Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Comes Even To N.E.I. . Natives

\\lmas ed By 7. /. Dressed In Santa Claus Suit . BRADFORD COUNTY

neS Coming Thru Better Sgt. Anderson Says r


Somewhere In NE!. here we are just about five County Publication Established In 18i'lI 4

December 104 degree off the equator!
Approach II NEImbar And GIs are giving, as well aa I VOLUMK SIXTY-SEVEN a STAIUUB. FLORIDA. Fltll!>.\."'. DKCK.MBKH 29, 1944 UMBEK\ TEN

1ma.' marked the receiving, gifts. From the a-

goo ofof as my my 25th one fourth filth of Sam's year and sol-the on palm bounding mahogany the ,supply more rose wood industrious of teak, and, ebony black and, Bradford One Of Few Counties Short Of Goal

uty Believe you me, my I patient (both of which let me 1 !

a. civilian life arefuzzy lout) guys fashion walking canes,

tlolIS Of about the edges., bracelets, chop sticks (they tell In 6th War Loan $44,000.00 Still NeededArea

lIth "mllltary" Christmas home folks they got 'em offt the ;

too, and yesterday Japs!) cocktail stirring rods, and
,g up picture frames. Some of the sol- '

u 5 l.dock e laden tide ;I dier-made with among mother the souvenirs coral of pearl here are on found inlaid our Rent Office To Open Here; After Lt. Edwards 35 Missions Home Public Today Urged and To Tomorrow Buy Another; Sales Bond I'f'':, ,,:,.{:|i ii|

nbudon beach. Each of these amateur Still Count On Quota ir. " l4

fr U cargo com- I 9It"s 9It"t craftsmen of rat-tall has a private collection Will Handle Cases Starke Mw1fWyg "+yyyz :',1 ,.". rt'
flat files
and ,, For Lawtey
and aI'' +.' sand paper knives, razor blade! Bradford County is one of the few-very fe\v-remain : 1 ,)"

haveelffht hack saws, wire and glue with ing Florida counties that have not yet reached their assigned ''IX,

1 which they rake, and quota in the Sixth War Loan Drive. ;
k The : scrape Because of the large amount On the basis of figures obtained from the bank and '
shape the varied brainstorms Into i iI
of rental property In and around OPA Announces
I Ire bet- I beautiful models any girl back Starke, the Office of Price Administration post office yesterday, it is estimated that Bradford has! J "'

Ipe in now I home would dearly love to own. is opening an officeIn Sudden ChangesIn reached a total of $215,000, still some $41,000 short of its ",: '

A skillful few carve statuettes $259,000 goal.Although. a l
recelv- Starke In the Rosenberg building Food RationingAlthough j
kagei Int from ebony that are breathtakingly 205 E. Call Street. Glen E. the drive officially ended Dec. 16, it was 1h

that had no shape atr beautiful. Wood has been, appointed Area no civilian food crisis announced that sales through Dec 30 would .be credited to '1
.1 t 10,000 mile trip Our chaplain held a "souvenirfair" Rent Representative for the local exists, the Office lot Price Administration - 'tic e .J r :: ,.
the unvu lUlU airman juntos
of other in the chapel a few weeks office, with Miss Louise Snyderas early this week ann i\Il'!\; 'iff
five tons M.\ Smith "
IP expressed hope
four or back and awarded cash prizes clerk-Jrtenographer. ounce a tighter restrictions 1 First 1945 Baby ;'\( '!
that this
extra of
sergeant, Richard for the best entries. Top honors The new office will be opento order to insure everyone of i a P Born In Bradford would be period ,1\1' 'i1,
duty I grace sufficient to '
Columbia, 8. C., went to a Florida handicraftsman the public as of January 1,, fair share of scare items" ;;L V
from LABEL M. Sgt. Robert Lyle of and hours will be from 8:15 a. m. Things that the housewife will Will Be Lucky put the county over the top '''; ; '

?, a package_yesterday.I Dundee, for a brilliant necklace to 5:20 p. m. each day except want to remember about these There ,now seems little ', I

to labt-l teU her the truth" and bracelet set made of matched Sunday. latest changes affecting her shopping I..aLLi1 The first baby born!1 In chance that sales during the:1.: .f'\t:: :i'1';
In the '
Sergeant<< mUlled, "cat's eyes," multi-hued, oval, This Area Rent Office !Is being day are: Bradford County year remaining two days of the month I 'I
frplexed shells about value of 1945 will b, a lucky )'UtIDIt4'0r. ("- will be sufficient to Brad ; ;
I tell her howe sea the size of a opened to facilitate the handlingof A HMO In red point + place ..
hall and how much large acorn, affixed to a silver all communications, registrations butter from 20 to 24 point a ford on the honor roll of Florida I i

box] was" Truth won the chain (an ordinary GI silver dog and complaints for both pound. In a full page dvertl-M counties that have reached or I, t' -

(lad It? tag chain polished). When of- the landlord and the tenants of That about 85 per cent of al: _._OM ment In thin issue, announcing surpassed their quotas. y t"J,

Js'; oddities I received fered $100 cash for it, he refused -I Starke and Lawtey and the immediate meats will be placed under rationing a "Plrnt Unity C'ontmt", "I hate to think of it, but'' naj..

the fruit cakes a device ; It was his Christmas present territory adjacent thereto beginning December 31. Monday was a happy Christmas Starke merchant: are offerIng there Is a possibility' that Bradford .:r. .

five phonograph to his wife. After the fair the announcement stated. That canned vegetables which In the home of Mr. and Mn a variety of nlr girt may bit the ONLY county (fi : ",!i'

.sharpening of six oldan there was a regular bull marketof ; For the present, the Area Rent will require points are peas corn, W. M. Edwards, because the; foe the girl or boy who bee In the state that falls down on w: 1 !

[, a pint which yea I tradedan buying, selling, and trading.We 'I' Control office In Gainesville will green and wax beans asparagu: met their son Lt W. A. ((11111) the honor of being tile first the Job in the Sixth War Loan, i,,fi'
Club box of 20 had another reminder of continue to handle the rent problems and spinach! in addition to tomatoes Edwards. In Jacksonville t h a t to arrive after the New fear dial r man Smith said "This \ '!11t 1':

unopened records) Christmas for lunch last for the remainder of Bradford which already are on the night as he came home on i B Parents o f hultlrw horn looks especially bad to the out- '" /f1

inch white phonograph linen handker- day turkey. Dut I nil t \vednes-I County Kingsley Lake and ration list. leave. Bill wan home, Dec. 26, 01 early In ID,til Mlioiild get n Bide world bccauai*everyone knowswe .J .:.,:;; ,..

me be linen being a prologue to Chl'l! Boomtown, as It has In the past.In That all red and blue stamps last year and has been oversee earl Iflrutc from the clew'tor are located close t o Camp ,. 'f .1"j
(which will gray its decision to which became good before December since that ilato. He U a bombal'dlernavlgatol' tilling tint hags of birth." Thin ,, "'I'
the first suspect It was an epilogue to anouncing Iilundlng and have b e n e f Utecl. ; .
Chiefs after I Thanksgiving. Anyway It was open an office here the OPA 1 and all sugar stamp! baaed In .Kng: CPI-I II lento shutting the rnrlle In n financial way '. " ,,' j
y.. of home canning certificates except land' and has flown 35: missions Etter of certainly good after five straight stated: "Rent control Is one and | from this military ,installation ;
Charles .
Corporal days of bully beef and Spam. the vital factors In the war program No. 3. are cancelled over Germany and France wit the mlvrrtlilriK 111 e r o him!*, "If 40 patriotic citizens would .. ,I "
ter, Pa across the way ,250 combat hours to hn! credit :
ultlt "
boosted theas Hear you; folks buck home and It requires the close Five New ited. will hi come forward today and tomorrow q-
holds air medal
l Company Edwards the
last night wheny's are complaining about the riffarot cooperation of the landlord) and Five rtttff red stamps--T5 thri anti 1 Kltt. and buy a $1,000 bond we ''J
pirlt with four oak leaf clusters <
of pack- shortage.ell, don't let tenant to derive full benefit from X5-and five blue--C2 thru GJ could go over the top," the ihalr'J)
accumulation the Distinguished( Flying CroHu :\
Someone them tell ;you It's because the law. -will be validated Sunday, De Varied Festivities man said. "It could easily bo "' '
distributed. He has been shot down in action ? 1i
outfit, they're all going "oversn-as" "As we all know there is a cember 31. Values in both case done, but it Is now up to the )du ;
Santa Claus which entitles him 10 Week 9"
tter a time Feature
with mask and beard. (like the eggs, butter and steak serious housing shortage In all will remain at 10 points ach.. Nc one in the 'cat erpillai people of Bradford County as to ff v If"
'e membership
e the lads a Yuletide pre- I haven't seen ;jet) for our localities situated near any military new sugar stamped will be validated club since he saved his life by,; At USO-YMCA Club whether they want to be listedamong ;;'':'fir/
outfit andd boys are almost fighting! the or naval establishment! until February 1. the winners or the losers.1To ;
:,ter donned to the natives over the butts now. only through the medium of rent The announcement saiti thai parachuting to safety. Santa Claus really brought a t'' ::11' r 'f.

around the. area, about three weeks overFqo'on -. control te the war worker and civilian suppliesj/ sugar, butter "*Lt,. Edward has three weeks I USO Club at Temple '(>i I ."
to "
a1L..._.A J 'rg. present: tlo) () ,
-amusergant.-7 :
: end of that Urni' I ,,,
and the
our Issue.and. the "two"packs any member 6T lhe armed: forces and commercially' canned fruit a; and Washington Streetsofer, 1eW::: Oar d S t11 ; ; ,
''Ives in the vicinity) looked a lay" iloKfaces are almost assured of his accommodations at and vegetables are at the lowest will report to Miami to the; aediatllbutlon ( '. ,
she proceedings with awe center lie trained In the building was straight once
and fear and
often reasonable figure no the began
since war
fit to he tied. rn' a point
\Kdalnfully wondered what I Tenn.. N. M., and Calif., and finished been; torn *
wondered why all the rationedstuff of eviction without cause meat supplies are declining. again after up : '
>f Melican Idol this was. ) at McDIll Field In Tampa Met
hotel, boardinghouses made for TUeSdaY'
,tithe! natives here are not "going/: overseas" never KcMtmirunln, with the repairs being :
gets to our particular sea. We Commissioned and Institution will feel> the past several weeks. ,
their '
a: they say prayers '
think the .%lr Corp gets It. the cut In the IIMI of sugar, effiftlte hall "", fl.: ,
,Idha or Allah. Service OfficerTo The lounge and social were n \"
the Quartermaster ,__ January 1. There will be few new faces "'II ."$'
The AC boys ,
o. IneUtatily, some of the nay -- rpx -- ally decorated and a festive spirit !
reduction ulll be 10 percent around the court house
woolenmm men are jetting It, and The Club. Chrlxtmaicarols Monday, yJ4i '.'
and the
pit KH enter* who do theirown pervaded the day when old :
for UWI-H terms '
down the line. Maybe expire ?
oilmeaningbut no on over the pub-
( u and Vehudl gets it. baking and 15 per rent Return Jan. 6 were played and bowls of and county officials begin "an- ;, tt;+ '
bill"", f r I ends lic address system 4Circuit
for those who do not. A reduced other atretch". ' I\\" :,
ri'i fruits and, nuts were sitting ',I
allowance for Industrial The "old boards"-both the \ : ;
around for the O.I.'a to enjoy.
eant Planned Baptist Arrange users. was onnounowl earlier. Howard De Vaughn, field'sec- Christmas Board of County Commissioners :", ;,;r,'
The four-week point allowanceIn rotary to the State Service Of Highlights of nay tad the Hoard of Public Instruction

Sunday At Full ProgramFor i meat will be cut from 60 to I fleer, will make hilt second visit were a tea In the afternoon with -will meet Monday for brief I Iteesiona

odist Churchay Sunday, Dec. 31 50 per person while the sugar to Starke on Friday, Jan. 6, between Mrs. M. Gahagan pouring the coffee to wind dp loose ends rr-0'

quota of five pounds per person I the hours of 9 a. m. urn! At 7:30: p.' m. the annual of business' before final adjourn

evening at 7:30: o'clock Next Sunday is set apart will be stretched from 10 weeksto 5 p. m.While. Christmas Tree party was enJoyed ment. The "new" boards will % +

to Christmas pageant, in- throughout the South by Southen three months. The blue point I here he will assist vet ) with the 0.8.0. girl giving then meet Tuesday for organization r

{ all departments of thUit Baptists as a day of contrition, quota of SO per person will con- erans and the dependents of deceased nut the Christmas stockings that : and the new order of busi !+ f }

Church, will be pres- confession and consecration. Th tinue through January. veterans with their claim; the people of Starke had filled Wass

The offering will be for' pastor of the First Baptist Meat stamps worth a total of under the new legislation. 1I(' fur the soldiers., Carols were sung This time, however, there will !I

MlJi'en's home at Enterer Church of Starke will bring a # 50 points per person will ,be validated ell interview applicants in the' around the piano with the girls be t only one new face on the ;y 4 h

challenging message! on the topic< in January, compared with main court room of the court' I from Kalford leading the singing. ) Board of County Commissioners, .I

this program, the conon of "Claiming a Promise". 30 in December because about 85 house. : The Christmas formal dance B. I* (Lawton) Crawford sueeeda -

will retire to the recre- A Sunday night New Year'i : per cent of the civilian meat supply was enjoyed by everyone and the : L. L. Conner in District

Willing for an hour of re- watch service will begin at 6:11: will be rationed compared to Children Enjoy gills looked prettier than ever In Two: (North Starke) but other-
until 12.01: cent now.Con'6ulnptlon their: long drewies. One G.I. was 'PP
and fellowship. Those p. m. and continue about 37 per vtau personnel of the Board remains .
t will then return to the starting with a Student Night' Gain Christmas PartyAt overheard saying to another unchanged.

auditorium for a Watch hour and closing with a midnight .,. ',' ., ...." Explaining why broadened meat Walnut St. USO are", don't the girls look wonderful held- Likewise, on the School Hoard p

I representing the men who Candle Light Communion Ser rationing Is necessary, the OPA ? The Grand March was here are two holdover members, } '
the forces from the son of Mrs estimated consumers Santa Claus greeted 80 boys ut 9:30 with Lorene Moncrlef '"st
armed Hugh B. Ingram Bald "it Is with J. K. ( Eaton) Brown, rep- n
vice.The program for the evening Carrie Ingram of Starke, was at present high income levels and girls last Thursday at the leading. After the March refreshments enentlng District Two, the only a? ?s "

cry! parent and loved one will be as follows: graduated from the Engineer Offlcel"s would buy 160 to 170 pounds of Christmas party for children were nerved in the lounge/: new member.' C ,,
School, Fort Bel- If available, the Army Wives'' with Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs.
meet by
with us and bear upnd bj' Candidate meat per person, sponsored
Among officers, Arthur
program county tlt.
Missionary and Mrs. A.
8:15: -- IV, G. Stringfellow
In 13 and Is nowa to the 126 Council of the Walnut Street
prayer at this sea- Training Unions.7:15Special voir, Va., on Dec. during 1945, compared the R. McRne, Superintendent o t
IV, Anderson presiding over
the year," the pastor, the the music by the 2nd Lieut. In the Army Engineers pounds per person they consumed USO Club. lie gave them each I Public Instruction! will be the

IV. J. Churchwell, said in : and service men. Corps.Lt. on the average in the 1935-39 a gift stocking of popcorn ball, 1 .able. only newcomer. He succeeds Dr. .

an Invitation to this ser- young people Night with college Ingram is a graduate of period." and chatted with them about I Coming to the dance for the W. E. Middleton who was not a ar wr

7:30: -Student young peopleIn BHS and wax in the School ol The prospect! now Is that only what they wanted him to bring flnt time In a good while were candidate for re-election. :, t 1
students and
/. Dec. 31, will be obsorv- Engineering at the University of about 127 pound. per person! will hem for Christmas. Writ. Jeanette Christian and the Officials renominated without '' X14
udent charge. t o entering the Before Santa appeared, the little girls; from the telephone office
Recognition Day. with refreshment Florida prior available in 1945.
Fellowship Hour be t ippositlon in the May primaries i
church members will be 8:30: Army on Feb. 13, 1943. The statement also wild that: : ones up to 5 years old colored and Mrs. Johnson and her daughters Tax Assessor E.W. a'
were: County
to be his wife, the former pictures and played a game or from Keystone Heights.
civilians -
present and repre- program,, He and Butler supplies for
Quiz Tax Collector
:heIr schools. 9:30: -Professor Miss Elizabeth C. Koch of Chi have been at the lowest :wo, while the children from 6to Another Christmas has gone bynd Hayes County otl ,
C. A. Knight and ,Clerk of the
all.10:00Candle + wti
open to Lighting Service cago, arrived here last week fora point during the war-will be 8 pinned Santa's whiskers on the IT.8O. was really;!! "a Court A. J. Thomas..,
Staff Visit with relatives and Lt. less in 1945 than la 1944. its picture and played "Pass theInowball" home away from home" for the '
Member by church officers.10:15Installation. W.M.U. Ingram left Saturday for his new stocks are low In many They all gathered together boys who had to a ay In Camp. County Judge E. K. Perryman

'SO.YMCA Club of for the station at Camp Claiborne, La. plaom Sugar--It .lit estimated there to sing "Jingle Bella", The staff \issues many thanks to and Sheriff A. O. Andreu over.oame ,

and Brotherhood officers will be no more than 3,400- Away in a Manger", and "Silentlight" everyone who helped to make their opposition handily to

Jill* P. Chisholm of Little new year. Install ton available for civilian In led by' Mrs. Z. W Street, the Christmas plans a success. succeed 'themselves in their respective %
.. 11I5-Baptlsmal Service. Masons recite offices a & ; e tpt.
la the new member messageby 1945, compared with about 6,- and to hear Dolorita Taylor
,staff at the USO Temple 11:30: Consecration Officers For 1945 100,000 ton consumed In 191-$. "A Visit from Saint Nicho- Net Point Inventory )t.t.,4)t

,"hlngton Streets. Mra. the pastor.11:45Ordinance. of Lord'sSupper. i a t allation I Ration coupon for no more as". Negro Woman k
replaced Miss Catherine : i An Impressive held by the local than 700,000 tons of sugar can be On Christmas Eve, more than Required By OPAAll Shot At Hampton
Who ceremony was and wives sang
was transferred to home canning In the (0 servicemen
l sued for
rue 12.01 Contrl t lo n, confession! Masonic Lodge Wednesday nightin carols around Starke Institutional Users and In- V 5 r
1943 season, compared with ration hristmas Willie Mathis, colored, Is being
Chisholm consecration and prayer service. the hall. from the Walnut Street dustrial Users wll! be required to ae'
comes from the members, W. M., stamps and coupons Issued Carting held In the county' Jail following "r
Club friends, A. Futch, acting Walnut and take a net point, Inventory aa of
C. down
at public walking
The Hub, ,
Greensboro In 1944.
N. C. tons
in 4
armed Marshall for 1.150,000 Hampton
: a shooting scrape
Ia a and those In the and P. &t\ Barefoot as Streets t 0 Washington the close of business on Dec. 31,
graduate of the Unl- visitors Values established for vege- Temple Mathls remarked
to officers Monday night.
J of invited and urged installed the following turned to 1944, according to an announcement rt
where they
are venue, .
Arkansas forces
No. 2 10
and taught ablea: Asparagus, can, to another negro Monday 1,
t PUblic all services.Church for 1945: St. and continued to yesterday by the OPA.It .
schools attend wax beans, Church want
of Little didn't
W. M.; Lacy blue points; green or evening that if he ;
before Martinez, back to the USO to file such
Joe 'effersoa and will be necessary e'
Joining the. USO. B. Harding, J. No.2, 10; vacuum-packed whole to see the woman shot he'd better
DedicationIs Conway S. W.; 20 all for popcorn and tea. The group Inventory with the Ration Board
12-ounce can The
J. A. kernel[ corn, ; get away from there.
o Fire W.; Julian Peek, secretary athered carollers along the way or District Office with which the
Alarms C. E. Hern- corn except vacuum packed, excluding other man got. Mathls went into
e fire PostponedBecause Tucker, chaplain; Durshlmer, J. : corn on cob, No. 2 can, and was served refreshments at user Is registered.If the woman's house and shot her M ,}ekv

1 alarms Tuesday aftwthln delay in receiving wall, S. D.; F. L. S. S.; D. S. 20! ; peas No.2, 20; spinach No. he two USO Clubs on Temple the user has only' one such twice with a 22 rifle, one bullet v n

other a few minutes of of materials necessary D.; B. D. Moore W., Hayes, tyler 2!. 10. Avenue and at the Church Service -. establishment, or more than one going through her chest. The t; ;t*
were caused when an some critical Cook. J S.; E. Center. At each stop, Mrs the
of the new Marshall. V. S. registered separately, report woman I* at her home there and r
trlie parked in front offire. for the completion building it has p. M. Barefoot, unableto Denmark's PaintedThe AI Wyckoff of New Jersey sang must be filed by Jan. 7, 1943. If It Is not known whether she will i7

Hardware caught Christian Church the St. John, treasurer, was the second verse of "Silent Night" he han more than one establishment recover or not. 'I ,

thln truck extinguished the been necessary to postpone until April be present. were made by exterior of Denmark' Furniture &a a solo, with the rest of the registered together, the re- County Jailor Ben Rowe started k, f 4
01 to a few minutes and dedication ceremony announcementyesterday Impromptu talks R. C. Buford, Store has a neat job of rollers hu m m i n g the back- port must be filed not later than the week-end with three in '
M 'r't'
an ,
the station. When 29, according the retiring round. ,;" Fn
Jan. U, 1043.Thla and Tuesday morning, the
Dodd, pastor painting with red baseboard jail
er. Fred for the new year Ivory
Roland by officers the schedule
and all Other features on ) jI
Hodges start- Church Convention Tucker giving a rimming next to the sidewalk action applies to meat only addition had been Mathis.
flared motor of the car, the The Christian scheduled for Sunday, Chaplain J. A. especially enjoyed tome repair work wan also done of r holiday activities were a fats and processed foods havinga It seemed to be an extraordinarily as g + .
Up again and the also talk which wa Christmas dinner and a tea dancer week-end.
value and to quiet
!tie been postponedto on the awning. point sugar.
called a second time, Dec. 31, has also by all present. couples on Christmas Day.

not required to put out April 29. 1, '


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'I.1 .. i. I STARKE, FLORIDA FRln.yy, DEe
l'j jL, \\L< .-AGE T\\'O !gby ,
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1'\\ I., 1..1 t.ii.\! \ 1, whose residence l. lit Hanover seal at Starke, Florida, this December '
D. Pye .
I3th, 11144.OFFICIAL 'J M;
South Carolln:: 'It
S't", Charleston appear or ( SO Thomas Eis.T: )> "' w.>'>
to dLCourt.J
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH r ft. January You are 15,required 1946.and cause in the, wherein aboynamed J.As S Clerk. Harrison of as Jacksonville Florida ,,', '. '''eEntq' 0'1 h,,It t,
I Court Tou ,.
Bradford Atty. for Plf. lZ184tlBNOTICR | | are '
"iA plaintiff aeeks divorce. January I !
I ij: Established 1877 .- County Telegraph weedy IB- OF INTRIWTION TO named "run' 1"46" J Iq \
Order In next four Plaintiff and '' "
t E. L, Matthews __________ Editor and Owner this sues KKUI9TKU FICTITIOUS NAME County seeks 41\,1\:1.: .tdirL b"h
hand and Notice Is hereby given that Pasquale 1'elerllI; 9h 1
Se Witness my Libretti, under the provisionsof Order I" 'hell
., this Dec Q..t
Btarke .ue rOUt
Florida law, will register with "P"k
ClaN Matter "
and Entered a* I
Published Weekly' on Fridays
"I of Circuit Court of Bradford witness
p ? OF"lCIAL98EAL A. J. Thomas, the Clerk -
) my
,J at the Post Office at Starke, Florida. ( said Court.T County. Florida the fictitious seal at Starl" haM and
, ; A* Clerk of Starke Florida name of Jordan's Bar under whichI b.r 13th, 191/, F'1"tlda.tbll of
Frank Landrum De
;,1 12lS-4t-lE| | am engaged and doing businessat (OFFICIAL
IN ENGLAND WHEN a J.LHA RELL : Atty. for Pit. 115 E. Call St.. Starke Florida; As Clerk SEAL!: ) rt I
ii Few Will Regret 9 OF TUB OWNERSHIP and that said business Is owned H. O. Brown of'eld "'OUtt list
ruler dies the people cry, STATEMENT Pasquale Libretti. Lake
and operated by
q ; ain't what about what became of those extra M! AUEl llflNT. CIRCU Atty for Ply l'uU.t ihdLOOK
Saying Farewell And The old gray mare HITHH Dated this December 19, 1944 at
jlJ Is dead. KTC. Rlom'IRKU :
"The King be LATION. .
: l frog hides I was supposed to CONGHKSt OKAKJirtT Starke Bradford County Florida. ". -
almost !- she used to be. ACTS A
( As 1914 Passes On for the new monarch, saving' up for Christmas. : M, IvlS. ANI MARCH (Signed) Pasquale LibrettillZ34tl12
II I in the same breath, When I wag young: I used to When Keeffe breezed In two a. last.; ; | |
; County Telegraph
/;, t I. I' l.; they shout, "Long live the King!I" wish for a white Christmas BO days earlier than his mother published Of Bradford weekly at Starke FlorIda '- IN CIRCUIT COURT T MIIADFORI

\' ,; ; The same spirit of "Off with the old and on with that old Santa's reindeer could expected him, I had to own up for October 1944. {COUNTY FLORID IN CHANCKRY YOUR

a, the new" should fill our hearts now that we stand pull a big load of gifts up the that I'dtold' her at least one STATE: OF FLORIDASS.. Jack Morris, Plaintiff vs. Aline BES|

fr.l'. ready to bid farewell to the old year enter wonderingly hill to the old plantation where more lie. However, she doesn't COUNTY Before OF me, E-RADFOKD a notary public In Morris ORDER, Defendant.OF. PUBLICATION Cane No. 3479. for \

I the Harrell children hung: up rent to hold this one agalnnt and county aforesaid .
the and for the State
1, i : upon there regrets at its 'their stockings. Now I'm wish- me. In fact, he was no glad personally appeared E. L. THE
Yes-1944 is dead and are no
ing for a white New Year. I to nee Keeffee that she for- Matthews who having duly HOLIDA1
t passing. Few would care to bring it back, even if they according to law deposes! and sayn
want much red ink I 1 to Brad
don't so got, Christmas mor n n K that he Is the owner of the
i It could. It is gone with its false hope of an early peacein spread around on the wrong aide wrinkle up her none Just. because ford County Telegraph and that the 0

Europe . gone with its bitter disillusionment and of my income tax reports. my breath wmellcd a lit- following knowledge le and, to belief the, a best true of statement hU

disappointment. I could have enjoyed the tle like overripe peaches. Then, of the ownership, manage' LftUa

13; : Though we as individuals might almost forget our Chrlatmoa holidays much more at dinner, nhea no busy listening ment,for etc.,the of the date.aforesaid shown publication In the CLEAN &

'' personal stake in the world about us-so big and complex If I hadn't Just received' a big to our son's big yarns. above caption, required by the Act PRES(

fi dot; is the overall picture-there is still plenty that package of papers from Uncle that she didn't know whether.I of the August Act of 24!March, 191i 5,. all 1933 amended, embodied by Your Fall Cloth

. r, ; each can do to improve his own little sphere. Sam asking me to loll him the ate half enough turkey or In Section 537, Postal Laws and i NOW

I If you have made enemies, forgive and forget truth about my IOU earnings.If twice too much. She's no' dog- lieguliitlona.1. That the names and addresses

them or try to turn them into friends. They will cer- I fill out those report" nowI gonccl happy I just can't getup of the publisher, editor managing
41 remain won't have enough left tocelebrate a good family row, no matter editor, and business managers are;: 0
: tainly do you no good as long as they your do. Publisher E. U Matthews Box
what I or
the New Year with nay
l 431, Starke, Fla. DRY
i foes. and If I put It off a week or Now maybe Keeffee Is the Editor,: K. L. Matthews, Box 431, CLEANING(

If you have made debts, try to pay them. And HO, I won't have anything, left main reason why I made a New Starke Fla.Man&glng. Editor. E. 1.. Matthews,, THE 10DEn.N W.NEW

if you have made bad loans, try to forget them but to pay It with. I can't nee why Years resolution to tell the truth Box 431 Utarke Fla. .

,Y', g" do not forget so completely that you make the same Uncle Sam don't trust me likeI -even to Uncle Sam about my Business Manager, E., Fla.L. Matthews Jluclcy s
Box 431 Starke
p mistakes in 1945. trust him. I've never asked Income tax. He says that its 2. That the owner Is:

If you have become ill-tempered and irritable, him to swear that he hadn't costing a bushel of money a day; E.,: U Matthews Box 431 Starke,, When your horseshoe Is

just think how much more pleasure others would have taken too much out of my pay to arm feed and clothe a soldier Fla.3. That the known bondholders,,
4T in association, and even how much more you check although sometime I almost boy and twice' that much for a mortagees, and other security holders backed by an
1 would enjoy yourself if you became the pleasant per-' wished that I could send sailor on the USS Bellieu Wood. more owning of total or holding amount 1 of per bonds centor ,, Policy in The Travelers! METHODCLEANER
him what was left and keep I don't know about the other securities are:
be.Don't : mortgages or
; son that it is within your power to I the tax myself. money but I imagine It takes None. Charley E. Johns'
f bother to turn over a new leaf-the old sailor E. t* MATTHEWS [
t S e e bushels of food to keep a Sworn to and subscribed beforeme

l v ; ? one is still good enough if only you clean it up a bit. My good wife has never caught boy looking as veil as Keeffee this 13th day of December 1944. Agency

Don't make a long list of resolutions to put away in me In but two straight out false I does. If he's missed just one (SEAL commission,) expires J. R. Kelly Dec. 3, Phone IS =- STAKKE, FLA.Repreertl .
$ the family 'Bible and forget, but when a choice of hoods. It's none of your business meal during the past 16 months i 1948.) CKEEX::', 014

; '" } '' action confronts you, think twice-and do the right what the first one was butI he must have doubled up the CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD fl THE TRAVELERS. Hartford 315 Temple Anise
isn'tthe IN
don't mind telling about next day, and I know he
ti thing. you ('0 I'M TV, FLORIDA IN CHANCKIIY. I
; latest Our Keeffee only Bradford County boy In .
slip. son
1 %:F: 1944 is dead I May the world be a better place was my in San Francisco after a the armed forces. Yours must Mary Bradley Slayten by her next - - - ,

j "ag' in which to live at the end of 1945. long stay in the Pacific and hada be there too, so let's all buckle vs.friend E. R Elsie, tsiayter L. ,Bradley Defendant., Plaintiff Case FACILITIES

ten days leave of absence with down and pay our income taxes, No. 1464.

,?1 Persistence Is Key A i NEAR THE BEGINNING traveling time t o come home even though we have to ride ORDER NOTICE OF ]PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR e e of quiet refinement with
; of the new year, during the holidays. He figuredhe the water wagon for a whole STATE OF FLORIDA to R. R. orgmaatio
' To All Achievement Slayter whose home and legal competent and thorough in its .
do It. t
't' 'when we are already could add a day or two to year to Louisiana,
b. residence ia Dry Prong
,? lI Persist For Peace starting to witness many his time at home if he used the S e and whose actual military address rarefy to render a fine and moderate

h' and buzzard-killing t r a n sportatlon No "lr. The old gray mare Is: Corp. E. R. Slayter 692 1359 priced Service.
discouraging signs Cooks and Bakers School Camp
system Instead of the cow-killing ain't what she used to be. Instead -
threats to the devoutly longed-for permanent peace,
variety. He wired me for the of using my Christmas You are required to appear or .bip
1, those of us who believe it CAN be achieved may take difference in the' price of the money to buy postage, I'm ed January. Court 8 and, 1945 cause In the wherein above plain nam -" -

yA ; courage from the words that someone once wrote concerning tickets but asked me not to tell JuHt going to, send my greetings tiff seeks divorce and restoration

t; , persistence: his mother since she might be this way: Wishing, you Telegraph of maiden shall name publish Bradford this Ceunti Order DEWITT C. JONES

"Nothing else in the world can take the place of worried for fear he wouldn't arrive and each of you a happy and In next four weekly Issues.

persistence. in Lawtey all in one piece. prosperous New Year, I arm an Witness my hand and official AMBULANCE SERVICE
seal at Starke Florida, this December -
"Talent will not; nothing is more common than Anyway, I lied like a cross tie ever, your old Uncle Joe.- 6, 1944.

tinauA uuou."u." "Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost tl' . . . . . . (OFFICIAL, SEAL')
ents.Among those enjoying the holidays Knight & Knight. Starke Florida Phone 7
proverb. Attys. for Pit. 12-K 4t 12-21 \
,, ; ,;I t 1 "Education will not; the world is full of educated Hampton with home folks were Sg. BRADFORD r ''STARKE FLORIDA
Mrs. I
and Wynn. ;
r .1- "
.;,derelicts. t; COUNTY FLOIUOAl
t ,determination aloiie 1 > the By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Crowder Mo. Mrs. Wynn will I ('.. It Y.William.
f "Persistence and are e e e e e e e e e a e e be remembered as Miss Jeanett M. Jones Plaintiff, vs

:' omnipotent. The watchword Press On has solve Parker.Mr. Elizabeth M. Jones, Defendant,

1 ', 1 ed the problems the human race." LADIES COUNCIL and Mrs. Gordon Wads Case ORDEIOF No. 3470. PUBLICATIONAND

J I peace may The Ladles Council of the i worth, Jr., and children visited STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elizabeth 7cee
relatives in Jacksonville over the M. Jones, whose residence It
Christian with Mrs. M 2512 State Street Little Rock, Arkansas -
: A Plan O ANOTHER THOUG II 'I I holidays.Mr. :

4'.s' that occurs to us as we( C. Sweeney as leader, met Wed and Mrs. Ed Durbin and You are required to appear or
Future In the above
January 15 1945
t y approach the new year is nesday afternoon Dec. 20 with children of Lawtey were recen named Court and cause wherein

1i's Ir Is Left To Chancemen that Starke is "muddlingthrough" Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth, Sr. The< guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. plaintiff seeks. divorce.shall Bradford
County Telegraph publlsli ;
F k '' without benefit rooms were appropriately deco Williams. this Order In next four weekly Is-

l 't'1 ;' of a plan ; no one is concerning himself with the future., rated for the Christmas Season Mrs. Jessie Morgan has bee sues.Witness my hand and official

11 We are drifting breezily through these halcyon days,, and the meeting opened with visiting her son, Ernest Morgan' seal at Starke Florida, this December t"l'rh' :

t : but when "normal" times return, where will we be? In Jacksonville. 11, 1944.OFFICIAL .
1 song and prayer. The traditional ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,.

.; Someone in a similar town once wrote: "This community . . . . . . As Clerk of said Court.T. +
Christmas program was;i Frank Landrum Starke, Florida,, SOYBEAN +w s
t// is what the people living here have made it- carried out with i a beautiful Atty. for Plf. 1215-4t-lfi| |&

'' ' nothing more nothing less. It will be in the future,,, GrahamBy
? duet "Joy To The World" rendered IN CIRCUIT Cot'1t'r. lilt\DFOIIIICO ; SCIEN1fo4t'4
next year and the next year what the people now living by Mrs. Wadswoith am !':vrV, FM>UII>.<1| IN: (....0\:11-: \

here make it. If each one goes about his business Mrs. T. C. Chastain. After the Mrs. T. L. Casey CratV.ivo Antolos. Andrlnl Plaintiff vs. '

t' ' and gives no thought or effort toward improving the devotional service the hostess invited e e e e e e a e e e e e ,. Clrlla Kovacev Andrlnl Defendant. .. r

{ will advance. Of itself it her guests Into the dining Case No. 2466.ORDER ,
s I''r town, it not progress or cannot. Service men spending Christ OF PUBLICATION
room where a bountiful repast
mas at their homes included AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
was spread on the lace covered 8TATU; OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.
"We talk much about making our town a better table. Miniature Christmas trees) Levis Starling, of the Army whc Clrlla Kovacev Andrlnl, whose residence 1

place in which to live, but as long as we have no plan were used aa the attractive cen is spending a furlough with hL and, Dalmatla post office, Yugoslavia address IsZahlace
f.w or make no definite effort toward improvement, it will ter piece. Krlspy sandwiched,,, mother, Mrs. Kate Starling Wil You are required to appear on
lard Thomas, Army who is staying January 13. 1945, In the above
remain the same, or worse-deteriorate. All that it is pickles olives, home-made can SPRE
named Court and cause wherein
necessary to do is to select an objective--one definite dies, cocoa and coffee along with with his parents Mr. and plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford

t, thing to do, and then get behind it and stay behind that famous home-cooked fruit Mrs.Casey Sim USN Thomas of Daytona;, S 2-c"Beach Bery County this Order Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish Issues -

it until it is accomplished. cake for which Mrs. Wadsworthis ,
''k r who and
spent Sunday Monday
f r, r "Every town that has made progress has done it noted were. graciously served with his parents Mr. and Mrs; Witness at Stnrke my hand Florida and, thla officialseal Dec- 7 eceee 1/ada

!,ilJ ; , ; in just this way, and this formula will bring progress the gifts guests.marked The annual the conclusionof exchangeof T. L. Casey and H. C, Surrency, ember(OFFICIEAL 8, 1944 ) A. J. Thomas a

t i Vii, to any town that sincerely applies it." this delightful affair. Mrs. USMC who spent! Monday with As! Clerk of said Court.
t t 1Iq his patents, Mr. and Mrs. John \V. C. Haidesty, Daytona Beach,
; Wadaworth was assisted in entertaining Florida Atty. for Plf. 1215-4t.l5| | WALL PAINT

l' f Today's Fairy Tale S ARTISTS LIKE TO draw by Mrs. Gordon Wada Surrency.S .
: ClltC't"IT COI'RT. lilt II>FOIIIcorvrv >
2-c Carlton Davis, USN recently -
fanciful f Jr. .
conceptions o worth FI.OIUII\I C" \>-
Y D', ti Will Doubtless Become the future. From time returned to his ship in ('I':It V. L .: FOR BETTER
Paul Brunet, Formerly known a.OttD .
SING New York after
City spendinga
f' romorrow's Reality immemorial, they have Kuhl Plaintiff, vs. Lucy Lowe
The Intermediate and Junior leave with his wife and chil- Brunet, Formerly known BS Lucy DOITYOURMPAINTING
w 1' i imagined I man flying. Classes of the Baptist Church dren and his parents, Mr. and Lowe Kuhl, Defendant. Case No.

Contemporary artists can now go to any metropolitan rendered the time-honored Christ Mrs Jeff Davis.Christmas 1477.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND t'n

''' airport and see how woefully their predecessors under- mas Carols in street singing on. guests of Mr. and NOTICE TO APPEAR
estimated man's Christmas Eve. Many 'shut-lna', STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. MORE WASHASLI
flying ability.
? ; Mrs. Harvey Starling Included Lucy Lowe Brunei. whose residence

.) 1 , , ;r A major airline recently received answers from unable to attend church the services effective -, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling and Is New 418 York.West N.1Uth Y. Street, Apt. 63, I 4 '' Now-a soybean paint concentrate tint t"1"

"' than air travelers who asked what particularly enjoyed children of Cooter Pond Mr. ( lgc
c w ; more 27,000 were You are required to appear on if. actually i
I they would demand of commercial aviation after the singing of these young people and Mrs. Russel Starling. January 12th 1945, In the above pain out of painting-
;. named Court lud'n:
and the Christmas spirit was and cause wherein
t4 y ) ; r war. On the basis of these answers, this airline has greater revealed. Sgt. and Mrs. John Willis and plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford 1J with SPRED. One coal covert any
son. Junior of Ft. Myers spent County Telegraph shall publish w p*
drawn plans indicating that the postwar airliner, which this Order In next four weekly 1suen OOIS FARTHER washable- ay dean longer- "il 1 :, i will carry more than 50 passengers from New York to SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERSThe : Christmas here with friends and cftflflYe
f Christian Sunday School relatives.Mr. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas bnuhfree surface i* H hour. No
tf ; ; London in less than 12 hours for a fare of $235, will As Clerk of said Court. Y J

contain many of the conveniences of a modern home, has anounced new officers for the and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandand Witness my FloridandthisffDee-, Easy to mix and easier to apptyeconomical Try1pr
The following have eat at Starke
coming year. son spent Christmas Day
including comfortable seats, uniform heating efficient I ember .you'll
;; work In 13th. 1944. home no"
named to begin with Mrs. in
been Strickland's
th I and electrical cooking devices. I parents, V.[ C. Hardeaty Daytona Beach beauty you
,, 1945: Supt. Mrs. Thornton i Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis of the }Florida, Atty. for Plf. 12/15-41-1-5| '

# ' +" A passenger request which is receiving serious Johns. Sec retary Richard State Farm. I N (incur cniRr. IIU.\UFOltn this new way of painting.

consideration is an illuminated trip program panel to May! Treasurer and Adult"Class Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Young and COI''r1'' FLOIUU.ti CHAN IASIIR TO APPLY

I' keep the air traveler informed as to what cities he is Teacher Mrs. W. H. Griffin. family of Norman Park Ga., John C. II u Y.. Batik Jr? Plaintiff vs

x flying over. But leading the list is the pressurizedcabin Intermediate Class Mrs. Gor- have moved Into our community tella Batik, Defendant. Case No.

to eliminate the effects of air-pressure changes don Wadsworth Jr. Junior Class and we wish to welcome them 478ORDER OF PUBLICATION 9

"y ''w ; t, when the plane is ascending or descending, and to Mrs. Merle. Rahme. Primary here. They have a son and STATE AND NOTICE OF TO APPEAR }.Jf $
; Class Miss Norma Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. FLORIDA to: Stella :
w permit flight in higher altitudes above the "weather. Pianist Mrs. Rahme. daughter-in-law, labile. whose residence U 9409 Miles .ETTER HIDING
r Curtis Young who are already Vve Cleveland Ohio
In addition, the air will be heated or cooled to You
required to 'appear
i' ; keep the inside of the cabin at a comfortable temperature Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and living here.Friends January lit*. 1944, In the above on

the temperature outside daughters of Dasher. Ga.. spent of Hiram Wasdln willIe amed Court and cause wh.relnplaintiff pA
j, ,,, i even though may range reeks divorce. Bradford GAL.
+1 from 50 degrees below to 100 degrees above zero. the Christmas week-end with sorry to learn that he is very Bounty Telegraph shall publish rant
lt +>r friends and relatives. 111 at the home of his daughter his Order In next tour weekly I.I Is- I oat 'A
', '''a 1 All of this may sound like the raving of an artist ues. IN .AL.
Pvt. Marvin Eiland Fort Ben- Mrs. C. B. Robeits. He was In Witness.
? ) ; kt gone crazy. But it isn't. It is a preview of commonplace ding, Ga., spent a week-end leave the State Farm Hospital for I my hand and official

Ii t tomorrow. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. several days last week. FIRST '

U 1 D. Eiland. iON -'D' MARS
k Mr. and Mrs. Enos of IN ('IR'I'IT rornT. BR\I>FORIcorviY. > TIP TOP SUPER
4 kills it is Skinner
Yy a It is not work that men; worry. Work FLoiuu.1 CHIN1 : SlGHaFAO"
r Cocoa were guests of their slater KKY.Claude: .
is healthy; you can hardly put more upon a man STAKKE.FL-M
Mrs. ( C. rye. Jr., Plaintiff' vs.
several 113
Hicks : E. Call St.
'o t he can bear. Worry is rust upon the blade. It. is not this Emily D. rye. Defendant. Case
jays n
the revolution that destroys the machinery, but the Claude Durham U. S. Navy No.ORDER 3472. OF PUBLICATION UBE666 1 1e

A friction.-IIenry Ward Beecher. Is spending a while with his par- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR CoJd' ...... IKY SPRED
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P. S. Store Employees I CarlisleDavidLt. Courthouse Officials Martha Landrum DDC Will Meet r

SOCIETY and I Celebrates BirthdayMrs.
:c Attaches
*, ;:I .l 1 Have Xmas PartyThe Al Kay Carlisle, son of Mr. The w l'

i ,' ,':i ,- and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle of Starke, Enjoy Xmas PartyThe : T. Frank Landrum enter UDC, Will !nee! weeCb'
, \1 to iii': '' I local P. S. Store held it's and Miss Jewell David of Tallahassee tained at her home on Church St. ernoon Jan :t.t. day
'. Mrs. Mundy Hostess Goodge-McKinney annual Christmas Party Sunday of the Superinerident the home s'e1od!
\ < were married at 11 o'clock office Thursday afternoon of last week o If) Mr J l .
;''i' '.. To Members Of Mr. and Mrs A I* Goodge announce afternoon In the store at Blan- Thursday morning Dee 21, at : of Public Instruction was a honoring her daughter :Martha; on West Mallison Stg Mih
I at 4 Mrs. lfo
dIng Center to honor its presi- place beginning her eighth birthday. The Mitrhell <<
Carlisle's very merry on
of their the home of Lt. par- aa4
4'.a ,h 1 1, Sunday School Class I the marriage Frank L. Mc- dent, L. O. Pfaff.Arrangements o'clock I last Friday afternoon room used for the party was decorated Wilson Mr .
daughter, Irene, to
r .' : were made byEd" ents.The when it was the scene of the with Christmas colors and
Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr.. entet- "Kmney;; 'son of E. B. McKinne ceremony was performedby Christmas
; Jones, manager, and Mrs. Courthouse gang's the lighted Christmas tree added
performed Yerkes, Birth
her Intermediate Sunday The ceremony was the Rev. Fred
'. : talned! J. R. : Jeanette P re n dervllle, assistant Mark' Episcopal party. The idea was first a festive touch to the room. Announccme
t' evening by Judge of St.
, School class at a Christmas party pastor Miss :Mae Parker of '
I.1. .j ,
"' Lake manager. A buffet luncheon was of the vanced by The traditional birthday cake
at his home in 1
\ '-I at :her home on. Church St., Church, in the presence office and
". :served, prepared by Frank's Fine the Tax Collector's iced in white and trimmed with
i I 1"' "'i Thursday night of last week. The .Butler. immediate family.Lt. the girlsof
room was beautifully decorated Mrs. McKinney had as her only : Foods. Carlisle recently returnedto plans were made by red icing and candles, furnishedthe

i f t; in Chit s t mas colors, red and I attendant Mrs. Louise! Kite and : Gifts were exchanged' by the the States after completing the various offices. and' at- centerpiece for the table
Y' 1 i green, with the tree as the cen- ; Mr. McKlnney was unattended.The employees, and ''Mr. and Mrs. the required number of missionsas Courthouse officials ; which was covered with a beautiful -
left Wednes- taches drew names before the big lace cloth.
ter of activities. young couple I bombardier-
Jones received .beautiful matched a Flying Fortress Mr
The girls had '..drawinames i in day for a short 'wedding trip. I navigator in the European The- day and' presents; were 'exchanged The children played games and and Mrs John L ViI
I r Starke
t glass-topped coffee table' andcocktail "the'amusement of the en- daughter
ii' to
;' ; advance of the party' ands after :' took dart .In' several J contests., ,, born Dee.
t. \: yet from the store per atre.Lt. in some instances Mr, and
ii',. ;! the exchange of gifts the..croup ;WSCS To Meet sonnel. All employees received. and Mrs. Carlisle returnedto :, A. Z. AdkJps received a Marlon Harrington won' 'the prize Starke, Mrs, Entllt
Judge son born
carols. Mrs.:
'. u' ii' Christmas
a'brief Dac12
sang cash from the management. Starke yesterday Knight a red pinning the tall
and C. A. for on the don.
"' I I '" Circles of : sausage Mr. and
In out the'Yoman'stSocietyyt Mrs,
assisted giving
Mundy was I H.
j" } \ the Methafternoon Those! present beside Mr. and wedding, trip.Woodman. hat with a feather. Judge E. K. key and Jerry Lawson for draw- Lake Butler, B.
the favors -ot Christmas, (Dudley C11stJdp\ tgrviggof liOn
'+ ; born
: ,
'i into
> nq
v'j\\I f *her daughter Clalr'Jeaiw ,0tdtt.:) 0'.rcri..L: '1Jl1neet_ Tilgdday Mrs. Jones were Mrs. Jeanette Ferryman received 15c packed Ing the best Santa'Claus.. Christmas Rev. and Mrs. i
tC ,' by OfficersTo
I "i 1"1' ..'; Jan. 2, at 3:30: o'clock.As Prenderville, Mrs. Hattie Mac- a box: about ,,12x14 inches. horns and candles'were distributed Pinellas Park, for JVi'l
j :!, / After the exchange of giftsthe Monday is New Year's Day hoe, Mrs. Rosa Lee Smith. Mrs. The office was decorated with / \
Be Installed announce the J,7,1
'11 ), fallowing girls, with Mrs. Gladys Win 1 Mrs. Katherine and as favors and the chil- birth < ,
,r" : : ;: ( and a holiday! it was decided to go red and green crepe paper ter on Christmas
"I.",l : : I'S;J Mundy, enjoyed a spaghetti supper meet on Tuesday. Smith Mrs. Beatrice GulIIckson, January 5thThe the Christmas tree with it's dec- dren were given individual boxesof S 2-c day
i at Prank's Fine Foods; Jeanette Circle Number One, with Mrs Misses Berta Lee George, Esther orations was furnished by Mrs. fruit. and Mrs Ceo.?,
: \ English, E ther Griffis, Gloria Starke Chapter of the anounc the birth J,
f' s
will meetat
W. B. Sewell chairman, ,
BHHe Pollock James Mrs. Landrum was assisted! in
; Priest Patsy
,i + 16.
: The
will hold
Lewis Woodmen of the World
Bernice baby
'I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, Agnes! hu
( ; Ruth Hall, Madge Brownlee, Geraldine of officersfor The group enjoyed sandwiches entertaining and serving by her named George
installation Wayne.
i ,,4 i Sewell, on N. Walnut St. Cooper, Gerald Boelter, and Mra. it's annual salted nuts, soft drinks and fruit. daughter, Idelle and Mrs. Robert Is the M a
1 Shaw, Ide 11 I e Landrum, Circle Number Two Mrs. A. F Shirley Sutton. Married girls in- thecoming year, Friday Jan- After refreshments, singing of ', Baenke. There were about 16 of Virginia stria!
s :IA ; }: Minnie Lou Hazen, Peggy Anne Saula, chairman, will meet at the vited their husbands and single uary 5, in the W.O.W. Hall, according 'was guests to Ocala. Seaman Mann k
i , Christmas carols heard.: present enjoy this event ing with the
announcement by
their friends. A time to
; j t Wiggins. home of .Mr, andfMrs. Sauls.W girls good. ", an the eveningwas with Martha. navy oven*
of the
f was had by 'all. Lacy Conway, Financial Secre- The surprise present time.
I: .yr .
Santa Claus,
- - ---- tary. All members are urged to the arrival 6-_ ,
I Mrs. Moitt Hostess i i be present for: the ceremony impersonated by the Rev. W. J. ----
An earlier surprisewas
1945 officer are J. H Fields, "
To WCTU MembersThe of A. J.
i Council Commander W. E. Goodman appearance
Best scheduled monthly meet- Advisor' Lieutenant; E. W. Thomas in a Junior Commandohat Through These Portals

; ing of the WCTU .will be held Hayes, Banker; Lacy Conway, and a handlebar mustache.Mr. .'. '

o Luck1 Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Financial Secretary' ; T. C. Wade, Thomas furnished a very V '' .

i 1, the homfl of Mrs, Ara Moitt'' on Escort; Allen .M. Johns, Watch- nice' speech on the spur-of-the- \ Pass The Best Soldiers

; Madison street )' man; G.: C'Edwards. Sentry; moment 'when lie was Called; upi, .

\ part /of the meeting will be Wesley Andrews, ,A. ''J.: -Thomas, on! to, present Lucille 'Freeman ,, \ ,
' in the nature of a memorial ser- and W;; F.: 'one, Auditors;; and !) .q-1" '
/ '! *|' vicsutoaMr.Laura Scott who./for E. of Judge .Ferryman's office; a I. .1 'ft !' It ,: : OnrEarih'
4 Dr. ,W. .MMdleton, Camp Phy- .. ...
bud vaseas' A ." r 1:
about 39 years'was leading *Mllier. 'of' Jackson lovely (crystal'
.>FORA: a sician.. 'D. "P. .
,, : .
4 character the 'local. Union of ville, atate'-manager< of the golng-away-gift. .I. ,
r.i '
., I this world-wide movement. W.OW. will be, the installing,,of- Judge Adkins gave a. :short . \

r ] HAPPY HEW YEARMoy.every Members are expe c t.d and ?}cer. ; speech and ,Mr. Thomas reciteda '.. .r ,

friends of the cause are..cordially. Light refreshments, will be poem, to ,the delight ,of' the 1! ', ' ; ., '.." r.0'

f, .N, invited.. to be, present.. ... 1 served after tjl w) program.In ; ., gr )Up., 11,. : : i: : -if, -" _;. -
be .", Everybody had such a 'g ,od .*;: s To*These
hoppiness time that !It was decided to make "'... .i v rAnd

1 on this New the event an annual affair..

?.*? ?" Yearns day and the three ;" '>11I Mail Xmas 'card, from Enos ,.': All Our Fighting Men

t I ",* hundred and: sixty four t Hayes; with the 5th Marine Div. 'i 'i\

I other days of the year. Serving you in the past in 'the Pacific, stating: 'Let's
; all' ex-Callstreeters can
hope give 'We
i i year has been a pleasure we hope.continue I each other the glad hand, on ", .' ,
1 I during the next-twelve months and'the' Pon't know feel aboutit In fact, she was so thrilled and Xmas Day' '45" . So say we . ,
; yearsto "
but< seems tome' 'It's' beer'sver3r'subdued excited that she almost sprainedher all of . So
us, say we
follow.. *ui ,holiday" ceeasoll"'>.-< 4 ankle, in 'the confusion . all. . <'Wi h
Aside: from the custpntary.USO '. 1foudafr
r .. parties, have heard, of ,very few Sue Ilateman was another lucky
of those intimate ittle t gather- lass who received flowers from Peeped In at the Junior Club

1 WEST END GROCERYand ings that help to Impart that her overseas husband . Anda dance Wednesday night and
extra' :something to the Yuletide beautiful assortment of intricate everyone semed to be 'having a I

frii ,SERVICE'STA.TION . Maybe the bad war news native Jewelry was received good time in spite of the fact lttii
I from Europe has helped put"a by Mrs. Merrill Futch from that the 'orchestra failed ?

.. . damper on things, or maybe it's her husband in the Pacific . up' . .: Victrola records leaved
nothing more than a, shortageof Also Beth Knight the day ., Glimpsed Pearl
TTTwT: : nog to go wtth.t.e.eiJgs',/'. ";. / from Lewis, down from Jax'vilta Beach IN'" '

i : ." '.y' I But whatever the reaeloh,'I'd say gumpsqdlrry; Hawaii . and looking' most attractive., ion THC'INE1r YEARr
r k 'e / i "e this Christmas along Street'was fuchsia blouse, ally I er-threaded
t'' S.t a r e. .. 1p 8..1 , t ta' :9aJJ Add : Allle ,
: ; t t definitely on th.!;rquiet side I Catherine and white net' skirt ?:e,; ,ICatte :, : ._: .... rAND : '

; .. ,. .i.; Of course, therWAS'tbatparty B ard'lI. nU\ce at the USO >. ,Wainwright was most, becomingly MAY EACH DAY
"Restaurant r i in the court hQ'nf.e Jast Friday She's''' : moving around so turned out in an evening dress'with '
I i- .n "." ''1'\\, .> afternoon . ."..ImagtD. the much lately that her Xmas giftshaven't aqua jersey top and >black BRINft: $ NEARER

i ;,; and Bar tt surprise of those who'-happened caughtyup' with her yet; net skirt . Louise Snyder: was I

; t.. ; w ' ....".-.. .-. ,.. \ ,. . .e I to call 48 on business 'around four but she'll have a good time when vision..of lovlineas,In flesh'chlf. ,1'0 VICTORY
+} q : I :y.y1 ".i'r: .t'-)""""""", .h, '. "... 1. .. . ,- o'clock: to hear' Fran Peek answer they do*-even If It's Washington's fon *. ..,. The place seemed overrun ;' ... .
.. .. .
11 I the phone with a musl<:lSl.back- . with lieutenants there
l&i it t r'' .!" : . \I i I, 1 1I" birthday Seems .she's been in being
1 I"" .e l 7 \1 fIt. .- I ground of off-key Christmas carols -I six: USOs in the last nine months, one sole captain and three civilian
;4 It. J\ ..i ;i \ t: .o\\ The i I and other sounds;of festivities filling in for ,vacationers . men Glen Wood .Guy Sale and

'. ',. . In her bent bus Jness-like! i This! -is her first regular assignment Eddie Hartman, among those D
'," 1 '! '. .:'Alt'' ..1H" M I
:. tone Fran would tell the phones . Has a husband overseas present . SSSIOresAT
,0> ... .. .. ........." I,.. ".." .. ..._ ,. not to be alarmed-'twas merely In France . r: ,
I .. q . I the court house .!'gang'?, having ; '*'---J ; '
And so, that seems to 'about
yir ,; their annual Xmas party ,, . Spotted an' Jotted: Buddy cover the Xmas picture ,. .
#'\) Mae Parker even went, to 'the Davis home for, Xmas . Ar- Hope to have bigger and better> BLANDING BUS STATION

., trouble of placing a' bunch of rived at 1:00: a. m. so Just left facts to report after New Year's
," core; aoa mistletoe over the School Board !a calling card at Marjorie Davis' . .
office door, but nothing at all
,, \ house so she'd know he was on Carolyn..
ut i \0' came of It--or so I am 'reliably the scene . The Sewell family
S $00 k Informed rushin' down to spend Xmas Eve

and Day with Ethel's sister, Lois,
,I But In spite of the dearth of and family in Leesburg .
parties Santa Claus was doing Mack an' Sue McQuiston trekking
s business at the old stand and Eva back to Kentucky for the holidays BIG FURNITURE
Stump (Mrs. F. F.) was pleasedas . Vera Gilbrldge leavingto
punch over a sterling silver spend Xmas with Myrtice Car-
1 try j tea strainer and several pairsof penter and the T. T. Longs at
I : wooden shoes sent to her from Fort Benning . :Major Jock Clearance. SALE!

Holland by daughter Lillian . Griffis pop calling on old friends
HAPPY NEW{ YEAR Hear Rita an' Bob Brennan received along Call St. . Seems he's in
so many pajamas and ehe the Chemical Warfare branch and

TO ALL! go many gowns that they stageda has been stationed In Washington BEAUTIFUL MAHOGANY

of r, very exclusive fashion show, . Lex Green home in the
a F just for each other, Christmas Navy blue and gold braid of his 'I 1v -
: Enjoy A New Year'sDinner night . Santa arrived for the new Lieutenant Commander's uni-

', With Us B Lecln family and their guests exactly form Hard to get used to SECRETARYM[) \ }
on the stroke of 12 Christ seeing him without that flowing .
; ' tI New Years Eve And
::1 ? mas Eve . Their old friend, Windsor tie and' broad brimmedhat

'' 't New Years Day Lt. Nathan Goldstein of Tampa, . .
flew to Jax In order to arriveat WAS

that opportune hour.* With Certainly pity the plight of the ,4., NOW

his arms full of packages, he L. W. Koch family. 0 n Xmas
looked for all the world like a day . The "Juice" was off rh'
t Q O. I. St. Nick , their part of town and there 74.50:
they were with ''a big fat turkey
1 ,' 1' Margie Carter (Mrs. C. I.) is waiting to be baked, but no current

'"**."y' SIZZLING slowly dying of curiosity because for their electric stove . .
her Xmas present hasn't arrived Catherine Hudgins says it'a the
"STEAK yet . She's been sitting in the first time she ever had to eat

tb 'k front door of her store all week Spam for Christmas dinner . Youth Beds (Complete) were $395Onow $34.50
: 'LOBSTER, watching for the express truckto Then there was the unhappy Incident -

.. 0 stop . What makes matters that occurred to Harriet . -
., SHRIMP I :*
;, worse Is that Carl wouldn't even Rlcharde, w h as e Inexperiencedcook
f't hint at what the, Sift was goingto cut the turkey in '
r CHICKEN up pieces, Occasional.Chairs $9-50
be when he was here on leavea apparently with the intent of fryIng were $12.50now

.. week or eo ago . Mae Sis- it like a chicken"Uncle" -
son says it was her best Xmas Ben Rowe says there .w. quitea
since ahe'a been in Starke So difference between his Christ-

u, r ,rt many friends remembered her mas dinner guests this year and Chaise Longue $44.50 ,
: r with such lovely gifts . And last . In 1943 he had 18 of spgs.) was $49.50 -.,now

SANDWICHES Nlta Dobbs claims she receivedher his children, grandchildren and In-

bert gift in years . Her laws . This year the' war has

SALADS favorite cook (and tall handsome scattered them around so that he !T'S A FACT AT
,.. m husband, Alton) received' his or- had only one! . .
f ders and Is now a part of the -

made to order Station Complement at Blanding Quite a gay party at the Gui John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

/ 1' i Thelma Jennings Is another don Grill last Friday night when 4
i :' who had a thrilling Xmas whena Leila Mundy e n t e named her
delivery boy appeared at the "girls" at a supper party . PHONE 151 STARKE, FL..
0 325 TEMPLE AVENUE door with an orchid corsage anda Hear George Kopelo u s o s. new

huge bouquet of red roses gifts owner of the Guidon, displayed b WE BUY GOOD FURNITURE
'ff t1 i from her flying-surgeon husband, quite a bit of artistic ability in
)f r ''h r'rtLi' Lloyd, now In the Pacific . decorating for the event . V-
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KITS LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs A. B Baker of e. e e e e. e e e --- ,'; \
of '
Cinderella DancesAt
Jacksonville\ spent Saturday and : ,.,
Sunday Ben Rowe.with Mrs. Baker's father, Clay Hill USO-NCCS Club WE CAN USE MORE PULPWOODWRITE r .1

Mrs. H. O. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Everette Oliverof Dy P\t. Lura ,surgesMaxwell Proving Popular] TIMBER DEPARTMENT '\ "
and Day In .Jacksontb Jacksonville spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA .t'\ \\j'\ ,St:,
Field Ahs.e
Cbdstmas tlleh children with| Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Jacksonville\ were here last . . e e e. S e e Miss Betty Richardson was the FERNANDINA FLA. '
Brown. week for a short visit: with Mrs. charming "Cinderella" at the J ,I f.: ),
Colley i is spending someTlLmpa W. S {Stroman and Mrs. S. S. The day Is done and another dance held in the recreation room - - - - -, -, - .-. .. '
where Mrs. Colley Leon Dryden, USA, of Camp Dowllng-. Christmas is past. of the USO-NCCS at 400 TempleSt. -
medical treatment. Cook, Calif., is vi sit I n g his last Tuesday evening1. There
Ivlng mother, Mrs. Lizzie Dryden and Thomas G. Ritch who is a We had a turkey dinner and will be another 'Cinderella' dance Prompt Service Careful Drivers
\frs T Frank Land- his brother E. Dryden. medical student in Emory University Christmas Eve I went to mid- held next Tuesday night with the
and spent Christmas Atlanta Ga., Is a guestof night services, took communionand prize to be awarded, a lovely pair I
|tSSi Citrus County. Mrs. T J. Carter and daughter his mother. Mrs. Carrie Ritch, of spring sandals STARKE TAXI SERVICE
Betty of Cocoa, are spendingthe and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. came back to my barracks : ,. ,
Olson bad peaceful and happy. I sang '
holidays with her mother; Mr. and Mrs. The New Year's Eve .' and ;; 'f
SSJV and Mrs.. G. E. Miller and "Silent Night" as I walked alone party and
t is ; Mrs: Laura Powell. son, Jack arrived here Friday i under the moon. . dance at the USO-NCCS Club at

n' of Waldo. ., from Santa Barbara, Calif: 400 Temple Avenue will begin at TAXI
S 1< William (Bill) ) Powell of and This afternoon .1 visited: patients ! MACK'S SERVICE l 4 !
are guests of:Mrs. eight and last until one and wilt
A. Pope and J.. Fred Pen s a c o 1 a Navy Base, pent Miller's par in the hospital. I received
B. w e rein Gainesville Christmas with his wife and family enta ,Mr, and Mrs. I. P, Shep! 36< Christmas cards. When on be held in the recreation room 'of J,
GuY herd.} I the dub Phone 150
'vsltJng! Mrs Cuy" and here. Mrs. TWell' returned furlough I spent' an hour or so I ", .
Jane Elizabeth. with him for visit. 'one evening at1 Mlddleburg, at Plans Include a G-I floor show ) Night r
Ugbter, a Oscar'Dyeas has been Day '
C. W." feavage ed by H. J. Malsb rger appoint, State the home of Mr. and Mrs F. to be presented by talent from I ,.1'_ _ _. I. t.'J't.\1 :
Mrs. W Camp Blanding. The cast will
[ and Miss Pearl Lewis of Jacksonville Forester Buddlngton. It was a won-
bY daughter Yvonne; ofutIer. Beach spent Wednesday for Bradford as Extension Forester derful visit and I, had a lovely Include Pvt. Jimmy Riddell, Pvt.

were holiday. W. White.and firueata. night as the guest of Miss! Fran- Christ Counties., Alachua His headquarters and GIl-- card with a message from, them.I Dick Albert, Pvt. Rodney Mackayand r !'J''J'I r ra rtiii :\,

and 1rtO. ces Peek and attended the Jr.Woman's will\ be in Gainesville.S have always felt that I wantedto Pvt. Matthew Semigglo. -, !'i..1I
Mrs. O. L. Beaaley and Club Dance live in Mlddlebnrg some day.I :
Klncald were week- 1-c Robert E. (Bobble) Ed- have .o many things plannedto r
.lv of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. T. N, Kendrick wards, :Merchant Ma rl n e s, I Is do when the war is over.I .
tsts Tampa had as Christmas dinner guests spending a leave with his parents also had cards from the A Communion for \Vorld Peace
ell, in Lt. and Mrs. Hyder Sgt. and Mr. and Mrs L. R. Edwards Brinsons Mrs. Wimberly and will\ be kept in St. Mark's Epis- I Vfi'VWS : J
v and Mrs. W. J. Mrs. Kern, and Cpl. and Mrs He was stationed at a Beth at Highland. I had letters copal Church on Monday Jan. 1, JJilU]
LeU were In Lakeland'" the Staller of Camp Blanding. base in S., C., before )Jeaylng for, from several of my Clay Hill\ at 10 a. m. The public is Invitedto J..1 JJ )
r the weeku6hteng their sea duty. children -Louise Padgett and Joe share In this service. ., ..
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly and
Padgett I this week
;jaW hope to I
Mr, and Mrs Raiford Brown of Air Student George B. Flynn, get started on my new job in FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIUKCII
l Mrs, John Love Wilkes Plant City spent the weekendwith Jr., has returned to his '
and station
radio. I have
always enjoyed OF STAUKE
T nville were guests Mon- Mrs. Inez Kelly and Pvt. in Albany, Ga., after spending a reading the Telegraph. It brings }J1E )!lE" ;
Ad- Corner Call and Christian SU
A. Z.
Judge and Mrs. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. seven-day Mr. and Mrs.leave G.with B.his Flynn parents, Sr.,, Florida. back to me. Rev. W. 0. Smcxlley, l'a..tor ) !: :t : ,

a I wish I could, have attendedone
Mrs. J. W Andrews returned! and other relatives.Mrs. Services as follows:
"I class petty officer Stephen Wednesday from a visit with her of the services St. Mark's Bible School each Sunday at [ : ,'. ;.
"L of Atlantic City, N. J., BOn Pvt. J. W Andrews, Jr.. la 'C. J. Berg received word Church In Starke, as I had a 10 a. m.Preaching, > ',' WI" II"
L Sunday a brief visits from the war greeting from Rev. and MM. Alison commuhltth '
ford New Haven, Conn, during: the; department Friday and services ;
ri parents. i'U;; m holidays that 'her husband, Sgt. C, J. along with,. 'a grating from at 11 a. m. and t p."ht''!? .." *"'$
Virginia Durahlmer ofBvlUe iMt Berg, had been wounded in action the!' Telegraph. These, all helpedto Prayer,meeting, each i 1# 'ai ""I\ .. .;f.r : \
this week ;. and Mrs. Clyde Priest and while serving with the 7tJ make my Christmas.', a merryone. day at 8 p. m.- Ju "U .. .,
spending 0" ;
is <
of her parents..Df: :' family spent the holidays wtU| Army'In France. It fo understood Pastor's residence: Ortfcs-Cove t:
|guest : Mrs.' .Priest's parents, Mr. and that the wounds were""hot ..Happy New Year to all from Springs! ar: ,:I''Ar.i
|r>, F L Durphimer.joe "Mrs. J. W. McIntosh in Willis- serious . ,, ,, your school eachT,and \WAC. A>hearty welcome to..a.' M", 3 ., .r
Davis and children' ton. I ,)<*: ." '.'Ii: jIIf
James Holllngtrworth arrived : -The Rev. W. G. of "< ', \
; Smedley
[the holidays with hererents ) I THANKS :!
1 Tuesday to> spend some time With Green Cove Springs, who U now .'
Mr. and Mra John Mr. and Mrs. W B. Sewell, 'to j; "I(
Melrose.PEBAKERY. Misses Gayle and Virginia Sew his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.' C, supplying the Christian Church Mr. "and''Mrs. T.. N. Ballard .. '\ .# ',
ell returned Monday evening from Hollingsworth. Due to the""!11\!!. here on a full -time basis, was a wish to express their sincere 4 ;!"$:
ness of his wife's father, she visitor in Starke '. ; ,
where visited Me was Wednesday, a
Leesburg they r
> thanks' .t ', the, people of Waldo r
unable to : ? ;
accompany him. Jt W f ; !
and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell.H.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Nunneryand who were so kind, thoughtful and :jjI': \ 1/1/

H. Stroman, who Is employed Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Johnson had as big hearted t6 our son II. T. : \'; '
Mrs. V S. St. John and their Christmas ..guests the fol- i ,
the Jacksonville famUy
in shipyard
Ballard; 'and family whose home f '\> .
-9 spent Christmas Day bere with were Pvt. Guy Nord and ,Cpl.. lowing uncles and aunts of ,Mr. contents HAPPYNEWYCARA3 ,'\ : :of \..
burned last Thursday
and -
his mother Mrs. W. S. Stroman, Al Hopolosso 0 f Pennsylvaniaand Nunnery: Mr. and Mrs Dan Cal- +),,
\" "
and elster, Mrs. S. S. Dowllng. Camp Blanding, Pvt. Raymond loway of Alabama, ;: Mr. and Mrs.C morning r\ r
Gregory, of New Caanan, W. Lancaster and Mrs. B. F. another New Year gets under way we '.,'
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Conn:, and Cpl. Mike Espmosa of Moore of Plant'I>City, and Mr.Nunnery's wish and
to 'again our 'greetings to :,
express J
last week-end included Brooklyn ,
FIRST AT Sternberg N y grandfa t h e r J. H. !
COMES their son Major and Mrs. Sam T. Nunnery of Ala.,Who Is upending say to you that our hearts are grateful for i 'f* l'I'\
Sternberg, of Turner Field, Al- Sgt Tillman Hutto, who I Is the winter with his daughters, ''''I
the share it has been lot
> an instructor at the Amarlllo of fortune our to 1''. s: ;i/i-/
bany, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Lancaster' and Mrs.\ MooreIn '
Hogan and Miss Moore Of Day- (Texas) Air Base, spent the holidays Plant City. Mr Nunnery took BUY MORE THAN BEFORE enjoy, j : .l

tona Beach.HERE'S here with his wife and son. his guests on a tour of Camp ,,; '*.f !,t': eWe \
Frankie, and his parents, Mr. and trust this to each of will .:I.'
Blanding while here. .message you
------ ..--- -6- Mrs L,. S. Hutto. they....., were ,- .. . . .. .. t ,'<( .,.."
o!.._____,,._ ___._._._____..__ _._.. embody all the sincerity and feeling mat is m
WISHING turned Mrs. Robert from E. Greene has re, our thoughts at this season. We are well aware
Miami, where she
spent the, holidays. witty her hu9 I'r 'of thetfact that withou4yo.ufwngenerosity, '.

ALGiOU)1E'4I3MIES Ensign Mr. and Greene Mrs, rand .his nl I ,tve would not have enjoyed such a splendid '
Greene, '
Sr., 'came from their home In Business'during the past year. Therefore at ;

FRIENDS f ( AND" CUSTOMERS. '- spending Washington sometime, D. In C.,Miami.and are .this. the start of anotliep. ,year, we. pause, !to. ,say t

New Year:' ;
"Happy -
,. .AI,VERY Mrs. H. B. McLendon and! .t. .' '- J \,

daughter, Jeannette, returned '
Wednesday to their home r ::
; in Or,
HAPPY foEW YEAR lando after spending the holi , .
...... days with Mr. and Mrs. E. S, '" -
Matthews. They were accom- A. M. DARBY'S.r';f :

panled by Dr. McLendon who had ....
... /' DAHJY r anna.been visiting relatives in Mari-' JOHN M. and CHAS. A. DARDY w 14

Sea 2-c John Henry Walker As t"old" yeor draws to a cordial relations we Have enjoyed

son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. close, amid the good cheer and ) for t"NW" friends made t ''

f NAT" SEZ: Walker arrived Saturday morning fellowship of the Holiday Season, and the old friendships, more
to spend a 10 day leave with his
we desire to express anew our closely bound.
Well, here we are again-time He parents has and been other In the relatives Naval here Hos- gratitude for the manifold/ Please accept our best wishes

.to Start that old Job we all just pital In New York' City for the i courtesies; received, for the- for the New Yea,.

kin inventory. This past S months, after being
I l' love-t a g
f .../J, t< wounded while on sea duty. His X11
year, however, the buying public wounds are much improved and

kind of simplified matters. They he hopes to be discharged from
the hospital at an
early date.
'didn't lease much on the nliclesto

Inventory. Sure hope I find Cpl. John C. Fox, son of A. C. STARKE DRY CLEANERSPHONE
Fox, arrived to spend some time
a pair of short stuck away with his father and sister. Mrs.

somewhere. I need a pair bad. Joe Davis. He has just returnedto
: the states after spending 31 and LAUNDRY STARK E,
months In the Pacific Theatre of 28 FL A.Y .
action. He holds the Presidential
Citation and was awarded the .- _,_,_ _ _._ _ _._ _J_ _. _,_,_ _.___._.

SOLS Purple heart for a wound received , ,
01.-- - --- ------- -----<0 Irr
in action.

98 8 Mr\ and Mrs. I. Lecln and Miss Ii M

a Madelyn Lecin had as guests dur- 1
l ing the holidays, Lt. Rudy Kantz
5.98A y and Pvt. Garvin of Camp Blan
ding Lt. Nathan Goldstein of

WIDE Tampa, and Lt. and :Mrs. Stringer
VARIETY who formerly lived near them in
OF COLORS New York City. They all enjoyed -
Christmas dinner at Camp hOUR R

Blanding as guests of Cpl. Al DAYSIS
'AQUATOGS'Satin 3rd class Petty Officer Other A LCNG TIME
arrived here Sat- d
Griffis, USN,

Finish} Stylish Nice Fitting urday parents to Mr.spend and a leave Mrs.! with R. his K. n n n r But we enjoy every one of them +

I Griffis, alter pending a year In that we spend with our friends of { y
;22.50Colors the Pacific. He wears the Euro f f

TAN RED, GREEN fis pean bronze has Campaign star.a brother Petty ribbon Early Officer and In Grif-service the- n II U 0 loyalty In appreciation of our of many the this Your community.friendships and patronage ,1

who has been wounded friend., we find our ore appreciated by the manage. rt k

three times. selves again eagerly ment and personnel of this firm,

HAPPY"INEW .The Weldon home was of Mr.the and scene Mrs.of S.a awaiting the opportunity of wishing each one a New Year and it is our sincere wish that we Ir,

happy A reunion of members of filled with Health, Happiness and Prosperity. can continue to be of service to ,til lg
Christmas -
Mrs. Day.Weldon's Present family were on her parents Happy New Year and many more of them. you throughout the coming year. 1+< < ,, Y

YEAR Shaffer {. ,
D. R.
Mr.\ and Mrs. Y a
Park; her brother. S.
of Winter

her sister Mrs. C. C. McCubbln
her brother
of Miami:
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shaf- MIKE MAUUCA OWNER
[Std iS fer In-law of, DeLand; and her aunt, ST. JOHN, PROP. 4 r 'w

W. P. Mayhew of Elizabeth 4
Pa.Mrs. I) _ .. .. ... - ...- -.-...,- -.- .. -




+, I ri' PAGE SIX EC'It'lBla.N _
./ < the 34th (Red Bull) Division with Mandy Mott, Monday, and Miss: Valdosta

,,11;! '' Xmas Seal Sale time this month and will even Lt. Gen. Mark Clark's Fifth Ar- Mott accompanied them home fora ngofs Ca,/najt :it was
j' be accepted In January Parade my in Italy, has been in foreign brief visit. and Mrs (Q *!* ,
I Service *
Returns from the sale of service continuously for more Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons Miss Martha%colaon< SJacksonvu

, : Christmas Seala have reached 'stated.You arenta. and friend of aervlre men are nuked to hrln. news Items and than two and a half years. of Gainesville were visiting Mr. i,. ,Rv'n: M rW
: t: $300 according: to members of keep buying plrlDr to The Trlrirraph for nuhllratlon. Hrrvlre mrn and women Algiers, Hill 609 the Volturno and Mrs. Noon Mott, Monday. dL **4 With Mr.Pand*(]!!>r "
';i I' } the Jr. Woman's Club, who are I' are a.k.d to wrll 'I'll. trlllnv of their artlvltlea.SPONIIOLTZ and Rapldo Rivers, Cassino, the Seaman and Mrs. Harrell Sappof i Mrs. T.Markey. .!

c ; k handling the sales this year. Remittances WAR BONDS Anzlo beachhead, Rome, Pisa and Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. Casey y
be sent in '
any A'k'l1son
may I ritOMOTED IN THICK OF FIGHT the Gothic' Line have been foughtfor Nora Sapp Christmas Day. Ga.. !Is vlqtln or
I The promotion of Milo O. and won by the men of the Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chesser and r.1allVl'I here.Mrs. .
I Pvt. B. D. Dyal, son of Mrs 34th in their nearly 1,000 days of Alachua Nmm Mutt
gponholtz, 23, son of Mrs Kath- son were visiting Mrs Thomas lira,
: ,,* Old Place arine Sponholtz, 407 West 41st. Vida Dyal of Starke Is fightingwith overseas. A. J. Plnholster and family, Mon- holster Were and M18, I.UbIIla AI
Sarge's Artillery III
St., Jacksonville (formerly of a Field The 135th has lost 1,000 men day of last Galnes\.IU 0 T6uCpl ;

: Lawtey) from the rank of 2nd __.. ...-....-.. outfitsomewhere killed in action and several thous- day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. A. Mintz and week

i'i'i i Lieut to 1st Lleut. has been an- in- ands wounded. Nearly a com- family, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ga., Is T C Kelly of&ldOl

' :1 t ; May the Supreme Architect nounced by the commanding of- Relatives recently plete division through of the replacements ranks of has the Crosby and family of Jacksonville with his spending wife and a few dlys h

ficer of the 398th heavy bombard- received passed were visiting Mr. and Mrs.L. Pvt. and baby.
ment group of an Eighth Air 135th. R. GaIney, Monday.Cpl. and Mrs Ernest
; specify word that he was baby of
u Force Bomber Station in England. and Mrs. Resale Colson of have Camp aheeter,
safe. His wifeis S a a a a a p a. a a a a been VISltlJ1g
Lt. Sponholtz was also recently relauve,
each and all of
fQr the former I
LI' us awarded the Air Medal for "merI- Level
Miss Kathleen Pirie
{\ torious achievement"* while par- I, FOR SAFETY
of victory and it; Cochran of Char- COMFORT AND ECONOMY
a year peace, ticipating: in sustained combat operations RIDE
Mrs. II. M. McRae
lotte, N. C., and Dy
IJ (trr' over enemy cortinental '" a a a a a . a. a a a. FLORIDA MOTOR
; trimmed with good health and prosperityso Europe. I they daughter have a baby who LINE BUSSES

"The The Rev. W. E. Hall] filled his
The citation said In part: was Dorn me aay FOR COURTEOUS CORRECT
that courage, coolness and tklll displayed Pvt. Dyal left regular appointment at Pine PLEASE PHONE 147 INFORMATtnv! < .
by this officer upon these Level Church Sunday morning
for overseas duty. He has
i we will find ourselvesin occasions reflect great credit upon the European Theatre for 12 and evening and Immediatelyafter
I himself and the Armed forces of the service he and Mrs.

,, tr; the edifice of a1Jappy the United States." months. Hall left to spend Christmas Day UNION BUS STATIOJsTLACY

Lt. Sponholtz is a pilot of a HACK AT FT. MEADE with their children, Mr. and Mrs. I CONWAY
B-17 Flying Fortress and was Wm. Guy Hall of Green Cove Agent
graduated from the Bradford Pvt. Howard A. Conner, son of: Springs and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Temple Ave.
i Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Conner of Starke Florid
new ?/carBen County High School in 1940. He Murshee and son of Hilliard.
Starke, recentlyiAflttnAfl
Susie to
later attended the University of Mrs. Myrick returned
l __ in. his
Florida and entered the Army on --- u her home in Lake Geneva Tuesday -

August 30, 1942. I"station at Fort after spending a few days
d Meade, M + with Mrs. H. M. McRae.
Suslow'sArmy PATUAY TAKES: PREFLIGIIT X spending a
II week's leave Bishop Myrick. USN., spent
of last week with the Mc-
Cadet James William Pat- = here with his part
ray, Jr., Is now at the San An- i parents. Private Rae family while on furlough. He

Store tonio Aviation Center, in Texas, F Conner trainedat has been stationed at the Jacksonville -

; where potential pilots, bombar- I Camp Fan- Naval Air Station but Is

diers and navigators are receiving leaving: this week for California.
nln, Texas, and
: \
: LOUIS SAGE, Manager preflight training to prepare them ; Camp Shelby, Dinner guests Christmas Day
R for aerial Instruction and dutiesas of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae
Miss., and en-
/(, aircrew members In the Army were Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman THE
tered service last
Air Forc s. I and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kldon.
"rg MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT June. He says Sapp and children Mr. and Mrs.
I he wants to "go
Arthur McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Lester -
over and help finish this thingup new
and children, Mr. and Year
Pfc. Azure W Johns of Lau so we can all come home as Crosby :
Illl ROY'SRESTAURANT 1111 tey was recently cited for ex. soon as possible" :Mrs. Wesley McRae and children
: ceptlonally meritorious condur Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and

while serving with I Lleutena-I MAIL CALL MEANS MUCH children Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald ----
1 Wilson, Elnore Jones, Mrs. Vesta -
General Mark W.
: Clark's Fifth Ar- Somewhere in FranceDear.Mr. Myrick, Miss Odessa 'McRae, Miss LET US HELP YOU SOLVE YOUR NEW YEARS

Matthews: Norman of Jacksonville
( my in Italy. PARTY PROBLEMS .
UNDER MANAGEMENT OF ROY JOHNSON When I'm still getting the Telegraphand and Clinton Bond of Camp Blan-
enemy enjoy it very much. En-
fire from three
closed is my new address. Please ding.Miss
houses threatened Jo Ann Myrick of Jack-
print it. Mall call means a great
the advanceof I sonville Is visiting friends here JJofidag
deal here and I'd really like for
his this week.
company I my friends to write me.

comrades Johns and volunteered two- O. W. McRae, G.M. 2-c. . . . . . . HATS HORNS

to neu- CBMU NO, 628 care of FPO,
New York, N. Y. BrookerBy
tralize the ene-

their automatic I Joyce Atkinson .
fl rifles, the three ;I George Van Haroutunlan, AMM a a. a e. a a . a ,

'Z4 moved forwardand 1-c, son of Mrs. Eva Haroutanian
SUNDAY SCIIOOL PARTY Hundreds of Other Amusing Favors
laid down heavy fire which
Mt Bradford County public health Mrs. M. O. Harrell and Mrs.J. ,\
enabled the riflemen to close in
field nurse, has recently been K. Douglas entertained the
; and throw hand grenades, clearing -
STEAK CHOPS the houses. transferred from Norfolk, Va., to Intermediate Sunday School classof
St. the Baptist. Church with a
Johns Is member of the 34th Louis Mo. He has been In
the party at the home of Mrs. Ii. H. GISLAIN'SNext
Navy since 1940 and
Bull Division spent
(Red ) Infantry now
Moore of last week.
two and a half years in the Thursday
CHICKEN fighting on the Fl'th Army front.
Cookies and Coca-Colas were .
r tit.Plf. South Pacific on patrol duty. He
t "ti COMBAT INFANTRYMANPfc. Is now an instructor in the served to the 14 young people
v ABATU. present.S Door To Koch Drug Store

i, 1 i Billy S. Ovoi-street, son of
FROM THOMAS 2-c Samuel Morris Mott Jr.,
Thomas Overstreet of Starke, has
of New York is spending several
( BEERS been awarded the Combat Infan- Dear Mr. Matthews: days here with friends and rela- I

-I( . try Badge for exen-.l.iry conduct I just thought I would drop tives.

r ; and skill in action against the you a line and let you know I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nichols and

''. '" ... -'\':, enemy. He is fighting with the 'have been receiving the Telegraphon family of Jacksonville and Miss (-I\;
time each week. I really en- Madeline of
DivIsion Crosby Waldo spent
;i; 1 , t- OPEN 8 A.' M. :2 A. M. EACH DAY EXCEPT MONDAY: 81st (Wildcat) Infantry joy reading it' because it is likea Christmas here with Mr. and .

.' O BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER which recently inv fi"d the South- long letter from home. It Mrs. Lee Crosby. "

J't' 4 ern Islands of the JapaneseheldPalau passes off a great deal of my
Seaman Donald Crews Great
r Sandwiches And Short Orders time.
group, COO miles from the Lakes, III., has been spending

',''k'kt41 Philippines. I read "Nat Sez" in last week's sometime with his parents, Mr.
; issue and noticed where Mr and Mrs. Raud Crews.
t. A'L
IN DAYTONA HOSPITAL Sternberg was going to leaye Misses Eva Fay Gainey and

Cpl. Roy Moore, whose wife, Santa a stick of butter. Please Phyllis Hazen of FSCW, Tallahassee -
' ?ndel't ask him for me where he was the
'' Shop Esther, lives In Starke, recently are spending holidayswith
: going to get the butter. !
respective parents.
arrived at the Welch Convalescent Worried over women?
Hospital the Army's new Resale R. Thomas SF 2-c. Miss Janette Fea gle of Tampa

ttt reconditioning center in Daytona Barks. 58, USNTC is visiting her father for a, few Worried over dough?
Beach, after serving: 33 monthsIn days.Mr. Worried over Hitler? -
the Aleutian Islands. He for- and Mrs. F. E. Russ and

; / 1 WE ARE merly lived in Colorado Springs NEW ADDRESSES son, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russ and That dirty so-and-so!
; family and J. 1. Russ of Or- ?
Pfc. Jas. Worried
A WELL OUTFIT C. Wooten, 3509 AAF over coupons
lando spent the holidays with
BU, Ford Motor Co., Ypsilantl,
Or income tax -
Mr. and Mrs. Vance RUBS. your
Sgt. Ralph Hicks, whose wife, Mich.
Pfc. J. R. Mott of Valdosta, uornts,
CELEBRATINGOUR Irene Angelo Hicks and small Morgan Lee Tllghman Sea. 1-c. No matter what your

son live in Starke, sends a copy U. S. Naval Barracks G, Naval Ga., was visiting his parents this Forget it, pal RELAX! I

of the Thanksgiving Dinner Supply Depot. Oakland, 14, Cal. week.Miss
FIRSTANNIVERSARY menu of the Replacement Bat- Julian J. Griffia, MOMM, 2-c, MarjorIe Sue Barry of
Jacksonville is visiting her grand- .
talion with which he is servingIn Roosevelt Base Terminal Island
parents, Mr. and Mra O. W.
France. In addition to Boat House, San Pedro Calif.
turkey Than 3IcLes
and the usual accessories, the Barry. And What Better Place to Relax
WITH VETERAN OUTFIT C. C. Melvin was visiting his
menu seemed to run heavy on son Cecil at Camp Wheeler Ga.,
the dessert side and included four Pvt Willie H. Bell whose Monday. i TAVERN

kinds of pie, two kinds of cake, home Is at Sampson City, is serving Cpl. and Mrs. Hershel Layfleld

? IN STARKECLEARANCE cookies and ice cream. Mrs. as a lineman with the 135th of Valdosta, Ga., are visiting relatives -

Hicks Isn't worrying any more Infantry Regiment which recently here this week. Bob Jones, Mgr.

about her husband losing' weight checked off Its 338th day in Misses Irene and Agnes Lewisof

while away from home. combat. This regiment a unit of Starke were visiting Miss

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. . . . . dating. of individual cakes, hold- Ruth Hall. Betty Anne Flynr and MS-s. J. H. Hundley I i r Mr and Mrs. Charl, Cartel!.I Pvt. and Mrs. Merles Packham of t, Q orza.! ..

Ing little. lighted candles, ice Billie Jean Pollock, Jean Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. J. G Godwin and and son Larry werevisiting\ Camp Rucker.:: Ala., vtaited Mr .TOM. ara.q..I.. !,.
ate Farm cream, salted nuts, mints and Henry Manassa, Byrf Leas: eons Jimmie Brown and Harold I Mrs Carter's parents, Mr. and! and :Mrs. W. ,V. Packham this I a....... Court th an4\3.: <,-..1&In.*ta.. wborvtapUUBtlff alcove
coffee. The exchange of gifts Billy Myles, George Wlnkler. Bobby spent Christmas Day with Mr Mrs John Wyrtck.'' Monday.Joe I week-end. : __k.. 1"C'ce: and custody
Bryan Whitfield took place prior to the games Beam. Lewis tUlnes and Chick and Mrs. V. R. Reddish! in Law- lot Cktldr.n. Bradford County T l.-
**! . . Harrell. Jr. was the weekend I Graph ball piiblUtt this Order la
. . Upon the addition of scores Mrs Gross all of Starke. area Delber tey. Returning: home with them guest of his parent Mr. amMrs. 1OTICH tt..t four w*.ltty hfau*
HAS H. M. Rlcharde won high: prize, and Spencer Crews. Mr. and< for the rest of the week was Joe L Harrell. Sr. TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERNNotice WltM.. my hand and ,ifflclalat
CLl"B .. .
E I I. hrbjr given that Ih at Start. Florid. this p.
.,Its PARTY Mrs. J. R. Kite, second high and Mrs. Moncrief were assisted: 1 In Mrs. Godwin's nephew Bobbie Mrs. William Bagfett oStarke I **. fll*>t with, Coaatjr JudC. afHrmjfuril .r comber. I".... 194JprFlCIAJL. .
Christmas tree striking Mrs. C. M. Turney was lucky in entertaining their guests by Mrs Reddish of Webster' hei my neat Ac- with
a spent Monday will oa the Utll day of J au&rr.' Clerk. ot pfd Court.
nant note season*! dec- bingo. J. G. Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. J. H Ritch ol I parent. )CI". and Mrs. A. H. Hat blot. *. apply to _ttl County JII<1..1 I William IX M,>r...o. JackconvUl.
lent a holiday atmoath Jacksonville were guests of aft flul DJeca.rg. ** Admt ria. Arty for ptf. 11. tc u.a
J. M. SUPPER PARTYAt BIRTIID.1'lCTY ley. !trtrtv ..tII". Kst t. of EuniceAda
to, of Mrs. Honoring their and Mrs. H. M. Richard Satur Miss Debbie Phillips of Max Nlmtno.
hen the State Farm the Community Building last lIOn Lynwood+ day and Sunday. Bv.lln. 811"- am Adm"z. I
annual Friday night Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jr., on his eighth: birthday, Mrs vine was visiting her brother and 1111, t-ltd-s I
Club! helthere last Wed- Lynwood Watts gave a party at Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. sister-in-law :Mr. and Mrs O. J.
as Moncrlef entertained at a seated Shelly Rosier and Mr.. and Mrs. vt ctwrrrr '' :
her home Thursday afternoon. Phillips. Monday.W. COCHT. BttinroitoCOIMT : <
afternoon. This partythe with June *. rt.oitiDi M cat*. of frteafcrfcDon't
of a dessert supper and Peggy December 21. form con- Caldvrell. Grace Crews and Doris prizes, and gamed afforded Armstrong were Mlsa Armstrong' visiting friends and relatives her. Ruth. J. ri.mln.. PUtntlff. T*. std I Neglect Them
with- Moncrief as their honoreea. The fun for the young guess. parents- and brother, Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mra. Hines and daughter n No.y 1455.T. Floml.... Doet...< Case Ntmr.4..'iir-4 Ik*k 0n.y tomnriloua .. a
rooms used for the before ". L. Armstrong and Howard E > io"TWir teal i>u k..e t..
party were the serving of the refresh of Tampa were visiting )In.Hlnea' ( RnCR nr Pt-BUO\TTOV
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// rt KM '- trm tl dSCSI.
Dt'It Tff,, -< of ASrSOTI" !!: TO APPICIR9'r.TE .eta .r.e a
_ made attracUve with decorationsin meats of Ice cream and cake from Armstrong Dover. mother Mrs. Enoch Grtfta. OP FLORIDA .Imperil.. Tu_ ., .ruts-6/e

(!hyJ1IWWlEIT keeping with the Christmas the dining room table which was Mrs. J. H. Hundley spent last \ Monday.Mr. T. rtmi ng WHOM r...t motif and were a colorful setting centered' with the tradIUonlbirthday Friday with Mr. and )Irs. Rees and Mrs Woodrow Cut- : V.t.rans H4oplt.ll at A.alut. :-.II.--J.: : b.aa :t..odarc :
WAVE UCwpl.l..ttbenlw. for the young girls In their formal cake. The Christmas Bradley in Jack.e: nvile. Jacksonville were visiting Wi..o ... I....... tad la function. M
shaw of N....* lnt.nl4, ihMv i.\ ..._..... .,
.,_ ; attire. After supper, dancingwas season. was emphasized iti the favors Christmas dinner guests of Mr I Mr. Cutshaws parents Rev _aM. laal. way our. _:row'oI. duKOn
.rumpuo..d..p..1Muat..I... ..... of g enjoyed to a late hour and and decorationsTfends who and Mrs. R. P. McLendonere I and )[rs. G. E. Cutsnaw. Monday i STARKETRANSFER .area soots b-loco.may utf r attatf oac..a tatf.oIk ,backach**,
b\lll...\".. .Q'-' tali roUtrtttillWa (guests included Janet Anderson were with Ly n w o o a on thli Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cogdlll ot( I I Raymond Appleby of the Naval _.... "P. .:r--e..'Cll.......well.fwdL."....5._50..0aad.e ill

kOCH DRtG STORE Ann Wilt, Madge Brownlee, Patsy occasion were Bobby and Kennetl Kn+xville. Tenn., B. A. CogdiU I, Air Station In Jacksonville W1Io a ;I our,W.

Stafford, Lynn OrmonU. Kenneth and Mrs. Rudy McDonell ol I visiting: Mr and Mrs. J. E. Warren i : ,Frwuwt..raaty ww.rws ordirtier .. t.d.
Tyus. Nolan Dobbs, Carolyn Bradley and family Monday.Mr. I I blsdd.r \ .
Gainesville.Mrs. Local And 5.y
1 I b:ravpmaai sod ......_.
1 Betty Williams and Joyc Oscar H. Thomas Sr., and and Mrs.: Grant PavldJon di_'._..uM..poop.k ip tk.a.....,.
Z i tv Davis. :Mrs. Oscar H. Thomas, Jr.. of ; are happy to> have with them'i Long Distance aK red d ..anN.vas body. wa. ,
: OMO'a *>\Ua. Tk ka r kad Bora
Gainesville were luncheon guests : their two sons who are I serving ,I '...>Ivny p.blle y .",......!.Araadofavd }
COMMCMTY: St D.SCllooL I .. ._. lasso
in the armed forces. Hauling ta oaairy aa
of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin on
CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONThe : Medical ', 0.-.'.. area at ali aruDOAN .._
last Thursday.Miss i Richard Thede of
Community Sunday School Margie Clemons of Miami, Corpw, was visiting his wlf and
Gvergtody '. held its Christmas party and program Is visiting Mil and Mrs.' Guerney his: parents. Mr. and Mrs R. R.I'' 215 Call St. SPILLS

Christmas Eve. At the Crews and family. 'Thede. Monday.
conclusion of an interesting pro of Mr. an I
P\t and Mrs. Edward Page of Roxfr. Peel. son I
gram Santa Claus arrived and who Is a student
Standing and ReidsviUe. N. hits Joe Peel. I. -
distributed gifts from a beautiful C.. are visiting Mr. and Mrs.: W. of the R.O.T.C military academy JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'SEAT
tree. This entertainment was i a i U spending his Christmas holidays
3ahinfJABOUT H. Williams.
en c...
credit to both participants! and During the Christmas holidays with his parent
directors and was enjoyed by all I
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Land hadas . . HERE
who attended. . . e e a
and ,
visitors Miss :Myra Land ::a
Miss Jacqueline Woodward o1 Mrs. Roy Land of Tampa. Pfc.
Theressafly ffi IF YOU LIKE HOME COOKING"s
Tampa spent the Christmas holidays Alvis B. Swain of Camp Bland-

with her parents Mr. and ing and Mr. and Mrs. LouU UM Ida Ilagaa . en

Mrs. J. W. Woodward. Christmas Campbell and children.; Jo. Charles . e e e . a . . I C. .
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, and Jimmy of Ft. White.
Woodward were Mr. and Mrs. H, Mr. and Mrs. Guerney. Crews Mrs A. H. KeLsay. Mrs. S. R CHILI . HOT DOGSSANDWICHES
B. Gale and little daughter Sharon and family were guests of Mr.' Swindell.\ Mr.-and Mrs. Ben Loper N

of Palatka.En and Mrs. M. S. Hayes in Gaines and W. W. Packham were shoppieg s.. Ma
Christmas Eve supper.S Palatka on* day last'
vine for
from Miami to their
Crews. USNR of
2-c Herbert week.
home In New York CIty Mr. aneMrs .
tieJod Seymour Merle visited Mr. Pensacola Is with his parents ) Mrs. James Swindell was visiting : ffi call sa. Next Door To H'eaerR UaiINa
and Mrs. M. I*. Crews for (1"1 I friends and relatives in Lake v
and< Mrs. B. Henhfleld sever
Christmas leave. Geneva Monday.Mrs. .
al days during this past week.
Mrs. E. A. John and hire JERRY'SJERRY'SJERRY'Sl
Rlcharde Guests of Mr. and t G.
Mr. and Mrs. H. AL ,,
weekend Mrs. Grady Williamson -
Rlcharde and Stafford over the holiday Thornton Johns.
Jane and Henry
were )(1". and Mrs\. J. R. and Bobbie Cochranc 3i
:Mrs. A. M Rlcharde joined other
Young and children of Jackson were business visitors to Ralford
members of their family at s
ville. .. last week..
Chrlhtmas Eve at
buffet "
the home supper of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Mr. and Mrs M. D. Young entertained '. Miss Ruth Frith I of tkGeneva / / You're lookingfor (. \
9. to'9 Mr and Mrs. W. E. was visiting Mrs. James
Restaurant t r t HoursE; TuesdayFAIL Johns, Jr.. in Starke. The Rich-with Flllyaw and son. Tommle Mr. Swindell Thursday and Friday. '
ardes had Christmas supper
; Mr. and Mrs.\ Hamilton Ritch and and bits J. T. FUlyaw and son, Set. and Mrs. Sidney Grifffe the beat
Ritch IB Jimmie. and Mr. and )(n. Ira and eou. and Miss, Mildred Fritti!
Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle
Young and son. Charles all of of Lake Geneva were visiting Mr
Lake Butler, at dinner Christmas and Mrs. J. D. Grlffls Friday.K. .
and Mrs. J. A. Bouvter B. SwtndeU of Jacksonville

TO spent the Christmas holidays with Eve.Mrs.. Bert Chambers Is: visiting was visiting hU mother and sister t A
\1' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae and her mother. Mrs. W. J. Ward. In last weekend.Mr. HAMBURCERS

o't family in McIntosh. Ocala and Mrs. John Jordan and

VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox and Mrs. M. D. Young and Mrs daughters of Alachua were visitIng ,

daughters of DeLand< came Monday T. T. FUlyaw ware Christmas the Swindells Saturday. and
THE to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. H. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Swindell of Jacksonville

Cox and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. J. T. Fillyaw in Lake Butler is here visiting! his mother and HOT
Bradley. Mr. Cox has recently Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers sister during the holidays. '

DAVIS .SANDWICH SHOPWHERE I received a medical discharge from and children of Monticello spent j Mrs. J. C. Cochrane Mr* E.. DOCS '

thl' Army. the Christmas holidays with Mr. S. Sibley were shopping In Gainesville ,

Mrs. W. W. McCrary and Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Chambers. Tues. "
Helen Munson of Jacksonville Guests of Mr. and Mr*. A. C. Pvt. and Mrs. Merle 1* Pack in ,

were dinner guests of Mr. and Davis: during the Christmas sea ham of Camp Rucker. Ala., are "

FRESH DO NUTS Mrs P. D. Fancher and family son were Mr. and Mrs John Willie I I visiting Mrs. Packham's parents, town .;\

last Thursday.Mr. and eon. Junior, of Ft. Myers. I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall.

and Mrs. Vance Geiger and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandand MUM Patsey EdmondJOa and TRYMILLIGAN'S

Can Be Seen Being Made Every Minute son Bradley of Jacksonville, were son. Johnnie of Graham.! mother visited Miss! Hazel. Phillips ;

with !fr. and Mrs. J. M.\ Bradleyfor Mrs., I. L. Crews and family of I Saturday afternoon. ro
Take Home A Dozen the Christmas holidays Macclenny, Mr. and )(rs. Clifford )Ir. and Mrs. t. R. Dennison
Rhoden and daughter. Lorine of and family of Gainesville. Mr. GRILLCALL
40c per DozenHAMBURGERS Christmas guests of Mr.Officer and- Waldo, and Pvt. and Mrs. Horace I and Mrs. M. L. Trieste ana daughter t
H. Cox were Petty
Mrs. R.
Raulerson of Ft. Benning. Mrs. Annie Trieste, and Mrs.
2-c and Mrs. Enice Bradshaw L. C. Smith of Waldo. )(1'. and STREET AT RAILROAD
and children of Atlantic Beach. CORRECTION Mrs. E.. T. Prevatt and familyof

Capt. and Mrs. Martin\ Griner In listing the Raiford Lodge Starke. )[1". and )(rs. C W. 71 71LF
I Made From Fresh Ground Sirloin Steak Jr., 0: Camp Lee, Va., are visiting Masonic officers In last week's Packham and family and Miss

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griner, Sr. paper the name of William H. Hazel Packham of Jacksonville
wilt's Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher,, WUHama was given as Senior P
Premium Florida
I Pure
Sr., and MOMM and Mrs. P. D. Warden and the.Junior Wardenwas Where

Fancher, Jr., had Christmas dinner not listed. The proper listing

HOT DOGS I I ORANGEADEPEN Crary wIth'In Mr.Jacksonville.and Mrs. W. W. Me- as Senior follows Warden: Leonard: William A. John H. 1 I{em and M'ka

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Newton Williams Junior Warden. t
) EVERY DAY TIL 12 MIDNIGHTClosed and son, Wll'iam! of Griffin, Ga.,, : 1C1 G.I. JOE
. CS S
All Day Each Friday came Sun iay La visit :Mr. and S e. e e.

Mrs. C M Turney.Lt.
II. G. Davis nf Tampa was LavteyBy :
______ ________________ with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Start Your Post-War'

W. N. North, from. Saturday to EVELYNE WARREN Planning Now! I 1 IS
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The Christmas day. . e . e e S s
Latch StringIs Pvt. and Mrs. DUI,-d Hundleyof Place Your Order Now For II

ad Draper
Camp Slanding held in The Follow Appliances: : '
family reunion was .
Out N. C., came Friday to visit Mr. !I \ KING
Always the home of Mr. and Mrs.. J. E.

._.-A ...,_f a._ q Warren, Wednesday, Dec. 27.
SAILORS Those enjoying the occasion were BENDIX
SOLDIERS, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bozard and AUTOMATIC:

AND MARINES: daughters. Marjorie and Dorothy HOME LAUNDRY
Louise, and Miss Alene Bozard of
South Carolina Mr. and :Mrs.

Victor Appleby and children and HOTPOINTREFRIGERATORS

Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Appleby and '
son Raymond of Jacksonville. 1 r

r Keefee Harrell USN. Is spend- WATER HEATERS
ing a leave with his parents Mr.
and Mrft Joe L. Harrell. '1r s

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon SUcox of As These Become Available

They all Starke were visiting Mrs. Sil- We Will Fill OrdersIn .
cox' parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

LIKE .to EATat Roberts. and, Sunday.Mr. Mrs. .John Dye of Ft. Order of Application Srvirrmen I like

Lauderdale were weekend guestsof BED LAMPS \ our store brrauiM
the Mrs. Dye'a parents, Mr. and they know If It's on
Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.Mr. I & DESK LAMPS I the market they'll

and Mrs. Joe Shuford were ,. find It on our 1%
CAMP'DINER the guests last week-end of Mr. I *,hl>ew. They also

Shuford's parents Mr. and Mrs. RADIO o\V-.d this !s

John Shuford.J. I Important that the

SERVICEMEN LIKE THE ATMOSPHERE OF HOS- E. Warren and son Marvin. r 5 PRICE will be
Saturday. SERVICE .
were In Jacksonville, RIGHT.STORES y.l
visiting hU parents. ),(r. and Mrs.
BAR. CIVILIANS LIKE IT TOO. THAT'S WilY Corner Call & CherryFeaturing p. L. Dlnkins several days last -- .l
0 week.
DUR ATTRACTIVE BAR IS TilE Mrs Harry Highsmith. Mrs.

the best Billy Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.
PLACE IN Rex Mlxon. all of Jacksonville, I I .

Steaks Chops were visiting Mr. and Mra Will, .

LA""II"" G CENTER D/tR Edwards Winie, (Monday.Champ) Crlffls. now SERVICE

Open 9 A. M.-9 P M. serving in the army. was homeon 226 Temple Ave. AT D L AN DING BUS STATION

MAYBELLE J. HYDE, Msrr. Daily Except Thursdays furlough with his parents. j/
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Griff! Sr. .
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11/11.I/:; .I: .tj; : I" C.-B. Roberts, Pioneer Graham Business Man small there village was of a blacksmith today. At shop onetime NI M B. S. Edwards More Than Retires 30 Year From; Started R. RAfter D, Service

's : "lit f V Sells Store And "Will Take Life Easy" and Tom a garage Mills which In connection was operatedby with When Balus S. Edwards retired not delay the mall h. .D'UU__ .

t When C B. Roberta sold his they moved to Brooker for threeor the turpentine still. effective Dec. 1 as rural'"mall With the

t general merchandise store In Graham ,, four years aDd then to Graham When young Dr. William carrier on Route 1 he Paid good- roads and coin autos '

+ lI to Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Young lie has another son, Roy Thomas, who Is a successful bye to a service that Ale inaug- bridges !

( 1 ? : ,I of Norman Park, Ga., last week, I of the State Farm. practicing physician In Jackson- urated in Bradford County 39 improved and the ca'rrTer-fl i

," he had rounded out an even 38 Mr. Roberts first lived on the ville today, first left medical college 4iei t s years ago in October 1906. rles were lightened Washy

\ ''h k years AS a store keeper in the old 'place back of the new schoolhouse he hung up his shingle In In recalling those r'd days bridges bog holes 0

, name location. which recently sold to S. Graham and Mr. Roberts built Mr. Edwards remembers hat the sandy ruts were and

Mr. Roberts was raised in the Campanella of New York City. him a house and helped him to .!Idea of free mall delivery was of the past Mr. largely a thl

r" part of Bradford County that I At that time Graham was known get a start, not popular when first introduced to the Edwardg yield

I as Myrtle and there was a turpentine Mr. Roberts saw his home burn N, } rJ and routes were hard to work trend, pensioned hla"bo

) later became Union, having moved tlll there ana the old down In 1924 when it caught up. "People were afraid that the and bought an automobile.
'j he was-four
when S
there yearsold
.1 from South Georgia. When ''T & J railroad ran from Sampson from paper set afire on the hearth new service would Increase axes. his first Model] T Ford ja
City through Gainesville to with received little mi+ U of bo. 19
and he Immediately began They very .has driven
he 22 h e married Bedle a
w a Fairfield. Ed Abernathy built a I his loyal neighbors help to rebuild any kind and no daily papers or of j 190,
and they m lie 1
Ii of Hampton I
Dowling on the .
sawmill .'there the old sawdust would to job-- ..
1 Lake Butler and the modernly equipped magazines. They com"
:, lived Worthington between Springs until :J. P. pile atlll '''marks the place and home where he and his wife the town every month or so to get equal to almost seven tllI1ft

j Mr. Roberts has seen several former Equllla Wasdin now live. their mall and shop," the vet '-an round the earth He
(Jake) was three years lay mo
children a-
." generations of play He saw the old Mt. Sinai Church, I carrier said. estly, however: 'Mine
f round it, Just outside his front of the old ceme la a Blll,
I\\, directly In At last, however, people wunSold tri-weekly routeThie
"'j ., 4t e yard.When tery, burn and contributed liberally on the idea, routes were Is no d
: 1 tance at
: ; the sawmill was built to the erection of the new established and Mr. Edwards be- all compared With t

aiding there nearer to the homes of the mileage covered by.,
the railroad put a one gan the Job that was to take carrier \W
( TOR ACID INDIGESTION people. At one time there wasa of almost I la long dally route
1' A ; and Mr. Roberts became the second him a total l 250,000
5 I about the time Methodist Church there which miles-72,000 of them via horse I I But now that he ha deliver
{ I II' postmaster i was built and pas to red by the his last letter and
4 f fJ and buggy-In the more than 30 package, i
) the postofflce was changed from late Rev. L. C. Smith. Edwards does not plan
years that he was a carrier. a life,
there was an-
Myrtle because Gradually( the houses have "When I 'first started out I complete Inactivity. He will ft+
other postoffice!' la: the state by plenty to do
burned and been torn down and don't believe there was a dally around hie fei,
the Fame" name. He was post Ring In the New Year-Buffet Style home southwest of
master from 1912 to 1934 when moved away until! today the pop- paper or magazine delivered on Starke
Below) r even
(See Recipes entire route Mr. Edward iay engage In a litili ,.
: qM Mrs. Roberts took over the post- ulation ia very small and mostof my mill operating on !the glde. Bone
says. "Roads and bridges were
.. office. Through the years from a he busy has the residents are employees of New Year Patterns THIS WEEK'S MENU usually In a terrible condition and thing you can be sure of
Graham change
,'. / seen Blanding. All in all Mr. he won't do any more rid:!
railroad and Camp the best I could hope to average
Store little place with a Brand new idea for a brand New New Year's Buffet than absolutely
Carpenter's Drug necessary.
several industries to the quiet Roberts haa lived a very full and waa three miles an hour with
r Year! What better way to usher in Platter of Sliced Tongueand
stops. I would very often put
_ ________ AI useful life and many of his the year than a Corned Beef
.... II '- 'VEVERY '" a set of mud chains and wear +
o un un. .11"'R on Jt: '
w N friends thoroughly enjoy getting table laden with Col Slaw In Red Cabbage
k them out before I ever took them
} something really Assorted Bread or Rolls
him to talk about old times and
off the roads bad. I
OF were so
x new provocativeand Celery Olives Pickles Jelly STROUT'eteianGreatest ;
hla past experiences. He"cusses"
many I could
colorful So owned two horses so .
Gelatin Mold
when the local boys get Apricot-Strawberry bilL advertiser of en
drive a fresh one every day. try .,
here's the menu Fortune Cake proprrtT liar m<1|, ?
broke and want take their girlto 12.000 sates ._
to of llnm .
ii 4 and here are the Coffee Then, as now the rural car- nx
ZY, Y-nJurance '''a show but he always comes Aere.ta: .Ba Tr, tram" sll e..rt
acroes with the required dollaror recipes each with Mints and Nuts rier must be a "complete rolling World. Free open lUtlnit.E .
a news slant that will Recipes Given A.!(TROUT REALTY ACnI
two loan, "until payday. in post office", giving tire same ser-
put you as a hostess
:: 'y Mrs. Roberts still has the post the.,higher brackets for vice (money orders, stamps, etc.) Represented
I scooped out red cabbage and serve
that would be found in town.
office but is planning to recom- mart entertaining. I Locally by
b mend a successor the first of the Whether the buffet is I: at once. The carrier must also be,_everybody's F. C. HOLLINGS'A'ORTT
H. C. WALL Fruit molds lend tone to a buffet
friend, stop long enoughto
year so that she may help Mr. planned for the eve be. ] 116 S. Walnut St.
table besides giving the guests a the time of day, and yet
Roberts to get a good rest. He fore or the day itself pass
sweeter type salad and thus satisfy-
says he Is just going to sit on the this menu is designed to give you
ing their appetite for fruit. Here'sa
I L +r ,i : Agency Y front porch and think and spit as little last-minute bustling pos truly delectable combination: VACANCY' LAKE HOMEOn
tobacco juice for a while and sible. Just tee that your table's set

Constant Service Over 50 Years after that, well, he hasn't plan- properly and the food cooked be- Apricot-Strawberry Gelatin Mold .
+ : 'f forehand. The combination will do (Serves 8) Sprlnic Lake, lit South Onte of Grehle Itoml. (our
ned that far ahead. .
l m lira north of Ker...i ne heights nlioiit 13: miles
Its stuff. 2 packages strawberryflavoredgelatin
L All of his friends wish hima from renter of llluudlnw. on Route ON.

Please PhoneCLASSIFIED 116 long life yet in which to rest, Two meats that lend themselves \ Thin place. hmo Its dUndvnntiiKeiN thrrr are. soncrfr
1 No. : can apricot halves neighbors and n* the ohoiiplnw renter In lour
,__, and their wishes with especially for good-looking plattersare
good go 1 No. 2 mile away, n rue IK an absolute nrrmnll, .1.' ntlireMrnt
can pineapple pieces
l.'r tongue and corned beef. Be-
+ him always. no hot *%..t.r.
1 C IJ ,yY cause of their color flavor and texture 4 cups water (Juice from fruit to If yiA, use Mill Interested I It sleo hn. tin mlvnntnKem -

{ they can't be too highly recommended make up part of this amount) Krliililnlrr.' Indoor. plumbing h.o oil minirhentrrx

ADS Olive O. Luke I for a platter such as Heat 2 cups water and pour over of. our mill mont a five-burner. beautiful oil Iftkru.range One, nil bril-roiim Nltunlril rn-.onone

-- I 've suggested. Here's how you pre gelatin. Stir thoroughly then add closed a..d'o... other double bed, end n uliiule' .,,1.
Mrs. J. 0. Luke 55, died at pare them: remaining water. Pour part of gelatin 'I'".. romnnHhte couple roulil line It. The rrlllnc
FORALEOne/ unocl farm male, FOR 8ALB Bicycle part, Including her home here, Dec. 27. The fun- v mixture over apricots laid at rent In *T.1.: per month, but to mllltnrr iKT.mmrl.'
cheap.. W. f. McCorii. lip 2 rhitlllH :1 I wlieelM, 28 Inch Beef Tongue XOO.IHl In the price, or, three month. In niltnnre. .1
4t, f ivl 2 frame, 1 pr. humllelmrH. 1 eral was held! in Pine Grove the bottom of a mold. Let Jell. Mix IIIUIII.IHI.

+ HELP WANTED-llulo or female. good Heat and other small partH. Cemetery today with Rev. J. L. 1 smoked tongue pineapple with remaining gelatin If roil are Mill Interested. make appointment forInspection.

+ 1 a 44' young,', to work In I'X photoHturtlo. Inquire at Newspaper Office. It Norris and DeWitt C. Jones fun- Cold water to cover mixture and pour over first layer in Mllo Jones, 41O ,\Y. 20110 HI., Jnchmintlllc -

A v' .. Experience opportunity. not nncBHHary.Wonderful for .ad- HOUSl'J THAIL.1SU o'UI' 8AL.U ....tHkft eral home in charge. 4 bay leaves mold. Let jell until firm. Unmold or phone OTUIll: Jax."SHOULD .
t+ )' Trailer Camp .-lrrookeTrading 4 peppercorns
vancement. Good salary. Call or and lettuce with
serve on crisp
lS ;+ I, ; ,l, write fl" >r appointment.28 Whlt.11Pholo Ulan- Pont, Klngmley Lake If Mrs. Luke was a member of 1 teaspoon whole cloves sweet french dressing or mayonnaise .:.___ _ _._._._ _._ '_"_'-00 _._ _
i !Studio, I'X Camp the Daptlst Church. She Is sur- 1 onion
1)l HUI..1* WANTKM; --Timekeeper and
No. 978. combined with
dins Telephone whipped cream
4 , 12-29 3tp oflce man wanted, write P. <>. vived by a daughter, Mrs.: Alma Wash tongue-and if salty let stand sweetened with
I't i. t1 box R5, Htarke Flu. ltpLOSTBrtween Griff of Lawtey, a brother, honey. AULD
la cold water overnight Place In
9 The dessert problem for this type J1n
If ,
9 : Lake Geneva and Amon Ward of Trenton and a
kettle with seasonings and let simmer
milk oows stock cows beef of buffet is easily solved by a light,
1 % jJ ; cattle, stock bulls or hogs: get Liiilu vnllxe.on$5.(10 highway.reward, one If small returnedto tan sister, Mrs. Agnes Layfield, Trenton slowly until tender, from 3 to 5 delicate cake frosted with chocolateand
In touch with J. D. Jr..
'4l ; Li Hox 217 Starke, Hox 204 Lake. M. II. ChrnnlM New Smyrna hours. Remove brine pull off outer decorated with numerals to car- BE''
,0 i City. Telephone 481 Lake Clty.'t Bench or notify me. 12-30 2tp kin, cut off root. Let cool in brine. ry out the theme of the New Year: ACQUAINTANCEFORGOT

116 4 FOIL:: HA 1.10:-Vouncr horse Muddle Truck Owners May Serve thinly sliced either hot or Fortune Cake.
ry J.oST-l white heifer from farm bridle JrrHey cow. Three Friends'. cold. -
: i, '' at New Itlver. 2 yrs. old colored Barber. Shop, tjtarke. 3tp Apply For Gas Now Corned Beef. H cup shortening "
' 1 i I white with red earn. Markedcrop 1 cup sugar ?
t, underhlt. staple fork. Brand FOR HAL.K Good farm mule, 4 pounds corned beef
I 2 cups cake flour
U.-C. C. Wynn Hampton. 4tp cheap. Sea. Jeff Lewie| Ttt. 2. 'v. L. Blair, chief clerk of the Clove of garlic
I (do out Ha I ford road V\ mile and local rationing board stated yes Paprika 3 teaspoons baking powder
r 1 Foil BALE Income. property on turn left about 4 111110,". 4 egg yolks
i and Illandlna highway, 6t terday that truck owners may r IIIH"
near 12122-Stp i Wash the meat in cold water. Vi cup milk
t room cottage two 2-room cabins. ; start at once filing applicationsfor +rN
It'1 .. I Soak an hour in cold water if salty 1 vanilla
.d 1 have elect rlclt, Farm land SPENCER: RUPPOUTS: Individually gasoline for the new teaspoon
pasture, woods, hulling; lots '60acree donlgned. Mrs. Bertha Pearce 305 year. then drain. Place in a kettle and Cream shortening, add sugar,
. P. O. Box 306 The application must be accompanied
West Wadison St. 7.3J4tpWANTED cover with water. Cook slowly 3 to then beaten egg yolks. Whip until
Starke. Also I commercial nut-
; 't t cracking machine. Works by by certificate of war necessity S hours. When thoroughly cooked light and fluffy with Dover egg beater. Definitely net! When fritnd.
k hand. 12-8 4tp It was said.Mr. cool rub with garlic and paprika. Add flavoring then flour sifted that wt
: chips much to ethers as they do to us, we "!Sere you
mean es
Blair stated that several Heat thoroughly In oven before serv-
Flit IIAL1--4..bry.I.: : airflow ee- with baking powder, alternating the
MlJi, dan Rood tires. Private owner; Secretaryand applications for supplemental gasoline ing. Slice thin and serve on platter adding of the flour with the milk. went to remember them always.
Cash. M. St. !Peter W. Washington
St. Stnrke. lip are being held up because with beef tongue. Beat well, place .In greased and diioppointmtnN" -
Crisp and chewy cabbage done Come whet mey-wer, unrest, uncertainty,
applicants have not filed the rationing upcs floured layer-cake pans. Bake In a

r h +1 h L LOST-QI Two and cows one one rod whit speckled. branded -, General Clerk record that they received a cole slaw Is a good accompaniment moderate (330-degree) oven 33 to 40 is one thing American people can fall back upon without rewr-

| A l i a, branded. LN. Notify F. J. Shaw with their new A book. for the minutes.. ration. -friend*. '
\ i Starke.. 12-29 2tp tongue 'and Surprise item in this cake. is its

fiP Most Know Typing Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hair Corned beef' plat- custard filling: Christmas gives us that opportunity to renew then /friendships!
i I and Ann ,To make with
baby daughter Carolyn, ter. every
; 2H tablespoons flour hove
to them. May you
to pledge anew our allegiance
1 414 30 ROOMS Apply returned W e d n esday to their your table really V
,,744 cup sugar
,}tj home In Coral Gables after spending attractiveserve Pinch of salt came (rug, 'II our. Christmas wish.GUIDON.

j f ; ALL FURNISHED ORANGE BUS LINES the holidays here with Mrs. in a red cabbage I cup milk scalded

OFFICE Hair's pare n t s. Mr. and Mrs. scooped out and 1 slightly beaten egg GRILLGEO.

b, y nOOK A ROOM AHEAD Frank Holllngswprth. ailed with the creamy mixture of Vt teaspoon vanilla

f ,ei 'k FOR YOUR WIFE FLOOR sanding and finishing. Comer Ferryman Sound Man cole slaw. KOPELOUSOS: .
# .
Mix ,
; toeal'referenre., C. A. Powell flour sugar and salt. Stir In
!1(p' i r OR PARENTS tel. 1143J Gainesville or write 3-c. has returned to the Fleet Cole Slaw. milk. Cock in double boiler until ...__ __ 0 __

iF4: I + Gas IIk
: \ of all kinds renovated making a brief holiday visit with 4 cups finely''shredded cabbage mixture to egg slowly then cook

n PLACEr reflnlshed..; furniture. Drop upholstered us a card.and his parents Judge and Mrs. E. ;V4 cup finely chopped green pepper about 2 minutes longer. Cool add

HASTINUH MATTRESS CO.. Lox K. Ferryman. Vt cup finely chopped. celery vanilla and spread between layers
KINGSLEY LAKE 230. Palatka. Fla.. tf Mrs Bertha Pearce had as 1 teaspoon salt of cake.

1000 Feet From D Gate VENETIAN BLINDS-Still taking holiday guests her stm-ln-law and 2 tablespoons sugar You'll need a whizz of an Icing to

f orders.. See Pate Gassett. Koad daughter Lt. and Mrs. C. L. Hill 2 tablespoons vinegar do Justice to Fortune cake. Take 2

28. Starke Fla. 12-8: 4tp of Columbus Ga., and her daughter H cup sour cream or mayonnaise cups of confec- Happy \

Miss Wanda Pearce, who Is Combine vegetables seasonings tioners' sugar and
and sour cream or mayonnaise. Fill blend in 4 tablespoons
attending school In Montreat, N.

C. butter. t,

Add 2 ounces unsweetened
IN 1I1f..IT ('0 I'nT. mi \ LYNN SATS: chocolate
('.:111' which have been melted over

Oscar A. Hlckerd Plaintiff. v. If you're in the mood for resolutions hot water. Then mix enough hot

F FOR SALE (Bernice la.. No.L.1I49f.OUOER Kick. I erd. Defendant. here are some pointersthat milk into the icing to smooth it out R4ewJea

3t OF PUBLICATION will help you make this New : flavor with 1 teaspoon vanilla and :

,... ', AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Year a year for more delectable spread cake.
'.. )Rlckerd whoa residence !I. food better meals, and more attractive Team up the Fortune cake with a

r a THREE: : nCD-ROOM 5425 Bewick Detroit, Michigan.You platters: really good cup of coffee and you'll

V:9: HOUSE IN TOWN January are 89th required, 1945, In to, the appear above on Season food carefully to bring have a perfect close to the buffet

s t' d' t FURNISIIED .....&OO \ named Court and cause wherein out Its hidden possibilities. Rub supper. Use one well-rounded tablespoon We feel deeply grateful for the consideration you
plaintiff leek divorce. Bradford
$ : lew TERMS "" panty Telegraph shall publish this roasts with garlic or onion, and I of drip grind decaffeinated have so kindly extended to us in the post and take rot''r
coffee for each of ,
Order In salt before I cup boiling water -
.,0; next four weekly Issues roasting. Melt but- to thank you
"" U".... my hand and official ter for vegetable and stir it Pre-heat drip coffee pot. Put opportunity, at the close of the year

{ SIX ROOM HOUSE at :2rich.Starke!H4.!, Florida this De- throughout before serving. coffee in upper compartment of potPour all the fine things that have been ours to enjoy.

f ''r BARGAIN 93500 (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas fresh briskly boiling water In continued effort 0" our}
Hot food should be served the New Year
as pledge
,\. Clerk of said Court.T. .
Sti TKRMSTWELVK: . over It. Cover and let stand in a oft
I IM r : Frank Land rum, Starke Florida hot as possible and cold foods as warm place until all the water has part to merit your goodwill. In appreciation

I ,. Atty. for fit. 12-29 4t 1.19 cold as possible. dripped through once. Remove upper consideration, and the splendid patronageresul"g, ::
+ : I
'. ROOM[ II : i* rmrriT cRT.. ..BRADKORIC'ODMTf. > Foods should be good to lookat compartment and cover pot from it, we extend to you and yours a cordial ood

t TOURIST HOME ('9I1: V. FLUHIUAl 1ft C1IAMAgnes because the eye takes them in Serve. for the New Year. May it be filled. with all the g

+I MOO TERMS: Rorrer Miles. Plaintiff v.. first, s'o arrange platters neatly Setting the Table. t things you so much desire.
Jams A 1 bert Mile\ Defendant. and use parsley or fruit or vege-
Case. No. 3UII. tables in garnishing their respective The table Is the high note of any
ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR platters. buffet so it you want yours to be

STATE UP FLORIDA to: James the topic ot conversation'do It this
Heavy meals call for light des
Albert Mile whose residence !I. Set the two
way: largest platters
R I 1 !i! W. T. CLUTE REALTOR General You are Delivery required, Roger to appear. Virginia on desserts.serts light Make meals use for more of contrastin filling (your nicest and most Important,

January 29th:>> 194S, In the above the meat 'platter and the salad
named Court and cause wherein texture color and flavor wh.nplanning molds) at either end. Have plates,
plaintiff seeks divorce and maiden menus.
1 119 EAST CALL STREET name rentored. Bradford County silverware and napkinsoff to one STORECOURT
STARKE Telegraph shall. publish thin Order You can stretch t&aC food dollar !- side and rolls butter, and reUshes KOCH DRUG

t In Witness next four weekly Issues. by planning! two or three on the other side. Plates of nuts

? .eal) at Starke: my hand Florida.and, this official December days' meals in advance and thus and mints may be near a center '

1Z' 16th. 1944. save duplication of foods too piece of two,candelabra with evergreen STARKE, FLOjjD
47' (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas often. silver & CALL ST.
; Aa Clerk of said Court. and bells at their base
T- Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida. (Released by Western Newspaper ValooJ
Atty. for Plf. 12-2J 4t i.19