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The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Monticello, FL
ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
Creation Date:
January 5, 2005
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Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
v.60 no.11 October 6, 1944


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Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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1dent of Xiwanis, wh accepted the gii Leste G. Normancpe~i ~f ywrdd
county ch~airmanshp of the drve, is Mrs. T.H Chapana d chlrn Holland. The telega from th who it isthogtirepnblfr Ca efCtto to the Mo~nticell hopeful1 that local, citzn il be NacyanTm yo opn. a eprmn ttd eea mle obeiswihhv i s S d e l ews a a testionial of appe
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alwa relief organizations in orrt I fute'deal o other iFra 01a ideryTedy mr-o h lrd itit n ebr
elmnte as much as posible% h erHreSna inar.eevdyo ilb rmpl ie o Pretig hl7 ndt a h ln. r fteMntclo lb
onotified. ~~o~ (Signe) J.A. Uh6, A,4 National Nesa e ekhsbe
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was $500.n 6rommendedl'eae er tta
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Was~hnton -DC Mem~os o~f a Newspaermanz:
news-about the ode overseas 'who
tising the deal4 u it has com
cotane the numbe on his'tl
pleted~~~~ plp4frteocuaino og-tag The newspapers fell
TheAles haearee h cu Canadia Pess dispatch7 said- an Rainigo tires ndU gas
paton should be shared in roughly RCAF batmna was n~amed asth it,'hauhs u oen
equal numpbersbyjU. S,, Bri and one it actually -hpee to inNr-ta
Sovetforces. This will permit tIh mandy Th i repor statd tht zctigi hl h r4c
return tothe U. S. A. of a maxi-hsnm a GeoreMcilnO srap
mni umber of nts,-ill also fre oaScta The numberoth
thousands of trinued menx if neces fagmet as 26750-the numer on 6n 191tUS osmd-oe
sary fo polihing of the' war his idetity rd~ Theerald ~
ntJaa.Triii e carred-i toaweka r tecounr is. expected to use,onlI
Th cief problems tnoe hs e it published a artice. (Aug. 13th) 164,0 0 ogin.Addt ht
mxen ho e pusortin~g out to e en'Luceky Shot" by Qen. Patto' wi e. o synthetic rubber.
tildt ohm firt Th late Shem sai it~l happce is the~ la0t mile I~ l~
win bet cdb the~ rmry'st "Pin Talking. 'of~am anr ntbev~tin icha
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ay, Will e~hcht c~e~si~ dU~ air base a Xbiiii you $65;00, 'Iiw it saide o "btlqot o
cisof racet havngr~~ q~, gayim. ee oye
.e to I ,p $7,50 ontd ral~ i h l~ es thig ly xnf
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carted to ac lse er bd asaljises4, ot aii and last" deal Dicpln rush Z~#iegfeldn sthe~a~ 75Q .or
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porter-a givenen he~p was still shak
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anieu es to the fact lea atme Viai B-1 d~il mayCil! b.enJustinapolis
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Th oicelo News, Monticello. Fla. iay Otbr614
And Radiator GftItminPas D sin
Ti self shown: is built well GitIe nPnyD
abv he radiator and curving up, T o obtai transfer dsn fr twopilw
under -the shelf is a metal heat CE ?WNURLAEcases, color chbat for- orking, aoun~ts of.
efi~to whch t o c~oerstheaterl'als specified for the Pansy Designs wall backd ofthe radiator. Th THaa OR THU FAR:I e.rl aoe hees~ turne hisb hed-nflhedi ~opdin on 'v entyn
front -and' end of the shelf are- a~
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aT sixDE5i OF AWA perona distibut 30I~ Stittin for ag
AND~ In~qk donnI dTBdkjoflhe he 'an gEIN CIR t EE
,HE her hinc b pe at his oa ding wiesa n i akfc.,I a 4eram rs yyI'a pt
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1ONTICELLO NEWS "Postwar Farms" Is T E attorney General of the State the Sate oft Florida, at a-GRY,
TH OTCLO NW Pstafam" s HEc Florida. (Seal) lahassee, the Capital, this Secretary of~ State.
M c1r IColptroler of the Stateo the twenty-firira day of Aug- To Hon. A S. Grant, Sheriff Jeffer
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY New M hof Ta o ist, A. D. 1944. son County.
MOTCEL ADVETISF NwM rho TieFr 'Treasurer of the State of Flor
MONTICELLO ADVERTISI R I IUt rave __________________Established 1869 1 r~ M1~r~ e ONTICELLO NEW Fo Saedo lr o
The "March of Time" film to be. For Superintendent of Public In- h I M ee
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION strctican of the Sate of Florida. o17wh ere ... rs
ONICLL CNSIs hown at the Kath1erine Theatre Suin- r Joep~i Marsh
Established 1873 For Commissioner of Agriculture
Changed to day and Monday is "'Postwar Farms," of the State of 1ofrida.
MONTICELLO NEWS-10 a picture in which the editors of 0 A* For Two (2) Justices 6f the SuMac fTm hw o ampine Couirt of the State of Florida, KEAT1LEt BOWDEN electrifi nation mayIC be nE imONn Fo oe 1 R ir d om isson
Edtrfactor in the survive oftefmiy OICE OFELECTION er ofterlt of Flordu.eof .(1 Ro l f Your Tongu
Elteied at Monticello Post office sizedifarm. To the Sheriff of Jefferson Gount Reprentatives of the ,State of a Mail matter of the Second Cass The picture shows tle a ot Stat of F a Ed Hodges and the doctor were After al1, it ju t comes don t
Telephone ------------ 138- Secretay 'of State of th St For Sherdff. holding forth abouthow words having respect for other fols
Trsey and other localities, anor i a do hereby 1ive notice 1 0 For, Clerkof th Cicuit Court,ea ustX th
.FFIC OFPBIATO, eet hretnppatinndFoid, ENERArtProsecti Aftorney, Couty onyman duomlem;ind whe boights g dob' wea juth
DogwoIPL Stree frhez c ol o e th a f a ink, a steng, and thaea' thg le taybeg to
Si ots ,--1 opertioi, Che eate to iti W O~ble8 8the oetor~y pift "They
Tree Motls I--- t eneIni- ioni iss Jedz St Sef2ator Coumty, For onty seber ot it TroIH off yur thise wthothgo- Seems to i evwy tizne we
11A iratcctli &o 0uiy ;o State of Florida, or Tsix y frot Bor dao llic struct neinig hnghs bee' mind te're pokite botl toinc oo ew
D ISC T E AT E Y e thods. sho ti hh e uin>on dt ot I a t a t ta in abg
liOnlwig Y efe -----t --- $2f 0 Ge a ,Aerge umn b.-s e farm;n difrn o4g e e r A Ds of 41 itesd aTesdays atc i rc i o.Fo~leeFit tl lk
Sixto ths ---- 100 bop atin, t e frne roe i to s a[oth e a t ofx Fo n truN o N ; thdoctor ph t itT e y39e
aein tefr istant futueie eam e conuen tda. .S 1Tsioy hroImgt es duddttd
Thres 'nd Unioe Stte Senato fioo th ITI~ Seems~ tomimveytiew
ar t b ishagd1 th satisticatrogre of h ru 1 For Oertayo SttoMhe ta emer of tet m ont andofyurtnu itototho ne r to e dnt wa 1 1
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f iecuted anone, 'as oe writer grntrin a eking tutech apportion- r of p tons t ora no be ang Ce to a d m tai say1, he mayRI eopl h ay benSeiie dinSolHosiciRpe-dettor,6 icep ut in Judeoad tvlem nd crge xs and othe- an Cletr~hv neet dsltv S sions of th945 a frt o m im
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Lii 'w do't elive hey are inin the General Election in 1944, special Amendment to Section 24 of Article equalization of taxes; provided. every Florida. for which they shall be each hand)S an afixetate Flredat thelections shall ae called within ninety III of the Constitution of the Statert of municipality in each County having a serving at the time this Article 'is at all the Cpital
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Erer noits n a as tem f L isltrs in the Thirty-ninth o39thp. and Municipal Government and the point an additional member who shall and Orange Counties, respectively, shall t ista tho r0d da of July waay-York (Ala.) JouSal. Fortin 140th and orty-fist 41st) Clasification of Cities and Towns. A- be or become a part of the Board of be and become the Prosecuting Of- anA rAi .
Senatorial Districts. Ln such speal l BE IT RESOLVED BY THE -EGIS- Equalization for the purpose of equal- ticers of all the Criminal Courts oor Se t S elections the PSenators in the ThirtyJ LATUaR OF THE STATE OF tLORIDA: Ization of taxes as respects any prop- Daee a Orange Counties re ive. S f creary of ate .
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Sample Ballot State of Florida To be County Judge To be Member School Board Make a Cross (X) Mark before theLage Planting of
a pl Balo 1 Vote for one: Vbte for one: District Number Two name of the Candidate of your Large Planting of
GENERAL ELECTION A. D. 1944 Vote for one: choice or if you -wish to vote a
JEFFERSON COUNTY R. A. GRAY THOMAS B. BIRD Straight Republican Ticket make an Winter egumes is
k J. B. THOMAS X in the circle below:
Make a Cross (X) Mark ,before the "_REPUBLICAN NOMINEES Now Under Wa
name of the Candidate of your To be Attorney General of the To be Tax Collector
choice or if you wish to vote a State of Florida Vote for one: I" T so f
Straight Democratic Ticket make an Vote for one: The season for plaiting winter
X in the circle below: R. 'J. TAYLOR PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL cover crops is here and many farmJ. TOM WATSON AMENDMENTS ers throughout Jefferson county are
NoIianting, or planning to plant cover D OC To be Tax Assessor No. crops of one kind or another this
_________________________fall. This is a practice that has inTo be Comptroller of the Vote for one: To amend Section 1 of Article IX To vote a "straight Republican crashed tremendously ince that has coin-ty
State of Florida S. C. WALKER providing for a uniform and equal ticket" make an X mark in the creased tremendously inthis county
Vote for one: F rate of taxat on; providing for a circle above. in recent years, but still it is not as
JVote for one: b n txm special rate of taxation on intangi- crl widespread as it should be, considerI J. M. LE'E bles not to exceed two (2) mills and
. To be Superintendent of Public providing such tax on mortgages To be Presidential Electors of the ing its value.
To vote a "straight Democratie Instruction deeds of trust or other liens shall State of Florida: Winter legumes, such as blue luticket" make an X mark in the To be Treasurer of the Vote for one: be payable when documents Vote for eight: pine, Austrian winter peas or, vetih
circle above. State of Florida | W. J. BULLOCK corded, and be in lieu of all other RANDOLPH BELL all afford an excellent cover duri g
ircle above. State of Florida W.J. BLLOCK intangible assessments on .such; the winter months. They will hcid
,,V ote for one :, in checkin the ero io th r fr m m ay I y w n
tftron:o be Presidential Electors of thNProvding the t ther a HOWARD GIBBONS in check the erosion caused by winro be Presidential Electors of the J. EDWIN LARSON be apportioned by the Legislature ter and early spring rains. Turned
State of Florida: To Be County Prosecuting Attorney and shall be exclusive of all other WM. M. GOBER under in the spring shortly before
Vote for eight Vote for one: taxes and providing the Legislature under in the spring shortly before
shall prescribe regulations to se- CHESTER L. HALL planting time they furnish the humus
I ARTHUR L. ANDERSON To be Superintendent of Public I JOHN H. SHUMAN cure just valuations of property, the soil so badly needs and put more
MRS RANK X CAROLL JR Instruction of the State of Florida MRS ALMA HEWITT nitrogen into the soil than one could
Vote for one: 'For the Amendment. MRS. MAZIE NORTH possibly afford to buy in the form of
A. J. COBB COLIN ENGLISH To, be Supervisor of Registration I Against the Amendment. I MRS. RUBY TAVEN NER fertilizer.
WALLACE N. KEITH Vote for one: Oats also furnish a fine cover for
1, MRS. M. R. WENTWORTH prevention of erosion and furnish
LEWIS ETT AY To be Commissioner of Agriculture ELLA LEE LLOYD No. 2 grazing at a time when, it is needed
RAY SE~LDEN of the State of Florida r To amend Article VII, Section 3 most.
I RAY SELDEN of the State of Floridaproviding for the Legislature in The Singletary or wild winter pea
L. H. SHE0\0fKER Vote for one: 1955 and every ten years thereafter he ine r l intre
|,NATHAN MAYO To be County Commissioner to apportion repesentation in the L is another winter legume being tried
MS. MARY SULLIVA District Number One Senate; creating the 39th, 40th and on a small scale in the county this
Vote for one 41st State Senatorial districts; the fall. This legume has the advantage
Vote for one: 39th to comprise Osceola and Okee- of affording good grazing and also
To-be Justices of the Supreme I C. J. REAMS chobee counties, the 40th to com- of producing a volunteer crop eaci
Court of Florida prise Broward County and the 41st year. One thing to be remembered
yer. Ontha o ereebee
Vote for two: to comprise Gulf and Calhoun Coun- is that it is toxic to livestock if graz_ _ _ ties; also to apportion representa- he seed.
RIVERS BUFORD To be County Commissioner tion ini the HIouse of Representatives ed while seed are forming. If grazed,
ELWYN THOMAS DistriTo be County Commissioner so that the. five most populous coun- s/ stock should be removed during May
WNTHMiVote for one: e ties shall have three members, the ,and early June.
*_votefo oenext 18 more populous counties To Bd United States Senator from The vetches furnish grazing as
E. I. BRASWELL shall have two members' and the re- the State of Florida well as being good winter cover.
maining counties one member each; (for a To Be United States Senator from and providing that failure of the (for a term~ of six years from owever, seed re scarce and rather
the State of Florida To Be Railroad Commissioner of the Legislature to apportion in the Jan. 3, 1945) high. Augusta vetch, the only one
(for a term of six years from State of Florida years above mentioned in a regular Vote for one: to volunteer in this section is pracJan. 3, 1945) Vote for one: To be County Commissioner session succeeding Legislatures may tically unobtainable this year.
Vote for one: W. B. (BAE)District Number Three do s in regular or special sessions, MILES H. DRAPER '. Blue lupine is too well known in
Vote for one: I W. B. (BADE) DOUGLASS Vote for one: and any special session for such pur- this county to need much discussion.
I CLAUDE PEPPER E. S. WRIGHT pose shall not be limited to twenty I Iproduces a tremendous amount of
(20) days, or at all until re-appor_ _ _To be Clerk Circuit Court tionment is effected, and shall be To be G of the State of green matter to be turned under. It
~~Vote for one: ___limited to that subject; and provid- To be Governor of the State of also produces a heavy crop of seed
To Be Representative in Congress ing for special elections to elect Florida for which there is a ready' market
from Third Congressional District CLYDE H. SAULS To be County Commissioner Senators in the 39th, 40th and 41st Vote for one: An estimated 2500 acresof lupine
of the State of Florida District Number Four districts in the event of ratification BERT L. AC R ill be planted here this fall and the
Vote for one: Vote for one: of this amendment. amount shoudL. CKR i be plainCreasted here this fall and the
amount should be increased each
To be Sheriff I FRED STOKLEY I For the Amendment. year until the practice is almost uniI BOB SIKES Vote for one: "__SAgains the Aendmentversal. J. R. COOKSEY JR. Against the Aendmet To be Attorney General of the Remember too that the Agricul....._State of Florida tural Conservation Association, usuTo be Governor of the State of I To be County Commissioner No. 3 -Vote for one: ally referred toa A.A.A. has a proFlorida District Number Five or one: ally referred to as A.A.A. has a proVote for Fone: To Be Representative in Florida V t n To amend Article V, Section 21, J. HARRY SCHAD gram of benefit payment for planting
To Be Representative in Florida Voe limiting the number of Justice Peace oats, not harvested, and planting and
Vtfoon:Legislature loefroe imiting the numbeo f Jlustice Peace J. HAR "H
MILLARD CALDWELL Vote for one: I E GRANTHAM Districts in any county to five, pro- _establishing a cover of legumes, as
V hiding the Legislature may change well as payment for harvesting leI I RICHARD H. SIMPSON boundaries, abolish or create dis- m seed. Your count ent or
-t icts, if subm itted to the people in C. con
To be Secretary of State of the __ the next general elation. county, for terms o0 four (4) years, local representative of A. C. A. can
and the staggering of such terms of give you details on these payments.
I For the Apiendment. office.
I Against the Amendment. For the Amendment. "Days of Glory"
No.- 4 Against the Amendment. Russia
To amend Article V of the Con- No. 9 tres U
N te no Fvo..,stitution by adding asection provid- Noi la Wafa
ing for the election of Slate Attor- To amend the Constitution by GUerilla Waiare
neys, Judges of Criminal Courts of adding Article XX, Sections 1-9 Record and County Solicitors (ex- thereof, Relating to the Consolida- Introducing a brilliant cast of new cept Judge and Solicitor of Court of tioni of Certain Offices in the coun- faces "Days of Glory" which will be Record of Escambia County) in 1948 ties of Dade and Orange, State of shown at the Katherine Theatre on and thereafter and providing for Florida, and providing in said coun- Wednesday and Thursday stars the lh e SUH filling vacancies prior to January, ties for the combination of assess- Wednesday and Thursday stars the
--1949 by appointment by the Gov- ments and collections and equaliza- noted ballerina, Toumanova, and 7 ernor and confirmation by the Sen- tion of county, municipal and dis- Gregory Peck. noted stage actor in
ate. trict taxes, and permitting munici- a tensely stirring picture of Russian
pul referendum, and the consolida- guerillas inside the Nazi lines
I For the Amendment. tion of the office of County Prosecutor and Solicitor with that of Peck has the role of Vladimir,
.[ Against the. Amendment. State Attorney, and combining the commander of a guerilla band which
Clerk of the Criminal and Civil has its secret headquarters in the No. 5 Courts and the duties of Tax Col- undergrround passageways of a
To amend Section lector with the Clerk of the Cir- bombed monastary near Moscow.
To amend Section 12, Declaration cuit Court. Toumanova has the part of Nina, a
of Rights in the Constitution by t n h e t in
providing the r-ght of persons to I For the Amendment. ballet dancer who has been entertainwork shall not be denied or abridg- ing troops at the front and cut off
ed on account of membership or non I Against the Amendment. from her party by a Nazi raid, is
membership in any labor union or brought to the hideout by one of the
labor organization; and providing No. 10 band.
for the right of collective bargaining. To amend Article VilI of the Con- There develops a moving and passtitution by adding additional sec- sionate romance as the band prepares I For the Angendment. tions to be known as scions 11 for an important part in the Russian
Against the Amendment. nd 12 providing that in Hillsbor- counter-attack. The ballerina falls
Aginstthe mendent. ough County from and after January 1, 1946 the County Ta~ Assess- in love with the leader of the band No. 6 or assess property of county for arousing the jealousy of Yelena, an
To amend Section 24 of Article III purposes of State, County, school attractive young woman sharpshootand Municipal Taxes levied by the gr.
Sn i State and County, County School The two stars are said to be senuniform system of county andl u Board, School Districts, Special Tax sational in their colorful roles. The ~nicipal government and providing Seh~ol Districts and Municipalities film was produced and written by
for ,exceptions in cases where the of the county and providing for the l Leg slature may enact local or spe- Legislature of 1945 and thereafter Casey Robinson, who twice won the
...And of all the South's great as- South basic advan- ei laws consistent therewith, to enact suitable legislation specify- Academy Award for film writing, the
I For the Amendment. ing powers, functions, duties and story is by Melchior Leagyel.
sets none is of more importance than stages in manpower. Agai. compensation of County Tax Asese ir Against the Amendment, sessors and providing that the MRS. CAMPBELL-its native born population. The Seaboard Railway *,w County Tax Collector in IillsborIsntlietorep a one Tough County shall likewise collect o
Intelligent, reasonable and quick salutes its fellow workers of the No. 7 and all taxes levied in the county by and MConDinudW f r,oms r p rter.
To amend Sections 6 ad7 of State, County, County School Board, Mr.D akrnw eotr
to learn, southern workers have made South. The Seaboard, itself a vital Article XVIII of the Constitution School Districts, Special Tax School The main feature of the meeting
providing that terms of office of Districts and Municipalities; and was the annual canning contest. The invaluable contributions to the in- factor inthe development of the area, appointees to fill vacancies in elec- providing that the Legislature of winners were Mrs. J. B. Cooksey, totive offices extend only to the first 1945 and thereafter shall enact laws matoes; Mrs. Rosa Bishop, fruit; dustrial development and general is planning and working with com- Tuesday after the frst Monday in specifying powers, functions, duties Mrs. D. W. Shealey, Sr., preserves;
January following the election and and compensation of such County M{rs. Rosa Bishop, vegetables', Mrs.
economic advancement of the area. munities served by its line for a more qualification of a successor; and in Tax Collector. oussa sh p, pick les Mrs.
all cases of election to fill vacancies *'essie Shealey, pickles, Mrs. J. B.
Lower living costs due to mild cli- prosperous Southland. in office such shall be for 'that part L For the Amendment. Coooksey, meat.
of the unexpired term commencin The members revealed their Secret
mate, plus willing workers, gives the Seaboard Railway, Norfolk 10, Va on the first Tuesday after the first I Against the Amendment. Sister, and drew names for another
Monday in January next after such ___year. The October meeting will be election. QUICK RELIEF FROM with Mrs. E. G. Oder.
I For the Amendment. The hostess, assisted assisted by
Amendment. Symptoms of Distress Arising from her daughter, Mrs. ,H. A. Teston,
c. .)Against the Amendment. STOMACH ULCERS served sandwiches, cookies and punch
No. 8 DUE TO EXE SA CD to Mrs. Maurice Loeb, Mrs. J. B.
No 8 Cookscy, Mrs. A. F. Goerges, M rs. P.
1 c.To amend Section 5 of Article VIII FreeBookTellsofHomeTreatmentthat G. Roberts, Mrs. Ada C. Mills, Mrs.
I. L 1of the Constitution providing for Must Help or it WIII Cost You Nothing .G dr r.Bsi onb
RAILW AYntyCommission OvertwomillonbodleslofstheWILLARD Mrs. Willie Parker, Mrs. Pearl Cartricts in each county, numbered one TREATMENThavebeensoldforreliefof
__*to five, as nearly as possible equal symptomsofdistressarisingfromStomach roll, Mrs. W. C. Campbell, Mrs. Rosa
in population, and providing for one and Duodenal Ulcers due to Excess Acid- Bishop, Mrs. Edna Teston, Mrs. County Commissioner from each stion Sour or Upset Stomah Bessie Shealey, Mrs. G. W. McDaniel,
GasnsHeartburn, Sleeplessness, etc., Bsi haeMs .W eail
such districts; providing for the fix- due to Excess Acid. Sold on 15 days' trial! Mrs. Robert JOnes, Mrs. D. W. ing of the boundary of such dis- Ask for "Willard's Iessage" which fully Shealey, Sr., Mrs. D. R. Walker, and ..ymDtricts; providing for the election of explains this treatment-free-a Stee sr. Mrs. J. A. Falc
.,- County Commissioners from the B. W. Johnson & Son Drug Store one visitor, rMrs. 5. A. Fairclcth,

morning after a very slow (?) trip There are -still innumerable things Here was the dividing line in their Ser Column- over on an Army transport! We left which it will be impossible for me lives that so many have been looking charged from the hospital and as- ca, North Africa, and Naples, Italy,
Hawaii the 22nd. and as I had just- to tell you but I can write without for for so long. Surely they want to signed to an outfit. Then I apply among them. Before entering the
(continued from page 1) written you a couple of days pre- fear of breaking censorship regula- forget this terrible war and look for- for a furlough. It may be weeks, Navy, W J. atn M
Marines have seen the toughest part viously, I didn't tell you I was com- tions. My letters are still subject to ward to the quiet and peace that is I do want to get home for either High School, graduating with the of the Pacific fighting and Ted ap- ing. Icould have as I was a censor censorship so they may be still home. America and all that Amer- Thanksgiving or Christmas. How- class of '41. He played football wi
parently hasn't missed a major in- in the hospital there but it wouldn't somewhat reserved ica -stands for. May**America never ever, I may not make either one. I the Tigers squad for three years.
evasion in that area. have been fair! You will never know how happy I let them down-and I'm not speak- have no way of knowing. y
The happiness Ted and the other But I'm here now and certainly was last night when I first spotted ing for myself selfishly either. Give my love to all, and to all, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Yates of Drifen Momed ton, have received a wire from their
boys felt when they finally reached seems good to be back. There were the shore lights of America! I felt Now that I am in the U. S., Mom,
the United States again is well ex- times when I didn't know whether like crying and all I could do was I don't want you to look for me to- -V--- eldest son, Tech. Sgt. John E. Yates,
pressed in, the following letter which I would ever see this land of the free give a word of thanks for His bring- day or tomorrow or any time so Dear- Folks: ganged up against me to keep me on underneath the Golden Gate Bridge. cu11e this malaria. It is eiqtirely at their home in Drifton. ground crew with the U. S. Army
I am now in the United States of that spot (six feet under) but our It was a..symbol to them! A symbol possible that I may get sick leave ---- Air, Forces and won the air medal
America! It hardly seems believ- God of love brought me through, and of new life, new friends, a passing and come home. I hope so. But if S/2c Henry Edward Kinsey, Jr., for 'his courage and efficiency during4
able but it's true! I came ii this brought me back. away of war and all that war entails. not that, then I have to be d s- who is stationed at Cecil Field, a his service abroad. He has recently
branch of the U. S. Naval Air Sta- been promoted "to technical sergeant. tion in Jackso*ville, is spending a His comingvisit home will be his few days here with friends and rela- first since he enlisted in December,
-,)* tiess' 1942.
Mr .and Mrs. Yates have two other
Roland Colson, 3rd class petty of- sons in service, Pfe Robert Yates, ficer, U. S. Navy, has returned to who is a paratrooper in the Souththe .nava1 staton in 'Jacksonville, west Pacific, and Bernice M. Yates, after spending several days with his Seaman, 2/c, a mess cook on an ofparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cor- ficers boat who is now at sea en son, in their home near Waukeenah. route to an undisclosed destination.
Coxswain Basil Alligood, who spent LESTER NORMANseveral days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Alligood, (Continued From Page One)
AA A AA A at Miccosukee, left Friday by plane garet Norman, of Portsmouth, Va.,
for 'Norfolk, V a., to join his tanker brothers, Eddie and Howell Norman ship for sea duty. and a sister, Mrs. Sam Rentz, all I'
SV aMoultrie, Ga. Also attending the Seaman 2/c W. J. Hatchett, Jr funeral services were Mrs. Roy H.
has returned to Norfolk, Va., to re'Forbes, Washington, D. C. and A. E. join his ship after a week's Chambers of Salisbury, N: C., sister
with his parents, Mr and Mrs. W. J. and brother of Mrs. Norman. Hatchett. W. J. is a veteran of the
invasion, and he participated iv two BIBLE 'CLASS RE-ELECTS major battles in the Mediterranean
area. At the Men's Bible lass of the
For four days during the invasion Methodist 'Church last Sunday
of Europe, his ship stood off shore morning the following officer and piumped shells continuously on were elected to serve for the con r.: the shore of Southern France in sup- ing year: David Winans, president
port of the invasion forces during T. B. B'rd, vice president; T. L their landing and fights fo'r toe- Folsom,- secretary; W. G. Miller, holds on the beaches. treasurer. All these are 'old officW. J. has visited many foreign ers except the treasurer, as Mr. ports, Alexandria, Egypt, Casablan- Miller succeeds Lee Bishop.
SI 810 I *
We wish to announce to our many friends and customers that we, have moved our insurance office lYur Fa Print Ne d to the "Simpson-keen" Building, first office back
of Monticello Production Credit Association office.
We are grateful to you for your loyal support and .patronage and assure you we will continue to give you the best insurance service obtainable.
STILL ABLE TO SUPPLY MOST EVERY- Iook farly to Your Winter Needs
If it is SWEATERS-we have them-All KindsMen's, Women's and Children's
Also plenty of JACKETS in leather, wool or combinations for men and boys, and a nice lot short coats for ladies. And SHOES for all the family. Spend your stamp wisely!
- Do you need BLANKETS or BEDSPREADS? Don't sleep
L Lcold. See our line.
U I Nice stock OUTING 27 in, and 36 in.
How are your PAJAMAS? If you have none-we have.
We still have plenty WORK CLOTHING for men and boys Army -Khaki and other matched suits
OUR JOB DEPARTMENT WILL TAKE CARE Huelpoe quickly ahnsh hve th in goo
. OF Y UR NE DS m Y condition for heavy~ fall. and_ winter
OF YOU NEED 444'laying by feeding
For Faster Growing and
MA~iblPlump Broilers uise
If your hogs are in the cornfield, balance their ration with
* -a high protein and mineral feed formulated to balance
yourcor wil poduc 10 pondsof pork. Seeus or Pond r 5Ton ofanybrand Security Feeds

'rnDA1i OCTORn 8, 19ti )__R1 MRIMRILL Rt M. *NVOLk"o'p fthiA SEVEN1it
So~iety ome withtheir parents for the M.M~HODIST HRH dfcs stersosiiiyo h Me1Vthoist~,~WI week end, J. L. Hunter, M~inister deltist, the farnily physiciani anid the
Wil ee Monday Mr'., Jackie Olse an children Mofth Worship, 1130. Th Cxoi checkup isasfe
$ocia1 ActWillesMeer visiing ter'relatives adEvenin'i~~hry ____________ing worshi thei eih-h .IgardI agaist seiouis illness.
I The Wyomn oit fChristian friends here this weekv. Youth F'ellowship t seven-forty NOTICE /Service wifllmeet at the' Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Monroe, Jrp nc L_ _ _ _ _ _ _ Chu~rchi Moirday~ October 9 at 4 Tecorrhassa ih- i
1~Ir andwilliams o'clock. The proraxn will be pre anid ch~idrei 'spent a few days. with -h~ ehassa ilttji The. City Council will >hear comMrs. W. T. McDaniel of Lamont Mrs. ugen Wl~iams Of aseinted by Circle No. 2. Mrs. Monroe's sister in Panama City each Wednesday avnn' Mrs.~ J.~; plaints on tax assessment of the was a recent visitor' in Monticello. dag anonc he bit of aN., Hawkins direcor of mnussc and 1944 tax rol at their regular mee-.
duhe, on Friday, Septemnber 29th Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc lellan Mrs J RI. Cooksey, Jr., organist. ing to be held on November 7,~ 194
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cello Tue~sday. AoihyMeigCUCHO HIT N.7 C 1 0 7
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Band F. F. A. Nov. 3 Madison HOMECOMING
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Our drum majorette this year is. The first meeting of the Monticello Nov. 24 Jerry HOME Martha Ann Stelts. Martha Ann Future Farmers was held on Sept. 17, Nov' .30 Pelham HOME THANKSand the other majorettes, Joyce 1944. The following officers were GIVING EVE.
T H EU F 0ICooper, Beverly Patterson and the elected to control the activities of the On Saturday, September 23 the
two anew ones, Frances Sauls and F.F.A. for 1944-45. officials from the schools of this
-- - -i- eo do somearea held a meeting at, the Madison STAFF Evelyn Blaik, are going to do some President, Bill Ardderson; vice- High School and formed the North
TR JLOSE --rASPR PLAY real strutting this year. president, Billy Floyd, secretary, Florida .Athletic Conference. There
TIGERS~ LOSE Editor-in-d1 el'-Aa Ruth Sawyer E OIS The band's officers are as follows: Henry Reams; treasurer,, William will, be five teams who are memCLOSE GAME Assistant Editor-eySrl Pattersan Prsident, Charles Dean; vicepres-' Bailey; reporter, Robert Dixon; Ad bers of the football league: Pefry,
Sports Editors- Tilliam Bailey porter, Beverly Patterson. Grien. son a championship will be awarded
he"c'human The Jasper Bulldogs will comeoming Friday will see our T second meeting of the F.F.A. to the team which has won the cone M inPel last Fria Class and Club Editor- growling into town Friday night in first drill nd Fwe're practicing was held Oct. 2. The Green Hand ference by the' Dickinson system.
nlqs gh, in rrydyeViolet Hightower an t attempt to hand the Tigers a de- mighty hard so we can do ourbes initiation was given tofirst The present stands show Perry
night, incidentally- one of the lowest Typists- Bettilee Bird feat. TheTigers are equally deter- These members will march Friday: year boys. Thirty-four members and to be at the top of the league with
scores to which a- Perry team has Vt m h i lt uster Bulloc, John D. McClellan, five visitors were present at ,the. Madison running a close second. The
I"~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ ee hliiy otieloeetVrgninclgt. After thle% busrinessButr uloi~, D. ~elan iv session purpose of the 'formation, 'of thi
been held by Monticello in several Ciclto'gs-Rbr itnJimmy Blackmon, Sharon Blair, Fra- betn.Atrehtbsns eso uroeo h om tion of ths
years. The score was 13-0. The ircultion rs.- Robert Linton The J er team is reputedly very La n ha lyd and the F.F.A. initiation, everyone conference 'is to promote
Perry team scored inalongrunback At E S Haely strong with -apassing attack built Sauls, Danny Monroe, Eleanor Fol- enjoyed a weiner roast. Th Green letic relations and understandings
of the opening kickoff to lead from Art Edtor- Sue aronudl a Sooauncln nmd s, Billy F rase, Chalsener Hand initiates are: Fraser Rudd,, with the comrnmties of this eadf~m ,kd~llaroun~d a 6 foot 4 inch ,end namned somn, Bill' Fraser Cnitiate
the opening m6ments by 6-0. The Gossip (ditor- Emmala Pate Ch ha Cha J eBs Jer Hushell Walker, Tom Reams, W. IL It has decided that all conference
Tigers then made the game all their Love-Lorn- Bettilee, 'Bird av Bulloc Steve Walker, Harry Dow- Harrell, Frankie Rudd, Ernest Bus- gam eis must bell coufe
way for the remainder of the half, Reporters-Eleano r Folsh,Lorene shoprn up Well iW, its earlier appear- BulloL Harrell, Andy Lacy, Lor- beerLon kie reen, Eroom, Bus- games.
Twice getting to within scoring dis- Horner, Loren Reichert. dances; so those who turni out win d he rt Frrale Rddy aLr' by Monroe, David Rabon, John Rob- Thisfact will promote better athtanc only to have a fourth down see a well-played and interesting athryn Blir, Mary Virginia Foun- erts, Hiram Kilpatrick, Melvin Bus- letic relations. Fair play is the
ony oneccceio Xn mishing their birst Viios wDereI:> Mrcoennwtho
pass incomplete in the Perry end zone contest, tin, Jacquie Funtai Nell Whittle bee. Visitswere: Mr. While n, wtchwoord of clean, worthwhile
on one occasion and missing thefirst BUILDINGnFOUNDATIOS teams' Sonny 1atterso, Del ChIk, Betty Mr .Henry Malloy, Miss.;, Emmala atiletied Let's all strive to keep
dn he the Pby four yard line B ISIMP FU TIBUSIE Coach Hileman ist putting the boys n Davis. D Pate, Miss Virginia McIntosh,' Miss our athletics on that plane.
ano te Peby ce The TigersBUSINESS through their paces ironing out'p fewv Neal avis. Beverly Pattersqn.'
clawed the Perry boys all over"' the faultchoo whc "crppi~ 'out, at ( the'' ',,
ld et Today eds the first school month; games in Perry last Friday The LSH Newspaper Weekfed maignn fis downls I Toa. Iie"frs motIjEA
Perry's six. 11enry Reams was the sme students are not progressing Tigers' passing attack is getting a Al who owe rfor last rOSSlp
Peorry'sm Tiiexs passingas'asAl4wow Jeff e'r onian frls cniudfo ae1
leading ground gainer fdr the Tigers, in the pursuance of thtrristudie ps working 'over as wel as their pa p ake s ontied f
racking up a total of '38 yards and they should. Th s 1:rst month end- defense ih preparation for the aerial give your 56 to the editors before lv a b cn speakom r pa th ough
Tippy Shuman was close, behind ing should be a tr whenall 'of us bombardment whidh is expected your 1 to ure. reptob n and e lay h t ,tire ? Fqnt I'rt Mon without fear.
with 27 more line stripes. Sonny take stock, ourse The p from Jasper. he Tigers rill have get it paid.', Thanks. ,Evelyn and Tippys hearts are Ie accorded M. Bowden ,a cordial
Noegel intercepted a Perry pass and ress that you makenow4 'will deter- a' strong running' attack, to greet the beating in time again.-Well good! ,welcome to the community-and to the
made a ,run, back of 2i yards' before mine in large measure your later visitors with, as well as a few tricks SPO R WBetty S. do yQu have to date Am- club meeting. Frank Pelot, former
being hauled 'down fron~ehind Wil-. success in dach course that you are which are being prepared td keep btose every pitb. ?. president of the club, now of Talliam Bailey blocked a Perry kick and taking. A good foundation is nepes them guessing. The Monticello fns "The Sophomoores have made a brave Henry R, sho i ,bashful boy, but' lahassee 'and G. H. Blackman,
led the fighting line in the stubborn scary to build a strong house. Is are particularly urgeft tor como and start upon *thi'road to glory this w, really thinkie gives Mary Ann Gainesville Kiwanian were guests at
defenses. The Tigers showed them- ygurs a kood foundation in'English, back their team in,this renewal ear. Tle class under-the lea&dership lots of t' the meeting. ;
selves proud on defense as the Perry history, and -the other courses you athletic relations, with Jasper after of Miss Cathrine Stimson, plan to Wonder w to Mary William
Willia Scheffer called atnto
back ?Vainly tried to'punch their way are pursuing? When you can a three-year lapse,. -.asper is anold giVe a 'qance Novenber 24 at the Nep and George "'to the March of ':fhne
for gains. The'Tigers machine bids answer this question in, the affirm- time rival of many grid battles at.d oo after the football game Billie Ro how- does it feel to bee
q'~sion ~fir-4 mny, lubh& use shownr the foobel gamerin Theatr RoShouoen-elob
fair to impi'ove, greatly as the season ative," then you are. accomplishing a good clean scrap for a victory is w Prry. gom wit a jumor?-Funch.a ad Mnayece et shgoes on. Many of the boys who something. expectedfrom, both teams.; Bill An- Mrs. Totn Clarke has been chosen Pats reall rates wik the prel'
gos n Patsy hasll rate with th 'mechanized' agriculture on. the farm
faced Perry on the kickoff were lit- Report, cards will come out in person, the, 1944 captain urged that home room mother. death of the freshman class. where he was recently employed.
erally shaking in their shoes as they another two weeks as the 'first six all students ome out and support We shallb s6e and hear from this Betty Neal, how are you 'coming /The serious illness of Kiwanian
faced'the first kickoff of 'their car- weeks period ends this will answrallant class nore in the future. hall: Chas. T., Caroll, at his .home on,
eers. Those who saw action for the your question for you. So you lag- 1 the boys? ? Dgwood treet, as note w
first *time were, IHubert Clayton, gards wake up and get down to work, U Better watch out, Jean, Audrey is proud srere,
Robert Green, Eugene Blackmon, vacation is over and school is run- JunOOrR Class Scho Caf e eBrlia beating your time with George Y.
Geo. Arrants, Luther Davis, Charles ning on. Make your business a Nell, did yoi get a thrill sitting by
Williams and Ronald Huriter. The sound investment by building your- Sponsor Concession Serving C Wilburn in church.P eanAuctionby~erig building4 r .kmw'-w Auctionboys showed what they were made of self a strot foundation! Frances H and Jr. certamly do
and now that 'one game is behind -Mr. Hileman, Principal. 'The Junior Class of 1944 is spoli- 'The school cafeteria has, been /hve up a case! How about ity Fran
hem will'r Class muc imprved ass tPIIhe school ~ (continued' from page, 1)
them will ba much improved, as the scoring a, concession booth at the serving 6ver 200\ plates daily since ces ?
Season~~sudntby goobal along.s The strtn % tetinal- ebr o hcessfully for 'the past, seven
sieupson 'Frayng h' wastat football games this year laiid will school started almost four eks Sammy and Frances are constant t t s
lineup last Friday nt w C abody offer drinks'of all kinds a ell as ago This isearly twice asmany ly bumping into eachother in the as yas: Chis Jefferea'rly twicf an stuey ears hasproved a boon to growers
ton, LET; Blackmon, LG; All news which you' wish to be cdies cakes pucracker' 'aeil last year. The hals. Is that coincidence? in. that section, and we intend to
NeeC; Bailey, RG; Floyd, RT; lished rixt week must be in the chnis, p es, an kotdos fote pras ofeben sgered lusct ]yeariod T ikhe Vill.aldosta pcnacii
Arr~ts,'RE Anersn Q; Rams, gossip box in. the hall, just outside chips, peanuts and hot dogs f or the program qfs~grdlnchpr ~ 4
Warrants, RE; Andeson QB; Re M fans' enjoyment :at the ball game for elementary talhd', high ,sch Football 'Schedule' ust s vvaluable to nut producers in
RH; Davis, -LH; Shuman, FB. Of ha done much to enable the action.
thee oly'two,,w~, ~Iyin at~poi-10 Coime on, give us 'a little news. Friday. Your patronage oif the con- g7ouPs h.i Sou m octbe h'
ther~se only th e 'revio y play ed oi 10 Comeu 'non gi to lienews.cession will be greatly appreciated. fr4hrooin staff, to handle thir.arge M. Ferguson, who, has' formed"
tinsthtthy q pevoul paydI know you know how to gossip, if g .apnmYsefcnty Thfodwih The Tigers have a killing scheduled ergaAcinSlsCmay
beoe' 'Oe, ter 'ad 1Fod ndtbiiigelse. Give i,5 for the paper '" theffoGeorgiahe po Auction, Salesav a illng, te'jjeo '
before: Noegel, center, and Foyd, DICKERT RECOGNILEB' -. has'been frved is well prepared and playing ten, 'ames on successive to rat u tlie pecan market, has
tackle. The" Tigers, 'are working t 'off ers 'a ell balanced meat of a weekends without a break. All of been busy luring recent wehks
hard to iron out the few flaws that Glee 'C b News, We, the staff. of the Jeffersonian, meat and, two vegetables. and bread the teams afe what would by classed contacting buyers in various parts
showed up in their play Friday, so wish to apologize to Miss Mildred fqr the 4ubt of fifteen cents. The adstough competition; no cr'ubs have fotact ad s th res
that they will be ready for Jaspeunder Dickert, music ins ctor, fo not uchroom is operating under the been scheduled. Every game willbe fthe country, and aid this wee
whom they entertain a home this of GMee Cklubt under g g di be listing her name among the faculty War Food Adnisfration program entertaining and will be good com- that a full representation I from
Friday.a Come and see your Tncoi o a last week. Among many, of the ac- which enables the lunchrooms to be petition; ;so follow your 4 Tigers major markets will e on hand for
se mel La~ich, wherever they go.' They ,need 'and the opening." ''',
play mio s ai n nj toyal oaniz tivities whidh she sponsors are band able to serve these meals' at sc wereve hyg.Te edan h pnn.
onis me rs we "addionic "ne and glee club which are progressing low rates. Much credit is due Mrs. want your support. Cost of operating the auction will
oleor am e eighth ve so e superbly Under her supervision. Miss Jim Cook and her staff for the fine Sept. 29 Perry. 043, be paid by 'the buyer rather than
Sponsors Dance ones romhe been elec dd e of Dickert has been a member of this lunchroom program they have offer- Oct. 6 Jasper HOM E the producer, and the sales wil l,Ibe
follic n 'fo ate coen ea r o school faculty for three previous ed our children under the sponsorship Oct. 13 .Madison in Madison open to all ,growers and buyers.
ovrer fo tiher comingshi Oc'yearo- t 1'~ I
FOlOWIg Game nPresident, wendolyn Hatchett fears in which she has gained many of the Monticello Parent Teachers Oct. 20 Pelham in Pelham Ga.
Vice-president, Ava Ruth Sawyer riendsr andadmirers. Association. 4 Oct. 27 Leon-B HOME IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
The Junior Class will sponsor a -Sereta4y and Trasurer_ Nell'-e
dance at the Womans Club on Fr- Whittleday night' immediately following the Librarian, Violet Hightower
gamaebetween Jasper and Our Tigers. Social Chairman, Voncile Lacy
The Jasper team has been invited to n c y
attend the dance; so, don't forget the FRESHMAN
Have a Coca-Cola =Eat- drink anid enjoy yourself"
celebration after the game. Come J",
to the Junior Dance at the Womans The freshman class -is,\ showing
4 Club. great'promise being the largest class
in schpol, we-h-ave great hopes for
SENIOR NEWS them. The members, unlike most
freshmen, have easily gotten into the
We have just received' a tter swmg of things and we see their q
ng uthat-itontt f or p- l s in various places. The footlication of the annual had gone gliee club are all examples and we
truhand we plnt starto te' na a they're .really good. '
acitual work immediately due to the mus stally s t:ilrtSw
fact that 'it is necessary 'to have'it Footbal b ilys manes Th
completed by the last 'of January, aiptua1 players are Charles Williams,
4; Martha Ann Stelts,' being4 editor- Ah obrsEien Bhklln
in-chief has called'A meeting~ at which Jonlobby rtsal, Eugee lackmonDavid'
she Sarahe Meen forp will 'ret iaboni and George Yates.' rn
ofite upnthef mebr o h e th band members include Fran-"'
of4hestffc-es Jane' Sauls,' Betty Ntel Davis, ''''~'~
We want tp extend a hearty wel- <6' Fountain,,: Frabier Rudd,, ,4 1, "~"'''
come to Lorene Wood,' who has just JacnieMnoSuni liis
beenoin ou ,ls ,after having L. Iarrell Elisanor Folsom anid Jake
ben i.Jacksonville attending BsetI4
school oudfdour h d leecu eber includeyBetty4
both deserve honorable mention and It's quite an unsulstart for a
are really a crdt' t th Seorfreshman class and we fel ha
, class. Nice going, seniors! they're really a eeitohee schatl
4' -' JUNIOR' NEWS Keep the good worl('up.
The Junior stand is in full swing S ocietyV ''
thIs year under the leadership of 4
- Frainkie Rudd. The class has start- S -r to ar eve y Snddy'
leder offing leted ofmep the cheer- trip and -operation at the hospital.4
ledr ben lctdfacBtrlp est wishes for a~ speedy ,recovery. A d g rfeh ett akadb r~u
namely Gwenolyn atchet and Bettilee's two days 'of absence due tad ig ef sme ttoa b c y r bab u,Lorene Horner., Football -boys f re o illes w1' gralVrconzd
the class this year are: Bill Ander- mnoe yays than one; most epecially One of the secrets qf any successful. home barbecue is plenty of ice-cold
son, captain of the squad, -Henrywhn ebgagtigtepprof
Reams, Hubert Clayton, Luther Davis then etting dohurr aof Coca-Cola. Everybody enjoys its life, sparkle and refreshment. Plan to have
Ad Ste classteetin th rig and give us a little more -moral s up- frotybottles of "Coke" ce-ol and rad to drink. When you soremem-1'
At te clss -meeing he rngsport -for next- weels. -frsy1-cL raqshp
were discussed, several committees With a- dcep sigh from the student' ber to ask fdr Coca-Cola. Everywhere,- Coca-Cola stands for the pause that
formed and the question of a Junior bolas-h acly olf o
Play thes broughttefo the f lnos military school in Jacksonville last rereshes,-has become a high-sign of hospitality 'in the~ American home.
Ofteeatiiiste tf nws\e .It's natural for popular names
fact that the Junior Stand will func- There are quite a few brilliant- BOTTLED UDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY tons acr f whndy youbeation at football games. minded students in this class, -too,Coaolcled"k"
Speaking of football games, we nmeaning of course Beta Club mem- MONTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMHPANY oa'oacle Ck"
understand theb Juniors are going to bers. Quite a promising -class and 01to Tb, r- Co.