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The Monticello news

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Title:
The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Monticello, FL
Publisher:
ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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Semiweekly[<1983-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
semiweekly
regular
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English
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v.60 no.14 October 27, 1944

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Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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30.54543 x -83.870842

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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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Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Gtewa toM or THE MONTIQELO EN W LRD
GTEw NTV HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN ~ JEFFERSON CONT FOIASIDEAL~ FARMING AND DAIYING SECTIO
VOL. 6(, No. 1. MOTICELO,FLORD. FIA, COE 27 194 FIVE CENTS A CP
AWar Departm~ent Region, Tat ofict Fir DaagenReels
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that ehas "die inthe service of11 hi ihre cldn 21 at l an 2 30 hoswr Florida Federation.ofGare Clbs
ountry." No date orcaueodat th dath ofMs utrsmte, agdadalLgo e ber' hard atf th Moticello Stock Mrs..~ A. rink, district dietr
wias given in the rness a whi wa 11 1~ 1, Ne wasr Yardsf weekly sal M y Evr-peie a l esos
sen to his wie, who is teaching rW 1 Hart, *hoa' se awa ure to planr tose attnd aI home when~ th iews icvr
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school in Greenville. Since the, tele- ed,~' an h i o f h iei un Duing the registration~ period o f
grm a nt elt As to the knwn Th fire fee was served in thie library
taand -aus fhi et, h ai pne pth ev the alarm~ andn '0 viios ;re. T.,e B. B~c i d washarSd~~~t , niber and~ ,~~ed
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The Monticello News. Monticello, Fla. Friday, October 27, 1944
* Truce* Clears Battlegrround of Civilians'C A SFE
DR E PN A RI1I'E N
SBeauty Preparations
1 ".10WRINKLE REMOVER! (government inspected). Preparation guaranteed or money
refunded. 30 days' supply $3.00.
MRS. LEONJARD BUTLER, flavana.Fa.
New Olean, LaLint From a Blue Serge Suit BRITISH AWARE OF CONGRESS New Yorkers and others planning HoeArCn ti
Altug th aeag ritisher to visit Miami Beach this, winter .mg
wilbe amazed ifFDR is not elected will be sleeping in churches and Home Owners or Builders: Air-Conditlois
will ifany home very effectively, install yourto afouth trmrecet weks aveschools," according to the president -~self. Average home $20.00. Details $1.00. seen the Biihpesand ubi far )f the Greater Miami Hotel -Ass'n. Ate. Enterprises, P.O0. Box 814, Reno, Nev.
Bmr writis h pssiblio R-; . The~ Fibber McGee~ film,
pore awaoryofth. of -Heavenly Days," briefly outlawed HOMESITES
When Governor Dewey beIgan his . . s along with "Wilson" by some U. S. d
Senators (for showing to troops over- Ideal Homesite, grove, garden, land. 45
en parinh tour, hpered inbout .seas) will be released any, day.~ ,Clearwater Bay. Overlook gulf. honeymoon X
ono pagaper speh n mratTh new stamp commemorating 'sle, $2,500. 3110 Main St., Tampa-'Fa.'
Londng to peae wthe an. edtoaldW the defense of Corregidor was craytendintb e precthsat c thepubstan Dned by Logan U. Reavis of Asso- HOME INSTRUCTION
Rpreearer. ntie asticuRepublcant cited Press. . The Look pub- Writers. Develop your' talent, Individual,
Repot re aed a..t th ..shers have been raiding all other skilled guidance by e.. per. editor, author.
10-week corresp. course $1e5. Hollywood
rived in. London, earlyin NeWrlansags for their new picture project-writers Inst., P. 0. Box 907, Hollywod 28
eawr in Seopte-S ,to compete directly with Life. -C i
ber, he needed a magnifying glass Ioi a B t
to find any reference to Dewey-al- i A **' eadL .Sihtsiyn e PRINTING
ways referred to by the British as. Gera tr.. Smi,,tesn be,. u llca .',V o ...... ..i.. ', .,', ..... 'W ..,""',........... JT;
"Governor Tom Dewey." .ore a congressional committee,said M.MEOG.APHING and Mltigraphing."
Hoe t h n choosing between Dewey and; 14 years of fine work and fair Prices. Free
samples and prices. E. ALLSMITI-. 1500,
Hoevr th chlene' spc in ....Rosvl is llke choosing between W. Nedro Avenue, Philadelphia 41, Pa. ,
the. London press gradually in- a.-rbbe. ..mit.is.t. -1. .
creased during September, eduiinat- thug and a r obb e mrs't
ing in double-column headlines on careful, Herr Goebbels will sue-him S I
thfot peaged th .. ..n h aftr, i fo. gai s m.. Editoree r a nd Pub- krtdgiacU ee.eit .a
S p e i t When Dunkirk became the center of operations, Allies and Germans agreed to a truce in order that sher's survey revealed that only 20 found Movies fo .S.. army, churches
Oklahoma City speech, civilians could -leave the city. Views showing them leaving are typical of other -cities along the route of per cent of the papers.,are for FDR 'Ccatalog free. National FilIms, RaleighN, C.
Chatting one day with a member the advancing Yanks. Allied headquarters say that the Dunkirk truce plan may not be followed in all other and that 10 states haven't -a single
of the British House of Commons, cities. Individual commanders will decide in the future. osvl aet.- re n i1r
Congressman Mundt was asked Roosevelt ga e T Sprouts Killer
about Dewey's chances. He rep ied
that he thought they were excellent inN w p e dd Or pout inL day wit
aolla R W Rages TBerlin on an American ship returning here F JONESTOWN,
andtht ~ewy mgh '~er wll o nti IU~n as vv r l ~ atiit was decided tobury him-, at sea MISISSPPI
into the White, House next year. The anhour after the black-outwhen~ and only one-seventh freight to pay.
member of parliament, -off guard,------ h abg'wsdie;o.
answered: "What a pity." I. O S WV S
Mundt mentioned the incidentHO S WV :
later to Churchill's minister of in- Several of the accounts in the papers 'about the' "Under Cover" Your Waste, Kitchen Fats
fpormaionzend:Br en h author being ejected from Gerald ArNeddfrE loie
L. K. Smith's press' coon
trine thughtw-hat he ete the frightened, Srnifli exposed by TURN 'EM IN! *I
traied tan tat.":- ~the author, ap~eared to overlook the
PARLIAMENT NOTICES' bi pon in the -story.Isedo
CONGRESS- i oelittling author- John' Roy Carlson
An i r result of the t. S. ....... for being kicked out, why didn't they
Anl impounrtaintystedtr emphasize his heroism- in going un- R lief At, Last,
mdination on the part of the British bsob d tr t io te e
government to work- with this coun- ob rp
try on the legislative as well as the -For Your Cough
executive level. The British are be- w oeetr: Day -.p re s
coming more and more, aware of....................................
OZ whote coeresdeS th mRa Josdeput, ause it goes right to the seat of the
the it the o Aeica h'en- n it in a new click called "Argentine germ laden phlegm, and aid atuwgrle d a it athey hul .rhvea e Diary," "Buenos Aires has a new to soothe and heal raw, tender,inovrooked itson t after the nrsapon 0neorgnizeflamed bronchial mucous memt r u n i n W i l s on... .. g t a t e r t h e raA ln e w s p a p e r a n u n d e r g r o u nd.. .... .p a pe.b r a n e s T e l l y o u r d r u g g i s t t o s e l l y ou
armistice. in which its big feature is a colm a bottle of Creomulsion with theunWhile observing the British Parli- entitled: 'El Winchel de la Argentina' derstanding you must like the way it
amen, Mndthead aspech y XThe name was suggested when they --quickly allays the cough or you areLord 'Braithwaite, author of a, re-thaeyumoybck
con-dealin the U. ,eS.,i A. :.sr,= hr ,AOo
cent bill, inviting American 'o- -"-'- "-&delithU.SA CREOM ULSION
gressmen to England as official "Practically all the dailies ther o CouCe lds,
guests, call 'for much closer ielan have been gagged -and, straittions between parliament and con- yjacketed by the gov't, so that under....... ...... :.. ...p tfn:a rp ;t .r i~
gress.. -round papers have sprung up ev"06r international friendship," erywh ere. 'Winchel' gives out with
said Lord Braithwaite, "cannot be' the inside stuff in back of every I OVR
permitted to depend o n the slender Typical ofmost Holland cities, aNejmeenm hit by GermanHal lied bombardment and sln shows mtas
reed of affection between two indi- the effect of the war upon ,that country. American soldiers aid, in cleaning up the city-as hellingae ar the Casa Rosad' (Agexitin's pink
welln.s take cae tesse). y pit ic domes h
cen"- sible for Allied troops to advance rapidly. Nothing remains stnigin wake of Nazi retreat. facts deleted bny censors and ex- For relief from the -torture of himple 2
GOO NEGBR poe th oolal -scrtso Jua Piles.ie -rZO ointment has been famous
GOODNEIHBOS -- -- poes'the cola-a 'scres o-~-,.Tan for more than thirty-years. Here's why
PROVIDE COFFEE Peron, Mussolini imitator, and No. 1 First. PAZO ointment soths infame
Coastgtiardsmen Cast Ballots Aachen Given Terms man in Argentina. The big-shots are- areas relieves-pain and itching. Second,
*The backstage -story -in regard to 0 -9 ointment lubricates hardened.
the near threat of coffee ratioifig .---going loco trying to learn where this dried parts-helps prevent cracking and
is that the Good N'eighbor. policy new 'Winchel' gets his stuff. Caught to reduesweing, PaZndte bedg
:rto ceswllinganchk leeig
paid dividends last month. Brazil . .......... reading ln means the concentra Fourth, it's easy to use. PAZO olniian friendship enabled us to avert "v' ion camp at Patagonia. This is your imei110perforated Pil Pip makes spratiocngli aimpks: ho out h YAor ote
either. coffee 'aingor a cofee .-.... ." "~ ~monument in Argentina. can tell thoough Ybou octo
rise in price. nThe'Ateri&fhi Lhser RalR
wife will- be in $18,8'000,000 between Our best unreliable source from
now and Christmdas because of the .li mu sti ite fo wing
Good Neighbor policy. -flash ~. It seems -that Adolf arnd Goer-'
U.~ is S.o retaidcoffe pries hee.h
been-frozen since December, 1941, Adolf a sh R YOU OV E oK
bu ..ret a c f p e e a n ha sa e tf aan.t
bu te os o -roucngcofe i '-Hermann's uniform and said: "How TRD R N O N
Brazil, Colombia, Salvador'. and many times, -Hermann, I told you IRt D-UN D
Venezuela has not.- Growers there Are~,.-~ yo dot you must haot vare moemt;aeohnurARLSmyb
have been clamoring for higher 3~.-' tl--'-'""" es dan me? Vy you varing vonth pe toiyued VITA-BELSmyb
prices. extra mettle, -hah?" mERLES contain a special coibina-The goenet of .. thsfour ..... "Oh, ei-Ferr"whed tion of Iron, Iodine, Calcium and high
entries have been under constant s potency (1500 USP units pr day)
ru frm perl o n i- d iss mi y A a Ftl vitamin B-. For men and women
. c ii- me over 40, deficient -in these vital dsts to get better prices in -the M. button I ments, -VITA-BERLES may be the
United States. In -general, the, gr -" secret to building up pep, punch and
...s.of..enezuela, ColthbiaoandaSal- xer"--yAdd toaghhbreakseDean p-ivitality 'for a happier, henlthier roas ofVnezela, Colombia and Sal- vote atonoughith i breaHudson, mantic life. Le supply in
vador have had partial support frobm edr ototo a pnoe atclfe iea uL n~.T
surr r box Demand VITAsBEnoS at your
their governmentss) but -the Brazilian ~ v-"at rga.-eas i ae druggist or send $1.00 direct.
government has refused to prep' a -,v .0-------------------'gnen s i wassthehsamebasianotherzcar.garriIson 'ItTt "ERLES SALES CO.
her ries. 1' .d d guF----------h i as hc ad 1 Dinh Shre;tevppinee a e
taperinAoffeintheirrmaccetance I ereesite bte ofaraim-out iter-FRT:
oforstfron t hcmendU.ra -;hCarfgtn trop inJpa. a~ eot dct'osdrbe ,:uten tros shei eneins.-Sh is'autt :.:i0
Gambingon n ealyundefote hppywit h marige.- -Fr
-- n ar, the dciedtoa0 build. e'suph atofoesaveeaswihcn~e'besldesiorAeia -prn .ag and InwmderArmn" old sfrsp ondet-Markn an-* o
stocks fo Frnc an Spain wh n wa srke inEtheioisnh rs'Apiao.
log sivtotnycethirghtovtaln wthmlions fAerian ervceenyity wih aoterrffner nd pi mended sine he00 waidcted Heo *.i -earj vtecariedth surenertenisors owarommain etoe!: .
new ordes .ldthe WafoAd urdomhtn. isinte aiicadeilwmbcktePheppnsmaneGran.rohe Was iiThere~ wilhosfanfarey abou itromRS
mintrato rd eto reomn rain- and arrrechtinttropsin apan Eary rportuinicae cnsidrabecosenbecuseof is Grma-rbtnthtBrtis miitar isabot t
' inskg t e exAtAdmi ntrto Chsra!S intres.onthepariofoveseavetrantwthwonsderblesolier salorAmeica -prenageandknoledowhldPts irs our-matia -i th
Bowes latgme.Bowrlnth ne es o-admrn niiua a~inr twr, of GrmanapeU r.pubiisherA Btmissfier isThe
that- ~eshouldpunotsraise the pricctrPlace Old Suite (i.- .g ind New erse! 'irity renof cofee.- NoLikethut omeeouth sons, in'camea. :ttii ver
Menhie *he dictstrwhen approvedee byre, the Britishb '
-:i 1,000,000f AGSe Ao MONT coffee for Warin O fice, wil e ma e n odeprthkidns a i reoeexce
4of finance, ouza'idlostawastl in -wat__matter__from_________-'" Washingtn last Juyr he gurazi- i. ., ..,. aga'et s $100 o ech cfrhis o .
of Baziian coaran ee -6~for cofthe -: th-.- ex s, he' of l Stat for uba i be a ue ngigbeae "(i
-1foumahr months fromet-tSeptemberll i.the.pres--o--------William Beltadawhose family is from
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla, Friday, Octob~er 27, 1944
.EWING CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFT'
"South of Border' Tea Towels AU
]Brighten~ your kitchen with cross-stitch VRU BEER
6!E W R r towls.Patern7159~ contains a transfer
W RE E S A +...-. .pattern of seven mQtifs, averaging 61 by
TE STORY THUS FAR: Zoreanunusualy ge demand and
y thing happened in his china-blue him," she said. X uretwa oniins lihlymretm
* ltimid girl, Is expected by her employ. A i okeddistiguishd k. ^ I Stev-(^.+: g fp g current war conditia ,~aighfl more ti,: ,e
r's wife to deliver In person some thirty i a ......s required in filing orders for a few of
invitations to tea, of a rainy evening. She teeyes a he took pher in-e almost iNo? H hed softly, bu of you have any doubts about
picks up the invitations and starts o, imperceptible tightening. His ex- with no humor. "Well, you wouldn't t poa p I,
+ . .. .. .. . . ... Send y'our+ order to: the++ sh tge o new ........
'but,-dlscouraged, leans against. a tele- pression did not seem to change, yet be the first of mygirls he's tried to gSn y o t traes f een Cstae
.hone pole and cries. A handsome he betrayed, as his eyes quickly ranI steal" Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept meat by a government agency
-stranger comes along, learns her story, down her, surprise and disappoint- ,"Didhe," Zoe asked demurely, 564 W t that knows the situation
grabs the invitations from herAtnd tears meant. have much luck with the others?" Eiclose 15 cents (plus one ceit to hould 'lear your mind. it
them up. Zorle meets her fiance's uncle, She glanced quickly at Steve. He "He's always avy smoh cover cost of mailing) for Pattern points out that less than one
Adrmiral Duncan, who practically forces looked very brown and, huge and line," Paul hapid "atch out No -nowe tire for each car on the
lien to accept a job to edit his memoirs. handsome I replied.dinnerhacke it.- road will be produced In
Zorle's Aunt Hannah protests, but Ad. b i jam. 944, even If the industry Is
ini Duncan ;wins. The handsome with a blue bow tie and a blue silk "I shall," Zone promised Address abe to achieve the goal of
stranger plc 's up her suitcases and carnation the shade of his eyes. She hey -started to dance. Paul 22 million passenger car tires.
brings them to the steamer,- "Samoa." t~wondered ifhe knew that the man, "nCedwl u~~ihu w~_n
On board, Miss Amber Lanning claims she had just seen was aboard. H dac often Tire care Is Impierative nowparOccupancy to the same 'stateroom. He wag okn thra fh enoughato ke id' drantce ande if loral' Sea'' Divers Easily' tiual with users of truck and bus <'
w delighted with her. It mystified you aren't in practice, you bu mp Ocoth t
,CHAPTERV Z, r e The admiral had betrayed into people. Paul kept bumping into of the year therewil beo shortage
disappointment in her appearance, people nd apologizing. He became Ntives tthe ral sea hve of25e0tresr a month o meeles
Zonie closed her eyes, because and she had not been surprised. annoyed. The slight rolling fthegrpofh~1nstuoco uintie of the .2sz esado~r
thgisoh onnstrous?+cto-ouiin
they were suddenly filled with tears. Steve was gazing at her with un- shipokept sending him off balance, t the s.25.sa size cndoovr.
'These tears were, as usual, tears of mistakable admiration. -Why It and that annoyed him, too. itps. Usally the t s
tury directed at her meekness. She seemed-hat-whatever the basis was The ship rolled more sharply than ies, tentle a t the vi s
leaned back against the pillows. She for their contacts, he was always usual. Pul went sliding l- th is o r ne -ane bre
Intended to take a showe? in a mo- mystifying her. to the end of e forie
the ~ooi wit~ a asssimpl~y grasps the octopus~' upxent and dress in the bathroom. He slowly grinned, turned and f>thr dacer ho. seemd t pr d l e j
She fell asleep. The ringing of went into the other room ,He re- thinkit was fun. -sudden' powerful thrust, turns the
the telephone awoke her. She opened turned wh a white flower in his Paul did not. "To hell with t" DULGE in a rot of color in mouth inside out. This bursts the
hr eyes -and loo about th tate- hand. It looked a little like a gar- he said crossly. "Let's take a urn these "South of the. Border" tea ink reservoir killing the ocopus~romwih is~ Itwa ei~~t -,towels. Make gay Caballeros and and~causing the tentacles to un- Dr
'Miss Lanning had finished dressing "l r ight," 'U agreed
~ahd wa gone! right, Zbnie greed.senoritas in cross-stitch. coil. I.u E u ~
j- Just then Steve's deep, lazy voice
Zone glanced at her wristwatch. said, "Is it against maritime law to
She answered the phone. It was He was grinning at Paul. "Try AwAr "'"- "%
it+....... .~o IN... .. .
nit!" Paul sid curtly. "I'm not the ak RU
!reserved tones of-a man who is fu- ,:.. shark god's type." -A7 a..tIM E~ R
Tius utokng wh o ; au thers arwe Li
T bHe waled away. Steve had i
hndhand lightly under Zanio's elbow
"Zorie, what's become of you?, balancing her as i ship made w e T aev~~~brlel
We're all ready to start dinner." another deep roll. m fee are a when
"I'll explain everything," Zorie an- "Do yvou mind?" one has to "wear rubber boots in the shoemnaker reves.them whn
Iswered tremulously. "I won't bke a "No," said Zonie. "Paul doesil't winter or w~hen~ wading an icy they get worn on one side.
like to dance." st if ,'woolen socks are first -aAfter she had taken her shower, Hs -pueton n t per sacks drawn In laundering, Imem the
-and was looking for a bath towel, "Yud. on and "snug1 folded about the temprtr of~ the water is4 imshe learned why. There had been "Ys oei.'h etrebel- foot ThenJ put on another pair of ppirtant. Thle hotter the wa e the__________heru ang reklss sokshev cotndesalegitwie hecohs
'four hand towels and our bath towels. Miss L banning had used them uSo d I," Steve drawled fo e second pair F e seddall. They were strewn over he her lightly in his arms in thigswayget can tao
-room floor. adt e vitatde to dac.'snmte hw o thae. ayA~ or Re d E jVJ'
Ahot wave of anger went over St-- eve -was evdnl -experienced wae t-on atowd.
Zoe an or mmete tootdnig o nyJ cod u
dripping, witl er fists and her teeth n roing shis, because they A few cranberries added to your
'clenched. At that moment, she hat- -bumped into no one and4 when the applesauce when. cooking will give
'ed the slim, beautiful, arrogant Miss bhip rolled he seemed to know how it a. -eliciou 'flavor,
-Lanning. ~'%'. to dance withthe roll, so that their a
She opened- he!' trunk, having torhtmws'brknadsels Cooncduysokbs,.i
look through- her bag for the key, th erhy'wse' hadokeith a l he t Asfte laundrng took are not
,and found three hand towels she he eet were about to shoot ou~t ironed, but<, merely brush al~ on
1ad intended embroiderig for Aun-from under her. Steve danced th~e direction of the ribs while Still. IC' v R I E
annah's birthday. They were mere p smoothly and helefirmly. Hewawsr slightly .damp.
~wis~ps of towels. She could not dry oeytodne with that~ Zorie felt ~"~eGsn~~ rs ed"~
ee self at all thoroughly. herself relaxing. Wen w washingg winds, add Kellogg's Rice K:ispiesequal the
"Some day,"~ Zonie announced, Sj-he looked. about for Paul and saw few drops of kerosene to te water yhole ripe, grain in nearly all the
"'I'm going to be like that. I'm go- him go bout on deck. toge added polish. Painted fr protective food elements declared
to be arrogant andruthlessand 'Are you the sharkgod's t is easily cleaned if' a essential .
tal." He took her lightly in, is arms she asked. e kersene is added to 'the
*S te ~ y e ar Secid"See nvrd T~nessed with haste. Sehad and they started to dance, ---"' the shark, od's- ,adopted ~washn water.
avy-blue dress, denio, but its white petals were more was a k....d, on Kauai, I did a .....ot of I ippedr it~ Up and stepped back and fragile. It had a spicy-sweet odor' suing in dangerous water. An 'old considered herself in the errors. that was strange and exotic. Hawaiian family took a fancy to me
ee opened the door. A manwas "With the compliments ef Admiral and their god happened to be the
tandingin the corridor a dozen feet Duncan," he said r,
a~way with an ulgtdcigarette in '"It's an~ o14 island 'custom." the ritual. They wanted to 'protect
is wouth. He was flicking the -He put th flower in her hair.' As me against all dangers in or on the
wheel of a lighter. He held the he-bent down and fixed the flower he sea."
flame to the cigarette, but his eyes said in a Voicetoo low for the ad- It sounds pagan," Zore nsilr'were on Zorie and they -xemaiiied on rniral and Paul to hear, "I'mi proud inured. It als sounded character- '
hier as she shut the door and started -of -you, baby." '~- istic of Steve. '
along the corridor toward him. Zrie -was more mystiied -than -It is," said Steve.
' He was. a- short -ma~n in a, dark ever. No man had ever before put ;- Sher laughed. "Are y'ou pagan?",* -X
gray suit, with ide sloping shoul- a flower in her hair. Her cheeks He grinned lazily down at her.
dens afnd scrnbby-looking dark red were during. She could not decide "Incurably."
hair. Slanting eye,-sockets gave his whether- he was making ,dark eyesa -cynical expression. being sorry for her, because of her dancewith her-,why tie was bother- M
As-h pse hm isee unwrinkled dress, he;. lack of makeup igwt her Tee were m~aniy pret "~<
~fe ad h im, hires na n- and Paul's cool disapproval of her ty girls on the floor, and every'time ght, as tardiness, or whether he was delib- onie glanced at one of the, she'
alert, as the eyes o a ferret. He
muade her feel uneasy. ratelyteasing Pal. -was staring at Steve. -He could haveShe oundan -levtor nd wntI Whatever his motive was, she felt -been dancing -with any -of them, yet-ri o k grateful "Thank you," she said, he seemed oblivious to them. 'Why?
up tonDe corir, she eaw a he with warmth. "What is-it?" W y did ou put this flow.erin
wid,e s od or,< i sh ,~~e saamn "Whteo gier" or: picke d pe a mpryt hair?"
coming -down the stairs fromi- the dith gier" h ed -u n, erh
deck above.- She noticed him onycocktail from a tray -and handed it -"Because I was eae he les- n to her, but -before she could accept for taking my dvice. I happenedbeasein tedinone roet 'ud at e Paul said curtly, "Zone doesn't to be i the' rn when Paul phoned
b~lack trousers. His shiny black hair drink, Steve." -* 7 o.Itogth a bigiet ~~'"
was graying at the temples, and he It wasn't true. W Although Paul dis- stuffy. The longer youakept us waitlooked distinguished 'and important approved of drinking because of its i!ntg, the more I admired youc.
- Aso, h s~edforj~. ~d ~utr~demonstrably- harmful Als, he dssieaed. a ktu h h o r af t ete
.....cktayesll" or tw ....lypr- ie osowPu ht hecud'
-- ii that -thki tdraceyend liasthle ,a Was friu beo -s sh be "+odtitred ard.! oryu? i t K-
grav~ard of his' ollis aulte tn hewa pnih n her k DO yu-1:+"-Se akd
-A dher ears ude~ otherqd e- curl seaid, -jL a-iy"-h ~-hpy.nakdwt e e
lls!-crn dw alitan he nw uy.Sowupropso~rd,-potld-hr esde ile r wled, and drank the oktil en In itretd h-: bo+, i:
.. .. atpretty
,L hnheset~pe.aeeof Adia Duncan, ,h+brkd ueyur gigod -- ht'he aidur in Waslurd pupoefl t ," he aciiizdee ry h0 isht ith hiysebok. uven go tohe~f~l ." ..... +
++ s t ~ared,'atr- skinea -mmn tev waruousd accompnhesme oHid aln,-dlk.on +'t esitatet ac bIt'
longer: -d ihi i ght f e eyeswa mann h bute calg veyr'and po v~irdfl do' Oe lever.- You uian. flo:::, i ngatrn Peabodaai ':
th tarted 7 fsw a-coridor selmos oh n ed+ e.t n- -{:!< you. e miifIiion somel m of ent+- 7f .. ,
ht a run. -adhe,: 3' She, was glad +f w hues- diner was. sesins?" -:' ......-- .. M en d ;th dak'o d ittle 't o v e~ er. -x -dni "Won' ;ewi betll fodigr u?" ly ZonL .
- -~o Paul sa+hai, "Lret' gatdo up and -ased -........
-+++ -int,~h spos"te, no-nuua, eth dne si:.he-as slpureishe ws-Sitve, ant lved o,'t him.sw,'ingta; Nhdyoefwrtetup hfanl le~~o gn with theg.motlan.pyig:i + American+ "ie nrv-shatter men;- intemrcat
his admir alred a rk-skitheed ma teve wrto~gtuld acomany sthem. His -a- eind 1k ith 4heO~m wittfle y tar-hae sargu-esenher would stponehthe woviau-ral the tor ofelrcls H awai -a : + :m woring marine a hnet euprt.T:
'den. is ,te t eyr'e as thmbe an-ish le scoldingfand he a-d eter trat Seed --'y'irongaminger He miwa iu nst nillogafe nigtfal Uponii ] imfon+":iunat pepe aroad and..... t o m
ha en i h -gensea hn rie t ustin'hm Y 'r going to all ieting o wihfa h burde of 'edin th e i g "++ chanc to hv life liberty an ha
St. wee shuarn. hayd hid benothe she aseead 'cauiosly, "I'll helwh.Hx altl yumc ocs. h iila ou~in .~d Ies
hwl kednogherom rom ih rihto begi -Wit k in',' h Ste- aig si h oldn her. ToHerha~e ofi prduig noe, more thnevrtisya, lae]
." e tillepeundng Stev and'nthe glanced at h r sro id wa ins aninb ou t hly, ande payn.
--ore whihwsflytie aorg a sehehoshthuhshwodhr Zoe-flrckssadgy le-v -soc~d~ih~~qf e : ot,'
The thcol ree mvenin jahkt pa le- "What do you think Of that beautiful dictory that :she felt confused. UwI .IU 111
'touer. h' lace a Paltalbig brother of minenow?" She realized that his charon, hit Noyo. ae.skd.o.el.yu fe 1_.w ar F d~ .......
andusraigSh ancpedd- taloking, "That was a nice gesture," Zonie warm personality Were. danigerougl men in another way ,... t0o otr w a.... ..f+..
with t-xrsio in hee s he flowrdinomohair. money to 'men'. in the are farce : U
" hadbeen prepared: for. -,aenes.,Shewasno ofen.usp..[..
"Im sryImlt, h ad "es," Paul said. "'Steve is very 'cious of; people, but she oud not needed recration, to gie books and *%: i;i
?meI. sryImlae"hesi good at gestures. Most Women fall help being suspicious of this tall, sports equipment to prisoners of war, to Representing the: National War Fu,d,
Y" l .....for him like a ton of bricks. He's deep-voiced young man wfth hiu
"Being lte," the admiral said, that utterl-y irresistible combination graceful ways. There. was simply k
a euiful woman's privilege."+ -a handsome rascal with the-tender noraonfrhm.ob.a.ighs
Wih+iscrl ht arlA u-considerateness oyf a Raleigh." tieonhr '-I- :
roed rd ac ad~hi gea ret-- on wndre i "Pu -Zor wo dee f -a,.wa e ... ..........' .. .
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"OUs THE MONTICELLO NEWS, 'MOI!2ICELLO. FLORIDA FIDAY. OCTOBER~ 21, 1911
THE MRONTICELLO NEWS Banker Endorses tataist wnAin, an~dt dneosyLt. McLeod- I baonyte.ia flPO ~ OO~
that~~ 'sdpeosyIn re: Estate of Mrs. E]mn~la, Park~ULS~E PUBLISHED_ EERT______- Proposed Rig ht UTo The people of the' State of Florida' (continued fromii page 1) C~olDe.The "ih o-Wr'
CO~IEL PETIE ITAl reiosan esnshvn
MNIELtablid 186 R Work A ed nt will vote for~ or against the~ Right-to- all officers in the U. S., Army. CaP Claims or Demnands Against Said jAmendment simply u&i
Established 1869enuIn ~ Work Amiendmnent inthe general elee- anNra cedJ. si h
MNIELCOSIUINtions Novem~ber tah. ora eodJrisn.tEtate:I te1es all workers the right to1
Lesug l.Oc.1,(N)r IArmy me~dtcal corps and serves a- YouK and each of you are hereby
Established 18731emlyetwthrhy
MONTI(E~L NEto D of the Right-to-Warlk amendments by No1 4~ ADe~adjTa claims and demands which you, or beogtaunnoro.
the people of Florida at~ the general ~e~sh nteAm.Lt. Wallac esaeo r4Eimpallu Cam<
KEATHLJEY BOWDEN elections on' Novyembier 7th., will Editor a14 the dawn of a new eraof pros-~ Its wille tot an an -to ees~dlt ~~aiCuiy
_________________________ f~ Entered ai' Monicello' post office peiyfrboth caia n aMail matter Qf th1eSeco1d Class this State." So< sai Mr. G. C. ar, er N. 'C Lt. Jame president of the< Firs NatioalBak Jeff ero County rient wh Lo4eod retuirned five monthsi ag from Celo Florida, within .eigt camendar workers topPay som uon Teehn ----------18Ro ths itae and frmersieto qaifor potions wit the Stat e a, year's sevice in theJMiddle~ Eat months' froo&>the time ofthe first ovrlr fo a thFIe StateBankers Associaion Of Wefar Bard and 4the aFrda Indu~s- ern-North-Africanz teatre. He~ is publication of this notice. Each lam Qeir r $w Bi>ag Dogw~ood Street Flrda r. Ware, vice president of .trilCmiso by pasn th naigaor~ in? the,4 Air1 New Brwngth Rih-oWr Amendment Ao ehal atate th pace of fesdeceen
~ t I~gh~o~~y k A# dien Aso~merit sytemi examin~ations t be sioned at D3ale MbyY Fild. post offie address rof thlflianm cito declred6.v furthr "Dsith hed onwllb eiibe o epoy# issstr areMrs. Clyde SauA, andshal be swor to by theC im 2Q fa that certainlabo 0ose stat tment nerhoes well site Motielo Mss Lucile MLeod, Tat- ani agent, or atorey, and anyj J IT IS SIPL Si Months --------- LOO that the Rit-- -Wprk amendment seetos'ftesae ta xli-lhse an Jan Mced hree Mouths ------.75 will take certain rights aa fomi ed her toa y isSalePletnI t ceodi, ike h is brothers, v-shl be voi; the first publicaton labr, e~i prso al ~hebreof ben onOctober 13th. 1941.
t I hat the ~ FIE VAES D~ARKNESS bor bossesthem~selves. It wil take 3 ni d12,' Afe completion of is~ training hke as xctrso h miLat Wil < n No v. 7thI
stteofic, 2 ni ofiesaTestamient of M~rs. 1maa akhl A new itemf from Manhete, away ther right to pake a man oin distrc offices i FlrdMiss was< signed union to get ajob. It willtake Puleo sad "andi~ all ire fled River Mrine Base for- a peiod of e -O-7~~3 England, dated Septemer 12 stahrtetgd'.l c ut yq e4
onrh in~~cm thi in byhghiiito fees and mnthfly isters established by >the inri sy- je oveen a dut '4at once.
tril ceter I f 80 'pO~bopulatio dutbes. It will take away' th'eirrih telm tet. The Florida ndu trle sailed ~rst b"alls behind in. his,,dues payments to thth tlight ah.e ~ gilave spent'a intructto~ ~ ~ ~ ~~i ha eiL9"A /UN N
in~et~~aku ifel one single,'ita y ri mak~~tteIa>~ e the hig qstgrades are rachledite Paific where h~e gave Ii all"Iut
"T~hewtch wasturne dat 9-P.M [0 freelym~ or i 9~r' j~td8inte~ 5 order tha the< stru ggle
Soe eple just stood and gazed tInstead it wiliv the the mot a genc areto be fled." ~< r ghta ln
don heman thooughfre s~miling. j ecious, rint Tes ~n v~ ts -1 be ~son -You wil fin you're one< of> 6Winore
the right -to workWpa foreiiwhomevmer they sad fr1 classeso cerica poi Th ntle>ss friends of Lt, e-nsl theiy .ny <
Some eemeeve ra frmlam wIam oworlfo, wthut ayigrkib-oiot, nctclnitypsts stnogap- Loc andI 'is amiy teianxsten SieaelMniorcegearc.eYu wl3 in frshnewviepoiI.rti
iriaxjpt k~lttp. te to a Un ion Boss." er clerk and taiulating equipmet wating~ fr frthe ne fomte ,fuller, riche undrstndin of worl affairs rtfl cuae
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1944 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA '
NOTICE Kersey, W. J. Johnsoon. John Booth, Huey Daniel, J. P. Jr. Hunter, J. L., Lacy, Mrs. Arch Roe, Mrs. R. W.
List of Qualified, ElectorsKersey, Mrs. W. J. Johnson, Edna Bishop, F. E. Duncan, Elizabeth Hughes, Grace Moore, C. L. Rankin, Hazel Cooper
of Jefferson County as to dis-King, E. C. Jackson, Martha Frances Bishop, Mrs. Frank Davis, Vernice Harris, Mrs. Waldo Mays, D. H. Ridgeway. E. F.
tricts-October 1, 1944. King, Mrs. Berta Kinsey, N. Booth, Mrs. D. F. Donley, H1. G. Henderson, Bessie Martin, J. D. Reichert, A. C.
DISTRICT No. 1 Kersey, Carl Lafitte, D. M. Butler, Mrs. T. B. Davis, Milton Horner, Mrs. W. F. Maige, W. L. Roberts, Jr. Herbert
Bivehs, W. R. Kersey, Mrs. J. C. Lafitte. Mrs. Ida L. Burns, Charley D)eVane, John P. Howell, Elethia Miller, H. K. Reactor, Richard C.
Butler, W. L. Kennedy, Ray Linton, Mrs. Sam Blunk, Altie Driggers,. J. D. Hogan. W. R.- Miller, R. G. Ridgeway, Mrs. E. F.
Boyd, Fred A. MIonroe, J. C. Linton. S am Bunney, Mrs. I. I. Doke. R. H. Harris, B. V. Morris, L. G. Ritchey, E. J.
Burnett, Mrs. J. 0. Monroe, Mrs. J. C. Lafitte, Mrs. D. M. Bunney, 'Ilrvin 1. Dann, Mis. Edith C. Herrington, H. M. Mahan, F. A. Rogers, James H.
Burnett, J. 0. Palik, Mrs. Mary Lowman, Mrs. Roxie Brown, Emeny E. Dukes, J. E. lanmrick, D. J. Mu.rdo ck, J. R. teicihert, Colby
Collins, G. J. Reichert, S. Lowman, W. G. Brown, Eunice Dukes, Mrs. J:, E. 'Horne. Mrs. K. L. Mays, Mrs. D. H. Reichert, S. A.
Cone, R.. Reichert, W. E. Jr. Leverette, L. E. Braswell, Mrs. B. S. Doke, Mrs. Mattie V. Haipon, Mrs. 'mma Maige, Mrs. Sara Ritchey, Ts. C. J.
Cooley, Thos. Reichert, Mrs. Lona Martin, W. A. Brown, Mrs Lois Dilckei t, Mildred Hurst, R. F. Miller, Mrs .H. K. Rogans, J. I.
Gooey, Mrs. Hanson Rei!chert, S. A, Miller, Mrs. Alma Bassett, H. Burt Davis, W. L. Herrington, Annie Martin, Mrs. Eva C. Reeves, Helen
Cone, W. T. Rainey, Pauline Martin. Mrs. Bessie Blackman, Mrs. R. L. Davis, Ethel H-rington, C. C. May, Mrs. W. O. Reeves. Claude
Cone, S. R. Reichert. Mrs. Everette Mays, J.F. Brinson, Carolyn Dice, A. E. Hampton, Dolphus Murdock, Mr.'s J.R. Richardson, E. O.
Cone, Mrs. S. R. Roberts, ichard R. Mays, Mrs. J. F. Brown, C. J. E~dwards, Gus Harress, Willette Moore, Mrs. Chas. L. Rainey. L. N.
Cone,~~Erl Drs S. ,t Morris, Dicar D. MRsMs.nkFiBon, C. R
Collins, A. R. Roberts. Mrs. Milt Morrison, M. R. Bishop, Mrs. H.M. Earl, B.. Hopon, Mrs. R H. Morris. D.D. Hankin, C. R.
Collins, Mrs. A. R. Rhodes. Mrs. Woodrow Morgan, E. M. Burt, Nell H. Eaton, Mrs. it. L. Hops9n. R. T. Marshall, Mrs. Paul Richardson, Mrs. E. 0.
Finlayson, Mrs. Margaret Rhodes. oodrow Miller. M. D. Branch Ida Englemen, Mrs. H. R. Houston, Mrs. Orin Mays, C. P. Reichert, Madelon
Finlayson, Mrs. L J. Reihert. C.Woodrow Miller, Mrs. M. D. Bishop, H-. M. Edwards, Mrs. Gus Howell, Hugh Milton, Mrs. Margaret Russell, C. B.
Finlayson, Mrs. W Reichert, Mrs. Odr, R B Buchanon, R. E. Eby, F. E. Hobbs, S. Miller, Mrs. R. G. Reed. Kenneth
Finlayson, Elizabeth Reichert, Rub Oder, J. S. Brison, Mary Edwards. M. Kay Herndon' Alt-on Morris, Mrs. L. G, Reichert, Mary D.
Firnlayson, Carrie Linn Sauls. John A. ._Ode, R. B. Jr. Battern, Delma E. Edwards, Mrs. M. Kay lnkins Mrs. Win. Foster Mash Mrs. A. M. Russell, Mrs. C. B.
Finlayson, A. uman. T Oder, J. G. Branch, Annie Mae Evans, Mrs. H. W. Hill, S. L. Mills, Mrs. A. W. Ragan, N. M.
Grubbs uan W. T Oder. E. C Bishop, F. E. Everette, Andrew Hill Evelyn L. Mills, Fred Ragan, Mrs. N. M.
Grubb, Lawrence Sauls, Mrs. Palmer Oder, Mrs. Cora Braswell, fMrs. Kathleen Evans, H. W. JTlamrick, Mary E. Mahan, Mrs. F. A. Reichert, H. S,
Gubbs, Mrs. LaWrence Sledge. T. J. Oder, Minnie Branyon, Mrs. -C. D. Elrod, Jesse Hurst Mrs. R. F. Miller, G. K. Roberfs, Mrs. Alice D.
Hogan, W. B. Stelhens, John Parker, M. i1. Brannen, J. D. Elrod, Hazel Howell, Ed. D. Miller, Edna Earl Roberts, W. H.
Hogan, J. A. ASuman T. Patterson, I Bassett, C. J. Eason, C. S. Howell, Mrs. Edd Moline, Mrs. Ethel Roberts, Clifton
Hogan, Mrs. A.A. Scarberry. Milton Patterson, .Mrs. Ira Boyles, J. Evans. James W. Hill, Mrs .L. S. Morrell, Miss Gertrude Iie, Ruth S.
Hogan, Mrs. Lena Stepnens. Lucetta G. Pendleton Mrs Murry A. Brink. F. A. Eason, Mrs.. C. S. Hogan, Mrs. W. R. Mills, Mrs. G. Reynolds, Theo.
Hogan, Miss Ella Stephens. John M. 1:ouse, Ms. Kinnie B lack, N. Folsom, L. B. Hutchins, Mrs., Scott Mays. Irene Register, J. R.
Howell Mrs. W. J. Shuman. John H, Rouse, Kinny Bobbitt, J. E. Folsom, J. I. Hawkins, ~V. C. Murdock, Martha Ray, O. E.
Howell:, William J. Shuman, Mrs. John H. Rouse, Gilberi t Byrd, Mrs. W. D. Finlayson, D. A. Hawkins, Mrs. W. C. Mathis, 5. T. Rector, Kenneth L.
Hall .R. C. Scarberry. Mrs. L. S. Rouse, Corris Barker. Mrs. J. P. Finlayson, Mrs. Mary T. HamInton, Mary Miller, R. H. Rector, Mrs. R C..
Howell, George A. Stiokes. William W. Rouse, Lucille Barker, J. JP. Folsom, Parmelia Ti-.'e, Brantley B. Maxwell, R. F. Rogers, Robert
Howell, Mrs. Geo. A. Stanberry, J. G, Regster, Mrs. Penn, Brown, Louis Polsom, Annie Mae Hale.. Mrs. Mary Maxwell, Mrs. R, F. Revell, Jr. A. N.
Hogan, Mrs. W. B. Sims, Clayton Register, Penn Blackman. T. L. Folsom, Thos. Lee Hawkins .Mrs. John N. Marshall, Paul Reed, PF. O.
Joyner, A. J. Stanberry, Alva Mae Rollins, Henry W. Brink, Elinor N. Folsom, A. B. Hancock. Henry P. Miller Hampton Reed, Ella Mae
Livingston, Gerald M. Sorrenson, Mrs. H. Rollins, Mrs. H.W. Baxter, Mrs. E. L. Foster, J. N. Hancock. Mrs. Myrtle Myers, S.J. Richter, C E.
Livingston, Mrs. Gerald M. Sanders, Mrs. R. C. Scott, E. P. Bell, Rena Faglie, Mrs. P. D. Hatchett, Charlie Myers, Frank Raulerson, R. W.
Mays, T. S. Teate, Mrs. H. S. Simms, Martha Yon Barfield, W. B. Fillman, Mrs. Ida Hughes, Mrs. Mary Jane May, R. E. Raliney, Vivienne
Mays, Miss Virginia Vinson, Mrs. N. J. Scott, R. S. Borland, T. D. Folsom, Sallie Viola Hall, James T. Mash. Pallie Mae Reichert, Mrs. Gladys
Marshall, A. C. Vinson, R. Scott, Iola P. Benton. H. E. Folsom, Mrs. J. I. Hawkins J. N. Middleton, Mrs. J. W. Reichert, Clifton O.
Porter, A. P. Wooten. .Adward J. Strickland, Annie Lee Borland, Mrs. T. D. Folsom, V. M. Hunter, Rev. J. L. Morris, Mrs. D. D. Reed, Mrs. C. K.
Porter, r. A Ward, G. W. Scott, P-. I. Bobbitt, Mrs. J. E. Folsom. Annabell Thiulse, Mrs. H. B. Miller, Mrs. M. F. Russell, Albert
Reaves, R. Wooten, Willie R. Spear. Ruby Brittle, J.H. Fagilie, B. H. Hewett. Etta Mae Mathers, F. M. Roe, James W.
Reaves, M. L. Ward, Bartow Snyder, Boyd S. Brittle, A. W. Jr. Pillman, C. L. Harley. W. L. Morris. Maybelle Raulerson, Mrs. R. W.
Reaves, E. L. Ward, Mrs. Kate Strickland, A. P. Bramlett. Lester W. Faglie. H. R. Harley, Mrs. I,. Mays, Mrs. Frances G. Shuman, J, B.
Reaves, R. C. Ward, Mrs. Minnie Thompson, P. E. Bassett, Mrs. Curry Folsom. F. E. Haskell. Mrs. L. D. Mays, Mrs. C. P. Shuman, J. J.
Reaves, Mrs. M.L. Ward, Mrs. Bartow Thompson, S. F. Branrch, George Faglie. Mrs. H. R. Hentz. Mrs. A, G. Mash, Monroe' Simpson, R. C.
Reaves, Mrs. E. L, 'Wood, W. H. Thompson, J. E. Branch. Mrs. Lila Farr, Edwin R. H-ntz. A, G. Mays. Jr. Dannitte, H, Shuman, R. 'B.
Reaves, C. M. Wood, Mrs. W. H. Thompson, 11. B. Barfield. W. B. Folsom, IMrs. Thos. L. Haskell, L. 1. Malloy, Henry Simpson, C. A.
Sanders, R. Wood. J. E. Thompson, G. 0. Barfield, Mrs. W. B. Folsom, Mrs. V .M. Hitt, V. L. Martin, J. V. Shuman, C. C.
Sanders, Mrs. R. C. Wooten, Mrs. Lizze Taylor, Miss Posie Burnham, Mrs. H. L. Fillman, Mrs. Susie lHitt. Mrs. V.- L. May, W. M Stelts, W. L.
Yates, Mrs. H. F. Wilford, Mrs. J. W. Thompson, Mrs. G. 0. Burnham. H. L. Folsom. Mrs. A. B. Hines, Mrs. E. .. Martin, Mrs. J. V. Simmons, C. B.
DISTRICT No. 2 Ward, T. B. Jr. Thompson, Mrs. S. IF. Benton, Mrs. H. E. Fountain, Mrs. Robt. Jr. Holland, T. R. Miller, Mary -Lou Slede. Aileen Estelle
Branly, Mildred Ward, Costello Thompson, Mrs. J. E. Brannen, Mrs. D. J. Fountain. Robert Jr. Holmes. Mary Dudd May, Sheldon Sattler, Mrs. F. J.
Faglle. Reece Wilford, C.W. Thompson, Mrs. t. B. Blanehett,.James Fajircoth, Edgar Herndon. Mrs. 0. A. Martin, J. H. Simmons, Lubille
Faglie, E. T. Wilford, Mrs. C. W. Thompson, Mrs. R. R. Brown, Mrs. J. F. Port, Eudie Harrell. LeRoy Martin, Mrs. S. S. Smithi, Miss Nettle
Faglie Ralph Ward, Frank Thompson, Mrs, Palmer Beckwith, B. F. Faiheloth, Ward Holland, W. P. Mills, Rosa Lee Simpson, Mrs. it. C.
Faglie, Azell Ward, Walter Jr Thompson, Robert Beckwith. Mrs. B. F. Fqison, T. L. Holland, Mrs. W. P. Maloy, Woodrow Stancil, A. S.
'aglie, Mrs. E. T. Wooteh, J. F. Thompson, Paul Baxter, Rev. E. L. Fraser, Amos F. Hadsell, D. W. Murray, Mrs. Fannie Shuman, Mrs.- Josle
Faglie, Mrs. J. IR. Ward, John Taylor, Frank R. Cook, Jim Fraser, Thomas H. Harrell, M. L. Maraves, Stephen Shuman, Mrs. .Mamie Ruth
Faglie, 'Lula M. Ward, Minnie TMlner, Mark Clarke, S. D. Fraser, Katherine Ingram, Sr. L. E. Molay, Adel Simmons. F. R.
Faglie, Leo Ward, Allene Walker. M. D. Carroll, F. W. Faircloth, Bernice Jones, C. L. Milton, Mrs. L. A. Stelts, Mrs. Eula
Folsom, L. B. Whittle, Tom Willie. J. J. Jr. Carroll, Mrs. Robina Fraser, Nancy E. Jernigan, W. P. Martin, M. Kathleen Stokley, Bailey
Groover, Miles E. Wilford,. Jack Wirick; J. E. Clarke, Mrs. Annie C. Fraser, Daisy N. ,Jernigan, Mrs. W. -P. Myers, William Stubbs. E. M.
Griffin, L. C. Ward, Jah Wirick, James P. Connell, Miss Ivie Fraser, Mrs. R. T. Johnson, Mrs. J. M. Manes, Irving Sasser, Mrs. Irene
Griffin, Mrs. L Ward, Nosath ine Iillie, Mrs. Clara R. Clarke, Mrs. Carrie Faglie, Ernest Johnson, A. S. Mash, R. G. Salter, Mrs. Rosa W.
iHampton, Henry W. Ward, Littlen Willie Gertrude W. (ook, Mrs. Jo-n Fountain, Pearl Johnson, Mrs. C. H. Miller, W. G. Simpson, Richard
Hampton, Mrs. Rosa Wilford, Louise Walker. Mary Ethel Cook, Mrs. James Fountain, Mrs. Jalcek Johnson, Mrs. J. C. Miller, Mrs. Hampton Snipes, Robert L.
Hampton, Charlie Wilford, David Wiheeler, W. G. Carroll, Mrs. F. W. Futch, John D. Jones. Mrs. C. L. Martin, T. J. Shuman, Judg'e B.
Hendley Annabelle Wir, Dv Wheeler, Mrs. W. G. (Clarke, Mrs. C. C. Fountain, Mrs. R. L. Johnson, Jr. J. M. Montgomery, Mrs. A. E. Smith, Mrs. E. S.
Hundley, Larkin Wooten, Mrs. J. Wirick, J. M. Clayton, E. G. Fountain, Mrs. L., T. Johnston. F. A. Montgomery, A. E. Stansel, Mrs. A. S.
Hart, E.W Watd, Gertrude Willie, J. E. Clarke, Thos. L. Fountain, A. J. Jones. Mrs. Fayette ,Marsh, Mrs. R. G. Shuman. Mr.s. Judge B.
Hampton, Mrs. W. WAllie ilford, John Whitfield, Clarke, Charlie Fountain, L. T., Jerkins, R. E. Martin, Annabelle. Smith, D. L.
Hampton, Mrs. Allie Ward, Rubye Whitfield, W. 13. 'Clarke, Charlie FutiH .Jackson, 14. Rt. Mata r.T Sith, Mrs. 13.13.
Hampton. Ethel M. Ward, Eunice Whitfield, Mrs. W. 13 Clements, Mrs. Lena Fontain,, Mrs. T. J. Sm
Hampton, George H. DWr STICT NO. 4 Whitiield; Mrs. F. 0; Clayton. Mrs. E. G. .olsom, L. C. Johnson. Jr. Mrs. J. M. Moore, J. F. Sasser. V. T.
Holland, Evelyn DISTRICT Whitfi'eld, Eleen Cooksey, Clyde Filhnan, Mrs. C. L. Johnson, R. J. Moore, Goldie Simmons, Mrs. C. B.
Hollandart, Anderso, el Mrs. Julia Whitfield, M. C. Clarke, Mrs. T. L Foster, Alfred Johnston, Mrs. F. A. Matthews, Mrs. Mary WrightSinmpson, Miss Annie L.
Jordt, J. M. Alligood, B. M. Wirick, Nanice Curtis, N. S. Folsom, Gladys Johnson, Mrs. J. 11 fat:hews, Alfred J. Stubbc. Mrs. E. M.
Jordan, Mrs. J. M Alligood, Mrs. B. M. Wright, J. E. Cone, Mrs. R.C. Fulford, Herbert Jess-up, Dlizabeth Mash, Gertrude Simpson, Mrs. R. H.
Jordan, Walter B. Alligood, A Wright, Alice Cooksey, S. T. Freeman, Ernest Jenkins, S. H. Mewbourne, Roy Stocking, Maude
Jordan, L Alligoodnderson, John Wright, Alieoy Coksey, T. Flemming, J. L, JerrellH. Alvin Malphus. Mrs. Daisy Snipes, C. R.
Jordan,, F.nst3Jenderson,. JohneWright,, LeroySConegH.aC.
Joran, Carl. Allagood, M. Wriik, Beatrice Cuirtis, Dorothy Foster. Alma M. Johnson. Katherine Miller, Mrs. Robert Snipes, Mrs. C. R.
Joiner ,Mrs. CaCa rl Allagood, Mrs. E. H. Wirick, Marietta Curtis, Mrs. Harriett Folson, Mrs. Flonnie Jarvis, Marvin Moore, R. B: Stoicking, G. W.
oinerMrs. arl Allagood, Nathaniel Wright, Ethel Cooper, A Finlayson, Florence Jones, L. W. Moran, B.- B. Stewart, Ray
King, C. Y. Cone, David L. Cirtlk, George Carroll, C T. Jr. Fulford, Mrs. Herbert Jarvis, D. A. Malloy, Claude. Sheffield, Mrs. Jim
Lacy, Mrs. Ollie done, Mrs. David L, Williams, Perry L. Clark, Mrs. Jube C Foster, Ethel Jarvis, Mrs. D. A. Malloy, Estelle Stephens, Norbert
Lacy, Jamesraford, J.Fulford, Mrs. Hattie Jones. H. W. Merrett, Mable Stokley, Jack
Lync, JoaeF ('raford, 5. A. Williams, Mrs. Perry 13. Cone, Louise lufrCatnA erlAbr
Lyneh, Johnie Green, Leonard Willie, Mrs. Ed. Cook, E. 'ulford, Clayton A. Jerrell, Albert Morgan. Mrs. G. W. Snipes, Mrs. R. L.
McClellan, G.R. Green, Mrs Luvy Wirick, Mrs. George Coleman, Mrs. Powell Fuquay, Jalck Johnson, Walter Moye, R. R. Simpson, Stewart C.
Powell. ~~ Green, Esther Ye, B. s 13. rg Colek, Mrs. PoFemnMswuse -Jhsoel.latnar .Sssr .
Powell, R. L bur Green, Jack Wyatt, Mrs. Eldon Cone. Lester Fuquay, Blanche Johnson, Pauline Moye. Mrs. R. R. Sasser, Alma B.
PGowel, Mrs. Wi green, Esther Yen, B. L. Cook, Mary Freeman, Mrs. Susie Johnson, TV. W. Martin Mary E. Sasser, A. S,
Powell, L. W Herring, Joshua I)ISIT NO. 6 Cookse, Gladys Folsom, Mrs. Annie D. Johnson, J. J. Milton, Vivian Stokley. Mrs. Bailey
ayso, Mrs. T.T. Herring, G. L. Arnold, Chas. Cooksey, Kate Foster, G. R. Jr. Jenkins, Mrs. Bill Maynard, J. D. Sheffield, Eunice
Rooks, T. M Hilton, H. Anderson, J.. Cooksey. Sallie E Folsom, D. B. Jackson, James E. Milton. O. N. Sattler, Louise
Rooks, Mrs. T. G. Hilton, Mrs. C. IH. Anderson M. H. Cooksey Armond Frasexr, R. T. Jessup, Earl C, Murphy, Mrs. Purdon Scott, Mrs.-J. W.
Raysor, George Long, s. Anderson, John Cooksey, Mrs. Armdnd Fulford, Robert (Bob) Jessup. Mrs. Ruby Mathers. Mrs. F. M. Scott, J. W.
Ray, Mrs. W. H. Long Ltoria A tron hBessie D. oo r Mrs.A. E Flewellen, Mrs. J. S. Jarvis, Mrs. Martha May ,Mrs. Emma S. Stewart, Mrs. Ray
Ray Will L M Armstrong,per, M Finney, Burlene Jackson, Leamon Mills, Geo. Y. Strickland, Lizie E.
Sheffield, John Henry Long, Mrs.. Jr. Anderson, Mrs. F.Me Avin Clarke, Louise Gilbert, N. B. Jones, Frank S. Malloy, Mrs. Rosa Lee Stewart, Cecil
Sheffield, Julia Miller, Joseph T Aman, Mrs. C. C. Cureton, J. Gilbert, Mrs. Mary Jones, E. L. Mills, Mrs .Geo. Y. Simmons, I. J.
Sheffield L. R. Miller, Loseph TA man, Mrs. C C. Cureton. J. IV. Gandy, Mrs. E. E. Jarvis Jr. A. D. McClellan, J. T. Simmons, D.. A.
Sheffield, Mrs. J. H. Miller, Lizzie Allman, G. C. Cureton. Svilla Granger, Mrs. Annie Jones, Mrs. E. L. McCabi, S. L. Sasser, Mrs. V. T.
Sheffield, Theron Miller, Mrs. . Allman, Mrs G. C. Cone. W. lg, R. H.' Jackson, Mrs. James E. McCall, Mrs. Mary E Sledge,-H. G.
Sheffield, Mrs. Isham Miller, A. J. Ai'an, H. C. Carr, Joe M. 1ihert, Mrs. N. B. Jessup, Margaret J. McClellan, Mrs. Lela Sattler, F. .
Wilder, A. W. iller, Louise Aell, 'H. B. Crosby, Rby Godwi, Audrey Jerrell, Edward McDonald, T. B. Sattler, Mrs. Frank
Wilder, Mrs. A. W. Miller Mrs A.WJ. Andt,-Mr s. H. G. Crosby, Mrs.u. Goldberg, Mrs. J. D. Johnson, Mrs. H. J. McDonald, Mrs. T. B. Sorenson, Mrs. Hans
Wilson, Fate l eston W. Abell J.S. Coosy, ut Grant; A.G. Johnson. Mrs. Otis McElvey, C. N. Sledwie, Mrs. Rena
DISTRI T NO. 3 Powell, A W. Anderson, J. W. Co'ne Lucille Gay, H, L. Johnston, F. E. MeElvey. Mrs .Mary Sneed. L.
BraswelP, Seymour Powell, Mrs. A. W. Allen, Mrs. William ('oeksey, arrie Grant, Mrs. A. G. Jones. Mrs. L. W. McClellan, Mrs .J,. A. Search, H. E.
Billnski, Max Rollins, Mrs. J. L. Atlon. William Carr, Mrs. Joe Gandy, Albert James, . ,. MClellan, J., Howard Sanders, Miss Ira
Barrett, J.A. Rollins, Mrs. J. L. Anderson, M. M. Jr. Carmichael, Mrs. Nellie Gandy, H. A. Johnston, Mrs. F. E. McClellan, Mrs. 'Howarr Snoed, Mrs. Fannie
Brawell, Edwar Sasser, Marvin \llman; Bill Carter, Mrs. T. I. Gandy, Mrs. H. A. uder, D. McClellan. M. Suls Clyde .
nn,-Bil t,,: 'Nudr, D, 'e~lelan M.Sauls,, Clyde H.
Barrett, Wm. C. Stringer, B.M. Alrman. Jake Carter, T. I. Goldberg, Julius Kuder, Mrs Sallie 3cClellan. Mrs. P7hnk Sauls, Genevieve McLeod
Bilinski, Mrs. Josephine Stringer, Mrs. B. M. Anden:on, Pansy Curtis. Arthur Grant, Ora Kersey, Win. M. McClellan. Mrs. Lucile Stelts, Harry
Braswell, Mrs. Edd. Simpson, C. B. Atkinson. W. D. (looper, Mrs. T.F. Gelling, Mrs. R. H. Kersey, Mrs. WV. M. Mcrlellan, Jr. J. A. Shepherd, Mrs. Isham
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Vinson, Kemp, T. D. Holland, Mrs. Mannie L Taylor, W. H. Beckwith, M. 0. Neeley, Jr. Mrs. J.R. Dominick, Iris Register, E. D.
Vinson, R. L. odrow Kem Mrs. T. D. Hamilton. Chartain Thomas, Nellie Buzbee, Lulcy Mae Nolan, Mrs. Daisy Dowden, B. L. Rentz, D. L.
Vann, Mrs. WloodwKep Evans, Johnnie Rentz, Ruby Lee
Van Ceef,. B. Knight, T. R. Horne, Basil M. Taylor, Mrs. Nora Boyd. Mrs, L. Newton, Claude Bs. i e, Hy L
Van Cleef, Mrs. C.B. Kinsey, Mrs. T .L. (Ruth) Horne, L. Taylor, Mrs. Lula Barfield, G. L. Newton, Mrs., Claude Evans, Mrs. .C. Richardson, J. E.
Van er, Mrs. C BLoeb J. 0. Hartsfieald Le ae, Coa Lee reawell, Mrs. A. Buzbee, Verona Odum, A. Evans, C. E. Stephens, J. G.
Wilson, . Loeb, Johnnie Hernson, A. L. Taylor, John Barield, Mrs. Anna Odum, Mitchell Ferrell, C. R. Spratt, J. H.
Wood, W. R. Loeb, Maurice Jr. Handle, Mrs. Roy Taylor, Mrs. John Branch R. L. Odum, Mrs. Mitchell reraell, Ellen T e,
Wililiar Mrs. J.'F. Loeb, Fred Home, Weyman S. Trefry, Mrs. Karl B. Branch: Mrs. R.L, Odum, S.R. Gerrell, J. H. Stafford, G. T.
W hlites Mr3.A N.LelmAvbH eii, Fremd aler R naCosnh r. H., WethOdum,. .W Groom, Ra. p H Thrap, Mrs. Hn ry
Wats.r, A. ,hN. Loeb, James P. Hamilton, Selma Tindell, J. W. Drown, Curtis Odum, Mrs. E. A. GroomE. H. Spratt, Mrs. Hannah
Whitaker, Ms. P. Loeb, Mrs. Johnie Hanlock, R H Tindell, T. J. Branch, A. L. Olsen, A. K. n r H
Wilson, Mrs. Irene B. Loren Otto Hamilton, W. Tindell. Mrs. T. J. Connell, J. T. Olsen, Mrs. A. K. Granger. W. H. oSnyder, Mrs. Sam
Wilkins, P. BLane, J. V. Hamilton, MTs W. Thomas, J. C. Carter, W. L. Palhamn, C. R. Gr r, David F. 'J Spratt, Jesse
Wilkns, P. Lane. Mrs. J. V. Handley, G. R. Tindell, J, B. Cooksey, J. R. Pace, Archie Granger, W.J. Spratt, Asa J.
Walker, Mrs. S. C.e Lorenz, Mrs. Elsie Handley, Mirs. G. Thomas, Mrs. J. B. Cooksey, Jr. J. P Prevatte, Sandy Granger, G. H. Shepherd, J. G.
Wuerffelats. Fred.. Lindrum. Wmn. Hancock MrsR. H. Tindell, E M. Cooksey, C. F. Prevatte, Mrs. Mary Groom, Mrs. Cenia L. Salter, W. L.
Wattels, Mrs. .Addle Lewis, Mrs. Essie Handley, Joe Thomas, J. B. Cooksey, J. A. Pace. Mrs. A. E. Grom. 'C. B. Salter, Mrs. W. .
Wilson, Margaret Mathers, T. B. Handley, J. T. Tindell Pearl Corrin, Mrs. Lacy Aoberts, Jr. J.R. Groom, Mrs. T. Stephens, Mrs. Viola
Williams, Mrs. W. J. Morris, l. D. Handle, T. J. Tison, Evelyn Carter, J. F. Roberts. Mattie Lou Groom, J. I. S iahepherd Zella Mae
Whittle, Susie Morris, Mxs. W. M. Handley, Mrs. Joe Trefry, L. B. Carter, Mrs. Lena Reid, F. B. Gianger, Mrs. Nellie Shepherd, Warren
Wilkins, KRilton E. Hamilton, John W. Tindell, Mrs. S. N. Cooksey, W. L. Royall, I. G Gill, Mrs. Mary Spikes, Mary
WMrites, w F. iriad n lHandley, J. 'C. Taylor, H. D. \ Colson, F. Royall, Mrs. ML G., Groom, Jewel Suber, D. T.
Whitts, RW. . Mathers, Mrs. W. H. Harpe, Mrs.J. L. Vinn, C. H. Carter, Mrs. J. F. Stokes, E. E. A (ranger, Mrs W. L. Spratt, Ivey
Willis, H. W. M risn, Ms. Handley,M a Vin. Mrs. V W C. HI. Corrin, W. B. Thompson, B. W. Gray, W. L. Spratt., Florette
Wrigt, Rubye Morris, Mrs. J. Holland, Mi.lage A. Vinson, Roy Cooksey, Fried Thornson, W. H. Groom, Ctaude D. Smith, Marjorie
Ward, G. N. Morris, Mrs. Chas. D. Harpe, J. L. Vinson, Mrs. Roy Connell, Willard Thomson, Mrs. W. H. Gray, Mrs. Ethel Story, Thomas .R
Watson H.S. Meloy, N. E Harp, ~scott Walker, J s. A. D. Connell, 3 H. Thompson, Mrs. B. W. room, M. M. A. Snyder, Henry H.
Waoerffel, Mrs. FredS Mahler, Walter Herndon, Mrs. Delia Walker, T. J. Connell, Mrs. J. H. Thomson,. Isalelle Granger, Morgan Teate, W. C.
at, Mrs. Hl Neeley, W. T. Hancock, Iva Glenn Walker, FC L,- Cbaires, 'Mrs. D G. Thomson, Bi Granger, Luther Teate, Mrs. Lavania
Wils Jn ie M rs. Stk. P. Ril Joye. RoceTisnFr.R .Crol i il rsiet anlioe. MrTM ias, Mrs. Mize.
Watson, Mrs Neeley, Mrs. W. T. Horne, Clyde Walker, C. A. Campbell, E. R. Windham, r. K. Gill F. Tate, Mrs. L. A.
White, W .A. Nelms, Clyde Hamilton, Hilton Walker, Ethel L Connell, Mrs. R T. Windham, B. Y. (Hranger, Polly Tharpe, Henry
White, W. A. Pses. Wadsrt R s LcGroom, Ralph S. Thai pe, Mrs. Henry
Wright, Mrs. Ethel Nelms, Arva Hartfield, Norman Walker, Rena Colson, t. H. Wethington, D. nlTlli ,E
ars. A. Norris, James A. Hawk, P. W. Walker, Preston Ccoksey, Sr., Mrs. J. P. Wooten, Flora Gnger ,J os, M A L. r.
Wakier, .Am. Owens, Edwin HIandley, Roy Walker, Sarah Campbell, Sallie Watfomld. J. S. Granger Joe Tharpe J. H.
Watkins, F. M. Owens, William Hartsfield, Charlie S. Walo, Lusla P. Chairs, C. Watford, Mrs. J. Gray, G. Lee Touchton, M. Elizabeth
Winans, D. M. Odurni, Sam AIamrick W. 3. Baod Coma Cadwe, Mrs. A.D. Windham, Mrs. Eva Gillard, Pinkie Tharpe, Marjorie
ilOdum. Mrs. Sallie owell, George A. Walker, Mrs. Mona Cadwell, H. J. DDISTRICT NO. 11 Gillard, G. M. Veitel, Hazel
Willis, L,. de Ohmes Richar Hancock, W. R. Walker, Marie Cadwell, A. Bolanid P. H. Grantham, R. J. Walker,. L. iL
Willia ms, .. Ohmes, Frances Hampton, Charlie. walker, J. G. Cadwell. D. L. Brumly, J. D. antham, Wilson Williams Jr. E. W
Watson, Mrs. A. N hilns, F J. Howell, Minnie Wadsworth, Mrs. IZ BE. Corri, D. G. Bramlett, 31. T. Grantham, Dosia Walker, Joe
Watts, W. C. Phiips, Horne, Mrs. Weyman Walker11 F.L. Carter, Ruby Bramlett, D. M. Gaves, C. 'O. Walker, Mrs, C. E,
WilPs, er Puckett, iErnest Hartsfield, Jennie Walker, Mrs. J. G. Connell, Mrs. W. A. ]lraemlett, M. Craves, ti. Williams, Mize
Wilnas Ber P rker, Er s C. Handley, Edith Mae Walker, Theron R. Cooksey, Fank Bratcher, E. LClennon, i G. Walker, Mrs. -L. .
Walker, Mrs. E. A. Parker.SB.lCe Hamilton, Henry C'. Walker, Mack Corrin, Mrs. D Boland, 3.F. E. iliams, lvs Collie
B, n bley a nie M Ind y, Aa.n dR ik F. M. Drti.,M ns Collie
Whittllae, Nelson Pitt, ChesterA. Handley, Nanl Wechiter, Peamy Cooksey, Jr. Mis. J. P Brooks. iS.. Graves, D. M. Williams, John T.
W is, J. F. Ritter, Eddie HamiriHk. Mrs. A. Wooten, Mrs. Irene Cooksey, Mrs. J. A. Bramlett, Jr. John Graves, Mr. D. M. alker, Fred .
Whitmaner, Elizabeth Richardson, L. V. Horne. Dorothea Walker, Clifford Cooksey, Mrs. Fred Boland, Mrs. Minnie Grantham. Ray Williams, Mrs. Elma
W itnW.rW. e u Ritter. Mrs. E. J. Hembree, J .F. Walker, Eugene Colson, Mrs. M. F. Boland ,Mrs. Annie Granger, Ethel Walker, Mrs Joe
Wellner, Mrs. W. Richardson, Mrs. L. V. Hembree, Mrs. J. F. Walker, Catherine Colson, Mrs. It. H. Boland, Mrs. W.C. (Langr," Carl WaAke., Mrs. Fred T.
Welilner. Mrs. W. W. Ritter, Jr. Edd Hitt, Thomas J. Walker, J. I. .Cook, .H, Brumly, Mrs. Jessie Groom, Reuben P. Watron, Mrs. M. W.
W allae, R. 1N WheelH lupas S. Har l o d Jo n J. J. ICobbs. JessieGranth M rs. Ray Vte s MJfrs. Pearl
Warittd, Ernest ud, Sr. VW. Homne, Mrs. B. A. Walker, osll Colon, TH. Brooks, Mrs. Emma ravesM, 'Carl Watson, J. o tF. e
Weathes, r Elizabeth Rudd, Jr a, s. Walker, .Posabelle Colsn, r. T. Boatwright, W. L. ratar. Ozel atson 3.
YRiterere Mrs. Nett.e Hendricks, Mrs .C. W. Waldron, Jesse W. Jr. Colson, Mrs. W. T. Bramle'tt, Bize llMatsoa, Mrs. J.F.
Woods, Ernest Smth J. B e Hamilton, Margaret Waldron, Mrs. J. C. Jr. Chancy, Mrs. .W. Brateher, Rosa Hightower. J. M. illiams, C. M.
Watts Mrs. CSall3r Joyner, Mrs. M. E. Ward, Fletcher Cheaud arwa, W.M. Ligw. F. e r E L o
Wilds, Johnnie B. Smith. Tfheodoe Joyner, Roscoe Wilson, Mrs. H.. HBatwright, Er. L Hightower. B. F.- Williams, Mrs. C. M.
Ward, Gladyi S. Stoktey, P.R. Carroll, Jim Bill BramMtt, 'amnehl Hightower. Mrs A M Williams, Mrs. Mize
War, Glade ESlc.irmb, A. N Jenkins, I. B. Wilson ,Miss Charlie B. Colson, W. M. Briamnlett, Mrs. Clifford Mightower. Mrs Jim Walker, achael
Armis.etr ud Rohson n. al erEsrA. E. H. tshow r Kat Lo oaton tJldCee
Ward, P. Jr. Smith, Mrs., '. Johnson, r. Wilson, R. 'Colson, Dorothy Bolar. Jr. J. P. Hightower .W. Watson W. .
WAld, WP.L. Stewart, 3. B. Joyner, Erline Walker, Hugh L. ohany John W. Bi own. Mrs. W. M. Hritris, o. Wale,
Aillen, Mr. O.nseTRICT KO. 8hny Lewis Haze Jenkins. Mrs.n R.ler L.mo
Wil L. Sloumb, P. Kinsey, We K. Wadsworth, Howard H. Colson, Jr. Richard H. Branilett, Willie C. s. a Walker, Lmn
Wimberly, W. Slocumb, Kinsey, Jess M Wadlsworth, Mrs. Lucile Everett, Mrs. Flossie Boland E G .Vera Walker rs. Lfon
Wimberly, Mr.C Scub r.C 'Kinsey, Capers B.NO9 EvrtMsFlsi finmd vey
Watts, W. Sto'cumb Jack Kinsey, M. D. PRECINCT Everett, Clyat Boland, Mrs. Etel Hmmond, Evelyn Walker, Lorn
A lig o odn M s.e it M r s Ceit e h e e In f in g e r, W min p W a ts o n A lb e r t
Wattsd, Pu-tn. Sle, Mrs.a Kinsey, M. D. Allen m,r C. Clifford Floyd, G. 1F gru Mrs. Jessie
Siod,, PMr KLnsey, vR. W. Allen Sr. Mrs. Clifford Floyd, W. H. e-Edwin nfinger, BMrs. Gertude Youngblood. s. L ae
Ward, Mrs. TGeorge Stokley, Mrs. P.in Kinsey, Milton B. Allen, C. C. Floyd Mrs Frank Brupi, Mrs.. Ed. Jenkins, B M Youngblood, Mrs. Elizabeth
Wili ChAestC.iiaielnosr 2O ,O 1 aouC. h enfinei, Mrs.o Geude We ungbaooe L. G, l.
Watkins, R. L. Smith., anklin W. Kinsey, H. D. Alen Jr. Mrs. C. C. Floyd, Mrs. W. H. Branl tt, Versie Johnson S S Youngblood, N. H.
Watkins, Mard .C, KiE. ad ~ okWi. .Bcos .P Jenkins. "F L. Youngblo)od,, Vernie Mae
Watkins, he Smith, Mrsi .nnie Kinsey, Hardy Brooks, Win. Frn. WB.Dce as, J. P.
akn, M Biho, Mre Kinsey, Almar Brooks, Dora lFreeman, Mrs. D. D. idFlorene Jenkins, Mrs Mary DISTRICT NO. 1 2
SWillsn H.se Stke Fe Kinsey, Uhlmar Bratys. DoA" F reemnan, Mrs. D "Bradr.haw, Flo-A.
W mberly L. E. inoae, J .sy, Jerrill. Minnie Bradshaw Susie d
Will, Smith, Mary Virginia Kinsey, an Beaty, J. A. Freeman, Mrs. W. D Bradhaw, A. nt, J
Branc, H. S htokley, Thurman Kinsya, Lat hle Beaty, Mrs. A. Feagl, C. Bradshw, Mrs. L. A. Jenkins, Jack Cellers, Polly
Wood, MW. W Stokley, Mrs. Jack Kinsey, L.tJ. Brown, aClifford Floyd M. Elinor Bramlett, Mrs. Neva Jenkins. Mrs Jack Capps, CaMlos
Wolod, W H B, ile Nso, Klftho R. Jenkins. Augusta Davis, Miss Rby
W rllams, C. SloanW, r. Floyd ,Mrs. F\ankclin NoS, R. L. Jerrell. BDrnoe Garett J. H
S .Smith, Mrs. FranklinKisey, Hattie. Bishop, Mrs. Walton Fegle, Mrs. R. C. Brumly, Jessie
Williams; Mrs. C. D. Smith r. ;r Kinsey, Corabelle Carroll, Pearl K. Brumly, osco Jerrell. M, J. H. 'Garrett, Mrs. H.
ss, Mr. E W Kinsey, aae Perantham, W. T. Jerrell. Mrs M. J. H. Garrett James
Willia, Mrs. 'J. SmoJ MJrs. b Kinseyr, Evie Tooksey, T. P. Grantham. S. P. Byrd. C. E.
Wrn, . Sites, -Bla Kinsey, Jinnie ooksey, B. Granling, Napoleon rooks, Charlie Jenkins, Jack Garrett Mrs.Janes
Wandeck. Alma Strieklan, J.. .e, Cooksey, Mrs. J. B. Graniling, Mrs E. W. Briggs, Chas, E. Jenkins, L. Jenkins, JR. J.
WodW se StRicaaD p M .r~ eog Ke.sayouise. Co .OO C llprle of t e S ae rS ld rs W i s a n
Woods, sley Smith, D L. Kersey, W iHm. Cook, A. Gramling, Edwin R. Bra'dshaw, H. M. Jenkins. Mrs. F. R. 'Jenkins, Fronia
Warren, Ge. A. rs. L. Kinsey, J. H. Co, Mrs. JA. Groom, Roy H. Bradshaw Mrs. JesSie Jenkins,- Andrew Jenkins, F. L.
Wood e, r. E. rott, William. B Gramtne, Wel ey Beoedn, Mrs. Crie Jackson, obert Lanier, T. T.
Wilds, Herman E. Sloumb, Mrs. Fannie Kinsey, James Carroll, Mrs. J. B. Gramling, Wet l ey Boland. Mrs. ie
Winans, Mrs. BD. M. Slocumb, Fn, Kinsey, Mrs. Kate aCampbell, Mrs. W. C. Gramling, Mrs. Edwin R. Byrd, Estella Jones, Mrs. Leila O'Neal, Mrs. Lucy
Woods, Mrs. J. Smith, Jr. Mrs. B. Kinsey, Bertha Campbell, W. C. Grantham. Sam P. Jr. Boatwi ight, Mrs. E. L. Johnson, Jarmes L. O'Neal, Olie
Wilson,' Jr F. Kinsey, Broward J. Cumby Penelope G. Jenkis. Augusta O'Neal, Mrs. Ollie
Wood, John Ashley Stkley, Annie R. Kisey, C ee le E. GramTling, Josie aBrumly, C. acekson, Pauline Poppell Bennett P.
Wheeler Jan ae. Thomas, Mrs. Mary Kry, .T. Denmark, D. B. Grantham, Gertude Boland, Willard o sn
l, Mrs. Ett i Kersey, Mrs. EB. R, Donaldson, G. H. Gramling, Inman- Boland Annie Ma e Johnson. Mrs. Myrtle Poppel, Mrs. Sofa
Wallace, Mrs. Elizabeth Travis, A. C. Kinsey, G. T. Dixon, J.R. G Bramlett, Marion Key. IV. S Poppell, Dick
Wallace. Rob. Travis Mrs.'C a Kinsey, Janees a. Dixor, Mrs. JM oorh, a. e Brmly, Riuth KeWntner. tR. Poppell, Limon '
Williams, B.F. Whitman, mrs. Cola Kinsey, Hazel uGriffiss, Raymond L. Harley, 3. T rmlt h W c Kelley. Mrs. N..B. Poppell, Burl
Wimberly, Marg H. healer, J. CGriffiss, Mrs. Louise Mr toland, s. P. H. ig. n B. Poppell tat rs. Eithel
Wilson, arbry dheler, L. H. Kinse, Claude Ms,, Loie FrShe. wrt at
Wilon Arr elr .H isy ure alyBite .W ing. John Ai. State of Florida
We, r B cn Wheeler, W. L Kinsey, Lur e Georges, A. F. Hightower, W. ti. uBratlet. l. i ne. N. Bo l s th
wells Frances -. Windsor, W.H. Kinsey, Lucile Georges, Mrs. A. F. Hhor r cW. L. Brittle, W. King Mrs. John h Jefferson 'County
an nM Hightor MAsseso of Tg wJewel h tt lk fra to rur*
Wa m, Mrs. A. L. Windror, Jr. W. L. Kinsey, Beulah Gibson, Milton WHtower, Mr Brittle ar W. th I, Ella Lee Lloyd, SuperVisg.r
Willanms T C ne, t W. RLows, J Sih, Ml J P d FS iteni g t oKing. James or of Registrationin and for
Wiggintvon, lMrs. George A. Windcsor, Mrs. Eula Lewis, Z. Hartsald, Willie Howel, Msore Bile, m. Ls the state and county aforeDa il M siL .Cndso M rs. Male Ro ttuCdBsormn, M rs F C licer Rnsauc O.E isHh ta e a
Waters, Mrs. Carrie Lou Windsor, Mrs. ollie Lewis, C.P. HudsonR,. L. Jones, Mrs. ea ry lElla Bnigr, Of Lott, Elmrs hMe
W allace, Mrs. R W ilson, sMrs. J.R i ,us s. Eo r e o n y. Love tt Mrs. Mamie M. said, do hereby certify that
FrshuhJ C oBlnheLarks, A. YHuTdmons, C R.D JoesHenr Duli InstructoA.
Wa e Mrs. Whitma, M. .L. Lewis, Mrs. Z. Holland, Ellen Jones, B. A. Bramlett, Mrs. Olivia Larar, Mrs. A. B. the foregiag is a true list of
Ward.e, Mr.W.a Wheeler, Mrs. L. H. Lewis, M.E. Hartsfield. P.J." Jennings, Mrs. Martha H -Brown. Mary Lewiss, Mrs Ozella B. the registered and qualified
Wallcrd.Lua, Mrs. Sam Whtmn F. L.d'.C oeso'Jfencut.a
W Wheeler,. t HuIws, M. B. Hartsfield, P.3.d Jones, J. J. Cobb. Mary Lovette, J. H. voters of Jefferson county as
Wittm r, Mary TFrye WheelerL s, Mrs. S. D. Hudson, J. G. dney, 3. J Connell, J. W. Lewis. Mrs. T. C. they appear on the registraWells, Mrs. F. M. Wheeler, Mrs. 3.D. LeiMr.3Tue udo,3.G a.rn W.ton hooks.
Windsor, H. 'C. Lucas, S. D. Holland, W. L. Kilpatriek, J M. Carrn W. 4Lets. A.n b
Ypung, 'Cora Dee Windsor, Mrs. H. 0, Lacy, Mrs. F. Al Holland, Mrs. W. L. Kilpatrick, il. Mae, Witness myM.and this 23rd
'onJ. Cr. J.TIHllnC .Kilpatrick," Mrs. J. M. Connell, N. H. '~ws ul a ins ybn hs2r
York, Jr. Mrs. ..D. Lacy, Mabel Holiland, C. C. Carraway, Cedriic Lovette, slice day of October, 1944.
Young, r. C. Windsor, James Lacy, Beatrice Hall, Lester Kinsy,ELLA LEELLOYD
Mrs. .. Windsor, Mrs. James Lewris, Mrs. C. T. Hl Mrs. Ler L J. 0Re.ist r ion.
YonMllieEWinds Lay, T.B. Ilrs, Lesr Key lChancy, H.L. Lott, Robert Jefferson County, Flor da.
DISTRICT NO 7 Windsor, Mrs. John Hudson, Alia Kelly Claybomn
Armstrong. John. D. Wheeler, Mrs. E. H. LacYhy,Jr.' J..B. Hosiedllan'd" Charlie, rme .. -L
Allan, Herbert Walker, E. A. Lightsey. J.B. Hartsfild, iDrummer
Allen, C.O. Walker, Mrs. E. A. Lacy, Mrs. J. B. Jr. Hartsfield, Lizzie
Allen, C.J Watts, H. W. Lightsey, Allen Hines, E. C. NOTICE OF .LECTION No. 5, No.. 11, No. 9. -......
Allen, Mrs. CJ. Yates, B. M. Lacy, Mrs. A. Jenkins, R. L. For Constable in and for the folAllen, Mrs. C. J. Yates, Mrs. B .M. Lacy, Gussle Jenkins, Andrew I a
Allen, Mrs. C. O. tDISTRIT NO. 8 Lewis Hazel Jenkins. Mrs. .L. To the Sherff of Jefferson Count oA R REnL Justice Districts, viz.: No. 5,
Alien, Mrs. m.as Arran a, Andrew' Lightsey, Thelma Jones, C. B of the State of Florida: No. 8, No. 9, No. 11. R D
gdT.Arrants Dunne B.Be it Known, That IdS. In Testimony Whereof, 1
Blrd, restonB r. Armants, Mrs. Clifford Sceay fSatofhetteoliodToma .Let dhworth, 0.EB. Jones, linderhav heunosemy ad
Birads, As .W. ArrantS, Mrs. J.T'. Lightse-', Mrs. 3, B. Jonas, Mrs. Robert F. SerearAoNSatFoEheStteofhaeShreTORAetGE hn
BAadshantA.,W.Sammai Lewis, Isa-ac Jones, Robert F. Florida do hereby g~vc otice that a and affixed the Great Seal of: R NFR&SO X
Bird, -Mrs. P. B, Jr. .mse.d Nttie Mae Leggett. Levon lealbetter, Mary C. GENERAL ELECTION the State of Florida, at Tal-' Local and Long Distance
Bell, F. T. Bishop, Martin W. Lynch .Johnie F. ILanier, B. F, wilb edi efro ony Seal) lalhassee, tite Capital, this' W oprtinFaaAl,
Ball B.T'. Bso,3L.Leggett. C. C. Lee. Heni ywilb hednJfero Cuny
Blaca, MrsC. 'P.opL.L the twenty-fifth day of Aug- eoeaei Bllck, T.. Bishop, A. W. Leggett, Mrs. Lidia I~rnier. Thea. State of Florida, ten Ttiesday next
Black~ma VirgilBisho'p, I.L. -Lewis, Janies A. Lee, Alvin scedn b is odyi o-ut .D 94 .. en,,n is
Blckan Virgil.T B'ishop, Elmo Lewis, Mrs. James A. Lanier ,Mrs. Lois stc-Rilgtefrt odyi aut AD 94..C, Moen-nd i .
Ball Mrs.nF.e'P Bishop. W. MontgomerY. 5.T'. Lee,.3..C. GlICIe, A. D. 1944, the said TuestdaySertyof taEvyLadnsed
Bell, Mrs. Eric, Bishop. Mrs. P. W. Maxwell, 5,.B. Minms, 3. H, hie Se'venth Day of November "Sceayo tt.EeyLa nue
Bellnc il .BihpRoaT orJNMires, MVrs. Pearl, For Uinifed States Senator from the To Hon. A. S. Grant, Sheriff JefrI Office Phone 109
S Branch, Ms L.Mr Bishop, Rosar MoreP.a' Mimes, Carl
Branch, H. F. Bishop, Mrs. Edward Mathis, Mrs. Leone Moore,. J.B. State of Florida, for six years from soB County. Residence Phone 2029
Branch, Mattie Bishop, Miss Estelle Maxwell, Kathleen ix'oore, Mrs. 3. B. Jan. 3, 1945. scib to I e aeos 3 .Gie
BrseIBrz hBrandh, leJ. F.. Bishop,Bh'ih' Mrs. C..rs 'PGogl~l. XtMosleY,Mdosly Eunicett R.C. eDaniel.ca i,.Ms AdaM~s Ca. W, F- rEgttpeetatv( eie Lao :elcr'hird rh o iel Ne s Tallahassee, -Fla..
Branch, Jack L. Bishop, Pat Maddox, Mildred Nelson, Keeth it. Congressional District of the State ::- "" *
Barrow, W. L. Bisihop, Mrs. 3. L. MecLeod, N. XV. Nelson, ,Mrs. Dorothy of Florida, inl the Seventy-ninth ..................-- -_Barrow, Mrs. W. L. Bisho, Mrs. Lura McLeod, Mrs. ,N. W. Oder, B. C.Cogssfth UnieSae.
Burgess, Ellis Bishop, Mrs. Pat McLeod, Norman Jr. Oder, Mrs. B. G. Cnrs fteUie tts
Burgess, Mrs. Ellis Bishop, Wilbur McLeod. Wallace L. Peters, Ellen B. For Governor of the State of FlorBaell, Woodrow Bishop, W- M, MeLeod, Maynard M Peters .Paul R. ia
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Beat, Mrs. 3. M. Bishop, W. B. MeClung, James D. Parrish, Charlie For Secretary of State of the State Frm w eeIsi ... yJoeMasi
Brown, B. L. Bishop, Mrs. Wilbur MeGuire, C. 'P. iariish. L. L5. -of Florida. ________________________Rraswell, Mrs. JDoBishop, G.-M. McGuire. Lula Poppell. V. P, For Attorney General of the State
3.esR Brown, Mrs. Ti. B, M{cLeod, 3.DB. Poppeil, Mi-s. V. P.of lria
Bowers, Mrs. lB. BD. Brltt. H,.A, McLeod, Elsie PoPell, W. N. Fo$ontoe~ofteSaeooldiers' Wives and
Brown, Mrs. Eva C. I Bishop, George M. Norman, Mrs. Louise iReams, C. 3.Fo ColDrlrofteStee
Brown, 'P. Porter Bishop, Mrs. George M. NeSmith. S. N. Itefiaus, A,.W. Foia
Branch, Mrs. Effie Bishop, Joe W. Ne~imith, Mrs. Ellen R~eam~s, Minnie TP. Flo rave fteSaeo l
ConneRl, 3. W. Bishop, Gee. W'illiam Norris, B. H. Reams, Aman'd Fo rRelro tcSat f b
Cooksey, Sr. 3. B. Bishop, Marion Owens, 3. H. PReamis, -Cas. 3. ida.
Cook, Robert Brook, C. B, Osteen, Lee A. Reams, MVrs. Chas. 3. For Superintendent of Public ill- R trig H s a d
Coo)ksey, Jr. Ben H. Bishop, -Mrs. M. W. Osteen, Mrs. Lee A. Ti-ams, John Albert struction -of th.e State of Florida.
C0ol. n, D. L. Bishop, Griffin Parker, Leonard Roams. Hazel Fo omsinro giuwe Yo a -v eni h aes vr ihigmn I oel
C olson, Mrs. B. L. Bishop, Lois Parker, Mrs. Leonard Reams, R. BenFo Co ison'ofArule umahveeninheaer eeyfi tng a. romi
Coanell, Mrs. Irene Bishop, Mrs. Griffin Parker, Edd R~eams, Jr. C. 3. of the State of Florda.! where a writer cautioned Army a lot of little things! A gardener
Collins, Mrs. Maggie Bishop, :Hubert Piper,.B..G. Reams, W. H, o w 2 utcso h u
-Collins, Mary Bishop, Mrs. Hubert Piper, Mrs. B. C. Sevens, Willie B. FrTo()Jsie ftl n vives that their returning,,hus- a work bench-well-thumbed
Conklin, F. 3: Bishop, Leone Pickles, ij in' Stevens, C.J3. prelne Cotrt of the State of Fl oridta,
Conklin, Mrs. Etta Bishop, Ishai Leon Picklies, X rs. Leonard Smith, 3. ,H. For One (1) Railroad Comimission-i bands would be "strangers" to books... a mellow glass of beer
Cooper. Jr. A. 'P. Birdwell. Louis Pickles,.3..B. Smith, Jim -er of the State of Florida. them-because they've been with friends.
Cook, Eugene Brock, B. 'C. Pickles, Mrs. Jo e Suber, Sami
Clark, Maria C. Brock, Mrs. B. C2. !itts, Mrs. Laverne -Suber, A. 3. For One Mecib'r of Ihe H~ous.? of through experiences that their Butwhatevertheyare,it'sth0
Cook,. Boland. Alma Dice Pickles, Robert Suber, Mrs. S BE. Representatives rf the State or' wives could never share, memory of these small failiar
Cok C ,Crosby, W. H. Pickles, Al-ax Stevens, Mrs. W. B. Florida.
Cook, Luther Ohason, Win. N. Parker., S. A. Sawyer, Wv. B. FrCulvJdt.Wlahg-akn fie hnsta etkswt i
Cook, Clifford Conniff, TP. P'utnal, ,Curtis A. Lawyer. Mrs. W,.D.FrCut ug.W~,ahg-akn fie hnsta etkswt i
Chamberlain, Maria B. Crosby, WV .T. lltams, F. W. Shoaley, "Lonnie For Sheriff, wrote an answer to that; he into battle. And it's these little
Carter, Horace A. Clayton, Annie Reams, Mrs. F. W. Shiealey, Mrs. Lonnie For Clerk of the Circuit Cotirt. caled it nonsense. "What do our things that link his thoughts to
Cash, Lula Chason, Mrs. W. M. Ryan, 'Mrs. 3. C. ithlVb, Mr. Jim
Conklin, Dr .F. 3. Crosby, Mrs. WV, H. Roberts, Annie Lee Shealey. W. W. For Proseculting Attorney, County mnwn ot ofns h oeadt h aiirlf
Carter, Mrs. Gertrude Conniff, 3. T. Rodgers, Mirs. Virgil Simealey, Mrs. B.WX. Court. mewat osofishhe oe-adotefmlario
Duncan, A. F. C,'osby, Leonardl Rooks, 3, M. Shealey, 'B. W. For' County Asse'ssor of Taxes, war and come home ..,. What that he looks forward to retuaruDuncan, Mrs. A. F. grosby, Mrs. Henry Austin, F~loyd Shealey', Homer Wv. Fo a olco.aete ihigfr..o vr- ing to.
Dice, Leon T. Clayton, Thea. W. Pustin, Mrs. Flo)yd Story, MaryFTTx ]let.aethyfginfo..orvrDaniels, Mrs. L. S. Chason, Estelle i~tooks. 3,.A. Smith, Mrs. 5. H, For 'County Super'intendent of Pub- thing the word home means."
Foster, 0. R. Conniff, Mrs. Mae Routt. C,.B. ,Smerman.-F. 'C. ]c]src~n
F~reeman. 'T. Crosby, Mrs. Thes. W. Rleichert, Pearl T'mmnons. W.T'. Fl ive Coun~u ty onisils O oretewrd"oe
Foster, Mrs. C.RT. Chaon. DeVasighn Rooks, Thomas TI'miona, 'Mrs. FleoridaFoFieCutyCnlisier.Ocusthwrd"m"
Frishmuth. 3. C. W. Clayton, 3. B. R~outt. Mrs .Cussie Ti'mmons. It, B. For One Member' of the Counlty means something different to
Frlshmuth, Mrs. 3. -C, WV. Clarke, Blanche S-parks, TP. Y Timmons. Mrs. Ti. B. Board of Public Instrtlctioh,
Foster, C. i. Jr. Crosby, MWrs. Leonard Spai ka, M. F. T(eat/on, 0. W.FrJsieo hePaei n o
Freeman, Jacek Ciross, Mary Elizabeth Sparks, G. C. Tleston. MrIs. o.w. For JusticeSriesof the Peace, Brwiin antIy Ffora
Freeman, Mrs. H. 'P. Cross, L.EB. Sparks, C.EB. Thompson, Mrs. 3. M, the following Justice Districts, viz.: No10ofaSre pyii:194BewnIdur Fndse




FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1944 THE MONTICELLO NEWS,- MONTICELLO, FLORIDA SEVEN
Se tem er M minutes al, salary Aug. 1944 --- 25.00 7355 E. Grantha do .--------.... 40.00 7380 C. A. Noegel, witness fee 1.00 Tax Collector 42 rev. .52 N 0 TI C E
. 335 Dr. 0. R. Hamrick, 7356 Ella Lee Llyd, do ........ 16.66 7381 Bill Igle, repairs ........4.50 Sep. .30 Tax Collector 42 rev. 4.80
Board dental work ........................... 1.00 7357 June Anderson ,do .......15.00 7382 Simmons City Drug Store, Nov. 30 Tax Collector 43 rev. 1522.14 At a regular meeting of the Board
Of County ]Board 7336 F. & M. Bank, 'paid bills 28.00 7358 Clyde H. Sauls, Gen. Ct. drugs ....................................... 1.20 Dec. 22 Tax Coflector 43 rev. 652.32 of County Commissioners held Oct7337 Fla. Power & Light Co., Wk. Aug. 1944 ................. 35.00 7383 Heads Cash Drug Store 1944 ( ber 4th, A. D. 1944 the following
Proceedings Board County Commis- lights .................. 27.44 7359 The Monticello News, supplies ...............................25 May 3 Tax Collector 43 rev. 131.58 persons were appointed as Inspectors
'I I and Clerks to serve at the General
sloners' Room September 6, 7338 City Water Dept. water .... 8.81 supplies ........ ............ 66.98 7384 D. A. Finlayson, Coins. Ct. 3 43 93.36 Election to be held on November 7th,
A. D. 1944 7339 Zep Manufacturing Co., 7360 Standard Oil Co., flit spray A.75 H .Bond Trustee ............. 86.57 3 43 53.64 A. D. 1944.
supplies ......................... 214.50 7361 I. W. Shepherd, repairs.... -19.81 7385 C. T. Carroll, Corns. Ct H. 3 43 458.76 Precinct No. I
The Board of County Commission- 7340 Burroughs Add. Mach. Co., 7362 Milwaukee Brush Co., Bond Trustee ...........-...43.29 3 42 2.1d Fred Boyd, Pasco Porter, A. C.
ers of Jefferson County, Florida, mit supplies .................................. 3.30 brushes .................................. 15.00 Total warants IDawn on 3 41 1.79 edr Bod, asco PorTe C.
3 Marshall, Inspectors and T. S. Mays,
this day in regular session, there be- 7341 Clyde H. Sauls, recording 5.25 7363 Southeastern Tele. Co., General Revenue Fund ........ $1,371.70 3 43 100.68 Clerk.
ing present Chairman C. J. Reams, 7342 L. R. Rainey, supplies 6.99 phone rent ............................ 22.20 Warrants Drawn on Fine and 6 C. C. Ct. back taxes 266.16
and Commissioners John H. Shuman, 7343 A. S. Grant, Gen. Ct. Wk. 7364 T. G. Bishop, rent Health Forfeiture Fund 15 C. C. Ct. tax red. 298.44- Precinct No. 2
Fred Stokley, E. S.- Wright and E. Aug. 1944 .... ........... 28.00 Unit .- .............................. 31.25 4579 Clyde H. Sauls, Crim. Ct. 15 C. C. Ct. tax red. 8.38 Larkin Hundley, E. W .Hart, Reece
Grantham. 7344 A. S. Grant, Death, Inves- 7365 J. L. Anderson, supplies .......65 Wk. Aug. 1944 .................. 27.30 June 26 Tax Collector-43 rev. 30.54 Faglie, Inspectors and Jim Lacy,
The minutes of the meeting of tigation ................................ 5.00 7366 T. B. Bird, insanit ycase ...... 4.00 4580 A. S. Grant, servant hire 31.00 Clerk.
August 2nd, and 7th, A. D. 1944 were 7345 Star Chemical Co., suplies 26.80 7367 J. B. Brinson, M. D., do. 10.00 4581 A. S. Grant, trip to State $5274.43 Precinct No. 3
read and approved. i7346 W. L. Maige, Agent, 7368 C. L. Drew, M. D., do ...... 15.00 13d. of Health .................... 28.63 Disbursements Will Barrett, o Frank Barnes, E. J.
redad prvd.74 .MieAet Wooten, Inspectors and Franklin
The following accounts were exam-, bond renewals .............45.00 7369 L. R. Ouzts, insanity corn- 4582 A. S. Grant, Corns ............. 25.13 1943 Wooten, Clerk,
ined, approved and, ordered paid. 7347 Clyde H. Sauls, salary, mittee .............. ....2.00 4583 A. S. Grant, fingerprinting Aug. 1 Paid coupon 69 on Precinct No. 4
Warrants were drawn for the several Aug. 1944 ........... ..... 150.00 7170 C. L. Harrell, do ................ 2.00 prisoners .............................. 34.00 bonds 13 to 18 & 27 to 35 Leonard Green, Marvin Sasser, A.
amounts, signed, sealed and counter- 17348 E. W. Davis,' caretaker of 7371 E. C. McKown, inquest ...... 2.20 4584 A. S. Grant, Wts. & all inclusive .................. $187.50 W. Powell, Inspectors and B. M. Alsigned in open Board, Ct. H. Clock ..................... 4.00 7372 R. E. Simpson, do ............... 2.20 Capias ............................. 254.70 Paid bonds 13 & 1, $500 ligood, Clerk.
Warrants Drawn on General Revenue 1 7049 Mrs. J. M. Henry, caretaker 7373 H. A. Malloy, do. ........ 2.20 4585 A. S. Grant, Wts. & Capias 19.25 each ........ ........... 1,000.00 Precinct No. 5
Fund Ct. H. grounds .................. 8.00 7374 J. E. Jhckson, do ................ 2.20 4586 A. S. Grant, feeding Paid bank charges for handl- H.L. Iooksey, D. Walker, oi
7291 to 7331 inclusive, 17350 D. A. Finlayson, office rent 7375 J. P. Gramling, do ............. 2.20 prisoners ........................ 81.00 ing coupons. and bonds above 6.00 Wirick, Inspectors and S. V. Coxetpaid to paupers ..........82.001 Aug 1944 ............... 10.00 7376 D. M. Winans, do........ 2.20 4587 A. S. Grant, handling 1944 ter, Clerk. N
.... ... ... ... .. .- . ... ... ... ... .... ... ... .. ... ...P r e c i n c t N o 6
7332 The Coi. Off, Supply Co., 7351 C. J. Reams, salary, 7377 Martha Ann Eppes, witness, prisoners ................. 8.25 Jan. 1 Paid bonds 14. 15. 16 T.G. Bishop, HOward McClellan,
supplies ............... .......... 49.20 Aug. 1944 ........................... 40.00 fee ......................................... 1.00 4588 B. J. Hamrick, conviction & 17 $550 each .... --............ 2,000.00 John Cureton, Inspectors and Thorn7333 The H. & W. B. Drew Co., 17352 Fred Stokley, do ........ 40.00 7378 C. L. Drew, M. D., witness fee .......................................... 35.00 Paid coupon No. 70* on bonds as Folsom, Clerk.
supplies ................................ 26.10 7353 E. S. Wright, do ............... 40.00 fee post Inort.) ................ 10.00 4589 T. B. Bird, docket fee ...... 14.00 14, 15, 16, 17, 27, 28, 29, Precinct No. 7
7334- William Broxie, 7354 John H. Shaman, do; ..... 40.00 7379 David Wiliford, witness fee 1.00 Total warrants drawn on 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 Thomas Alligood, Alfred Duncan,
Fine & Forfeiture Fund ...... $558.26 13 at $12.50 ........................ 162.50 Ed Ritter, Inspectors and C. D. MorWarrants Drawn on Road & Bridge Paid bank charges for handl- ris, Clerk.
riCE OF ELECTION aintit (39tno and Forty-first (41st Ois- That the following amendment of See-- Precinct NO. 8
e-EAS. he Legislature o L943, tricts shall be elected for a term of tion 24 of Article 1M of the Consti- Fwid .in bonds & coupons imme- C. A. Walker, Charlie Brock, Isham
,q the Constitution of 1885. of the four years and the Senator from the tution 3f the State of Florida. relating 762 Henry Lumber Co., lumber 35.05 diately above ........ .............. 6.00 Bishop, Inspectors and W. A. Dutton,.
'te of Florida. did pass 10 Joint Reso- Fortieth (40th) District elected for a to uniform county and municipal govtions Proposing amendments to the term 9f two years from the time of enment and the classification of 763 Sinclair Refining Co., fuel 150.21 Aug. 16 Paid coupons No. 71 Clerk.
onqtIon of the State of Florida. and the General Election of 1944. and there- cities and towns, be, and the same Is. 764 Southeastern Tele. Co., on bonds 27 to 35 inclusive, Precinct No.
he same were agreed to by a vote of after said Senators shall be elected for hereby agreed to and shall be sub'hree-fths of. all the members elected a term of four years except in case of mitted to the electors of the State phone rent ................. 2.75 9 at $12 .........................112.50 W. T. Timmons, John Beaty, Gordon
to each house: that the votes on said F in o seofrFlorida at the General Election of 765 R. H. Doke, eggs ...........9.30 Paid bonds 27, 28 & 29- Hudson, Inspectors and L:L Shealey,
Jto resolution tere center on i Filed In office Secretary of State Representatives to be held In 1944
Join Resolution were entered Upon June 14. 1943. for approval or rejection: that is to 766 Georgia Packing Co., $500 each. ........... 1,500.o Clerk.
their respective Journals with the syeas.that.S.cion..4.of..ticle...o
ne ns thereont and they did deter- O say. that Section 24 of Article f3 70 of Precinct No. 10
nine and direct that the said Joint A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constitution of the State of Flor- supplies ........................u..... 32.37 Jul. 31 Balance ........................ 300.43
Resolutions be submitted to the electors Amend Section 21 of Article V of the ida -be amended so as to read as fol- 767 Burgman Tractor Equip. Co., C.L. McClellan, Barney Busbee, J.
of the state at the General Electon Constitution of the State of Florida Re- lows: R. Roberts, Inspectors and J. R.
o.ovember. 1944. rating to Justice Districts and Justices Section 24. The Legislature shall supplies ............................. 34.37 $5,274,43 Cooksey, Sr., Clerk.
Now TREREOR i. R. A. GRAY, of the Peace. establish a uniform system of county 768 J. B. Brinson, M. D., Prof. Aug. 16, 1944 Balance on
Secretary'of State of the State of Florida. BE IT RESOLVED B1 TIM LEGIS- and municipal government, which shall Precinct No. 11
' hereby ive notice that a LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: he applicable, except in cases where service ........................... -4.00 hand ............................ $300.43 John Williams, Nathan Kelly, AlGENERAL ELECTION That the following amendments to See- local or special laws are provided, or 769 J. L. Anderson, supplies .... 43.00 Bonds outstanding No. 30, bert Connell, Inspectors and E. H.
wil be held in each county in Florida tion 21 of Article V of the Constitu- may hereafter be provided, by the Legon Tuesday next succeeding the first tion of the State of Florida be and islature that may be inconsistent there- 770 F. & M. Bank, paid bills 300.46 31, 32, 33, 34 & 35 Groom, Clerk.
onday in November. A. D. 1944, the the same is hereby agreed to, and the with.
said tsday being the same shall be submitted to the quali- Filed in office Secretary of State 771 Jefferson Sales Co., repairs 25.96 6 at $560 each ............... "$3,000.00 Precinct No. 12
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER fled electors at the general election in June 10. 1943. 772 City Water Dept., water 2.35 Respectfully submitted, Limon Poppell, Susie Bradshaw, J.
'or the ratification or rejection of the 1944 fr ratification or rejection. 77 N. S. Curtis, fuel .........63.13 D.A. FINLAYSON, H. Garett, l spectos and Mrs. Ollie
aid Joint Resolutions roposing amend-- "Section 21. There shall be not more #AJOINT IRaSOLUTION roposing 'to ......... O'Neal, Clerk.
'nents to the Constitution of the State than 'five Justice Districts in each Anmend Section Six ahd Section Seven 774 Southern Auto Associate Chairman
-' Florida vfz. county, and there shall be elected one of Article XVIII of the Constitution of UPOn motion duly made and carJustice of the Peace for each Justice the State of Florida Relating to &he Store, 2 wrenches .................89 C.J. REAMS
A JOINT RESOLUTION, Proposing the District who shall hold office for four Term of Office of Persons A appointed 775 B. W. Johnson & Son, drugs 5.00 red ard in consideration with said Chairman Board of County Co4mendment of Section 1 of Article IX years. Existing Justice Districts are or Elected to Fill Vacancies in Mee.o
of the Constitution o1 Fleorl'd Relating hereby recognized, but the Legislature tive Offices Under Saidt Constitution 776 S. P. Fulford, fish......... 45 Estimates, and in order to raise the missioners Jeiterson County, Florida.
In Taxation. mly, by special Act, from time to time. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- 777 R. H. Devane, salary, amount of money necessary to meet Attest: CLYDE H. SAULS, Clerk.
EF iT RESOLVED B6 ItHE LEGIS- change the boundaries of any such Dis- TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: said exenes the Ba mad and
'ATURE OF TI5-STATE OF FLORIDA trict now or hereafter established, and That the following amendment to See- Aug. 1944..............116.80 No. 9-Oct. 20, 27 Nov 3, 1944.
that the fnllowingamendment to See- y establish new or abolish any such tion .6 and Section 7 of Article XVIII 778 Pat Bishop, do..85.00 voted that the following levy be made
District now or hereafter exstin. of the Constitution of the State of ..................
Ion i of Artcle i of the Constitution Provided however that any s u c h Florida be. and the same Is hereby 779 C. 0. Reichert, Bal. salary for the Year1944 on all real and per'he same Is nereby agreed to nd shall changes shall be submitted to the agreed to. and the sam'. 'hall ie sub'bmlttert to theelectors of thl people of any county so affected, by mitted to the qualified actors of the Aug. 1944...............85.00 sonal property in said County asS i fortq ratifiation or rejectioncrfrnd at the next ensuing general State of Florida for ratification or re- 780 N. L. Youn'gblood, do ...... 85.00 sessed by the Coupnty Assessor of PECAN AUCT= N SALE
ne, rnp le'etion to he held e i section at the next ensuing general elec1544. -- o Filed in office Secretary of State. tion. that is to say: That Sections 6 781 T. B. 'Clark, do .......- -... 45.00 Taxes for said Year 1944.
S s June 10. 1943 and 7 of Article XVII of the Con- 782 J. E. Gardener, do. ......90.00 Levy for 1944. The Georgia Autin Sales co. i
vide for s neiorm and e usual rate o stifution of the State of Florida. he heo auction sale
'"xatinn event that it may Provide A JOINI RESOLUTION Proposing an amended to read as follows: 783 R. 1H. Doke, salary, Aug. General Revenue Fund Three hold
fnr special ,ats or rates on intangible Amendment to Article V of the Con- "Section 6. The term of office for 1944 ...... .............65.00 (3.00) Mills. EAfH THURSDAY
oronerty. b,, such special rate or rates stitution of Florida by adding thereto all appointees to fill vacancies, in any I
shall not -L eed two mills on the dol- an Additional Section Relating to the of the elective offices under this Con- 784 Clayton Sims, do. ................ 20.00 Road & Bridge-One-half 1.50) throughout the season at 10:00 A .
ar of the assessed valuation of such Election of State Attorneys. Judges of stitution shall extend only to the first 785 Monticello Gro. Co., supplies 46.81 Mills. Pecans accepted every-day during
;"tangble ,that s Criminal Courts of Record and County Tuesday after the first Monday In
e ohlleatnl secured by icitors except the Judge and So- 786 Homer's Garage, repairs 23.15 Mothers Fund One-fifth (.20) tne week for best prices Possible.
erage, de of trust' or other lien. te licitor of the Court of Record of Es- uayctinex oft th sc eetonr.i
!"'gislature may Prescribe an tntan- cambia County), and Providing for fill- "Section 7. In all case's ot election 787 Lee Stanley, working on Mills. Bring our Pecans to
vibl- tax oi not more than t a g Vacancies in any of such Offices to fill vacancies in office such election hogs.1.00 Agriculture Fund Three-fifths
mill ow h Prior to the First Tuesday after the shall be for that part of the uxpiredGE mills or the dollar. which shall he asalbfothtprofheuxidhgs................ ......... ...........1.00GOGI..CTO ALSC
navable at the time such mortgage. First Monday In January,, 1949, by Ap- term commencing on the first Tuesday 788 J. M. Morris, Agent, i (.60) Mills.
deed of trust or other lien is Prie- pointment by the Governor and -on- after the first Monday in January 'next Savannah Ave. Tobawo Warehouse
rented for recordatlon. said tax to be firmation by the Senate. after such election fuel oil ................. 11.48 Court House Bonds Fund-Three- Valdosta, Geoia
'o lieu of all other intangible assess- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- Filed Ia office Secretary of State 789 Amoco Service Station, fourth (.75) Mills V
nents on such obligations. The special LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: June 12. 1943.
rate *r rates, or the taxes collected That Article V of the Constitution of u0ebattery .................................... 9.95 General School FundThree ( 0)
therefrom. may be apportioned by the the State of Florida be amended by' Legislature and shall be exclusive of adding thereto an additional section A JOIN' 5 RrSOLUTION Proposing to 790 R. W. Raulerson, ice.......8.10 Mills.
all other State. County. District and to be known as Section 47 of said ,2- Amend Section 5. Article VIII of the "
municipal taxes. and shall prescribe ticle, relating to the election of State Constitution of the State ,of Florida 791 J. R. Cooksey, Jr., repairs, 2.25 For interest and sinking Fund, ,
such r~gulatos~s as slll secure a lust Attorneys, Judges of Criminal Courts relating to County commissioners. 792 Heads Cash Drug Store drugs 2.25 Special School District No. One- W
valuation of all property, both real of Record and County Solicitors (ex- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- T When Mills.
Mut~ o l oef.bt elLATURE OF THE STATE OF-FLORIDAi 793 Dr. 0. R. Hamrick, dentaL. w 20)Mls
and verronal excepting such oropertv cept the Judge and Solicitor of theL
as may le exempted by law for mu- Court of Record of Escambia County) That Section 5. of Article V111 of work .................... 7.00 For Interest and Sinking Fund, return are they going to be
nicial. education, literary. scientific. and the same is hereby agreed to. and the Constitution of the State of Flor- 794.Willia .School.Ditrict.No..o.PAY..or.
religious or charitable purposes. shall be submitted to the electors of Ida relating to County Commissioners 794 William Parker, moving Special School District No. Eight-- compelled to PAY for a
Approved by the Governor May 20, the State of Florida for ratification or be and the same is hereby amended, building Rd. No. 35 .......... 60.00 Eight (8.00) Mills..
1043. rejection at 'the General Election to and as amended is agreed to and shall PERMT TO WORK?
Filed in Office Secretary of State be held on the first Tuesday after the be submitted to the electors of the Total Warrants Drawn on Sub-Schocl Districts:
May 20. 143. first Monday in November 1944. as fol-' State' of Florida at the general eleclows: tion of Representatives to be held if- Road & Bridge Fund ........... $1,420.08 One (1) ............ Three (3.00) Mills
O "Section 47. State Attorneys, Judges 1944 for approval or rejection. That Warrants Drawn on Mothers Fund Three (3) Three (3) Mills Will they he FORCED to
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing of the Criminal Courts of Record and Section 5. of Article VIII. as amended. ri...........TMay
Amendment to Article 7. Section 3. County Solicitors (except'-the Judge and shall read as follows- 668 Mrs. Esther Kilpatrick ...... 4.00 Four (4) ...................... Three (3) Mills join a union and pay exorof the Constitution of the State of S- citor of the Court of Record of "Section 5. There shall be one 669 Mrs. Lillie Story. 8.00 Six (6).............. One (1) Mill bitant initiation fees, dues
Florida. Relative to Census and Appor- Escambia County) shall hereafter be County Commissioner in each of the
lonment. by Amending Section 3 'of elected by the qualified electors of their five County Commissioner's districts 671 Mrs. Leila Jones .........6.00 Seven (7) ............... Three (3) Mills
said Article so as. to Designate Osceola respective judicial circuits or counties in each county, which districts shall 670 Mrs. C. E. Walker .....6.00 Eight (8).Three (3) Mills and assessments in order to
mad keehobe Contie as"a Sna-as other State and County officials are be numbered one to five Inclusive. and .........
trial District. Designate Browad elected, shall be as nearly as possible equal 672 Mrs. Minnie L..Brison ..........-4.00 Nine (9i .................. Three (3) Mills hold job?
Dunt a and Gulf CDistrict and "The first election of State Attorneys, in pro p or tion to population The
Designate Calhoun and Gulf Counties Judges of Criminal Courts of Reeord Board of County Commissioners in the 673 Mrs. Blanche Clark ....... 6.00 Ten (10) ..........---- Three (3) Mills
BE IT ENACTED Y and County Solicitors (except the Judge respective counties shall from time to 674 Mrs. Mae Marshall ........... 2.00 There being no further business the The Passage of the "RightLATURE-OF TE STATE O r and Solicitor of the Court of Recore of such dsThat the following amendment to Sc- of Escambia County) shall be held at tricts. Said County Commissioners 675 Mrs. Claude Allen ......... 4.00 Board then adjourned. to-Work" Amendment No.
iton 3 of Article 7 of the Constitution the General Election in 1948 to take shall be elected by the qualified elect- 676 Mary H. Norman.2.00 Approved: C. J. REAMS
t 3of e te 7 of trid rela ut n office the first Tuesday after the first ors of said county at the time and ................
s;us and apotionment desglatio cOn Monday in January. 1949. for a term of place of voting for other county of- 677 Mrs. Mary Brown ......... 2.00 Attest: Chairman. 5 on the ballot Nov. 7th
Coun td ah teour years. fleers. and shall hold office for four
eolnsndtheOfdany-la, years, provided. that the County Co 678 Mrs. Collie Williams ............ 4.00 CLYDE H SAULS, Clerk. will prevent this evil.
thirty-ninth (39) Senatorial District, "The term of tenure of office o missoners elected from e even nu- 679 Mrs. Amanda Green H. 2.00
Broward County as the fortieth (40) one heretofore or hereafter seolntd bered districts in"'1W4 sall serve for
Senatorial District. and Calhoun and to any of the offices herein meatlened two years, those elected Ia 1044 firom 680 Mrs. J. M. Hightower ........ 2.00 Keeping current production records IS SIMPLE
Gulf Counties as the forty-first (41) shall not be extended hereby. Any, the odd numbered diutriets shall serve T W aw on cws nt dairrd nd I
Senatorial District be and the same Is vacancy in smy of such o t f or four years, and thereafter the terms Total Warrants Drawn on on all cows in the dairy herd and
hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to said first Tuesday afte tsc V sall be for" f ur years: Psovtid, Mothers Fund ..............$52.00 feeding according to the amount of AMERICANISM"'
to the electors of Florida for ratification Monday in January, 00, shall be Nod that Section I, o Article V ot .
or rej section at the General Election to by appointment by th~e Governor Ud Constitution shall nt be affectet Warrants Drawn on Agriculture milk each cow gives tends to mainbe held on the first Tuesday after the confirmation by the Senate a5- hereby.",-Fndam hg prucin ndsv fe. VoeorA nd ntN. I
first Monday In N'ovember. 1944. as fol- tofore provided by the Constitution bt Fied in offlee Secretag of tete FudriIihpouto n ae ed oefrA edetN.5
lows: in no case for any longer than~i tmi May 27. 1943. .681 Miles Groover, office rent Heavy producers should receive more Nv t
shall meet in regular mesion, A. D. day in January, 1949. Negro County Agent .......... 3.00 feed than those which give smaller
195. and those that shl meet every "Aiy Pr74 of the C~ttiea A .101141 RESOLUTION Proposing an 682 Elsie Loeb, service in Home quantities of milk. !.~'
teD veers thereafter, shall applOrtion in COnlfIIt h .with 1s5 harsh? r Amendment to Article VIII of the Con-- :,oo o,.-_om ..
5* rersntto In th senate, and pealed." siuon fthSaeoflrda el-Dem. office Aug. 1944 .....25.00 _______________________________________I
shl koiefrfrye.(1 ea ie aofc ertr fSaotive to Assessment of Property for 683 B. N. Stephens. salary, _______________-___________________________torial Districts, seich Diomreta to be as May 18. 19U. Waxes and -the Collection of Taxes. by '' '
cable. .but no Conysalb e A OINT REOLUTO toV Provide ,that n the County of ris- Total Warrants Drawn on
In making suc h apportionment, and Amendment tSeio 12o ~-boroug. State of Flarida. the County grcltr
each Di~trIc~t af have oe Smtor. laraton of Uigts in the C( tli Tax Assejsor Shall Ass ess the Proerly A rcut r Fund ..........$178.00 U E S C I R T E D
Counties, W lorda, shall coastiht. Double J a o p a r d y, -I es. lng State. County. School and Munici- Hon D. A. Finlayson, chairman of
Thirty-ninth (p9th) Senatorial Diaric, Due P'O e of W, 4 Ib pal Taxes Levied by the Slate County, the Court House Bond Trustees, prneBroward County. Florida. shl aces o Private Property Without rw$t Oe County School Board. School Districts.
stitute thle Fortieth (WOthl Seaore peneaie, by Providing th Rigtht of Special lax Sehool Districts .n, Mu- sented the following report to the
District, and Calhoun and Gulf Coun- Persn to Wor~k el Net Ue 4 nicipaaities, of the County. Badties. Florida, shall constitute the or Abrige ea lImt of .l~ lE IT R SOLVED BY HE LEGIS- Bar:
F orty-first (41st) Senatorial Diebiet: ship or Nm. esi ha w Zbs LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Jefferson County Bond Trustees Fin- ~ ~ Help yOUr old hens though the mol]t
and, at the same time, the Leglal- Union. or zsb That the following Amendment to Arlure shall also apportion th a'-I e vidhl tha t~ll l fl IIo h osiuino h nii ttmn o erEdn oeqiky n aet~mi o
aentation in the Rouse of Repreaeta- to Collel* i- State VIof theid Conatituton ofthe anA taeetfoserEnig-moeqicl n.hv hkni
fives, aofdFlhaida relativerto the Asses-- July 31st. 1944. Court House Bonds Condition for heavyy |~l td_ winter
olives and shal ro thge (3)e moste served. nflen and Collection of all taxes Ia the
senlatives to each of the next eihenLATUIW 0b 3 adding thereto additional sections aigb fedn
more populous counties, and one (1) That the following a t to be Isaown as letion 11 and See- Rcit
Representative of each of the emin- ConstM~m of th U tlon 12. be end the same is hereby AUg. 1 Bal. from last report $1,592.25 -SECURITY EGG MASH
Ing counties of the State at thle Seotia 22 of the Decla l' t a~re r shall be submittted to the
ti e o u h ap oto m n. Sh ud o mstituiioti, be Electors of the tte of Fl]orda for 31 Tax Collector 42 Rev. 5.37
the Legislature fai to apporto te h& agedo.nd rifction rrletn ttegnrlTax Collector 42 Rev. 7.5C For Faster Growing and
representation in the Senate and in be se tote- lcintobhldntefrtTuthe H~ouse of Representatives, at any ors ci State of F~ fa ___ day after the frst onda .... .e ... Oct. 16 C. C. Ct. Tax Red. 17.24 __Plump Broilers use
regular session of the Legislature at cation mt "eJectiou at t er ,- bar. 1944 as flows' 30 Tax Collector 41 rcv. .27
ayof the times herein designated, General! Eecti, that Is -t Befon 1:1 1. From and after J an-SE U IYC IK R TO
it shall be the duty of the ILegisla- Sectien 122 of the Declmttorn ary 1. 1346. the County Tax Assessor ______SE U IY HCI RA IN
,ture or Legislatures succeeding such of the Comd~n -f lm ofl in the County ef Hilieborough. State o
regular session of the Legislature, Florida, be amended so as h-ed as o lrdaohlrsss l ro el o
ethr" in Spepal or Regullar" Ieion, tO fOlows: all Stae. CoUnty. School. and Munci- '1-i' g"atu-e sall at the Le- SE U YBE A IO
applirtion 'the repre-senta c in the "'Section 12. 11o person shall be sub- pal taxes to be levied in the County Islative Session of 1045, and from time SCR~Y Bt)LE A'O
Senate-and in the Rouse ef Rere- ject to be twice put in jeopard y foe' by the State. County.- Coutt School to tim therafe enact laws specifysettives. s :herein provided. Thne the same offense, nor compelled in any Board. chool Districts. Seal Tas lug Uhe powers, functons, duties and
preceding regular Federal or regular criminal case to be a witness against School Districts and M,,niciolties eo~estoe of Coutyt Tax Collecor If your hogs are in the cornfield, balance their ration with
State Census,. whichever shall have himself, nor be deprived of life. lib- 2. The Legislature shall at the Legis- designated I. paragrph 1 Of this Saed- .. ..bentknnearest any apportiomnaent erty. or property without due proess lative Session in 1945 and from time to ton 1, and shall likewise provide for
of Represeiltatives in the Senate and Of la'wi nor shall private property betime thereafter, enact laws specifying Us collection, care, cutoy reporting -EURT IES P E
fri the Rouse of Representatives, shall takcmt without just compensation. Th -e the powers, functions, duties and corn- and dibraenat of al tax e td
control in making sch appetion- rl~d of persns to work shall no be pensatlon of County Tax Asessor. des- by' the County Ta Colecor.- ihpoen"~dmn'al"e onlae obaa
merit. In the event the Legislature delm or abridged on account of mneDi- isnated in paragraph 1 of this Section F e ha offic Seretary of State -a hg prti rdninrl-fedfr'uatd obaane
shall fail to reapportion the representa- bership or non-member"ship in any II. and shall likeie .oovde by las Jun. 14 lOU. yu on 0pud euiyS ie"~~1m~tw
tion in the Legislature as required by laber union, or labor orgfanization: pro for the extension on the a.ssessineni votes car in copliance with said yu on 0pud euiyS it 'pIm'tw~
this amendment before its adjourn- vded, that thi clause shall .not be o- roll f the County Tax Ascessor of all a znedta., he cavas, your corn will produce 100 pounds of pork.
merit (and such extraordinary session strued to demy or abridge the righl~lt of taxes levied by the Slate. County an eun hro, shall be
.to called for reapportionslent shall not empl~'ees by and through a labor~ or- County School Board. School Districts to e same ason are Seu o oudo osc n badScrt ed
be limited to expire at the end of ganization or labor union to bargain cOt- Special Tax School District' snrt M ., law foe' relations Seu o ,c n
twenty days or at all, until reap- lectively with their employerr" nicipalities. of Ploridai rieSAwy
portionment is effected,.and shall con- Filed in office Secretary of Stt Section 12. 1. From ano alter Jan- -'TTMO F
aider no business othtr than such May 8, 1941. 'ary 1. 1946. the County Tax Collector DI TaeT ereNto WHREF FarPiesAwy
reapportionment)," .in the County of Hillshorotigh State f Ihave hendaiedte s eatm
Sholdthi aenmen n raifed A JIN RE~r.UIONPrposnga Florida. shall collect all taxes levied 'n Seal of the State of Florida, F A J H S O
in the General Election In 1944. special Amendment to Section 24 of Article the County by the State, Countl, at Tallahse, the Capital,e OH S O
elections shall be called within ninety III of the Constitution of' the State of [County School noard. School Districts. th the 3rd day of July.
dlays- thereafter for lb election of San- Florida, Relating to Uniform County Special Tax Scoo Distrcts nd Mu.A 94
ators n the T'hirty-nnth 139th, and Municipal Government and the ni~gpaljies. . GRA4.Fortieth 540th 5. andl Forty-fIrst (41st) Classification of Cities and Towns, ertayo State. __________________________________________Senatorial Districts. in such special BlE IT RESOLVED BY THE ,EQ1S- ctayof_______________________________________eletions, thae Senators in the Thit- LATU7RE OF THE STAT! OF WL OB~lD




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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLOWRIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1944
County Council Has tising purposes. All
Quarterly Meeting capitals or all small FOR RENT ,
let d teSPACEi IN T HIS PAPER
The Jefferson county council of l etters add to the SPACE IN HIS PAPER
Home Demonstration Clubs, with *Will Arrange To Suit
Mrs. Ella Mae Loeb, the agent for changes which may GOOD NEIGHBORS--PRICES TO
home demonstration work, held its GT
regular quarterly meeting at the be made with the FIT YOUR BUSINESS
Womans Club house in Monticello Y
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Oliver machine.
Scruggs, president, opened the meeting and the song, "Star Spangled __T___HRY_ _...
Banner," was sung. --Rev. J. L. Hunter, Monticello Meth- TIS'TISI RTY, OI NT
odist minister, gave a very impressive
devotional. -There were nineteen GRADE A QUALITY
members from the five clubs present. GOTHIC HEA LETTER AN
Mrs. Charles McClellan, president CAM ELBAC ( K"
clubs was present and gave a fullre- IS EACTL WHAT ITS
port on the work which the clubs Only teBestMael
should do for the ensuing year, and Onlthe BestMaterials
the things which should be stressed IMLIE LIG and Finest Workmanship are Used in ..
most.
After lunch, -Miss Mildred Dickert $
who is musical director for the school N
with some of her pupils rendered a 3.FACTORYvery enjoyable program consisting of FACONTROLLEDRY
piano solos, cornet solo and choruses by the girls. This program was en
joyed by all who were present. We The new linotype machine makes ft pm
hope to have Miss Dickert with us possible a change to any of these
again. varieties of type by ,the simple proThe nominating committee gave its .cess of moving a lever or turning a ,
report and the following officers crank. 6.00-16
were installed for the new year: The type-setting machine is the
President, Mrs. John Shuman; Ist "CLEAID TO LAN." This WAVE handles the exciting job of routing heart of a newspaper shop, and The We recap any make tire with
vice president, Mrs. T. W. Shuman; air trac at Floyd Bennett Field near New York. Here, she orders a Mionticello News is justly proud of its -the famous Frirestone Gear.
vice presdent Mrs. T.cuio of hhuan aidrs traip atroetad.l
2nd vice president, Mrs. J. B. Cook- Plane to land,. as another WAVE checks the execution of her orders. new piece of equipment. A new Grip Tread.
sey; secretary, frs. W. C 'Campbell; "__ ___. __ ._linotype was in the plans of the F.er1s and Workmanship GuaranteedTreasurer, Mrs. J. I. Walker; News small type in which legal notice are is the bold face. paper for the future, but a wellreporter, Mrs. W. B. Edwards. set. It-, e size speeied by la ,w for This type is fourteen equipped shop in. Jacksonville was FIO RATION CERTIFICATE REQUIRED
Mrs. T. S. Baswell invited the coun- all public notice. Th'is is ihe bold faee. being liquidated, so the unexpected
cil to visit her at 3:30. This was an TIIS TYPE is the Ideal News; the point and is an excellent potu dato c i the machine
enjoyable occasion,'as Mrs. Braswell THIS TYPE is the Ideal News; the is an opportunity o acquire e m
had been our former leader. We eight-point type which is the body size for display purpos- now was quickly seized. were very glad to visit her in her of the newspaper. By using the eight The future of the Model 1 linotype T
new home. point type on a nine-point slug, giv- es. is undetermined. It is a God mach- FIRESTONE- HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES
Let's make this year the very best ing a blt of white space between the line yet ,and the fact that it is still /
yet. -News Reporter lines, the readability of a newspaper Its capital letters, when I a good-working linotype is evidence RANKIN & WILLIAMS, Owners MONTICELLO, FLORIDA
is at its peak. of the excellent care it has had all
________ is at its peak.t SET BOLD FA ELIKE
Va.iet of Tise- The Ideal News, of course, has its SET BOLD FACE LIK these years at the hands of a capable -..-.... -..
yof Type-', bold-face and this is used for short THIS, make a splendid operator, Edwin R. Farr. It still
headings on paragraphs or to set sub- stands in its accustomed place in the
(continued from page 1) heads in longer articles. This is eight headline for a short ar- ~hop, and is still hooked up to the
of size from the small six-point, in point bold face. motor ready for use if called upon.
which legals notices will, be set, to ticle. It may be, if space will permit, that
type, designed for advertising dis- THIS TYPE is ten point Cen- it will be cleaned, piled, covered and
lft in its present sfpot againstpthe
pIay and headlines on the paper, tury, a type which works well THIS TYPE is elgh:- ti speetso gis h
The following paragraphs are il- in a series with the 8 point Ideal day when a second machine, for use
ustrative of the varieties of type News, and is almost as easily een point Century- on straight-matter only, is needed.
and the uses to which they are put. read-a well-designed type. The force takes pride in the new
THIS TYPE is six point Century, The By using the ten point Cen- bold and is one of the machine, but i not unmindful of the
small type in which legal notices are 0 faithful performance of the-Model L
aet. It is the size specified by law for tury bold face, still another vanri- t-liked or a all public niotices. aino t~ h ar
'PI ESTYPE is six point Century, The ation of type is available. This 'bes l"d for ad ee r
........ a ermne Th atre
,SUL' DAY, MONDAY-October 29-30 SSeven Days Ashore
Gals, Cuys and G-a7Tes to the salvo of
Hit Tunes-The
NEWS' HIuSlIS AMERICA Iit0 P a k
ANNIVERSARY" "D__ Litt ISan
TUES. & T"D-G t. --H
'B' & 'C' Book Holders: SPIDER WOMAN
Get Your Tires from Southern Auto LikBasil Rathbone s Srerloc Holmee
Nigel Brr ce as Dr. Natscn
The wise motorists appreciate the advantages of driving on Based on a story by Sir Arthur
"BRUNSWICKS," and will want to ihvest-their Certificates Conan Doyle.
where they are assured of SERVICE. "BRUNSWICKS" are Cartoon-"HONEST FORGER"A N G E RS
nationally known for quality and our prices are considerably "MR. CHIMP GOES SOUTH"
lower than regular ceiling prices. THUS. & F -Nov. 2-3 "Sure, it might seem th ow
BRUNSWICK TRUCK TIRES Gildersleeve's Ghost
at their best where trucking is toughest with Harold Peary, Margie Stewart, a rock at a street light, but those
COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES NEWS Freddie Mercer REVUE lights are there for safety. A light
Guaranteed- BATTERIES -Guaranteed SATURDAY-Nov. 4 that is ou miht cause a badacLet us install one of the FAMOUS batteries TODAY, and GENE AUTREY
you can forget battery worries for the duration In Old Monterey cien, people miht e killed. And
with smiley Burneette, June Storey,
s GeorgeeHayesn another thing, you hurt the war
18-Mo.. Battery 6.00-16 CARTOON SERIAL e rt because important war maDon't get caught with af t rials bo into thse lihts. So
weak battery on these hot LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE 10 10 S. So
days! Let us install one of *Pls BRING YOUR HOGS
these famous batteries TO- chfe lhepm, ontou
DAY.. and you can forget Tax AND CATTLE TO d 1l me, won't you?
battery worries for the dura UitCa
bon! Army Utility Fuel Cans MONTCELLO STCCK Y RD
4 p~iete$ 95.i Ccrrosion resisting metal; has deep I
flange for pouring without funnel; Auction every Monday, and get FLoiDA P0 GT
screw cap with anhor; double handle highest market prices, Sale- ,
C E'xchange bent tute; enamel finish: 7 1-2 gallon starts 2 p m Monticello Stock
capacity. Was $3.75 now Only $2.75 Yards J. M. Ha kn s, Mgr. .. Ideal for tractor and farm use; or Y/rds J M Hawkins, Mgr
excellent kerosene can.
IL.CTRIC AIR HORNS BABY BUGGIES
POWERFUL WARNING SIGNALS Metal with Rubber Tires .-shoot at insulators or
Were $14.50 .................... Now $11.50 electric wires ... You
Were 24.50 ................... No$21.09 The "Ri a may cut off power to
Were 33.50 .................... Now $27.00 i Amendr en a War Plant. In Fact,
5 Professional -e pern inE tric
~rf, + elctrc, Croquet Set a reent ip o 3 Strictly Alone.
Wind Pe Werfl., a il eedtrie' Was $12.50 NOW $8.95 aInterfere wih toe
Rley and reket horns GREASE GUNS-The' finest made; to strike.
II t prices reduced for this 'sale. (Made Prevent picketing0 111ank YOu,
, , TL S especially for farm use, tractors, etc) Prohibit ec!!g.-e
QUALITY TRUMPET HORNS gaining,
--- a Aneeen- $10.50 IT now,
etT Were $12.00 ............ NOW
IS 14I -/ to 1.35 Outlaw the ......... h:'..."
OPEN INDWRENCHES .. ,.. ... ... to 2.79 were $15.00 -.ow $12.50 Garaantees :-ni, dn< o
0 W S H ................. 84 to 1.55 SEAT COVERS made by GORDON e y ye. :
....... 1.89 to 2.23 to fit your car. On Sale .
(A~l OthellO)Sp ecifwc:_ ri n'a'ts the
DOLLS! DOLLS! right of em'plyees to barTACKLE BOXES Buy them now before gain collectively..
the big rush and "IT IS RIMPLE
Fishng.ackl.Sik.&while they are avail- ,Nylon casting lines in- .- w tv AMERICANISM"
cluded in this Anni- Vte for Aneni.hnent No.. -.
versary Sale. E. TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! e o At N .,




FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1944 /THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTCELO, FLORIDA NUNI
Friends of Mrs. Joe Carr will re- Dan Carr Celebrates Although many varieties of soy- grazing purposes by 'farmers in the
gret to learn that she has been called beans have been tested in efforts to northwestern section, of the state.
to Rome, Ga., by the illness of her His 10th Birthday find one that would produce seed
Sister, Mrs.' Hume Eastman. _.'satisfactorily in Florida, none has If a good volunteer crop of crota1 1SDan Carr celebrated' his tenth yet been found. Diseases and insect laria is desired next season on land 51ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARY birthday anniversary Saturday, Oct- pests prevent the plants from pro- where the crop is growing, the presober21, nd ws hot toten.of hs'lueing satisfactory, 'yields of I seed.
IVtMrs. W. C. Siminois ertertained ngsoybeans f the Otootan var- ent crop should be allowed to mature
Mrs. Fount H. May, Sr., and 'Mrs. Mrs. D. H. Mays, Jr., arrived Fri- with a family dinner Sunday evening cents Mr. and Mrs. Joe' Car at se- it are grown stfactorily for seed before being plowed under.
J. M. Henry spent Wednesday in day from Savannah, to visit her par- in honor of the fifty-first wedding launee Plantation. The boys made
anniversary of her parents, Mr. and --" ~ r '.
Quincy as guests of Mrs. F. Hi.May. ents, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Brinson. ar 'the trip to and fro'in a station wagon
Mrs. Brinson' and her mother, Mrs. Mrs. P. E. Bellinger. Other mem-which added to their pleasure. Miss Margery Clark has returned E. B. Bailey, met Mrs. iMays in lers of the family present were Mr.
from a stay of several weeks in Tal- Thomasv11e. and Mrs. William Bellinger of Tat- During the day a, weiner roast and
lahassee. 'various sports were enjoyed. In the lahassee.
Mrs.Harry Crowe and four child- 'afternoon the boys attended a' picMrs HaryCroe ad ourclud- ATTEND CATTLE SHOW tueso
Mrs. Hans Sorrenson and Mrs. E. ren have arrivedfr Fot Ben Asho.
lahassee.~ n's hearrve farosee For 'Benai-ssotswr noyd I eET A
F. Faglie; who live near Bethel, spent ning, Ga., and are occupying the Carl Joiner and Jim Lacy, progres- Those celebrating the day with Dan ,Tuesday in Monticello., home recently leased from Mrs. Wil- y were Jack Simpson, Jerry Bulloch,
- am 'Bailey. Capt.'Cow ijs' 'ndt sive Jefferson'- county farmers, at- were 'Jack Andesonm aI
Mr.A N. 'imBCroWe so'n duty tended the National Hereford Show Clyde Sauls, Ed May, Joe Anderson,
Mrs. A. N. Turnbull, and Mrs. 'K. in the ,South Pacific. in Atlanta last week Cap Shuman, :Russell Wallace, Billy
Turnbull of Tallahassee were visitors Schefer, Ady 'Lacy aid Hugh ColinMniclo a' "Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Herrington and ON BUYING TRIP' lins.'',
Alfred Foster, chief of police, re- small son, Charles Albert, left Mlonturned home Sunday from a. week's day for their home in New Jersey -Julis Goldberg and N. Black restay in Rochester, Minnesota after, a. two week's visit here with turned Wednesday from Atlanta, Service GardenMrs. Herrington's parents, Mr. and where they attended the Southeast-, (contiInued fron Iage )F R H F NES N
Mrs., Hampton'Huitchinson of Mrs. C. L. Moore., ern Travelers Exhibition and 'pur- aditontonte t ro e rorn
Waycross, 'Ga., was a recent visitor 4 chased spring merchandise for their byt1 to Ea. t Shewlosedir
in Monticello, he- former home.- Mrs. Marie, West of St. Petersburg stores here. scrapbo'p wiis ery co ee d
_________ ;scrapbovk which is v'ery'&omplete and
is spending .some 1mle here 'as' the still growing as roses are developed.
Miss Mildred Dickert and Miss guest of her brother, Terry, Kidder. Births' Roses c n be grown' throughout this
Louise 'Byers spent the week end in She has just returned from a week's 'and she pleaded that every
Daytona Beach. 'visit in Charleston, S. C.,' where she Mr. n E.. HnsfL-ora she rose bushes.
-'~~Mr ~' N 4 and Mrs. -E. C. Hines of La- doorway haye is oeb
'ZL. went to see her sor, pl. T y West, mont announce the birth of' a daught- All- talks and round tables were *
Mrs.Z. who 'ws at port fpr a short time. en, Linda Ann, ont Monday, October then suimnarized by Mrs. C..M. Aus- Kegular Di
Thomas of Aucilla were' visitors in '- -1. 4
Tomasof Aucll were visio 23, in 1 Archbold Memdrial hospital, ley of Ta lahhssee, Mrs. R. T. WallaceMonticello Tuesday. Mrs.' lerle B. Mann of Jackpon- Thomasville, Ga, and Mrs. F. A. Brink of Monticello,
ville was the guedt of Mrs. S. D. and' Mrs.' J. L. Graham 'of TallahasMr. and'sMrs. Doris Gandynf Ta Clarke in her, home on West Wash- Technical Ser and Mrs. Ljle see. 'h
lahassee spent' the week end here rgeant an Mrs L Chike DJinners
w.iigton Street the first, of the week. Kerr are parents of a baby girl who Mrs. A N. Watson served as genwih t fhers oei Mast. E. HMrs. Mann is treat erof the Flor was born at 11:30 Tuesday October oralc of this affair. The
ida Federation of Garden clubs and 24th at Finney Generallospital in decorations were arranged by a comMrs. F. B. Matthews who has been one of the interesting speakers at Thomsville. The baby weighed; 6 mittee composed of Mrs. J. W. Pate, S ekD n
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. W. Carter, the district meeting held here Ties- pounds 13"ounces and hasbeen named M Theo Smith, Mrs.' D. lnH.nGellihg,
returned to Tallahassee Sunday-f- day. Sandra Ann. Mrs.. Kerr, -who is the Mrs. L.'T. Bishop, Mrs. T. W. ShUternbon.' ''"''former Esther Kilpatrick, "and" thk man, and Mrs. Stewart Simpson,
Ensign Elizabeth Weatherly of baby are dochig' Tily. SergentKer airman. The tables 'were enhanced Mrs. Annie Arndt wh has a' post- Charleston, S. C., was the guest of is serving' in France. b ygraceful bowls of ,marigolds and
f ~ Lou~n Tallhassee' last -Miss Au~drey Godwin this week. 'En-'j~~Al .r~
tion in Tallahassee spent l eek 'sign We y is wee 'oEn- Lieutenant ahd Mrs H Pratt orange tea olive. Palms served -as Sw ch sof All Kinds
ed teek s t is a former.Mo'ti- a background on the stage while the
elloof Wellesley Mass announce the 'was set off with a strikhig
street. birth of a, son, Williai Adams, on annan' i L
Friday September 29th, in the Rich- g
Mrs, William Bailey and children Mrs. Walter Eaton who has been ardson louse Hospital, Bostori, sual case and tasseled grasses.
are making their home temporarily visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rainey Mass. Mrs. Pratt, the former Helen The program was 'in charge 1 ofI
with Mrs. Bailey's parents, Mr. and fo two weeks, returned Wednesday Marie Spain, is the daughter of Mrs. Mrs. Maurice Loeb. A ''
Mrs. J. R. Hughes, Sr., on Pearl St. to her home in Wayeross, Ga. 1 Maurice Tripp. Lt. Pratt has just 'Mrs. John ,W. Summit served as .
Eaton joined her here Tuesday night returned from the European war chairman of thi luncheon committee Also the finest
Miss Isabelle Thursby of the state and, accompanied her on the return theatre! whose members were Mrs. P. R. Mc
extension department, Tallahassee, trip 'Intosh, Mrs. C. W. Harris,'Mrs. T S. Real it Bar-beau
was a business visitor in Monticello -*-, 4 )Braswell, Mrs. J. R. Hughes, Jr., yrs.
Tuesday.' Mrs. Alice Weaver of Live Oak ar Subscribe to T. L, Clarke, Jr., Mrs. 'J. W. Scheffer,
rived Friday after'o6n, anid Miss 'Mrs. S. C. Walker and Mrs. A. L. Florida
Mrs. Abner Averitt and Miss Auda' Estelle Farr of New York City ar- The Monticello News Chick.
rey Godwin spent Sunday in Quincy,,rive d Saturday to visit their brother attending the homecoming at the Edwin R. Farr. Mrs. 'Weaver's son,
Quincy Methodist Church. Donald Sexton, electrician's mate -. ---4-----*-2nd class, U. S, Navy, also arrived
Misses Virginia ,and .Jacqueline Saturday for thirty day leave at I TaLK
Fountain spbut the week end in home. He has been overseas for a serve a varietyof drinks
Mpegs, Ga.; visiting their uncle and year and a half in the Mediterranean Our shop is a menber of' The Florist Telegraph Delivery N
anut, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Garrett. area.' Association, an organization w$i ershiforv r 6,000'
leadingg florists min the United States and Cahada, and before "Bil"Ow aV12 tdeta Te evdM T.-Wallthe war there were members intevery country in the world. Southwestern University, LaFayette Th' Rev. a M R. T Wallace
La., is visiting 'his parents, Mr. and as their guests Sunday Mr. and -we, are also members of the Society pf American Florists,
Mrs. W. P. O Mrs. C. L. Collins, N. H. McCallum, The Southeastern F'lorist Association and the Florida State 'i
Miss Caroline McCallum, Miss Laura Florist Association
Dr. and Mrs. clifford J. Gay and LsMiss Margaret 4'.
small daughter, Patricia of Jackson- McCall of Dothan,, Alabama, and jThrough these various organizations we keep ip with
v pent with Miss Martha Ferguson of Florida the best ,in FLORAL DESIGNING. 0 U N T : 1 8,
villa spn the' week end here Statolg.-- b ,
friends and relatives I State College' a 1 mile north on Thomasville Road
Galling'sRFlowWr. & Gift Shop Open 9 a. in. to, 10'p. in., GTLF OIL PRODUCTS
The Rev. and Mrs. -Robert.-T. Wal- e4Gelling's Flower, &...-Sho
lace, Mrs. J. R. Hughds, Sr., and Mrs. j Telephone 116-R' Monticello.
Myrtle'Henry attended a meeting of Shold ps e..
S Sould a person bereT ______________________________the Florida Presbytery in Quincy on quked to pay rie to a
union overlord 'for the I
Mrs. Charles 'Smith of Valdosta4 "Right 'to Work?"IN
G4., and Mrs. J. E. Broxson of a .
Geneva, Ala., are the--guests of 'rela,-I'' l{jd'aPrsn ereI a il,.L L4
nev Ald g a qu~shiouldtoa person bem- Vek-a n th u
B. C Smih. -- ~ ~"quired to -join a union '
B. C. Smith.
against his or lher will in
3rd class, Norma Adams, order to secure employWAVE, arrived Tuesday from Peh- meant ?
sacola, where she is4 'stationed to
spend two weeks here with her p The RIGHT-TO-WORKpaeents, Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Adams. ANnendmept, No. 5 on your
Friends of Mrs." B. C. Smith will ballot Nov. ith if approved
be delighted to' learn that she is meN w ill GUARANTEE th
ported as' improving following a j"ilght-to-Work"~ to eveufyNrecent- operation in Archbold Me- 4one e dls of uions
morial hospital,. Thomasville, Ga. '4I .4"
Mrs. John T. Raan,' whose -hus- *' "IT 'IS SIMPLE 'II f 4"
band is a private in the U. S. Army ". 'AMERICANISM"/
and serving somewhere- in France, 11I \ tJ W
has arrived fromasher home in~ Mid- Vote for Arhendmient No. 5, '4 I,
way, -Ala., to spend two week's 'with 'Nov. 7th "It
Mr. and Mrs.- Noah M. Ragan in Au- 41___"-4 Meet Your Friends -At 4 '4
MILDRED'S
.-..-r aFor lfeandsp rklFtoodlo ee
4-5 SUNDAY DINNER FEATURES- What's a young folks' party without refreshment? "Coke" is naturally a member
AOCT so, 1944 in excellent standing with any group of-youngsters. And teesno better place
'4 Large Sek .................,...$1.50 *to enjoy coca-cola than at home, served ice-cold right from the family refriger-'
A '~ator. 'Have a ''Coke" is the invitation that starts a party off right and keeps it #,"" '
'Small Steak.. .. .... .. ... .. .. ..$1.00 going. coca-Cola adds its own life and spark,le to the natural-gaiety bf youth.
A Fried Chicken. 4 $1.25 When young people get together, Coca-Cola stand~ fo h as thaterse,'Coe-Cc l
syblzsthe sunny side of life. It natural foaolaae
* ROast' Duck...................... $1.0 -symbolizeesl~abrviDINNER SERVED .FROM 12:30 to 8 A OTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF' THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY tionscquire's rindy youeia"4"" ~ -' ~ MONlTICELLQ COCACOLA BOTTLINGi' COMPANY Coca-Cola called "Coke".




I The Monticello News. Monticello, Fla.. Frirlay, October 27, 1944 i
r MPOV?~ SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS
"'- '- -, :. : ? ?.! UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL ] .. I' .. ,.,...
,ASAM UNOTNIORR .N.N... Princess Lnes Flatter One f
ANTHR? ~UNDAYI
AOGeneral Quiz ?mper r ,
The QuestionO By HAROLD L. LUNIDQUIST, D. D F p "" ouse
O eThe Moody Bibe institutee of ChicaL..
eReleased by Western Newspaper Union.
IL The earl of. Beaconsfield Is
ibe known by what other name? ............
t What are belles-lettre, .. .. Lesson for October 29
tw hirl imo l s s Lesson subjects and Scripture texts seXlpO~_______ lected and copyrighted by International 4
4L Why do our men in the ..... Council of Religious Education; used by
1 stnding up too suddprly? permission. MTV
I .What percentage CHRISTI AN
Leesi n u? gtInternatonal Temperance Sunday
&. Where was the first~ petroleum LESS~ o N TEXT-Psalm 4:5-8 k,44
,as ;hefi~ John 6:35; Romnans 12:1, 2; 13:12-14. 14
w driledrm in the United States? GOLDEN T-eek those things wlhch
are above.-Colossians 3:1.
The Answ.ers '~I Disciplined living should be the I
ero.goal of each of us. Life is not to be
best known' as Disraeli. Lived carelessly,- influenced by
2. Polite or elegant literature. Chance events or passing impulses.
3. The maelstrom off Nor~way. .'" ''Such discipline of life would keep
4.~~~~~a 7 sy ndwit ie n
Semen from th temptations which
-iow s blend as to destroy the lead them into intemperance and
rizon and cause the mn', totop-s t n. si.
pi bakwn bheyae theyi erecot A life can be properly disciplined,
*e whenst y el e st nd ng er ct only as it i s controlled by C hrs ta n
5. A .o 8ry e nt. motive. Such a 'life hasIL About er ir t .l g Spiritual Gadness ( Ps 4 5-8). A l
Pa.aThe hpslist had faced thh eisthersnet Rhine 7.l or> )m h
's.; unbelievers who' demanded of him''...
'what good his religion did'(v. 6). V '
s0 eaHe has an answer,
and~as it isa th
Morni ggete testimony of his own, experience.
PETRLEU JELLY 1W Cheery Seereps forThlornin Stre Those-. around hijm sought glad-. 8690
oess in the harvest of grain andmin 43-8 ys. Breakfast Patterns..N the wine wch.as supposed to
LYN SAYS ;give a lift to their pirits. This w~asFo-ti* airu;sed2 lfsincn.
t Well, the manof"God had y our nam adrss et
Aryosure tamat' theirjoy.
Aoes seen diffemaerent s ha something infinitely superior. He 'atten youmr. o
65 per cent of the doctors and 8 per 'Color Nts s ifrn ~- hdgans i i er.I a edyu re o
cent of the teachers 'say the aver- ore dihsan oteyjgsfr nt dependent on~ outward' circum- 124
age person eats too 'little 'for brek direafs ta ter nngs sthad'gncestws ihin e. St a 4 EWING CRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
reak- br~akast~t mak thes;!!~
an ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 3 sac-twsith. 348Sisouth Wells SL.' Chicago
fast. a brght a gay as Ipossible. note, too, that it ddnot' rest
Other interesting facts reveal that Heirs how: on something tha happened, orTrng Frock. Enclose 25 c i coins 'for each
Amost people believe they 'get a orange juice with cranber- some fellow man. "Thou (God) OUR pattern yorto
20 pr cet o ry juice fori unusual effect. IIhast put gladnes s in myi heart." something pretty in a morn Patr 4 ........ ie...
' ~ their daelyb kour, r
tir mal enfour Fleck .scramibl~ed eggs with bits That rueans real joy and satisfaction. Ing' frock! Your favorite princess Namie............................
. breakfast. c e s o 1 Food (L 4:'; John lines, so flattering and trim, will Address ......................
bacon of'ias~. 6:35) c~e o~f ~ Spn~ make you looJk\nice and here againa ehers 'Add' raiins to oatmea and' It is delightful to have true glad- fotabletoo. Thelres added~ ier- ~ ~A~as In.a't. they.get' srve with. yelow butter and 9ness butman needs foo if he is est. n telittle r~olled cla n WomnRvasesn
about 28pr cent sugar. to' go and to work. Tha itre p~ockeein You'll like it inal MRLS. 'HALL-GoIlnessl You
nuihetfro Apricot halves (go well wih siiuly o ems ae h heyctoso igas don't mnean to say that ti smr
- breakfast. '' wheat cereal; 'ylo ah'needed nourishmient of lif here '' * 0~ ai~
e of the rea- halves complement brown bran also. MRS HULr-Yes, it's Nu-Mai
Jesus When tempted (Luke 4:4 signed for stie 3, 3
sons, pesapsn flakes, because H ho and 48. 'Size '36 requires 4 yards i 3- t ..gare
breakfast isthat tme limited The 'onras the cp brown tw h y b inch material; for timming, 4 yards 'of' made especially for use on the tap
sre goes to say tta c..s. thetemporal need' an.d declared d ec-rac.''e byeb-Ade.
sausages with fried red-sinned that life should be ontrofled by a For this pattern, send 25 centsIn coins,
theelves estimate they spend appes.. e a
around 12 minutes eating breakfast hnshasu
with 'farmers spnigmore' than friedh grape jelly on> golden a place of 'supr~emacy over the ize wanted.' that, factory wrspeg Sn- fre cormeal mush.'i physical in the life of the Christian With Ptf Sleeves.N E
war k loss aTh Sun- with tos
ayswhen th.re is noswork' to dash o w eGAY, pretty little jumper F
to, the 'time~ fo~r breakfast stretches 'ei esst be -subject to the defl- 1 frock which has the easiest, FASTER LA9S'ER AT 1111 4
enormously, and so probably does' able i fruits, juices, cereals, an, taes it ofer prit wi simplest blouse to, make, wear and p i~ g~hrug 'oou fgt he nour~ishmhent. ''breads. Here are somex~ to '-of- odes ro Gd launder~ you've ever encountered.
b moee as.1 For emrec comui These, then, are the indings. Here monring recipes to give your family !he patonote Wli N otice that the "puffs' of. te
ae 'atee facts:' a cbeakfastis oue of 'a gr senhhis slee and the gathers of the a
esai chant Marine dpnsupon th the 'el 'f 'h day' 'n asrght here. Men have. given their necklie are just pulled up, by
ebattery-powere megaphones. Flak Griddlo haee. t dayies the s me authority and
ot honefrnt suchi should 'provide a thirdoof tk d e bosi:.T wor ripb rsr. Snti
iisbuehyrneddtohaclois (M~akes 12 cakes, 4~ inches tey are driven by the lusts of teir men'fako rwt~n.A STOtETIC A
e ower c ia stere' diameter) fles.What they need more than Pattern o. 8690 is In si 3, 4, 5, 6,7
:aving, ifesaving instruments n vitamins miner-als, e atc. n 'fact, Used bw thousands with ......r .e~I.3 s u avi~be~Bugss, lnned correctly, th~e breakfast canr 1 cu sited 11u 'legal' reform or restriction of sale and 8 years. Size 4 jumper requires'11 sults for 40 yesrs--six valuable Ingredi-.
Sta sea. Use ytoar available Burreal 2PI teaspoonsbakg der,' of liquor (and we believe in' both) yards of9ch material; blouse,% yard. cents. Get Carbot d stores o w
ft FreeB its-Write Dept.U-3 that citrus. ftiiit or juie ,and the egg / teaspoon salt is hegraeed of G koin Che sus b 'ei egg I tablespoon sugar' i r ss
00es atey op6 y, Freeput Ilino~is. a 'day requirements. If th~e worker IegLet 'us bring' them the 'gospel.' EletioPecict
has a'heavy schedule, the food canh l v(g:
11 War 'Chlst Helps Here and QverseasI be made extra nourishing, Suc as 1/cusmilk Joh 6:3 mae known the 'fact hUpset Stomach
pooin~theceralin ilk' o. ~t I cuip slightly crushed bran, that Jesus, 'the' bread of life, satis-' 'he United States has about Relieved In 5 minusor ouble money back' leasnth erea with- orjc atha o~crflk fies eery need of men. Every' nor- '125,000 precincts or 'elections dis- Whbenexces itomseh&ld aues painfuluffoealeast. sevn wthrream or rich. wha rcr lks, tmchadhtutdtr sal
hunger anirst tnh s full sat- tracts thepotential voters of which prt
mokdCral t ilk and ugar. Hav boheg u3tbpos i derlted shoreig mll h r coe t -i hefs;- eiinskono
bept tmi ngif-eicni lik those' agno word0 takm laxative Btiffs wbrrlnThu comor maiatrn
Ro a d sar. ave theggs S toeou bentwr isf action in Him. Have you tried range in number from sme 200
ffa im as the One to meet the need of to 2,000. back n return oe
BATTERIES' ore int ak~ehas to be upped, and' salt and sugar. Combine well beat- yuhngyeattous 25dat al ru&&s.
serve jellies or jam with toast in ad- eng eggso tmilk and add tots dry yr INTHE NATION'S SERVICE dition 'to the, butter. grtedients. Beat until sm~ooth. Add III. Spiritual Service (Rorn. 12:1,
, 'Why Breakfast? cereal flakes ad shortening Ba ee ) R se e," eever
Breakfasts' good breakfasts, are on ho, lightly greased anl serveasThe g e They n ge h h
}~Atoie Version "spriua "rv AL..Feh'ppe~e: '
Important if we ar to kepmna evewt srp hnyo el. 1.fng. A ite -tro-nol
ace say twe tviyed Version oti beh osl works fasb
Vaito, a egg to ereee trobl Is to rean physical en- 'le1 Butter tihot ce sayi Them w r
o i ,n n ,ord Jees'tmps
ergy i at the h digh- ca e sped .with tart jelly and s.tl "l Cferin ~'~SeMive at once ,aith additionalejreodasiy i sooieadn colds.' Soothes irmornint ll durn n-der teo thi s .) sacrificial service. itation, reduce swelling,
mhnin 'r or 'i sNeapi "living sacri- fe makes "breathing easier.
B..d... ,e eld tomcreamedCoffee Cake. hice"' that is said to be "holy,' ac- m lsepensany olds reve
(Ct Your WaBn between dinner I ifted flour ceptable to God" This-is not a ase used In time. Folov
To Hl n t he Af S do breakfast is 1/2"e i mlo pt con sy ilder
ofsad '~~r' '' a' single act of deep devotion InAU der.U
__"_________ a_"_Ithe Fruits- longest inter- _2 tespons.obaking powder, greatt al that may be); but a going lt f ol ev Itsw
if '} mvao .between any loteaspoon salt on :n the daily walk to live for l
...... i IONTLY- mal. T e stretch h _g1es Chist. That, calls for grace h --insisW e riuicreif
....~~~~~ ~~~ SrmedEg wtCivs 35egreshu and 15" minutesj,* bte< h/ee ''' ,umlk 'power awynd i head mn willingo :
Bwa n s ni~elan hCurlig s Do tabl ep s oeltehrteining ogvu' it e of this. chim- ....
"< pi :oi E Tpi)' cnglirnsh Muegins to fButer v ery o }hc o~ iet asont Poesn .. ne ohe
toehe it rthgedets tempta~ionmt to tewrd
nerous heaveagesielly other. reodmostendte tio Ms .tii' o si wo little sprokng o e and SI -
'dgres lw Chrisipynottecn
PlkimsCmoudi ae 1 mntsi'hco "te e bhre,.etrnak.pprUio,20 ~agswic hyma ae"':.i;<'
There lblnircios te r e.no rentyIlS~ho. D~lie ...Streetl 'Topigo ',~l wor I'd.There' iv oe a; completed ly ,{
and ta's th kind of meicn -' . rfast W'hal 'e aret a ara..... ..'oi;=>........ experience. of...... .... ..'the..
LT k .PN H M S E F tie ii / u elae b~ re i sug a r U~ ""'"" :",".."""".''.< < .. ... . ...,. ....'.<" k >if>




The Mojnticello News. Monticello. ria.. Friday. October 27, 1944
Fun ror heoe a
SPARKY WATTS .'.By BOODY ROGERS
POC,YOU! ;AY THAT GO0OEr:; lI A PUP c6 po-TINTOGT6MNE
LOG S OE O 'iOUR,.,THAT POC CHARGED 6O'E- R'ST THROW IT 50 Ha CAN CHASE
EXPEMRIMENTS-- UT 11O0 THE WIT14 TH'COS;MIC RAY9 BEEN CARV~ING IT4'j 'OOP CAN E)LPTGO
HO0W CAN IT MOVE- LOeG ISN'T MY -5 NOW 11E'S T11' x O5eC OE
-PI YOU GIVE EXPERIMiENT-MY 5TIZON6E!T'PUPPY AIZOLNP FogZ V II
IT'LEG5 EX(PERIMENT 15 ALUVe.!
.11'. Py ml 4'0
F ... k 1.1My y.dkm
V T~TCOUCHYOU&OE.4 UP5AIPe ART
NOT SU P ROS SD TO man p~well d star$
RFU)RNTUE whus &4 :4WIS '3
.4 44sso
.4.4.-.Ort Con'\44 ..... ..* ..'~. .4'TOOTS.
44..-.... .4... F '.. .. .. . . . . . ......E
444. 4.. . . 4.~:.44~ ..R .
REG'LAR FELLERS-Stickler for Perfection '~By GENE BYRNES 144 j Never Itpset an upset stomach wt&
I overdoses of antaijds or harsh phzyv
* ics. Be gentle with it. Take soothiqg
rE~i-Bisioi.Not a laxative. Not
an antacid. It calms and soothes yow
qe V L- \y/ upset stomach. Plea ant tothe~ 4 4
4 4-childrenTqve it. Ask your dryuggf
c ...~ .for PEPTO-BISMOL when your "tarmimpaw ch~ is upset.
.4.___ .~ .44 . A NORWICH PROUEf
---- & 7W HYQUINTUPLETS11
4 always do this for,
Swear 44. yJ. ILLA 44 'CHEST COLOS
POP-Enough to MaeMnSerB..MLA WATT To Promptly Relieve Coughing
- Sore Throat and Aching MustieS
W~ WRY= NLY ~Whenever the Quintuplets catch coldYVE: ERE-ONLYtheir chests, throats and b~aarksinb with,Musteroe~ Powerfullysuoo1V
7AKN A0LTWELL SWITCH- rH-r Musterole not only promptly reui
WFAHZLLUDGPr-AKEI O'FF- TE RE'S ENL4 coughs ore throat, aching chest muem
4 C14It~t~ AN~hI~fC.~dueto colds- but Am~o helps brsk rr ~Id~ congestiong; in uppei~ bronchial trt.a t;OYYN H -E .*:44 and throat. Wondrfuforrom-u225AN
ASIT IS ~-8tngla
.... .... -Buy, War 'Sayigs BondsX..4
.......... ...............
..... .4 .... 8 .~ R14EUMATIS..............
RAISING KANE-Tear Jerker By FRAN WEB F77N-RTI-LMB-IVqVSO' ro AJrPT ,., ~O(




TELVE TH E MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLOAZDA FRDY OCTOBER 2719 44<
Teacher's desk in English class. It planning to sponsor a~ picture shiow, Ivery m~uch interested in th'e footba 1l
seems she's trying to nab h~im, too. soon. ha peninigs down 'here ,and doesn't How can Ikeep him to myself? wa- to miss anything. Here's hopDear Beaultiful Betty: ab~out~ our Juior play-AIt's bound to Isu~ccesss
My dear gi'rl-wvithx all 'your looks bke a knjockout U I ,
TEJFEN IA N you should be able to lure him in a ''' 'Iapr~neI o fM.~dM.
bot~tles-you k~now-the little glass; leave from~ l~ng service inthe Sout
Dear Soothing. Sall things 'that drinks are in. Well-i Paific combat zon. He ,1as served Tigrs lawWayTo nnul cure Tken I'mver fod ofa w~e litl girl somehow they always semto get 'overseas for 27 months ini the uMarn
TgrClw ayTAira1icueTa in' the~ tethgah :et t th cattered all ove th place, Nowf all ICorps and wsa a aai
Editrn-Cie~-Ava Ruth Sawe Monday and Thursday gatne in Madison with m~e~ and nowI jyou. good people see if yod can't get! Asitn ditr Beel 'Patter, would liefor he o go around with the~ bottles focusedi a littl nearer to'Societyr ~th r Eio-Nll Whitte 0ar Olast Monday~ the annual staff re al tetime. 'How can Ido this? the drink stand. Thn you
way to thi irstcler cu victory of stre h aigo itue o eevdRbr
th eao ls Friday~ night ine Pel So9phomore News.I (cotinued fro paige 1.)
iham Geaspheam sra the ig ers p Shuman High School annual yearbook. Th You have such~ a way wit the wo-~ pi h~
bar, G T~gan~ a t Tier Class lad Clu Eitr Violet Hih Senio Class which, is sponsoring the me~n that you rie- ben chage whu l~yn owwo eiaz~p ~~hen industryattack for the first time really~ tak ,twery ~ o9 4~a i~ a fc~d e rally houtd have nor Th ohooe ar making planI verted to manufacture oif
bxl a tie wn s.~ Bilyi Fly Bw ~~~d ~ith, Forrest Granger sh is not willing, just ti gO8 ea o~ tppno e~oods. Th eilin p ries iioWeve
for ifferen occasions Intosh Loloy ood, B~t A nsouldb flexle ei ouigl to all 0,
id~~~~Stdo ofm~-or uic a~ Talase. Mr G ranger around her and4 drag hier around. Wak.'- Be 'r s d come an try' crrA n9fild ~h
did~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~a yoma wrinkcighstre Linacmhrendspent tentireshpoo Nothing like th~e cav-rn tactis or uk re an ~ts ufcurr intoeilshr
attempts for extra points squarel I cot hav rie cto- increasethi.
~1b~h pg T he total Bent Cicl tio gr. R1 A er itn a ntkn aiu pitrs Th pcek enoug to absorb etImn~
a detl w ee2 pont s fo ou Tier At Edto- Sue~ adsell eginteimate ~ iuil~ I t
and ~ 2f Pelham ta asal to maoiy ofth~e~ eesr pictures Ia s cofused-m love~ life is inc1~L. -}reases in production costs since
Gossipoiit ~ ~m Edio nimafl Pate Wili being tken. The Senior and JniV al ixed up. Firs of all Bevrl S r ieC l m -,t a timep1efoaid
classes of the0 senior, hig ha n bsb~ tepping out on~ -e-with In anonoun) ocin lan io ren lh
Louv~rI7 ~ e-L n Bettile Bird ioroup-tk, pwicture George. Well that sorta.gt me. continuedd fro page as pri cotl wile bite fiht
Rporters-LEtla* Fosm Loen wr made o re 4n n the my homeroomteaoer, thi oos picke up~ thi epnsn a stipcoll gon oniErp-n right towork in.the~ opnn q~uarte havete rof o aliniiua ic e-a eto.Hwcai-' ettevo nter pthe n odeomo en aetnwcotatwthn4
and scored one toucehdow ihL-NTC staen a-Mnayi the had ca d br afohenlaor to hel the Amrcn The hour afe V- 0a n prced
ter D~avis going over fro two yards reontrcto of azds ralra brdg a rs-61b vilbe t mle
out Billy Fl~yd kicke the point I (Imporat Too ohul Dqa Puzle Posm oe igwyws coplse s hauacu
water TD As the scn uattoe wh apctrs4ae
opee te Tiger were agai qnck oof neeh wihu ahie sigl cs Cotne rig prdcina n
ina nexe week' isse .ome okdgrousa eIasvnhadegt tw mn~ale .o wisig a badsP luck the, trfi.I6iohrso te co mdte exetd to slt he
change~I of qute, that Tig~h wen Irbn
and~~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ le's geou ae orn"onaynhwvr re
me am t time absorb. shrnsn
"get~mee -1ve week. Th foli ng -r' cupsT 'wil 'aeae ffrt rasds
op rpont O p-aotn-go e in "we rwph Ic-b rkeda on n ly tt~ mn or.
rano;~ out. efe the half a~ beautiful ~ ~ i4 e t
i'pnt by,4 atnl~ a clip stppn jutIi nyb a i'n- hg-fr
Sev ntho Gae,,Eit h ranBt
yr liepthe mth thei bak oin and day ad h ewo no ,te diitrtrpit
t th wal Ina temtegt ick addeA, "I don'ti thin som ofn ourv af- ed out ca iedymreef
the lemletrn of'hs nott wir very fbridle and sadda -soe. Teni'~ fier took any~i~ tieota I usrA lpoutn 6 rlngd ve
outb the balle wa-lce y il
Fly n, eoee i h ndzIoe it ois trupe at Hloe n -im c oee19 pecn ooftheneesayalluele tecati came lv a em s hyjs woke d o thug abrepstrio do
by9n~ t Huer Clyo eo thew sixe poit- pife Aens attemot to return toI "edormalcy"
'te wrong-ay qn~ thi nght ot ti o thi er Mr trnepwl'oligthe b bpit, cls to~ nf thhe d-ill mean some rollback
dr. The7 final score was mainal bymo -ob isieonn of,194 ivbN.,, ppo ob
ps he wentei~~~e~ ~l sdy o ~g~ c and vas rola.i
.... ..~ i a plungel from_ -- do-vr hamu things to~ sepl' pesna-s upo rehet; Qarll4 p
'pt e~oran~ '~eo i o I~ I~s-"sneWhatpe ~ ar ou-vain for? lee -ny fwo I nlyetidu trial
ne~ ig'Yard -u Bill yhe theiil las plne Jue Ah g~o tiiad
loyd~ agi fonncte ont'e o n- he the lat usho wil. n oe ft poutonadinoe h~a
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