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VOL. 60, No. 16. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1944 FIVE CENTS A COPY
TIGRS OSEHEATBRAKE TONOTICE OF SIREN NO- 12 VOTES EARLY
TIGERS LOSE HEARTBREAKER TO NFOR DEMOCRATIC TICKET DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES WIN
MADISON IN HOMECOMING GAME Ti"'"tI.n"strdayo November Precinct 12, Jefferson county, was OVERWHELMINGLY IN COUNTY
11, for about one minute. This among the first precincts in the naLast Friday saw the Tigers open Madison gained a net 164 yards from moment has been chosen to be tion to complete its vote and make GREENVILLE STUDENTS Jefferson county joined the "Solid
up with a bang as on the opening rushing. observed throughout tihe nation returns on election day. Precinct AISE MEMORIA FSouth" in an overwhelming endorseplay of thegame with Madison they The difference in the outcome came as a moment of silent prayer in officials arrived at the court house mnt Of President Roosevelt at the
hid the ball so well that neither Mad- in the difference in the Tiger ball memory of those who have given in Monticello at 10 o'clock Tuesday FOR LATE LT. McLEOD polls in Tuesday's general election, ison nor the fans saw the play devel- handling after Bill Anderson had to their lives in defense (If their morning with the sealed ballot box giving the Democratic electors 979
op until it was well down-field On be removed from the game. Several country. to deliver to the supervisor's office. GREENVILLE, Nov. 4.-Upon re- votes and the Republicans 176 votes.
this play Luther Davis ran off right'fumbles kept the Tigers in hlot water Th ee oesi tepeic a eiving word of the death of /r CadPepU.SSntoad
_________________The seven voters in thle precinct had cevn odoftedaho Mrs. Claude Pepper, U. S. Senator and
tackle for seventy long yards to a at various stages of the contest. *ll r all been rounded up for an early vote Elsie McLeod's husband, 2nd Lt. Democratic nominee foil reelection
score. It was undoubtedly the pret- HOMECOMING MEMORIAL Wi De eate and the day's work was done. Maynard McLeod of the United received 954 votes to his opponent,
test play seen here in many many Sponsors were presented prior to .lThe count? Six votes for Roose- States Marine Corps, the students of Miles H. Draper, Tampa Republican,
moons. Billy Floyd then promptly the game. Each sponsor and her Honor Roll On velt; one for Dewey. the Greenville Schools decided to 151.
kicked a beautiful placement to go shosen escort marched slowly down DO a zadd $100.00 to their National War The county's largest majority went
ahead by 7-0. the field to the music of the band and Armistice Day r Fund quota to be given as a Memorial Ito Millard Caldwell, Democratic nomThe hilarious feeling that swept were applauded by the crowd. Miss iwanis Urganizes Contribution in honor of Lt. McLeod. inee for governor, who received 1056
all the fans that the game would be Rebecca Bailey representing the al- Honor Roll of Jefferson county Drive Mrs. Elsie McLeod is a member of the votes; Bert L. Acker, Pepublican
a runaway for Monticello was quick-: urni, Misses Emmala Pate and Vir- Service Men will be dedicated at ex 6th Bond Urive faculty of Greenville school, Lt. nominee, was given 68 votes.
ly turned to gloom however when on gnua McIn.tosh, representing the stu- ercises to be held on Armistice Day McLeod was well known among the The remaining state Democratic
the fourth play after the kickoff to dent body, were the sponsors, each o rt door The Kianis Club Wednesday gave students and citizens of this com- nominees received overwhelming maMuadisonbk, ande tea-imp ctain arryng aamof the court house. The public is its business meeting over to the mat- unity. jorities here, as elsewhere in the state;
quarter-back, and all-importaint ball themums. cordially invited to attend the dedi- ter of organizing for the 6th War R. A. Gray received 1012 votes for
handler of the Tigers, was injured At the half-time, after an impres- cation. Bond Drive to begin November 20. LI Au S secretary of state; J. Tom Watson reas he was blocked by Dickinson, big sive drill by the Monticello High The American Legion, sponsor of Dave Winans is war bond chairman ceived 981 and Harry Schad 80 for
undermanned dTiger eleven without a vice was presented in memory of the the honor roll, which contains ap for the county. The Club divided Jobber attorney general; J. M. Lee received
uman n whocoldierform el ebl wthu vicelasprsne ino meor ofe proximately 700 names has arranged into two teams with Cap- Bec0mes JoDber 1026 for comptroller; Ed Larson, 1015
man who could perform the ball han- tMonticello grads who have given the following program: trains Everett Hines and for state treasurer; Colin English
ding chores with the deception that their live sin the service o their Music M. H. S. Band Leonard Delp as leaders. The Southern Auto Associate Store 1024 for state superintendent of pubad been gained by Captain Bill, country. Mayor Richard Simpson Star Spangled Banner .-. .Band Each captain chose sides in Monticello is now handling a whole- lie instruction; Nathan Mayo receivFrom this point on the Tigers had acted as master of ceremonies, and Invocation-----.-Rev. H. O Hughes -for the battle of bonds sale trade in automotive parts and cd 1038 votes for commissioner of
no offense to speak of. What had a the lights were turned out on the accessories, according to E. F. Ridge- agriculture; Rivers Buford 1019, and
few moments before looked Ikeafed fe hr aki hc Scripture Realing Rev. E. L,. Baxter and it is to be a fight to the lastI agiutr;Rvs fod109an
geat vtot bforeMlooked tue field. After a short talk in which Address .Hon. Charles Ausley, dollar. The losers are to furnish a way, manager, who recently complet- Elwyn Thomas 913, for members of great victory for Monticello turned Mayor Simpson paid tributbarbecue chicken supper. ed arrangements for the new busi- the supreme court; W. B. Douglas
into a contest to see if the Tigers men who are still fighting their R Mayor of Hor ness. received 1019 for railroad commiscould hold their early lead. Their -country's battles, and to those who Reading and Unveiling of H-onor, Roll. The two captains together with could holdthray erlyed. ateirg! cuty attesprem and toithe, w Benediction .-.Father DeVane. Norbo Stephens, Larkin Hundley and The store will continue with its sioner, Bob Sikes received 1011 votes their leader carried from the field dies were lit representing Music .M. H. S. Band Dave Winans were appointed a com- retail trade but has adder an auto- for congressman.
tered cardfmt fildewrltrrstnmittee to draft the rules and referee motive stock sufficiently large to sup- The county Democratic nominees and Madison quickly turned the dis- Marion Bradshaw ply the needs of garages, repair were unopposed and the entire slate
sprtdcniino h iesit oe ydSTORES, OFFICES CLOSE therfghat. Begrsosdalsfligttonprtspirited condition of the Tigers intoBerger Keen is a Ki- shops, dealers, filling station operat- received practically the unanimous
a Madison score; however they failed James D. Chancy FOR ARMISTICE TRIBUTE wanian in the service of our country ors or other stores in the section who, vote of every elector who went to the
to make the extra point Earl Cooksey and a credit to the Monticello club use such items in quantity. polls. J. R. Cooksey, Jr., sheriff;
The game seesawed along until late Olin Cooksey All business house and offices because of his performance as well This is a new service for the South- Richard H. Simpson, representative;
in the fourth quarter when Madison Will Grangero r as his stature. He attended the meet- ern Auto Store and will prove very Thomas B. Bird, county judge; Clyde
took advantage of a Tiger fumble Rayford Kersey o 1:0 turday, As a tr o ing on Wednesday, and expressed Ihelpful to those in need of automotive H. Sauls, clerk circuit court; Mrs.
pride in his membership. parts and accessories, saving them Ella Lee Lloyd ,supervisor of regisa score. They again failed to make Maynard M. McLeod the men in service from Jefferson Prof. Byron Hileman called atten- time and inconvenience in ordering tration; John H. Shuman, county
the point but the damage was done. Russell T. Platt county. The morning closing period tion to the football game which is them from out-of-town jobbers. prosecuting attorney; Steve Walker,
Madison had two big backs in Dick- After the candle-lighting ceremony, includes the 11 o'clock minute of being playd th i weotbal e o c T rsa tm sesstingatornJakey ta linson and Wyche who made several Rev. Robert T. Wallace offered a silent prayer in memory f those whonight instead of Friday as scheduled. lector and W. J. Bullock, superingood gains during the evening. very appropriate prayer. The band have given their lives. The afternoon PTA M eets Tuesday tendent of public instruction; the
The Madison 'aunted passing at- Ithen played our national anthem period gives everyone an opportunity county commissioners as nominated
tack faile dto click as they complet- which was followed by Taps and echo. to attend the unveiling and dedication PEA Holds Annual The November meeting of the P.T in the primary: C. J. Reams, district
ed only one pass out of eight attenipts During the echoes of this final piece of the honor roll at the court houseA.w be eld in the nTr
for a net five yard gain. The Tigers the impressive ceremonies were clos- The American Legion committee Election Dec. 1st. A.hool held in the elementary W h, district 3, re SS
gained 148 yards from rushing andled. circulated a petition and all available school auditors Tuesday af4tr:on, district 3, F red Stokley, disNoveber14,at 415 'clck. trict 4,and E. Grantham, district 5,
merchants and business men agreed d the school ba m bes L. G
mec s nd busnespers me ieed The annual stockholders meeting The executive board is asked to Morisoool board members, L. G.
in order that the observance of the of the Monticello Production Credit meet with the president, Mrs. Clyde as aln' Armistice and the dedication of the Association will be held at the We- Sauls, in the elementary school library as all were overwhelmingly elected. ~ IInterestfog items of Jefferson
ountey Boys and Girls in Sers- honor roll might be more widely at- man's Club building in Monticello on at 3:30 o'clock for a short business Amendment Vote
SC y s Gl teonded Friday, December 1, 1944. The meet- discussion before the meeting. Vote on the proposed constitutional
vice. t ing will start at 12:00 O'clock noon amendments centered largely on No.
--------.iwith a box lunch. Following lunch 5 the "Right to work" amendment.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION the regular business meeting will Children's Home Jefferson county voted 576 for and
Harrell Floyd, U. S. Navy, return- countries, and says much of the time FORMED AT HOMECOMING held. 1ism
edl Sunday to Camp Peary, VirginiaI lately they have been too busy to ____10aaistimeden. O
after a 12-day leave at home with his Iate, -b An interesting program has been Appeals For Gifts other proposed amendments the counafhis rite, but in Belgium hie had plenty The Monticello Alumi Association prepared and a large crowd is ex- ty voted "for," except amendment 2
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Floyd, of time to write. He said a radio was organized in connection with peted tand. T ro i At Thanksgiving rean to region of state senate
Capps. Harrell has just completed was playing and making him home- homecoming events at the Monticello be elected from the membership and ial districts 39, 40 and 41; on this
months' boot training at Camp sick as heete wrote the lastrh leter foa sr. cs3,4 n 1 nti
as he wrote the last letter. "I'd High School Friday, and held the information on the past operation of the county voted 90 against and 69
Peary, and is ready for assignment. like to be at Lake Bradford again, first annual meeting Friday after- the association will be furnished. Two An urgent appeal for iongy, foo for.
V and dance my heart out to the noon with approximately 30 old grads interesting motion pictures enT and children's wearables s being sent Amendment No. 9, relating to conFrom the headquarters of the 15th music," he wrote. "Tell Dad he's who came as guests of the class of "The Sign of Dependable Credit" and Society solidation of certain county offices
A.A.F. in Italy comes a dispatch an- heard a lot about the Seigfried Line. 1945. "Financing Food For Freedom" will of Florida, which has a daily family iDade n oran countiesfwas
"Fiaofn about six hundred' homles andin Dade and Orange counties was
nouncing~~~~~~rle out bymoio the Supreme, cour and ixhnid in sad
bouncing the promotion of Corporal Well, I have walked around in it and Mrs, Mary Jane Hughes was elect- be shown ut i hdre e a ruled out by the Supreme court and
Charles L .English, 13 year old B-17: been in their unbreakable pillboxes. ed president for this year, and Miss The association is a farmers' co- and study ida cien fie Re although it appeared on the ballot,
upper-turret gunner, of Greenville, to It could be broken and was broken. Etta Mae Daniels was chosen secre- operative lending organization and is Home in t acsie Rei since the ballots were printed before
the grade of Sergeant. Charles is aGermany will be burnt to the ground tary-treasurer. controlled by farmers of Jefferson ceving Homes in Jacksonvilln, Miam the Supreme court's decision, the remember of an AAF Flying Fortress when this' war is over. They won't Miss Rebecca Bailey was selected and adjoining counties. Officers and Pensacola and Lakeland, in foster sults will not be tabulated.
unit of the 15th Air Force. want to fight when we get through as alumni sponsor for the Homecom- directors of the association are: E. boarding homes ,special schools, hosSgt. English enlisted in the AAF with them. They look sad now." ing game. She was accompanied by G. Rivers, president, Tallahassee; pitals, etc. It is hoped that every
on October 7, 1943, and was awarded v Miss Virginia McIntosh and Miss Frank L. Herrin, vice president, Gret- man, woman and child in Florida Old Age Benefit
his gunners' wings at Kingman, Ari- Mrs. H. Bruce Hulse has received Emmala Pate, student body sponsors. na; L. B. Ellinor, Sr., director, Hay- who is able to do so will send some zona, on May 1, 1944. He left the word from her husband of his recent ana; C. L. Leggett, director, Green- aid as promptly as possible. Payments $377.09
States for overseas duty in Septem- !promotion to the rank of Major. He Pl sville; W. B. Bishop, director, Lloyd Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg, who has,
her 1944. Before entering service he is staff advocate of the Headquarters been the state superintendent of the
was graduated from the Greenville 9th Bombardment Division, now o- oneo.o Society for the past thirty-four Insurance payments to the extent
High School. cated in France. Mrs. Hulse the for- News In MonthlyMonticelloyears, during which time over fifty of $377.09 are being made to 11 re- V mer Rowena Middleton, with their _-_thousand homeless, orphan and less- tired workers, 5 widows and 16
Pfe Charles (Nick) Slocumb re- baby daughter, Diane, is residing The Monticello plant of the Florida chanced children have been referred children in Jefferson county. These
turned to Fort Monmouth, New Jer- here with her mother, Mrs. J. W. Mid- Power and Light company figured in for aid and care from every city, figures were released today by L.
sey last week, after spending a. ten dieton, while Major Hulse is serving the news twice in the monthly maga- a II J A town and hamlet in Florida, and of E. Brannon, Manager of the Social
day leave with his mother, Mrs. A. N. overseas. zinc "Sunshine Service News," pub- Dr. F. A. rink Director every creed and belief, in this urgent Security Board office in TallahasSlocumb, in Drifton. He is in the V lished by the organization and carry- appeal says, We are facing a real see. "Some workers are losing
radio department of the Army Signal Best news of the week was that ing news of interest over the state. ACCIDENT PREVENTION and immediate need for financial aid, benefits," Mr. Brannen said, "because
Corps and has been stationed at Fort received by Mr. and Mrs. Hardie Kin- The local plant was named in the Accidental deaths and disabling in- as well as for provisions, canned of their failure to notify this office
Monmouth for a year. sey of Aucilla that their son, Clarence (Northern Division plants, keeping up juries occur with alarming frequency. goods, meats, chickens, eggs, vege- when they retire. In some instances,
v_ E. Kinsey, is a prisoner of war. Clar- their quota of 10 per cent bond pur- In the youth group 10 to 14 years, tables, fruits or other eatables." Survivors of deceased workers are
1st Lt. Francis W. Hornea of Aucil- fence had been reported wounded and chases for the month. accidents couse three times as many "Miss Olive Ulmer, Jefferson coun- also losing benefits because they
A second article in a lighter vein deaths as heart disease. In the 15 to ty chairman of sponsoring committee have not notified the office of the la, has completed a reassignment pro-* missing In action He was radio op- .v n
a g as tp the Miami Beach AF orator on a B-17, and message of his was written by Betty Brown, chief 19 years group, accidents cause twice will gladly accept and formard dona- death of the worker." Redistribution Station, and has been safety came through the Internation- clerk of the local office. It was as many deaths as tuberculosis. tions or gifts. "Two events," Branne continued,
sent to the Pollock Army Air Baseal Red Cross. His address, as given headed Accidents are caused and do not "We also need and will gladly wel- "should suggest an immediate visit or
set tock, Pouisan Lt. irn s "Brave Manager "just happen." The causes can be come children's wearables of every letter to the Social Security Board's
at Pollock, Louisiana. Lt. Hoe is his parents by the Red Cross, is Staff Saves Situation" removed and there is obvious need kind and size-for children from wee Tallahassee office. First, when a
a is dustng 14 oths in the Prisoner of War in Germany, care One night not so very long ago of focusing attention on accident pre- babies up to boys and girls sixteen worker reaches 65, regardless of
missions during g 1 mon itn e International Red Cross, Directory Manager J. W. Summitt of Monticello vention. In the home, on the farm, years of age. We need some good whether he retires or continues to
Eoean theatre oyoperaons. Hendnerniol ena Crs, Direry was sitting in his living room read- in the shops, on the highways, every- foster homes for older bdys and girls work. Second, when any member of scored another in cooperation with parents and friends still have weeks ing the newspaper when the tele- where that men and women, boys and from ten to fifteen years of age. the family dies after working in another pilot He also destroyed of waiting before a direct message phone rang. It was one of his girls are at work or at play, we find "All money should be sent to our commerce and industry, his nearest anoadsr neighbor who insste thato heiin comer codtin thatc invtesnjrygii
trainloads of ammunition and rail- from Clarence can come through, but neighbors who insisted that he come conditions that invite injury and long time treasurer, Mr. R. V. Cov- relative should immediately contact
stallat ank d oth all rejoice in news of his safety over and see what was wrong with death. Jacksonville. All articles other than (continued on page four)
way inslations, tanks and oter all r her refrigerator. It was making the The American Red Cross has pre- cash may be directed to one of our
fortifications of the enemy. He has most terrible noise. Just like ice pared courses of instruction in ac- Children's Receiving Homes at Jack- METHODIST CLASS ENJOYS been awarded the Distinguished Fly- Private Clarence 1. (Tim) Tim- dripping off the coils, but was still cident prevention comparable to the sonville, Lakeland, Miami or Pensa- BUFFET SUPPER PARTY
ing Cross with three oak leaf clusters mons, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tim- refrigerating 0. K. Mr. S. suggest- First Aid Courses. Dr. Fenton, of cola. We earnestly hope that hunand the Air Medal also with three mons of Lamont, is reported to be ed he wait until morning and come the Red Cross, was in Monticello reds of our good friends will remem Members of the Florence McDonoak leaf clusters. He is the son of recovering from wounds received in by on the way to the office, but this week conferring with Chapter her our society and its homeless chil- ald Wesley Bible Class of the MethE. A. Horne, of Aucilla, and recently action in France on September 28th. "NOooo!" that would never do. The Chairman Richard Simpson, County dren at this Thanksgiving season. odist church school, and teachers of spent a short leave at home. -Private Tirmons wont overseas last thing might explode or something School Superintendent W. J. Bullock Even the smallest gift or donation the other classes met at the home of
V- April and has been in many major drastic might happen before then, and First Aid Chairnkan, Dr. F. A. will help greatly." Mrs. L. M. Keen Thursday evening
Billy Bullock wrote two letters battles during the Allied campaign Mr. S. lays down the newspaper and Brink. He proposed an intensive for a covered dish supper and social
home that were received this week; in France. His wife and baby daugh. with his brother-in-law went to pay training course for teachers in pie- Over 1,200 little ones have already meeting.
one dated October 23, and one Octo- ter are living at Jacksonville Beach. the lady in distress a call, They were paration for teaching accident pre- been referred to the Home Society so The supper was served buffet style, her 27. Things are happening pretty v shown to the above appliance which veition in the public schools. This and guests were seated in the dining
fast to Billy, judging from the let- In the Wednesday service column seemed to be in very good operating training is believed to be worth while children in need to this huge family room. ters. In the first he was in Germany of the Times-Union, Lt. W. M. condition. The lady told them to be and efforts will be made to carry out -from all portions of the State. After supper a pleasant social hour
and still a corporal and in the second Scruggs, Jr., is quoted in relating his patient for a few minutes and the the plan suggested. was enjoyed. Mrs. A. N. Watson,
he was in Belgium and had received experiences overseas that led to his noise would begin again. She said Do nlot wait, however, to have these CATHOLIC CHURCH class president, was in charge of the
his sergeant's rating. He has been on being a patient in the Oliver General that her husband, as deaf as he was, lessons brought to you via the school program of games, which included
the front lines, making front page Hospital, Augusta, Ga., where lie ar- could hear it and couldn't eat sup- children or by bitter experience. Do There will be no mass in the Cath- "passing the dinner bell," a string news, but was back from active fight rived recently after months in an per because it worried him so. Sure all that you can now to olic Church Sunday, November 12, winding contest, and the old favorite,
ing at the time. He has been in six (Continued on Page Four) (continued on page four) PREVENT ACCIDENTS 1944. "I spy."
The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla., Friday, November 10, 1944
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PLANNING ~Adwe o okyu ia ore ape n rcs .ALMTIO
When the inside story of General Yulf rgatmmr eid
Eisenhower's European war plan- ~
~~e now the, litl men"'T who cried~,,,N" you4 h Cedar Tibe 'ate
ning is finally told, the Americandon_ ___________public will he amazed at some of the Se ntostasadcamyua ATDOAciigpiepi o e
things he has put across. Here is terOn ea ot rlg tcr hnlae.
part of the story: ~Adftyuwt mg nilycon Ne eea alas atdrdcca
Long before D day Eisenhower ,, Whwh they well ko ta yo :, tme wrtte E L.
had timed every operation down tologotgon_______________the last minute. The most important maneuver was to break [ K ., . o we
through the Germans' Atlantic wall ~:.y ."Adytw aeyu rpeyt ep u h lse
and wedge an o ning through
which other troops could pour. The ~~~~Apohc o eta ore' n ______________German High Command considered Aeiai i nuhfral.Ald orswligaota
this wall impregnable. Yet Eisen- , oor, th wek t hml and the ni rsvi in th West,
shower's driving demand for offense s Wn came upnas squawcary
was such that he allotted his men ~iga gdmno e ak
exactly 45 minutes to get through.~~i ~ i aaie:Ppo Eic aigptigya h vrrw
He had each move so carefully A % .< "y L J Ms B d p s s to t young
timed and planned that, after 45 \.-tuig dfencs bwen qa:
minutes, other ships, supplies, men would be piling up on the beach, ~~~-- otneo uha ril hudcipe n antwl.
inthe tmea alotted torgiwasilnd rmthaasLcihtsosacadnocatbislnmihplinanrmnasshhpesakenudrtadd f Te s esc?
Before" the inaso a full utiswy oar th smuerg shr of Leblts island the first maoFtpanrtkniteilnsrohrnton."g!si.osc!
scale replica of German fortifi- Thn, why do you crr hi
cations was constructed in Eng- Mahri olne rtn o ml hl?
land, built from aerial photo-th Mac ofTm beas ofis "g! grnd te sqw
graphs. And day after day,
American troops rehearsed BgCo d nteRi n nPtsug eua oda ihteise n"i nscn hlho!
their break through. The best n!- Marare Hase' b s _________I______P.0_ag _,Wetild __time they were able to make in V. e, ; "Sm o y Best Fe Are Sol
I 5& ,4 dir. ,4 . Cusom men have de- ~-i ', ?, Z
these rehearsals, however, was one hour and 30 minutes. But A/ Awhen D day finally came, thanks L 1 .returne fil he o
to General Eisenhower's dy- ~~~wt nelrdgm auda
namic planning, they made it not in 45, but in 35 minutes. ~~~.~i&-mcalsmscfrBle us
-1111 A .A~i~ , ~ l l,-I .P I T N
But with his advance into France ~ ilb ald"wn tet".
timed to the hour and day, Eisen%- 1_ ,,_ A. l we Arer's fo a jb i
shower, after the original break-, . f p .pt w up as an actor
through, ran into difficulty. _ 4
Lieut. Gen. Omar Bradley kept right on schedule in penetrating PLA NIG .t N. 41, u ,1 n university ou sha in l f resh en Pls.drie.E LSIH
south into Normandy. And Maj. Gen. , -1 ? i o F. S a wer ove ,
Joe Collins was on schedule or ahead L >.'J.trwrwudcm ovrtsme aybig erusndeto.
of it in penetrating Cherbourg. In ~~ hnyu tmc sust r
fact, they had developed, in coopera-Wt hata delpibr
tion with Eisenhower, a new type of .A p e f dr after
advance. Instead of advancing so I I 5 a c G E
many m rankon the waitin sidefor hs shirteol-odruggstiforesotningocTOedyou
supplies to come up, as at the slow- 4t ., 09 ar wie Gnal Bady adANRWHPODC
moving Anzio beachhead, they de- A ,' 2 K M we5 the o th right.
1. \A 0. 1<1 l Th reaso is aU. S. armyow
veloped the tactic of barging ahead K~~~A~/ regardless of supplies."[I". - .
Thus General Collins surprised the ~
Nazis and the world, ignoring Nazi ig. unfr fo werb th Gnra
p ublic~ wil 'of tmz d a o e o h" 'V e _11: 1" 11 I ,,z : : : :,:he arm io se s and e ch aif o St f"
machine-gun nests, forgetting about ~* ~~ ~ ~ .l ~~aesc sec a rsrb o
supplies and forging right into Cher- -1 h S G e E e o ,
what was happening. ,. I s on the sa o his pats if hs - a
Trouble with Monty. -Ikd f
Eisenhower's chief trouble, how- L C I. A<;
ever, was with General Montgom- Pein Frnki D Roseel visih New work knit (rgt and s wc e b
ery,~~~ who Wiso Churhil once 1 GoenrToaI.Dwyiecmd(ettPtsug ami shoer of paer Thouand au- out As' Prsien Byne has ad
General Montgomery had been nx f y in W s of Abn t I wil b W i o big , .
given Caen as his objective. But
gest pota agecy e. F, i, Sinatra -,
days passed and nothing happened,.ilsn o ros nteS aii
The offensive minded Eisenhower The a ieao . The o d Her Highness,
kept hammering at Montgomery,SheacopnebyfuboyursTrGra ni a ocrsAis
urging an advance But nothing happened. Actually, Montgomery had the gapin p a rui o S h g Scott's Emul
just as high a rank as Eisenhower, I t p an te b $14 w h ton up y s h
had seen many more battles, so 7 'i % o s p s a e n a c
Eisenhower was in no position to -~.-~~K fteei itr zlinyo
get too rough.- .~A'- Whtte do'anoneitht Vtmn.I'eaySipyaeSct'
I- I' I A Ld on qa a
Finally, Air Intelligence showed - etin
that German resistance behind the 1 ., - P& orsespadafiend
Allied lines was a mere shell. He -- A 2 .
-. I seer cas o shlsoc. I ", Ev- ,
could tell from air observation ~ ~ A)7 -K r iew edteislshre
that the Nazis were able to bring up only about 25 per cent of their -- >2 -~'~g vresw hn fCrl
needed supplies. Their reinforce- '- u Kh Lmad ndte corvtisj
mnents had to hide in the daytime, Aa yt t Lb ae crsh
advance only at night. Most of the B H t
bridges across the Seine were down. ~4~~-iA~&~-~~Lv etr
So Eisenhower, tired of waiting- A K 'K 2 <- Tewrytw wilso befsasep SatsI TNLY orlee
for Montgomery and already behind KKA. A4~aA ~ .v Temo scl n iiesa om
schedule, gave the order for Gen- ". A-- I TAn yewehvarndzostkep
eral Bradley to ignore Montgom- A~'~A ~ ~ >-%. Wti h hdw faqitro .
cry and break through the Nazi line. K prphc y T n g t aty our face
to the south. t c pu The I O 'ii T w w s reality away,
DEMOBILIZING OLDER~ MEN --->,---A$-AK- -Tetroofanwunatddy. SeesadSifes
-An K tA . ,.W SK, .
der heavy pressure to make one I OR I g,
very important change in the army's. - I a y h s ak infu a
plan for demobilization. AKKA 7 e acneto.S uhese oapyta
The demobilization plan did not . . ) Auere is awy mgi hr you ass
112, I II, 1 .7~KK ". v7K-, I "I"k I' _. , A0 magior theatk tre us and th In ian rservaetion run ith on. t
consider servicemen's age. How- K--j- '- 77K/-K-iKAK-'- -- Adwowlhaemr lvlysrst Srngs
ever, men overseas, particularly e,-",-.-------those in the European theater, have -\(.K. -~.K~-<.- Arfrefir hw ste r
British demobilization program A Aec i o o t n a l i G with ln b r coa cf of -Do Wahn.
of points for age, thus assures old-i Ua drn the riv e I G m itoy, p s sr s lf ade l c f t 2 y ln ar She eane nougpto b te er it a drate brek men army e- n b the G w they f t h during the ai atc G a w
luctantly," because most were heads 1 ga isweeaooggges hn JUTAli4"
of families. The GIs now point out ,I ii
that it would be equally logical to E s N D u A A C it de. I I I L E S "NIAT,1R,."
discharge these older men among- me ay wsjutrin to ak
by their families.--.A7& adem cm tr ." tth
Veterans' administration studies ,',- .~- hy wntb on ntigdf ~ 54
reveal that the cost of keeping older ,- feen t the b ee e
men in uniform is greater than for A., $ be don fryas!
younger men, since the army pays X I t i n
out large sums for dependency. Al- -bk X- -, ~ --Boda hw a htmmn
lotments have proved meager and
scarcely able to keep families to- -.~.K uhs f Wnsrbme noMyWr fDsree
gether. Yet, under the demobiliza-- K
heads would be among the last men P- -- -.fvrt o pno ni al reua ais mrpretn n
6K- .- ca edikn-tsrstepsuesdite
to be released. R NN a o h a on t o
"A at the kioy.Thyaeatobcm
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would~~KK be~ piin up o th becL -_ ,'% 11 prThe Lfsuhanr:cle anud crpld othe frnoth ak.
CAPITAL CHAFF -.4 '
E The danger of a new crime wave P lpe ke t Amrcan e e wr inter mrely blo.
as a result of letting returning warbehe, d eoupnights,
heroes keep captured revolvers and K ~ 'Lmr n alHnid h tr e anseln-elcntnl
machine guns is worrying officials. a bonfire o mtnn swift sy tir nevu, a w ou oe s
lad buil kidne oria bladder disorder are nolnome-in o s alchl?
g1 Publisher Joe Patterson wasn't -meer "Te Cnprtr. tiehungsctyotofeiui
kidding when he explained that the day, Big C w in th Ri a i P t u Try ef Time because he squaw.
New York News was dropping the I r 'o dway seon fde to B n idn s off hal ecssbd
"Presidential Battle Page" because ____ s e L d e Goodman's c Th
of libel. He faces a libel suit from G G c L mar s e t e
CIO's Beannie Baldwin. . The G osp T I N n new I s r A li c in the Y. a t
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla. Friday, November 1, 1944
THESTRYEHUSEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS
shyMNis Dress-Up Frock a Favorite
ByoHeLL. esson Lingerie Set Is Most Flattering
f W.U.RLEAS By AROL L.LUNDQUIST. D. D.
Ofationsoody Biblerofetitute offChicago.hile ine ad fit ofte tearspe ovrnhejooahadsm
sr hates herself ar being meek and me any more. I feel sorry for the trade. They're on their knees bes tor shy, Is half time secretary to Prof. Fol- diaadIfe or o tvcueJpni erfe forsrk
some. She agrees to deliver some pavt- admral an1 elsryfrSee as aa striido u ti esnfrNvebr1
tain Io hepesrs wie ue too. And for you, Paul." ing power."Le s n f r N x nb 1
in a fit of tears over the job a handsome He was still looking at her un- Stv wakhkn i ed J. stranger comes along and gets her story easily. "You aren't sore at me for pan is playing smart," he said. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts sefrom her. He destroys the invitationsinternational
frm er e esrysth Ivtaios blowing off last night?" "She isn't afraid of our striking Council of Religious Education; used by ,
and deposits them In the trash basket.
Her fiance's grandfather, Admiral Dun- power She has ple oustr
can, calls on Zore and fairly forces her He seemed greatly relieved. Her THE CHURCH DURING WAR AND
to accept a job writing his memoirs of tenderness for Paul had returned, ista Jadon ts Kruso a PEACE
the Spanish-American war. Aboard the She could forgive him for losing his mua an'm the Hawaian L steamer, Samoa, en route to Hawaii, she temper last night. She was grati- St an I n t e Hawa-7. L NI: R
dances with Steve, brother of her fiance, fied that he had spent such a bad
Paul Duncan Steve Is the handsome nWhat's your answer to that, Ad- GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed are the peacenigh. Il was'tafte al takngma kers: for they shall be called sons at stranger who had destroyed those invita- His face was God-Matthea :9
__________________________ As she looked at him, smiling, his sober but Zonie Saw the malice in
bohrbcmunmotn. his eyes. Everywhere men are talking about
CHAPTER e o The admiral suddenly glared. the coming peace. They are conCHrTR IIAnd when Paul said softly, "Dar- "You're trying to distract me from cerned lest having won a war we/
neg, you-know I adore you," she my book!" he said angrily. do may lose the peace through the selfagai.e agtupaind ltsted the dotch felt her heart lift up and glow with won't have these Interruptions! ishness or the indifference of men. again. response. And that-and not the Clear out, both of you" It is a great problem and oah about
When she was awakened in th reckless physical feeling she had Paul sauntered ou, but Steve which we are rightly concerned.
smiling by he hon rining thestaed.Why is it then that the most immorning, by the phone ringing, thefoStv-alvesayd
door was open again, but no longer Paul went to look for someone "Zone," he said, "what's your portent factor in assuring a just and
banging, because the ship had who would play paddle tennis with opinion?" friendly settlement of the problem
stopped rolling. him and Zone went down to B "Of war with Japan?" she is left out of men's deliberations? 0
She waited ,for Amber to answer Deck and the admiral's suite, gasped. Why is there so little (if any)
it, but Amber did not awaken. She Steve opened the door. He smiled "No. The book." thought of God and prayer to Him
was lying on her back. Her face, a lazy, friendly way and his "I'm only an amanuensis," Zone for the needed guidance and wisIn the clear, cold light of early eyes bluer than she had ever seen said promptly. dom?
morning, was shocking. All color "Well, that's an opinion. Your We know that there can never be
was drained from it, and it was com- book stinks, Admiral." an abiding peace until Christ comes
pletely relaxed. Her mouth was "Get out of here!" his grand- to establish His kingdom, but in the
open a little and she seemed hardly r father said shrilly. "Stop annoying- meantime, we should seek to bring
to be breathing. Fascinated by what Christian principles to hear on the
she saw, Zorie stared. It was not "Look," Steve said patiently, relations of men and nations. We
now the face of a ruthless, imperi- 4 "You want an interesting book, are to show:
ous girl, but that of a girl with no don't you?" 1. A Higher Measure of Love sindfr ses 12,t14, 16, 120; 40 ane
illukions, no faith, no hope. 42. Size 14 nightgown requires 3% yards
Zorie snatched up the phone as it b The world has established its own 8691 of 39-inch material; jacket 1% yards.
started, to ring again. "Why," Steve said gently, "not principle of conduct based on selfish 1220 For this pattern, send 25 cents in coins,
start with the family background? advantage. It pays to be polite to your name, address, pattern number and
The admiral's voice said heartily: That's where all autobiographies those who can favor you, so cult size wanted.
"Good morning, Zorie, good morn- start. Tell us about the first Dun- vte their good will by acts of cour- Send your order to:
ing! It's a beautiful day-a fine day can-John Paul Jones Duncan- tesy and kindness. Your neighbor
for work-hm? What do you say weSEIGCRLPATNDP. coming to the islands in 1824, giv- may be able to help you in an hour 530 South Wells St. Chicago
-get to work as soon as you've had a lag up his commission and landing of need, so do good to him as you Gracfuland limini Enclose 25 cents in coins for each
bite of breakfast?" pics hre cet
itofbekat"in Honolulu with eighty-five cents have opportunity. ed n rcekracharmerd acent-fr patr desired.
"All right," Zorie said in her me- wfwi
lodiously meek voice. ariplantatin o- in fro innessht him you your figure and make you the Pattern No.Size.
ae envyaio of- your frinds Trimes wit hae.
She found the dining-room, which
was almost empty-it still lacked i E novelty buttons. Address.
eigheen inuts ofeigh a~m-andthe admiral angrily interrupted. Christianity knows nothing of such *.
eighteen minutes of eight a. m.-andSteve a spirit. Even though it be necesa steward directed her to a small Zkheer No yards 39in m ata
a sewad drecedherto smll '~ asked. sary to fight against wicked men in 12.,14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 14 short sleeves
table against the wall. X t1 N, ol admel.rqie 1 ad f0-nhmtra;ll
The waiters did not seem to have '0'oretohneteievlpasSctIsO !
The witer didnot eem o hae '~ "There you are! Steve cried, we need not lose our love for them. yards maohine-mnade ruffling to trim. ,t TM M
much to do, but it was a long time For this pattern, send 25 cents In coins, Its no secret at Nu-aiu anbefore one of them carne to her H r dour name, address, size desired, and the marine has a finer, churned-fresh
table, He looked insolent, and when had nothing to do with early days us may be loved for Christ's sake. pattern number, -Maid is
heakdfrhrodr ewsa-in the Sandwich Islands. It deall "Consider Him that endured such VrAtacieGrade Margarine . made espe.
he aske with his ranks at Annapolis contradiction of sinners against Him- asked for Att radr h ble'wadal
most rude. w S self (and went right on loving THE round-necked, extendedShe presently felt eyes staring at Lws nowhnSe, ,- sole tram tof hi_______her. She glanced up. At a table who had been lounging all this time them), "lest ye be wearied i shudrtetmnfti
two removed from hers sat the man in the long chair and gazing o your own love for those who bear nightgown is very flattering and
unusually easy to cut and sew,.EIVSDAE AH s
with scrubby red hair and powerful over the sparkling blue sea, again ies (see Heb.
sloping shoulders-the man she had interrupted. 12:3).
see lat igh ousie hr rom"Your amanuensis is a wreck, This is admittedly a high stand- ribbon in the, draw-string top- WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY*
seen last night outside her room
ligtin acigrete ndlaeratAdmiral," he said. "Go out and ard, but it is not too high for those make the sash of the same ribbon.
lighting a cigarette and, later, at________________the Palm Room bar with Winthrop grab some fresh air, Zone. I have who know the love of Christ, Edge the attractive bed or breakLanning. a feeling that all this fascinating IT. A Higher Degree of Loyalty fast jacket with narrow lace and
His stare was so absorbed that it "Get out of here," his grandfather material will keep." (Rom, 13:1-4). tie it with another pretty bow of
did not disconcert him when her said shrilly. "Stop annoying me." Zonie was relieved and grateful. An intelligent Christian is the best the same shade ribbon. 1
eyes met his. They were expres- She didn't want to be in the same citizen. He knows that all governsionless. His long dark face was she d a t.iHe wr ble room with Steve any longer. She meat is based on the power and
expressionless. He was searching lounging pajamas and he reminded couldn't keep her eyes off him, or authority of God, and hence he recand searching her face. It was not her more than ever of a great, lazy, her thoughts away from him. ognizes the legality and authority of USEHULI
adiain twas the most intense dangerous cat. "Take a turn on deck, my dear, duly constituted governmental agenadmiration. It waahemstites
concerted inquiry. "Courage, my brave," he said come back after lunch," the cies.
admirl ordred.No matter how much man has perZorie felt the heat of embarrass- with a conspirator's air. "He's in admira ordered. ment and resentment flash into her there. Waiting. And it's going to Zone crossed the other room and averted or degraded government, cheeks. She looked away. A waiter be pretty tough." opened the corridor door. A man yet it is in essence the expression A small bowl of vinegar placed
brought him his breakfast. Its main was bending down close to the door, of a ministry of God (v. 4). How In a room will absorb tobacco
dish was a large thick steak. He Adma hor-sleve white itwh It was the beefsteak eater-Mr. deeply ashamed that should make smoke.
carved ate it with a ravenous- n neckte p i up wn Lanning's friend. There was a cig- those who regard political office as
nared iht anpld he.Hsepe-nnekiwspcgupadon arette in his mouth. He flicked the a means of personal gain and ad- Line the container in which youus
ness that appalled He His expres the lanaA. He was holding a hand- wheel of his lighter and lighted it. vantage, or who use their authority remove ashes from the furnace bionl a etintseakl. i he s ateswftly, ful of scraps of yellow paper. Zonie stopped, with the door open, to permit or promote that which is with wet paper to keep down the Cold Preparations as direcI~ bolting the steak, gulping his coffee._______________Now and then he stared at Zorie. "Sit down, my dear, sit down!" with her hand clutching the knob against God dust.
He presently lighted a cigarette, got he cried. "It's a fine morning for There was no question in her mind Every public official should recog-up and left, work, isn't it? I've decided to skip that this man had been bending nize God as the giver of his authori- Keep your windows bright and FZ
Zorie was finishing her cold coffee my early years and begin with down, with his ear to the door, lis- ty and seek the Lord's special grace clear on the inside during the winwhen Paul came in and sat down in Annapolis. I'll just start with my teeing. and guidance in the discharge of ter by merely wiping them off with MRA
the empty chair across from her, first years there-bin?" Her impulse to call Steve was so his duties. Every citizen should a soft paper napkin each week. FO0R G ROW E RS 0F
He looked as if he hadn't slept well. Her pencil flew across the pink- strong that she whirled about, with highly regard the one who rules as This will remove the moist dirt He was haggard and gray and his lined pages. He never paused to her mouth open. But she changed having a power ordained of God and polish them at the same time.
eyes had the blurred look of suffer- spell proper names. Punctuation, her mind, The man with scrubby (v. 1), for the good of the nation
g he ignored. red hair and powerful shoulders was (v. 4). To pick up broken glass from
"Darling, look," he said. "I'm Steve stretched out In a long bam- Mr. Lanning's friend, and Mr. Lan. Here then is the solution of the the floor, wet a newspaper and' PEAS Cg~ LO'JV ERS
terribly sorry about last night, but boo chair and put his chin on his Ding was Steve's friend. And she political problems which are caus- rently wipe up the glass with it. Hereniare typical reports from this whole thing goes much deeper hand and smoked cigarettes. He intended to ask Steve no more ques- Ing upheaval all over the world, farmers -who inoculate legumes witl%
than you may suspect. I admit I'm kept his eyes half-closed. tions about his friends . She namely, a revival of Christian testi- So you are having trouble start- N1TRAGIN:
jealous of Steve. I've always been He said, after a half hour of it: closed the door firmly, walked past money and faith, for it will lead to a Ing wooden screws with a screw- "My Austrian peas inoculated with jealous of him. But it isn't just that. "Admiral, nobody will want to read the man and went on deck, loyalty on the part of the people driver? Well, put them through a NITRAGIN were a good stand, grew I know that you haven't had much that junk. If you must write a book, She looked about the ship for Paul which is quite unknown where Chris- piece of cardboard first and then fast and made a good yield.I experience with his kind, and I was why not the story of the family? and found him stretched out in a tianity does not bring its true in- hold the cardboard while the screw The uninoculated side of the
so afraid he'd turn your head." Begin it with your recollections of steamer chair reading a thick book fluence to bear. is starting into the wood. field made poor growth and
He looked at her with a tentative, early days in the Islands. That's a by Anna Freud. She wanted to tell That kind of love for men and as yellow all season."
hopeful smile. She felt sorry for story. It's wonderful stuff." him about the eavesdropper, but loyalty to government necessarily After baking always leave the oralways inoculate 'etch
Paul; sorry for his unhappy, clever, Zonie wanted to say, "Oh, boy! Paul was obviously displeased by brings about: oven door open to permit the clovers and peas with NITRAGIN4?
analytical mind. Do I agree with you!" But she pru her interruption. He kept glancing III. A Higher Standard of Patri- moisture to escape and thus pine- it is mighty cheap crop insurance.*,
"I know how he affects women. gently said nothing, back at the page. otism (Rom. 13:5-7). vent the oven from rusting. "My neighbor tells me it
Butmad Ih shouldnc hav had enoghbrin But I should have had enough brains "I'll get to that," the admiral He was again being inconsiderate, There is more to real patriotism adea thedifferneofo.ro"
to see then, as I do now, that you're said irritably. He had evidently forgotten his morn- than flag waving and high-sounding In wringing out pillow cases in anases p ield
much too wise, much too fine and "You won't have space for it," ing's anguish. Having reassured oratory. There must be a consci- the laundry, always insert the 10 increase peanut.
balanced to let a man like Steve Steve drawled. himself that he had nothing to foRr entious willingness to serve the na- closed end into the roller first. 10 bshs pery aotcrrean
Itacostsdonlylabout man lnkacreean turn your head." Paul came in. He glanced into where Steve was concerned, he had tion in willing obedience to the coin- This will prevent possible burst- takes only a few minutes to inoculate
"Yes, Paul," she said gravely, the lanai, turned and started out. returned her to her niche in his mand or the request of proper ing of the seams, legume seed with NITRAGIN-thei
"The reason the admiral is so dis- "Wait a minute," Steve halted mind-a niche that was doubtless !a- authority. oldest, most widely used inoculant for'
gusted with Steve," Paul went on, him. "The admiral has been dictat- belled, "Zone, mine, nothing to won- The Christian gives just that kind If your lamp shades are dingy al legumes. Get it from your seed "is that the United States Navy is Ing nothing but hooey. We'd like to ry about." of patriotic support to his country and yellow on the inside, they supplier, just ask for NITRAGIN1
a tradition in our family. A Duncan have your opinion." I She lunched alone and returned to (v. 5). His enlightened conscience probably are absorbing quite a THEKTRAGINCO.,2111.UOOTHST.,MILWAUKEEWiL
has been a naval officer in every "I don't want anybody's opinion," the admiral's suite. She was dis- demands it, and he responds, large percentage of the light you
generation for a hundred and thirty the admiral barked, appointed-and glad-that Steve Then too, there must be support need to see by. To restore their F R E E
years. John Paul Jones Duncan, for "Count me out of this," said Paul. wasn't there. The admiral was down of the government by the payment reflecting abilities, paint the inside 'Booklets
whom I was named, was an officer "Zone," Steve said, "read some o his hands and knees in the la'ai of taxes. Think of the thousands who with two coats of white shoe pol- How to Ernst
on a Yankee corvette when he first of that last stuff to Paul." with a large sheet of wrapping 118. are engaged in the business of evad- ish. Pat the second coat on care- betr-eu:
saw the Islands. While the admiral fidgeted, she per spread out be hi their just share of the cost of fully after the first is completely
"There've been Duncans present read several pages of it. was a crude, elaborate diram in government, dry. Writ. Ioday;
at every important American naval "Well," Steve said presently, soft pencil. The Christian has no share in
engagement-1812, the Civil War, the "what do you think of it, Paul?" Steve walked in. Steve ware a such things, for he is ready to pay Spanish-American War, the last war. "I have a new slogan," Paul an- soft white shirt without a tie, aad his share of the expense of governMy father went down with the In- swerved. "'Avoid controversies and flannels. He peered over Zonie'm meat as a ministry of the Lord vincible, you know, at Jutland. you won't wear out so fast.' I've shoulder. Grandfather, with all his faults, is a been up on the bridge with the skip- "What is it?" he asked. No government can function propdamned fine patriot. And he wanted per. He thinks we're going to have "The Battle of Manila Bay," his enly nor long endure which does not one of us to carry on the tradition. war with Japan any minute, What's grandfather answered, have the respect and confidence of
It's a proud tradition, you see. So your opinion, Admiral?" "What," Steve asked coldly, "was those governed. There can be nothSteve went to Annapolis, and Steve, "Ntfrawie"teamrlteBtlofMnlBa? in buciiisdcnetnd90
in turn, became a lieutenant, j.g. said. "We have them on the run. "Get out of here!" the admiral 'disobedience in such an atmosphere. ~TIII PUBLIC nature of advertising bene.
Am I boring you, Zorie?" Our Far Eastern Policy is stiffer snapped. We have said it before, but T fits everyone it touches. It benefits the
"No," she said hastily. "Of course than they expected. We've called Steve held out his hands implor- we say it again-the best thing that public by describing exactly the products that are offered. It
you aren't boring me." Her eyes their bluff. At the proper time, our ingly. "Zone, I ask you Is this could happen to America politically benefits employees, because the advertiser must be more fair
had no doubt betrayed her. She navy will go out there and blast stuff the admiral's been dictating t is a revival of Christianity, Our
was looking inward again. She was them off the Pacific-in?" you pure bilge, or is it pure bilge?" national leaders ought to set the ex- adjust than the employerwho has no obligation to thepublic.
seeing Steve, tall and splendid, on Zone was watching Steve. His "Zone!" the admiral cried, ample and encourage the people to These benefits of advertising are quite apart from the obvious
the bridge of a battleship. It was expression was dubious, "We "Hasn't he a lot of nerve telling OFi follow in repentance, restitution and benefits which advertising confers-the lower prices, the Iighier where she had intuitively seen him hope," he murmured. how we want to write our book? God's blessing. Read II Chroniwhen they stood beside the telephone "Kumuso and Admiral Nomura We're doing all right, aren't we- ces 7:14. pole in the rain. are a pair of beggars," the admiral hm?"
"I feel so terribly sorry about it" went on. "They were sent to Wase- (TO BE ChNTIeUEX
PoUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1944
from a wound in his right hand R. H. Simpson, Russell Wallace, Ish- find out about your old-age and sur- west Quarter, (WI2 of SE'/4 ofE SWlil) declare the sllnic, anrd crcrtify to tv THE MONTICELLO NEWS and from a leg wound. Iam Shepherd and M. M. Anderson. vivors insurance. You should give ha ndet alo t Nrhe Tn for t ,,Ln,, Oide for
The soldiers are brothers of Mrs. He is survived by one brother, e your name and address, the number Quarter (WI! of NWrA,); the west in, which shall cause the name of such
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Frank Horner of Monticello and are J* Shuman, and a number of nephews of your Social Security Account Half the East Hlf Of the Northwet lo,, to be laced on the offiii
PULSEDEEYQuarter, (W'/, of El/, or WWI,) of Sec- ballot to Ill 'ted at thel enosuing AllMONTICELLO ADVERTISER sons of Mr. anid the late Mrs. J. W. iand nieces. Card, the date and place of your taon Twelve, (12) lso, beginning ait nual inieipal Electievn.
Established 1869Soutest corner of te otwest A Scod Priary shall be eld on
Amon theoutof-twn elatvesbirth. If a member of your family Quarter, (.NWI/), of Sction Tw~elve, Decemuber th 1944, it necessary to MNIEaLishe 1869TUIO wh Almno omnPrG. aone the fut-of-towereatives has been working aind has died you 12), I-un West five, (5), chains, thence, determine thre nuominee for any office
E established a t n e the fun ra w r George N north Seven, (7), chains, thence 187u th c ein ,o ide d for, at the Tow n H all
Establishd 1873 ~ ,.1 D ~ -!Shuman, Dunnellon, Fla.;Captain J.sol rt sadgv i ae eastel~ly to the point of beginning of 11 flonticello, Florida.
Ala oNrm Pkn Ga.n b ad to birth. Section Twelve, (12). The following ae heresy appointed
Rhage thuan ColumbiaRpor S. C.; Misses acon ubraddt fAll of the above described lnds he- Oslicotors and Clerki of said imarony
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 Gloria and Leatri.ce Shuman, Florida ing in Townsip one, (1) North and 11ection: Thio. L. Folso, M. T.
At te weklysal, ModayIll hetateColegeTalahaseeMrs.AdaRange Three, (3), East, andl containing Rfobrts, (7. I. Jlon-es, Inspectors, and
Entered at Monticello Post OfficeabuadolrerctloethnMsKetStnDbiG'M________________as Mail matter of the Second Classlcnhln
BetserEadhdes-0ti400MstenohmnrloiaSae o-Diy I13t NOTIE WIIC (riemocrfat1Iic Extiv Commaritee
Telephone;and 232 were -138-Rs 6 t o l nd rs. D. I.R Mr. .
Enteeda_ MoniceloPotoficeboutadolaret_____lwerhanORNotice isarelsherebylo ,given3 Othat I,7-24Alice. Aerib ofCooi Sttf
I S Mn 1.00a $e a i.er t s a f
Ts USCmoths RATt-e-e- -s B s75le ton8. -and Lt. and S.uRap Kn, Ta.- $r. BOfCEe
One ~ ~ ~~ Bs Yer---------$20 an Cales------------- to 14.00 mahsseJea FOSAEhum 0pun no yFoiaati -office inat Monicelo aaiid the-t N. Ii mo s ATicn hct was asessTelehone-------------------R Heavym No.er 1n hogs-----------1.70 loge D. mesh bags and 1-. Raiey citru oalte ihtb tieandta univde Ali- Ici t t."iil 6f 192.Ds
SixuMon hOsp ieet Englandh is.owned andaheldd-bydTA DlmtioneofM.aeapertytLt1Sectiont34
Trew Building ----wood-----et MNo.u1hos----------- -3.2 mr.Lws r.Je ltPry tesh ags forowpecans an bset suaia minosi and o tHenr folwigtos, liip 2h orofthRne 4l~vn fEs,
del~s i popltert -sttat of lying-, aifi ~ i fafldaado~fiae
No. 2ohogs 12.35e. W NEosttos ania,- Lt me egn e ia e E. S. Dn
ove a wheat-field that wasn't farb aJ t hei wt s,"
Oo hogs-------------------1195 & Sour bs When Tampa were Proying wt fak ti
Setic e Column- Not 4 e hogs, -----11.75 Tml of t eat a of the e i
-v ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ms No.s an hogs 15 citosi atstCuc iht arePoue l rida (Tampa ofthe Sotws uater exep f-oreCunt of Jefferson, State of FlorDs.
hurry thenv so1we7-adeiacfs oorcednlanedd tro exd n c ertict or ctific3e
hos--------110 ans------.5 N.Ihgs. 32 Brothe bag M.r Laevann and hiee sig acnros thIltil nd orthse therewin sohal bee2mdacrigt a h
evauaio hopia ing Enlad Ligb No. .2fl COLORE N Wpoaes 5cah.JF.Clwldsrieas troet dtae ofin tnpoet described inth Riele -cEtiate
Ni w e hilt a ra Brack In ie for the mo of $ rins, n etrack. Inuntac of fou c 1 tich -besd to th high
Local Planteis seconds AidBord was afie Io thm uan o th ast of
done crale outi o alre wnowe Ilst loe), the f Ston in te nth e
hatuhciet e ota nieyuan invtthrIon to LatndNv1-72 ou u ip -two noth flltheeof setend ast. s s 114 cehicaste t, dtiiatof
services to enjo our g sinin I I ing thir -i s, e get into abe ditch before th bomb
overuato what-iedta t wnEgasn't far h No. 5. less Dated ti.ls .t. day0 of Novembero\,utaditacotl
men four ase hdpett n we were am-n (coninue fro pag 1) Rv J. F. Miles, Pastor,
bulanc took me to~t th base."f111 L-tdnes-l e odt tl ih
Ms the has down a her engine hus- in ao two mu Mar A B C s nof aniates and J i "' C
most teril noiseon careae frem the Felwsi Bats Chuch (Col. No1bidd3-e1- e.er Lif Cct court of Jeffersron
conkd out. Agt an theya are and ex- Distanc
p to send. T sg iingin1101 i
M ell wihath ra t Mh r w .nin ai refrgertor Mr. S. sop g s I cn iig 1-tLxar,'ioN o i 11 'sos 19- De
Scugs Sr.J .MlsPsols.Dae hiItdyo oebr
ry athen. s. e made age returned dw n iney pe ou the po- Old YWrG,
Thursday oto Camp Vanibl Dorn, Cen-rmte elwsi ats hrh (o. R N FR&SOR G er ae,2itos eYrH A
at. the. home. of10172 Mrs. Huges parentsoi Cur r lef
Mre .and Mrs R.t J. r Tayo He arriv-rgrao. M.S sopd oaladLnDitne EC~lt.F~
edrr Moenda, accoe m a nyin Mrs.dln -dw n -n eiyp lido tt f II T ON R M% Y 1 ."7IN N TC N .1.N v -01-4D c
ing-only we hit a railroad track. In tato bin situated in front of thell Aige BenlefitL S. C., Tenn., and Miss. The Demnocra~tic Exectltive Commlsit- Notiie, (f A,,flieaii. i for Tar Deed
a few seconds she was afire. I must Imotor. There it wa~s! A baby mouse ____Modern Equipment tee of the Towvn of Mlonticello, Floridas
Hgeherebs aalls a Pimidy decirsmat be -lle dg he. r have crawled out of a window, I chewing onl peca.Ls hulls! Mri. Stint- Everyi LodInue held on the 5th, day of December 1944. 'Notice is hereby giveii. that B. J.
Prih eoo g sa from first page) y witht res Electo fr toe
don't remember. Anyway I managed mit killed the mouse ansd went back the Scial Security Board office. De- Office Phone 1099 Tht Be i resole to by- the Comite: -amrick the holder of the following
to get into a ditch before the bombs home to his nowxsprpel-. la nwiigo iiigta fieResidence Phone 2029 lotI on of cndidates for TON c.offlies for a tax deed to be issued thereon.
(TooLon to Monticell foks isitn att ofc e fl il roi ee ycal- ob ,il
went off. After a while two English- -~-________-- may cause a loss in benefits because Ne aeos 3 V ansile ll, tm m i s herebI call d Motclob iso l, tiliae Isucisier ati yftearslofmen found me and pretty soon an am- the law is not retroactive" Talhsee l.Iloridjoi the5( d'ryl -oll Monticelloissane "'"~the daesito of thise prop-s
TalahsteFs. .ovterslsdaeoaDceiinr rttaidele aAsmenrhihctana
RUTHERFORD~ B assessed ar as) 4 folloses:
bulance took me to the base." IUHRFR B.SHeA Social Security Board is con- ------ That such lrimiary Election shall 1ie (to' if St.1Ile No1S
incl Miam onl aboard ai huger it Army
Mr.Srgshsjie e u-Itnl rigworkers atae65t otice Of Applcation for Ter Dleed held Ll alYeeatriiclfrmt-set of issuaonce Alg. 1, 19121.
stantd urin Augus-a an hyacex uhrodB.Sui hode tpoisioll ill the Act Iin the Lasss LDesritmtion of Property Ona N. Sd. of
M r s S m u g s a s o i e d e r h u s th e r fme o r d B .s Si h tl m a n L V h R d i ed a t c o n ta c t th e n e a r e s t f i e l o f i e s l 'y, E le c tio n s in m s o f a r a s s a id pO viO 5\5,/ oA fa S I. 4 o f S e ti o n 1 2 T o sw n s h ip
Tanpr inAuusaand thaey are exwas om fhsnehw .R.Rie
necting to MThanksgiving sitn louse ]till No. Jain tilns can be made to apply, svhen not Ntrthi Ra ge 4 East, 10 acres.
spendlo ihMr ndMs W.M. onOtbr2swa eO'Mn. that teboard cnhelp thmpoet Notice is hereby given, that Join oif tire state of Fblida governing Priiu, N Site 11n s,]ricih assessed Misses parteti their insured status. However, many Kerooee the holder of tiee foliosing in .olflict with tife foilovving rules rid,,
hadlo' twot ofgrsv herrs seeieriesosa
cello's, most prgesv usiesmiworkers fail to collect their insur- certificates has, filed sid( crt ificates and e gLtIlatIi ons. Alu aid propcrty bimg in time
hoe oi a tax deed to be issued thererga TIntL at tch Primry Election ilere Counts of JeffIrsolato of
Scruggs, S.drn th mayyasiiwche ance because they do not file a claim. Tihe cer~iticate aotimbes and years of ],all 1)e nsominated the following of- rlhn,-s such ciertificate, or viemitificates
was inauanbuiescer.e, time descr-iption. of tile Isrop- filcer: Miay01, Cllk & Treiasurem-, Mar- shlt ie re-deemed according- to lasv thle Capt. J. Herman Hughes returned He ks a ntv sn havin been
her with hi mother, andt hasin report-d h ae l Ilil tI~ssil&TleCilcr, a sesi rc) dscie nsc
Thursday to Camp Van Don, Cen working or have been working at a assessd ure as follows: ho shall hold Office for it, yeh. or certilicatesseill le sold to the high-brinMnielonOtbr29th, Certililcate No. 199 "'lII ro imiee of tili') COrill~ ssho ,,t bidlder at (hle totirt m-otie doorOl
MiMiwar job, in a factory, shop, mill, S erf getthe son of Rttheford and stor offlto cameedonlioolof Bgt 1 shrill of imJ teoralc ]-ixeuit
at thle home of Mrs. Hughes' parents, Nac Plt imbemn H-1 atenle hiore Isieo ihrplcofml ecitilefPopr3:it pt 4 ,e tosoftem.locai tlotv .b, o4yh of ooIb ty
Mr ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ac and~ Mrtiais He atene Talr HeUrv helcl3B FF 114 Wli~iicksq Additionm Mfoumi- Collmmiitte, seho shahl Ibord office, for D,,0 tc lile 1 944,
Mro.ndasy., Tyo.H arv h l cal5hnol and early inlife en- ness or industry, you are urged to cello. twi years. ateId 1Ji- 1st. las of November,
fromwrite the Social Security Board and Name in which assessed: & Aneki The candidates f Uine
ed M nday, eaccm p a g Mter e t e i s s on. ilereil provided for, In Miami Mrs4 Hamilton
Hugesan thirsmll auhtrestablished the store on tihe cotrner All Of said prollerty being is time Jority of time Notes cast for time sliid Cl 1 1)1 H. SAUJLS
Cotity of efferson, State of Florida. office shall be declared the Q.olminlle for Cle I eI Ciic t t Of Jefferson Patricia, home following a stay with now occupied by Sith' rcraN TC Unls such certincate or certificates timc said office. Couna ts Fio idir
hasshall le deemed according to A Gsa the t ,To defray te this ele- N No,,. 10 i24-Dc 1
hisopety described in such cerrilicate tioil every candidate for noMr.iJatiom him ~ -V inve Missip.a i iness grhe bnwoutiad Hnigootewse trespassing 0, 01-eTtificatessviil be sold to the highS- ito alny office herein provided for, shall No lee If vinii'eoon JoI' Taii' Deed
ti my lands two miles west ofthest bidder at tire court house door Oli fay to this Coirmttee at the time ot sI Bill No ISO-.
Staff Sergeant J. Berger Keen by Rainey's stockere time first Moimdy il the Ilolth of Did- f1li3mo qualification statalrdIt sime 1379 Noteho is hgs-I bs "Icelm that H. B.
(Too-Long to Monticello folks) is at in addition t the mercantile busi- embcloi hrb obddn oler. 19-14, wshiichm is time 4tlm day of of $5.99 dollars except caddtsfor Rtlie lime Isoldel of the following
andceemier, 1944. the offwere 01 Couil. seho sIi pay Hogsi t-a as slold said certificates
o tDated this 1st day of November, time sum of swt.00. for a tax fed to lie issued tereon,
months overseas in the American and was very successful in this n- Dec. 1 1944. 1-s-ey caldidatt for nomination of The certifiate .tmiers and yin--ar of
CetIRCUIT COURT SEAL) hierll office hesi, .00o140ed for, sIali ti, desciiion of te propM iCLYDE H. SAUS Jie a tatiiclnt in sen tilm,-silcned erie, ailthe iames in which it was
in Miami on board a huge Arnmy Rainey, entered the store as anl ent-I i (Is (if Cil-uit Court of JeffeIro Silh lis or hier signature, with time ssessefid arc ais follows'cow t ., l.oida. .O. .ittee 01 or before tls. .clck C tiicat No 11.1
TasotCommand plane, and was ployee and later became owner of AI U A No. 17. Nov-. 13-19-17-24-Dec L. 110011, NoveChller 18, 1944 before thie I am of Issorinc aul Gh 1942
soon en route to Monticello to visit the store, which now bears his name. toE 500
retiheMs.L en red from actv busnvlrined GIu u ARI)IANSHIP NOTICE 1 No OilCcar, vote or take prt IinS the Alta ilb Set.-, 0 Towssipil 2 North,
his~~~~~~~~~~~~ moter MsL.MKenMrSumiwh nee mardV U oceedlilgs of such, PIly a lection Rliimee 3 Last
sm-IsI o is'liot unlder ime Odilla1CC of ithe N.ammme ill 'ist tiassessed: ltahiey
-V-reird ro atie usnes botNotice is limeleby given that 1, Gtlssi, TI'ei of M1onticello, Florida, a aseful i-l (01
Mr. hisin amltnrecently twenty-five years ago. For the past or Bronchial Irritation Due To Colds WAirick, as Guldianl of the persons of eletor tild tithmorizedl to v-ole im the, \il of Foid 11015(1t, being- in (lie
five yearsin heHadmhsiomtwthMr Here's good news for the people l-Ji,,rlnetlm Wirick. Mlary Wirik andh Annual ftiOitisi Eleion. minor dJoes Ciuncts of effilion Isuite of lor.ida.
had two of her seven service sons at fieyash aehs]oi ihM.of the U. S. A. Canada's greatest Dois Wi-rch, oll minors, swill on (ilie not inltend to seliport time noimmiees of Cimle-.ss sail, c'-rtllmcate or Certificates
home with her for a visit. Sergeant and Mrs. L. R. Rainey. cough medicine Is now being made timl Of Decembler, 1944t, at the hour Of the Demolcratic Party ill this Prilnarv, shlt tie Jl eecend aiccordinig to lmiw the
H. Hmilon pen thee eek Snce190 heIra benamemer ad sold right here, and If You 1i:0 o'clock in thle forenoom, 01' as at the ensuing Annual Mlunicipal Eoec- 1)11,L clt eseriaed -it iei certificate H. B Hailto spnt treeweek Sice 107 e ha ben a embr Ihave any doubt about what to take soon thereafter as I may be heard, tion, nor has not actually resitded syitim- tm bmtfaiiSilte sold to the highhere with his mother, and has report- of the First Baptist Church of Monti- this winter for the common cough imakec applications to the -Counsty Juldge in thre corolloate limits of time Trosei of est 1,idel Lit tbe coritl iiucedoo on or bronchial Irritation get a bottle of Jeffersoln Cotunty, Florida, at his of- Monticello, Florida, ait least six mnth tile fist 'ihcd-sv ino tile IsionthLito Dc,ed to the Reristribution center at cello and has been active and gen- of Buickley's CANADIOL Mixture. fire fin thle city of Monticello. Florida, immediately prior to said Pri .Lialy eote-cl 19L44 ismici is ime 4th, day, of
Miami Beach. During his visit Ser- eI'ous in his support of his church. You won't be dlsaappinted-It3S for au1timority to sell ttt ivate sale, Electionm. Dee embel, 1941.
different from anything else YOU tihe ltire, uindisvided interest of the- The registi-aioli books of tihe Tosm-im listed the, tt las of Novonber. geant C. L. Hamilton came down Funera, services were rconuted ever used-one little sip and you said inorias, in and to, the following of Monticello, Floi'ida. shall be oeselid 19-44. from Robins Field, Ga., for a week Thursday Lifterrisoon in the First Bap- get instant action. Only 45c at I-cal estate!, sritoate and being in Jef- from November 4th 1944 to Nos--embe (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) all good druggists. ferslon County, Flforida-to-Nvit. 24th 1944, both days inclusive. C'~LDE, H. SAUTLS
edvstInMiami Mrs. Hamilton tist Church by Rev. Hf. 0. Hughes, Time West HTalf of time Southmwest This Committee shall compile the Clerk of Citcult Cort of tJeffersonl
endviit.InSIMMONS CITY DRUG STORE Quater, (WI2 of SW'4) and Wes-t Half eI'euts of said Primary Electionlias Cocumty, Foia
expctsto isi aothr sn, gt.Q.pastor ofsithed Montiello MethodPitr HEAD'S CASH DRUG STORE fo tIme Southeast later of ttme South- shown by the returns of'the Inspctors,N oIt1. Neiv. ll-11-17-24-Dec. 1
D. Hamilton. pastor o5 theMontice Mtod
o Church. Interment was in Roseland1hgs. .1.
Apprentice Seaman Jack Summitt Cemetery, with Wilkins Funeral
has returned to Atlanta, Ga., where He pal barere Sf D Claonfrke
he is a Navy V-12 student at Georgia T. B, Bird Joe M Cart, E. S. Blar
Tech, after a week's visit here with The.p. C
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sum- 4.
mittnoug ina l aboutr twoin minte the
Harry Brown, Jr., seaman 1st class, 'ITiTAIL (eROCERS. If' (oil isIolesale grocer cai stily yu sith
U. S. Navy, is reported as much imi- soaps. Leiniig pbolede, 1and Imop
proved following an illness at the heef.r silter for Our mice list,
Naval hospital in Norfolk. Mr. and GENERAL PRODUCTS CO.
Mrs. Harry Brown, Sr., who visited Mothltrie, Gergia
him there, report that he will soonm
be abletoreturnodmit LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE ack
Staff Sergeant John A. (Jake) All- BRING YOUR HOGS cud' epmn hnstees hnfal
home toe hms newspaper.al o euat lcti erieaor ae uw togtohn
man, stationed with the 2rd Air Force AND CATTLE TOthteprtrinecdifrnpatote wulevrbbter.,hto.okwathy
in England is fortunate enough to berergrtrsmepnmybbeo emnanampann! Iwilewndfutohvoe
able to visit with his brother, Pfc. MONTICELLO STOCK YARD ohr thge eprtrs fte htl hytiko rx?
Cecil H AlliRTan. Recently the two
boys enjoyed an interesting tour of Auction every Mlonday, and get
Oxford together. Pc. Cecil Alman, he r e
who is recuperating now in an army strts 21st i sn Monti GIoc
hospital in England from wounds received in the European theatre of as s .
war is recovering nicely and writes
he hopes soon to be home. He sufferMW- hFrom where I sit 4Joe Marsh I O I A6Recipe for a
Read the other day about a G.I. and remember! The backyard overseas who received an install- baseball games . the fishing meant notice from the income tax trips . the picnics with the collector. He wrote back: "Over chicken sandwiches and ice cold
here, even a letter from you is beer.
byw Raiey' store.
From where I sit, the least we usiA gag, of course-but with an can do Is write those V-Mail Ilet
overtone of truth about it. More ters ofrten-let our men know than anything else, the men like that those little things they miss getting letters fro home. More so much -from thetbaor games to
than anything else, our V-Mail the beer-are sti here, waiting Yr Electric Servm on o
letters can help to keep up their for them till they come back
morale, home. na
What to write about? That'sabu
the easiest thing of all. For it'spa
the little things they dream of md h o
No. 102 of a Series Copyright, 1944, Brewing Indurey Foundationcted
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1944.' THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FIVE
BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET Epps Bass to William Ellison Thomp- in the spring. Now is the time to
____son, Jr., the marriage to take place plan. TT H
The Womans Baptist Missionary in the Christ Episcopal Church, Bra- After the meeting, the members
Society met Monday night with the denton, on Saturday, November 18. enpoyed a social hour. The hostess, Mrs. Charles M. McClellan, Jr., and
Social A activities following reports, Circle 1, 13 pres- Mrs. Bass, as Miss Edith Epps, Mrs. Oder, assisted by Mrs. Nelson, daughter, Kathleen, of Trinidad are
ent; 2, 14 present; 3, 12 present; 4, spent her girlhood days in Monticello served delicious pumpkin pie and visiting her sister, Mrs. Elmer Foster 10 en; 5, 15 11e meet.on the family has many friends coffe to Mrs. Ella M. Loeh, Miss of South Jacksonville. Mrs. McClelTh apit .U. will meet on here. Isabel Thurshy, Mrs W. C. Campbell, lan, Mrs. Foster and Kathleen spent
as Conniff of Aucilla spent Mrs. Jim Duncan and small daughe- Monday November 13 at the church Mrs. Pearl Carroll, Mrs. J. B. Cook- the week end there with their parents
lay in Monticello. er, Beverly Ann, are visiting Mrs. at 4 o'clock. WILFORD-THIGPEN sey, Mrs. Gladys Walker, Mrs. G. W Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. McClellan.
Duncan's mother, Mrs. Charles Clark. McDaniel, Mrs. Rosa Bishop, Mrs. Miss Phy Thomson of Florida State
H. Groom of Lloyd was here on WESLEYAN GUILD MEETING Miss Helen Marie Thigpen, daugh- Annie Georges, Urs. Robert Jones, College spent a couple of days here
ess the first of the week. Miss Dorothy Stalvey of Valdosta, ter of Mr. Ind Mrs. W. T. Thigpen, Mrs. J. R. Dixon, Mrs. Lois Stevens, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
- Ga., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed The Wesleyan Guild Missionary of Monticello, became the brie of Mrs. Bessie Hornsby, Mrs. C. B. Jones, Thomson.
RRidgeway has returned from Meadows in the Rainey Apartment Society met with Miss Audrey God- David Wilford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Linder, Mrs. Ada C. Mills, Mrs.
ness trip to Atlanta, Ga. on Cherry street. win Monday night. J. W .Wilford, of Monticello Sunday Bessie Shealey, Mrs. Willie Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Council Wooten and
Plans for the annual turkey supper evening, November 5th. The care- Mrs. W. D. Sawyer, Mrs. P. G| Rob- small son of Tallahassee spent SunG. W. Ward is visiting her Mrs. Alice K. Weaver of Live Oak on November 14, were discussed, and mony was performed by the Rev. erts, Mrs. V. K. Watson, Mrs. David Mis frien d s atendart Landon, in Pensacola. is spending three weeks here with her members were given tickets to sell. David Simmons, pastor of the Cal- R. Walker and Mrs. Voncile Terrell. ing Flo yd, who Woen
son, Donald Sexton, who is on leave After the business Miss Catherine vary Baptist Church at his home. mgForiaSateColeg rWomen
H. Armstrong of Lloyd was a from the U. S. Navy. Stimson gave a very interesting Present at the ceremony were the at Tallahassee, spent Sunday with her
bu ness visitor in Monticello Satur- Bible reading. bride's mother, Mrs. W. T. Thigpen, WAUKEENAH CLUB MET AT parents here.
da Mrs. Christine Hamilton is visit- Refreshments were served and the the groom's mother, Mrs. J. W. Wil- HOME OF MRS. B. B. HALE
ingd her brother, Dr. George Q. Hol- meeting adjourned. ford, Mrs. Jack Fuquay, Mrs. W. C. The Waukeenah Home Demonstra- About 30 percent of the cattle hides
r. and Mrs. W. F. Hankins spent land in Miami. She accompanied Clark, Miss Margery Clark, Mrs. Tom tion Club met November 3rd at the sold in the United States from Decseveral days last week in Pensacola her son, Sgt. H. B. Hamilton, to Mi- ROOK CLUB MET AT HOME 'Jones, Mrs. W. H. Wood, Miss Vir- home of Mrs. B. B. Hale for the regu- ember to April are damaged by cattle
an Chipley. iami following his furlough at home. OF MRS RIDGEWAY, WED. ginia Fuquay and Brinson Philmon' lar monthly meeting. grubs to the extent that they have
Another son, Sgt. Q. D. Hamilton all of Monticello, and Mrs. Wesleyorder be de-graded.
Hlardie Kinsey was among the Au- will visit his mother in Miami. Mrs. R. A. Ridgeway entertained G. Wood, of St. Marks. bThe president, Mrs. D. L. Monroe,
c visitors transacting business members of the rook club Wednesday e Aeception supper, later in the wo songs were sung; there was
h Saturday. Miss Rebecca Bailey, Miss Jean afternoon in her home on East Wash_ evening, was given by the bride's SW. W.
Maynard and Miss Mary Kilpatrick ington street. Chrysanthemums, roses parents, Mr .and Mrs. W. T. Thigpen' Summerford and prayer by Mrs. J. liss Sallie Puleston returned Tues- of Jacksonville spent last week end and bitter-sweet were used to deco- at their home north of Monticello. A. Boyd.
da from Thomasville, Ga., where here, coming for the celeration of rate the rooms where the guests were The record book was discussed and
she, visited Miss Harriett Brandon. Homecoming Day at Monticello High entertained. HEALTH WORKERS HERE a record book committee was apSchool. They attended the Madi- Following the games Mrs. G. R. FOR NURSING CONFERENCE pointed: Mrs. D. L. Monroe, Jr., Mrs.
J. C. Robertson of Madison, N. C., son-Monticello football game Fri- Foster was awarded first prize, Mrs. Lovel Buzbee, Mrs. R. L. Hightower
is the guest of his brother-in-law day evening. W. I. Phelps low and Mrs. DeWitt Dr. Lucile Marsh, director of the are members of the committee.
apd sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Wat- Kuder received the floating prize. bureau of child hygiene, and Miss A report on the county council
sMrs. Lyle Kerr with her infant Two tables of players enjoyed the Jule Graves, R. N., of the state board meeting was given by Miss Dorothy
daughter, Sandra Ann returned Sat- afternoon with the hostess, of health headquarters in Jackson- Colson. The program was made and
Mrs. H. L. Sattler returned Mon- urday from Finney General Hospit- ville and Miss Ruth Doran, of the the hostesses selected through the Technicolor
day afternoon from Tallahassee after al, Thomasville, Ga. CHURCH OF CHRIST children's bureau in Washington, month of February.
spending the week end with Mr. and Meets at Womans Club were in Monticello Wednesday. They ThL meeting was then turned over
Mrs. J. W. Harrell. Mrs. S. D. Clarke, Mrs. E. W. Car- conferred with Dr. F. A. Brink, di- to Mrs. Maurice Loeb, county home
ter, Mrs. H. L. Sattler, Mrs. D. W. Bible School, 11 A. M. rector of the Jefferson county health demonstration agent, who discussed Coming to
Pfc. Charles Slocumb has returned Hadsell, Mrs. Hugh Fraser and the Evening Worship, 7:30 P. M. department relative to the U. S. cad- the various ways of making useful
to Fort Monmouth, N. J., after spend- Rev. E. L. Baxter attended the fall Wednesday Prayer Service, 8 P.M. et nurse program and to the training Christmas gifts. ing a ten day leave with his mother, district meeting of the Womans You are cordially invited to attend of midwives. Afterward the hostess served a
Mrs. A. N, Slocumb. Auxiliary of the Episcopal Church these services. --- salad, cake and coffee to Mrs. Lovell
held Wednesday in Madison. MISS THURSBY TALKS ON Buzbee, Mrs. Frank Colson, Miss Dor- T
Miss Mary Nell Pinhoister, a EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY FR I TRthy COLA ON M s o n Bz, MrsD. MorcoebJ, THEATRE
student at the Florida State College Miss Susetta Adams left Wednes- FRUIT TREES TO LAMONT hy nsouz s.LMao oeJr
for Women, was the week end guest day for Hollywood where she will Rev. E. L. Baxter, rector. DEMONSTRATION CLUB Mrs. J.aA' Boyd, Mrs. W. W. Sumof Miss Catherine Stimson, take a course of instruction with the -merfordi, Mrs. Daphne Webber, Mrs.
Western Union Telegraph company. There will be a meeting of the The regular monthly meeting of the R. L. Hightower, Mrs. Joel Groom, Soon
Mrs. Tom Bishop returned home Womans Auxiliary at 4 o'clock Mon- Lamont Home Demonstration club Mrs. Ralph Groom, Mrs. Charles Mcrecently from Jacksonville where Mrs. Alfred Foster is visiting her day, November 6, at the home of Mrs. was held in the home of Mrs. Grady Clellan, Tracy %and Virgie Mae Buz Phe spent several days with her sister, uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lena Clements. Oder, the new president presiding. bee, Barbara Ann and Gloria Monroe.
Mrs. J. T. Vinzant. Owens in Birmingham, Ala. On The meeting of the Third District, The following committee chairlast Saturday she attended the men were appointed for the year: the
AMM 3/c Norma Adams, WAVE, Georgia-Alabama football game. Madison, Wednesday, November 8 council book, Mrs. Robert Jones, dress
returned Tuesday to Pensacola after and all who can do so are urged to review, Mrs. J. B. Coosey Flower ALWAYSspending two weeks here with her Mrs. Emma Lou Brown and Mrs. plan to attend the district meeting. Show, Mrs. Willie Walker. A Full Measure of Value
parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Adams. Lily Bryan of Tallahassee and Mr. The council delegate, Mrs. G. W.
and Mrs. G. W. McDaniels and Mrs. SEARCY-McKEE McDaniel, gave a good report from AT BRASWELL'S
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mays and Emma Walker of Lamont attended 'the October council meeting.
children, Elizabeth and Parkhill of a meeting of the Order of the East- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Searcy of Tal- The club was honored with a visit SEE US FOR YOUR WINTER NEEDS
Miccosukee, were visitors here Sun- ern Star held here Tuesday night. lahassee, formerly of Monticello, an- by Miss Isabel Thursby, from the BLANKETS-All wool or part wool-Warm and Pretty-priced right
day. nounce the engagement and ap- state extension office.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bellenger, preaching marriage of thnr daughter, After a brief business meeting, JA ES-eather an xthres
Mrs. A. N. Turnbull, Mrs. Kath- Mrs. T. T. Turnbull, Miss Bunny Doris Hoyt, Lieutenant Army Air Miss Thurshy had charge of the
erine Turnbull and Miss Carolyn Fin- Turnbull, Miss Mary McDonald and Corps, to Archie Glenn Mc Kee, Liut- program. She gave aon instructive MIEN'S UNDERWEAR-Long and heavy Wight
layson of Tallahassee spent Saturday W. P. Jernigan were among the Tal- enant U. S. Army. The wedding will and interesting talk on fruit trees PAJAMAS-Fleecy and Warm
afternoon hero with friends. lahassee residents who came to Men- be an event of November 25th and and the need for fruit in the diet. FLANNEL SHIRTS-All Sizes
ticello Tuesday to cast their ballots will be solemnized at The First BaP- She asked that each member plant Mrs. William Ward has returned in the general election. twist Church, Tallahassee. some kind of fruit tree suitable to COATS-Long or Jacket Styles
from Chattanooga where she visited Both Lieutenant Searcy and Lirt- this section of the state. There was LADIES' SKIRTS-Small or Large Sizes
relatives and friends for several Capt. John Watson, of Oklahoma eniant McKee are stationed at Camp !quite a bit of interest shown among SWEATERS-Good Values
weeks. City, was the recent guest of his Blanding. the club members. Mrs. J. B. Cook- HOSE-Dovedown and Durham
friend E. T. Ridgeway, in Monticello. besev was appointed to keep the list GOOD SCHOOL SHOES FOR CHILDREN
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Dana of Captain Watson, who has served BASS-THOMPSON Iof those who want fruit trees or WOOLENS, OUTING II OTHER PIECE GOODS
Tallahassee spent Sunday here With overseas for 23 months was en route 'grape vines; the variety and number
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. from the rest center in Miami to a Monticello friends of Mr. and Mrs.lof each. Members plan to pool their WORK CLOTHING A SPECIALTY
J. Hamrick. new assignment in Texas. Haskell Harris Bass, of Bradenton orders, and any who want trees are
Mrs J Gibet o Bthe cmmui- Mr. W W Baset, r. an Ms.have received invitations to the mar-'asked to notify Mrs. Cookscy 'right TB. R Ai 'a W E~ L U WIVHERE IT COSTS LESS"
frs Tuesaere wth m.JHA Mrsh of For, a re rage of their daughter, Miss Edith away, as fruit trees may be scarceshevisited
Gilbert and Miss Nettle 'Smith in IMvisiting in the home of Mr cand Mrs their home on North JeffIerson street. pW. W. Basset Sr. Their husbands
iare both serving in the army in the
Miss Nana Colby left Tuesday fora European theatre, Major W. W. Basher home in Waterloo, Iowa, after sett, Jr., is in Germany and Major Al
spending several days here, as teMarshall is in France. H va C k "=h y a e
Shaketa eac "Coe ln = hyIa e
guest of Miss Mary Bowen andBa
Helen Bowen. Corporal James R. Davis, who is
___________ stationed at Walker Field, Hays, "fI'"H\~5 IlI''V'~~fI '' y" //~~~~
Miss Josephine Pate, stewardess w Kansas, and Mrs. Davis arrived Wed-a
with the Delta Air Lines, has r e- nesday for a few days visit with the i M 'Ij41Tyt'
JACKETS-Leather and otherStyle
turned to Atlanta, Ga., after a week form s Ug a
end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Pate, in their -PL
thishome on Pearl street. They were was LD S SIT ma or rg iz
__________en route to Quitman, Ga., the former iXXt 11__ _________________The Misses Julia and Beverly Par- hoiCae of Corporal Davis. eadqf how imn'SETR-ooiaus
terson left Thursday for Atlanta, --,~'\ /
Ga., where they will visit their C sister, METHODIST CLASSES o ltm .o-w
Mrs. E. H. Hampton. They will at- ENJOY WEINER ROAST
tend the Georgia Tech-Tulane ft- WatsonVwho has served
ball game Saturday. Mrs. Arthur Phillips, Mrs. L. A.
Dep and Mrs. Pat Millinor entertainMr. and Mrs. William Alexander ad the junior and intermediate classand children, Alex and Bailey, spett ofas of the Methodist Sunday School
t'Wednesday here with Mrs. Alexand- with a l enjoyable Weiner roast. Friar's parents, Senator and Mrs. S. D. day evening in the back garden of0 Clarke and other relatives. m the home of Mrs. Phillips .n Doweed street. Roasted weiners, cola
BAS-T OM SO oflt thos who wantlat frittreso
Mrs. A. Davis, who has been visit- Iiw ol n otcooaewr
ing her brother and sister-in-law, Mriserved. a
and rs.W. M Kesey etnned Following supper many outdoor
Wednesday to Pensacola. She Was games were played on the lawn. Ir
accompanied home by Mofs. KerseB About twenty young people ewjnyed e
for a visit, the evening with the hostesses.
/WORIcess CLOTHIeauNy SSPE
hhm a or keeping up the good work
PERFECT GRM ING sFaster and faster the ships go down the ways in the wartime shipbuilding
program. From sunny California to the coast of Maine, workers have learned
for the approaching holidays Ithat the pause that refreshes helps everybody do more work and better work.
Have a "Coke" says a hard-working shipbuilder to his mates. It's a little minute
long enough for a big rest. Mi7ether in a shipyard or in your own living room,
hCoca-Cola stands for thepause that refreshes, -has become a symbol of friendly
ternIt's natural for popular names
OTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY to acquire friendly abbeviaMstions. That's why you hear
ten Phoe Geori TechENTulaneYfootPhone 57R BURLE E FINNE Prop.MON~TICELLO COCA-COLA ]BOTTLING COMPANY Cc oacle Ck"
Mr1944 The CMC C.
The Monticello New. Monticello. Fla. Friday. November 10, 1944
F 7~0d~There's Many a Way of Wearing Unit Shelves Easy
AThese Chi and Lovely Scarfs FoIo t u~
Looking atAHETHER you hav s
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1 eipertas needed and they mhome A D 5dleLNwho brought the home D :>ed from one place to an, aCamber.r i n u ec i your mood. mI ay
fostart a r n living room nd
mainly, however, it's the tale of one
star who had the courage to depart
from ingenue leadsi-ewho took a gv
"p"; chance at a mother role and then vit
found herself mothering two other
stars in real life as well.
they usull soft-n-tescn tryT
of Claudette Colbert, Jennifer Jones,
and Shirley Tep r
th e pie in "Since You
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J" MADE RIGID WITH NAILS AND MODEl GLUE
s kitchen. The units may be dividthem ed multiplied or used in various
ligheYou need no special i
sto b break s ab out ( ab out 1 p ouow s
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how well "Since These well proportioned elves
nt Away" were designed especially fcp amaismp doine bra crumbsr m it
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(See Recipes Below) Daiteonc ~ A cases and large diagrams With dil J sona
and giving him a of all the straight pieces. Also m Ony
Fieish~ R ~ Fodrssn trtdbietiforeechsepI heCn
Fish__ Foyns Chmes on-aig pa on the back 171 piete list of materials required and lbisE rtrtiction fa re s Tg th paer
red point problems won't Menu picture, but for as rfeso'enclose 15 cents with name and address
m msp y themselves. Thee taking my advice onion d e if an send dit To
~ leasoon chope sweet pickleto
Ihome- and Casting Clau Jennifer Jones ever, has milady's
inualter who makes a hobby of work- *Baked Haddock with Dressing dette as mother, scarf maesc e-~' efRH NewT1 YERk
Chpe Spiap mayonnaisee ucha en
pto suit her C Ed Spinaih It all started one day while David sationao tarragon vie gark
at mayer beesdbsu te for e was scouting around for a top star fasion word as nw Drawer 10
-imarelr needs.nan Oios
WYt'e discovered lots of delicious Baked Potatoes tosio playd the heoneootehoefrn Send 15 cents for Patten No. 270.
ANr sCicearrod Saadoninuegnnsa-motherTheonewlscarfsiaremt
1ic food rationing bgn and ves Name.
ue De least of those is fish. It's Stewed Dried Apricots "Why don't you get Claudette Cob- fcoenythri l and ve
wriat inexpensive food and gives Cookies Beverage bert for it?" I asked. ty l yo te f w th u
ofpoen iais *Rcp ie h oln' osn, eCn.when once you start buying, to keep Pattenn navrtbemde f Ades.
e: alh r I I G "Se we on and on until you have assembled delectable tones and tints. You'll
75 may be purchased whole or quite a collection. Right you are, love this scarf with its glitter-glam-=At o~ r steaks. Scales may be Arrange fillets in shallow, greased Subtle, Wot? fwith keep pace with fashion this or and its gaiety.
____left on when the baking dish. Sprinkle with salt and "Let me run a little yarn that falyou might as well plan to wear Now that we have told you such
ih scokd o pepper. Saute on- you want her for it and we'll get a scarf with most every one of your sarkling news in regard to the new A i n i e to
ggsh is cupke fooke shimTwt
toft gently in but- her reaction," I said, costumes. oblong scarfs, let's turn our atten- Reievedgingmines or double neyback
isstgsTo1rcppl ion s int h ag hnecs tmc cdcue anu.eifc
cookingiten until tender ng a eD. 0. S. agreed. Hwvr as chm stunning adde:print lngga, surhAdheartburdocto usu
an eone f en in the 1oi cup sur which are so otai in e th U
poeshoonsNext day I came out witn a story. te new scas are in themselves, qdoublewhich money back onturnobt
proap on m ce ss T h cup groundin i
mehod usullyTurn out on fish, __ At 8:30 a. mn. sharp Claudette had they tell but half the story. The the new collections. Whoevr hart. Bolxaiel.e- brings comfort ins
abeposmnehds pasly spikeWoee er yo obefu ooyb nrno.
me on the phone. She wanted to of a blouse made of a map of the ps. eic ato a druista.
emplyed or r b and top know where in the devil I had got- tricky ways there are of waigPacific, depicting on a 35-inch ______________*Baked Haddoc with Dressing
arigfs ar wihten such an idea-what ever gave a scarf. Just look (to the rih square of silken sheen the North
the same as used int bacon. Bake Pacifch w
i' for meat broil- inahot oven (400 me the notion that she would con- the illustration) what one lacy, sheerPaican SotPcfcadth
mng, frying, bak- degrees) until fish Sider Playing the mother of a couple pure wool stole-scarf can do to the islands of importance in between. ~'ff/ ujWS/
lag and even is done, about 15 of girls that old? simple black dress, if you deftly tie To prove that is a reality and not WWWW4ft 0YV *'
Queellcokeiadnea minutes. Thea I went to work on her, it sash-like about the waist. TheamyhsefoyurlfttelftORFLSITSNL
~ ~~ ae Potatoeske ad ea
ad"David Sezick doesn't make any- turban is also made of a twin wool in the illustration just such a blouseMufin Tm lb or abe.awloead- Slo n eeals thing but good pictures, does he?" stole draped and wrapped with ut- made of a map-printed square ande n
~ ortbe(Serves 6)I 1 asked. most artistry. You can work out worn as here shown wit a patrician f l
Broiling Fish. 2 tablespoons diced onion "Well, no." fascinating color schemes in a scarf tailored suit. This color-bright Quick relief from disW'hssusing a whole fish for broil- 2 tablespoons butter "You don't expect to be an in- ensemble like this, for those wool. square is also just what you'll be tress of head colds is F F
L zstAean thoroughly, then wipe dry 2 cups cooked peas gene all your life, do you?" Stols which are "tops" in fashion shalloduse t
wrnke it sl ad eper I pound salmon, cooked or canned "Well, no." cm inlvyshdadar desoyorhcsw trdes. Va-tro-nol.Afewdrops Nose tops
bakge broiler pan with fat and adhe F
A"n oih n heated rack, about two 2 Cups diced, cooked potatoes "You're an actress, aren't you?" smart for dinner wear as well as for An even more exciting silken scarf irritation, relieve con- Rihe
22be Irain broiling unit. Broil un- Dash of pepper "I've been accused of it." about town and sport wear. to wear with your sport clothes is a gestion. Also helps pre. Treiblo Ist
vent many colds from IS 0c is well browned and flakes an CUP sour cream he left see a be- developing If used in
rd with a fork, It will take Cookoniover?" gulling sheerest of sheer wool oblong print delineates an inspiring figure time.Justtrya ktFollow
8nmIto12 minutes to broil the fish, butk nio rond Addtliuidr "All right, but Selznick hasn't scarf, arranged about the throat of La France surrounded by the directions in folder.
Acepigupon its size. bu o rweAdlqi rm asked me yet." with a touch that bespeaks an at- words. of that famous French nation- VI U VATRO-NOL
I 7=n are broiling fish fillets, cooked or canned peas and cook un- "He will," I replied. tractive accent to anY sport outfit. arioticemott ine aormoshoorful eyeaI~ast them first with melted fat and til reduced to V2 cup. Place pota- She was receptive and asked to A good-looking pin adds sparkle as caitcn ptterin.amsooruee
)moldtightly with flour to give toes in shallow baking dish, add peas see a script. Naturally, at that stage well as holding the scarf in place. catherg patelyienniewt.A EY U OVD
40m acrsp srfce ftr rolig.and sprinkle with pepper. Break of the game there was none. This scarf comes in ten beautiful prsnt-datey eve i aliin g ihAR O OV EWORKIED
M a cripydurfce fter ring. salmon into large pieces and arrange Claudette called me. "I've never jewel colors, sqresarf whichs is amu TtrikinglAW
(Serves H dcwhDs on top of vegetables. Combine taken or accepted a part without What could be more attractive for builins in Roe, t grou
b(l S eves ch p e ono reduced liquid mixree thbl s ourd ai n g su t hbe scfir st Whae?"i sm art restaurant wear and other tered within a sm all map indicating Are yo u working too hard for your ~I~ ste ks abou oun s cr a e a n pou overav t be a n d is't sitbe5o0m ? gala occasions than a sequin-embro- that "all roads lead to Rome" age? Then VITA-BERLES may be
hbls~pn chopped oonihae namdr~ vn(5 "Listen, Claudette," I said. "This dered oblong print scarf, which as As to the little sketches in the the pep tonic you need. VITASeegrees) untilRESconai aspciafishna
tablespoons mushroom degrees) 40 minutes until vegetables is going to be a big picture. Sl-you wil observe (in oval to right background of the illustration they tionE ofIontIoine alciuand igh
9hpe ase have absorbed most of the liquid, nick doesn't make failures.' He drapes easily as a turban. This ob- show a new tassel scarf which is a potency (1500 USIP Units per day)
3 zxm atFish Fritters, can't afford to make anything but long scarf also sounds a high-fashion three-way type that can be worn as vitamin B-1. For men and women
U ssspoory, pepper (evsa success-and to do that it's got to note worn ascot fashion, for as you a turban, a scarf or a sash. This over 40, deficient in these vital ele'aSlbepon water (Sre )be just right for you as well as' may know scarf-swathed necklines scr see oatatv ihtements, VITA-BERLES may be the
zips fine bread crumb 1 pound small theh otes"aecrsciatiral Tepit fal sor st andtsacks, ih h secret to building up pep, punch and
isish vitality for a happier, healthier noFTh! steaks in shallow, buttered 3 eggs, separated Claudette agreed, and the deal was is done in a multi-color English floral Rleleased Dy Western Newspaper Union, mantle life. Liberal supply in K.o
akKdish. Sprinkle with salt and 3 tablespoons flour set. _______________________________ box. Demand VITA-BERLES at your
Saute onion and m ush roomsb ld V a druggist or send $1.00 direct.
3it eute or mintes Ad al 1/ taspoon butter IthePrbmVTABRE SLSCO
Inormshein iore5dints. Srad allr JA teaspoon pieppe rli From the first Jennifer was wor- Sheer LaeAllure P alChokers a d2175 Station H Cleveland, Ohio.
-MA gt inredetSpea over I tbespoon minced gari] ried. She didn't feel she *ras Shell Combs in -ou
~ Ene i a odeate venfor 1 tblesoonmined arsey photographing quite as well as sheVou
amer raisaue.Sevpliorwt might in certain scenes. . . Along with the return of many To relieve distress of MONTHL
Strips of bacon may Cook fish, remove skin and bones;
:,e Plazel on top of dressing before ms Bet egg yolks light and Selznick went to Claudette with the fasio picur .te.alyVe
Adti~_________ hik then add his problem, and Claudette took tefsinpcuenthea lot eale
thck cups. diced, cookd poatoe
Tartar Sauce for Fish remaining ingre- ovrtemte en real life as torian days comes now a revivalo
It. ~ as ofe pepperrrensi .
~ dints Fod i wel a onthescrentortoise shell combs for hair (Also Fine Stomiachic Tonic)
'ZtnPocrns chopped sweet pickle whites of eggs "You're a great actress, Jenni- cpsund is famou to relieve periodic
AC chopped green olives which have been fer," Claudette to going to wear handsome pearl and Accompanying nervous.
butchokers again, just as they did in wk, ired-out feelings-when due stiflybeaenyoure oin t begreter Wh.do.t. days of yore. So now choose your to functional monthly disturbances,
I lablziloon minced ars Drop by spoonfuls you just concentrate on doing a good Tae reual-ika4 oe
tortoise shell hand-carved comb pound helps bud up resistance
mincedmaparsley into hot fat and job and let the cameraman take an be th fis to flun it before. against such annoying symptoms
2t oss aae Pinkham's compound is made
andr unt bow c oh admiring friends. You can get the especially loB reaek-if lps ste.
rai first five ingredients and ee Jennifer did just that
ontis topl of vegtabes Combinee dretin
SMi bnto mayonnaise. Add vinegar, catchup, tartar Then we have the case of Claud. combs, if you like. You may be fortu- t ulPio ae ietos
Mass, hlibut, perch, pickerel, pike sauce, or egg sauce. ette's other "daughter" Shirley naeVadhaeonEuceTwaAnBYIALEPNHA'
ire ti x may be substituted for the Scallops are another excellent fish Temple. your treasure chest. The smaller
&%ddock i the above recipe, to serve when you want somehn Here was a girl who had been No. sizes Shown in the stores are prettily _______________Wa~~~kerelcea andh pourn over vegn.etles and r ras
different for a meal. They lack fishy of her previous pict -encrusted or take on decorahServes 4) taste and smell and are bonelies No. 1 at the box office. In this one ueidl
)1~uzd'iltof mackerel and easy to fix: she had to share that billing with six hps arwel monted wit sequin-coy
I a n d p e p p e r o th e r p e rfo rm e rs e re b utte rfli e a d low ers.is F
(rcseres 4)Salps o o eiv
1 poundt sm all fishrli
Dumnp sliced onions Frcse fSalp.Shirley did a sweet job ofajs. n ob an ne wxerienc ftsor
3n eggs separated
tablespoons butter louring herself to this new condition. emuer ing h
emp fle, soft bread crumbs 2 pounds scallops But the mothering she received on In ti u toa buttheno Bron
Sffices crisp, broiled bacon 2 tablespoons butter the set from Claudette had a lot to dncrine thssao' nng aottetrabtten -B o c hit is
1 onion, sliced do with making Shirley a better and dne gowns designers are fashionable pearl chonkers and fancy Creomaulsion relieves promptly beI talespon fouractress. playing up the allure of sheerest of velvet ribbon dog-collars demand cause it goes right to the seat of the
1 bso Slour sheer black lace. This very attrac- just that. trouble to helt s loosen and expel
Cook SAY Ctuet Cbrt sennifer Jone drseosrtshwifr germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
and Shirley Temple make a fine trio to oothe and heal raw, tender, InIrIA Sauces: For white sauce 1 tablespoon minced parsley on the screen. You get a feeling that estingly exquisite black lace is be. Ermine on Black Suits flamed bronchial mucous memv=12iatins, you'll enjoy the follow- Salt and pepper there is real unity in the Hilton ing used for high-style dinner owns. The little black suit with ermine branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
lAng' Add I tablespoon chopped 1 egg yolk hoe h ido nt h osIn this instance the sheer top which accents is making its appearance at eantteyou romulst lie the way i
thick, then addo nt h oy esad o ms ietewyI
liaflts to 1 cup medium white 1 teaspoon lemon juice overseas want to come home to. is such an outstanding feature in fashionable gatherings. The ermine quickly allays the cough or you are
m or a n pound sliced, * smart styling is fashioned in a most is used discreetly and effectively- to have your money back.
almonds toasted with Simmer scallops 5 to 6 minutes. beguiling manner. The sprightly lace perhaps to cuff an off-the-face hat, CRFL
2 coped ar-cooked Melt butter, add onion and cook about Sol Has Right Idea peplum is lined with horsehair to a orspnig oesone i 0MUL IO N
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ hc hav been ad orsonignt suddi
~ icup cooked shrimp with 3 minutes. Stir in flour until well Sol Lesser is signing up Agnes De make it ripple, wide ermine cuffs on the sleeves. for Courhs. Chest Colds. Bronchitis
~1A bardcooked egg; or % cup blended, add stock and cook until Mille for his next, "Crazy to Dance" very youthful black suit has a collar
.&rated Cheese. mixture thickens. Add parsley, salt The story is woven about a couple Breast Pocket Monogram of snowy ermine finished off with q
]wead stuffings, Toy 1beie ained and peppaueraBealeggCyolk and ad of kids who start dancing in school A monogram medallion on the cluster of tiny ermine tails. ae ffolowig, : maybe/adde: to h sapn ue gaduall o faor and grow up to become as famous breast pocket of one's blazer is the Pive, sfuthed foll og 2 t oup mnuts he add sncalosan.e as Veloz and Yolanda. He's trying new rage among college girls. For Trimming Around Armhole eto get a big name for it, and has that matter monogrammed sweaters
ltsjpoons chopped green Pepper, Do you have recipes or entertaining sug9 already talked to several big band are setting a new fashion that has A this sason is aedressmaer
teasp on m ce; cupgrou d if r n for ahi meal.n They lac fishya er
% cuapoo mae ra cprround gestions which you'd like to puss on to leaders. . I'm happy to report developed into a tremendous vogue. touch of trimming around the arm. .
;C cup grated raw carrots; other readers? Send them to Miss Lynn that Martha Scott is achieving some- So get busy girls and embroider a
11ttablespoons minced parsley, 1/ Chambers, Western Newspaper Union, 210 thing like a personal triumph as a moormingyyrnohtw le with emboider ocras eadw r r Keih Btl oa
;ka~na saoryseaonig ad Souh espains Sree, Cicao 6 lii-comedienne (for a change) in "Sol. give your smart sweater a new look braid passementerie. Wt a od n ca
bespotim celery seed. nois. to
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The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. Friday. November 10. 1944
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Making That Ra
SP E. KY WATTS By BOODY ROGERS
'X I WON'T THROW I'VE TRIEP fL:L TRY, POC- LOOK OUT, ;E, SUT WEN '00
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v Mrs. TH' ANY MORE,SLAP GOOBER TO ME- FIRST ILL PON'T PAT AW, HIS TAIL
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I PRA --UT H5 TOO WITH HIM GOES TH' FENCE
TIRE N JLPING THROUGH TH' FENCE STUEORN EUY
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8YOU'D 1E SURP'INED WA (
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chet either of the beauties liskitured-inexpensive and easy luds
V TOm~oiROW GIOY ITTo D 'OOKIW WJOW AC71PLUKF Rich Corde bags crocheted immw
mom AV APAM I LKETO1-014 T s triangles. Pattern 936 contains dsreai HER CAR VO FOR A for purses; stitches; list o
ImwWINIOW5MAW'S EED TH15 ~Due to an unusually large deran an
current war cond itions, slightly these lilsm
R 13s required in filling orderf; for a boofl A the most popular pattern nundeezz
G Send your order to:
I ~ ~ .Sewing Circle Needlecraft Det.________564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 0,~ M,
L Enclose 16 cents for Patters
By' LEN _________KLEIS
REGULAR FELLERS-Just Like Noah By GENE BYRNES S A6
ACCODiN7 HEE. AIT ILLGliding Albatraw, ACCORDiN-' I .AI TTkI.
T'THIS ARTICLE. / E CiOT --'ADMIRAL ha
ONE MASCOT AIN'T OWE MISERABLE SEES HOW I'V AHOY AD! -he whole of the day withomt Aa ;a
ENOUGH ON A GOAT AN' W- HANDLED 404, SHIP! BOWOOYA ping its wings.
ATTLESIPTINK WE. OT MASCOT PRBLMSOMEI ENOUGH MASCOT, COME ON PORY
HAVEDOZNS' ~ POOE.! SNAPPY FACTS
Progress of our Pacifc twas- program and the, gymovintr
fleetT LP. m -l~ee ~ '"-possibilities of reastseaMW quick recapture of some'idi
POP- -Apparently Pop's Had His Shins Barked ByJ ILRW Teasi h o ial
__________________________have_ made men who kiar
-the rubber industry beg vua-I
W14Y DON~'T YOLI I 1'REFEfZ THEM WITH ca 1 7 PREVENT phcsize the need for swia
LIKE~ THAIS BPID46E -,A CPkOSS-BAP _3-J PPolicles to deal with th
KICKINOnomic and political problem, TA13LE L1NDEINFAT- O which the gradual rems of
9 natural rubber will raise'.
0 Mexico has its own way Of maeses-I Teg tires. Mexican motor+isaN /eG~4eK< '~.to keep their cars Idle one day a
-,' ____ week. Car owners select lhlk
____ ~'- ,.>'."oorless day" and then moest diplay on their windshields ao sr
faeleneeod by The Sull Syndicate o
IRAISING KANE-No Robot By FRANK WEBB
AV FRANCIS, HAVE TL' A /A M64N
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TH' A DMIRic.
-COM ON PORKY!/
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WITH COLD MISlfik
HERE'S FAST RELIEF
RELIEF ONE-Ease HeadcY.
RELIEF TWO- Reduce fever.
~ ~RELIEF THREE-Lessen body ilim
~ 1/ RELIEF FOUR-Ease stuffy OtSa.
LLL ~RELIEF FIVE-Reduce inusdcleik
IGrove's Cold Tablets get r10t Anva (l~v IIside to work internally on all those cello
PRIVATE G Vk
BUCK o 00S0O
BL LNDENTOWN EATHClyde Lewis
Roland Coe ~h S~~
.ByIS(TARHEUMAT /ONTRRAOCTCuIaON By FRAN WEB
j. Oa CAIIO: ISE 011.1 AS DIIECII5
"Hintiviei,~u PONrV/ es l
"Himmel, Sarchint-listening~~--11_1 to, doeColarsonr l "Oh, I don't get rich caddyin'; where I make my dough is ini the 11 II11(IISITMiett5
day is hafink un eff ect on me! Nein?" used golf ball business! c~LOI O.le AROWUt~
EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY,
PROPER MANAGEMENT to meet emergency needs, the soil standard of living.
J I AOF SOIL IS BASIC is in greater danger
L ____ than ever. Thus, for their own rotate his crops, use fertilizer ju,1% ME ~~~~~~~~~(By Spurds Johnson) ftr efr n o h uuedcosyacrigt h olsnes
TIH E J 0 N I The way to obtain maximum service welfare of the state and Nation, it is and do everything else that he can
fro mfarm machines, workstock, and more important than ever that farm- to keep his land fertile, for on that soil is to take care of them and handle ers make determined and continuous land and its condition depends his them properly, and the farmer who efrst eptersi etl n uuewlaeadteftr efr
SA rHIGH SCHOOL STUDNT is careless with them not only has productive. If they do not makeofthr
Tigers Vie With to replace them but HGVs EOsuch efforts, there will come a time
Tigers Vie With STAFF~GIVE DENTAL PRIORITY ulraenrpie otas produc- when their farms will not produce~ ah rn h ar
Editor-in-Chief -Ava Ruth Sawyer Icultural enterprise is not a rdc
Cross City Thursday Assistant Editoi-Beverly Patterson The State Board of Health's Den- tive and profitable as it would be crops economically enough to main
_Society Editor-Nell Whittle, Mary tal Bureau this week urged high otherwise. tam them and then will c mtOur__ TiesAnCak ueuti ek ugdhg tews-adalw SUNDAY & MONDAY-Nov. 12-1:1
Our Tigers smarting under the lash Ann Clarke school boys and girls to take advan- Of these three things, the soil is gages and other debts
of an undeserved beating at the hands tage of the dental priorities main- by far the most important and also M marine Raiders
of the Madison Yellow Jackets last py Shuman tained especially for them by the the most difficult to replace or, rath- HOSPITAL PLAN Pat O'Brien, Ruth Hussey
Friday will come on the field a deter- Class and Club Editor---Violet High- dentists of Florida. er re-build. If a farm machine breaks Robert Ryan
mined bunch this Thursday night tower Dr.nDthH.fTurneradirector ofrth down,0thedfarmer canoobtain part
when they meet a strong team from Tx-pists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- Dr. D. HI. Turner, director of the down tne fame canmu obai part day 5.00l-E L as daDfrAGHsptaNRo
Crossty mee arong t e IstsBeLee Bird, Virgini bureau explained that as a special for repairing it or a new one to reossCity eleven Intosh, Lorene Wood, Betty contribution to the war effort, den- place it in a comparatively short each year. i color
Lank conribtio to th ware effort denfrmra 10.00 on operating Room Charges. LATEST WAR NEWS
boas e fie fatcks which Laeintists in every locality are giving pri- time; if a mule dies, the farmer canLaboratory Charges.
will cause the Monticello forward Circulation Mgrs.-Robrt Lint ority ratings and special considera- usually find one to replace him; if
wallsometroytion to the dental nhis soil breaks down and loses itsM Due to the injury of Bill Anderson, Art Editor-Sue Hadsell tint h etlneeds of high v e E d P s
ueam cato injury od iglllnern, rt Editor-SueHall Pl. school students. Particularly is this fertility through improper manageGossip Editor-Emmala Pate, Willhe Marthant,'Dowever,,heoaasBeeryr mor
team captain and signal caller, Mr. deference recommended for individ- meant, however, he has a far more Hospital.
Hiema hacrus hadto trin a o t iGus Boland serious problem on his hands. 25.00 on X-rays (/ the cost).
new rLove-Lorn-Bettilee Brd n w be absorbed into the armed forces Fertile soil is the result of a long, 12.00 on Anesthetic Charges. IL N S R PARAD
Repo tertEl ano Fohsom Lorenepr g es i g r ce s o build: 5.00 on Physio-Therapy Treatm ents.
position. They have been progressingLen F or war industry. gradual process, a process of buildRR TN 1
nicely this week and will soon be HornerLorenReiching up fertility over a period of
dinel t wee si ad wl so e This is the second year that Flor- many years, and when mined year from home.
ga jo that a large rm- ida has cooperated in the American after year by crops which take much
Editorial Dental Association's National Physi- from it and return little to it, its
ber of students will be on hand for-'fo itadrtr litetitit FAIYGOP AT NESmn hn
her ofcstudentsdwillobehon handrfor cal Fitness Dental Program, thus of- fertility cannot be restored quickly.
the occasion and also that a larger What do you think of a person who fering a marked improvement in a Successful farmers know this, and Wi or Puone PSPININ THE y rN"
crowd of townfolf will attend as this Scesu amr nwtiadWieo hn SINN H A N
should really be one of the highlights is destructive of school property? A situation termed two years ago as they manage their soil accordingly, P Cartoon LATEST NEWS
o theeason ere. nex the person or student who maliciously "America's most critical health and roatiatgcec
of the season here. Next wee the abuses school property is certainly no personal efficiency problem." rotating, planting cover crops, and INSURANCE CORPORATION SATURDAY-Nov
ip asset to either a school or community. Posts and lumber which have been Rm. 4, Christie Hall Bldg.keepnitrp
the season to Jasper, where they wil 'il tr~bt estore it and keep it produc- P.nte 0.Boa12mhoea96
help to celebrate the Jasper Home- Right here in Monticello there are attacked by the power post beetle tive. T a Fr Rbr 18ge Dhana Bryoe
coming occasion, many examples of students' destroy- may be protected by painting them In times like these, when farmers
Ming occason. thing, stealing and abusing school prop- first with kerosene and later with a are called on to produce larger AD ESS-
Mr. Hileman has announced the erty. These people do anything from good heavy paint. crops than they have ever produced TOWN---------------------CRON B r I
for his improving Monticello Tigers: scratching and carving on desks to L. E. Hubert ayton 179 stealing plumbing equipment out of *_*_ __*_
L. T. Robert Green 179 the dressing rooms at the baseball .ggyg4 "AK, "W. ""W ".'A"
L. G. George Arrants 155 park. They tear up the football field
C. Eugene Blackmon 170 and baseball diamond by "bulldogR. G. William Bailey 145ging;" that is, riding all over the field THE LEGIONa
R. T. Tippy Shuman 168 in circles. Even the basketball court THE AM ERICAN LEGIO
R. E. Billy Floyd 190 has suffered from this means of of- S
Q. B. Sonny Noegel 165 tense. INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THEI
R. H. Clarence Walker 140 The walls in the high school L*ild- IO!
F. B. Henry Reams 155 ing should not be marked on, yet that
L. H. Luther Davis 160 is done. The building has been in
use for over one hundred years, and
GIGGLES has held up exceptionally well. This D E D ICA TI 0 N
building will probably belan use for 'A
many more years, so don't you think
DITTO it should be kept in good condition?
A first grade class was repeating of the Home-Cooked Food
nursery rhymes. They chanted What e M agaZineS
are little girls made of?-Sugar and Plate LPlates
spice and everything nice. That's
what little girls are made of. A The Junior Class of M.H.S. is sellweek later sugar rationing went in- ing magazines for the Curtis Publish- H O N O R R O LL Regular
to effect and little David wore a ing Company. They're selling almost worried frown. "Won't there be any any kind of magazine you want. The little girls now? he asked teacher. juniors will be around just any day w S
___now to sell you a few subscriptions. ON(h~ T l o nt ~M nS n w ch so l id
S A E otRemember that subscriptions i Of Jefferson County Service Men
make nice gifts for Christmas and O C
If you refuse me, I shall die. She the boys in service would enjoy them.
refused him-Fifty years later he Kill two birds with one stone-get 5:00 P. M. Armistice Day North Door Court House
died. some magazines for yourself and help
the Junior Class. .4
CORRECT __________ >W w * W A >W
Reporter: To what do you attri- _,,bute your great age? Gossip
Grandpa: To the fact that I
was born so long ago. Violet and Pete hear dem' Bells- C t
Hear dem' bells!! Yeah, we hear all
TRUE STORY about it, Vi!
A five year old found a gray hair
pin on the floor and brought it to his Virginia and Billy are still going
mother. She said it was Grandma's. "steady" --Billy says that's the way .-'.
He looked at it for a moment and he likes it!!
said. You don't mean that when
Grandma's hair turned gray her hair Ava Ruth gets just oodles of letpins turned gray, too? ters from "Chuck"-don't you gal ?! ?
NEW JOB Pauline are you still writing WilWhat became of your secretary? lam love notes? SET
asked Mr .Brown.
I married her and now she's my Society lottery in
Sparkling glass with drip. sotdbihtclr.Ad
treasurer.Masotdbi r. less top f bright red funny cheer to breakfast.
WOULDN'T YOU On Saturday afternoon Mary Ann Plastic.
Clarke entertained with a coca-cola
party for Isabelle Yeager from Taltic live on candles and blubber. iahassee. rerfectJyMitced
Mr. Smith: Well, I would blubber, too, if I had to eat candles. Miss Carolyn Patterson, a sophmore from F. S. C. W., was home for "4_4 Permanent
SOOTHING SALLY the week-end. r Anti-Freeze
Dear Soothin gSally M. H. S. is surely proud of all its
How can I be sure that Betty Ann former students who are rome on 2.65
L. loves me? ? ? She is always flirt- leave-Donald Sexton, Harrell Floyd. c Gal
ing with all the Junior boys such as Clemor Palmer, Bob Wilkins ant n
Hubert and Ronald. Maybe I might Jack Summitt the ite you' h t
even be losing her and that would
just break my heart. Please give me R
some advice. Tiger 0rdnvert in th Best!
Roaring Robert G.
Dear Roaring Robert, We They
Your friend sure does get around, Sept. 29 Perry 0 13
huh??? First one and then the Oct. 6 Jasper 0. O 0 T
"tother." I suggest you try the Oct. 13 Madison 0 0 CAP ES U.11
Ouija Board. Oct. 20 Pelham 27 7 -R'
Oct. 27 Leon B --- ----- 19 6 Capt vyr'e Hovol N4e. or c. ', superintends while cook's helper -,
Dear Soothing Sally, Nov. 3 Madison 12 7 Barbara of P- pours used fat into the used fat
This is really terrible!!! Betty Neal, Nov. 9 Cross City I I bucket" in" th WAC .". ;co- "* Fort Myer Va The Army knows that
the love of my life, just doesn't seem Nov. 17 Jasper in Jasper uat Jagt cn Pet -gain butomu o ntnuepea
to care for me or at any rate she Nov. 24 Perry Here quality Smart Cossack
won't go with me. I just can't figure Nov. 29 PeMham Here Newtyle. Range o f sizes for
her out. Do give me some advice on pm and older boy.
how I can win her affections. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCI
Love-Sick Loren R. Robert T. Wallace, Minister FIR. oolity at Low 1 The Power Pced
Dear Love-Sick Loren, MON41'R
That's just tough-But being as C S 1 30 A
Betty Neal is such a busy woman you Morning Worship, 11:30 A M
will just have to wait her turn!!! Pa- Young People's Meetings 6 P M. tience my good man-Patience. Ainost cordial invitation is ex -_Dear Soothing Sally, uS. persons in your community wn you read The ristian S p L
My love just will never be recog- Science Monitor regularly. You will find fresh, new viewpointsS
nzdIamjust desperately in love NEGROES BUY FARMS a fuller, richer understanding of world affairs . truthful, accurate, Billfold "Bec* The ta-non" q 7C--1iF
i IWith money they received fo their unbiased news. Write for sam copies today, or send for onee Hd lots of space for cards oee you c ,L~y t
with Alton A. and just never seemssubscription, v c
to get around to me. Its just awful tobacco and cotton crops, 10 Jefferthe suffering I have been through and son cut Chisr. fms arh-, girl's Picture! Add it to packed with -all in vain. What can I do? ? bought home acieages ranging in I 1 15. your Christmas list, swift, sure
Bothered Betty S. size fron 40 to 140 acres, according asnd fr .=ple aopie of The ti cp Plus 2D% Ewi, T,,
I h flnsan ScOince 11o7nitor incluing ai lion t. The chnslan &,cience Monhlora
Dear Bothered Betty, to M. E. Groover, Negro farm agent. copy"of your weekly Mgaine Sect. f., ohic0 1 nle---- F 'A TTt
Just give him time, of girl-time They paid from $15 to $Y30 an cre: NAME--------------------------------------- ------------------------ I IR1STOVIIHON & AU O UPPULIES
will tell!!! for the land.-ADES----------------------------------- -----------------------4 RANKIN & WILLIAMS, Owners MONTICELLO, FLORIDA