Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 7, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04944
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I lose' Responsibility ? BRADFORD



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Vital Meeting Reddish Trial I Inman Green Commended for Marksmanship Pfc. Inman D. C of C Plans ; .etia

Of ParentsAt Results In 'r and Green Mrs, son Lorenzo of Mr. To Build Office; &

: Green of Starke,

c i USD TonightAn Hung JuryA I recently a letter from received the Directors Named if

Commanding Officer -

.x Important meeting of the mistrial was declared last I of the 21st Decision to build a small office, "

Parent-Teachers' Association will Friday afternoon In the case of Marines expressIng similar to the ones in Gainesvilleand

eras be o'clock held tonight; (Friday) at 7:30: Mrs Dollle Reddish who was triedat appreciation Ocala, as headquarters for
In the USO building. The the fall term of Circuit '
CourtIn. A I for Green's work the Chamber of Commerce was -" +
at meeting Is being held earlier Ulan .Union County on a first degree as a member of made at the regular meeting held
planned so that membersof murder charge. I nrt the excellent In the courthouse last Friday ,1'
the Chamber of fy
Commerce After 24 hours of deliberation! Drowning Automatic night.It
whose regular meeting Is also
may attend. All the Jury announced that It could Rifle Team Is believed that this build-

the Chamber are asked membersof to attend I not reach a verdict and Judge A which represented ing which will be only about 12x1C ;' ,w

the meeting In the USO from Z. AdkIns, declared a mistrial No the regimentIn will cost very little 'since an tfir', f+r
date has yet been set for a new x
will be
effort made to have all
7:30: to 8
:30. at which time they such an outstanding +
materials used In Its construction u r'
may leave for the regular Chamber trial.Mrs. manner
of Commerce meeting. Reddish Is charged with donated. J. M. awards was present -
the recent
the slaying of her husband, Rus- I during at the meeting and stated
The meeting will be held In the sell Reddish last August 1. She I I Division Weapons that he would furnish concrete ?"' ; ''
wing: of the USO Club
so that the testified that he was shot acci- matches. blocks free of charge. A list of '

regular Friday l night teen-age dentally while they were tussling "Your performance as a team member Indicated a high degree of needed materials Is being prepared *.

dance may be he4 Jn the main over a pistol.Starke professional skill and reflects your ability to accept a Job and carryit and It Is also believed that possibly
auditorium at the
same time. i through to successful! and victorious completion. some free labor will be offered -

The meeting was called by Mrs. Soldier Pfc Green has served In the Marine Corps for the past 3 1-2 years, to further cut the expense.A d' 3

Junius M. Smith PTA member- having tak n his boot training at Parrish Island, S. C. For 2 1-2 committee from the Chamber
ship chairman who states Selected ForMacArthur's t
"The that, years he was stationed as a rifle range Instructor at' Camp Le appeared befoer the Board of + '

,, activities responsibility of the for recreational GuardThe Jeunc, N. C. lie has been overseas for the past year and haa served County Commissioners! Mondayand + ,fit J
young peopleare
secured permission to con-
nA6 falling more and more on PTA fallowing paragraphs are on ,Guam. struct the office on the went side

members." All parents fathersas extracts from recent letters writ- of courthouse. ground Previ-

i well as mothers are urged to ten by Pfc Olin W White Jr., ously Loon Dlcandlo had offereda

be portant present matter to hear discussed.The this all-Im- now in Tokyo, to his parents in Suggests Navy Victory Loan Sales Bite on his property on East ;,

Starke. Pfc White has recently Call St., but the decision was ?
d'n home economics clans of been signally honored by being Hit Halfway Mark made In favor of the courthouse .

the high school will serve refresh- selected as a member of Gen Use Blaiming As Drive Ends grounds because of Its locationon

ments. .1 Douglas MacAtthur's personal Road 13, the most heavily

l, '. guard. He Is 19 years old and According to an article In the \\ltli the Victory Loan travelled highway through Starke. ' '

Large DelegationFrom I began his training In February Clay County Crescent, A. B. Chit l>rl\o scheduled to clone. off I- When, the office Is completed *+

:' Here Attends 194!) at Camp Bland ing. ty of the large food wholesale halt rvuchinl the ployed to stay there In order to
firm in Jacksonville advises that County only
Dear Mom and Dad.
+ 0,, USO ConferenceAn he has sent the following letterto half-way murk on Its. over- give Information to tourists furnish ,, sVn+
Well, here la your roving son U, S. Senator Charles O. An- nil quoin, of !11111KOClO)< () and only listings of vacant rooms and ,
unusually fine again. Guess where I am And apartments, answer
drews suggesting a possible solution 10 percent of IU 9130,000 E correspon-
from the Starke area was In attendance what I am doing? You would for a condition that has bond quota. dence, and do the other routine
never guess. I am in Tokyo. I r''
at the state volunteer of the Chamber.
caused great concern In Green The bank and the )HHlwf-
and 12 others from the 98th DIvision
USO conference held In Jackson Cove since the fleet berthing pro- flee, main Issuing agents In Election of -S) -mlt.l1 Board of
ville on Fliday. Nov. 30 at the were picked to come here. I ject got under way there: Stare, reported overall sales Directors was held by secret ballot 1.
I We are to be Gen. MacArthur'sper.sonal
Duval Street USO Club. A "Dear Senator Andrews, through yesterday of $82- and the following memberswere

prominent: part In the programwas for guard.'our We were selected ,I IIQ. "We" are concerned with honest, 875.00. The E bond total to chosen: Joe. E Wilson, A. j
taken Yerv capably by the ''date Is J. Thomas, Louis Shafkla. Gary
efficient government and are particularly ,.,
neatness The had to
Byou Rev. Grover-Alison, rector of St.Mak'4 IQ Sale will .u.t the''. Ennls and B. 14) Matthe*. dt
per been ,Mayor's Court? be high as 410; which la what concerned when 'red o ;ion
Church in this
I few)poople' have.. It .n.t.: a, pretty, sight. Episcopal you have to b" to go to OCS. tape' between rival. agencies acts quota through the.. remainder The Cffambe' .'will meet in the ,
: ,,: trree1small city. As :'chart-man of the panel Mine was 12T. to prevent It,, -'"-, -o* this. month.1, .* .*. ... :, V"w.,. oo thcRis ',tonight'. Ili'relay?*i at"" -. '.
pteaaaijfc forum 'he Introduced three out- .
it- all to.sit there and see ,fellowsBriaome "The overcrowded Jacksonvillearea 8:30.: AW Mttft>en -AT*, urged to'-
little tow-head possibly eight years-standing beKpen standing Jacksonville citizens who We are living In a huge building : T '' c
attend the PTA maetlnip the
la about to be faced with an ;;,
docket spread upon a large oak desk N bowing their discussed teers' Responsibility tie subject "USO to the Volun-Community" have called nice the rooms.Finance.There Bldg.Is and a extra,Influx of 50,000 or so peopleIn Miss Young Leaves USO, from. 1:30: until 4.30.V: .'' 1 1''

avoid the gaze of onlookers, peering through the openan the of Green
nolghborhod Cove
with special emphasis on large mess hall in the building For USO WorkIn
volunteer service In the com- also a PX where you can buy Springs where we are happy to Merchants Warned ,

Inspiring sight .. .- not a scene designed for those who'd munity in the future. candy gum, cookies and Florida note the Navy Is to store manyof Charleston, S. C. To Beware''' Of

> through life with their heads In the clouds and their eyes orange Juice. We have packed Its smaller units The housing
The main speaker of the morn- situation will ba most serious In Miss Margaret Ann Young will
Bay our old clothing and will Check Forgers"Scan
sunset trying hard to deny the existence of such things Ing session was Dr. Lindsley Kimball away
that vicinity. depart Sunday for North Charleston -
m Ignoring them. have entire new outfits. We will
of New York City, national
wear helmets with red, white and "We wish to advance the theory S. C. to take up her new that check before you
it's a sight you'll see most any Monday night If you drop president of usa, who treated blue flags painted on the sides. that the now-unused facilities of. duties as program director at the cash It, Mr Merchant."a ,{

Klty Hall about 7 o'clock. Mayor Charles Darby says thatem the topic" "USO Today and To-. We are In the only building in Camp BlandIng (20 miles from Park Circle USO where This warning was Issued todayby s'

Is getting worse, but that's riot news. We've been told morrow. Tokyo, besides the General's house, O.C.S.) should be pressed Into a ship Chief of Police A. L.. AlvarezIn t

thing by every ,authority from J. Edgar Hoover, up andor The afternoon session consisted that will have good heat in a service It would be a deplorable berthing project similar to that of cautioning merchants to be

the past three or four years Starke'a Mayor has had tom of round table discussion groups short time. And to top it an, we spectacle to see the Navy In Green Cove Springs Is now In alert for check forgers during the '

several such cases almost every Monday and now, he says, In which the volunteers were free are only three blocks from the serious need 'of $:housing when the progress. Because of the sudden business rush preceding Christmas.

Iclaas of boys-that Is, boys from a better, class of homes- to offer suggestions and also to old boy's home, the "Imperial Army has plenty of it only 20 influx of Navy men there she was Chief Alvarez emphasized that +
ask questions. Captain Robert Palace". miles* away. with the millions of Government .1 I i4
m g Involved In misdemeanors that range from stealing to Homiston notified quite unexpectedly to report -
Camp Blanding chap- checks Issued to
I Well, ,here It !is Thanksgiving "We put the Idea forth as a monthly depend
Undoubtedly, the boys from homes that might be expectedrouble lain, was the speaker! for the clos- as soon as possible. ents of servicemen, "the temptation -
Day. We are to have 1 1-2 challenge to the
proper persons
are Influencing those from homes where trouble Is ing session speaking! 'on the sub- Starke will! miss Miss Young for forgers Is gnat, and the
iected.m pounds of turkey each today and to 'get together' and prove that
"USO Serves Military Needs for them I'"Be
tremendously. She has been promInent opportunities are many.
all the trimmings. I saw the the two services CAN co-operate
e Monday night we visited Mayor's court-not for a news Today." turkeys yesterday and they sure in peace as well as !In war. In organization of Junior sure you Know Your En- y

from Idle curiosity but from a genuine desire to get anis Among the local persons who had,, a pile of them., We have a "Yours very truly, Volunteers and In charge of their dorser," the chief said. "Ask! for
attended this most informative training for the past 12 months. adequate identification. An honest -
the problem we face-three boys sat before a desk that huge dining room where several "A. B. CHITTY.
meeting were Mrs. Junius Smith, Miss Young not only served USO person with his own check 1<
Pd thousand eat. Here is
with and people
an fountain
array of toy pistols, pens, other '
Mrs. T. H. Oisborne, Mrs. Barbara but also reached out to many will gladly let you know who he
tittered what we had to eat for Thanksgiving
from a ten cent store. One of the three described Girl Injured other la.
Breazeale, Mrs. Shellle Hall Mrs. dinner community activities such
: Turkey, dressing,
filler' as an above average pupil In school, was charged Mollie Lecln, Mrs. R. J. Davis), mashed potatoes and When Train as aiding In the organization and in a letter from Lewis T. Huff, .
Ping gravy .h'
his sixth bicycle. Present were the mother and father Mrs. Marjorie Carter Mrs. James creamed English peas, cranberry rehearsals of St. Mark's Episco In charge of the Jacksonville of- t1 ,

| y the step-father of another, and a friend of the family Miss Lucile Mitchell.Mlas Madge sauce, pickles, fresh celery, fruit Hits AutomobileMargaret pal Church choir and playing for lice U. S. Secret Service, Chief

P who had no'father and whose mother was 111. Mlddleton, Mrs. Mattle Gahagan, cake, mince pie, ice cream, hot services at Chapel 19 of Camp Alvarez said he was Informedthat

|three were allowed to go home after a heart-to-heart tall( Mrs. Elizabeth Hornlck, Miss Cella rolls and butter coffee, apples daughter of McKinney Mr. and Mrs.17-year-old Melvin Blandlng. She ,has been an active only 38 checks) In every million '
rd of filed Israel, Miss Margaret Ann Young, and mixed nuts. Gosh! was member of the local Junior Wom- are forged. "But" the chief t'
warning from the Mayor who. after the culprits pears McKinney, was Injured In an accident I
"1 Louis ShafkIn, Rev. Mr. Alison, ans Club, giving generously of her commented, "If every merchant
of I full when I got through with all
no one In particular, "What can you do In a case like about 12:15: p. m Tues-
and Chaplain H o m I s ton. Mrs. that? I bet those Japa who served when southbou'itt time to many community entertainments exerts the care he should In cashing -
served as chairman of day a troop and checks for this
Gahagan fig-
us had never seen so much and so McKinney programs.
train struck the of the -
t can you do in .a case like that? What, Indeed? If anyone registration for the conference and many different things to eat. automobile rear at the 8th I Miss Young has been very popular ure could be brought even lower," h'
lIIlIwer to that question he could solve a problem that Is son was assisted by Mrs. Lecln and Huff, in an. official Secret Ser
This In which live with the khaki
building we Street crossing.: With her at the ana blue and
!lilt Breazeale. vice bulletin, told the Chief that ;
one, apparently knows the complete solution. Is six stories high and has eleva- time were her mother and a her leaving will com as a surprise -
l can you do In a case like that? tors. The entire building is younger slater, Marie, who were to those service people whose 41 percent of apprehended forge

Popular trend today IP to'place the burden of blame largely F. J. Shaw Is First made of marble plaster and gran- not Injured. lives she so warmly touched, ries In 1944-43 under 21.were committed by ,- .

*fin! and in many Instances they are clearly at fault. But To AnnounceFor ite. We have a big shower and Mrs. McKinney, who was driving persons I "r a."Don't
be too to
"make a "delinquent"parent realise a I responsibility that he CommissionerFirst tiled bath rooms but no workto the car, did not see the train Strode Sisters Identification of busy your get endorser proper,"

shoulder is a problem that has no far defied'the combined get dirty. until upon the track as her view Join Staff the chief said In conclusion. "Re-
or I am doing fine and I hope was obstructed by shrubbery.When .
pulpit, press, and public' opinion. county candidate to toes member, It is you who, stand to
you all are too. Love to all. she noticed the train she Of Children's Home
1'. there is one very' tangible thing that might be done his hat into the ring for the ap- Olin Jr. tried to make It on across the! lone from a forged check."

.. proaching 1948 primary electionis Address: Pfc Olin W. White, track but the engine struck the Friends of Misses Pauline and '

nr outside the Mayor's Court that Monday night was the Frailer J. Shaw that who he will announced be a- Jr.-44009269. Co. E, Hq. & Sv., rear end .of the car. Josephine Strode, who were at Recent 'MarriagesFJEW8I'IIILLlPS ..

|r of One of the youthful culprits. She was greatly concerned, last week for County Commis- Op. Adv. Ech. G.H.Q. A.F.P.A.C., Margaret was thrown from the one time part-time residents and I +r

Y In question students. But candidate APO 500, oo PM San Francisco, automobile and was carried to St..Vlncent' property owners of Starke, will '
was one of her most promising 2. I
I sioner In District Irvin L. Fields and Minnie! Ruth
had Calif be Interested to know that they
la Jacksonville
begun to stay out of school and It was during these I Mr. Shaw is a life-long residentof Hospital have Phillip, both of Stark e, were f''

[truancy that he had stolen the six bicycles. If he had been Bradford County, having been where x-ray disclosed, that she the recently Children's accepted Home positionswith Society .married by Rev. W. J. Churchwell I pat
Colored Soldier had several broken ribs. and a
room where he belonged, quite likely he would have kept born at Brooker. For the past painful back Injury necessitating In Jacksonville. Both sisters are his home Monday, Dec. 3. r

able" three years he has been employedwith at Camp Sptayed Dead JapsOne her being In department
"tier of If the fire of Social workers and have
a truant officer "attendance officer" yourco.ted Louis
--or Crlffls and Mildred A.
before that was an
terms Is has been widely dls- Blandlng and of Bradford County's colored distinguished. records In this field. Gi.If fls both '
a proposal that State Prison Farm H. B. Blocker of Lawtey, were
of the
Pfc .
employe service men, Harry Miss Pauline Strode will! be State
recent weeks far learn it has married Saturday, November 24
miM'n and can
as as we
I 'I for 15 years. Young, has returned to his farm Field
; TractLt. Representative for theChlldren'l
approvaL for the Reforesting by County Judge E. K. Ferryman.BROUWKKSUAVIS ,
bul.c, I' No one expects It to be a panacea home after serving nearly four Society, while Miss,

in\ down anyone who' has seen a group of elementary school. boYS'j' Sale of New Tags years with the 719th Medical Bar Nelson B. Blocker, former Josephine Strode will serve as director i !' r
town lunch'' counter stools and spiking ItaUon Co. He received his discharge state forester and now on term- of Social Services. John 1'. Hrouwers of Camp

-whiskey 01 bottle during school hours can deny the Reported BriskTax on Nov. 20. inal leave from the Army, was a Blanding and Josephine Davis of >'

school"upcrvislon. As to what form It should take, we leave Collector C. A. Knight, Harry says the proudest moment recent guest of his friends, Mr Buys Angelo's Grill Starke were married recently.

officials whose problem It rightfully is. said today that the sale of 1946 of his life was when he land- and Mrs. 1..., H. Hill of Lawtey.Lt. .

low to overcome ,public Indifference Is another puzzling license tags In Bradford County ed in.g Seattle last month and set Blocker owns a 11W>O-acre Sam Kenls of Sanford has Xmas Seal Returns i, ';

". Problem. Out of 100 citizens who agree that Bradford wa going "briskly." Sale start foot on American soil again. He tract of wood land between Law- bought Angelo's Grill from Bill

'Fetid enforce the school one would ed Saturday Dec 1 and a few requests went through the Okinawa campaign tey and Highland, purchased from Carantzas and will continue to Returns from the first two '% .
attendance laws, possibly
:e troubie for special numbers were and was In Korea when the. Mrs. Carrie Ritch, and Is carrying operate under the same name. weeks on the Christmas seals

4t of asking officials to do so. received the first day. EveryoneIs war ended. He was a sprayer out a project there. Mr. Carantzas has gone to Jacksonville i mailed out by the Bradford "

the parent who thinks this problem does not concern expected to have his tag by and part of his Job was to go Serving with the 334th En err.Regt. to enter the business County Tuberculosis Health Asso- 1

;sop to C0nsl
ung-iter sitting on the lunch counter stool and gulping a January time will be granted.The spray the bodies of dead Jape. with the Persian Gulf Commandon and two daughters who will Join of the seals were sent out and

loft drink might; om. day ask his daughter for permission 1946 tags are lemon yellow "Pretty nasty work but necessary the supply line to Russia, and him here soon. He also has a all persons are urged to send In I

her books home from school, or Invite his son to have a numbers on a navy blue back- In order to keep down epidemics later helped bridge the Rhine and son In the Philippine Islands anda their money as the expiration data A +
th ," Harry say* Danube Rivers In Germany I daughter !In California is in January.

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,l '''' It' 1 j . . . . . . . . . . . ducting a revival meeting at San- dinner guests 01 Mr
..1, highways of America. The only) week. and
I derson this ''W. Page and 1trt

) "\ ., .: \' I' Right and Wrong difference days and between the horae-and-buggy the automobile Hampton WoodlawnBy Rev. Cecil Williams L..W. Page "y were guest Rev! If ltro.'lid

:; ,; I and Davis !
days Is this: The-folka who want ... Elma Crew. C. R. Crews Perry were Stuckey. lied
n 111. M. (A Sweeney
1., ,: t I to hell can faster In aautomobile. t visiting In the homes of Mr.Miles Remember
.h to go go . . . . . . ohureh
I I'". .. '. .q.)}'.t:4( By Bob Junes But whether In a''' . . . . . and Theodore Box Sunday after- day morning 8Il'VJcew!
.' }r, the buggy or a car sin always leada Rev. O. E. Cutshaw of Tennessee Rev. E. M. Tetter of Jacksonville And eVening
. When Solomon had finished the ing brought Into the temple The noon.Mr. tend. &lid a
.11 to ruin and to hell. filled the Sunday and Mra. L. P. Rafuse have
;'. .C: ;' 'r ,; magnificent temple h e provedhimself I I things of his father David &II well I to sorrow this country ia former pastor of the Baptist -
Yt''I, Y to be a wise man by hay aa the ark of the covenant which What we need In fundamentals Church here, spent several morning and Rev. Cecil Williams, moved from this community to JOIN TILE C
e1y of God in to get back to simple with friends in even- Lawtey.Rev. ) 11.MDt
signified the presence I days last week I also of Jacksonville, Sunday COMMERCE
:. .. Bible, back to the ao,1 L10e
back to
{;' I|, the midst of his forefather. It la I old ,standards, back to where/ we this community and attended the I Ing. Rev. O. J. Raulerson la con- Williams and family were Starke..J hdp /
i eternal prlncl- services on Thursday. _
significant that the : and know what we are prayer
::1'.' I I pies never change. A principle saying can say when we any it, "Tula lit Archie G. Eiland of the Merchant
that was right and good two that Is wrong." Marine is now at home with
.,. thousand years ago la still right' right e his wife Mrs. Dorothy EUanrt.
and good. The principle of right Mrs. Wlaon May was a recent e
i and wrong never changes The trouble with so many young Melrose
. Whether men live In palaces or: people today Is they do not know vsltor to 'of Thereasa
f cottagea, whether they ride in what is right and what Is wrong. Mrs. Floy Sullivan school duties
automobile or walk down dusty; Many young people have been has returned to her due to
the what they want or after an enforced absence
bound that
they are taught
highways!: husband, Cleveland
of her
'i same moral laws. When we Alst- the thing they are Inclined to do the illness school bus
;.1I'.1 cuss: the "old-time religion" some Is right and that they have a Sullivan, county < ,, .
people sneeringly Inquire, "Do you right to have anything they want driver. --.......
wish to go back to the horse and or do anything they are. inclinedto Mr. and Mrs. H. IX May and What Lovlier Gift
buggy days 1 1" A horse and buggy do. That Is the philosophy!' of Mrs Claude May and children, I .
I,, have nothing to do( with what ia the fall. It is satanic philosophl Richard and Sylvia spent Sundayat TITAN A nEAPTIFl'L
decent and right. In the old days Even in the Garden of Eden Green Cove Springs.
1 when boys took their sweethearts: wanted fruit because it looked The Rev. Fred Dodd and sons
i to ride in buggies some of them good and tasted good ,and would, Johnny and Danny of Mldlakea Maple
were good and some were bad. so she thought make her wlae. attended church services here last
ALL COLORS i So: it Is today. Decent boys and She had what she wanted or at Sunday. I

t I Hundred h* of Patterns girls ride in automobiles, but some I least what she thought she wanted Mr. and Mrs. Rawl were at- i Bedroom
} who are indecent sometimes park I but she got more than she tending to business in Jacksonville f
: 'I'' [ 4? 1.00 to 2.00 I their car In dark places on the wanted. She got kicked out of Monday. j
of God's
her paradise by the foot I SuitReasonably

I i M _ ___ I infinite justice. She brought pain . . . . . .1 t
: to her body and sorrow to her
.y : soul.! Adam followed Eve and man Pine Level *" : p, Priced At

,, A, Sport Shirts has always had to earn his bread
sweat of his brow and II. M. MrRao T"T"
the Mm.
\, by By $$149.50
'. ,r 3hr1 carry pains in his heart. God lets . . . . . . .

i people sometimes have what they; .
to have our pas 1''' r
think they want. But If what We were glad
they want Is wrong then they always tor. Rev. W. E. Hall back in the A CHAIR FOR
get more than they want. pulpit Sunday after a few days'illness. MAY 'WE SUGGEST . DAD

The girl who plucks a rose of Constructed
I pleasure from a forbidden bush Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lewis and With '
will always get the prick of the son Carlos and Mrs. Cecil Lewis O Magazine Racks - - 5.95 Springs "ia\\,
thorn. And the pain from the and daughter, all of Plant Crty, ,i4
I I prick of the thorn and the scar were visiting here last weekend
that it leaves are an awful priceto Mrs. Robert Groover and son O Maple Smoking Stands - 8.75 j $12.50 to

I pay for the momentary pleasure William of Miami were visitingMr.

WALDORF that comes from plucking the and Mrs. B. M. McRae Friday.Mr. . Wall Pictures 5.25 to6.50 36.50

FRUIT CAKE rose and Mrs. Robert Taylor

. . were dinner guests of Mr. and -- '"
. . .
2 Ibs. $1.60 Mrs. Owen McRae of Starke last O Children's Chairs 1.95 to 9.50'RADIO

't i' ---- .. New RiverBy Sunday.We END and
are sorry to report the illness -
No. 1
1 The Practical Gift The School of Mrs. Susie Myrick who is O Children's WheB2.50 Coffee

ti r All Sizes Colors POTATOES, . . ,.. . . . . in Glendale Hospital in Palatka.Mr. .

and Mrs. II. M. McRae,Mrs. 14.75 Tables
10 Ibs.
1.65 up Church services were held Sun Strollers .- - - - -
It ,.,, } Robert Myrlck and Miss Shirley
- -- and evening at the
day morning
McRae attended the revival meet-
Sweet Potatoes ; New River Baptist Church with ing in Sanderson recentlY Rev. Table and Floor Lamps - 4.95 to
a the Rev. Truby Parrish of Santa
i SWEATERSALL 4 Ibs. 25c : Fe In the pulpit. O. J. Raulerson services.of Lawtey Is 4.75 to 21.50 2.1.50
sd' lr I Mrs. Emily Moody celebratedher conducting the I
-- -- -- Jack-
Miss Ellthama Carlton of

rp mI LETTU.CE ICE BERG, I I birthday Saturday 62nd supper supper.night birthday were with Those Mr.anniversary a,and attendingthe surprise Mrs. sonville rick were and and visiting Mrs her II.mother Mrs.M. .McRae Robert.of Brooker Sun-My-- C. H. DriiiiiiiiiiieT: ;! : Co,--

Head lie Jonnie Yarborough and. Children day afternoon.- -" -ft. ,f\
of) Ralford- Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Remember church. aerVtces Sun- PHONE 43 WEST CALL .SST. STAKE,FLA.g .''

MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE 'Moody and children of Lake Butler day morning and 'evening. I

and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody

and children.Mr. .
Glass Jar I Mrs. Marvin Hazen of
Lb. 29c and
I Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. SHOP 0 We proudly present

C.. E. Andrews Friday afternoon. 'l i'

111 GRAPE FRuiTJUICE Mrs. Ethel Johnson "returned K EARLY ,home Thursday night after spending
the week in Lake Butler with
No. 2 Can lie Mr .and Mrs. Delbert Green. SHOP ATCARPENTER'S '9h '1 I fjl 1 1 ild, A. I ..1I/11dl,lT''
It /
_. Lamar Butler of Jacksonville / ever assembled to make your
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spent the weekend with Mrs. C. C. \ '
Butler and daughter Blanche.Mr. I ; holiday shopping easy
6 .;;r
and Mrs. G. W. Andrews
\ S ant. 'We cordially' invite you
spent the weekend In Jacksonville
"i :,i WOOL 2 No. 2 Cans 25c with Mr. and Mrs.'Joe' More
> 5.95 -- land and family.Mr .
CHUCK STEAKlb. and Mrs. N. A. Connor andT. p your leisure.BEAUTIFUL .
M. Crawford of Midway were y
1I 1 r'y e - - S2c visiting Mr and Mrs. A. P. Johns \) ALL GIFTS

Other Gift Items and family Sunday.Mr She
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't'4 ) .. and Mrs. Guy Parrish and WRAPPEDREADY
i BILLFOLDS SOCKS children spent Sunday with Mr. p ,4 loves life
ALL and Mrs. Sam Whitehead 4u' .
t LEATHER BELTS \) 'til III and
Chief Conservation Officer Lester -
BED MEN'S ROOM: ROBES111I.N' SLIPPERS Lb. 3.>c Mikell of Morrlston was visitIng << ily//ll// laughter

M. L. Johns Tuesday.Mr. TO MAIL

y l ir4 >,4' '' ;' ;, h' b SS FITTED CASES PORK sl oUL ERROAST and :Mrs. S. L. Crews and .
y ; family were visiting in Lawtey
- Sunday afternoon. I

y J. M. Lb. 29c Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews and

family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ''I LINE OF CHRISTMAS CARDSSUEDETONE
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Angus Beland Worthington _
ALVAREZ I BEST LOAF. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. "
E. A. Sapp attended the STATIONERY Blue Pink White! '
CHEESE birthday dinner of John Crews In ,
t ,Z ir 'IAIIEBDASIIEIt.: I Lb. 35c Lake Butler Sunday. MEN S 1 ?

r }.;ST. 1891 3 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns and Johnson FigurinesClever then give '
, ...
r. daughter Sandra were visiting Mr. \fy Fitted Cases

and Mrs. S. L. Crews Thursday.Rev. .
a L Parrish and children g Little Shaving Sets '
f Truby .i
You rroneaii
1 are cordially invited to a Better
Hearing of Santa Fe were dinner guests of < Figures That perfume

'. to ?' Clinic at IIS Lafayette St., Starke, on 'Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green of Brook- \g Will Enliven BillfoldsColognes I preclou for Intoxicating

r, 4 December 12, 1.5 P. M.Th er Mr.Sunday.and Mrs. Fonzo Williams t moments . '*"
hlr Mantel
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. L. << Any Pen Pencil Sets L f citing . heady .

Crews and family VVedneaday. or Whatnot .
Amazing N w IIA
a Fonzo has just received a discharge K Pipes & Tobaccos provocativea .

: ACOUSTICONSUPERPOWER" from the Army after beingIn $10 $18 $50 promise/
service three years. He has .
g Princeton and -
UNIPAC been etatloned In San Marco; Texas -
rl rtik Nashville, Tenn.., and Montgomery Chadwick XMAS CANDLES
; Ala. Fonzo is the son g CHINA Also DISCOVERY Perfume
r 4 t v wIIM ... ........... V "TOM THUMB" 6 ......, dray of Bill Williams of Lake Butler. IN TIlE SHAPE OF TREES
Floyd Wiggins and Ethan Sapp CITURCIIES AND SANTA CLAUS and Cologne
IIiJ >
made a business trip to Gainesville VASES
r't qfu Transmitter m4 Charlie McKInney of Starke and ,
A't ::. Tiri.YAll. Wlgh. ONLY OUNCISI I Irinf Bill Williams of Lake Butler were \) M DISHES Djer Kiss' Cologne PARIS
w A y '. ;kk 11 54 .._W_ tatting Mr. and Mrs. S. I... Crews P i ASH TRAYS YANKEE CLOVER EVENING in

.M Dghtl.You don't!know jrou'r-- s h..rlnlln.trumentl! and children Thursday afternoon. \} PINK CLOVERITS
t Friends and relatives of Dempsey CIGARETTE BOXES A DATE COURAGEJ
? S* pvwvrfwll Th tiny "Tom Thumb" batt.-th.t tardy cover* tb.I1 c -
1 nd ol Four thumb(.n.rt.r bearing power tb.t will ....... youlFroDably Sapp will be interested to SALT & PEPPERS Wine, Women and Song
n ,' t know that he Is back in the Statesat
k f ,4 s the ONLY dncle-peck hearing Instrument. In NOME -
t' k SONS RECEIVERS aa well at magnetic air receiver existence! .that. New Orleans, and will be homeIn ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF CARA _
ti t raceivera.o wonderfully accurate,they are actually" {.srm Lane.*"! a few days.
Horn ef Hie F..r ... ACOUSnCON WOINT NEARING SYSTEM e Mr. and Mm. Adam Andrews of KIDMETICS

;''/ '' gytr'1' i W,,,. for Y /IeabI. free leek I Midway were viating! Mr. and S
/% r r r r r r r. r r r r r r r e r r. Mrs. Willie Andrews Thursday np FOR THE .CARPENTER'SPhone
"- R. A. Osteen la home on a furlough .
f a I Mgr. after serving overseas 3
v; SOI Kvrhange Bank, St. Augustine, Flo. l= Y
years In the Army. He plans to ,
r N..ndJ.l : Your Valuable FREE BOOKLET .
.t.i i reenllst and return to England STORY BOOKS YOUR REXALL DRUG STORE

.. Naine..__ __ _______ .._______________ __________ where his wife is. m'f1
i Mrs. Pearl Crews of Fort Myers Fl..
J Addl'eNot ._____________________________..____________ ia I spending a few days with Mr. I W POWDER 64 On-The-Minit Service Starke

____________ and Mrs. R. J. Turner.. MITTS .
-! i __ State ___________ Russell Green made a business

_ : IVY trip to Lake Wale Monday. -1\

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. . e ville relatives --
. . Friday and Satur\sons Clinton and Jack Wayne, of Evelyn Alvarez in Rising Saturday week In and around Sanford. three years of army service with; FutcJi. Capt. Lanier has been f4 J
day.Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof night Levis Starling has been discharged part of that time overseas. He discharged from the Marine
Farm and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman from the army and is Is now visiting his aunt, Mrs i Corps! ;,, ]
BO* spent the past week-end with Mr. With' their little boys Mrs. Bradley were visiting friends In Rising with his mother, Mrs. Kate Star- Homer[ Manning.Mr. Colonel Yarbrough of Jackson-
and Mrs. Cecil I
0' sirs. McRae and family remained until Tuesday with and Gum Branch Sunday even- ling. and Mrs Vernon Sllcox of I viDe bas bought the John Andrews
in Mcintosh. h
MEETING her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. '
DGE "U'U ing. Services were held at the Baptist place Just south of town
' her meeting lastthWednesBridge Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hundley. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney I Church Sunday morning and a. W. Roberta Friday;! I and moved onto H.U .
Club W. H. Williams were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts had as guests last week Mrs. Mc- evening with Rev. M. T. Knightof J. H. Harrell IS! In the State I W. Page, L P. Rafuse, Perry '"
It a.tternoon Mrs. Tom Corners Mra. William Perry and daugh- and on, Lynwood Jr., returned Klnney's parents of Sarasota. Maxvllle in charge. Services Farm Hospital very ill. I Davis and H. C. Crews attended M '
of here ters, Martha Helen and Sarah Sunday from a will be held at the Christian
the attractiveness hunting trip with Miss Vera Mac Moseley of church In Sanderson Tuesday
to I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McKinneyand
ed usIng I'Ovel y potted Jane, and Mr. and Mrs. Ander- Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Patrick at of Wauchula I Church this Sunday morning and Starke spent the weekend1th I night.S'l
bY In the rooms son Williams and son, Roddy, of Neal's Landing. Franky are evening with Rev. VV. C. Burton
advantage I R. W.
Mr: and Mrs.
to visiting Mr. McKlnney'a parents, parents
III placed. On Jacksonville.E. I Mrs. A. J. In .
tables were Rogers and little charge.H.
Moseley. Sr. I ,
the Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney.
re Mrs J. C. Wallace D. Mobley spent last Lavonla Rogers and Mrs. nick .
C. has
Surrency received his
oocadon week-I I Mrs. Emma Driggers, Mr. Webb Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede of '
Turrcond end with his
M. -
C. in Jones visited
family IdIL
prize, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. discharge from the Marine Corps tl
blgh M. E. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. George Marcatos and Jacksonville were visiting here ,_ ..
high and Mrs. Bob Barkley left:, Johns in Belle Glade from Thurs- and with Mrs. Surrency of Starke :
children of Jacksonville were re-
"' award was Thursday for New York State day until Sunday. -
Each Monday. Is
spending' some time with his
ef "bLngo Savings Stamps.erOI with plana to make short staysat I I William Yarborough has been cent visitors and of Mr. and 1\11'8'1 I parents Mr. and Mrs. John Sur Mrs. Beulah Reub of Phoenix DOUBLE E 1 ,
Mrs. conners several points. Upon comple discharged from the Armed Berry Dyal family rency. City, Ala. Is upending some time
af fruit the games cake with coffee. tion of living arrangements in I I Forces and Is with his parents Beach S 2-c spent Beryl Tuesday Casey and of Wednesday Daytona- Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Varnea of with her mother, Mrs F. L. Bourn il? jI 4Y
Poughkeepsle where, since his recent Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Yarborough. Stai ke were Sunday afternoon Futch. -
with his Mr. and
CLUB MEETING discharge from the j During the parents Buck Jones of Sampson City
yMCNITY Army j: past week Edgar Mrs. T. L. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Berry
community Club met last Mr. Barkley will resume his position -I,I Tyson of Jacksonville was with Casey. Dyal. visited the Dan Rowan Grocery "r r. bk
e Bkr. 3-c Carlton Davis Is spending -
afternoon In the Club they will return for their I, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. ,H. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and recently.Cpl. .
r !&which y the Flower Commit- baby daughter, Margot who remained :I Tyson, for several days. a14_ day, leave with his wife Mr. daughters of the State Farm spent and Mra Jim Haynes of CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
111 and children and his
\\lad brightened with tasteful with her grandparents, 1 Miss Mildred Hundley of Camp parents end the week-end with their son-in-law Lawtey were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. N. J. Davis. At the
eats of chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Blanding was the overnight guest I and daughter, Mr. ,and Mrs. J. B. Joe Peels' of Orlando Sunday.
I of that time he will to;
G. Godwin President pre- Major and Mrs. Charles S. Todd of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. report Strickland and son Johnnie. Mrs. Culltn Me Swain and Mrs.J. .
J. the meeting. Mrs. M. and daughter, Ann, of Columbus I Hundley, Monday.Mr. Jacksonville for discharge R. Keum were shopping in PHARMACISTPhone r a
over .
eel Truman of Brooker, Tom-
P. D. Fancher Ohio, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. O 1
dhostessesdand served sand- th F. Chapman and Mrs. Field- I family spent last week-end with I my Wasdln of Waldo and Math/ MeCullen. made a business!
Wasdin this week in LAitEf'By %
are spending
and coffee. ing Chapman Wednesday and relatives In Graham. I trip to Jacksonville Monday. 64
M the Ocala hu n tin i g reservation.
Thursday of last week. O. J. rhllllps was In Jackson- FLA.
yr:\!. and Mrs. Joseph GTbala reed Of Interest to friends Is the fact I I . . . . . . | Miss Mary Ellen Wasdln and Mr. Mrs Mamie Crews ville on business Tuesday. Qn-TIIE-MINIT,
l to their home In Washingo that Mrs. J. B. Treadwell of Stat- and Mrs. Arnold Wasdln of Jacksonville -I . . . . . . Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Lanier' of ,
C after having spent a- ham, Ga., had sufficiently Im- I Graham spent a week there ie- Donald Wilkeraon of Jacksonville Miami and son. Capt. Eugene
Gibala'sLent cently. SERVICE
week with Mrs. Lanier, were visiting their moth"rami
t to be
lit proved brought by ambulance
M.R.. I Chief Petty Officer Foster Rey- spent the week-end with his ..
Mr. and Ity Mr Edward Norman grandmother, Mrs. L. --
to the home of Mr. and Mrs I,
Mr. and Mrs. H. I WIl-
L*. Mrs. Robert Dukes of J. M. Bradley Friday. She was . . . . . . nolds is spending a 30-day leave parents kerson. -
her brother- with his grandparents, Mr. and
IteonvHle joined here for their accompanied by Mrs. Bradley and : Mrs. Nate Dyal was shopping In Mrs. F. T. Abernathy. He recently J. E. Warren of Jacksonville '
law: and sister by her other daughter, Mrs. B. C. Jacksonville Monday. returned from Hawaii. He spent the week-end with his family WEST END GROCERY & MARKET
, Adams of Atlanta, .
t. Ga. Mrs. I of here.
W. Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. reports to Miami for reassignment ,
fits. J I Robinson. Mrs. Adams returned home I
Sunday. Edward Norman were Mr. and at the end of his leave Mrs. Louise Appl bee and
Parker and Mrs. J. A. Bou- Mrs. J. M. Brownlee of starkewas Jacksonville MADISON ST. STARKE FLA.
I Mrs. Clyde Roberson and family Cpl. Willie E. Strickland re- children of spent
r went to PalatkA last Wed- the supper guest of Mr. and of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. ceived his discharge at Camp Thursday night and Friday with Orders
ay. From there Mrs. Parkernt : Gordon Jones! and daughter Caro- Blanding this week after three her mother Mrs J. E. Warren.C. We Deliver Large or Small Art &

on to Daytona to visit rel- day.Mrs. l lyn of Rising and Mr. and Mrs. years in England with the Post- W. Thomas is on the sick ---- --.- .- ------.
\'e for an indefinite length ofBars. Calvin Williams! and little I Rufus Green and Miss Nellie office Department.Mr. list at this writing.
e, Sandra have Joined Mr. William Green and Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Mrs. J. D. Smith of Rev. Cecil Williams 'of Jackson Fresh Country Sausage, lb. . . 42c
II. M. Rlcharde Jane and in Palatka where they are now I Roberson of Brooker. Waynesboro. Va., who are spend- ville was a dinner guest Sundayof
|nry Rlcharde and Mrs. A. M.III'de making their home. Miss Jeanette Norman and Herbert .- ing the winter with Mr and Mri Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page. Plenty of lUg Nice
i were guests of Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley and I Norman were visiting Mi s Berry Dyal), are spending this I Louis Brosky is back home after HENS, Dressed & Drawn, lb. -' 52c

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RED FRYERS, Dressed & Drawn, lb. 62c '

Armour's Calf Liver . . . 64c

Gifts For Him Gifts For .
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. SI Beef Roast, lb. ;

Rib and Brisket Stew, lb. . 20c '

Her . Gifts For Everybody! I J Pork Ham, Half or Whole, lb. - 35c

Herman Franks, lb. . . . 35c

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ra' V'L 1' I Mrs. Junius Smith PTA Meeting WSCS Meeting Mae Priest Weds also at home- Olt tel'111lnaJ

L < _SOCIETY and CLUBS Hostess, At Tea Held Last WeekThe Held Monday T-Sgt.' C. E. MattixMae with after servinga55 8.11 Allied W&1t'aat

For Canteen Workers Circles One and Twe of the Mersereau Priest, daughterof meat tear Ajlarr!) (
PTA meetingwas
d.t; Dolores. Creekmore USO EntertainsFor held November Wednesday afternoon of Woman's Society of Christian Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mersereauof atr 1-1),. "'II 'he Europ;.
4 Mrs. Junius M. Smith entertained Service met Monday afternoon! Starke, became the bride ot "PeCI to
last week at the school house. When hI' enter
; Weds W. H. Phillips Army WivesAt the Captains of the Canteen Guest Mrs Elizabeth in the Church School rooms and Tech. Sgt. Clayton E. Mattix son 'I '"''Vel IUs
was ilJath
home speaker with a of Mr. and Mm.* Frank MJattlx of Two ,lither,
tea at her
with "
In Liveoak Church Christmas TeaA Corps a Hornlck. Director of USO who held successful' meetings '1> 1)1111'
Vandalia 111. In beautiful Baker &I
Tuesday afternoon. The purposeof good attendance. a double :? se .,
c spoke on the subject "Community I '"II
;i ; Jh Miss Dolores Creekmore, daughter Christmas tea was given at this meeting was to discuss Organization I looks ahead with Mr*. W. B. Sewell chairman of ring ceremony performed by chant 111", L't.: In th

: of Mr. and Mrs.! Joab Creek. the USO Tuesday afternoon from difficulties which continually arisein USO." She gave a brief outline Circle One presided over the Chaplain Hobart Tyson In Post attendnJ! < ( WHl1aln 2.

,j'. more formerly of Starke and now 2:30: to 4:00: p. m. for all army the operation of the Canteen of the origin and purpose of usa: business session and plans were Chapel 13 at 2:30 o'clock Sunday bland "tth.' S<:loolo!

.. d residents of Jacksonville became wives In Starke. The social hall] and to pave the way for more stated what has been done in the made for several holiday activi afternoon Nov. 25. Appropriate whllt AnUlon7 2

:t' j :' the bride of Willie H. Phillips and tea table were attractively efficient work in the future. Plans and what will be !done In ties. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins acted as nuptial mualo wall played duringthe now on ?"?> duty.Kindergarten.

4v son of Mrs. Cleo Phillips of Augusta decorated with red and green were made for staffing the can past secretary and Mrs. Titus Olsonas ceremony.The .

,I' j., Ga., on Sunday Oct. 28 leaves and tall red candles. teen during December and volunteers the future by that organizationand treasurer. The. offering for bride was attended by her

;' at 4 p. m. in the First Baptist As guests arrived they were are needed to work 4-hour gave some school and community Chinese Relief amounted to $7. sisters. Mrs. Harold Glasgow and Not;

t t Church of Live Oak. given miniature snow men for: shifts on Chris I Unas day and uses of the USO facilities .. Circle Two under the directionof Mrs. Henry Silcox. Sgt. James Mrs. Martha !hnltll!

';- y' The bride had as her matron name tags. The high point o f night. which could. .be utilized. Mrs. A., F. Sauls chairman Cola served, as best man. this week that : &1In

;I 4t of honor Mrs., 'James Hubner of the program was a Christmas The canteen wjlj Continue to Mm'I. ;' *..H.:%Jennings, president. held' a short business seas Ion. The Mra. Mattix chose for't.her wed enroll a I'l11Id In anyone 'ills.

\I,' Starke. reading glveny Mrs. Lois Hart operate .s long; as- It la needed and esldad'-vovef:.the meeting 'and treasurer.. Mrs. A. W Anderson' ding a two piece soft wool suit the second klndeT r:

was graduated member r volunteer ,workers, a 3( ,contact reported that a collection 01'U.60 of China' blue with a tiny blue Rernl'Ster 1911
;; : Mrs. Phillips nett, a 'of the BItS fac- Mrs. Junius, 'S 11tb. Chairman of Relief do,110 before ..: ,
wu'.made the
from the Bradford High School Mrs., : Smith'or Mrs. Edward Burns. I for Chinese' ; flower hat and black: accessories.
w : in dramatics days.
? ulty. She a graduate Membership, stated that a PTA Tfleholida
Office.\ and for the local fund $9.
at the Red Cross '
Ii f q1 In the class of 1944 and attended from the University of rally will be held in the USO Her corsage was of pink rose Dec. 21 to Jan WIlli;
FSWO in Talahassee and the Invited canteen workers on this After business had been transacted buda. 10. An

I //L Jonea Business college in Jacks on- Idaho and did graduate work at occasion were Mrs. Bertha Pearce. building Friday Dec. 7, at 8 the circles met together In After a short wedding trip the desiring may Contact any further 11I10

I the Pasadena Playhouse. Infor- m. All parents and interested the recreation hall where Mrs.' Mrs Smltll
vllle. p.
Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. T. H. young ouple wljl' be at home in Armory BUilding I
( : Mr. Phillips was recently discharged mal ringing of Christmas Carols' persons are asked to attend this W., J. Churchwell offered prayer. Starke while Sgt. Mattix is stationed
Osborne. Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Miss
4 : after five years of service with Miss Margaret Ann Young at Lillian Sternberg Mrs. Dave Levin meeting as further plans will be Mrs. W. G. Halle led a respon- at Camp Blanding. Terrible
the Bible
sive reading from ,
18 Temper
in the Army.
: the piano completed the program. Mrs. Jeanette Christian Miss! discussed for community parti- Christ-
of Jesus.
months In the ETO with the 79th told of the birth Almost
Division and held the rank of Delicious refreshments of open- Madge Mlddl e ton, Misa' Madge cipation in the future plans of mas carols were sung in concert, Lt. Tracy Baker Causes

i k technical sergeant at the time of faced sandwiches,' .cookies and hot V\fhlgham.\ Mrs. B.. W. Hayes, ,Mrs* USO. '*'- with Mrs. F. H. Long at the Back 'From India A DivorceA
tea were served, F. F. Flume Mrs. K. G. Duncan, ,
Mrs. A. Wood reviewed an
}: his discharge.' Mrs. Leola Roberts first grade piano.
; Mrs. R. B. Alvarez Mrs. C. J. Won ,
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will make Those serving on the denotation room was awarded the prize for Interesting article from the World Lt. Tracy M. Baker Is ,back baml nu" """ k-
;ly1 committee were: Lucille Zell and Carter Mrs. T. B. Harding Mrs. : her nut "taw" ,
.Outlook. .
their home In Augusta. having the most mothers present.The with his wife and two-year-old \ Mf .
W. of him U
O. Strlngfellow the StateFarm I out
Jlmmle Costello; .,the refreshment book to be selectedby .
prize is 'N
a Hostesses for Circle One were covered t i
? committee: Viola Vigilante and and Mrs. George Roberts son. Michael ,Anthony at Key- because. h. 'Ilir h"'
: Mrs. Roberts.
Mrs. H. C. Rltch
Mrs. SeweU and
: Birthday Dinner Ruth Herat: and the program and Mrs. Hal Edwards of Lawtey.Mrs. stone Heights after 10 months of waHte. nlftl'I"i l lratinpd
Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Mrs'W, J. who were assisted by Mrs. L. D. l iliiKit' ,'> '
committee: Be 11 Moaely ad Smith was assisted In serving liI'.r .,
y service with the 2nd Air Commando had bad I. 1
Mrs. for Circle Two up) '
Ella George H. Hostesses
Mn Halslop, Epperson Jr., and Mrs. W. Vining. and '.cl Ind
Mrs. C. ,
Gillis.Baptist H. Drown. gal
by '
itf Lovell and Mills Mary Ella Ward Nancy Smith were hostesses for this were Mrs. A. F. Sauls assistedby Group in India and Burma. neh WRII1) '14Ur' hit
"f K
celebrated their birthday anniver- meeting and served cake and Mrs. A. W. Anderson and Mrs. During this time he piloted C- I His ache, h. t<,'l' ,. tll'I'I' '"qt"aIIit If
d .
saries with a Joint birthday dinner Brotherhood Winsome Class cokes to those present. Shellle Hall 64s and C-47s engaged in the important t the house "I''Ide'flm \ light
7, at the home of Sgt. and Mrs, work of supply and evacu- I way. grun.hl..1 ]f'''" and
qi To Meet1 ThursdayThe elects OfficersThe A delicious salad course was I Then Bho toUt. hi j"
urn' hit
,( .; Alton Dobbs Sunday afternoon. Woman's Club served, which consisted of pear ation of wounded. I DA LivuA TONE, 'r and V;

; t Dinner waa served under large Brotherhood of the First Winsome Class of the First salad; topped with red cherries, Lt. Baker is now on terminal.I couple man of day, h, "II .V,

I oak trees In the front yard. Out- Baptist Church will hold Its last Baptist Church met last Friday Meets Next Week crackers, crystalized ginger fruitcake leave and expects to go on reserve -I he sleeps: ICood well 1.I.noltlon and "Ia, Thor ilk
of-town guests included Cpl. and In Church status on Jan. 6. He has I lar folk,,.
L meeting for the calendar year on night the annex. The and hot tea.LovellWard I
Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs of Tallahassee Thursday evening Dec.. 13., most important item of business The December meeting of theWoman's flown 1100 hours, and has been I talnn FLOIUDA Miveral. "modlriny,LIMlA TO\H

and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of 'just'a little was the election of, officers for I I Club will be held Wed- awarded the Air Medal with oak I live' ingredient* "ftn u"("roj,
4J The Brotherhood ; nesday Dec. 12, at 3:30: m. in I PreHorlptlon
the State Farm. the coming p. leaf clusters. I for ::0 rid 11!
& : t over a. year old la proud of Its year. the club building. Mrs. A. Z. I the of bowel polaonlu1'ao'!' m.
fur Officers chosen Mrs. Mrs. C. Ward Lt. Baker is the of Mr. and an to proinotI !
? A. 3. Thomas was In Jacksonville achievements. The members were James Adklns, chairman of the Music Mr. and W. announce son I grand tooling ,t YlgoroisI
business.Ao nished the church with a'' bus for Lewis, president; Mrs"Ralph: Alvarez Department will present a program the marriage of their Mrs. T. W. Baker of Keystone, I U..t your mottle now al ",
Friday on .'
1 transporting many .of those who vice-president; Mrs. Paul on Christmas Music. Mrs. daughter Dorothy Lucille to and rfnother son, Bruner Baker, is I IItore DA LlVIlA n"memho TONE) the nama F

j live too far out to otherwise attend Cam>va, secretary; and Mrs. Gary L. A. Canova directing a group George L. Lovell of Camp Elan- ,;=

M .' i'I$4 church and Sunday School Snnls, Treasurer. Retiring Presi- of children who will render Christmas ding and Illinois. The impressive

services. The organization has dent, Mrs. E. D. Tenley opened choruses and Mrs J. W. Kin- double ring ceremony was solemnIzed -

contributed' to the friendliness the business session: of the meet. cald Is in charge of a group who by County Judge E. K. Ferryman THE FINEST CHRISTMAS GIFT /.V T

throughout the church and exerted Mrs. L. D. Halnes gave the devotional will give appropriate readings. at his home Friday night, WORLD IS A -

an untold amount of energy reading from John. November 30.
Hostesses for .this meeting are
toward the realization of the new Mrs. Lovell chose for her wed-
Mrs.' Van H. Carden and Mrs. Mrs. W. R. Morse Mrs. E. L. Mat
church building fund which Is now ding a one-piece blue woolen dress
Martha Pellum were hostesses and thews, Mrs. T. H. Osborne, Mrs. .VICTORY BOND D DBRADFORD'S
In with which black
progress. served delicious refreshments at A. F. Sauls Mrs. W. B. Sewell she wore accessories -

Some of the highlights of this ho social hour following the Mrs. W, E. Torod, and Mrs, L. and a corsage of rosebuds.
meeting will be a supper served business session. D. Vining. The young couple was accompanied QUOTA IS $178,000, |

by the ladles of the W.M.U. Circle by Sgt. and Mrs. Alton! *

No. 5 and a. short resume of Dobbs and Mills Mary Ella Ward.

achievements of the group. A. J. They will make their. home in

Thomas, Sr., will discuss methods Starke while Pvt. Lovell is stationed H. C. Wall

waiting, no photographs, of church financing and Ralph J at Camp Blanding. AgencyINSURANCE

but (he real thing right before Alvarez Sr., will discuss the all- : ,

'k. your eyen I Important subject of "The Return- .. Capt, Guy Andrews, USNR,

& ing Veteran." Blanchard Law Is _' who has been stationed at Banana
: lace trimmed II
Wmy' negligees chairman. . .... River, was a visitor1 at the homeof
4 robe and paJama sets, quilted ,. 1 ".- .... .
cousins 'Starke
J A his Mr. and MrsVOToydGreen'Tuesday '' Fla.
tell that DvV Levin 'and
l44t bf robes silk and oof ton. Slips Once again the .Christmas season 'me : 'He' was ,, I)
iIi1 that fit ami luscious boudoir conies to Can Street, and although Carl are almost always willing to evening. \ v.' ..10-
be take 'on the' shift at on his way to-Jacksonville for '.
i Nine- this one will doubtless graveyard
4i"i i slippers Jn pastels. Gay
; tie hand made garters to keep ., somewhat quieter' than the four the canteen and also work on discharge' from the. Navy. .
holidays when 'one else wanta - - - --
less -
preceding It will be no merry no
Jin hose.
,. Mp thattnaf, ;, Jf>ur rayon
c , All the shops are getting to put forth the effort .' Hear .

Pearl necklace! and lapel pin* dyked out In red and green and the Berry Johns! family will soon ::i C iijiF A DS

;I Feminine adornment that every I tinsel, and the blinking colored move back to Starke from Jack _ :

h 4t '1'v woman lovos/tH. pearls gleam lights on the tree in Tyus Dry sonville Apparently they .. .__ H ._
: ; flatter and are glamorous to Goods window are enough to give know a good town when they -------- -- ,

,tJ? : $ the wearer. A large selection. you the spirit, If everything else see it . .. Those timid souls who FOR crete 8ALJ3 block-B-room building furnUhed, wel l located.con FOR room SALE-33)house and acre another farm with outelde 4 i,I :FOR houftetrailer SALE-20, new foot tlrnAcrj cuiton

ails . By the way you don't thought Call Street was about'to 4000. Ho* 691 atarko, Fla. It house 3% mIles. out on Lawtey I datlons for four Priced
tI ;: ALto the largest variety ofoompe.cta highway. B a r g a I n for cash.Frances or will trade on tar. 81
few bomb last
know of who has a undergo a dive attack
St, Stark
; have had. anyone FOR SALE-Pull..t: H-w.ek old. Wllklnaon, 631 W. Madl- 305 W. Madison
t. we colored lights tucked away under Friday night were mistaken . from Rice Leghorn Farm. Price son Ave., .or Box;. 43, Starke, Fla. :
w '4"", he counter do 7 .. I knowof 'Twas just our old friend Ralph soc. Overstocked. Mrs. Wm. F. Itp LOST OK STOLEV-Oirli
q Exquisitely fashioned handkerchiefs Starke's ,you Cone, Rte. 2, City Llmlti. 12-7 3tp cycle Color white trim|
; : arresting dtwlgnn IUIUNual a certain tree that could usea Rhodes "buzzin' the town" . blue Mik maud Black
u L patterns clever workmanship The few . And speaking bf trees, Eyefull ,Items: Jeanette KIn- STRAYED-Red white-faced hel. dent. Sell Itawlelgh Products. white sidewall Reward front tire I$1.

k u' 4 displaying Ingenuity of finest seems that the A'St P is the only cald helping out during the Christmas Crop for, 3 split yra. old.upper strayed and under or utolen.bit Good nearby H..wlelgh'a route open.FAL-223-' Write rear Manlre tire Three frlendiShop

1Z the Swiss and Portugese artists place in town that has 'em soar rush in Lella's . Maddy In one ear, under nquare' other. D today., Memphis, Tenn.Oept. ftp : tharke.WANTED .

_ _ J :: In lace applique and other. mo- restaurant Band ? .. Don't tell me there's gong Lecln back from her stay in Coth- bert Branded Britt KB, Lake If found Geneva.notify 12.7 El-4tp im

- .1 tifs. All whlto linen from $1.25 to be a shortage of tree, am town . Wonder if the FOR RFNT-Two room cabins fur- Will
too . Guess lots ofua will cold weather drove her nIcheS with I cooking facilities. farmer '< miles
to $3.95 Hundred. of lovely bar .:. away or Frances Wlyklnion, 831, W. Madl. go* acres land. 4 II
P4t floral prints from SS cents to have to start scouring the woods if she Just couldn't resist the call 30 ROOMSCABINS son Ave.' Phone 148W. ftp Starke.d, ,llnlitH new, tools-'""ViJer .

r 89 cents. A pretty folder for or a shapely short-leaf pine like of Call St.? . .; Marvin Rooks nlshvd' 80e MR-! Judd I .
your purchase at no extra we used to do in the old days (ex-BHS faculty) back from the ANDKITCHENETItS FOR RENT-2 sleeping rooms with Lafayette & Adami lilt.F

-1 V charge. Also evening handkerchiefs A . Oh well there's nothing prettier ETa stationed at Blanding again bed With suite, washing Inner. spring and/ La.WANTETt.

for the dance and formal SIZZLINGSTEAK when you get right down to and apartment hunting In Starke 'Ironing privileges.. .Within 3 minutes largo ,l I.. '

occasions. It: . But it's so much easier . Jimmy Peek nursing a deep- Gas Heat Gas Cooking Kent reasonable.walk of business 118 H. Cherry section.St. muMt ho In good con.dill'oto
\ to buy an Imported fir from your cut hand as the result of a knife- Lights.Completely or Box 223. Starke Fla. Itp Mrs. Green at Gr..n'

Scarf In wool and rayon. favorite, grocery than to turn slip Sunday" . .. Alma Hough '

)k Lovely pie I turrsque design LOBSTER amateur woodsman beaming over the news that son, Furnished FOR RENT Furnished<< S-room WANTED.-Twc f2penters .tlnl'
_ house with all modern conveniences P.
cold and .
for the dump Cl
_ _ ? r Merrill McMillan, is shifting from t miles out. T. Frank Lu".lJurg.r FIIPh.."'
J; weather to
I $Y,4M4'{ !t :: A large variety. of handbags hiM Christmas present last week when Young bidding farewell to friends I MATTRESSES ""f aU kind'
leather. cordo', reptile and cloth For Wife Or ParentsLARRY'S CLEAN 2-ROOM APT. with room furniture apholatsrrefinished
CHICKEN Tracy Baker arrived from the along Call St. ,. .' Maggie likes heater and automatic hot water. vated: DroP u. a
t; materials. Just the right colors Pacific bearing eight yards of anUques so she should be quite 316 E. Madison St. ftp HAtiTINUS )1. T1'r.ESS C

; to complete jour moat. glamorous sheerest white Japanese silk-a enthralled with her new locale, 230, Palatka. Fla.
i I\4\ f") ensemble. gift from her fiance, Lucian Con- Charleston S. C ; Surely hate OAK WOOD-Any length.' 120 per
cord write F, O Nell, Putnam
I Three piece suits, milt Si coat B nero who had much rather deliverIt to see her go but then that's life 1000 Feet From B Gate Hall; Fla. 11-30 4tp ATTESTIO-1:-lIvi"i"ETEII.\S Jn and -f

in doubt! . And and the USO! .. . d nixie) 'or '
We have them In your nUe.: For person, no KINGSLEY' LAKE >:,ene.s p.peflt'nAll Place nrnt"l OIVI.I.O'.w
i New winter p88telll. See them peaking of Christmas "earlles", -'- copy of "DI I'h"tOgraph"h d''

4. now while they last. New Connoisseurs the Stump family have already Add honors for Call St. Olin BEDROOM FOR. RENT-103 Washington Equipment Album inS Over of 150 pl turO anot to Jr..ud..r
': dresses for her XmoM coming tad< their Christmas dinner , (Junior) White's selection as one St. It IIlvl.lon trr C. '940. '
;, I'' ,
; Gathered around the festive ,board of the 13-man personal bodyguardof WHITE HOUSE on ) n IrU.
s ; In dally. That basic dress for FOR RONT-Flva room house on pOHt.'d' tn, .2 C'M ,'
_ _ % t: the day from f II a. m. until midnight last Sunday on account as how all General MacArthur! . Just Klntrsley .Lake: fully furnished, CAFE C. MeDOI" II 'moe] n.
with elrctrlo ntove. and refrlwc.rut
_ O three dotters were at home then look what Bradford County hog or.: Two bedrooms suitable : i usLIST

iI: 01Good and Marjorie and Evelyn won't be an' hominy will do for a fellow! fur two; couploH 111..., B. .J. FOR SALE rJI

I 4 New Gage hat*. Chic and tinap- able to get .back on the 25th . '. What better selling point Dowllnir, 209 Christian St. or YOl-R FVBM
Phone 111 It FBOPEBI
- ;.. / py. Also other make to suit Food Incidentally, Evelyn Is slated to 'could our Chamber of Commerce BUSINESS

your tjpe. emerge from the WAVES in January Ii need than that? . .. IncidentallyOlin "OR'RENT- On* 3-room house and COME SEE IT .,
l . Hear Tolbert Black, writes that he Is within a two 3-room houses. all furnished. a.STROUT.' S
and (
: ti' Our shop h just overflowing Light and water. Very cheap
recently discharged from the stone's throw of HIrohlto's palace, L. B. Jordan,' Rte. 2. Box 304 2 Eddie Davis u:
I with Xmas items. :New gliun- O
, mile. from Hlarke right of
Navy, has opened law offices In almost fulfilling thatdream Mrs.
Gruel costume Jewelry an seen Drink highway 48. 11-30 ttp .d.e"""
.' Lakeland . Estelle and son, White had the other night that DAVIS HOTEL Grestterr \il"
,; i In Harper's Bazaar & Vogue James have Joined him there .. he was riding the Emperor's white FOR RENT-Furnlnhed apartment _.. ..prOPeTtt ar '.....-
- .
_ . -----000 .1.
'j macazln<< Glittering and S room.* With private bath. F. A. 12.000 f'..".. tIIW.rrlcL
t Glad to see Cliff Hazen getting horse! .. . Oh well Just give him (OS I A..C' fl.1eV .
iM: shim.meringjewek. that give a ; Scott Temple Ave, Starke. LOST-Black and tan hound, fe- n'''''
_ _ t back Into the old groove at Den time . Glad to see Bill. Dun Fla. Up male. Finder notify W. R. Cook. Free oP REALTY A
4 boost to completneiw<< of Starke STROUT
and :
: receive reward.
E. A.
mark's Recommended to baa kalong Call St. after cabin
_ outtlt. CoMiume v can FOR RENT 3 room furnished 11-30 2tp JoraIl1F.
your Jewelry "
I record addicts: Decca's swell proving that I It takes more thana with cooking facilities. Mrs.K. .
t t this year: }U a: must to your 3. Dowllng, lit Christian St., (' noU.ISGS\\O
wardrobe.' double-header of Hlldegard team little Jap ammunition to keepa or phone 113. it FOR RALR--Sailboat, Snipe, complete so."ainU'
ed with Lombardo in Ii with nearly" new Halls. On 116
"Spring. good man down . Bill is In
FOR 8A1-B-30-acre farm new cement Klngsley Lake. 1100. J. Coleman
We am ready: to servoyou In Busting Out" and "Clambake" civilian clothes again and is get- block dwelling. li bearing PX 20, Camp Blandlng. ftp

helping you to make your . .. If your spirits aren't givena ting ready to dust off the old .pefan trees ne.fourth mile from '
I_ 4 ,hard road near Hetlbronn Hprln' "<''fli; FOR 8ALK.-.Oood firm mule. II. M. SA
c ; Xmas selections. Gift wrapping lift, you get your money back typewriter and do a little writing aiR.. one 40-acre farm near Farr..r' .- 'lreH*., Starl e. Itp FARM for
,} free gratis and courtesy with . . Hear John and Bill Chalker . Market. Cabin for rent. Bee Sapp's f fS
:5:. W 11.30 William
; I. a amlle.DRESS". may both make it back to Call St. Hayes. Jtp FOR BALE-Girls bicycle. 120 N. miles

Dine In A 'PleasantAtmosphere A sprig of holly to Carl and for Christmas . The more the Cherry Ht., or see Mrs. Anderson cated 10 210 a

Marj i Carter for volunteering to merrier. I always say, and it HOUSE FOR SALE postotflc from 8 til 6. ftp Starke FJa. barn!!.

help staff the Red Cross Canteenat looks like this Christmas will be Five rooms and bath, cloncd- LOST-Will person who picked up house and 8 u

Drllclou food and attractiveRurroundlng Blanding on Christmas Day . the merriest yet for a lot of In nun. porch. Completely furnished man's wallet 1:30 at. Gulf Station between fence, land fertile far01.
and 2:30: Monday -
i make dining with Who'll be next to follow their families . with all modern convenience please return papers to. newspaper for eneral
IM a real pleasure. Stop In today swell example? . Most of the .. *.. Gas electrlo automatic office. ftp vegetables ElectriC'

for the finest food at very men who'll be coming In on that Well, guess I'd better sign off hot wafer heater<< and FOUND. -Wedding ring. Owner describe running water.

-' 4 reasonable prices. day spent their last Christmas now and do a little bit of plain (fan heating stoves. Located In and pay fur ad. 403 N. ,Walnut W. E. SAI'Pfit.

_ SHOP overseas so the least we can do and fancy Christmas shopping heart of town at 828 W. Call !tit. Ito Bos 113.BStarke.

,. 4J 325 Temple Ave. I. to help make this one' a little . So long . See you in the St. Inquire Jack Frledler Boger' APARTMENT FOR RENT Two 2. rJt.:

merrier than the fast ., . They I next .. Jeweler. ISO E. GUI St. lance rooms, private bath, hot
: and cold .
,j I deserve it , Incidentally. they I I -Carolyn., Hi Park wnter.Place, K fctarke: F. ,Do Fla.mores Itp t.
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Mrs R. t:J. But rd were Dr. J. C. Miller and Mrs. Eva IM71

end, ,..klOnville Thursday Haroutunian attended a three- lt E, U Matthew __. ______ _____-_ Editor and Owner
n rr
1 and Monday of thisw day convention of State Health .
-e'' Department Workers (
In Gainesville (
Published Weekly on Frlilu.VM !suit Entered a.* :Second! Chess! Matter
Monday Tuesday and Wed- ,
Powell and Miss of this at the Post Offing! at Stark Florida 7t ,
c nesday week Mrs. Robert!
Peek were shopping In E. Greene Jr., attended the first I ., --- :-i:
s.iurday.! two days. There -\Nn Nvru-K 't1> .trPlsutITATI "'\-
: : was
a "
.vie : Four-Ounce Egg I : : "H" KI.oHII>A toV: I I.. <'
night. I l rewM.'n. "who. r.I.i.-it.( 1 .' IH. tl :!
XHU-lyouIn the SPilt- I llHiilllK. ", I'"".,1 n... :'
II On at the office .
1110 reoMl display I You sr* repaired tci npn"in.Vmmirtrv '
Karmort I
>BSET-the Help keep the spirit( of the ; f M f I la an unusually large egg . S, IfHri. In thi nbnvi. imiit 1.'I;,
., for health and arm Christ Child alive. Give to the $) Il weighing 4 ounces. This overwlze! O.urf and t <, wtivrvln" .)..>'ln.. ;,
Rt'pre enta- tiff Merits dtvortllinilforil "
)f1J(11'11nf'f'e./ / Baptist Church Building Fund t : specimen Is the product of a 5- tv Telegraph "hull publish ti I : .
402 E. ,
Hoover Drive. : Urdu. In nest four wurkly IHHIU'Wltntc ' }
MrFrank' Plymouth Rock hen belonging ,
L : : "
Starke .. my hand and ofrir, 1\\;,>".
st ir111.25 4tp Cot and Mrs. T. T. Long ; to Clara Oovlngton of Meal Mt Stark. 'lorrIIthl"\ Nuv wereviatttng' -
--'i" ; Lawtey. ; I.., S M. 1946.IDKKH'IAI. \ '1. ,' ,tti It
friends In :
Jacksonville\ KKAI.) ..A. J, Thomas, .' hl' }1/R,.
Dobbs of .
and Mrs. Lonnie Tuesday,:' *'t'i AH <'l.Th of .mill CoUrt: !11".,, .
were sundaY guestsand IM rtlKTIT ..0lH.., MH.t>K..ttl /.AshIt.. la ugln., tlaincMvlIliKtiu \ ''It ,
jIIjtP Alton Dobbs. Mrs. T. H. Osborne will leave outlined In .Yll'MTV, KI.OHint) IN ('II I Atty. for I'lf. ,11- V 41 Z-l {: ;" ;
I Mrs. 'i Double ruffles, color, t alty: .'
next Friday "to spend the Christmas shown above a. pictured in tha MnrKHi-vt Miller. Aewsnn IM"IMUfVM.

p Child keep aliveGive the Building.spirit: of Fund to U.echurch the Santa holidays Ana, Calif.with Lt. Osborne! in 'November: magasina issue of accentuate.Good Housekeeping the. .. \oltJEIt 4107."'. I., liuwxon OF ,I'UBIACATirw Ui.fvntlnnt.. : I'nwNo. Buy! Victory Bonds *1;

: and broaJ-
t Mrs. Clarence K. Andreu all-important waistline -- -- - "' ;"iw;
will .n the shoulders. The surplice ,1."
leave next week for a visit with ii A dress to 1-- l 1
Brownlee Is home her uncle and Mr. j
J. M aunt and Mrs. wear for special dates, dinner, This Is America :L.fI1
10 day in the state FarmItal John P. Vars in Bradford B. I. parties and luncheon. !, ._ . ,
where she took penl-
treatments for her eye L. A. Davis spent several days I
last ; t New handbags just arrived atHtllml
week with his sister In Fern- R
and Mrs Earl Johnson'were andlnal while Mrs. Davis attendeda )',* Store. Nice Christmas

!ing m 'acksonville Satur- 10-day UDC Convention In I It's fashionable to be comfortable this year as Indicated by the all- Jtl n... t f fts

Houston Texas. She also visitedIn I wool suit with almost authentic bellhop jacket, rayon-lined sleeves!! \ Judge and Mrs. }oJ. K. Terry man, I. +ti,)

Catherine Nollman and New Orleans La. skirt with softness folded into a high cut waist shown above as picturedin accompanied by Mr. S. S. Dow-
<*, Miss Dorothy I the November issue of Good Housekeeping! magazine.Mrs. ling and family drove 'to Tallahassee -
mate. Mr.
V room and Mrs. W. A. Scott spent i
attend the funeral
Monday to
Ocala. who are ------ -- -- -
of --- "- -
Deckle Monday in St. Augustine and
of Mrs. W. S. Stroman.
.ng a few days with Mr. Green Cove Springs. Jeanette Christian is Mr. and Mrs R. A. Green and

Mn' W H. Nollman were spending a 10-day vacation in Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Harris were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K Andr .
mg In Gainesville Friday. Beautiful line of Xmas drex.Np.-s' Miami. in Jacksonville ., '. r.
Wednesday.Mr. ''u returned Tuesday from a p U
(coats ski rle sweaters and blouses .S. V d
was shopin visit with friends and relatives h, ?
B. T at
Stump's Store. Mra. Elizabeth
I Friday. I and Mrs. Floyd Green have Panama City. Mr. Andreu was _
in tor of the USO Club, spent Tues- '1
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barksdale a W. H. Strickland has as pent last week on a hunting and I day in Green Cove Springs where brother, Lt. D. F. Stroup, USMl months In the service and he and Y ' a S N wN W
liests her mother and sister fishing trip near Dunellon. she was conferring with the com- who Is now stationed at Mandarin Mrs. Andreu expect to return to \h
offl of _
manding c e r s the ship
'here after 13 make their home.
New York. While they months of service Panama City to
falao I visit In Tampa.and . Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles returned berthing project i iJohn In the Philippines. Also a guestof Radar Technician
to their Mr. and Mrs. Green is Darby Peek,
home In :Miami Capt. E. t ,
Woodfln Halle Henry Hem ingway of 3-c, arrived in Starke early Thurs- sl
Mrs.: last week after a visit with Mrs. A. Rainey who is now stationedat
ent last week-end with :Mr. Sayles' sister and brother-in-law, Elizabeth City. N. C., is visitinghis Freeman Va.? after 24 months day morning to spend a 30-day "

IMM. Walter Helms in tackle Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. parents!, the Rev. and Mrs. L. of service with the Army Air leave with his mother Mrs. S. L. WHERE HARD GUYS of the a..tJI..lleld. men who. met the eaomy at Jt IA GPIs ,
G. Hemingway, until Sunday. Mr. Corps In India and Burma. I Peek and other rei a tives He bayonet point now spend their time keeping their ninth off the horror l n
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthewsare Hemingway was discharged from 'served 16 months overseas In the of war by weaving >o that when reedy they can accept training providedby
utlful line of Xmas dresses. spending this week at Miami Thayer General Hospital Nashville Among those from Starke attending Philippines and Japan. Victory Lean Bond dollar and .we again rued on their ow. ,
k skirts, sweaters and blouses! Beach attending the national convention Tenn., on Nov. 21 and will the Chamber of Commerce economic feet head proudly red and say, ThU. IS America** Signal. th
mp's Store. of Railroad CommissionersIn reenter business, in Elizabeth Cityin state convention In Jacksonville Visit the Baby Department atStump's Corp. .'''010.)
the near future. He was In-
session at the MacFaddenDeauvIIle this week were J. Gary Store.
Woodfln Haile,
and Mrs.
jured in both legs by a German
Knnls R. A. Green and Mr. and
etl Tuesday night for a visit Hotel. They were' accompanied machine gun on the Rohr River Mrn. W. H. Nollman. Mrs. S. L. Peek and Miss Fran
rgla and North Carolina. by their daughter, Mrs. last December and spent 11 Peek went to Jacksonville Tues- See STARKE

i Virginia Sewell Is a mem- H. B. McLondon of Orlando.Mr. months in hospitals In Englandand' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of day to' meet their son and brother,
who flew
the States. He Rdm 2-c Darby' Peek
was accom-
Hampton and Mrs. Bertha Pearce
lot r the Florida State College and Mrs. Olin W White panied to Starke by his father-in- spent Wednesday of from California after 15: monthsin
last week
Club which will
'omen Glee had as recent guests Roawell N. law J. S. Longfellow. with the Pacific aboard the U8S
I Christmas "Veson Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Phillips
their annual Mlaco of from the AIR
Ariz., Lt. and in Lake Wisconsin.
| Sunday, Dec. 9 at 5:30: p. Mrs. L.. D. Strletelmeter and :Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Smedley
t the college. G. C. Bates of West Palm Beach. returned to their home in Keystone James Cannon spent several
S-Sgt. Sidney W. Grlffls
Heights Tuesday. Mr. la days last week with relatives In
Lorraine Hartman and Mr: and Mrs. David Kelly and Smedley had served as delegateto spending a 00-day furlough with Winter Haven.

Eddie Hartman returned daughter, Mamie recently visited the WOW State Conventionheld his wife'and son at Lake Geneva FOR $1.00 ...
and relatives here. .. at '
He has re- Visit the Baby Department
t8dllY of last week alot relatives In Greenville and Mon- in Ocala Monday and Tues
seven weeks In New York tic ello. day. .J. H. Fields also attendedthe enlisted and will report back to Stump's store. S- .

[, During this time they at- convention as chairman 'of Childress. Texas at the expirationof :of DeLand spent .
MI' and Mrs. T. S. Williams his leave:'Mra. Griffis and their Comer .Long .
tbe Tl,ation Convention ofVend i have hat4fla .xeeentguests their credentials, 'committee.: ,U1 Rev. MOn will return with him. . the week-end with his-. mother. ..S ILN D/A'Y-.v.1 : ?..\.\4 I ''
sttnllea the latest Smedley la pastor. of'the> First MraL'L: : :; h Ir- : .
.In......,.....t-dr sons Tommy Williams of Miami Christian Church here. : v,. .: .,. ,,"" : :
nl Yancy Williams of Jacksonville, Help keep the spirit, of the Mr and'Mrs. tf Sternberg have r .". II ,
Co Charles Husband, whose and Lt. Marion F. Williams of Mrs. Carrie Ingram has J- returned '' s Christ Child alive. Give to the returned from "a1 buying trip to .' "AIRPORT '

i it in Melrose,'la pen41ng atlays Myrtle. Beach.l1.| .C, Lt. William from a visit with her daughter- Baptist Thnrrh: Building Fond New York City.FOR ; T'A'RKE ; ,:
with''Mr. and Mrs.' W. was accompanied. by his wife and in-law Mrs. Hugh Ingram in Chicago Drive. '
son. Ricke '; Is d.t; ,. t
) 111. Staff Sgt. J. Lucian Conner arrived :I oJ ey"

Lloyd H. Lewia of Ft. Mr. and Mra. David Kelly' Mr. and Mrs. Charles.J*. Harrisof In the States early Thurs-I RENT' 1.5 Miles South On Highway:'.!, 3r e; i

Wash., will' arrive Sunday as guests last week Mr. and Mrs. Washington, D. C., are visit- day morning after a tour .. J

114 the Christmas :holidays Isaac Lewis and son of Monti- ing Mr. Harris' brother-in-law and in the Pacific. APARTMENTS .... ...,.... ...... .,'1 i l
[relatives and friends. Major cello and their grandson T. J. sister Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green. OR ROOMS : t
Staff Wilson G. Lee
i will Join her later. Letchworth of Greenville was -
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green haveas discharged from the army last STARKE FLYING
a guest Mrs. Green's brother week. On Wednesday he went to I l '
Lt. Don Stroup who has'just returned Jacksonville on a business trip. AND HOT WATER

Operations.from the Pacific Theatreof Henry Silcox came into Camp Day'' 'or-Weekly Rate SERVICE !'I I "

k NAT SEZ: Blanding early Thursday morning -- .
Mr. and Mrs. R. G.,Kidd were after a tour'of duty In the Pa- CARL JOHNS 1

In Jacksonville Tuesday. cific. City Hall it

r: If Looks funny''to nee "Itoom for --- - 1 1I
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round town these days. "'e've I Salt of the ( future) Earth i
been so crowded up for the but DOLLS! DOLLS!

four years that most of us lon't --,. ........ ,.. "....... :
know how to act when we get the a i
bath room all to ourselves again. i
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r : II! ---- A after been three discharged years from of service.the army January You are 7. 19.11.required(In ,the wherein to above appear nam-on I I' STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO, APPEAR residence to Charles la. Atty.A Zarh* Clerk H.for Douglas of Plf.said, Court.Gainesville 12-7 .t 11.28:Fla You Carnllnt an," !
'th : IEi1vic : i> (j.: ed Court and cause. plain- B. Dunn. Jr., whose I ro''IUlr04
1 i Mrs. C. H. Layfield and Mrs lift seeks divorce. Bradford County Wlllacooch_. Oeorirla. MfCour, artd'ay to tTelegrok
_ __ _.____ Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I You required to appear on iv cinrrrr COURT; BRADFORD lbo
; ----- -- 'HH _. >. -- .. h_ ___h __ ____ h Newn Mott and daughter Mandy next four weekly laMuen.Wltnena are CorvTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKHY. i 41rnMrwwhp ,
were shopping! In Gainesville Fri- my hand and official a.alat Jsnnary 7. 11141. In the above named I In . 'hall to
8-80T. W. II. GRIFtlS8TATIONKD and cause wherein plaintiff I I n." PUbh'b
l l Bturke, Florida, this December I ;. :.r.t" divorce Bradford CountyTelegraph James I E. Plttman Plaintiff, vs. 'VIO",. x'rrkh" I '
R I' q : IN JAPAN PFO JAKE It.' E1>\VAKI>8 day.Mrs 5 IMS. thl OrderIn Roberta Plttman Defendant. '.,
, shall Case
publish at hand
O. W. Barry haa been OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Mal s.
I?,. ? S-Sgt. W H. Grlfflfl, son of Mr. nOME ON FURLOUGH Aa Clerk of mild , \'; and Mrs. W E. Grlffia of Lawtey, Pfc. Jake B. Edwards Is enjoy brought home from the AlachuaCounty T. Frank. Lrftndrum Starke, Fla Witness my hand and official seal I ORDER OF PUBLICATION I I (OFKiAs , '.
Hospital In Gainesville Ally for Pit. It-T 4t 12.28 at Starke Florida, this December AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ('I. KIL,,
t la now stationed somewhere in ing a 30-day furlough at his home where she was seriously ULI 4. 1945. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Roberta 'Zach I H I I "Id <: o\.J

,y' "d, Japan and writes home how much on Rt. 2. Starke, after being Inducted I I Mrs. !bhellle: Fowler and children rv cinririT cot: KT. BIIADFOHD (OFFICIAL, SEAL) .I* J. Thomaa. Pittman, whose residence la Lauada AltyBEAUTIFUL t,, I",,''ICla, '8uu m
V he enjoys reading into the I j Edith and William were tKHl.Joflrphln'. _. 11.7 T
I I. 4' 6'I I4i the "good old | Army on :March visiting In Hawthorne over the Lee, Plaintiff va. William
s | H. Lee Defendant. Case No.
Telegraph. H e i 22, 1945:: at CampB week-end. I 4

served on many 1 a ndlng. He Mr. and Mrs Ernie Johnstonand 4211ctRDETl<< OF PUBLICATION
) slandtt overseas, was sent to Fort AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I
children of Lake Butler were STATE OF FLORIDA to: William ''I
: Including the t McPherson. Ga., visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. / H Lee whose residence 1C -
f Marshals, Mar ,and from thereto unknown GIFTS AT GIVEAWAY
Stokes Sunday. You are required to appear on PRICES
Ian a s, Caroline, Camp Shelby Saturday. January 7. 1948, in the above named ,
Leyt and Mindanao Miss., and was Court and cause wherein plain Large Variety of Vanity Sets '
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. 0
1 tiff
,;erd, 'r i ifi reeks divorce. Bradford CountyTele..rapb Always DES
and hopest later transferredto and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson were Mr. shall publish this OrderIn p B
J return home Camp Livingston next four! weekly l uen.Wltnemi 0 Attractive Manicure Kits
and Mrs. Leander Parrlsh and hand and official Real
Fl I rS soon. His address La, and daughter of Trenton.Chriatian at Btarke my Florida, this December. Asst. Stuffed Animals *
0 Large
!I.: S-Ssrt.. Camp Hood 4. 19.6. ,
? ' (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas
, W. H. Or iff is. Texas for the
An Clerk
ChurchRev. of said Court. 0 Leather Goods

'! i Co. E. 34th Reft., APO 24, San completion of his William D Morgan, Fifth Floor
I. Francisco Calif. t, training. I W. G. Smedley announcesthe Atty.Clark for E'uilding Plf. Jacknonvllle 12-7 4t, 12-28'Fla. 0 Men's Travelling Cases' ('j

-:; ' His brother I following program for Sunday I CL
CUNNINGHAM BOYS Cpl. Chas. P. Edwards Dec. 9 at the First Christian IN CIRCUIT COURT, HRADFOROCOUNTY.'FLORIDA IN CIIAN- 0 Compacts and Jewelry IU :.

..' ACTIVE IN 8TAKKETerrlll Is with the 418 Ordnance Church. Dr. George F. Tibbitts, CKRT. | I
t '' i I Co., APO 513. New York. 81-year-old world-traveller of Lola Johnson Plaintiff I "... Troy ,
3j 3jd' W Cunningham was discharged Johnson Defendant. Cage No. ,The Gift Supreme
on October 24 from the Keystone Heights will deliver the ORDER OF PUBLICATION 4227'1 MONOCRAITED I
fr Jacksonville NAS after nearly CPL. TALMAIMJE KELLY: morning message at 11 a. m. and AND NOTICE TO
; ' four yearn of naval service. Dur- RECEIVES DISCHARGE Rev. Gordon Purdy. who travel! Johnson, whose residence IH un.

+ ing that time he served on a Presentation of his honorable I with Dr. Tibbitts, will give the known.You t LARGKST:
are required to appear on I
destroyer and an LCI. He wears discharge cevtflcate| a t Ditsw evening message. Special music, January 7, 1948, In the above named PHOTOGRAPHSSonnIEXT OF
the ETO ribbon American Defense Field last week marked the com- will be rendered at each service Court and Tautie, wherein plainIff i

I t ii ': Ribbon Asiatic-Pacific Theatre pletion of 36 months of servicein livening service begins at 7:30: :Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford this County Order I I YJMS CARDS

"A l ? Philippine Liberation! Good the Air Corps by Cpl. Tal- ,ln next four weekly issues.l ; ;
+ madge C. Kelly of Brooker. WhileIn IN ('IIU"I'r; <'oi''RT. tmtupoiiu Witness I my hand and official seal The Gift That No In Toicti
Conduct World War II Victory ,
"J and roicvrv, FLOHIUAI CHAN. at Btarke. Florida, this December!
," Medal. service he served as a clerk.Brooker t KRT. 5. 1945. I d one Else Can Give -
Catherine Adams WaKBtaff" Plaintiff (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas I IAn
y ; l? Richard Cunningham F 2-c Is"I e . . . . . . vs. darner Lander Wagstaff' Clerk of .Bald Court. Always Greatly Appreciated -
"I Defendant. Cane No. 4224. Zurh H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla I
V now at the Naval in Virginia
; -
q Hospital OIIDEU Of PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf. 12-7 4t 12-28
/' fit 14w' yF F i where he has been for two AND NCVtirE; TO APPEAU '/ s by Your %%?.4&.
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Uarner nnADFoiiu'cotfMTV.
f ? months. He has been in service IS CIRCUIT cot HT, -
Lander Wag-staff whose residence ). IN Loved Ones flItI ,
1 ( t ; p since September 1944." By ;Joyce Atkinson and ,1515 lIno.l..t Street, FAI
Columbia, t: ...
;, ; )2T '' T-5 Edison W. Cunningham . . . . . . You are required to appear on S E.. F.Murrow Murrow.Defendant.Plaintiff Case Juanlta No. COME IN FOR A SITTING NO APPOINTMENT eVv
; was discharged at Camp Blanding January 7, 1946, In the above named 22B..
: Nov. 24 after 5 8TOKES-IIAKP Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ORDER OF PUBLICATION
year army
I seeks divorce and restoration I AND
,''k fr service. He was in service before Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes have of maiden name. Bradford County STATE OF FLORIDA to: Juanita
t" t$4 ; Pearl Harbor was discharged for received word that 'M. bel r son, Telegraph shall publish this' OrderIn : S. Murrow, whose rekldenca Is I An Gina
next weekly Issues. 3308//
'22nd Street. N. Washington
\' a few months, and then recalled Henry B. Stokes and Miss Edna Witness my hand and official seal You are -required. to appear on PERSONALIZED XMAS CARDS
i ; to duty. He served with the Coast Harp of Texas were married Fri- at Btarke Florida, this December January 7. 1948, In the above nam-

I. Artillery as an automotive me- day. Nov. 30. They plan to make 5.(OFFICIAL 1945. SEAL) A. J. Thomas ed Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wherein County'plaintiff I Xmas WrappeReady
J rF C x chanic.He their home In Texas. As Clerk of said Court.T. Telegraph shall publish this Made from Your Own -

'11jrl >ir y ;a r ' is entitled to wear the ETO FAMILY: REUNIONA Atty.. Frank for Pit Landrunu 12-7 Starke 4t 18-28 Fla. In Witness next four my hand weekly and Issues official Orders seal I I' Snap Shots Mail

medal the APTO medal. Good I I at Rtarke, Florida, this December To
d family reunion was held at iv cinci IT coinT, DRADFORDI I 6. 1945.
conduct medal and .
World War II !
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee COUNTY. FLORIDASIN' CHAN.CRAY. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ALSO NAME IMPRINTED In Gold Letters
t4 Victory Medal and the American : I As Clerk of said Court. I
.I Defense Pre-Pearl Harbor and I Green Sunday. Dinner was served Noah "Keuer! Plaintiff, vs Ooldlel Zach IT Douglas, GalYiesvllle/ Fla.j<
t 'ii Asiatic-Pacific campaign bars. He I picnic style out, In the open. At- No.Mae 4222 White Feuer; Defendant. Case Atty. for Plf. 12-7 4t 12-28
tending were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. PUBLICATION a
ij! j; served in South America and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR IV CIRCUIT COIRT. BRADFORD
4 Lawhon and Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Africa and was In the Invasion I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ooldie coiTvrr, FI.OIIIII IN 'II'N-
n.: Fit of Borneo. He came home from Green and family of Brooker; Mr. Mae White Feuer, whose residenceand CKIIT. Hollywood Camera & Gift ShoEAST
4 y' yM and Mrs Fred Green and family address! Is % George White Elizabeth Moore Dunn Plaintiff vsCharles .
China. 464 Perry Street Portsmouth, Vir- E Dunn Jr., Defendant .
aw ; rl They are the sons of Mrs. A. E. Mr. and Mrs. Mack McCormick Klnla. Case No 4217.ORDER CALL STREET AT RAILROAD
V4 r
and Mr and Mrs. John Hendee are required appear on
Cunningham of Lake Geneva. January 7, 1946, In the above named _._
and children
all of Jacksonville
Court and cause wherein plain- --- --
idh Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dubose and son tiff necks divorce Bradford County
t .IOIINNIK N. ELLiS Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn ,Zen
IN SUICIDE ATTACKS of Worthington Springs, Mr. and next four weekly Issues., a N.
r Mrs. Truby Parrlsh and childrenof Witness! my hand and official seal
d awl Johnnie N. Ellis, S 2-c. served Santa Mr.v: at Stnrke Florida, this December
Fe, and Mrs. Arthur
a ''i' on the destroyer USS Wadsworth 5, 1845. M .,,.
1 Douglas and family of Starke (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas
which underwent 22 desperate attacks and Mrs Bessie Brannen of Jacksonville As. Clerk of said Court.
,I 4t'I by Jap suicide planes at T. Frank Landrum. Starke Fla.
Atty. for Plf. 12-7 4t 12-28
'Okinawa. The crew of the ship

,la credited'with having helped to Mr. 'and>Mm L. '.O.: Hazen and IN CIRCUIT COl'HT. BRADFORD
down more than 40 Jap planes In daughter' Minnie Lou. of Starke (' : t! v AmberA
;i ) r i, the air ,and destroy hundreds were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. William Scully. Jr..- Plaintiff. vs. , ,Ve Now Have Red &
wa y, more on the ground. Assigned to Hazen recently. Mary C: Scully, Defendant. Case
No. 4223
a. k picket.duty between Okinawa and Miss Mandy Mott spent last ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Nice Selection .GIFTS CELLOPHANEGummed

,ll; r t p,1, i R tt Japan, 'the Wadsworth 'went. to week with Missy ,Agnes Lewis In STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: MaryC of

battle /nations 200 times during Starke. Scully whose residence and address Seals
the Okinawa campaign. . Is 49 E. 40th Street, New
Charles Hershel has
York New York.VY .
CANDY RibbonAngellair

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Lee Perfume _______ 2.75 to 7.50
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ELIZABETH ARDEN 1.65 to 3.00

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T. 1145
"White Ribbon Rally Song." . . . . . . --
ale Roberts. Defendant. Cum No. Sturke by February 1. U4S. and to
atIjrnac1e The boys and girls met Wed- The Right Spirit StackPresbyterian meet all State Requirement and
of theterestlng nesday afternoon for the firstpractice Heilbronn 411011.onnEn OF1 PtIWMrATTOM ItevulatlonH.. The Board reserves
e auspices for Christmas music Ifl@ AND NOTICE TO AI'PbAlt th. rich to reject any and all
service was i bid. Additional Information maybe ;
By The Soho .l STATS OK FLOIUDA to: Ixmnl the Office of .
obtained at the
night in the Chapel The usual services will be held e. . . . . . GET ALL. m CREAMS Rob.rta who. *. r..ldtnce and ad.dress County Superintendent.Board r
The programiental Friday Saturday and Sunday and I+at1AfLD, t4lE 4yyJ STv tl. SURE 181& UV I* unknown. of Public Instruction ,rypl "
rnac1e music at the close of the Sunday evening We are to (Stir Atolaq GN 1ti8 AUD tAktB EA94 You are roqulrnit to appear on hy: Arthur K. Melts, County ,1
sorry liM, In the above
report that 'OM IS W M January 7 namt Superintendent 11It 12-12
and< a timely hour baptismal rites will be Jerry Norman has been toOD Court and cause whrln plain'
MOUSY iGR v.wtlSSOEA Bradford -
111gB tiff peakS divorce County ?
message. The administered to several candidatesnow to the State Farm Hospital in Totoirraplt halt publloh. this OrderIn I1:'* rinoriT cornT.FLOHII JlHAUFOIU)
perance the Tern- awaiting this sacred ordinance. with pneumonia. We hope that next, four weekly Imueit.Vltn fIVNTT. >A| IN: CHAN.: t
ller. gave he \ .o" my hand and official seal C'JoRT. "
salute and sang the will be better soon. Helen. Katherine Meehan Rtroeel, ? '
at liI'ark., Florida thla Pe".mberI.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Starling \ 1546iOFFICIAL. PUIntlff, vs. Frank Harold Strobel, '' j
Defendant. Case No. 4H&
BRAD A. J. Thomas
were in Gainesville Friday. An. Clerk. of said Court ORDER or 'PUHLJCATION 'n 'T
Mr. and f K. O. Urown. Htarke Flu. ANI NOTICTC TO Arl'EAI\
FA CT I S BT GENERAL ELECTRIC Mrs. D. J. Williams Atty. for rif. 1J-7 It 12-18 STATPT OF FLORIDA to: Frank .i
and family were visiting in Lake Ifarold 8trobel a: 2-c t'HH' Xenla.
AKA-St % Fleet Pout Office, New '
City Friday. T\TI FOR '
Mr. and Mr. A. A. Summer (!" Hill K.KIJ'... 1 \3) You are required to appear on ? '''w
j4j were visiting relatives In Starke NOTICK IS HEKJCnT GIVEN, January 7, 1048, In the above named m
That Honald Stern holder of Tax Court and cause, wherein plaintiff t
Sunday Certificate No. 1041. Ixiiued. the 7th seeks divorce and restoration
Mr. day of August A. IX 1089 has filed of maiden name. Bradford County
and Mrs. .
J. D. Scott and same In my office and has made Televrnph shall piiblleh this Order
L. r sr family went to St. Augustine Sun- appllontlnn for a tax deed. to b. In next, tour weekly lue ' ,'t
1. '
fr day. Issued thereon. Sold rertlftrate embraces Witness mv hand and official seal 4 '
the following "lenorlbrdproperty at Htarke Florida" this December
R. L. demons and son Gene In the County of S, 1015 }) ,w,4OFFICIAL
ford State of Florida, to-wit. ( anAL) A. 3. Thorn, ,
were visiting In Jacksonville Sun- WH of 8 EM of NKV; ..Dra"-I A... Clerk of said Court '
Fl ;
day Twp A H. n. 21 1C, (' T. Frank Tjindrum Rtarke f'7 Ia
lee.. Ally for Plf. 12-7 4t 12-28
Elizabeth acres. more or
McCarthy spent Sun- The axiiei<..nient. of the said l \property
day with Nadin Clark. under the .n 1,1, c-vrtlflratn Ia- i,;' t, _
I Mr and, H Mrs. Hearn and Mrs. Stern, I II
Eva Markham spent Sunday with Unless nld rertlflonlo shall ha ,
I I. W" r n ; Mr and Mrs Julian Scott. reileemt'd nrcurdlnti: to law t h eproperty I HOWDY'
I \ iterrlhe l I therein will be I"'I" n
Joe Thomas has gone on a tur sold) In I the hlitheHt Milder' at the '
the courthouse door on the first I.
key hunt. -'
I / -: vicio'4 courthouse. door on the first
F B. Clark and son John Brady 19411 which l. the 7th day of Jnnunry. ; :
I94d.Diitml FOLKS .
were deer hunting this week-end. I rAMiYj Boil thin tth day of December: I
They were successful for they r 1 194IS. '
"V i I brought home half of a deer. iJEEDS Clerk OKFirfAT( of Clrciilt 8HAn Court> A.of J.IJrmlford Thomas. '.'

Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis and County Florida. U-" U 12-28 Being the nntltorl/rd dealer. '.
daughter Beatrice and Truby _-
lit Watklnii rnxlucti, I ,
Thornton NOT.VJI1
were visiting In Lake '
City Friday. - U to certify that I have shut! |rre a t I y appreciateyour s.
BUILT BV GENERAL ELECTRIC SCIENTISTS Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Norman and - filed. my Final Acrnuntlnfr" with
/ family were visiting in Gainesville a fugitive from justice." Rev J.I the County Judge end will on the bUNln"", ... I protntNO y't; f y i
fyjCES X-RAVS OF 100 MILLION ELECTRON 8th day' of January, I 1040 otpply to
Saturday. L. West is the pastor. I aid Court for Final. DlHChnrne anAdmlnUtratrU
;! THESE SUPER X-RAVS MAY BE USEFUL Seeber Forsyth is home from The Presbyterian Church announces | The music will be under the direction I J. C. Mnnlnir "of......R..d.the Uxtato:This 7th of In return o o u r teoun and

DICAL AND ATOMIC RESEARCH. the hospital and we are glad he the following programfor of Mrs K. E. Lansing with I day of perember 1945. regular crvlrp.

i U better. Sunday. Dec. 9. Sunday Mrs. E. M. Davis at the organ. lea Delia 4t 12-28 Manning, AdmtnUtratrlx. st tl,4. u,
Y Mrs. Mary T. Brown and Mrs. School will meet at 9:45: with

'EVERY 15 MINUTES I Rachel Sasser of Starke spent the Mrs. Jeanette Young. Supt. The' NOTICU' TO .11..1'1"'

week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A. classes are endeavoring to build \War BondsTODAY of The HrmJford linnrd County of ruiillo Florida Inxtriftlon will receive R. L. SANDERS"The
A FARM BUILDING GOES UP W Brown and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. up attendance during the month [Buy ....1..1 hldH on:
.- 'I Clark. of December and is asked 2 r...n. Wheel bee Chassis
__ r IW FLAMES. ONE CHIEF CAUSE everyone 1 41 Passenger HUM Rudyl Watkins ,Man"I'll .
to attend. ((10 l'a".enle"l'( lui Body
; _: -SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION on or before Frldny' Pecember' 21,
OF HAY--CAN 0E AVOIDED 0Y flethodist Church Tho morning worship service at 'm" nnrriT. rnntT. 111I.'I''OIUI 1D4R fit lfl'00: A.1(. In It* office In See You Soon' '
/ 11 a. m. will be entitled "Escap- ( 01XT*. K1.0IIIII. IN lll\\-' : the County Courthouse at Starke, ,
NEW ELECTRICAL HAV-DRVIN3 I A wonderful report was givenat ing ,the penalty without becoming I 1'IS14Y.penvva .Roberts Plaintiff, v. I.mi and Hradfnrd lIuII Tlodlee('(" delivered Chanul to

SYSTEM WITH UNIQUE CONTROL the District Conference held

DEVELOPED I Iin Gainesville Wednesday and .. -
r'4GI Thursday. Those attending reporta -
BV 6.E. - - -..
wonderful conference and much ;;

i progress has been made in the "

; BREAQSJL District.The Rev. W. J. Churchwell will 1 t e.
,,. .
speak Sunday rnorn.lrg' an th
BV NUTRITION rnS topic "Stop Look and Listen."

OF GENERAL ELECTRIC ( The choir has arranged a good

_ INSTITUTE RANGES musical program. For the even-

KLV MADE BREADS I ing tional service singing there with will everyone be congrega-tak- I

m VITAMINS. THEIR S I ling part.

CRIES ARE MADE Youth Fellowship meets at 6:15: : .
for a snack, followed by an in-
: FOR; V RVa05V'SMore

/ terestlngJ each >Wednesday ro JX1. Prayer evening meetIng at- I '/E Outstanding values in beautiful pieces of fine jewelry

7:30: o'clock-a very helpful pro- S for your Christmas giving at amazingly low prices!
Goods for More People at Less.Cost. gram. \ C i ,

[NERAL $;$ ELECTRIC'' I Starke.COMMERCE JOIN: THE CHAMBKK and J help build OF at THE STAG, 139 W. Call 'Street n :

A Real Xmas SpecialIWDIKM
Lad i e s. 15JewelWITTNAUER -


|y've finished their job- r Nationally Advertised Dependable -.

WRIST WATCH Nationally (N'. curate AC-I I ,, ;

I Known Stjl.Ml !I .tf ;
'' PINK OK of Colored<< IMaln. I ; '' ',
's 5 ,
f.' f ry
1- : Xnuui I
42.50 up 4 t\\

47.50 $15 to $17
\ up I
I Of THIKIFICI : : Federal TaxIncluded II I
7 L Neerbe.rwa. Federal Tax Included Plus Tax

's.4 plen"d1

t.rrb'a. Bridut Set Buy JBritLtf Set '

lid lidJ
Another .'


Brilliant Blue White Victory H-CARAT SETTING

large diamond with I u r ;I, 'G
two smaller stone In Bond r' -- fir; ,

a beautiful It k. 'set BRILLIANT

IC4 ting. Wedding band DIAMOND

t ;. 4 t ry set with full cut diamond .'

r *. OTHER $7lOOF
r t

5f ,$I I 300 From $21.00 l. Tax Incl. tt"' '

Ladies'Birthstone Beautifully Worked


The Gift That. In Sure

To PI......,. t ,

? f c a
3 Ie. to 20 PC. :
HHBHHH *' flH" "
UhV M J5 B H M HMH| BHn BHBK.& | 1 +

the Peace in the Ii i
Buy Bonds: to Secure $3.95 ,

to Hold Two Pictures t ld ,
$35.QO 1'2.50 From $2.95 *

Bonds. help pay for the tremendous -
TIlE fighting is over . but we at Victory which
have one more big job to dot! cost of the weapons the bert of care won Plus 20 Per Cent Federal TaxiSTAG "

111 to back the Victory . anJ provide
Victory by making
of wounded.They help 1
peace ,secure . by helping assure the for our thousands in _tion.'
preventing fa
future by /
future of fighting assure
our farm improvements -. r
for future
((V".J" men, of ourselves, of They form a not backlog covered by current ins 1 I ,
America I I '
\t" cash in case of need p I t'w"SOLID
"". It's to buy'Victory come. As good as
i maturity
"E" Bonds return $ at
Bonds, and more Victory Victory
.. invested. .
(Bonds . to make the for every $3 .

I Victory Loan a triumph, Do your share. . share !In the VIctoryl "A NAME TO R E M E M B E R" '

to match our war tri Buy Victory Bonds today. OO.LD r

tunphs! GENUINE DIAMOND A Complete I Assortment i ;

139 W. Call St. Expert Watch Repairing
FLORIDA BANK at 21.00 For Every Taster ;-


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r : W\\GF mOIlT'; f BRAfmRn cmnvrv. TKWJORAPH. STARKK.H. """nRmA FRID.U'
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Rotations Hear day afternoon In Tallahassee, t tI
; Influence Over Women
I 'where aha wan laid to rest by her
fA Executive Officer husband In the* family plot f iz
:,; Is Puzzling Social Problem! Of Personnel CenterLt. Woodlawn Cemetery; and the
; r final service was conducted by the

I Col. W A. Schilleter Execui Rev. Edward Pendergrasa, district

'i; Why women fall in love with heels Is a question that' has i tive Officer of the. Personnel Cen- I|: District.superintendent of the TallahasseeI

: baffled us all at times as we see the insouciant philanderer ter, Camp ..Blanding was guest Survivors are her four children::

t casually\ winding the object of his momentary affections? I speaker at the Rotary Club Wednesday -, Mrs. S. S. Dowllng. H H. Stro-

\' around his well-manicured, little finger. giving a graphic description man", ,at Stark; W. C. Stroman
; : I of,TaUahasweifU Sand! ;)ire. James B,
;\ And all of us know what the outcome will be, whether,the, of the technique employed In Godbold '(It' Jacksonville.. Also

;, victim mouse-like little Amy or the glamorous and ultra- processing men through the Sepa- six grandchildren.There .

J I': a c''l sophisticated Yvonne-because they are the Colonel's Lady I ration Center at the rate of, 400 were many beautiful I, 3

..". and Judy'O.)Grady, : all over again where the heel is concerned. I Ito 600 a day. I II floral and Tallahassee.offerings both from Starke
Col. SchiHeter stated that the :
I \
) Big edg'In-favor: of the heel:- 'PeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home N
the heel has infinitely time:
more object is not only to discharge
!,' ever the more prosai. type of male I to concentrate on his prey. Where I of Starke and Cully Funeral
f\ n i' la hli! utter*lack -of ethics or re the ardent swain of the non-heell eligible men at the fastest rate Home of Tallahassee were In
I , ./ ponslbllity, which permits him t r 1 d concentrate on charm according ders flowers for his beloved in complete orientation course so that I
""f ,: ,' 4l I ;) to *n article in the November is. much the same fashion as he'd order -: they will be better fitted to( re- Local AAF SurplusThe J
of Good
'. sue Housekeeping' maga. a crate of merchandise the heel: sume their role In civilian life. I jToiAPLETE SELECTION TOP
: a ,d T' makes a production of the gift. | Col.! SchlUeter Is a member of Army air' field at Keystone _,,_.....___"I. ",,. ._.. _.... ...QUAL'.. ',
i .1III: .
; r "A heel's work consists mainly Not for him the commonplacebox the Rotary Club of Tyron. N./C., Heights is among a group of 18 "",,: __ __' '" .1J" ,:!<:. .!O.,_ < 1 IIt's
:" td' t of making life pleasant for hIm. of American beauties or the; his home-- and has been at Blan in, Florida scheduled to be declared --.
i' V 1 1 self." the writer state "lie wants good'old squat azalea plant but a', ding since he set the 'huge, surplus. An Associated
: up
It' to be A heel' haven hereon Just Like the Big Ones I So.o Solt
; happy. single camellia lacquer-red<<1 and Personnel Center last May. He Press dispatch stated that South- and/Silq;
earth is kind of hollow
a a frosted with dew or a single to the ern members of Congress have "
't9 Y was! accompanied meeting: if; lto
J )a pace in which he operates with of tiny orchids. t. ;
spray green j byVT. Sgt. Ovid Lewis a Bradford been notified that the fields would TOE
\ 's charm untroubled by responsibilities far the ladles them., "
And as \
so '
serviceman statlone far
," County now be closed immediately as as
h' or money care'ond; if any unpleasantness selves are concerned there Is this'' at the Blanding Personnel Center Army Air' Force activity is con- iE'LmpI Nn () : \
invades his domain,, when the'
be said for the heel
to : "
Following Col Shllleter'a talk cerned. The Keystone:: Field has .\TW\
he doesn't fight it-he simply van charm been l
of his has
; dls-I
members of the Club entertained status for
were been
on a "standby" ,
ishes. One minute he's there. Come ,, : th
; polled by concrete evidence of hi:, by Sgt. Charles Police who about a year. 11.90 ;' j
It'l"'n'; r trouble, he's gone. caddishness there will still remain, sang several popular old numbers
"This is one reason for the etcr. vagrant tender memories of how -- ,
;' accompanying himself on the ...... ,...._-- ..,. PI.
sal youthfulness of heels; no frown he hung on your every word of the guitar.Lt. -- .us II(!
: ''w of worry ever mars their unlined spray of tiny green orchids he used'! Baa a spring dial with number and letters Just like SCOTTY 2.98
Col.! T. T. Long of Starke the grown-ups' :phones. And It's almost as big as the
;"i c brows no upset tummy disturbs to send you, of the melting look W.C.T.U. JD's
f +: ,gI', ;;, pr' .i the, set of their concave waist- that suffused his face when you] recently returned from duty in real ones atteench a big I""U 1' &Jmoll
:,'tl,,' r r i+. Japan, waa a guest of the club at es ong.B1IIb4t
r, coats. entered the room -for of such) plush' with
i this meeting and other guests included "IT TAKES STRONG SELF- big ribbon log
4 Unfettered by responsibilities things as. these is the genus heel]
t+ and concomitant<< ; mundane worries, fashioned. Henry and Emory Guy J. DISCIPLINE"
:j h. Ir Gary Ennls, and Fletcher Burnett
- ----- -- - - -- : / Actionl I Sound I He't Hand
of Gainesville The bat n I n tc of Arabian PaMeJWaddling
Lot 01
i horse requires, that they respond UucilBattle
C of C To Advertise
Funeral SundayFor Instantly. to the sound of

w1 Vacancies On Ships I Fashions ''J Mrs. StromanAfter a certain their! trot Before they taking are-

'(i Through: the instrumentality of ',/
tied behind a high-walled corral //11111'/ '
a lingering illness Mrs. ,,
n r TJSO staff members here permJ Qv within sight and wound of ,1111"1
r 4; .t} lon has been granted by Naval W. S Stroman 'passed away Sat- fresh water for days. They 1111/,:/::111
urday night at. the home of her food o drink. "' ,",
are given no r /
for the Starke Chamberof
f daughter Mrs. S. S. Dowllng-
When their lcus; and nhouhlemare
b of Commerce to post notices on N. Walnut St. A brief but Impressive More' from straining to Push MU3IPTIIUCK

c the bulletin boards of all ships In funeral service was held reach the water they are re- 1.25Makes DUCK 1.49 3.98Beautifully
F the Green Cove Springs fleet I, Sunday afternoon at the'family ,|PHMI.: << As they dash w'Mly,
a q residence. entertaining sounds colored. Has free wheeling aapy 4
i'c'c berthing I area stating that rocAna The Rev. W. J, Churchwellpastor toward the'drink. the whistle.I when It's pulled by the 25- Waddles when he'. >palled> brightly and beiuttMt
p floumt* Only those so true Well made.
apartments Inch handle. colored.
and e
available In
are t st of the deceased was in chargeof
I to their training that they re-
v Starke. I 4' the service; and "Abide With '
i. I turn Instantly to the corral,
(, Since the personnel at Camp ; Me" was sung aa a quartette by are considered lIul t ale!: forbreeding
'l' Ulnnding has been greatly decreased -I' Mrs. A. Z Adkins, Mrs. W. J. purp..sell.In .
Churchwell Mrs. E. K. Perryman Cute as Call Bel,
In recent months, a considerable J the same way only persons -
and Mrs. T. H. Osborne. whose self-dlNClj'llne is t
number of' rooms and Mrs. Stroman born Jan. 26, '
.d was strong' enough to hold them to Sh. Every Little Clrl'tWish v
4 I, apartments 'in "sta'ri arenow I 1863 in Leon County Florida and practice abstinence In view of for Christmas (
most of her life In Tallahassee -
vacant. It In spent
believed that Navy all social pressure for the drink
,, t i tt 'onnel would 'come here from All-season coats with removable the last ten years'she re- custom and the alluring ad-
en Cove Springs If they were .button.In lining shown above as sided in Starke. She was married vertising by press and radio,
i? '''Lr rmed of the fact that accom- pictured in the November issue of Feb. 16. 1885 to Walter S. Stro- can be sure of reaching the reward J Ninctcon-Incli I' V
man and to this union five chil- .
latlons are available here. Good Housekeeping magazine maybe of mental, spiritual and J ,
I __ ; worn over formal town clothes. dren were- born. Since childhoodshe physical freedom _',.. I 3.49
YOU ARE NlmED: In the (These coats have a sophistication was a faithful .fnember of (The Union Signal) BABi Chair '
I' ', 4 cal y' CHAMBER OF COMMKrtCE. [that did not exist in raincoats_ of the Methodist church.. g' ,r:?? .. ", Cheerful,eWortBlMntal\ I
I J design in swell mull UW\]
t'', 9 JoiN TODAV. la--few.-. .years. --ago.- Final rites were conducted Mon- I M BOLL chair: that will tan half
1 i L knocks. 19-incU height
0 f h+ ,.i i? B i :.ri };8tf.. \'"-';\"\ l" "AIfIJ-J'fil'!{: /<".I. r Np;d'1())'i'iJlIv. -:. C ::..
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"- VII,\ .....- -' JJ r-.J.:4'IKII........ %,-1/),.-\ II. "iir Fun for Everybody'

ill L l m.- .:\.' \\ 4.98 Pr, /ywrA, rY''

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I .( l' ...J1 ,V.. Her eyes move and her long lubes are definitely: "glamour JIN
2'a ...Lr", ""' ( J/r'/ girt She wears a. beautiful flock dot dress and matching
'II -
ih \! I s. bonnet, cute ttndles., locks and bootees.! Composition head,
r, )( \) l lI SHOULD BE PRACTICAL, anna and legs. JBINGO98c

\-i"-' Other Beautiful Dolls................,..........98e to 9.9S. A old favorite! toll

1 r rf it / ): ,.! >," "'+ .1 That's t Why We Urge You To Give Clothes. winter of good entertainment evenings. for lei

f \,,
Built to Last Everylitd.BoyWantSOMo

k %

Sport Jackets 13.95 ,
i' o

t Hats -' 3.25 & 4.00 FABRIC

g; ;I .' Dress Pants 450; up 18.50I I ,Judy's Farm 98cBvflds GUN KIOLSTEIl A. DWheellJarrow SET 1.49

I OTHER 1.98 : a barD, fence, animals ,. leather holster with s P
r- All Types of Dolls yrt eci* dealm wd and bin WIth auto, ..nAlie fano belt and shoulder .tra"
., of a frisky: dog rte famllT.l Bealiatio plastic goo.

i Sport - - -
Make Your Selection "
FOR HIM I - :-- - - - ---

$;l1if 4 r 6.50. Early. Use Our Lay- Coats He'll,, Look Wonderful Under the Orfrfmoj Tre. MeetMickeyaedti55CW'

'11 ___ Away Plan ,\,\......._.. MAGIC

12.95 : SLATB
t WalkingDOG

,j 4 s LovelyChenille / BEDROOM. SLIPPERS' l&O \b:-<.Y,', :i ''l1 I ' :- 98' ,

Robes .. I ,..,, -- 1.39
.. -

'" .7.75- --.D R-S' S iF. S .!Pall e the string and be walks along as Dice ft. little pet ii I Lift writing up the dli dl PP la at VUM
Eon ever awl SeT.n
and a aalfn height. '..,wI! !".1Ic11 t.udadal

I Children'sDRESSES
Large Variety rEntire
>' C For Family

'lr SIZES ., ,a Now Available' S.ven-CupCopacifr

1.45' to 2.75 to Select From C

1.85 9 to 52 The FanMMM Firestone SEE=
to 2.95 All Kinds, from Fancy to Plain

and Practical DELUXE CHAMPION ,..,KERJ

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The tin that stays cater lon ., and 5
EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT ALSOLADIES the only tin bull with the famous

The t O ar-Orlp Tread extra strong BafU-"
I Lock, Gnnvl>lj>pd Cord Body; and Makes: dellclons :ceKe w.4

8aftl-8nrd Construction for greater' every tlDle. 4bta:" "
Hats strength and longer mileage against beat eluded! .

STORE : SkirtsB1o - - - - - Coffee

s - - - - - ...

; uses

yl . . j Bags J. P. ROBERT'S 'MOTORS ID

600 FLOR
r Temple 'Ave. STARKE,

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+ V J -' '. .... .... ,;. .. J.. ....
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Official County Publication Established In 18'11 .VIA R BO N D S ,

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IE Sl.. -F.I--T '._.._- -- --------.- STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY UECE\IDKR: 7, 1845 NITMlll'R' RJ<:V1I'.N"Ti. . .
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To Housewives 'teaspoon grated orange rind and HOW WAR BONDS YEARLY LT. T. II. OSBOKNKU1TRHT
one tablespoon orange juice. BakeIn I CROW IN VALUE AT RAIHO PARTYLt. moat of whom were patients or i
nurses at '
iET; POTATO well greased deep casserole un- aooI T. H. Osborne, husband of hospitals
I1abelle S..Thursby til well browned'. Serve with Mrs. T. It. Oaborne of Starke, near Hollywood attended the
Food Economist ham. was a guest at Tom Breneman's special broadcast over the ABC ,

alan like sweet pota- Sweet Potato "Breakfast in Hollywood" party network Each guest received a
fcrldians Pone
fortunately a good sup- for servicemen on Thanksgiving.More gift of $S In cash with the compliments dy't
hand from the many Ingredients: 1 qt. grated raw than 400 men and women, of the program. '' '

an the state.. And sweet potatoes 2 eggs, 1 cup cane ,
all like over the deep yellow syrup, 1-4 to 1-2 cup melted but- I

I rich In sugar, mln- ter or other fat, 1 cup milk, 1-2 V ri.b .
',oJ d vitamins. cup flour, 1-2 teaspoon nutmeg, 1 COURTESY
':era teaspoon cinnamon < ;:-
and 3-4 teaspoon .
., sweet potatoes Is of a I salt. I in all the thoughtful relations of Ser- '' k
"t, taste and perhaps I'uv, with convenience ?
Sift and )
moIst I dry ingredients together. completeness -
The deep in contrast yellow to the Combine with remaining Ingredi-I :Tf as welt as fareful economy in the' ;
variety of the North IsNIplain ents. Put mixture In baking dish measure that it is needed '
rd type
baked, "Mother and bake in a slow oven about

[ pudding' 80 called no- two and a half hours, or until I y'!'... t""
done, stirring occasionally at first. _
Lid be finer, and perhaps __ _
fine universally preferredrvlng' During the last 30 minutes discontinue DEWITT C. JONES
stirring and allow pone .
in many t9 brown. Many prefer to serve AMBULANCE SERVICE ..a q '
be prepared
may this dish cold with milk
or cream.
course, In salla Funeral Director
I main
the When cold it can be sliced. It is
dessert. Here are three also served hot with meats. r ; : STARKE PHONE 7 y',,
: ;
ivorite.methods I_
Sivwt Potato Pie CARD OF THANKSWe Our local funeral home enables us to

iweU and steam or boll In wish to express appreciationfor I offer conveniences and services not s t

1 until soft, five medIumt the many words of sympathyand At x i15t otherwise available
t potatoes. Drain. Mash for the beautiful floral of-
put throughdd We furnish the highest type serviceat the lowest ; a
Ltii pulp or ferings during our recent bereave- w prices and
generous piece of but- ment. '.r '' accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, issued by ANY com
| In two whole eggs, 1Zey pang as payment In part or In full '
:d -Family of Mrs. A. A, Wain- on a funeral. Consultation tkkeh a'
or cane'syrup, and wright. carries no obligation.
f-2 cup cream. Add .one .


I -. ::::..:..-.-- -:: -::-- ::. ::: -. -' -
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tre I ------ -- "-- --- -- -- : :: .. =:=3
people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other, I : if;:
I ::::1.,
k must be... A J $8 V 'iJi\ u r
tYr G

IrL Id 21s1 !rd nth .r Ii 6ih ?eat fith Slh 10th

Beginning :3:30 I:; and Every 2 Hours I

r Increase Worth%of THE RENFRO VALLEY GANG

In Total the Yr. IT'S SURPRISING-how War ponds grow In value and Stars from the GRAND OLE OPRY trf rt ,
Yr5.. Value Value Before each year.. If heM until maturity they earn 333 V4
per cent .nd they have a yearly added value. Theharl Also Metro News and Feature 4 '
1 tt 6,00 t 155 67% lelU It* own story for a 910O Serin E Ilonil.
IC&KO The >cal. to the left show how a tliOOU; Series E "THE BIG SHOWOFF"
2 10.00 165. Dond rowi.. lite chart iihowi that the increase laS
16.00 '1801.96 value U greatest In the later yean of the bond's Admission Prices 26c and GOc
n : life. Not how the of Interest .
y pe 1A..Ir 20'00 rate goes up In the -
MMI aYN tia..psy t 4". 800 ollo56 aeeond three year of the bond'. life. Study the I ,
G 20,00 820 2.50 Inereaie In the $1,000 bond. Holder of bond I. .
JMV .r ..aB,Aran.,C.wYnr,cr.wn., N.Na,al.wt the last few yean, considering the above would, I ' SUN. MON DEC. 0 10, _
6. 20.00 840 2.44 :a literally be throwing money away to eaih them '. ..,.
.fI' 40 00 880 '4.1S prior to maturity. The New York Stock Eehan.e "GUEST WIFE" i
in the more than ISO year of It* exUtenee ha .
8 '! n.oo 920 4.I5 5 never recommended other bond than tho. of the ,Don Ameche Claudette Colbert '''rl

9 40.00 960( 4.35United State*. j News and Cartoon

,.... 10 40.00 1,000. 4.17 '" I
... _
e Starke Saturday.Mr. .
Economist Advises and Vs- O. BrookIns of Haver Joan Leslie Fred McMurray
Farmers To Invest Theresa Hampton entertained, the Hope Also Two Shorts and Cartoon

rJ. Baptist Church Sunday School
In War BondsAs lly Irene Cochrane
with a candy pulling and welner
. . . . . . '. roast at their home Friday night. RITZ ,
the dollar now Is worth 22 B. F. Veale of St. Andrews and is
Everyone Invited to attend
cents less than It was six years son B. M. Veale of Norwood,
ago, the safest course for Florida Ohio were visiting his sister, Mr. prayer meeting each Wednesday .
FRI. SAT. DEC. 7. 8 {
I night at the Christian Church. 'r
farmers to follow today In to Invest and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane and
YS ARE ARRIVINGOUR as much of their money aa family recently. B. M. Wale was Mrs. B. M. BUnkenshlp Is visit- Double Feature & mack Arrow Serial No. 3
ing her mother, Mrs. E. S.
they can In Victory bonds pay off Loper.
Just discharged from the
PLACE . debts and avoid going Into debt army. Mr and Mrs. Marvin Davis and "CYCLONE PRAIRIE RANGERS"With
at this time, and buy only the Willie Swindell of JacksonvilleIs children visited Mr. and Mra. K.
Chas. +
Starrett & Dub
his mother Mrs. S. R. Taylor t'
We visiting ,
have received a nice assortment of lovelyand things they need, Zach Savage, S. Loper over the week-end. and k'
useful toys to delight the hearts of the State Agricultural Extension Ser- Swindell.Mr. Mrs. E. S. Loper and daughter, -

youngsters. Rocky horses, life-like dolls and vice economist, advises. and Mrs. W. W. Packhamwere Mrs. B. M. BlankenshIp spent "THREE'S A CROWD"SUN.
many other items to choose from. Select "Our dollar today" he explained -i visiting In Jacksonville Wednesday Tuesday with Mrs A. H. Kel ey.
"will buy only 78 percent as We welcome Mr and Mrs. Ben i1 T'V
NOW, while' the selection is good. I
many goods as It bought In 1939 Mrs. Clyde Hall was shopping Loper Into our community. MON. DEC. 9. 10 ", i tf

Use Our Lay-Away Plan BO! going into debt now may meana in Starke Friday. Miss Elizabeth Phillips of "GUEST IN THE
very difficult Job of paying off Mrs. Florence Moore of Starke Starke was visiting her father, HOUSE" .
SEE US FOR BICYCLE TIRES when the value of the dollar rises. was visiting her brother and sister D. J. Phillips and family for the Anne Baxter Ralph Bellamy IItv
On the other hand debts that were Mr. and Mrs. A. 1.. Sullivan. week-end. News and Short

MAKE acquired In 1939 or before, when Miss Martha Home of Hamptonwas -.-- - - --- y,y
the value of the dollar was visiting; Truman Dickinson TUES. WED. TIIURS. DEC. 11 12 13 -
higher, are much easier to pay Tuesday afternoon. 1tfnJ'm/J"g;, "THE CLOCK"Judy '
TARKE AUTO SUPPLYYour off now than they were then." Miss Patsy Hall of Gainesville

A producer as well as a con- spent the week-end with her aunt, DOUBLE DUTY Garland Robert Walker
Christmas sumer, the farmer should striveto Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and family. Also Short and Cartoon _
Gift Headquarters produce as high quality pro Mrs. J. C. Cochrane and nephew

- 214 EAST CALL ST. _____ ducts as possible to get top pricesfor B. M. Veale were shopping in DOLLARS ]. - -
them and also, to demand as

high quality as possible In the j -- ... i
goods that he buys for his own
the economist explained
qualIty" he said "should be accepted -
only as a last resort, for
manent Employment With Job Security the lowering pf the quality of
goods without a corresponding decrease -
Young ,, In price Is a form of. in- ,
"omeq aces ,33 are needed to be trained "
$5 telephone operator No experience nece aar7. Whether the dollar will continueto LET US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Storage Room ,

Good Pay while learning aDd Increases _ured. government shrink In policies value will and depend consumer on .. m ___. .. ____ _

Imp $ O.OO fop 40 boon work. Time and one action, but It Is poor economyto RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING f
bit for go Into debt when the valueof ..,
over time and hours worked In excess of EXPERT )
40 In t the dollar to low and with the ALL SIZE TIRES AND TUBES .. ( 4;',+
.any one week. Time and one half for Son prospect of Its value Increasing ,' '.
ts1 work and extra pay for late boon. TAd ser- before the debt can be paid off. WORKMANSHIP 2'1'-HOUR SERVICE BEST MATERIAL''
fl4e: furnished. "Farmers should accept their I
responsibility of seeing that the I
'foam( is suchas .
of our government ,
policy --
opportunity for promotion and a fIne future -
It ton to retire the national debt and ALL WORKGUARANTEED 7.a...
are ambitious. to aid In maintenance of a high GRADE A RUIfBER, AVAILABLE NOW' ;'

"leatlona ;' level of employment, production, I ;.' tP
with pay sickness, benefits, a pension and income In all segments of our

plan, comfortable lounge and club room and plant **- economy," Mr. Savage declared.
''UiTOtindJDKs. "This policy offers one means of yOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR Starke Tire ServiceADJOINING
combatting Inflation on the one FINEST WATCH TO OUR
dome in hand and deflation on the other- CARE
today for complete Information and talk .
to :\frs. depending on the public actions TEMPLE GARAGE
Edith Cameron. noun 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.. needed at the time because of I Temple Ave.

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE' is Ing business essential to provide conditions to both the-stability rural thereby and help-that urban TheSTAG COME IN AND SEE OUR AEROPLANE TIRES .


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THOMAS E. LEWIS publish this Order In next four
I The RJB High School Chorus:1 Victory Bonds Help Him PFO weekly lasueo.Witness ..
Thanksgiving : hand
furnished music under the direction ATTENDS MP SCHOOL my official

!, j l At Colored Church of Geneva Battles who has Pfc Thomas E. Lewis of Rt. 2, seal at 9 Starke, 1946.OFFICIAL !. Florida. this November ;
, REpAiOSa
. t ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
!)' charge of the musical department Starke Is one of the combat vet As Clerk of said Court.
g t'I A Thanksgiving service waa of the school.At who have been selected for E. K. Perryman. Starke, Florida -.
it. keld at New Bethel Baptist I the close of the exercises a erans Atty for Plf. 11-16 4t 12-7 ? ,
Church with MP duty In the European Theatre p
an Inspiring
message collection was taken In the NOTICE OMJJs
Ji'. delivered by the pastor at 3 p. m. amount of $973.68 which was raised and are now attending the Olse NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

t; Many members and visiting I to $100<1.68 during Sunday for MP Training School at Romllly the business undersigned under the are fictitious engaged name In

t. 4 friends were present I the new school project. France Pfc Lewis, whose wifeIs of The Chatter Box at 218 Temple 4 DAHMER's'
+; At 8 p. m., the Rev. H. Blont Ave., Starke Florida, and Intendto

,,: 1 r'i''i delivered the main address of the JOIN TIlE C II A M B R R OF the former Betty Christine Dixon register the office the of said the.fictitious Clerk of nameIn the GIFT SHOP

t. day. He Is pastor of the :Mt. COMMERCE and help build I fought In the Ardennes Rhineland "Irciilt Court of Bradford County '"ONE

t Uoriah M. E. Church of Starke. Starkn.I and Central Germany campaign Florida. Juanlta M. Mitchell 66 '

t ur ; ,; y{ as a member of the 3rd 11-23 4t 12-14 Oeorg-e A. Mitchell. aJBBJgLp11ReifAfS j !

I\?" i* sA ; -FOR- Armored Division. NOTICE- t.
W Sr FRANK HEMINGWAY, .JR. This Is. to certify that I have
Concrete Block Construction DISCHARGED FROM NAVY filed my Final Return and madeapplication
to the County Judge of
II" a ,Frank O. Hemingway. Jr., AMM Mradford County. Florida for Final
,". Any Type Building 1-c son of :Mr and Mrs. F. C. Discharge as Executors at the
Estate of C. P. Ward deceased and
::1 Hemingway of Starke. Is being that said application for dischargewill For
Floors Sidewalks' 4 YourCo
0 Steps returned I to civilian life throughthe be. heard upon the 26th day of
D"rember.L.19411. This Nov. 20. 1945.
I: ''t Steel Window Bond is Navy's separation center In Earner 1.,;. Ward and Harvey Ward
Casements IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA A Baddy Bay a Victory an Executors. 11-23 4t 12-14 uSSffi$3st
"i' the slogan of Southern California. .hId....* Victory" Bond drive. this Memphis Tenn. < !
1 ?fi, ( Also emmler. DenuMutraUag Is HUe Beverly' J aaa* Lab of City College With a record of 72 months-In rv: CIRCriT COURT. BRADFORD trouble to heeg,IIJI
t' '; of Lot As eles and the attentive (yes, bo'. W) soldier .. Sergt. ArnnlfoArvizn the service and 44 months of overseas COUNTY. FL.OKIUAI CIIANCUItY. to soothe laden IIId lid
Lumber Direct From Mill wounded laf.alJ'7Dl..s.ea... at Bbmlnchani. General duty In the Pacific Heming- Marjorie Marie 8 h e f field Link, flamed bronch1a1 anll heal ra"

tltxpiuL . way has been awarded the Presidential Plaintiff, vs. Howell Coogler Link. brane& '.ren JOUr lIJllCOUI
-- --- -- Case No. 4187. B bottle 1II
i J. MAURICE: EDWARDS: Unit Citation.His ORDER OF PUBLICATION of Creomujoderstanding 111III
.' GENERAL CONTRACTOR "Being Sound In God's Statutes." wife Eloise has been re ld. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR quickly anays you lIJust>l1te1llt
j at' Oakdale Calif.NOTI"E. STATE OF FLORIDA to: HowellPoorler to bave coUgb cr
Ing your
pt! PHONE 91 In-anity"-W. Lick. 345373, 2571st aC.
U., Med Det. Med. Co. Fort Bel- CREOMULll
Walnut St. volr, Virginia.f (
( ; ....... -lj TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are required to appear on for Caudas.Chest
; Colda"
Thin Is to certify that on the December 24, 1946 In the above B ,
LETTERS 17th day of December, 1945 I will named Court and cause, wherein
: ; Prompt Service Careful Drivers apply to the County Judge"; of plaintiff seeks divorce. PTadford
(, Bradford County to sell at private County Telegraph shall publish this
TO SANTA CLAUS ale for cash the Interest of William Order In next four weekly Issues.Wltne .
V. Qlover Jr. a minor In ." my hand and official
; STARKE TAXI SERVICE Dear Santa Claus: and to the following deHcrlbeolandi. seal at Starke Florida, this November fpoua
S M'L In Bradford County Florida. 21, 1946.OFFICIAL.
,. I want a doll and a bicycle. I to-wit: One-half Interest. tn and ( SEAL) A. J Thomas,
'i to West-hull of Block 11. according As Clerk of said Court. .
j andMACK'S also want a bathrobe and some I to Knxcy Survey of Hamp- R. H. Duncan, 517 Lynch Bldg"
bedroom slippers. And please ton, Florida and Rait-half of TackMonvtlle, Flol'1dlttYB.. for
i Hlock 31 And 32 of Blandon'$ Ad- Plf 11-23 4t 12-14
Santa, bring all friends what _
my dition to Town of Hampton Flor- ? -
U'nma I.. Clover, As OUArdlan. COt"'TY, FLORID I IN CHAN. C. av
\ Judy Ree Casey Graham Fla.
I 11.16 fit 12.7
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Phone 150 Howard Tucker, Plaintiff vs. Anna
Dear Santa: I IN "IRCt'IT COt'llT. nRAI>FOKICOT'S > Tucker Defendant Cane. No 4188.
e 4 o Night I am a very little boy. I wanta AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR -
STATE OF FLORIDA to: AnnaTuck..r.
I Plaintiff, Charlie
I bathrobe and but if White vs.
a tricycle whose address Is 1406 Prlncexs -
I t White, fendant.! Cane No. 4189.
you don't have any just don't ORDER OF PUBLICATION Avenue, Camden, New Jersey. T
You are required to appear on Ip,
' bring it until you can make some. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR December 24, 1945 In the above
4 FOR Red Cross Ready Bring me a train, some candy White whose. residence and ad- named Court and .cause wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
x CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE and apples and I want a rockle drexa Ic: Houthwentern. State Hospital County Telegraph" shall publish thisOrder
To Aid Veterans Marlon Virginia.You
4d horse, too. In next four weekly Issues.WltneHs .
A 4} f 7 l fI are hereby required to appear my hand and official seal.
I w Furniture Refinishing and Repairs With BenefitsWith i Tommy Dyal Graham. above on named December Court 17th and 1848.cause.In the at 21, Starke 111411. Florida this. November

wherein plaintiff s se k a dlvor. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
7 Interior Decorating the end of war the armed Dear Santa: Bradford County Telegraph Khali As Clerk nf said Court
i } Kitchens forces are ready for the greatest Just a few lines to let you knowI publish this Order In' next four Wm. D. Morgan Fifth Floor ClarkBldg In
Remodelled and Cabinets weekly InsuesWltnen .
Fla. for
Jacksonville Atty
demobilization In history. The am a little boy 9 years old. I .. my hand and official Plf. 11-21 4t 12-14 case of I

; ; Installed American Red Cross stands readyto would be glad if you would get,, seal vember at Starke IS, 1945., Florida this No-
assist Bradford County's re me a bicycle football and dart
a Accident.
A. J. Thomas, Yoj
:M s' Y Eddie Hartman Furniture Mfg. Co. turning veterans In securing the set for Christmas. I am a very A.. Clerk of Bald Court. 4 ACT w mm7OR
T. Frank I-andrum, Starke, Fla.
{ government benefits to which they good little boy and I will appreciate -
Phone Atty. for Plf. 11-16 4t 12.7
or are entitled and to help them it very much If' I could have best fricndi

with the many problems they face them for Christmas. IN rmrriT COURT BRADFORD ACID INDIGESTION
In their return to civilian life. CO U.,.TV, Fi.OIt1DAI IN CHANCERY -
Your friend
Accident Po
iI1 Judge E. K..Ferryman Chairmanof Richard Kuhn, Box 145, Starke Charles F Bresette Plaintiff, vs
: 'j Bradford_ County Chapter said No.Mary 4168 I,. Bresette, Defendant. Case Charley E. Job

today r I CommissionersMet ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND '
V MARTIN'S RESTAURANT Mrs. Ruth Morse and Mrs.! Edward NOTICE TO APPEAR : :_i AgencyPhone
t STATE OF KI/OIUDA to: Mary I \ ;
Burna have Just returned MondayAt
L. Bresette, whose residence and IS STARK!
from Gainesville where they attended address. Is: 209 Sewall Street Augusta -

l veteran's the regular meeting,, of the , Maine. to,
yts a conference on "
; FORMERLY You SOeCDCarpenfer'sDrug
'y { I, JOE'S GUILL'OPEN' are hereby required to appear .
claims and benefits..' At the meet- County Commissioners, permission on December 17th. 1945. In'the :

ing It wa emphasized .that the was granted to a delegationfrom wherein above named plaintiff Court necks and cause divorce.Bradford ., .""

ALL NIGHT work of the,American Red Cross the'Chamber of 'Commerce County Telegraph shall Storr .Representing THE!TRAVELER!,H
at home will of necessity continue to erect a small concrete block weekly publlnh Issues this Order In next tour

and In some respects will Increase, office building on the courthouse Witness. my hand and official ,
particularly In ,those services related grounds for their use. seal at Starke, Florida, this No-
vember 13, 1948.
j to the serviceman the ex- The decision of the board to dis- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .
GOOD QUICK'FOOD serviceman and hU family. continue their monthly donation ,As Clerk of said Court.
:T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. BUG
Newest developments In veter- to the County Health Unit was Atty. for Plf. 11-1C 4t 1S-7

SERVICE .n'. claims and benefits were discussed discussed and they decided to -
; 1',, I J and a program planned continue the donation for this IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
I which will enable the Bradford month and reach a final decisionat CERY. TRANSFER COMPANY!

County Chapter to provide the the January meeting.Carl John It. Cole Plaintiff vs.. Carolyn
, Cole Defendant. Cane No 4182.
h greatest possible service for returning -, Ritch was selected to ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
; .k REASONABLE. PRICES servicemen. Veterans de-; make some repairs and needed NOTICE TO APPEAR LOCAL, & LONG DISTANCE HAULM\

.; 44 -. I siring assistance are' advised to changes to the county Jail plumb- Cole STATE, whose OF residence FLORIDA,and tot Carolyn address
contact Bradford County Chapter Ing. Is unknown. PHONE 179
the Armory Building, Starke Commissioners M. O. Harrell You are hereby required to appear
on December IS, 1946 the
FULL COURSE Judge Perryman said. E. L. Crawford J. I* Wynn andT. above named Court and cause, FRANK BROADWAY L. M.\ GABESl;
C. Chastain were present. wherein plaintiff .seeks divorce.
50c Bradford County Telegraph shall
DINNER Church Of ChristA

r .
cordial welcome Is extendedto

; everyone to attend the servicesof Have Coke
L the Lord at the Church of Special today. . a
; z kk Enjoy Good Food Served In Christ. .

Bible Study and Worship at the

d Clean, Quiet SurroundillgsCONWAY'S regular hours Sunday, except :

that the evening services are at F' ; Eii
1 f o'clock. : i" C4,

Subjeot of the morning lesson.

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;t PHONE 147 RING 2 Iron SERVICE: '.'
n I : 1 ; vi, IM
4 "
Oil Changing T iEYkE'RI AU.Y 1? t .ct \ .

i Greasing 2 PR 1W Goof i66S i
4 i
a \ I Ib
Washing I know a 1 lot of employers and .

Polishing I know a lot of workers,and they I ,
are both good guys.

Tire Repairs They ought to know each other

better.If a fir err
y j1ii NIet
? an employer could go home t
.,re Whti ELECTRIC ARC WELDING with ati average worker,he'd find {, 1: ,,
4 : that he'a a good family man,fair I' I 1. ',1'e
minded honest and Interested in

>a.1 w'' AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR his work. But sometime he'a
fooled by some professional rab-
: OIL & GREASEr ble-rouser into thinking his boas

is a skunk.If rjK
,1yL'Ali a worker knew the average

Quaker State employer, he'd see that he is a

worrying, headachey guy with a . place like home for the pause that refreshes
#a w ro Oil lot of troubles, willing, to be fair, ..

Sealed Containers and not making nearly as much After a bustling day shopping what relief home
,It4&, profit as you might imagine. a to get for a chanceto

i -g, RIDE Portrait pause and refresh with ice-cold Coke. Coca-Cola is right at homein i

1 MOTOR LINES BATTERIESTake of a your refrigerator. That's where it belongs to bring you, your family

'' & GREYHOUND HappyWife G and your friends the pause that refreshes on a short moment's notice.

p : For Safety et: ,.1."afIII Have a supply always on hand. Coke to% G0

Comfort & Economy tV Jlaf6G I She Lets Us Do The 'Coca-Col a'and Its

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FL S. School JournalEditorial f.I Victory Loan TraineeIS Daytona Beach, Fla. Alt;. for Pit iv, rmrriT COURT, BRADFORD ('IR17I' f'oOt'R.) IIR"'O"O.

I 11-30 4t ltd (CKHY.Frank'Ot'NT.LORn.. .... IV! CHAN- COUNTY cicnr.CharKea rMtmuAi tv -CHAN- I).."?'

I IN riRCfIT U Tlllrhle, Plaintiff, vi.Mtrlir Orant Johnston Plalnttftva.
("01 IIHADFOItM. Jean Ward Itltchle, l>.fen. Joneftna Font Johnston 1>.- tt
IN "1I.t1 dant. Cane' !No. ( .
I 'I1IIY., 420.1.04tl fendant. ( ""* 4194.OHURH
Students To Use I 4 Catherine Alvah If, Clifford Plalnllff.[ va. ANI'>Ull::NOTII'B OF Pl-BLlCATION TO APPEAR ANl NOTK'liJ OF PUBLICATION TO AT'I'r.ARHTATJo1

USO FacilitiesThe I I No. 4196. Clifford Defendant Cane STATE OF FIX)KinA to: ftella OK riXRll to: JoReftM
forefathers came I ORDER: OF Jean Ward Itltrhle, wises alllr., .... Font Johnston whose residence l M. ) ,
our PtlBLlCATION la: e/7 Avenue, HuntInRton. Field Puerto ....
ago) ANI NOTI('''' TO API'I' An : 11'ashington llorlmiunn Kl
seeking certain free- town students of B.H.S STATK OF KIXrnlDA Went Virginia. You are required to appear un ,
erica ,+ v to: Catherine You are required to appear (>nOn..rnb..r December SI, 1945 In the above
Faint were very dear to have planned for and acquired the :, S West.Clifford. whoii reMdrnve. la- :it. IV4& In time .abovenamed named Court and cause. whersispaintllt
x Ureenwoy Ave Pleasantville '
? Court and wh..r..l"t.I..tlff .
Ever since then wars have ,I USO for their use. A committee I You. New Jersey eeekii. dlvnrce.cause Ilrailford : TrieRreph neeka| dlvurre.shall publlnh Itradfor.County : thin I
u r American of P.T.A. are required to appear on County hall. publish thin. Order In next four u-wokly IHVIKKWllneKN r'
| January .
members 1 T..I."rllJ'h
// and students I YWr e't 194(1( In Ihelv. nomad Order In .
Sreserve these liberties.Lnt ,'a. I Court and ...all.h.r..ln. plaintiff ..n. : weekly (Issues.Wltnee. I my hand and officialdeal ''lt
appeared before the directors iieeka I my hand and official 1 at Clarke, Fli>rliln. thin Novena y
showed to us, the of divorce Bradford County neat at Stark. Florida, this Novem h-r :37. I IMS.OFIKMAL. .
the USO and arrangements Telegraph In next four shall publish .this Order I her 29, IMS.OFFICIAL I ( HKAf.) A. J. ThonuuiAa Fk
generation, Just how preclf I were '' puaryf WltneMi.. weekly Issues ( !SEAL; ) A. J. Thomas Clerk of aalil 1 Court.
really are. Now made for group parties and most at my hand and officialbe" A.* Clerk' of ald Court. It. II. l>"n'an. 517 Lynch llldt ., !
rights : I SV Ntarka FLorida. this Novem- T. Frank I..dram. Htarke, Fla. J..k..nvllh., Fla. Atty for Pit.e y
y g on Thanksgiving we I any kind of social I gathering (COFFICIAti'gBAL II Atty. for Plf. 11-30 41 12-21 i Ii10t U-81
) A. J. Thomas,
for which to be thank- I There are also provisions for bans Aa Clerk of said Court. .
dicraft. t tTI each' tf. Douglas, Ualnevllle. Fla..
Ally for PIT.
to realize 11.10 4t 12-11
we ever stopped I
is? Most of The students are very grateful -

TiJaIIkBg'ivlng because It I for thU and will appreciate : iv(''I'rmrriT 'COI-MT. nii,rivonnIX I b7s {
forward to It I any 'I'Y, 'LOI"'I ('''.'''.

good food 1, and a holiday help from parents they can get. rharlea CI1IIV.ft Slahl, Plaintiff
vs Vlo-
,_,?1. That however should Senior Biogs I..t Stahl Defendant C*... No.
spirit on a day that lalie r
for thankfulness to God. RALPH L. ALVAREZJune ____ ANt) OsIF1AR ;:

bleb manner did we think 8, 1928 was Indeed a happy r 9, hi, whoa DAEto. : Violet
fin address Ix
Thanksgiving There 'was day for Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Al. Tins VETEIIAN..A 1 JJhltliy. 46th St.,
; New
beiMftel.ry ,f : :
PmbU. Law .lly'o.:
16 b "'kown York ., reiMenre;
to bow our when
which varez, they toted la la:
were learning
? for presented th. latrieuM aviation rn ln.. From'a foxhole, after HtS HalHoy. Kt., Brooklyn N. Y. '
Ingratitude. We should be with a brown eyed baby boy. This h. gave up hi. education, to ro .mln* hi* education U con Jump but You are required to appear on l1st

*il I that we have peace andy baby was named Ralph Leonard this man, like thouunda of other, will malt It borana. of Victory Loan cd January I Court Z and, 1940, In. the above nam-
dollar. '
,,a home to live in, clothes and he Is now one of our digni- Veteran Administration photo.attended j seeks divorce PTRdforrt County plaintiff : -

\t. and food to eat. Above fied seniors. Telegraph. shall. publish. tM.. Order
four ,
n..n"xl weekly {sauna
should thank God that we Ralph came to Starke at the iVitnesa my hand and, official
erlcans In the land of the early age of five from Jacksonville school at BHS since the 9th Grade .be"s lOt TAV1"' Plor"1' this Novem-

I 1 the home of the brave. where he was born. He has first His grade.likes Janet Anderson r (OFFIC1AI/8KAL I ) A. J. Thomas. NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU tb ,
are beautiful girls Carolyn Benefield A. Clerk of said 1 Court.nch .
(especially<< a certain blonde), Madge Brownlee / It. 1."IIIt., ualneavlllo, Flu.. $ '1 1S 1S'r

hurting fishing football basket June Caldwell Ally for Plf. 11.10t 13-81 _

ball swimming and most other I I I.ports. Kenneth Grlder! IN C'lIte'II'r rot MT. lllt lKOIII tl l

He has no special dis I Carlie Mae Hall (1)1r'1't,' FLl/1110.\1 Ir l'U I1.
'eat .
ISF likes. Ralph was on the football Martha Home Margaret, Miller Dawson,, Plaintiff,
team two years. Kmllene Kelley v... W. I.. ttawsnn. l..,fendanl, CUBO
:No. 1195.Oltlnlt.
HIs ambition Is to finish school dell! Landrum OF PWLICATION

and go to college. Marvella Matheny AN1!> NOT1CM TO API>15AU 1i1IIEii1
The Senior Class wishes you all Virginia MIlligan Dawson. whose reHldanfo I..*: Ab
SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET the luck and success In the world Drew Reddish beville, Mouth Carolina.
SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM and may you reach the greatest Martha Riddell January. are 2, I'.na!required, In the to above appear num.on
heights in life. Ruth Sibley . BASS Norma seeks dlv........ Kradfrrd Cnun
RED SHEEPSHEADALSO Sweeney ty Telegraph shall I publish this.
VELMA MARTELL EDMOND- Peggy Ann Wiggins Ordee In next four weekly tanuea.
I Wltneja my hand. and official.
Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry SON 8th Grade " ."l SIIIrke. Plurlda this Nov.m.
Martell Is the eldest daughter her esS, 1945.OFFiriAL ,
Louise Carter( ( HKAf.) A. -
J. Thomas,
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Edmond- A.. Clerk of mild Court.
MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET son. She was born September 28 Jo Ann Dinkins Bach Ifs nufflaa, Ualnvavllln, Ft.... s
Marian McRae Atty. for Plf. 4C II-II.
1927 at Starke. She has lived _
Joyce Newsome
ALL STREET PHONE 37 mostly In Bradenton and Miami. IN ( .
STARKE. FLA. Frank Rosser 'In'II'r roriiT. nu'i>Foiii> -
Altogether Martell has! attended ('01 rI't, KLOIII"H, ''.N.Kleunor .
I Robert Stefanclll C"I" = =
part of the fourth and fifth trades; Jimmie Weiss Renton unhand Plnlnllff. =--=
VH. I,In wood A. llollaiHl,
all n.-femlunt
and her Junior year In Starke. =-
s g tz C..II.0.: 4201.OltniCIt .
!She' nays that those years she 7th Grade ) OF PIIHLICATION

lived In Miami are the most enloyable Billy Booth ANn NOTICR TO API'KAK. :

L4'' ones of her Hfo. She : Mary Louise Durshimer \ HTATK A. :Holland OF FIXJK1I1A whiiHR reiiUlence to: Un.vonil .
plans to spend next!: summer there. Harllss Ellington 'M 41 R Houth Main Street, Suffolk T-- :::
EVERYBODY Virginia. X'J-' ,'-"' ' ile 1 (
For the sake of some of you Gary Ennis You are required In appear on /* .C.; : .TL a

ENJOYS EATINGAT who don't know hershe t Is a Thomas HardingCatherine lleeenber l SI, 1945, In the ahovena".1 -
Court and cause. ., wh..lnpl..lnllfr ...
dark brunette has large greenish; Judd. seeks. divorce and rextorntlon PUffE11ES =
gray eyes (she thinks her eyes Denotes A StudenU. of Maiden Name.. Bradford \ V.
are ghastly), dark complexion, County Telegraph .. J this. SHP-\MP .... on band ' ... = )'
Order In next four weedy ,, u,
he PARK CAFEDelicious and weighs\ 111 pounds.Martell IN('01 rmrriT,...,. FI.OHIIMl rontr. nit l\'UFOII..1 Witness my hand .anil official' sure that alatmp tcooxed rated a .

has a wide range of t-ItV: CHAN..loKeph real her 29 at, Htarke 1945.OFFICIAL Florida, -thin Novem eaV Imayonnatae. 1 dozen etltyY. b.....,. 1/. eu4 a fold ,p ,''

l likes and a few dislikes. Her Kremrr,Kremer Defendant..IMnlntlff Cnno va.No.Paula 41H9., ( SEAL) A. J,, Thomas., . wbl" er ",erl. y'1rat the Oset tY
favorite stimulant Is coffee she OKUEIl OF PUBLICATION A* Clerk of said Court. valved,. tN0, 40.en an4 Iff.te" :
It. H. Duncan, oyeene 'I
517 Lynch IIld "uel ive.lmgonnal
ANI << p+
Is goofy over lemon pie loves to APPEAR JackNonvllle.. "'I... Atty. for Plf.. American belteD e,1 .wofJIrlM'P
> aty
Regular Meals A to: Paula 11.30t N 1n Lop Lo
+- wear dungarees, sport shirts and Krcnicr. whose residence let. 44 12-11 etac tae. broil nntll

Healthful Vegetable Plates loud socks thinks! fancy hairdosare ticharntinrftlatraiiiiA,1 a-Neckar. Germany. Hchwennlnven.. heap Ulb"\1 on.M1Lh'tm a y opnal..Always l serve BI bytmp fKj
laughing stock. She Is In USE 11g btl7 t
a You are rqulr to appear on bTO y six " ghL'SvEA
Short Orders love with Van Johnson and John January. T, 11148. In the above named broMn.)

Payne would like to own a tiff Court Barka and divorce ceu.e Rrcdford, wherein County plain 666 g ruft..". _

streamline convertible thinks[ Mr. Telegraph shall publish this Order mailed

Smith Is a wonderful principal, i In Witness next four my weekly hand liHUeii.'and official = 1 yes -
Cold =
hates to write essaysand has a at Starke Florida, thla Novem Preparations U\AOn. 1'lorlda 1itlgC | *
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crush on-well guess who. Can LI..ld-.hl..I. ... Drop ", \ ,
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RADIO HEADQUARTERSSALES I any of you tell me where there Is A* Clerk of Raid Court. .N. Cecil Urant. Orant nulldlnc. 11 : J"
a more fantastic girl? NO! tlcn" *pose. Add1 Jac'kson-
that's what I thought. tnt SL Co"
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Her dislikes are cross word I JAIL ,
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RADIOS the middle of the day and 44 Pulpwood _

masculine two-tlmers. "
We, the senior class wish you SWjr* WHITE TIMBER DEPT J

may luck every in attaining success! your and happinessbe goal and Container Corp'n. of America* Fernandina, Fla. ; :

yours. 000--- : ;IT;:

\ HONOR ROLL For Safety. Comfort and Economy . .

,, 12th Grade r

V"\ # :Margaret Beatrice Barnes Alvarez FOB CORRECT COURTEOUS (;', ,

Lila Rae Caldwell 1
Evelyn Colson INFORMATION 1J .

+ Gloria Cooper Please Phone 147 go6tf

Luella Davis .- ,, ,,-----
. . BUY VICTORY BONDS Hazel Fields -
Esther Griffis Ride Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses _

h h : Betty Joyce Hayes Haskins UNION BUS STATIONTemple

Ave. LACY CONWAY, Agent Starke, Fla. _
Howard 1
DINKIER t Electric Service Roy Jerome Johns ______ep., ._ p _ J _ _ _... '
Margaret Montieth "': i reat
Macy Now a -
Carolyn -sweeter N'
224 TEMPLE AVE.ROBT. Newsome andl&i (
Evelyn :
Ross .,....-., ) %
Carolyn tastier bread withFLEISCHMANN'S ,
Seletta Sparks J) m
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Myrtle Thomas ';

Charles Thornton Golden

Robert Turner' role \ill = I'' 1,
\ Marguerite Wainwright[ leading ,

X e..,r plays -- 1
11th GradeMarlon 1A q
FRErrtf bound to -
deliciousShrimPhere's -
Brown .
( = making y.s. rvePlate =
Mary Ann Coleman 'ucc.... when yoU s.
\ti Jeannie Cooke '
.II.dion tPirte' '+
Marilyn Crosby b. don ble ,. .d t.'P".gi _
Edwards YEAS snk . .
Billy .,. tasty "
Virginia Engram ;. this '

Bill Garett "'- ."" ,,,,-: '. \ling beer. .regional
as geat '
Jeanette Creamer lemons beer. . ;I.
Jackie Haskins -- -. ""m' :"'.'" d _= Equally as real r egiona' BEER.M.d. ,',
the 9
Doyle Hazen hy: #,.. '"If'",:, ; ... ....... loods. h fiends"ip. . JA'J. the I Ijhe

Betty Home ,... .- -, 1/ .. prink\ \ 01 to Please :,, ,
Louise! Kelley "- 10.,. Sout"cast. . ,

i K YOURJtEST IN' WINTER TOO! a Harvene Weldon Watterson Its : right\ tastes of the sparkle'its J ', ;V, ,
Mary: distinguished golden
Winkler 80 easy to bake delicious smooth-textured loavesif \ not.d lot its mel. '
Merry .nd
-our Appearance la Important Summer, Winter you use Flewchmarm's active fresh Yeast. This fresh J II '' re' P; .

Rain or Shine So It Up Always By 10th Grade is full-strength. It lull.bodied Served Ice ..tIlyIng ,
Keep Catheryn Allen yeast goes right to work to help you .. favorite t

Sending ing8 : Your Clothes To Us For Regular Cleans Mary Darlene Alvarez get best baking results every time.If low goodn. . or w th your ';; ;',
send We Will '
Them All To Us And June BellBstelle
Return Them To.You Sparkling Clean And Nice. Bennett YOU BAKE AT HOME insist on 4leshmant1AX\ Bec'\\ +'

QUALITY DRY CLEANING AT REASONABLE Bernice Brannen Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast. The -;;' you'\\\\ 'I

PRICES Hilda Brown cake with the familiar yellow label! Dependable -

Donna Lou Cannon -America's favorite for over' _- i *.,aMx./ __ tlt:

PHONE 135 Carolyn Colaon 70 years. 1jrL' = *'# tiift ivy v \==== c
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315 Mildred Mann __. .,." ,it"
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Temple :
Jeannette Priest frh-titj' JAX BREWING COMPANYJacksonville. 1 a I MptyJ

o"ner a Ave. Billy Alene Smith Starling /!! ; I Fla

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1 ; fiIf 1WI rationing boards 'throughout the ell, W. B.

a 'Accounting Service I Ii quarter on Court St., the first ed:Mr.his Campbell law office also there.! haa an Ac I..r. These Are Veterans nation 1 la taking place gradually In worthy Mrs.MundY 0, L 9 C. B.*
4 : week to the officesIn ,,[" accordance with President TI1Iman' E. M.
of this new BI
New Office counting office In Palatka end: ..... ? A)4
in I request to reduce' govern Sternberg,Fred
, part of Driggers' Furniture Green Cove Springs. Assisting ( 1 '
i ment All employees
f expenses. are William Blair Lydaa .
a, Accounting Service Company on Call St. The office with the office here are Mrs
; Campbell's : I given a month's notice. and Mrs. \VUnb.
\ Florence Silcox and Miss! Mar Martha
i owned and operated b y Earl on Court St., will be occupied by I Ellen Wasdln. 8f': Coffey paid tribute to Starke all price panel, Srnilla IrbI:

;::11'. Campbell, moved from Its old R. A. "Lex" Green who has open- ; board members, who are: Chairman volunteers, IUl8lsWIt.(
t { I la N Bridges, V. S. St. John, W.
I Il 1 I Z + --, FHA Will Expand ., T. Clute, Charles A. Futch, Earl

r r ? To Include M. Campbell, Mrs. Martha Johnson uyl'arBont
!: PRACTICAL -4 .( Mrs. Barbara Breazeale Miss

"Country Homes"A I Madge Middleton, Mrs. Ethel Sew- TOI1 '

new feature--"country homes" _

-has been added to the programof
the Federal Housing Admini

titration, according to FHA Director .
r f'f MiC M. M. Parrish.In ,; .. ".., ,' .! '
', ; };
,0> ; ..
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a further expansion of Its H .. staying
facilities, Mr. Parrlsh said all approved i '\
r CIITCI lending institutions had ----
been notified that FHA stands i.. '. !
ready to Insure financing of low in the
I 4.. 4W I Army !
;I;: priced homes located on small 1 .

", .. ', I Electric Lamp Shades ?- -, - 65c up plots burban of areas land adjacent surrounding to the : .-. .'''''. ....... ... -,.. .... ........... .,_.. .. ...... ......... ... ... ... .. ....". '
.... r 2. -- -- _-- ,.. --..----- 71r 1 -
Director Parrish said FHA had RETRAINING FOR LIFE-The Veteran.'AdmlnUtr ilon, backed by the

:j -giiT fii Pyrex 1 Pt. Liquid Measure - - 50c outlined the new proposal to dollar from the Victory Loan will give l retraining to Ihoniwnds of disabled .- THERE ARE PLENTY ' __a ) a
lending Institutions and declared veterans similar to these two mere boy shown at George Washington "

--- .. .- . -- - that FHA insofar as is practicable -Univr4!>7. Washington, D. C. Veterans' AdminislraUoa. photo. .' OF REASONS .'
i and In keeping with the mandates - A
CASSEROLES - - -- . - 50c up of National HousingAct without mincemeat
the pie.
improved transportation, the desires complete AND HERE THEY ARE !I" '
\ ,, _.--- Intends to broaden its operation of many returning veteransfor Here Is my recipe which makes 3
--- -- --- i In order to assist private such places, all have addedto quarts.

Taper Lite Candles - - - lOc enterprise to more nearly meet our conviction that such a pro- 1 1-2 qt. chopped beef (some -' 1
the total Housing needs of this gram should have a positive and suet! ), 2 1-4 qta. chopped apples,

I .. . 1 1-2 water 1-2 ,
------- --- ------- country. active part in our agenda. qt. cup vinegar
'"' "Accordingly". FHA announced, "This offers an opportunity for t pt. fruit juice 1 lb. raisins, 1 1-2 1 "First, I keep my presept( grade. C "Any time after 20 rug
1" Oil Lanterns - - . - 1.50 "we are now authorized to Include mortgage lending in a field which 11:>s. sugar! a little salt. 1 teaspoon That means a lot. Y can retire at half pry ices\ .

as eligible for mortgage insurance heretofore has not been too well each of cinnamon, cloves ing year by! year to thrwqmm\! ,
.. ... . -- "B y reenlisting for 3.years I
l -- - -- --- that class of properties provided for. Quite often in the :allspice, nutmeg, mix and cook 3 2 pick branch ofservice retirement pay after :3D>>'year
can own
y '' I SCISSORS - - - - 95c up which, for want of a better term, past the seeker for such a home hours. Can up all you do not use\! in? the my Air Ground or service. And the time fve.lra
i ::1t we are designating a s country has had to work out his problem, Immediately for pie. I Service Forces, and can to served in active military mi-
-- - -- ---- homes. We have in mind those and particularly his financing in a The days fly by so swiftly that overseas theater I jvish. go any' service counts toward my nu
homes In outlying areas, with a hard way. It is our purpose that It will be Christmas before we ment time. Added up-reta,,!:,
Carden Hose, with brass coupling small plot of land, on which the such home seekers should have a realize it is time. Our first 3"! get my mustering pay ment seems pretty sound to mt

1 4t'' J : I fi I 25 Feet - 3.95 50 Feet - 5.95 owner resides but upon the pro- more available and helpful plan." ponce-time Christmas, so let us though I'm reenlisting.Also .
of which he does not depend all be merry. I $50 reenlistment,
ducts get a year
. . . . .
1o. i I --- .- for a livelihood.: Such 'a God bless you all. -Lura bonus for each year I've been in
f + Carborundum: ; :; Stones;; - : -* - 85c up property la eligible for mortgage Clay HillBy Army. My dependents receive JANUARY 31, InJ'the

ii i insurance If It meets our minimum Local Ration Board family allowances for the full terin
i --. market enlistment. And AN IMPORTANT DAII
- ----- -- ------ ----------- ---- requirements and has ac of my I'll be
ceptance. It should be part of an Lura Burgess! To Consolidate eligible for GI Bill of Rights benefits FOR MIN IN Till im'
11 i+' Ironing Board Pad: &: Covers - 1.25Bicycle established neighborhood of similar . . .e * . 0 With GainesvilleThe when I get out of the Army.

L__ __.__ u__ _______._. ... .--- properties or part of. a neigh- WIIEKKIX: IinCKMBI-TK: : SMILES: clothes MEN before now In Army whi .tMnM.
borhood to be established with THRIT THE SUNSHINE: AND I Starke war price and rationing 4 "My food quarters, February I will b<_
4,1, Tires 26 Inch . - 2.45 proper safeguards."It WALK. SINGING CHRISTMAS: board will be closed on medical and dental care are all lilted In pr...nt geode Mnhworably
And I learn
supplied to discharged
me. can can nnhi
CAKO.L8. December 15 and its and
not to add price' rationing -
i Is our
Tubes 1.65 of 200 skills trades in the within 20 days abet
activities consolidated with any or 'Idoarwt
i Impetus to the decentralization of "Cold December how we love you. Army schools. In grade held at 'time d *"
. .. the Gainesville board, P. L.
areas-but rather to
iq urban recog- i charge, .
----- -- -- provided they nnttf
; Glad we hall you on our way. Bridges, chairman of the Starke
nize a very definite need and de- 5 "All of us who are reenlisting btfer February 1,1944.'
BROOMS ; 1.35 up sire on the part of a segment of For to us you bring the pleasureOf board announced this week. are going to have from 30 to
the Christmas Prl e control will continue to be You may inllit AT ANT TMI
happy Day 90 days' furlough home with
the market to live In the country. at
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--------- --- in the Starke for 1V4, 2 3 .
- -
-- --- -- --- a major activity or
This has been going on for years As I walked to school this old I full pay and our travel paid both ytor pm4.Oneyear
?! r Bed Pans white enamel .' 2.75 and the results can be 'observed in song came In my thoughts. I do area, Chairman Bridges said, with ways. And we'll have 30 days' furlough ( onllitnunlt' ,he m
members of the local price panel now the Army wish "tat
the outlying areas of any of our not know the author. The refrainIs every year with pay.
{'r I . cities. Just Merry Christmas.: I serving on a joint panel meeting 6 months of.....1...)
ni 1 - -- --- --- ---- ---- -- - -- ---- sang
'" "We believe we now offer a this song up north as a child with the Gainesville board. * * * * * * * * *
A FEW GAMES AND TOYS Members of the present tire
; sounder method of meeting this when the snow lay deep and white. MOKTM.I
,r f ; 5-Gal. OIL CANS need which will result In better This song always brings me the panel will continue to 'approve ap- PAY PER MONTH- Starling tmt[
t ; plications for' tires in Starke. INtoatP. '
homes in better neighborhoodsand gladness of the Yuletide season. a.e. p.y !
Quotas for the city will be set ., ?raw'101
will, we hope, save both home Here we have only chilly mornings
aside on the name basis as in the Ill JUdHioii t I. Food, Lodging, Matter Sergeant Month Santa
owner and community from' the and great flocks of birds. Yesterday past.In. Cloth,,*! and.. Mfdical Car or Pint Sergeant 138.00 ..89.71if. '
l oases occasioned by badly plannedor I saw a flock ,of robins. -
BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. a statement from Jacksonville Technical: Sergeant 114.00 74.10 I 121
haphazard developments. They made a strange twittering Roy M. Coffey, District OPA ( )-Pliw 20%, InerotM for Staff Sergeant 96.00 62.010 I 10!
"We believe that this more liberal sound, flitting about In wild a-
l. Director, commended members of Sergeant . 78.00 J0.70 ISO
J. B. Carlisle, Owner policy with respect to coun- bandon. Up north the robin Is %, \If Member of Flying Corporal . 66.00 42.90 7
the Starke
board for
try homes la both desirable and a harbinger of Spring. They are their long Cr__, Parachutist, otc.: (cPus ) .,.10 K
Private I First Clan 34.00
and faithful service ...
To Incr.
during 5 in Pay
tlmely-t h e shorter work week, friendly, while they sing and build
t war years and asked that they for Each 3 Yews of Service. Private . . 30.00 3150)
nests. They hunt worms for their
r, + ta 'tiJ xiung. They are busy and a joy stay on the job a while longer. .* * * * * * * * * * * * * ***
'y "Their splendid cooperation, given
11 ip i"
!r a blessing. Here they act
during the emergency and con- SK THE JOB THROUGH KM
) wild and eat strawberries, so different fiENUSr NOW rOU
from the loving parents inued during the period of re- U. S. ARMY SfOtUITWO/ IMfl
who sing at dawn up north. Peo- conversion will assure citizens of U. S. ARMY
Starke reasonable
prices for the
I ple are much like birds. Itespon- 250 P. 0. Bldg
sibilities costoflivingItems they must > BE A
make us into worthwhile,
TOYSTO purchase in the coming months,"
great-hearted people. I advise the director said. "GUARDIAN OF VICTORY"AIR. Jacksonvuh1eFlaJust

: every young person to marry at a The GROUND, SERVICE FORCES
consolidation of
price and
reasonable age. Life will not be ". .
all heaven but life anywhere I ..w- -' --- - -'"- - - ---
: have found at times rs difficult. - - - -- - -- -

; Sr THE PEOPLE OF STARKE We just must make the beat of It.It .
[ Is when we put 'our life In 'the

... WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE iJ 'Lord's hands, live our best cease ReceivedNEW
EgR to worry, and appreciate and be
b DISPLAY' grateful for small things that we
THAT WE NOW HAVE ON are contented and happy.

t A LARGE LINE OF CHILDREN'S TOYS I, the The Robert new Taylor family now farm living are Mr.on SHIPMENT

and Mrs. Lawson Westbury from

i REASONABLY PRICED J Jacksonville.lives in the Mrs.Taylor King house who also was :; Gents

i ,, ,,j kicked her by arm a broken.mule last Sundayand

I Harry Moaley sent me a clip-
ping from a Miami paper. It Waterproof Military Watches
states that he married Miss Lottie

< r'1 Beatrice Cranswell at the home 'of
his grandmother. His sister Mar-
garet and Charles Sattler were attendants .
,. The bride wore a blue Retail at $50
dress with a white bridal veil .
and a corsage of white orchids.A .
Rev.' Wells read'the service.-He _,

i is very happy. Very Fine' 15-Jewel Movements --'lNew Designs -
Mrs. T. A. Brinson still remains ,
I in poor health. She is up in the Stainless Steel Cases Ideal Gifts

t I I, day, but does not move about
j much. She does love for her

I:when friends to remember her and call These Are Brand New Watches --
possible. She is still at her
J : home at Hugh. .
Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrlsh
f and children Buddy Reece and '
Not Recased Old Movements
t i I Ijqr t << 'Patricia are spending. few days

with her parents Mr. and Mrs. __ -
Fred Lang.

I YOU WILL BE DELIGHTED WITH Here are the Bible readings un Among'The First Received In Over .4''Years _
f' fa ,I. til after Chrlstmasj Dec. 18, I

;4 OUR FRESH NEW STOCK. THESE Corinthians 15; Dec. 19, Psalm
46: Dec. 20 Matthew 28: Dec.

", ITEMS WILL MOVE FAST. BETTER 21, n Timothy 2; Dec. 22, John FULLY GUARANTEED by
17; Dec. 23, Revelations 21; Dec.
SHOP NOW WHILE THE SELECTION 24. Revelations 22; Dec 25, Luke

: 4 a IS STILL GOOD.STORES. 2.chased George a good Klllingsworth used car. has I believeIt pur- Harley F. Strong

.r is a Chevrolet and is painted

green.Church at Long Branch Sundaywas .' THE ONLY CLAMP BLANDING JEWELER SERVING
well ,
I attended. Rev G E.

I Cutshaw gave the sermon. He is OFFICERS and ENLISTED MEN SINCE 1941

visiting! here. There will be con . .
4 ference next Sunday after the ser- .
; ,
3 7 Ii Bible says "the love of
'. '' ; ; AT BLANDING BUS STATION << money Is the root of all evil." It MAIN B POST EXCHANGE

; : f Is BO often misquoted. Note 1 It Is PHONE CAMP BLANDING 969 FOIL APPOINTMENT
___ al love of money-not the money
Itself which Is the root of evil.I .
always think Christmas not I -
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