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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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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It.r, ,01'EMfl.23.. RRAIVORDCOtINTr'TELEGLPH' IIT'-- PLORIDA' __.._....-.-'".. r 11'i
about rotted down but the big Okinawa shower This to the first since October 1M2 Most of his George of Starke! and before entering -

house Is the one they live in andit time that mall has gone to the lime'in the service was spent at the! service was employed y;
t A C ADE is in about aa good condition tales from here In over two Key West where he remained un- at the local Coca-Cola plant. II* SIB ,
as any board house standing to- weeks, BO that's why you haven'theard
-,- -. . -- .. .-,- day. There Isn't anything rotten from me til last August. He was then .sent and his wife and one-year-aW on..

NAVY MEN DISCHARGED I except the blocks under It and "Well. I'll close for now, but to Galveston, Texas and assignedto Earl L a d o n, are occupying a ?y
CHAPMANTS watch, Seaman 1-c a new the USS
1tgflERT <<, Starke; Julius of cargo ship
It ASSIGNMENT AT JACKSONVILLE Nf'I' Royal S..., Boatswains Mate 1-c, some the shingles. please If you see a cloud comingup Tarrant. j house belonging to C. H. Na..-
| "There are musket balls In the tie bed down.: I sure
Robert S. Chapman, son The following Bradford County Starke: Jordan Lee Brantley, my George Is the son of Mrs. Ida worthy on West 8th St. '
or windows from the Civil War. would like to be In it right
Mrs. L.Stau F, CnPmdin men, serving In the Navy, have Coxswain, Starke. now. ,
and Farm has reportedArmy 'been discharged in the past few I I Some of the panes In the win- Harley F. strong Jr.
ORD and at the dows are the original ones which MOMM 3-c C.BD. 1081, I
Air Forces days Jacksonville Naval POUR; DOBBS BROTHERS -pon- {
Greensboro. N. C-. He Air Station: I SERVE THEIR COUNTRY were put In when the house was Co. A. FPO, SF, Calif.

UI 5 returned. to ,this country Owen William McRae, Boat- built They have ridges all over Concrete Block' ConstructionAny
with them. I guess they didn't know W. J. THORNTON TRAINS
28 months tour infChduty. swains Mate 2-c, Starke; Francis how to make smooth ones In FOR DESTROYER DITTY Type Building

|4h( Air Force Greensboro, Major Bryant Crews, Boatswains Mate' ,those days. W.: J. Thornton, S 2-c. son of

lie at a records 2-c, Lawtey; Shirley McGowan, "They have a drawing over the .Irs. Sarah Thornton of Starke, Floors O Sidewalks O Steps
an wlll undergo Storekeeper 2-c, Starke; Joseph fireplace that is 152 years old. Is now at the Naval Training Station -
processing check prior to Lee Simmons, Machinists Mate 3- The date on It is 1793. It was Norfolk Va., training for Steel Window Casements

.signed to an Air Force c, Starke; Nathaniel Carter, Stew- sure a big place then. All the duties aboard a new destroyer. t'
in this country. trds Mate 1-c, Starke; Julius Ko- 200 acres were cleared then but A veteran of 12 months service Also!!
:anon :: ..P only about 7 are cleared now. Thereat aboard a minesweeper in the Lumber Direct From MillJ. r? "

doesn't look like It has ever Pacific, Thornton wears ribbons
been cleared. One of the four for the American and Asiatic
I big trees that Is In the
picture Pacific area with one combat star,
.... . -. Is atill there but it isn't much of the Philippine Liberation with GENERAL CONTRACTOR I'' IM
f J6jr.. a tree now but a twisted trunk. star, and the Purple Ileait. He PHONE 94

"They covered the big well over hall a brother Leon Wainwright,
and Mrs. Arlie D. Dobbsare
and have a pump there now. That who Is also in the Navy. -
the few -
among Bradford is about the only big change I 4
County parents with four In
sons noticed. !
SHRIMP The boy's parents live then ATTENDS j1. P. SCHOOL
TROUT PERCH BREAM Above left is Cecil H. Dobbs by themselves. The building is Pfc Thomas E. Lewis of Houte

BM 2-c, who Is now nearing the made out of boards and peg*. I 2, Starke, Is among the combat ,
RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO end of his third year In the Navy guess lima and a lot of walkingis veterans who have been selectedfor t e

lie is stationed, at Whiting Field l, what made the floo- HO smooth.It MP duty In the European The-
fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry Milton, Fla. and Is married to Is worn out like those side atre. He will attend the Olae
the former Miss Jewel Wilkersonof \ steps to the Courthouse In Starke Military Police Training School at \I. ? Y V ,,
Lawtey. I Not just a little bit but over an Romllly, France.
MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET Pictured at right above Is Casey I Inch In places. The floor Is half Lewis fought In the Ardennes,
I Dobbs who was recently discharged a log split lengthways. Not In Rhineland and Central Germany
CALL STREET STARKE. FLA. at the Jacksonville NAS after short pieces but the full length campaigns as a member of the 3rd
22 months In the Navy. Most of the house There weren't Armored Division Ills wife lethe
of this time was on sea duty and many windows in It originally but former Betty Christine Dixon.
the end of the war found him In they have added some throughoutthe B

a a .f Tokyo Bay In Admiral Halsey's years. KARL: GEORGE RECEIVESCOAST

: convoy. He Is married and has "The only piece of the oilgln- UlTARU I.JSt.II\It.r. LOOK YOUR BEST IN WINTER{ TOO '
four children. al furniture is an old clock thathasn't B. Earl George, CM 3-c, was ,
Burnle Dobbs has been in the discharged at Savannah on Nov. I
run In 90 years. T guessno
Your Appearance Is Important Summer \Vln-
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EVERYBODY Navy two years and Is stationed one knows when 'quit.' 7 after nerving In the Coast Guardiv ,
at the Jacksonville NAS. His ter Rain or Shine, So Keep It Up Always By
( ENJOYS EATINGAT "I really enjoyed just lookingover ) fiiniir r i'HT. 'ltIl'OIlIt
wife Is the former Grace Mooreof , Sending Your Clothes To Us For Regular Cleaning ,,
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the place. You know how 1 I
Lawtey and they have a daughter <'KHY.MarnHrrt. : Send Them All To Us And We Will
like old homes. 1 will clos for
Culbrcth, Plaintiff, VH.W. .
Return Them To You Clean And Nice.
Patricia Anne. this time. '1'. fulbreth. tiaftndant. Can. Sparkling
he PARK CAFE Lawrence Dobbs the youngest Delbert has been at the Patrol .>10. 415.1.OltDIJIl. OP PIT QUALITY DRY CLEANING AT REASONAIJLETRICES a
son to enter the service recently Plane Base I In Elizabeth City NOTICE; TO Ai'nAItANDaTATIO I
OF FLORIDA) toV.: T.CUlhr"th. ,
.. enlisted. for mote than a year and I has a ItonldvncB Unknown.
brother; Beryl Casey. S 2-c who You. era required to appnar on PHONE 135
HENRY IV SILCOX. \i\ stationed at the Naval Air sta- December II, IMS, In the .
Delicious Regular Meals Court and cause, wh..r..lnplalntltr ail
C';.N:'\ WAY HOME: tion in Daytona ileach. seeks divorce/ TtradfcudCounty RODT. 315 ,
Healthful Vegetable Plates Cpl. Henry P. Sllcox, son of T"'lrapl.hall' publish, this
Order In next four weekly Issues.Wltlleea | .. GREEN Temple"
J. L. Silcox of Staike, is enroute ,
HARLEY STRONG, JR. my hand and official. l iLV
Short' Orders to the States from the Far East DESCRIBES TYPHOONIn Heal A at, 1945.Htarke., Florida this November Owner = Ave. "

Air Forces 22nd Replacement a letter written on Oct. 18 COKFKMAIj BKAL A. J. Thomas,
Depot in Manila. from "What's left of Okinawa"Harley An Clerk of said Court.
'S.arh If DoiiKlan, Ualneivllln, Fin
Husband of the former FlorenceE. Strong, Jr., son of Mr. Atty. for I'lf. 11.9 4t 11-30
Mersereau of Staike Cpl. Sll and Mis. H. F. Strong of Kings- .
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7a4tI cox has been overseas five months ley Lake, vividly denrilbes a -=_- ,___._ '__ "-'""-"'" .,...,_ __, __ _- -_u_' -_-_- -_-_ -'..-_.._---_- - - _.
with the 58th Air Service GroupIn typhoon that hit the Island recently -
with book. Okinawa; Mlndoro and LuzonIn taking a heavy toll of
r a good .. the Philippines. He wears the lives and property damage. WHEN YOU'RTIRES ARE SLICK '

Asiatic-Pacific Theatre ribbon "We have just gone through .
with two campaign stars and the what was reported to, be the
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Philippines Ltberatlorrrljfcon: with vobre{ ''typhoon; 'W the'"'past1'20 IT'S ' "TO' 'RFC'AP w > 1i1,
v.i one star. Before entering the years. on Okinawa," Halley wrote.
service he was employed at the "Everything on the island was > .....
office at Blanding. laid flat and the Is ter-
post Camp damage
.. rible. The wind rose to 180 miles LET USA RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET Storage Room i

JAMES J. PICKREN per hour and there was plentyof a - ,-..--.. _... ----- j...
HAS NAVY DISCHARGE water to go with It.
iC i James J. Pick r e n. Aviation "Everything we had was either I RECAPPING AND VULCANIZINGALL :
Radioman 3-c, has received a discharge lost or ruined beyond repair. Dur-
from the Navy after 20 ing the peak of the typhoon 1 I SIZE TIKES AND TUBES nn

months of duty overseas. He spent my time along with some .'
joined the Navy on Jan. 20, 1943. other guys In'the Icebox of the 2I-IIOUR SERVICE -' BEST MATERIAL f

His home is at Hampton. galley. I have never been so coldIn WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED' : tt ,
.Aa.+.Cl.ea- --d.. all my born days. We stayed i
DEL EUT CASEVDEsrnJnES In there until the wind calmed

OLD nOME down, which was about 9 hours, .- ".._
; parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Caseyof ,"When we came out everything
Graham, S 1-c Delbert Casey was down and the box was cov-

of Elizabeth City, N. C., gave the ered with twisted steel girders Starke TireService
following Interesting descriptionof and wreckage. None of us in; the .I
a home he had visited near box was injured, but the casualties .
there. were very high. Several of
"I spent last week-end with a our boys were either killed Instantly ADJOINING TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Ave. !.
boy who lives a few miles out of or died in the hospital.
Hampton Va. They have a his- We spent the first night removingthe
torical record of the house and dead and wounded, and now COME IN AND SEE OUR ,AEROPLANE TIRES
the 200 acres of land that dates we are working 24 hours a day (

back 200 years. It,Is built some rebuilding."I ALSO OTHER TIRES& TUBES 'FOR SALE t
thing like our house but of red can truly say that a Florida

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Oil Changing, FOR '

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a- 'discKarge"br: }i starting Waxing'

,Washing Cold Storage And Meat: Curing ;
in You'll alwaya find a warm welcome f Polishing ,

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and 'the. most for your money at ELECTRIC ARC WELDING ".

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1 4 ended, now, more than ever, F over the Victory Loan Drive
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back to the kind of home I ti d"
;t they have dreamed:about. Un- themselves in civilian life: "
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menace of inflation by our ,
to d ? X11 0 support of the Victory Loan ,. especially should
Drive and thus insure peace be heavy investors in Victory.

.' ; and security, our boys will Bonds for they will o fe"a
s have fought in vain. We reserve in future years to,Use .

b must not disappoint them. n 0 for, farm improvements, for
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i chases of war bonds in this, <:.?', =- -
r' '' 1 the final bond drive,.to insure 'i. stock, if current income drops
1; a lasting peace.: off, which it likely will. .

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[Interests! J A Letter And A Challenge To Americans'C of f C Plans ly11)r ,

Airport I nr t i .. t, ;;

Lex Green Buys I (Editor's Note: Lt. A. Z. Adklns Jr. will no doubt be greatly surprised to see Victory Loari Drive 10 Advertise ,M,r +t.,1

Developmentstarke Union County Times the prominence with which the following letter is! printed in this I issue of the , ,
I Telegraph. Written to his parents. Judge and Airs. A. Z. Adkins of Starke it Behind ScheduleWith Vacancies Here 1 q qM

The Union County was intended only for "home issues
savedhe Times Lake I consumption". However, the timeliness of the the
airport was Victory Loan Driveat +r
Butler weekly newspaper, owned discussed therein'prontptl'd Judge Adkins to show the letter to the Telegraph
of becoming a cat the halfway mark Bradford Plans for '
fate and publicizing the fact ' ;.' f
operated for ,
'; this week when V. S. F. the past ten and we are taking the liberty of bringing it to the attention of our readers has 'reached only 23 percent of that Starke now has rooms and l"
by R. ,
fa age and Richard Q. Ktdd pur- years chased last week Pound, was pur- need that the -opinions expressed therein constitute a message!' that I is lt" $178.000 quota a check of, apartment available were form- ;era'hs" ,

the 120-acre tract two Green of Starke former by R. A. (Lex) sorely throughout the country NOW. We wish only that the Telegraph figures revealed yesterday. I ulated at a meeting of the Cham ,u?r

fsouth of town on Road 13, man and recently discharged Congress Lieu had a.wider circulation in Congress so, that each of our representatives there The two principal: Issuing; agents I ber of Commerce held in the 1 ,

L. A. Canova. tenant Commander In the Navy some of whom seem unwarrantedly shy of a universal military training pro In Staike. the bank and the post courthouse Tuesday night. 'r'' '

Canova had recently pur- Mr. Green who has gram, could read the opinions of an officer who evidently sees the situation that office reported total sales of 47. Gary Ennis and Fred Guy who +;ri; a

j the tract from George C. ed a law office in Just open confronts us with much clearer eyes,,than come) 881.23 to date. Of this amount. visited Green Cove Springs as a 'i .
quarters at the
and was planning to use it f 40181.25 Is represented by E committee from the Chamber reported '
a rear 0 Campbell's
H-ange: for purebred Herford Service on Court St., Accounting in Starke, 130000.bonds. The county's K quota I Is that citizens there were M ,; ;
I apparently unaware that accom { "
L states that is Is his Intention to TilE KAIPEU REGIMENT; Junlua )[. Smith modations are now available here a '', '
tract was originally county Victory ,,
the publish a good weekly ,
paper at Headquarters 47th Inf. Loan chairman, and that they were glad to t +
[ into an airport as a Lake 'Butler urges everyone to'' get i
(ped project, the City of Starke Interest and benefit one that to will the be of APO 9JC/o: P. M., N. Y. buy bonds, especially as Chriatmas this Information. Green Cove M y, +,
town, .
.+ gifts In order that now bulging at the much '
the seams
deal for the tract on a county, and state.Because county 1
I payment plan with Mr. might reach its quota.Taxpayers as Starke was In the early daysof t
of other demands on Dachau Germany Camp Blandlng. The fact that '
when the time !
his time :Mr. Green will serve only from 800 to 1000 v''
ships of the
[recently to consumnate thee 3 November 1945
In an advisory and editorial '
Rush fleet are being placed in 1
backed down and lett ,
city Dear
revert to the original capacity and Miss Enola Brldwell Mom and Dad, ; \ the St. Johns River near Green j k'' i

has accepted the temporary position Cove Is causing an influx of ' .
!It was then that Mr.
Era purchased the tract from as manager and editor, I've been reading a login the papers lately about the To Get Discount thousands of Navy personnel.! ,' "
'pits strikes that they are having at home. Boy that really ... Chamber authorised. ___the_. In-,_ }hi ,
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I Work StartedOn burns us up over here. Those people were deferred from the Bounty Tax: Colector C. A. the Clay County newspaper stat ';i :
anon In Starke are glad toDie Knight
reports a rush on his of I
tract revert to use again draft so they could work in some essential industry. They flee by taxpayers who are ing that living accommodations w;' ,

airport as It Is stated that Locker Plant rode the gravy train and made 'money hand over foot while we to settle their bills before Dec eager 1. are giving available this Information In Starke and will signs also i t'

ixiraately $30,000 was spent were dying and bleeding, over here. Sometimes I wonder if while the four percent discount i Is be posted In Green Cove. Arrangements r .
:u development under the still In effect While those who
Work is now well under: way on what my buddies and I went through was worth the trouble. pay In November get the. maxi-! are being marie to ": .,

St John and Mr. Kldd are construction of a $30,000 freezer I get mad at the American people too. As soon as the mum discount, those who pay construct the road a junction large sign board at w, ''y k ..
just west of
I formulating plans for the locker and cold storage plant to war was over they wanted all their sons husbands and sweet- their taxes in December get a Green Cove giving directions to h, Y.
jiipmcnt of the airport.Aischarged be operated by H. A. Lawson on '' three percent discount; In Jan Jr
hearts sent home I Starke. ,
Washington St., Just east of his immediately. don 'It want to stay over here uary two percent, and in February tfs

present market.Of anymore than anyone' else but I certainly am not in favor of one porccnt.Mr. All property owners In Starke i ;fw

cement block construction[ pulling everybody out and leaving the Germans alone. Rightnow Knight reports that around with vacant rooms and apartments l
are asked to list
|m Armed Forces the building will consist of a room 60 percent of the them Immediately
20x30, containing 300 freezer the American army is entirely too easy on the Germans. tax roll of county's total with the USO so that ;
approximately $104-
t following men have recently lockers; a cold storage room 20x Most of the men over here now only saw a little combat if 000 has been collected in November. accurate information[ will be avail- I %

i discharged from various 30; a meat curing room 20x30; a any at all and as a result their attitude toward the Germans This is even better than able here when Navy men begin ,'?
|hes of the armed forces: market 20x30; and a restaurant is last year's collections, he states. making Inquiries.The *q
entirely taofriendly. Most of the oldtimers those who '
red I C. Wood. Roger V. Lantz. 30x30. A small smokehouse Is also For the Improvement of transportation I '
|H. Dixon Albert W. Spauld- Included !In the plans. actually know what war is like and who saw how ruthless the taxes have past been three collected or tour years facilities between Starke ;

[Lonnie Hines, Grady ,L. Mr. Lawson is an experienced Germans are have either been killed wounded or gone home. percent in Bradford County this 100 and Green Cove "was also discussed "
Henry H. Hardee John C. ..meat man, having been engaged and officials of Florida Mo- ;
As a result most of our soldiers over here now have never being one ot'oaly three or four
WUliard E: Wynn I George in the wholesale and retail meat counties In tor Lines and'Orang Bus Lines v+
Icllman, William O. Letts business here for the past 11 seen a German with.$ gun in his hand they don't know what tine record. Florida with such a are being contacted toward this' ,

01{ I\;. Johnson, John W. years. He plans a complete meat it is to be wounded . they'don't know the feeling you get Taxes] have Increased slightly end.

I Edgar M. Lewis Leo Davis, processing service, Including when you are ordered to. attack . or the,, feeling'you get !in Bradford County'this year because The need for an office for the
bo S: NaiL, tA. J. Thomas, slaughtering and butchering if the "of Increased Chamber of Commerce In some
IffilWr Homes 7 James E. custoievr: oVslres. when the. Germans are (toupf.arat tacking you . or ,how it the road and t-rUg fund mlllages and In central location wan pointed out, II

Phil Luther Brown. Marlonpeon The freezing machinery will be feels to be cold . or ,ta go 'without :food or-water for several school;& fund,. \ the and Jo; Br;Wflaon.of the H. C.'' n

Hamilton, Terrill Wel- Installed and maintained# by Titus days. Wall Agency 'Coffered space in
ngham, John M. Godwin, Olson, local electrician and in their building as temporary quarters t 'rk '
If the'American people "don't start using their heads a Child Health
s H. Crawford Henry J. Fin- sulation will consist of ,6 and 8- until a better location can ',p
howara A. Coleman: William Inch cork Vails. little more ,and start paying attention to people like Presi- : Stressed InConference be obtained.Dr. I '. t ;

Joljon, Lemuel Colson, Jr., dent Truman or General Marshall. and demand that we J. C, Miller director of the "' lr

Itt I Edward, Carl Broughton Brown, Theodore, Elbert Red Cross Receives have a largo professional army, and by all means insist thatwe At BHSA Clay-Bradford County Health r, '
was and
present '
lnards, Johnny Bennett, S. Early Contribution have a peacetime draft then they will find themselves in held health conference will be brief dtncusHlon of the procedure gave a I
on Friday, Nov. 30, In the
[",,arez Earl, Jr., Louis H. Redding From Southern Bell another war in a few years. I can't understand why the elementary grades of BUS., con to follow( in obtaining funds for a s4 ;1

Robinson Thomas American people don't want theirsons to have a year's mili- ducted by the Bradford County hospital here. ;'; ,
Drawdy.:. Willie[ _Howard A check for 'SlOO, representlnir Health Unit. Examinations It was decided to change the i
,. A in the is the best education will
tary training. Army a
y A. u, wan jr., Winslow year ,regular
i I an early contribution to the 1946 be conducted, from 8:30: a. m. until meeting night from Tues l'' }
It Johnson, William Edward War Fund Drive which dues not boy Just out of high school can get. Since I've lived thru 11 a. m. day to Friday and the next meet- .;+

le mer Jesse Carl Prevatt Jr., officially begin until next March, the war, a million dollars couldn't buy the things I've Dr. J. C. Miller director of the Ing will be held !In the courthouseat
Horne George W. Prevatt was received this week by the health unit, again urges all 7:30: p. m. on Nov. 20.
..a Artie learned. I've been associated with every nationality and par
f Gilffls R. A. Nor- +
Bradford County Red Cross Chap ents of children to be present. He t
Robert Lawrence Brown ter from, the Southern Bell Tele every creed in the world. And I've seen a few sights too. expressed appreciation to parents Scout Training r

Vin Robinson Edward Jones phone Co.This hope you don't mind my philosophizing on life but I for their cooperation at the last Course ' '
first[ contribution was feel strongly about those strikes and those people who oppose conference *and for the Interest 27 Yr ,
i following colored men have the shown. 1
gratefully acknowledged by
I Discharged: Emmett Robin- local office which also expressed peace time draft. I did their fighting :for them, now Dr. Miller stated that Immunizations M. G. Boswell Scout Executiveof ,

James Dommon George Lee appreciation for the valuable volunteer lot them do something f'orme. will be offered after the the North Florida Council Boy ''

Blocker. assistance that the Southern first of the year and parents desiring Scouts of America, delivered the '

I Bell personnel has given to Devotedly, to have their children Immunized main addrem at the Court of j "fl ;

nzo Versailles I I the Camp Blanding Canteen and Andy are asked to send their In Honor and District Meeting held i '
Lawtey Monday
the Camp and Hospital Commute written permission.
1 Tuesday *. Plans were announced for a dis ; ,
trlct-wide Scouters training course '-'
nzo> Versailles 55 USO VolunteersTo to be conducted at the State '
familiarly Lt. A. Z. Adklns, Jr., who
PJ to,his friends In Starke as I Last Pecan Sale wrote the above letter can Attend Meet Farm Community House begin- j }
, _,__ _u_ __. _. __ __ .
area at 10 o'clock Tues- -Held- - -TuesdayThere -' speak with authority. A student rung lueaaay nigni INOV. Z7, atF S7w y

Ight In his trailer home Just War Fund Total of The Citadel South Armond Thomas Starke will be well representedat o'clock. The course will con- r '
f of town. Death resulted were 3424 pounds of Carolina military school, haw the Florida State Conferencefor !' tlnue: through the following three o

a heart attack. pecans sold at the State Farmer'sMarket Stands At $689With .._commisi / Home With DischargeArmond USO Volunteers to be held 1t Tuesday night. Dec. -I, 11, and tilyt

t came to Starke In 1925 Tuesday In the final sale ., z-,. .aonell a er Jacksonville on Friday, Nov SO, In 18. vrr "
'orthhampton, Mass., with of the season. These brought a a quota of $4700 and a ,"a, attending Officer's. Thomas arrived at his he I Duval Rtreet USO. The training meetings are sponsored :

IWarcotte! family who opened total of 80390. closing date which allows only a Candidate home here Tuesday having been The Rev. Grover Alison will be by the District Committee t ;.

l wry here. He managed the L. M. White was in charge of short length of time to work on School at discharged In Savannah. Go.., after chairman of the Panel Forum: on on Leadership Training which consists

Apartment tor several year* the sales with County Agent L. T. It, the National War Fund Drive ,rM Fort Denning. more than three year In the U. S. 'USO Volunteer Responsibility to. of the following Scouters:
later operated( a filling utun Dyer assisting. There are not I As a n Infantry Com munlty Planning Today. Rev. Jake Thomas, Lake Butler 'ayl+
reachedonly Coast Guard. After stationed
PA. for Bradford County has f being Mrs Wattle chairman; W. H. (Bill) Graham i.
Montelth. In recent enough nuts left In the county to officer, Oahagan will serve i h : ;
I" M was employed In the warrant another sale Mr. Dyer I $689. D. A. Monteith.. chairman he ought In Key West for the first as Volunteer Chairman of Registrations John Deas, and Foster Shi Smith I ,

Pood business with Mr. Mon aid. of the local drive Reported < through all two year'of his service, Armond with MM. Mollie Lecln of Starks; Rev William Wilson I

F and his last job was as a The varieties sold Included I I this week that the town has been the majoreampalpa went oversea aboard an LST In assisting. Members of the Operating JIm Rltch, and C. M. Turney. of t ,

fWverat Camp Blanding. He Money Maker, Mixed, Randall divided into eight sections and on In November 1944 and saw action In Committee and other Belford; W. O. B vls, Olustee; W. I ;;, ,
J veteran the battles of Iwo Jlma and Starke volunteer H. Milton Macclenny; Rev. C. H.Hlckman '
of World War L Curtis Success, Seedlings Stuart, ly three of those have reported. Europe being plan to attend. J ,
Ummany t friends In Starke Tesche, Mahan and Kennedy. They When the other five report, the twice wounded Okinawa. Dr. LJndsley F. Kimball National : Lawtey; John. Scholl, ;. q,

regret to learn of his brought an average price of 23 total will be higher. In action, and Edward Thomas, a younger President of usa, ,will be the Worthington Springs. ,: ' ,
1 He has a brother and a cents per pound which was very Mrs. T. H. Osborne has organized the end of the war found him brother was discharged from the guest speaker. Mrs. Maurice '
r In the North and funeral good considering the quality of volunteer workers of the with his division In Southern Navy November 8 and Is also Moore and Mrs Dwight Morrow New Chevrolet Here }i ',

Iemente had not been an- I Ieet Ithe pecans this year. Senior class of BHS Into groupsto Germany.The at home'now.. members of the National USO
yesterday pending In- '- canvass the residential section Telegraph attach great Two other brother King Council will also have a part on The new 1046 Chevrolet ,

tJons from them. YOU ARE NEEDED In the of the city for small contributions. significance to the opinions xprensrd Thomas and Woodrow Thomas, the program. on display at the Torode Chevro:1 I j :1 ,C4 ,

e body 'I. now at the DeWitt 0 II A M B E R OF CO Ia1BRCE.: The drive will end November 30. above because he l. are still serving with the NavyIn let Co., In Starke. The : 4, ,,
ODes funeral home. JOIN TODAY. now In IJIwh.... Germany the Pacific. Armond and Edward Gala ThanksgivingAt Invited to come In and ;,''
a name that I I.. synonymouswith hope that their brothers can modern styling that Is featured I
Holy Communion the most Infamous of join them here for Christmas. Starke USO by this .popular line of car In I ,
t ,
ANKSGIVING At St. Mark's German, atrocltle and hM the new model. ly'r .
had ample opportunity to nee Thanksgiving Is being celebrated ;ar r,
Holy Communion Is bfolngheld condition an they rr.say are Hunting Licenses at the Starke USO Club witha Fire In Reno f sir;'

Wednesday Night Nov. 21 8:00 O'clock ; at St. Mark's Episcopal! Churchat and to realize the threat that Show IncreaseA formal dance Thursday evening s''
9 a. m. Thursday. Germany still remains. to the Nov. 22 from 8 until 11 o'clock. A small frame building In Reno '
Football The Episcopal and Presbyterian peace of the world. / total of 164 state hunting Juste Is furnished by an AGF was completely destroyed by fire
Game BHSvs- Alachua Churches! announce a joint licenses and 61 county licenses Band from Camp Blanding and It Friday night although city fire 4'

Thanksgiving ser v Ice Thursday had been Issued In the county Is hoped that a large group of equipment went to the scene. It rc

night at 8 p. m. In St. Mark's More Discharges judge's office through Tuesday. both junior and senior hostesses Is not known how the fire orig r
Thursday Nov. 22 church. The total Is considerably higher will be present to help make the"hankflglvlng inated.

The Right Reverend Frank A. ; Among the most recent discharges than It was at this time last year Day hours happy ,,
ft A. M. Mark's Juhan. Bishop of Diocese of Florida : Judge Ferryman stated, and he attributes lor the men away from home. VFW To Meet '
St. '
Holy Communion, will be here to administer' recorded In the clerk's office the Increase to the fact Preceding the dance at 7 o'- l ,, '

4' of Confirmation at those Elbert that gasoline is unratlone and clock a complete turkey dinner The local '
:0 A. the Sacrament here are of Veterans of Foreign .,,
M. Union Services Methodist Several more shells are available this sea with all the trimmings berved. +
will Was '
11 a. m. Sunday. persona Tyler, Starke;; Leaton U. Morgan will meet Thursday bight %
=0 are to receive the Apostolic rite of son. The state license has been This dinner, however will Nov. 29, In the American Legion.
P. M. Union Services, St. Mark's the Laying on of Hands. Jr.. Starke; E. L. Jenkins, Law I ITherella. Increased from $3.SO to 17.50 and be> Just for servicemen and the Tall. R. O. Kldd poet coromaner :' fi' ''',

Everyone Is welcome tp attendall tey; and Wayman D. Garrett, the county license from i1.2So. hostesses serving, a nominal urges all members and prospective
:100 I
11:00:. P. M. Formal Dance, USO services. I 200. I charge being made. members to be present. ?'

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.- ,I. . a . . E'. A. Sapp and children attendedthe Lake Butler _

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I ONE WOMAN'S OPINHON River birthday dinner for Mrs. Nora Mr. and recently Mrs Lester

tl ; New Sapp In Brooker Sunday.Mr. and children and E ah
9 and Mrs. Chester Moodyof Crosby attended
t } EaUbtlKh 1811. UOSS 1 selves By The School the bJrthdaEvtln
BY IlILLEK grosser Butler Mr.
Lake were visiting
'I'"' I . . . . . .S ner Sunday at the J !:.
Our tempers, greeds, and our unworthy home
.. t. Matthew Editor and Owner and Mrs. M. H. Moody Sunday and Mrs. H.
----------- bandof M
little :hi of
x i Many years ago a alms Rae p34.r.
1.Y Reddish Andrews and Level.
1 4 pilgrims up Plymouth way waa I' Upon the cross. Who giveth love CELEBRATE
t: k:! Entered Second Claim. Matter Bradford WEDDING ANNIVERSARY mother, Mrs. Delia Thomas, were Mr and Mrs
;%,'il Fvblteheil Weekly on Fridays and M told by their Governor : to all, Hora, (
I yl' qt ; ',ti at the Pout Office at Starke. Florida "We' will hold a harvest feast of Pays kindness for unkindness, Friends and relatives are cordially visiting In Jacksonville Saturday. of Starke were v ,t 1111,l 'lIng Rnosi llet:'
,' Thanksgiving" and invited the invited to attend the fiftieth Mrs !o[. F. Wiggins and Mrs. Knowlesparent- Mr
smiles for frowns
friendly Indians to feast with And lends new courage to each wedding anniversary of Mr. and E. A. Sapp were shopping In Frank ThomaSunda\ and"-....

them. Thin was the first Thanks- fainting heart. Mrs. G. W. Andrews Sunday, Nov. Gainesville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. j N'

f: } An Appeal To Parents. . giving. They gave thanks be- And strengthens hope and scatters 25 at their home. At the noon Bill Williams of Lake Butler Visiting Mrs. Eloise Kit Kelly!'ot fah

cause In a land so new they had Joy abroad, hour a basket dinner will be was visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Butler and Mr end Iiry

I' y'i i An appeal to parents to keep their children at strlverl and toiled In the fields He, too, Is a Redeemer, Son of nerved. Crews Sunday. Tomlinson of JOhnstown TIt Na:

home from school and other public places when they and labored" tirelessly and they God. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Green and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and I day,

I have indications of colds, temperatures or are suspiciously were rewarded when their crops -Ella Wheeler Wilcox. small daughter, Carolyn' Louise, children were visiting Mr. and:

t.",'' ;{ th under par was made by the State Board of came to a richness of fruitionfar of Lake Butler were visiting Mr. Mrs. Hermie Kelly at Lawtey Sunday -
beyond" their expectations.Now Last Sunday I stood at my I
: > 1' Health this week. and Mrs. J. S. Snowden Thurs-
' with Armistice day Just ing room window and watched a Ben Kerce of Lake Butler was I
t' director of the Statenew
; i Dr. R. F. Sondagr day night.
't/ 'I Bureau of Preventable Diseases declared that it is an past and Thanksgiving so near at I little squirrel at play In the trees Mrs.! Willie Garrett and Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton
I think that we should stop
hand. Kerce Sunday. I
imposition on other youngsters and a definite danger and as he frisked from limb to Floy Thomas and Gussie Mae
il' and think how very much we have I Mr. and Mrs; E. A. Sapp and
them limb, I stood and marveled at the Thomas of Starke were visitingMr.
'X f t ; to the ailing individuals for parents not to keep to be thankful for this year. We children attended the American
$ wonders of God that were surrounding and Mrs. J. S. Snowden Sun-
;' out of circulation when sniffling, running: a'tempera-' should Indeed give Thanks to God I Legion supper in Starke Tuesday -

'j. mv ture or have an unaccountable rash. Ailing children for blessings lie has bestowed upon me. It was so quiet day.Church night of last week.Sunnybrook. .
and theg,7 servant of God and peaceful, so beautiful, thatI services.were held Sun- I I .
should be kept at home under close scrutiny us both as a
consulted early. If children to and as a united nation. We wanted all the world to see it. day and Sunday night at the New . . . . . . .
,Ii{: family physician As I stood there at the window River Baptist Church with the
be thankful
g,7 t with others when obviously not have even more to I
. school associate
or who on the corner there were some Rev. Truby Parrish of Santa Fe.
for than the humble pilgrim
well, an epidemic may be in the making. One sick that boys playing catch and I thought Rev. T. Parrish and sons
bowed in reverent day
i ; child may easily start an epidemic in. an entire school. prayer "How young and free they are, Brantly and Clifford were din- By Mm. Anula Crawford
so long ago. I II s I
; ( t : When a few cases of scarlet l fever measles, very Thank God they do not live in a ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. EXPERT
.. Year by year those colonies I I' . . . . . .
whooping cough and other communicable diseases occur I nation where even at their tender Andrews and family Sunday.
the question of closing the schools always arises. grew and our nation There expandedfrom age they are taught to hate I Mrs. Stella Andrews and children Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly WORKMANSHIP
coast to coast. were I
and to kill." Two women passedby of Miami are visiting friends and children, Miss Juanita Kite
Dr. Sondag stressed that it is the policy of most such Daniel Boone
; pioneers I and Mr. and Mrs. D. G. all
going to church and I thought and relatives here and at Starke Kelly,

yr Ad>l public health authorities not to close schools at such a William Cody, and numerous "Where else in all the nflrld can f I' this week. of Starke were visiting Mr. and
I easier for health authorities to others, it took all of them to
time. "It is infinitely
Mrs. C. C. Crosby and
you go to church and wor- Mr. and Mrs. Troy Andrews and I family ALL
./ keep track of the increase!' or decrease of an epidemicif make us what we are today, there ship as you please?" As I thought I children of Morrlston and Mr. and : Sunday afternoon.Mr. WORKGUARANTEED

children are in a group which can be checked regu- were bloody battles and famous these things my heart swelled Mrs. Bryan Lynn and children of and Mrs. J. N. Kelly had

''i Nt larly. You must realize, however, that this policy is men battles with the Indians and with pride. It seemed" to say,, I Alachua were visiting friends and as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and
::1 '11 1 t without effect and fails its purpose when parents allow the British such men as Jefferson "This Is my country, my native relatives here and in Starke Sun- Mrs. Mills Kelly and children and
John Adams.
i their children to go right on to school in face of ington, Lincoln. There and, the place of my birth, where Jack Smith of Midway.Mr. YOU CAN ENTRUST
Davis and were day.Grady TOU
; symptoms which indicate possible danger. there: is freedom and peace, where Mizell and Harvey and Mrs. Kerry Carter and FINEST
may would WATCH
gold rushes, when a man TO
one can walk where he chooses, Thompson of Axson, Ga., were son Bobby and Gene Austin, all OIB
I "Closing schools and allowing children to kill for the sake of riches. All CARE
congregate of Maxville and Mr and Mrs.
; 1 worship as he pleases, where boys visiting! Mr. and Mrs. C. E. An- ,
r' . movies etc. tends toward these things and yet every year
I ? "a tl on street corners, only can play ball with a free and drews Friday. Randolph Crosby were dinner

/ 11't + r the spreading of contagious diseases. When schools they all set aside one day to give happy mind." Mr. and Mrs._G. E. Crews and guests of i Mr.. and Mrs. C. C. I I II
i closed children usually play together in their respective thanks to God for what they had and family Sunday. Mr.
I lA are As God has watched our nation children of the State Farm were Crosby I
'I *if I Y, t neighborhoods and they still have much the accomplished whether it was bigor grow from a bleak wilderness visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. An- and Mrs. Randolph Crosby remained TheSTAG
f same contacts as if they were at school. Therefore, the Into a prosperous country, with drews Saturday night.Mr. for a few days visit.
has been curtailed and the In the year of 1789 Gen. Wash- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby
.Y danger of such disease not Its deep sound rumbling of the and Mrs. Wilbert Mann arid

f aa job of trying keep it under control is only made more ington follows:Issued a Proclamation, as factories and the mines of the small daughter, Marian Kay of were Mrs.visiting Iris their daughterinlaw and children -- Carter Bldg., Starke
difficult for the health authorities."We woods and the swinging of thewoodsman's Ocala were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,
"Whereas it Is the duty of all of Larry Hugh and Sharon in ---- _r
that with local ax, the ploughing H. L. Johns Sunday.
urge you cooperate your
nations to acknowledge the prov- "
the earth and building of the railways Mr and Mrs. A. P Johns and
health department and school board by keeping Johnny ,
idence of Almighty God, to obey '
as He has watched our
children and W. N. Johns attended
Y home when his nose; is runny, his eyes watery or when his will, to be grateful for his cities spring up and the tranquility -

r he is not otherwise up to par. And do not think that benefits, and humbly to ImploreHis of our countryside, He l the birthday dinner Sun-
ford for
day at Mrs. May
we haven't taken the children into'account and know protection, aid and favors has watched over us and guidedus Whitehead.Mrs. .

; how they can cajole parents out of keeping them home . Now therefore, I do recom- protected us from an invader, N. A. Connor and Mrs.T. .

its 1r AYz and saving an unblemished school attendance. We mend and assign Thursday the He has Indeed been generous and N. Crawford of Midway were rt

yr, t know that this is trying on the parent too, but'we do 26th of November next, to be devoted kind and as those before us have I vis 1 tin I g Mr. and Mrs. A. P.

urge you to think of other children as well as yourt by the people of these done, we will all give thanks, and Johns Friday.

tt 1 own child's' welfare and an exaggerated pride in a perfect states to the service of the Great I hope that this year It will be We are very sorry to hear that
and Glorious Being, who Is the
attendance. with a deeper gratitude. Mrs. Julian Johns la on the sickMr.
r Beneficent Author of al the good
,,_ .
Let t I ak this a li thi k.
,_.... that that la that will be uo t w fcu m e st s wee fiY
---- -- -- was or ; I Orld lt'u; :
letter to live In, and Mrs Reddish Andrews
F that we may then all unite in I
rendering unto Him our sincere open our hearts and minds to our attended the birthday party at the '
fellowmen and God. And on this home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond -
and humble thanks for His kind
Thanksgiving Day let us be truly Brown Worthington Springs .
care and protection of the peopleof
MARTIN'S RESTAURANT this country and for all great thankful for all we have, and I Friday night for Raymond. Mrs. TOYS ARE ARRIVINGAT
am sure that our next will Andrews won the
year prize putting
1j 4Y and various favors which He has OUR PLACE .
clothes in milk bottle.
bring more .happiness'and unity pins a
t been to confer '
4k pleased us.
t- J'Ot&URL'.rOE'S: GRILL than ever before. Mr. and 'Mrs.. Stafford Crews
t receive\T r of lovely"and
And so it Is that once more we We have nice assortment
and children and Mr.,, and Mrs.
come to the day for us to give William James said "Believe useful toys to delight the hearts of the

OPEN 6 A. M. TILL 12 P. M. thanks. It will be celebrated as that life Is worth living and your" youngsters. Rocky horses, life-like dolls, and

t " never before and for good reason. belief will help'create'the fact.
The Sign of Radiant Health many other items to choose from. Select
What truer words were ever
This year we have Victory-and
NOW while the selection good.
I ask ? yours
peace. With sincere hearts we spoken, you

GOOD will give thanks for this peace, Happy Thanksgiving to all. a. 'Ltt Use Our Lay-Away Plan --
QUICK for It has been so dearly bought; Leo For l

is ' Y y the price BO high. Our thanks will Kingsley BaptistRev. Trade, SEE US'FOR BICYCLE TIRES
FOOD SERVICE rise to reach those who have not Mark v
yr yet returned home and those who W. G. Shows of the Kings- 1.e > i
will never return. We here at ley Lake Missionary Baptist y

home, safe from the war-torn Church announced this week that

world that those abroad know, services are held In their church STARKE AUTO SUPPLYYour

; 1 IlEASONAULE PRICES safe in the land that we love, can every Sunday with Sunday Schoolat Tc*. FLORIDA IFVHA TONE to relieve
: uput stomach, constipation, headache
realize more this year than ever 10 a. m.; morning worship ser- caused by biliouanem and to promote
before that we have cause to vice at 11 a. m.; evening serviceat proper elimination. Enjoy that vigorousleehna Christmas Gift Headquarters

FULL keep this great day sacred. We 7:30: p. m., and mid-week prayer now for ot the Radiant benefit Healh.ol: the Got whole your family.oo'tle 214 EAST CALL ST.

t return once more to the world we service at 7:30: on Wednesday. All Drug Store cell Florida Livia lane.

{SE50c knew before the war, to our old --,

DINNER ways and to our old customs to

t 1J tit i the family gathering around our

firesides once more, and we shall .

give thanks that all this is pos- 1

,& ; I Enjoy Good Food Served In sible.happiest This year should yet and indeed a year be that our 'a

will stand out in our memories
., Clean, Quiet Surroundings forever as the year of victory

7 yi' and I peace.was speaking to an elderly I' ou .for Y ou rs. e

lady recently on the condition of ,'. t

our world, how that slowly we r r the

were changing and that real ,

friendship and good neighborliness

"GET ACQUAINTED WEEK"i.A'i' had nearly vanished, how so many lir r e' .0s

)' things seemed wrong and that so

r1; N f'Y many more people seemed sad

tr h and self-sympathetic. She said
something that somehow has
j clung to my memory: "If people
counted their many ble a sI I n g s

ft Y there wouldn't be so much time
for sorrow."

Sometimes I feel that I would

:; ;: ; Starke Methodist Church like to reach out to the whole

f world and tell them; "Come all
I "r you people, open your hearts and \
e \
"r let friendliness and love come Inside -
do not let selfishness or

hate enter, but cast it away as

you would a serpent of satan. iii
Friendship, love and a warm heart rFt

TWO SERVICES EACH DAY are so much more valuable than eta- iu \ -

worldly goods. There \\a such a 4

10 A. M. 7:30 P. M. comfort in your heart when you
have befrlnded a felow man." I BUY

want to say this because so manyare

closing up their hearts to the
4 f F,l l outside world and no longer know
k lk" CONDUCTED HY the happiness of sharing and

smiling. Have you ever noticed BONDSSTARKE

how welcome a smile Is when you

{col', ; y The Rev. John M. SikesGoodMiisic are feeling sad? This brings to

my mind a poem I read and liked -

j .. very: much. Part .of it goes:

He whose heart is ful of ten-
"j derness and truth. 14.

: -- Good Fellowship Who loves loves himself mankind more. than he

And cannot find room In his heart

for hate. "
1 dY t 4 May be another Christ. We all ;,I< ',:
may be, .

"EVERYBODYVELCOME\ The believe Saviours of the world, if we

III [lh Divinity which dwells in ..

And worship it, and nail our

28. 1845 4

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house formerly week-end their visit .o:!>
occupied by Mr. Taylor last ,
HA Facilities Clay Hill and Mrs. J. P. Warren. Friends occasioned by the tragic death In
State Farm welcome them. an automobile accident of Lonnie Prompt Service Careful Drivers ,

Available \ By Lure 8urgt"o" fly 1\Ira. Bryan WMtfleldCOMMUNITY Misses Elinor Chisholm and Rhodrn.

dn' . . . . . . . . . . . . . dents Roberta in Whitfleld.Tallahassee,FSCW spent stu-last guests SgL and of Mrs.Lt. and Bob Barxley Mrs. Dennis were STARKE TAXI SERVICEN

financing facilities WHEREIN \VK HAVE A HAPPY CLUB Showalter i pre-war :MEETING I i I week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
LL the FHA program are a- EVENING AT OCR PIE StI'I>ER Exquisite specimens of chrysanthemums -I Bryan WhHfleld. ,Gainesville last week-end. andMACK'S
Starke home FOR
[I fn available to OUR BLESSINGS. were tastefully arrangedin j J. A. Rouvier, Jr., of Miami
Im- I. i
: postponed repair Farmers PlantImproved TAXI SERVICE ;
visited Mr.
crs who of decorating the Club Room for and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler, d
rovement or modernization "The heavy night hung dark, I Sr.. Saturday and Sunday. ,
because of war- The hills and waters o'er the meeting of the CommunityClub 1 PastureFour
sir properties ; S-Sgt. and Mrs. Alvis E. Swain
Phone 150
Director M. M. When a bank of exiles Tuesday afternoon of last
restrictions moored
fe and four children of and of
e Perry
acres Improved
the Federal Housing their bark week. Mrs. J. G. Godwin, President -
Of O Day O Night
.rrlsh Joe and Charles Campbell of Ft. pasture were planted during the 1j
pointed out this On the wild New presided over the business .
England nhore.
dmlnistratlon, meeting. During the social: hour White were Sunday supper guests]!past month by 12 Bradford Coun- I' v
eek for I looked on the crowd of shin the hostesses of Mr. And Mrs. E. O. Land. ty farmers, according to County
loans re- Mrs. H. K.
ill restrictions on ing faces the night of our pie Tyrosand I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace and Agent L T. Dyer. -- -- ,
were re- J. G. Caldwell, served
iirs and supper. I was filled with Mr. and Mrs J. R. Kite spent Sun-
alt Unlit00118 on thee Joy sandwiches and cookies with cof- Carpet grass waa planted on the
oved and for such pur- and pride. Most of the boys and fee to those present. day in Gainesville While in that 400 acres, and White Dutch clover LOCAL FACILITIES i n
of girls I had city they visited Dr. and Mrs. W.
on October 15. taught. They had I was also planted on half of the
ses were lifted Mr. Parrish deLni grown tall, strong and handsome.The BRIDGE CUT MEETING E. Murphree. total. Limestone and superphos of quiet refinementwith organization! 1+
i'i'Ttilt]! means lending In. crowd was orderly and quiet When Mrs. L. F. Chapman en- Lt. and Mrs L. J. Kite and phate were applied to all the enable this establishment to render a
that qualified resume making and the nices I have ever han- tertained the State Farm Bridge children and Mrs. H. A. Geiger plantings competent and thorough in its entiretyfine

tuitions now can peacetime regulator dled. All was over and I locked the Club last Wednesday afternoon spent Sunday at Daytona Beach. Bradford farmers also planted and moderately priced nvrvice. ; s.
i under the school house door. A lovely lovely chrysanthemums added to RM: 1-c John Paul Jones of
Title I" opera- moon about 2,000( acres of oats for gracing g
of hung high In the beauty her Charleston, S. C., was the guestof
the of
sky. The walls home. Winnersof
weeks b tit )'
Such loans may be for a during the past few :E- :
Mom of the cafeteria gleamed. It defense stamp prizes on this Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Jones and
$2.500 and Mr. reported.
of Dyer
uxlinum amount Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier last
turned occasion
of three moss draped oaks to were as follows: high, 11
-m for a maximum term silver. A few cars were still Mrs. J. R. Kite; second high, Mrs. week-end. Of Interest to friendsIs -.. .__.. DEWITT C. JONES
monthly In- :: = :: ': i
In :
tars, repayable gathered. Lights flashed and C. M. Turney and "bingo", Mrs.J. the fact that J. R. Jones who AMBULANCE SERVICE
alIments. motors hummed. Some how I 1\[. Hembree. Mrs. L. J Kite was a lieutenant with the Paratroopers
t More than :5,000,000 property seemed to imagine myself above was guest player. Mrs. Chap received his dischargelast GET ACQUAINTEDWEEK Funeral Director ;

improvement loans, made by qual- looking down. There I was stand- man's refreshments consisted of a Tuesday.En STARK: PHONE 7''.
BM private lenders and amount- Ing in my school yard, with sand salad course served at the con- route from Tampa to his ,
g{ to more than 32 billion. haveen in my shoes. My people were clusion of the games. new place of business In Louisiana Our local funeral home enables us tn 4 d .
Insured by the FHA.I'oM',1 about me. We had made more Julian Watts was the overnight offer conveniences and services not G ;
":- modernization and reair money than we ever had before. Mrs. J. W. Moody and sons, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lyn- otherwise available. vd' a aWe

of homes were of necessity Now we could buy books to read Jimmie and Dilly, left Saturday wood Watts Saturday. STAnKEIETllomST: v
Grtailed during the war period and things for the cafeteria. I to join Mr. Moody at their new I Mrs. E. A. Stafford visited Mr. furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices" and '
home In Perry. and Mrs. Clifford in Bush-
m-caupe of the heed*for manpower am so glad I came back. My peo- Hayes CHURCH accept ANY life Insurance" force, issued by ANY com
Ind materials to produce the wean Since J. Wallace's recent dis- nell for several days the early
ple have hearts of gold. God pang, an payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation itcarries
which enabled our fighting bless them Then charge from the Armed Forces he part of the week. NOVEMBER 18 30
[ and those of our allies to everyone. and Mrs. Wallace are again Farm i I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis and no obligation.
ree8 heard a voice "Do have I I. _..
you .= .. ..- -.'--..- -------
Humph on the batlefield," Mr. to walk home? I'll walk with residents. They are living in the family were with relatives in. = -=-=- = -- ---- -

arrish said. you." That made the evening
"Now they can be made. Therere perfect, although I rode home.
thousands of well constructed The ancestors of those exiles who

omes la good neighborhoods that came and made the first Thanks-
iced repairs to maintain the In- giving have come a long way.

eatnent In them., Such work Is That Is because we believe In God
:tally Important to preserve the and freedom.

resent housing Inventory since it The Bible reading beginningNov. ,l 6 6tr

ay: be some time before new con- 29; Exodus 20:1-17: I Tim
catch with the ,
truction can up othy 2:1-8: ; Nov. 30 James 1: Dec.
errand for new housing. 1, Ephesians 6; Dec. 2, I Corinthians
Aside from normal repairs and 13; Dec. 3, Psalm 24; Dec.

.provements there are other t, Hebrews 11-12, 1, 2; Matthew 'lab yteyo ; y fl't
housands of dwellings which can 6; Dec. 6. Romans 8; Dec. 7, :Mat- ss$ k,, y $ 1Ji.
saved from further deterlora- 1 { t 7 bs ;
thew 7 Dec. 8, Psalm 91. 4 r
Jon by modernization. The U. S. The county; nurse, Mrs. Canova I i s This Thanksgiving Day above all others
JIouslnR Census of 1940 showedhat I
[ of 27,723,000 non-farm dwelng came Tuesday and gave my children -j ipe a" r'ta
booster shots for typhoid. I
units on which reports were
am thankful. t >?
eived. 14.2.percent, or more
Mrs. Starbird, the 4-11 Club
an 3,935,000 were in need of leader, came also this week. The iAtl Let Us Remember That

ajor repairs. girls made such delicious candy. I y
'This Is a vast potential marketor 4 N bb
Louise Wilkinson a ninth grade
supplies and equipment, a

i ound fruitful outlet field for for investments employment and," girl George won girl at the Killlngsworth the prize Pie for Supper.the returned\prettiest We Have Much To Be Thankful For-

Mr.[ Parrish said. "It has been fyfo L 4> ? ey' V '
stlmated that property and Improvements home Saturday night. He has t :
been almost three
overseas years.
and repairs in the
We are happy to welcome him
!rat 12 months after restrictionsere
home. us DE THANKFUL that we attained a decisive Victory-that frcej -
*: removed" will, amount to a- pw> _
T-Sgt. Frank Carter Is home on 4
und Persons$3 billion.seeking property Improvement furlough. He has been overseas -& L j dom and decency still live-that America was untouched by i;
and expects a discharge soon. We
loans apply directly to were happy to have him at our destruction-that we had a united will to carry on-that we had '
qualified financial institutions, or

hrough a materials dealer or con- pie supper. f ) leaders of vision-that had and of q' '
tractor. They are personal credit Robert Jacobs was in Highland ; s> great we men women courage ;
Friday. lie Is also one of our I
loans, based on the character and
credit of the borrower, and the former In overseas school service boys who for has several been I, '. Is... Let us never forget, however, that we barely attained the victory! 'P ,
funds are advanced If the loan Is I 4u
for an eligible purpose under theaw. years. { iw k Let us never forget that Germany was a few months behind us in t 7' ?
; Here Is a prayer for Thanksgiving i
: ?*>& developing the atomic bomb. Let us never forget that on innumerable i U
Almighty God, who hast blessed '

Presbyterian ChurchThe the earth that It should be fruitful occasions in both wars, our battles were won with very slender'\ ai ,

and bring forth whatever! i" c i .
Presbyterian Church announces -
needful for the life of man and margins.Your.
services for Sunday, No- .'
with I
.. hast commanded us to
ember 25: Sunday school, with .
:Mrs' Jeanette Young, Superlnteni quietness Bless the and labours eat of our the own husbandman bread-; I t) p t personal thankfulness for the Victory will measured by j 1 '
i will meet at 9:45: a. m. and
seasonable !
:he and grant such of the rt
morning worship service bye gather in your support
weather that we may
he raster\ Rev, J. L. West will
the fruits of earth, and ever rejoice -
entitled "The of the
and praiseof : .
( in thy goodness k.
Waters n 1l
of the Hour.
v vJ
holy name; thru Jesus
E. IS. Lansing will have thy
Christ our Lord Amen. VICTORY :LOANwii
charge of the music and Mrs. E.IJi. God
Thanksgiving ;
Davis Happy
will preside at the piano.
bless and keep us all through
peryone Is Invited to attend all you
|rvices.. another week. ,
Lura. \

,,I Portrait Tabernacle .451h Why America Is Asked for 11 Billions: V t .

I of a n Thanksgiving service In the #: p .. rq? e&

Chapel Thursday at 11 a. m., pre z '1 'raA'r -
HappyWife ceded by a program of recorded d rt' To help bring our. men home again .
the city. Offerings
music broadcast over
brought will be used in1 To care for the wounded and battle weary ; "'

spreading cheer to shut-Ins

She Lets Us Do The Last Friday: night Rev.Melrose John, u g LOAN To administer the G. I I. Bill of Rights e
:Minder and wife .
Baking for the Family showed remarkable picture slides

illustrating the 23rd Psalm, and / % To clear the decks for quick reconversion :tery II I
UPPE Mr.' and Mrs. Tib- I
BAKERY Sunday night
bltts and helpers were again present 1 Ii'I,
The TlbbltU Orchestra Is 4

lending Sunday night much music valuable, and help the In congregations the I Be Thankful You Are Asked to Buy T Victory Bonds!

I are enjoying this added JI

treat. -
fOR ACID INDIGESTIONs The service next Sunday morn-
Ing will be In charge of Mr. Tib-

bitts will bring and Sunday the night message.Mr. Purdy A -FLOIIDA, QA NI< STAIICL ,; "'

musical treat also Is In store at ., f( i ixs Ii

each service. November 26 that R ,4a Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp'n. Member Florida National Group, Inc;
I On Monday
Unique Scotch messenger of the

5OcCalpenfer's Gospel-Rev. D.John C., McNelll.will begin of a

series Washington of services, which lasts a STAtIICE DIY CLEANERS &: I. tUNI)I I

Nov. 30. The public Is
through JUNIUS M. SMITH Owner ,
Drug Stow cordially Invited to all services. ,


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S : ,i r the lace-covered table. Mrs. Jun- Those .

I J L : l SOCIETY 'and CLUBS Miss Bradford Mrs. Cameron Judy Green HostessAt Ius M. Smith and Mrs. T. Frank and hostess present were With the b

,I __ Crowned At EventIn Honored By Birthday PartyJudy Landrum assisted the hostess in few Tuesday Night Bridge mellllfl1 0//
USO Club Southern Bell Green, daughter of Mr. serving. other guests tJ

csi4' Mrs. Scott Hostess Miss Young Weds and Mrs. Lloyd Green, was hostessto Mrs. Weeks was presented witha JOINCOMMERCE TilE-C
{ F ,1t Miss Myrtle Thomas of Graham Mr Edith Cameron, chief op- number of her friends Thursday milk glass vase, a gift from the 11.\ Bta
a .
?'j, At Luncheon Charles S. Robuck was crowned Miss Bradford in an erator of the Southern Bell Telephone afternoon of last week at her.. hostess. Starke. an" b"lp" br'y

t impressive ceremony held last Friday Company's office here, was N. Walnut St. The occasion -
Mrs W. A. Scott entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. Sr., home on .
T. Young night in the USO building. honored at a formal dance In the was her tenth birthday an
\, at her home on Walnut St., Wednesday of Graham announce the marriage Miss Thomas was the Senior candidate American Legion Hall Wednesday

l 6, ( A,' 1 of last week In honor of of their daughter, Ellowese, to In the race with Miss night. The occasion marked Mrs.Cameron's ,. niversary. radiance
Charles S. Robuck, son of Mr. Quantities of pink
:- her mother, Mrs. W, F. Babcock Jackie Haskins as Junior candi- completion of 20 years
and white chrysanthemums
and Mrs. Pies Robuck of Lees- roses yellow
date; Miss Lucy Barton, Sopho- of service with the company.A .
., tl of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, burg. The wedding was solemnized and white snapdragonswere
more candidate and Mlas Helen dinner for the honoree and a
who has been her guest for some Sunday morning, Nov. 18, In used in the living and din-
t Edmondson, also of Graham as few close friends was given in
time and Miss Mary Williamson of the home of the bride with members Ing rooms where the young people
i Freshman candidate.
the Southern Bell dormitory pre-
1, Cerro Gordo N. C., who !la the of the Immediate family'pres- were entertained at games. Judy
,i1' guest of Mrs. L.4 J. Wynn of ent and Elder LeRoy Wasdin performed \ Lyle Anderson, cheerleader, act ceding the dance. received many lovely 'gift* from Y
Hampton. the leremony."Xbi.Yon1Jr'att.ended( : ed as Master of Ceremonies and Mrs. Cameron began her career, her friends. '
; high schoolIn crowned Miss Bradford with a with Southern Bell In 1925 in the The large birthday cake was
: Covers were laid for elgbt and
+, the table 1 her' former home in Norman crown made of yellow chrysanthemums. Palatka office and came hue' to iced in pink and white and ten ,, ,

? G waa centered beautifully,with appointed a low arrangement Par ..Ga* ,and graduated from He presented each of the open the Starke office when Camp' email pink candles were placed :. From US
candidates with a chrysanthemumcorsage Blanding was established in 1940. .
of and business college In Moultrie and artistically on It.Refreshments
pink chrysanthemums
k,1 Atlanta employed and also one to Miss Her home Is in Palatka. of sandwiches,
z : She was by
s ,4s was flanked with tall pink tapers : To All
Dorothy Lappe who acted as servedby .f. i of{
In silver holders.-; Military Intelligence In Washington Coca-Colas and cake were I YO
D. C. for almost two years chairman of the campaign 'man Mrs. Hornick Attends Mrs. Green, assisted by Mrs
Delicious refreshments
were the war agers. The queen reigned in a chair S. D. Phillips. Novelty candy At this
t emergency.
y + $ served by the hostess to the following Thanksgiving
Mr Robuck'attended Leesburg of purple and gold and with her USO ConferenceMrs. favors were given each guest. \ Season

1 J \ Williamson guests Mrs Mrs.L.Babcock J. ,Miss of High School and served over two escort, Charles Thornton, Captainof Present to enjoy this party we pause to express our sincere .
't Wynn
rd the football team, led the
grand Hornick, direc-
t Elizabeth
Ann Johns, Grace
with the
q Mrs Olin White, Mrs. years army with 18 with Judy were thanks and
Hampton, march followed by the other candidates tor of the Starke USO Club, at- gratitude to
and months of that time overseas. He and Fay Thigpen., Delores
; J. T. Mrs. Ara Moltt
'$'''r :Mlsa Qulgley.Susan Wallace. ''Is working as an electrician In who were also escorted tended the USO YWCA Agency Mary Beth Lane, Mary El- our many friends and custom.
s ,'(! Ocala where they will make their by members of the team. Conference !In Atlanta Ga., Nov. la Turner, Florence Brown, Margaret ers whom have
,LiuTlltETThli' . .. .Jill future home. The dance following the corona- 15-17. Members of the Nationaland Rose Duncan, Joann Smith, we had the
Mrs. Robuck wore a powder tion was sponsored by the Junior Regional Staffs were presentto Sylvia Alvarez, Helen Haines, pleasure of serving these
blue suit with a corsage of rose- class and the proceeds of the instruct the directors on the Patsy Anderson, Thelma Barton,
buds for her wedding. campaign will be used for the annual Importance of planning for the Phoebe Green, Archie Green, John many years.

Mr. and Mrs. Robuck are spend Jr.-Sr. banquet.A future in each community. Adams and Margaret Ann and
ing a honeymoon In Silver Springsand program was presented with Inasmuch as USO is entering a I' Suellen Phillips.Luncheon The.past four years have

other points of interest in Misses June Caldwell, June Patel, transition phase, the conference Is been difficult onesjn
Florida. and Betty Anne Flynn and Mrs. centered around the need for sup

Margie Galloway taking part. studying the changing const!tu- I Friday plying your needs, but We

Two Recent Brides The majorettes opened the pro ence and program more than ever 'For Mrs. Weeks have tried to do our best
gram with an exhibition of baton and to consider carefully with the
Are HonoreesAt twirling. Operating Committee the steps Mrs. Wm. T. Weeks, a recent and we appreciate your cooperation -
W i 1 A Nike bh4 Miss Thomas was.presented witha toward an orderly exit. bride, was the Inspiration for a
Y f Party sterling sliver bon-bon dish with luncheon given last Friday at one your loyalty and

l i !' Mrs. Richard Kldd, Mrs. Joe Miss Bradford 1945-48 engravedon Mrs W E. Middleton o'clock by Mrs. E. L. Matthewsat your consideration.
k 4 Star he's, Scanlan and Mrs Arthur Holll- the side, as a memento of the her home on Church St.

The day entertained Tuesday morning occasion. Honored at Tea Marigolds, autumn foliage, and
finest with a Coca-Cola party at the yellow chrysanthemums were used
J We 'Will Be Closed All
home of Mrs. O. L. Haynes honoring Church CenterIs Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs. in decorating the living room, reception Day ThursdayGREEN'S

%M: F restaurant Band recent brides, Mrs. H. A. E.. L. Matthews entertained at an hall and dining room
Bishop I Jr., and Mrs. W. T. Scene ofEpiscopal where the guests were entertained. -
ti 44: ' barSIZZLING Weeks. informal tea Thursday afternoonof STCCC:
Supper last week from four until six
The home was tastefully dec- Luncheon, buffet style, was
o'clock at the home of the latteron
Mr. and !Mrs. L. J. Green
: orated with yellow and white Members of the Episcopal Church St., honoring their served in the dining room wherea
chrysanthemums and the hostesses low arrangement of yellow and
Church enjoyed a Supper at the
mother, Mrs. W. E. Middleton.The I
were assisted In serving Coca- Church Service Center Tuesday I. occasion was in celebrationof white chrysanthemums centered.
Cola and sandwiches to the 40 night.A I
the honoree's birthday anniver
guests by Mrs. Haynes and Mrs. moving picture entitled "Thy
,, s STEAK Fred C. Massey. Will Be Done" which was produced sary. Buy Them Early While The Selection Is Good . .
) Yellow and white ,
!t Boxes of
dusting powder were by the church was shown.It .
r M LOBSTER given to the honorees were used In decorating the
as mementoes was the story of a Missionary
r '' of ,the occasion.' .doctor In China. home.lower floor ot- the Matthews' MEN'S ROBES FOR XMAS

i smtIMPa M The Every Member Canvass was
Tea was served from a lace-
PTA Will Meet made and each person was givenan OUTSTANDING
opportunity to pledge supportto covered table In the dining room. 6 50
Next WednesdayThe An . .
/ the church for the coming year. arrangement of yellow and VALUE .

Parent Teachers Associa- Mrs. O. L. Beasley was chair- white chrysanthemums, centered ... .. .
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tion will hold its November meet- man of the committee In chargeof with a yellow and green flower

trI I B Ing, Wednesday Nov. 28 at 2:30p. : arrangements with Mrs. Ed- candle, served as the central dec- MEN'S WORK & DRESS PANTS
oration the table. The
on silver
For m. In the school house. ward Burns and Mrs. Joe Hoover
Mrs. as assistants. The tea service placed ,at one end of
hr Hogan Smith, Program young peopleof 1.56 to 6.95 -
7': Chairman a the church assisted with table the table was balanced by a}arge
has .110 n ounced that -** '
Connola-"J. i'' .
k ) Mrs. ElIza.betlHornick, USO Director arrangements ahd floral decora- crystal salad bowl: "' -- -_::._: -- _. --- --- -_....:........ ---- ------ ) :-.:. \
y I will speak on "Community I Pouring tea during the afternoon -
ir p 1 r Beura,12I Organization Looks Ahead with tion.The center was tastefully dec- was Mrs. E. S. Matthewsand BLANKETS (Part Wool) :

0 USO." Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. orated with red and yellow chrysanthemums Mrs. Juntus M. Smith served
,k4 q 01Good L. A: Canova were appointed at and center ,arrangements the salad course. 3.00 ,to 6.00 r

the last meeting to find what uses were on the several tables.A About twenty-five guests called .
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Food it any could be made of the USO short talk was given by the during the afternoon to be with

;' building for'the school children Rev. Grover Allison. Mrs. Middleton.CQ444b. II FOR THE LADIES II
' S and when the club Is disbanded here.

I 0 Mrs. Hornick's talk will answer COTTON HOUSE COATS 4.95
t this
,i ,$ Drink Hostesses question. NEW FALL HATS 1.98 to 3.98 t
for'this meeting are I
Mrs. A. J., Thomas, Mrs W. H. BEAUTIFUL BAGS 2.98 to 5.40 A

Smith and Mrs. W, J. Epperson, SILK PANIES-- 59c to 1.39

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The executive Board will meet Well, looks like the column will . The C. H. Driggers FurnitureCo. r'
Monday, Nov.. 26. All membersare have to be short and sweet this ., had a few metal scootersthe The -

asked to attend both meetings. week as the Telegraph Is comingout first of the week and the 'tfjJr

a. day early and I won't have Bradford, Photo Shop has a supply ESTARainsi
- time to make the rounds with my of film of every size and variety, RE

accustomed efficiency . Ahem! and quite a few of each . No
GET ACQUAINTEDWEEK . Can't put my mind on col- charge for all this advertising, _

umnylng, anyway, with Thanksgiving folks ; It's news! .
Dining Out'Tonight right at hand, and guess -
t iV r y everybody will be celebrating this The crowning of Miss Bradfordat

? week except Mrs. L. A. Davis the USO last
She still maintains that Thanks- was
t Have dinner here In a pleasant! giving means the last Thursday In quite a gala event, as usual . .

1T g i" atmosphere where you know STARKE METHODIST November to her, and it will take The lucky lady, brunette Myrtle

naY , i% u 1 the food will be deliciously CIIURCII more than an act of Congress to Thomas, looked as lovely as couldbe

,'. cooked and attractively served. change it . Isn't it great to live desired In a gold suit worn
2 NOVEMBER 18 30 in a democracy where If you .
21F4M % .- with black patent leather acces- LW try,
1 don't want to observe Thanksgiving -
.. sories . Among the
:;- on a certain date you just runners-up

don't, that's all , As for me, I Helen Edmondson, also an attractive .. 'was isK4n.
Just can't resist that turkey any brunette, wore a rose suit

longer, so I'm celebrating now! with brown accessories ', Jackie r+xa

1 } 1L SEE THIS BEAUTIFUL 4PIECEMAPLE . wool Haskins Jersey was dress dashing with in nailhead a green / ?3 j8'k''d 1 iH ,/

: Browsing around Call Street I trim, and Lucy Barton was quite
} BED-ROOM SUIT ran into Molly Lecin and Violet stunning in black with touchesof

Perils Justifiably proud over two white . All wore beautiful
leis fashioned of baby orchids and corsages of yellow chrysanthemums -
sent to them for their birthdaysby and convinced me more
Wave Evelyn Lecin from the than ever that Bradford County Is
Hawaiian Islands . Nor can I truly the home of the sweetest j
blame them, for the leis were strawberries and the prettiest tro du cin a e .

truly gorgeous . Glimpsed girls this side of Heaven . ,
Comer Long Jn town for a few .. the new
hours Sunday while ,transferringjobs Pleaxed to see Armond ThomasIn
( ) from Palatka, to Deland town with a Coast Guard discharge
. Hear Dr. Jennings has been and trying hard to decide Ba, ia Ouat?
home about a week although I whether to re-enlist or take ad- ',
5' yOn haven't seen him yet . Un- vantage of the GI Bill of Rights ,
' . and a new method of im-
derstand he has his discharge, but and attend a trade school . .
will take a long rest before get- Hear Cella (USO ataff) Israel parting curl to the hair as a',
ting back to the ,grind . '. Kap spent a holiday at Daytona Beach '
style foundation borrows.
Duncan, O. L. Beal y. Red Bu- last week and came back singingthe ; . it

ford and Albert Hartman among praises of the fluffy white \ from the familiar routines,
the small army that answered the tides . Lillian Stump Just released -
Now Sale call of the huntsman's horn and by the Army Nurses Corps, both permanent waving and

$149.50 trekked off 'to the woods this maintains that Starke looks bet- finger waving . creating a
week . ter to her than the whole of Ger-

many, France, and Italy . foundation curl that gives add.

Santa Claus Please Note Hear Lyle Anderson presented ';Sounds like a Chamber of Com- ,ed body to your hair . .
'III )Dorothy Lapps with one of thosethirdfingerlefthand merce ad, doesn't ItT . Add ,
d I a m o nds predictions (and another free
JUST ARRIVED, ALL METAL SCOOTERS,. after the festivities at the USO plug): Martin's Restaurant shouldbe

r WHEEL last Friday night . They'll a success . The service Is
DOLL BEDS postpone the wedding bells until excellent, the food is highly edible ( .

,11 t 1 Lyle gets out of the Navy a and the place seems to be '",'.". !

r r1 i couple of years from now . He crowded at every meal . : "". .
1 C. H. DRIGGERS CO.i' reports In January Add Sure ,'" ;. 1..

Signs the War Is Over: Ed Dahmer Oh! . Oh! . Just caughta :
had two dozen electric Irons over whlU' or that turkey roasting

FURNITURE the week-end '.' But don't break in the oven So long . See
PHONE 43 STARKE. FLA. your neck getting down there- you In the next . BEAUTY SALON'fr'
they're probably'all ,gone by now Carolyn.

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.KITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. W. B. Sewell Is spending Mr and Mrs. J. G Alvarez and S e e e e e . e e e t

Thanksgiving with her sister, daughter, Sheila Jean and Mr.
Mrs. J. D. Cottrell in Leesburg. Alvare mother Mia. Frank Wilson LAWTEYBy r
Mrs J. W. Abernathy Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto Judge A. Z. Adkins is holding of Jacksonville were In Starkeon :
an court In Lake Butler this week. business Tuesday Mr. Alvarezwas Mrs. Mamto Crews

ytona Beach were daughter visJtlng, were by called the serious to Jacksonville illness of Tuesday Mrs.- Mrs. T. T. Long and sons, Tom discharged from the Navy in e . . e . . . MADISON ST. STARKE, FI.A. P
and Dave, Jacksonville Friday after being
on.m-iaw Mrs Lloyd JGreen Hutto's grandfather, H. J. Dunk- in Barley spending, Ga. Thanksgiving stationed In Vero Beach for some PTA MEETINGThe We Deliver Large or Small Orders + ; '
!1d! ley, who is in St Luke's hospital .
l last week.A Mrs time. regular meeting of the ... ..
>' Richard Thede
Pvt. Eddie and son, -- -
lay and Mrs. W. Jackson of Ft. Jack- ATT.1\') GET ACQUAINTED Lawtey PTA was held in the

: A spent Saul last Wedne- son, S. C., Is spending a 15-day Ricky several, of Jacksonville days this are week spending WEEK ""M'I Ire*. Starkn :Methodist school a u d I 11 o Hum Wednesday CHUCK STEAK, lb. . - 29c
.'JI1brrIY furlough with with
his mother, Mrs {Church Nov. 18-30. afternoon of last week. At this
Jack onvil1e. Laura Jackson. her mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. RUMP ROAST lb. . 31c
? L. Lewis ndrreddY. Friends Capt: and Mrs. M T. Oakley are meeting plans were made to havea - -
and MM. M. P. A. Scott is spending Thanks- will regret to know chicken supper In the school .'
Jacksonville were that Mrs. visiting relatives In Orenada, Miss. RIB STEAK lb. - 34cHOMEMADE
of Cora Strickland Is seri- auditorium
giving with hL son-in-law will Friday night Nov. 30.
They return here in about
here Friday ously ill in the State Farm SAUSAGE lb. 41c
friends Mr. -
g daughter, and Mrs. Stanley pital. MIL two weeks, so that Capt. Oakleycan HONOR ROLL ,
Carnell and their sons in Ormond.Mr. Strickland Is a sis get his discharge at Grade "A" Veal Cutlets lb. 42c
mate'' :you In the SPIRCpgsET ter of Mrs. S. R. Johns, Sr. Camp The honor roll of the school for Fancy ;
me -the garmen and comodrUn" rec-- spending and Thanksgiving Mrs. W. A. with Scott Mrs.are J. Mrs. O. 1. Beasley and Mrs. B. Godbold and son the third period is as follows: "AA" Leg of Lamb (Whole), lb. - 40c t ,

edeI for health Scott's brother-in-law W Kincaid went with Mrs E, James Junior High School Frederick "AA" .
trap Rf-p.-.ta- and sister, L. Biggs! to Godbold. who has recently LAMB. STEW, lb. - :22c
spend Thanksgiving Prescott Marvin Warren and
.403 E. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glatzau in been discharged from the Navy,
Mr.*. Frank Hoover na., Deland. Mrs. W. F. Babcock of with her mother :Mrs. O. J. Griffin Misses Katie and Janie McDonald. Navlna Martin; Fifth Grade, Benton From Now Through; The Holidays _I
Suke, in St. Augustine. Futch
st, ; grade, :Mary
11.23 4tp Canada who( is dividing the and Mrs. M. B. Godbold, Sr., all
:Mr. and Julia Futch Frelda Green. Shirley Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
winter between her daughters, Mrs. Fred Guy and children of Jacksonville were here Sunday -
and may B. G. Kldd spenty daugh t era Mrs. Scott and Mrs. were Sunday dinner guestsof visiting Mrs. S. S Dowling and Rosier and Florene Rosier; FRYERS lb. 62c HENS Ib. 52c ''
at their fish: camp near Glatzau, went with them to spend Mr. Guy's sister, Mrs. Wallace family. Third grade, Paul Magyar!, Wen- ,

Hammock. some time there. Joplin in Lake City. It was the Mrs. W. S. Stroman is seriously dell Kelly,, Charles Prevatt and Also Turkeys When You Want Them, ,
Newsome, who Is Ins birthday anniversary of their Gladys Kemp; Second grade,
? Let's get toKfther! GET ACQUAINTED ill at the home of her daughter. Thelma Lee 7tfY
gaining In an Atlanta mother, Mrs. Ann R. Guy of Starling Iona
WEEK Mrs. S. S. Dowling on N. Walnut
Starke Methodist -
Me'rre Hampton Thompson, Gloria Crawford and
Bruce -, and
ospltal and Phm Church, Nov. 18-30. Services they enjoyed a fam St Mrs J. B. Godbold arrived Carl Griff and First
of fly dinner. Grade.
Mrs.Thanksgiving Jesse Newsome. dally, 10 n. m., 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs and daughter mother here Tuesday and be with t her Jimmy Eunice, Con nle Harley, We Carry A Complete Line r

ad V. S St. John and Frank Dur- Dottle* Sue and Mrs. A. Z. Jackie Harley Marie Rosier and ,
shimer spent the week-er: at I Adkins are spending Thanksgiving Ira W. Andreu and Mr. and Jo Anne UcCmy. ,

RADIOSEPAIRED their camp in Gulf H a m m ock I with Mrs. Bigg's mother, Mrs. O. Mrs. Clarence K. Andreu are visiting Mrs. L. H. Futch entertainedthe Of Groceries & Vegetables ,;
the former's Mrs.
They report a nice catch of fish. J Griffin in St. Augustine. daughter
I Cortez Ueberry in Panama members of the Methodist
Mrs. L. E. City. --- F
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stilley of Miner has returned Church Youth Fellowship with a i
I Jacksonville to her home in New Mrs. E. B.,Webster of Tampa [is . ',, y
returned with Mrs.EtIlley's .
Beach after Smyrna the guest of Mrs. Ethan A. Sapp. weiner roast on the lawn of her ..0 -:: -: --_-_--- ._: _. '____ -=7D --'_--- ---_, '::_--'- ---- --
mother, Mrs. Letle Stllley. spending some time home last Friday night. Thirty
| PROMPT-- : SERVICE to her home here last week with her mother, Mrs. Laura I. Miss Catherine Nollman and young people of that group were

"'" and remained for a few days with Powell. Miss Dorothy Nelle Dekle of present.
her and with Mr. and Mis.!! R. C. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Carter of Ocala students at FSCW were D :
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page, and
DAHMER'SGIFT Buford.Mr. Cocoa spent several days last week-end guests of Miss Noll-
son Junior and H. C. Crews were
and Mrs. Tillman Hutto, week with Mrs. Carter's mother. man's parents Mr. and Mrs. W.
In Jacksonvlle and Macclenny on ,
SHOP Mrs. Laura
Mrs. Shellie A. Hall and daughter, I. Powell. H. Nollman.
business Friday. SUN. MON. TUES. NOV. -26-27
Sharon, and Sgt. J. L. Stokes attended Friends will be glad to know Friends of Mrs. R. J. Davis will
1110 EAST CALL ST. the football game in Jack- that J. M.,Alvarez returned to his regret to learn that she suffered Mrs Rachel Browning and II. ERNIE PYLE'S

jeonvllle I home here last week after 12 a painful shoulder Injury in a fall C. Crews were In Jacksonville two
Saturday night.
weeks in the State Farm Hos- at her home last week. days last week with produce. "STORY OF G. I. JOE"With ,

pital. His condition Is greatly Mr and Mrs. John Trlbula, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Bradley,
Improved.SK Mrs. Perry Davis and Mrs. Myrtle
and son, Jimmy Thompson, leave Burgess Meridith as Ernie Pyle ,
1-c Blake VanZant were at the State Farm
BUG to Macon, Ga., Wednesday Jackson reported after Trlbula's Friday for home Buffalo before, N. Y., Mr. Wednesday Also News and Mouse Cartoon

spending a 30-day furlough with enteringthe Junior Page II. C. Crews, Audrey --- -.--
service. have been liv-
his mother, Mrs.' Carl Jackson. They Crews, Idalee Starling and Wed. TIIURS. NOV. 28 29
at Avon Park s
ing where Mr. Trl
COMPANYLOCAL Mr. and Mrs. H. V Knight and bula was stationed before his. recent Myrtle VanZant were visiting Na- s
family of Gainesville spent Sunday discharge. Mrs. Tribula was Melvin In the State Farm DANGEROUS"With
Hospital Monday night of last
with Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight
/; formerly Mrs. Delia Thompson of
\ & LONG DISTANCE HAULING Lt. and Mrs. Hubert Brown Lawtey.Mr. week. Constance Moore and Ralph Itellamy '
Mrs. C. R. Crews and children
Edmonds left this week for Texas and Mrs. William Sapp are were shopping in Starke Saturday Also "Flying Jeep" & "Hollywood Scout"No.

PHONE 179 where Lt. Edmonds has beentranstr'rred. moving from their home near l..

:Mrs. Edmonds is the Starke to a place they recently Mr. and Mrs Louie Lee Wain- !Flll." -snT.Nov. 30 D" C. 1
BROADWAY L. M. GAINES former Miss Ruth Jones. DOUBLE F'EnTURF:
FRANK purchased near Gainesville. Their wright were in Starke Saturday

Mr. and from Mrs.few E. E. Lansing returned new home has 600 acres of land H. C. Crews, Dempsey Beasley 1- "I LOVE A BANDLEADER"Phil }
a days in Indian-
.. - and Mr. Sapp will engage In live- and Cecil Rowe were In Lake
rocks and with Mr. Lansing's rel- stock raising. Harris & Orchestra
M Butler ,
SEE THE NEWSNOW : :: Lansing atives In was Ale recently xandrla.discharged La. Mr. Billy Patray, who has been an Mr: and Mrs. Joe Forsyth and i No. 2 "PHANTOM OF THE PLAINS" ,

from service. air cadet stationed in Texas was children, Ina Otis, Lt>aston and And Metro NewsRITZ
GET recently discharged and is backat Vernon were visiting In Lake
:J '' Starke Methodist Church, Nov. his home In Starke. Butler Sunday

ri tz idciire ; 1830. Services dally, 10 a. rry, Friends of Dr. A. E. Dunham, Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter t N.
Donna Dee spent last week with
7:30 p. m. a former pastor of St. Mark'a
I'' The Rev. L. D. Haines spent Episcopal'' ,Church in Starke, will her son-in-law and daughter, Lt. SUN. MON.Nov.. 25 26 I

4- ON DISPLAYSMITH'S last week in Mt. Dora attending regret to learn_that jie was. painfully and Mrs,..J. T..Hubner of Sebrlng. '"ESCAPE IN THE DESERT;, .. i
the Lake County Baptist Association's burned when an oil stove Lt. and -Mra. Hubner are with
Mr. and Mrs. Faxon for the Irene Manning Phil Dom I
Sunday School. enlargement exploded at his residence, 2581 Ij j
GARAGE campaign. Manltou Ave. Jacksonville, Thanksgiving holidays. Also Cartoon & Newsreel

i Arthur R. McRae. County Superintendent Mrs. Tolbert Black and son,
iI of Public Instruction Jimmy, spent last week-end with Funeral Services TUES. WED. TIIURS. NOV. 27 28 29 t

I attended a meeting of Superintendents Mrs. mack's parents, Mr and For C. A. Beck "IRISH EYES ARE MILING"
Frigidaire Products Are Worth in Gainesville this week Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. Mr, Black, $

I It was designed to( evaluate the who was recently discharged by EtMeral services were held 1 in Plus Two-Reel Comedy

Waiting For changes in the State School program the Navy, will open law offices in Hope Baptist Church In There Btl .. -

enacted by the 1945 Legis Lakeland. Sunday afternoon for Charlie A. nOUUI4E FEATURE
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lature. ........lorn jwniner.u or Madison lathe ....ft..." ........ u..... ... .".... ..u...'" ..."' ,'" vn.a'ua. c!I"" &. ..'vt'n"'. oJ"on .LIr.-' I",_ &
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cross of guest of her son-in-law and Saturday Interment was in the
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.
daughter, Mr and Mrs. D S. family lot in the Melrose Cemetery i
Freeman Johns of Lake City were Cook. with DeWitt C. Jones In Lynn Merrick : I '

NAT SEZ: Sunday guests of Mrs. Effle Mrs. Emma White charge of arrangements.Mr. '
of Atlanta lathe "CODE OF THE PRARIE"
Johns. Mrs. Johns went to Lake guest of her son-in-law and Beck was born Sept 2, ..
: City Wednesday to spend ThAnksgiving daughter, Mr and Mrs. Harley F. 1870 in Campvllle, the son of the Also "The Black Arrow" Serial "

l Bradford County's with Mr. and Mrs. Free- Strong at Klngsley Lake. late Joseph and Emella Beck. He "

man Johns. Mr and Mrs. R. G. Kldd were had lived almost his entire life In COMING Sunday & Monday Next Week
Pfc. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs re- In Bradford County and was a retired -
1k In TheVICTORY Jacksonville Saturday on busi
turned Sunday night to Hatties- grocery salesman. He wasa j
burg Miss., after spending 10 days ness.Lt. Alan Ladd and Gail
F, M. "Buckshot" Williams member of the Baptist Church. Russell

LOAN with Mrs. E. L. Biggs and J. B. and family of Wrlghtsvllle Sound, His only survivor Is his wife, ._,_..,- ---.. _- ._ R
Rowe. Llnnle Beck. =- --- :: .. .
N. C. -
arrived Wednesday for a i
DRIVE IS Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and few
days with his parents, -
Leonard Noegel spent Friday in Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams. Lt.

Jacksonville Williams is Squadron Commanderat
Lt. Lillian Stump of the Army Wrlghtavllle\ Sound. He has
$178,000To Nurse Corps, who has been over- fOYTOWN
12 crash boats and 100 men and
seas for more than a year in the officers under his command.

European Theatre of Operations, Cpl. Eugene Long of a Nebraska suw a
received her discharge from service Air Base Is spending a 15 day j
Date We Have Sold Only at Ft. Bragg N. C., last Fri- furlough with his wife here and L
day. She Is with her parents, Mr .'
they are spending some time with
and Mrs. Fred F. Stump. Her his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E C.
$4.7,581.25Now 1 brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Long of Brooker.

Mrs W. H. Thomson and children Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tatum of
(of Monticello and another Jacksonville
were guests of Mr.
sister, Lt. ((1g) Evelyn Stump of and Mrs. R. J. Davis. }V P

I Ask You Is That AnythingTo Miami are coming for a family reunion Miss Idalou and Marjorie Davis,
this week-end. student at FSCW wil t
Mrs. Bertha Pearce is spending
week-end here with their parents.Mr. .
Be Proud About? I Think I Thanksgiving with her sister, I and Mrs R. J. Davis.

Know JVhat 1 Your Answer Will Mrs.Woodfin Emily G.Faver Haile In, Jr.Miami., receivedhis I I and Sunday Mrs. L.dinner S. Hutto guests were of Mr Mr., WE HAVE A LARGE. ,SUPPLY >OF THE TOYS THAT

Navy discharge at the Jacksonville i I and Mra Johnny Wells. and Mr. ARE AVAILABLE AND URGE YOU TO MAKE YOUR

Be. . Naval Air Station Wednesday and Mrs. M. C. Wells of Jacksonville SELECTION
Nov. 14 and Is with )tile and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. WHILE OUR STOCK IS ,COMPLETE: '
wife and parents here. He and of
Crenshaw Columbia S. C. Mr.
Mrs..Halle attended the University Crenshaw is the manager of the
of Florida's last football( game of Columbia Record In that -

Let's All Buy. More Bonds day.Mrs the season in Gainesville Satur- Hough Mrs. Tom and Harding Mrs. Lewis, Haines Alma USE OUR '

J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. were shopping In Jacksonville

IN W. B. Mundy spent several days Wednesday of last week. LAY-A-WAY
THE VICTORY LOAN DRIVE this week In Tampa.
Mr. and Mm. R. T. Bell and .. ,
Sgt. D. L. Bennett was a guest
Mra. Belle sister, Mrs. L. E. Deu-
last week of his uncle and aunt don of Elgin 111., will arrive Sat- PLAN
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto after urday to be guests of Mr. and

But We The receiving his discharge from the I:Mrs. John Uglow for a month. -..
Gotta Act Quick
Army at Blanding and before going I Dr. and Mrs. II. B. McLendon -
on to his home in Tampa. He I
and daughter. Jeanette, of Or-
Drive Closes December 8th. Let'sNot 18 months.
served overseas lando arrived Thursday to spend
A guest from Thursday through several days with Mrs. McLen- AMERICAN BEAUTY BOX SPRING39.50, r, a

Spoil The Fine Record Of Our Monday of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. don's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. FELT MATTRESS TO MATCH . - - 39.50 "
Hutto was Mrs. Hutto's nephew Matthews. '
County In The Sgt. J. I. Stokes. He was enrouteto SAMPSON ,CARD TABLES - . 5.50 to 7.95
By Falling his home In Columbia S. C., BABY HIGH CHAIRS .
- - - 3.50 to 19.50
after being discharged from ser
Go-Round. vice at Drew Field In Tampa. He.

served overseas two years., FIELD WInE r

i Mrs. L. A. Davis Is in Houston IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
the General Convention -
Texas attending Gilbert'sTrading

Sternberg's I.of the Confederacy.of the United Mrs.Daughter Davis Post John H. Denmark Furniture Co. p ;tis

Is a delegate from the local chap-

'ter the and also( Treasurer Generalof Macclenny, FU. PHONE 151 STARKE FLA. + 4y



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; 1 : . . . S . . 3 Lawtey.Friends Sparks OrdainedTo RURAL COMMONSENSE IN MEMORIAM tot of the the ownership aforesaid ,publication management for etc.the,I I eUmlItanc knowl"dn, .and h@I.-)'-! \

date shown In the above caption, and ?,,
Brooker Baptist In loving memory of our dear required by the Act of Auvuet holder. atockholll.r. ... .
Enlist In ArmyThree MinistryAt 24l ,. ,
husband and father John J. Rig- 1912, a* amended by the Act the book ''It tr 'JIt, tDy
March S, 11133 embodied In section tees, '
,:. I POINTERSON don: 637 Pontal, Law, and Regulation 0''" 'k .odaDUr
By Joyce Atkinson Lawtey boys two of them the Baptist Church in HUNTING SEASON! rapacity '
I the ''''''
printed on reverie of this form, tide 'ha"
? . . . e . . 17 years old, and the other 18, Starke on Sunday afternoon, Nov. SAFETY STRKSSEI: ) Oh, dear father, we miss you so. to wit: reason OWII"I II> '.Ind, 'hi 'her!
'. Florida's general:! hunting season Your loving smile and tender 1, That the name and addren person, ".11 lha.
18 S. E. of Starke *a
,;, 4r'A if.., ;r Mr. and Mrs L. W. Barry are last week volunteered for service Sparks was opened this week, and It is well voice, of the publisher, editor, managing has any'H.'r 1111. I II
3' i' visiting friends and relatives in ordained to the Gospel Ministry editor and buRlneH, manage are: In the .BIII 'Irk
,1 t with the Regular Army, were accepted worth the while of farmers and That we cannot see or hear. Name of Publisher E L. Matthews securltles. bOIl I r .r u.ntl '
Wauchula this week. Mr. Sparks has-been- called to pastor others who hunt to take safety Through all pains you always Post office address, Starke. R' ,AI oily'
C by the Army Recruiting
Friends of B. Stokes will
Henry 1L\1'Tr
into Sworn
the and several other matters FlaName tt
Midway Baptist Churchat of and
smiledA E L.
be to know that he has In Jacksonville and Matthews, me this 'uh-.rn.l> I
? r 1 ; glad been Station are consideration at this time. Pout office address. Starke. Fla (SEAL tr.t 'h
;! f f; discharged from the army after now being processed at Camp Palatka and a delegation from During every hunting season, smile of heavenly birth. Name of Managing Editor, 10 L. Circuit) Cour Tho""*,O*t.,t,

serving six years. He served two Blandlng. that church attended the ordination some folks are wounded or killed And when the angels were so near I Clarke Matthews, Fla.Post of flee I address State of Florid unlr' '1 L

' '$ and a half years overseas. services! A Presbytery composed the You smiled so sweetly you looked I 2. That the owner are: E. 1.
II" ? #1 a CI Mrs. II. B. Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. The three are 18-year-old Hiram of the following recommended accidentally, even though From one to the other with a Matthews Starke Fla.
danger of has been empha.sized 3. That the known bondholders
guns ,
W. Bennett of :Mr. and Mrs
Edd Polk and B. Stokes son to the Starke Church that smile
I, Henry Perhaps mortgagees, and other security
., M J were in Starke on business Mon- Troy Bennett, William C. Phillips Mr. Sparks be ordained. Rev. G. over and over again. I can never forget and smiled a I, holders owning or holding 1 percentor I
son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J, it Is too much to hope for, more of total amount of bonds, GET ACQtj
dav. !!! W Wilson of the Raiford Baptist
farewell to us
: : mortgage, or other securities
but nevertheless, it Is hoped that ,. ___.... : are:
ana m.. .
i fnliiipa, DOYle <; ...
a' 5 si et1 :Mrs. H. B. Baxter and children, Church served as Chairman of A smile, farewell 10 earui.
; there will be no accidents duringthe .t..V.That the two WEEKSTARKE
W. Star- I
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. paragraphsnext
,,t Charles and Jo Ann of Jacksonville the Presbytery; Wilbur A. Scott and that every- Heaven has retained a precious above, giving the names of
present season
: r were visiting Mrs Baxter'. ling. Bennett and Starling both Hampton Baptist Church as Secretary treasure, the owners .,stockholders and security
\\1 expressed a desire to go overseas, Jone will handle his gun carefully holders. If any, contain not
and Rev. L Haines
A D.
parentsMr.. and Mrs. Wade Har- ; show Earth the lonely casket gains a only the list of stockholders and
m the woods and ,
S travel, and flee .the world. Phil ,
a rell over the week-end. Starke Church Rev. Quinn A. Jewel security holder a. they appear upon -
," *> lips, whose father served In proper regard for others in huntIng the book of the company butalso.
We are that several Cooper, Regional Missionary Baptist loves linger near
sorry persons The sunbeam In
I ITV. even, though a deer or a bird case where the stock METHOD
World War I Is anxious learn
", 'y, In the community are on .the to Church, Gainesville, Rev. A and Where the precious sainted father holder or security holder appears
I, .' sick list this week. a trade, and wants to serve with E. Llghtfoot, Brentwood Baptist might be lost in doing so, sleeps.So upon the books of the company a., CHURCH
"un- trustee or In other
take no chances with an any fiduciary
;,, 8 1-c T. H. Hazen Is spending the Quartermaster Corps. Church, Jacksonville, Rev. L. G. loaded" sadly missed these lonely days relation, the name of the person
.t Bennett already has to his Hemingway, Hellbronn Baptist gun.Another or corporation for whom such, trustee NOVEMBER 18.
and nights
a 15-day furlough with his father Is acting, I I. given; also that
Mr. and Mrs Wilson RUB and credit four months in the mer- Church, Rev. J. L. Norris/ Law point which the fair Which has been a year today, Nov. the said two paragraphs contain -

\ : children, Edna Mae and Billy Ann chant marine, during which he tey Baptist Church, Rev. WalterE. and square sportsman will take 24th. statement embracing affiant'. full

ai PL- were shopping in Starke Satur- took a trip to the Pacific, but Spencer, St. Augustine Baptist Into consideration is the land on Sadly missed by his wife, daugh-

day. .* upon Joining the Army he stated Church, Rev. W. G. Shows, Kings- which he hunts. If the land ters and sons.

Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Henderson his preference for Europe. ley Lake Baptist Church, Rev. doesn't' belong to the hunter, he By daughter-Mrs, Eva Gentry. TELEPHONE OPERATORS

1 attended church services here Sun- Ernest E. Lavender, son of Mr.. Ray Walden. Lake Butler Baptist should obtain permission from the I

I ,A '' and Mrs. James L. Lavender, of Church, and Deacons H. B. Ar- owner before he hunts there. CHURCH OF CHRIST

day.Mrs. Lake Butler, also entered his voluntary wood and J M, Reddish of Law- Whether hunting on his own or Permanent Employment With Job Serur
Lee Green and Lubedla served the The Church of Christ in Starke
enlistment in the Regular on Presbytery.Rev. I someone else's land It behoovesthe
/h I, II '; t! : + Plnholster were shopping Jacksonville Army last week. Lavender, whois Shows was chosen to examine hunter to be careful with fire. announces the following servicesfor
: Saturday. old the candidate Rev. Light- serious Sunday, Nov, 25. W. HerronIs Young women age 18.25: are needed to be train !
i t, 18 years ,. formerly attended ; Every year there are many *
< Bradford High School. foot preached the ordination sermon woods fires because of the the minister and the subject of as telephone operators.! No experience arceerul,

;\ tY Citizens Petition Recruiting officials state that : Rev. Cooper delivered the carelessness of hunters. Leavinglive his morning sermon at 11 a. m. Good pay while learning and' awuret\ .
charge to the church and the coals in fire built for will be "What Does Religion Mean ,
17 and 18 olds today a
\\,4, ? ,r i;, Farm HospitalAt among year the scores predominate of candidate; Rev. Walden presentedthe warmth throwing away lighted To Me?" For the evening ser- SALARY $20.00 for 40 hours work. Tone and
Bible and Rev. Wilson led the and stubs and vice at 7 p. m. his topic will be CM
cigar cigarette
a of the Chamber men daily visiting the Recruiting
meeting for
"The of Bible half over time and hours! worked In
<$, ; i tl n! of Commerce here Tuesday night Station at Room 250. in the Jacksonville ordination prayer. burning matches are ways in Danger excn of
1I' An interested congregation of which hunters have started study is held at 10 a. m. and mid- 40 In anyone week. Time and one half for
I' ; t BIll l i it was decided to petition authorities Po s t Office Building very !' tea
", fi r of the State Prison Farm to Leading attraction is the fact that members and friends witnessed destructive forest fires. Dousing week Bible Study on Wednesdayat day work and extra pay for late hours. Taxi Mr.
t F r this inspirational service or the ashes of fire 7 p, m.
covering a
continue for
{ accepting "outside" pa- boys volunteering army service vice furnished for lute hours.
r s n 9 tients in the prison hospital for at that age will be able to with sand mashing out the lighted Isn't good at all to burn up valuable

')\' i at least the next six months. retire for life, at comfortable pay, Monteith To Head ends of cigars and cigarettes, timber through carelessness d Good opportunity for promotion and a fine future
L r when they are 37 or 38 of this with quite satisfactory results -
a ; It has been reported that officials years jf ambitious.
Clothing DriveD. and there Is no you are
reason why YOU ARE NKEOEI In the
planned close the hospital -
{ age.Desire others who endeavor to Increase .
to outside patients after the for travel Is a.close sec Monteith Vacations with sickness benefits
r A. has acceptedthe the game on their places should TODAY. pay a pecslo
r s 'I first of December and the petition ond In the reasons for enlistment. I
t chairmanship of the Bradford not also try It. plan comfortable lounge and club .
room anti
> P Never before In plraeant
now being circulated American history I
MI; ill points County organization for the com- T TE'.F."T Of TUB OWNERSHIP
out that this would Inflict a great has the American youth had so Collection There's anothei- I idea which MANAaHMK'VT.' Clm:MOTION surroundings
ing Victory Clothing some farmers think about.If J TC., HKQUIHKI: HV Tilt
't might
[ hardship on the people of this many opportunities to visit remote This collection for overseas reliefis ACm OK CO'VbHRW OP AURITSTZ4.
1 section. they encourage and protect AM Como In today for complete
and interesting parts of the scheduled to be made 112. ) MARCH a 111.13. Information and \talk

rf4? The prison hospital has accepted :' world, at the same time expanding 7-31 and Henry :J, Kaiser January will game birds, perhaps plant some published O! Bradford weekly County at Starke Telegraph, Flor-, to Mrs." Edith Cameron. Hours 9 I a. m. to 4 p m

tr outside patients for the past his knowledge, experience and serve as National chairman of special crops for them, they will ida, for October 1 1945.STATE .
k .,cn % several "war Men Increase coveys and the size of OF FLOKIDA )
y1 Y years as a. emerg- background. : enlisting for this collection as he served last ) n
y'r ency measure." However, it is three-year periods, it was an spring on the United National coveys on their land. Why not COUNTY OF BRADFORD ) SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE

f, pointed out here that the emerg- nounced, are enabled to choose Clothing Collection which netted try it, and sell hunting rights to for afore the State me, a and notary county public aforesaid In and

ency still exists due to overcrowded the branch of service and theatreof clothing, etc. for 25,000,000 war hunters? Some farmers have done personally appeared E. L Matthew, & TELEGRAPH CO.
$ conditions in this area. operations they prefer. i and breaking matches In two be- who, having been duly sworn according -
victims In
a Europe, Philippines i. to law, deposes and
I nay
'A hospital for Starke4 a leading Former veterans considering! a and China. fore throwing them down are that he U the owner of the Bradford 110 Madison St. Starke, Flondl
? f project on the Chamber of ways of preventing such fires. County Telegraph and that the following
return to the Army may obtain All persons are asked to begin It's In. to the beat of his knowl-
tr a rt Commerce for great to go hunting, but it and
t program post-war now collecting usable items of edge belief, a true statement
full Information
S projects, but'' in the meanwhile regarding reenlistment -
clothing, etc. for this drive as a
J 4Y f' the need for hospital facilities bonus, 00-day furlough, concerted effort must be made to

here is critical, it was pointed and other features, upon inquiryat finish the drive\ in less than a
.' I uh r out. the Recruiting Station In Jacksonville month.

p open daily. Detailed Information I.
J ,. ,y JOIN TilE CIIAMDEK OF may also be obtained YOU ARE NEEDED in the

t4 t4b + y, s OOMMKKCB, : and help build from the Post Recruiting. Officerat CHAMBER OF COMMKKCK.

Camp BlandIng. JOIN TODAY.

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Now, in this final great drive, it' our job to buy Positive-Action Hydraulic Brakes for smooth, safe, positive stops.

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!.T.-r.MBEB %__3. _194.5_ BRADFORD COUNTY_ Tll1AfRArwWrAUar. ''LORIDA PACK_ __ SEVEN___ _n_
. . it. D. Starling. I -- ---

. Mr. and Mrs.! G. T. Norman Clyde of Winter Garden came home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams. publlah thin Order In next four Chalmera Alfred Mann. Inty Telegraph shall publish thin'
were Sunday to visit her mother and weekly l issues. hose residence la Hq. *" 132391111'1 I letIn next four weekly ,...u..*.
visiting her parents: In Lake Butler father, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wltneaa my haml and officialaeal SSlet A. M. Uroup All 290, I (mess my hand and official neal
i1 lbronnifrv b recently.Pvt. N. Nor Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brown haveas at Stark, Florida, this November master New York New tarkl, Florida, thl. November

( The f'rh.ult. . . W. L. Eddins received his man.Mr.. and Mrs Joe Thomas 2-c their Gordon guests their son, AOM: ( IS,. S1AI.194ft.OFFICIAL. ..) A. J. Thomas, December You are 11.required 1945. to In appear the above on I OFFICIAL 1945. REAL) A. J, Thomas, }'
Weest Aa Clerk of
were with said Court.
e discharge from the at ned Court and cause, wherein AB Clerk of said Court i i
army Camp shopping la Gainesville Saturday. and two daughters. Betty and T. Frank andrum, Btftrko. Fla. Intlff ...ka divorce Bradford Kach I(. Douclaa, Ualneavllle, Fla.
of Blanding, Monday morning.Sgt. Ally for rif. ll-l ft 12.1 Inty Telegraph shall publish this for Plf. It4t
Sapp, son Mr. and Louise of Miami. Atty. 11-30:
Mrs Odell
Allen Green were Gordon Is enjoying let In next four weekly laHUea.Wltne .
Eldon sapp was Mitchel Knight, son of Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Starling j ; a 30-day leave with rela- 'VOTlr.1 >a my hand and official "
!ftl i CIRCUIT COURT nnAitronnroilll
Farm Hos- and Mrs. D. I. Knight arrived tives NOTICH IS IIKUKHV' GIVEN: that I at Htarke, Florida this No-
the State home Sunday afternoon and will report to Macon the underpinned are engraved In . .Aber e, 1945.OFFLCIAI. FLOIIII>.tl IV nUN i !
at- Sunday 32 .
a rim'
sudden fur-
,ecK with a day Mr. and Mrs Joe Thomas Lillian Ga., on December 6th. bimlnexa under the flctltloua name ( BRA t.) A. J. Thomas,
after U Parrlah,, Plaintiff,, Willie
home again lough spending 16 months of DowllnaHrothern, loomed on AM Clerk of sold Court va.
IUS, He nicely. overseas. He will report back to Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.E. Mrs. Frances Wadaworth Is lllKhway U. Stark. Florida. and Kach I{. Douglas, Ualneavllle. Fla. __e Parrlah, Defendant. Case No. I:'
along' A. Green Intend to register the sold fletltloui. 4038.OliDRR, ""fl.
Iling and family enjoyed a teaching Mrs. Floy Sullivan's\ Atly. for Plf. 11.9t 11-30
and Cherry Point, N. C. name In the Office of the Clerk. of OF PUBLICATION AND .':If
may. Ottts :Morgan Mr. and Mrs. picnic dinner at Mandarin Sunday. room at school this week while the Circuit Court of Bradford NOTICE TO APPEAR :. "

(ended the graduationthe G. A. Crews and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Green of Mrs. Sullivan Is absent due to County Fla. STATK OF FIX>RIDA to: Willie ;
St Vincent's, Host family spent Sunday with their Baldwin her husband's Illness. E. J. Dowllng;. Jr. iv ('inn'IT rOt Ii 1'. ISIS 'nF014n Mae 1'arrlnh, Henldenoe Unknown. {

nursing' at St. son, C. W. Crews In Jacksonville. were visiting here Sun 11-S 4t 11-23\V. E. Dowt/nir tit,ark. Fla. .ol'.r1'.. ...1.UIlIU\1 iv 'II'ot: You are required to appear on -<
I Ralph Crews of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn left ('10:11":: '. December 3rd l, 1946 In the above
iolle Churc Jack- Daisy Ga., Is day.Mr. Mary Lou Moore Plaintiff V. Rll named Court and cause. wherein '
: on Monday for Tatares and /
Miss Jewel home with his parents, Mr. and and :Mrs. Joe Thomas! and points iv CIHCI IT e-o1RT, nit \UFOlin M.Ioore.! Defendant.. ('a.. No. plaintiff reeks. divorce. Bradford
C cent y was Mrs. G. A. Crews. daughter Lillian went to Green south where they will visit friends COIM-I.' FI.OIIIU.1 ivMabel 4'ILl\. 41511.ORDKR. County Telegraph shall publish. this 1
ster ot Mr. Morgan Cove and enjoy the deer hunting.Mrs. C'tI" OF pmUJCATIOV: AND Order In next four weekly l lasts... ;'
Mrs. R. J\[, McCarthy and Springs to see the ships an- White Plaintiff m. Charlie NOTICM TO APPHAH' Witness. my hand and official
graduates. chored In the river. O. W. Rahme Sr., left on White, Defendant. Case No. 4180\ STATK OF FI/DR1DA tot Ell M. eal.IIt Hinrke' Florida, this November :
R. C Carter were daughter, Elizabeth, spent Sunday ORDER OK 1THL.ICATION Moore, Itevldence I'nknown. 2, 1S45" a
Mrs! Shaw in Jack- with Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Clark. We are expecting to have a Wednesday for Miami where she AND NI"'ITtc1TO AfPHAK You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas,
3It s I grand Thanksgiving holiday. Thenwe will visit her son-In-law and 1'1'ATJol0J'IAIH..A' to: Charlie December 11, 1943. In the above Aa Clerk of said Court 1+ uy
Lucille and Emma Joe Brown \Vhlt, who... renldenc and addrenN named Court and canes., wherein K. o Brown Starke, Kla. Atty.
I Sunday with begin thinking about Christ- daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Grafton In: fuuthweaiern State llo.- Intlff seeks divorce Uradford for Plf. lt-9 4t 11-30
Mrs Marklee Starling spent Evelyn Clark. mas and Santa Claus. Of Adklns. pltnl !Marion, Virginia q
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and course You are hereby required la ap
Norman I family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. we have all begun to be good boys Miss Hazel Brown of Jacksonville pear on Decemlier.. 17th 194.1 In the I
and girls so that Santa will fill the week-end her ahnvo named" C'ourt and c a.. .a e,
spent with
Cocoa.Kirkland of Lake Raleigh Conner Sunday. wherein plaintiff sis I e ka divorce. Can Use More
) : and our stockings well.Theressa, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie r.riulford( County Telegraph shall 4 Pulpwood
rlSin i'i'+* Mr and Mrs Mr. Mrs. A. W. Brown and Brown. I publish this order In next four F Fl1'RITF.

I Mr and Mrs. S. R.. Clark spentSunday e . . . . e weekly IKOUPKWltnefa .
with Mrs. Mrs. Let tie Pnrker of Starke my hand and nfflclnl, TIMHEK 1)L 1'T, ,
Mary Brown. seal I at Starke. Florida. this. NoVftnher .
1 Mr, and Mrs.\ : Ed Robinson and spent Sunday aa the guest of Mr. IS, 19.:;. Container 'orp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla. t ;1 wv
and Mrs J. C. Wynn. (OFFICIAL HKAl.) A. J. Thomas,
66Preparations Ray Wilson of Jacksonville were I Ax Cl"rk of said' l ('.>uit. r
visiting Mr. and ]Mrs\ Fred Lanier Iy Miss! : Ida Fagan Douglas Hardy, who has beenin T, Frank Uindriim Starke. Kla. .,. tea rt
ETO for the arrivf'llSatul'day Atty. for I'lf. 11." 4t ISY ? , .
recently. past year ---------_._,--,_._._-
I e . . . . . night, and reported to --

Mrs. Harvey Edwards was visit- Cpl. Murny Castleberry has Camp Blanding. "o'rlf' M For Safety, Comfort and Economy . '

Tablets. Sale, Nose ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. I his discharge and returnedto received :Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Waddell and TO This WHOM I I.: to IT certify MAY CO.VCKRN that: on : the r ... r ... ....... '
J. N. Norman
rIM! Only ,\II Directed | Saturday. his home. He spent' four anda little daughter. Shelby who have 17th day of December, 1945. I willapply FOR COI'KTKOUMCOKKECT: ru, {/ 7
:Mrs. Marvin Hubbard and son to the County '
JudK of .4lpai .
half :years In the Army, with spent three months in this community Bradford County to Bell at private IJWt' ,1 V"v. ;

22 months of that time overseas. left on Friday by car for sale for cash the Interest of Wile

He Is with his wife, Mrs. :It their home in Rockville\ Md.. a and liam F to, lover the following Jr. minor described; In INFORMATION 8US uw .

eIIpr Castleberry, and parents. few hours after Mr. Waddell received lands In Bradford County' Florida' IP m.1
Mrs J. C. Cochrane has returned his discharge from the to "',...t.h..lf. of Itlork Intermit II. In accordInir and.- rieiuin Phone 147 9"1

after time In Army at Camp Blanding.Mrs. to \lOnnoy'B Sutyoy of Hamp/ .
spending some a
J. T. and ton Florida, and 1:"..I-hnlf (,if
hospital in Atlanta, Ga. We are I Guy Emory Guy niock 31 and 33 of UlitiKlon'n Ad Hide Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses
I have been visiting Mrs. Wallace dition to fk
glad that she Is In good health. . Town of Hampton, Florida -
Joplin Jr., In Lake City.J. UNION BUS STATION
Emma ,
I .
Mrs. W. D. Garrett has returned Clover An Uunrdlan.
C. Warren has received his ll-ltt 61 12-7 Ave. ,
to Daytona Beach after spend- Temple L.CYCOSWAY.Jt'ot, StarliP. Fit* i ;;It
discharge from the Navy and is ,. 1
\ .aSD-auanenae.-euSnen .ean -
ing week with her mother Mrs.J. .
now here with his'wife and family
P. Dickinson, 'r\\ moton: .
at the home of Mrs. Warren's .. Ii
( eim
Walter Swindell rldi
was visiting mother Mrs. G. \V Hinson. NOTICE 18 HKHKHV (O1VR.V,
Lake Geneva Friday night. That Donald Stern holder of Tax

We are glad that J. J. Zeigler JOIN THE O II .\ :M II E II OF Certificate day of August No. A.1041 D., Issued 10.13, hat the. filed 7th

=- !is able to be up. COMMKKCK: : and help| build same In my office and has mad

--- Mrs. Alice Jones was visitingIn Stark. application Issued thereon.for a Hald tax deed certificate tn Im 6T7mM4ie

I Jacksonville this week, embrace" the following deacrlhed
W. D. Garrett has returned to 1% ruin 1'(' col ii'p. mi 51)1 KOIIIMMNTl > property In the County nf Urudford.
l\ ('lliiiv. \% of
"Pl.lllllll State I"h..ld"I tn-wlt:
Daytona Beach after spending the <' : W..H. of 8ii j : of NK'i Woo, 2J Twp
week-end with his mother-in-law John II Cole Plaintiff vc Ciirolyn A M lI. 23 1 K:L, containing)! /: 20 Acres,
Cole, Defendant fnne No. 412.OUHKIt "more or IOKH )
=-- Mrs. J. P. Dickinson. OF PtTHLlCATIONANI The n..p.<>..mrnent of the unld property -
We are glad that Bobby Hall. > NOTICH TO AIM-UAH: under the said certificate l I.-
ST,1TiOp' I Lloyd Alford and Truman Dickinson Cole, whose residence and addreuMIH Stern.

are improving in the Alachua unknown. Unless said. certlflcat shall be
You art hereby required to appear redeemed
County Hospital In Gainesville on oc"l1Ih..r! 18, 11145 In the property decrlbed'therein according. to law, the 't
.above named Court an'c' a u" e, .sold will bIt
after receiving serious injuries In to the hlNrheat hlcldxr. at the
wherein plaintiff e e k. divorce.Hradrnrd
court bourn door
on the first !Man-
accident last week.
a motorcycle hall
County Telegraph! day In the month uf Decemlier
Cpl. and Mrs Robert Dupontand publish this Order In next. four 194S which la the 3rd ,
day of De

f\S\\ f.EtS1 children Bobbie and Elaine weekly iHMuea.VVItneHx my. hand and official 1 cember Dated 1845.thin lat day of November, NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU

sea and Mrs. W. W. Packham were seal at Btarke. Florida, this November 1945.
CI\EO\.E\ \0' sA 9. 1945. (OFFICIAL REALA..
with Palatka Thomas,
In Thursday.Miss
shopping .
Snfettle bet 1.\ ,anCeot -- (OFFICIAL SHAM A. J. Thomas, Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford.
,.1.\ eves Elizabeth Phillips of AH Clerk of said Court. County Florida
a.b nr 11-8
.f .4 D tomatoes FlorldaAlly. 4t 11-23
:\1'11' a not 10. K Ferryman, Starke lt,
father D. J. -
Starke visited her ,
deep 1& 0. b.! for 1'lf. 11-1S 4t 13IN. -?
.. 711" 1111. a pull vat.r' e the weekend.Hampton. IV CIHCI IT roi'Itr, 1111 \n.'onn
CkoV Phillips, over C -
pot cmTV. Old Place *
.pp.rell' ri.oiiiii\i it Sarge's
tosl is 101\0"1 ". 1. r.4 >N ctnrrrr cornr. BIIAHFOIUJOVNTV fKHV.ABIIOH riiAN-

t&1I1.\l001I', Wbole, .U8P1C. 11'111"\"s . '. . . . "' FLOMIUAl IX" CHAN- Moody An<'lpr..on. Plaintiff,

q./f..shots\ .t( "q*; $ $-29*"'! iI 'o 'FrS"'H"> "Tftl iflnV" 1uTSIf"vsiuhn 1 V Case,. Hal No.Boyd 4117.ORhnIt .Anderson, Defendant.

pith .pit \0. b tore C* Illnnon'; llefendant.. Case OF Pt'TTLir-ATIOV( STARKE'S ORIGINAL
1\11'\ ,..ll1"tI. NO.; 411*. s"OHDETl
( .lists on site. ..11"ouve. (JF PtTHLICATION API'lOAU
.10",11 belled
.rve >> OP FLORIDA
to JIll I
rtrf luuon of e. By ctn. M. C. Swwney AND NOTICH TO APPEAR Ioy Anderson, llrjx 4')1! : ARMYSTORE
wl serv" Florence
.lIte' 01 ,lSes .,,110<1. . e r . . STATE O\9<' FLORIDA) tot! John CHlnHon Mouth Carolina. ,
o"rnl.b 'W1\1I a green, 1 whose residence and address You are required,, to appear
loafs. ... Serve I I" 58 IJtiern Street, Charleston December fin
3 1915:
plc.!' COIIrl"or In the abovenamed
or tob' A Special Thanksgiving Prayer South Carolina.,
a'1,a ,5.00 u. ,oat Service will be held at the First You are hereby required to .Appear Court. and cauiin, wherein
Send plaintiff fieeka dlvorf
", on December" litho I IMS, In the and rentor-
;JAx of Ibis tectV' If pub- Baptist Church on Thanksgiving above named' Court and c a u a e, noun/ of Maldi'M, Name' llradford
\ eases\ 1\1 nee.regtoa evening, Nov. 22ml at 7:30: p. m. wherein plaintiff, is e.e k. divorce (County jrcl-r. In Telenrrai shall 'iiulillHh this ,+aii cols
r.dP' tot i next four weekly IKNUCII.Vltneoa .
"% Itradfnnl County Telegraph' hall r
will b. Brew.JAx : with the pastor the Rev. W. A. publish this Order in oust four' \ my hand and official Authorized s
,5.00 Jdl\Or. ; soul I at gtiirke, Florida, this t +
lisped weekly lufuien.WltneHH Octo- r.
Scott In charge. Everyone hasa her 2!'th .
g.clVAddrslst rloy1lh< my liaml. and official l 4.1.rOFKICIAL By The 'War Department
rllek.on"U1', moat cordial Invitation to at- Deal I at Starko. Florida, this November SEAL) A. J. Thomas, a
Cox ; 14, 1145.OFKICIAJ Aa Clerk of said Couit.
tag -
tend.The ( SKAIO) .JA. J. Thomas, T. Frank T/nndrum, :tttarke, Florida
Thanksgiving Theme will AH Clerk of Bald Court. Att. for Pit. 11-2 4t 11-23 OperatedBy

be carried out in a special combination T. Frank indriini, Htarke, Fla.

Chapel program at the All)'. fur rir. 11-10 4t 12-7 iv < f -- ('01 .
Hampton School on Wednesday iv CIItC11T ((011(1' mi ti>K<>nii riouv.Mary ,,
morning at 10 o'clock. School (.5)!"NTV, 1"1.014111.\1| 1% flltV-' Fellerman nenrnnmhe. Plaintiff -
4'KIIV.Charlex; va. Klkanah Ilenmoaclie. .
Da ,
will then be dismissed for a four V. Ttrenctte.' '' Plaintiff, v fenilant. ('a". No 4141. '
day holiday. Mary h. Brunette, Defendant. CaseNo ) ORDER OF PlIffLlCATrON ', HEADQUARTERSFOR
i iI Allen Touchton of 41 S.OIlDETl. AND NOTICE 'r( AI'l'MAn '
Tampa have been recent guests > NOTICE TO APPEAR Klkanah Benmosrhe, real* :
of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. F. Touch- STATE OF FIXmiDA to! Mary dente IH 600 Went lllth Street NOVELTIES and JEWELRY
L. HreHette, whose residence. and New York New York and whose I
l ton. address In. : 209 S.wall Street, 'Augrunta Peat Office Address' la Mr. Klkunnh
Mrs. Dan Johnson and daughters Maine. Benmoache % Chertoff 135 W.
You are appear Hudson Street, Long ll"avh, I.. I..
Mrs. Frances Broome and j I I on Der..mb.ty11thU1fl45tla! the New York.
Miss June Johnson of Jackson shout named Court and eau.s, You are rectutred. to appear nn ]Ben Suslow'sArmy
i wherein plaintiff s e e k s divorce. December 3, 194., In th above
have been visiting at the j scones .
t vile Bradford County Telegraph shall Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff. iieeka divorce and r* tori -
LItER atlon of Maiden. .
.,; ,. .:- ,' .. i: County Telegraph shag nam publish llradford thus s yt'fl
Order In next four weekly lixuun.
M1gy Witness my hand and official .
JUST RELEASED Neat at Starke, Florida this Nov..mb..r N
1 1945.IUFFICIAL .
209 I E. Call Street Starke Fla
F ( SHAD A. J. Thomas, ,
A.. Clerk of Bald Court.
1 New Portable T. Frank "indrum, Hturke. Florida
and Att. for Plf. 11-2; 4t 11-23

Yes Sweeter Tastier Bread
iv fincriT ;
Cast Iron Stoves tot HT. iiiiAnponn
Topless .
MelloWBeef (fKIIV.fOrVTV KI.OIIIUAl IN ('''''N- r+t''.

Joe William, .
Plaintiff. v' Jeanette -

Useable as FIREPLACE GRATESand 4107. Wllllama, Defendant. Case Nq.. . with FIEISCHMANN'SA,

'..TJI: OF FLORIDA to: Jean
24'.x12"-9" HIGH I Wllllama, Residence Unknown. .: I r'i
ads foil arc required to appear on FRESH
.g\OO lember II, 1845. In th* above
t af"e'C"s a 22.50 rMmed Court and, caua, wherein
0 plaintiff ."ek.. divorce. Pradford

, Sheleaaid\ ev"an cea when them', _._._ _, AJ _ __ u .., -- -.-.-, - Order County In T.isgraphpublish neat four weekly I l I..NU.. thin 11EAST
ing Wltnaaa. my hand and official /l

\"l<. ..' t ac appetl1fe No. 7 National Pressure Cooker Heal ber 9 at. H45.OFFICIAL Stark. Florida, this Novem

..900'b. embOJy Southeastern ( BKAL) A. 3. Thomas,
''' \ sCteoeEish 17.80COLEMAN& A.. Clerk of aaUl Court.
: i\IL'
out utheas, Xii.-h II. Douglas. OalneHVllle. Fla.
Wblch S .. ...... Atty, for Plf. 11-9 41 11-80
\tot ,, ------- '' - -- -
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90001. t AMERICAN iv ('IIIf'I'IT roi-HT. inii>ponn
\ o such, ('(! VTV. "" (.OIUII'I IV ('II ANC >
o a1 Ofnk \ FIt Y. .f f pry' '.
of0' ,e11"1)p..y.Vf'C \\i GASOLINE LANTERNS Marl Mann Plaintiff v.. Chalmera
eat Rtlab' c.ofC\P. as Alfred )Mann Defendant. Can No. nr
\e ona1to o eodneSs 4169,
'\ < I' 6.90 to 9.28 ORDER: OF PUntJCATfON: AND:
r to .aseecial NOTICK I : TO APPMSAItHTATK
) jetteshin3\ Pt OF" FIXJHIDA to: Cpl. / n

44 \' ec.a : .'rc TNki ftllie
go as es 01\\01\.9 Other Items Just Received 1
sp 3 Beware Coughsfrom This active fresh
its blew \ yeast goes right to work, gives

.\ h'9blYs oI... ?one l jp.'J.I.0\. f'llcfC\iufC\ common colds you full value because it'a full strength. And bread

t, not. Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast tastes

tast qua'of COAL GRATES That Hang On sweeter, is lighter, more tender.If .
\ premium\ ==== Creomulston relieves because you bake at home-Get Flei chmann's '
= prom
5 and 10 Ib SYRUP CANS It croes right to the
active fresh Yeast
with the familiar yellow t
ptice trouble to help loosen and expel 'rtii ,

= = $ayMX! :, GARDEN RAKES HOES AXES soothe phlegm, and tender label-America's dependable yeast favorite ' ''
to and heal raw, Inflamed ?
yen res'f Hey bronchial mucous memo for over three generations., / y'M

.._ Irfrvr deer t tepiytiaF branes.TeU your druggist to Bell youa ./ k

\ HARDWARE CO. bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding
BRADFORD you must like the way It j

I / 1 I quickly allays the cough or ;you are r1JJJdrh-titfJUlb '
I 1 fI to ';,
Owner ;l1P- I ;
J. B. Carlisle, ifeOMULSIONfor '. ,
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", i V\OE KIGIITMethodist .
Mrs. J. P Roberts. fires; and three hospital fires.

Church Methodist WSCS The large cake was beautifully In the last decade 100,000 per

e tx , Elects New OfficersThe decorated with "Happy BirthdayTommy" ., sons were burned to death In the \
j Sunday will be "Bring Your floral million fires j--e-to-ae
r ? and a lovely sprayIn United States In six

'" Parents" day for the children of ,Woman's Society of Chris. green and pink with six green that ravaged property valued at "

,\, ftt, the Methodist Church with each tlan Service met Monday after- candles. three billion dollars. ', "

,I, Child who brings parent or grand noon in the Methodist church, and Prizes were awarded for "pin
, :,: to the morning service at ,
r:;. parents the meeting was opened wIth' ning the tall on the donkey" and IV -uttiiT f' UHr.Oltri. BitDFOrlp
II o'clock being given a special W. ', KI.OHIIHI lt'll "%- "
\ 1; prayer by the president Mis." the children enjoyed playingwith I
to ll.HT.Hnward;
award All parents are urged
E. Middleton. bubble sets. Tommy received Tucker, Plaintiff, vs AnnaTucker .
I' r I
cooperate with their children by Mrs. E K. Perryman transacted many nice gifts which he opened Defendant' Case No. 4188.OKhKU "
+I accompanying them to the ser OK PITRI''ATION
t;; her duties a:* secretary, and during the party. AND NOTICE TO APPKAfl ,",I

1. ( "Ice.t Mrs. Titus Olson read the flnancial !. Outside guests were Perman STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anna
', Services Sunday will be conducted for the past month. Tucker who. address In 1405 -
t u( report Roberts Bob -Smith and Helen Camd, New Jersey.You .
I 'I .,k f A by the Rev. John M. Sikes Mrs, A. Wood' vhova." a delegate Haines and Mrs. Roberts' mother, CNN" Avenue are required to appear on

of Dunellon who Is now conducting to the district convention !in of Graham. December 24, 1945, In the above
Mrs. Chesley Fogg wherein
+ u' a.series. of meetings twice Gainesville, gave an interesting plaintiff named Court exeks and dlvor cause(.... Bradford

t dally In connection with thechurch's report of the proceedings.The County Telegraph shall publish IhlllOrd..r
{' "Get Acquainted Week", PresbyterianMembers In next four weekly Issue 1
I" nominating committee presented Witness my hand and official seal
.' now in progrfs. The meetings the following names as of- at Starke t Florida, this. November
will continue through Nov. 30, at I of the Ladles Auxiliaryof 21, 1616.OFFICIAL. 4Iw ,
I fleers for the coming year: President Church will J. Thomas
the Presbyterian SEAL) A
:. r' 10 a. m. and 7:30: p. m., each (
i, Mrs. W. E. Middleton; vice- meeting at the A. said ('ourt. '
hold their
A special regular rkM dark
except Saturday oV Fifth Floor
1' day Wm.
Mrs. L, D. Vining secretary -
president, ; Holtzendorf for
effort is being made to have all home of Mrs. .B. C. HIr-JII' Jacksonville, fo'la. \tty
Mrs. F H. Long/ ; corresponding 27. l'lf. n-23 4t 12.16I
\ \ ; members on the roll become more at 7:30: p. m, Tuesday, Nov.
1 secretary, Miss -
I affiliated with the church'sactivities Mrs. May Dickens will have
;t }r + t closely become Ray; treasurer, Mrs. Titus Olson; charge of the program and Rev. i 'ot'HT. lllttFfY -
''I'. ,? ,1 { ; and also to acquainted missionary education, Mrs. I. P. ('01" 1"TFI ""%1RIY\
J. L. West will meet with the
with prospective new .
"E4 (
., I Shepherd; social Christian relations society and give a talk on "World Marjorie Marie S h f field Llsk, 1I'
y a members. Mrs L. A. Davis; secretaryof All members are Plaintiff vs. Howell Coogler Lick

sSp 't ; 1; w Mr. Sikes lit accompanied during youth work, Mrs W. J. Church- attend this meeting. Defendant. Case No. 4187
his stay in Starke by his well; secretary of children's ORDER NOTICE OF ptTBLiCATiovAND TO APPEAR } aaiJ.g

wife who is an accomplished song work, Miss Kate Struth; spiritual STATE OF FLORIDA to: Howellroegler ,

leader and conducts this popular life and publications, Mrs. A. Red Cross Stresses Llek, 34537.1lfl( 2S71t S. :'

feature at each service. Wood; secretary of student work, Fire PreventionRed C. U., ,Virginia.You Med\ Del. Med. Co.. Fort Uelvolr I ."ft' 16-Pago

4 ,,44 i The pastor, the Rev. W.c J, Mrs. T. T. Long; circle leaders, are required to appear on ; Comic ,

1 '! i 1 Churchwell, extends a cordial invitation Mrs. A Z. Adkins and Mrs. A. W. Cross Chapters all over'the December named, Court 24.. and 1945,cause In. the, therein above Hook I)

; to all member and Anderson. All the above named United States participated with plaintiff seeks divorce PVadford
j ; friends of the church to attend officers were unanimously elected. other agencies in a campaign to County Telegraph shall publish' issues.Witness .this. Wise Old Owl by Walt
ti Order In next four weekly I
la servicesPine. devotional service led Disney
these The was prevent fires during the week of my hand and official

I by Mrs. W. J. Churchwell, who October 7-13, 1945 which was proclaimed seal at Starke, Florida, this November COOKIE JAR k ) :, Follow the welting ufoo.

. . . . . gave a beautiful talk on the subject by President Truman as 21, 1645.OFFICIAL. .I;: tures of Donald nut Mickey,
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As color,
': Level of Thanksgiving. The No- Fire Prevention Week. Clerk of said Court.R. I:;9' '-- l
.svnA :; 2 ere
vember program was presented by H. Duncan. 617 Lynch Bldg. l b seA
The Bradford County Chapterheld for
Jacksonville, Florida Attys. of /
Miss Olive Ray, who gave a well- 12-14 big fellow, he holds lots
: k; Pf By Mm. II. M. McRae classes in Accident Prevention Plf 11.23 4t Brightly colored. Jf
1 . . prepared talk on the subject cookies. ,
i t . . e e emphasizing fire hazards and NOTICE Idea. v
Good wonderful gift J.1
Technique In Building ) F'VOrltt
their prevention.The OIVEx"that
9 IUKTIIDAV CELKBKATION Will", which was taken from the the undersigned are engaged In .' 'i&3rU2r & GIt( Idle
A birthday celebration was enJoyed .I annual program book, "Behold I National Fire Prevention business under the fictitious name .
Association released the following of The Chatter Box at 218 TempleAve. d #
y; last Sunday at the home of, have set before thee an open ., Starke Florida( and Intendto N

ll a Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae In'' door." statistics recently: register the said fictitious name WI
+ .i't In the office of the Clerk of the Whistling C a
honor of Mr. :McRae's 74th an I Mrs. W.' B. Sewell closed the At least 7000 persons perish circuit Court of Bradford County, 'ft-j"

? + f ++ 1 niversary. A bountiful dinner was meeting with prayer. every year in home fires alone. Florida. ( .. TEAKETTLE 1

spread on tables arranged on the I 1000 homes are attacked by Juanita M Mitchell,
George A. Mitchell 1.30
+ g
w i '' front veianda Present for this Baptist R. A.s fires every day. 11.23 4t 12.14

occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. T. Once every 50 minutes someone Two-qnart size, )Sparkling glass. % tsaman

; tf. Norman and son Gerald, Mr. And Brotherhood burns to death. NOTICE A cheery wilatlo tails when the s nosng ,ew?

1 all of Gum Last 3500 members of TO WHOM: IT !MAY\ CONCERN: water boils.
and Mrs. E. C. Sapp, year
its 6 r Enjoy BanquetMembers Thin U to certify that I have
ro Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mc farm families were burned to filed my Final Upturn and made '

' f t) i Rae, Mr. and Mrs W J. McRae'and of the Brother death In fires that destroyed $90,- application. to the County Judge of Glass Covered t --
Baptist ford County, Florida, for Final
""f family, Mr. and Mrs. B M. hood and the Royal Ambassadors 000,000 worth of property. Discharge as Executors of the '.. ( Hostess Troy

a ,+ Ity 'McRae, and family Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed a banquet at the church Every day there are 1800 fires; that Estate said of application C. I'. Ward, for deceased discharge and Several dainty pattern* to

) I* A. Crosby and family, Mrs.. Tuesday night. 28 deaths by fire; 100 home fires;, will be heard upon the 25th day of choose from. 11x20- 69

t41, y' ,, Rvelyn: Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. I. Their separate work was reviewed 130 store fires; 100 factory fires; I I I December Burner. C., 1145 Ward This and Harvey Nov. 20,Ward 1945 Snch. t .Juvenile

r, Robert Taylor Mr. and Mrs Owen by a number of speakersand seven church fires; seven school aa Executors. 11.23 4t 12.14 Fire-King Casserole FICTION
McRae, Mrs. Robert Myrick and
a toast song entitled "Pledge -- '
s 'rl Rev., and Mrs. W. E. Hall, all of Vse the cover for pies ;
41 y a N of Love" sung to the tune of e capacity.' Shiny, SUe
f this section Mr. and Mrs A. F. lY..quan QOc
{' !IM Hall and family of Jacksonville, Auld Lang Syne and prepared by CLASSIFIED. .asr-to-cleaa glass. E.,
Mrs. Ralph Alvarez was sung by
( Mrs. H. L. Hayes and mother, Here are the
; the - ----- ---- - --- ------ -- - --- ftrotfti
,, i9 [1"" White and Miss Wanda Jean"ayes group.A stories chlldliooil-
r I all of Gainesville. numoer of musical selections FOR RENT OR SALE-Small house FOR SALE-1H lots with pecan Double D 0 U.. !
and farm six mile below Starke, trees, near school. See Mrs. J. E. Glass good advintnr tats
Mr. McRae received many nice was given by Mrs. Merton Gallo electricity, fruit and pecans, on Ormond, State Farm Road at cool-In. 6 crammed
b Kchool John W". Ton can see what's With whet.a .
lh way and her sister, Miss June hard road near Lake St. 11-18 2tp
Ifts and the relatives and friends Patel. Several speakers entertained Napier, Box 368, Green COT. a Guaranteed against heat 2.69 t some ucltement.breakaae. .
)f ; xl Irfft: wishing him many more happy Springs Fla. 11.9 8tp FOR SALE-Small Farm Home lYri" '
with stories and gave brief convenient to the open range. g
i birthdays. words of encouragement.The 'VANTED-Whit* and-colored labor Nine tenths of cltYl 0, po tofflce. (
r r y, for general crate mill work. One half block from city limit.
? r ) $ Rev. W E. Hall filled his regular ladies of"the Woman's' Missionary Ample houses Nocatee-Manatee Fenced, cultivated, good soil a' ,
t : Crate Company. 11-9 2t Lights and water,' large oaks, ,.g. '
: 'i+" ,, a ? appointment at Pine Level Union, who are responsible bearing pecan and pear trees and SS ', i

; E +b Church Sunday morning and for the boy's activities, were HOME LAUNDRY Unfinished orflnl..hed grape vine. Outhou. en. \Vm. F.
j Cooks
evening. at Lester Kite's home, Cone, Three Friends Barber Shop. For 2 to 8 Year OWs For Wry Young
d 4 featured guests. Mrs. Ralph Alvarez 3 ml. out on highway 13, turn 11-16 3tp
wI N + '% a+ Owen McRae received his discharge Mrs. Louise Tenley and right 1 ml. on Hrooker road. Little
( from the USN Personnel Mrs. Tom: Herding with the helpof 11-9 Stp HAVE IT FIXED Many little A of Geoyenl
1 things are breaking up around Idea
Sep. Cent. In Jacksonville last the WMS and YW A, were in the house these days that you OC3 er sl a

k + r ; , Tuesday and he and Mrs. McRae charge of arrangements for the HOUSE FOR SALE would them replace This Is If Impossible you cmxd, get but I

1 f' t l are living in Starke. banquet. Five rooms and bath, cl< odIn maybe I can fix It. Ask for 9.9a

11, i Mr and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Blanchard Law served as Toastmaster mm por<'li. Completely furnished Frank<< at Telegraph Office. tf

L +t Mr. and Mrs. W C. Connor were and the Rev. Lewis D. with all modern convonlcncos. 1 1 C7

F dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Haines led a group of boys who Gait, electric! automatic FOR SALE: TOY .

f t' s Mrs. J. T Lewis and family of spoke on the advantages of a hot eater heater and CARltlER'S ;''. 1'ASTltY SET -

'f 14; Gum Branch. greater boys work here. gas heating stove. Located<< In GROCERY & MARKET t

( ar aY We are glad to report that The program was: "The History heart of town at 328 ,V. Cull Pretty clear maple finish. ,> 1.19 .

s 'it'' Klolse Dobbs little daughter of of RA," Ralph Alvarez, Jr; St. Inquire Jack Frledler Rog LocatedOn Wall mad to take hard use. h i
Has I I '
the little folks at everything from a rollIng -
,Atr; j P' ;i Sfit.; and Mrs. Alton Dobbs Is "Its Purposes," Billy Miles and er's Jewelers ISO K. Call St. Klngslcy Lake Delight Christmas. pin to a recipe book! j
much Improved after several days "Its Achieve men t and Needs," i handlingGASOILICE: 1j >

Hlbcss. Charles Mooney The last speaker MATTRESSES of all kind reno '
.a jffi8fcSffili '
\\XrJM vated: furniture upholstered and 5& y tl a..oi'
gave much honor to Mrs. Clyde reflnlshed Drop us a card And Doing Possibly 9100 .

=:;;=:: Priest, who Js RA leader. HASTINGS MATTRESS CO., E'ox Per Day A ;4 Doll
S30, Palatka Fla. U
Orle Wiggins, the new Brother- AT INVENTORY-PRICK; FOB wills the Famous F
- -- - -- -
hood President, promised the support \
t 4W W.C.T.U. of the men of the church to A. U. CARRIER Bine and white .' sweet
30 ROOMSCABINS Klngsley Village D-I with
bright rod
the Royal Ambassadors for the 1 98 "Miss FIassle"
wheels! Any little ,
1'E& LIQUOR STORES OUSTED coming year, FOR SALE .Minnesota Model C girl would, ton itl'
$ WWm ANDKITCIIENETTES sewing machine In first class 5.95:
w Under a new o r d I nance condition, 140. 410 East Madison. !

r off' ,tr, adopted by the city commission Birthday Party n Itp i1)r.als) : Sec head tilts ml

Ej ; St of the WANTED-.Couple to I take chargeof t
Douglas Georgia
i a Tommy Haines Gas Heat Gas Cooking and manage" Tourist Park. Ex- turns and her loop
main Btti-et of the town
are LightsCompletely Servlc. man preferred. W., T. 2.49 lashed eyes mon Exqnlsltely O
R S + r 1q ; to be cleared of liquor beer Tommy Haines entertained ,the Clute. lt draisei

cl 1 and wine stores after> the close members of his class LOST Mlnet n-iacl>.<
first grade Furnished -One boy'a blc y c I e, small A etrevs of fool Clown
T'4' of 1945. The only two liquor at school with a party Thursday miss' Tom Long, North of USO to
l building animals .to. all ready
or phone 1I8J.
.i t stores to b* operated- In the afternoon of last week in honorof Book A Room Ahead lip be assembled and painted

$r, + t ity wtU be- placed on the edge. his sixth birthday anniversary SALESLADY WANTED: Local resident -

1+ h? r ..f town. His mother, Mrs. Lewis D. Haineswas For 'Wife Or ParentsLARRY'S The Good pay. Apply It l' ,,

t eua, W l -The Union Signal. assisted l in entertaining the BUY YOUR WOOD at Kelly. Yard Educational/ Tool "RIDE'EM" Soft and CuddlY
I 30 children present by Mrs. Junius Phone 111. '
I Any
PLACE Iengthpine 01'
Mdi 'I t ' "" .:iiE II M. Smith oak at TRUCKS
and the room teacher, ceiling price, D. a
I I Kelly, 214 Thompson St. Itp
1000 Feet From B Gate

for SALE
ATTENTION VETERANS of list William Ionrd. :
(Dixie) Division and famllle. Sapp's farm located ,. ,
Place order now for souvenir 10 miles N W of Adorable

cx INSURANCE copy Album of of"Dlil.Photograph Division," Starke, Fla. 240 acres, good 1.89 5.95

over ISO picture and history house and barns. Good I Percale
I" 1- of Division from 1940 to Jap BarTender \ I
; 'I on Mindanao. C.o.D. or fence, land fertile suitablefor ,
postpaid for f S,SO. Write Capt. Truck big enough for little f.UO1
O C. McDavId, Do*, 71. Columbia. general farming; or Helps 'em to leant letters folks to ride. He'l a 10Dl W ellS
d/-me/ & Minn. It and numbers Stands forty Choice of twelve Inches
'l.icQn 'Ji vegetables.V.
; u: aj'ualtfj two Indies nigh. several beautiful style. a big ribbon tow

(;, 2, Box 113-B "

' {! aSTROUT.Ella'IrATR1. Starke, Fla.

,:'I ompaIlY : FOR SALE- El rhteen acre farm Now Available

a G..aCt advertiser of eo... with 4 room house 3V* miles out F Ft
1 try .r.per ". Ilaa made over on Lawtey highway. Electricity .
3.OOO sates! ef H....._Farm.Arwa ._ In house Frances Wllkln-on, 631 ,
;" e. ItvTer. ...... all over ta. W. Madison St. Starke. Fla Itp t The Famous Firestone*
World. Poe open Mating.
ONLY E.A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY FOR Klngsley RENT. -Lake Five room house furnished on DELUXE
; fully CHAMPION
yt'r' ; AND AT A SAVING TOt with electric stove, and refrige
Represented Locally By rator. Two bedroom, suitablefor
YOU IF YOUR RISK MEETS P. C. IIOULINGSUORTII two couples Mrs. F. J ,,I The only tire built with the famous Gear-Grip Tread; extra
r 118 So Walnut St. Howl Inn209 Christian St. or a strong Saftl-Lock Gum-Dipped Cord Body; and SaftS.8ure4
Phone 113. It
_ OUR REQUIREMENTS Oonst1'1lctlol1 for greater strength and longer milea,.. TIRE
Champion of them alll!
SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually FOR SALE:-125 acres land about THAT S1AYS
declined. Mra. Bertha Pearce SOS 00 acres cleared Balance timberland I Gracie I The Cfrtifittt NttJtJr&irSsgti SAFER LONGER
7.Zd4tpTWO Oood
I Madison Bt. spring of water, 7
I room house and biff barn. All 'F-
{.a, d APARTMENTS vacant 4 In need of repairs. Located near ,
i l, ,, room.. -also :1 room.. Latter reserved Worthington. Will sell for (3200 :' : :r
{ I for service man. wife who W 111 give abstract up to date. S. ei
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR will assist m. with housework a :Mrs. 1. P. Watkins' llalford, Fla _
feW" hours a week-Mm. C. C. -* 11-23 2tp r
I t ) Wynn BrooksJde Farm Apartments
1 ml. out 15. Call 81. Adult LOST-Three female hounds: on.
119 CALL only. 11-9 2t red! one black and tan and on.
STREET, STARKE ring necked with grayish .back. J. P. ROBERT'S MOTORS
WANTED-Two rood finish car. I1O reward for Information lead-
pen .r.. a. Vf. PrlntrU, p. o Box ins to recovery Sill : _
81. Leesbur, Fla. Phone US. tf Htarke, FLO
[ SCO Temple Ave. STARKE,


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BBADPORD, COUNTY TEi.1CflRAlfn!: aTASaa JI"LORIDA .n____ -- .- .-.... ;
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first since October 1942. Most of his I George of Starke and befon entering ,
about rotted! down but the big Okinawa shower. TItle Is the
house is the one they live In and time that mall has gone to the time, in the service was spent at the service wa tinfiirjini ,
VICE: II15igoRERT ) :j It is in about as good conditionas states from here I n over two Key West where he remained until at the local Coca-Cola pint. Mr
board house today weeks, that's why you haven'theard ,
any" standing so last August. He was then snt and his wife and one-year-aM anti i4r
There isn't anything rotten from me c
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- - to; Galveston, Texas and assignedto >
Earl Lad 0 n, are occupying *
I except the blocks under it and "Well. I'll close for now, but 1
CIIAPMANAss1GNAfEN'if DISCHARGEDAT watch, Seaman 1-c. Starke : a new cargo ship! the USS
JACKSONVILLE ; Julius some of the shingles please if you see a cloud comingup house belonging to C. IL Rs-
Royal, Sr., Boatswains Mate 1-c I(
son The "There are musket balls In the tie my bed down. I sure George Is the son of Mrs. Ida West 8th St.
S. Chapman following Bradford Countymen I Starke; Jordan Lee worthy on
f Robert Brantley, windows from the Civil War. would like to be in it right now. ,
L. F Chapman serving In the Navy, have Coxswain, Starke.
d I Some of the panes in the windows Harley F. Strong. Jr.
has reported been discharged In the
few -
Farm past
__tate., Air Forces ORD ands days at the Jacksonville Naval I FOUR DOBBS BROTHERS; are the original ones which MOMM 3-c C.B.D. 1081 -Fon-
He were put in when the house was Co. A. FPO SF Calif.
8 GreensbOro this country built. They have ridges all over Concrete Block Construction ,
to Owen William .
returned with McRae, Boatswains them. I guess, they didn't know W. J. THORNTON TRAINS '
1BW.ujtour of duty. Mate 2-c, Starke; Francis : how to make smooth ones in FOR DESTROYER DUTY Any Type Building ;
In .
[ Air Force Major Bryant Crews, Boatswains Mate rr..r"'I' ; those days. W J. Thornton, S 280n: of

Greensboro,records 2-c, Lawtey; Shirley McGowan, :; \' "They have a drawing over the Mrs. Sarah Thornton of Starke Floors O Sidewalks .Steps :
will undergo'a Storekeeper 2-c. Starke; Joseph : Fireplace that Is 152 years old. Is now at the Naval Training Station t
f f't
easing check prior to ,Lee Simmons, Machinists Mate 3- I The date on it is 1793. It was Norfolk, Va., training for Steel Window CasementsAlso

fined to an Air Force c, Starke; Nathaniel Carter, Stew- I\ sure a big place then. All the duties aboard a new.,.destroyer. I
country. ards Mate 1-c, Starke; Julius Ko- 200 acres were cleared then but A veteran of 12 months service ,'t
this .
on in -,":.,.',:k''." only about 7 are cleared now. Thereat aboard a minesweeper in the Lumber Direct From Mill .: .
. doesn't look like It has ever Pacific, Thornton wean ribbons
A been cleared. One of the four for the American and Asiatic- J. MAURICE UWAIDVS:: :;

i big trees that Is in the picture Pacific i area with one combat star, CONTRACTOR ,(
I .' ."...... L : 1 is still there but it l isn't much ofa the' Philippine Liberation with GENERA 94
m tree now but a twisted trunk. star, and the Purple Heart He

"They covered the big well over has a brother Leon Wainwright,
Mr. and Mrs. Ante D. Dobbsare and have a pump there now. Thatis who is also in the Navy. .
among the few Bradford about the only big change I -
County parents with four sons in noticed. THOMAS! E. LEWIS

SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET the service. "The boy's parents live thereby ATTENDS M. P. SCHOOLPfc \

SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM Above left is Cecil H. Dobbs, themselves. The building is Thomas E. Lewis of Route
BM 2-c, who Is now nearIng the made out of boards and peg I 2, Starke, Is among the combat
RED BASS SHEEPSHEAD end of his third year in the Navy. guess lima and a lot of walkingis veterans who have been selectedfor

ALSO I He is stationed at Whiting Field, what made the floor: so smooth.It MP duty in the European Theatre -
Dressed & Drawn Poultry Milton Fla. and is married to is worn out like those sidesteps lie will attend the OiaeMilitary
Fresh \ the former Miss Jewel Wilkersonof to the Courthouse in Starke. Police Training School at

Lawtey. I Not just a little bit but over an lomilly[ France
MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET Pictured at right above Is Casey I I Inch in places. The floor Is halfa Lewis fought in the Ardennes, m
I Dobbs who was recently discharged log split lengthways. Not In Rhineland and Central Germany
fALL STREET STARKE. FLA. at the Jacksonville NAS after short pieces but the full length campaigns as a member of the 3rd
22 months In the Navy.; Most of the house. There weren't Armored Division.. His wife is 15 q
of this time was on sea duty and many windows in It originally but the former Betty Christine Dixon. -.
the end of the war found him In they have added some throughoutthe

a e eY Tokyo Bay In Admiral HaUey's years. KARL: GEORGE RECEIVES
/ convoy. He Is married and has COAST GUARD DISCHARGE ; BEST {WINTER
"The only piece of the original LOOK YOUR IN TOO
four children. furniture is an old clock that B. Karl George, CM 3-c, was

Burnle Dobbs has been in the hasn't run In 00 years. T guessno discharged at Savannah on Nov. Your Appearance la Important Summer, Winter
EVERYBODY Navy two years and Is stationedat one knows when it quit 7 after serving in the Coast Guard Hain or Shine So Keep It Up Always Bty:

ENJOYS EATINGAT the Jacksonville! NAS. His "I really, enjoyed just lookingover i\ rutrrrr roi MT. SIR\IlI'Onll Sending Your Clothes To Us For Regular Ckaus= t ,
wife Is the former Grace Moore the place. You know how 1 I ('01 "TV, FMHUIIAl l\ fllMartraret .\\'-
InKs Send Them All T* Us And We Will '
(-I.:11 1' It' ,
of Lawtey and they have a daughter -'I like old homes 1 will close for .
Oulbrrth, Dnlntlff, V" Return Them To You Sparkling Clean And Nice.
Patricia Anne. this time. W. 'r. Culbrcth, Defendant Case. .
he PARK CAFE Lawrence Dobbs, the youngestson Delbert has been at the Patrol No. 4155.OUDKK/ OF Pt'BUCATION QUALITY DRY CLEANING AT REASONAIUJK

to enter the service, recently Plane Base 'I n Elizabeth City NOTICE TO AI'HRAlt PRICES
enlisted. for more than a year and has a Culbreth, K...Hlnc.. Unknown.You 135
brother, Beryl Casey, S 2-c who are. required to appear onPotember
HENRY I\ SILCOX H stationed at the Naval Air Sta- 11, 1945, In the ahDv.nan..d .
Delicious Regular Meals Court and cause, wherein ROBT. 315
0N, WAY HOME tion in Daytona rfeach. plaintiffkn. divorce. Bradford 1y'ry
Healthful Vegetable Plates Cpl. Henry P. Slleox, son of; Order'ounty In Telegraph next four shall. weekly publish. Inmien thin GREEN, Teopfe
J. L. Silcox of Starke, :11! enrouteto IMRLEY STRONG JR. Wltn*Hfl my hand and offlrlu r
Short Orders the States from the Far East DESCRIBES TYPHOON neal. at Htarke, Florida, this November Owner Are: ,
8, 1945.OFFICIAL. .
Air Forces 22nd ReplacementDepot In a letter written on Oct. 18 ( BEAT) A. J. Thomas, ...
In Manila. from "What's left of Okinawa"Harley An Clerk of said Court.Ziirh .
ir. iMiiiBlu, UulneBVHIe.. Fla.
Husband of the former FlorenceE. Strong, Jr., son of Mr. Ally for I'lf. 11-9 4t 11-SO i.
Mersereau of Starke, Cpl. :'1l- and Mrs. H. F. Strong of Kings-
7 cox has been overseas five months .. ley Lake,, vividly deRCilbes' a t:=. :' -.r. _*:::JI=: :i : .::=- __.. _---t"r.: :: : : .:: .r, ---- --.-- bla.e.

with the :58th Air Service Groupin typhoon that hit the island recently a
Tvith book. Okinawa Mlndoro and Luzonin taking a heavy toll olives /
7l agood .. the Philippines He wears the and property damage. WHEN YOUR TIRES ARE SLICK

Asiatic-Pacific Theatre ribbon "We have just gone through
with two campaign stars and the what was reported to be the

'J r6EP" Philippines" Liberation>oon jwlthone' worst typhoon In. the. past t 20 .- -I IT'S' TIME TO, 'RECAP .' ?
star. Before"enterlng'the years on Okinawa, Harley "wrote. .
service he was employed at the "Everything on the island was :
post office at Camp Blanding. laid flat and the damage Is terrible Room '
The wind rose to 180 miles -, t v

JAMES J. FICKRXN per hour and there was plentyof . -- -- -- ,. .----. ...---
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HAS NAVY DISCHARGE water to go with It. "
I James J. Pick r e n, Aviation "Everything we had was either' I RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING TALL
Radioman 3-c, has received a discharge lost or ruined beyond repair. Dur- 1
i from the Navy after 20 ing the peak of the typhoon 1 I SIZE TIRES AND TUBES

months of duty overseas. He I spent my time along with some 2MIOUR SERVICE BEST MATERIAL '
Joined the Navy on Jan 20, 1943. other guY! in the ice box of the II, I ;
His home Is at Hampton. galley. I have never been BO cold WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED i ' t,
as..dnQse..f--srsrp.GAa.ealadrYCS . in all born days. We stayed ,
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DELBERT In there until the wind '
DESCRIBES OLD HOME down which about 9 hours, _
was "*
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey "When we came out everythingwas
of Graham, S 1-c: Delbert Caseyof down and the box was covered -

Elizabeth City, N. C., gave the with twisted steel girdersand Starke Tire Service ,
following Interesting descriptionof wreckage. None of us in the !
a home he had visited near box was injured, but the casualties -

there."I were very high. Several of .
spent last week-end with a our boys were either killed in- ADJOINING TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Ave.
boy who lives a few miles out of stantly, or died in the hospital
Hampton, Va. They have m his- We spent the first night removingthe
torical record of the house and dead and wounded, and now COME IN AND SEE OUR AEROPLANE TIRES

the 200 Acres of land that dates we are working 24 hours a day

back 200 years. It 1 is built some rebuilding.. ALSO OTHER & TUBES FOR SALE
thing like our house but of red "1: can truly say that a Florida ,
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