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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Tra fation: Center and BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Home of theSweetest ;

Camp Blandinfif StrawberriesThis II,

Side of HeavenSTAKKE ,

-- Official County Publication Established In 1877 ,
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Smith Brothers Awarded Air MedalLt. .

.i e Against Lumber RationingGoes Three Candidates Announce'

\ ;ed by Judge Perryman Into Effect ,

er r Lengthy Preliminary Hearing $ 1 First of August For Places On Council .j

.' E K of Ferryman the State dlsH of- pL | Because of the limited produc.In September 5 Election i"

'. case tion of lumber and tht>
Lewis Smith and North Starke urgentmilitary 1---- _ _
against ned for It. the WPB
Smith Ji at noon Wed has placed all I __ __ .
: Residents Reminded lumber under rationIng 1i ------ "-- .
after in hours of the beginning August 1. All i Striking Drivers I August 15th ;

jrfd testimony ever heard Of Paper CollectionCity farmers wishing to purchase lum County Still Short :

Bradford County court. ber for use cn the farm Around

nicks! will pick np, ,i a purchase certificate through mint get the i Back Cab I $45,000 IsLastDate
eke mvolveu alleged ab- Wa&te paper on Call Si. uml county agent., The exact description -I on Jobs 1 In War Loan Drive ; I

,and rape the north half of town In the ansI I amount of all lumber I
have been reNldenllal aection JOM. K.: \\ INon clinliiiiun tlr
brother next Tues- and the urfe '
Smith to be made of Starke Taxi Service cabs
-d 1 without bond, in the day, Augu 1. it must be stated.Provisions \ | back on (the road again after arc a I the 3lhiir Limit Irie, stated For Qualifying ,

j Jail since States Attorney Paper wan picked up on will be made Coun- three day strike which paralyzed jphteriluy that llritdford County i i'f

Duncan took over the gath- Call St. and the south half of ty Agent L. T. Dyer says for taxi service over the week-end. U upimifiilly I Htlll $$. ,OOtl) The ball
Df evidence for the Stateer the residential. Motion Tu-..- farmers wanting' less than 300 Eight drivers of the ten short of Im $37i>,0<><) quota was started' rolling .
cabs j
> June 11, date of the duy of this' week, but It Is reported board feet In any one quarter to owned by the company struck All bonil purrhuicn. through the City Election, Sept. 8, by !

Incident They were real that there wa little i: make application to dealer where last Saturday mOI'nlng for more on Suluiiluy, July 21), will fount three announcements this week ',.,

the termination of the cooperation on the part of resident i he secures his lumber Instead of cabs or more pay but returned on the quota and JUl''II"on for the three places to be filled g

ji,ury hearing Wednesday. and only a very few having to go' to his office. The to work Tuesday. after a | Urges nil person, Mho can on the City Council. I 0

case hinged on whether bundle were lied up and waitIng Al Kay Carlisle son of Mr. AAA Committee through his office : and settlement between the parley trlk- possibly purrluiMe.! another .bondnf The first

join Involved was abducted for the truck. and Mrs. J. D. Carlisle of Starke will In turn lame purchase ers and J. W. Andrews, Ford any denomination do *o by made announcement wan
,i be house near here where IH has recently been awarded the Dealer noon Saturday. Monday by L. M. Gaines' !
It believed that this poor certificate( to the dealer for this I and owner of the cabs
Li a temporary resident or showing is the result of fur- Air Medal for meritorious aChieve-I I amount so that he may replenishhis 1 Employees are working on the young operator of a service station .
Ir the left voluntarily. getfulneti ment In aerial combat. Carisle stock! and same terms on Temple Ave., who
on the part of the 'comply with the as before, Andrews makes
bearing: was called at 2 public rather than the lack of l was recently promoted from WI I'B regulations. I I said. Good Attendance his Initial bow in politics by bid I
In the afternoon Tuesday the rank of 2nd Lieut to 1st.
willingness! to cooperate In the Purposes for which a ''farmer'slumber ding for a place on the
Lieut. and Is City
:ontmued through the day serving as a B-24 At Methodist
paper drive. Therefore, residents 1. certificate maybe Isxued, Visiting Pastor Council.
and until bombardier In the European Theatre
evening noon I
irly of North Starke are Mr. Dyer Includes Vacation
'edneiday, T E. Duncan L I of war He has also added says conntruc- Will Fill PulpitAt SchoolThe The second announcement came <
urged to mark their calendars tlon of faim buildings (
two clusters to his Air Medal. Tuesday when Junlua
for the plaintiff and I M. Smith
!trey ,
and make a special effort to farm dwellt(. g- houses) which PresbyterianIn rapid rise In tendance at proprietor! of the
Knight for the defendants. remember that paper will be Lt. Carlisle's sister.,! Army come within: the' $1000 limitation the Vacation Itlble School In KCHxlon Cleaners it Starke Dry

ge Perryman presumably picked up next: Tuesday. Nurse Audrey R. Carlisle has of Conservation! "Order L41. HH the absence of the pastor. at the Methodl.1t Church thin I lie would be Laundry stated that

there was not enough evi-; The city truck are collecting alHo been promoted from the rank cannot use l'jnber for building I Rev. CharieR II. Allen of thoFh.t week, In pi oof of Its mniked Rue- Council. In a candidate for the
pmented for the plaintiff of 2nd Lieut! to 1st Lieut. She I making hIs announcement :
!: paper on Call St. each or repair of residences unless the Presbyterian Church the cess. Wednesday 69 children MI' Smith
irrant binding the Smith Tuesday, and on alternate Is stationed in England and she building was 'datnagl'd by fire, Rev. Alexander: Mitchell will con- attended, t the variety of claxne wart Interested In stated that ha
11 over to the Grand Juryt and her brother have had the duct which helping/ to guldi
TueNdayt In North and South tornado etc. services. Dr. Mitchell hada Include motion Hinging, II. the destinies. of ,
large' number of defense Starke. good, fortuce to see each otheron very fine Presbyterian church luxtrated BIble Stories Starke through 'j
A farmer may stpcure lumber hand the critical "
ses testified that the woman several occasions. In Boston,, before recreation and, post-war period and
without a ci$tlflcate when coming refreshments. pledged 111
he 'raft'l best effort In behalf

dubious fory .
reputation to Florida lie hat Miss Kate .
had Slruth.
buys from a "awn\lll producinglesi a long teacher of the city If elected., Hestated
: and certain of the and useful the school '
Lieut. 'GahaganReceives ministry in his church announced,
: than 100.000 board feet yesterday that he
''s witnesses had a bad rep- Chaplain BurgessIs a I In the north that claques would not have :
and Is the will
year. This 1 Sit the case' 'wlieine today time to "campaign"
CitationSecond solicit
n (for truth and veracity.interesting ; I same here. and through .
Guest way Dr. Mitchell'sHOII Wednesday
I SpeakerAt he furnished the logs* (II' buys the! of next votes for the position but would
highlight of the Lieutenant Luther P. lumber, |! was a clasHmate of the Rev week. A program will bo presented .1 be glad to serve If elected.
t wan the testimony of r Rotary Club Chas. H. Allen at McCormick for parents and
witnesses that the woman, Gahagan. 24, of Savannah Ga., Farmers" wishing fIll (her Information I Semlrary In Chicago.Mr. the pupils on next friends, of I Third man to announce for the

band and a third party had Lt. Kendall B. Burgess Chaplain co-pilot of a Flying Fortress. has about the pin'chase of | Allen 8 o'clock In the Wednesday at I Council this week was. Van II.
been awarded the Air Medal Che to be at the min evening an the
at lumber should call Garden who ,
at Isnued
ed a $$300 bribe to leaveand 62nd ITS Camp Bland Ing, Eighth AAF Base in- England. CountyAgent's j isters' conference at McCormick culminating project of the vaca I the following
"hush up" the case. was guest speaker at the Rotary office. Non-tal'mel'slIhould Seminary the last of tion school. All students will statement yesterday:
ettc note was found in the Club Wednesday. taking as his The presentation was made byhis make application the War Production the flist of August. July and ticipate and the public Is urged par.I "I take this mean, (of announc
any of a pale thin 11-year, theme the 169th anniversary of group commander Col. HunterHarris Board in'Jacksonville.. I to attend. ing to the cltlznna of the City of

irt. who was left by her par- the Chaplains' Corps which, Is: Jr., of Athens, Ga. - - c.-----____ .- r> Every_ child_ In___ _Ih.ii n.. /_.n..ft._...... ...'... Starke that I will be a Mftdldate
lib : Lieutenant Gahagan is the son Mrs. w\UU1 necurn .. Invited for one of the ii '
four other small chlld- now being observed. Uglow HonoredOn I to attend the remaining vacancies In the :
t the home to "wash dishes I Chaplain Kendall reviewed the of Mrs. M. P. Gahagan of Starke. From Echockotee I aelons of the school, Mills Strutr' City Council created by the retirement ,'
79th I
.. .; of Prior to entering the AAF In Birthday said. of the able
-- "and the boys growth the, corps from the .. councilman,
liquor" on a Sunday morn- very beginning. when the entire February 1943 he was employed Anniversary- I Ten Boy Scouts from Troop 70 H. A Bishop and L, A. Dnvla. I J'
Army could bbast but one up to in the sales department by the I returned Sunday from Scout Jacks and fully realize the r'esporufbl'llty/ -

pior came' to court with ) ux.. the present time when thousands Southern Cotton Oil Company in Mrs/J bn Uglow celebrated her I'Camp Kchockolee just outside of Jills that Is placed upon the City Council I

;brown Carrie Reason who of chaplains live and die with the Savannah. He received his pilot's 79th birthday anniversary happily Jacksonville on Doctors Inlet. Have Swimming PartyThe caused by the growth of
wings in December! 1943, on when her Those Starke and the Increase ,
doggedly to her first con- fighting men right on the battlefront Wednesday ddiigh- attending were Billy Smith In revenue
in!l that she didn't know "how ;.'. at Columbus Miss. ters, Mrs. R. L. McDowell of I Gerald Boelter, Dan Priest Van G. I. Jacks and Sills. which from our Electric Light and r.

U rgo Is in feets" and re- In conclusion Chaplain Burgess The official citation read: : "For Jacksonville and Mrs. C. F. Ward p Priest Marcus Clayton Clayton Is the married couples' group of Water Plant and the Increase In ,

to surmIse concerning: certwlmony read the followtng original poem exceptionally meritorious achieve. entertained: more than CO friends Revels Albert Kite, Clyde Den- the USO Club on Temple and, population. I pledge myself to

t with ''the terse which Indicates the seriousness ment while participating In bomber who filled at the Uglow home onLafayette mark, George Wlnkler and Edward Washington, enjoyed a swimming cooperate with my fellow citizens. f' "
pent that "Ah only knows I with which he undertakes lots missions over enemy'occupied street late In the afternoon Shull. The Rev. Chas. Allen party at the Klngnley Lake homeof at all times for the betterment of I

ah sees "and ah can.t''| part of the great task being carried continental Europe. The courage. ____ and____ even.n _ _n. of the First Presbyterian Mrs. Pauline Torode on Thursday our town and you will find me at
rond the big, bushy tree." on by the Chaplains Corps: coolness and skill displayed by ing to greet their I I Church who Is Scoutmaster spent evening, July 20. After the your service at all tlmon. I earn '
4 Lieutenant Gahagan upon these mother on this the week with the boys acting as swimming a picnic supper was estly' solicit your vote and supportat

ewell Dinner THE CHAPLAINI'm occasions reflect great credit up- occasion. Scoutmaster of Troop 4 at the served by a committee from the the next city election."
grateful for the privilege Guests Camp. Merit badge group mad up of Mrs. Charles Respectfully
on himself and the armed forcesof were passed
]J- L. Thornsvent My country's given me the United States." served *an, appetizing : by the boys at the camp and Barr, chairman Mrs John Sugar Van If. (Oscar: ) Garden .

of To play the part of God to men plate' of many articles of handicraft were and Mrs.' Charles. Thomas. Three places on the City Council
Tonight Embarked on tragedy.I C C C S CS made at the work All married servicemen and I
C C S S C C open faced 'sand nhop. Marcus and the office of Mayor will
larewI'll' I wiches' dainty jj. Clayton made a very fine boat their wives are Invited to join be voted ,
f dinner on in the
will be given I approachingelection.
that I'm not thin
great enoughOr LawteyBy Into which much time and group which meets. at the
t ((Friday) for Julllus L. cookies, birthday USO .
good enough to be Club J'
were placed under the every Thursday even- .
director I cake and Coca i supervision -
of the U. S. O. The kind of God whom must Ing at 7:30 Incumbent
I on Temple and they EVELYN WARREN Cola in the sunroom of Mr. Johnson director of : p. m. for dinner and Mayor Chits A. Darby -
|wd Mrs. Thorn.Washington know a S C S C I S S S S S C where the the Camp wood-working depart a varied program of entertainment has announced that he will be
To brave their destiny. .
a candidate for
Women's Service Organ BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS guests gathered re-election.

a 1 and the Operating Comof And yet In very simple termsI Catherine Ann Futch to chat ''with The camp was enjoyed so much Mrs. H. A. Bishop and I... A. Davis/

the Club and other Clv- can breathe forth His love. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Ancll Z. Futch i Mrs. Uglow. |I by the boys that three of them HoltzendorfIs I Incumbent councilmen early announced -

den are sponsoring the af- Until they feel within themselvesThe announce the birth of a daughter On displaywith I Gerald, !Marcus George are stay- Hostess to that they would not seek

with Mrs. Lex Green, Chair- God who reigns above. Catherine Ann on July 18, a pretty array -i Ing.. another week. Ladies re-election. K. G. Duncan third,
of I Auxiliary
[ the Women's group. In at Apartment 150: Green Air of birthday member whose term expires this
And in deeds - -
some simple
e. very '"' -
Committee chairmen in the din- I New EquipmentA I rail, has not announced definitely
ap- That do little" Home Greenwood, Miss. Mrs. Mrs B. C. Holtzendorf wan
a good.
by Mrs. Green are Mrs. lug room was a prized "Purple I whether he will be a candidate
Futch Is the former Miss Margaret hostess to members of the Presbyterian _
I to them taste
try give just a
I'll I Burns, Heart" sent Mrs. large flat work Iron over or not. At the
reception; Mrs. Chandler of Quincy. Fla. by Ladles Auxiliary at her present time Mr. I
Knight Of God's own Fatherhood. Pfc. U.lOW.S// 100 Inches long the first of .
house decorations; grandson Julian its home on Madison street Tuesday Duncan Is in the Mayo! Clinic at
0 i 1.. Beaitley' table decora. Another guest of 'the club at Victor Herbert Appleby Jr. I trom Italy where he was kind in Starke wan added this evening. Rochester Minn., and lit not expected

; 111'1, 1.. }g. Jennings, favors; this time was T, Frank Landrum Mr. and Mrs.: V. H. Appleby while participating In establishing -' week to the modern equipmentat "Our Good Neighbor I'ollcy" back In the city for another -

Iradge! Middleton and Mrs local attorney who described the announce the birth of a son, Victor a beachhead. He Is now wait- I the Staike Dry Cleaning and wan choxpn at a proram, theme two weeks.

a Pearce, tickets modern freezer lockerplant that Herbert. Jr., born InVest Ing for transportation by hoHpltal Laundry company The new machine by Mrs. O. E. Stansbury who presented I The deadline for qualifying

he and H. E. Tucker plan to placeIn Palm Beach on July 21. :Mrs. ship back to the States. I Is capable of lronjnK 200 Mm. John Smith Jr., In candidates Is August 19 City

thodist Churche operation here this fall. Club Appleby will be remembered here Mrs. Uglow H proud that she nheets an hour. an Impromptu talk on customs of registration books will be open _
members expressed enthusiasmover as the former Miss Louise War also has two other grandsons In Juntux' Smith owner stated the Mexican Indian. Continuing until August 12 for the purposeof

topic for the morning serl" the project and will actively ren. the service one In France and yesterday that thin piece of equip Mrs. GonzallU. talked Interestingly qualifying new voters.

1 the Methodist Church cooperate In its establishment. Billy Crosby of QuIncy has returned one In the Admiralty Islands as ment will go far toward his goal on missionary work In Porto .

wy. July 30, will be, "The home after spending some well as two attractive grand of quicker and more efficient Rico and Mrs. Jeanette Young Complaint Day Soon
and the children. service to his customers on all conducted the Query Corner.
.G09pe1"- Special Officer with Jincle and
= will! be Health time here his ...... ... ,_ _.._ flat wrn'k. _U...._ 't'tIl..ftlt'toof'_ .. __ .R.A"'nrtl_ _____ l"nllntv_ t..v... ..,. .
furnished by the aunt. Mr. 'and Mrs., Lonnie Futch. ....... ".....I..,_ ..m.a6.. "'''n'.fA'" u .._ ..'._.. ..u..c. .6 _ _n_" ___y ,, .. ,.",
Under AdklM the direction of Mrs. On Annual Leave Mr. and Mrs. Owen Anders and from Bremen Germany.: 88 years freshments at the clone of the have an opportunity to register

children of Jacksonville were visiting ago to make her home with a Cemetery WorkingA evening.It complaints concerning valuations ,
ture! of the evening er- I! Dr. Irving R. Abrams. Health Director their son-in-law and daughter. sister who resided here. She was announced that the Auxiliary on real estate or personal prop- '
J"fhe of the Clay-Bradford cemetery working will beheld will discontinue Its erty when the Board of County
congregational 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Redgrave, married John Uglow an Englishman meetings _ _
.'g at familiar hymn. and Unit will return here August last week. a year later and has never at McKinney Cemetery on I' In August to resume them the Commissioners meets Monday
a5J? >ll tic! sermon by the from his annual leave of two returned to her native land. Wednesday, August 2. All interested first Tuesday evening In September August 7, an a board of equaliz
Hick and Mrs.
"The his vacation Miss Margaret :
weeks. Ha is spehding
Snare of are urged to at ers.
The F|>W- She talks blithely of the day persons
Everyone with his wife and son at Voncelle Beailey of Georgia were '
, is invited to at- when there were no paved streets "
Mr. and
th"'e last week visiting
their former home In Chicago. here
cervices in Starke no electricity no con Plan RevivalA Buys Moore HomeF
IU\h: leave this month was Mrs. Beasley.
SchOol begins at 10 An veniences . but hastens to New Rotary MembersTwo
With Miss Ina Forsyth was visiting
of the importance
b a class fOr all ages. postponed because WhItfield add that she liked it here then revival meeting will be heldat J. Shaw of Lawtey has pur.
Archie Sunday evening.
elowshlp meet. Sunday of Dr. Abrams completing Mr. just as she likes It now new members-Fred Guy. the Kingsley Lake Baptist chased the former home of Jerry
ig at 7 o'clock. followed by a Health Survey of war areas I manager of the Starke Coca Cola Church beginning July 31 and I Moore located about three quarters "

r and praise service at 8 H. C. Kelly was a business Bottling Co., and V. D. Morrow, continuing through August 9. of a mile east of Starke on
*t Choir rehearsal Is held here.With, the State Health Depart visitor in Starke Tuesday morn- Lawtey BaptistsThe pharmacist at Carpenter's DrugStore Brother Percy L. Knight of Green the Bennett road. The new owner

ativ after the servSce. ment's approval. Dr. Abrams appointed Ing.Mr. G. E. Cutshaw for --were welcomed Into the Cove Springs will deliver a series and bin family will move to
and Mrs. Charnle Tar- Rev. _ _
Vacation Bible School Dr. Herlong Adams temporary and the Rev. Safh Rotary Club at the Wednesday' of sermons. The public Is their new home next week.
I lIarterl l Health Officer for Bradford brough spent fast week-end In mer pa tor, 1 i
Monday has luncheon meeting. cordially invited.
a wondel'ful proven County and Dr. Edwin H. Jacksonville.Miss L. Watson singing evangelist of (
uccess with a Vera Mostey spent Mon Jacksonville, will begin a seriesof Canning Section
ii Ittendance being A good pro- Brown for Clay County. day night with Evelyn Warren. revival meetings art the Lawtey Public Meet CalledThe C. of C. To MeetThe
a Planned for the Baptist Church Sunday night. I The attention of our readers .
-ll'rcises: which will be Primitive Baptist July 30, to continue for a weekor School Board has called a Chamber of Commerce will Is called to the Canning Supplement _ _

An dfleaday August 2, at 8 Birth AnnouncementsSgt. more and the public Is cordially public meeting for 10 a. m. August meet Monday night, July 31, at that Is contained In this
Work will *, on display There will be a Fifth Sunday William Invited to attend. Come 7 for the purpose of explain 8 o'clock In the courthouse officeof Issue of the Telegraph. This sec.
.rents and Mrs. Nesky
and friends at Union Primitive Baptist the A. J. clerk of the circuit tion contain valuable
PrePent are urged Meeting the birth of a son, and brtag a friend and hear good ing proposed Increases in sup Thomas some very
to see and to hear Church. Dinner on the ground. announce port and maintenance budget for court: An election of officer Information and should be saved ,
thee 18. at singing and preaching every
Invited.E. .- William Nesky III. July _ _
children have accomp- The L.public Crawford.Is cordially pastor. the Blanding Hospital. night at eight p. m. the fiscal year 1944-43.: will be held at this time. for present and future use.


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH all parts of the country. UNCLE Now, with brother ,

About the only solution we can see la to construct sham Its nominee the Republican,Winkle .'

EHtabllHhed 1877 villages to be used for the necessary low-flying and then to might have got set par
E. L. Matthew ____________ Editor and Owner be JOll.SJ but ? * **
to Wendell '
; summarily dismiss from the service any pilot reported Just wfluJdl1
SUKKCKIPTION' tATE flying lower than a safe distance above an Inhabltated area and scrape and say *""

Yearly, $1.15; Six Months $I.OO A WOf Honor" when speaking ,,0V''
so now he's Joined
Bradford Can Produce THE Southeastern states are u the blyd.D9
Entered Booted\' ClaN Matterat O and It's ao telling 1
r and an r
PublishedVerkly on Friday increased IIABKELi. where
planning for an J. t. roost. I hr! I
the Pout Office at Slarke. Florida. Just As Good Taters share of the postwar Income. I doughnuts thatV j its he dollar. \

As Any Other Section Farmers, food processors and light It won't be In Tom ever dol
Dal Ole Debbll F.D.R., ALTOGETHER, BOYS-a big agricultural economists of The thanks that President gratitude to President Roosevelt? chicken coop-at least Dee,.)

Bronx cheer for the New nine states-Alabama. Florida, Georgia. Kentucky, Mississippi, Roosevelt la getting: from some I claim that the voter who bert Hoover ta trYing to while I j

i a ;; i lie Put Us On Our FeetDeal; and make It loud and North Carolina South Carolina, Tennessee and Vlr&lnla-be- sources for the great things he doesn't cast one or more votes fora of-the-walk. be c

Now Let's Kick 'im Around strong! What If IL doesn.t lieve that greater production diversification of products and has done for this country In the certain gentleman for this a fourth free Yes I'm afraid It Mr. Dew.

I does "Malrzy Doat,", but they're both very popular tunes postwar prosperity of our region. present I received, long long ago country of ours, !is not worthy to still be the power behind \I'
American, a Demo
be called an throne and
this season. Already under way is the development of new processing for saving a naval stores comp- other decent name, we poor old Dam
crat or crate
chief any be
What !If we WERE glad to get those WPA handouts backIn plants In Dawson Ga., a small plant for the manufacture of any from the rocks and Its but should be branded forever a without poorer behind a
at Milledgevllle. a home.Carpenter's.
1932 T-that'.* all over and gone now. It simply wouldn'tdo peanut butter, established in 1943. is now the second largest owner from which a long Is stay the Georgia Hoovercrat and If there's anything

to upset a time-honored tradition of the human race by producer of this commodity A hominy "grits" manufacturing Cracker's, for nut house. more degrading you'll have

showing a bit of gratitude at this atage of the game! plant Is also planned In Georgia.The name ofRoughrld..r to name It yourself, for I'm a GET THE

{ What we're Interested In now !Is the preservation of our sweet potato is beginning to pay bigger dividends. A During the Teddy's early administration stages southern gentleman and Just a.l

sacred right! We don't want any rules, regulation or restrictions -I plant for the manufacture of starch from sweet potatoes was naval stores dropped below won't cuss in the presence of la- SPEED' S'/R(

We've got a perfect right to starve to death In established several years) ago at Laurel, Miss., and two experimental par and caught this free and easy dies, old folks and children.I've RF1EFfoRACIDINPICESTON
often heard it said that"home"
our own Individual way, haven't we? After all, Herbert Hoover plants for the dehydration of sweet potatoes for cattle spender with a depleted bank account and "mother" are the

recognized that right-why doesn't Roosevelt? feed are now under construction.The and his cross mark affixedto
two sweetest words :in the English
i' Sure, Bradford County is enjoying a lot of Improvement Everglades section of Florida la also getting ready numerous IOU documents that language. Well taking that for i

of today that even our great grandchildren wouldn't have known for Industrial. expansion. A $7,000.000 starch house. will open were so far past due the mere granted, what kind of home If
j. If It hadn't been for the New Deal-new school buildings, new this fall at ClewIs ton and will provide hundreds of Jobs in ad- thoughts of them were about to any, would you have had if Herbert I 1 1

city hall new courthouse addition, new armory building, new dition to supplying starch needed in a number of war Industries drive him hairless. It was reported Hoover had been elected 1
that his good wife had
fire station, new and Improved roads and other things too from crops grown in the 'glades. Sweet potatoes a* big lease on a padded again and again and cursed this
taken! an option
I' look at the TAXES we're paying! watermelons.-but chemists free country with his personal
numerous to mention-but as not edible-have been developed by cell In a choice corner of the
i We Just naturally don't like taxes. What If we HAVE got and will be turned Into starch.In nut house. brand of prosperity that was always -

something to pay the faxes with and ten times more left over the face of all this activity what la Bradford County The Naval Stores :actors chief stayed Just there around until the F.D.R.corner came and Drug Slo

than we had before? We Just naturally don't like the word doing to capture Its share of post war Industry? Exactly creditors with the half-hearted

s taxes and we Just naturally don't like to pay 'em. Somebody nothing-with the possible exception of a little idle talk every I consent of the spendthrift owner,

ought to work out a plan to do all these things and fight the now and then. We can grow potatoes as large as the Ever- employed yours truly to take FOR SAFETY, COMFORT AND ECONOMY RIDE

\ .,;,( \ ; f war, too. without anybody having to pay taxes. That;. young glades and peanuts as fine as Dawson, Ga., but unless we let I. over for a small consideration be-

i Tom Dewey looks like a right smart chap maybe he could the world know about it, we'll be overlooked in the post war sides sow belly corn pone and FLORIDA MOTOR LINE BUSSESFOR
I there to I. work clothes and work
Hoover right cheap
'I'' ; figure It out. Especially with Herbert rush.
out of debt, then
t ( help him along. We need some sort of active organization, to study our the properties COURTEOUS CORRECT INFORMATION
c big Bronx cheer for the New of is beat suited to our dispose of them to some sucker PLEASE PHONE 147
So altogether, boys-a great possibilities, decide what type Industry I I with more money than brains.
Deal I Awful cute tune, isn't It? And when we get through particular section and then get behind the thing and PUSH.

let's sing that other Intellectual gem, "Malrzy DoaU and doesy We've become so used to Camp Blanding as a mint-like During the ensuingtwo yearsI
worked like a turk day
f,H' doata and little lambsl dlvy." horn of plenty, pouring out a steady stream of greenbacksfor half the night until that looked- UNION BUS STATIONLACY

the--plHt-four years that it is hard for us to Imagine the I for sucker got caught on the CONWAY, Agent

ALL, THIS TALK about per time when this silvery source of revenue will run dry, or at hook that I had baited and set.
k Democratic Platform
manent post-war peace begins least be greatly curtailed. The time Is Inevitably,cqrrjbg, how-I' The results were so much better Temple Ave. Starke Florida

"ia ''T v' Recognizes Fad That U.S. to take on meaning now that ever, and unless we've all made enough money to I than Mr. Spendthrift had expected .

? the Democratic Party has after the war, we'd better be giving some serious thought to that he graciously made mea

}, Wants Peace With Teeth on record aa favorIng the matter RIGHT NOW! present of a rainbow-colored,
streaked and striped pair of 35c
d the use of force, If necessary, to keep In line the outlaw suspenders although he knew Prompt Service Careful Drivers
. WITH LITTLE more than. two weeks before
J b t nations.It remaining
4 good and well that I wore a belt.
did not take any particular courage for the Democrats the deadline for qualifying in the city election, only two Now Isn't that just about the

a to Include the one all-Important word "force". They deserve candidates have announced for the City Council. With the way some of us are showing ourWar Starke Taxi ServicePhone

6 t.1 credit only for recognizing/ the fact that the American people careful administration of the City of Starke more importantnow

It,' t r x are ready for action-not words-on the permanent peace Issue than ever before It lit desirable that voters have a num- dour

The Republican Party failed to note that the public is ber of well qualified men from which to choose. BonaIft'eshnenl 150

- ,4 .'- 7 far, far ahead of the politicians In this matter and thereby In

the G. O. P. once more missed the boat. 11\1: cinrrrr (0"liT. IIR..I>KOHI> Heal at aturke' Florida, this June Your
('0' NTl. KL01IIU IX: CHINCH Both 1944.OFFICIAL.
v ; Samuel Grufton explains this difference In foreign policy Iev.ilPglnal. ( SEAL) A..1. Thomas Day Night
ti by saying that . the Democratic party In rather a more Lovelund. Plaintiff vs. As Clerk of said Court. In America e .
Walter C. HardnHty Daytona Beach
Jimmie Pauline Defendant
complete croon-section of American life than the Republican; Case No. 3229.Lowland Fla. Atty. for Pit. 7-7 4t 7-2S I .. H' _'_' _. _.

!it has Its own high, crusty conservative level at the top like ORDER PUBLICATION
Y, 6 ( the G. O. P., but It goes down further, at the bottom, Into the STATE! OF FIAJKIOA to: Jimmie I .
labor movement and the farms. Yet this complete Pauline Loveland whose residence
poorer . .
In 436 Parker :.It, Gainesville. Georgia
''' cross-section presents! a greater unity toward the outsider :
You are required to appear on
{ C world than does the somewhat narrower Republican party" August 14th 1944 In the abovenamed

Mr. Grafton Interprets this to mean that If you take a plaintiff, Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wherein e.. .

'' complete sampling of American opinion, from top to bottom, County Telegraph h weekly I this I ".."
Order In next four Issues.
t' like an earth-core from an oil well there Is gratifying show Witness my hand and offlHu.

J ; of harmony on world. collaboration. "It Is a satisfying thing seal 11th. at 1944.OFFICIAL Ktarke. Florida, thin Jut

to know," this columnist thinks, "that the more complex a REAL) A.1. Thomal
An Clerk. of said Court. THIS
19 II mixture of interests and people you have, the more, not the T. Frank I.uniirum titarke.. Florida
Ally for Pit. 7>|
less unity Is shown on matters of foreign policy. r

l Yes, the Republican Party bound In by the tight corsetingof iv niinir ('01 I T. IIIIAOFOIIIcor -
Its own Isolationist sentiments has lost sight of the fact vn.. "'..OILlD.\. iv CIIA.VVKIIV. IS WHAT THENOTICE.IN

,t (r that the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker have been Paul Eden: Hhnd..ii Plaintiff vn

doing a lot of thinking these last few years. They've seen Ca.Vera e No.KoL'helle I22H.OHDKK Rhodes, Defendant,

4 things happen, they've read books they've ]listened to the OF PUBLICATION /j THEOBITUARY
} radio. They know that Isolation either In theory or.practice STATE OF FL.OIUDA to: Vera "'J

Is as extinct as the Dodo bird and that we can never again Itorhelle Rhodes, whose, residence. / /r. I j.I
In 0-" Joel K Rhodes P. O. Box ".
tit rah, ,' exist In an Isolated world all our own. "If we try to do this," 6G4 Pretoria TVL South Africa ./ ...

: they ask, "how will be able to 'Isolate' ourselves from Germany' August You are 14th.required 1944 In to the appear above on {'f.> .. COLUMNtDID
named Court and cause. wherein ,
.ti vastly improved long range robot bombs In the next plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford .. ,# .. i>
+ war they're already talking about?" County Telegraph'" shall publish: thin. I't t/ .., ; /.1 .
Order In next four weekly tanueH.W'llnes
+ ;y t '+ We believe that the rank and file of American people, as my hand and seal a.t .. ,,/ ,,' ,. i ,.. ., )' NOT SAY--
; f' Cdr, sensed by Mr Orafton: are ready for world collaboration. They Stark. Florida, MEAL" this) 'July A. J.llth Thomas' 1944OFFICIAL : / .,- J' "
;le h ', have seen Isolationism tried and found wanting. They don't A* Clerk of paid Court. ., 1'.1 ,., .., -./ .
T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida, ; .,
', know whether a World Court or gun-packing League of Nations Atty. for Plf. 7-l4-4t-8h eta'g0'Y 0's,7 ;-
a .
will :work or not, but they're ready and willing to giveIt '/ .. .. ... s'A
It a try! COUNTY. PLOH.IUAI IN CR"HY. "' I. ,
('''; : .f.l
.. (j./ :1'ril' Persons Die
Catherine Maro mat y Couooulim, / 45,000
Plaintiff, VH. James CoucouluH, Defendant. ", '
There Must Be Some IT HAPPENED the other "
Cane No. 3210.
day In Jacksonville the ORD t OF PITHLICATIONf\ 1.1./i.l //',!rJ From
Way TO Stop Unnecessary AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Annually
thing we've expected to hap- STATE OF FLORIDA to: James ;
' r) ' t ('oucoul..... 3523-! 4th Street, Apt. / !
+ 'Ruzzing' By Plane Pilots starke time and time 2-c Jackson ,
i 4 p' ( again heights Queen County d Heart.
In recent years. Two Long Inland New York. ,
7 ' You are required to appear on ,
f Army airplanes ripped through a residential section, destroy August 7th. 1944. In the above nam.d '1 .
v t ing or damaging an entire block of houses killing two pilots Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ,
seeks divorce. '
Bradford County
-I and one civilian. Fate decreed that only one civilian should Felewraph shall publish this Order 1//////,

t lose his life, but a dozen ,or more might possibly have been In Wltneae next four my weekly hand ana lanueii.official eal

+ killed ,or crippled for life, so widespread was the havoc. at 144.! Starke ,Florida. this June 30th. Only the doctor and John Doe knew that the syphilis germs harbored in his body had made

r F Although no official blame for the accident haa been placed An(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas their determined way to his heart. In their treacherous manner, had undermined its debCmechanismto

as yet, everyone knows that the parents of one of the pilots Walter C. Hanlonty, Daytona Beach place John Doe among the 45,000 PERSONS WHO DIE ANNUALLY FROM
t' lived in house where Fla. Atty. for Pit 7-7 4t 7-28
a near the accident occurred and this SYPHILITIC HEART DISEASE.This .
*" boy and his friend were "buzzing" a salute-that is, flying IV .R""IT COURT BRADFORD

vtr' et' low over the roof tops In order to attract attention of people 1'Dl'44TY. FLOHIUtl IV: CHAN!! is a common untold behind
Vii' ('.;"Y. story the deat h columns. That EVERY year more than 100
on the ground. Luther C* Ogle Plaintiff v... Anna 000 die from "
their "
persons syphilis f deaths "
,s9 recorded
r Starke had a taste of "buzzing" when the Keystone Air F. U1ile, Defendant. Cane No. 3214. as "heart, "rheumatism, "kidneys,
L j. OKDRR OF PUBLICATION "high blood pressure"-
a, Field was in use and we learned to grit our teeth and bear it. AN NOTICB TO APPEAR

+ We were told' by high-ranking officers that It was Ogle STATE. w'b.OF.... FLORIDA to: Anna F.
necessary address !I. LaFltte, Only blood test be relied
a can to and
to the pilots' training to have them fly low over residential areas Lou Ialaas. upon expose syphilis germs-biding their time to wreck

If this were the case we made up our minds to suffer silently, August: 'are 6th. required 1944, In the to above: aam-on 'destroy-masquerading as another disease.
Court and cause. wherein plain.
,jE expecting momentarily, however, to have a plane come hurtling tiff eeeki divorce. Bradford County "

4 ( '1 through the roof top, destroying our home and perhaps killing Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish issues this Order Well or "ailing, insist upon a blood test at once. It's the only way to KNOW FOR SURE.

everyone l in It. yvitneie my
Qt ;:' Tf1 .V..8tark", FloridasthieffJuly
We are beginning to suspect, however that'some of this ptn, 1944,

; ' buzzing was not strictly according to Hoyle and resulted from A. Clerk of said Court.A. J. Thomas, Consult your family physician or go to a free clinic

h N + r the desire of a playful pilot to scare the daylights out of us Knight A Knight Starke. Florida I '
j poor landlubbers, rather than his desire to become proficient Atty. for Pit 7.7 4t 7.2!, Sponsored
; 4} in the art of flying low over enemy territory. And anyway By

: i. If such training Is necessary, then the Government should go Iv t'Or44TY('IR.IT, FLORIDA('OII\T.I BRADFORD 1'4 CRU.1IoIarion .. YOUR WARTIME HEALTH COMMITTEE FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH

to work and build sham houses for the men to buzz around l uuY.

t;' )}' rather than turn. them loose to practice on Innocent civilians. known a MandelL. Miriam OroMman.At one Plain time LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT UNITED STATES PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

{ But we don't know how the Army Is to deal with pilots Case tiff v.No.}tarvey 3211.OROEH Weln.r, D.f.ndant.

I, who buzz for the sheer love of buzzing. Perhaps every attempt OF PURLIC'ATIOS -
Is made to weed out the men with AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .
daredevil temperaments STATE OF FLORIDA to: Harvey This Advertisement Paid For By
''+ but still a certain amount of Weiner whose residence IB %
Ike a4 risk-taking Is doubtless
Weiner (Father) 103 1 Forbes THE BOARD OF COUNTY
desirable in pilots who must fly the dangerous missions.At Avenue, New haven Connecticut COMMISSIONERS, BRADFORD COUNTY

least one pilot has been killed In the vicinity of Starke Au You.u.t are 7. 1944.required In the to above appear named on M. O. HARRELL L. L. CONNER J. L. WYNN T. C. CHASTAIN P. D. REDDISHW.

while buzalng: the home of a girl he'd met at a dance a few Court seeks .annulment and( cause,of wherein marriare.Brad.' plaintiff M. Edward. Chm.
+t evenings before. In western ford County Dr. I. R. Abrams
dy a state a man was decapitated this Order 'T.I..ral.h' shall publish Health Committee
4. by the wing of a plane being flown as low as six feet to a weekly isewes. ,Health OfficerP.GE
Witness my band and official

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Service Parade t the Ground Troops that gained BOMBING: OPERATION I Eury Mott Fireman 1-c Is 22

1- :: the beach-head is one of which According to news dispatched years old and has been in the Theresa Clay Hill

frlendw met are nsked to hrlnK newly ilemw fad. you may well be proud. A soldier from overseas Sgt. Charles M. Navy since August 1942. He I IN I
peSI 1'.Orll.h for eahlleetl.n. terYM. mra uJ "om. never knows the :Miss .
to 'Iris .... 'rrlearneh telling ofheir arlhlllea.rn . importanceof Priest, son of Mm. Myrtle Priestof now on active ca duty In the By Ida JI/tltan fly r\t. Lure liurgesaMNYuetl
..:"'a 1"d" orlte i' each task that he performsnor Starke. has South . . . : << ...1.1It...
__ an Important part Pacific and was recently
"I.IIIBIOrl'l;| FOKCKS: Pacific. Judy, son of Mr. and does he realize how the efforts In one of the war's most colorful I. wounded in action. Sam and Wllll\ Swindell visited . . . a . a .
ly Thomas Sea. 1-c, Mrs. Russell McRae, la serving the battle one ,individual or the world.may You affect experiences. Sgt. Priest tail Pfc. Pasco Mutt 20, Is serving their mother Mrs. S. H. The days go swiftly when a

ttJTuthe' t amphibious force with an Infantry company and may be sure that gunner In a B-17 Flying Fortress with an Air Corps ground crew Swindell, \ this week-end. soldier In busy and happy. I am

Arltaerough and rugged outfit has a San Francisco APO num- performance contributes your every to final day Is safely bock In England from at Moody Field, Ga. lie has been A. L. Sullivan\ was visiting In riding about In a staff car

really do like It." Armondand ber. Victory and Peace: therefore It the Eighth AAF's biggest bomb- In service 18 months.S. Staike, Saturday: morning. through Alabama, the home state
of the ing operation of the the
standbys HOME ON FURLOUGH behooves every soldier to at all war M. Mott Jr., Sea. 2-c. la 18 D. J. Phillips\ Jr.. of Perry of the lovely Mrs. Pete Brlnso"'
was -"Cnadoes in his high three-way shuttle attack from I shall love this atate because
BH.S, Sgt. Robert Batten, son of Mr. times contribute his best-no less England: to Russia to Italy, and years old and has been In service visited his. father and family re- think
so to much of her.
>thOol football days theetrena and Mrs. R. 1. Batten of Tl.:r. -as that 'something extra' may back to England. since March.\ He hall a New cently.
prepared for even essa, recentlyenjoyed cause the final break of our enemies Mrs. Florence Moore was transacting The cafeteria at Clay HI..
the York fleet address.
e In additionto
dished out by SKI. Priest could doubtless tell School Is almost
training a three and the establishment of amore buxInesN. In Starke, Wednesday. completed.
Amphibious os Forces. f weeks furloughat Just world." some very thrilling experienceson their four sons the Motta havea School will start In August andI

ArllloO(1( noW In a formed the home of the 7,000-mile battle flight, son-in-law, Morgan Tllgbmanb shall be sorry not to be thereto
will receive fourtree' more AT ENID FIELD which saw Flying Fortresses Mrs. R. C. Dampler and son.
ring the bell
and his patents after in the Navy and also. six
training before going to Aviation Student Earl H. Johnson strike at Nazi targets In Germany Blllle, of Starke spent theeek-
weeks and he hopes to being overseas whose wife is the former Poland, Romania and various branches of the armed end here with her sister M1's. I Daisy Lang writes that she has
unknown for the past two been canning peaches and peas.
J. D. Grlffls.
parts before leaving thestates. Miss Martha Brownlee of Starke, France. forces.
leave Robert She reports that Mrs. ArthurVllkln..on
get a present address Is; c' years. Is now stationed at the Enid Army the service J. J. Zelgler la now In Jacksonville '
His stated that 'It Before entering Sgt. RECEIVES PROMOTIONThe : \ and Mrs. Jack Wilkinson

Arlllond Thomas, Sea. 1-c,Bradford LST- I'iIf\.Ao:\""""'u,,"'sr, ;:;,. '", surely seemed __ Air Field ] Priest was an Index clerk at the promotion of George S. and visiting family.hU linnV T.Zeigler ale Wl'1 1 but that Aunt LTIo' :

4577: USCG Camp a*".it,' } 'f. good to get back Enid, Okla. He Florida State Prison. His wife. has been 111.
f! Chambers from
the of
Norfolk Va. I Smith Priest is Mrs Lydia Hall and Grace
took his Lorraine makingher
to the U S. A. early Corporal to Sergeant A letter from Betty Carter. who .
STATUS-: c'"i and that It really Air Corpa train home In Tallahassee for the was announced -_.... .. ... ---.-- Dlckerson returned home Saturday Is still working at Blanding )'
IS :- --r after spending a week with
BACK ing at OklahomaA duration.
of Mr. makes a fellow (
Gllsson. son recently( Betnlco. Carter writes that her
Edgar relatives In
Pvt, & M, Still- < Hampton. ,
MrsCal GUsson, recently returned appreciate home when he sees I FOfK SONS IN SER\'ICKMr. "somewhere Ini bl,'other Leon la not working now
and water Okla., and, Mi and Mrs. L. Williamson,
how much better off we than I
serving are
the states after England by the because of a foot Infection.
to and Mrs Sam Mott of '
In is now waitingto R M. Hersey and Clyde Hot spy
people other of the
for the past 15 parts of.*
In Italy Starke the of commanding Betty Austin Is visiting Bernice
overseas! world.W. enter p r e- are proud patents were visiting In Plant City this !
months. He spent a furlough at flight school. tour eons now In active servicefor fleer of the I weekend.Mr Carter ai\J they are wing and H

home before reporting to Camp H. BROWN COMMENDED Before enteringthe Uncle Sam. Eighth Army Alrj! and Mrs. Rupert Zelgler having a good time.

,Butner, N. C.IV T-3 Willie H. Brown, son of Air Corps, Pfc. Ralph R. Mott, 26, has Force Command.Service lie is'' and dauKhtcr Judith, of Gol'nt.-' Margaret Mosely la visiting In
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown of I been with medical detachment Washington. p'
PACIFIC Johnson was em serving a vllle wets week-end guests. of
: SOITH ---- the son of Mr.
Pvt. Julian E. (Judy) McRae Sampson City, was commended by employed as an x- In the Panama Canal and Mrs J, ', Mr and Mrs. J. D. Grlffls. Another nice letter from. Virginia

I ie another Bradford lad whose Service of Supply Operational ray technician at Camp Bland- Zone for the past three years. Chambers of ] ,\. Sylvia ami Glenn Mllllkln left Williamson. She wants my i
Headquarters. The commendationstated address is A-S EarlH. He has returned to the States, In the school
BHS football tanning should Ing. His : State P 1'1 E.1) Monday tot their home In Ocala picture put roo:
come In handy In any of those : "The services renderedby Johnson-34911091. Sec. 1.2318th however, and spent a furlough Farm, and after a week's visit with their and says her four-year-old)( ton i

hand-to-hand encounters he might you in the launching of the AAF Base Unit, Enid Army it home in June before proceedng ..n.....1"0' the .... .,. grandparents, Mr. and Mis. A. titer has a victory garden.
with the Japs In the South second :front by servicing the Air Field, Enid, Okla. to his new station In VII'The ''' '''e L. Sullivan Sadie. Carter hall a permane.
have I vice wan a sen- 4 \ "
trtM ior 'nlwjtwaft aircran MMAAll raevntmmu Ami .a'.i Y'\d1.&JHJV. i.h i-- Mr. and Mrs LouLa Alfred were and Is working hard. She warn }
me to visit her when I get a fur. +i
bry Field, Tallahassee.. Sergeant visiting friends. at Louise Sunday

Chambers has been serving overseas afternoon lough.

since August 1943 and has Mr. and Mrs P. F:. Sullivan I Emory nrlnsoo of Baldwinwrites '

,1 enjoyed his furloughs over there and little son, Percy Jr., spent that they all miss me, t '

visiting Scotland, Ireland, Walea 'last week-end with Percy's' par. which makes me feel very hap.f f }

and London. ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan. py.

> a ADDRESSES OK INTEREST Mrs. A, H. Kvlxey. returned . . . . . . .
title\ home from Miami Friday afternoon
proudest The Telegraph has in Its file
the following addresses of men after spending a week with Sampson City b
her son, Joe, who la. In the Naval
serving at camps In the U. S.
Reserve. Hy Louise VttrneaMr.
These addresses! should be of Interest I' . . . . .
to friends. who wish to aaaa .. .. .. .. ..
write them: - and Mrs M. Harris and'

t in the Army Pfc. Jas. C. Woolen, 58th Mess Graham -I children of Italdwln, and Jon Hunt 7

Sqdn., Gulfport Field, Miss of Orlando spent Sunday visit' {
lIy !\lrll. T. I.. Cay. inK Mr. and Mrs. Millar Vaine
e .' Ressle R. Thomas, SF. 2-c, . . . . . and family here.
Bks. 88, U.S.N.T.C., Gulfport,
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert flown unit f
IT CONSISTS of two simple words. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frazier i
t& of Sunday
Sons, Lawtey, spent
"r g Cpl. Charles P. Edwards, Btry. and sons Charlie and Bobby left
': Y Yet every soldier who's worth his salt covets it. B, 754lh: F.A. Bn., Ft. Leonard Friday morning to upend his two with Mr. and Mrs.. J. C. Snpp and',
Wood Mr weeks vucatlon In New Smyrna. ions, "
This title is simply: Miss Juanita Harper of 01'ange1'
Cpl. Leon Rosenberg, A. W. Mr. and Mrs. Llge Stricklandof
several. here Irtrtt-
i 1st T.C. G., Esler Field, Nichols, formerly of Graham, City spent days
} Soldier. Sqd.,
____L ; "Good week vlMltlng her aunt and, uncle,,,
I ) ; Alexandria, La. were back the last of last weekto j
It isn't just happenstance that so many women Pvt. George C. Powell, Co. 1) atend the funeral of Mr. Mr. and Mra. CuitU Varnes. .

f / in the WAC have earned this title-the proudest 7th Grp. 3rd, Hegt.. Camp Reynolds Stiloklaml't. mother. I villa Mr Gn here, Thomas Sun4Y.HOI'ace of. JackdOn-l I
Pa. Miss. Sclmii. Rivers returned\
in the Army.
Vnrnes. of JacksonviUt".,
Cpl. L. II. Harper, Sq .
r For wherever Wacs are working, both here and Staging Area Sta. 3, Dow Field, the week with Minx Lorene Colton was here last Wednesday' visiting.; '
his. Mr. and Mm. MlllardVaineH ,
find job well done. And done Me. of Waldo. '
k ,a overseas, there you a Bangor, and family.

with a spirit so gallant and fine that high Army Sgt. Rohet Jackson, 839 N. E. Friends of Mrs. Annie "1.Val'd Mr. and Mrs A L. Ooodge,
t learn of her serious -
to i
L will
\ of the WAC. . Ixt Ave., )Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. regret Starke and Arland Harper ofiiiiiuum.imiifnuiiiii
officers everywhere say illness. She IH at her home
o Pvt. Vincent L. Alvarez, Co. Orange City, had dinner at Samp4'

r : "They're soldiers. Good soldiers D, 9th Bn, ASF, TC, Ft. Bel- near Grahnm. lion Lake with Mr. and Mrs' Bout t

: ,. h' voir, Va. I The Rev. W. C Button and Wynn. i iMr.

"ftt.k4; .s Sgt. Wm. N. Long Hq. Btry., several of the young people of and Mrs. Spedy Sol omori NI

; : '\? J't 389th FA. Bn., APO 443, Camp Graham reorganized the Wedneaday of jHcknonvllIn were the guest' l

",, )- Lulu Obispo, Calif. night prayer service last of Mr. and Mrs.. Hogan Smith
week and, services will be held
Pvt. 0 L. Flitch, AES No. 44, for the week-end. t
/ this week at the Christian -
,, ( MCAS, Cherry. Point, N. C. beginning church. Everyone: la. Invited. Du)(EKar Jones wan in Jackson
;' , Cpl. Gene Goodite, 1003th Gd. vllle on buolneHB last: Wednesdny "
1ft- Mr. and Mrs Roy Reynolds and, Mr. ant Mrs. Jim McCulIougl
Alexandria -
ler Field
\ ,
\ ;,.. >_,_ La. family have several of their relatives and, family visited Mm. McCul 1 1lough' '
\ -
>'A : as guests. this week parents at Luke Bulle !
"Good ;t Pvt. William T. Jackson Co. '
. \ !; ( ... A, 202 Bn.. 63rd Regt., Camp The regular fifth Sunday meetIng lust Sunday. !
1 Blandlng, Fla.TKAIN, of the Christian Church will Mis. Mud Green went to Stark$. y

., .. 4 Graham Church chopping Monday. '
be held with the
( Mr. and Mrll. Kelly
\' VI' .- SCHKDULi: next Sunday, July 30th. Ser- Pine Level visited Mr. and Mm.
T. J. Griffin, local agent for vices will bo held morning end Lem Brown Sunday, 1I i

: Soldier"Y t4 t- the Seaboard Air Line, announces evening and dinner will be servedon I

\ ........ that effective July 9 the following the grounds at noon. Everyone I Full line of ;;fflr. .. "Supplies| | ttfTh
train schedule went Into effect: in cordially Ivtted. I Bradford County TeliKrapUof/

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'J Southbound , ,;;;; , .I."I'III..iil'"I"IIIOIII'"I'111I1I1I1d",1111I,. "i, ,/ ,' -'' -''-' '' -i
. l' I ""'"""" ""'" /" "" "",'. "",""'''"' '' ;; t i"m;;i in l wiun MUIIII' ""I I '
' \ No. 1 due Starke 11:40: p. m.
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i t; No. 191 due Starke 11:12: p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST

4. 1 No. 107 due Starke 9:38: a. m.
r Northbound\ I Aubrey Mercer, Minister

: No. 2 dun Starke 4:43: a. m. SUNDAY: 10:00: A, M.-Hible] Study

No. 192 due Starke 3:20: a. P. M. Preaching and
11:00: A. M. and 7:30:
No. 108 due Starke 6:08: p. 4 Communion.

Sturke and Bell Branch,, w-
Good soldiers. No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. -. i WEDNESDAY: 7:30: P. M.-Prayer Meeting. \

.. .; d b and No. 102 arrives from Bell : Every Visitor A Welcome Guest ,
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v 'tM J.rx7eptr ewmpi, ,1 'n STARKE
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: STARKE IJ/tr CLEAXEHS and LAUNDRY I .. !&... ltrare tins .

: tw4a CaI #C wear and nrrProt

x t' Thin hour.ife, jnvt a* many outer eaJizfatftM'd: Kawgb m alt n-}. r.g

t women, ha. foood that "amateur h/Mne Uunsdrr . Th..,,'. perlectty g.od.1J

'Injf rannot., compete with "profewktaaJ" launder- _. tl.'eno. pr. *" M re=rrrte4

If"u' In;. M> can do your'laundry cheaper bftaawe .. foa kXMnr . Sor bare .."..,...
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are organized ftoleljr I I for that
purpose . our e 4- !erwsa >:Saiiop. S")rg'nla: Este. fW"1
ume In MM Large and I
+ our efficiency *o developed r/a: !>**b;. Henry Go'-ir aa'
'wh: that we do four laundry at fair }
: + a profit and yet CaraiTte Gren7 were deep .ta
j 'h' do it cheaper than you eootd. Give CM a trial Ibis n.! a' at K.8v J

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who wu kind

n. FAMILY BUNDLE enooxk to bvulr about yoan

truly! . ClUnpMd dapper WAVE!:

Flat Work Ruby SOcoz. Bra. 1-*. rttinf
i Wearing Apparel Itt on a 42-hour paa from Yo'ut. be
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7c ''aKtoa. D. C. . Add thing- way carefree the Caribbean

18c envy; Christine JohnoHMJJ .'. hand-

:. new Bpeed Graphic, Buwectl
com spells of dttty at our southern
plete with Huh attachment . outposts, the American soldier knows
That nrellecant pencil sketch of bow to relax 7L "GL." J
a thirsty 1 i
says Yank
91 Crate it's like '
Green on dlapiay at HOOT- a friendly umta- i /

tat tudlo .. . boa to fan or a. chin-fest..the '
w Starke I same as when fOCI serve Coca-Cola "
Dry Cleaners in your a .
Mw4t.d a.* J tt.4: Robt. Green home. From tb Caribbean to the Arctic, Coca-Cola
reeling ctutomer at the New stands for /A* }*** IhttlrrJrnhG.has

4: and Laundry Method Cleaners . Khaillad.plltJuj become the high-sign of friendJlnets
Image of Ronald Reran, many places overseas "Coke"Coca-CctJ

PHONE 28 Grill eating fried. Th chicken. neat bundle at Joe'of!, sorrtio VNOII AUTHOUTT or ?.< COCA-CCIA coa,AMT. Its natural for popular name*'
to frfcndhf
I acquire
SL I ware paper waiting for collect-1! STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING I docM. That's why you heir
on In front CO.
of the John r I Coc Cola caned "( >kc".
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of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Marie Leach has acceptedthe I Mr. and Mrs. L. D Vining Mr and Mrs. R. O. =
fBErs I Nunneryhad Dr. H. Cartpi
| Hnrdln. District ,
position as
saleslady at Canova's spent the past week with friends as guests lat Thursday' .-v- Mr and Mrs. E S. Matthev
Drug Store. In Panama City. enlng their uncle and aunt. Mr Superintendent of the Gainesville and Miss Lucille Mitchell were

..- Merneieau, who has Mrs. Warren Perkins has returned Thomson Capt. and Mr William A. Miss Virginia Rates of West and Mrs.. B. F. Moore of Plant 'I I District! preached here Sunday lacksonvllle: Tuesday.

II Iss M.") I relative-I In St. from the Riverside Hospital Carlsbad! have New recently Mexico moved, where to guest of Mr. and. Mrs. O. W. City who were enronte to I heir night at the Methodist church\ Tic. James O. Sewell, who

n I'lslImg.. Miami for theJ"KK In Jacksonville and Is now Capt. Thomson will receive fur- White home after spending; two weeks I and while here was the' guest of stationed at Camp Tubury Ins
,gust" returned to her convalescing at her home here ther training. He MVs. Charles Allen and chil- in Hendernonvllle, Aslivllle andCharlotte n.and Mrs W. J. Church well : I Is spending H furlough here wit
,I tW" ttolulayur Mrs. W. L. Wall has returnedto In Texas. was stationed dren will leave Monday for West N C and with relatives -" at the parsonage. hN father.V., n. Sewell.

me,hen Paull" RubY and Mrs 0\1- her home here from the St. Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg leftSunday Palm Beach to visit relatives. In Georgia I t" __ _ _ ,, ,_
( In Mrs. T. A. Hunt la visiting relatives Mrs Jack William "
Tuesday Vincent's and I
pent Hospital In Jackson- : for Daytona Beach where Mr..j
J 1 In Alabama.Mr. .
Clarence NUK baum
son, Hilly
hoppng.( they will\ ) a week. -
ksonvll1e ville.The spend and Mrs. H. A. Bishop had are spending this week '
: with
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Guywere Cpl. and :Mrs. Walter James I II NEW SHIPMENT TOYSCome
as guests this week their the mother
son Mrs.\ Williams
: and! >
CHIKCH OF GOD here Wednesday visiting Mr.Guy's Williams spent Sunday at Silver '.I
pre Harold (Buddy) A. Mrs. .
THE Blthop. I Nussbunm Mr* B, Jacobs.
1I.\lU'n: Pastor brother and sister-in-law, Springs.Mr. I Jr., of Camp; Crowder. Mo., Mrs." | In and See Them
J. Co Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy. Mr.\ Guy and Mis.. W. W. Carter of Nina Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and Mis i'
Ltpford of
In enroute his Lakeland were recent of' E. U Matthews and daughter. ]
1111:10: n. lilt De.tlOnnl to new pastorateat guests Springs and Miss O
.h..1 I
opdr "Ut..... 11x90 a. ..... Frultland Park Fla. Mrs. Ara Moitt. West Palm Beach. Mary Allies and Anne, were In
gra'Irrn. aIN. J. L. Silcox and daughter, Fan- Jacksonville IIIKt t Friday attend
ordafl I t'trn"arlldle: '. I'.opl_' nie, and Miss Edna Sgt. and Mrs. Wilson G. Lee' ing the marriage of MM. Mlddll'ton' Cigarette Lighters 1.25
runlnyl .anlf Coleman werein i !! -
PrnRr ferry. 10 CHECK ... alA Jacksonville business, Fri- are In Hopewell, Va., visiting his. ,. niece Miss Betty Dowllng
.11.1 on !
parents, Mr. I
darer each frdalrr .. and Mrs. J. A. LeeMrs. Mr. and Mrs.. E. F1
n"Itarn Cain whowere
"r b.,- IN 1DAVS day.Mrs.: E. M. Rooks of Gainesville .
. lit "NliM" P. V. B. Harrell)) and daughter returning: to their home inKey
..IOU"F.I.'o'tnl: Gloria Jeanette of Miami was here Sunday attending West from a visit in Geor-
you KUIMI bliM-hn:,, r....t or gnhnardItrrrl take OOQ were visitors here this week. services While !In at town the she Methodist was 'the church guestof Rla, spent the w" 'k-f'nd here with 10 in. Skillet - - 1.15
IIn .*. flair i Sheet Miss Clarice Thomas, who Is Dr Mrs. Cain's mother, :Mrs! Carl
and Mrs W.
Liquid for Malarial Symptom. E. Middleton. I Jackson.
attending the Florida! State Col- .
lege for Women at Tallahassee, Mrs. T. N Kendrick and grandson Mr and Mrs. T. Frank Lan- 4,
spent last week-end at home. Jimmy Black, left drum and children are upending
WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE Miss Fannie Silcox, a former for Goldsborough, N. C.yesterday, where a Lake.while at their camp on Crystal 81n.Skillet .89

employee of the Starke Coca- I they will be guests of the for
TIMBER DEPARTMENT Cola plant, has accepted a position mer's daughter, Mrs. W. S. Gibson O i
| |
All Colors and
office. Mrs. Helen Glasgow filled Col. ROOFS
FERNANDINA FLA.RELIANCE. and Mrs. D. E. I Knight: were
the vacancy left by Miss Silcox in Jacksonville Tuesday where REPAIRED I

at the Coca-Cola plant. they Joined their son, Paul Knightof STATIONERY
.I i.l Mrs Stephen W. Brown of De- New York City for a few days
veroux Ga.. Is the houseguest of vacation at Jacksonville Beach. Guaranteed 'WorkWallace 10c to 2.00

Capt. and Mrs. Cecil Naftel. Paul Knight is Junior Production BIII

Mrs. Mae Dickens of Sanford Director for the National Broadcasting Solano O
will be the houseguest of Mrs. Company of Radio City,
and supervision, combined with
W. L. Wall throughout the sum New York. FKKK ESTIMATKS
fine courtesy and unusually thoughtful mer. :Miss Grace) Phelps spent a recent I Koch's StoreSUNDAY
economy are consistently building our Miss Mildred Robertson was a weekend with Mrs Ethel Route 2, lio' 68

reputation for finer serving. _I Moltt.week-end guest of Mrs. Ara Biggs. at her Klngsley Lake cottage STAKKE, ")A. I

..Ir.tCDEWITT Mrs F. L. Durshlmer, a for- Lt. Ralph Troupe stationed at ., ,,-, ." ,,- .

mer resident of Starke, left Cecil Field near Maxvllle, spent
Thursday of last week for Richmond Wednesday of last week here with
C. JONES Va., where she attended the his aunt, Mrs. Carl Jackson.

Funeral DirectorAMBULANCE funeral of W. R. Chalkley her H V. Knight attended court InBII.tow
brother. Enroute to her home Thursday and Friday of 1 JULY ;

SERVICE in Brooksvllle, she stopped for a last week
I short visit with her husband In :MONDAYTUESDAY 30th-:'MstAUK. l

Starke.Mr. .
Phone 7 and Mrs W. P. Bennett STARKE FLA. 11"

STARKE FLORIDA had as their guests last week E
their son and daughter-in-law, v
Cpl. and Mrs. Llnd..ey Bennett
A. J. Thomas, Sr., and A. J.

Thomas! Jr., were In Jacksonvilleon I I
NAT SEZ: business Tuesday 8
Mrs Lolsell Brinson, of Willlamsburg -
Scorn \\Americans just ('aD', \; Va., spent several days 1 f fn'P
keep from asking a lot of limy with her father last week. } ,a9Y? 1 I
hIt Miss Shirley West of Apopka I
qiiOHt. Ions, no mutter how hard we r
.. I spending' the summer with Mr. I
nice old
\ try. The day a
Palm Beach was the wepKendand
,,,"" a cross ol lady spotted Mrs.\ W. P. Bennett. t V 'T S r d rct
changing a tire In the broiling Mrc. R. R. Thede and small I Choose DourDruggist t hd'I' rI'

sun. "Well. well Changing a son, Dick, are guest! of her mother -
lire?" she Inquired. "No' lady. Mrs. F. H. Long, while I L
Not at all," he growled. "I just j Lieutenant: Thede Is In Virginia.A I
get out every few mile. and jack J. Thomas Jr., A-S, son of as carefullyas I I' s w t'I lh '6d
the cur lip to save rubber and Mr.\ and Mrs. A J. Thomas Sr., I 1
das recently completed his trainIng I you do your
gasohinel"t t with the AAF at Clemson
.. ,. 'I DoctorThe 0 deJ
College, the A. M. College of So. I
Carolina and. he is now stationed I II f r
it Turner Field, Ga., where he effectiveness of the 7L
:lit l'd& l s an on-the-llne trainee. He I 111I doctor you choose with I I
now spending a short furlough such care depends greatly I
here with his parents. on the pharmacist who L I
Cpl. Llndsey Bennett has arrived fills the prescription. A I ,
here from the Aleutians Registered Pharmacist Is '
partyine. 1 1I 1i.
where he was stationed for approximately -
always on duty at CARPENTERS T,
d three years. He Is so that YOU I :

now enjoying a 30 day furloughat can have your prescriptions wAIrt ttONMIIGNTI' M
his home In Jacksonville and filled carefully and PROD a tYY
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. rapidly.Carpenter's. I
-5-- c W. P. Bennett of Hampton, before .

f he reports to his new station,
first with the news! Spokane; Wash. i
Marcus. nrown. Jr.. .returned on
Tuesday from Tallahassee wheree
ternberg's. visited In the home of his f

. U mcle, Dr. Wilmot Brown. Marcus The Rexall Drug Store

FIRST WITH FALL FASHIONS II C was:ou ln accompanied, Betty Drown home, who by will his Starke- Phone 6 -Florida

pond sometime here at Kingsley
o I' Lake.


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I 1t FRIDAr.
B""DF'OaD COUNT'l' .maArn. "
n STX 1.95 acres more or lea, and altuate minutes. 40 Her,,,,,,, ?'
Bradford (County Florida distance of llli.kj
. . . . . . .1.1j spent their vacation at Barnea THEATRES GIFTS TRACT In NO. 2 PARCEL. "B": All of curve; thenc. .i, r. J
HE" of NEVJ!: of 06 minute '
WHAT TO FIND IN STARKE that part of the 00 vr.I,' J'
Miss Mar
Beach Lake Weir. ;;
on left
, j I I Section. 2'Townxhlp 8 South Range having a ran,
: State Farr Jo Caldwell returned Monday and 22 Runt lying within 50 feet of ncenter for a curve diet ,',. , "I
described. BB follows. : to the point uf , '
I ; .. was with Mr. and Mrs. Kell;; SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORYFOR .. 8 corner of Section line of thti.adf i.:. ,"'lter ", 'n'.
,;}1 By hint. Bryan Whit field Tyus while her family complete)! 2gTownship South Range way of the u; s ,, I' I leexcept
. . . e thence South 00 degree that pan" I 'kY
4. . e BLANDING SHOPPINGAND 22 East, it| '
rl 1 their stay. INFORMATION: OF CAMP 30 minutes 00 ,0 r.1E along In the rlght-ir_n ,.x 1'(
.,,'' \ BLIND 19! Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns and RECREATIONAL CENTERJ. the K.Bt line of : Sectionfor 2 & P. riallroad.;; aid" .", hn
"GIRL 1041.63 feet to of land
Captioned nf
;i and Kennet)) a distance containing .
sons, Claude Jr., & thence or less. ,
NEV of beginning: and '
TO being
, a1 a THRILLS the point ,
;. 'f; YEARS, spent. the past week-end will AMUSEMENTSStarke here with their mother Mrs. Ice; I South 84 degree. 27 minute. 40 County, Florida \;,, ''II '
Jac .
SIGHT" a picture of Leonard i iTallahassee. In F. Eastham was in Jacksor seconds West for a distance of FORE. >ou ar* ",'' rl
Sir. and Mrs Ryan ''
s, of curve and <
Kelly. :
dictaphone point appear In I'talddIslstrlct
r Woodward at her last week 1111.82 feet to a ;
j , quellne \ Claude Johns Jr., vllle for several days Amusements Robert Ward of thence along a 11 degree 08 min I Court f"r h,. H
' ,I'p'. J: machine headed the followIng remained there where he enterer In the Interest of his parol Mr. and Mrs. MrWard's uteH. 00 second curve. to the left District of Florida" t''1 ,IacYN' II<
I t: article about her In, the Tarn Friends that Mi Jacksonville were visiting having a radius. of 51699 feet fora. Florida on the ] ;
, '.' the Hand School of the Music Department work. regret FOOD Mr. and Mrs. W curve distance of 860.96 feet to A. D. 1944 by filing1"0'' ;
IE pa Tribune, July 19: of F. S. C. W. for five and lira. Eastham are giving up parents, the point of ending on the centerline claim or answer. either), V
"Mian Jacqueline Woodward this work and will move to Red C. Ward Saturday and Sunday. of the 100 foot right-of-wav or by attorney nod (I",, ehoNl! I
weeks' training. Diner F, Railroad; Raid. right title
; the Camp Crosby was visiting of the O. 8 & or inter.!
at W. T.
I j, II new dictaphone-typist Miss Betty McRae and Andre dick where Mr. Eastham will be Mrs. parcel or strip of land containing claim In or to said proper
Blind, cat Snack Bar sister Mrs. Georgia Tuch or less, and being to show cause
ill J:: Florida Council for the principal of the consolidate her 1.79 acres, more why II

'!f.l,.1 b execute her duties with her eyes McRae their grandparents of McIntosh Mr.are and vlsltlnj Mrs school going about the middle Franks Fine Food stone In Lake Butler Friday af .:fElT.! .that' d part County lying, Florida.within EX the .set be forth inrsaid prtltlun.J10 lip'

1' not because her Job's alit ternoon. right-of-way of the O. 8. & .F. ed, and this you art
a f. shut
of August. ,
J. A. Bouvier. They came home< Grill PAHCEL,
uhe was JVHHigan's to report the illness Railroad. TRACT NO.3 upon penalty of being btu
a one but because her mother We are lorry of the 8W>4 o f all claim and
easy "
I with Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier who Accompanied by : All t Interest t
E trained for It when she was blind and her of little Johnny Mack Kelly NE'i; ; of Section: 2, Township 8 Bald land. and 4 of Mr. and Mrs. Ce Mrs. Raleigh Rye by hiving
were guest within
Raiford girl was GIFTSGislain's of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly South, Range 22 East lying ment by default entered
0 The 20-year-old : Knabb and little son of center line dencrlhed you. WITNESS! >
11.: ell McRae Saturday and Sunday sister Mrs. Billy /00 feet a my hand ,
the ability to nee, aftei' He Is In St. Luke's Hospital ii an follows: Starting at the flcltl seal of this J
; ;t p given Mrs R. L. Carter and son, son of Macclenny Mrs. LawrencDuKgcr 'ours tt
? of bllndnexn, We all wish him a NE corner of Section 2, TownshipS 20th day of July A. 0.
,): It"t b more than 19 years I Bobby arrived last Saturday from ; and three children vlslte! Jacksonville. South. Range 22 East. ; thence EDWIN R. WlLLuui"United

,t; .''\', 0 only a few months been ago.learning Since tc Vicksburg Mian., to visit Mr. and their aunt Mrs. J. B. Adams hI; Wonder Gift Shop speedy recovery.W. T. Crosby and son seconds South CO East degree along. 30 the minutes Kant line 00 rn District State. of DlBtrlcA Florida. ?',
t she has Mrs.
I, -I Y' P then Mrs. Kelly Tyus and family before Dunnellon last week. of said Section 2 for a distance of OFFICIAL SEAL)
i. if J: a see with the left eye from which MILITARYSUPPLIES William\ were transacting bust 1041.63 feet to the point of beginning liy E. Marie Tuck, O.put,
other relatives
to visit J. A.
\ sight-obstructing membrane going on Guests of Mr. and Mrs. ness at the State Farm Monday ; thence South 88 degree 27 72841818IJRISIIIN
1 a In Miami. Bouvier during the past week
, 't'I h was removed In surgery. After spending the "between- were Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ecke afternoon
j ' I'm using a hackneyed
j l ,: o 'I senslons" week-end with her of
when I say all this parents and Miss Carlotta Corpren Ben Suslow's Army StoreGislain's IV I TUB I'NITED "HTATBH' PIS.THICT .
A \i'I!'I c' expression It's true1MUs Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whit. Penny Farms and Mrs. Mary, SOUTH.KI1N .
like dream, but ISTIcICTO101' .
y. seems a field Miss Roberta Whitfield returned : I FFOHIHAI'MTBIJ
: Woodward who made not attempt Jane Swift and daughter Mary,; ; STATES! OK AMPIt1I'Ai'etitlon.r ,.
'i t, ,;J, V newfound'i to F, S. C. W. in Tallahassee i Ann of New York City who are I S. Stores ; -VH4.10 ACHK.S::! OK

I 1'I" 'D to hide said yesterday.her 'Ev Sunday afternoon. visiting lira. Swift's parents Ml Shafkin's LANK HltADFOKIl, SCORE OH COUNTY.IKHH. HITl'ATK 8TATK::

: I happiness Miss Mary Lee Overstreet of and Mrs. Eckes. IN FmiuriA., ANT WALTER 1.1.MIBL"V. .
)1' l\' I turn I discover new The StagPHOTOGRAPHY OF ,
, \fL erywhere Macclenny was with Mr. and Mrs.. KT: At, Defendant No.
F magic Miss Woodward, who Mrs. Harvey Williams and BBO-.I-CIVIL. NOTICE OF CONDK.MNATION : -
n Claude Johns and family Friday.Lt. TO ALL
" t dinner PHOCKKIMNdS
I "Jackie" arrived daughter, Betty were
: 3 ?; tlt likes to be called : IT MAY CONCERN. AND
1 H. O. Davis Jr., la vUltlng
and Mrs. Rees who
,;' In Tampa last Thursday. guests of Mr. TO: (8) The following persons e
: Mr. and Mrs W. N. North havIng State of Florida
Monday morning her name was Bradley In Jacksonville Friday. C. Smith GardnerTHEATRES are Clrrult Court
I come from Big Spring, Texas : I. Clerk of
!I added to the council's payroll. Mrs. J. T. Cogdlll of Gainesville Bradford ('ounl)', Starke, Florida;;
\ Fascinated by Everything for a two weeks' leave before spent the greater part of FLORIDA State of: 2. Hpenxard L.

1 Jackie Is fascinated by everything going on to a new assign last week with her son-ln-lav Holland; ., H. Governor R A. Orgy, Secretary TallRhnmiee.Florida. of

IIC ment. R. Florida Tallahassee, Florida, 4. J.Kdwln ,.
". she seen even the keys of and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Slate, ,
; Larson, Ktate Treasurer
With Mal James C. Richardson
her machine, so yesterday .pbe P. McLendon. Mrs. McLendoi) Park rallahaimee. Florida 5. J. :M. Lee .
tc Chaplain at Blending, mak- Gainesville with her troller, Tallahassee, Florida,
decided to turn on her desk lamp.w returned to omi> oftgriruiture
Ritz Commlmiloner
V the address, an Impressive I. Nathan Mayo
ing '
While the light Is not necessary mother for a week's visit will Tallahassee Florida.

n }( In her work. It helps her to see Ralford memorial Baptist service Church was held Sunday In the her parents. TAVERNSBlanding 1.Public Colin*, ICnullxh Instruction, Superintendent Tallahassee. of, Drop in for a Cold Bottle of Beer These Hot Aft

better those things that hold little Mrs. Reese Bradley and son, Florida, 8. J. Tom Watson Attorneyianeral

toM Interest for the person who afternoon under the direction of Clinton of Jacksonville were will Center arBob's Tallatiaimee, State, Florida Treasurer, 9., noons and see if your temperature doesn't drop ab
Rev. William Wilson in remem I. Edwin Larson
11 ; takes the sight of .them for Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley and TallahaiiKee, Florida 10. J. :M. Lee
r granted. The brown-haired girl brance of Sgt. Herman A. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. .Harvey Wllllami TavernJordan's 'omptrnller Tallahassee Florida, .-.9 degrees atjhe firstjsip.: A few minutes of pie
; vho( was killed In Bedford England Bar II. Walter. S. Blhley TherenRa Flop.Ida. -
; g c. face aglow, said ev. last week-end. 1125 4th
.lier-smiling A. Stewart
12. J. back
relaxation will send to work
June 28. Sgt. Bryan was ant you your 11
n< looked different and Mrs. At Rogers of Jacksonville street St. Petersburg, Fla, IS. Tax
erythlng of Mr and Mrs. Wilson Bradford County, Starke.
the son hector
more wonderful than she ever bad was the overnight guest of Mr Florida, TriUt TKK8:; of internal'mprnvement renewed vigor.icirs.
'1'' r '"I r Imagined. Bryan of Raiford. and Mrs. Lawrence Dugger Sun. Rita HayworthIn '' Fund of State of .
E. D. Mobley was the guest of Florida: 14. RpeHnard T.. Holland.
'Seeing& has made a great day.Grace "Cover Girl"At Jovtrnor, Tnllahaxxee, Florida IB.I. .
Jacksonville relatives during
said. 'I used Crews returned Saturday .J. Kdwln Larson. State Treasurer,
me' she
change In pant week-end. Florida Soon rallahannee, Florida 18. J. ;M.. Lee,
' h to be so dependent on others from a stay of several days with (omptroller, TallahaBnee, Florida. ,
Miss Doris Moncrief enter
Dale in Starke. Mayo. CommlsHloner of
: Peggy 17. Nathan
t I feel entirely capable. musl-
now of "Cover Girl", technicolor Tallahassee, Florida
tained a group her young tjcrtrulture,
,4 Mrs. M. C. Roberts spent Monday -
yl i S tSi S Going last Friday, Mr. and Mrs. friends. at the home of her par In Gainesville with her sister :al starring the glamorous Rita .18..ral J.TallahBMBee Tom Watson, Florida Attorney 19. (Turentlne len-- i TAVERN
,:I' J. O. Caldwell and daughters ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mon Mrs J. R. Hardee. Hayworth and the talented Theatre > & Koxln Bank Fac-torn.HlilR; Inc., Jacklonvllle. :,. Af--
Kelly comes to the Florida: antic National
q r.'i cruet Friday night. Following The W. M. U. of the Raiford Florida (b) The follow.
p several hours of playing variousgames Baptist Church met with Mrs : mid-night Saturday, Sunday ntf persons whose addreHHea are Bob Jones, Mgr.
the hostess served delicious and Monday. inknown, If living anal If .
Watts after grantees
Monday heirs
Lynwood unknown
refreshments to her guests.Mr. Glamour I . Romance t . / personal repreHentatlven. ormMlffnii
noon. The wonder of love is in it . whose names and addreHHenire
and Mrs. J. M. Bradleyand
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Duggei unknown: 20. Walter 8. Slhley,
daughter, Carolyn, and Mrs and children were guests of relatives he: opulence of beauty . the U.! J. A. Stewart. 22. I.. A. Wynn.lometlmeft .
15ot L. A. ''lInn.WHEH' .
Di-llllance of imagination known an
R. D. Whitfield and granddaughter In Macclenny Sunday.Mr ':.\ a petition for romlemlatlon -
Helen Whitfield, spent Sat- of America's most beautiful Covr haw been filed on the 17th
and Mrs. Ira Young
with their respective relatives Girls! It was too thrillingFor lay of December, A. P. 104.1. anintended JUST for
Lake Butler spent Sunday with the on the. 17th day of July ,,(
f1>tl + In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. D.. Young. words so they set It to A. n. 1944. In the. United Stated. 'r
melodies of Jerome Kern. rilntrlct Conrt fur the SOlllh..rnpl"lrlct
and and Ing
Mrs. Vance Geiger Mr. '
'rh Mrs. Edwards Brinson returned of Florida by the fnlted S V
Mm. Reese Bradley entertainedtheir to her home In Fernamllna Sum Besides those already mentioned -states of America petitioner. FUHVISIT
the cast Includes such iiralnHt the above named defend .
and other Jacksonville .
r- day after upending the week-enc .intn, praying for condemnation, upon -
relatives at dinner Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams .tterling players as Lee Bowman proper compensation, for use .to '
Jinx Falkenburg trovlde for a railroad spur track'or
Phil Silvers
night at the home. of Mr.
Hugh D. Lee of the JacksonvilleAir an Air Corps Station" .and for
and Mrs. Reese Bradley honor- Leslie Brooks Eve Arden. Otto to heiHed
Base was the Saturday night) ,elated military purposes, .
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Bradleyand Xruger Jess Barker Anita Colby In connection with the en.ahllHhment STARKEAmusemen
Refrigeration ServiceWINKLER'S Ing supper guest of Mr. and Mrs, of the Keystone Air
p Mr. and Mrs Lester Bradleyand Williams. I and Curt Bola. Support:! Command. Bane, Florida,
children of Monroe Ga., who All this and Hayworth too.'Cover And for such other uses an maya
: Luncheon guests of Mrs. Lyn- authorised, by Ponnrecn. or by
'H\:I were visiting In Jacksonville and wood Watts Friday were Mrs. W. Girl' Is a memorable ex- Executive Order, of the following
< here returning to their home erlence, you'll always cheilsh.Sunnybrook. "lenrrllied land, .situate. In Brad'ord :e
it E. Malone Mrs. Curtis Malone County, Florida to wit:

i'' ELECTRIC SERVICE Tuesday. Mrs. Whltfleld and Mills Wllla Jean Malone, and Miss . . . . . . rilACT' NO.1 PARCEL "A". All 0
1 226 Temple Ave. Helen were guests of Mrs. 0. S. hat part of the NK',4 of the NE'/
Margaret Thomas of Macclenny.Mr. of Section 2 Township 8 South
v Clopton and Miss Doris Clopton. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen tinge 22 East described an being TEMPLE AVEXU
.. tOO foot strip of land extending
and Mrs. A. C. Davis and two rom the Knot line of said fortyn h One Block

..I children attended an all day By Mrs.: Anula Crawford a Southwesterly direction to the
. . . 'outh' line of said forty and beingpS From USO-NCCS
Hi meeting at the Rock Baptist . e e &/ feet at right angles on each
Church Sunday.Mrs. .Ida of and parallel to n centerIne .
and Bald center line extended
Dave Thornton and lira. frown Honored aid center line I* described anollowx
era spent Tuesday in AI Surprise PartyComplimenting : Beginning at a point on
Bud !ofrs. Arle Brown Ihe East linn of said Section 2, RIDESFOR
with Mrs. R. B. Brannen. aid' point being located South 00 GAMES AND
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Williams on her sixty-sixth birthday anni- green. 30 mlnuten' Kiixt 1041.61
pet from the Northeast corner of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
and children were members ersary
among aid' section; thence from en Id"hit
4I'r present at a meeting with Brown entertained In their homen ,.. of beginning South 66 degrees, YOUNG and OLD
; 21 minutes 40 Necondx Went H7I.SA
dinner on the ground at Oak Monday evening.. f..t. ti> a point on the South linef
I$ .J"a. Grove Mormon Church Saturday. Arrangements of summer flowrs )! said NK'4 of NK'4\ containing

r Sgt. Charles Elderbush of Camp .'. were" used in the living room. .

landing was the Sunday guest Later I in the evening guests

>t Mr: and Mrs. E. A. Stafford were Invited Into the dining room NEXT TiliNG TO RAIDING THE
and Miss Cora Stafford. a birthday table being in

Guests of Mr and Mrs. Dave center of the room was covered
Thornton during the past week with a white cloth and centered

REAL "HE-MAN" were Mrs. S. B. Carroll and Mrs. with a pretty cake, which was EAT AT THE r ,

T.r C. Kitchens of Lake Butler cleverly decorated In pink and

n ivw.j and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Thorn green. Guests were served ice I

rtr ton and children of Archer. cream and cake. t

Bjr.. I<< Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Beavers Mrs. Brown then opened the ACI134.1:2:
HAMBURGERS lovely gifts that attested the high
if Americas Ga., came Sunday
.t t tight to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. esteem of others toward her.
Those Invited to be with Mrs. SPECIAL BREAKFAST:

X. North. Brown and the hosts were: Mrs. BEAT THE WEATHERMAN FOR MRS. O. I. DELICATESSEN; SER\I
a Fronnle Johns and son of Au- WITH

j' burndale Mr. and Mrs. Donald We think MeKere 1 Fluffy Sour CreamPumpernickel
STARKE Salads the Bread.
Kelly of Plant City Mrs. Mine Farm rash iellre biggestand

HOT DOGS TRANSFER Moore of Tampa Mrs. Fronnle Fresh Buttermilk j coffee bent in cup town.of. Fresh ttollii.

Moody of New River Mr. and orT
I"ed Fruit Juices In and TO TAKE
rl#; ti Mrs. Verne! Moody of Long Drop see

Local And Bridge Miss Dorothy Norman of I what you think!

e' Jacksonville,' Mr. and Mrs. Lem DAVIS OTEL BLDOyCAIX STREET' STARKK

r J, i Long DistanceHauling Brown. Mr. and Mrs Eston

MILLIGAN'S GRILL Brown and Mr. and Mrs J. C. i

; Sapp and children all of Sampson -

,I City Miss Doris Dyal of Ft. t

t ;1+ Myers, Mrs. Francis Warren and .

CALL ST. At RAILROAD TRACKS Phone 179Hey small daughter Nadine of Ecru

S"t Miss., Mr. and Mrs. R. B. War- ,.

ren and daughter, Mamie Jo of ; JftI
.. -

i t N+1!v : G. Kelley and daughter :Mamie -

t. :Mr. and Mrs. Tate Brown and

r YfI : Soldier ----.l Mr. and Mrs. Horace Dyal of

F Starke Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hals- SHAFKIN'STHE

I } SEE THE lop Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby
and children, Mrs. Alton Dobbs

and daughter Eloise Mrs. Inez

N-E-W D-I-S-P-L-A-Y 11 Kelly and others.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Halslop STORE

1' I OF ii Forty seven guests called durIng -

the evening to extend congratulations

to the honoree. ALL SOLDIERS KNOW

Mrs. Aline Moore an4 son of
-1T- a Tampa are spending a few dayshere :

w y I with her parents, Mr. and ENUF SED !

Mrs. W. R. Halslop.\ .

Gis1ain'sji Mrs. Omagtt Rosier of Raiford

Is visiting her brother and slster-

.Ii In-l a",. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly. Jewelry Gifts Unifo'1I
Next to Koch's Drug Store Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly of

IY.a i' y'?1 1 ,at WtlnIIW11mWNnmlmlaNAIIMIIIfnmmlaNlnnnW1141nryNnlmmgamnnalW, { nnlmpWIII MTWWrIr nrlr "" mniHumtiiinimimniii'( a n i INnsmsaAYNllllgrymMINY.-- rv Plant City spent the week-end

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t r. + comrrr TRLEG1tAP1I ST.- FLORIDA PaGE, nrVecrl. .,

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\\L SERVICE FOOD budfct't for the ptftMdlnic year or Kuame, August 4, A. D. 1911.
God Is holding BrookerBy -- AMUSEMENTS --MILITARY I I SUPPLIES fni 1 1C.I.1. whlilK'MT( IH greater, I Lou 1., 9, 10. 11, 12, IS. 14, 15 of
Church ''f unil." Rlk 14 '..mpl...'* Addition' to Htarke: ,
la a tent near \\.IIKItKAS, tonliitlXHly I proposed Si2(, Twit 9 H' U S> K.:
.val meeting Minnie Lou Ilazen I MXt| *ndlttiroH for tht* support and Name In which aeneimed. : Un
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< house every The Rev.hSum- . . . . . . e e n "I a warning for everybody to have the hospital In Italy war maintenance I944-I94.1! budget Indicate for an the increase. fiscal known.All .
or unit
sun:30 ucung, this meeting New RiverBy theirs vaccinated before It gets I VV. N Johns writes his parents: I of more than for& per the cent fiscal over, year theIrpendtlur.s County of State lining at In Flor.the.

II to attend.Breakfasts Mrs. M. O. Harrell gave her too hot every' summer. A vetlnar- that he Is getting 1911.1041.THIsitK5ORS. id i.
IS invited Sunday School class a weiner Ian from Gainesville along nicely in UK IT RKSOT.VRD: Unless Much certificate or cortlflmteH -
this disease I
\tr'one the School says -I France and Is hearing a few enemy hat a notice be published. In the shall b<* redeemed according
roast Saturday afternoon at * * . . e . aMiss is very contagious among shells Kradford County Telegraph for twosuccessive Much to law certificate the prop..rty"Ib..d In
certificate will
Hampton Lake.: After they had horses and is carried by mos ,' \ weeks calling' a public b.. cold to the or hliihent bidder at

enjoyed a good swim, the young Rosa McGinn of Penaacola quitoes.Mr. I Mrs Jessie Lee Lazenby has'acct'pted Ing meeting the proponed for the purpose increases of exululn-In exppndlturee the court house door on the first'

people played games and roasted has been visiting her sister Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Moreland a position at Camp on, AUMuet 7, Monday A. In 1844.the month of September -
Blanding with the Post Exchange.The .944. at 10-00: A. M ,, Pi ,
we Iners. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and child and Joan 7111 this July 19th.. A D un
daughter of Jacksonville t-712*
A. J. T1IOMAH. Clerk oT Circuit
Lewis Clemons has gone to MI- ren for the past four weeks. She were visiting her parents, Convention of Christian MVPICK Court ot Bradford. County
Churches "
ami where he will spend several returned: Thursday accompaniedby Mr. and Mrs O. W. Andrews last convene at Graham .10:1) Florida. 7-ll-4t-S-ll
her nephew Eustis Church this fifth Sunday. Broth. .1.... Rill N... leH3
days with friends and relatives.On Lee Jr. week end. They are on a two NOTICK
I UIVKN. that
er Jake Thomas
his return trip he says that He plans on staying a month. weeks vacation and are spending of Lake Butler I t. A. IKVI. | the holder of the fol-

he Intends to stop at every place Our boys who are working at this week at Daytona Beach. will Brother speak Robert in the Whit morning and I Raid lowing rertlflcnteM Tux. Certificates for a tax has deed filed" toe WE

that might be suitable for fishing Camp Blanding this summer un Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Roberts tee of Jacksonville > (issued thereon The> .'...rtltll'al.M' -
In the .
afternoon nttmhera end yean of IHHIIance -
til high school starts are Wilbur and children Elizabeth Anne, the dencrlptlon of property '

r William Moody of Jacksonville Turner, Jr., Southerland and Pete Barbara Jean and Sonny, of Lake I The people of our community and. the names In which It was. aaHeHHi'd SELL i.,
are busy grading tobacco are ax follows:
Is visiting relatives here this Sapp. Butler enjoyed a fish supper at I at this Certificate No. 205. Year at f.-'
week. Mrs Margaret Kelly enjoyed aweek's Sampson Lake Friday p. m. with They were somewhat disappointed nuance, Annual 1. A I>, IHI! l O...Hcrlptlon HIGH
by the warehouses not of nr operty: N\VU >t
Miss Mandy Mott is visiting visit with her: son ond Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews and opening NEt. of seal' a NH of HVI. .nf MKV QUALITY
r daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.H. family also Elmer Cason and Monday. But we know friends and relatives in Valdosta
the ceiling price Is even lower IIMT 30 acres, more or less .
somethingto GX: C. Kelly of Lawtey. I mother Mrs Mary Cason. than It wa last and the Name In which axaeKned 1 ln) 1 GOODS ;
are '' year known
crow about! I Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Mr. Thomas of Baldwin is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C Kelly: of farmers must have higher pricesto ('''rlltl..t.1":' SflO. Year at UiiaiKe ALWAYS X XTit
his son-in-law Lawtey August 4, A l t1 141l
daughter of Starke were visiting and daugh. were visiting relatives wake
Also I money on tobacco.Mr. >..ncrltlon) of property Ilk 13.Templea 'f
here Sunday. ter :Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green here Sunday. Addition to 8turke Her
I II and and Mrs. Everett Lane of 29. 8, s It SS I': BAKERY j'o '
{ORT ORDERSserved I Cpl. T. C. Kelly of Valdosta, family. Mrs Della Thomas and Gus Oilando.) have been visiting her Name I In which HHKemied Un

Ga., was a visitor here this week Mrs. Rosa Pin holster was din. Thomas of Jacksonville were visiting mother, Mrs. Fronle I tnoM n.Certificate.
from Moody, recently No 281. Year of h, ft
ner guest of her niece, Mrs. Mona Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews 1

end.Mrs. . .. 1Y
9 m. Wiggins, Wednesday "
to P. N. C. Mott and son Mar- and children "
9 a. m. Sunday p. m I The Fifth I . ..
Sunday meeting will - "
shall have been visiting relativesat K. L. Kelly lost a nice horse The
Junior Red Cross worker,
Featuringthe Ft. Myers. last week with blind staggers. convene at Water Oak HaplatChurch I

best of Cpl. and Mrs. Hershel Layfleld Evln Sikes has lost one also. Just. school Mrs Ruth Friday Morse p. m.was visiting our \I and Sunday.with services Saturday I I Through These Portals Pass

EAKS & CHOPS and baby son. Derrel. have been Lt and Mrs. Guy Andrews and
visiting relatives here. Miss Willa Mae demons who Is .,
son Drake of Rockledge were visiting n, 11111'1' C'UIII'I'. nit tuFoititFI.OIIIIIli
Mr and Mrs. R. E. Hazen and going to make her home In Pal- hisr parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1'111: rT1. l\ < H\\ The Best Soldiers

CAMP family have been visiting Gene metto. About twenty young people G. W. Andrews and other relatives .It.HaIitlel J, Dnlihlnn. p..lntlrr... v".

at Sarasota.Mr. attended the occasion which last weekend.Rev. Mary Ann Dobblim/ lefendaul'are
.they" enjoyed much. No. 921,1: ;1
and Mrs. Alvin McKlnneyof very On Earth.
and Mrs. Fred Dodd and ORDER OF ri'HUCATlOV
Starke were visitors here Sun- ANI NOTICE TO APi'I':AIt . . 1;'
DINER children of Hampton were dinner STATE OF FMKII to-: Mary
day.A guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ann r>ol>blnn, whOHo residence. u I
party was given at HamptonLake DON'T LET THEHEAT 437 Manhattan. A...... New York
Call *n >rner in honor: of City. New York:
Friday: evening
You am required to
appear on
S-Sgt Oilus E. Brown writes AiiiiiiKt Slat. 19U. In the ...bove"a".d ,
hit mother Mrs. Stanley L. Hod. Court and ciaiiHn, wherein if
plaintiff Meek dlvori'e. llradford
gen, that he Is well and fine and County Telegraph shall publiHh thin fe

not doing much only swimming Order. In next four weekly IKHUPK. :i 111kiil11{ } It

HOTOGRAPHS and going to the movies occas eal Wltnexa nt IRrk"my, hand Florida and, tM official July i'i'''i sltiN!(? i 1 1ti

GET YOU DOWN ionally. He would like to hear 17th. 1IU4 ,
from all of his friends and rela A. Clerk or .aid l Court ;

t C. Smith GardnerEstablished .. tives. Odua.a> served four years T. Kinnk Ijiintlruni, Stnrke, Flotlil',
a y O Atty. ror l'ir 7121-41-8-11
O with the U. S. Marines and has

1900- .: been out of the States 14 months. IN 11111'11'1' .'oi irr. nit \IIKOIIIICKIIl. p
He gets hisifrail/ c-o P. M., New ('UI '\'I't.'. 1"Iullln'l 1'(11''\_ ti alt}{{iia 1ti
of New York and Miami York City N, Y. .. t tiilli
Jeff T Aiidei-Mon Plaintiff, v. Sar- ttlklI} { }i tF
Mrs Lester McCulley and child CaH alt Kllxubeth 1. No. 3237 Andernon, 1>i>fciulant, : )F
ONE 8x10 $2 THREE 8x18 $5 ren are very glad to have Lester..1 {: WIo: OI' t'IIli1CATtON' ;
Twelve 3x4 $5 '": TO Ai'I'19.tlt
Six 3x4 $3 home again after several monthsin "BTATH: OK Fl.oltlliA to: Hurah

service. Lester plans on farm-. Elizabeth( Antl<*rHon, whoxe rentdence .

STUDIO IN BLANDING CENTER Ing and hail been released from I South (I.'iirotlnatYou 111(10 :Heyward Columbia 0n'

BUS STATION, STARKE, FLA. the Army. He has been stationedin I era required to appear nn
KEEPCOOL Ft. Sill, Okla.H. August 21Ht, 1044, In the above
named" Court and cause wherein
L. Johns and L. L. Johnswere plalntjrr, Nrek 1lvorc, Bradford
I County Telegraph. Khali imbliHhi And they will tell you that the /'. S. 9
in Tampa three, days this i I thin order In next four weekly IH-

This Store Is Strictly week on business. 5I1PM.\\itnfxn my hand and official Store is the best place to buy . . .
Seeber Spear of Jacksonville, Meal I at Klarkn, Florida, this July

was visiting his sister and broth, \ 17lh 1911.tOFFIClA1.SPAL. ) A. J. THOMAS

G. / er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Melton I I n* (Clerk nr Said Court.T. .
Frank l-amlrum. Mtarke: Florida. LARGEST STOCK IN STARKE I
Kerce and children Sunday. I Atty. for 1'ir. 7-21-41-8-11 I
Pvt. James Adkins was homeon
t anticipating your needs Ii%, .'1111'11'1' 4'< i'irr.fOIVrt 6BADy'Olll.
{ a furlough: last week. 'I KI.OHIIItlNell'Mel''anIii I"IIAN- 1'1 1'1a I
Mr. and Mrs Jay Moody. and I (1:1.: ;
:: :Martin Plaintiff. VII. S. STORES
children were visiting .relatives In I Henry .:dw..rdI..rll.. .., JJefendant, P. -
Full Line Military Supplies Raiford last week-end. Chap Nu R33*. lAt
,,, Seattle Joe and Richard Andrews . > NOTICK TO AI'I'BAU the Bus Station
of Morrlston have keen visiting STATK OF FI.OUIDA to: henry
Watches Kdward Martin. whose reHlilnnce In
I; Souvenirs their uncle and aunt. Mr. unknown:
and You. urn required to appear. on I
and Mrs Rudolph Andrews
Jewelry Gifts AiiKUxt Slat 1U44 In the above
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins fora named Court and cause, wherein
'I L plaintiff .seeks dlvorrf. Hradrord
few days.
County Telejrritph shall publiHh this I E
I'I' GUARANTEEDWATCH L- J Ae1r Mr. an,I Mrs. Bill Williams of Order I In next four weekly :iHnueH.
.... my hand and officialanal CHECK THIS LIST FOR GIFTS S
REPAIRINGFAST Lake Butler were visiting Mr. at Starke, Florida. thin July
and Mrs. Stafford Crews Sundayp. 17th 1944OVFICIArj,
WITH A ( Rf':,\I.) A. J. THOMAS:
SERVICE nn clerk of Said Court '
m.We T. Frank I.andrum Htarke. Florida,
are sorry to report Mrs. Atty. ror I'ir. 7121-41-H-ll
Bill Johns Is still 111 at this writ. -.

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OIry Pl.Olllllt
Stag Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green of (''':11''.

Lake Butler were visiting her Norman A. 1'unhnr, Plaintiff VII.
Daphne Defendant. Case H
t OF parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Snoden No. 329.Olir .t'uahor I

I' Call Street Starke Sunday. Mr. Snoden has been >Kn: OP PtJHMCATION
ill for the past two week/. STATE OP FLXJHIDA to: tmphnePiiHhor.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody and whose renldencn. U HualvoItnud
BEERAT Kant: Uniinli, Mann.. 1
children, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mer-
You are required to appear on
rltt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merritt August ilKt. 1844, In tk.. above

and children and Mr. and Mrs. named plaintiff Court HeekH. and dlvoroe.cause. Bradford wherein/

Fernie Moody enjoyed a fish sup County Telegraph shall publish
Lake thin Order: In next: four weekly lu
per at Sampson Friday lIue.. ,NEW.

r night. WltneHR my hand and official
:. Jordan'sBar Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and Heal I at Sturke, Florida, thla July
TS ? A 19th. 1144 Religious Articles
: daughter Barabara Jean of Jack- (OPPKMAf.: HI':AL) A..1. THOMAS

sonville visiting her parents, an Clerk of said Court.
i rP i* were T. Prank Lnmlrum, Htarke, Florida Tropical Fruit Placques
Mr. and Mrs.! E. A. Sapp last Atty. for I'lf. 7121-4t- .llIN .

> r week-end. Carved Wooden Trays
f. will <'rise rT| <'OIIIT. HII \IIPOHflCOI
s Friends of Bealand Johns "I'.011111'. IM (;ItAN:11 -
/ Paddy Libretti, Mgr. I be glad to know that he Is not JenHl'Oliver S ..: t. Souvenir Salt and Pepper ,
A n IIrI'I. Plaintiff VH.
but is still In
r seriously Injured Cluru V. Angel, Defendant, Case No ShakersCHILDREN'S
STATE: op FLORIDA to: ClaraV. p.asgA-rsSrrSrSSSSrSS re
Angel" whose reKldonue and ud-
We HaveEVERYTHING OLD SARGE'S PLACESTARKE'S dress U IreyHtone park Ito"pltal.Morrlitown .
: New Jerwey:
You lire required to appear on ;
August. 2ht., 19 U. In the .above
ORIGINAL named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce Uradford GIFTS
County Telegraph ahall publUh this
Order' Jn nextour weekly Imiuea.WltneiiM to l.
my hand and official 1

StoreAuthorized neal I at Stark., ]Florida this July I IJIIth. Drums _ ._ Jeeps
Army 1944.OFFICIAL. l )
you'll want for a ( REAL,) A. J. THOMAS R

I an Clerk of said 'ourt. Trucks _ _ Tanks tI
William I). .Morgan JitckMonvllle.Florida I
the War Department Alty. for I'lf. T-21.4tltJSOTKH
GunsAmusing IfI

BIG EVENING ! Operated by an ExSoldierHEADQUARTERS 'Ktl.K :Of OK MllOlt PFMrTIOH I. 'MIS ,

I 01 HIK < CO IM-tr JIIX.K ,,,,, A
BHtDKOHIl ( 0t M'V, T,,TK OK .
!I. hereby given to all
for allMilitary whom It may concern that on the
Uth day of August, A. U. I I'M. I
a will apply to Honorable K. K. I
Perryman, County Judge, at his office Stuffed Animals
-al- In Htarke. Bradford, County
Supplies Florida the following" d.scrlbedland ;
8H; of MytH' acre on and Dolls
side of and adjolnlnaroad
2H and NK't' of 8W,. tt. K, >4 of
BLANDING and Jewelry \ of, HVVV, A WU of |JW(".
Novelties of NlSi' and N'/, of BK14: I of H?c. -
I 2*. Tp T H. Hand 22 K,
Said Kale to be made. nt publicor
private. Kale. Pillow TODS & Pennants
This July 19. i44 I
Ben Suslow'sArmy tr..retIuore. 1r 1
CENTER 7-21 4t i-ll i

I R.....or.'rIO'r; .' Pt fl1.IC '

Store caused:Rprovis wue,. onsl'to:rlruI tA'.tola.u be made.. WONDER (GIFT SHOP '

'" 'I. 10 ft
heldreoncerningo udges
any county In which the IIupport MRS. BESSIE DAVIS Proprietor"r
209 E. Can St. Starke, Fla. and major. malnteaance Item therein"bud istincr.aaedmore l

than 5 per deli> over the


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1 APM.iriTio* FOR R 22 E. Name
. . . . . man will remain forawhlle with iv rntriiT COI'ILT. enDFORD said. Oln. H Smith In said. Court. In NOTICE TU*or:*:!.. IIOl""I!! DILL 1\0. Sam Franklin, In xlll'I'' ." '..
1 LASSIFIEDSI I COI'N'rY, F..OIIIU.II the, race of Luther Carl !Smith v. All of tialr'
i her mother Mrs. J. O. Pickren. hereby lHU:: prnperl.\ I...
J CKI1V.Iluhy Ola H. Smith, and you are County of "' ,
GIVEN.that Hradrord
, file with the CI"'k of NOTICE 19 HEREDY art, Kf"Unle.a ,
Hampton Mrs. William Hodge and chIldren Frame, Plaintiff.. v. CharlesW inquired Ida. J1
. said Court your written apl.arulI'ep..rMunally John P. Franklin the holder of
returned to Columbia, S. C., Frame Defendant Ca e No 32.J7OHDKR In said nuoh
,+ j I or by attorney certificated ha filed .rtlrl'at ,
WANTED OF PUBl.H'ATIO'V following "I I
the eaten hall
Kiiibara Home 2Sth day of August be ,,, "r'
Ity after visit with bermo. stilt on the redeem.!
Sunday a
I ;4 .Mtlng on aptirlmrntn, house 01oniot p . . . . e STATE ANn NOTIf'B OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to. CharlesW. A. [). l' 44, and thereafter. file with .I aid tertlflcatex for a tax deed to suclaw the proper)Y 'I.."It.' "re
1 ther Mr G. W. Hinson. 'lIrtlflra! 'H'-d
defences.If t"
written The certificatenumber ,
l4 't said Clerk your be Issued thereon : or m ,.
Frame, whose roeldenox I is f "rt tI ,
be .It
out within 20 sold
rent | xl of to
/ I the
>r the nat'ire
the Bill In l
to bleh..t
11.11'11.V.. N. Blown of St. Aug- Knox Kentucky, ram of R..hallIl'tatlon any and years of l Issuance, the the h"lrI.r
KlUI.ll I Shower al the court house
In said suit
tit Itevlew ,
.la" LIIII door
mile of Starke a .
;I I ustine and Mr. and 1>1 I'!!!. Thomasof Center: Barracks Number 8J time pre.crlbed by law.1I..n description' of the. property and Monday In month ,, "V,1" I
.l e:, 119 East Call StreetW. Mr. Fiarces Wad worth and are appear on 1044. which la V 'I"'n'
Mrs : Wadoworth Starke were guests of Mrs J. Auou'.t: Hth,.1 44,t1lnto the above . fall not or Judgment will the name. In which It was assessed timber 1944. the 4th "ll ,.r'.i
Marjorie wpre'olnt
I .. by default
i. named Court and cause herein be entered against you are a* follow:
. T. CLUTE. Realtor hoaleHSffi at a linen showeron W. Horne Sunday afternoon. plaintiff eeeka divorce. Bradford The PKADtUItD COUNTY TKLKORAI'H Certificate" No. 232 Year of I.- Dated this 25th diy ror .''uh'
h S-Sgt. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn 'ounty Telegraph nhall publish thin a newspaper. of general cir (OFKCIAI SEAL) I
; Tuesday night at the Christian let. Description' A J.
Foil H.M.i':-HouBehold furniture Order In next four weekly Issues I IWltnenN I circulation published at gturke. Bradford miance July 1942 "HII!
d' .y ( !... J. thllw-l.awlpy. 1 II'1'j" Church given In honor of left Thursday for Charleston, S. my hand and ofHclal 'ounty, Florida, In hereby of Property: Lot I. 4 of Blk 41, of Circuit Court .I Blddl,
1 ....1 at "''tark.., Florida this July,' designated a. the newspaper In Livingston, Truby & Co' Sub-Dit l Oountv, Flor'''"
r ;, ,$ Poll ItI'NT-8 room lioime completely Mm. .f. C. Wynn the former Miss C. Mrs. Wynn will remain there llth, 1944OFFICIAL. I' which this notice shall' be published : of NU'i, of NKV4'! fee 2* Twp. 0. "a 7-28-41-8-18
t ') furnished All modern Jeanettei Paiker, of Starke. An HEAL) A J. Thomas. once a week for four consecutive
J _ _ _.
husband _ _
convenience.* hone 178 It for a few days while her As Clerk of aald Court I, weeks prior to alu ZSth .r ''' -- -"
'j i Interesting game of "Popular Lov for at rtutner, H. O. Hrown. Ljike Butler, Florida day of August 1844WITVKSH -'
duty Camp
u: : n \ Foil HAM':-3 ple<.e, prewar. llvlnn' ers" wa! enjoyed sod MI'M. M C. reports Atty. for 1>". 7-14-41-K 4 I : my hand and Heal, of
t f ( .f, room Nu lie, good rO'lIll1lon-.aO. Sweeney was the lucky winner of Durham, N. C."Arabian said Court at "Mtarke. Bradford EVERY BRANCH OF
I, I.ncy rillcox, Ilox 005. !Htarke. 1 II'| lTI4H (IHCIir. COI HT OP. Tin: ,I County, Florida, this 25th day of
the prize, a pair of scenic! picture IT 01'' 1 .
.KM.. II I'll Jt l>lt IL IIH I July A D. 1 44OFFICIAL
houne. Inslnrko placques. Nights"Colorful I UK "I'\TH: OK" KIOHIIH INAMI ( SEAL A. J, THOMAS.Clerk !!.
'OH room I
FOR (fit "lTYlIX
I Court of Bradford
of the Circuit
} f ( huge Int pmtly furnlxhed Another fun-piovoklnjr contest (.'J1"\(,'":,,t'. I County Florida !InJU.ancB.
: Mr*. V It. llarrell, 806 FantasyTo
d '' ,!i' \\fllrr. Phone. E8-J N'I was '''1'he Bridal Couple's Story Oln Margaret Smith Plaintiff vaLuther 7-28-4t-8-18
I arl Smith and MargaretBruton
v" ji I Expressed In Songs with Mrs!. Show At Park Hmlth' J'.f"n..ntlO.UtVo:1t .
i ,i M AVTinv rtv competent whitelitdy I
: ot" UULI"ATIOS -
Frances' Wadsworth teadlpg the
( 01111 Ion hoiiNekeeperw I
1> HH I : t
. Hollywood magic reaches lofty
( ; # hi're loom In avallnlilv "nll ill Improved tale of the newly wedded TO: Luther Carl smith !Serial! ,
Mro., F: J. "wllll-209 N Ihrh'i I
In Universal's "Aiab- No. 60S181, U H. Coast Duartl.lleoriretown STnOUT
pair and Mrs Merle Rahmenicndorlns new heights ;
j I,1? llan M Mr :M f (UiiuKhey Jll Houth fiiruljun. and C. WALL
'i\, i"n" /: the musical part In Ian Nights" according to a flood to Margaret Bruton Smith, fO'l> Con- Creatent BdTertUer of eonntrr .
i lI WANTrlvHnlexmun:/ aril f'r.lle.tnrmute I popular ,____._.. way Hospital, Conway Mouth property line made overlew
t i f ,.; ( man)-lionniuik Furniture songs. of enthusiastic rave by critics : r"ru-I 12.000 . of llonif.._KarmAereare. .. -
:t! Fro 1 tp The honoree won the prize for who have witnessed Initial showings llnaYou of you, are hereby .. Rarer form aiL' over be
nnTI'H'daat. h. World. Free llitlnB.
: I open
tins been Agency
the mont correct guessed Technicolor Inno
of the
tonga new
1. Tin M.\LP.-t 4-l.urner end 1 against you In the Circuit Court E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY
If:13 ',urll..r Florence oil cook stove In this!'! miiHlcfll essay, and two vation. The picture, presented by for 111,'ad ford County Florida' In

''A'., 'id .,1 :tt-buriier Nemo till c'ouk"r. miniature animal statuette were Walter W a n g e r Productions, Chancery, by Ula H Smith final the KrprevntMlLocally Constant Service Over 50 Years
ova each with oven. W P name being a suit to vacate a
i;.'; Voolen. tttarke. tip given her. comes Sunday, Monday and Tuesday decree of divorce rendered against by I

1 '(1Ii Ii:"4 VK I' :SNI':" corny grown red After thin many lovely gifts of Ito the Park Theatre and WANTED-Clean cotton at t'. C. HOLLINGSWORTH Please Phone 116
.I tour with my ntock Owner may linen and( lace were opened and I stars Jon Hall, :Maria :Montez and rags 116 S. Walnut bt.
{J"r! rail at my farm 11.2 I mil," north office.
), of Hturfce and rlalm name.. admired by the bride and her Sabu. Telegraph 'Iii
?!, \ I'arlton. l'Ir..; host of frlendi.. Mrs. Wynn expressed -
1I, I
.I IM tiiiitir totterIR,111Fo1111 -
\ > J.l'-c-r: womewhere In stark We.lneiulay. .. I her appreciation In the I C'OI %'IV, KI.OHmtl 1'IIA\- -
1/,, I . two ple..e irreeii "It.I Reward sweet and gracious way of her I ('>:HV.rlaxel .
:,.'" for return tf !Mingle I'rtvln. 1 Kllzabeth FMiffman, Plaintiff
I '.onl& l IINt'' ,me offhe, Houthernl.'ell charming personality. VH Ulenn Albert Huffman, Defend I
Telephone. (o. Hi A delightful punch course was ant. Cane No. 3244OltDKIt .
I t'KlsrKIt: HI't'I'OHTH' ln hire Herthu Pearce, SOS by Mm. Dirt Hlnnon. STATE; OF" FLORIDA to: Glenn
+ \Vent Madison HI. 7-2S-4tp Albert Huffman whose address In
'' Mrs. Wynn In a former residentof n. F. 1 I. No.2, Madrid New York.
'r I WILL.. UK: IN MTAHKi; about the Hampton as Is her husband, You are required to appear on
', middle of August and would Ilk. August: 28, 1844 In the above named
J } I l<. have room for Unlit hounekeeping and their many friends. wished Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
i 7 email. aimrtment" or them much happiness In the fu- seeks divorce child, and
F ' i hnuNe My husband will he an other relief. .i J'u. Telegraph *
, .Instructor at Camp ItliinithiK .0 ture. shall publish thin Order In
j .... expect to lie In Ktarke for next four weekly l....ueeWltneHH .
+ F time. Will alprerlate 'In. .
Mr. and Mrs Lonzo Roberts of my hand and official
,, 4 formation concerning any vucaniv Meal at Htarke, Florida, this 27th
before Aujr I*. Address. repile Belle and daughter Maxine of of July. .t 4OFFICIAL .
I I .* to Mre. Harry. It. HtevenM.t& A. J Thomas,
Jacksonville' were week-end fcuestsof
Went. Harris' Ave. ..... orange, AD Clerk of said Court. Bradford -Gold- Storageand
1 { I III., or notify llradford County Mr. and, Mrs! R. F. Touchton. H 'Duncan.. 511 Lynch TUdir,
q Telegraph. U Mn. Eva Blrt and Mrs. Flor- Jatkxonvlllo Florida. Atty. for Pit.
rle Bell Brown were shopping In

Gainesville! Monday. Locker ServiceWILL

''III $50 Woodrow Cutuhaw of Camp

6 ( Blending spent the week-end with

I* Ills father, the Rev. CuUhaw.Mr. I I

and, Mrs. Littleton Teu and .

WAR BOND on.guests Tommy of Mr. of and Arcadia Mrs. M.were L>. I js \ IN THE NEAR FUTURE OPEN AN

Waternon the past week

S 1-c Dennis Parker, U. S. ,

Coast Guard has returned to St.

y Given UH'reward to find a Augustine after enjoying a 12-day ULTRA

1 t ,..I house" or apartment. Imitable I leave at home. MODERN PLANTat

y for IM In Htitrkp. or within 15 Mrs. Ida Truex: arrived Saturday -

5 !t'" mils of Camp nlandbiff.You'll from, Miami and Is at the f

home of her sister, Mj-s: Lynn
't C b* helping ua and Uncle I
T Hall. Sho recently received word :

.. I* flt .' that her husband, Sgt. Truex was STARKE FLA.TO
.1 .f.fe" hone mls'lng heels .
Write or Come to reported over Germany. - and loo J ,
Mr. and Mis.. C. L. May and
M 3ee-Mrs. Jacobs Km. 12, family and Mr. and Mrs Lester Shoe Repairing At Its Bent'

Magnolia Hotel Phone 51 Kite, and son 1... J., Mrs Louise SERVE BRADFORD COUNTY
K Newmen and Mine Vera Carlton BROWNSTEENSHOE .
KW enjoyed a picnic at Samson Luke'
1 .
1 WANTKI: +5 or 8 room unfurnliihedhouBe
I 'n In Mtarke by August 1. In. Friday evening.
q 1 lulre at Wonder. lift toIh II I'. 4t Pfc. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman This plant will be
I REPAIR engineered by the Florida Ice Machinery
d4 TOU WOULD BUY OR SPJLLrnllk arrived I Sunday from Anniston
4y cows mock town, beef outHe Ala., pre Goodman returned after Corporation of Jacksonville
j if I stock bull. or hogs, get In Arrows From The Punt Office Fla., using the latest accepted
) touch with J. r>. Odom, Jr.( a short visit and Mrs. Good-
H'ix 147 tltarke.. Hx' 204 Lake practices and devices
I ,i City Telephone. 481 fake City known to the frozen food industry for

i I FOR HALF}-TO acre farm.. Live the processing of fruits, vegetables and meats. We know
, fork (' All fenced, Uorxl
l e,! / building". Running BprltiK Telephone THE that the people in this vicinity will welcome
t, ;,I. V 1 w/k' j I 133. P. O Box: H6. 7ll4-4t Htarke.| CHRISTIAN CHURCHCorner opportunity

111 , I BTTIAYKD: from pasture. near.. t. to make use of these facilities which will make available to
1' Htarke, two eteem. branded Nl, Call & Christian Streets
'' I marked crop under linlf crop each them better and
: more palatable foods at a greatly reduced
i s I, ear; red row branded O H It.1 "-
1 .
ward for Information R.

;, J t I \\alnwrlvht Htnrke. 7114.211| |> INVITES YOUTO ). living cost. No further need for waste. All produce !will be

1 XMC HALId!-3U acre farm New
the i bulldlna-ii, new fence. 3 1-S ml.
carefully processed
-: sharp frozen and placed in locker
XX north of Htarke-5 ml from tUTMandlno p your
> ,6tt ;. 1.4 ml. east of foe. "
Jax highway Aaron Hnni "-'. for future
d Oear. use at time in "fresh
r i '->l_3tp any from the garden./orm".
Y ..
bi 9yl'i

Sunday School _ __ _ _ _ I 10 a. m. .

; ,' y 6-ROOM Morning Worship _ _ __ 11 a. m.

t} I CONCRETE mVrLLINO: .. ; .. t

'pday PARTLY FURNISHED Evening Service _ _ _ __ _8 p. m. .' IMPORTANT ;' -

) ii : ", ,' FROM COl'llTHOI'SK' .' .
y UUB i '
Between the morning and evening services
1 s t AT 314 N. TtlIPLE'Eo: ,

the congregation will go to Graham to attend

Price $5.500.00 a district convention being held Sunday, July I It is required by {WJP.B. that 60 per cent of the lockers to be

4 d 42l! N. CHURCH ST. utilized in this plant must be contracted for by' individuals

'+ .s. _ before priorities
can obtained. This requirement is
I , a

'' 1 ) ","1, 'ANTKO TO HUV! -Ulnicer eleitrlo I guarantee to your Government that such critical
i .wlnl& "' ....hi..,. Write Mr.. material
Lloyd Iterrln, I'allahan. Flt.s .
,,;tI 7.21-411>> I FLORIDA THEATRE'STARKE *tt'ibe used strictly in accordance with the Food Conservation -

lo'uJt HA1.K Oil TUA1.>I.:-One Bund
farm mule for tow or hogs. J. 11 Program.
,.. t-revutt Hampton. 7121-t In


VitaminsAT "COVER HAYWORTH GIRL"RITA For Locker Space And Information Please ContactT.


;'t Ir LOW CHAIN Frank Landrum H' E. Tucker J. E. Wilson

t ; ., AUG. 1, 2, 3
FOOD STORE PRICES .',. V, Starke Fla. Starke Fla. Starke Fla


c County Agent
; I Starke, Fla.

rV I t 7lF' 24 Tablets 15c Ritz Theatre St ar k e. Fla.

48 Tablets 29c
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". 100 Tablets 49c I SUN.-MON., JULY 30-31




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Bradford County Telegraph

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Home of the

PH Sweetest Strawberries

This: Side of Heaven

Afl y :NI'MItRIC:: _"''..'ll.T'H\I1I nun.! ..!


in Church I II Five Candidates

Now In Race

t'S For City CouncilTwo 1


i ,, , iinnounrrnn'iiti. adding! tn
the glutting Ilt I of candidates for .

thief places to be filled on the ;

r I City Council In the September 12
iU electionveie made this weeK

eIs k by two experienced! campaigners,
Tax Assessor' RV, Hayes and
I yt
Is Tax Collector C. A, Knight
S 'S s 7Kk
eIV d: tf !Moth men stilted that they will

probably issue statement at A
p later ilale but at t the 1 present. time

C'r K Si ? ;fi,' wish only to place their cunill-

dory befoin pinnprrtlvn! voters In
i the September' 12 election,
,yhu?tiWY HOW( TO SUPPLEMENT This, week's announcements

bring the total to five who are

rtFtr bidding for place.* on the City
Council In order of their announcements

. ,.. ,, they are;
"" "
i dy < ;pi I JunliiM M. Smith t

i l Jl i i + I Von H On'den!
cling IN' held ate
t ,, R \\'. Hayes
S : '! Invited to at- ; f
C, A, Knight
I located at (
Ih"j Tht'l'eI re three pint-en to be 4//

V ",' filled on the council anJ two of
(ho Incumbents whose term'
f' ex-
.' " Officers I pliu 1 thin full If, A. Bishop and
r I,. A. Davis have announced that
t ,
)< \ they' will not be candidates for

: re-election, The third expiring
council seat Is now occupied by
;;"f' SS jaid members of \K. G. Duncan who has not yet
lurch will bi Inv
H announced whether he will be a
I' :tat service HunK candidate or not.
.,.,)j.; : 0, at 8 p. m More than usual interest In being

i Church welI, pun-' shown )In the approaching
"t. .ke this an nut- j'City Election!
t, srS thin year as vot..sare ,,i'
..,' i anti all church
beginning to realize that the
,;,' ,
t el l to be present administration
," the city's affairs
lion will be ob-
It. now approaching Ilia realmof
vices next Sun- '
"big bualnem"
with revenue
., Set of the morn\ -
:\ 5S from taxes, licenses und the municipal
'art Thou Me".
} I power plant up more than
. f 31ble School cloH- ;
: 100 cent
/ per over tho flHCal year
evening/ with a 1041-42.

1t Aid the war effort ling The event school of has the Usually\ City Election 5 evoko 5

little Interest
was well attend- on the; part, of the .
public, but thill year there seems
in kitchen Y nterrst Itudent was/ man- to be a strong desire to elect men
your own ; body.
who will be well qualified to ad- ,

mlnUter the affairs of the city
r q.S omplaintsCounty during this period when money ;

Comrrils- Is flowing Into the tieaxury.,

The deadllnn for
session Monday, qualifying candidates
I'm.' for the purr" Is. August 13 and the city's Yregistration
k. 4h books will close on yj
complaints oo ills
Saturday August 12 ,
I" on real estate
i "...
w 1'
, "." Il'ty. . . . . I 1
S u
rs. Thorn LawteyBy ,

,'.. riday E"LYNVAlmEN ,
11 Dinner . . . . . . .
:L ,

I l 1,11'i11jIhj I, ,> hundred persons Billy Edward! Jr, and George k t
Shuford were In Jacksonville r
mp Bland Ing and
shopping Friday
i : .' thered at a large
. ,1 ted banquet tableb |I Phil Shuford wan a ringside I t
/ / spectator at the. Scott-liarlund

j jA /IJ corner Temple boxing match In Jacksonville on t
Ste.. lust Fllduy Friday night.

the farewell, din- Miss Linda Curradtne of Tampa -
\ IUH L. Thorn, Mis. spent several days last week with r

two suns, Phillip Mr and Mrs. F. R. Carraillne.
; --4>0. David Moore and family fa
'ho has been dl- stopped through Lawtey Saturday
+ .. USO-YMCA Club
.. evening on their way to Lees-
it two yea, ru- berg'

. to accept a ptmlnanuitt Mr. and Mr*. Hines of Tampa

YMCA on were week-ond. guests of Mrs.
ort Leavenworth
Mines' mother Mrs. Enoch Grlffls. -

.le evening came
Ernestine Moore Is spending
Ight, chairman of
some time with her cousin b
MCA committed/
Miss Lou Edwards
presented to Mr.
.. a pair of silver Miss. Vera Massey spent Thurs-

.,'J'4 1" 'l-iftli'" : *.'>fTtLitit'': ' n";,I. ,- '!lee a""" '*' 'On r|..,...|MMMNIMMt.-- .' .',,,; :: J" ..Jf" '''" .. .'camp maKIng' l1-tlt3"ofW irmejr.i! '""compotes 'as a token of esteem day with Miss\ Madeline Griffls.

future SgSC haaaaebeen" Fred F. Stump vice president.W. eight regional conferences sched- r A meeting of the City Council l'' The following girl enjoyed this. I from the community. In a brief Miss Ruth Duckworth of Live

' sketch Instructor W. T. Clute. secretary. uled for this year.It I. was postponed! from last Tuesday camping trip: Janet Anderson' I speech he praised the accomplishments Oak spent several days last week
'" recognition of his service Dll'fICtorotW. available transportation must be until next Tuesday It was an- I Vivian McRae, Idell Land- two years In Starke and expressed Mrs. Mary Dlnklns and Gus

lne Club in connection with B. Sewell, C. H. Nasworthy. kept for essential travel and the nounced this week by a memberof ,, rum. Carleen Rogers from a troop the deep egret of the community Lojdholtz were In Jacksonville

lifoup V Frank Ferarra, Chas. A. Darby wounded military personnel being the group. i of Jacksonville Girl Scouts Jo- j occasional by their, departure.Both Thursday visiting relatives.

11'9.[ Knight spoke on "M1H- and R. B. Alvarez. evacuated from the battle areas. Ann Dinkins and Jonn Carpenter Mr, and Mrs Thorn spoke Little Freddie Dlnkins Is here

and the Army Town". Membership Committee briefly, expressing their appreciation visiting his grandparents, :11'. and

'1 Chaplain Rex Elder Lawhead Junlua M. Smith chairman; ChurchBoth Collection They were chaperoned by Mrs I and their reluctance to leave Mrs. P. L. Dlnklns.
Baptist Paper
111'9.Regiment) discussed "Mlll- Guy Sale. Joe C. Hoover. Alice Anderson, Mrs G. B. Flynn Starke. Mrs. Agnes Sftpp and childrenof
and Her Husband In Advertising Committee In South Starke T. F. Land rum.i I dinner of
1lng" morning and evening ser- and Mrs. During a program Lake Butler were visiting Mrs.J .
Which for the Military Mrs. E. L. Matthews chairman; Nat vices at the Baptist Church next Next TuesdayThe i The troop returned to Starke dances and songs was presented I U MacDonald several days:

I o'clock meets on Tuesdays Sternberg. Sunday, will be conducted by Wednesday fltternoon.I by pupils of Mrs. Joy Powell anda last week.

'Illy lves" Entertainment Chaplain Daniel of Camp Blan- special waste paper drive I musical program by Mrs. L. A. Mr. and Mrs J. A. Starling and 1
are who are new In J.. B. Carlisle chairman; VV. B. dlng. now being conducted will end .At The Tabernacle Canova pianist Chaplain Rex Miss Joyce Bennett were visiting y
urg.d to attend a New S. L. Peek. the second time announced i Lawheud vocalist and Mrs. Wil '
'r', Coke Mundy, This will! AUK. IS t- T. Djer Mrs. Maggie Hudson In Jacksonville ,!
stay at hour any Monday that Chaplain Daniel has occupiedthe ys'slerdey but paper will continue I The regular Friday evening ser fred Schrader, violinist. Monday. t

''ted l at 2 201 o'clock. The Club Pine Level 'Church pulpit of the Starke Baptist to l 1x9 picked up even'af- vice at the Tabernacle will be The large number of distinguished Mrs. Fred Moore and children ''j
t. North Walnut church and all who heard him before lor that ilale. [. conducted by District Evangelist [ guests present from are In Tampa visiting relatives '

You are cordially Invited to a were splrlually Impressed and The city trucks will collect D. R. Dlckert of Ormond, former out of town Included Lt. Col. I j H. C. Kelly and Marvlne Warren *

basket dinner and aU day serviceat strengthened by his message. paper on 'all !St. and the pastor of the Holy Hill Baptist Joe R. Ilyerly Chief of Personnel were business! visitors In
'uth Arrested Pine Level Baptist Church located All service men their wives South half of town nest Tu....- Church now associatlonal District Branch Camp Blanding; Lt. Col! j jS. Starke Thursday.

r Wielding on Road 43 4 miles west of visitors and "strangers withinour d"yule.. 8. *oil ,Mr. Dyer Evangelist.Mr.: E. Mlnlkes, Director of Secur
Knife Starke on Lake Butler Highway, gates' 'are cordially Invited to urge greater cooperation on \ Dlckert will also speak at ity and Intelligence Division, bars I, T. George of MI..mlspent

1IIng Ii. C. Wainwright,; was Sunday. August Sth. Sunday these services. A warm welcome the part of the. public since the the open air meeting Saturday Camp Blandlng; W I'. Buckwalter several days last week with
Mr. .
and Mrs. C. B. Benne
M. the Night Owl "Juke" School begins at 11 o'clock and awaits each and everyone of you special drive t Ia so near an rml. night, and again at all the services regional supervisor of USO d
betore dawn preaching at 12 o'clock.l Services at the First Baptist Church cor- Mr. Dyer plan to vlnlt. all Sunday. for Florida; C. V. Gross, Red Mrs C. B. Bennett and Joyce
Saturday by
utv e '!rl" McKlnMY after will be announced for the after ner Clark and Jefferson Streets. nctioolA now open and urge I At the Soldier Hour Sunday Cross Field Director Camp Bland Bennett were visiting k1 Starke, 1

'It knifed a soldier during a noon at that time., Come worship student and *-achr. to gather afternoon special honor will be Ing; and Lt. Col. Edwin R. Carter, Tuesday.Friend. 'I
1'e1. with us, old time Gospel RECEIVES PROMOTIONWord : all paper possible In the paid to the boys who( have as- Post Chaplain, Camp Blandlnjr. and relatives of Mrs. J

Dough no affidavit had been singing and preaching. next few days M' that the slated In the Tabernacle work. Mrs. R. A. Green was chairman Perry Davis will be glad to learn 11
been received '
Oil has of for the dinner that she Is home from the hospital -
Bradford County contestants and who have gone overseas or arrangements ;
yesterday official said he F
,It charged with assault Mr. and Mr. E. M. Hutto and of the promotion the of rank Cpl. of Ser- may be chosen king and queenof moved on to other camps. and E. L. Matthews served as and doing fine. N
John to
Intent to kill daughter, Patsy of West Palm St. the drive. The public I I. invited to attendall toastmaster. Members of the Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kelly were
He Is stationed at CampJackson
Waa released Tuesday morn- Beach are spending this week geant. of these service CSO served. vUItaig[ In Starke Tuesday ,
on bond. Hutto S. C. .
with Mrs. Tillman



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+ Food Conservation Is Motor Obfcefivc For Every Housewife fi.l'iilmd

41 t .. hfts ..4 .....,..
wha. 50% of .. -.
..... Now.
PAGE SIGHT ... d_ before .nJ tsA Md ... ..- Ie Nt h goi.y' to loJdi.n; atI (
M aay s ......"'.... U It.. arv.r w ... .. foods IroN twamae41 prod .
... ._If t !I. .U.. sHli.! CU tIe fcarJv. plans ..d ..u. full' r.rd. for the
Slid kern
aJ- "' .
.. . aid 1ts.f
'. wOtt.. th.'vfire \ hol.hsSf.a. us .
lids I/eppi
_" frees whom alt. Uic...d.. <.i. far -* SWMIM"srtsg. Ifs ... "? I
r. CLASSIFIEDS: ] .p.... U geed. oM-r ilrio. ...< 'c.nii.. .p .fraita .... ** sad first'-16h b $h. dlet.t. .f {lie tm! ... Flntthia. I

j .;" Hampt few 8th... It' wig be. a eves! man tat._ .,,00+ .t ca-illt thaa la' FIrst.. mess fhisgs fnlih must lied con...gat.l>l.. end p......,. ...." IIuts for..sat.
{ WANTED By. I tin'burn HiHi previous wilt y..te.Out some the .rt tI U. sad ... col."" ..., .t.. ..*..... *- the ..i....'. _11-.Mrs........Hcm.... m.als._l..After c*> add If her there.I'.lvas..I "I4Ig... few, I."'.. ,.m..g.. y

e. t .. end. ... *... .I U I wash .b.n.r. f.sMo..d Into .. Koontif tibias Uf, mssls.
:" ..tta1'l on purtrnentft, ht>u"e* 01 e e .a. <.Jryi 4 each yes. e end to provM. x..t cud tang to
h .b. pials
loruted within 20 sot .".....u..d wits .I.*. Out mat com. Jetty glass { rs t* loci with' ...n-ita.till.d prld. .t th.l
ioniro for rent, .. .. rtwini.J | md rwdftfc to .." At usmmers ...d. f.mgi.s as
i Mai Miouer! w.tlod I.... .p.An ..n- IM with which to stretch their vatic
,IM., miles of Rtarke Mra, Frances Wart. .;, *.o...bUt sad Imitfc; OM ..._ the liKK. will eoi ... (N own. capboerda. far theN wig b.thet the$It mesas caa Insdatsis th........... in .... belt
t 119 Kant Call !HI reel Il Cn.d with the ....+1.. 1HntI.] .... pnp.ratiea for vijitar mo tn. p.t.fs ..d tho ossarasa will the f. C sq fist th.y'v. do" their Jy
Wads coupled '
; : MIH. Mnrjorle Tmpwiiia; .1 Hits ecnVHy wit,I .b. ._ .Ji..p,..... Ao.fllifi of ....It" .ad .lIid.1KYo front-the food frOlt"
f -I W. T. CLUTE. Realtor !'olnt hoatpHHox Hi a t ton Food vMcJi c mot .b. _d. new matt .b* lewd. few ....rA.. vhe fees. pert ea oss indisp.aa.bk prodecfio
Tur'fiilay night! at
llouneholrl finnltiirwI
: fHtllA -- .
y I-', J, jlh..w.-l..wtp, ) I tl) tlan Church, given I

i' Mm' J. C Wynn. the
hnumi, I mplttelv -
FOIl HUNT: -* room
j fllrn..h.. wrnvenlenee". Thane 1111 U Interesting game of "1

/ ; I Foil HA UK-3 1'1...-.. prewar HvJ'''K erll" was enjoyed and
'Ji + room ..1111... gaul "lJn"ltiun-flO.; Sweeney was the luck Golden Rules Make Canning Easy

t.i f. i't) t FOIL tatty'-NALld6 Anent" llox- 600 room Htarke..lioune t tlf. In> the prIze. a pair of BIpUcqueM

,' t.lMilnliirite: l"t. partly furnlrliod Another fun-provol
< t Mm V It. llnrrell 205 N .
i \\'.llor. 1-hone 00-J HP wan "Thn Bridal Co -

I'j.'i" 1'11'1':1I1Y rompctent\ hiniKifUi'cprrwhin while Franres Expressed Wadsworth in RonJ("'' Fill Your Pantry: Shelves of Four Methods

liirty. poKltlon HM Have Choice
;.{h w4 loom In avallnlile, Cull lit ImprovlKPd tale of thdo The Patriotic "yYOU I Canners
2M N. Chrl' -
'1 Mr. KI Howllnn- ) pair, and Mm. W
1 II! flan Wl Mm, M 1 e Himglmy. ill
i irI t rendering the munlc haven't canned before Put ;TOOT worries aside, for
j I ::' WANTMHulenmun: and ''ollet tnr popular songs. .. ; follow these golden ruIn of canning, you: can
dn' Kurnllurel..uini families hare been advised that they stand a better
JiBiimurk the
f ileum niiuij- pot your fruits and vegetable up successfully. A fiance at the daily food requirements issued by chance,
1 '
,-. 'I' The honoree won approved if families
e Ut":\ v Select the freshest possible food for there' less chance government chow that 50% of those requirements include having an application team togtth
i\ the most correct i ac and Both essential for health and ..ffiIf! yon can't buy. a steam pressure canner perhaps .
1 1I'f"\R L\I.I' l i- >r nn ''Th'ht.i Klurenca oil cook (..loveid In thU> musical elllll fruits and vegetable should be given a thorough dunking in ciency. Home- I. t :3-tiurncr Near'; oil aunt miniature animal stl which also harbor ilwashed canner and will lend it or who win do your in
!l t', 'ova. each with ovn. W. C. plenty of water *o that dirt germ. within their limited point allowance. canning (e
t tr Voolon, Ktarko. I tpVK given her. oS and spoilage prevented. There are many different methods of canning that can bused change for some Job you can do for her.

, rvd After thin many ll Don't expect: to can ;roar whole victory garden produce successfully at home. Bat before actual canning begin If ;you don't buy or borrow, yon may still find a waj 1 h
,1 J e f row with I'KNNIJli': my mock mmy, Owner Kiiiwn may linen and lace wen .n in one grand .weep. U ;yon'r overly ambitious :you'll there are certain important principles of canning which the us* a steam pressure canner, for many a community! wjj,It
QI+ lull at my farm 1 1-2 mll<-, north. admlied. by the bl tire before the Job can be completed with the car and atten- bomemaker must understand. up a food preservation center this summer.

,i "., of I'arlton Htarlc and claim) Hume I.Ill H l I' host of frlendi. Ml tion to detail that' necessary. Remember canning's an pact A safe old-fashioned rule to follow when canning: U to *ee A canner for your tomatoes and fruits is no special prc

: o t her appregfsweet ) science. Beside, ;you can't cat down on processing time. It that .vegetable and fruits ar* "two hours from garden to the lam Tb best way to process these foods is in a boilii

"' 1.1 HT mimewni-re, ,two pia'.In green utiirkt",,nlt.W Its1'r -l-lneiulny pressed and gracloutj j take Just so long to work tb* miracle of sterilisation which jar That's a rush but us* only foods which are a* fresh as water bath and probably ;yon have the makings of i cant
'' ward for return tn MitiKl" I Imvli, will keep ;your food in first class condition during the month. possible, in young prim condition. right in the kitchen. AU that U needed is a good-sized !ketor !'
1' .,...,1{ HlHtanre offl" *, HittilhernKelt charming pemonalltj it stands on the shelve awaiting use. Four different method of canning are by PRESSURE wash boiler, or any other sizable container with a go
( Telephone 1 0. Up l A delightful puna:; On the day that you plan to can don't figure on getting be enough for water to the
hostf COOKER. WATER BATH that Is, by submerging th. Jar lid. It must deep cover !jar toi
, Hl'KNCKH: HIU'I'OUTX Inrtlvliltmllvte served by the that laundry out of the way or giving your clothe mothproof in booing water by a THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLLED about 2 inches. You will need to contrive a rack 01( wood 0
lnn<- Wont Madlnon' St. j.Z8.: >t|) up OVEN or by the OPEN KETTLE method. wire to fit In the bottom. The boiling water must bubble u
*. Wynn In a fo get fresh vegetables, or if you; buy them set Big Ben for the ud fa of these IDIIthflow all around, over and under each Jar.
addition OM
In the )
to equipment
1 I Wll.lj UK IN -STAItKi.; about. thrmlddle *. of Hampton an It crack of dawn and tie a bandana around ;your hair and off
of August and would Ilk*
and their many ft :yon go to market
'tl,, lu have rooms" for Unlit HOUHBk -
",plnK, miinll al'| ''''Imrnt" or them much \hnpplna Its a good Idea to check jars and canning equipment the
', hOIl.. My hucunnd rllnndlnic will hs l an awti ture. day before yon actually do :your canning. See that jars do CANNING ARITHMETIC
Instructor at Camp
1i expvut, tn l he In Htarke forHome ---' not have any nick or cracks around the MaUDe edge If* of
quart or
tI"", .. Will appreciate' Information Mr. and Mrs.' Lon poor economy to re-ose rubber band Use this handy table for determining
+ 'p any vacancy pint Jan you will seed for canning fruits_and vegetables.>>
rnng.r and
1 I' pile bcfor to *11I1'". Harry JUr A II
i *I Went llarrla Av.. .., Ua. trance, of Mr. and Mrs R. After fruits or ..vegetable are packed In the Jars wipe the .te..4 basket crate (1 bu.) cans 20-23 qts. Peaches. ..............1 bu. (50 lb.) cans 18-ZOqts.

I"; r1 4 i Telegraph III.', or notify Hradfoid County U' Mrs. Eva Dirt at edge of the Jar before adjusting cap. Food particle which Aiytragas..............24 lb. erate cans 7-e qts. Pear..... ..... .., ...lbu. (58 !b.) cans 20-24 qts.

li'r} ,t Bell Brown wen lodge between edge of Jar and cap prevent perfect: seat Beans llJDa..l ba. (28 Ib.) cans <-S qts. Peas............. ,. ...1 bu. (32 Ib.) cans 1-16I1h.
r Galneavllle Monday Avoid packing starchy vegetable too tightly. For the Beans, snap..1 baa (t4 lb.) cans 16-x0 qts. Pineapples..... .:... 15 pineapples yield! 30 pts.

CuUhBlandlng starchy vegetable, leave on. inch space between top of Jar Beets................ .Ibo. (60 Ib.) cans =-z.a qts. Plums.. .......... .. ,1 b a. ((56 Ib.) cans 24-30 q t s.
Woodrow and allow for For fruits ........ crate 15-24 qts.
i $50 vegetable to expansion. pre-cooked Berries. ...... 2qt. cans Ib.
Sgaash..1 bn. ((40 ) cans 16-20 qts.
spent the r and berries, allow one-half inch from top for fruits whichare Carrots..1 ba. (SO lb.) cans 20-22 qts.
his father the Rev/; inch. 20-25 Strawberries....... ..24-qt. crate cans 10.15 qts.
allow stD. qts.
cold-packed, one Cherries.... .%......1 baa ( ) cans
.a Mr. and Mrs. LIU Steam-blanching mean cooking in steam Vegetable ar* Corn.l bn.(whole lr.enael.tJle)(72 lb.)cans 8-9 qts. Sweet potatoes........Ibu. (52 lb.) cans 16-20 qts.

//11J1. s WAR BOND lion Tommy of 5 5guenU j steam-blanched before they are packed hi sterile jars for Grapes..1 ba. (48 Ib.) cans 16-20 qts. Tom.toes..l bu. (56 lb.) cans 15-20 qts.

X of Mr ana processing. Som. prefer pre-cookLng or plunging In boiling

;, A ', ( \Vaternon the pastS water, But recent research reveals that steam-blanching retain -

4 rS " 1-c Dennis I, more vitamin. Steam-blanching i* necessary to stop enrymattc ods, you' mast hare utensils for preparing the vegetable. Oven Method of CanningBoth

\ }.. I )' Coast Guard has rt action set the color improve flavor to save vitaminsOsy jars. caps, rubbers and storage space. Utensil for preparing gas and electric ovens which have accurate heat eon
: Given a* reward to find s>. after enjt include several kettles with tight-fitting
:f ; ; Augustine vegetable large troll may b* used for canning fruits and vegetables Ca
:t L1 '..1', 1, hoiiH" <1 or apartment HU I table leave at home covers, a wire basket, colander measuring spoon and cup, gasoline oil and wood heated ovens are not equipped wid

I '' .',:1 for UN In Starke or wltMn 15mlloa Mrs Ida True I a funnel a bay Jelly-roll pan or cookie sheet to place on thermostats and should not be used. !

;' ,,' of Camp Blandlng. day from Miami I &or of the oven should liquid boil out from the jars during After tomatoes or fruit are packed in jars to within I
40 home of her State processing by the oven method. half inch of the top to allow room for expansion caused t b1
1.} ,' s 1 You'll hf Ix-lplng u* and Uncle Hall. She recently Th press or* cooker is most reliable for canning. non-add heat and for boiling screw on tops and then loosen !y4 of

t that her husband. E vegetables. There's a very good reason too. In vegetable turn Set Jars at least 1 inch apart directly on oven nek
i. : j ; reported mln'lng o\ tberVa prevent a very destructive germ Botulinus, by name. Do not use top unit in oven canning. Start counting process
Phone, Write or Comes Mr. and Mrs. C, The germ lodge itself in the coil and becomes absorbed by log time when indicator reglsten.250* F. and do not ally

; : : 3ee--Mrs. Jacobs. Km. 12, family and Mr an the vegetable while it grow. It's hard to detect Botulinu heat to exceed that temperature during proceising tim

it ; i Magnolia Hotel I Phone 51 Kite and son, L. J) for it doesn't hang the color of the vegetables or cause an Remove Jars at end of processing time, and complete lealh
odor of oi1ac.. However one become ill from eating
Newmen and Mlna The open kettle method was popular formerly and U 1 t
\ enjoyed a picnic at canned vegetable, and there are many cases on record of used to some extent for fruits and tomatoes. Many horn

} \VANTKlv-H or A room tmf urnlHl).'d. Friday evenlnif. Botulism poisoning} In the United States. maker who have used it stand by it steadfastly as it ci

wt house. In at Htarke Wonder by llft August Hho\i I., Iniulr 41 Pfc. and Mrs. Se produce excellent results, although, used carelessly, the dept

'!]I' 4 Hi arrived Sunday fr Extreme Temperatures Bring of spoilage can be very high Tomatoes or fruits ir. the
. 4': yOU! WOULD BUY On Nr9LIrI' ought:! precooked and then packed into hot, sterile Jars II
&I, Goodmai
stock bf cuttli Ala., Pfc.
i milk cowl, cown Death To Botulinus
.. ltj c -i t >, mock bulls or HOUR, set lr ter a short visit ai higher degree of safety Is desired, it's a good idea to tak
I touch. with J. n Odom Jr.,, extra precaution and place the Jars after they have ta
Hoe 14T Ht rki>. Hot 204 Lnki Most effective: methods of eliminating BotoHncs are ex- InZSO.F.
1, I filled and sealed, into a hot water bath for 5 minutes, or
', I City. T.lephon. UI take City\ tram beat, extreme: cold dehydration or brining. Extreme
1-6-44 25 minutes.Other .
grime quality produce dowel be yres.rre4 beat means a temperature of 240F. or over. Neither the oven
: roil HAI.R 70 acre farm. ..lvCl nor the water' bath can give THIS HIGH DEGREE OF

r ', 'I stork bulldtnRs.( crop.Running All f"xprlnR nced' Trio-flood FIR For steam-blanching use a deep vessel with a wire basketor TEMPERATURE!: inside the Jar and for this reason the steam Method of Preserving Food

: r I phon. 133. 1'. O. llox 448. Hturko. THE colander and a tight fitting cover. A deep-we11 cooker will pressure cooker must be used with non-add vegetables. Thi.type Dehydration Is one of the oldest methods of canning
7114-4llBTHAYKn > of canning gives of 217F. INSIDE THE is being revived with great interest this year. Oven drying
r ; : do. Plac. enough: water in bottom of vessel to cover one- a temperature
I A. '' from posture n.a i iHtarko half inch put vegetable in basket cover tightly, and stem JAR. who the pressure gang registers 240'F. enough to used with special wood racks or wire racks to dry vegetabii
t Pit Iwo rtrvr brumloil Nltrmrkifi >. for 5 minutes. do away with Botalinns. home caDDer"a enemy No. LIt thoroughly after they have been steam-blanched.

1 ; r.d crop pow under hrHniloil half O crop H. en K<'"1ar Hot-pack applies to fruits or vegetables which are precooked I* true that steam pressure canners are hard to obtain Quick-freezing is used in communities where cold tora
j ward for Info"llon-.r. ItWmlnwrlght CorneH blanched in this locker facilities are available. Foods preserved In this! *>
or steam some way before packing into year. But there are enough new and old canners to do a
1 ,i Stark! are easy to the vegetables requiring only iwn
sterile Jar for processing.Coldpack great deal of work if they ar* used wisely and generously. prepare
I ,; + >-<>lt HAl.l'J-30 acre farm. Nbiilliilnitii .' mean that the fruit or vegetable U not cooked There win be 1SO.OOO steam manufactured blanching, then packing In cartons, the fruits and berriei( v

'4 .M ,i I north of murk, new*-fcnvo.5 ml., from S 1-1<1..till'inrFMantltnir. '. 1 I before packing into Jars and processing. For vegetables, salt this year.' They win be the size pressure to bold canners seven quart Jars at a 'prepared as for table sugared then packed in transpire

N+ Y 14 1.4 ml. .....t ofIn1!. and water are added (one teaspoon of salt per pint), and for time. This isn't nearly so many each canners a* homemakers bags and sealed. .
r r1 drill. Ja* hlwhway. Aaron Hum; fruits one of the syrup would buy, given the chance.
I n >r. 7.2Atl| ,
i Rl: t Most popular canning syrup this season win be a 1ichtItJ'f1IP The** new team pressure canner win be rationed, because BE CAREFUL !
t which doe not require too much sugar. Ttis 1 Ie frequently that way each star receives its quota, and also effort
FOR SALEs Sunday referred to as a light syrup and U mad by boiling can be mad to ace that the canner go to individuate or and In canning non-acid vegetables such as I'gricolter
corn, etc., the U. R Department of
r Morninf minute together one cup of sugar and three cup of water for 5 troops who win make extra-good tIN of them. recommends the use of a pressure cooker to Inm"

s, Irk an egr cultural county, the county farm rationing e1 en. absolute safety. Several state (where the botnltoj
,Yi t'' : CONCRETE DWELLING: ', Fruits may be canned with plain water instead of syrup mitten ua charge of considering applications\ and granting organism ha* never been found) recommend tie het
PARTLY FURNISHED Evening bat the appearance: of the fruit is not a* good nor i* the taste purchase eer1i ate.. I. non-farming county a corn lace water bath for vegetable, but ,inch methods are sty

r4 i i TWO BLOCKS eta good with fruits canned with syrup who be assigned to take car of this rationing. And ci&- endorsed by the Department of Agriculture.

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t ",....hlne. Writ Mrs, .
uill be used in
d ttv' LJoyd llwrrln. fultnrmn, Fla.f1 strictly with the Food Conservation

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Observance of Directions and started on its way to processing. Objectionable bacteria Pressure Cooker Safest For Home of the
Close develop most rapidly and do the most damage between the

I Success temperature. of 105-150 F. Fill the pressure cooker with Non Acid PH Sweetest: StrawberriesThis '
Canning only VegetablesA
Leads to as many jars as it will take.

If self sealing cap is used, fasten firmly tight before Side of ]Heaven
Important contribution every homemaker can pressure cooker offers the greatest degree of safety for
processing It is not to tighten this after
.ervlng well-balanced meal necessary type non-acid and meats for it is the only
Tb.f1w effort I is In every processing. For cine canning vegetables way
used with rubber band tight,
cap screw
atria means the serving of at least two daily serv. loosen in which to get the 240F. temperature necessary for"de.
This J4 turn then
process screw tight processing.
!*,"''.day tables. To assure her family of getting this quota After jars have been processed and seal completed when stroying Botulinus. If you do not own a cooker yourself, try
a&* non-growing season Mrs. Homemaker should begging; or borrowing one from a friend of yours, or apply to NT:Mil Ell KOKTY-ONK
the place several thicknesses of cloth
of necessary on paper or away
_*day what she will need during the summer. from drafts. Let cool thoroughly before storing la a cool your ration board to see if you are eligible to get one of the ,

psTbe .fnl canning of vegetables is not difficult. There place. Although it may be obvious what the jar contains, it'sa few that is being made available this ,year. Community can. Church '

"few" general rules ,which should be observed in can. good idea to label them with the name of the product and nine is becoming popular in many communities, and a pres. in I'Five CandidatesNow

irs""i!? The first one is selecting a vegetable that the date canned.If sure cooker may be made available to them.
oht aU and tender. The young, tender freshly gatheredJoUTg. the jars do not appear perfectly sealed after testing, it Pressure cookers are easy to use if you follow directions '

h ui have more food value than the over-mature there's leakage or bubbles rising in the jar they should be t et In Race \

:eilnd the keeping quality and flavor Is better. opened and re-processed at once for one-half their original

all vegetables thoroughly. Soils are usually heavily processing time, then sealed and tested a* before. A new cap . ,.f ,Rt
Wash bacteria, caulimg.Ipoilage and the washing will must beused in the case of re-procesilng. ' ', 't' %

JAden with particles of soil which might otherwise cause A For City Council

remoVI these Use Extra. Care In Canning ?
"'"Jlge. etep In guarding against spoilage and As
Another food value In canned: vegetables. (Is workingrapidlY Meats. Poultry FishMeat I Two announcements, adding! to

rtlaming with more the vegetable carrying every step of the canning 'the growing list of candidate for ;

without delay. To help speed up the procedure see can be canned at home with successful results-but thife, places to he filled on the

thrOugh canning equipment is clean and In readiness, before the every detail of the canning procedure must be followed to 1r j City Council In the September 12 A

stet the the ktter..Many homemakers will .election west made this W'II'Kby '

have meat, poultry, fish fowl ana , two experienced campaigners,

Processing game which they will want to Tax Assessor. K. \\'. Hayes and\ I
Preparation Required HotW.te.Ia'1l ".,... ..c.o.., to help stretch those red '
Vegetable Mlnahe MIn.M ,..wh preserve I Tnx Collector C. A. Knight
points next winter.
Both men mntoil' that they willprobably
Wash, precook 3 minutes Make sure that the meat which I# 4 . W 'W'I
10 'Issue statements nt alater
Asparagus pack 180, 40 you use for canning is the flesh ri uv
.date but at the present time
of healthy, correctly slaughtered Lc$ '
Wash, string, cut or leave wllth only to place their candidacy -
St.lng 180 40 10 animals. If you are doing the

leans Wax whole; precook 5 minutel-- slaughtering yourself, confine the _... ___ __ ___ _____..m_...__ before )prospective voter In
Shell grade, wash precook 5 the September 12 election.
; 180 5S 10 animal 24 hour before killing, Follow Direcriio s When Using Pressure Cooler ,
leans, Lima minutes then pack and give water but no feed. Thl week' announcements

retain cook 15 Neither frighten nor chase the bring the total to five who
Wash, stem: 120 40 10 know the ABC. of its operation. Here are the rule to are
Beets minutes slip skins pac animal before slaughter, hang follow when using it: bidding tor places on the City

Remove outer leaves, wash: head down Immediately after the level of the Council, In order of their nn-I
Fill the cooker with boiling water up to
kewh tproub precook 5 min..add fresh water 120 40 10 bleeding.slaughter Draw to permit drench thorough the carcass rack Place oover on it and preheat while you are preparingthe nOllnCl'm<'ntll they are:
dbb.g. L M Guinea 1
Wash peel; precook 5 ml- with cold water to remove food for the cooker. r' II I I

Carrots utel, pack hot 120 35 10 blood. Wipe perfectly dry with To prepare food, clean thoroughly, steam-blanch or pre. I Jiinhm M, Smith

Remove outer leaves, wash; dean cloth. cook it and pack into sterile jars. Place on lids and twist tlnK In held at Van 1 H.( GardenR. i
150 35 10- and veal shouldbe crew band down firmly. \V Hayes p
Cauliflower precook 4 minutes. pacL- Pork mutton fe invited to ate :
chiDed thoroughly 24-38 hours Put the filled jar into pressure cooker being,careful to C A. Knight
located At ho
Remove precook
: 210 80 10 while beef needs 30-48 hour chill lee that none of them touch each other and allowing for i There are three place. to be
Ccb mlnutel
Corn on pace of heat. Adjust lid to cooker and fasten clamps. filled
ing. Make certain that at no time circulation on the council and two of
,Cut from: cob: precook S during chilling should the meat Leave petcock open to allow steam to escape for 5.10 min. the Incumbent whose term ex-1

Corn, Whole-K.rnol minutes, pack 210 80 10 freeze as this gives an inferior utes. AU air inside cooker must be exhausted to prevent officers \ pirn IliU full-II, A. ni,hop and

.Wash, steam to wilt, product. when canned. spoilage and leakage. Ij, A. OavU -have announced! thnt
Greens, .n kind. pack loolely 180 60 10 Cut meat into pieces desirablefor Close petcock and let pressure mount to desired tempera. tiled they will not be candidate for
less than required
precook'SParsnips canning. Trim meat free of ture. When the pressure is about one pound I re-election\ The third expiring
Wash pare: then turn down heat. Watch temperature ening
Turnips minute.. pack ,gO 35 excess fat as this helps its pre and amount do not let pressure fluctuate. Always process the I council anal In now occupied by

) servative qualities. Also remove gauge to hurry processing; time. luu',1 members of I I K.I G. )Duncan who has not yet
only :
Shell grade (use young bruised heavy connective required time, for there's no way
.180 60 10 gristle, spots cooker lurch will bt In- announced, whether he will b" n u
Peal precook 3 min.. pack loosely tissue and bones If they When processing I II completed, remove pressure
bake LET PRESSURE GAUGE FALL TO Slul service Sung candidate or not.
in and
Cut pieces, steam or are too large. from heat
Pumpkin, Squash until tender, pac 180 60 10 Use a damp cloth to wipe ZERO. Then open petcock gently, allow steam to escape 0, at 8 p,, nt.Churchwell. More than usual Interest U being -
and liquids will be drawn from jars. pm-: Known, In the
or juices npprofichlng
Pack cold, add salt meat clean, but do not allow it to very slowly \
Sauerkraut water 30Vegetable stand in water. Fish and strong- Do not turn jars upside down or handle them unneces eke this an outs City IClectloa this. year at: voter ,,'

no flavored game, however, are usu- sarily. Place them on several thlcknesse of cloth somewhere unit. all churched lire beginning to realize that tho .

Preparation and Processing Guide ally soaked in salt water before protected from drafts. When the jars are cooled completelyfor seaU- to be present administration of the city' affair

.-.-.-"--...1.'a" 24 hours, at least-remove screw bands, and test for lion will be ob- In flowapproachingthe realm '041

Check the cooker Meat may be hot-packed or cold-packed for canning but ervlcen next Sun- of "big butilneaa", with revenuefrom ;"
ork the vegetable la begun. pressure In the steam' Oct of the mommi .
on order. it-is preferable to use hot pack with processing taxes, licenses end the municipal
be used to see that it is in working PRECAUTIONAU ''I''
is ,
that to Thou Me"Bible ,
it canner cooker.If power plant up more than
cracks sharp pressure
nicks or
amine the sealing edge of seal.the jars Discard for the, imperfect ones. cold-packed, place raw meat In jars and add salt but no home canned meats and vegetables must be boiledIn School clou- 100 per cent over the fiscal year 'y

Igei that would prevent a thoroughly water. Meat prepared in this way will make its own juice. vessel for 10-15 minutes before using or tasting. evening with a 1941.42. gl;
Wash the jars well in hot soapy water cook meat until % to J4 done an open used in salads.A .
To use the hot pack to meats and 'vegetables The school has j
folded cloth until ready to usewee This applies Usually City Election: evoke
1 invert them on a clean until almost all pink has disappeared at the center. Use ling event of the "
number of Jar caps are on hand to com- or baking little Interest on th, part of the \ (,,1
that a sufficient method of cooking desired-steaming, broiling, or wa well attend.
instructions any
the canning and be sure to check over the desirable it tends to make meat public, but till* year there seems <
lete roasting. Frying is least as in canning. Take a spoon
It step was man.
the particular type of jar cap you have chosen. sterile jars, then cover seal test is an Important to be a strong desire to elect men 'r
in hot sound
uiing dry and flavorless. Pack meat If it gives off a clear ringing student body.
boiling. j Leave at and tap the lid gently. who will be well qualified to ad- ,
uor may not 'require with gravy or broth for better flavor. Add salt. dip caused by the vacuum inside, the ,
Sealing" cap is used, it needs free: Process immediatelyafter and the lid has a alight seal minister the affairs of the city
"Self of jar the
When the two-piece least Y of an inch at top If the lid give out with a dull sound
no boiling. Simply place the lids in a pan and pour boiling packing according to directions given in time table.It seal Is perfect.In this last case, replace the lid with a now one omplaintsCounty during this period when money

Inter over them. When the Jar U filled with the hot vegetable, is best not to roll cuts of meat in flour before they are la i imperfect. for half the original time. Is flowing Into the treasury.The \

Tplact the lid on the jar, with sealing composition neat to glass packed In jars for canning. When the meat is re-heated it I il and reprocess imperfect seal by wiping off rim of jar before Coramlsi deadline for qualifying candidate .
will require no Avoid an ,
tad screw the band firmly tight. This cap of the hot apt to have a warmed over taste. Flour also retards penetration Jars should not be Inverted after processing. Monday U. August 13: and the city's .
fastening cap.
handling for
[further tightening, thus eliminating the of heat in processing.! m. pur- registration books will clone on .
removed from the pressure I ,complalnm con-
when they are ,
jars to teal them, Saturday, August" 12.
Mker or canner. Processing nu/ on real estate \,

Meat Processing Required erty. . . . . . . t mLawtey

Hot Pack Method for Most .Vegetable Hat W.t.f P....",. Cookvr

The hot pack, method should be used for mOlt vegetables. In Mlrmt.1-Tim. Tim.IS In Lb.MinulM rs. Thorn :
In water for a few minutes,
This means boiling the vegetables 'vegetable riday I.YN WAKKKN ,
cells and to shrink the lly EV":
to remove sir from the food the vegetable hot thoroughly. Precook, pack, add salt 1 teaspoon 60 . . . i
to make packing more uniform. Packing Lamb, Veal Bleed well and cool pack raw. Then process. 180 11 Dinner ,
the heat of processing. As soon as the precooking Beef Steak to quart, add 3 to 4 tablespoon liquid. Or
will also ipeed up while to Billy EJwardi, Jr., and George 1
should be packed add salt 1 teaspoon hundred
time is up on vegetables they at once, to Bleed 'Well and cool thoroughly.: Precook, pack, 180 60 persons Shuford. wen In Jacktumvllla ,
the canner Then process.
hot and the jars placed in Pork liquid. Or pack raw. Blandlng and
boiling it should be used quart, add 3 to 4 tablespoon mp chopping Friday.
cooker is 3 to
poceu. If a pressure to quart. Add thered at a large
brown. Pack. Add salt 1 teaspoon 180 (? Phil Shuford I
for' the Tenderloin, Ham Fry until / was a ringside
processing. Then process I
deal in size you will get a Pork Chops tablespoons water or broth. Or pack raw. eel l banquet table spectator at the. Scott-narlund

better If the looking vegetables product vary If you a great grade the vegetable and get the into cakes. Fry or bake until...own. Pack. Add 3 to 4 table- 180 60 b, corner Temple boxing match In Jacksonville on

content of each jar as uniform as possible.\ Use the water in Sausage Shape* liquid, then process. 60 mla .t 15 lb. Sts., lad Flldaythe Friday night ;

precooked or steam-blanched to fill Precook, pack, add salt 1 teaspoon to i orM farewell din- Miss Linda Carrudlne of Tampa
which the vegetables are If Chicken Rabbit, Bleed well and cool. thoroughly. 180 [ min. Vt 10 It",
die Jars so there will be a* little vitamin loss at possible. add'3 to 4 tablespoon liquid. Or pack raw. Then process. IUd L. Thorn Mm. spent several day lant week with
in filling quart.
necessary additional boiling water may also be used Duck, Turkey soak in brine 30 minutes or parboIL Pr.- two Bonn, 1'hllllp Mr. and Mr*. F R. Carradtne.David .
the For jars of 'vegetables, add one teaspoon of salt Bleed well cool thoroughly, tablespoons liquid.
Jar. pint 4
3 to
Moore and
vegetable and for quarts, add two tea- Deer, Wild cook pack, add salt 1 teaspoon to quart 180 60
before packing. in the Birds Geese Qr pack raw. Then proc.... /ho nan been dl- stopped through Lawtey Saturday

ipooni. Precook. Pack, add salt USO-VMCA Club evening on their way to Lee -
Inch of the top, but in Bleed well Wash. go
within Y fresh 240
Usually jars are filled to Use only firm, nt two yearn, veto -
the tale of starchy foods such as corn peas beans inch-length, Fish all kinds 1 teaspoon quart. Or pack raw. Then process.v -. - -'-... accept a POM!' berg.Mr.
inch free at the top to allow and Mr/ Hines of Tampa
asparagus, it's smart to leave one auld.'T
Processing nanvnt YMCA on '
for sufficient expansion of vegetables during processing. / Meat-Preparation and were week-mid guest of Mm.Hlne stir'

work u fast as possible once the food b4. been beaud. 1' :art Leavenworth, *' mother, Mr*. Enoch GrlffU. -

le evening clime Mills Ernestine Moore Is spending -

Ight chairman of some time with her cousin,
\ YMCA committee Mis Lou Hdward. 4

to Mr.
presented Miss Vera Mosley spent Thurs

-" -stt pair of silvercomput day with MIllS Madeline Griffin.

\ -, -- ,---""",- ".. .. .-. "' "' ''(!amp 'maKing'd total( .lr'- \\J-niilellT: ea; aa a token of esteem MINI Ruth Duckworth of Live
'roectaea-onpoerptntemettt'arrwtneeight thin from the community. In a brief
: A meeting of'the City Council The following girls enjoyed Oak spent several last week
| future Sgfcotly"We"ate:: ?: vice president. conferences scheduled days
Fred F. Stump regional from last Tuesdayevening camping trip: Janet Anderson' speech ho praised accomplishments
postponed with Mr. and Mra. Joe Brown.
sketch Instructor, has been W. T. Clute, secretary. for this year. wan meeting date, Ann Flynn. Margaret Fowler of Mr. Thorn during his

red with a 50-hour USO Jos. E. Wilson, treasurer. It was plated by O.D.T. that all the regular it was announced Betty Vivian McRae, Idell Land- two year In Starke and expremetl Mr. Mary Dlnklnn and Gu

|'n recognition of hIs service Director: available transportation must be until next Tuesday, member Carleen Rogers from a troop the deep regret of the community Load!holt i were !In Jacksonville

k Club In connection with W. B. Sewell C. H. Naavrorthy, kept for essential travel and the this week by a of rum Jacknonvllle, Girl Scouts, JO-j occaalonel by their departure. Thursday visiting relative.

I group. Frank Ferarra, Chas. A. Darby wounded military personnel being of the group. Ann Dlnkini and Joan Both Mr, and, Mr. Thorn spoke Little Freddie Dlnkln I Is here

\V Knight spoke on "Mllt- and R. B. Alvarez. evacuated from the battle areas. ter. briefly, expressing their appreciation visiting his grandparent, Mr. and

Mrs. and the Army Town". Membership Committee chaperoned 1 by Mrs I and their reluctance to leave .tn. P. L. Dlnkln

Chaplain Rex Elder Lawhead Juniua M. Smith, chairman; Baptist ChurchBoth Paper Collection Alice They Anderson were Mn. G. B. Flynn Slal ke. Mr, Agnes Sapp and children

s'rs.Regiment) discussed "Mill Guy Sale, Joe C. Hoover. In South Starke I and Mrs. T. F. Landrum. I I During dinner a program of of Lake Butler were visiting Mr*.

; and Her Husband In Advertising. Committee morning and evening services returned to Staike dance and songs was presented J. B. MacDonald several day

11ng"' for the Military Mrs. E. L.. Matthews, chairman; Nat at the Baptist Church next Next TuesdayThe The troop afternoon by pupllil 'of Mr. Joy Powell anda last week.

Which meets on Tuesdays Sternberg. Sunday, will be conducted by Wednesday musical program by Mr*. L. A. Mr. and Mr. J. A. Starling and

'clock. I Entertainment Chaplain Daniel of Camp Blan- special paper drl\e Canova, pianist Chaplain Rex Mis Joyce Bennett were visiting b

say wives who are new in J. B. Carlisle, chairman; W. B. ding. now being conducted will mil At The TabernacleThe Lawtiead, vocalist, and Mrs. WII- Mrs Maggie Hudaon In Jacksonville

are urged to attend a New Mundy, S. L. Peek. This will be the second time ,'ul(. 13. L. T. Dyer announcedypttlerday service fred Schrader, violinist. Monday. '
'r'1 Coke hour Daniel has occupiedthe but paper will, continue regular Friday
any" Chaplain of distinguished -
Monday number
that The large
\ even'after Tabernacle will be Mr*. Fred Moore and childrenare i
I\day at 2 Starke Baptist be picked up at the
o'clock. of the to
The Club from
ChurchYou pulpit guests prevent
Lever relative. ,
Evangelist In visiting
T 5+ Pine District Tampa
ted be- conducted by
heard him ilate.
at 201 North Walnut church and all who that out of town Included L>t. Col. a
and Marvlne Warren

t. of Ormond, former H. C. Kelly
Invited to a splrlually Impressed and The city trl1C'kJVIII! collect D. R. Dickert Chief of Personnel
cordially fore were Jos. R. Byerly,
are Holy Hill Baptist were business vllf>ra In
the the
sail of
dinner ana all day -".A.I"Abasket .-- strengthened by his message. paper on Call St t. pastor asxociatlonal District Brunch. Camp Blanding; Lt. Col.S. Starke, Thursday

uth Arrested Level Baptist Church located AU service men, their wives, South hall of town nt\t Tumilay I Church now E. Mlnlkec, Director of Secur
at Pine Dyer Mr. I. T. George of Miami
west of ""strangers withinour A 8, and Mr. [ Evangelint.
Road 48 4 miles visitors and use. at and Intelligence Division,
r Wielding on Invited to cooperation on Mr. Dickert will also speak ity peat several days last week with
Knife Lake Butler Highway gates'' 'are cordially urge, greater, Camp Blandlng; \V. P. Buckwalter -
on Saturday
Starke, since the air meeting Mr. and :Mrs C. B. Bennett.
welcome of the public the open
Sunday A warm
6th. services. the part of USO
reed lUng at H.the G. WaInwrIght was Sunday School ,begins August at 11 o'clock and awaits each and everyone of you special drive U *o near lIn ..nol.Ir. I night, and again at all the leI'vlcel for, Florida regional; lupervlsor C. V. Gross Red I Mr*. C. B. Bennett and Joyce

Night Owl "Juke" ServiceswUl First Baptist Church. cor- Dyer' plan" to vltlt all Sunday.At Bennett were visiting la Starke,
o'clock.! the niamlI -
fore at 12 at Sunday Cross Field Director, Camp
dawn preachln<< Hour
Saturday by Streets. .n the after. and Jefferson cliooU now open
.Ir Sheriff be aanounced for ner Clark will be I Ing; and Lt. Col. EXlwIn R. Carter
11,1, McKInney after Come wor- \ and trarher to gather afternoon special honor Blamllnp.Mr Friend and relative of Mr.
knlted that time Pout Cba.aln, Camp
a soldier during: a nnon at In the to the boys who have aft- be to learn
H. with us, old time Gospel RECEIVES PROMOTIONWord all paper possible paid work, R. A. Green was chairman Perry Davis glad \
..tlIougl Rip next few days MO that the slated In the Tabernacle for the dinner that she 18 i home from the hospital
no affidavit had been singing and preaching. has been received hereof County contentaiitamay and who have gone overseas or of arrangement tine
'd trail ford doing
and E. 1.. Matthew served a*
Iht Yesterday be officials said he I Mr 7a M. Hutto.and the promotion of Cpl. Richard be chasten king and queen moved on to other camps. toaHtmaster. Members of the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were
Charged Mr. and to the rank of Ser invited to attendall
with assault Palm V. St. The public l 1.11
West of the drive. In Starke, Tuesday.
latent of served.
Patsy (CSO!;
e to kill daughter, this week geant. He Is stationed at Camp of these service

Was 'released Tuesday morn' Beach are spending Jackson, S. C. .
on Hutto.
bOlld. with Mrs. Tillman


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Vegetable DehydrationWill ,1 sltb + y

;hd EIGIIT Pay Dividends

.r. e . e 1 00

HamptIty "j, Dehydration !I. a big word, but don't let it frighten ,.oul)
I It's a streamlined way of saying drying. Dried food. arc not

,", ; WANTED Bin.bum II ... '. new to homemakers, for they've been known for centuries.

. partmrnlit. lou..eIt 01 . . . . The pilgrims picked it up from their Indian neighbors and
' ; teHag. on found It most successful for keeping food throughout the
within 20
' ht'' rent, located
for "
.0nw.16 To
1 1\.1.,1. hhow.'rMrs. winter.
MA'n: mile of Starke
", Frances Wad l No doubt dehydration would have continued except for
q ;, 119 East! Call Street 'Ors. Marjorie Wad' '.. commercial canning but today it ii again coming Into its own

i? I ", > \V. T. CLUTE, Realtor :pint! hostesses at a 1n 1 because of shortages in tin and lack of pressure cookers for
night at home canning. In fact, it is the recommended method if you
' r HAr.r:_HouNehold finnltureK have available for non-acid
Foil no pressure cooker canning vege
.1, Mhllw-.wlt'Y. H' I Man Church, given
t 16 tables.
: .T C. Wynn. the \
+:. "' ..r,,4 1 FOIL HUNT-- room house <.on> t- : of I .,.. Bacteria are thirsty creatures and cannot survive in anything
., I;', 'I' .letelv' fiirnli.hed. All modernunvenlenri'H -Jeanelte' i Parker in which extreme dryness prevails. The object of dehydration -
'171, of "J 1
1''' ,' Phone "I Interesting game
1 I. to make the vegetables bone dry to stop the development
ef rtI" wan enjoyed and -. and of harmful bacteria which would
u : a' you HAi.K-i ,piece, i prewar living' growth cause
mnm \III" !Hood .ntllll..n-taO.. Sweeney!' was the luc ,j \ spoilage.
a'r i I-iiry filluox. Hox GOO Blarke. I tp I the pil/'. a pair of !toplacqu. r1 j Corn, pea., bean., carrots and okra may be dehydrated a

"f-r I Fon'Mt'.I ,B, room house In II ...". ';'. successfully Leafy green vegetables may also be dehydrated
i N ,
Mr; t 1'1.I"r"\ > .. Iott'Tt 1)' fur' Another fun-provo! but they require more care. The foods may be dehydrated -
v" (;+. , b. noshed. Mrn V.. II IlarrrII405 Up N. I.I'll' I.wan "The Rrldal CC .,,,,, either indoors or outdoor., but the Indoor method .is prefer )pisCOdeia
;> $ V\eM.T. I'hone 61-J Sonus'! able as outdoor drying causes greater vitamin Iou. In indoor .n boars ,

,/ f' ;/I i lt'ANTIs'I-AY competent white RxprPHRCfl" Wadllworth'Improvt.ed In ..w;//1 ; drying the host may be supplied by the oven of your range, .l'';I2'M,. 7,"',, .quart' 5f:.j..

ill v, body. position a. h..k..r' Frances .,A' electric bulb., portable heaters or surface heat from the range. : f.J fa
7 ,N thi' r oaoibe':
}7 w.,...r.. M>..'m I I. avallnMe t'nll alI tale of ..> for ::
n1+,,, ,I 1', ,iu! Mrs 10.1 Pnwll"If-2f. M C JauKliey. N. :hrlHllan HI'J dad pair, and Mrs. & 'j' Use Choicest Produce For DryingVegetables ... ..,,!... ;boitlbtk .
yt { i! M Mr l used for should be table-fresh and reP "
'' rendering 'the mu 1c drying crisp 'to to
i t ," } j4j J t:;' VfAKrr.ltHHleimiiin: and' (.o".lor, popular songs. _.'. tender. They should be in the best of condition, thoroughly tbeod bested fA
n .. )' ,'1 route .maiU. _Kenmark KuriiMu"; ,, cleaned, and med immediately after picking.To ... .
v ....,,' *... 1 IP I The honoree won save precious vitamin., .team-blanch vegetable. for ..,. ,..... ; M.
> *
the most correct mIn dehydration. This is done by cleaning the vegetables as for 1 ;"iy
find 1 1A 1If
w'rR' I.\LJ1-t: 4.hurn..r .
, burner Florence oil ooolc stove this muHlcnl 1'11111 .., the table. Place in a deep well cooker or colander which fit. -.- "
.,l ;"t.}, 8 id I 3-liuiner. :Hewn nil tacit>' miniature animal all, '11" into a deep kettle of water. Have about 1 inch of water boil- Ui
It )Iql' :" 'nvir. tut h with oven. vv.1. tpVK ( I given Ier.Attf'r ing at the bottom of the kettle when colander full of vegetables i}

m M1 '\ fi; /i.dlen, Mtarke. thin. many 1i. .: It placed in it. Cover tightly with close fitting cover. \ 1 \
[.A1 + ut5:, l'iNNii: : raY irrnwn red Steam until vegetable Is cooked as for table use, and then 'I ti1
l 1 ,sw with my iitoik. Owner may linen and lace wer, ;
4 t proceed with dehydration.
; r, t.'i'y', tall at my fnrm. 1 1.2 mll" north admired by the bl
dl ., of HtnTKe and claim. same I. H. Ml Steam-blanching vegetables preserves their color and vitamins ,
t. r, , Carltun. lip howl of friends. and gives a superior flavored product. Naturally all dehydrated -

.r' ,'' +\ t J.tI-IT nomewhere In mark WedneMduy. pressed her appreif vegetables must ba soaked in water before using to .."!,." " ,,,: .:: " "'f:" "" " '"
? '; two piers' KI""'" ....It.' itsward !lwel."tlnd" graclounj allow them to absorb the moisture which they lost during " ; '
>> \ -f
, 1\1,1.. \.r : ;
for return tn HjvlN.lor : :
f: 11I lilHtam-e office, Houthernl. I charming personally drying.Air. : \ r
;';, belt. l Telephone Co. "P A delightful puna must be allowed to circulate freely through the dehy- ," ,i ,. '':'':" ''' Cd', "" ., .1, .1 ,.. .. ir
HI1I'I'OIt"'jon.lvllln"llv( nerved by the host* drator, and the heat should be even. There should be enough ,' .'.\)1111"h"' ''':)j., ,::i",, .. . ...i\,71\ "/' ,.....,. i
.Jwf. "' '
,i' i'KN't'KIl: !;;; ' ... .
denlKiii-d Mr. Iterllm I-emie.. .105 by Mm. Blrt Hlnaoi! beat to dry the vegetable in a minimum amount of time but :',. ."'" ... .W' 't'i'li'l\ '; ,' ;,lir".,' ",,;.. .
"y. 'i
j j I': West Madloon Bt. T.U.411' Mia Wynn l III a ft not enough to scorch it. When thoroughly dry foods are ,/!.:; t'\, bh : ,;. ,.\,. ',"'"., I
stored in moisture-proof and insect-proof bags in cool, dry, *; "
the laand
I Wll.l HH I IN HTAIIKIJ about of Hampton all : ;
J middle' of August and would like their ft dark place. ( \
.J. lc. have rooms for Unlit housekeeping or- Th. oven is adaptable for drying; in small quantities. The : :
small aparlmcnt+ them much happln
.' hnuxM. My husband will be an temperature required I. ISO F. This should be maintained ;
f, 1j. Instructor at Camp. Hlnndlnwexpect ..> tare. .' throughout the drying process. If necessary, leave oven door sal'.r
.. Htarke for --- .
"., we to !I. In ajar. Place the drying racks as high as possible in the oven " ..
;} soma, time. Will appreciate' In. Mr and MI'II. Lon .
ID formation concerning' any vacancy to remove them from closeness to the heating unit which is ""'.. :
IS. Aildremi replies Belle and:l daught \ > ;t. : "
I Auir ;
before '
1 usually at the bottom. }
: .
It. Stevens, WI
Mr llnrry onvllle were ;
to Jnch
j ... . To oven for dehydration light the while ,
15 Went Harris Ave. I. Uran prepare oven
f I of Mr. anil. Mrs. R. ... ..., .. < 1'v 'tJ
III., or notify Bradford County vegetable is steam-blanching. Set the regulator at low Prop -.1.." ". li viii Telenraph. I Mrs. Eva flirt alrle ;f: .
oven door open about 8 inches During the whole drying Horn
1' economists
Dell Brown weijOalnenvllle process, stir the food several times so It dries evenly. ;you select era. rip tomtit tilt
Monday. In using the electric oven set thermostat low. Removeor
i $ .
P y < l WoodroW Cut hl" do not use upper unit. Heat oven before placing vegetable ,

Y a ai $50 Blanding spent ther$ rack. in to( prevent steaming or sulphuring. Place trays on "
his father, the Rey upper set of glides, and leave door ajar as for broiling- Trays 4 W42 "

and Mrs. Lilt) should be shifted 8 to 12 times during drying.A -' to
Mr. = )!
WAR BOND liOn Tommy, of f Few follow DirectionsFor r,:.1i':, w,x j s oDe laet f.d", about Pride
... and joy of
guests of Mr. aMWatcrson void .... t
'./ the pactS Common Vegetables ...... to diV jr.W"to vegetables to put i
1-c Dennis J Dehydrated carrots are delicious if they are prepared thus: pi...abasket. .... q-Ickl,, good tart flavor and]

rp Coast Guard hall t Peel, slice, dice or shred. Steam for 10 minutes, then place In 'into. then pluDle of the canned tomatoes i.
n '1] Given sea reward to find II> Augustine after enj drying rack in a 160 F. oven to dry. Drying time depends wj aide Lilt erwi mercial pack is j
loultable home. i vegetable and from 4 to 12 hours. b0 t water.di.r No fancy
,4 ti hour or apartment leave at upon averages kbedboilina' t equi
HturU or within 1ml. Mrs Ida Truex j Green beans may be dehydrated successfully. Use only I. a bOfilj. don't have a rej
t r for UH In day from Miami j I garden-fresh beans. Remove ends and strings if any and break st itch'JI bodies provise one from i|
.... .>f Camp Blandlng.You'll home of her stet/. into short lengths or leave lengthwise as preferred. Steam nave"toTli ist f [ I.diatel frolD that's it t

b*'> ItelpliiK us and Uncle Hall. She recently'that for 15 o nut... Dry at 140 to 145 F, until brittle dry. eIDpt11 or. jar. I Imo several necessary tin
Celery which la dehydrated Is often ground after drying usil1l Fill
husband \
Ham. her I. finished and then used for seasoning soups or meats. Wash pufpose.atoes let the water boil i

Write Come to reported mlnnlng 0'Mr. celery stalks: and cut into short lengths about f4 inch long. hot when they are MM
;t' ,, Phone, or and Mrs. q? Include leaves either whole or cut up. Steam for 2 minutes knocked together W
: ice-Mrs. Jacobs. Km. 12, family\ and Mr. at and dry at 143 F. available, allows we!

!Magnolia\ Hotel Phone 51'N'I'Mn1l Kite, and son, L. i _" Peas are excellent when dehydrated. Use them at theirfreshest keeps glass from c\'
f)1 t ai Newmen. and Ml!l Immediately after picked. Shell and steam for IS Here's the howj
i i enjoyed a picnic at: o nutes. Dry at 150' F.
\\'' or 8 room unfurnished Friday evening.Pfc. Turnips or rutabagas dehydrate nicely. Peel, slice thin or from the Cove
f iy house In at Ntnrku Wonder by (Aupjunt lift Mho"1.i Inquire 41- and Mrs. S( shred. Steam 10 minutes and dehydrate at ISO F. until-bone Human Nutrition i

tyt ) arrived( Sunday tl| Agriculture. .
i'+' f .TOU cows WOULD Block BUY cows Ort, beef 8101,1illk cut_ Ala.. Pfc. Goodma! dry.Many families are learning again to eat dried sweet cornand . Use firm, i

b 'y lie, stock bull. or hogs get In ter a abort visit a: liking it. spoiled tomato an I
II 't touch with J. D cxl'iin .Jr., So if your victory garden yields more tasting ears than First dun tli

I Boat). 141 Telephone.Starke 481 Box Lake J04 InkeCU Ctty.1V.44. you can eat fresh, and if you have no steam pressure outfit ,vet, 1 to 6, them in a tray or<
r '. to safely home can your corn, try storing away some in dried '' about minute
a i
form for next winter's eating.
pri ST>H IIAI.I"-'IO acrefarm.. Live $4 j Then drain, peel an
All fenced OnoclbulldlnKX. Food specialists in the U. S, Department of Agriculture
t luck, .oP'Jtu nprliiK" ; Telephone THE say you can dry corn either by controlled heat or by the \ . Cut the I

lt 1t 133. P. O. !Jolt 444. 7114.4 Starke.BTTlAYKn t p. FIR ,, warmth of the sun. boiling hot througadding

; I Use any good table corn, gathered when it ie'ln good con- -- 1 teasp

1 t 'tl from pasture branded near NI>, CorneSunday dition for immediate eating. As for canning, plan to use corn boiling hot tomato J
1 marked crop under half prop each i I. right away-do not let it stand for any length of time before water bath.
1I b ; .ear'; red cow branded O H. HJ". drying. If it should have to stand even for a few hours, keep .. Have water]
ward for Inforl1latlon.R.7ll42t it cooL That helps to keep the sugar in the corn from chang
Stark. off I
Wainwright hold
to jars
v .I I ) ing to starch and losing its sweetness. _
foil HAL-30, acre (arm.bulldlnicH. Newa 'r' First, husk the corn and remove any blemishes. You do tomatoes on the i
$ . fence S 1- mi.
new not need to silk it, however because the silks circulate freely i
$ north uf marke-5 ml. from Wimp separate easily;
;i h1 Iw; FMnmllnat4 ml. east of Joe'" from the kernels after they are dried water to coverthroughout
4, ity Fh (:rill' Jax highway Aaron Hunts : Then the for minutes ev lay' '
I ''Lit. n..... T-U-SII! steam corn 10 in a deep container proc
; r ft I f with a tight-fitting lid. Or hold it in boiling water from 8 to . Put the i coy
; tr; 12"minutes-until the milk is "set. Test for that is when no processing time wh'

FOR SALE fluid comes from the kernels when you cut across them. . Process hoI
When through steaming or boiling the corn, (drain it,
t (
Mornin ; ore
6-ROOM ; ,. cool it, and cut it from the cob. jars are pints
r t I CONCRETE DWKLLINO: If you have some way to dry the corn by controlled n
y t r PARTLY FURNISHED EveningBetween heat, you will find this method much quicker than sun drying.

sal TWO BLOCKS ... .

f' j FnOl'OUUTIIOTS": :
1 the cone

Price 5500.00 a district? .J

y It. J. DAVIS 30. ,.
ttf 425 N. CHURCH ST. r
STARKE. s .' .. ';:_.:. .. "" .
y ; ... -.L
guarantee to your Government i-th such'erjtteatimaterlag
Hl'Y UlnKfr. electric
,w qt wwlngnmrhln TO *-. Writ.. Mr. will be used strictly in accordance with the Food Conservation -
&i44 Lloyd' Herrln' Callahan Kin.
r ,, I T-21-4tp
of r KOIl HAIR (lit TKADK-l>n. good
fern mule for rown or ti"*"- J. i
'k ., I'rwvalt.' Hampton 7IZI-3 to

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GENE KELLYTUES.WED.TIIURS. T. Frank Landrum H- E. Tucker J. E. Wilson

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as L. T. Dyer

i iiir SKELTpN Browlpl ee Bros. .

A} i ;, 1 MAJOR B ESTHER WILLIAMS Starke, Fla. County Agent

Y Starke, Fla.
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I P+ Surplus Foods Stored

: t Best in Cool CellarVictory j ::5:5ae

rS ..Ssrirrr

.ng gardeners who raise more than their families eat
during the crowing season can well lend many of their product Home of the

to the winter-time dinner table' by way of the cellar
'PH Sweetest Strawberries
indoor or out, say the U. S Department of Agriculture. L

Cellar under house provide storage facilities if they are This: Side of Heaven ;
fat cool moist and weU ventilated. Outdoor cellar: serve similar
purpose for gardeners who have basements unsuitable for
: V vegetable jrtorage.

v Basement with a furnace for heating the house are usually -.

too warm and dry. but it is often possible to partition off NUMBER FORTON:'

a room either in one corner or at one end where the temperature i
may be controlled by mean of outside window At
I least one window 1 I. needed and two or more are desirablefor ian Church I j Five CandidatesNow
,i cooling and ventilation. .
Storage-room window should be darkened to protect
vegetables from light. They can be boxed in or shaded to i f i is
'f keep the light out when the window are open. In Race

__ a Direction lor constructing a storage room In a Lernerof t
.. the basement are a* follow:

Ni 1 "'.,"""' \ T'i :I Lay two 2-by-4-lnch scantlings flat on the floor where For City Council
r:: I' I :' the two wall are to be built using the cellar wall for the !

{ goy 7 ; tI, other two lidei. Secure these scantling firmly to the cellar
dv ro
Grl floor. Set 2-by-4-inch studs from the Bill
formed the
.,. '. ,
14. 'rIInnounc"ml'ttll" ,, adding to
.a ,,, t ... ... scantlings to the ceiling, spacing them 16 Inches apart from .
; t the ".10, .. A' center to center. the growing ,Hut of cun.llcl.Ues. for
rase wAs
""EI ,'\\t; Locate the door the ) 'three plncpH lo be filled on I the'
rb/ btYo ; ,;. to storage room at the most con- r
l P ear ro keaeed _, venient point making it large enough to admit barrel and )1 ('llv: Council In the September 12 w

'_L r/a...rates.sqc e9uipr0 at.ei d boxes, a good size being 2'/ feet wide by 6% feet high. Set election, Wl'I'1na' <.lo this week
''''''d'''" , plop ",oJ the studs on either side of the door 32 inches apart; this will : by two oxpei'lencpd 1 campaigners
*" ",, ", allow for the door and the frame. Put a header over the TuxMxi>HHor RV. ll.iyea and

door, allowing 1 inch for the frame and seven-eighth of an Tax: Collector C A. Knight j
2f inch for the sill at the bottom. Set stud
I the against the Moth mon stated.. that they will
wall where the cellar walls and wall
storage-room meet.
,, piotmbly 'Issue' statement at a

lc Care in Construction Guarantee Results later date( but nt' the pieHenttlme .5.,

( wish only to place their cnmll-/
V iu.L - Care in making the frame square and plumb will enable
t i., the builder E1i d.icy befoie 1'1'0111'.11voter..* In
to get the structure tight with a minimum of
4 .; u labor. A good I I. made (ho September 12 election
4 \ room by covering the studs on the
'at t outside with tongue-and-groove material, but a better way I I. Tills, svrek'it announcements
to sheathe the outside with plain lumber tack building paperon bring the total to five who are

; \ M this, and aid with tongue-and-groove material. This construction bidding for place on the City
r ,. in connection with lath and plaster or wallboard on Council. In outer of their announcement
r ? the inside makes excellent
an room. they are:
qot, "f +' a, Barrels, crates, boxes or bins may be used a* containersfor L M, UalnisJunliu
the various vegetable and fruits, but movable container I'I I M. Smith

.5 5 are preferable to built-in bin, a* It is possible to remove them I Vim If Cat'den
for cleaning. tenting Is held at
5'r I 1<1. \V Hayes ;
Outdoor storage cellars, accessible from the kitchen at aU lie' Invited to atIs i C A. Knight
times, are also excellent for vegetable storage. The type and located at the ;
construction of outdoor cellar vary with their geographical I II There are three place to be ;
location, but all must be free from moisture and frost. I filled on the council and Iwo of

I An above-ground storage cellar suited to condition In the Incumbents whoso terms ex- n,

''''i'I' . southern sections of the United States may be built on a well- Officers \ plio I this full- n, A. Bishop and

_' .,,. drained cite at low coat. A row of post may be set 5 or .6. I*. A Hlvlllhtlve announce! that
I' feet apart extending 7 or 8 feet above the surface of the :ailed they will not be candidate, for

11U'! ...._ ..... ground, with a ridge pole placed on top of them. Against /ening I le-eloctlon' The third expiring

sf Agriculture sufgtft each side of the ridge pole a row of planks or puncheon I 11 council seat In. now occupied by

1 t(try for CiDOIDf., acew, t n., placed: : with their opposite end resting in a shallow trench: board membem of K Q. Duncan who has not yet ,
t.Jls'roi 4 or 5 feet from the line of pots. The end ire boarded up. ,
hunch will be In. announced whether ho will bt a
a door being provided In one end of the structure, and the .
roof covered with sod to a depth of S or 6 inches. ecial act vice Huntig I candidate or not.

0, at S p, m More than/ usual interest la being i

r N..... "" ", m'"., '" Avoid Storing Skinned or Chinch well, pan shown In the approaching raj;
take this an out I City Election this BH voters
Bruised year +
r6/a jeyr tJ'
t of all : pedf ... I itn and till church are beginning t to realize that the

[their bright color, z-.::... ...," ..,., ...., Victory garden product intended for storage should be god to be present.. administration of the clty'a affairs 4

own, home- btd 'b 1 '1 .... . handled carefully at all time to avoid bruise and ..klnbreaka. mlun will be ob. U now approaching the realm
|now that thecomitomaUx.If to i kBrawi ",, "" ': say the U. S. Department of Agriculture.The services next Sun. of "big Inmlnetw", with revenue

.. is"f ceir loekfe . t.llI..t.. successful storage of vegetable, I I., however, described ijoct of the morn from taxes, licenses unIt the municipal M

I I' Tb '.. ...,,, al "not at all difficult." In fact, say the author of a Federal jest Thou Me' power plant up more than
you /arPe. ro bulletin on this subject: "good storage facilities already exist Bible School clew- 100 flncul
easily 1m- 1 per cent over the year i
i can ., .aroesaAav. / in many home., It being only necessary to make use of the evening with a 1941-42.
r or bucket. All .... cellar large closet other of the dwelling and to
a or part ,
The school
i enough to hold bees. bri", ..,rb bo ya do b dos take reasonable care to discard aU individual vegetable shew u of the Usually City Election: evoke i

1 deep enough to f::!a .s Fettle ,gardna..__ lag any decay or mechanical injury before putting them into Ing event little Interest. thij part ot the
: o t wa well attend-
top of the jar : : boil;r.Tn.; k ...tot ) storage." Interest was man- public but thin year there teem .

', which can be s "" r Places recommended for home storage of vegetable Include student, to be a strong desire' to elect men
I if no wire one i* ire on attics, outdoor cellar and basements. Dry bean and body.Complaints who will be well qualified to administer .

1 round the jar, ".,,- .....,, peas, for example, are stored in an attic or other cool dry the affairs of tho city
....'....,,'-. place while late cabbage keep best in a pit. trench or out. : during this period when money

t, .. ( door cellar. Other garden product are suggested for: storing la flowing Into the treuwury. H
I direct .
'tomatoes the Bureau, of .'... J i iif(-if;. / a* follow: fc ( f In County session Cummin Monday' The deadline for qualifying candidates -

S. of ,: i/ Onion, In any cool dry place above freesing. U August IS and the city's i.r
[ Department
for the
it m. -
Parsnips, where they grew, or in soil in storage cellar. purr registration book. will clone on tSaturday
" Various root crop., in pit or in soil In storage cellar. complaints conon August 12.Lawtey, ,
/--I ipots. OneJ /\ *. on real estate
Potatoes In pit or storage cellar.
canned tomatoes. r a I Ii Pumpkin and squashes in dry fairly cool cellar or base pcrty a e. e e e e e. e e e I
to do the u to put (I / ment.

boiling water for ,, t i Sweet potatoes, in dry warm cellar or basement. | 'Irs. Thorn

lip in cold water. / < : ;, .Z .1 The length of the period during which the vegetable can ; dIly

j\\\, ; > 1. 1.1&& ,. be stored vary from "as long as desired" for dry bean and "riday E\'tI.YN; WARREN
I the \ . . . 1 !
pieces are i .," peas to only 2 to 3 weeks for cauliflower and broccoli. The eli Dinner ,
I hot into " "' period length for endive is 2 to 3 months. Late cabbage .
jar ''eo, ,. 'f' 'i. storage
Fall I the jars withy ""I and late celery can be stored through late fall and winter. i hundred pernorm Billy Edward< Jr., end George l "
) j.ii :, Shuford in Jacksonville
In a boiling Jij P' ,! Onions, parsnips, various root crop., potatoes, pumpkins 'amp Blandlng and .
; squashes and sweet potatoes may be stored through the entire shopping Friday
athered at a laigeiped
.. ; fall and winter.T.mperatura. Phil Shufoid wait a ringside I
with low rack ThS I
of hot-packed h'. .. ; and! humidity requirement for good storageare banquet table spectator at the Scutt-Uallund

for ''S" summarized a* follow: ub, coiner Temple boxing match In Jacksonville on
i the
water toe
\ ,> Dry bean and pea., cool and dry. Sts, lust Kilday Friday night.

'Itlt enough boiling << "\ Late cabbage, cool; avoid severe freezing and keep moderately I the farewell dinilluH Miss Linda, Carrudlne of Tampa ,
situ level I
.i tf moisCCauliflower L. Thorn Mm spent several day, last week with
/ and broccoli 32* F. Moderately moist r two Bonn, 1'htlllp Mr and Mrs. F. R, Curradlnn. w
And 1
start counting \ Onion. cool and dry.
... ,
," .' David, Moore
a lag bail. ,<. 4 Parsnip, cold; freezing doe not injure Moderately moist and family '
minutes, whether : Various root crop., cool; avoid freezing. Moderately. moist. who has been dl-! stopped through Lawtey Saturday

I Pumpkin and squashes, SO* to 60* F, Moderately dry. USO-YMCA Club evening on their way to Lues-
_ Sweet potatoes, 55* to 60* F. Moderately dry. ant two yearn re- berg/

..?,..." .... ". ..."- .... -4 4 Potatoes, avoid freezing. Moderately moist I to accept a pottlrmanviit Mr and Mra Hines of Tampa '
YMCA 01 week-end of Mm.\
--.... Were guests
''"' r Tort Leavenworth Mines' mother Mm.! Enoch Griffin.


the evening came Miss Erne.tine Moore I I. spending

night chairman of some time with her couxln

"YMCA committee Miss. Lou K'dwardn.Minn .
presented to Mr\
I Vera Mosley spent Thurs-
of slivertc6mpututt
( 'n a pair
day with Miss Madeline Griffin.Minn .
_.. .... -.-- .. mIlKIng a-total or :411 miies: aa a token of esteem
.asceasex.oo.-I"' "".OIU-! Council (camp enjoyed thin from the community. In a brief Ruth Duckworth of Live
future 'sit:1 SeiolClP"7Cest!: [ ;t tu ,_Un.\.:.reQtr.; \! Stump, v ce preK en eight regional conferences scheduled wan A postponed meeting: of'the from last City Tuesday \ camping The following trip: girls Janet Anderson, speech he pralaed the accomplishments Oak spent several days last week
Mr. Joe Brown.
with and Mrs
ketch Instructor has T. Clute, secretary. for this year. the regular meeting date Betty Ann Flynn. Margaret Fowler of Mr. Thorn during his
ted with a 80-hour E. Wilson( treasurer. it was dated by O.D.T. that all evening next Tuesday It was an- Vivian McRae Well Land- two years In Starke and expressed Mrs. Mary Dlnklns and Gus

I''fl" recognition of his Directors' available transportation must be until this week by a memberof rum. Carleen Rogers from a troop the deep regret of the community Loadholta were In Jacksonville

he Club In connection B. Sewell C. H. Nasworthy, kept for essential travel and the nounced of Jackiionvllle Girl Scouts JoAnn occaxlonel by their departure. Thursday visiting relative

I group.V Ferarra Chas. A. Darby woundPd military personnel being the group. Dinkins and Joan CarpenBoth Mr and Mrs Thorn, spoke Little Freddie Dinkins la here

Knight: spoke on "\ R. B. Alvarez. evacuated from the battle areas. ter. a briefly, expressing their apprecla visiting his grandparents, Mr. and

Mrs, and the Army Membenthlp Committed I, They were chaperoned by ]\frs. lion and their reluctance to leave Mrs. I' L. DlDklns.Mm. .

ChaplaIn Rex Elder M. Smith, chairman; Baptist ChurchBoth Paper CollectionIn Alice Anderson, Mm. 0, B, Flynn Staike.I Agnes Sapp and children
II R'ffiment) discussed Joe C. Hoover. 1 I of of Lake Butler visiting Mrs.J .
111'9. I ( Sale South Starke and Mrs. T. F. Land rum. I During dinner a program were
and Her Advert)>llnjC Committee morning and evening ser- returned to Starke dances and songs was! presented B MacDonald several clay
nlng" for the Military L. Matthews chairman; Nat i vices at the Baptist! Church next Next Tuesday The troop afternoon. by pupil. of Mrs. Joy Powell anda last week.

which meets on Sunday will be conducted by drive Wednesday rauHical program by Mrs L A. Mr. and Mra J A, Starling and
"dock. I Daniel of Camp Blan- The special, waste paper
Entertainment Rex
Chaplain Canova, pianist. Chaplain Miss Joyce Bennett were visiting
will end
'lIIy wives who are B. Carlisle, chairman; W. B. ding. now being ronductrd announcedyrsterdny At The Tabernacle Lawheud, vocalist and Mm. Wil Mrs. Maggie Hudson In Jacksonville .

Ire IIrg"d to attend a S. I.. Peek. nila will be the second time AUK15.. !. T. flyer I ser fred Schrader, violinist. Monday.
'r'1 Coke hour Chaplain Daniel has occupiedthe but paper will Continue I The regular Friday evening number of distinguished -
any The large
day at 2 o'clock. The Church pulpit of the Starke Baptist to be picked l up even after vice at the Tabernacle will be from Mrs. Fred Moore and childrenare
Level District Evangelist guests present In Tampa visiting relatives.H .
before conducted by
'rated him date.
morn'W. who that
at 201 Nofth \ church and all out of town Included Lt. Col.pastor .
I Ormond former C and Marvlne Warren
.l Impressed and trucks will >llt D. R. Dlckert of Kelly
to a The city
Invited splrlually Personnel
were Chief of
are cordially Call St. and the of the Holy Hill Baptist Jo* R. Byerly, were business visitors in
dinner and all day service strengthened by his message. paper vn I District Blandlng, Lt. Col..
uth Level Baptist Church, lo- All service men, their wives, South half of town next Tuesday Church now asuoclatlonal S. ncMlCamp Director of Security Starke, Thursday

Arrested Pine .8. 4 miles west or visitors and "stranger withinour \ulr. 8. and !Mr. Dyer I Evangelist: /: and Intelligence Division, Mrs I, T. George of Miami
Road at
r Wielding on 'are cordially Invited to greater cooperation on Mr Dlckert will also speak spent several days last week with
Knife Lake Butler HIghway. gates' urge Saturday Camp Blandlng; W. P Buckwalter :
on thespecial meeting
6th. sunday these services. A warm welcome the part of the public since the open air of USO Mr. and Mrs C. B. Bennett.
'Unit H C. Walnw fight August o'c1ock and each and everyone of you drive III so near an *"'I. night and again at all the ser regional supervisor Mrs C. B. Bennett and Joyce
tel' at at 11 tor Florida; C. V Gross, Red
before the Night Owl begins at 1% o'c1ock. Services at the First Baptist Church, corner :Mr. Dyer plan tMt all vices Sunday.At Hour Sunday Cross Field Director Camp Minding Bennett were visiting lo Starke .
dawn Street. and urge the Soldier1 t
Tuesday. !
after- and Jefferson riool now open
arty Sh"lff aanounced for the Clark will be ; and Lt. Col. Edwin R. Carter,
be honor
had McKinney Come wore Indent and leathern to gather afternoon special Friend and relatives of Mrs. i
time. IllamJlng.
asPost CbaBtaln. Camp
knlled that
'rel a soldier with at WI. old time Gospel RECEIVES PROMOTIONWord aU puper po-wlbl In the paid to the boys Tabernacle who have work Mrs. R. A. Green was chairman Perry Davis will be glad( to learn 1
: next few days so that the slated In the for dinnermoved that she U. home from the hospital t
hough of
and preaching. been received here oversea or arrangement
no affidavit had has Bradford C'ounty contestants and. who have gone the and doing fine.
'd and E., :Matthew as
Richard .
yesterday, officials and of the promotion of Cpl. be chown king and queenof on, to other camps.The
Hutto may and Mrs. H. C. Kelly werevlsltatg
and Mr. E. bL 1 the rank of Ser Invited to attend Members of the Mr.
haste charged l with palm V. St. John to the drive. public la tmasteer.. .
e nt to ML paUy of Whit week geant. He Is stationed at Camp all of these service CSO In Starke, Tueflday.OeS
released Tuesday are spending Jackson. S. C. .
all Hutto.
bond. with Mri. Tlllman L

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f. EIGIIT __ __ Canned Fruits and Berries Will Pep Up Winter Menus I e

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I I . e e e e t n --J
.1 ::LASSIFIEDSWANTED count processing time when It is switched on. Keep It '

HamptBy Processing temperature or the liquid will evaporate in the jars SNP'
Fruit Preparation Required timetable-and process exact time required. '
I Biirbnru, IIItildal .
I ''" '. .sltegv on npurtmrntit. hou.iss 01l . . . . Hot Beth Water Pru.ure Cooker. 0..250'Tim.Tim. Many Prefer ,Open Kettle MethodFor
1 within 20 a Ib..-Time )sto
onuv,* fur rent, locutd Khtnvcr Mieuta J. Minutes Minute.Apple. Fruits and Tomatoes
r nifte of Starke .
t Call !Street Mr. Frances, Wad, salted wlter. Pack. a Open Kettle Method: Use a large kettle, and
: 119 East Wash pare core, cut In plecel. Drop In slightly cook fruit
; MI'''. Marjorle Wad, 10 75 its until thoroughly done. Sterilization
> Add syrup Or boll 3 to 5 miflutel In .yrup. Pack. Add .yrup. f5 syrup of fruit and '
W. T. CLUTE. Realtor joint hoslpKgen at a I fi8 Ties Jars and other equipment used, plus a perfect btr ,
Apricot. Wash halve and pit. Pack. Add 20 10 ten *
v : furnllum.K. on Tuesday, night at .yrup. give you good re.ultLOld.faahloned
'. }tilt. J.1.1'-1Io.phnlll HhHW-Lynwtry. I II|> linn Church given I IMrs. B.rrlHu..p.Straw. 8 68 though it may be, the open kettle
1" J. C. Wynn. the beerl.a uti Cranberries Wash item pack. Add syrup or water. 20 still the preference on many a borne canner's list method for

I l+ FOIl. HUNT furnlr'h- room**'!. All house iiir.comtih'tPly d.*rninvenlenreM Jeanette i Parker of I Cherries Waah stem pit. Pack. Add .yrup. 20 10 68 and tomatoes. If every precaution is exercised, it may h,hti lit
... I'lione I7$. II Interesting of "1 10 . . cessful in fact as successful a* the water bath
gamp Cranberries and
Waah remove .temL Boll 3 minutes In No. S ')'nIp. Pack. method. Fruit cooked In their
are syrup until
and done
: roil flAI.I.-3 plete. prewar living er' was enjoyed luck Currant. Wash, stem pack. Add syrup or water. 20 10 68 direct heat in one of these large, open kettles.There's .
c'nnclltlon-UII. was the
r mm .iilte (good Sweeney
/ I I J I'YoIlleo.., Ito>t BOB, mark. I tl'| the prize, a pair of Mplacquen. Put In .od\ bath 5 minutes. rin.e. Precook 5 minutes In .yrup. a reason for preferring open kettle, although h''
_0. .... Figs Pack add 30 10 90 much harder to be successful with it, than by water bath
:- > FOU HAt.ICroom\ houiie In ayrup. oven canning. Fruits and berries, too. are evenly and
I j I Klrk. Iwrtulot.. partly fur Another fun-provol Fruit Juices Crush fruit, heat slowly atraln. Pour Into Jarl. Process water bath.. 20 (180 -elmmedng) 68 fully cooked. When they are placed In the clean, bu wl
... lOG N. sterile
V. II. Harrell
j j nl 1..11.Ml. Mr I
'I 'i!I \\'.IIo'r. 1'honB tfl-J "Prompilnt wan "The Bridal, CO Grapes Wash stem, pack. Add syrup or water. 20 8 68 which yon have in hot boiling water for IS minutes brim
!' KxpreHHed In Son**' filling them use a silver knife and press down into
ft'f! HAN7'PD-Hy: hoiiHke. whit.'i>erwhrrx France Wadaworth Peach.s Peel, pack add syrup, or precook 3 minutes In syrup pack add IYrup. 20 10 Ci8 of the Jar several times to destroy any stray bacteria the rid

I ; \ lady ixmltlon vimni( Ix avallnl HM l *. 'nil atMrs Improvised tale of the Pears Select not overriEe? pearl, pare, halve precook 3 to 5 minutes issyrup. I may have come In betwixt the sterile Jar and the hot eooll
I >.: .1.' nwll"IC-2111. '! N. Chrl.- dud pair, and Mrs B\( Pack. Add Iyrup. 25 10 15 fruit Then wipe the edges free .f seeds, syrup or pulp brfm
I Ian ISI. Mrs 51 1. c' Oitughoy. JUlrout fastening lid.
i rendering the mUAlq Peel, remove eyes. cut or llic. Precook In Na :I syrup 5 to 10 is ?
t f WAlI..l'n.-ft..I..mnn. : and f.ol..lor. popular songs, .- Pineapple nunutea. Pack with ayrup. 30 15 gO Smart trick this year to combine open kettle method
1 / inunj-Ueniniirk, Furniturevr water bath or oven canning. Cook the fruit to lovely don
"! ,ei.., I tp J The honoree won Plums Wash prick akin. Pack. Add lyI'1IP. 20 10 68 ,in the open kettle, and after finishing sealing place it In ft

: I .n ,\Lf1-\ |.Lurner and 1 the mist correct sl< Preaerves Prepare a. per recipe Cook until thick. Pack. Process in water bath.. 20 (180.-simmertng) water bath for 5 minutes or In the oven at 250 F. for 25 mb,
,'/ burner Florence nil cook stove In thU, musical 'It"i utes-and assure yourself of complete safety in canning
r, ) t. ,ill t :3-Vniriifr Nexru. oil cook'. miniature animal at| Quints Wash pare cut In piece. Precook 3 minutes In .yrup. Pack add Here are open kettle recipe for most common fruin-:
I >nvr. each with ov.n.V. ( .:. 'yI'1Ip. 35 15 75 -- APPLES
.. tp given her.
r : Vi 'l n, Hlark! I
After thin many It Rhubarb Wash, cut Into piece. Pack Add .yrup. 10 5 fi8 Select uniform apples, wash, par and core. Cut into desired
.1 VI<: I'I<::-INI'{:" Blray grown red size. If'peeled fruit stands sprinkle with lemon
a .f If in* wish my stock I 1-2 miles Owner north i..aymil linen and lace wPriadmired ,!) Wash, stem. pre ok gently for 3 minutes In IYrup. Remove from to prevent discoloration. Drain. Drop into bqiling jut(
yi at my farm by the bi Strawberries and cool Boil 3 minute- Add berriea and let stand syrup u
of NturV and claim mimo. I. H. syrup syrup cook until tender and transparent. Pack boiling hot
i i". Carlton__III'! host of friends. MI for several houra. Re-heat. Pack. 20 8 fi8 sterile jars and seal. fan!

:, 1.OST somewhere In Hlarkit Wednmulity pressed her apprecl Tomatoes Scald 1 minute cold dip 1 minute peel core quarter. Pack. 35 10 75 APPLE SAUCE.
two piece green suit. ite1 /sweet and gracloun] 3 pounds green apples 2 cups
1 1\e" ward for. return_ tit blargls l .ImvlM, rhllmlnDprHonall11__ Fruit and Guide 1/ water
," I imng 1/lsten r e nffirr, N use II tr vo n .u. no Preparation Processing cups sugar
,/ 't.I i.'tll Telephone Co; 1lpI ; A delightful puns::; Wash peel and quarter apples. Add water and cook imti

;I a4I'KNt: .i It "' ''''1'011'1'/4 In"lvldlll.llv served, by the host ,, Foods Is made by bringing to a boil three cups of water with one cup soft Mash, then add sugar and cook for 10 minute Pac
' : deelgned. Mrn. Hcrthu 1'earrf, 305MudlHon by UTru. Bart HlnnoilMr I Easy-To-Can Supply of sugar. This will be the most popular type of syrup. while boiling hot into sterilized: Jars. Seal at once.

I ( Hest tit. 7-28-4IP .. Wynn In a fc< Vital Minerals VitaminsLoveliest Sugar substitutes can also be used in making syrups for APRICOTS
1 I t) about the fruit used Select firm ripe fruit Peel, if desired halve and reraor
J Wll.l UK; IN HTAItKM of Hampton, a* I III' canning Both honey and corn syrup can be in placeof
middle of AuitUHt and would Ilk. look and wonderful aids to win described stone. Put fruit In syrup, light or medium, simmer 10.1(
and their many fr to at, easy to do the sugar. In substituting honey for the light syrup -
IIOUMOkooplnNTi -
for Unlit
,i .r to have room. minutes, then bring to.a boil. Pack boiling hot into hot
immll aartuent! or them much happlnt menu-making for providing precious minerals and vitamins above use one cup of honey to three cups of water. ,itenl
:'.I ,i hoUH. My husband Blnndlnw will !b., anInntructor ." ture. 1 to diets are home-canned fruits and berries. Unlike non In any syrup recipe for canning fruits, substitute one cup jars and immediately.
'G,I. '4i,, \ we expnt't at to Camp l be In stork for I acid vegetables, which: require a pressure cooker for processing honey for one cup of sugar If corn syrup is used, the proportion
nine. tlnio. Will alllr""t, Information Mr, and Mrs" Lon for the greatest degree of safety fruits and berries may be put is one and one-half cups corn syrup to three cups of
I K 1 i! ',I'I) beforeAr9I3.concvrnlnw. AddrexaTBJI'any vacanrr Belle jmd-oliH'Kbt --_ up by the water bath or oven method, or even by. open kettle water.When
'"\" I piles\\ to Mrs Hurry II. HH-venM. acknonvllle were wtof L I successfully. all honey is used for making fruit syrups, the finished
J j IS Went llarrln Itradford Av.,., l.n. U.anKe.iJt County. Mr. and, Mrs. R. For home canned fruits and berries, select the fresh product product particularly in the case of pears and peaches is
I r\, \ I Telegraph.Y III.. or notify. If Mm.. Eva Birt al I' with the greatest degree of care being careful to observe the darker and the original fruit flavor Is intensified. For this
I y Y ,i I I Bell Brown well) "two hours from garden to kettle' rule to the letter as much reason it Is better to use a combination of honey' and sugarin
;' ,t \ rte aa possible. Fruits for canning must be fresh firm-ripe rather making the syrup.

Gainesville MondayWoodrow than overly mature* sound unbrulsed and clean. That sounds To make a combination honey and sugar syrup, good for

!:fi: $50 Cutshl' I like a big order but remember that canning does not Improve tart fruits such as cherries, plums and apples, use 1 cup honey
v } Blandlng spent theij flavor, it preserves the fruit and therefore it must fill the re 1 cup sugar and 4 cup. water. Bring the water and sugar to
tin father, the ReV quirements. Remember, too, that commercial canners exercise a boiling point add honey. Allow to come to a good rolling
< "Ii! : Mr. and Mrs. LIlt j! the greatest care in the selection of fruit they use and boil skim and use.
WAR BOND son, Tommy ot'' home canning is no different. To make the honey and sugar syrup for sweeter fruits and

: i'l, KuenU' of Mr. an4', Sorting fruit as to size, color and degree of ripeness is important berries, usen cup honey V cup sugar and 2J4 cups water.
", t, Waterfion' the'! put j | if the finished product is to approach commercial per Here again bring water and sugar to a boil, add honey and -
1.:. I S 1-c Dennla )1. fection. It's! important too for ease in canning so that fruit let come to agood, rolling boil then skim and use. This makesan
",' Const Guard has. n equally ripe, and of the same size and color may be canned especially nice syrup for strawberries, pineapple, raspberries Yj'
: ;d' Given a. reward to find .athouMe Augustine after enj' together. Fruits should be washed and drained before the peaches or sweet cherries.

4& k '11' or apartment .ultable I leave at home. akin is cut or broken. Berries require sorting and grading When both sugar and sugar substitutes for syrups are
Ida Truex just as fruits do to get a superior product. Less choice fruit. scarce, don't refrain from putting up your fruits. You may
4 19 Mrs. I
; within
'. : In Stark or
., fur UH day from Miami j j'< -, ", use boiling water in place of the syrups, or fruit juices made
f''' .i miles of Camp Ulandlne.fl' home of her stet4 j jHall. II from the fruits themselves. In this case, of course you would
1 J You'll bf helping un and Uncle She recently' have to sweeten the fruit and berries when serving. Use this

?,' f. Ham. husband, method as a last re.ort-not In preference to a sweetened Use Sugar or Syrup it Obtainable
that her I
syrup, for fruit is better flavored and better preserved because
t, f ComeAlojee reported mln'ing o' sugar Itself mellows and makes a better tasting canned productof CHERRIES
Phone Write or Mr. and MI'''. C: the fruits and berries. Wash stem and pit, if desired. Place in a light or medlui
; I -Mrs. Jacobs, Rm. 12 family and Mr. a. syrup and boil 20 minutes. Pack while still boiling hot lit

Magnolia\ Hotel Phone 51 Kite, and son L.. J .. Follow One of These Procedures sterile jars and seal at once.
c Mewmen, and MU< PEACHES
rt enjoyed a picnic at -4 To Obtain Best Results Select firm ripe peaches. Remove peel leave whole.

t{ WANTKIV or t room unfurnished Friday evening. After the fruits and berries are sorted and cleaned and made halve or cut in slices. Boil in syrup for 20 minutes, and pic
; }' house In at Htarke Wonder by lift Annum Hhop.I. Inquire 4t- Pfc. and Mr*. S< ready for canning several procedure. may be followed to carry boiling hot into hot sterile jars and seal at once.

"'i arrived Sunday t\\ the product into its finished stage colorful, bright, plump PEARS
r !TOO cows WOULD, mock BUY cuwn Oil, bf 8WL.trmilk cat-- Ala., Pfc. Goodmai t d appearing in glass jars-.carefully processed and perfectly Pare and core fruit and sprinkle with lemon juice if fru
y i' Y lie. Block bull or hogs get In ter a short visit aI) sealed. must stand any time at all. Drain and boil 25 minutes in iyni
v' } much with J. D.Box Oilam 804 Lake Jr.. 4 Hot-pack is recommended for some fruits and berries. This Add 1 tablespoon lemon juice for each quart of pear.. Pac
J47 St rkn.
''j Cit lime). Telephone. 481 take -114! .3 means pre-cooking the fruit for a short time before packing hot into hot, sterile jars.
l-6 zea into sterile jars and then processing Cold pack means that PLUMS
I VI i Iron AAt.F'-'IO acre farm Livestock both the product and syrup is cold when packed In a hot Select plums which are not too ripe. Wash and it i
i crop.. All fnce OooclbullillnKN. sterile Jar.Water. Prick with needle to prevent bursting. Boil 20 minutes'syrup ii
"' .. Running .."rlllte..1.l..- THE FIR f Bath This method Is successful for and pack boiling hot into sterile jars and seal immedi
." ,, phone 13J. 1>. O. Box 44S. HUrke.tmiAYKTi "" .. very processing
p 7114-4tl' .w "._-.- fruits and berries. Take out an old wash boiler and fit bottom ately.
from pasture. near Choose Bttt Fruits Berries for Canning with a rack or use a large kettle with tight fitting cover and RHUBARB
Htark. two steers branded Nl I'. Corne rack at the bottom or a deep well cooker if your range I. Wash. Cut into Inch length pieces without removing iku
1i marked. crop under halt crop. each and berries-particularly those which do not meet the high equipped with it. The rack must hold the jars one-half inch Boil in syrup until tender then pack into hot sterile Jan toi
+ b ear ward; red for cow Intm'mu.lIon.-.J.branded O. N H'-itWalnwrlHht standards of size, color and ripeness may be used for butters, from the bottom, and the bath should be deep enough to allow seal at once.
Stark Tl4-2t| | tarns and jellies. the water at least one Inch above the top of'the jars after they STRAWBERRIES
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& >'ttl, HAI.W-30 acre farm. New Ii Canning Fruits Without Sugar are submerged in it. Here Is good combination of both methods for stn*
(i J t e buildings, new fence t 1-. ml Place well-filled jars on rack: and allow for free circulationof berries. If canned by this method the strawberries willnd
p y t north oC Ntarke-0 nil. from tympBlnndlnir. ..loo. IIif One of the biggest questions homemakers face in regardto water around them. Start counting processing time when float, they stay plump and delicious and do not lose their
)Ftw (kIll. Ju* hlKhwny 1.4 ml. east Aaron Hum- if fruit canning is, of course, how much sugar they can get water surrounding the jars begins to boil. The water must be 2 cups sugar 2 cups water
t t nor. 'I.21-3tll| 1+ for the purpose Some extra sugar is available for home can- boiling all during processing time. If it boils down add enough 2 quarts strawberriesCook
jF and be obtained from
ning may applying to the local
rationing I
to It
keep at the required level. Use the timetable sugar and water together until sugar is diuolM
board. Some foresighted homemakers have been
Sundayf'Mornin ( setting aside on this page for determining time of hulled\ Coofor
oce.sIn.d Add the berries which have been washed and
in "sugar bank" for their
sugar But
FOR SALE canning there don't
[ skip a minute of its! cloth art
5 minutes. Remove from with a
t are still a large majority who will not have enough to reach Oven range, cover
i iEvening around. Canning: Your oven must be equipped with an automatic allow to stand overnight Pour strawberries into steniiW!

!t t i 6-ROOM Several, solutions are available. If the homemaker has heat control, and may be gas or electric. Set the pre- jars, filling to within y inch of top. Screw on lid, then locrt
CONCRETE a pared fruit berries
; or in the Jars the in tun
on a cold oven. one-half turn. Place jars rack in taking care
on oven
small quantity of fruit to can and a small quantity of ;;
FITKNISIIED sugar Jars should not touch each other or the sides of the oven. Set don't F. or 13 nuantes
available she can use a light syrup for fruits and berries. This touch. Process 43 minutes I In a 250 oven
j u ( TWO BLOCKS regulator at 250' p, and light or, turn on oven, starting to I in water bath.
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YPES Caps to OF Fit JARSnd Them L I JELLIES and PICKLESEntire I r \,

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, standard Mason Ue opening (2" Inches In Family Will Enjoy before you embark upon canning< them. Make a small quantity 1

1.1 111 with with and deep. thread (,. Inch), tak- at a time to assure care In making. Home of the

bra) and cap or shoulder Home-Made Jams and Jetties CARROT ORANGE MARMALADE StrawberriesThis i

0 oranges 4 cups water IL41Et'IaSweetest
Clear, sparkling and qtdvery-that's good Jelly. Then. If 4 lemons 6 cups carrots) of Heaven

> "?) A. it has fresh fruit flavor, Its perfect jeDyl If It holds its angles S cups sugar :

when cut, then its score Is 100 per cent. Remove peel from oranges and lemons and chop the peel

To make good Jelly, you must hive sufficient quantity of of both. Soak peel in 4 cups of water overnight and drain.

1 pectin in your fruits or berries for this puts the jell in Jellies. Cut orange in small pieces, dice or run carrots through food
Some fruits have a good quantity of natural pectin but others chopper. Add peel to oranges and carrots and cook until ten YCMiIER: FOKTV-ONK

o B.I' lacking in it will require the addition of another fruit contain der in as little water as possible. Add sugar and water In .

I ing a good quantity of pectin or a commercial pectin either which peel was soaked and cook until thick and clear. Add Church

I powdered or liquid. The use of a commercial pectin cuts down lemon seal. juice and cook 5 minutes. Pour Into sterilized Jara and an I ]Five CandidatesNow

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('S"Z'J- y i4 I ; M 3 pounds peaches 1 small bottle maraschino In Race

2 oranges, sliced thin cherries

2 cups shredded 8J4 cups sugar
metal cap with white lacquer lining and a ihoulder pineapple J, teaspoon salt
Ult a Or use a porcelain lined line cap-41 you have For City Council ::
bHr ring. Pour boiling water over peaches: drain: cover with cold ,
shoulder rubber. Zinc
hand-with a are
perfect one on cap water and remove skins. Chop peaches; add oranges, pineapple
IIIde! nos due to war needs for zinc, # g cberry juice sugar salt and two or three cracked peach
kernel. Boil hard for 30 minutes. Add cherries cut in rings. Two unnoiincemi'iita, adding! to

j or me a 3-pt ce cap--metal screw band, glass disk, top Continue cooking until fruit is tender and syrup Is thick, stirring the Ri'mlng' Hut. of candidates forIhit'O 1

i rubber. 4 frequently. Pour into hot. clean jelly glasses and seaL placet In be tilled, on the ;

L'lty Council In the September 12 ;
> Or use a -plece cap.-metal screw band slightly less deep PEAR PRESERVES ,,ilcctloncie made this ueeKrty : ''i yt.
I quart sliced or chopped 1 cup water or juice HH
with fldwed-on rubber. pears
metal disk 1 two
Jaityls B, and lYe cups sugar 2-3 slices lemon camps igners, !
rut Axseiisor .
K W. Hayes and I
a p va, Pare fruit (if hard, cook until tender In water). Make a .Tax Collector C. A. Knight. I
syrup out of liquid and sugar add fruit to partly cooled syrup .
with standard Mason size! opening without shoulder and bring gently to a bolL Boil rapidly until clear and tender, (loth men slat ml that they will\ .

Jar with deep thread (W inch) or shallow thread (34( Inch). cool quickly. Stand in syrup to plump. Pack fruit In sterilized piobnhly 'Issue' statement nt ulater
A commercial Jara are this type. jars and add reheated syrup to within Y 'Inch of top. Seal iiate but nt the! present time
sue at once. wish only to place their rnndlilarv -

BREAD AND BUTTER PICKLES before pMmprctlvn voter,. In
Good Jelly Deserves Your Closest Attentionthe
55= 25-30 medium-.ized S cups cider vinegar tho St'plembei 12 election. 1
boiling time of the juice considerably and thus the fruit or cucumbers S cups sugar (2J-4 pounds) This I week's announcements\ d

berries can retain a good natural color and flavor more readily. 8 large white onions 2 tablespoons mustard seed Y ring the total to five who are

DI Oood jelly is easy to make if the whole procedure is under large sweet peppers 1 teaspoon tumeric bidding for places on the City .
stood and recipes followed to the letter. If you are making Yt cup salt Y teaspoon cloves Council In order of their
jelly without here is the method. Select fresh fruit announcements -
pectin, or
thin Chop
Wash cucumbers well and slice as as possible. '
they are: ;:
For thti Jar J trps without houldiri niloriginal berries, wash and pick over carefully. Cook juicy fruits and onions and combine with cucumbers and salt. Let .. I. M
peppers Claim'sJiinlun
I I ....Iaa screw up style: D or ODe berries without any water, and cook firmer lets juicy fruit and and
I lib It. Buy: nw m.t.l dl.k with flow.don berries with Its stand 3 hours and drain. Combine vinegar sugar spices I M. Smith il'
only enough water to prevent scorching. "j
boil. Add drained
rubber.I in large preserving kettle; bring to a cucum- I Van K.
useless to add a lot of water to fruit or berries in the hopes while hot In citing Is held at CanlenK
I; I 4 Or II thread'! deepen .e"*. type: of ,- bers. Heat thoroughly but do not
\!C. == i" ) pies or .-plsc. ..p-.ho... U B and C that there will be more jelly, for you will only have to cook sterilized jars and seal. Ho Invited to at- ; W lluyesC :p
DOT*. down your juice to make jelly, and longer cooking destroys A. KnlKht ,
Best pickles are crisp pickles. To have them crisp use only I Is. located nt (ho
color and flavor. pure apple cider vinegar use tested recipes to get the proper I There are three places to bafilled i

Fruit, Berries Should Be Heated Slowly mixture for brine and use water which is as free from minerals on the council and two of
as possible. Insist on good vinegar. the Incumbents whose terms ex-I
size and for Fruit and berries are heated slowly until juices begin to pi Iro I hIM fn 11-
ATTERNS: For standard Mason Jar opening . .... ..... Officers I n. A. lllahop and
threads. run freely. Then place cooked fruit in a Jelly bag made from jf.;; .. \ L. .\. Davis. .have announced Unit
.j'. cheesecloth muslin hang and let drain. Do not try to ailed
'(\ or up I they will\ not be candidates for
squeeze juice from the bag to hurry up the dripping as this l'e-t'll'ction.
i The third
jelly to be cloudy. 'ening II expiring
may cause
council Bent I Is
? After the juice has all dripped out, measure it, and add one now occupied by
rnemuem l of K.I Q. Duncan
) who hus not yet
cup of sugar to each cup of juice. Boil together the juice and hunch
To : will be, Insclal announced, whether he will ba a
do .
Shallow thread. Jar without sugar until you can make It pass the jelly test this
STANDARD ahoulder. take a drop or two of the sauce and let drop on a sauce dish. service! Sun- candidate or not.

MASON SIZIOMNINO I If it seems to jell immediately the jelly is done. Another test ug. **, at 8 p. in Afore than: usual Interest, Is tie- I

> for jelly is to take a little of the cooked juice cool slightly and Churchwell paa-. InK shown In the approaching

C pour back Into the kettle.from the edge of the spoon. If the - lake this an nut I City Election this yenr all voter. Y%

I jelly has not cooked long enough the juice will fan in two 1 -" '. m and all church are beginning to realize that tho
parallel drops from the spoon. When jelly is done the drops ..""' ....-:- gej to be present' administration of the city' affair -

a.... Deep thread). jar with ibonlder will run together and fall from the spoon in a sheet leaving anion will be oh. / Is now approaching the realm!
the edge of the spoon clean. Remove jelly from heat and tdm. ' services next Sun- of "big buslneiM", with revenue
.- Pour into glasses and seal with paraffin at
jelly carefully
f .A 1M eject' of the moi'n- from taxes, licenses and the municipal .
once and then store in a cool, dry place at once. Do not be ... rest Thou Me". power plant more than
concerned if jelly does not seem to set immediately after : .;;t' ; Bible School clue up
100 cent the fiscal.
per over
In to com- year
week cases
cooling. It may take a or longer some 7
3. Lightning Jar with wire bait Open- the : .. ... ; : evening/ with a 1041-42.
plete "jell. .. -, '
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inn Similar sirs to standard Mason jar. etc. ..... A '..:.-."f"""' ..-' k ? The school has Usually City Elections) evoke
Although the spoilage with Jellies, jams preserves, o' ....,., (' ', ." ,
is not as great as when canning fruits and vegetables, be sure -;-.-.-.... ..........-n.j....-.-....-' '. ., nlIng. event of thet little interest on thp part o( the

=- to have jars washed and sterilized before pouring In jelly. Clear, Sparkling and Quiver?-Your Objective was well attend-. I public but this. year there seems ;
cg Wash all.glasses and jars in clean, soapy water rinse, and 'Interest was man.student to be a strong desire to elect men
Ii II boil IS minutes in fresh water. Leave Jars stand in hot water RIPE CUCUMBER SWEET PICKLES body.Complaints, who will be well qualified to ad-

Use slue top and. shoulder rubber ring. until ready to fill. 8 large ripe cucumbers 1 ounce whole cloves nilnUter. the affairs of tho city

( In making jellies with a fruit pectin follow directions care- }, pound stick of cinnamon \Y pints vinegar : during this period when money I'
fully as the procedure is different from jelly-making as described or oil of cinnamon 3 pounds sugar Is flowing Into the treasury. ,!

for just fruit juice and sugar. Count the boiling time Pare the cucumber., quarter and take out seeds. Cut f County Cornmls- The deadline for qualifying/ candidates I i':

carefully as this Is of the greatest importance. quarters Into medium-sized pieces. Scald In salted water (2 In session Monday Is. August 15 and. the ,i I
Following are several recipes for Jams, jellies, preserves, tablespoons salt to 1 quart water), then drain and simmer in t. m. for the purr city's ,
registration bonks will close r
4. "6$" she! Jar with screw thread. Open. .. conserves, marmalades and pickles: clear water until they are tender. Tie spices in a bag l and boll complaints con- "Saturday August 12.Lawtey. on t ':
lag 1ft Inches diameter. GRAPE JELLY them with vinegar and sugar S minutes. Pour this mixture Ms on real estate A'J,

(Make 11 m.dium-i*.d glasses) over cucumbers cover Jar and set away. The next day. pour off perty . . . e . e . I : '
S cups juice 6VS cups sugar syrup boll for 10 minutes and pour over cucumbers again. s
fruit pectinTo Flavor is improved by repeating this process several times.
1 box powdered Irs. Thorn j
With last heating, place pickles in cleaned, sterilized Jars and
I prepare juice stem about 3% pounds fully ripe grapes
Ua original screw cap. Buy: new metal and crush thoroughly. Add \Yt cups water bring to a boil, seal at once. PICKLES *riday Uy EVELYN: WARREN
disk with flowed-on rubber eapeclally: and simmer covered for 10 minutes. Place fruit in jelly bagor (14 days) :11 Dinner . . . e . . .1
.. mad to ft* "61" jar e. cloth and let juice drip. Measure sugar Into dish and set
aside. Measure Juice Into 5-6 quart saucepan Place over Into a clean stone jar. put 2 gallons of cucumbers which I hundred persons Billy Edwards, Jr., and George I
'fire. Add powdered fruit pectin mix well and con- have been washed carefully and sliced lengthwise. Dissolve 2 Shufonl. were In Jacksonville .,
hottest of salt In 2 gallons of boiling water and pour whUe hot 'amp Blandlng and I
tinue stirring until mixture comes to a hard boil. Pour sugarin cups I shopping Friday.
Cover and weight down pickles and let stand athered at a large
Continue stirring bring to a over pickles. i
constantly. Phil Shuford
at once, stirring I was a ringside
PATTERNS: For "63" Jar openings and for threads. full rolling boil and boil Y minute. Remove from fire, skim, for one week. On the eighth them day and drain let stand and 24 then hours.pour gallon On the sped banquet table I spectator at the Seott-Harlund ,
water I
of boiling over
pour quickly. Seal with hot paraffin at once.. ninth day drain, and pour 1 gallon of boiling water with 1 ub corner Temple : boxing match In Jacksonville on a

APRICOT AND RASPBERRY JAM tablespoon powdered alum over the pickles and let stand 24 Sts, last I'll Jay Friday night +

< 2 pounds apricots *Y cups sugar hours. On the following or tenth day, drain again and pour I the farewell dln- Miss Linda Carrudloe of Tampa t "

y4 cup water VA cupit raspberries 1 gallon boiling water over pickles and let stand 24 hours. illus L. 'Thorn Mis. spent' several days last weok with

7 Add water to apricots which have been peeled and pitted. Drain. r two sons, Phillip Mr and Mrs. F. R. Carradlne.
Add sugar and raspberries and cook until Jam is desired con- To make the pickling mixture combine 3 pints vinegarheated David Moore and family p
r into sterilized Jars and seal at once. to boiling with 0 cups sugar, Y ounce celery seed. 1 who has been dl-
sistency. stopped' through Lawtey Saturday'
I drain off for
this pickles,
Pour Jar without ihoutder.Sgt.'Scolty"Westerv Preserves conserves and marmalades are to a meal what ounce cinnamon stick. over each USO-YMCA Club evenlug on their way to Lees-,
and adding 1 sugar morn-
reheating cup
finish and smoothness.Because
make-up is to a lady. They provide Into sterile nit two years, re- erg.r.
With third and last heating pack pickles
of which will be left bver for Ing.
of small amount sugar
accompaniments carefully jars, pour hot liquid over them and seal I to accept a posl- Mr. and, Mr*. Hines of Tampa
I this purpose, consider your meal rmunent YMCA on were week-end quests of Mrs.

Tort Leavenworth, Hine,' mother Mrs. Enoch Grlffls. .

the evening came I Miss Ernestine Moore, In spending .

night, chairman of soma time with her cousin, t,
r .,.' i-YMCA committee Miss Lou Edwards
presented to Mr.
r MU Vera Mosley spent Thnrs- +
>at a itf .liver
J r-u day with Miss Madeline Griffin.*....................- '" ---.. 1 camp jjmitiiig' H tomi ere 'V iiium.The I t' compotes as a token of esteem Miss Ruth Duckworth of Live
future red"F; 'stU"mp1rrcrptell: 4f t." eight uocuiou regional conferences sched- A meeting of'the City Council I I following girls enjoyed thin from the community. In a brief Ouk spent several days last week r
Anti-rson. he pralned the accomplishments -
""'tch from last Tuesday trip: Janet speech
postponed camping
instructor has been Clute, secretary. wad
W. T. uled for this year.It his with Mr. and Mrs Joe Brown.
rated with a 50-hour USO Joe E. Wilson. treasurer. was stated by O.D.T. that all evening the regular meeting date Betty Ann Flynn. Margaret Fowler of Mr. Thorn during
n recognition( of his service DirectorW. available transportation must bekf'pt until next Tuesday it was an- Vivian McRae, Well Land- two years In Starke and expressed Mrs Mary Dlnklns and Gun

le Club in connection with B. Sewell. C. H. Nasworthy, for essential travel and the nounced this week by a memberof rum i Cai'leen Rogers from a troopof the deep egret i of the community Loddholti were in Jacksonville
Jo- ioccaslonel! their departure. Thursday visiting relatives
group. the Jacksonville Girl Scouts I by
Ferarra, Chas. A. Darby military personnel b.Ingevacuated group.
V Knight Frank wounded Ann Dlnklns and Joan Carpen- I Both Mr and Mrs Thorn spoke Little Freddie Dlnklns Is here
spoke on "MI11- Alvarez. from the battle areas
)Ira. and the Army Town". and R. B. Committee ter. briefly, expressing their appreciation visiting his grandparents Mr. and
Chaplain Membership by 1011'tl.1 I and their reluctance to leave Mrs. 1'. U Dlnklns.
Rex Elder Lawhead Junius M. Smith chairman; ChurchBoth CollectionIn They were chaperoned 1
h RSlment) discussed Mill- Sale, Joe C. Hoover. Baptist Paper I Alice Anderson Mrs. G. B. Flynn Staike.I Mrs., Agnes Sapp and childrenof

Mrs. and Her Husband In Guy Advertising/ CommitteeE. morning and evening ser- South Starke and Mrs. T. F. Landrum.The I I During dinner a program of Lake Butler were visiting Mrs.

Nag! for the Military Mrs. L. Matthews, chairman; Nat vices at the Baptist> Church next Next TuesdayThe troop returned to Starke dances. and songs wall presented I J. II MacDonuld several days
which by pupils uf Mrs. Joy Powell anda last week.
meets on Tuesdays Sunday will be conducted by Wednesday afternoon
clock. Sternberg.Entertainment Chaplain Daniel of Camp Blan- special' waste paper drl e musical program by Mrs. L. A. Mr. and, Mrs. J. A. Starling and Fk

'Illy wives who are new In J, B. Carlisle, chairman; W B. ding. now being conducted will endAUK. At The TabernacleThe Canova, pianist. Chaplain Rex Miss. Joyce Bennett were visitingMrs.

't'are urged to attend a New Mundy S. L. Peek ThU' will be the second time 13. L. T. Over announcedraterdity. Lawheud vocalist and Mrs. Wil Maggie Hudson In JacksonvIII. ,.

s Coke hour any Monday that Chaplain Daniel has occupiedthe > but paper will continue regular Friday evening service fred SchraUer, violinist.The ., Monday.'

'' day 't2 o'clock. The Club Lever ChurchYou pulpit of the Starke Baptist to be plrkeil. up .ven'af. at the Tabernacle will be large number of distinguished Mr.,. Fred Moore and childrenare I

'ltlfed et, at 201 North Walnut Pine church and all who heard him be- err that date. conducted by District Evangelist guests present from Col. In Tampa visiting relatives.

are cordially Invited to a fore were splrlually impressed and The city tracks will rollert D. R. Dickert of-- Ormond- former Jos out. R of. "town erl Chief Included..., Personnel Lt. I H. C. Kelly! and Murvlne War-
and all day service strengthened by his message. on Cull .91. and the pastor of the Holy HIM Baptist "J Y. -- ren were business visitors In
dinner paper )
basket !
uth Arrested 'at Pine Level Baptist Churph. located All service men. their wives Hoiilh. holt of town ne,t Tuinilnj I I Church, now associations! District Branch Camp handing; Lt. Col. Starke Thursday
E. Mlnlkea, Director of Security
r I on Road 48. 4 miles west of visitors and "stranger within ., Aug. 8. and ,Mr. Dyer I Kvangellst.: ; S. Mrs I. T. George of Miami

Wielding Knife Starke. on Lake Butler Highway. our gates' 'are cordially invited to urge greater cooperation on Mr. Dickert will also speak at and Intelligence W. P. Buckwalter Division! 'spent several days last week with

'lUng If, G. Sunday. August 6thSunday these services. A warm welcome the part of the public since the the open air meeting Saturday Camp handing; VSO Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Benne .
WalnwrlKht of
ltd was o'clock and and of you lit pear an en.l. and again at all the services regional supervisor
at the School begins at 11 awaits each everyone I special drUe so night Mrs. C. B. Bennett aDd Joyce
Night Red
V. Gross
Owl "Juke"dawn for Florida; C. ,
store preaching at 12 o'clock. Services at the First Baptist Church cor- Mr. Dyer plan to visit all Sunday.At IMand- Bennett were visiting to Starke!, ,
''It Saturday by the after and Jefferson Streets. and urgeStudenta Soldiers' Hour Sunday Cross Field Director Camp
y Sh'rlff announced for ner Clark schools now open the Tuesday.Friend. 1 i
McKinney after will and Lt. Col. Edwin R. Carter,
! will be Ing;
\\ad worship honor
teacher to gather ,
Knifed time.. Come and afternoon special of Mrs. 6
at that and relatives
"Ttl, soldier during a noon Gospel In the who have assisted Post Chaplain, Camp Blanding.
with us. old time RECEIVES all paper poHslbto paid to the boys chairmanof Perry Davis will be glad, to learn 'I r
Mrs. R. A. Green was
bought no and preaching. next few days l *., I that the In the Tabernacle work that she Is home from the hospital -
I'd affidavit had been singing Word haa been received here contentantfl oversea or arrangements for the dinner
County have
who gone
Bradford and
3terdav. officials said he of Cpl. RichardV. E. Matthews served as and doing fine.
and L.
ht and of the promotion . >
be Eo )[. Hutto be chown king and qurenof moved on to other camps.The
charged with usault. Mr. and Mrl. Palm St. John to the rank of Ser- may Invited to attend toastmaster. Members of the Mr. and Mrs. 1 If. C. Kelly were
latent West Is
of drive. public
3e to kUl. I daughter. Patsy week geant. He iJ stationed at Camp the service (iSO served. vUltatiy In Starke Tuesday.
was iuu all of these
boad.released Tuesday momoa -. Beach are spending Hutto. Jackson S. C. 4e
with Mrs. Tillman

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.: ionu lor rent Iwittrd within 2mHeo ( 7Jl tr eo lest tbna.Material .
( lit Idsl foh..r C\
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Wade) Jars becoming more
j 119 Cunt 'all Htrrrt! Mr Frarccw and put are
Mrt4. Marjorie Wad w'olnt Mad more *umand jrwuTl l orrtymmcr

W. T. CLUTE. Realtor hOlllplUlflll nt a Hon Lids ml_ tbeae baady labor-.a'Lac appU- Insecticidesand

FOIl MAI.I.-II', fiirnlliirF Tucaday night at e once tfcrjr are 'poaM mhxnptloVuw .".
I .... J. 'lIIw-l.ltWI.' 1 i Il. Man Church, given In Rubbers P r electric faalr laM the 1"iI'IJMId7'T. '
.I' t Mm" J. C. Wynn the f -
"' q f I I FOIL I.y. B"ST-fl," room. All iHiiiHP moilirinoew ''nrrfurnlKhod. '11 Jeanette, Parker of S Spices .... year swag spplJaaeta to Mmow
,1 ..nnv..i,'.. I'hone 178 :IIf I of "Pi doing ear
, Interesting gamp . a-e tae keep OB
;.; "f ,..wnr llvln' ( em" was enjoyed and : : Job .tie. 3s 'pIq m" Remediesof
FOIl HALK- I plwe. pr
: I W'r .ha'ie lids t.e fit
f room Hiilm, KOIM! 'O.ulltlnn-fI: ) Sweeney was' the lucky fourcw4fe'e
4 I J'' ''t ......) SIH.ox. lint GOO Hturke.' 1 I tt. the prize. a pair of flCfplacqu. aM alataooAaJ.aeWl all kinds at
' I t'' \ NALIOb. room bourne I In .".
11 ij j Klsrlc. .-, 'larKf Int partly fin. Another fun-provok ;. IA H
, "I I'1. a nlehed., Men. V. II. llnrrell.. SOB 1 1II N. '
',I'.U'r.) Pbnne. 6 .
.H'' Kxprensed: In Songs"; _
rt ''I I ;1,1; '\'AN1'Ir.P-I1Y er'>m|>pt,>nt whit. Prances Wad worth i
.;! lady. l position' MB h..lln..k..r i < DARBY'SWhen
,... '..
t .: where room IB BVILII.. < ll i ai '. Improvised tale of the and Seed Storeguarantee '
., / N. i'hrl
i Mr K .1. Powlll1lo1'-2/1 ,. doil pair, and Mrs Mf /Rti
Jl tr
rf t'Ian Ml Mm. M f Claunln-y

t 1 11,., ANTrI--H..nll': and' fr.llocti .. popular rendering songs the, inunlca.._. TRYTHEPAUSE
route. nmn)-Jinnmiitk Kuriillui "Allin"
!....._ 1 I t'pJ the The mont honoree correct won HOI tl) a Hot Kitchen Makes Yon Feel ThAT REFRESHES l

11'1".1'IALI!' .-t burner rand' t ,
,,114: 't; tiarner' KlurAnta nil cook wtoiid In this. mtmlcal) emma'miniature
1 :3-tniriicr N'oHdi oil tool animal stat
''V', each with oven. W 'I1I :, ANYONE CAN
'. 1I+. v', $iark. 1 I IVK I(J given her. SEE
! l After thin! many !II>'
s ::4 I'KNNi:: :! stray crown 1'.1 ._X/t e /M Oy
I raw with my k. owner mi r. linen and lace were
1-2 mllr nnrof <
111 at my
li .,i s9 l Hturk and flnlm' oume I. n. admired by the. brl aM SEE OUR ATTRACTIVE APPAREL for K V I'vV vi
c'a.rItOti. III' bout of frlendn. Mr SAW

I OST somewhere In Hliirlio, W..d. prltKlletl her opprecU
I n"Hlav.. two pine" green niilt 1CMitrd .,.. tweet and gracious Mlle Jobs(
for return In Aliiigli'' '* Huvl" ,
'.O"K IXi-tmuo nrflcr, launcherINI charming periionallty.A Visit oar fnBtain for a m resb-
Telephone t'n. 1111 delightful punch .. TOTS rmocT.s *' PtNAFOBES'
..lei tll' :N"ICIt HIH'I'OUTM InillMdtlHltlmlKiiofl ,, MrH. Ui-rllm I'DIIMV. 111 by MIR. Hint UlnaonMia. BOTT5 WTTS 41 C1HLDRCVS S\O-\TE.B
Went Ma m. It will help you t* PRESSES LLi:
1 Wll.l UN: IN STAICKIalxuit IImldill of Hampton, an In 1 . the extra
lit. .. with cuaame style the
of August and would tarry yevr program
,,!,' la have rooms for lltllit hourskePping. and their many SMARTSHOPUse extra quality In
our attractive
smelt 1I1".lm.,1 or
much liapplnea
h..UN..... My husband will"l .. an line ofHOUSE
a,, ', Instructor at Camp Hlandlny awe ) ture.
expect to l Ire In marks fHome < ,
time. Will appreclala, | !. liforinntlun Mr. and Mm. Lana DRESSESand ,

I t y rv brfurfi c'nnccrnlnK Auir 16. Ad anyVltel1R'1 MN rirllm I Belle anti daughter -
.tr to Mm. Harry It. Slven'. I Jacksonville were WP<< Your GardenCorning Savings to.: -
IS Wrnt Harris Av... ).a. UrnnKi, We are also preparedtar these .
of Mr. and Mia. R. fMm.
llratlfurd Count
III., or notify
{, f' T...l...raph. I U Eva Dirt am little accideaU that ache ia the BREAKFAST COATS
rle Bell Brown were
Gainesville Monday kitrbea with a complete Em* .f-
Woodrow Cuthn Buy War Bonds
; $50 .oIeitt
Blandlng Bpent the w FIRST AID ITEMS
him father the Rev

: 9Hi! : : WAR BOND lion! Mr., Tommy and of Mrs.Mr., of Llttl and'tguents >> EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYV. K.

Waterson the past V 2:
S 1-c Dennis P CANOVA'S 'eu Shop
t Coast Guard! has ret S. St. John, Managing Owner f
a' Given UI<' regard to find nh Augustine after enjo;

t UH" or niMirtiiient suitable leave at home.
\ for IM In 8lark or ttlthln 15 Mrs. Ida Truex a Inquire at the CHARLEY E. JOHN

w d +.i mile You'll. be or li,lplnx Camp un and Utandlng.Uncle day Hall.home' from She of her Miami recently sinter ai i Most t Accidents Occur In I the i the KIT C HEN Agency

Ham. that her husband, SI|

t i 'V. II Phone Write or Comeftto reported Mr. and miming Mrs.*. C.ov' THEY NEED YOUR HELP . . You them

'i iee-Airs. Jacobs. Rm. 12 family and Mr. ant can help by Canning STAR STORE SPECIAISMEN'S
Magnolia\ Hotel Phone 51 Kite and !!son L. J.

Newtnen, and MUa
enjoyed a picnic at f

.y 7r !t \WANTHIV....0 In Htniko,or 6 by room August unh.rnl..h..dhn. I. In' Friday evening.Pfc. Leather
; 'S quire at \\ondcr lift Hh.i>. 41 and Mrs. See e
arrived Sunday fri Soled
tt ", Ilk cows, stock cows, beef cut. Ala, Pfc. Goodman
pa' tie., mock bulls or hnK". get I In ter a short visit an Iera'It 'SHOES
.. -
touch with J. r Oilom Jr Its
floe 147 8t>rk,. Has tot trfik.
'' City. Telephone 481 J..k.t t '
n'tr 1.6.1. 3.00

t t'OK HAT.n-70 acre farm."
e.i. stork: rrop. Running All f.:;etl" ""Ir. Tel<1oabiilldlnKii. :.! THE FIR!
'+I. Z' phone 1.13. l'. O. Uox 446, HUrU..

f from posture ran
','", Hlurkr' two i-ti-ern branded NIey Cornet SUMMER PRICES
marked crop under luilf, crop err
.1. ,.! eery; ml cow britnilMil O H. HI" SANDALS 2.35
. 1.75
1 \\ttlnwrluht ward for corker Information' 7114-21! R. takes strength to 4. a let of canning . . to
.I but it also tales strength to pull stalled --'- -. -
a jeepthrob .
r )Yet HA 1.10-!iu arm farm. NbulMlitHv IKi Yes. Ere. jar of foodstuffs
r. that
$ l new fence S 1-1 mi.n.'h saad and ...cI. Insure that you presen-e CHILDREN'S SHOES _1.35 upNT
i v of IoClllrk.-1 ml. from (V".up. strength In your kitchen means that much
I. I Plunrtlnw' 1.4 nil east, of .loo i beae more -
& flrlll Jail: hlllh\\..,. Aaron Hun ... Os and foreiga fronts fcy CANNING for oar mm on the Fighting Fronts Iake sure
r ...,.. 7.11-3Ip s VICTORY. that both bare enough to eat. You un do it 117 LARGE ASSORTMENT

: by nfoame to waste surplus fruits vegetables H of DRESSES at SAVINGS
SundayMorning '. Jim Forest .f the
FOR SALE and meats. CAN THEM NOW! -

,i ": M""ber Federal Deposit 1D8Uraat'e Corp..
;i PARTLY FtTKNISHKD Evening' }: Florid \atio.yl. G__m

i ; FROM COrilTIIOt'SKAT : : And at the end of a day . .

};1! 3U N. TKMPLK AVE. Between I I "Come out of the klichtn, vary Anne" Comfortable Air Conditioning ALW.1"S.GOOD

,t t I Trice-$5.500.00; a the districts congr: ;: _and relax with a moire fee Water pop Corn SHOW AT THE Park Theater r

,, r It. J. DAVIS 30.
' ij 4js N. ciiimni ST. i1A.

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+ 'AN" .:I) '!1'0 HI.Y-tIlIlK..r olertrlvwlntc
+ i .lloyd Hcriln mitrhln I Oiillnhan. Writ., Flit. ,. Mrs. THEATRE'STARKE will be used strictly in accordance with the Food Conservation
'I-II-UP _
1 A liMIDNITE Program.
+ II7f FOIL HA1.K Oil '1KADK:-1>||'' goo"
', farm mule fur cows or noffi* J ? t
s 4p i IV. Prevail. VluniptiMi. 7121-2 tr 4' 7
SAT.-SUN.-MON., JULY 30-31 -

4 ? VitaminsAT "COVER RITA HAYWORTH GIRL". For Locker: Space And Information Please ContactT.

GENE KELLYTUES.WED.TIIURS. Frank Landrum H. E. Tucker J. E. Wilson

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i L. T. Dyer

SKELTON Browplee Bros. .
Starke Fla.
I ; I I Starke, Fla.

}' !: f 24 Tablets 15c Ritz Theatre

::,t. 48 Tablets :29c I '

'i ,r..'. : 100 200 Tablets Tablets 75c 49c I,I "THE SUN.-MON.:"LODGER", JULY 30-31 ALL LOCKER RENTALS WILL BE HELD IN ESCROW BY THE


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