Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877

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d Cross Fund Registration To Close April Books 15 Crippled Clinic Rogers Of Guidon Joins GrillJim Staff Large Crowds Vesper Service ServicesAt Center 'Heavy Rains \ I'e: I

$9 (OOO Little more than a week remains To Be Held Rogers soda fountain man- At Rev. James Sterling, student !

sses ; qualify In to'-whicn vote in newcomers the approaching may- ager the at Koch. Drug Store for Expected pastor at the Chapel of Incarnation Badly Damage ti : '
months has
past eight resigned -

rive Nears End day Registration,elections.April 15.books Until close then Satur they All Day April 20 day, to that accept post,similar effective position Mon Sunrise ServiceThe will conduct come At the from the University Vesper Gainesville Service of Florida Sundayto bog'nning -, County Crops ,

are each week at at the Guidon Grill across Call !
open day the at 9:30: o'clock at the
L'ith the Red Cross War Fund office. of County Supervisor of On Thursday, April 20, Dr. St well-planned series of pro- The damage to truck crops and EpIscopal Church
Eve officially ended March 31, Registration J. R. Kelly on the Paul H. Marlin, Senior Orthopedic ... Mr.; Rogers will leave Mondayfor Easter union services, sponsoredby here The strawberries In this county by the ( t
Nat Stern b e r Ban- the Protestant Presbyterian Choir wilt sing
airman second floor of the courthouse Surgeon for the Florida Crippled a short vacation before assuming Churches of recent heavy rains will run Into ,:
need yesterday that late reFtg Starke will reach a climax with Mrs. Alice Clapp Brown. !!l- the
here. The < thousand of
hours are 9 a. m. to Chlldrena Commission Dr his new duties at the Guidon dollars. Many d; 1
have put Bradford County 12:30: and 1:30: p, m. to 5. where he will be in charge of the the annual Sunrise Service at 8 tectorof the Church Service Cen- of the "old timers" In the county jj
Lt the $9,000 mark and he hopes In order to be eligible to I. ,R Abrams, Director of the serving of breakfasts and lunch o'clock Easter Sunday morning tt ter, will be hostess! at a tea at say that they have never seen jf '
t continued effort In the next and citizens Local Health Department, and hi.i; eons at popular prices between the Baptist Church. The Rev the Center proceeding the Vesper mare water In the field at this r !>
vote, new must
days In certain parts of the have been a resident of Floridafor staff, will hold a clinic:; for all the hours or'7 a. m and 3 p. m. A. E 'Llghtfoot, pastor of the Hour and supper will be served time of year than now, II; j
Lty will bring the total to ( church, will bring the message, there after the Vesper Hour Ser- The
crippled children In A -dietitian and
one and a resident of t iae countiesof capable man strawberry crop was just
This however, will still "Good Morning", vicemen and Service
flOOO., Bradford County for six months Bradford, Clay and Union. The ager. Mr. Rogers has been in the Couples are coming into its prime about the ,
[short of the $15,300 quota that place is the Health Center at hotel and restaurant business for At 11 o'clock each church will invited to the Church and to the first of April when the heavy ,

is assigned 'to this county. Starke, on Church Street The the past 25 years, A large portion have its own regular s e r vice Center for these activities, Mrs. rains started. Most of the field 1
Effort last week was'centered More SelecteesAre time is all day. Every crippled of that time he has operated : featuring special Raster music Brown said yesterday have been under water or too wet

Jon memberships .from employee child will be given a thorough restaurant departments InVal- Members of the Ministerial Alliance to work The berry crop has f.

Call st business houses whose physical examination, without any green drug stores.Keystone have been very happy with Children Hurt been badly damaged and some
bprletors had already_ donatedge charge, and arrangements will ''be the response to both the noonday acreage completely ruined, but
amounts.. The following made for the correction of the Lenten Services at the Methodist 'much of the acreage U expected i I
lals were contributed by em- defect if that Is at all possible.A Now church and the evening ser to put on another light crop In I'
byes of the places named: Car- crippled child is defined as vices. Final service la this series In Auto WreckTwo spite of poor quality, the few II ti
ter'. $3, Priest's 52.80, South$2 The following men have recently any person of normal mentality will be held at 12:10: today berries offered thin week were ,
Western Union $4, Leila's been accepted for .military service, under the age of 21 years whose ''Standby' FieldThe For the evening services Rev. still bringing around $8 per crufs. "t
Court House $11, Alvtre according to a n announcement physical functions or movementsare Charles H. Allen, pastor of the children, Jeannett Harris, Several hundred acres of various
.50, Coca-Cola $29.39, Koch's yesterday by the local Selective Impaired by accident, diseaseor Presbyterian Church spoke! Mon- age 6, and her sister Betty, lip vegetable crops such a* snap \
.110, Starke Dry Cleaners J23.- Service Board. : congenital deformity. Keystone Army Air Field day night on "Joseph of Arl- 4, remain in a critical condition beans, lima beans, potatoes, area

canova's $5, Southern Bell White Parents of crippled children Are near here Is.,,among the five Central mathea". Members of the Boy In Alachua County Hospital In total loss. Many farmers report
Is. Park Theatre $5, Frank'sne W. J. Thornton, William Edward urged to bring them to the clinic Florida,Army Air Bases that Scout Troop were special guests Gainesville today and Mine Jewell that their sweet corn as well an ..
[ Food $13. Stump's 113. Lawson (Trans. from Ga.), on the morning of April 20, 1914 have been placed on a "standby" On Tuesday Rev O. C Powell, Harben and Stanley Noegel were old field corn must be planted
lernberg's $6.T9 Park: Cafe $5.: Woodrow Wilson Hicks, David Al- at 9:00: A M.Examinations. basis, according to an announce Pastor of the First Methodist held in the County jail following over
Ilywood Camera',&' Gift Shop bert Groover, Sr.. Sumter Dursse will be held from ment this Tt'ufk by Maj. Gen Ed- Church spoke on "The Sergeant an accident early Tuesday even- Although the loss i is consider, :

|. Dar by's $11,25, Wonder Gift Harley, Sr., Mitchell+ Ethrldge 9:00: A. 12:00: noon, and win 'J. Houn, commanding general of the- Guard". On Wednesday!: Ing which Involved the Noegelcar able, the damage cannot be appraised l
hop $1, Three Friends Barber Weldon, Ovid Leon FutchJ Eugene I from''2:00: P. M. to 5:00: P. M. ] of the Army Air; Forces Tac- Rev James Sterling, Student Pastor driven by Miss Harbon, and i for several days, yet un-
hop $5. Zenas Lee, William Howell Ed- The date of the clinic 1st given tical Center,*Oi lanclo. of the Episcopal church In a pickup truck own.lby\ the til the sun shines a few days It

j Additional returns from the wards, J 1'., Albert Cayton Man- sufficiently in advance no that Other fields so designated are Gainesville, spoke on "LaRtTlllngR" children's father, Buddy IlarrlM. Is likely, however, that the damage ;
assa, Cecil Edward Mixon Merle I MISH Harben was released under, will not be ai great as at
of all children
jsldential district were reportedthe parents crippled those located at Dunellon, Cross' an following: solicitors: :Mrs! Leroy Packham Leroy Olive, Jr., may make suitable arrangements City, Alachua (Gainesville) and Fred< Yerkes discussed "Judas IKcarrlot. bond Wednesday night first estimated. There Is still
L. 'Bridges $14, Mrs. Gladys I David Gunter, Elvin Palmer, Al- 'for transportation to Starke. Montbrook. ," Miss Hnrben was driving Weston time to plant some of, the crop,
bert Jerome New man, James ; Give Madison street' when,. so tin.) and, too, the cool weather tot
larrlngton $7.50. Mrs,,, Titus OlIn your crippled son or General House explained that The traditional Good Friday
$19 Mrs. 0 E. Stansbury Franklin Lavender, Ralph Woods 'daughter a chance for a fresh. "standby" haul means that the service will be held from! 12 noonto explained" yen terclny, she was lowing the heavy ruins will provo

68, George Little (colored secIon Colored ; start In life.Heilbronn, Air Force retains control of the 3 p, m., on Friday at St, blinded by (he sun and ran Into very valuable 1 n bringing outcrop 1:
southeast Starke) $67. Willie Williams, Oscar T. White, field so that it may be reopenedand Murk's l Kplacopal; I church. At to the rear of the Harris truck, that were thought drowned.

A collection of $20 by the Girl Louis Gainey,.Jr., Ell Graham, Services used for any activity at any night, Chaplain Lemuel T Fagan, pinked on the) right side of the
touts was reported by :Mrs.muel Jessie J. Pullle, Joseph Britt, Jr"l time deBlred. The flow of Army will speak on "The Crucifixion"and street. at the curb Public Invited

Colson, leader: Elijah J, Rlsby, Wardel Sunday, April 9, Is regulal'preaching Air Forces personnel overseas and I the I.R.T.C, Chorus will sing The Harris children, sitting In "I Vfc Easter PJlO'n... ''i.t
From surrounding communities Houston, Harry E Martin, Nat : day at Hell i l b roan the shift from a defensive to a at the Baptist Church. the back of the truck, were hurt, I - -a--"

j>e following reports were made: Nathaniel Johnnie B. Thomas I Church There will be dinner ')n strong offensive position accountfor The united choirs, Mrs L A when Jeannett's legit were pinned I At State Farm ,
Irs, Nelson Green (Saxton) $$11, Johnnie Nathaniel Ellis, Jr.. Ce- !''the grounds and the roll of the 'the change In status of these Canova, Director, sang special between the cars, breaking themIn
Irs. O. P. Wadsworth (Hampton) phua Johnson, Robert Tyson, Simon Church will be called. Every fleldx. music ,for the evening services. three place and severing an Resident of the State Farm
f>tal $260.82 Mrs. Louis H. Hill Henry Mitchell. member is requested to be present Moat of the personnel was mov- and Sgt. Joseph Abernathy of; artery. The smaller child recelvod and nearby communities will ce

wtey). total $7,41.Mra.{ .FuliazlertGraham h and visitors will be welcome.L. .- ed out of the:| Keystone field several Spartanaburg, S. C., Jed the sing a serious Injury to her admitted to a special presentation
( ; )'",55:10: ;'Frances Franlc 'SinatraMakes -" G. Hemingway, pastor weeks i1t'CI. lug .v-. M,*' Monday night, April 10 at
head.They 8
p m:, of the annual Easter;
Thomas colored 23.30 were. taken immediately
park ) ; pageant produced by Inmates in (
Film DebutIn to the office of Dr. W. B. Parka
'atr Ice DeSue and Buster Dele the State Prison at Ralford.

(colored) $30. Park FeatureGiving foi' emergency treatment and The pageant will be staged in ,
I In listing the $50 contributorslast r Where the later to the Gainesville hospital the Prison auditorium by a cant t

week's paper the name of the sensational Frank in the Jones' ambulance of Inmate technicians and actors, j
Jrs. B Jacobs was accidentallyft Sinatra his screen acting debutin JMIsa Harben is an employe of under the direction of Chapl.itn;
> out. Mrs. Jacobs made her a gay and sparkling piece of the Southern Hell Telephone Co Leslie A. Shepherd. The pageant's

lunation of $50 on March 13. film fare, "Higher and Higher"will here, Her companion, Stanley action centers In four main scenes,
A new addition to the list of occupy the screen at the PULPWOOD SHORTAGEhits Noenel, riding with her at the from the Triumphal I Entry
100 contributors this' week Is Park Theatre for three days- time of the accident, was already through the morning of the Resurrection
[he :Magnolia Hotel, Mr and Mrs. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. under a $500 cash bond following, of Christ

B Williams, proprietors In Featuring Michele Morgan and an escape from Sheriff A, O. All visitor who are near enoughto
kst week's paper the name of Jack Haley, in addition to Sin Andreu Tuesday, arrange trnnnportatlon to the

F. Flume was listed In _the atra, the picture offers some of: Noegel ran out on the Sheriff, prison will be welcome to this
|100 group! but this should have! the catchiest tunes in years anda the farmer reaping through a rear windowat extra showing of the pageant,
een F. F, Stump Instead. hilariously funny plot as the the home of his brother Billy which is presented each year to
various, romances entangle and Noegel, when Andreu went to the both the white and negro population
ightfoot Resignso disentangle themselves Sinatra Noegel home Tuesday to pick the *,within the institution. Visitors -
himself, in his I acting debut, boy up for Sheriff J. P. Ramsey may also come In the afternoon '
Accept Church proves to be a real "discovery," of Gainesville. in order to visit the Prison

n JacksonvilleThe as well as singing four of the Over, 1/4 of all pulpwood ". Paper Containers Noegel was then free under anappf'lrance grounds and department
eight Jimmy McHugh-HaroId Ad- Needed to Package Easter 8 rvlor.*

Rev. A, E. Llghtfoot. prior amson songs in his awn Inlmit is used in packaging .. Many Farm Products, Involvement bond In the following theft of his a Regular monthly Inter-Church
of the First Baptist Churchas able fashion. Such Services will be conducted In the
resigned! his pastorate here to Most of the action takes placeIn farm products a- large fan valued at $123, stolen State Farm Community House,
"Come pastor of the Brentwood a Fifth Avenue mansion of a last week'from Snow's Livestock Easter Sunday, April 9, at 11

apllst Church Jacksonville, effctlve penniless socialite. The servants eI.; Market In Gainesville. He hail A. M. Chaplain Shepherd will ;

May 1. ha V,a n't been paid for seven FARMERS of this responded patrioti been arrested under a warrant officiate
Mr. Llghttfoot finished) (five months, and they and their em- THE from Alachua County

ears! of ministry here on March ployer collaborate on the idea cof: to the appeal for more pulpwood. They cut Sheriff Andreu was instructedto Christian Church
and during this period there having the scullery maid pretendto gaa.
ave been 297 ,additions to the be the latter's debut ante wood because their country needed it. Few of them 355.8O6AL -. arrest Noegel after State Attorney Sarvlces< at the First Christian
hurch; with 105 by baptism.In daughter and catch herself a rich T E. Duncan of Gainesville Church on Easter Sunday will be

submitting his resignation there .. C I. 'i) under the leadership of H. Law-
husband. Naturally are unexpected ! aLa aL b i d found the appearance bond
...... own us ness o0o' -
stoppeto InUIl pro -
he pastor made the following results, and these bring : 1111111% \ to be Incomplete. son Shepherd, who was recently

tatement. "There is nothing to about the surprising happeningsLeon duction was threatened by the pulpwood shortage. P..k.lnsllHd.! Andreu was waiting for the boyto called the congregation aa
ompel me to leave this place of Errol heads the featured 4SS4_
ervlce. I am going under tho : cast as the bankrupt big shot Already there have been cases where packing dress when Noegel escaped The Bible School will meet at
ame deep conviction that I knew and Marcy McGuire I Victor through the window, swam 10 o'clock and morning worship

'hen: I was called to this church.I' Borge Mary Wlckes,. Paul and plants were unable to accept perishables because through a pond and disappearedInto will be at 11 o'clock. The ser
tJ mon topic for the will
have a
no alternative. When now the Lord's will, we have no Mel Torme, and Dooley Wilson >,> they could not get packing materials; and the distribution Me returned of his own accord be tion""The. Glory of The Resurrec
holce but to do It. regardless of also have Important roles. Tim
he pleas of friends and sincere Whelan produced and directed of food may be seriously upset this year unless! >Milll after his brother posted an Other 'services of the day Include

xpreaslons of appreciation andover for RKO Radio.Baptist Ug,1IS1_ additional $500 cash bond, Tuesday Christian Endeavor at 7
I am grateful to all of youor the pulpwood shortage can be overcome.So only to become Involved In'' p. m., and Evening services at
8 o'clock.Tha .
what you have contributed toEy Church NAIl the accident which sent him backto
life to help me to be equal to the farmer who cuts pulpwood is not only lase First Christian Church waa
recently reorganized and a full
extent'. of this new work. Easter Sunrise services, sponsored helping his country meet a serious wartime shortage program Is being carried out.
Lightwood will be in the Starke Ministerial
by the . ,
P.ckad aI..1& McCornack The congregation on March 20
April 16th pulpit on Sundays Alll a n c e will be held Sunday ; he is also adding to his income, improving his +9r.9atoa elected the foil owing' officers
and and"will re- the First Baptist
231'dl at
morning Starke friends will regret to which comprise (the officlaf board:
April urn for 30th.a farewell Hisnew occasion address on In Church at 8 o'clock. draft deferment status, and helping to provide for III learn of the recent death of Miss :Judge A. Z. Adklna. Chairmanof

The Ordinance o f Beautiful Lois McCornack, daughter of Mrs.. the Board, W. L. Andrews and<
St.llth Jacksonville. will be. 130 W-, 33rd Baptism will be administered ut the packaging and distribution of his own farm C. S. .McCornack: of St. Charles W, M. Edward, Eldors. P. S.

the Church on Sunday morning.The ni. Denmark E. A. Winkler and E.I
choir will sing special Easter products. Cut your pulpwood now/ v'-rwd: .ia; :m.r: The McCornacka were residents Prevail Deacons; M r II. Willie

Anniversary music: including "As It Began To --- v'I' of Starke many years ago and Johns and Mrs.\ E. A. Moltt.
and "Sunrise O'er A Gar- Deaconesses.At .
Of Tabernacle Mrs. McCornack la still a regular -
den", both, from the Cantata' winter visitor here, usually a special called board meeting -
The eleventh anniversary( r of 'Glorious Galilean". pending several weeks each season Afrs. \\', L. Andrews wa appointed -
the founding of the Mission Halt The pastor will bring a messageon THIS IS THE SOUTH'S RESPONSIBILITY In the home of Mr. and Mr*, Treasurer, Mr\ *. Eunice
of Glory". Wilson Church Clerk and Mrs. E.
and Tabernacle work will be 'to- "A Burst John tfglow. ;
served by a special service Fri- The evening" service will be a Most tlwtliem p.tgwe/ .... ..... ......... ....,.... 1..rds.vltslly soJ.I sot eery Iv Miss McCornack died suddenly Prevail Superintendent of the

day night, April 7. There will candlelight occasion,.at which the ........... ........ .... b partlculerty sad. ..r.rr..oI,Mft.....but.!>. fcy eor. fclr.ntVICTORY on March 16 following a serious Bible School. I
"The Wondrous .
be a program of songs and recitations pastor Cross"will speak. on M kfaff........ Nab. -.p!*. ,......... ..... ......"eII.. ,,..,..... operation.She +
by child reft and adults and ,- ,.. had taught In the' St. Charles Take Masonic DegreeC.
a. -
message by a n Community high school since
Kpeaker. Easter music will be Stores To CloseA 925 and a highly complimentary H. riMworthy Ralph A.
Alvaroa.: N. N. Prevatt. Paul Ray '
a special fea.ture'and. the public ., .. *. obituary In the St. Charles Chron-
I I. invited: group comprising local dry PULPWOODCOMMITTEE mond. Tom Harding, Jerry ChrU-'
Icle Indicates the esteem In which
announced yesterdaythat and Joe Martinez formeda
store odoulou
I The of Bible messages goods conducted by Dr. Chas. H. Stevens their places of business will at "', L. T.. DYER. Chairman us IJIn-.'.'I'!'!', Cornack's life was devoted to the group of candidates from the
for the afternoon local Masonic Lodge who took
or Winston Salem N, C., be i..nJUfI'' school, the church and the com-
L. D. Vlninff. Hal Edwards Lester
closed 12:30: o'clock each Wednesday t i h e Knight Templar degree In
with fine "
Sunday a
night the stated
Evangelistic: message. starting April 12. .' Hogan Smith Tyler Jones, J. K. Douglas ....**.. munity, a.rtlcle. Gainesville Tuesday.. night.


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":In BROOKER I her grandmother at Greensboro.' GRAHAM girl born March 17. I

Get 1 ; -, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH " 4 ville was a visitor here Saturday. visited his mother In Lake Butler REAL
.tabnlfht'd. 1877 SCOUT MEETINGThe Mr and Mrs. Abe Crosby ant Bural Casey of the U. S. Navy, j RELIEF
Girl Scouts held their children of Jacksonville were stationed in Jacksonville urrlveJ Sunday -
>IC K. U Matthew _?______ Editor and Owner weekly meeting' Friday, March week-end guests of Mrs. Crosby's Saturday to spend a few days Mr. and Mrs Harley Starling I &Hntt ACID

1; fooICnSClUPTfON KATE 31, at the Community Center We parent, Mr. and Mrs, Lee with his parents. I of Brooker was visiting relatives/ INDIGESTION

..; A now have enough money to buy Galney. :Mra Irene Bushloper of Jacksonville here Sunday.
Yearly, KI.73; Six Month, $1.00 our Uniforms and Flag. At the Friends of Mozelle Galney, son ) Is spending a few days W. M. Thomas Is ill and we J I

,', "'tl'ppkly. on Fridays and Entered aa Second Class. Matterat meeting Mary Frances Hazen of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Galney, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. wish him a speedy recovery
celebrated her birthday. Ice will be interested to know that Jeff Davis. Mrs. Florrie McK i Inn e y of '
the Post Office at Starke, Florida. I
cream and cake were served with he !is back In me' States and get. Mrs. Millie Fogg: Is spending a Gainesville spent Wednesday with I
only the Scouts present.-Betty ting along nicc'ly) He was seri- few weeks with her son-in-law her mother, Mrs. A. E. Ward.
FLA. STATE FARM children in Jacksonville. Long, scribe ously wounded In the far East ,
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mr and Mrs. Frank Reynolds
Mrs. B. A. COfcdill of Gainesville and is now
r By K. It. ttou\lpr I Clifton Hayes of New Jer- several months ago Johns of Bellevlew. They and children of Re d die k were Carpenter's
last week of Sgt. .
was a guest In Atlanta in the hospital.Mr Drub
are the proud parents of a fine visiting here Sunday. Sh ShSao..Ia
, 1\11 TCIJI.LL-ltOIlEUT8: Mr. and Mrs R. P. McLendon. sey Is home on a l .day furlough. and Jtrs. Grady Baxter of
" Cpl, Coy Mitchell of Donald- Mrs G. S. Chambers has re- Mr and Mrs. Gene Hazen of Baldwin visited Mra. Baxter's -

k k. sonvllle, Ga., and Camp Blundlng tin'oed from a visit with her Sarasota are visiting relatives mother, Mrs. Rob Lewis, for sev-
". and MJltB Jesflle May Roberta of mother, Mn Walter Ward at here eral days recently. ar.a h'uwyrld? rw Iraq
,Ji Jionuldsonvllle) were married itt Invciness Mrs. J. P. Roberts and son, Harry Sapp of Jacksonville is Eggs for Easter! ; xI
,; tho Presbyterian church In that Rev and Mrs. Wilson of Jack. Perman' visited her sister Mrs. visiting his mother, Mrs. Nora
',( city on March 91 ih. Cpl. Mitchell sonville were: Sunday dinner Norman Johns at Belleview over Sapp, for a few days.
f is a near relative of J. II. und guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack the week-end. Friends, of Mrs. Viola Thomas =
''f 4: J. M Moacrlef and is a frequent : Chambers. Rev. Wilson Is supply Pvt. H. E. Belle of Camp Blan- j will be Interested to know that
+ ,t visitor here. He and his bride I minister at the Ralford Baptist ding was a week-end guest of his |she recently received a cablegramfrom
+ were' their guests thin -past weekend Church. Uncle, E C. Long. her grandson. Staff Sgt. D.
3 Mrs. L A. Wiggins and daughter -, Mrs; Morgan Tllghman and R Carter, stating that he and his 1 e
L' Marie, of Hampton visited the daughter, Bobble, are family are well. Sergeant Carter
Mr. and Mrs J. P. of
Segree GIGS
Farm Friday. Seaman Tllghman at bas been in Australia for two Quantity Rights Reserved
,: Palatka DLand were dirt J.weekend'L. Williams guests/ of MI' Reese Bradley and non of Miss. vJsJunir// years and has married since be- Prices Good Thru Saturdary, April 8

L. F. returned Jacksonville are guests of Mr. Miss Marilyn Crosby Is lag; theie.
Supt Chapman
and Mrs J, W. Hundley. Land O' Sunshine
r a FffI Friday... from a business visit of
Gainesville Got Lots of
Mrs. J. T. Cogdlll of

k. ,i "I several Mrs is days O. Fowler Baltimore sometime of, Mlddljburg Md.with) several hall days returned visit with home her after daughter OUR REPRESENTATIVES 'Em at the Right Price! P cono I, B utter 223/q.0z JarWe've 25 5 5Bulk

r ''. :, spending and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.R. .
'l Mrs. J. R. Kite.
(" P Mrs. Odell Cauthen of Gainesville P. McLendon. WILL HELP YOUSAVE Sauer Grade A Breakfast M!. Vermont Pound 39c Aast. Cold
s; + has completed a week's visits Mm.! Madge Bozarth left Thursday KRAUT3ibs25c Bacon Strips, Piece Pound 32c MEATSib29c
ten vacation with
with Mr. and :Mrs. M. C, Roberts for a day I iflCOfl
Petty Officer 3-c Arthur Rivers, relatives In Miami. ELECTRICITY TIME AND FOOD Smoked Bacon pound % 23c
r L' In training at Keystone Heights Miss Mildred William of Ring- Smithfield Piece Bacon Pound 39c
Conservation is nothing new to our versatile Representatives
(I was a recent guest of his uncle gold, Ga., ii now making her it has been their stock-m-trada since '
and aunt, Mr. and Mia. I. J, home with her brother-In-law and '{ 192S In boom years, depression years, war years, tov ", Tcnderay Grad A Northern Dressed Pa,
.1 WtlllamaChaplain.. ....-... sister Mr. 'and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd economy u an Important word in the thrifty home- 'BEEF Fish 2 Ibs
y'' .,' and Mrs L. A, Shepherd and has position at Camp s ;: y makers vocabulary. Large West Coast t tU
; '' 1 spent a few woman wer, fuel equipment, lood-the tree, kingly.halpiul .
visiting r e 1 atives In Columbus, J. G. Caldwell visited his parents a:= aamstance ol our trained Jeprej8iUaUv( 8 13 Hamburger S YeHowtail
Ga.. and Phoenix" City, Alii. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cald- ?,f. pS> more popular than ever. Snapper Ib 35<
Al Rogers of Jacksonville join well at Ocklawaha, Saturday. For you want to know how Brisket Stewing: Florida BeachWhiting
,,f ed his wife and baby, visiting Mrs I. J. Williams and chil- g ;.xi< to save electricity as well fled Ib 17c For Easter!
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IS'' the week-end. guests .of Mrs. E. L. Hewitt in as merit welt aa lima .temper.. eguip-"". Baking Tips Short Fresh Roe
as well as
Mrs John C. Turney Jr.* and Lake City Sunday. Mrs Wil! Our .. Ribs Ib 19c Western Sugar Shad Ib 25! ",
G little daughter, Mary Carol arrived liams" brother, Hugh Lee, who } ; gladly! advise you tjncemtiy4 Boneless Brisket Pot Cured, Smoked Fancy Whole Sail
Sunday for a visit of indefinite has lust completed a visit home % Ing the most "r sand Half or Whole Mullet Ib H,
fi length, with Mr. and left Sunday night for a port of K.; care ol each, ol your/ ,.- Roast Ib 35c 4' :Whole Salted Fish
Mrs. Chaa M. embarkation \ electric appliances, as weir .
Turney. Capt. Roe
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'I 1,d. Turney In now at a pMt of em- Andy Anderson, a student of ed when necessary. True, Ib _"'J lC: Florida
,;: bai'katlon. U of F., at Gainesville, was a many of these trained men Blue Fish Ib 35
Mr. and Mis. J. O. Randall week-end guest of Mr, and Mrs. I and women have gone to
P Whole Ga Smoked Georgia( Picnic
spent' the week-end with their G. E. Crews war and this means that J
A4 ,, I'\:'{ those still with us have twice + I ib 4Sc Hams Ib 32c Hams Ib 29c TRIMMED OR.Swift' .\
as much to do.They may not .. I
,: 1 be able to answer your call l Tender Grade B half or whole Peanut Smithfield Va. Ham Rib or Loin End
I Y FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE aa promptly as they'd like .x / / Hams Ib 34c Slices Ib 65c Roast Ib 29(1(
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FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSES can, Call our nearest office. +s' Hams Ib 59c Slices Ib 49c !'

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FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION Best grade in cartons Pure Hams Ib 111
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Patties Ib 31c Lard ib 18c 2-ibs 35c 4.Ib s 68c Ribs Lean Meaty Ib Spare 21

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I'nderetand. that the Home Re.Rlrla ;( mouth to quiet llltliWilliam' I, 1 1I non. wolfish wayn" t tn M..k FutthI. held .
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SCHOOL NEWSSTAFF .delictoue a lot of credit t I Thompson r I. llou-ard Manning:, hequenfh mv 1 I. Kn-ilille Wnnherlv., leave the watch thrne. three yearn nopannluar I
1111.for... the Cook. food. Orchid. to I, Mar nrle rnrnvlchm-1. liequeatli :' ability to play football to Ernest' School to th. .li... <'la.n before I ... j
.. my talent for "Jlttei,'l>iiRliit"| to Lavender. own It by the Ilouiexti-nd Act Now thene three yearn hasp
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eerie .1. populivrlately Marian Jnhna.I I' I. Hnrtha .... Martin, bequeath I, 1 KM on 1'/well|], bequeath ni\ j gone hy. .
with the II. II N. gal.> W. C. "lemon, bequeath my m* faithful watrh at ability to ntny on the right traik'at % aradnatlna day la comingof i!.
1'artlrnlarlr! ........ tboriv from theMutt. way with the women to HobhvTftirffft. the. i i>.t Office to llaten. l'roabyand moat times to Jkiori In Kelly and ......
Yen all think It 4(
gala Were Hominy t nmbj.W
biked Donald t'rewa.
> ont f (If lie needs" It). I' .
| UUNII they wrrriTt fnu.r I nn.d out. I'm tired. I. Rllly Colnon bequeath my .., J A. Martlne and Margaret I, Kditai: Wllklnnon. bi'quenth mv Mv\ hobby I'm supposed to tell It
I EditorinChief.iFreddle unit nil lour ...* Uh. huh Willie. Hear tint one athletic I iiowern to I>ale Cherry Sapu, bequeath our buck HOB. In In "Clarko Oalilv physique to Hilly hi-re. t
Wtmberly .lent on th. floor ion m.ttr nf those little n. It. N. dancer la I. Delorea Creekmore. bequeathmy the neiilui- room to Robert Uark. RroukM. Rut reading thin nhnuld. make It ;
J nt Induing ...a... after your scalp, and not because to wicked foot" dale and Dot IllveM.t I, llaicl Start, bxiueath' my I1U'little chest. r. .,
ability .lInlit a
Co-Editor Sh.v wan. a cute Kill with Hryan "she, liken. that mug of your, either. IlernevWe. ; Urnrxln Ullpln bequeath I II ways tit Winifred I Cronbv For lye put. my life In poetiy \
| Virginia Sewell -ana oh-tho.e blue eyes. Kelet- Who' In treat to see Nina, Rtxhop to niadva. IxMilne: ( 1'0..10"'lrgllllR. Pnd-. .. ability .lit soy, "How mlln)' pleaae. mv?"' I. Itobertn M ..field. be.queath form r
Biographies la 8. looked prettier than. ever In around lately. and Ruby Ward bequeath ourpositions I Jncqiivllne Drew and Mary I%I- my loop for the I ...... From, thin day bark to the day I '
Inazen Senior Roberta Whitfield a Bobby pink? evening gown, dldn't .she look"Sayl, Itoenn't tea KemoreX a-ett at Hell Telephone ('o., to 1'0 n WuHdln. dancen to Helen ...... nnd Hetty wax born
ento with bimitiil Hemlnd Mrltae.
| ____ Marjorie Davis The hOHteime. at the dance wr nf of Margaret NullataMPart Dorothy Barnes Rerta Lee (fleorg habit I. I'livlIU nf making Martin, bequeath my 1, Judy Mi Rite, have nothing 'to My liken and dlnllhea. .'.. napponed -
straight to
jew of and Marjorie Hall. .. ..,.
A. W. Anderson 1111'''. BlirRM, the .lunlnr Ulee Club baa Dorothy bequeath vxrept a little adxlcn
T________-Darby Peek and Mm. Colley. <"ak. and punch moved In with the Senior Wilkinson were served and Hunla' really ate Club Sho' aoiindn", fine f me, ..Irl... I ability to wear my hair In "plgtalln" Mnbvrt llllam 1'1..1". to Ina k. the most of life while you way.My .
Edgar plenty. Old you all hear 'bout Ste\e to \Vevena Fain-loth.. can liken I'll gladly fell to
__ Lola Blechao Weldon, Jr., modeling hln I. 1'aul bequeath to Juiur llrililUh amemory I Vlraltila Hewell yon.
Features The servers. at the banquet were mother Dlnklna, bequeath to .' the of "ro. I. bequeath mv
Caldwell Jimmy Davis, dressed. In the quaint way of the Easter hat? I'll bet It nan very becoming I I Philip Uh n ford my rood luck In tea i.otat...** abllltv In talk In M steady nlrpain .Are kind honrnt people fkatare
Phyllis Martin South Americana The girls wore ; with that blue veil. I being pointed out an the "Anael"; 1( Klnliie: JOhn.. ..I..alh. my to Rarbara Keen. true.What .
iv Faxon bright colored skirts, with round Mr I "ho" do like V bear. I of the Uiwtey clan. friendllneea. to Audrey Crewn. I. Phyllln. llaien, bequeath anything -
[Melverna Thornton nenkrd blminrd, flowers In their Dill,. Mlleil play. "My. Shining I, Myrtle Oobbo, bequeath my I I. Melvin Thnrnton. bequeath my that. you .can tnanane to takeaway I'll'! d't. school,
ilv Martha Lee Martin. hair and lots of Jewelry. The boys II...." ... bin trumpet Harry. feminine way. to Oleota Ureen. love for the Navy to Jean Alklni". from me. I I date won't not know nay.Fill tent ii that
white Janice here ho .* 1. Hear Uurllnc. very
wore pall I. and uhlrtii. with omeatHee bequeathmy Muriel Crawford liriitn-mh to
argaret Stringfellow red ncarfu around their wal.I.l Martorle Hue. Mlddletnn 'bout ability. to .itlr-\\ounlr- 1t..lrll Hosier my ability:'I la h"v. Rut day. for the. future,
They completed a very colorful latelY. Bon't rush, the poor gal to Knlu 1'1... I2uuli-e' and Stella two or three. handsome availableaon Senior BiographiesRuby let my tin.thixiithtn all .
scene In their Handing coHtumeK.Mr "o, Willie.Im Mae Mare. the itrlnir at the same time.I. .
That friTilam will be coming
.. Cooper. M.... Onbor und a 'tellln you all tho.. I. Alary Drlekell. h""II.,11I..k.. Bobby !McRao, bpqtieah mvcurly Vermeil Ward wan born InFros'proof noon i
sie Seesit' Mm. Evens were pr..e.. .< theHanqnet Exam are coming up aonn Study ; Butler to Louise rn l'l..h. hair tn C.'V.' PolnonI. "'Ia"'I.I..mb..r' 10, IIS}. 1 our way RtJRV WAHPMn .
mid riant. **. M... Cooper hard kid an' I'll be seeing you I. Mary Jo Caldwell bequeath my Margaret 8lrln' f..llow, he- I'll tell my life Story In puetiy
looked lovelier tint" ever Jut Mir mouth to Petty llaxel Ureen. nui-atli my blonde beauty to Iliir- form.
In black Pace Wr. Onvorn In RUSIF3 I, Marjorie Davis, bequeath my : burn lloine.I 1'11 tell n f the I"ILI'I here I wan : ... \\'UUU1: ,'(\' tr-rrt <.II un.: '
a me! I'm iillll awhlrl over .black aklrt otrlprd lop ..d Mm.TC way with the men to Lora. Crews. llownril n.....*. heqneathnty born The pupils' who r..I",1) t. .tm ,
-Dutiful banquet and lovely *..n. In black. and larnlta MuttoI. ........... to Thom. ." V ndmnrth ._ In a little white house. with a rid for a perfect week'n work ait, nn .
V Kveryone and everything Saw (Sailor) Comer Ferryman Last Will Evelyn IMwardx. bequeath my und ..:.......* Krllr.. roof followllbnda: I'ronbv. WIIov ,
in 11Iy i dlvln*.-and oh. did there also Petty Turner and RalphAlvarei. neat by the l awtey bua driver to I. KiitiiKo, Present hfMiuealh to In 11 noulhcrn loan. called Flo1 Coley Clyde Denmark, Karl (Irlffln. .
E. those brlicht *c rv..ii onus Carolyn lion and Jerome And TestamentWith Irune Pievalt. Carl my' |Impish ways Proof Kdiiiund, Prennmun. AntbonvUnlncN n
? Weren't they pretty Johns, Betty Jean Hiatt and James I. Dot Faou. bequeath myability I, thin Whit, bequeath my aptitude ileorae\ lllckn. JlmnileHllih
I tell me who made thoxaIitlo Reddish 8eletta Sparks and Hobby to act a man to Kmncenfulley n. "Morta. Jerk" to !Merle fJrliler Leslie Th'1ln.... l oulne. Ciine, I '.
I'm dylntf aW niKK' Merry Knight and the school. term .an near the and Oorln l.ooilaeT. 1. hazel I I'n"khnm.1u..alh mv There I llted with. my mushy Ruth"\ !\ Jnhnimn JoAnn ,
Dill\ ::t"t chicken an John Anderson. r..dll.'Vlmh..rIY' end the nenlor rasa.. derided that It Doris HodireN. beciueath mv art In tnanttrlnir the ballet tn !Mon- of duke' or ........ Patrav, MHlia lllckn., Marion "
le flxlnc ho' were good. and Bobby Turner Marian Johns wan about time to utralithten up "Martha Ray" mouth to Coaette teen Warren and Jennie. Jonitfl I ntll I Man the. ..... of alniontfour. Rowe, Kelly William and Anna
all. heard melo- and Hunter Bennett Mary Jo 'aid- nome very Important matter In Saps| If .he will promlne. to use It I. Ciena NnrRrl reftine to will mv Zee Thoman.The .'
Biraln.. ofBecame' Mucho" well and Kil Kli-k, Hob..rlA'hll- doing HO. we ran' across quite a to better advantaa-en. than. I have. good "mnnnprif In anyone for tear then i.e came to n tu"n that. puplln. who received, the
''uln..ll\n. and found that field and Tony niefratleii, Virginia few articles that we didn't know I. Wayne Sarirent, bequeath my that I will find futirre ue for really In a hooker. large star have had I..rr..tYork
i our own "nlKhtln Kale". Newell and Ocorne Names, IoraCrewn what to do with Pitt after much refined laugh to Warren. Wlnkler.I. them but I will licqiit-atli my 101..- \ pretty little town br name of for a month. They are an follow' :
pf"tel with sister l Mnra-le ac- and Wayne. Snricent. Carlo planning, the appointed committee John. llnll. bequeath myability tory work honk to Frank Tomlln- nrooker.Then Ruth 1111......... DeityYlllinute, Mrl-
&vlncr. The "Luxt Will and Meyer and Mary Drink..II. darnlta finally derided to distribute. themIn to talk .like Mr. Smith non lo put In come n..KI..I.w""I" UN n girl of eta I bpaan mynchiiol ba Itlikv, and Jo Ann WllllumnMetal ,, .
J-nt" and the "Senior' classy Hutto and Charles Mercer Mar- the following manner: t<. Illlly Ntanley. paper bnHket. i ,11 I'''"r.
made the banquet al- jorle Rue Mlddleton (JnckHonvllle). I. Joyce Atkinson bequeath my 1. Jewell Johns, bequeath my I. "*.,'n. "...1011... bequeath Fur nine long year It wan "IIII'M..r'
IIILrlou.. That dusty rose and William Thompson Margie nickname, "Red", to Clarice Ronlerf. nrt In perfecting; new balr-do'a to I mr heiNa4liMl ImHKMt. to and hecr
gly In Olceta Jreena color. Davis and Johnny Jones Muck BtiMer ".nn.". be<|..... I'n..ay RedOlnh. ('...1.. Merier If lie run fluid Then one night In 41 they gave mea Rim Tugs. 2-hole Perforator -
IrKlnla &.. J Mart Jo Futch and Harbara Keen, Vunnv my.' uklllty. to wear G. I. haircut I. Philip I.alaen bequeath. my n dark corner to bide It. dltiliimii and,
,Yt,ell*. l ober.. W.. llnnny Thori' ton and Ira Mop, Ida MaeJohnnnn to Bryan llarrellI. ability In get a nmlle. from Mm. I, Oorothv Wattornon bequeath My fun wan done, but. really It hud and office nuppllrn all
and their d..... .lti and Jim Strawbrldg-e, Dot Loin'" II Ice ha, btTiuenth. my enceKH Tucker to Hilly Rurney my ever present dignity to AlleiieKeller jtint begun kinds at Biadfoid County Tele
nlon doer inter Rivera and Robert Barkwdale. At avolrdupoln to Marie FMwaid I Petty flene Wade, bequeath my and Mainly !\Iott.I. '
i on nltr.Vlin the <.mlrp.- ....... the d"neh and lotH of others I. Kmnry Urown' bequeath my bug Air Corpn interest 111,111 Mae John- Dm, 'bv Teed bequeath mv I came to Htarke with my bend graph. i 'f1'
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JT ? Ing'' "39 Missionaries 51111 In Ja o-,_ ,_ I ...._
lad i'i SOCIETY and CLUBS I Visits USO-YWCA Jr.-Sr. BanquetBrilliant "Jacks And Jills" pan"; Mrs. O. C. Powell, "Dr. ----.,

i EventThe Tour State FarmThe Kagawa Preaching in Japan"; RE-ELECT J
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1944 graduating/ claws of "Oasis Of Life" was the program with "Missionary Plans W.
Ii ". Luncheon For Jr. Womans Club the Bradford County High School stereoptlcan lecture given by Mr. for the New Day", (BABE) I I I

I was entertained at a banquet George F. Tibbetts at the U.S.O. Mrs.
Officers' Wives To Help Beautify Mrs. VIning, assisted by
given by the Junior Class, on club, corner of Temple & Washington Olson and Miss Kate Struth, served DOUGLASS :

The April bridge end bingo City Park Friday evening of, )last week. In Street, last Thursday hot tea, sandwiches and pound AS |
,I luncheon for wives of officers at !I the school cafeteria under the direction night. The program was sponsored cake.
Branding will be held at The Junior Woman's Club of of the Home Economics: by the G. I, Jacks and RAILROADCOiIMISSIoal'Eg
Camp / Starke held Its regular meeting: Circle Two :
,4 Jills Club. The committee In
Klngsley H II lIon Wednesday teacher. Mrs. Ross C Cook. Sponsoring
Wednesday night at eight o'clockat Mrs. W. E. Middleton hostess '
Mia.! Beatrice Ztetz. was -
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April 12 at 12:30: p. m. this gala event were I
the Club Building. The meet* chairman Mrs. Bonnie Hurst and to Circle Two her home on
Each guest Is asked to bring big was presided over by the r T. H. Osborne, Mrs. Grant Evans, at
sandwiches for lunch and coffee President, Mrs. William Baggett and Mrs. Josephine Tucker. Mrs. Faye Lolly. i West Madison St. Mrs. E. K.

and Coca-Cola will be served by The regular reports of the Club The theme was LatinAmericaand This week members of the G.I'I Perryman, circle chairman: con-
the Officers' Mess., Anyone planning the decorations were ofbrighthued Jacks and Julie Club were
after which the new ducted the
were given Prison business Mrs. W J.
of the Florida State Farm.
to to the commissary and shawlsof
go drawn by a committee flower
t By-Laws up The left by special bus on Chandler acted as secretary, and
before lunch.
should plan to do so of Mrs. Fred Guy mixed bright colors. The place
composed( ( at 6:30 p. m., for the Mrs. L. W. Koch looked after the:
j The beach will be open to ,thOHe Miss; Lucile Mitchell and Miss cards were bright colored paperKombreroes Thursday\ I
.' who ,with to swim and the prison where a tour was made. finances.
Louise Snyder were read by Miss ; favorprograms
ReserfAtlon* for the l luncheon Snyder, A formal dance for officers were decorated with a After the inspection a box supper Mrs. Ferryman led the devotional :: :

should'be made or cancelled by and civilians was plannedfor I Miss Florence Williams of the Latin-American dancing girl. was served. service, I'evlewlnsthe first )
post card addressed to Mis A. R. Wednesday night, April 12. I program staff of the USO division Members of the Sophomore All married soldier couples are chapter from "God and the Problem -

t' :.;' Ponder, Starke, Fla. The public is Invited and a nom- of the YWCA was In Starke Class chosen to serve were: Mar- club eligible and for membership Invitedto in the ;, of SufferIng", Mrs., H. ,C.
inal fee will be charged. The several days this week meeting vin Montgomery, Jlmmie Bradley are cordially Rltch reviewed an interesting-
all affairs.Methodist.
New River W. M. U. club agreed to defray the expenses with the local USO staff to visit I Eugene: Hall, Ralph Alvarez article entitled "Soldiers In theAir"
of their delegate, Mrs. and observe the program of the Bobby Turner, Merry Beth Knight, ; Mis. T. A. Hunt read a letter

The New River Association of Baggett, to the State Meeting to club at 201 N. Walnut St. She Hazel Fields, Evagene Reddiuh, Circles from a "Seabee" somewherein
the Baptist Women's Missionary be held In Tampa on April 1013. stated that she expects to carry Myrtle Thomas and Ethel Mae Met MondayMrs. the S. W. Pacific, who said 1
Union will meet with the Corinth The following were accepted as to other communities many of Durling. the'' natives told him "they would
members of the Club: the fine ideas the USO staff here still be head-hunters but the missionaries -
.". Church' at 10 a. m. Friday, April prospective Mack Futch, 'presidentof the L. t>. Vining was .hostess '
14. I Miss Keene has put Into operation. came".
Patsy Monday afternoon to Circle One
err. junior class, welcomed the seniors .L. .'.'LU_, ... ._ TMs_ _. ._.I..1n.._._ ....,a._. y.l..u..A '.'.'..,,_ .
... 01 uie jviemouist vv.o.v-.o.::: ::: VM J u r.--- LV "' -
-.- -. .. .. -, -....-.- 1:10: Mrs. James Holllngsworth ; and the response was made
Mrs. Earl Johnson by Billy Colson, president of the meeting being held in the Recreation come as a new member, Mrs J. ; )!\ .J..J.J'

I FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Mrs Martha Johnston senior class; Miss June Patel Hall next to the Church. B. Cottrell, who lives!'! at Camp n.. .._ , '>)I"; .. ,
Blandlngr. "
Many Yearn Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render The Club discussed their plans sang two Spanish songs; the last The meeting was' opened by
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE for the fiscal year and decidedto will and testament of the seniors singing "Sweet Hour of Prayer", Mrs. Middleton served to her Continue to profit from &
MODERATE after which Mis. J. W. White led guests a salad course. with hot services .of a public
PRICES have as Its project "Renovat was read by Phyllis Hazen; the servant! Itl;
''i : DeWITT C. JONES ing the City Park", The meeting Junior Class prophecy was given in prayer. The circle chairman tea. proven abtlUy, experience, |1ft.
Starke. Florida adjourned after which delicious by Roberta Whitfleld; after which Mrs., Vining, conducted the business !- tegrlty ,and a desire to be Itl

..... It _ _._ ,_ or n, ..... n .. . TO cake refreshments were served of by ice the cream hostesses and speeches.followed several I Imp r omptu tine business session, received at which attention.time rou- Easter,. Egg Hunt fellow service'CrH to%the Rw. public His decUlotil and pal,!

The first chapter of the new Muriel and Ritch have been based upon evident
Miss Louise enter- ;
I i, Snyder, Miss Caroline After the banquet dancing was ,
Green and Mr. N. T. Ritch, enjoyed at the Woman's Club book, "God and the Problem of tained a number of their you It; and he will continue! to folio
,i Jr. Building. Suffering",, was reviewed by Mills friends at an Easter ,egg hunt that,,oollcy.TPolltlcMl ,

..__.._-_.._.._-- ,---- -- __ Olive Ray. The following selec- ,one afternoon, thfs week A prize : ( advertisement p 114| !
/f ------ n. tions from the World Outlook was won by Suzanne Hurts who '
? W were read; ]Mrs\ A. F. Sauls read- found, the most eggs or by frlnds of Mr. Douglam)/'

'FloridaPENINSULA Carolyn :'Callstreet .. ,

..... .-.-._ ..,.___-.-,p.pI.w, < ,-..-.- - ... --._. _' .R.._ LEX GREEN'I

OF PROGRESS Cheer up girl. . Maybe it'll on recent marriages,- . Say
+ stop raining by Easter?. and you there were eight on April Fool's
I '( can wear those new hats after I day in spite of the date and bad Government
all' . 1'certalnJy:hope so weather . Among those currently of, by and for the People

i'' , ./ . 'Twould be a bitter disappointment / tying the knot were Clarice
to yours truly If sh40l Gill, Jewell Gasmen, Louise Rosier HIS COVENANTI.

1 : didn't get to cover",the. Easter and the one Mae performed herself 9 I. Vila war .sad ... ...
i'f. : Parade! .. Bit .of a.preview -Gladys. Parker . Quite a c.o.......... pease nrator* a. .1. and lomlZ. 1

presented last Sunday 'by' MM nice way to rem ember your :. .:".".bl.. ;sad last ..*.u.... :No il ...1 .a.a. Kronnn: ,
Welles S t u mp, charming; New friends, Mae i Know they'll a. Kxpand Had drrrloa riorlda'a ludaolrlal ..d all
;; ; Yorker guest of the.Fred F's . appreciate receiving your petty aonrrrM. nnuml n.

l I: W4f'! "V Glimpsed her strolling 'up WalnutSt. patterings . ... (....p.. automobile. II....... .....
<. in fie;r
? a Navy blue suit contrasting n.<** and ...unll'7' for industry and I.nbor>-unde"o'udlufl. '

/i with chartreuse chapeauand ;: Well . Guess that about t' llamr>tra the whole touched off with
gf; winds up the little black book WO per month .....10. for ....1. Cut red lm,..
t' .,.,,!: stunning silver for scarf . for this time' . So long llrrlnltclr mate Krdrml r..... for blind and drprnrirut ihlldm
.I"J. : Bringing 6th >Ave right to Wal- See you In the next '. N.. Hale Nnlnrl'K of ........1 f.......... llralta adtnnfrtnrnl I
' mcnuus '/fj nut St., I'd say. united Klorlda.JO. .

t I >':,, -CarolYI1.tT' 'It. .r.,. .... .....'n."an.lnlnn.-- ....1..1.'nm_ ......_.__.,._...._....
.INI if'j Quite elated thin week over t'aa/1.
E V-Mall Easter card from Phil i' Halld ., ..... Iles Nop' mmrrlal aviation.; Develop tourlnl the
.1.1t Manassa who's buzzln with the a
Seabees somewhere in the South t A TKUK AND TitlED SERVANT OF TUIPEOI'U:
Pacific . "Your column is .. ''Ir a
swell" Phil fibbed, and oil how UEIGHED IN THE BALANCK: AND FOUND NOT \\',\.M1V|

those kind 'words warmed this .
# ,
/ old especiallycOmJng from TilE EMEKGKNCY IS TOO GRAVE FOR lOXPEKPIIV I
such. a distance 4 ,. Saw a snap- .
t I : shot of Phil recently and he .. LEX GREEN IS QUALIFIED, EXPERIENCED: AND WORTH'']
0 R
ek -) certainly looked In the pink ; TO SERVE AS GOVERNOR
Or perhaps I should say "in the Watch YourKidneys

brown', for those tropical rays / ExperiencedWorthyQualifiedSincere '

% have given him a sun tan that'd HE HAS KEPT THE FAITH

tij4'5 be the envy of MIami Beach , Help Them Clean* the Blood AND liE WILL KEEP FAITH WITH YOU
S Among "returning1 natives" this Harmful Body Waste

'," ., week: Dempsey Sapp (first timein Your kidn. ar constantly filtering
.ut matter from th blood But: Hear his Radio Speech at 7:30 P. M. Oth I
m i !It ; a year) and Loran Conner -m kidney.omrtimM)I.*f In their tnam..ork-do : Monday, April ove

:, : \ j route to his(new station ;,i.-'-, not mova act ImparitiM a* Natara that Intended, it ntalnwl-fail ,to may r.- Stations WRUF WFTL -. WPDQ WTSP WWPG WDLf!

\". jam < L -' poleon the .yM.m and npatt tha whola . \ I
Tliit advertisement alt body machinery.Symptom .
Margie Carter vivacious Call
E'' 1 (nousposnuTl ,1 ,will appear iancuvMpm ate St. bizneas gal ever enters a hog- .....I.t...'.b..adt may
., (in large calling contest I'll bet the family fitting up night, .w llinf, pufflnn* '
: 't uDder th. cyn-a f..lio( of nenrou*
inJiatrial( p bankroll that 41'n'fIrst! niloty and 1 low of ,
centers, and she comes pap and et *.gtb.
'II magafint of national M From all accounts, ,she gave or.r.b ere., item ometfme of kidney burning or bladder, unity die-or In His Platform . .
,1.,;I circulation. c forth some plain and fancy yelps too frequent urination.
There ihould b. doubt that
: for help one night last week when treatment I I. wier. than neglect.prompt U.. .
:. I.; s... arriving home late from the USO new Doa.friend'. Pill.for DooV nor 10.than". been forty winning year. Judge J. Ollie EDMUNDS

s))<} mistook her nextdoorneighbor They have a oatioa-wide reputation.
)/ 'IMIfJiI Florida "Land of Flowers," it Justly famous J. A. Tucker (also arriving/ Ar recommended.,by grateful peopl.the f. .
country over. Ark row r n* for its beauty and delightful climate. Florida home late from work ) for a ; Makes, Only Ole Promise :

\, .too.has prowler Seems the neighbor-
come to be known as the winter PILLSVOTE

I' vacation land of the Nation. But nature nerves hood already over a'had''recent a bad epidemic case of of : "_ ,.'To be guided solelyby, .what I believe to be for the best interest'

' ', l gave Florida more than beauty and mild pe e pin I g Toms and Margie's 'v" of;mycountry and my,state. To: act as my conscience dictates
-,? ;,i{ j' sources climate. andr Fertile a soils, vast forests, mineral re- screams bit of good didn't. do Seems their'nerves Mr.Tucker a FOR ", ;' ,and not from motives of selfishness, personal profit or prestige.

_.rgrI11 greater variety of crops than assumed she was In distress and <' : To serve aa best I know how from motives
other AND ELECT inspired by the
any :"state, have all combined ,
i to bring started over to see If he could I
i Florida an ''dmazing development in agricul help, but the closer he came the MELV1N B. 'S'great' Christian principles which led .to establishment of this

z.l !1 1 ture and industry.Products louder she yet 1 e d I f. j Even nation and which must be preserved if this nation is to survive."
_ aroused Bill Stern (a very sound FUTCHYour

ati .: of grove and farm and forest are snoozer) and soon had the police
t trooping down from as far awayas
4... finding ever-increasing uses in the industrial Call St. ? . Never dull JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS will serve !his

I.' JOQl life of the State. With matchless resources moment, eh folks? . COUNTY SCHOOLSUPERINTENDENT state with dignity. He, will,,:earn the ,respect

and a progressive, energetic people, Florida's of his colleagues in Washington by sane, con eauservative
; prospects for the future KXCUHPH: were not accepted at _
are exceedingly bright. liberalism and .
the Congregational meeting in a gentlemanly presentation C;_ _
I; The Seaboard Railway has been the Presbyterian manse tother of all plans and p;oblems.
a pioneer
""a in the development night when Luclna Clark (Mrs.R. .
of Florida. In fact the
I ,, F) walked In to town (abouta
.1 history of the Seaboard JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS will his
: is in large measure mile and a half) In the pouring serve _

It cAr>LE synonymous with the story of Florida's re rain. . Of course she was state and nation with distinction and diploma :. t
: markablegrowth.TodayFJorida'sproductiont. wet thru an* thru, so' borrowed acy. No honor is so great, no personal gain

t. is a weighty factor in the waging of a dress from friend Kitty Hoover i so tempting that lie will deviate from the a
and came to the meeting anyhow
i Tomorrow will witness further acceleration . You know she dearly loves Christian ethics which have mOli ated .Ms (, '4'

in the expansion of Florida's industry and parties and good things to rat entire life.JUDGE ,

"I+' \ agriculture, a development which the and fluid she just couldn't miss
r Seaboard it! . Add( Incongruous combina-
will aid J. OLLIE
in fullest measure. EDMUNDS will serve the
tions: Pig tails and murder mys- .
Seaboard Railway Norfolk 10. Virginia. teries . t Never see Hilda Carl- great democratic principles which led to the

j I ton without her hair in braids establishment and prosperity of the state and .
and her nose In a bloodcurdling
nation. His
{ statesmanship in Washington will
whodonelt! . Postcard yester- p
'I I' day from Mlna Grady now In be a powerful influence toward ending federal

i '; vxN Portland, Oregon Says she's waste and extravagance. His diplomacy will

f R&lM leaving soon for California )7' be powerful in securing recognition Florida's j'"
lucky girl! Or does it rain HEAR EDMUNDS
t i v needs. JUDGE
J Ire is '
a Soullfern. gentleman who _
there too? ., . (
respect the traditions and history of the

ttaa 'as < Well, well . Looks as if I've South. lIe will get respect! for these principles FRIDAY, APRIL 7

RAILWAY 3 got a rival on my hands! in the Senate of the United States. Station WMBR
Hear :Mae Parker is syndicatinga

: 1 carbon copy, typewritten sheet A Life-Long Resident of 7:15 P. M.

ir.iIrIIusai-gLl.r.JjiisThfl: ,_ entitled "Petty Patter" among her This County, Well Quali FIORIOA WILLIE PROUD TO HAVE ITS VOICE HEARD THROUGH .

1.... .$.. ".!4 8ry,. mor? WAR BONDS BO tolls friends can In give In the far'county'em place all Judge's the.low. .office down Mae, the fied Job.and Experienced for JUICE. J. 0 L L. I I'E. ElM 1..1.. S UNITED- Candidal.STATE ter th S efffe;SENATOR et -


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[of Local News Navy Comer left Ferryman who la in the Mrs. J. J. Fitcserald: returned Friends regret (o know that May 8, 1C44. !In the above named IV 1'1111'1.17' rut l ll'1', nn 11)FOnt1 I 302.
Saturday for Batn- to her home in Tampa on Tuesday Mrs. W, J Epperson has been "ourt and mime, wherein plnlntlff I fart %:'n. KI.OHIIMl IV ccllr. HKOIilt OF "' It11LIt'AT1fNAND I
bridge, Md., after /; furlough I after several a e e k. divorce Bradford County 4 tNlPhllll
weeks NtlTICH
spending : : TO APPEAR
ill '
seriously since her
M. Rooks of Oalnes-! with his Judge and return home I'vlvKiMpn shall nubllNli thin oi parents. : '
K here here with her daugh t e r. Mrs. from Los Angeles. Calif, where In next' four weekly' IHPUVHltniwi Itfr aLlau<>, neffiidunt., Cn i> A, Kelsey. whim renldent. In flux
Wednesday p. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. \\ I hand aurl offlrlnl .
t Marcus F my No. tIM7.Ollllrn!
Brown ,
she visited\ her daughter Neal 757 New Haven Con n"i't lout.
Mis. at Starke } thin April
Mrs. T A. Hunt. ", Paul HudglcR who la In 4. l 'lorida. : OF i'l'Ii.R'TioN.ANI ) Y in are teiinlred to appear on
the 1914IOFFI'iAi. ,
Miss Ethyl Zevln of the Dale Van Sickle. ,"
E. Ughtfoot However, she Thonlia : U NOTICK" TO AI'lMIAIl: I I May I. 1944 In the aliove namedOmit ;
A. ,
nA I Mrs. Marines and la stationed at Par- i completed Yoeman /tiainlng at Is now much improved AH( flerk of MBit.said )Cnuit.A..I. !STATK' OF Fl.0ltlt\ t..) MIHrVoia and (......... whei,'..ln plaintiff ')
,IL guest ML'S' rls Island. S. C., spent the week- Cedar Falls this week' and arrived Now Spring coat for Easter. 'P, Frank (.ntidium. I4If1rk., Kin.ttv /l I..n.'h..>H<> ,ii-xUlrniH IH 40 I I 'seeks: dlvnrce: shall pulillHh Pladford i I this CuiinlsrTelevraplt Older ;.
j end here with his wife add little here yesterday to spend the at l..ella' Ureas'>> Shoppe. .\ far ,Pet h . ..-7 41.U York Wllxon. A\ "'1111", Hinoklvii, Now I In next four weekly IHHUTHltne . ,

; coats for Easter' daughter at the home of Mr.and, Easter holidays with her parents, Jerry Rltch. son, of Mr. and IN 1'IHi'11r COI-11T nit \)KOUIlOINTl. > You are iiilieil| to appeal, .on, -eel\\' at Starlie*..H my .Florida hnnd and this tifflrlal March ;/:
) raR *,, Sliopp Mrs. L.. W. Koch. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Zevln. Mrs. Carl M. Rltch. was buined KIOKIMll ('M\>. Court May t, l<>44, I In. I the uliovii nnniril I J'), 1944
4 I;:Kt. nnd ruiiHevheieli plaintiffxeeka (n"'I"TI"AI.l'lIi'I,1' A.1; Thomas I
Marshburn of Tallu- Miss Nina Bishop, who hat I :Miss Evelyn Lecln. a formerr..slll..nt. while playing when he fell againsta Ulllluin K Thninpnon 1'tnlndff, MIllulh . divorce I llailfoxl County A.. Clerk of mild Court,
pent Sunday here with' been here visiting her parents. of Staike and daughterof heater. He Is recovering very Naomi." ('",ney ThxinpMnn l,>efendunt Telearniih'In next foureekiv hall publish.IxHdeHWltnewa thin. Oidm T Frank '".".Inlln. Hlailce. Florida ,
Cum* for I'lf 3-31 4t 4-21
No S01T. Atty.
ere Mis. Q. W. Alderman, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop returned I Mr and Mrs I
r, Mrs L. A. Canova; Sunday to Macon Ga.. this city, wan recently transferred. AND .NUrifU Tl AI'PU.VH seal at Slulkc, "'tunes. IhK.Miii-li, ,
Mrs. E. L. Johnson where she Is a student at Wesleyan from Salt Lake City where 1'I'I'\1'N OF K1-OIIIHA to Ituth 1144.
nd she Baptist Circles ,
I Naomi Oainvy Thitmpmm, whore I (FFICIt. Slc.1 ) A, J TI1nin.N. i
children, of Tallahassea,' College. has been employed with the Microfilm i.....hh.II'.., !I.*. Kuut No t, fay, City, '.'*H Cleik of H |.r.(font,
Met ThisVeek *" AalterC. llnidentv.. ]>..vlol1., Itfiicli, j I ((4
mday with M-is. W. "S. Just arrived: New shipment of Company to their home MIK.iui :
1 Fla. .
_ . I % HIV r''<|ulri>il to npiivur on Ally for I'lf 3 .U., 4 11IN
and (fire. S. S. Bowling. I. Gage hate for Banter. at LPII" office in Los Angeles, Calif. )11Ii., IH44\ lu the. above named
Arcs" Shop CircleThiee of the Baptist Court and. vaiiHc; where plaintiff' ('IIU" .
''V' Mra. Agnes Scott of :Mandarin 'r 01141' Mil \IIKOIII
W. M. S. was entertained by Mrs ''II e e W H. dlvort'agNFiradfort,. ('..lInlY .44tl\l, F'l.ullll)1Ir 1'111Ituhert ,
and her' son, Tim. stationed with .J. HHundt Tu d I''I"lI'tRIII: "h< ey es ay ufternooq. .
In next fuuivv<*Hly issues.1Yltneaa
the Navy In C a I 11 i foi nla, were at her home at the State Faim. my hand ,and official I Arnrtld' KeNey. IMnlntlff, vn
E CAN USE MORE PULPWOOD week-end guests of Mrs MiltonSt. Decorations In the home were Seal 4. II44! nt stark, "Florida this Apill Mil'lam A. Heine). Defendant CIIHM.

WRITE; 'TI1\rU\ R'''..DEPARTMENT Peter. lovely wePtpt'RS and roses. OKFKMAI.( SKVI.) A, J. Thomas
AH. "I"'k uf Mild Court
Pfc. William Rotholz of New RE-ELECT EMORY H. PRICETO
ONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA The devotional service was led T Flank .flitdrum, StHike, "'111. i
York City now stationed In Atlanta ! Ally. fur I'lr. 4-7 4t 44Hiv ;
by Mis. A. E. I
Lightfoot; and the -
FERNANDINA FLA. was a week-end guest In the program, topic was "Preparationfor -
home of Mr and Mis. laadoreL ni4iir C'OIIt'I'. ''\I.HIII \
L a World-wide Task. Taking 401X11, KI.OIIIKtl IV ('H1r4 HEAR YOUK CONGRESSMAN:
'. .
- :"II' 111xINl' '"""l IIIILNIII"" a141.gN.IIIIINIIIIYIiIi: ",, Wlllllllltllal'INS.' .. . '"""' "'... .." ....' ii'uiinimimELECT | Mr.. and Mis. Eddie Davis were part on the program were Mrs. l.enora:aU" F Motion, Plaintiff, VNlldnard OVER THESE i idlot r rI
Annie M. Rlchartle Mrs. H. L. I.: 18 I :Morrow, Defendant, . I
CHURCH'. OF CHRIST Jacksonville Monday Brownlee, and llra S. E. I'ks. > u"e No; : nil4lonnnit I
Mr. and Mis. A. Welles Stump OF IM'III.H'ATION: UKI!"', I"rl.hl1n1I1.. at 7:30: A. .M.
Mrs. Llghtfoot gave an InterestIng .\NI ;NOTIt'K TO APl'KAU' 1
Aubrey: Mercer, Minister left Monday after spending a few talk about her visit to the 141'"'1'1': OF FI.OIIIIIX I to: Edward" 11'1'DI, WC'ln..d..y.I.rll 12, 8l.t: P.I.. .:
days In the Fred K Moirou. nh..... addieMM. IH :.MM
SUNDAY: 10:00: .A.; ii.- Bible Study ; Stump home en- Training School in Louisville Ky. 2-,.. IT S' K' Illinrll.. ) Ill; 614. "I"| I -++. AIU'K, Friday' April It, 7S: (> A. :M.
route from a vacation In Miamito Fleet PoHtmaHlei. New York City,
11:00: A. M,. and 7:30: P. M. Preaching and their home !in New York City. The circle leader, Mrs. Sparks, New Yolk. Ultl'K. Kil.hij, Aptll 21. 7:30: A. :M..

Communion. Mrs John Sale of Madison and conducted a shot business session :May You 6, me I 144.reiiulied In lh* to nhuve appear named un I UKIK, Tue..,l4.>., April 2.1, 7:30 v1. M.

WEDNESDAY: 7:30: P. M.\ \ 'I Miss Lota Sale and Graham Sale and nt this time the offering t'ouit Cud cause, wh..r..lnllalnlltt "'1'0(', >t4>.lm-N', April 244, 8:13: I'. M.WKfK .
-Prayer Meeting. amounted to $12.75, Mrs. W. G M e e k..a 1l\oroe\ Kindfnrd I'otinty
Every Visitor' Welcome" Guest of Valdosta Ga, were Sunday Stringfellow invited the Telegraph ahnll "publish. this OrderIn Mon.llIY.lay! I. at 6.SO: I I'. M.
guests! of Mi. to next four ueeklv .
"'aim'!'''",Wjittii"' '"wminm 'tllumtMMDI' '''''', nMUmn immnninin'HHMIHIIIHII HI uunIn'mnnryMUmuInuIMtu' "' and Mrs. Guy Sale. iMHiieHyVltneHN 4> .... ... .. ,.. . .....
., ... : t / 'IlNIoni6al' '1 mi" 'im u.P meet with her In May at her \ lilY ham! and off lcl.l N these ( : II. lrl >e* yi nr 4 "... "'.... will 011.."...
W. C.
S-Sgt. Rhoden in spendinga Seal at Hlnrke, 1"1'10111., this. API'II the Ht-l.: iHmieH In IKeHniHla". He will tell you why he has
few days'" with his family here home at the State Farm. The 4. 1941.1 HIM'h ,.lrltMi ..pi"....ltlon. .:nary .belletei. run are ...(1(1." f.. kawm i
business ., win ('.. .......... .......
. session was closed with A. J THOMAS roar nare will bet| If M* IN In he **li<.
.n on furlough from a California An Clerk of sold! Colilt. ..lll illrliKe Iw ......, and fr..M nhom he will lake his order ,
.,,1' ", , camp.: sentence prayers.Refreshments (OFFICIAL' ' SKAI.' )
(Political Adv. Paid for by Friends of : II. Pi'tcv
Knight & Knight' Klarkr.! Florida Emory
.tl. of sand. .
Drrnit punch
up for Ranter. New ;
All).. fur IMf 4-7 4t 4-ZS:

... ,M. 'L. JOHNS Spring dresses and bag at lila' wiches and cookies were served ._._____________._.__.__ .... .... I
Dress Shoppe. by the hostess and her daughter. '.
Thirteen members and .i alia+y' I
SHERIFF two visitors I
Capt. and MI's. William .Thom ( .ki
"' son and son Freddie are visiting were piesent. Re-Elect i
Daisy Fowler Circle ,
the home
of the former's par _
-- -'- ents Mr. and Mrs., W. S. Thom The Daisy. Fowler Circle of the
Yf son, 'f Sof: Baptist W;:' 'M. U. met Tuesday I Ij

IJE! WILL MAKE\ YOU,A CAPABLE Thomson! recently Monttcello.arrived afternoon' it the home- of Mrs P. CLAUDEP'E"PPER : ,
M. Barefoot, wlh( Mis.. 'A. O.
after I
FEARLESS I M\ P A,R completing the ,required,
number of And,re ii as co-hostess. The meet .
'J1V missions with the Air I
TIAL & HONEST SHERIFF. Corps in the Southwest Pacific log was presided over by Mr. -; d'b

.- and will be stationed In the states W. B.: Alexander leader and the j '

for a year. I devotional and prayer was by 1 I

Your Vote & Support Appreciated Lt. Richard Thede of Pensacola Mis. W. G. Proctor using as oer ,

spent the week-end here with topic "Preparation for WorldWide Aka Second Full Term In the t

Mrs Thede, and the latter's Task", United States SenateCLAUDE f

-,_.- mother Mrs; F. H. Long. Thirteen members and one vlai- J

Mis. S. Lambert Johnson and tot; were present and the treasurer (

ore Having 'Your Spring Cleaning Done, Sgt. and Mrs. Clyde W.. ,Hurst reported a collection of $15. O
spent the week-end in St. Augus- for Mission Mrs. IS.: W. Hayes \

d Your Winter Cleaning In To Be Put ill tine with }Mr Johnson who recently and serve Ralph as hostesses Alvarez volunteered at the ,
resigned his position at
> USO Club afternoon. All
the USO-YMCA Club here to become Sunday
'h-Proof Bags And Stored For The SummerThe ,i director of the Club In the members were urged to go to the ; ,"

"Ancfent City". home of Mrs. Chas. Tones Thursday I

summer months bring dangersto \ Jacobs deft yesterdayto afternoon to make kits for
many the Red Cross. Mis. H. A. Law-
MI'\1/tE11" tile "
winter wardrobe. Moths theft Jewish Easter holi :
your ,
son lead an Intelestlng on
C ".Jacksonville with her ,
fire and heat all are constant menaces that : Home Missions entitled "Chrlslianity" l
" sonll.w.nd..dlU1ghtcra.capL{
require 'expert 'protection"not possible in fur' WJ5ld ,
and Mrs:'D. E. Williams and Mr. ; the Today1.At .
the home. Your garments will be beau- and Mrs. Clarence Nunsbaum. the conclusion of the program ;n I,
tifully dry cleaned at our regular mod- delicious refreshments weieseived
She expects to be joined there by ?sir, o
erate rates and returned in the fall at another .son-in-law! and daughter, by the hostesses site ciid f't KNOW f

your request, ready to we a r. Your MI'. aVid 1\.1'1.\ Wm. Dobrow of The May meeting will be heldat

clothes are insured while i I in our care. West Palm Beach. the home of Mrs. Ralph Alvaiez. ,

Mrs Dorothy Warren i of Ft. . didn't know that she was helping to LOSE THK: \

| WE WILL FURNISH MOTH-PROOF BAGS, Meade Is visiting her parents Mr. WAR! It would have been ao easy to find out . to
and Mrs. John W. Mathews Birth AnnouncedLt. learn why she had lost 10 many toys from essential I

LAGERS & STORAGE FOR 25c PER GARMENT Mis. L. E. Colson of Lake City war work and why the baby had come too loon and
was a guest Tuesday of her and Mrs. JohpyR. Roan announce PEPPER had, not lived!

mother Mrs. J. C. Manning and the birth 'of a son John "
Not Including The Cleaning other relatives. Reginald Roan II, bn March 10
She; hat! laugfcad wh. >b, doctor said!
the should have a
In the station hospital at Camp
Mrs. Ancll and
He has worked hard lo
blood Uet. Hidiruloui, ski thought . there was no
California. Before her marriage -
Mrs. L. F. Dlnkins are spending Cook, serve Florida with credit.

two weeks with relatives in New .Mis.,. Roan was MissBertha,

York City. Taylor= of Starke.Gwendolyn. :' o He worked to prepare n. to It could have been prevented 10 eailly . blood test and
defend ourselves againstthe .__,,___. .. ___ __ a
tarke teaners! & t t b d dace
wool d h
Dry LaundryPhone Shuford war. which he saw wucominc. SHE"DIDN'T K&bw"tht'of Venereal ar Disease e m ade. I.the no dllierinee.rllllpecter

t persona . that it is a silent treacherous nifth columnist ;iJ 1
Celebrates;,;)Birthday: e He ha made rood by any that does not show itself . that it strikes one person out

28 Junius M. Smith Steady .' fair role of estimate . of every ten before ac (0 . ,., 'that ears of"(victims
GwendolynShuford/ daughterof coiU the country 1500,000,000 a year.

Starke, Florida ProprietorNAT Mr. and Mr.'./:.tik.. Shuford of Because of seniority he will

Lawtey was honored with a delightful be better able to serve "
party Sunday afternoon. Florida In the neat C six "It Couldn't Happen to Me! ,
.. .
April 2, the occasion being her years.

12th birthday anniversary. He will help write the Six Women Out of Ten Who Are Infected Don't Know it.

4 After enjoying variety of Peace as a ranking member VO Is Preventable, Most Be Treated Can Be Cured. '
SEZ: games the young guests gathered cf the Foreign Relations -
around while Gwendolyn opened Committee.
The minute I put my long one her! lovely'gifta.! Consult your family physician or go to a free clink

}away In moth balls,' thinking that On./ the table stood the prettily As a member of the Senate

;, s Spring I. here. It turn. cold decorated birthday cake Iced In Foot War Planning Committee Sponsored by I
// again. The Red Cross Drive I NJunt white and decorated In pink and he will help In
rl, ,about over; thanks a million yellow. It was to p p e d with winning the Peace. YOUR WARTIME HEALTH COMMlITEE i

for your cooperation. April SOtli twelve pink and yellow candles. The first Job ahead l Is- KI.OUIIM STATE HOARD OK rtHALTH' ,

Is the last day to spend that No. Mrs. Shuford, assisted .by Mrs. WIN TilE WAR. LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT' ',

18 Stamp That's on a' Sunday, r y3 r V. R. Ferguson and Miss Mar UNITKI STATES PUBLIC HEALTH' SERVICE

better be here on the 29th. guerite Walnwright served homemade The second Job ahead Is- .c. .

Well be closed<< from now on ice cream and cake to the WIN THE PEACE.

every Wednesday afternoon. Don't 20 guests present. t I. He will continue his efforts Advrrtlwtiivnt I'alil YOI" By

forget. l'' for our Country.


(Thll .t paid for' kf friend
Mr. and Mrs. ,Robert Carterof .f Claud. Pepper who arc 'Inter-
cited In in early victory and e W. M. Edward", Cliin. llr. I. K. Abrania
Clay Hill, a son on Mar. 29. Suit peace>)> Health ComnilMee health .

To Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Altma'1 ......_ _ _....... -- ____ _._,,_.._._______
e of Vanderbilt, a son, on Mar 29. ,
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!If f your BARBIZON SLIPS have To :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon

." of Lawtey, a daughter, on Apr. 3, FOR YOUil-
To Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Qriffla
f finally "given, up the ghost"buy : . of Starke a son, on Apr. 4.
Ir "'Ill('I IT t.0111.. 1111U..OII.. .)
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TARILY PLEDGE SUP- Arthur Earl M>y.rr Plaintiff. vs.Ito. .
..* Meyer rfendant. ('.".. No. CAREFULLY
PORT TOFrank- 3019 i CHOOSE
ri'BMOATiov 1

JIll a 'AND NOTICB OF FM' TO>ftlI>API'MAItHTATK .V toKna Consider the merits and recoeds'ot.: .all the t 1

p'sl; D.UPCHURCH Meyer whose, re.ldoi><.. l I. unknown" candidates and SUPPORT THE ONE YOU FIND
You are re'iulr'e to appear on
May A, 194in the above named BEST QUALIFIED. ,
f'ourt and BONDS s k. dl..r"I Bradford County:
Telegraph hall publish thin OrderIn best man in the race. With your vote you win
next four weekly iMnueii.Wltneim ' be hiring a man to handle the most l'ellponslbleJo1)
\ the war my hand and official, I of this fa t.VOTE .
lose sight
Borbizon is actively engaged at Starke, .Florida thin' April !in Florida. Don't
and fabric for For e. 1944OFKICIAt.
effort. . making parachutes ( aI A1.) A..1. Thomas I"
An Clerk of mid 'ourt. WISELY I
Uncle Sam's armed forces. .. Robert H Duncan, Jacknonvlllx. ,
GOVERNORBecause .*.I&! Atty for I'lf 4-7 4t t.U I
Millard Caldwell has the ability character
iv niiriiT ('01 NT. RUADPOSt11roI.
'* '* and experience to be an o\Jt\ tand.
1 W w MTV.' KIOHIDtl IV' ( Ht- temperament
belief in the < .:HV.Kva Ins Governor of Florida. His record proves M!
Hart Chrlnele Plaintiff' "...
William Itahn Christie, Defendant. I
MAN has inspired faithin Can Nn 1015.oHOKtt .


-Sternberg's 1'-toUdral_ i .A.! f.... O.Paid Qpehrek fa. by ,:South HTATK Ilahn I.Carolina.: " FUmiDA hospital. wllo Columbia to.: residence William .. For 1 GOVERNOR I [ ] ; !Elect MILLARD I CALDWELL I I iIi

You arc requlre-1 to appear on 1
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"'W: ;''I W HAT .T 0 FIND I IN! STARKtti

Permanent Wave manent wave prize, provided they Mrs. II. SI. McRae t
are present when the winner 1 Is
'' To Be Prize announced." INFORMATION OF CAMP\ BLANDING SHOPPINGAND Mr and Mrs. Ruble Crosbyare STROUT 81:1:1.1.IltA1L:: ..

At NCCS Dance In the past, groups of young RECREATIONAL CENTER receiving congratulations on .fry Greafe.f......P..adrrplr..,.. n.. ....,
ladies have been: invited from .1. 01
the arrival of a new daughter. lIonl.-o
.. A r"ream,_ Hayero .. ._
ft ali
announcedthe .
s The USO-NCCS has neighboring communities to sponsor She tipped tne Beam ai; 0 x-<; world Free open iutinv *"*'
IG monthly schedule of dances, dances, but it is believed thatheie AMUSEMENTSThe Ibs. I E.A.STROUT REALTY AG
n for April. A unique feature will ladies and Wacs. i years ago. '
sufficient numbers In Dance, Starke There will be services at Pine'
I f be the Permanent Wave Dance are April 18, Bard and 70th Regiments Milk Bottle Those men who can arrange to Level Church each Sunday morn- Represented
set for April 11 at 8 o'clock. The Starke now to make the weekday Starke ladles and Wacs. will have Locally by
E, get passes an oppor- ing at 11 o'clock. Sunday'School 'I
door prize will be a permanent dances successful with local April 27, 63rd Regiment, South- 'FOODBowling tunity to celebrate the holiday at at 10:30. Services every Sunday F. C. HOLLINGSWOim( ;
J \ wave which must be secured at ladles. Each week a special groupof ern Dell Telephone girls and community and synagogue services evening at 7:30.: Everybody cometo 116 S. Walnut St. '
4 one of the several beauty salons trainees are transported from Starke ladles : Alley Cafe in nearby larger cities. The church.
In Starke. The winner will)) make Camp to attend the dances, Be- Mrs. Christian and Mrs. Street Camp Diner Starke JWB Army & Navy Com-
,, her own choice. Wave have accepted the Invitation to Come And Get ItFrank's mittee, of which Louis Shafkin In
with the Permanent
This dance is open to all girls ginning Dance on April 11, the NCCS Isplanning act as official hostesses for the Fine FoodsMaude's chairman; Mrs. I. Lecin, Vice- Drop in at the
Jn Starke, G. S. O. girls. Southern to useful women's NCC3 at these dancesTllERESSA.. chairman; Mrs. Harry Kaufman,
give a
\ Place Secretary, and Jack Zevin, Treas-
Bell girls, soldiers wives and at each dance. It has been
Park Cafe urer, being unable to a
dingle girls," said E. C. Marotta, hinted that the prize on the 18th sponsor SWEET SHOP
service In Starke,
community are
, director. "We also intend to have will be silk or nylon hose, and By Mb Ida Hagan Sweet Shop cooperating closely with the Jacksonville -
i ,,' a, a number of WACs present, who on the 27th a cosmetic set. BIRTHDAY DINNER Snack Bar JWB Army & Navy Com- Opposite Park Theatre
earlier The schedule of dances for
will be tendered a dinner
friends and relatives mittee t In the evening. All will have an! April Is: Seventy-six GIFTSGislain's home-like holiday atmospherefor ForCandy
equal opportunity for the per- April 11, Perm a n e n t Wave gathered at the home of I the service-men in their observance -

6... ... -,----..-.-.-,_,,1..imL......i.m.. _.i...mmamt mwTm ,;. Mrs. Delaney Dickinson Sunday i_ ,_ of Passover In Jackson- ITT 1
' rAJ ''H to help celebrate Grandma Hairs I Wonder Gift Shop ville, and in Camp Blanding. wrapped SandwichesThe
FOOD FIT 73rd birthday, She has ten children Bradford Photo Shop
40 grandchild and six Dress up for Easier. New

great grandchildren living. All MILITARYSUPPLIES Press Spring Shoppe.dresses! and bags at Leila's Coldest Drinks In,Town

enjoyed dinner with her under the

9''f( fora shade trees. She received many Gislain'sPHOTOGRAPHY AH Popular Magazines & Morning and Evening Paper?

: r nice gifts and beat wishes for

I many more happy birthdays. Bradford

Marlon Sullivan of Miami .spent
KINGNutritious he week-end with his brothers, Bradford Photo Shop
A. I* and C. Sullivan. Photo
Thomas Trlest, Seaman 2-c, of, THEATRESFlorida -
Tasty Inexpensive New York spent several days
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.S. rr
SHORT ORDERS FULL COURSE MEALS JohnnIe'Atkins of Jacksonville Ritz
4n died In the hospital last Tuesdayand
Open 9 to 9 Daily was burled at Hope Church TAVERNSBlanding FLA. Distinctive

;. , I":,' ,except, Tuesday, Cemetery munity expresses Thursday.deep The e s t 'sympathy com-- : Center BarMaude's Next to Western Union (Latter
to Mrs. R. M. Hersey and

; -" other relatives here. Place Developing Gift
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A Sunday, Y
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: : 1 The Modernized' "Spill The Milk" Baseball, Game

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I Ord::1 THE SINGING SENSATION CLEM AND MAGGIE of the many famous radio "names'
who will appear in Starke on Friday VALUABLE MERCHANDISE PREMIUMSTO
r HIS FIRST FEATURE FILM Nationally famous Radio Comediennes :
., 1\', April 14 with the Hillbilly)
who were the hit of the Jambotee in a large tent theatre, SKILLFUL PLAYERS
l; With Michele Morgan, Jack Haley Grand Ole Opry Tent Show last seating; three thousand and located -
season and prior to that were the on Madison St.
outstanding stars and features Cousin Wilbur, the nation's
with Boone County Jamboree of greatest Hillbilly comedian, Pete LADIES ALWAYS WELCOME
Comedy Station WLW Cincinnati Ohio, Pyle and his Mississippi l Valley
for two solid years. They also Boys and Girls, both former starsof
!:. "SOUTH SEA RHYTHMS" had a fifteen minute program WSM Grand Ole Opry Nash.
i ; every morning over WLW and vllle. Tenn., and a host of funs-
.,." Plus were known as Clem and Maggie ters, songsters,.'dancers, fiddlers, '1
Wllloughby. On one broadcast yodelers) and musicians all go to p HERE WE COME FOLKS !
a l LATEST WAR NEWS alone they were' the recipients, of make up two hours of solid en- HILLBILLY JAMBOREE
over forty thousand "fan" letters. tertainment and the greatest With
Clem and Maggie are Just two array of radio talent ever assembled "
i _. together under canvas. r, c COUSIN WILBUR
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Doors to the big tent open at ? Former Star Of
It'8 a Great Game, Soldier 7 P. M.. and the performance begins -
1 promptly at 8:15: P. M. It GRAND OLE OPRY
looks like a big night for local
u.yu .wM. Mr theatre goers when these famous '' VVSSI-N.ASirVILLE. T"NN.

BOWL former Grand Ole. 0 p 1\Y stars

,l, here for healthfulRELAXATION aa A
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II Starting TodayThe
: '
religious festival of Pass- i l'.trP1
\ 1I over, beginning at sun-down April 4 4 4 HERBERT-MARY FULLER.
,i j I5dL'4 7 and ending the evening of April
I f'l 15, will be observed a t Camp EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
Blanding In solemn and fitting a
I We alto serve good manner. Pre partitions by the CLEM and MAGGIE
National Jewish Welfare Board-
1 "? _ SANDWICHES U.S.O. have been completed with COUSIN WILBUR (Aw Former Stars 'of \VLW. Cincinnati. Boone County Jamb"" )"* I
r r the cooperation of the Camp of- Shucks) America's GreatTWO SOLID HOURS OF FIDDLING, SINGING, YODLEU I;|
J LIL l'' PLATE LUNCHES ficials, whereby over 1200 service eat 'HUlbUIy Comedian DANCING AND TIlE GOSH DARNDESTFUN YOU EVER &*
M"I'' I li, men and their wives will partici-
pate In the devotional ceremoniesand
be served the traditional un- (SEATS, FOR: 3,000))
'I' leavened food on the evenings of STARKE LOCATIONS
? !.April 7-8 at the Field House In ONE NIGHT,ONLY FRIDAY, APRIL 14 MADISON STREET; ;
Ji BOWLING ALLEY CAFE Camp Blanding. This holiday laIn
memory of the Hebrew forefathers POPULAR Come early; and bring the Whole DOORS OPEN 7:00: P. ''. .
r Temple Ave. Pop's Place who were delivered from PRICES Family. Cousin Wilbur Want PERFORMANCE STARTS 8:13: f I
Egyptian captivity 'over 3,000 to meet Ton

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\\NYBROOK FARMMrs. daughter, Eloise, were attending -I -y '
to business In USO-YMCA JWB a nun W.iortlawn.' aeenrdina' upon th* petition for sale! now on A
Arsula Crawford Tues- i Try Havoc' Stirring Story of Nurses I IK plat thereof recorded", In theIMitillc file In aid Court ''IT :.:I
; r
i ecnrda of Bradford
I ,
I AltonDobbs and day.Cpl. Program For Week County. Florida Dated March 30th 1944 J. )1., .
and Mrs. and Mrs. Otis Crawfordand Which Peach Crawford Guardian. ,

ten Eloise. Mrs. Inez Kelly baby spent several days last I 'Miracle of Morgan's Creek' Is Program at r.S.O.-.I.U'.H., TNllilie : application will be basedere ,3.31 U 4-ai .:' ,'.:
vlslt- Comedy"Cry
Halslop'were "
n Ella week in Lake Butler with rela- &: Wavihlngton
palatka Thursday. tives.
(For \trek bt..ltlnnlnA'1)1'11 7, :
Crawford re
otis Mr, and Mrs C. C. Crosby and Havoc", the much discussed )
Hailed of thru
ft'to Forest Tenn., as one the funniest \prll IS) THEPARKCAFE .
Camp sons, Buie and Bobby and Mr. and film booked for the Florida ,
spending a furlough here Mrs. O. N. Kelly attended the Theatre Sunday Monday and mid films of all-time "The Miracleof Friday night Informal recrea

ll Ills, wife and baby Mrs. funeral of Johnny A d kin a of night Saturday, is an intense and Morgan' Creek" will fill the lion, games.

L Crawford and Shirley Jacksonville at the Hope Ceme- gripping! drama realistically depleting mid-week spot at the Florida Saturday night 8:30: p. m 1 :

I tery Thursday. the heroism of thirteen Theatre next Tuesday, Wednesday Dance orchestra, girls door :
Lid Kelly of Plant City was women who stayed behind, with and Thursday.The prizes. JITTERBUG CONTEST:
Kg his mother, Mrs. Inez Hampton Happenings the wounded during General Mac- Sunday 10:30: a, m. Ht'cor.llngl.rellglou" 126
night Arthur's story stems from the pen S. Walnut
Thursday delaying withdrawalfrom muHlc. 3:30: p. m. Refreshment -
fly Barbara Home of Freton 1
C Ward and daughter, Bataan. Sturges which to Hour 4:30: p. m.,

:Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hals- rllCKCII SKRVICKS: : Margaret Sullavan. Ann Southern those In the film know should be Group-Singing cond u c t e (I by

Irs. Inez Kelly and Eloise An Easter Sunrise Service will and Joan Blondell star as enough to guarantee Its! originalityof Mrs. K. L. lliggs and Cpl. Joe I "Eat at the Best

\ and KIrby Thomas spent be held at the Christian Church three of the courageous women plot. The cast dues a Job that Abernathy. 8:00: p. m., I

-ek.en,1 in Crescent and Val- Sunday beginning at 7 A. M. whose confidence In their coun will length movie. '
bring each and every one of Jo.atur8'1
a. There will be an Easter Pro- try never wavers. At a base hospital Monday night--Games, And forget the Rest"Looking
and Mrs. Otis Crawfordby gram at the Baptist and Christian In Bataan, nurses and the players' Into a brand new music. I t.! ;

were guests of Mr. and Churches Immediately after nurses' aides are desperatelyneeded kind of limelight The co-stara, Tuesday night,Recreation night t.i I

[Raymond Johnson of Lake Sunday School. Church Servicesat to care for the wounded Eddie Bracken and Betty Huttoi, 8:00: p. m., U.S.O.-J.W.B. Party I !,

i, Friday night., the Baptist Morning and even- Fay Balnter, Margaret Sullavan were, given roles that are a complete I Wednesday, 2:00: p. m. Army for a Good Time? tj f I
|by and Buie Crosby turned Ing. Everyone .is urged to at- and Marsha Hunt are the only remaining Wives
departure from anything Bridge Club. 8:00: p. in. i
T pounds of scrap paper for tend. workers in their Come f I
unit. either one ham ever done before, Movie Shorts. 9:00: p. m. Bingo, to [
k'ar Effort last week. Six girls volunteer to help them. roles that combine dram prizes.
,i W C. Ward and daughter, Edward Saxon S 2-c U. S. Navy These girl. are from all walksof pure I I 'r
Be Mrs W. R. Halslop, Mrs. arrived, Friday or last week from life but united by a common their Inlml t u b 1 e comedy Thursday nl&ht--O. I, Jacks and Maude's
rise to
They the Place
occasion In Jllla Club
[kelley, and Alton Dobbs and San Francisco, and Is enjoying a cause. way that will make you love them a group) (married couples 1

_._ . -. From the first friction develops forever
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: Snack Bar, library, Across from NCCS-USO
between Ann Southern :a "The Miracle I l of Morgan'sCreek" darkroom showers and Hhav-

'ilyOURhill good-hearted but wine-cracking tells what seem! like !a lug equipment, of all
games '
girl both and Margaret in love with Sullavan.the Theyare same simple story, on the surface. Itconcel.ns kinds, kitchen, pianos.., wl"ltlngmatel.lals Temple ?I

the dilemma of a umall- musical record.. u
man. It Is not until he Is killedIn town, girl who In
a frenzy" of money orders. Beer
action that Ann learns he wallKecI'eUy patriotism, mari-lo an unknown .- Lunch

married to Margaret.With soldier tit a dance, 1'\ Till': <'01 HT OK 1IIM C'UI'\'
neither one .n IHI:. mi \1t.01l1l <' o i "'1'\.
this disclosure all their differences
.ot Dogs giving the right name. A* most "'I.OIITU 1. ,
are patched up. Interesting dilemma occurs! wh.;nIt IN:- Crawfordll UK. .:: P:"hlts i>f""Thoimin, llobert Good Fellowship l' 4 .

Based on Notcil I'lay i becomes necessary for her to NOTICK I lfo' AITMCATIO.V' ; FOIl ; 'I
Dogsamburgers "Cry Havoc'," which 1 18 based (find her husband. Her civilian )l.KAVr: : To MKI.I.I' I..AM: .
Notice In hereby p p. .'
ulven to all
on the successful stage play of 1 boy friend Brut ken, I la Involvedto whom. It may rnnrein Hint .'"".-11 .1
the same name presents a vivid I t the point where he must Crawford. II" itunrdlan. of thecxliite. : "
[ f f coma of Thom Itohvrt: , ,
Crawford .Minor"
and rent picture of the epic stru with .j.jJ
k i up Home mighty good Ideas. will on the lut day of May, 1U44
gle on Bataan. The all-star cast ''1 What he does and what the apply, In the llonorahlii !1'1.! 1 K. Ia J '

rises to tne Inspirational themo "miracle" Is, no reviewer with a ivriyman County, Couuljr at |Pita.liulKe!l offlcv In nod In the forKiild n

"COME AND GET IT"J. and every performance standout, I 1 characterlza11 I County at 10.011: oVIork.. A. M., or I IHH 'S i
as a sharply-etched for yourself; we guar n lee you'lllaugl1 I I noun tliereaft.r MM HIM nuitti-i I
W. Griffis, Prop. Next to NCCS-USO tlon. l your head'off.. can .he heard. for. authority to Hell, ,
,_. at imlille or pilVHtv nlf, the folloUIIIIC .
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., bid. H'lll fXlKlO I III ,,/I''I'",
12-day at home. I I" ('11111'1' (.011111'. lilt \UI'oll1.1 l ('..onlv. to-wlt i
I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Holley had iiiivri.' 1''I.tI/11111 1 iv III \-r Went haltVii; ) of Jot, Flftv- f i I
RRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'SEAT f HIII.nrigulitt two (62)( ) of ppptlon t'!> TownI I I
as guests during the week-end M L Hlliurf,; I'hilnltff V". "I'i'.| R Houlh! Itiintce 22 Kim I ,.
c.... MI' and Mrs. S. D. Riiulerson of 'red[ li. Ntiiart; ,.,V'f'.lulu"l.I | ('n"e! I.ot Thrvn ((3) of Section 92
NO. S'ni2.fillDKIl! ToWIIKllI I)) A Hlllllll' IlllllKH 22KiiHt >} I f
Foley and Pfc. and Mrs. J. A. ,: OP ITHMCATIO.X:. riintalolnw In all 1.1
HEREIF Crews! of Jacksonville.Pfc. 'I ASH: NOTICt-J, } TO .tl'l'l'.1It acres. more or less and being: I
8TATI-2 OK Fr.OlllliA to: Ftd' I,.
Marvin Klland, U. S. Army, :Sfuultvhoiie, revUlenco IB 1727 41wt .
YOU LIKE HOME: COOKING to( for the past year has been In Aus- "lure 1:1.: h:., WiiMlilnirlnii, l I' O
You am required ti !
> '
appear on Ii
C/2 tralia, but due to 111 health returned April, 17. I 1941. In tin ultuvti metal1'eurt WellaveEVERYTHING
f t t States few .. and caus" wl1".ill'plulllllft
to the a weeks t
.. .
>>vUii .11 vor. . 'II',ucl rcird County .
I ago. He Is now enjoying leave Telegraph| shall ptilillnli. this order
Ic. a home. Ill next tour wevltlv .1.511.5.. . j
CHILI - HOT DOGSSANDWICHES \\IIH|| my hand, I and I offlclalnal ..
... Mrs Olen Bedenbaugh of Jacksonville I :ui starke, Klorlilu, this lulh
t'1 Is spending thin week with day of March, 1944. /
her parents Mr. and Mrs. L>. D. An*Clerk t>f xora Court. e I 1

OUR SPECIALTY sg Eiland.Mr. "'. Flunk. "I.niKiruni I'I1"rll"L Florida' you'll want f for
Atlyii. for J'lf. J-17 4t 4-14 a I
and Mrs. C. H. Harper returned -
tall St.. Next Door To Western Union IsCU Sunday after spending I'C:'IIU'I'I'.' C'UI IIT. 111DKOH l>
('01 NTI, FI.OIIIKtl
IN fllt.N-
) sometime with relatives In Miss creur.

; RRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'S.I issippi. Wads- Hoi Mxip.! islilvmrHky viuintirr.. VH.Also Minim Unnwn'aM Hootsidror "ol' -- ! BIG EVENING ! ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
<> "ko"! AlKo known ux I.IIlUn' Hoot
worth Jr.. and family spent Sun- Hyde' .Mi'riMulrint, 4uxM Xd. 211)10)
I OltlUCIl OK PUIIII!'.\TI(); day in Jacksonville A.\l NOTK'R/ TO AI'PKAH
Mrs. C. L..' May and children, HTATK: OK KI.OKtDA" to: Mlllun OurBreakfasts

THEATRE "Dicky" and Sylvia, and Norma Root*. r.lllliin HlilnrofnU Hoot, Hyd.also, "linn known llrlnh-usMr

w A I) and Joan Sweeney and Mr. and lon York.llviich AV..llue. Ilraoklyn New

STARKE Mrs. William C. Kammerer weroguests You, are rcqulrvil to appear on
!! of Mrs. Marie Gnann of April nth, 1944, In Ihs I above tiiirnetl Are --- at ---
last Cotift and l I'HUHi wherein plaintiff
Jacksonville Thurs day of :
pprkn divnre.I itrsd"rd County
Midnight Sat., Sun. Mon. week. Telegraph| shall l publish. this (Order. SomethingTo
... In next four weekly iMHiieH.VVIIlnHH .
my hand and official l
April 9-10 'THREE GREAT' neat nth. at IS44 Starkv, Florida. thin March Crow BLANDING

t STARS! (dp'r'IClAIHRAr. : .) A, J. Thomas
A. rlvrk ot ...uld Court.
Walter C. irnr IAVOCIE31
SMOTHER iuKRt AIUtMINI1It CASTT! nee 1 w Fltt. Atty. for Plf. 3-17 4t .-14
or -wi "Start The Right'! I-
COKIMUK m ctMtor NOMEN'f i\ rnic TIT ('(>i IIT.rorrrv Fit UJVOTID Day !
WIIM m HUM w WOMEN .H tAlKUl FI.Onuh.1t lV l'11Att, CENTER
New ('.I.Ity.Pmntld <* .,'
MARGARET ANN This Week I* Ontrh.r, T'lalnllff. vit.. ; CAMPDINER
SULUYAHSOIHERNBLONDELLeJaf Afflbu 1t" t h IAitchr. Defendant. ,

Cass l'r.tOIiF';: : ,
CuddleToys ( PtTBMCATrO.VANT :
Mwee HTATR 0.. Ff-OUlPA to: MelhaTlulh BAR 1
\ Butcher, whOMe. TSS7denr.l l ,IH: ::1 r
7'MITN 3n: West. llurck St. Ht.! I.oulH' MlnBourl -
For Tots I, lit. II 1,
Corner Call & Church
FAY BAINTER MARSHA HUNT -* 1r +r You are required In appear nApril n I
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24th 1044 In lh above namHI ---one.a.apate..eee .aw..Wno--.-.
RAINES FRANCES GIFFORO .. Court and i'Biiii< wherein plaintiff -
DIANA LEWIS HEATHER ANGEL a.eks. divorce.' Bradford
Screen Play By Paul Oiborn Baud Upon 4N ('.."nty Telftrrnnh' shall pnhllMh. thin
OTHYAlMOTIwSK the Play by Allan R. Kenward Order In next four weekly I....IIH.WltneHN ..
MncM. Produced EDWIN KNOPF m) hand unit official
enl lit Htarke. Florida. thin Marrh2lHt.
OFFICIAL. HK\T.) A. J. Thomas
P Atl flfrk of mild Court GIRLS. 4 i
Tue Wed. Thur April 11. 12. 13 IndianTOm.Toms T. Frank t.nndrum. Hturke. Florida
.. .- i.ltiy, for i'lf :S-S4 4t 4-14
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es the h SOc To ,I, e jffohw !u

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15' .i : GirlsPERMANENT !
Kockenlocker... '
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i'te t, and Children or hungry)- . Everybody \Welcomeu.

and wanta
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BRA'KEN BETTY HUTTON At The "New" with a minimumof -

fuand ..

WONDERGift bother- TUESDAY, APRIL 11 tr '

drop into

ShopNext TheSNACK 8:30 P.M. TO 11:30 P.M.

NtAMA LTAN ft witilAti fAktA1SY I
>, IroATUHAItNitt AkAdit"Ayd-fwl0tt" BAR SOLDIERS 63rd I
asl Door To RegimentY. i
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County STATE OF FLOnlDA to: RufnZebedee I Neldra Marie Th. I

POLITICAL Judge I have tried ta> conduct the Cemetery WorkingThere Dealers WarnedOf N Telegraph e e k. divorce.ahall puMlKli Bradford this OrderIn whose residence. I ID un-, Case. No. HOIS. tO) ...

I office' fur the beat Interest! of the next four weekly UHUFH.Wltnexn known. I OHOElt 01' |.
ANNOUNCEMENT: lieople. and County, and If you reelect Drink hand and official' You are required to appear on AXIS: NO'l'I('" t"*OW, A*
ma It la my intention to continue will be a cemetery workIng Overcharge Beat at Mtarke, Florida this April May 1. 1944. In the above named "' Al' !
roil. M'llOOI. SIr iiHVrr5M: >iTI : to conduct It imnelflMhly ajid. at New River on Wednesday, 6. 19H. Court and (.au..... wherein' plaintiff Marl. -niompat-1 :,.' >* I?

/. hereby "prcnent mynelf I,1< a candidate for the bent Interest. of all.Kenpectfully The following warning concern- tliKKU'IAIj SEAI) A. J. Thomas seek Os divorce. IVadford County In 4178 Council I V"1* ''i
fi.i' 1h.- fflc" of Hui>erlntertnvnl April 12. Everyone IB urged to Am Clerk of raId ('ourl.I' Telegraph .Khali puJilloh thl I... Order. Los Angles Cou, , i

',, or .I'ubHi. I nut met lull.. .subject K. K. l'J'HRY rAS. come and bring another interested ing overcharges on soft drinks, Robert II. UunMin, JackHimvllle. In next four weekly .I IKHUCB.WltneHM You are ,' ," "ut':'"
to the pleasure of the voters" In the County Judge I' Kla. AllY for 1'lf 4-7 4t 4-3K my hand and I offic4a'lseal .. April 14th, liuV! )'
I-ilmary. Hle.-llon of May 2. 1144If I person with you. There will has been received here from the at Htarkv, Florida thl March ed: ' ai.. ** .W'
elected I.. this office, I 'will al FOII MIIKHIKF be dinner on the grounds.-Fi. H. Price Division of the Office ut : I> (.I itS'S IT ('01 KT, Illl \IKOHI S3rd 1944OFFICIAL. lift :. at > hO't' ;
nil time <...n"n..1 myelf In. ft manner I I take thin m"1'' ..f announcing Price Jackson C'Ol: %.!.. FI.OHIIHl I\ ('ll\.>- ( SI' At.) A. J Thoma,* County TeleKrnpl. l>
i-wnilm. .I Ive In the iiriiiimljon" of my candidacy for I the office of Green, clerk. Administration in ('1:11,'. An Clerk of ..ald Court.T. Ur \.01'
the mluratlnnal system u> f thlMrnunty Sheriff'! of Hrailford County. nubjoct. ville. O. H. .lIlnlt'"r. Plaintiff v... HallleJl. Frank l.Hinlruin, Mtarke. Florliln. .."rXntJ" ,I.. .

I e-.rn"Htly. unllrlt your to the will of the Democratic vntem I efendant. Case No. .Alty, for .IMf. 3-SI 4t 4-21 .SSViM1'-i 5
IV ('In< ..I'I' ( 01 KT. KIUMTIJIIM4III. It has come to.the attention of '" .t,
vol. and support In the primary election of May I ('IIK'iriOF 3IH:!. I ''
JlII.I.\'IIf: : L, 'CTCH it. I 11144. If elected, to thin poNltloll. III ,. l> AM> FOIt HIIADFOIII FI.OII this office that a number of soft oitDKit op 1'1.ItI.U'ATIOlf: iv" rntcrrr- ('0' liP HI 'In'Olll: I (OPWCIAI. SEAl: I *
of twill dl"- I COI'l"%. FI.OIIIDtl ICHAN: Clerk of fir '
bight renpt.nMblllty. '
(01 vrv. %o. aiw raised their ANI NOTICE TO APfKAIl 'II' "
drink dealers. have '
Percy l.. 1"1'
roil corvrv ('In' 'UI5IUltI! charx the duties of Ihe office 'kwwiv
I hereby nnnounre my candidacy, 'the. bent of mv ability and In to// 'IIObwtlr rorpiirele mmtrr Her prices on bottled soft drinks to a II. Uelllnirer whose reoldvnve l I. Henry A. foIlAllff.rb Plaintiff, v .. .II
for Count CommlHHloner from IHNtrlct fair' and Impartial manner HOB lit of Article IK ef the ('0.. higher price than that which they Shelby, North Carolina..
N... 7. .uIject 10 th. will of vote and active support will .lltatloM .( the Ntatc .t Florida 3025. : ('lIt.r C'OI '
I the nemorri.Ho voter In h.. primary M-reatly. appreciatedSincerely. fur sad on behalf v( UHIIFOItlOINT1. > charged during March 1942 .lit You are required to appear on OKDKK OF PUBLICATION: I' ( 0 1'5'rt-. Fl.ctlllll\1 br I In,
electedI May. 8. 1944. In the above iuamodCourt I') TJ( APPEAR '.. I
.elertloc. May 2. If ( KI-OltlUA. AND NOT 1C ( :IlY; I'
direct violation of the I
43 promise tf> help administer. the I M. L. JOHNS.: Pelllleaer EmergencyPrice und i-aune. wherein plaintiff STATE OF FIX>RIDA to: Erma Robert Richard 11og01

., ..ff..lri" ..f tIpS entire i-ounty. In all Control Act. .. e e k a divorce. Ilmilford. County M. Stauffer. whose residence la 189 Viola Myrtle II., ,. .r.P I,
and .,,,"r. to S'l"\l"n Telegraph aliall publish thin Order South Fltihugh Str. "et, JCochenter, Case No. 0.
h.inetit. fair Banner FOil AHNKM! OI< OK Tr.t IIi TIIK OF FLOIIIIIt. et .!., ,,
'' .. All persona are hereby warned III next four weekly I I..u H.WltnexH .
tile lioHt .of inv nbllllv. J V hereby candidacy lle.poaideat.. I NewYork. RIlEIt OP P
annoiinc my official},
i hand and 1'RLlrA
will b.. ureatl my You are required to appear 01 AND >
and ac-tlvw support for re-election to the office ofAHueHHor .n..J MH that If they have raised their NOTICE TO
y of Taxex. suit earnentlyM TO THI-2 MTATB OF .FLORIDA Heal at !:Starke Florida thl.p11 May 1, 1944 'In the above nam..deuurt foITATF OLe .. APr,
('rllwford. prices above their March 1942 C, 1944 Pl0ttt111.;
-F.. I.
I TJII3 8KVKHAL PHOPKHTY OWN.RH8. -. and cause wherein plaintiff Myrtia Boyer
It vote and' Prom- who"
1 your OFFICIAL SEA.) A. J. Thomas .
I ----- |icing| you that If I am nominated TAXJ>AYI ltM. CITIZKNM AND: ceilings they must immediatelybe As( Clerk of Maid Couit. seeks divorce. Bradford County at AUdubon St., SprlnSfltlC r. ..

rOil 1..1.lU.: ..... and re-elected. I will rive you four OTIIKUH HAVING Oil CI.AIMINO: restored to such ceilings. Any T. Frank undium.l Kturke. Fla.'' Telegraph Khali publish this OrderIn cb'll..tte.. ,
) of ANY HK1IIT TITLE< Oil INTKKKHT: : next four weekly Iniuea. You are
voters .aui.t cilierila more yearn of honest faithful and r"ql1lr.d
The 10
To 4-7 4t 4-*H
',k ...ft..t.....I ,.....ft'v, Imnnrtlal." ...rvl.... IN PHOPI3UTY 'l'() UK AFFI3CTUD:: violations of price raising broughtto Atty. for IMf. Witness my hand and official 24th 1944. -In .u.. .I'April .!\,
""I- hereby; : announce' my ciuidldac: 'T'nkhtr, fur pant. favor HY TIlE:: IS8UANCM, HY THM. our attention will be turnoJ IV" (IHCTIT (-'OI'Il" '. Mil \nFOItll seal at Starke, Florida this March I tiff" I Court and caiiH' .Th";; : |;
' re-election t. the office of and truitlnir a continuance of the STATE HOAHD OF ADMINISTRATION '" UU". lack divorce
for ( 0( Pl.OHIUil IN ('II.'\-
I Sheriff .of Kradford County. l In Name, I amYours OP TIlE 8TATK' OF PUkll- over to the Investigation Division OHV.NTV A. 1. THOMAS I"County'Telenraph lush, JOF
second ",,\. FOIt AND ON HEM ALP OFHHADFOUD Aa Clerk of said Court. Order In next
which I am now (wrvlnir my moat sincerely, for attention. Ive Urva Orando, rialntlff, VII. I roul "" 'k
turn. Slnr. tOY el".Uon' ; "" your B. W. HATES. COUNTY. FLOIUDA.OF Nada Koalnl Defendant. Case No. (OFFICIAL "SEAL,) Witness nay haut4.
Hherlff I have at "II times c."". -.. THK BONDS HEKEINAFTKHMORE Each reall seller of bottled beerIs Knight &: Knight "Kttirke' Florida at l4tarke. Flurlda 'hi
d-itlei. of thiN m..t ''mitortatit VAKTICULAKLY DKSCRIBKD. ,: Attyx.. for Plf.' 3-81 4t 4-81 ))22nd: 144. I ,
y-- ducted the also ORDER OF prnurATION'ANI :
office In ... fair h..t. volt srpKntiaohttie Oil TO ni-3 AFFECTED IN warned not to sell beer in NOTICR TO APPEAR I ( >f CIAl. SmA t.) A.
hnnrsIiC. and impartial mann..r. ( IIKUIVUIATIOV ANY WAY THEREBY.The excess of hU permitted ceiling iv: (.lIu..r ('oVi'T. DI''UFODJI Aa { erk of said Court J.
>, MianNad I
STATE 1 F FfjOllIDA to
r..cUon I am I hereby announce my oandlda..vtnI' State of the I : cOIU8'l'T. FI.OIlIDVl IV t'H.%>- 'I'\ Frank Landitiri1,
.eekin" Florida through I ,
s the office of Superrlnor' of price. Roalnl %: Mra. VltorIJa"- ,
mY r..1 'u your $herIffI State Attorney of the Eighth Judicial 4'KHY. I Atty. for Pit.I jfClllCt
II nn ReitU'ratlon for a full term. hayhug Inl (Mother). Xablace l>alnmtla.Country .
during Oei-ard John Ulola. Plaintiff TS.Ellxabrth .
Dr the paNt eight years Circuit of the tate of Florida Violations of lids nature are I of YiiKnalnvla.You .
been appointed
Joist recently .
k Uon" served Nlnolul tjlola,. Defendant.Cane .
I at sit I
E, : ,hl..h I have that I feel fipe to I by the Governor to fill the unexpired and the several property owner., subject to the penalties' Imposed are equlred to appear on . No. :300S.ORDER i" IT ('OITheodore iti'. IRI
cltlzena and other having
\ manner taxpayer,
a above namedCourt (
I a and support 'hI term nf Hon. James. JI'. Hoi April 10. 1944 In the OF PITBL.ICAT1OV I 'Oi'd'rt .'I.lIlIlIItl"
''I ,.licit your vote ; 2. llnitnworth., realft-ned or claiming any right, title or by the Emergency Price Control and cause, wherein plaintiff I C5R'.
I h. primary .U<'tlon of STay interest. In property to be affectedby ANI NOTICE; TU) APPKAU
seek Bradford
144. I ha v. served an Hnerlrr in The vote and active mipport of the issuance.. of the refunding, Act, and may result In divorce.shall County STATE OF FIX>UIDA to: Mra. I U Sihulir PI.,.
t' times In all voter In the Democratic Prlmarlea Telegraph" publlxli thla Order Margaret 8chl"r",".
trying Elizabeth Nkolul Hula No. 3403.lrd I ,
of the must bonds hereinafter .
mentioned tube fines. suit
one or Imprisonment or for . .
lit next four weekly InHUra.WltneKH So. ::1001.OHnEn.
the history of Bradford' County and In May are earnestly aoll In any way affected thereby i I : Street AstorIa, I-. I.,' New. I
hand and official
'i. h1vlt.$ you at any time to investigate cited.If . shall. be. and they are hereby required treble the amount uf overcharge seal. at btarke. my Florida thla March York. I 011'I pl"ln.lrA'ANII
worked NOTICE: ,
I have elected I will faithfully perform required lti .
to Al'
record. You are appear "n (
to appear before this' court or fifty dollars whichever amount 10. 19H.OFJo'IL'tL. STATE
air- ; t;. make ltradford each and every duly connected !. In the abonan, I OK FLOIllDAl:
f at .times I at the Court house In Starke. Florida May Is 1944. ,
1Ika. ... County a resiectsIte" flare to live with the office III an effltlen. on the lilt day of May 1944. I Is greater, or other appropriate ( SI AI.) A. J. Thomas i ed Court. and' ('au.Vh.r..ln plaintiff I ret Schulxe' whoM rMJ
An Clerk of said Court.Walter 1100
and Clay Street 7
fr I earnestly solicit your voi at 10 o'clock A. M., and Know cause action. I n e e k H divorce. Bradford. I Ian
C. IlardrHtr.. Daytona Beach California.
; 'I. aupport on 1\II1Y I. why: tlie pray.... of the Petition County Telegraph shall publlHh. thin. I
) -A. O. A.VDREUFOH manner.H"HLUlj'r'R. KELLY This Fla. Ally for Pit 3-17 4t .4-14 .. You are recmir,) t to
filed In the above entitled proceeding warning is called to your Order In. next four weekly lH men.Vltiif I
April 24th f.ed f.
: should not be granted andthe > .KH my hand and official 1944. In the ,
attention due the ix niict IT cot
to tendency ofa IIT. iin\i>Koni> Court and
cause. whr.,
Ihct > ('OI''IITY ('0'1'0'11 Poll corvrv ('0'1101810'1':11"I..trl..t : bond therein deecrlbed and the ('O"'IITr. KI.OHIII I I'M rtlllH- seal at Htarke, "Florida, IhlK 20th.ofMarch. tiff week II
IT,1 ,." IMIlllli'l1. TWO OneI : proceeding* heretofore had, nut hun- few dealers t 0 violate their CKIIV.: 1944.OFFICIAL dHorw. i
of my l sing; the issuance thereof be validated ( N1- A f.) A.. :J.' .ThomaaA County Tvlevrnph Nliall: M
I.. At the request of many hereby announce my candidacyfor ceiling price thus taking advantage John A. Zcbfdec, Plaintiff V". UnthZebPdc Order- next four wteki.
l D friends.. I hereby announce mv candid reelection to the offlcM of and confirmed a* In paid <>, Defendant. Cane No. 2917 Clerk "f said Court. Wltn M* ,
for e. Coinmli- loner County Commissioner, District One. Petition prayed ald bond connlBt-. of the Increased demand for ORDER OF PUBLICATION Walter 1'. llardeKty"Imytona Bench ."al at l4tarke my h."d.| u

from ary niatrlcl Numbed, Two (North. Bradford County Florida. 1 ",r..aUyappr..clat. log of refunding bond of the State: and shortage of soft drink. and AND NOTICE<< < TO AP"fo AIt.TAXPAYERS'I Fl 1... Alty. for- Pit. 3-24 4t 4-14 t..t.. I9U.I . Florida .is
E4. HtarUe) and If 1"0111111 at.. il, and the confidence the voter Hoard of AdnvlnlNtratlon of the ; -
,, Plated. I will continue to nerve have shown in me In the past State of Florida for and on behalf other beverages. iv ('iiiciTr (roi'nr 'Riir>Fnm> .: A* Clerk A J. TI''

4 1 1 to the .best. of. my ability a1 have and aure. them that If reelected of Bradford County Florida PRICE DIVISIONA. COI'VTV.' FI.OIIIU.41 lfll.*>- I ( of ".
In the pant. I wish In thank my I will continue to conduct the affairs In the aggregate Bum of $25,000, fKHY. Knight & KnlAh'
friends for their i>ui-t' PP'-t. and of this office In an honeiit dated July I. 1944. bearing interest W. Pierpont ESTIMATES Donald O. Thompson, Plaintiff. vs.ELECT Atlyn. for: lIarS
favor '".. .lowest obtainable when jyf. HI
the rate
will IIIIRln efficient and Impartial, manner. at
hops District Price . I
: Officer. . ,
111- .
at three cent
with your volen In the May Anrluff you of my thank for Mild at par or per
J "I ill' uiarIaI4.. your vote and support on May 2nd per annum when sold to the high. Carefully. :

Again thnnklnw you I am'Ifully. et and best bidder, payable renii- f I !
unnuiahlyand numbered from 1 todois.'niptionoi I\ c-mrriT'fot'itT; nntnronii Prepared FOR YOURSUPERINTENDEj
Yours r..p..ctrlllly._ f-. I COSS'1 n.n. -P. D. nEDDISH. "e '.._... .__... _. __'_ M"_"_ ('OI'Is- ......,..... .. .S",.I .*.-.!*. .L...-_ - - -
;. ; ; which re'fundlnutS.tfltie ;; ; CKHV.V:
ar '
u contained In the Petition Irving Mt.!! Louis. PlaIntiff "". BY i
'' ('OMI1eMlOlltDltluti'l : am a candidate for reelectiono I J. A. FILLYAW
(4)4i Imma St.
Foil herein. I Louis, Defendant., Cane. .
VIIIIKnI ) the office of Clerk of CircuitCourt OF
1 wIsh to announce my canal- subject to Ihe will of the Thin Rule Nlxl being issued In ORDER OP H. O.: BROWN I PUBLIC
C member" of the. I H., of people in the next Democratic, Pi'I- lieu of a like Rule Nisi except for AMI Pt'nMPATlOV( 'I
i,.1 dacy H Commlxi-lonern. IHmrlct( \ 3.Houth marie. lime and place of hearing lnue. ] NOTICR TO APPHAIl INSTRUCTIOXVOTE !
County HTATK ,
Hturke. subject to hiS will I am Indebted to the people nf herein on lIIar"' 9. 1944 which. 1 I. St. Louts. OP KI.OKIUA to: Kmma 118 8. Walnut St. I

u(% of the votem I In the. this Countv for their.. lentlxhlp, hereby rescinded and cancelled k whose residence la un.
I have and i if tHINK AND ORDERED at Htarke. FOR
primary elepllon. May 2. mipport' and encouragement You Starke. Florida
.4 I<< I ,,e.''f been .a reMdcnt of llradforrt (.,,"nty'Ii re-elected .1 I will render faithful Florida, thin :21/"" t day o( Match. May. K. are 1944.required In the to above appear named on I
elm-a I'JIXI) 'tUtu I this Is ''n" flrMttlme' service. In the office' and take evervoccnHlon : 1944. Court and
: :'t have ever linked! for a publla for exprepxlnir. my approbation . A. 7. ADKINS.: cause, wherein plaintiff -.

ufrl..... If elected I promiHe to nf your confidence.A. HRAT;!, Circuit Judge. '- I
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_ _ _ .; ;' transact the HffnliH. of my ,rtlitrlctand J. 1'110\1: ;! 3-31 4t 4-14 J --------S.-- -ppit
,j..: , l the county nt Inrite. In u fair. ;

f I and Ionp.trt. lot manner to the host Toil MtlMHKII I : OI'1 !ilt'IiOOI. ,
of ,mv.abllllv.: : I will greatly. np- 110 \llllI Prompt Service Careful DriversStarke

. predate your Vote and "UOOl.OE."I'I".rt..firi hereby announce my candlilncyor ELECTGEORGE .I

; -W. J. 5,'ii.'ni Hoard. member' of ]III.| .-

: .z f rlct 2.'rl.lnll I t ha HoiithStarke
"" FoiL ('01"1'V ('ie-
Three ,Inct*, Nil iuJect to I Ihe will of the Taxi Service

'? I wish to announce my candidacy n.'n..I.IIII.01"..* In the Prl- .
r for re-election an a member manes In May
... of the ;Hoard of County ComnilwHlonern : : I eurneHlly solicIt your, vote arduppoit .0 _
4 from District. Three ( South .. and If elected I will rtixhuiKtt -1 : :
Htarke). subject to the will of the ,' the iluit ice of the office Phone 150 ,,

voter In the May t primary I 10 the .bent of my ahllltv.: 4c" .
i '1' will appreciate: : your vote and, sup- -C. SULLIVANon : -

port and If re-elected will continuuM -
.$, I the dutlea of the offlee '
to dlMchnnre .. I "' HI' I'IIt I\'i'll: % >i-:>'i' Day Night
the bent of my ability. a '
to OF l'llll.I(' I'''''1'11 ("11th\ "
have don In th. pe.t..Y WYNX. I am a candidate' for Countyuperliitendent

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_ Ion subject J to the will of theople ----r--------- ? ? iu

KWIt I'OTNTV ('O'll'II"ThreeI < IOMSIlHUIrlct i:><*:::: at t he next. Democratic\ in I'llnarle 0), eq.p_..,- pa-tae.oe-p__._ ___._._ __....
F' .*. My experience and Inlerentn I N
_ _ wish to uniiounce mv: rftndl Hthool affair is l Hiibmltted for' _
ducv. BH a member. of the Honrd. of your convlderatlon. If elected I'' _

; j, County (.' o in m iHHlonem. District. will give my whole time, effort EVERY BRANCH.. OF.
b \ Three.\ Mouth Stiirke, subject to, and I thought to better .chool and ..
the will of the Iiemocratlu voters '
a n economical. admlnlHtratlon.i In'
1 In the Primary Klectlon: May. 2. any event. I will retain my real For
this office. I KhalidlHchnme
4 If elected to .
t interest In and give my cooperaIon -
mv duty to the bent of 3nJu.ranceR.'C.
S to our proitram.H.
mv: knowledge. Your vole and K. Sl'AUKH.FOIt .
,' support will .be hlKhly upprecl"tra

.. I Arthur R. MTwenty
-U. L. 1.KK. C'OI''I''' ..11'.10 I
\' the (cltlien and voter oftindford One
I roil torvTY, 'II''OI110'1'I'' ' County: Year Ex '
; HUIrli-t No.4 I hereby. announce my candidacy.
I hereby. announce that twill for 'the office of County Judge :' A. In School Wait
be a candidate for re-election a. ubject to the action of the Voters WALL

County CnmmlHMloner from l>l trlct ''In the May primary. YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT

_ _ Four corn irislug I.' precinct I am, a Hradfoid. County man .
nl.h''Th'c; ;. :
of ';, t> .. and intl have, erved. you In many was. B.
iraham.. If ro-elei-ted. I will continue loth In bUHlneH. and ... a public WILL BE APPRECIATED HONESTQVALJFIED

__ __ __ b to trannnct the duties of this ervant. I h.the experience Agency
office. In ii fair. and Impartial manner allot ability to serve you In this. FLYNNYour
i1 . a* I have tried to do In the mportant office and promise you -

past: Your vote and support will .i fair efficient and courteous ad- Constant Service Over 50 Years
_ I, b. greatly appreciatedY.l' ilnintratlon. I hano ax to (Paid Political Adv.) REL1
:.. C. CHASTAIN. irrlnd or atone. to throw and'and .
l will serve you In the way you ,.., ,

..: r. COWTY: 'otnll""IO"F.1l: h"ve a. right to expectW. . I SUPERINTENDENTOF 'Please Phone USCLASSIFIED
M. lID WARDS.Foil .
Ulntrlet N. B
4 f '. .
10 -_-_-_-_ _ .-
I heiebv announce my candidacyfor INSTRUCTION --- - - - - _-pSe
.1 .. County. Commlanloner: of Dlatrlct M'IIOOI.I 110'1) .
, Ni>.< B nomprlMlnir, the ITooker "..I..hy announce mv candidacy A Man On Tarafl]
t and New River Preclhcta nuliject fur" /Hcliiiol, Hoard member, for Dlrlct *-
to the will of the Democratic Voter Two South Ktarke) and If CapableEfficient
In the Primaries In May elected I will serve the County a* ADS
__ __ __ I The vote and active support of "II whole to the best. of my ability. Looks to Yj
J, the voter In the district are earnI' I will greatly appreciate. your vote Trustworthy

etlv .oll"'l"d and I promise If nn.1 Mupport on May 2.KeMpectfully. WANTED

1-; ,, i lccted to dlNclmrire" the duties of !
I. ," Ih. th-office. In .a fair. and Impaitlal j. 13. BROWN Listings on'apartnwnt*. houses or To protect HIS futunHjturinfl

manner. hoinra for 'rent- located within 20 NOTICEAmmunition capable honest
t .J i M. O.H nAnnt LL. F'Oil SCIIfiOI. HUPKIUJ4TI3NDENT: silent at home. Sen. E
I livrebv. announce my candidacy mile of Starke
I IbUlln
. I, roil ('OV fI'I' %BI.K. III ; : I hereby: announce my candidacy' ubllo InHtiMii-tlon Hiibjpct to the E-L-E-C-T ,.. man hat PROV
I for the office of ConHlable of Dintrie will of the Democratic voter in for knows the plan for P
'. ., t No. 1 comprUInK the vutliiR" the M.iv: I'rlmiirle I feel that mv: T. !UTE; RealtorIF
Precinct of nwtey, North Htarke loony year of experience In school W. M. MITCH signed Farmer .for. ALL post war
and South Starke' Hiihject to the vork qualify iii' .. to admlnlxter. the ( )
will of Ihe liemocratlo Voters In .ttltiee ..r this. office. In II. fair and YOU WOULD. BUY OR SELL, applications has

\ he Primaries In May. fflclvnt. manner I nhall. icrentlypprerlute milk cow?, stock cows beef cattle ELECT ERNEST I
i: The vote and active support of It. your vote ami active i arrived.
all Democrat In mild. District. are ipport. EDWARDS, stock bulls or hogs, get in Please

earnestly volllted I\ and I promlxe AUTIIfH U. McRAE. touch with J. D. Odom. Jr., GRAHAIGOVERN
J If elected to llHchnric. the duties and get your
of I the .office' In a tearless' and Impartial ,' FOIt (01T ('0"111"10":11' "' Box 247 Starke; ; Box 204 Lake

'. .manner I I1. Itlntrlet OneI YourCounty City: TeWphone 481 Lake City. shellsEASTERN
I* BIT-COX. wish to Hiinouuce that I am aandliliiie !
._ '. Auction market every Tuesday
( fur ( unty ('oun tuat seiii"r
von ro> '''\IU.K I HT. i f,rmn Dletrlcl, One. I .am a llfeonar Lake City. 2:3: ; every Thursday II
I heiebT announce myself a* n reRldent. of Itradford, County JudgeA AUTO
S candidate' for C'omitalile. Olxtrlct. I Ii ml feel that I am well qualified. Palatka! 2PM. - <1J.1lATI'RESSES l (Paid Political Adr.:)

'" (Stnrke. Ijiwty: and llelltironn) 'o nerve on this. Important Itoarit.I SUPPLY .
.::1 aubject to the will of the Democratic will greatly nppreclal your vote -
voter In the primary ..I....- on May 2 and your active support RENOVATED _
.i" Ion May 2. 1944. I am experienced urliiK the campalRn.C. furniture'11'uphoLstered. Drop usa

In .",I\c'\ e work having been employed F, O A IIT EH.FOH PERlI"lfENTVAVE.: BM!> ? 11. fe./A From-where I
card. your sit Joe
IC In this. capacity. both In'' BRADFORD COUNTY Hastings Mattress Co.. own Permanent with Charm-Kurt .. fy
j I Clarke and at Camp Rlandlnft. and HI i'KttI'rldiI'1' OF Palatka. Fla. 2-13 lOtp 4-21 Kit. Complete equipment Includ
p If elected 1 I will discharge the dutlea I PI Ml.1C INOTIII fTKtV lug 40 curlers .
MAN WHO and shalulpo i>.
of this I HAS
office In
a fair and hereby announce my cnndlacy Many tu do .
absolutely harml .
Impartial manner. Your vote andj for Miiperlntendcnt of Public FOR 8ALK'- E'aby chick I Leon Praliied l" thousands. nH.

j I support will be greatly appreciated. nHtructlon of Hradford County. SERVKU: YOU IN lrandla.. 'Rt. Z, Box :254 8tark Fay McKenale. y flaniorniiH including. movie UPraise the Lord
J. laving had .
A. FIM-.YAW. mllny..I.* experienceu 3.31 lIp ,,'...r.Jon.y/ refunded If not Hat-
maiiaRement.' I feel l .
S FOil "'OI' TV T T ('OM.KfTOR.; that I can fulfill the unties of this MANY WAYS AND TO WHOM\ IT MAY C'OS'CERX-Oo I UfledKOCH FisW
I hereby announce mv eandlilncy. taffies In a manner that will be not hold me responsible. for an\ I DRf STOUM' We Ain't Agoin' "
j. to succeed. myself. Tax Collector In thing thaltJohn
a* Satisfactory every: way. If KNOWS Wealey Wllllama
nf Bradford County aueject to lected I hall cooperate with the PROBLEMS does or take*.-Dewey. Wllllama., lund Ford panel' truck
the Democratic primary to he held trustees and the school hoard In 3-17 tp rubber. 1300 oaoh for quick
t allOY 2nd. UU I have tried tor"n.r all thing, that will provide a beter : OF OUR PEOPLE .I.-C V. Invlerlght Keystone Willie Wells was always fond of nmch-the sweet leell/.I< J
I 44 you faithful honeitt and efficient ediicattun und fncllltle for our, WANTED-Houne maid to do light Heights, FU. liP
servIce a* your Tax Collee ,hlldren and will work at all t time hou..workaftd< care for two fishing Now he writes from rod . a pleasant glafT

tor. I earnestly. solicit your vote for the general welfare of our children ages :2 and 5 yeara.. ORDERS covered TAKEN: for chocolate somewhere overseas: with friends . tile
and aupport and If elected. I hall ('ounty. Oood pay. On Rood 2$. Rt. I, .. fruit and nut KaHterec
continue to render you the same I Mirne.tlv solIcit the support 1J\\t.\ 77. C. W. Batten. 3-24 Ztp . Phone 126-W. Mr. linker. There Mom's fresh baldn'
: service .an ( bnva In the print ..f nil rltuenM who want our children lip a song the feller

; CAIU A. KSIOHT.KOIl to have the benefit of the WANTED TO BUT-One a t or y Spn.VCER SUPPORTS slag! goes: Praise the Lord, we kitchen. .

10.*Ht education that the resources. three bedroom house In Starke. fitted.-:Mm.. Ilertha Pearce Individually 30i ain't a-goln flshln'-aod I From where I Silt
t COfMTT: Jl'lXiF.To ot our school board will permit. All or part cae It. IlL X Box IINII guess ,1.home
my many friend l" and ""I"porl.r. R..I1I..trlllly.H I CAPABLEAND W. Madison St. 4.1 .4tp It'. But
,, of Bradford Countv I wish ( O. .B. PLYNN.FOH Starke. jtp so. you know, dad,sometimes hare an lmPorUl.l J I

to exnreaa. my thanks lor ':II'o"r heat. -_ WANTED: : Honne. with on. OB- twnarrea I sure wish I were back flon-to keep intart/J

,4 ; support and announce my candl- fOf\TV CO'>I1'|! ......y for re-election' a. County ll..rlt :oc.. | by owner. 1S4! acre cat over doe to Brooker. Hampton. Htarke trout Ja Ward'. things that they 7

4 c. Judge for another term. It In my I bervbv, : announce my candidacy 1"A with' oil lease. (10 year) at or Waldo I .-Mm.' V. J. hIsser Creek again." to... from the troutAnd i'** -
s-I hope and desire to continue to for the office. of County ('''.. tl JO peracre canh.. Apply Clr (410 N. ,E. 4 Court. Miami IItIf
,. serve lb. wood people of the County loner from, DUtrlct No. I. Lawtey.. liE WILL GIVE YOU cult Court Clerk' Office Starke. I guess that's the all in the comer! to the J Jcooling
In the name efficient courteous uhject to the. Fla way OS
will of the Demo.ratlc AN j.1T 4tp the ice
S., and economical manner a* I hay. ,' Voters In the May prlraarle L EXPERIENCED STBNOOnAPHBRwant our. soIdiers'feeL They're fight. .
In the pant and ak for your continued I feel that COURTEOUS employment. insurance .
p my many of ADMINISTRATION of. I you agree
I "
year "
t support and vote In thecomlnir periene. fully qualify' m" '"* this WE HAVE CHICKS. New Hamp.shire J!?. .......r..rr.lI.Vrlt.. A. Diane Irst a war-and they mean to
primary election In May. Important, office.' Rede and Lechorna. every Del. Htarke tight It to
I If elected I will -Ki.lian.Oen. Fla. lip a finish-till
t *j Qualification. character and experience S2S1"fi'l* the dull. 'In Tuo. and Wed, at 111 per hun they can
y nf candidate should determine . I / '.. manner. a capable. dred.. Any ace from I day to Cwke. POTTED PLANTS FOR KASTF.R come home to the little pleasures -

E 5 for whom you cat your Your vote and active support (Paid Political Adv.) V. a. approved I and tented Hydrangea, rambling rn...., be- that they've
vote In any election. will be highly appreclatvd.j for pollorum.\ WASDIN: HATCH. nnla>, clnerlaa and others missed so

: Since I have been your County:j J. (UllIPF) IJIILLIPS.r ERT. 2 ml. north of Waldo. Walnwrlcht Florist, S03 Clark St..
2-It 3tp Phone 10.1. it
A'o. 81 of a Serif Copyright, 1941.'I myiangii.LdulF'

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