Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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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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Official County Publication Established In 1877 H .

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LMga\TLSiX:== _____8T._ %ItKE. FLORIDA, Friday. ".,me'IS. 1941 NII"...18F'R Tilll.-........-............,,.."..

rar Loan Under Way; I Explosion Kills Starke Motorcade Attends

:nantv- Quota..- $270.000. Lawtey Boy Infantry Day Celebration

f WU-on, who has ted fn] "Experiment"William ----_._._ _..... -- .....- ,
.natal driven, lias ii
,y other at.eepted) clmlrmiiiwhlp of }Headed by a delegation from various leading civic

in Fifth War Loan Drive\ In Cleon Crews, age 12 organizations, a large motorcade left here at 1 o'clock

had Ctounty. lie announced died at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon : Thursday afternoon to attend the Infantry Day eventat

,icy that he I Is now organ- In Alachua Camp islanding. Pictured here aa they planned the ,

his[('(1IlIJI ttt't''f' and that 'an Gainesville ; County Hospital day's program. are ling.. Gen. E. W. Fales, center, head '":

(n.he! camels of the business five hours after of the Tamp islanding IttTC, and members! of his staff; {

an "experiment" which resulted In Brig Gen L. S. Connelly assistant commander at {
Hill "begin In tile next few right, I
rk-I an explosion at his';home In Lnw- and Col. A. S. J. Tucker executive officer standing. ,;

h total tey- ,- Starting at 2 p. m. the program offered) an exhibition

drool fount} quota The fatal accident occurred L of every doughboy weapon in use, a closeup view of

9.00tJ<) and the :E Bond quota 1MA1t SAVING ,t'*. Y,d l 1 r6.. I when the boy. In a playful expeii- \t yfTp range firing, actual combat tactics and a formal paradeby

JIK8: ,000. Thus far the county meat touched off a dynamite cap a top notch regiment *

hrrn"" tmrcrstiful In reachingquota with some flashlight batteries.! \ ,-. - ._M";;" _._ ,_'" "

[ In all previous War Fragments pierced his abdomen, .

L.I Drl,''''' which causing the Internal bleeding; _r [ Q ,
coupled with I
shock \i\ '; t
caused his death. 1F ; > 4

ried Activitiesp Southern Belles Funeral services, r under the direction

Wives Busy Group From Here Praised for Success conducted of DeWitt at the C.grave Jones In, were the

Walnut St. USO Joins Shrine Today With NCCS DancesThe Lawtey Cemetery at 4 o'clock :' ,
Thursday afternoon. The Rev. G. I
V., Knight was the featured I The following 'members of third outdoor dance "Underthe E., Cutshaw officiated..

aIIer at the first meeting of the local Masonic Lodge will Stars" will be held Thursday The youth Is survived by his tW I
be In Jacksonville today, where
'Military' Mrs. Club" on Tuesat they will be Initiated Into the evening June 22 at the USO- parents Mr. and.Mrs.Commodore

USO Club NCCS:: Club. The dance will be R. Crewa. three
i p.m. In the opted Shrine: Nathan Prevatt. C. H. brothers.

by the Y W C A. Mr.ght" Nasworthy Jerry Chrlstodou- held under the auspices of the and Glenn and three HenrY'l'Delna .. tIe

was "The Military lou, K. O. Duncan, Tom Hard- Southern Bell Telephone Lrla, Linda, Hilda and Vera I
Ing Ralph Alvarez Paul Ray- Mrs. Jeanette Christian is chair i,
In the Army Town." His mond C. A. Futch and Joe tJ
of the Dance kr e
was especially Interestedhis SLatiunk. man Committee with Transport Gas I N !
ence Miss Ruby \Valt and Mrs. Edith f'
account of life in Starke They will be accompanied by "' Rations Invalid j ,
Dr. M. B. Herlong V. S. St. Cameron, assistant ChJlrman and """" .
I ,
ore the. establishment of Camp John, E. H Smith and Nat Misses Sarah Nlron Betty Peterson First of July .\ '

ndlng Miss Sara Reed direcof Sternbeerg, already members of , Louise Thomas Mae Veal: a' I .,
Excerpts from bulletin :
on If.- .... .. _E.-.. ,;r '
the club, who presided, in- the Shrine. Gladys Fanchez: comprising the transport rations received this I -.. I I

'ucfd also Mrs. H. F Vallery, The Eastern Auto Store and lest of the committee. This com- week by Ration Board secretary -

Slstrunk's Feed & Seed Store mittee will act as host for Jailed Firemen Make
a \ .
\ Boys
L. Blair as follows !
spoke of the services offered : !
: I Starke Men Have
will be closed all day today- company of 63rd Regiment who
[the families of military personby I an "unofficial' Shrine holiday will also have as their guests girls Effective July 1, the present I On Rape Charge ; Two Runs MondayThe ,

the American Red Cross. from Palatka and Jacksonville. coupons now being used R-532D, Witness Disappears
i will be invalid and cannot be used local fire department. brokea
afternoon 5:15 will Invasion RoleStarke
McFarland Saturday .at : I
Irs Frank of
Group Studies again find Sol Albright, well by truck owners. The plalntlf In a rape case season's record Monday when It
ala, Ohio, and Mrs. Otto Dick
Mrs! Robert Lucas of Hope-i Farm ProblemsA known Broadway entertainer at Due to the sale and transfer otl "dlsuppcaicd" early Tuesday just can take pride In being received two calls In one day, the

I I. Ohio were welcomed at the the piano playing boogie woogie, many commercial vehicles Boards before ulie was to have testified well i presented in the Invasion of first to the Ritz Cafe on Call a
group of 30 members of F.S.A music and from are now instructed to have the against Lewis and Hogan Smith,
comers Coke Hour on Monday popular scores op- applicants Europe through two of Its native street, and the other to the Biggs' f
who she
Luther Clark,
Jr. and
met at the home of Mr,
recently In for
erettas. He will also play any number appear person the
11 am. Another will be held earlier had said abducted and attacked sons- Lt. Col Hen SteJ' berg and building on Temple ave Both
and Mrs. Raymond Griffis for a that is requested. For five Third Quarter T rations. In this
.iy (June 16)) at 11 a.m., to her. dipt. J. M, Brownlee both serving were extinguished with little dam
cb all ladles In study of specific farm problems., years Sol was at the piano for the way the Boards ,.} can determine
recEhtly"afrlved: The- Smith boys are held In the with the famous
conducted by whether Fighting age to property.
A symposium still
rke "Four Ink Spots"; he played with operator owns vehicle
are cordially Invited
Wives by County Supervisor William V. the Sunset Royals and Is the only or has disposed of it since his county jail and Luther Clark in First Division, who had l the Patrolman Eb Thornton turned, "
Army Council. further In-
the Jail pending
Chester centered In a discussionof colored pianist that was honoredfor last ration. city toughest' assignment of all on 11- In the first alarm at 6 a.m. when

Ira. Glenn A. Hoppe will pre- better farm practices Including a period by playing In TommyDorsey's Boards began processing com- vestlgatlon. Day last week. he noticed smoke coming from the
r at the meeting today at 4. According to testlmory of (heglil
: practical suggestions on possible Band. He has toured Eu- mercial rations on June 15 and and her mother-in-law, the Both' men have already ht'l'ndecorated restaurant. Regular firemen on
of the October Club, on then
beside the club adjustments to farm crops since rope and the Bahamas. He now may deliver to the operator Immediately plaintiff was forced into the for bravery during the ]I duty extinguished the blaze which
building. the had originated in an Ice box motor
excessive rains have destroyed lives with his Immediate In !
Ira Leonard M. family upon processing, however Smith car about Ila. m. Sunday Tunisian campaign and IIt'rv,1with
: Miss Kaplan is as- truck crops In this county. Reno.. such rations will not be valid'' She was returned to her home the Fighting Flint In North without sounding a general S
Reed' in
,tie Ing, during the program ac- Miss Grace Phelps, Home Supervisor Mr. Marotta, director of the until July 1. late that afternoon Another boy. Africa and Sicily. alarm. t 5
of Mrs. stressed the planting and Involved In theca Kmploycs, at Kldd's Service Station
Fenton Smith was
the of Staike has further interest
(Her Bateman. club announces appointment Boards will start to tailor rations a
preserving of vegetables for future T. Reynolds Pillman as Assistant after July 15 and all re- e but was not named by thegirl In the Flint Division due to the reported the second fire at I

ire Emily J. Marzetz was use and the nutritional value Director. Mr. Pillman has been newals uncalled for us one of her "abductois", fact that these men trained at 10:40: am. In "overnight" rooms
by August
rted a USO pin in recognition of certain types of foods. with U.S.O. In several communitiessince are to be cancelled.Volunteers l'' State's Attorney T. .K. Duncan Camp Blandlng for neveuil months In the Biggs' building next door

150 hours! of volunteer service, Mrs. Grace M. Ensign. District of this his last :signed a warrant for the arrest before moving overwiis to the station. A flooded kerosenehot
a Glenn A Hoppe and Mrs.S. in Instruc- January year I 'of Clark and the Smith brothers water heater
Home Supervisor, an An Associated Press correspondent was responsible
In Jacksonville.
Swartz also receiving pins tional talk, discussed the value of He appointment to being the U.S.O. from St. NeededTo I'Monday after the alleged!: rape had says that: for this blaze, which with the help y
comes Z.
: been- reported to Judge
hours, at the regular builder and I Bundle of two volunteers who showed I
army soy beans as a body Louis, Mo., with a wealth of recreational Adklns late Sunday. "In all the landing along the up t

"w luncheon last Thursday. A gave a demonstration on ways In experience / having for Waste Paper count of northeastern France, the promptly, was* quickly extinguish

contest, conducted by Mrs. which they may be served. First 1)1) vision had the toughest ed.
(Iter many years participated in bojs'work Rites Last Friday
Bateman, was won by job of all. The Infantrymen hit a
and In Knights of Columbus "Scrap paper. says C. O I
Swartz, who was given aa a MovedTo For Mrs. ReddishMrs. jolld rote of enemy resistance ,4-H Members ''
=e a bottle of nail FSA Head, activities in St. Louis. Mr. Pillman Campbell, State Secretary of the frnm_. the time their. flaftfllllt hnatft

"WE. Middleton polish.and Miss Live OakA will be In complete charge while I Salvage Dept., "li our No. 1 salvage Mary E. Reddish, 87 died bounced on the b >acl]. Then they To Attend Camp

'e.a .... .. Mr. Marotta is on vacation in New Item, now". With the great at noon Wednesday, June 7, at the had to battle every Inch of the
*' at last served as hos statement Issued by the state I York City, from June 18 to I shortage of paper there Is a cry- home of her granddaughter, Mrs. way Inland against strong pietared About 40 Bradford County boys

ce, Saturday's couple office of the Farm Security Ad-I July 8.After. I Ing need for this mateilal. Wastepaper I Lettie Parker, where she had resided positions. Looking/ back, It under the supervision of L. T.
L., to how thee Dyer County Agent, will camp at
training hour for volunteers ministration this week announcedthe arranging for the danceon Is reworked and made Into for the past five months. She difficult sou boys
held transferal of County Supervisor June 22, which Is expected to I was an Invalid for several years. did the job. Camp McQuarrleth the week of
on Wednesday at 11 a.m. this many necessary Items for the war "Hut did It because they June 26 Club boys from Baker,
from Marotta they
1 e sketch W. V. Chester be a gala event, Mr. paid effort. 'Donald Mrs. Reddish was an old resident -
Scotty group directed by territory to Suwannee County, one tribute to the Southern Belle Tele- ': War Production Nelson Board chairman of Bradford County having are the First Division. They did Columbia and Union counties will

"lln? at 8 Westerfield at Its of the best farming sections of I phone girls of Starke, saying that ;I "Waste paper Li a raw mateilal says, i reared her family here. She left it In North Africa They did. It also occupy the camp near Astor
p.m. on Monday was again In Sicily, and they lire givIng Park that week.
spied' in the state. He will leave Starketo "During the numerous dances that I II I and Is at this particular minute 'during the latter years of her life
drawing portraits from I I the ememy a repeat performance Club members are selected to
sheets." take up his new post In Live have been held here slr ce last November the most vital of all raw material ( to make her home In Jacksonville.She "
The will not I In France. attend the basis of their
group tamp on
erne Oak Saturday. I the most successful were because both the war effort and was the wife of the late

, will on this coming Monday, Mr. Chester will be succeededby those In which the programmingand I the civilian economy are so de George Reddish and a member- of project work and other accomplishments.
resume its meetings on Holds RevivalRev. Each spends five v
'e 26 L. O. Hazen of Brooker who direction has been under the pendant upon it' the Christian Church. group I

recently moved to Starke. He Southern Bell Telephone girls The quota set for each county Surviving her are three grandchildren R D. Bob( ) Ingle of Berea days enjoying- swimming diamondball

n18s!! Madge- has been doing similar work In Their enthusiasm and their spirit Is 10 pounds waste paper per Mrs Lettie Parker of Baptist Church, Jacksonville will and other athletics studying
Middleton, chair. 1 I under extension specialists and
1, Presided at the Alachua County. of cooperation and helpfulness month per capita. There Ls a contest i I Starke, at whose home she died assist the Pastor Rev. W E. Hall
'*!ay, June meeting on 'This territory comprises five have been the deciding factors In between the counties with Miss Irma Johns of Belle Glade In Revival at Pine Level Baptist governing

operating 13, at 4 pm.. of counties Bradford Clay, Union, making these dances so popular.jl two $500: war bonds to be given and Cpl. Merrill Johns, serving I Church, 4 miles Went on Highway Summer camp Is one of the moat

201 N.committee for the Duval and Nassau with headquarters Frequently It has been heard at to the leading boy or girl In tile with the Army overseas; and three I II 28, beginning June 18. Song and Important and popular items on
Ita Walnut street In- county that collects the most
"When is the next dance I Jeanette, the club calendar and 4-11 boys
the In Starke. camp, great grandchildren prayer service at 8-00: o'clock,
a I: MI'3 AZ.following. new mem- when the Southern Bell Telephone paper per capita Bradford hm I Charles- and Ray Parker. (,I Preaching at 8:30.: The public is and girls In all parts of the state
the chance other
Adkins, Mrs. L. same as any
fining' , Mr Future FarmersThe girls will be there?" I county, Funeral services were held at I urged to come and hear this man look forward to being able to attend -
W. T. and
Clute .
, F, F. Stump other members i Mr. Marotta also' expressed his Tht County Salvage Committee the grave In the Methodist Cemetery of God who has been wonderfully I More than 1,500: attendedthe

:We Farmers of America in had an at Hampton at 11 a. m Fri camps last year. ,t'
Mrs( Future appreciation having op- blessed In his Ministry. Servicemen
H C. Ritch, Mrs. T U hard at work to get all wastepaper
OSborne, Mrs' Nat met recently to elect officersas pot tunlty to come to starke and to I collected and with the help day. The Rev. J. B Dickson, pas especially Invited. i

,'I I Miss Sara Sternberg. follows: President. Doyle Con work with the numerous social; of everyone this county should I tor of the North Shore Christian Baptist ChurchThe

clUb'hJch' Is Reed director of ner; VIce-Presldent, Elmer Johns; groups and individuals In the i not be too far' down the line I Church In Jacksonville officiated. Jewish Residents i I
operated by the Junior Norman; I I j Rev K. L. Andrews, of
\'CA Secretary He has found clone
community. when the contest I
"' ?.<* a national member Treasurer, :Milton Norman; Reporter ,I Have. .P..u.. . . Service:::." i Dado City. will preach at the Bap-
5cy or most congenial and helpful when I Arrangement have been madeto Methodist Church
United tint. Church both and
Service Organ iIon. i- Shirley Judd; Watch Dog. ot3the
: .. they have been asked to cover most of Starke each Saturday -
Nell Crosby. | I Gets New PastorAt Members Jewish community I evening on June 18. HIM subjectfor t
pate In the various phases of the! morning with trucks to
' ,.. The la meeting now on of Staike under the chairmanship the morning hour Is "Neu
.I._, group and the
A. J. Casey elected second Wednesday In each :. program. I pick up scrap paper people I the Annual Conference of trality with God In Impossible",
' n' wasmeeting the are asked to tie It up In of Louis Shafkin. engaged -
ot I Church In Tallahassee and. the evening subject will be
the 8:30o'clock In the ev the Methodist
Wives month at boxes and
Army it In
Jleil Ht their i I Special D-Day Film bundles or put putIt last week the appointments'' In a special' prayer service In "A Christian and How to Be- r
ening.It front
'. on Mon- on the curb or porch i'1fr.
Other officers was reported that work on be easily seen. Those affecting the local church were the / the Patio at Blanding Center Sun- I come One". '
elected are At Florida NowA where It may
t Andiews Is minister of
Paul C PriCke" Vice chair- the new agriculture building I* living outside the main part of removal of the Rev George C. day venlng at 9 o'clock. a

s. and :Slrs R E' Robin BeC- progressing nicely. V. R. Ferguson D-Day special release will be Starke should bring their Powell to Grace Church In Miami; | This convocation of prayer wasi i rare ability and accomplishmentsand 1mpreBflod
all who hear him
- I are -
-ry Plans are being made for Russell Judd. Bobby Dyal shown at the Florida Theatre Fri- the court house or to some place, and the re-appointment- of the Rev. held "for the welfare and success | with the force and Influence -

Fourth of JUly celebration and and Shirley Judd are assisting day and Saturday consisting of In Starke where It may be pickedup. H. Carter Ilardin as Superintendent of our Armed Forces and those of of his messages. t,

h at the club, to be sponsored with the carpentry at this time. Army motion pictures, issued as a V the Gainesville District the United Nations now partici-I

the Council. PROMOTION two-reeler in lieu of the regular The Salvage Committee has The Rev Mr. Powell has served pating In the Invasion of .France, Marriage Licenses J i iII'
newsreel at the request of the War another request to make. They this church for the past three as well as for those forces in oth-
Friends of William O. Struth, need to tie bund
C\RD OF THANKS Department.The volunteers paper years and has done exceptionallygood er battlefields of the Globe, In the I Elbert Edwards Starke, and II' r
frs. of Mrs. VT. H. Struth of Starke, les after It I I.* collected. Those I
Mr,Cha.l.. P Ward and Mr. will son be Interested to know that he film consists of highlights who can help Saturday morningor work but he Is needed in a hope that a speedy victory may) Eva Ruth Vance, Knoxville, Tenn.,

1k ,John Uglow wish to been recently promoted to the showing United Nations forces, any other time should see or larger field. be gained for the forces of toler-' June 6.Pvt. .

!n their friends for the many has Lieutenant Commander. under' General Eisenhower, launch call I* T. Dyer. Co-Chairman Sal- Bishop Moore appointed as the ance and democracy and for the i Paul Nugent, Camp Bland-

lit IK!! shown them In their rank of active duty with the ing the greatest military operationIn vage Committee, 95 W, at courthouse pastor of the' Starke church, the principles underlying our form of Ing and Vera Starling Starke;
reavement. He Is on i all history. Rev W. J. Churchwell, who comes I life." I June 10.

I Navy, somewhere In the Pacific. w. well recommended' from Palatka. i




Frida S'. Jnny
- und"l11l Tax: Certificate No 240r.f DC reueemea aC""efl! |l i
I I'h at the Bell, I ford County, .'1./.1., / i, In NE't: of under said Tux. < arllfliate 7th InY9:Numbei. ' Ii.ot. I I'i28! wax In the name of JoeH".n. I properties is employed Mold to
Edwards 'IdHued AuKUHt the high I
Ti.wnxhlnMouth. II I Il4t J .
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\, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Telephone Company. : Range 22: i F:.-.,-' wlil.h Ic I .. \in- l t" '!1. and 4. ..f elk 30.I""h.fhl-I 1.1"lnK"l I I| The assessment of said property South on Front the 1IloiiKft fit>< ,
,bra.ed tinder. anl lix c.-rt If I. ale ton. Truhy'onrpanl's said. Tax Certificate No. "
Mrs. Mildred Cox Is spendingsome :Number 240 Iesu.l, I AiiKUMt 6.h.UU. ; Hlon of NK':',, ot M3''; :', "f Heitlon2H 22' under IMS of Ul3.: was. In the name ofThe Month of July, .x
Established 1877 time here with her parents, I I Township| 9 8<,iith. Mange, Jon HnJrali. 18 the Srd day il I
,> Trudy l";a..t.. In the town of Starke, of said property Dated thin 1 31.i :t
Lot 2 of Elk
. i' E. 1Matthews ..__u_uu__ Kdltor and Owner Mr. and Mrs.! P. L. Dinkins. & ('omp"ny'29 .Sun-UlvlHl, of,I ford County, Florida cald. 1 Tax, .which.. Hra"-I under said Tax: Certificate No. 286 D. 1944. ,
( from Town- braced under In the name of Willie (OFFICIAL N.\I.|
Billy Burney has returned NK>/, of NI.Iof Settlor 22 2H East ill''I Number 286 Issued September of 1940 was Clerk of Circuit u
6 South. Mange I
SJUSCIUPTION RATEr Jacksonville! where he spent last ship the Town of Hmrke. Bradford. I 1940. of said property' VnUiwi ald Tax Certificatesehall County. Florida e

f ., Yearly. $I.7f; Six Monllm. $1.00 week with his parents, Mr. and County, Florida which l I. emlirnced The aHHoxument

Mrs. E. E. Burney.

.: Published Weekly on Fridays' and Entered an Second CluNM. Mutter Staff Sgt. and Mrs. W. H. Jones

1< 4( at the Pout Office at Stark-, Florida<< and baby of Stuart, Ga., are here A
\ War Bonds = quicker Victory
t. I .' visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill. Buy more

: .j'i'' Mrs. Betty Redd of Macon Ga.,

is here visiting: her parents, Mr.

i. uNCI.jJ and Mrs. O. J. Phillips.BKOOKEK.

t' .
, ,
; ':' I,

.1 i'V Miss Louise Parrish gave a party .

at her home Friday evening In

,, By J. L. IIARnELLI honor of Billy Sandel and Holet

Mann of Lake Butler. Outdoor F

' ;:.\'( inhabited remember several years ago a few games were played and enjoyed.
lhjf It's a strange world people en-
About thirty-five young
, ''qa,1 I j by a lot of strange you of those more holy than thou this occasion.
Ii > \ members amended the Church joyed AMP.1
-'f ask me.Take
I for Instance those few Constitution and by-laws to make Mrs. II. Williams and baby

V'. .' disloyal Americans who think the non-use of tobacco prerequisite Jerry, of Palmetto are visiting
i If Mrs. WIllams'! parents, Mr. and
church membership -
I to
: ''fJ hey should be paid as much as ,
; resident Roosevelt when everyne not salvation Then, when I inquired Mrs. R. II. Clemons.
.' knows he works at least 16 as to their scriptural authority Miss Eva Fay Gainey, a student
.7'.V E t' ours every day Sundays includ- the only satisfaction I got of F.S.C.W., at Tallahassee,

in a was: "Don't strain at a gnat and was visiting her parents Mr. and
i.+ I .;;t 'd, while these strikers put
d 40-hour week and waste most of swallow a camel." just as thoughthe Mrs. H. P. Gainey, this week. She
j y:
: .: .;;, ? that watching the clock. Good Book was referring to a left Thursday to attend summer
:1' jj;
,' ,!l\\ The Good Book says that God popular brand of cigarette Instead : school at the University of FlorIda .

. in of a beast of burdentI i at Gainesville.
1\\ ,: made the world and all that's

"'i" j: ,ll:,1 it, including man. Alao, that all suspect my old briar root does Mrs. Francis Russ of Wauchula,

.. :; ',,' lie made was good-very good. smell pretty' rank on foggy morn- I Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vance

::,: n': \ This being true, then man infest ings and J may go to the bad place Russ this week.

jh! "\ have taken a big tumble to get so for smoking a pipe but not for Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter ot

.;r,; ,: doggone low-down mean as to take striking for higher wages at a Baldwin, are spending a few days

h't / 1 sides with hydrophobia skunks like time likt this. And if I ever do with Mrs. Baxter's mother, Mrs.

:ire'.,; ;, ; Hitler and Tojo and strike for wind up in the devil's domain J R. Lewi.
I iliac dilly-dally around, sit trust that the Good Lord will have Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy were
:;{( I
::'t .\\i'f: '" down or quit work at a time like mercy force me on to my associate poor soul throughou and not dinner guests of Mrs. Charles Hardy . or welcoming a War Bond salesmanOur s

Sr. at Gainesville Sunday.
\\1,:' I., this. ,
( ." If there Isn't a hell that burns eternity with strikers Nazi-lov Mrs. J. Keen and baby daughter,
y for of life for everything we treasure asAmeric
fighting men are fighting way
There are
with fire and era and friends
i:t( forever and ever of Ft. Myers are visiting

J' brim-stone one should be especially some forms of punishment that and relatives there this week. can put your dollars in that fight-BY INVESTING IN '

'::1 made for such varmints. are Just too much for a man to Miss Doris Hodges visiting I WAR BONDS. Your dollars will provide the tools for Victory. And there's ( '

t' Course,we all have our faults. I stand. relatives In'HiJrh Springs. I_"

I -- Corporal and Mrs. Ressle Col. I no safer. place for your money. Don't wait for someone to call on you. Go

LAWTEY spent last week with Mr. and Mrs son and baby daughter, of Valclos- out and buy War Bonds and keep them. If a volunteer salesman of War Bonds r .

John Starling.R. ta. Ga., were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
By EVK1.YN: WARREN in at house give him the welcome he deserves. Be sure and signup
1 week. your
It W. Mosley, Jr., was visitinghis G. B. Colson,

D9' \\llklM il>lm %'(HidingMr parents, Mr. and Mrs R. W. Miss Louise Bloss is now home for as much in War Bonds as you can. You'll always be glad you did.don't .

i a : and Mrs. W. J. Wilktsor, Mosley, last week-end. after having spent several weeks
+ .
announce the marriage of their Miss Ann Moore Is spendingsome with relatives in Gainesville.

''j I daughter, Jewell, to Cecil H. time in Miami with rela- Miss Marjorie Sue Barry of

,I Ii Dobbs, Coxswain U.SN.R., son of tives. Jacksonville is visiting her grand- 01944 the c.c:Co.I .

Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs of Law- parents Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry.
k, Miss Ernestine Moore spent
+ tey, in the Baptist parsonage at Miss Virginia Register returned
I Wednesday night with her cousin,
{ Tallahassee on Saturday after. Sunday to her home in Alapaha
g Edwards.
I Lou
a noon. June 10. Dr. Pierce S. Ellis, Ga., after having spent a few

pastor of the First Baptist Church I Buster Bennett spent last weekend weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Emery I.

officiated at the: here with his parents, Mr. and
of Tallahassee Hazen and family.

t he ring ceremony.The Mrs. Troy Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney of say

g white dress Miss Grace McDonald Is_ in visitors here Sunday. a er
a Starke
i r' bride wore were .1 -
I S her sister Mrs. T. } "
Ocala :
1th accessories! of white and pink. visiting Corporal and Mrs. T. C. Kelly ,

i; the mother of the R. Bell. Kay, of Valdosta -
-'A' Mrs. Wilkison, and baby daughter,
f' '+ bride and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs the Mr and Mrs. Billy Edwards of Ga., are visiting Mrs. Kel- ME 1 '
Jacksonville were here visiting Mr.Edwards' couldn't happen to .
kl .1' 'j bridegroom's mother, attended the parents, Mr. aid; Mrs. ley's mother, Mrs. Alice Thomas.Mr. it ,

y wedding. They were week-end and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and .
W. H. Edwards, several days last .
r, ' f i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest' week. daughter, Minnie Lou of Starke .

4 Hewitt and daughter, Ernestine were visiting friends and relatives
Miss Virginia Anders of Jack-

,, who also attended the wedding. sonville, is spending some time here Sunday. SS'.4' a a'ca
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Register of 4t
'f t} Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Ferguson I here with her sister and brother- visitors here .
j1 Alapaha Ga., were
and son, Bobby, Mrs. Jake Shuford in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Red ;. ;

li lE and daughter: Gwendolyn are grave Sunday.Friends of Mrs. J. C. Harrell .l, S

spending this week at Daytona B. F. Wilson Wauchula are
e will be interested to learn that
k Beach. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pre-
she has returned from the Alachua
4 Mrs. James Hobbs and children vatt and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard !
County Hospital at Gainesville buts ,
1 I are in Bainbridge, Ga., spending Prevatt this week. f.
'b stilt1 very ill.
some time with Mrs. Hobbs' mother Sumpter llarley who Is stationed -
Friends and relatives of O. W.
;;!! Mrs. J. T. Adktns.c at Parris Island, S. C., spent '. .
1 Barry will regret to know that he 1't
Jack Darley, who is in the Navy. last week-end here with relatives. '
\ Is very ill at his home. We all wish ::
> 1f was visiting his parents, Mr, and Rev. and Mrs. Joe Raulerson of him a speedy recovery. : :1 h

Mrs T. T. Darley, last M9nday Jacksonville were dinner guests of
Misses Ward and Virginia
ft SG 4 If and Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Troy Bennett Sun
{ Padgett, who are employed with
4 Miss Joyce Bennett was visitingher
S ,rr day.Miss the Bell Telephone Co., at Starke .a- 4
cousin. Miss Berta Lee George, Evelyne Edwards of Starkewas only
were visiting their parents here .
'. ; j In Starke Thursday. visiting her parents, Mr. and t.bat. ;

Mrs. Gladys Williams of Starke, Mrs. T. Edwards Sunday. Miss I 'uesday. so t'\c\\\\t\g tracks.?

I 1-'; ciiictir ('O" fl'r. \D""Olln it was f the
('oi >'n KIOMIIi IN l'II.\- side 0
('1':"V.Chailen u\\ thinkithng wrong s\\ct\\\Y
,V. P.eag-1f, plaintiff, vs. grew e where,
;Marguerite H Beagle, Defendant. you every .
HEY! KIDDIES C'une. Nn. 31.18.OltDRIl . .p\ strikes aSglse."a
: OF I'1'RL.ICATIOX disarmin'Dona
t 8TATI1 OK- FIXMIIDV to: ;Marguerite Yoursel wearing
H. IVilttle. whose. renldrnc kid
In 71 !Mount Vernon street, IUdU- sometimes
flet l'urk. New: Jersey ],
YCMI are required to appear on "'ctons1'
June 28th 1944. In the above imineil tteacu
JOIN the Court and canna, wherein plaintiff
1 seeks divorce. Ilraclfnrd County
f'rr ,,
i kf t;; Trlevraph I shall puMNh thin Older
iMHUeH.Wltneim .
r9L1t In next four weekly a
my hand and official ;W
: sent. at Starke, Florida, this May
+ 24th. 1944.t(1FFICIAL! .
; 1d.eef.eJ h SHU..) .\. J. Thomas
An Clerk of Bald t'otiit.William .
I I9r 1>. ;Morgan fill Lynch BMir.Jatknonvlll .1Sa'S
*. Florida, Any. for Plr.5.94.4t6.1d. .
". < >.
i\ rosier coi"IIT. mi \ni--niii j> r
; .' '
('.H"I" '. 1.(1111)\1 IIll \,- ,
nnv. .
Mary Klovd Pnnleln, Plaintiff v*.
iiiri\ Kdvanl I'url I'iinll.. Defendant.OltnKIt t
CONe No. 3142.

', Alii I otk u that you help our Unct Sam win'h.. war STATE OF Fkontnv to-: RdwardHurl ,
h H. ol the thing can do Save UanleN, 70056TB: 400 Llomb
r or*com* you crap .
r group, 611 /1'1.1. ,'. A. A. 11. Chnrl.ton. .',,-
..ial. and tin cant Don I WQ.I* food
t l m paper your blood !
y South Carolina. Get (i Jest
end take good ear ol you. cloth* Hlp lak. good You are rciiulred to appear on .
' 1' rc "cot.ol the things .m your. home Buy own War Son June 'Jfllh. 1944. In the above named

r M'( L in?!Stamp' ton Court and dlvorco.ratine, Ilnidfnrd wln-reln' plaintiffHeekM County VD (Venereal Diseases) CAN be stamped out-but only if we ALL stop saying "it couldn't

4, t' Telegraph. nhajl! pntillnh this OrderIn
Thu w your pkrlq. to m. I Club lust M9n your nom on the coupon and oak \ .... my hand and official happen to me !1"COllslllt
4} I Dad or Moihvr to bring it to my olltc. lie,," Mill Heal at Starke Florida, thin MayOFKICIAT.
1 being it,. fO".1I 2Hh. 1944.!
il ( !1F.\T.> A. J. Thomas
An Clerk of nald Court. your family physician or go to a free clinic
'1'. Frank" tjimlrnm, Htarke, Flor
i ''H ( (.......Sr..ntr 1,1"1, /)". for rif 6-Z4-4t- -16

1\01'U'H OK .\MM..("'\TIO\ FOIL
i. 'rIIKC.II Sponsored By
tit 3 : That Clara Mae I'night. holder of ..
Tax. Certificate* Numbered and Hcrilted HH follow., to-wlt; Number:: '. LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT UNITED STATES PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
6. 19-'S Number
240 (untied AUHTUit : -
---------- - ----- --- --- --- -- -- - --I InoRID" II4S lm.>ued August 7. 1431: ; andNumber .- .. .. -- -
1 1a 1t -
-- - -- --- -- -------- -- - -- -- ---
A / t 2HU Inmieil September 1: ;
1 POWER UGHT COMP"NY :1 1140 has filed name; In my offireand
a i I ooy.. .I. a., pfood" rh.rh I ... ,ev4 and mom" I Ito has made, application for Tax COUNCIL OF
((4 I abide bf '
t i II I Said" Tnf Certlflcnten emhracoth

_ __ Ae.__ following dencrlbetl. propertle' In the II. A. Bishop, Chm. \V. M. Edwards K. G. Duncan W. E. Torode, Jr. L. A. Davis
t 9 l a 1I It County of nrnilford. State of Flor- \br..rP'"
; .
RHealth '
: AJoJt_ __ : Loin 1. 1: and 4, of elk\ 24 ,v, M.: Edwartlx, Chm. Dr. I. Oftit'rr l
I InKHton. Trubjr &0 Cnmpnny'i Sub. Health Committee
Division In Town of Starke Urad.
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juni16.. 1944 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUECR"\Pn. STARR. FLORIDA .. .. _....__
dai+ .-"..... .....r.....

;lr R1 plalntlft ve.n .
; ."rdO.}... ,,..n Defendant.r .

r ,;":JI56"J.. k, 'BLICATIONJp
ANA: ,lJ"JPDA\!; to: Robert
-. Tf ,', tdenee In 41104
">, idelphla, Penn-

',"i ,ippcar on July IiI
,q i 'i ,.M named Court
91 ". ,. fountynTelegraph? I

I ,il ,md official seal JOB

Fit AI ,t Id E.\(curt I J. Thomas

.Carlo. vtlxl11: ::;tarkP6:0 Florida. li

a I 11I'J
f(' FLORIDA; IN! CHANC- ')'I' \ ,
Rt Plaintiff VII,
R palmer Palmer, Pelendant,
lA2.nsFLORIDA:; residence: ) leit"oalduliamdefl. .AS

,moA,' ", Palmer I wnoHtr Cant'. 3H

11 required to appear on July
? qd, In the above named Court
wherein plaintiff .
,r aT nose BI rAhdtfhlR{ Order County In Telegraph next four .,
it yebhure
( and official seal
'itneae mJ'lorlda' this 6th day of I
:jllrk'. ,
e I 1n44.fICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1 F4.r Wft a 1s.e ,
CI.rk"o I Starke Florid
Knight !
\:'I for Pif e

I Il'r u 4.-;.... Pill \"KomIV > :
':II II%I1 'LOltlIJU 11.\-: !
t.ltl"I",,,!>.., Plaintiff, vs. Killuef. I
': $: ; . M-" Defendant. "'." +Atl f trA i 9
1I20'F V v'v 1 4 Y ItP
,' !
'IF FLOIUUA to: EllzaVhaifei -
Slil'abe. whose. renlHn -
Y t ,
"l Tlmney, (IIAugh- 6 5 4 J A
-tei-lln; Avenue, White
vw York,
i ;eiiulred{ to appear on
't i
Ida June, IVH l In the above '
1 t4 n and pause, wherein I
| ks divorce. Bradford
IJi''I Tfraih| | | shall publish
four weekly Is-
grpe r' next I

ntn\,. ny hand and official 1, (4 a
>'ni'''he, Florida, this May
I \1. SEAL) A..J, Thomas
".. >aid 'I'nurt.: 5
y F
at ,
I dents" Haytona" Pach.
II lt lib tar Plf. 6J64t16

I\lIIlll'r I
III "l. I'i.UitiD1IV (,'11.\1\1-
i t' ,
F" raa
,. nr
er Lamnn Plaintiff vs.Defendant. t rIII
.off Ca e No.
3/ ry (
I'- A r5..1Yr
\:1'1: NOTICE. !' TO] APPEAR .., w a I f
H'n l F FI.CiKIDA to: Alta
.; !hunt. residence. la Sparta, 4 C 1.
,nln liI
'. required to appear on I).
my III 1.>.. Ird. 1344 I In the above rI
ed and 'auKe, wherein t
lull'! < 'kK. dlvurre. Bradford 4V I t.I t.
|,it t' <-Kraih shall publlnh'n .
IPXI four weekly 1 :
N j joj ;
n) hand and l officials r- ) :
I irke, Kluilda, titleluy.
m 4k
'FI, ( I if nld 1 i:ollrt."r '
... drum, Starke, Florida) 11 "t+"4
V Hlf 0-2-41-6-23
lumiir ti>! IIT. minroiiuIOIMV
, KI.tut nit i i\ ciivPHV :\-

fy I) t t.'i, ''ram-' ; pls-lntlff, vs.t .
.\" "\ 'mime, Defendant!
.V 143
Olillll.; '10" l'I'HLI'A1'10-r:
lm? >' 'It', FLUHIDV: Charles
ICrauiic, whose residence Is. un- t
1 rUu j
art required to appear on
h 26th. 1944. In the ahove named

'Jri graph 0 and dlvor.shall reuse.... publish Bradford wherein this plaintiff County Order TH GUNS BLAZING and a prayer are now at stake. You cannot-you must --

lent four weekly Issues. W

i'i'A linen II"'It Starke, my' hand Florida and this official. My in his stout heart, this American fightnotlet them down. And Here Are 5 MORE Reasons for

Tri"'lAIr' said SEAL Court.) AJ- Thomas Buying EXTRA Bonds in the 5thl! "
I Frank er is hellbent on destruction of our enemies.
Ijitidrum Starke, Flor-
L Any, for 'Plf. 624t-6-18. Is it asking too much of you to back these "

CIRCIIF 4'orRT 'IJFORD HE is not thinking of how little or how much 1. War Bonds are the best, the safest invest.

011'8 kRr: FI.OHIUAl IN CHAN: men up by buying more, and still more, War ment in the world I whe's

Ida'".rd A.Leroy Kant,Kent Defendant Plaintiff, vs. doing to help I win the war. For him,
2 Bonds for
War $4 $3
e ORDEK Xu 3139. Bonds? There can be but one answer. You'llfind return you every

AND! OJ'CE OF PllllL1CATION TO APPEAR the down but his fighting spirit is in 10 years.
ATE OF FLORIDA to: Maude chips are ; heart.
Rent whose residence Is Nol, it in own i
I your 3e ) down.
and Avenue Mldevale. Delaware, War Bonds help keep prices
I 0 ou,, Sew Castle, Delaware. as high as the heavens from which his plane I
I1 are
Jt 2dth, 1944 required, in the to above appear named on 4e War Bond will help win the peace by

!k. and divorce cause Bradford wherein plaintiff County is i diving. And remember, too, as you dig deeper increasing purchasing power after the war.
I' shall publish this Order
four wep*ly Issues.
1''Sltn"s\I my hand and official disease-infested than ever before into your pocketbook orcash 5. War Bonds mean education for your chil
foxholes and
Florida, In
;, It,4fjlarke' this MayA cramped
dren, security for funds for tetirement.
r'Fk9AL SEAL) J- Thomas I that the Fifth War Loan MUST
of said Court. beachheads-under surplus,
r'W: I. Mor t n. Jacksonville, jungles, on
| Ally fur-I'lf. 54t6l raise 16 billion dollars. It is the financ
seas-other Americans
t1Rtl the
101Vrl', ; 1I'r:. COI'nT. BRADFORD and over seven are
t '. fLOIUIJ.\1 11\1 CIIAN. AT

,Hope. N, ,t'onnrG p 11ar,; Conner Defendant., Plaintiff, vs matching his courage. And their name is ing drive the world has ever known . to I

A\111Ek:\ (IF rl"TvLlCATloN: is back the invasion drive the world . r :
,TATE) OF: ,- -(" TO APPEAR legion. They KNOW that war a bloody up greatest
l"n to: 8. Hope
f":IIAIq'et>I t I Avenue whose, -Moundsvllle residence ,It. West 216 business; that their lives, as well as yours, has ever known "Z5THWAR

: 14th are' 1944 required, In the to appear on
tad above named LOAN f
'k'. rane wherein plaintiff
dh .
ree Bradford
''Iraph: 'hall publish County i
this .Order
""( .
IV hares weekly sIssues,

4.Pltrke.' Florida my hand, this and May official 24th, A"I"e

"I.PPI'IAL y Clerk t flc of Knight said SEAL!' Court.) Starke A..J.. Florida Thomas, 8acf IIICKBUY

Fit &-254118r

:: r, I'r f'T. r 1.

'F.R\. '. Y' FI.ORIIJ.,. AINtCHAN.: .. .
['I lilt'' Christine' !' Bolt, Plaintiff, vs.
*.No3180ll \

'.'.1\B\1001:lt C,'!'F chnlcal FLORIDA ITO Sergeant! APPEAR to: William) SerialKmbarkatlon Tip Top Super Market A. M. Darby's Winkler Electric Service

Yviit chgrleston.Ir. . South of Carolina. I
", 26th i;i7lu.'rd, * r
'In the above namedki .

'I'.r.Rtt l lrl '.".,h.1vraue.our>hall Weekly. >Bradford llbU.h wheraln I.aue.thla.,plaintiff County Order Magnolia Hotel Lappe BakeryMack's Priest 5c to $1.00 Store S

Mgt "tarki "hand and official
1944 Florida, this May

'.14-iFtJS,'hn"FFI"IA'I'rlc* t! 1'1F:1Ad' Court!.OrlLharn AUy".. 6.26.4f6.16tune J., for Thomas DId.Plf.\. Rogers Jewelry and Army Store Taxi Service New Method Cleaners I I r

(lull United Army Stores Kidd's Sinclair Service Bradford Hardware Co. II

1211I 8ta ... This Is an official U. S. Treasury Advertisement-prepared. und er auspices of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council


!. ,
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:,8' SOCIETY and CLUBS Jenkins ThomasMr. WSCS Will Meet ] Annual UDC Picnic '| later George used for Roberts buying read a Interesting and birthday white cloth cake centered topped! by e

,,, and Mrs. N. N. Thomas of I The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist Enjoyed at Lake paper entitled "Jefferson pink candles. Balancing with U
-x I Hundred Years Ago. Af- thka
Starke announce the marriage of church will meet Monday after U. Davis a two three-branch <
w Miss Vance I The W. T. Weeks Chapter, of business, ice candelabra h
Brashear-McKinney Weds ter disposing
v their daughter, Lillian, to Pvt. noon, June 19, at 3:30: o'clock at D. C., bad an all-day picnic at the Ing tan pink tapers .Malden.

'/:,l Nuptials Solemnized Elbert EHwards Ralph R. Jenkins of Camp Bland- the church. Business and program ', Kingsley Lake cottage of Mr. andI cream and cake were served. fern gracefully clri'ie,1j I tho
Ing. The marriage took In in Those attending this lovely affair and caklelabra. (
place be
meeting. Program
> At Sparks Home In Jacksonville I I Mrs. J. E. Wilson, on Wednesdayof
Lake Butler on June 1 with JudgeJ. charge of Circle Two. I last week. This delightful af- were: Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. Favors at each place

ti, The home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Miss Eva Ruth Vance, daughterof R. Townsend officiating. Pvt. '&.-- fair was given in honor of three J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. Warren Pow- baskets holding assorted'ere
1 Jenkins is originally from Kansas Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and ell, Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. Fred About 30 children .J:at
( Sparks on LaFayette street, was T. E Vance of Chattanooga, new Chapter members: Miss Sara Were there
: the scene of a beautiful wedding Tenn., and Pfc. Elbert M. Edwards City and he Is now serving with children are spending several days Reed, Mrs. Frank Wilson and Mrs. Guy, Mrs. L. F. Chapman*of the enjoy the afternoon With ,D.
.l the Paratroop Field Artillery. with relatives In Jacksonville.Carolyn State Farm, Mrs. E. S. Matthews,
V : at six o'clock Tuesday evening son of Mrs. Mae Edwardsof W. J. Chandler ,
t/I/ _.._ ._ _1 Miss Madge Middleton, Miss Sara( Benefit BridgeA
i June 13, when Mice Doris Mildred Starke, were married Friday, ------ -- - -- The seated on the
guests were
e' McKinney, daughter of the late June 9th, at 4 P.M. in the homeof = Reed, Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs. pair of nylon
w E; S wide screened porch which was nose lIilI
SJf Ernest Ray McKinney and Mrs. the groom's aunt and uncle, Mr. Callstreetvitatlons Vernon Silcox, Mrs. Hal Edwards, I given away at a Benefit
decorated with magnolia boughs. Mrs. Effie Miner, Mrs. W. G. Bo]
uni and Mrs. 520
Estye Sparks Cannard, was E. T. King, LynwoodAve. sponsored by the Junior ,
I ted In marriage to 1st Lt. Goldman ., Jacksonville. Rev. A. E. r A chicken dinner was served, buffet Haile, Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. J. E. Club in the Woman's Won.
style, and the table was cov- Wilson Mrs. W. J. Chandler Mrs. Club Ri
; Taylor Brashear, son of Mr. Lightfoot performed the ceremonyIn ing on Wednesday J
hS' ered with cut work cloth and evening J
-------- ------------ a Matthews.Birthday .
'i; and Mrs. George Brashear of Cor the presence of friends and rel E. L. 21. Proceeds to
go to
centered bowl of American the :
by a
pus Christ) Texas. The Rev. A. atives. Yew, the good old summertimeIs + to graduation at 'Annap- I Project. The public Is In\1
and blue .
Beauty roses hydrangeas.In
;' E. LIghtfoot, pastor of the Brent- The fireplace was banked with houneparty time and many l I olis, with the following message Party

wood. Baptist. Church, Jacksonville, greenery and mantle. with lighted pleasant memories of my own attached:; "Dear Carolyn, Thank the afternoon a short business For Diana SmithMr.
u. in the
session and
r officiated. | tapers and white dahlias. Palms "naiad days" were brought back you for keeping me Informed of was held YOU CAN GET

The living room, sun parlor and I I and candelabra with lighted tapers when I glimpsed Freddie WIm-I dolngs-about-town during my 3 absence of the president, Mrs. O. and Mrs. Eldridge Smith REAL RELIEF14Ht

dining room of the Sparks home were on each side forming a L. Beasley, the meeting'was pre- entertained with a lawn party for
berly, Nina Bishop, Bobbie Cam- years here. From, now on I
+ were tastefully decorated with beautiful setting for the ceremony.The eron and other members of the sided over by Miss Madge Middle- their three year old daughter, / ACID
guess my reading the Telegraph ton vice Mrs. L. A. Da-
bride wore a lovely two- president. Diana, afternoon
vases and baskets of cut flowers hep set returning Sunday morn- on Monday ,
and fern, Shasta daisies piece powder blue crepe dress with Ing from a lake stay, chaperonedby will become more infrequent. vis acted as secretary pro tem. June 5, between the hours of 4 INDIGESTIONCarpenter's

j nating and before the predoml-I' white accessories. Her corsage was Billy an'' Dot Powell . And Emmett" . None other of The following nominating com- and 6 o'clock at the home of her

!$' the living room an improvisedaltar I of gardenias. speaking of Nina . Hear the course, than'our own Emmett mittee was appointed: Mrs. A. Z. grandfather, W. 'P. Smith. Mrs.
Key Ferryman .Jr., Ensign, U. Adkins Mrs. L. A. Davis, Miss
was formed of floor baskets Miss Elaine Edwards, twin sis- further distinguished herself at 1 Smith was assisted iff entertainingby
S. Navy ,,. "' Thanks pal . Olive Ray. The usual Defense Do-
of daisies and ferns with a back ter of the groom was maid of Wesleyan this year by winning the Miss Kate Struth.
ground of palms, before which honor and wore a yellow tailored collltch tennis championship . Those few kind words make the nation was taken, the money to Little guests were Invited to the
weekly struggle seem definitely
i the nuptial vows were taken. suit with white accessories. The The first freshman so honored screened porch for refreshments of
worthwhile . And the Invitation are BO damp with perspiration
since . .
1933! the ,
Prior to the ceremony Mrs. A. groom's brother, J. W. Edwards, Quite quintessence is doubly appreciated when I just can't keep my finger from Ice cream and cake served at a
of skill, I'd . .
Drug S
L. Canova at the piano, rendered"O I Jr., was best man. say I I atop to think how strong the slipping off, so guess I'll slip off long, low table covered with a

Promise Me." Mrs. Ethel Blejrit competition is from up Atlanta too-to Kingsley Lake for a dip
Mrs. Edwards chose for her Glimpsed Mrs. Frank Hollings-
t IT d and Mrs. W. G. Proctor offered son's wedding an dress with worth recently returned from a way! . in the drip . So long .See

li 11 a duet, "The Sweetest Story Ever tan accessories and aqua wore a corsage stay in Miami with dotter, Eliza- you in the next WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE
Told" and Mrs. Proctor sang "I of talisman rose buds. beth Hair . Seems son-in-law Well the ole typewriter -keys -Carolyn TIMBER DEPARTMENT

it: .'. Love You Truly." During the Jimmy transport pilot) had a
.1, ceremony Mrs. Canova played Immediately following the cere- few days at home before her de- CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA

( softly "IJebestraum" by LJzst. mony a reception was held. Sea- parture and took Mrs.H. for her CLASSIF1WANTED [ED ADS FERNANDINA, FLA.

' 1 The traditional wedding marches sonal flowers decorated the rooms first plane ride, which she defInitely -

I P1 used. and the bride's table held the wed- did not like!! . No reflection -
/ NI were ding'cake which'waa topped with on Jlmmy's *piiotiog of Listing j OIIIIlIlIIlIIlIII..IIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIII'I'II' ,' "II'11II1"UIIIIIIIII"OIIl"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" "" / '" ".w ta
The bride entered on the arm '' on apartment.
a soldier'and his bride. course-which Is among the very homes for refit, Heated within 20 $30 BONUSFOR CHURCH OF CHRIST
of her uncle, S. E., Sparks, who The bride was graduated from best, I understand . Mrs. Hol- mile of Starke

+ gave her In marriage. Her dress Knoxville High School and is now llngsworth simply prefers some- 119 East' Call Street Aubrey Mercer Minister
''j t was a powder blue street length thing firmer under her than air! HOUSE OR APART-
two-piece costume with which she employed by the Tennessee East- Hear Mart lie (Hemingway) Alexander W. T. cfaTE, Realtor MENT SUITABLE FOR US. SUNDAY: 10:00 A. M.r-Bible Study

wore a small white hat with blue man Corp. !in Knoxville was thrilled tother day bya IF" YOU WOULD BUY OK SELL- IN VICINITY OF CAMP 11:00 A. M. and 7:30: P. M. Preaching and

veil and white accessories. Her Pfc. Edwards deceived his edu- long distance! telephone call froma milk cowa ntnck cows beef. cattle BLANDING, PREFERABLY. Communion.
cation In the Bradford stock bull or hoiri set in STARKE.
County Major friend arrived In
corsage was of white gladioli and just touch with ,J :IX Odom Jr., WEDNESDAY: 7:30: P. M.-Prayer
tuberoses. Miss Saleta Sparks, Schools and Is a member of the New York, telling her that he'd Box 247 Starke. Box 204 Lake WILL PAY U'p TO $100 Meeting.

.._____.. _____ ... First Baptist Church of Starke. recently seen Hal . City. Telephone m Lake ritv ..... Every Visitor A Welcome Guest -
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Priest stating that "Richmond Is MM. Dunlop, care Mrs. E J. Dow-
served best Caribbean area. ling 209 Christian St., Phone TIME BEFORE THE
William Carter as
After a wedding trip to Chatta still a pretty nice place and I'm 113.It t MIDDLE OF JULY CHEER UP !

man.After nooga and Knoxville, the bride enjoying my visit, but expect to
the wedding an informal head back Call Street Way in a
reception wall held. The dining groom will report to Camp But- couple of weeks" . Quite excited $25 PHONE 51, STARKEor Perhaps We can Save That

room was especially attractive ner, N. C., for reassignment. to read in the daily press REWARDFor rail on Mrs. JlI'obfllo
that Irma Stockwell Km. 12, Magnolia Hotel OLD
former Callstreeter.
lace table centered
with covered Miss Isabel Fernandez, who Is
F by a bride's cake surrounded bya a student at the University at won the Jacksonville information leading to rental FREE-With net of National En- PAIR OF SHOES
Little Theatre award for the best ,
clvclopedla Harvard
' wreath of white dahlias and Madison, Wis., Is here visiting her feminine performance of the of furnished\: 4. 5 or 6 room house volume set or World History Classics, !$69:.50 10,
' 4' fern and flanked by blue candles mother, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez.Olin . . pay $4 per month.-Readers Service Expert Shoe Repairing & Re-Building
Hear Leon
e Rosenberg has near Camp Blanding preferablyin Club Box 571. Starke. 6-B-2tp.
in crystal candlesticks.Mrs. White, Jr., Is in West Palm transferred from Gainesville to
H. L.. Brownlee and Mrs. Beach visiting his uncle and aunt Stark. Phone 626. Camp LOST-Pair of clauses Please return -
t Elder Field La. . Leslie and to Telegraph office and receive THE ELECTRIC SHOP
Charles Torres presided over the -Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bates. Edith Biggs are spending a ,few Blanding. reward. 6-9-2tp.

punch bowl while Mrs. R. A. Tho- days of grace at Kingsley Lake BLACK DUN COW at mv place, .-........- - .Across from Park Theatre
mas, Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs. Ira before Leslie's Imminent Induction marked crop split underblt and ------------
Orange General Hospital Orlando.Lt. .
split branded
T. crop 15. Owner
Major J. MartinFOR may .. ....,
.y Wilson and Miss Collette Green assisted Brashear was commissionedIn . Hear Thelma Priest will succeed have for proper Identification and -- -------- - --

I ( In serving. Mrs. L. G. Pow- December, 1941, at Ft. Bennlng Martha (Brownlee) Johnsonat paying, Brooker for this, Vernon Rt. 1. Edwards I

J' ell kept the bride's book. Ga. the Rationing Board when thelalter's SALB-Red saddle< horse about 694tp. EVERY.JlRANCH OF

{ 1 The bride was reared !In Archer, After a short wedding trip to resignation goes into effect 8 years.old. Willie: Griff, Lawtev. FRYERS!' FOR SALE-F. M. Merritt
. Itp Lake Butler Rt. 2, Box 136 first S
Florida, and graduated from the St. Augustine, Lt and Mrs. Bra- house east. of Long Bridge.
P. K. Yonge School in Gainesville.She PORTO RICO sweet potato vine cuttlnKs 8-9-2tp 3n:1urance'H.
shear will make their home in Intf'I'f'Un"dcl.'PHMetU" Pvt. Ernest ready now.-R. L. Prescott,

is now a member of the Sen- Starke, the latter being stationedat Phillips, Co. A, 29th ITB, Highland. 8-D-2tp. FOR ary SAI.E-New.strawberry plants unmixed, now Mlxslon-ready

t for Class of Student Nurses in Camp Blanding. Camp Croft, S. C. . Sgt. Wm.J. FOR SALE-One yellow Jersey milk -M. P. Futch. 1 1-2 ml. west of

6. .Harrell, AGF Repl. Depot 1, Kinney cow, See place.H. A. Button on old Mo Itp I-awtey. B-2B-21P
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-------- Ft. Meade, Md. . Sgt. Hugh TJ. REWARD for return of ration books

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ingram, Co. C, 259th Engr. Com WHITE has taken SOW up:2 at years my Owner and cards valuable contained personal In Identification luggage tan C. WALL

:i My Many Yearn Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render bat Bn., Fort Belvolr, Va. , may coata.have by Identifying and payIng purse lost or stolen from Stern- .
i EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Pvt. A. E. McKinney, Jr., 38th lip berR's store. It

Med. Tr. Bn., Co. B. 3rd Plat., FOR RALE-1918 one and nne-half UNDERWOOD F
Camp Grant, 111. . Capt. Elmo Trtufc.. K. G. Duncan. for sale. Applv Red Croeeoffice AgencyConstant r
DeWITT C. JONES Struth, 301 Market St., Water Itp In Armory between hour.
FOR SALE NOW 9-12 or 2-9. Itp.
Starke Florida Valley, Miss. . skinned Porto Rican-Genuine Potato Copper vine. Service Over 50 Years

S i $1 fiO per l.OOOt' L. S. Parrlsh, La- KITE out, open 4
Thrilled to pieces last week to Groan. ,,. 3tp A. M. to 12 P. M. all day Sunday.
Sandwiches, Ice cold melons I Please Phone 116'j'
3 NICE gas.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carroll and sister, Mrs. Bertha Pearce.
its of LocalNeWS_ children of Miami were visiting Mrs D. B. White left Saturday I Andy Hardy Has Trouble With Blondes Walter Dew, Seaman 2-c, has | Pfc Seber D. Goodman Is

relatives here last week. for her home in Fernandina after completed his boot training at visiting relatives and friends here

\ andIrs! George Manassa Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. spending the past five months at In New Film Coming To Florida Theatre j Camp Peary, Va and Is spending while being t transferred from the
daugbttt Celia, were E. L. Matthews and daughters the home of her mother, Mrs. Cella ,a ten-day furlough here with his) Ordnance Bone at Pomona, Calif.
at the State Andy Hardy goes to college in I i who Just to confuse matters,
and Mary Agnes and Anne are spendIng Manassa. I, pretend
During this time
area Kerr she "Andy Hardy's Blonde mother Mix. M. Dew I to a new station. :(
last week. | to be one girl Instead of two.
9e's several days at Dr. Middle- managed the Troublu.1
.el'tral : Florida Theatre for fourteenth of the .... ._
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Maria K. Hull ton's camp In Georgia. her sister Mrs. Thomas I Andy's fortunes do not l'I.
Grady, .
ends ? that Family series which will be shown fare too well with Bonita and he '!.
to know Mrs. R. A. Colson of Valdosta, while she vacationed in the West ----------------------.1
the Florida Theatre
be Saturday then undertakes
rfrom Homestead for and North. the task of ad-
haS ;S In Hemp- Ga., has been visiting her parents midnight, Sunday and Monday.As justing the twin*. The result -- a ,..w hole !..... kmlnK tr...hle ohlalnlnic a 'tuner
relatives Mr. and Mrs: F. F. Flume. Mrs. William Nolan of Buffalo. her ...
I I.
sit usual, Andy has his troubles peck of trouble for Andy and fun our wppnMunlf> MHO .I0"li"1.:' I
y. Mrs. C. S. McCornack of St. Gap, S. D.. Is spending a fort Mm'H. l.r..rr henna Tunrra. him a ..mmrr home mrmr
d. S. with co-eds three,of them this for all. Ilrlahand.
and Mrs. Wilson G. Lee Charles 111., is the guest of Mrs. night here with her husband, Cpl. time--and all blondes. They are July mid '''1&".'. V llmlml r.prrlu nambrr h. orrupa..f ..I.' .It... durlnE!. th.
the week-end In Tal- Chas. F. Ward and Mr. and Mrs. William Nolan. I Private Ilargroe"See Mark**, "' ..,. Bonita Granvllle, whose star is nllh . ..
pending .pr tl n trtill i to the InMrwiMrnf "ff I kvrrkriH
with Mr. and Mrs. Carl John Uglow. Cpl. Henry Silcox and wife, rapidly rising in the film firmament Here Private Hargrove", trrrltorr ttlll lu nrrriKiHl fur rr\trr, d>rli IkU tlmr.,

(TOman and other relatives. Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., has re- Florence (Mersereau) Silcox are and the beautiful and talented -, the hilarious best-seller based on ..r vtfcer t.III,* OritaalBiMlaiiM.W .

uses Fay and Mary Alice Yare turned from a trip to New York visiting their respective parents, Wilde Twins.In Army life, has been made Into one r i t e to MILO JONES

ugh. who been attending| where she visited Mr. Johns, who J. I* Silcox and Mr. and Mrs. T. addition to the Hardy Family of the funniest screen comediesof 410 \\>..t Turntlrth Street

.!heat, N. C. College High is stationed In Brooklyn. A. ?Ierce t\u. Cpl. Silcox is on favorites, who include Lewis Stoneas the year and will be shown at \CKSON\ILLK: 6, FLA.
001, are Here for the vacation George R. Powell of Newton, N fui lough from Spence Field Ga. Judge Hardy, Fay Holden as (the Florida next Tuesday Wednes-
Mrs. R. S. T/Sgt. and Mrs. C. J. ..._. _,_ _ .._._._ _
i their grandmother, C., is visiting at the home of his Berg spent Ma Hardy and Sara Haden as day and Thursday.In ?'W n- ___ __+

iitt. mother, Mrs. R. L. Powell. this week in Miami. Aunt Milly and, of course, Mickey the title role Is young Robert

Myrtle Carpenter spent' Mrs. R. M. Faver of Miami came Miss Grace Phelps has returned Rooney as Andy, the new picture Walkr, who made such an auspi-

? and BaconGa. Tuesday afternoon to spend sev- from Mocksvllle, N. C. where Introduces Herbert Marshall as cious debut In "Bataan" and laterin WIRE FENCE
eral days here at the Dome of. her she was called by the illness of dean of Wainwright College and "Madame Curie." Donna Reed, I
her father whose health is now Andy's love rival; Keye Luke, one whose fresh and wholesome personality -
somewhat Improved. She went to of Dr. Gillespie's assistants, as a make her the dream girl 100 ROLLS '

Gainesville Tuesday to attend an F. young doctor and Jean Porter. of so many American soldiers, is WIRE FIELD FENCE
Service Careful Drivers S. A. training school for four
rompt When Andy sets off for Wain- the romantic lead as Hargrove'ssweetheart. DUE IN JUNE 15 I

i days.Mrs. wright he has great plans for his Keenan Wynn adds
Aneda Griffis has received i
college career. That Is, before he another' laurel to his growing
tare Taxi ServicePhone word that her son, Julian, has ar- meets Bonita Granville on the wreath with his Impersonation of
rived in New York and is "O.K." Gilbert's Trading Post
train and becomes involved with the lovable, but moneymindedPrivate
He has been in active sea duty 1
the fortunes of the Wilde Twins Mulvehill. MACCl.ENNY FLA. i I
150 with the Navy and has not been rn,
home in four years.

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Blum left Mrs. Carl Jackson is spending I
Sgt. Hugh B. Ingram spent several -
NightFOR Monday for New York City, their several weeks In Quincy Ill., with
)ay former home, where they will days here this Meek with his her mother-in-law, Mrs. W. B. We're Not Cocky. . ;

spend a two weeks' vacation. mother, Mrs. Carrie Ingram. He Jackson, and other friends.

Mrs. T. T. Long and sons Dave was on his way from Louisiana,I O \'

and Tom, spent last week with the where he has been on maneuvers, I Recent Births . In feel we're rradlly admitting -

SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE Jackson former's, In mother Baconton, Mrs., Ga. W. T. to his new station' at Fort Belvolr,]I To Mr and Mrs. Harry Padgettof that our .service. I i.* 1,t(

Va. Mrs. Ingram accompaniedhim Maxville, a daughter, on May nnlltlr>K to Crow about the..e .. t 1
FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR Mrs. W. :J. Kincaid and Mrs. clays . and we're filianxMl.But q kJ
C. C. Hoppe of Tampa are to Virginia. i .
spending ,
22.To honestly, folk, wo're ;
COURTEOUS .CORRECT INFORMATION several days with their sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page and Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wil- doing tar bent ue ran with In-

PLEASE PHONE 147 Mrs. O. L. Beasley.Mrs. children of Lake,' City and Mrs kerson of Lawtey, a son, on June esprj-rntwd help, unr-tlme ,;

James Lambe returned recently L. M. DeSha and daughter of 9. ck'aniegnulda and an "ettra"
from Daytona Beach where Wildwood were w week-end guests of To Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kite of load of niMlnm. for the lx>)nat

UNION BUS STATION, she and her daughter, Mrs. Lon- Mrs. W. H. Strutll'fend:' Miss Kate Starke, a son on June 12. landing. I. I
u nie Sullivan, spent a week's vaca- Struth.. To Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Tillmanof Bear with im! Buy hernia. t:
LACY CONWAY, Agent Starke, a daughter, on June 12.
tion. They stopped in Jacksonville Miss and we'll noon I* giving )flU
Miss Sewell and
(Temple Ave. s Starke, FloridaDON'T enroute to spend last week- Clarice Thomas Gayle relumed to Tallahassee To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith the IlKHT" In Dry ('l.nlnle 1 el

end with Mrs. Lambe's soninlawand Monday"to attend the of Starke, a daughter, on June 13. Ser\lce! .

daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Berry summer session at the Woman's
Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Sullivan College. I

11 then accompanied Mrs. Mrs. C. W. Lancaster has returned -' STARKE DRY CLEANERSAND ''f

Lambe to Starke. to her home In Plant City 8

Friends of Dr. Sam Sternberg after spending a week here as LAUNDRY
will be interested to know that guest of her nephew and niece )!

he has been promoted from the Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Nunnery and Phone 28 Starke, Fla.
rank of Captain to Major. He is Mrs. W. N. Johnson [THAN BEFORE '
stationed at Turner Field, Albany,
(ffT Depend Georgia. S 1/C/ Ernest Garrett who, for -- -- -- - "
the past four months, has been al ii .

ON patient In the Naval Hospital at I :
r Y *
I Asheville, N. C., is spending a 14
JUNE 12th day leave at the home of his bro ( JJf '

LUCKInsure ther, F. M. Garrett. "It's doubly : ,

JULY 8th Miss Jeannette McLendon of I I "

Orlando will anlve Saturday for .' ;
a visit with her grandparents important to

91 Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews.

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you to get

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Traveller's' Trip Policy MIDNIGHT SATURDAY featureNOWf f I'a' '

25c for 24 Hours SUN., MON.-JUNE 18, 19

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C Three blondes 1 on his' : ,
FLORIDA b hands-end in his o It, You 6. I IIt.

hair! Hardy -J Jf& .I&. I 1" .,, Mq.Fs .
aw howls and hap.pinesscrowd- OIl !"e 0'0/1.
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in i ih "' o 1'0", ",
,, AH you have to do In read some comedy I ? srco" 8.nyto. ""61'/ ... 09.. !\
its. i of the accounts of how our boys ",I'_ /j ell","0"0" cO//, /,
rl are bleeding and dying on the k'll1 1"01.l' o 1.
Jlr .
Jf v a BJOS Q
battlefield for UII at home and you .w s- YSf be /P"fi11'0' /
6. -
will reali/c how little you are do- 4l q. %'A' _
Ing when you buy a War Bond. .o"0"11"e..olhn.a+

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HEADQUARTERSFOR l. ..i IL a4 f. eJsni", out6

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Lewis I SQ .. oC. 'NotoA'eoJ1n414p

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KEEP COOL INSternberg's c2, Hargroye

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Miss Selma Sapp spent last weekin I Norman.
GRAHAM I Jacksonville with her sister Cpl. Charles Edwards
r By Mr*. Eva Strickland Mrs. A. B. Chapman.Mrs. ing a few days with his a'
II I WHAT TO FIND Agnes Keith returned to her Mr. and Mrs. H L pn
FwariIJ j
Mrs. Annie E. Ward, Mrs. Eva .
home In Jacksonville Friday after Edwards is station.. 1:, MiJt
and Gertrude Strickland, Mrs. Nel-
spending several days here with His friends are Kik4 I \

lie Reynolds and Mrs. C. Willis _ ___ _____ _ ______ _____ her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. again. *
were visiting at the State Farm DIRECTORY Sapp. We are sorry t. ,.
Tuesday. I WOODLAWN{ f --- Miss Dorothy Norman of Jack- Mrs. T. N. Non 'hiin

Pfc. Lewis Stalling of Lake fly Mr. Mjrlo KafiiNe sonville spent the week-end with list this week and i

,1 Charles, La., arrived Friday to The public Is Invited to meet.If FOR INFORMATION OF CAMP BLANDING SHOPPING her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. soon be well agaIn,
spend his furlough with his mother -
with the Wood lawn Baptist Churchin AND RECREATIONAL CENTER
Mrs. Kate Starling. Ii -1
the home of Mrs Senle Prevatt
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts
spent Sunday afternoon with his Sunday at 3:00: P. M. for another AMUSEMENTSStarke sonville. PHOTOGRAPHS .

mother In Lake Butler. great service. Rev. E. M. Yeter THERESSA AmusementsThe Miss Irene Lewis of Starke was

Mr. and Mrs. Seth Roberts of I will bring the message. By 1\1148 Ida U-.caq :Milk BottleBowlaBar visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Starke were visiting his brother Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis of Miss Jane Johnson of Jacksonville W. C. Connor this week-end and a tl! C. Smith GardnerEstablished
and alster-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs.C. Ft. Myers were recent guests of was visiting Lillie Mae and attended church at Pine Level Sun- ,
B. Roberts, Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rafdse. Eva Mae Trlest recently. FOOD day night. 1900_

Mfr and Mrs. Jimmy Starlingand Alfonzo Prevatt attended church Corporal Robert Batten, who Camp Diner Mrs. Roy Johns of Lake Butler of New York and :Miami:
son of Brooker were visitingMr. here Sunday night. has been overseas for two years, Come And Get It Mrs. Eddie Norman
and Mrs. Harvey Starling Ossle Ray Prevatt of Jackson- is pending a 20-day furlough with Maude's Place last week. ONE 8x10 $2- i TREE 8x10 $5$

Sunday afternoon. ville is spending! several days here his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Park Cafe and Six 3x4 $3 .Twel\e3\4j5, 1 i
Gordon Jones .
and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Zeke Dryden of with his mother, Mrs. Senle Pre- Batten. Sweet Shop Mr.
Starke spent Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Johns and Snack Bar daughter, Carolyn, were visitingMr. STUDIO IN BLANDING CENTER
with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Star- vatt.Mr.. and Mrs. Lewis Rafuse and son, Grady, of Hampton, attended and Mrs Thurmon Jones Sun- BUS STATION STARKE, FLA.
'little daughter were visiting Re,'. church here Sunday night at the GIFTSGislain's day afternoon.

I ling.Mr.. and Mrs. Allen Graves and I and Mrs. E. M. Yeter of Jacksonville Christian church. .. ...... .
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'1 daughter, Shirley, and Mrs. Wil- last week. Mrs. Jimmie Swindell and son, GUM BRANCH -
II lard Smith of WIndermere, arrived Rev. E. M. Yeter and childrenof I Donald, have returned home from Wonder Gift Shop By :Mrs. T. N. NormanMr.

Monday to spend a few days with Jacksonville spent Sunday '\11th! visiting relatives and friends in Bradford Photo Shop : and Mrs H. C. Chapman and
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page. Georgia.Mrs. children of Jacksonville spent the
I Mrs. Henry Rogers and daughter Rev and Mrs. O. J. Raulcrson Daisy! Johnson and daughter MILITARYSUPPLIES week-end here with relatives.

of Orlando, were visiting relatives were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jean Alice, of Houston, Texas',
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here Monday afternoon. Rafuse Sunday afternoon. are visiting her mother, Mrs. D. W. -
Moore. Ben Suslow's Army Store

A. L. Sullivan was a business Gislain's
Visitor at Starke Friday P. S. Stores
F JUST for Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore and Shafkin'sPHOTOGRAPHY 5 BIG DAYSSUN.

children of Lake Wales are visit-

ing his mother, Mrs. D. W. Moore. MON. TUES. WED. THURS.
iL k; FUNVISIT Mr. and Mrs. J. D. GrIffIs andJ.

J. Zeigler were visiting Mrs. Bradford Photo ShopC. JUNE 18, 19, 20, 21, 22
Rhoda Dampier at the Alachua Smith GardnerTHEATRES
County hospital in Gainesville

STARKE Sunday.Mrs. John Jordan and children Florida

{ were visiting her mother, Mrs. Park
S. R. Swindell, recently. Ritz He'll Be
Amusements Don't forget Sunday School every King for a DayJUNE '
Sunday morning at the Bap- TAVERNSIJIandinj on RATES +1
tist church and Christian Union *,Center Bar 18 Y
every Sunday evening at 8:30.: Maude's Place + '
' rr: II One Block .
From USO-NCCS Danny Kaye Makes Screen DebutIn

r -. "Up In Arms" At Park Next Week Make Him a Happywith \ DINAHtd

Starring the Broadway comedy I his screen debut In the offering as Gift from Gislain's
GAMES AND RIDES sensation, Danny Kaye, as a neu- I the neurotic Weems, and Dana An- I SUORb .
4 4i rotic elevator-boy who practically I drews portrays Joe with Miss y ,

i FOR YOUNG and OLD disorganizes the entire U. S. Army Shore as Virginia and Miss Dowl- I i A DREAM t
, ? when he Is forced Into uniform,the Jng, a glamorous newcomer from We Have % ,

technicolor production "Up in Broadway, as Mary. Calhern is .,
"rms" opens Sunday at the Park seen as the boys' apoplectic colonel. A varied selection of ); 'cNA

i.t'r Theatre for a five-day run; George Mathews, Denny Baker, RINGS tI

OLD SARGE'S PLACESTARKE'S Dinah Shore, Dana Andrews, Elisha Cook, Jr., Lyle Talbot, Walter - Hand TooledCIGARETTE LNEW SCRctiv x u
r Constance' Dowling and Louis Cal- Catlett and George Meeker are BOXES
I hern have the other chief roles In also in Important roles. I w-1
; the laugh-hitl, the action of which With the famous Goldwyn Girls Genuine Leather
opens In New York City and windsup r WALLETS SAMUEL
r adorning the gaily fantastic dream
on the mythical South Pacific
StoreAuthorized I :finale, In which Several of
Army Island of Bagoona from which the Danny imagines Styles GOLDWYN
Japs are to be pushed by UncleSam's himself to be a Great Lover, and ASH TRAYS
with dozens of
novelty effects and
armed forces.
Brazil NutBOTTLE
by the War Department Danny Weems, who thinks every surprises woven into its clever STOPPERS
footage. "Up in Arms" aims at a
thing in the world's wrong with
6 Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS new high in screen musical enter- .
him, and his pal Joe are drafted. Men's Fine
When they complete their basic tainment. HANDKERCHIEFSBayonet
s training they find,their nurse girl e
friends, Virginia and Mary, have RISINGBy -
joined the Army too, and are now MKS. EDDIE NORMAN: LETTER OPENERS
for all lieutenants in the Medical Corps. .
Thomas Orion Chawford, machinist Hand Carved ATTRACTION
All four of them head for the SPECIAL ADDED
mate, 2-C, U.S.N., and wife, SOUVENIR FISHGISLAIN'S
South Seas aboard the same transport
of Washington, D. C., who have
Military Supplies
\ thanks, although to Danny's Mary Is maneuverings a stowaway, been visiting Mr. Crawford's par- This is America

i f ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crawford,
> Danny gets into plenty of trou-
Novelties and Jewelry ble with his buddies and'with his for the'past week, returned to Next to Koch's Drug Store Plus LATEST WAR NEWS
Washington Sunday, where :Mr.
:* commanding officer as a result, Crawford will return to duty. .... __ ... ,. r .. ... _._ _....... --
but shortly after landing at Bagoona -
he Is captured by the Japs, and Earnie Norman and sons and
Ben Suslow'sArmy after an uproarous mix-up come Mrs. Maude Proctor, all of Gainesville -
were visiting Mrs. J. E. Nor-
out of the jungle with a string of
captured Japs. Nobody quite knows man unday. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie, I
Store how this has happened, but any- Norman and son, Herbert, were I
how, panny turns out to be a hero visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thurman
and all Is forgiven In a tuneful, Jones of Pine Level Sunday after- .
209 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. spectacular finale. noon. J
r The versatile Danny Kaye makes A large crowd attended church =NOW OPEN
Sunday at Corinth. Everybody enjoyed -
the wonderful sermon deliv-
ered by Rev. Gammage of Jack-


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TRY OUR Sour Cream
Next to Western Union .

Fresh Rolls 8 A. M. M.

Ifif-- ..SaladsSandwiches PumpernickleBread PrintingEnlarging Developing .r. PLENTPEN OF icP' CREAM ':

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Chocolate Milk '
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12 Hour Service

i4'4 Iced Fruit Juices r ItK:

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ll.. I II.,u ,Ii..i. Tn I i 111(1 i, -
i t .Ito'M han :\n'I'MI: or a'I'IU"TIO'l'Olt/
fill, il .aid 1 i smut i I .> "t.t for u tax 'rIIKKII
\ .1 I, ..1 I I t." I L". II 1--11' il l thrr'nn, Th. Oplillt 11111n:.
ha Per I\THERE TO FIND! > I"il 1''. .11' , 1IUI
ITt .. iiiiuih i dud\ Vi'tirn. ofi NlUMi\ : IS IIJoHI.ItUI: : \" KV: ,
lirarhale ."I".I i."n. < the ill*"i i Iptton ;of pi up.. Tint T .1 I Alderman... holiliT, uf Tax.
tit, inI 'ihi unmrr in whichi It Cirtirit< nunil..,IrA unit, ilfmrllieil I
w" anxr.r cd nl" an folloWHi : an follow. tu-wII| Number 60 )
i.".i 'tin allNo' : 47..ui Ixnlii-rt' Hepteinher' 7, A. l It. IflJH;
\ . of Ixmianvf, Auauru 4, A. N'uinher 2601 Issued. August 2. A. 1)
etUr .I' I"4 I Ia Il 1937, end Nuniher, IS1: Inmieil AUKUHt -
FARM I were eligible to attend the camp New River last weekend.Mr. l>,.. .i Iptlon of Property: K1* of '. A. Ii. l U\I.:\! him flleil some In I?
during its Patrol Leader Week. and Mrs. L. F. Welfare Workers Future Farmers :M'II; :' ".r'IN', Section 14, Township lilY nffloe anil han iiiiuln Hppllcatlon
Chapmanwere for Tax tieeil
1)rn WblCfI(1Gt'ra1d ( ) T South Itaiiirw SO fn he leNueil thereon.
ly. Bran During the week ... Kant containing Snlil. Tax (.rllr..I". embrace the I
I ) past CharlesW. in DeLand Thursday when Handicapped by Elect OfficersAt 20 \.1'l more or less. .
.r Inthe
(cox and her five Turney was in Clinton S. C., Mr. Chapman delivered the baccalaureate Travel Problems HoiiHhivillfliate Niinie" hi whleh assessed, n I. County lit" inmlfuid propertlir Htat"' of

Friday to attend a meeting of the Board a recent meeting of Future Klm-lil.i.' tii'Wlt.I
came address .
)1 DeLand at the high school No.: 79.liar Lots 5, 6, II, 11, In Wooitlnivn.
;era Mr and Mrs.. R. H. Cox of Directors of the Thornwell Orphanage there. Before returning home they Cooperation upon the part of applicants Farmers of America the following 1). 1911.Ilescriptlon' of Immune August 4, A. Sei'lloti II Township R\ Mouth
XaiiK 2J (I'"MI.:
;:it and Mr. J* M. Bradley. of t he Presbyterian went to New Smyrna on business for and recipients of pub- officers were erected: President! of Property: N'. ot or leitx., which rnntHlnlnK In .40 inlirncertuniler acresmore .

>!r Sunday to spend a Church. Mrs. John P. Turney, with and visited Mr. Chapman's Doyle Conner Vice President Elmer SCiit:' of SKVi: ex. Hy Si-ct Ion 6, sold. Tax CortlfUma Number
0 'cox ;1eft par lic assistance with such help as Tow'nshlp 7 South lantr 21 Esst:: t. 60 'Issued Spptemhrr, 7, A. I 1). ll>3i).
p\'t. Gerald Cox at Fort her baby Mary Carol, accompanied ents in Orlando. Johns; Secretary, Junior Nor iMitulnltiK t acre. morn or less, Lot I of \\ >I. of N\V'U "f Renton.
11th but will return Mr. Turney to South Carolina The may be rendered by n kindly public man; Treasurer Milton Norman; Name In which nnHfnnml, ITn- .11 I. Townnhlp, 7 South Hanna 2i:
Ala that Miss Betty Mc- known. Kant:' rnntalnlnir 10 acres more or
Alan with her daughters, re- for a short visit with her parentsIn Rae of McIntosh won are the only present relief for Reporter. Shirley Judd; Watch Certificate No. 36::. loss, which" In embraced muter. n...lil
r and, Seneca. a Congressional transportation problems of the dis- Dog. Nell Crosby.It Year, of r."an""g".t 4, A. Tax CertlflrHte. Numhvr. Still., Issued'
until August Scholarship for Prospective I>. I U41. August 2. A. 1>. IH37.A .
George Manassattle Mr and Mrs. Hayward Linzy Teachers to trict welfare visitors according to has been decided to meet only 11..rll.llon of Property: tots 9, I mien. In the.. Noiithea. "forncr
rs. be used at Florida of NIP: of
and to. or silk II, NWk being 4A4\ and
daughter. Cella, arrived and children spent last week with State College for Women Is of interest 1 a statement by L>. A. Rennoldi, once a month on the second Wednesday '0.''.. Ailillton! l.lvlnastos't'ruhy to Town of Strttke, Al ;I' 3-. ft. K: AV' by 600 ft. N $. In ."..
; member of the at 8:30 Section 34>, Section n, Towimhlp 7 Nil'" h. Uanit
f their home in At- Mrs. Llnzy'a parents in Tallahassee District Welfare : p.m. Townnhlp U North, ; .
,Mia> from I to her friends here where hangs 21 Hunt.: 22 liiMt: contalnlnir" It IICIPH. inoiroi*
of Mr. I Board. The leas. which ,In embraci'il. under, sold 1
the guests agricultural building being
be In .
Ga to frequently visits her grand which imneHni',1, C I.! Tai Cortlflinle. Niimtier 1SJ, 'lumicj
to $$5I 11 W G. Strlngfellow. Lt. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Land had as 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bou- The statement Mr. Rennolda 'built by the boys at BUS Is coming 1Igdan.t'a'tIlonto. August 7. A. M 1 :1'The \ >. ;
: .
tt-I $:j s8 returned home after a guests during last week their rela- I said, was prompted by recent Investigations : along fine and the sheathing YIMI' / or leniianx No 317 .\II I\.t 4, A. I assessment nnil.T .nlil or.. sold Tax' propertyanbrnerd CiitlflcnteH t "

I but Mrs. Manassa. with tives. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hill, Mrs. vier.E.. by the State Welfare I is now being put on. Those helping 11. inn. Number !SO of Heplemlier, 7. A. I
\\'Ilit Mobley spent last weekend I 1) IS.Itt, '
'TER'LA. Denci litIon| of lropeit: let 1 was the name of J It.11111'1.
Lehter will be with her par- Frances Land and Lorace Camp- with his family at their homeIn Board which revealed that worni i at the present time are V. R. e\. I,! :.'. ft. and W 2rl.. of Lots \\" .

fats the latter part of theployees bell of Mayo and Mrs. J. A. Roland out automobiles could not be re- Ferguson Russell Judd Bobby U. 19. 20. 21 I, 2J: C. J. Reeks. Subnivlnlon. 'I'Ite assessment of sold propertyembraced ,
Sanford.Mr. Section 1ft, Townihlp 7l1olllh. under sold, Ta< Certlfl- ,
of Bartow. placed by new tars nt any early Dyal and Shirley Judd. Our former flange 2.' 1'avt.Name . rate Number his of Annum :2 I. A. 1 D. I

f- 3. of the State Farmtber Mrs. R. P. McLendon Joined her and Mrs. J. O. Randall were date. More than 10 per cent of helper Elmer Johns, struckfor JllhllHOII.Ceitlflinte' In which assessed, Kt) hel 1417: wan. In the iiunin of llnxterAiliimtt. .'
guests their
were Invited to sister Mrs. N. son-in-law and the entire visiting staff Is now higher wages and less work ); No. Ill "I'he assessment of said properjromliraci'il ,r
families R. Maples of Knox- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Yi-ar of '.... under said Tax Cpillfl-! '>!i
without cars, the Personnel Division (mostly less work). "allc.lIgll..t 4 A I> ,
moving picture of the ville, Tenn., for a brief visit with 1941. iiit Number 1N3 of August 7, A. I>. J'
|i a Fish, in Jacksonville last week. I of the Agency had reported, It seems that Mr. Ferguson Is I'M'i.: was In the nnmo nt MnrhhiillJii \
I,,(st paul at the Community their parents in Gainesville last I"" rlptInn of Property. Com lifl ,'knon.
Les- end.Mr. and many others are having getting to be a young boy again. ft N' of SK far of Seo I 11 R \innv I'tilt-nH unlit Tax rertlfliatemihallbe
I Monday night. Rev. week. M5 (t.. N MOO ft, M: 54} ftS .
rr and Mrs. W. G. arcorillnir to law Ills ,
Leplierd arranged for the Strlngfel abundant tire trouble and heavy He had his bean shooter with him Kflir fl., to pi of .liiir Seillon 11. propel lira tlHrrlhe l therein will bo
Mrs. Lottie Carlton of Tallahassee low and Misses Margaret and Melba repair bills I the other day. TonliHhlp M South KIIIIKH 22 KilNt: sold.. to I the highest/ bliliter nt the t
of this interesting and In- and Capt. Ben Dickinson of conlaliilnir 10 n ten more or, .ICHMName South Kiont Poor of the Court
mg Stringfellow spent last Tues- "As additional cars wear out --Shi i'ley Judd Repot ter. In which. anneiiKiO Mr... 11\on HI., on th.. Klrnt Moiuluy\ In the '1 picture. Port St. Joe are visiting Mr... and day with Mrs. J. E. Wilson at her I Until LanieiionAll . month of July A, 11., 1841 which In, :
Whitfield left Sun- Mrs. P. D. Fancher. the Agency becomes increasingly of said.. property h"lnlf InI.he the Hiil: .Roberta Kingsley Lake home. appreciative of the efforts of recipients Receives AwardMrs. County. of lHaUfoitl. state ofKloi thin 3tt. Any ot May A. I
Tallahassee where she is Mrs. A. M.\ Richarde Mrs. J. A. Friends regret that J. M. Brad. lila.fnleBH I n. 1144OKKH'IM I
to come to the'welta re such" certificate' or cerllflcuteN ( \ I SUM t ) A. J. Thonmn.
I!, Florida State College for Bouvier and Mrs. H. M. Richarde ley and J. M. Moncrlef ill at . ,
pg are board office or to meet visitors at Mettle J. Parker of Starke, uliall\ its< refleemed nccorilInir I Clerk\ of Clrmlt Court Krailfnril
their homes to law, the properly >l......rlbeil Comity, Flurldn., : :l
and children last this week.
spent Tuesday a clerk In the Military Personnel
INIie some outlying point. Applicants In h certificate or certlfIcalex I
Bradley and Bradley Geli with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch in Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier be of Branch of Camp Headquarters III.b. sold; to the highest hl: especially can great help by tit the !South Kront I IIU"r ot thellrailfmil
i spending this week and Jacksonville.Joe spent Sunday in McIntosh as assisting to the fullest possible extent has received a cash reward for County Court. Ilnune on

Fat the Boy Scout Camp near Townsend of Palatka and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mc- suggesting a means of speeding up the I9retlondny. In the Month of
or by securing in advance Boys
July A II. I'I44 which In the 3ril.
RS.r IgePark. As Patrol Leaders Leslie Bradley enjoyed a day and Rae and family. I proof of age residence and other office routine. She was one of day of Julv A. 11 I'M4.lialfil t

eir r respective troops they night of camping and fishing on Miss Lorene Moncrief has returned eligibility requirements. The public three civilian employees at the no 1\144\ thin 31nl day of :May A. 1

-.-.-.-..- .-.-. --- home after visiting Miss by adopting a good neighbor camp to received prizes under the ,IdKKICI, < SI3M., )' A. J, NradtordCounty. ThoniBK. ,
Cli'ik '"f Clicult ( 0111'1.
Sadie Prince in Tallahassee for policy, can often aid an applicant War Department's civilian sugges- Klorlilu. 34tS3\ Wonted! ;
several weeks. I tion I
or recipient by giving him a ride
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher to town and back"
. made business I I." 4 lilt I'1' 111111. till tllKOItltoirt Fo Full ot Part Time I '
a trip to Gainesville ''
'0 < riiMimti, i\ <'n %>.
, Thursday C'I'HA..l : '. Summer Employment
Odd Fellows Lodge .l.loneph| A. Maiehetll' 1'lillntlff vil I
Miss Lila Rae Caldwell left lltllllet, lliilzlicir Mm, ,'licit I I. Ileff I u;
Elects OfficersThe ".I.II't. ('us. .- No 3110.: APPLY TO
Monday to join a group of Starke d I
girls to attend Presbyterian Conference AMI: NOTICK" : TO Al'I'UUl, \ j
In Lake Alfred for teh Odd Fellows Lodge recently NT-ATI: OK fo'I."ltlll.\: Harriet The Manager i HLOVETT'S
reorganized here Is progressing j llolzherr. Mar..h""I.! I whore 'punt of-
days. I I i fit e .address In H620 Kort Hamilton
$ f 1 I nicely and the following officers' IMrkwuy. llrnoklvn 0, Nt'w York I ;
Elton Ormond reported to the
have been elected for the ensuing Vim ai" ieiiiIred| to uppeai ulIl
Jacksonville Base Wednesday for June 171)1.) In )14. In Hi" above named
j term: T. M. Keene, Noble Grand; Court and i.,mine, wh""I.ln" plnlntlff. I
service in the U. S. Navy. I welts .11 VOl'...'. urn. .1tord County,
O. Brookins, Vice Grand; W. P.
Telegraph shall
Mrs. Ivan Williams, with her iiuhllxh this Oilier
| Bennett, Treasurer; E. J. Pilcher, In next four weekly ISMIIHKVllneeM I or Write to
t children visited, her sister in Lake \ my liiinil, ami rjfflrlal\
'I Secretary. seal| nt Starke. Kim Mn. thin May.
City last week 20th. 1444OFFICIAL. I PERSO"iEL: MANAGER
$ We Have Mrs. J. H. Hundley and her Appointive officers have been ( 1IoA T.) A. J. Thomas. Refrigeration Service
An Clrk of mild Court.:
filled follows U. F. Cleveland,
as :
granddaughter, Betty Williams Walter i'. Hllrd..t)r. Urivtnnn ftenrh, WINN K LOVETT \
R.S.-N.G.; J. B. Whittaker Inside Florld,(. Atty. for I'if. 53lt.6lU
spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. WINKLER'SELECTRIC GROCERY CO l i
Guardian; A. R. Asher, Warden;
in Jacksonville.
Reese Bradley NO"'U' OP \rpiirvnoKOH" /
EVERYTHINGyou'll E. W. Hayes. Chaplain. 'r.% \ or.Kii: Drawer B West Bay Station
l'1ous= J. E. Ormond is 111 in the Government .. SERVICE I i
* inn n... Hum' ,:
.. Hospital in Lake City. May Lodge No. 13 was instituted NOTiCe IS! HKHKHY IIIVKN. 226 Temple Ave. Jacksonville Flo .

Mrs. E. M. Hewett of Lake City on Tuesday night. May 16, by That. ,.'. M. Pat.khuul.. the Holder. of .
for .-i
want a was the guest of Mr. and :Mrs. District Deputy T. H. Simmons of

Ivan Williams during the past the Gainesville District ably assisted

weekend.J. by John D. Beers of Waldo. i

! BIG EVENING ! G. Caldwell and daughters, Thirty-five members of the order .. ... (,,

June and Frances, visited relativesin from Jacksonville Gainesville, St. .

Ocklawaha Saturday. Augustine. Palatka and other .. oM IICall
.Lass. .
... .
Rev and Mrs. Ray Y. Waldenof nearby towns attended this fine -. - .. I...,
Ir-,.;., -,.. : r ;.;, : :M's
1 s t 1 Lake Butler were guests of Mr. meeting.The r.

and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Wednes Lodge meets every Thurs

day night In the Masonic Hall. r

day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley had I SHAFKIN'STHE

--- at --- and Mrs. William Wilson of Rai- Teachers ExamsTo

t l ford.Mr. I Be Held SoonThe
and Mrs. H. M. Pen-In Mr. ?

1 BLANDINGCENTER next regular teachers' examination STORE

for Special Certificatesand I

F, STROUT 5Eh fTAT10L War Emergency Examination
Certificates will be, held on Thurs
Great*** advert lne. nt *..on- ALL SOLDIERS KNOW
try property. !... made over. day and Friday, July 6 and 7, in n ..1... of Home.- FnnnArreBire. .- Gainesville.The .
Bayer.* from all over the
World. Free open ll.tln.. Constitution examination .

E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCYRepretented will be held at 2 o'clock on Friday ENUF SED .

afternoon July 7, In Jacksonvilleand

Gainesville as" well as other
BAR Locally by I
announced .
F. C. IIOLLINGSWORTH Jewelry Gifts UniformsDON'T
116 S. Walnut St.

----- - ...... -.-.-.-.-. -----o, their dinner guests Sunday Rev.

and Mrs. Benny Shepherd and little ,I

Joy Shepherd and Mrs P. E.

Faulkner of South Jacksonville FORGET DAD ON

spent last Sunday with Mrs.

Faulkner's parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. .

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Early to Be Sure! Choose His Gift Now 1

r -- May We Suggest? Dad's DayCARDS

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: And They Will Tell You somethingto
about !

AlsoSHORT .'()('ST.\IS PE.NS!


served from iES.SE LKATIIKK \UK.U: ) 'S ,

' To Buy 9 a. m. to'9 p. m. :MiniatureCrutf, of Tandy I'OLOKK: "Inrhlll lIanllnlC ;

I Featuringthe OH.NGKS: for Important pnpere :\111"". H'rappsrl &;

:flailed iffy Place

best of Camp Klanillng\ (' nna"1 In the'! U. S..1. f

, LARGEST STOCK IN STARKE STEAKS & CHOPS Or Glee Him DM Trewnt vtllh n Future . . a \\'ar Boml!


Street, Starkf, Horl.U MKS. BESSie D.\VIS. OWII'rme
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the Board of County Commissioners, County. Commissioner, .---=
IN CHANCERY: IN CHANCERY IN CHANCERY Florida, at 10:00< o'clock A. M Julv I A ;1. TH ,\
Jecome Tin Minesor Case No. 3173 Case No. JITS I Care No 2500: I Frank Stubbs. Plaintiff Defendant vs 3rd, A D 1944, for the purpose ofhearing \ ..
Thomas Joyce Plaintiff Vera Mae Morris, PI..lnutlLlttleto John Brad haw. Jr. Plaintiff Lena Hubbard Stubbs complaints and receiving "It
"" War Items vs va I I Case Eit6F{ testimony as to the value of any
Evelyn S. Joyce. Defendant Morris. Defendant June VirgInla Bradshaw. Defendant ) PUBLICATION property. Real or Personal as. fixed' -
Women of Bradford county can NO'llCK TO APk'b;AI{: residence Is Taxes on bin assessment
Slate nt Fl""tMa-roiICvelvn State of /''/ond*-foi State at FlmiWz-To: Hubbard Stubbs whose I ''H a." tor too purix**** ot I
"mine" tin sufficient for 480 l j S Joyce whose residence Is Littleton Morris, whose residence Is June Virginia Bradshaw, whose Gipson North CarolinaYou perfecting, receiving and equalizing'
1813 35th "Street' North West Washington 1SWI Broad Street residence Is care A/S H M. Purcell,, I are required to appear on July assessment The County A.-
ton Army trucks this year. JL). C. You are leciuired Augusta to UeorglH /BOth CT.D, Box 183. Middle GeorgiaCollege. 10th. 1944 In the above named Court such an.. rile yoard of
You are required to appear on July appear on July Cochran, Georgia I I, and cause wherein plaintiff seeks I
17th, l 44, In the above County Commissioners may continue
These figures were compiled by the above named Courtend rmmeu Counand on July Bradford County Telegraph Guaranteed
17th 1944 In cause, wherein You are required to appear divorce session from day to day for one Work
plaintiff In
Stewart vicepresidentthe of cause, wherein plaintiff ..... .klldlvo..c. divorce. seeks !/5th. 1944. In the above named Court shall publish this Order in next four necessary.
Bradrord m..yb.
J. A. week or as lung tu
... Bradford County Telegraphshall ; shall County Telegraph and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks weekly Issues I I . BIIWallace
American Can Company, on publish this Order In next fourweekly publish this Order In next tour divorce. Bradford County Telegraph Witness mv hand and official seal I.
Issues.WitnfHS : weekly Witness.Issues. shall publish thl. Order In next four at Starke. Florida, this June 7th I I All persons owning property subject
the basis of canned foods coiaumed mv hand and official seal mv hand and official! seal Weekly issues. i 1944 to assessment in BradfordCounty Solano
civilians in the count at Starke, Florida this June 13th, at Stark, .'lorldl1hl"( June 13th Witness mv'hand: and official seal OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. ;J. ThomasAs Florida are notified to ap
by 1MI' 1944. at Starke, Florida, this. June 10th Clerk of said Court. I I pear at such meeting, or meetings, FREE: ESTIM.ITF
during 1943. On the basis of taiyear's A. J. THOMAS 1944 T. Frank Landrum, Starke, FlorIda to make such complaints or givesuch *
As Clerk of said Court.Otficiai Clerk THOMAS. A. ;J. THOMAS. for Pit. 6- -4t-6-30 testimony as to the value of
consumption, civilians will ( Seal!) (Official S..alA" of said Court A. Clerk of Mid Court. Atty. any property, real or personal, Route 2, Ito, 68
1,200.330 cans J. S. HARRISON T. FRANK (Official Seal) NOTICE I I fixed I by the County Assessor <
open approximately Law Exchunxe: Bid jr. LANDRUM I KNIGHT and KNIGHT Is hereby given that the Taxes, upon his Assessment' Roll I STARKE, FLA.get .
: Starke. Florida Notice
said. At Jacksonville, FlurldaAttorney Starke Florida : .
he :
of food this year, Attorney for Plaintiff I County Assessor of Taxes of Bradford i they may desire.
for Plalntl/f. Attorney for Plaintiff
issue i County, Florida, will meet with Given by order of the Board <
cording to a table recently 6-16-4t-7-7 6-16-4t-1.7 6-16-4t-7.1,

by Washington, 2,500 cans provide

tin sufficient for one 1\'a. ton Army -

truck. *

Meanwhile, the armed force ,

consumed approximately three bll.

lion cans of food during 1943 and

needs for the current year are expected -i .

to rise to three and a quai'

ter billion cans, Mr. Stewart sale

He pointed out that with a great!;

:Teased number of the armed<

:-ces In overseas duty, more can What will Gen Eisenhowei

d foods will be needed because news

e can has proved the most practtcal -

I, container for the shipment of .

I'' foods abroad.IN .

Ca. No. 3170
Frank A. Splrm. Plaintiff

Mary R.".Hplna. Defendant
Stot. of FlorMaToi from
f Mary R Splna whose residence. li. us

.. N.2339 Y.You,11st. Ave., Astoria Lung Island -

, \ are required to appear on Jul''
\ r 17th 1944. In the above named Cour ,
and cause. wherein plaintiff seek:
I dlvorc Bradford County Teleicraplhall .
publish thla Order in next foui
weekly issues.Witness .
mv hand and official' Hoi. .
at Starke. Florida, this June 14th,
I9U. _
A. Clerk of said Court _
(Official\ Seal
T.Starke.FRANK Florida LANDRU&t You know now what we've heard from him.

Attorney for PlaintiffIN

CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD We've heard that Eisenhower and his

4 COIN Case CHANCERY Ni. 25)K> Americans have hurled themselves like a

Kelly Vlnrlnln D.VSFenrl .Fenters Fe-ntnri, Plaintiff, Defendant thunderbolt against the bristling defenses of tHitler's r I

NOTICE TO APPEAR: Wehrmacht! ,,
Stnta of l"I.'IIlTOIP8arl "
Virginia Fenters, whose rest .

dente You lire la Unknown.requited to apnanr on Juh We've heard that they are financial effort of this whole .,,
17th. 1MI. In the above named Court f r ,
and cause. wherein plaintiff aeekidivorce. smashing at our foe sparWar! a
Bradford County Tvleirrxpthall '
publish this Order In next foul ing neither steel sweat
weekly liisues. nor If the 5th War Loan is to a
Witness mv hand,and official ...."!.
, at Starke, Florida, this June lath. nor blood in one final, furious of us
{h 19... succeed, one must
A. J. THOMAS assault that marks the '
As Clerk of said Court do more than ever before- '
r Dflditl Seal)\ military effort of
'.Starke FRANK Florida LANDRUM, supreme must buy double . yes, .,.
this War!
Attorney for Plaintiff x''
6-16-4t-7.1; triple . .. the Bonds we.
IN" CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD And what news do Eisenhower bought last time. ;t "'
CERY. and his men expect
Rie Voelker. PKIntlff vs. Our men expect to hear Y
Harold Voelker.: Defendant from us?
Case No. 3160. double
that we are buying -
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Men and women of are their -
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Haroliyoelker. that we matching
r whonu. residence. .Is 30 Bel what the Invasion is
St.. Orange, New Jersey. sacrifice as best we can- r
1.1 i. You ere reanlrrd tl) appear on JulI0th \ to our men the 5th r
r. 1944. In the above named Court that the American nation L s
and cause, wherein plaintiff iieek War Loan is to us at home!
divorce. Bradford County Telegraph soldiers and civilians together
hall publish this Order In next lour .

Meekly Witness Hsues mv. hand and official seal For us; as well!! as for is making one gigan- "

e\, at 1944\ Starke. Florid:i, this June 7th, them, this is the crisis the tic effort to win this War! '
(OFFICTAt. SEAL) A. J. Thomas
As Clerk of said Court. time for tremendous,
,I T. Frank Laniiruin, Starke, Flor overThat's the news our men
, ida, Atty. for 1>lt. U-9-4t-6-iC: whelming effort! Make no
to hear from us. ,. .
IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDCOUNTY mistake! The 5th War Loan expect
' CERY. be the bigWill personally ; ,
willundoubtedly you see
E BeuU-h M. Gray; Plaintiff, vs. r Y 'f'

t. Case John. Nn D, Grnv.3162.ORDER :OF. Defendant.PUBLICATION gest, most vitally important that they get it?

Gray whose residence la cure Henry t
Richer, Ellortim South Carolina
You are required to appear on July
10th 1944. In the above named Court And here are 5 More reasons for buying Y ,
and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks .
divorce and custody of ChildrenBrndford .
County Teleicraph shall Extra Bonds in the 5th .p.b .
publish this Order 'In next four weekly .

Witness Issues.. mv hand and official. seal 1. War Bonds are the best the safest investment in the t'le'e '1. "

at Starke, Florida, this June 7th, world! p

A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of said SEAL Court) A. J. Thomas 2. War Bonds return you $4 for every $3 in 10 years.

T Frank .Lanilrum, Starke. Florida
Atty. for Plf. 0-9-41-0-30 3. War Bonds help keep prices down. tf t -

IN COUNTY CIRCUIT, FLORIDA COURT ;BRADFORD IN CHANCERY 4. War Bonds will help win the Peace by increasing pur # ax

after the War. ,
Glen Holbronk/Plalntirr vsIracle chasing power -
Wolf Hulbrook, Defendant '
Case ORDER Nn 3139:OF PUBLICATION: 5. War Bonds mean education for your children, security

r AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Oracle for you, funds for retirement. 'A
Volt Holbrook uhnne residence U HIT > 4 *
Indiana Street Hammond. Indiana
You are required! to appear: on July *. lu f .AlA ,
10th, 1941. In the above named Court
and cause, wherein plaintiff reeks .' ",
divorce Bradford County Telegraph .
hall publish this Order In next four:
weekly iasues.Wltnena '"
official seal .' az
mv hind and
at Starke Florida, this June 7th, .' q. 1
(OFFICIAL SJALA.: ;1. ThomasAs
Clerk of said Court..
T. Frank Landrum, Stark. FlorIda 5 WAR LOAN .

Atty. for Pit:..- 8-B-41-6-30


Alvlna. Price Callahan, Plaintiff, vs. '
Francis Callahan, Defendant. ; -- '" r......, j:'" ,,"\ . -
Case No. :3103.ORDER .
whose residence 1s 619

I North Callahan and.hall weekly divorce.Pennsylvania.You 10th, cause 1914 publish are Issues..Wilton.Bradford required,In wherein.this the)Street above Order County to appear plaintiff, named Philadelphia In Telegraph next on' Court seeks July four., BgCK IH II" / BUY MORE THAN BE FOR

mv hand and official sealat
Stare, Florida, this June 7th,

j 1944(OFFICIAL Court, J, Thomas.
As Clerk of said
T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida 1
Atty for Pit tt-9-4t.6-.IO:
A This is an official U. S. Treasury Advertisement-prepared under auspices of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council


fi II. A. Bishop, Chm. W. M. Edwards K. G. Duncan W. E. Torode, Jr. ,- L. A. Davis