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MON tolo THE MONTICELLO NEWS ---=Ar
THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60, No. 17. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1944 FIVE CENTS A COPY
CEMETERY CLEAN-UP AMCLEOD MEMORIAL Cut
Bob Sikes Resigns Three Service Men WEEK DECEMBER 3-9'Turkey As Usual CcLEDHonor Roll
Seat In Congress Guests at Kiwanis The first week in December has For Thanksgiving There will be a memorial serMce
bee mnt for "Cemetery Clean-17p at the Presbyterian Church next SunTo Serve In Army Meeting Wednesday Weby the MonticelloGarden Club In Army Camps day morning at 11:30 o'clock. AtSaturday
and Woman's Club. The cleaning [this time the gold star will be placed
Congressman Bob Sikes has resign- The Kiwanis club was delighted to and permanent beautification of the Traditional Thanksgiving dinner on the service flag. Armistice Day in Monticello was
ed his seat in the House and is now have as its guests on Wednesday, Lt. cemetery is the major project this for the American soldier-turkey The friends of this young man are observed with a moment of silence on active duty with the U.S. Army, Douglas Cooksey, bombardier of the year of the civic committees of both with all the trimmin's-will be serv- invited to the service. at 11 A. M. when the fire siren soundhis office in Washington has an- 8th Air Corps, who is on leave after these organizations. ed at Army posts and camps in the ed for one minute in tribute to those
nounced. Sikes, who is 38, is a mem- completing thirty bombing missions Everyone is urged to plant and seven southeastern states November who are in their country's service;
Everyone ~~23, and there will be no skimpy help- Wa Servic Group adb aslnddpoga n h f
her of the House Military Affairs over Europe, and Sgt. Ted Colson of beautify his own family plot, and by Group
committee. the 2nd .Marine Corps, who is home so doing to add to the general ap- wings. Rternoon dedicating the Jeff person
The Monticello News received the on leave after Pacific duty and re- pearance of the cemetery. If anyone The master menu, which is basedosed
following statement direct from his turns to Bethesda, Md. has more plants than are needed in as a guide in all mess halls, was re- -sr iM cl we
office, Saturday: Sgt. Burger Keen was again at the his own plot, please, give them to leased today by the Quartermaster, The war services committee of the for the event.
"The office of Congressman Bob club luncheon this week. others at the cemetery. Fourth Service Command and speci- Garden Club met Monday at the The dedication program was arrange
Sikes stated today that the Congress- The club voted an invitation to the L fies 100 pounds of turkey for every home of the chairman, Mrs. T. M. ed by the Otto Walker Post, Amerman is now on active duty with the Monticello H. S. football team for bet us p rest pace O 100 men. It's going to be a busy Braswell. Plans were completed for lean Legion.
armed forces. He is engaged in a next week's luncheon meeting. our loved ones. day for the army cooks, as they are the Christmas work. was provided by the Monticello High
special mission for the war depart- A donation to the Florida Childre MRS E. N. STEPHENS not going to starve the boys for Garden Club members are requested School Band, which opened the proment and holds the rank of Major. Home Society was voted. This is in MRS. c r n STEP en breakfast. Just to whet their ap- to take flower containers for Finney grant with the national anthem.
No information can be released on lieu of the Christmas Tree of former Civic chairman, Monticello Garden petites for the big feed at noon, the Hospital to the November circle Following the invocation by the
the nature of the work, but military years. Club. soldiers will be served this break- meetings. At this time also the cash Rev. H. 0, Hughes and Scripture
authorities said he possessed a back- I Two letters from officials of Ki- fast menu: Oranges, dry cereal, donations for potted plants will be reading by the Rev. E. L. Baxter,
ground of particular value for the wanis International, commending the Art and fresh milk, fried eggs, pork sausage, collected. Mayor Richard H. Simpson introducduties involved. Monticello club for its attendance Exhibit toast, butter, marmelade, coffee. Mrs. Billy Bulloch, Mrs. J. M. ed the main speaker of the event, the
"In order for the Congressman to !record, were read by Curry Bassett, at It's to be a day of feasting and Carr, Mrs. W. D. Sawyer and Mrs. Hon. Charles Ausley, Mayor of Talundertake the work, it was necessary chairman of the attendance commit- ir0gram Club the mess sergeants will feed 'em J. W. Ward are the committee mem- lahasse.
under present regulations that he re- ae.- again at night, just like they hadn't hers. Following Mayor Ausley's address,
sign his seat for the remainder of John Summitt read an order from The November meeting of the had a belt-bustin' meal at noon. For
l which was a splendid tribute to those
this session of Congress. However, the War Production Board forbidding Monticello Womans Club was given supper they'll have: assorted cold I m- A $ho*
arrangements have been made where- use of electricity for outdoor Christ- over, after the business session, to a cuts, sliced cheese, potatoes cakes, .-T A. ves $200 a ei the
by his office in the capitol will re- mas lighting. program planned by Mrs. E. W. Car- leftover vegetables, bread, butter, the white and the colored henmain open and his secretarial staff The War Loan contest was thor- Iter, in observance of art week. coffee, peanut butter. T0 School Library
will be there on the job during the roughly discussed. David Winans dis- There was a splendid exhibit of art And here's what they'll have for ghlydisussd. DvidWma~s ds- Thre as asplndi exhbitof rton them was read to the audience.
Congressman's absence." tributed and elucidated folders des- owned by local people and lent for that Thanksgiving Dinner: The regular meeting of the Men- The benediction was pronounced by
Sikes was a member of the Florida cribing the 6th War Bond Campaign. the occasion. This included a variety Grapefruit juice ticello P.T.A. was held Tuesday at- Father Devane of the Monticello
State Legislature prior to his election A resolution, adopted at the state of pictures, water colors, oils, sketch- Roast Turkey with Giblet Gravy ternoon in the elementary school aud- Catholic Church. to Congress in 1940. He is owner of Kiwanis convention, proposing full es, etchings, needlepoint and embroid- Sage dressing. Mashed Potatoes itorium with Mrs. T. B. Bird presid- The American Legion post expressthe Okaloosa News Journal, a weekly discussion of the GI bill of rights ered pictures, and hand-painted china. String beans Corn ing in the absence of the president, es its appreciation to the county newspaper published at Crestview, at an early meeting of the club, was Some of the work had been done by Cranberry Sauce Mrs. Clyde Sauls.Jefferson county
Fla., and is a past president of the read by Professor Bullock and the local people and some was by other Lettuce with Russian Dressing The meeting was opened with and the council of the Town of MonFlorida Press Association, suggestion was readily adopted. artists, both American and European Celery, Olives, Pickles group singing of America, the salute ticello for providing funds for the
At the state Capital, Gov. Spessard That Monticello may have quick of this and prior generations. There Hot Rolls Butter to the flag, and the Lord's Pray erection of the service boards. These
L. Holland said he had accepted freezing facilities before summer was were several examples of excellent Pumpkin Pie, Coffee Miss Stimson the program chair- tw boards stand beside the norti
Sikes' resignation several veeks ago apparent from discussion by Felix photography in the exhibit. Apples Tangerines man, introduced the guest speaker entrance of the court house are pain!
g goJohnston and others. Candy Nuts .of the afternoon, Mrs. H. O.Hghs
but withheld the announcement pend- Mrs. Hewlett Anderson gave two .ed white and have glass doors which
ing approval of the War Department. pleasing vocal numbers, and Mrs. 0. TBut there seems to be no cause Thaksgiv issrStin conl
He said "it is' my understanding a short time. C. Head gave an excellent review of of civilians to worry about a possible c tanksgiving. Miss StIm con- ech ard b arin th sae ofsoe
that he will be back in time to start "Federal law provides that his the, new book "Pastoral." shortage of turkey for their Thanks- eluded the program with a reading one from the county in the armed
his new term in January ad I have Off f lo Mrs. T. S. Braswell, president, oc- giving dinner. While the total entitled, A Life Worthwhile.
Told him I will not call a special elec- iod than he expects to be away, and cupied the chair during the business quantity required for the armed At the business session Prof. Tuck- Following the dedication of the tion" to fill The vacancy in his cur- it seems to me an office already or- session. There was an excellent at- forces has not been disclosed, the er of the elementary school told of Honor Rolls, the American Legion rent term. r service tendance. War Food Administration has ad- plans for the improvement and open- home was the scene of a dinner when
rent term ganized can render better s en vised that turkeys remaining for ing of the high school and elementary members of the Legion, their wives,
Holland said that the plan wofld than a new one set up for a few civilian consumption this year will libraries. It was decided that the visiting service men and Gold Stac
result in avoiding "the expense of a months." Drama of Tokyo be more than the per capita con- P.T.A. would give $200 for books, to parents were entertained.
special election and avoid the loss of Sikes was re-elected Tuesday with- o sumption during the pre-war period. be divided between the two libraries. There was an appropriate Legion
Sikes' seniority which would result out opposition in the West Florida Ww al M The Association gave a vote of program arranged for this event. At
if the place should be filled for such Third District. 1Rid W 0 UHOW at MISS SIKES LECTURES TO thanks to Mrs. John Cureton, Mrs. the dinner, which was served by
Katherine Theatre BETHEL CLUB MEMBERS Alfred Foster and those who donated members of the Auxiliary to
The regular monthly meeting of helped in any way to make the imately 150 guests, the Post presentIntresin items of Jefferson Now it can be told- the Bethel Home Demonstration Club Hallowe'en carnival a success. ed the following program:
Counly Boys and Girls in SeN- From behind thee thrilling headlines was held at the school house Thurs- Mrs. Scruggs' room was awarded Call to Order vice. of World War II from out of the day, November 9 the attendance prize, having seven Advance of Colors
grim stories of Jap brutality The meeting was called to order mothers present. Invocation
Darryl Fi Zanuck's rousing produc- by the president, Mrs. Palmer Ward. Introduction of guests
First Lieutenant John C. Anderson, Europe. Lt. Ridgeway, a graduate tion of "The Purple Heart," the as- The roll was called and minutes of AddreLennD
son of Mrs. Pansy M. Anderson, of of the Citadel, Charleston, S. C., is tounding drama of Yanks bombing the last meeting were read by thereei Monticello, Florida, a co-pilot of a an officer in an anti-aircraft artillery Tokyo, falling into the brutal hands secretary, Mrs. Tom Clark. PreenioAl
B-24 Liberator, has been awarded a unit, that has moved through France of the Japs. and being put on trial After a short business session the
second Oak Leaf Cluster to the Airl[ and into Belgium in the past two for murder, comes to the screen of meeting was turned over to Miss Dr. F. A. Brink, Director Star citations to parents of nine
Medal for participating in aerial op- ots the Katherine Theatre o Sunday and Anna Mae Sikes, food nutritionist, Jefferson county men who have lost
erational missions over enemy occu- "After we left Normandy" he Monday, Nov. 19-20, in a blazing fury of the state extension service, Taill- TheCout el init experts to
pied Continental Europe. writes, "and got into the interior of of Yank courage and pride. ass Sikes ared a one-dish its staff early in December. He will
The presentation was made by Col- France I was disappointed that we Today, with the list of heroic deeds meal explaining its food value. This report for duty after the meeting of The delicious dinner was prepared onel Troy W. Crawford, of El Paso, were not going to stay there. The by American fighting men mounting me-dish meal was hamburger and the Florida Public Health Association and served by members of the Legion Texas, who commands the group. Ac- highlight of the whole trip was pass- higher and higher, the award of the noodles. While the one-dish meal Gainesville on Dec. 4, 5 and 6. Auxiliary and a small group of wocompanying the award was a citation ing thru Paris. People lined the Purple Heart is more highly cherishlwhich read: "For meritorious achieve- street and cheered the whole way ed than ever before. te was cooking, Miss Sikes distributed The county health officer expects men made a successful event of this
meant in accomplishing with distine- throughout onld y nel pamphlets on the seven basic foods to attend this meeting. huge undertaking.
men i acomlihig wthditin- hrug-not only Paris but all the award was established by General for the diet, and other pamphlets. The rural sanitation program will
tion aerial operational missions over towns. I got only a glimpse of the George Washington during the Rev- Mrs. Loeb ,ocal demonstration he ruesaldsanitato progra i
enemy occupied Continental Europe. Arc de Triomphe and the Eifel Tower. olutionary War, and as such is the MrsgLest ratibe given added impetus by the fact For
The courage, coolness and skill dis- Maybe I'll get a chance to look it oldest and perhaps best known of all agent, suggested that each member that fabricated sanitary units are played by Lt. Anderson in the face over later. our military decorations, It sybol- try one of the recipes given by Miss now available and will be purchased
of determined Opposition materially "The French aremhape izst y s ratiotsm of Ame- Sikes and answer the roll at the next from the Civilian Public Service P c S
of dterinedoppsitin mterilly "The French are happy but the izes the spirited patriotism of Amer- meeting naming the dish she prepar- Camp nrear- Tallahassee.Mo d y N v 20
aided in the successful completion of Belgians are happier. Nearly every ican soldiers whose blood has been ed and served her family. Ap a secn pulaha h ns f
these missions. His actions reflect house displays flags-American, Bri- spilled in defense of their country. ed and m s. A second public hea nurovider
great credit upon himself and the tish and Belgian, and it gives me a Congress revived the medal in 1932, ClMrs. Jimmie Davis and Mrs. Tom Jefferson County has been provided
Armed Forces of the United States. feeling I shall never forget. Money and the first of the new issue is worn Clark served coffee along wi te and hild th.e Bureau of Maternity a fe days ay i Ken
Lt. AnAderson is a member of a is practically worthless over here. I by General Douglas MacArthur, who on s. aM.eprepared bMMis es and Child Health. She is expected drt f the ame a resh
squadron which was recently given have spent about two dollars since won it on the battlefield during the Green, Mrs. Ed Braswell, Mrs. R.h to report for dtty on January 1st. d
recognition by the Second Bombard- landing on the continent, so am send- last war bdGE, Water Fish Commission,has annou
meat Division for flying sixty-two Iing more home, Everything is bought opnMsPerHaiMs.WlC ut ned that regulations governing the
Consecutive combat missions without with barter. A pack of cigarettes is Typical of the dauntless Yanks bur Powell, Mrs. Julia Everette, Mrs. Circuit Court open days and bag limits remain
loss of plane or crew over enemy ter- worth about $2. I get my laundry who today are winning the coveted John Shuman, Mrs. T. W. Shuman, essentially the same as last year.
ritory. This impressive record was done for 2 pacs of cigarettes. award are the eight flyers in "The Mrs. J. T. Daniels, Mrs. Fred Reed, Short Session Here
Purple Heart" who bombed Tokyo, Mrs. Palmer Ward, Mrs. Martha Jenonly made possible by a high degree "It has rained steadily for two no major changes in the laws this
or teamwork between all elements of days. I sleep in a hole in the ground were Jap prisoners, defied Nip terror nings, Mrs. Maurice Loeb, Miss Sikes, A special term of circuit court year, Kennedy reviewed the regulathe squadron and group, both ground with a .pup tent over it, and have to and turned the tables on Jap lust and Mrs. G. Y. Arrants, and her sister, convened in Monticello Monday with tons as finally accepted by the comand air. ~~~~cunning. They are the kind of youths msinsvrlwesao
and air, fight the water the whole time. Prac- who live next door to everybody in ENTERTAIN 3 SOLDIERS Judge W. May Walker, Tallahassee,
The group, upon completion of its itically all our work is at night. wh ienxiort vryoyiETRAN3SLDES JdeW a ak r ui Talaasee, The season on migratory birds,
100th mission was cited for outstand tical ly ilet for aany American city or hamlet. FROM FINNEY HOSPITAL judge of the 2nd judicial circuit pre100th miso was citedtly forleted outs siding and 0. C. Parker, Jr., statein and O. C. coot, opens Novemaeing performance of duty in combat. few days in a town that had appar- For the direction of the gallant Prof. and Mrs. W. J. Bullock were attorney, assisting.er 2, and continues through January Dropping tons of bombs onl targets inItoicastng
Droppny tnd the ope ntres ently been one of the hardest hit by story, Mr. Zanuck selected Lewis hosts for the week end to three sol- Four negro cases were on the dock-hne
Nazi oppressioin. The Belgian army Milestone, one of Hollywood's rank- dier patients from Finney General ot; all entered pleas of guilty and this unit contributed immeasurably and constabulary which had "come ing directors, and a man especially Hospital, Thomasville. These young received sentence from the court.
to the aerial war against the enemy. up from under" were rounding up gifted in bringing to the screen sub- men, James Bedwell, Tennessee, January 15, for the entire state, with
Beating down all opposition as they Nazi collaborators from among the jects of such mighty emotional im- Searles, Virginia and Tetessee JtErnest Hagan, charged with as- the exception of Dade, Boward and Virina ndPete Paskiewicz, sault with intent to murder entered Monroe counties where the season is
fought their way to targets vital to civilian population. Such a combing pact as "The Purple Heart." Michigan, are hospitalized while re- a plea of guilty to aggravated asthe enemy's war effort, this group of neighbors and ex-city officials has a cover from limb wounds; the lat-acourt, and a fine of $50 or sn c
was able to make these many danger- never been seen in a Christian coun- CHERRY LAKE TO HOLD ter two were wounded overseas while of ente n Third Conservation District, hunting
os missions with a minimum of loss. try since the days of the Inquisition. SINGING CONVENTION of 12 months was entered against for dove is prohibited on Mondays
Lt. Anderson entered the service Throngs of civilians crowded the in the States.
June 20, 1942. He is a graduate of parade ground of the garrison as The Cherry Lake Singing Conven- While in Monticello, the boys were Wallace Bird, charged with enter- Christmas Day, New Years Day and the Mointicello High School. these ex-thugs were brought in. It tion will meet at the Cherry Lake invited into several other homes and ing without breaking to commit January 15, which fall on Monday.
____v was there that the real horror of Baptist Church Sunday, November enjoyed and appreciated the hospi- grand larceny. This negro youth On these days Monday hunting will
Lamar Allen, CCM, at home on a European oppression could be seen. 19th. Singers from neighboring tality extende dthem. They return- pleaded guilty and was sentenced to be allowed.
30 day leave after 2 years service in Here were ex-friends, neighbors and counties are expected, and the public cd to the hospital Sunday evening 4 years in the Florida Industrial Deer can he taken from November the South Pacific area, is visiting trusted officials who had betrayed is invited to come and enjoy the day. laden with gifts of pecans, satsumas School for Boys. 20, through December 31, except that
relatives here. Mrs. Allen is with the nation-the Belgians who were and Japanese persimmons. Jack Davis and Mitchell Jones in the First, Second, Fourth and Fifth
her husband and they are visiting rounding them up and their families YEAR'S QUOTA COMPLETED Lt. Marjorie A. Mickey, assistant pleaded guilty to larceny of hog, and districts hunting is prohibited on
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan and friends. Here were Gestapo RED CROSS ROOM CLOSED chief of the special services division each was sentenced to 2 years i Mondays and Tuesdays after DecemDavis, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Al- agents who had murdered their at the hospital, arranged the visit at state prison. her 1. Christmas Day, of course, will
len and Mr .and Mrs. Obie Allen. friends and families in public and in The 1944 quota of surgical dress- the request of the Bullocks. Supt. Mose Davis, charged with assault be open. Deer hunting is permitted
_v_ private. These people who are left wings allocated to this Chapter was and Mrs. Bullock, as well as other with intent to murder pleaded guilty every day in the Third District durAn interesting series of letters will be ill for the rest of their lives completed on Thursday, according to Monticello residents, have often en- and was sentenced to 12 months in ing this period, while Collier, Gilfrom Lt. E. T. Ridgeway, Jr., who has with a hatred vhich completely un- Mrs. F. A. Brink, chairman. There- tertained service men from nearby the county jail at hard labor. christ, Glades, Hendry and Highlands
often visited his grandmother, Mrs. balances the mind. The people acted fore, the workroom has been closed camps in their home. They both ex- counties are closed. Monroe County
R. A. Ridgeway, here, describes his like animals. Women brought their until such time as the exigencies of pressed their great pleasure at hav- In 1943 the United States Navy is closed to Key deer. experiences in France and Belgium children and cheered to see the ex- war cause the Army to request addi- ing the men from the hospital with bought and consumed 250,000,000 Season on quail, turkey and squiras a part of the U. S. Army in (continued on page four-) tional supplies, them. pounds of fresh aeat. (Continued on page 7)
The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla., Friday, November 17, 1944
VeAviation Conference Underway Guest of Air Force CLASSI FIED,
.7 . 0 Persons now engagediesnta
t7 industry will not apply w itu tae!
K N' Noes of an Iwent of availability from their local
N K nnocnt Bstaner:United States Employment Service.
Washington, D. C. U noetBsadr
WAR IN SOUTH AMERICA The Moom Pitchers: Lana Turn
Most Americans have been so EVCSOlaCasWAHMKR
Engrossed in the World War that if whose marriages are always ad Jweers interested in postwar prma2ngossd i th Wold artha if ~ N ~ 'N~ ~ hadlined, now appears in "Mar- nent connection with pleasant surroundyou told them war was brewing L
right here in the Western Hemi- ELRY CO. 40 NE 1t Ae., Miami, Fl.
NN,.~. carries on an absorbing cinema rosphere, they never would believe it. mance as though she invented
Yet buzzing backstage in the MACHIil rr
Washington diplomatic corps has Fp
romance with'~ LaasTunr. 1200 ft. Pipe, built new in 1944 by Cough
been a growing, worrying reverberation over worying daveer of A comedy, "Rainbow Island," stars Mg. Co., mnted n chev. truck. Heller
IS '"N~~' *. tN> ''>'Bros. Groves, winter Garden. Fla. ph. 22. the ltiate angr of ~ ~a sarong, ably supported by Dotty war between Argentina and Chile N
-not this year, perhaps not next NR adD
year, but before very long.
Additional attention was focused N e-hest h o but ore on IS
on the unhappy situation with Ar- 'a, t-e h b moro Ear Oil a prescription to treat head'
gentina's bid for a conference of Nheezes are tripping over their oi, cgd-up feeling, ringing. hissing.
Noeg ministeNs- beards.Sa dizzinss roaring in the head. Dry scaly
Pan-American foreignitch ear sometimes a forerunner of dea ley"offes abatc of cenc-Imcksness. It Is wonderful to hear clearly after
on an obvious move to put the
U. S. A. on the spot and force recog- Nulirc.Sn $2 tod for 2 epcae
nition of the Fascist Farrell mili- delivered.
tarist government in Argentina. "My Buddy," VACO EAR OIL CO.
The whole tangled diplomatic con-atrocity
The between Argentina, co ers in the Blue Room" Old Silver, Etc.
United States and other neighbors searches for goosepimples and gets
is so involved that it takes an ex- OLD GOLD, SILVER, Antique Jewelry.
is~~~~~~~ls so inole that itwn tae an e 5 N>-StS .Hovewod aHighest Prices paid for watches, opticia
pert to understand it. But out of thejewelm ess em erges these basic and of the a raN :' Olivi De. e ry. If appraisal ot satisfact ry shipment
43Z o dgsad aii pie were fortnight ago. Recently Olivia De- will bereturned. GEO.S.WALTON, 3521
aessrm rge a thes basich andassat ertr fsttadtmorr himn served to this French lad by mem- Havilland was stricken with pneu-WhtCaelRdNrok.V.
alarming facts:bers of the U. S. army Ninth air
1 Argentina is rushing Is shown as he made the opening address of the International Civil Avia- force service command unit in zones. while__touringthePacificwar armament. Hedy Lamarr's for- tion conference held in Chicago. Delegates representing 50 countries France. Mess call always finds a
erHhusband, Fritz Mandel, theMi l
Ae usand unitns l kingnfrtcnfrneof t idhpn t okou lnfo ol nme fth rnh hlrnaboutyer ffiewr ndfi rie.Fe
Austrian munitions king, about air transportation. The conference has dedicated itself to the world-wide up for chow with the GIs. Thou- ofThe Iteliescinea: taff iend Wamle ndprieu. PdE. pi 41.H PI.
whom "Idiot's Delight" was peace-time aviation development. sands of French children have to wasTi scnm tff seWNda___Pldlpa4,a
written,route to Spain to report the immiplanes for Argentina night and Irish-Spanish. . One of the first Get Your War Bonds
day. GIs Bamboo W Line fashion editors to go overseas will T
2 Argentina could bombCo m n sIvs nToHlAxte xi
Santiago, capital of Chile, from 7 . .n s be Life's new staffer, handsome ElMendoza, just across the Andel,e Lower-destination Paris. in dozainust aoss te fie Henry C. Cassidy's piece on what to
in 4 m i utes It w oul ta e fi e 5 ~ KN~ ~ N~ > N 1 d o w ith G e rm an p riso n ers is th e fea- r u
hours for Chile to bomb Buenos Pull the Trigger Nn
Aires, capital of Argentina. N"', Z, . N G R J'
The people of Chile today Gen era Johnson," book, Lazy"Innards7
are worried sick over Argen- Unv. Press) contains a (prit
tina. The Socialist, Communist T'N M i Wths
and Conservative parties, usual- 0 and th C m e t or .
ly vigorously divergent, are
now united on this. They fear fl
that the Argentine Fascists, Q M CNasN
looking for means of keeping D Gibson: A lady is a o
themselves in power, as Hitler ,A '4 "Ki> <5> 'E, V DaaGs Aeladyes atwoan
did with the German people, never forgets herself. . Dwight
will make a Czechoslovakia out
of Chile.hagie mea muhtobes
Brazilians Admire Argentina, myself J. Hamilton: Only a
Other Latin Americans aredi
I 3/ 1>5 7> N5K~/NK>'4- wise man knows if he fell in love or
Othe Lain mercan ar di ~-' > 5~> N >N g44 '~was trapped into it. . Will Rog- 'HEN CONSTIPATION makes you feeD
vided. Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru sym- 4< N< er:ustsoratgsydicmottke
vied Paraguay,.- Boiva Prus es I don't make jokes. I just punk as the dickens, brings on stomach
pathize with Argentina. Officially ue sou tN gs .s>t
Brazil does not. But actually thewatch the government and report Dr. Cadwell's famous medicine to quickly
Brazilian army, plus many of the the facts. . H. R. Warfel: He pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and
made words march like warriors help you feel bright and chipper again.
Brazilian people, are rooting sym- Bamboo water line is supported across a defile by trestle also made against ignorance. . Margaret DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful sewan,
sathiln the one chuhas of bamboo This improvised line, i Yunnan province of China, the Halsey: Bleak as the end of a love s -i oae i o o ake.
south of the Rio Grande which hasMa.Gn Jae L.Balysitomkitoesyotk.
sucesfuly hubedit nse t he end of the lines for American army supplies, released hundreds of Chi- a.Ge JmsL Brdyaffair. .M. Dooley; The man MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparation
Colossus of the North and got away nese coolies from carrying water in order that they could handle other commanding general of the 96th ws
wihi.essential war supplies for American and Chinese forces. fantry division, leads his division in ibad as the man who gets fat undhr palatable And agreeable to take. So besr
with it. the invasion of Philippines The the hat, your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin.
Nothing succeeds like success,troops received extensive training INSIST ON DCALDWELLS-thefavorite
especially in the Latin American for the present campaign in the Ha of millionsfor 50yersandfeelthatwholemind. The state department adopted Gain by 7ain T w d iory wafian islands Broadway Ballad: some relief from constipation. Evenfinicky
only halfway measures with Argen- Make mine Manhatan-when the Autumn children love it.
tina; snubbed her diplomatically, brings CAUTION: Use only a directed.
but made her prosperous economi- C the Its soft enchantment to the noisy town
cally by continuing to buy meat. When mem'ries brush the heart with si
The Argentines didn't care much If MARIANAS en wings,
they were' snubbed as long as they LUZON P A C I F J C ISLANDS
were prosperous. vi he moon is SENNA AXTE
Result is that many "good neigh- MANILA HILIPPINE A CQHTNED IN
bors," though not liking Argentine ISLANDS 0 C E A0GUAM And tiny taverns bid you enter in. "U P
Fascism, enjoy seeing U. S. diplo- And thoughts go driving back to long
macy come to grief. SAMAW ago .
NOE Mawhle heUnte ~ ~ Y'~ CT20 When constancy was marked the Crown.
NOE- Meanwhile, the Unite
States is less equipped to handle YAPo ing Sin.
things in our own hemisphere thanGR V '
thing in ur on heisphre tan -And yet how soon a foolish lad can learn,GR0
ever before in two decades. Secre- MINDANAOr., That it was you who gave the nights
tary Hull is sick. His best Latin 0 Y their charm,
American experts were friends of 4 That it was you who made the torch-fires
Sumner Welles and were given the MAY 27 COLN CO LD
gate after Welles resigned. M In that brief space before we came
***. MOROTAI har B LF
CONCERNING THE WAR'S END PR.22 That it was you who made Manhattan
A lot of people have tried their HAHER SANSAPOR
hand at predicting the war's end, B AK J When Autumn spilled its cask of golden
including this columnist. Some were Winea
high-up officials, some private prog- -Don Wahn.
nosticators. Some were pretty good,
-~~~~WW soepet1ad ~.>K- Ha-Hallywood: It happened on the
.some pretty bad. / 0
Re. ar WlsnIninaReub i~ ~~ AU NEW GUIE ADR ~i4~ Ns'~V MGM lot. A woman writer from
Rep. Earl Wilson, Indiana Repub-F RmoNe Yrkswa edCss obl
lican, in June, 1943, got an aver- tMORLAUT is LAE nw Yrk sa a Re oss obile
age compilation from 140 congress- sui pre in t ofen o the
men that the war would be over in suo Sn ne__
October, 1944. ARAFURASEA PORTMORESBY blood bank in quite a spell and she
Adm. William F. Halsey, who pre- thought this would be a good time
dicted "complete, absolute defeat A a nte
for the Axis in 1943," was asked
agai, o Decmbe 13 194, ad I Typical of the terrain over which tory, it was discovered that the Do You Hate HOT FLASHES?
again, on December 13, 1943, and
our forces must battle in northern Would-be blood giver was not an I you suffer from hot flashes, feel "wasn't so sure when the war would This map shows the steps taken by Gen. Douglas MacArthur as he Italy is this jagged pass at Della MGM employee, wak, duertous th funtiolea "middehe over."wekneouabtbuatims
be oer."kept his vow to return to the Philippines. On the second day of January, Stelvio. These are the Austrian Alps The nurse consulted with the in- age" period Peculiar to women-try
Gen. "Hap" Arnold, chief of the 14,h aehsfrtmjrla-rgjm ln on orleesc ypos
air forces, on February 14, 1943, pre Guine mae t aor Teaphow the the coast of New on the Italian-German border. The terne, the interne consulted with the Lydia pe Pinkhams vegetable Corn
Gioceo ebrmau ar will b93,pe nafo- a oSid h a hw h succeeding operations, man-angled white strip is the Bur, doctor and the doctor pondered with Taken regularly-Plnkbam's Comdicted by Fera 14, 1944." climaxing in the invasion of the Philippines. ma pass-like road, his hand to chin, pound helps build up resistance
.over by February 14, 1944." aantsc noigsmtm
Jim arly, n Jnuay 2, 143,"I guess it won't hurt," he finally Pinkham's compound Is made
Jim Farley, on January 20, 1943,na "The war will be over this year." decided, "but please keep it under ture and that's the kind ot
Gen. Levin Campbell, January 15, A warded Nl M eicine P z aitng frF ush your hat. We are not supposed to clne to buyl Follow label directions.
193- 'hewa wllbeovr n bottake anything on this trip but Metro LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEEAL
1943-"The war will be over in about CMON
two years." blood."
Herbert Hoover, November 6, 1943
-"Certainly we are now in the last 4
-"Crtanlywe re ow n te lst 37It was at a cocktail party in Wash- WNU- 46-4
stages of the war." t dowager asked a British
Raymond Moley, November 8, Major: "What about the privileged
1943, predicted end of the war "ear- classes in England?"
her than envisioned by the adminis- "I presume, madam," was his
tration." N' N
Senator O'Mahoney, Wyoming Iou
Democrat, January 2, 1944: "The
7'ipeettime the only privileged fHrulBdWat
most conservative Swedish obr- class are Aners do not believe that Germany can mo Eoe costa ul
endure beyond next June." im. I-N in te N.tk4S/ N.~3>N>53KN<5N notact s Nture itendd-fil to reSun Fo, president of the legisN move impurities that, if retained, ma
lative Yuan of China, January 2,F yMcie.
lative Yun of Chin, January2 >'/N.~I> N K~~>us that a Naval hospital held a con- 3 acyanupethh
1944: "Germany will be knocked out
N2> KN'N N tet aong he atintsto indout Symptoms may be nagging backache,
5N, test among the paiet No perisen huteadcestak fdzies
between the spring and summer ofac tck.
betee th srig ad umer f '< ~ 4" -.77--3how many could pick Betty Gra- gettn up nihs selling, puffincess
this year." ble's45 K.of a under the eyes-ae feeling of nervous
k41.7 socrs 'be'lesoto bacoflgPCnity and loss ofpep and strength.
Henry Ford, March 20, 1944, pr-he dny o bladde disdicted war would be over in twoN
SN -.7 -S ~ wasa chplai!rTer ae shouldm be nno obttaty rop
monhs N5N sThe ony one who coud identify Poo frequent unain.
Senator McKellar of Tennessee tatment is wisr than nelec. Use
July 21 1944: "The Red army willebewi Jy 2, 194 TeRdam ilAdd public service: NBC's pro- new fiends for mare than forty years.
be in Berlin in 60 days. The war All 1944 Nobel prizes for medicine went to the United States, the Dog, Joe Contitlr, nd his hunt hey have a natio-ide
wibe n ro alfotsi i Nobel committee has announced. Dr. Joseph Erlanger, St. Louis, Mo., er, working like two halves of a gram, "WrdsGetNovels," Are recommended by grateful people the
will be o on all fn in St. which dramatizes the best litera- country evr. Asek reaoniafhli!
monhs. (lft) Dr EdardA. oisy, t. oui, M., cener) an Dr Heber wel-oledmachine, stand by a coy- ture. . The news about another
Congressman May, Democrat, S. Gasser, of the Rockefeller Institute, New York city, were awarded the ert. The dog is in a point and the son of Ring Lardner being killed in Kentucky, July 28, 1944: "Germany prizes for medical research work. hunter is ready for his shot a d t
will capitulate by December ."
The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla., Friday, November 17, 1944
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THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorne Corey, They must suspect that she was in He looked rather pleased, Zorkd taffetas or rayon crepe.
rho hates herself for being meek and some way involved-but in what? thought, and she wondered why. a 0
shy, agrees to deliver some Invitations It was puzzling and alarming . "My niece tells me you're Pattern No. 8711 comes In sizes 12 14.
far her employer's wife. It Is raining, and She would, she decided, talk to Steve secretarial work."18 and 20. Size 14 short sleeves re she bursts into tears. A handsome stran- h olsedcdd ak oSeesceailwr. qutres 4; yards of 39-inch material; QIKY We hs auce
ger stops and gets her story from her; he about it, but not yet. She wanted to Zorie's heart gave a sickening tears up the invitations and deposits them think things over. She wanted, first thump. "Yes," she said. She hesi-, Due to an unusually large demand and RELIEVED due to a cold, rub on
In a nearby trash basket. Zorie, unable to of all, another Martini. tated, then went on: "I'm helping current war conditions, Slightly more time Mentholatum. Two vital actions
assert herself, is railroaded into taking a Zorie went to the bar. She was Admiral Duncan with his autobiog-' Is required in flng orders for a few of bring quick relief: (1) Mentholatum
job she doesn't want by Admiral Duncan, drinking a Martini when a suave. raphy." 1220 the most popular pattern numbers. estimates surface circulationgrandfather of her fiance, Paul Duncan. familiar voice said, "Well! I was be- "Really!" Mr Lanning said.: Send your order to:
Aboard the steamer, Samoa, en route to ________(2)_Soothingmedicinal
Hawaii, Zorle dances with Steve, Paul's ginning to think you were being kept "That must be very interesting." I v
brother. Steve Is the "'handsome stran. packed away in jeweler's cotton." His smile was mocking. His eyes 7> / SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT. membranes of noe and throat.
Zonther. St 530 South Wells St. Cscago
ger" who had befriended her. Paul is futri She looked around into Winthrop were narrow and knowi-g Eco 25 cent in cs e
ous at Zorie, and refers to Steve as a Lanning's dark, handsome, Sat- had a sense of Something mytriu ", pattern desired.
Nazi spy. The admiral dictates some of nine face. His lids were partly low- and threatening and ugly happen- ///, s ')
his memoirs to Zorie. PtenN . ie.
his memoirs to Zone. ~~~~ered and she noticed the little star- ing just under the surface. ';~ P/ atr o.ie
shaped scar under his left eye. Only He spoke rapidly in French. She Name_.
CHPE IIone corner of his mouth was smil- looked at him blankly. .\"/ Address.
CHAPTER VIII _________ing. It gave him a sinister air. "Oh! Don't you understand -_____________ -Buy War Savings BondsShe looked at them both with dis- She wondered if he had gone into French?" he said. nay. "I-I think we're doing nice- her stateroom, opened her trunk "No, Mr. Lannin
ly,"shesai ina quver voce.and taken the notebook and treatise. "That's odd," he said."Ta' ly," she said in a quavey voice She wondered who he thought she very odd." ''There!'' cried the admiral with a
triumphant chortle."Yumgthvacomnofy A e casF or eC r al
triumphant chortle. ~was, and what he thought she was 'Why?" Zonie gasped. A eii' a oieC ra
"Zorie!" Steve said in a shocked doing. "o mg h
voice. He was looking at her as if You know," he said, "I'm awful- so many tongues!" he didn't believe it. curious about you.
"I never thought you'd let me "Why?" Zone asked. Her voice "Well," he said, laughing, "mysdown," he said softly. Then he sounded squeaky to her. She was terry is always intriguing."
grinned, very slowly. "Oh, well- frightened. She was afraid of this Someone has stopped beside the It's only a book." man and what he represented, but table.
"Ishe was trying to keep it out of her "Miss Corey," Mr. Planning said,
eiral said. "You might as well"this is my
Idasad "Yumgta wel "Let's sit down and have a drink," friend-my companion-Pierre Say- -Te Grains are GreatFod"
go, Zorie." he said, "and I'll tell you. There is yardd" t.,
With a half-hour to spare, Zorie AFsin'u
With a hal-hour to sare, Zonesomething about you that baffles "How do you do?" Zonie said AFsin'ut'* *Kellogg's Corn Flakes bringyo*
went up to A Deck. She hoped she me" faintly. W E KNOW what a "date" dress nearly all the protective food element
night see Steve. All she wanted Zone wondered what this really Pierre Savoyard said nothing. He wasntedhng! A hclo ng
was to tell him why she hadn't meant He had certainly seen her stared th
backed him up in his argument with y waist and peplum a fashion *n .
the admiral. She wanted to explain m t 'Miss C y n n s
that she considered it a family mat- his autoig ra Shecay iti
ter in which she had no voice.i tig
She walked aft. The bar door was "ry ier o yrs"
open. A smart-looking gray-haired He had a soft, low voice.
woman was at the bar alone having
a cocktail. She w ed teve o au oul.
Zorie hesitated. If it was customay fr unscoted ome to ~ /come along. She was frightened.
tomary for unescorted women tosuddenly drink at the bar, why shouldn't she? saw Amber Lanning.
A drink might steady her.
She walked to the bar, sat down on midnight blue. She was walking
a stool and ordered a Martini. She
told herself she really needed it. rowed. She nodded slightly and
She needed courage. No matter The nod, Zone realized,
what happened this evening, she
would need courage. Alcohol gave evidently given her some kind of sigyou false courage, but false courage nal.
"was better than none. Zone felt a chill dart along her
Zorie had done very little drink.ng. The Martini the bartender cs
stirred and placed before her was cudhrl wlo.Tewie
s~ined nd lacd beoreherwashad replaced her empty cocktail different from any cocktail she had glass with still another full one. She
ever tasted. It was delicious. The drank it hastily and glanced at Mr.
icy spicy liquid was soothing to her Lanning, then at Pierre Savoyard.
aching throat. For an instant she saw in his FACTORY- CONTROLLED
It was almost six-thirty. She paid determination. It made him mor/
for her drinks, walked once around
the deck to enjoy her glowing feel- H sii tn ee
ing, then went down to the ad- H E C A P P I N G
imiral's suite. been so nice meeting you, Miss ConWhen she opened the door, her ey." He walked on. He disappeared.
stateroom was dark. She switched
on the light. The room was filled Zone felt dizzy. The room had
with a pale fog of smoke, but it s
wasn't cigarette smoke. It was ci- her eyes Shut and gave her head a
gar smoke. She supposed that Win- little shake. She opened her eyes Why You Get a Better Job With
throp Lanning had been here with . She still felt dizzy. Firestone Methods
Amber, and had smoked a cigar.said, "I have SestwonAmber's and and Pieree Saoya saidr noting. He a date. You'll have to excuse me." (1) THOROUGH INSPECTIONWE
She sat down on Amber's bed and Per aoadsi oI
waited for the phone to ring. She stared. Her voice sounded thick, the word; Before any work is done, your tire
was facing her own bed under which in Elleryton, talking with Steve be- fuzzy. her trunk was visible. She looked side the telephone pole in the rain. he artns ow many had is
at it for some time without actually He must know now what was in se a ree? Fo Five spts or n sace Ark f/ /
seeing it, thinking of Steve and hop- the notebook, and he must have read H fac fl cdn apr i
ing he would phone. Zorie was the treatise. Instinct warned her to Mr. Lanning was rising. She could suddenly aware that something was be very careful, to say little or not see his face too clearly.
wron. Whn se ha com inherenothng.She stood up, hoping she could When repairs are needed, a trained4_HKZE
wrong. When she had come in herzenohg.after work this afternoon, she had She'wished that Steve would come still walk. She made her way un- specialist using latest approved
pulled out the trunk, put her note- along, certainly to the door and went on methods builds up weakened or
book in it, locked it, and pushed it "Why, Mr. Planning she said deck. The cool, strong sea breeze broken areas.
back under the bed. But she had in a small voice, felt wonderful on her face. She
pushed it under the bed with the "Well," he said, "you're a beau- went to the rail. (3) CONTROLLED BUFFING
lock facing out. The lock was now tiful woman. You have beautiful The phrase "walk it off" went The worn tread is precision-buffed
facing the wall and the hinged side hair, you have heavenly eyes and through her mind. There was noth- for perfect balance. Only a minimum was facing out. an exquisite nose and a delicious Ing to do but walk it off. of rubber is removed to provide
She got up. Amber no doubt had mouth . Why?" She started up the deck. Every. proper surface.
been up to more of her diabolical "Why?" Zone echoed. thing had a glassy look. A man in
tricks. "Yes-why? Why are you doing a white coat and black trousers (4) ACCURATE TREADING
Zoge pulled the trunk out and un- everything you can to conceal the was slowly coming along the eck New tread rubber of highest quality locked and opened it. facts? Why do you wean your hair toward her.
The stenographer's book was notL as you do? Why do you go without She was sure it was Paul. He is cael Capplid rton ue
where she had placed it. makeup? Why do you dress so de- stopped a few feet away fron her,
She searched the trunk hurriedly, liberated to hide the fact that you She could not see his face ver a well balanced tire.
but she could not find the notebook, are beautiful." clearly, but she saw the anger in (5) SCIENTIFIC CURING 7''
Shre' wond ere fnig hehdho e nto
The notebook was gone! op' cheeks wedergray-green eyes.trunk
It now occurred to Zonle, as she said as calmly as she could: "I "Will you please explain thi?"
kneeled there with chills prancing happen to be engaged to a man who he said grimly, and temperatures assures proper
oven her, that something else was disapproves of makeup and frivolous "What?" Zone asked, toughness and maximum wearing
missing. It was the young Bavarian clothes."' "Look at you! You can hardly quality of the recap.U
engineering student's treatise-"A His eyes and his smile were know- stand up! You'd better take a go()FNAoNPETO Critical Survey of the Re-tooling of ing. "Ah!" he said softly. "But it long walk." the Waffenfabrik Krupp Plant for goes deepen than that, Miss Corey. "With you?" Zone asked. Complete final examination careIncreased Wartime Production." The Chinese have a saying-'The "What's wrong," he said savage fully inspects inside and outside of
She was trying to think calmly, flower of love does not thrive on ly, "with Mr. Planning tire. Note sharp, clear tread,
Her first assumption had been that tears.' Something of the kind also "Did you see us?" Amber had stolen the notebook and applies to loveliness. Loveliness "Yes, I saw you." treatise in a final effort to force her does not thrive on neglect-or on a "He's a horrible man!" additional miles.
to move out of this stateroom. Then determination to be unlovely. Do "But the type you evidently pre. she recalled the cigar smoke she you see my point?" fer."
had smelled when she first came in. Zorie wanted to say that he was He walked rapidly away. Zo Amber would not be likely to have a being rude and prying! That how stood looking after him, hurt and re key that would fit this lock or the she did her hair, and what she did sentful. But he was right. She Skill necessary to pick it. about er face and her body was shouldn't have had those drinks with
She must do something, but she none of his business. Mr. Planning. She would never do Us
did not know what to do. When the "Not quite," she said meekly, such a thing again. admiral learned that his day's dic- The waiter brought their drinks. She loved Paul, and she wanted station was lost, he would be furious. "Do it again," Mr. Planning said, to please him. He carried himself He would blame her. If she went Then, to Zonie: "With you, I be- so well, she thought; he had such to Paul, he might spoil everything lieve, it's a state of mind. You are fine shoulders, such a beautiful ory by doing the wrong thing. The logi- inherently a great actress. You be- head. cal person to consult was Steve. But come whatever you wish to be. It's She continued along her uncertain B s u lt ae il
she did not trust Steve. Whatever amazing, isn't it? And a great tal- course. She felt confused and fright.
ent." ened. The things Mr. Lanning had
was ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~i aapnig small voice.a d orm nsi
Her earlier suspicions returned. He was staring at her hard now said, the questions he had asked Steve had lived in Germany and She felt a familiar fluttering in her had been meaningless, yet full o
turned Nazi. The Lannings, in spite heart. yuIt was evident an ~ ~~ dr exqisieinseandaadlicou
of his defense of them, were doubt- "So now," Mr. Leaning said, "you that he suspected her of being some, less Nazis, too. And the powerful- are somebody's fiancee . How one else; that his niece and Mr looking man with scrubby red hair did you like Elleryton?" Savoyard also suspected it.
who had several times stared at "I hated it" Zonie said impulsive- Why was it odd that she didn't
her so searchingly-he was obvious- ly. speak French? Why had he said
ly in with them, and that made him "Ahl! Yes. But you would." "You become whatever you wish
a Nazi, too. "Why would I?" be. it's amazing, isn't it? And
She recalled how he, Amber, and "But why not?" he laughed. "Con- great talent."
her uncle had each, in turn, stared Sider Elleryton." Why had they stolen the noteboo
at her. Why? It had been obvious Zonie drank her Martini. The and the treatise? If they were Naz that Amber had mistaken her for waiter took her glass away and Put agents-and she was sure they wer
someone else, down a full one in its place. Mr. -of what did they surect her, c
One of them had stolen the note- Lanning said carelessly, lo it the girl she resembled?
book and the engineering treatise, again." (TO BE CONTINUEDi U lu n to she Voice of Firesont "sey Monde, "meinx over N. B. r-
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Six Months----------------1.00 121st by hospital train from Starklane. thie description of tile property, 'shaill bie redeettled accordcingoto law the I(1tt f the vos cakst for tile said Irhlii 1101th and south,. all of aid
Thre onhs--------.7 Gnerl ositl n haleto SC and tile itames inl wirlc it wa 's asgse- lirety ecie in, suhl certi ficatte 01, fr sall be declared tile noitnee totl~ tii(l 1 inl' in Sectinar Twenty (20).
Three~~~~~~ M h--------7 GeeaHoptliChretnS. C. ed are as follows: Certi~cate No. 123. lor oertideateawill be sold to tile 111h- thle said Office. Lutohusili p twototh ralge, seven east.
'Hisa military decorations include the Year of Issutance July 6 .1412. Des- i-st bidder at fl til out hous- e d.oot T o defray tle eperlses (if tIs Ie- coojl thirty six acres, nolore or European Theatre Ribbon with two cirilition of Property Lot 11-:1 Section 34 Itte first MondaY in, the mo thi of Dc Lion every candidate for toiiatioiis, 'Toxvriship 2 Northi. Range 4 East, 1emiber, 1944, which is the ;th., day of to any Office peei rliovided for, shall ALICE M. YATES
Service Column- Istars and the Air Medal with three acres. I Deceinler, 1944. a~y to thlis Committee lit tile lttne of .s eiardiarr of Juanita Yates and John
cutr.Notie in which assessfed. F. S. Danl I Dated this 1st, dlay of November. ltngE qualification statement th e tuint H11111 1-t~cs, MEinors.
Six944. ot $5.00 dollas candidates for No ') NO. 3-10-17-24 Dec. 1.
S r Of sid vipee' being in the (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Ile offi of conil, who shall pan u from first page)IIo Jefferson, State of Florida CLYDE H. SALLS tile t f $2.00. ilIAIANSHIP NOTICE
(Continued frmfrtpg) First Lieutenant Joe H. Smith, 20, 1IleEisuch certificte or certifleices Clr oII f C!icut Cort of Jeffersoti Every candidate tot nilitlation of ____Gestapo agent mauled around the son of Mrs. J. H. Smith, Madison shall be redeemed according to axx' tie Conty, Florida. E, office Illl t xidrd for,
parade and laughed with a laugh that popty deseribed inl,1 suc Coertifictie N0.O l Nov. 31-10-17-24-Decc. 1 ilo, a statements in xxi itjil ,,, gtied N otce is hiereby gix'entiaI.Gse
Florida,~~~~~ ahiltsn 1thAAe, e tfiatawllbesod o hebtile_____________________________ .5itl lt O 1Crsitlttot'fx'tttielettc itGurdanoftu prsnso
wasn't pleasant to hear. Mt' f'ghtergop has bee giv-st bidder ait The court house door 011 fOIEO ~'IC''O j(iltter, ott or betot txx', ly o cik Eli', bteti Wirick<, MIary Witrick. and
usang tel sa eutflCon igerIC grup een'IC2TO FO titl~it Novemiber 1S, 1941 itefore tile 1)01 is 1.1iiick, all mnorls, wxill on thle
"Belgium itself is a beautiful coun- i 'AX DEED t'it.ry Election. 4t of Deeber, 1944, at the hour of
try and for what I have seen of ten aiomnatno his pau' fgt ricpae- _______No tOe l ote 01 takle part lit the 1 0 00 .',o,[c in, the forenoo.n, or as
tiranin hisogroup'sfightericover es- a
Frane IeceHu Bill No. BT62 proceedings of such hlioutsl eectiol Soit thefter as I may be heard,
FraceI ouln' tad ital fr fot f -47Trnsors drig he Nroic is 'lereby given, that Jolhn who is not nder tile Oodiinance of the titlill al)piitaiot to the Cont udge
little piece of Belgium. The houses : SRUh F Groover th'e holder of tile followitng'Tiv tIx t o Metceli, Florida aL laxyful of~ leffeisoil Coutnty, Florida, at his ofclen ontas heFrechinvasion of Souern France. cetfctshas filed sid cerliictite's elector En11d atitit ot to(d to x ote in file tie !ii the city of Mhon ticello, Florida,
are so clean in contrast to the French commendation written by the I fot a tax deed to be issued tlereon An it t IT
filth; I noticed it as soon as I crossed office' o Te certificate uilrs and years f ie intend 1 suI tie ulies of it, (l i divided interest of the
the border. Wish I could have look- c n a issnce. the description of til li- tile Demora ic Pat it this Priary, (1 tl l ld to. the foloxig
th odr ihIcudhv ok Troop Carrieir Group and forwarded ,teyI, sold tile tiamnes in xxhicit it xxas atl tile enetting Annutal 24toia 111loc- rettil estate, sitta le and being in Jefed over Paris, perhaps I wouldn't assessed E as ll toO, .r It actually resided x iii- uprotl County Fiorlda-o-'it.
I!t tecmmnin ficro tii rIriainsDe oCld o('titica'te No. 19119 in the colhorate litlilts of tile Toxw' of Il, West Haltf io 11 Southwsest
hold such strong contempt for the
hod uh trn cnemt o teMustang uit by Lt. General Ira C. bo v~'i Famous "CANADIOL" Iyear ofi Isstfitlce August 4, 1941 MIcli. F10 loda atI least six roontlls QUartet, (ti Of SIVt/4) and West Halfr
rest of the country." i eea ftef eAt ieaFahi )escrli~tiotl of Properlty: Pt. Blk S imnllatill Iv1ri, to said BErimary of tile sootbleas 1 carter of tile SouthEaker, Conimanding Beeta of[ th l.1urAtsLeaFlh1)4 f I Witr1cks Addition. Mtoti- EAeciOn. west Octt, oW1/, Of SE1!4 of SW'!4
-v- I AA ttheMeieraeatTetr, lE ld x celltoayatan o. The registmttioti books, of tile Toxin of S.ctio ot1e, (1).
AAFintheMeiteraeanThatr, etis ody a ay Ntii' ttallci asesedL. & -Atnii of Idlonticellot ,, loida. stanf lie opocted The West Hfalf ofI the Northxxest
rest. of the country."
1st. Lieutenant Douglas L. Cooksey: and Major General Nathan F. Twin :, a '"' Ar for a bottle Pien to November Q t 1 of It thWest
sCNDIOL Miiture h~ l 1 41 1144 tiotri dthx- 194tos Nvrbr Qutlfftle Eat(afWfth11rlvs
son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Cooksey, ing, Commanding General of the 15th g) Tp. ili ''ake a couple of All itt sold ptllicity )d'ttlfg Idbt'dy ixes I 1 eEs al'o h o
soniit Ctt if Jeffern State f Flti This C tithall corepile Qurtr ('A/, of E/, of NwMrs) of SeJr., of Monticello, has returned to AAF, states, "On behalf of all offc'utt aisatu n sc e ctocia t o adrey cn ttTl ( ao gn a
the States and is at home for a 21 ers and men of this Group I wish to I ot ld sid broicl tues. It liall ie redeented accoding toli' to 11ll Ptll cr of the Twest
;et'i lt otuce to lOioen up thick, propertyt described Ill suchlcriiaedcaetl ale idcriyl h tatr N.C4) fScinTvle
day furlough. convey my appreciation and adnxra cotg pilli a, SOothe ra l- or (artificatesxx'ill be sold to tlie a eti1e
Lt. Cooksey, a bombardier in the tion of the splendid cooperation given b r'ts I Itice breatling easier. est tjidder at Il, cohrt hou the offices proxided for here- Noith Seven, (7) chains, thence south
t''~e s i int~los prsitet.i lie list Mlonday Ill the 111itlo11 c i. x1,lic shall cause lte nmtmes of sttch aterlv to thle point of beginning of 8th Air Force, has completed the re- s by your group in furnishing us nt 1" t'ting cougIls Or ironchial cil 1944, xhich is the 4111, day Of lidirni t l laced on the official Seet Txvelve. (12).
quired number of missions in the fighter cover during operations oil i tul~lie tIti to ciltl; flitd Buck- ILiber. 1944. ".alo o i voted at tile enisuing Anl- ,ll of ithe allov described lands beI ur 1iek and e ie- Dated this 1st, day of November. iltltil tipal Electin. itt Township 0 10,in1). Noh and
European theatre, and participated in D-Day and D-plus one. lief. 1,oc I. it-get But ki%'s Can- 1944. d Pimary shll be held on l Iatre Three, (3), East, and containing
the invasion of the continent on D- The fine soirit and superior team- d t t ri .t. C C TEL) H.eceite, E5h19 o fr N o '247 is bo 11 i oAs9
Da.I-~ 'OE i.,,,kI CLYDE H.ur IAL heetine thbed fitte fow n offic ilae tilisT tie 4 ayo Ag.194
Day. ~~~~work displayed by the pilots and SIMMNONS CITY DRU STRilrt fCrti or fllfr~lIeenPoie lr tth ov -ol:-GSI urin
Lt. Cooksey has been awarded the ground crews who worked with us HEAD'S CASH DRUG STORE y. Florida. I1 onticello, Florida.
Cros, he irNo. 17. -Nov. 3-10-17-Ib4-Dec 1.Tile following are, hereby apopointed 'No. 12 NOv. -,-10-17-24 Dec. 1.
Distinguished Flying Cross, the Airm o w r s aourownworkeasierandconMedal with three oak leaf clusters tribute in no small measure to the and the Purple Heart. His E.T.O. l successful results obtained in transribbon also bears a bronze star, indi- porting paratroops and airborne forccating that he was in the invasion es and their equipment to the apof France.ponedetain
After spending 21 days here with In forwarding this commendation, his wife and parents, Lt. Cooksey General Eaker stated, "Forwarded
will report to Miami for reassign- with pleasure, noting another job wellI ment thru the Miami Beach AAF done."
Redistribution Station. Lt. Colonel Ernest H. Beverly L
__VI Latirinburg, N. C,, commanding of:'
S 3/c Fane E. Tucker is spending R
a 30 day furlough with his sister,:
Mrs. W. D. Southerland in her homeN
on Cherry street. He recently returned to the States after two years Hunting or otherwise trespassing i
on duty in Africa and the Europeanonm ladtw mie wst f
theatre. Monticello is hereby forbidden. y?
VSALLIE T. KUDER
Captain Charles K. Reed, serving Dec. 1
as liaison pilot in Germany, has been
awarded the Air Medal and the Silver
Star. The awards were made on
November 3rd. and November 4th. LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE
No facts concerning them or the do- B
tails of the citations have been made AND CATTLE TO
known. Captain Reed was formerly
ofMnielMONTICELLO STOCK YARD a-o
Private Win. F. Standley, in a let- IS-xo'
ter of October 20th, requested a sub- Auction every Monday, and get scription to the Monticello News. At Sale
that time the armored division to starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock I I S
which he is attached was resting at' Yards I M Hawkins, Mgr. vo4"
a Dutch farm in Holland. The men
were enjoying milk and eggs (both loa
land he has visted Pv.Atnde
prefers~E Begim He sasteBl
.NOTICE 1,' 1 gtE' 'o,-'
oiteic e, tl or ida. November' 15, 1944. eve ryon NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN that ptt Sosnit to f'llapter 194, Florida Stat- Erli .1. -" @,t'4' "; ~
tes, 1941, the following described 1.1 nd tin Jefferson Cotlnty, Florida, w ill I' i' ,,,~-' l -, ", ~ -. 11",,~ --I I0. .'~-"
ie offered for sale at public outcry for tile haigeest an d hott cash bid, at V '
tile Cotirt House, between the hours of fck P
front~li lins-he do'tsem oik
us~~~T somuh, e roe
ono ttue 4h, day of Decembe' P e44.l
Olve Genera HospitalAugusta,
If. Dat. of D2nd.scrt Sec. T i. Sc g s'
at~~~~ie the hopia whr"eiraptet
Octobe 1st the lieutenant was pro
242 9-m-37 oNWd I of SWa/r ri 2e25 8-5-40 SWat4 of NWhp i h o Obe
260 9-5-38 Lot 29 DB. T 328 Dilw lbsG Add. Mositinllo. C e S
234 8-7-319 Lot 1 Del- 1H 118 F. L. Simons Add, to Montieo. i e th e 231 8-4,41 Lot 1 Rik 6 D.B.JJ s 272 Fla. Land & Abstract Meda w
First~~~~RE Liuean o H mth 0
Co. Add, to Monticllo. Madison
229 8-4-41 Lot 24 Dilworrth Add, to Monticello. i 245 8-4-41 Inl NEl/E of SWu D.B. gu 45 10 IN se giv
2(4 8-5-40 Lot 7 D.B. WW 2 Giaveo Add, to Monticello. durin 274 8-1-40 Lot 13 Fo. L. Siullols Add. itll ticello. Is I,~g~I~ off .y" ,
219ft 8-4-41 South 7, Ft. Lots 10 & 11 F L, Simons Add. Mtonticllo.
119 9-2-35 In NE COr of SIVtil of _NE'4 ans lTe' D.B. Vi wt by th5e '' _0
Page 202 6 15 4E 3. oe Ils Itoey
131 9-7-36 In El, of SW/t as per, D.B. V Page 406 8 1S 4LE 1. 1 l'~tl ~~ "~'"''164 8-4-41 SET/4 of ,NEU. ex. R. R. 21 a eN C34 7 . .
2,,2 9-5-318 Pt Lot 4 D.B. LL P'age 88 Ditwortbs Add. Monticello. ''- "''0
CIRCUIT -COURT SEAL) T C rEr GrUp a
Clerk of the Circuit Court Jeffeison Conte, orida. No. 20. Nov. 17-24. MsnutbL.G elI C
Eaker, Commanding Genra ofth
AAFom where I Sit dit Joe Marsheat
Ed Carey Talks _U' F AS Johnny, b-c2a con I'iili';r about his IIom(Thanksgiving) Turkey . how it tires him to have to study at home . B 0
ngves him C headache? G o t Maybe he is suffering from the A L N E F
Bert~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~r andeshil dCry n gol men. ofi this Gru t ih toRK X
tion ofo themo splendidt cooeraio givenhin n or o e
his back porch. "What you dmu b y is going to our men overseas u s o
fig te cover during ope aton onD O R 7 i o
Ed?" he asks. And from where I sit, the aTake the film away . give h
"Pluckin' our Thanksgiving most important thing of all isn't 6ight for thejo he is doing . and hornework pioblcmns
turkey"' Ed replies, rationed. That's the Spirit ofan
ground crewsis who worke wit usdie ogo npto
"Looks like a chicken to meo" Thanksgiving! Today-as the l
says Bert "Looks like one to me ]lights are going on again all over -- o have the right light for the right job. Replace blackened
too," Ed allows. "But with so the world-theres more of it than Call on our Home
successfu reut obaie in trans-10 at ubsfr40wttjb
many turkeys goln'ptooourfightin' ever! And moop cause for it-as Service Represent es and-their natives to help you
men, some chickens go'od-.h4.er fdrns il t tue4 atblb o 0 ati"' tsfl. ia
gotto o a e pwer o rnes ye 0~' eysigt.solve your lightturkey-i job." freedom, tolerance, and human -.4ns-c11 takes its toll in ruined eyesight., \.
Guess that's the way Thanks- es
giving is going to be in a lot of f
homes this year. We'll be sitting pi at
L LORIt Poresl.leery
down to rationed foods and sub.ofstitutes-and being mighty glad
No. 103 of a Series Copyri 1944, Brewsing Industry Foundation ix N IA T EL C R CTIU T B C U E 1 S S i L C ih P
LIVEc STOCKI IT AUCTIO SALES I H "P
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1)7, 1944 THE M4ONTICELLO NEWS. MO0NTICELLO, FLORIDA FV
-"7 77 777 Z77, 1,
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On~~~~~~ conls inaso frns thousnds. .
oft' your fghtngemend are taigrupate
pte victoy. d Rem mbrthesplylnsry!. ~.4V4.4<
intePciifr ln n your fighting men ar ain>pte. y
menk will nee more mhatri ae than wasomrequredforthe ntie E rop an ivason 5.4 t crushthey Reaper foesuMA
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5.5,.545.~554444 4.,) .5 reachedd their goal. Let's not stop 4.5< 44~~4 buying Bonds until we've reached
p44>4 ours! In this 6th War Loan Drive,
<4 < .55<4 ~the Nation's goal is $14 billions
""'M~; our individual job is to buy at
.least an extra $100 Bond . another .5 < .5.4 ~'<.~'~ and then another. let's keep on
<4<4<4<4< 1 let's keep on saying it with Bonds
-4 544.55.5 4.454. . .5. . . .44 ."O n to T okyo!"
48LE S 4 ff # E TRA $100 RA FO N D! #4 o
six THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1944
Societyyou shouldn't keep both of them. habia nlegade, para haced au testaJust wait until Sadie Hawkins Day mentor.
W le and start after both of them and Perez me debe trinta y ocho pesos
Ava Ruth Sawyer spent the week- stick to the one you catch first. -dicto el avaro.
end in Jacksonville with relatives. Que lucidez-dijo la esposa.
number of MH.S. students at- A NEW CLUB, KIDS -Fernandez me debe cuarenta y dos
tended the Leon-Daytona football pesos-siguio i avaro.
venge forda their deea atlhase the hands tenwyoraie Qu rsniad nm-sg s
"Hoot" Walker went to Jackson- club for those interested in the class- epening yulle Saturday to attend the Georgia- ics, had its first meeting at thre home -A GterzIcdb tesino
STAFF Florida football game. of Virginia McIntosh. At this meet- pesos-siguio cs iPr b10
Next weeks Game tigers Up Billy Shealy has just had an oper- ing a constitution was formed and-Ya empieza a delirercomento Ia
thttor-in-Chief-Ava Ruth Sawyer nation for appendicitis. This was per- the colors, motto and flower werestnh av o
formed i the Little Griffin Hospital selected. Lucidez: clear thinking. Presencia de
Society Editors-Nell Whittle, Marly T rs nValdosta. After the business was over a do- animo: presence of mind.
Next week Perry Here This will Ann Clarke bouncing romity il
be the biggest game of the season Class and Club Editor-Violet Highernicely considering all a broken leg games and singing songs. The meetwils to offer. This injury was receiv- ing was adjourned and delightful eforward a long while to gaining re- Tvpists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- Came; making uncertain Whether or ed at our homecoming game. freshments were served by the hose- T g rR c r
avenge for their defeat at the hands Intosh. not the scheduled game with Cross Beverly Patterson, accompanied by ess.
of the Perry team in the opening Circulation Mgrs.- Robert Linton, City would be played. However a her sister, spent the week-end in At- We They
game of the season in Perry by 13-0. Betty Stokely short while before the scheduled open- lanta, attending the Tech vs. Tulane
The Tigers were a green team at Gossip Editor-Emmala Pate, Willie ing kickoff the skies cleared and so football game. -PA-IS OcO!et. 69 JaPery .------0 03
tha tine; since then they have come Gus Boland the game was started before a sur- (tovnlateenextissu)rOc. 13 adisn00 0
C Ca long way and expect to turn the Love-Lorn-Bettilee Bird prisingly small crowd. Those faithfuhfasleo enirnighig tsllBENAREPoETAtcts2vPehatories.7
tables on their ancient rivals front Joke Editor-Eleanor Folsom. stayed away missed one
igh sawmillahassee I hee arlier n ain Eio-Eey eetg
tesof t mes of the season, as After a brisk class meeting today, Un padre rcibio' de su hijo a Si- Oct. 27 Leon B.19 6
number of years since Monticello Blair. our Tigers took things in their own Nov. 13, at 12:15, the staff is begin- guiente carta; Nov. 3 Madison.12 7
teams have been victorious over Sponsor-Frances Mashburn. hands and under the guidance of their ning to get in the swing in a big r"Querido padre, estoy conquistando I Nov. 9 Cross City ---.19 7
Perry; feeling here is that this game ____________ new quarterback, Sonny Noegel, were way. fma. Necesito que mre envies cien Nov. 17 Jasper in Jasper
will change the course of history. It RESPECTFULNESS able to score three times during the Each one has been assigned his pesos para pagar mi hospedaje. Te Nov. 21 Perry Here
promises to be a thriller as both game to score 19 points. The Cmeoss
teams have excellent records. Perry Respect is a trait everyone of us City team took the opening kickoff has only one loss which was to High lnsed and have but do not enforce and drove down to the Tiger five andp to makesthe 194-4 efecnibles a orriP.D.epesd ecibrst o o o
Springs. They have victories overit to the best of our ability because yard line before being stopped. Early rip-roaring success! At this class carta he sentido vergenza de Cross City, Quincy, and Live Oak. Jw just do not think. We really and in the second quarter the Tigers put metnsuggestions were made bt'y mismo y he echado a correr detras N
While Monticello boasts victories truly, deep down in our hearts, mean on a sustained drive and finally went Mr. Hileman. One of the suggestions, del car tero que la lieva. Ruego a Oios ix IA R L L1.
over Cross City, Pelharn, and Leon Ito be respectful, but too often, the over when Luthei Davis went off wa oeettecasntbe squi no Ia recibas."
tha fans wil comet earl soas asabe to
High of Tallahassee. In the earlier lhasty life we lead makes us forget right tackle for four yards and a qucl spsil.Pocos dias despues, el hijo recibio I TRANSFER & STORAGE
'test the Perry team came out on the finer, met things of life. Ii, the score. Bill Floyd's attempted place- ]a resuta
ngeush we more less think of our- ment was wide. The score at the In other words the point of the Loc ind Long Distance
isodon between. Diki andTnnn
are planning their strategy tc Maybe if we did slow down and look 0. In the third quarter there were Te abraza.-Tu padre."
How doe at"dignifie (ihe ?)ar seniorok eios n mk h oenEqimn
everse at least the score angle come at the other persons side we would no scorinm het yete emo e' ok eiradmk h Echar a: to begin to. Hspedaje: Mdr qimn
hext Friday night, November 24. not act nojon the impuilse. as we are aiiy sigifficance. But early in the 1944-45 publication the best yet, and lodging'' Every Load Insured
Eight-fifteen is the time the opening inclined to do so often. We would fourth the Tigers pushed their way one that M.H.S. Will long remember. Office Phone 1099 Sh l find out that other people have feel to the goal line again with PLEASE! it's up to you! PUNTO de VISTA N rehene Phn 2029
that fans will come early so as to igs just as we do. Don't you think Sonny Noegel toting the pigskin it or can't we??? I think we canl and Se moia el avaro. A sit ]ado esta- Te allehuse, F33a. Gies
get located early as a big crowd isithat if you hadn't said that last across for the marker. This time will!-! That is, we will with the ban sul esposa y su escribano, que ,Ila
expected. hard thing to that person yesterday, Billy Floyd's. placement was perfect, complete cooperation of everyone.le- -------wyou would have one more friend to- putting the Tigers out in f'ont 13-0. We're counting on you!!!!! SEEN AND HEARD day? I have been hurt and I know A little later anr interception of a ~
that you, too, have been hurt through Cross City pass set up the thii'd Tiger SOOTHING SALLYI
George, when will there be aldisrespect and carelessness so let's score as Luther Davis intercepted o
"showdown" between Dickie and have a look at the other persons side the Cross City yard line. Two Dea Soothing Sally:
you? Marceline, you should be more before we say anything, hurt some- plays later Davis went over left I have two grave problems which Ck"~.? ctiy ,A~
keerful! l or lose a friend and b sorry we guard for twenty-five yards and the concer my whole future. One: a
Sddit-v n Blair. final Tiger score on a beautiful bro- cute I o' football player name of
Ho desa diniie () Assldistan Eio-EvelynPtero
feel getting a paddling? Must be' ___________ ken field run. As soon as this playlGeorgie who expresses his great ad- Spcajni hnsiig
rather humiliating, halh? NOTICE completed Coach Hileman sub- miainfor me fin all my inUnilTansgvig
Emmala, won't it be wonderfulSi stituted a second team onto the field. books and in the main streets
when Bill gets back into "dating con- Any boy who would like to take On the kickoff to Cross City the re- town. T'other: a mighty handsomme IAn $8.50 Cream Oil Permanent for
dition." dancing lessons see- Martha Ann ceiving team made a beautiful double m~n-about-town has been Courtin- I
We understand Ouida is now going Stelts or Joyce Cooper sometime next reverse to catch the Tiger subs nasp- me ever since football season Opened; $ .5
sping and ran for seventy-five long Of course I played hard to get but Violet, $150 bucks is anl awful lot discussed thenr. Come onl, all you yards down the north sideline. They then when I saw another girl a-teri
of o-r-mefo a ing Wode wht bysle's akeadvntge f tis p-thenr passed for the extra point. Moil- him I used the Sadie Hawkins Day
Pef' dor-efor ahig. Wodrwapoysrt'taky danaeo.ti p ticello was driving toward what look- method. Now I'm a-askin' ya, which "ok Y u etF rT akgvn "I
Pt'cesrtogtpotit.ed like another touchdown as time 'en should I pick for leap year9"L o Y urB s F rTh n gi n "
___________________ran out ending the game with the Green but Seen,
Tigers on top by a s e Sweet A
t eie r i the statistics Monticello led Ans. Phone 57-R BURLENE FINNEY, Prop.
at eleven first downs to seven for Sweet Marceline,
Cross City. Luther Davis was the Since there is such a man shortage
Friday Only Nov, 24 leading ground gainer for the Tigers
with 82 yards from scrimmage. Son- nDy Noegel connected with eight of
Lloyd Posey, owner of the Rainbow fourteen passes; twvo of which were IRanch Girls stage show originated good to Billy Floyd for 20 yards this show in 193, and has toured each. The eight pass completion the entire U. S. from coast to coast netted the Tigers a total of 86 yards. Lloyd is well tinown by all the
famous Western Stars, Tigerss Faa
He has just finished a tour with forgtS Roy Acuff, and the Grand Ole Opry, upon which he made pictures with A atTh theicll other peron sidewewul
Roy, Pee Wee King and Ernest sharpening his claw all week in prepgTubbs aration for the last invasion of h
h ino a r S foreign fields for this season as they
have made ready for Jasper in their
consists of music, modern and hill- Homecoming celebration, Mr. Hulebilly dancing, such as hula, tap, jit man has been smoothing out some of FLA
terbug, etc. the few wrinkles that showed up in
last weeks encounter against Cross
Music is furnished by guitars, manl- City. Pass defense has come in for4 dolins, bass and fiddles. Comedy a goodly share of attention as the
galore. Bulldogs have a strong passing athaetack; it is felt that if the Tigers eoreca stop this threat that her chan-- an evening of unsurpassed, clean en-ceofwnig vilbgralimAvEIAsidedaaoedadEche'
oe tn e nt r los ai n n frien and b eesorry w e
i proved. The Tigers broke even in graphic area, North East, South and West posOny hos-:0 .M. and 9 P. M. their last game with the Jasper team, seecrtiadnags-contributing to the
nyholding them to a scoreless tie in an weakee of all.
~ ~~~~~early season appearance here. Tiger But of all.ergoso hsgetlnntr
hopes are soaring for victory this Annfav the outh. Nre thre
time. especially Te pc ad te is
found the same unusual combinaon of raw materials and favorable conditions for industrial Friday OandNovew'
Lyadd agricultural production in close proximity The band led the Halloween pardn to large consuming markets. With its rich, naturalistrategiclocationamidhalimaturan
Tuesday afternoon. At the carnival 's ra resources, srtgclctoml lmt n
Lloyd Posey Tuesday night the senior band played a friendly progressive people, it is no wonder
Lloydnt isr well Hanown'e bygrm allmth
famos f the the South has made such rapid progress in recent
bersjftthssenior band are: Loren
Reichert, Joyce Cooper, Buster Bul- Oe O R lock, Steve Walker, Danny Monroe,
Eleanor Folsom, Nell Whittle, Franki IN~em yKE. res, head. h ln fopotntyi h
The Rainbo Ranch GirlaSho
consist ofly music, moder ander hill-A, c
INBiau w onid Evir Fely Rudd, BlaiJake Basseett, 4' The Seaboard Railway, a key railroad of the
Charles Dean, Bettie N. Davis, Jackie ~'g ~South, is proud of its contribution to the ecol Fountain, Mary V. Fountain, Charles nomic development of the area. Through its
Mui isne funihe byrth guitar, man
yIndustrial and Agricultural Development DeL d parents, as well as through other agencies of
laaus, Jevrning ofmoc MrarysNorfal
lydeau si, Sammy PlainesMary the railway, the Seaboard will continue to pa
Katherine Blair, Dell Chick, Ji.ne IN FORESTS and work for a more prosperous Southland.
Mays, Janet Wollner, Jack Hamilton Seaboard Railway, Nrok10, Virginia.
Jimmy Blackmon, W. L. Hrl
Edna Fraser, Andy Lacy and Bett
Miss Dickert has selected soCe of HA. the band members for an orchestra
which will be organized and playingMr in the near future.
NEW SCHOOL SCHEDULE INPWRGA.
Beginning last Mongay the Mon
ticello schools went on a nter or
schedule taking in at 9:30 and dismissing at 4:20 in the afterneca.
There has been a change in the lunch
hour; it is now from 12:30 to 1:30
Agame to scoren 19y points The Cross
Novelty-- Hat Check ooney rather than from 12:55 to 1:5 o p. f. A
MARINES ON REVUE LATEST NEWS & WAR EVENTS LN MAN*POWas
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1944 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO. FLORIDA SEVEN
tended church service here Sunday up and about her usual duties when CHARLES L. STILLMAN DIES deer in a day, and a total of two night. death came to her. iIN EVANSTON, LAST WEEK for the season. Quail bag for the day
Mrs. G. W. Warrants and Mr s. Mar- A native of Warsaw, Poland, Mrs. is 12 and 200 for the season. One
Stha Jennings, tea chers at Bethel, and Majews and her husband were forc- Charles L. Stillman, 87, died at the turkey can be taken in a day and no
Social A activities Mrs. C. M. McClellan of Waukeenah ed to flee their country under the home of his son, Charles B. Stilman, more than three in the season. Posattended the Florida Educational As- persecutions of the Russian rulers in Evanston, Illinois, Monday, Nov- session of a day's bag of 15 squirrels I _______________________ sociation in Tallahassee Friday. 'who dominated Poland at that time,. ember 6. is allowed while the season limit is
_________________________ _________________________ The largest crop of pecans in sev- The couple sailed from France and Mr. Stillman lived near Monticello 200. Among the migratory birds,
A. W. Brittle of Lloyd, was a bs- M.ad r.HeyEwrsoferal years has been gathered and sold on shipboard met a former resident for thirty years, fromt 1912 to 1942. the day's bag on dove is 10; duck, 10;
nessbsi visto intwaTedy. Lo d eevsrs Here ondTuesday. here this season. of this town who persuaded them to Surviving him is his wife, Mrs. geese two and coot 25. The duck
nes viitr i ton uesay. Llyd ereviitos hreonuesay Cane grinding has begun and will -come with him to Florida and reside Fannty B. Stillman, who had been his bag limit includes not more than one
Mrs. J. T. Cato of Bethel has en- Thomas Conniff of Aucilla was in not be completed until nearly Christ- temporarily in Monticello. This they constant companion for 61 years. wood duck, and in addition five sintered a Thomasville, Ga., hospital for town on business Tuesday. mas. did and their temporary stay became ____-~gly or in the aggregate of mallards,
an operation. I
an operation. a permanent one, for here they re- ulsD pintails or widgeons. Neither the
Mr. ilonHaito lftTusdy CHRIST EPISCOPAL lmained to the end of their lives. Rules For- Florida duck or the Black Duck are
Mrs. Hilton Hamilton left Tuesday
Mrs. Clyde Bro.wn of Jacksonville to visit her grandmother in DeFuniak CHURCH
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Springs. of town they settled down to farming (continued from page 1) relates only to the greenhead malDan Davis. E. L. Baxter, Rector and the raising of tobacco, and in rel is from November 20 through lard.
Donald Sexton accompanied his Sunday, November 19 time became citizens of the United February 15, inclusive, while in the
Mrs. B. 0. Bowden and Mrs. Mable mother, Mrs. Alice K. Weaver, to Holy Communion, 9:00 A. M States, Nam~ing their new possession First, Secon~d, Fourth and Fifthi dis- CHEIESE ~& SOAP
Lingenfelter of Tallahassee spent Live Oak for a business trip, Tues- Sunday School, 10:30 A. M. Poland Plantation in memory of their tracts no hunting is permitted on
Sunda her wit Mrs Bowens oilThere will be no service at 11:30 'former beloved land they constructed Mondays and Tuesdays after Decem I oNTA 11,'ROCERS: if )3oir wholeSunahre Bwith Mrs. Bodnssndy.Teyrtundyenedy A. M. as the m beso hita home which became a center Of her 1, except Christmas and New ;1e goce cahn t pwder you wnith
Miss Mary Lucile Cook spent the Church are invited to attend the or- hospitality and good cheer. Those Years days. The Third District is Wd aese, write for our rice list.
Mrs. D. G. Smith and Mrs. E. Bur- weenhre ithrmoeMs.dination of the Rev. Allen Bullen to Iwho were permitted to enjoy the Iin- open every day during the season. GENERAL PRODUCTS CO.
Mr.D.G Sihan rs u-week end here with her mother, Mrs.Molre oia
ton of Madison spent Monday after- John Cook in her home onl South the priesthood at St. John's Episcopal timacies of that lovely home presidedt Nimarods are limited to one buckMulreGegi
noon here with friends. Jefferson street. Church in Tallahassee at 11:00 A. M., over by its charming chatelaine and
_________at which time the Rev. Baxter w.11 her devoted husband will ever retain Sgt. George Scruggs has returned Judge and Mrs. James C. Lanierof t finest
Judg. ad Ms. amesC. anir rad te ltan. Iand most cultured Polish people, who
to his army camp in Pennsylvania of Jacksonville spent the week end Wednesday, November 22nd., Holyf
after spending ten days with Mrs. in Monticello. They were guests at A. New0 Ag. for
Theygg wer guestsa atCmuin 1: A .ciation with many of Europes nobil- A n u cn e g n o
Scruggs at Aucilla. the Dixie Hotel. I
Attaining prominence in many pro-__Mrs. Alfred Foster has returned Mrs. E. T. Leverett of Havana, a The Founders Crcle will meet at jects and industries connected with
from a two weeks' visit with her former resident of Monticello, was ti uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. o'clock o Moa N er 20 sie b n is socialy Mr.
Owens, in Birmingham, Ala. Barney McDonald. Mrs. E. L. Baxter will discuss "Gar- and Mrs. Majewski were ever ready
dening in Children's Literature." The to assist Iin all worthy endeavors anid _____________________Mrs. Josephine Tucker of Chatta- Miss Rosita Barrique of Havana, roll call is the botanical and common firm in their religious faith were act- . K K
hoochee spent the week end here as Cuba, is visiting here as the guest of nm o
guest of her son, Prof. W. L. Tucker, Mrs. L. M. Keen in her home in East containers for Pinney Hospital to they both were buried. at the Monticello Lodge. End. this meeting! Services for Mrs. Majewski were
held on Tuesday morning, November F __________ER
Mrs. C. W. Hamrick of Jacksonville Mrs. F. H. May has returned to her MIGNONETTE CIRCLE t
spent the week end with relatives and home in Florence, S. C., after a visit of Thomasville, Ga., officiating, asfriends in Monticello and Thomas- here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. The Mignonette Circle wiil meet at sister by the Catholic chaplain of
ville, Ga. J. B. Brinson. the home of Mrs. A. N. Watson, Men- [ Finney General Hospital. Burial was
Mr.ad r J S day afternoon at 4:45, with Mrs. E. in Roseland Cemetery.MJ in a
Mr ad rs oeShma ad Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bilinski and S. Blair and Mrs. Jim Lacy co-host- Lying at length in her white casket
house guest, Mrs. Ada Robinson oI Mrs. Leo Bilinski who have a coutry esses.
home near Monticello were visitors
Dallas, Texas, spent Thursday at here CIRCLEyoffe of lvn fensthose fo
Wakulla Springs and Tallahassee. here uesday.
The Nosegay Circle will meet at could only be glad for, their two, SPPLY ST O R E
Misses Frances and Mary Kate Mr and Mrs. Ernest Clark of Tal- 4:15 Monday at the home of Mrs. T. friends, who lovely in life, in death Stubbs of Gainesville spent the week, I lahassee were week end guests of the B. McDonald with Mrs. Thomas Fol- were united forever. -E.C.B. Monticello, Florida
end here with their parents, Mr .and former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. som and Mrs. 0. H. Hughes co-hostMrs.E. Stbbs Mis MA-goClark, in their home on Bloomer St. esses. The chairman urges a full Mrs. E. M. Stubbs. Miss Margo
Crisp, of Gainesville, also was a guest attendance as at this meeting names
in the Stubbs home. Miss Evelyn
-~perxI at the alaval hospital in wl edanfrCrsms h n
Mrs. Frank Maxwell returned toJacksonville spent Saturday and Sun- CHEROKEE CIRCLE
her home in Jacksonville Wednesday day here with her sister, Mrs. N. B.
Carmichacel and other relatives. WLO
after a visit c several days with her The Cherokee Circle .11 meet at We are proud to announce the appointment of
cousins, Mr .and Mrs. M. H. Wilson the home of Mrs. B. J, Hamrick, on
in their homc ci East Washington Mrs. T. S. Braswell, Mrs. E. W. Monday at 3:30. Mrs. J. W. Middle- SAWYER FARM SUPPLY STORE as Agent for
street. Carter, Mrs. J. B. Hore and Mrs. F. ton in co-hostess. The cir asks in Armour's BIG CROP Fertilizers in this section.
A. Brink attended a district meeting that all remember to brnjg gifts for Armour~s is made here in Florida, with formulas
of the Womanis Club, held in Live the war services project to, this mneetDr. E. S. Bippus and his brother, Oak on Tuesday. ingl
Howad Bppisof heelngW. V., ng.based on the soil and crop needs of this area. To
Howard Bippus of Wheeling, W. Va., ___gu -ests atteDxeHtlad GenCosy emi /,r-Make Every Acre Do Its Best, be sure you get BIG
are gussat the Dixie Hotel and Gln CokeSaa 1cr- M HAEA AEWK
while here are enjoying fishing trips turned to Whiting Field, Milton, Wed- CROP. Our n
in the county. CRP Oune AgnSWE FRM UPL
intecut.nesday, after spending several days Mcaea ajsi, ifofLoComing to
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. MihlnaMjwkwf fLoSTORE, will endeavor to carry a complete stock at
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Fraser and two James Coo Majewski, deceased, born in Warsaw,
children haertundt their home o
children have returned to their home West Washington street. Poland, September 29, 1871, d i in KA H R N all times, but we urge you to see them now, and
in Atlanta, Ga., after a visit of sev- Monticello, Flori 19 order early to be sure of your supply.
eral days with their cousins, Mr .and The Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Hunter e
Mrs.Joe Huhes Jr.had s gestson Snda Mrs Hun edand saddeded Saturdaty morning T E T E
Mrs. by the news of the death of Mrs.
Mrs MmieB.Walac, ne f heer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Michalenia Majewski, who suffered a Mrs. Ma B. Wallace, one of theand daughter
junior high school teachers, is a Miss Jewell Dees, of s h a and expired im- ARMOUR FERTILIZER W ORKS
patient in the Archbold Memorial a mediately. 10 1 1
Hospital, Thmasiere Ga., wheree sheo Mrs. Majewski had been in failing -Dec. 10J 1 -Jacksonville, Florida
Hospital, Thmasville, Ga., where she, ac
underwent health ever since the death of her
underwent~dkti anoeainMna.D of T A K husband, several years ago, and
Lamar Allen, CCM, and wife are though in very frail condition was
visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. We take this means of expressing Herbert Allen and Mr .and Mrs. Obie to our friends, our thanks and appreAllen. They are also visiting, dur- ciation for the many acts of kindness lg his leave from the Navy, with shown us during the recent illness their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and death of our loved one. Dan Davis. Mrs. J. G. Walker and Family. Hlavea"C k = Ad lnec n amui !
Mrs. Maggie Collins and her daugh- COTTAGE PRAYER MEETING. ter, Miss Mary Collins, had as their Ms l i
guest for the week end, Corporal e at l ha
Douglas Frost, of McGregor, Texas. Thanksgiving Cottage Prayer meetCpd. Frost, who is stationed at Harris log at w o'clock P. M. November 21, 'Jill Ceck, Townsend, Ga., isa a grandson at the following places: Mrs. A. L. f Mrs. Collins. Chick, Mrs. Steve Walker, Mrs. I. W. L
Shepherd, Mrs. Margaret M r. .The
pA. b is at te odd a dit ric m eeting
at Camp Sutton, N. C., with Mrs. G
Keen and their children, Susanne and MRS BALEY HOSTESS TO Wed-1i l Ili W I
Martha Lou, spent Monday here withn BRIDGE CLUB THURSDAY
the Tformer's mother, .Mrs. Ld MMsKeen JMes. Cooksey i e thei hoes on, l!'
Thursday afternoon of last week to
Tallahassee and will soon return to He
North Carolina. member. uetsonI
er b r iher i anwser, Mr. i
Mrs. Thomas P. Denham of Jack Mrsa ees we dued
sonville spent last week end with dcrtn h iigro hr w 1 \ \I ,
Miss Jtables of players enjoyed the games.
anWhen scores were toa of
aF. H. May, of Florence, S. C., was
Hebr lenadM and Mrs. bi
accompanied here by Mrhere S undS. Dilworth Clarke, Jr., also of Jack- Jwre M ig Car, o e prize Latei Mrs. 1rf'4
G tMrs. G. W.rr, Arra and Mrs. Marsonville, who went on to Thomasvillet socitionin allaasse Frday
with Mr. Clarke's brother-in-law ander sister, Mr. and Mrs WilaWleauk~V~'4 ~/\\~
aMrs. W. W. Summerford is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Happy Lawrence, of; Mr. and Mrs Greer in Orlando nor aw few days imas.
Melbourne are visiting Mrs. Law- das Iit i/,j
rence's parents, the Rev, and Mrs. J. Mrs. Elmer Foster of South Jack-L
L.Hunter. Mr. Lawrence is chief sonville spent the week end here ~~jf
instructor in athletics at the Mel- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ii.L
bourne Air Base. Their small son, Charles M. McClellan. Happy Jim, was baptized Sunday at Miss Mary Helen Colson of Jack-S
the morning service in the Methodist sonville left Sunday afternoon to re- w n getting a in
Church by his grandfather, the Rev. tCrn to her work after two days with Mr. Hunter, who is pastor of the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Col- Music makes friends among our Latin-American neighbors, as it does
church. soh.u iust: .
________ Ted Colson, who spent a 30 day here at home. There's another custom that helps make friends even faster.
Alvin E. Montgomery, SK 1/c U.S. furlough here with his parents, Mr. It's tepuethat rfehswith ice-cold Coca-Cola. Have a "Coke" is an invitaNavy, who has been in the Mediter and Mrs. J. F. Colson, expects to ranean area for the past nine months leave soo Infeor Bethesda, Maryland, tion of welcome as quickly understood in Guatemala as in Georgia. In many
arrived the first of the week to spend of the week for Bethesda, Maryland,n r nd ho
an 18 day leave with his wife and where he will enter a government s "Coke" Coca-Cola
their small daughter, Phyllis, and his hospital to complete treatment for that it is in your own living room.k'naulfopplrnme
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mont- malaria contracted in service. He
gomery. Mrs. Montgomery joined gave some of his experiences Ii war BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY tons Tht's frihdy you ear
her husband in Jacksonville where at the Methodist Church Sunday
they were week end guests of her night. MONTICELLO CCCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
.Mrs. B. C Lewis of Wacissa at- d "Ga
sistr, rs.C. L Swat.i _____________________________dening_____in__Children's______Literature."4 Th CThCe
The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla. Friday, November 17, 1944
IMPROVED Pineapple Holder For Quick Cough
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL For Pots and Pans Relief, Mix This
Soug iseryoyourhild Syrup, at Home
add At betie ruVcksVpou
LNo Cooking. No Work. Real Saving. By HAROLD L. LaNDQUIST, D D Here's an old hore mixture your
U ,Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.moerpbayusdbtorea rReleased by Western Newspaper Union results, It is still one of the most efnedn festive and dependable, for coughs du
e ie to colds. Once tried, you'll swear by It.
cinLesson November It's no trouble at all. Make a syrup
agway, r, t W by stirring 2 cups of granulated sugar
S ini er rh p and one cup of water a few moments
cold. At bedtime, rub Vicks VapoRub ."KLetedond couyrgtead byipur ntentional until dissolved. No cooking is needed.
sag tet k oyrigus byuIat ernausedab Or you can use corn Syrup or licmud
O oat Council ooney. instead of sugar syrup.
at prize VapoRub starts to work to Permiission. o.~ 6 o u une fPnxIt
.teetnw home 21 uce fPexIt
wking v'elcome, relief as it. CpITANTiND ~ ~nt bottle, and add your syrup. Thie
g makes a full pintof truly splendid
DEMOCRACY cough medicine, anid gives you about
cbhiklncw ca's four times as much for your money.
yLESSON TEXT-Mark 12:1317; Romans It keeps perfectly and tastes fine.
medicinal vapora 8 And you'll say It's really amazing
aOLD T be laoChrs for quick action. You can feel it take
GOden mea e to nhr's boldpromptly. It loosens the phlegm,
's Galatrans 6:2. r soothes the irritated membranes, and
tfr e ari akh elps clear the air passages. Thus it
Bar or govrbular. cai
a eases breathing, and lets you sleep.
VaouipntaigsiuaigNdivine authority, for God's Word Pines: Is a special compound of
re does not prescribe any special form proven Ingredients, in concentrated
Ngfr itorelieve muscular sore, of government. But (and this is most Aaction on throat and bronchial memandrtnt ths reachedle quckronn
enees madey offunatural rubber.se Speed, loa aih n dss nfl latiogton areo e er w y
m irritation in upper breathing pas- h h government should be estab
ainanbrnWecm oro----lished are clearly given in God's______________. i ortant the her i whichle accoun
the usersU b ein ca uted9 Word an th fom o rul whch 89 EEPIn place. Tame that unruly
giya dul cto.Itstm-tsebest'fits into the teaching of the Symbol of Hospitality, EE look. Add lustre. Keep
hosty-preli. the bes knwhm Word necessarily calls for our inter- AS GOOD-LOOKIN as a real, YOUR hair well groomed with
scriedyfrreiev-estand uppot. orolneHair Tonlec Large
fing seriess ofyuC K S A s n uprgolden-skinned pineapple!l It HAIR bote2c Sold everywhere,
diildren's colds. VVA PORU V We find in the Bible the declara- Is a crocheted potholder, 7 inches_____________tion that men are equal in the
.hig gentl wit inpset stoach Don'to
sidd to the, upset withnen ovrdse of
anta cid.o m i yellow crochet thread. The green MARRIED 10 YEARS?
be a ministry for God (see last leaves at top are crocheted Sep- Happy, peppy and as full of vi and
Week's lesson), receiving its author- arately and then sewn on. Very vigor as the day you were married? Or,
ty from Him and serving Him in makes a has making a home, raising a family
eamily upset.e an
I'ABOUT Thanksgiving Favorite . Turkey With Cranberries! exercising that power. Men are to most unusual shower or Christmas and hard work made you feel like an old
meetbe loyal to the government bey sian or old woman? if you're always because they are loyal to God. Firsttired out, feel Jagy and run-dow-your Turkey Talk Our lesson carries forward the a symbol of hospitality! So give system may be functioning under a vita.
PAgi DnrtcnoltuaOtlu your friends this lucky "pineap- minmineral deficiency. Try the Vitantead ple" holder at the Christmas sea- Berles 10 day treatmnt.-A special
thatd combination of essential minerals and
hisotim e evr os The Christian Citizen is son. 2,000 uits of Vitamin B-i. No reason
day of thanks-thanks for the why married folks shouldn't be as pep
Mary rubber items in common b ou nt y o f t he "RatTurkey With Oyster 1. Subject to Both God and Coun- To obtain complete crocheting Instruc- py and romantic as the day they were
wes are shaped at the factories in ~ .year, our good Stuffing try (Mark 12:13-17). tons for the Pineapple Potholder (Pattern married. Vita-Beries only li.00 at your
glatnHis devotion to God and the things No. 5789) sketch of stitch used, send 16 drug store.
smla pextrdn and ahchtin fortne oumar- ilet ravyrre of God is to be expected of the Chris- cents in coins, your name, address and VITA-BERLES SALES COMPANY
acts much like the vedsntarW mayhe SpedPtt Caberie tian. We almost said that it is taken the pattern number. 12630 Superior Ave. -Cleveland, Ohio
miea grinder. Rubber, mixed with hav wrion Ho ol for granted, and sometimes that is S dyu re o
waabout __ouaboutPAOointment sheiicalsis extruded In any shape pot ao Ben it
desired-round, square, rectanqu. anings lif al reBaswths e BthsurelyIifnherislatfollower
licr or tubular, acn the budg- Brown Butter Sauce oife Buit huel mus be devte oHimw53 SouthG WellsE St.ED hicWO.
et, but hasn't it been a good year in Orange-Onion Salad with En0cose 1ets or P atte
The critical operating tem. spite of it all? Yes, so good! French Dressing and to His cause.
wrodsure in a tire is about 240 Our day of thanks is appropriate- Celery Curls Pickle Fans But what about his country? That No-____degrees at its hottest point, relation appears anew in the strikcnd is reached quicker in a lyclbae iha odafatOie amdes
synthetic rubber tire than T as can be set upon the table. The Pumpkin Pie Ing story of Christ and those who
time made of natural rubber, turkey is frequently the queenly bird Beverage came to test Him, yes, to trap Him_______________ _______________speed, load and inflation are that sets the tone for the whole din- *Recipes Given with a skillfully worded question.
chief factors in developing Ter, so let it be proud and beauti- for itssidenation o Pa te R nde
21m, ~ ~~ year, ourc goodsfo o tsdmntono aesie n
full. fo pound butter or substitute the Herodians, who supported Rome
fire users being cautioned To Roast Turkey. 11/ teaspoons salt in its control of the land, were eneabout respecting them. Rub inside cavity with salt, %/ tea- 1/4_1/ teaspoon each, marjoram, mies, but they joined forces to V#Odd 0 4 4,/
spoon or less to each pound of brd. sage or tempt Christ. They knew that if He
Place enough dressing in the neck I teaspoon poultry seasoning said "Yes" to their question, the60
to fill the cavity nicely. Fasten skin 1/4 cup minced onion Jews would be angry, and if He said can't res.'
to the back. Stuff cavity well but al-st rasist. do not pack too tightly. Truss, then
grease skin with unsalted fat which crust removed, if desired. Drop into a traitor to Rome. has been melted. Lay in pan on a a large mixing bowl. Add butter The trap was set, but it caught If we have buns
which has been cut into cubes only the crafty hunters. Taking their good as these
rack, pfel n onhed back Measure seasonings and blend with own pocket money He declared that every morning!
ast on, ae t un thae ra bread and butter. Mix in onion and if they used Caesar's money they tu ownrduke in thios. stuff bird. ought to pay taxes to Caesar. The PEG: We, we
tovtrougotthe rostingd perod., Variations coin stood for an orderly govern- can . easily.
thatvets th fto itned h otin
then roast at constant "prtr Celery: Add 2 cups finely chopped ment, benefits of which they enjoyed And ry new,
uniltndr trin ir o h o-Celery which has been sauteed par- and which they ought to support.qucreiess untlner, oltrig erdad bteautiToay Roas Turkey.ia il eae i
posite side, still back ups Turn bird
breast up when about half done. Do Egg: Add 4 well beaten eggs. duty to his country whether it be to Iest whichpusI
not sear, cover or add water to the Oysters: Add 1 pint or more of pay taxes, to take part intelligently i xr ianm
pn re tea on o drained oysters, chopped or left in its government, to defend it, to
place enoughl medrssingn cth nec
it dried out. whole if small. pray for it, or otherwise to show his
Cut trussing string between drum- Add raw or pre- love. One of the blots on the Chris- HM MM. AND
sticks after about an hour of roast- heated in 2 table- tian church is the lack of civic right- JUST THINK, FOLKS!
Tn of th bt- Couess on the part of many of its FLEISCHMANNS S
do nthi releases tihly drusts eneuebes
slightly for better cooking of the ter. whiche oed to Both B eES
thigh, im proves the appearance of Sba k dd 1 N e o ( o 13:8-10).
the bird on the platter and facill- -I pound sau-\
tates carving, sage meet or tiny The Christian loves his brethren; ADE IAINSA FLEISCHMANNS NEW,
stsausages cooked indeed that love is one of the tests AND 0 AS WEL AS REVISED EDITION OF THE
tion until brown and a by which we may know that a man VITAMIN COMPL FAMOUS 'BREAD BASKET
Move the leg by grasping end this truly born again (I John 3:14). FULL OF RECIPES FOR
bone. If the drumstick thigh joints reak mtnt. But that love reacifes out beyond
until tender turnin bir t'oS theY op-D$
break or move P small chunks before cooking. Omit the circle of the brethren and ROLLS AND SWEET UNS
easily, the turkey touches every man who has need of
is done. If a ther- You can add more holiday spirit it. The teachers of the Jewish law THOSE VITAMINS
pand sought to circum scribe that co a
g en tle w ith U p set storm a ch on t m o m e te r is u se d t y o u m a i y u r n g o u
dd to the upset with overdoses of it should register ired cranberries, spiced with lemon word "neighbor," but the Lord ef- BREADS WITH N WRITE NOW
ivmbacidis or harsh physics. Soothing an internal tem- / and cloves to your turkey dinner as fectively dealt with that viewpoint -'- GREAT LOSS IN THE
PTO ISMOL is not laxative, not perature of 19ik a relish: in the story of the Good Samaritan
andacd It helps cailm and soothe F. when placedSpcdCabris (Luke 10). OV EN. BUT Be SURE For your free
i.t stomach. Pleasant to the taste All Thisreleasesenerdru
-c ldren like it. Ask your druggist inside in center of of the the vtlmatte o onalre- ,
thigh, imroe thertappearancetof
Qth cye bi plce in Braon t pds
=&sk wt cle.OB1O whe yoace itn nsd hihms 2V2 cups sugar, lationship are summed up in the one Ganex ao47
A NORWICH PRODUCT the center of the stuffing, it should 2 cup water admonition, "Love thy neighbor as
register 180 degrees F. 1 2-inch sticks cinnamon t)r
e iteasp oon w h ole clov es th ere l e n o a d on esty, N .
Roasting Time Table 2 tablespoons lemon juice trie o ilhere will be no social__ __ __ __ __dishonesty,_ __ __ __ __ __ __
Oven Total Grated rind of 1 lemon theire o te per or pr o
Weight Tempera- Roasting 4 cups fresh cranberries o a othe for"o orket
pure Time 9n
SeCombine sugar, water, spice, ill to his neighbor."
i10 lbs. 325 deg. F. 3-i drse lemon juice and rind and boil to- This is the real "good neighin14sid thig mus- 1s- hs
14-18 lbs. 300 deg. F. 4-5 hrs. gather 5 minutes. Add cranberries bor policy." Even between nations, Spaigo tfigand cook slowly, without stirring we need more real love and less efSpeaking ofo Stufin until all the skins pop open. Chill fort to impress one another by dipThr' edraon whyr PAZO eInt There are several different types to serve. lomacy and good will expeditions.
.4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ce Ielor rmsml te. f plafngwc in e sdo
Ai hAeen usoohed bysoman ions ofcentl In the matter of pumpkin pie, Let there be S political manipulaFAZ ontmntsothe iflmedaras the bird. There is the basic bread either pumpkin or cooked squash to n oelvnadw hl
ituicehas stuffing which may be varied in at may be used. Be sure that it is
PAZO ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Oe Totaluriae .dne.fn urnihobohproa
least five different ways: seasoned according to the recipe as and national, responding in kind.
"rnrs.Tir. A O inmntled B ea tu f Tim
intore eTid PZointent tlendgBea.tufn most people object to a too promi- Love draws out love from another.
W It' Y easy to.e. PAZO i 8. (For 12-16 lbs. of turkey) rent flavor of spices that jump III. Submissive to Both the Law of
iicatiii simple. thoroug.h. Your doctor 11/ pounds loaf bread, stale out at them when they eat the Pie; God and Man (I Pet. 2:13-17).
10-14 Pie. "Fear God" (v. 17); that is, be
LynnSay3/4 cup brown or white sugar eager that there is no failure on
Speaking of Stuffing
There ae Sras different typesr at oplaei
Steaspoon cinnamon His law. That we expect of the
Trussing Turkey: Insert needle teaspoon ginger Christian. Bint we expect more; he
through breast through rib at the 2 whole eggs or 4 yolks, beaten is to be a law-abiding citizen, base of1101 theE thihs Drw:or 11/ cups sieved pumpkin obeying the laws of his country "for
as ba (For 12-1 lbigs. of a turkey
through and pull string across by 1 cups scalded cream or milk the Lord's sake" (v. 13).
throughThe believer may, by his godly pulling cord through openingsto his over EURITIS.LUMBAGO formed by folding wings triangu- roughly. Add eggs. Blend and then
lar shaped onto the back. The beat in pumpkin pulp. Add scalded
needle does not go through the norant criticism of foolish men who
flesh here. Tie cord at the side would have us think that being a
(where needle was first inserted) lowed to dry in a refrigerator for Christian makes a man a weakling, making body of bird compact. Or so other-worldly that he is usePut in part of dressing through the pumpkin mixture. Place on hot- less in this world. vent opening. Then insert needle tom of preheated oven, 400 degrees Our freedom in Christ is not an ISE AOt AS IlIECIED between two bones at each drum- F. from which rack has been re excuse for careless or wicked liv41 M INCti IMS or BI MAIL i rt soouof rsi stick joint and bring cord around moved. Quickly Pour in remaining mg. Not at all-just the opposite in G,~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ t th tal through thes backbone.ecodSypom. s yu
EliIWS O.Is. AISAWILE4.l~~tUA to the tail, through the backbone, mixture. Bake 10-12 minutes. Place fact. We "honor all men." How can doctor about those famous pain-relieving agents, methyl
Tie securely. pie on a rack quickly replaced in that be done? Only by the grace of salicylateandmenthol.Ben-Gaycontainsupto2 times
The neck opening offers a place oven. Bake until' custard is set. Cool God; but by His blessing we can do more of these ingredients than five other widely offered
~FRST to insert part or all of the stuffing on a rack, it. That makes for the real appreciFUROFAO U R ~~which should be filled to make rbi.AidBnGywsepcal eeoe o
whicht shod e fille o mked ation of man, which is the very foun- children's delicate skin. Get genuine Ben-Gay!
breast and neck well rounded. Get the most rom your meat! Get you nation of our democracy. If it
Fold neck skin under wing tips meat roasting hart from Miss Lynn Cin. means anything, it must have as its and string to keep in stuffing and bers by writing to her in care ol Western foundation principle the supreme make a nice appearance. After 210 South Desplaines value of human life and the dignity
C1 01L, E6 6 rostin reove ordbefoe srv. Street, Chicago 6, 1ll. Please send a of the soul of man.
roasting remove cord before serv-setqmdressed envelope for yow d Preparations as directedeply.
Released by Western Newspaper union.
The Monticello News. Monticello, Fla. Friday, November 17, 1944
Fun for the hole Family
I use this great rub for'
SPARKY WATTS By BOODY ROGERS
YOU DON'T MAY5E NOT, I WISH MY -- HAVE TO 'A--- --PUPPIES LIKE NOT HE ONLY CHEW5
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COSMIC RAY5 DOWN I'D SHRINK AN' SHRINK --THEY'RE TOO WE' SETTER FULL OF COSMIC SHOES ARE
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TEN THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1944
Florda B y 'Iinssays "I wish I could tell you more Isouree of vitamin A. One medium has noc re asoni to beIev e thatI a ny o thber NOPIA 50adyfo aHPtAlN oo
Floridaabout them, I don't want anyone to potato, spread with utter m ts person association or corporate has
any inteUest direct h indiectin
think I am hogging all the glory." daily allowance.) said stock, bonds, or other securities
U S. Highest Award [L.ocal committees are planning a Use two cups grated raw sweet than ned asTEE BsoE Taxte Book aren nowopnorth for you a maximum of 40 days
fitting homecoming celebration an oato, 2 eggs well beaten, and 1 cup Editor, payment of County Taxes. A ec er
Ft. Meade, Nov. 22- (FNS) Citi- coufty
zens of Ft. Meade and South PolkOctob, 194. 3.00on Laboratory Charges
zen o F. eae nd ouh ol hapd ponth rtunig er. milk, 1 teaspoon lemon juice and 1-2 (ISEAI) II BOWDEN lowed for payment in November. 10.00 on Medicines and Bandages.
County are planning a monstrous teaspoon rind or 1-2 teaspoon cinna- ',iootary Ptblic
celebration in honor of the town'sMah 43 5.00on Ambulances to or from
ceeraininhno fth ow'ISTATE NUTRITIONST SAYS !Mon, 1-2 teaspoon ginger, 1-2 tea- 1R.___________ J. T ayo Hosptal
returning hero, Cpl. James H. Mills, USE PLENTIFUL FOODS spoon cloves and 1-2 teaspoon salt IA'. X-yaH s
21 year old Ft. Meade boy on whom Place pudding in greased baking CLASSIFIED A Tax Collector 2X the cost).
bestowed the Congressional Med-Charges. was bsoethCogesoaMo- Vera Walker, State Board of dish; bake in a moderate oven 45 No.___ 19.Nov_1724.5.0_o____________Tretmets
al of Honor, the highest award the 50 nPyl-hrp ramns
alo ootehgetaadteHealth nutritionist this week reminds minutes, stirring once during the FOR SALE-20000 50 pound onion I50.00 for Emergency Care away
Army offers. housewives that onions, peanut but- cooking. Serve with cream. mesh bags and 4-5 bu. citrus fruit
As a scout on the Anzio beachhead ter and sweet potatoes arc not only Happy eating! mesh bags for pecans and sweet QUICKbaheIad FROM 5.00 fr home.
Mills distinguished himself in a man- plentiful foods this month, but are O TilE I potatoes. 5c each. J, F. Caldwell Symptoms of Distress Arising frFO
ner that places him in the class of rich in vitamins and therefore "good MAN.WEMENT, E'C., REQUIRED t & Son, Tampa Wholesale Produce
the famed Sergeant York. for you". 'SHE AC'I'S oF CONGRISS Or AUGUS' Market, Produce, Florida (Tampa) ULCERS
4,1912, ANDI MARCH 3 19533 of Til rie or Phone24
But let Mills, who is now a pa- Echoing the War Food Adminis- monticello News, published weekly at N DUE To EXCESS ACID
tient in Finney General Hospital, tell ration's appeal that more of the Montwello, Floria for Ocober 1, 1944. FreeBookTellsofHomeTreatmentthat PROFESSIONAL
his own story. tTATE OF PLORIDA
tre fod b srve, hereoredCOU NTY OF JEFFIO 8s FOR SALE- One pure strain White Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing INSURANCE CORPORATION
"We were in the rear of the beach- to her privilege as an authority to Befote e a notary public in and for Rock Rooster from famous Curry head training for two weeks after I list some unusual (and tempting) re- the State and con aforesaid. PaREATMENThaveeensoldforralierof
jpersonly anepedid Kcathley Bowdeto, heroutfymptomsofistresarisingomtamach joined the outfit. cipes for their preparation, who having been duly sworn according Ill. Phone 93-W. ite. and, Duodensl Ulcers due to Excess Acid- Tallahassee, Florida
to law, deposes and say s that be is it, eo Dasinesi, Souror Sleplses etoc., NAE.
"When the big push came to' Take onions, those luscious mem- editor Of the Monticello News, and break out of the beachhead we bears of the lily family, the tasty that the, folowin1 is to the best due to Excess Acid. Sold on 15 days' trial]
found ourselves advancing through of lil know'ed oon belief, a tru Ask for -Willard's Mesae which fully ADDRESS
ditches under a baptism of fire.'r oipimanagefde l r s aL!J~d~ur h ,m nwiL u m rB expla nsths te tm entfree -at
dicene ats ffr. "must" in dishes that are different mient. etc. of thre aforesaid rubrication B. W. Johnson & Son Drug Store TOWN.
"I was new to all this and hardly and which also contain precious vit- tor the t o c
knew what I was doing" Mills said, in ouxd1)thAcofugs24TH R E
kne wat ws din" Mll sadamin C, according to Mrs. Walker. 1912, as amendeod b the Act of March -;a_ lE~oFo~ok I_______________________ ____"First I ran across two Krauts as I First she recommends a salad-an 3 1932. embodied in section .37, Postal I Laos and ItegulatioS Jo inted Oin the1
approached a strong point. They orange and onion salad (honest!)-- ,ecerse side of this foim, to wit. SUNDAY-MONDAY, Nov. 19-20
were as surprised as I was. I firediserved in alternate slices on lettuce, 1. That the names and addressee o are:,ublisher, athley Bodnagn e10 hePu pl H ar
and one dropped. The othher sur- doused with French dressing. Then The Purihi eo a i t
rendered. We moved on ahead and I there are scalloped onions and nea- ticelo. Florida. An astounding production dramatic
ran into another Kraut. He was pull-'nuts--and this is the way you do it.,0 Kcathlc% Bowdon, Mantiel- in Yank courage on the Tokyo raid
ing the pin from a grenade butFloilda.
in tepi ro agend bt Measure 3 cups of slightly boiled Managing Editor, KeathIcy Bowden. and afterwards! afs
when he saw my gun leveled at himlonions, 1 cup of ground roasted pea- Monticello, Florida. SOUTH AMERICAN SWAY
he surrendered. Another one popped nuts, 2 cups thIn white sate, 1 cup 2. That the oner is: The Monticel- Latest Victory News
up and I killed him. I moved on cau- bread crumbs, blended with a little Keathisy Bowden. Monticello, Flord. tiously around a bend and came upon Melted fat. Make alternate layers of 1 ziowdeo. I Florida. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
si Gran, hy er.anut IMattlo Lingenfetet, Tallahaissee, l'loi- Nov. 21-22IL
six Germans, they were anout 40onking ia.
feet away and they opened fire. dish, and top with bread crumbs. -. That the known bondho V
Luck was with me. I couldn't doB 20 o or oldin 1 cnd thor securty h Y Quantity Rights Reserved
anything but mov forard firingn2 in ,,bg0.hodn Ipet rn
anything but move forward, firing utes or until brown. of [tt;:. oal Oti f b od", mortgages. With Anna Neagle-Richarud Greene PIG PORK & GEORGIA YAM SALE!
from the hip. They seemed to get Then there is peanut butter soup or ohat cank, tie F s a
demoralized as I kept on walking to- (peanut butter, say those who know, 4. That the two d xt Fresh Cut Whole Fresh Cut Pig
ward them. They surrendered. is rich in protein, also contains iron aboce 5. and of t hoti lb 2
"Te ex Grmn e etsr7an Bviarin iekhflei. ndrentylo~lir 1 H t hekHoney Ha s lb 2 c Sides l
"The next German we met sur- an B v I contin not oNillh list of sto( H m b
rendered. Further on I was fired on Heat 1 quart milk, 1 bay leaf, and holders and aeI holt"er as tbey Fresh Made Fresh Whole
by machine guns and rifles. I killed 1-2 ctp peanut butter in the top of uctitton the 1)01.' ot the comlt i THRFE NAVE BANDS
the machine gunner and the others a I I or ity "tde apesiioi ARt Sausage lb Shouldersib25c
ran. I killed one of them as he ran. with a little water to make a a hooks of the company ,s trustee It in Latest News and War Events an i)ler fidicutc, relation th~e mimrsCtLa TneSlcdPr
"Then another machine gun op- smooth paste. Add this to hot milk opf the prsoit oc atio fi, Iran Chops lb 29c Liver lb 21c
ened up on me. I fired into the nestimixture, stir and cook until thick s"c trustee is acting, is given; also GENE AUTRY
and held their attention as my out-Iened. Add 1-2 teaspoon celry saY atte solt two raitig affiantfii fit came up and cleaned it out. We asp i c en n laeief a tit l i eRgi
took 22 prisoners without a cas-IbalefSevwihaltlchpe IIode si oliioB osa d a desHls fGora s
ualty."stockholders ad secuit hold h
ualty!"parsley as a garnish, do not aittear .po the books01 the. Your favorite Westernei in a ro
Corporal Mills, then a private, Now comes a pudding made of company as tiatees bold stock tItil for glory and romance.
tciires inI a cc pacit ~-Other than, that Cato Ssreroeiealpcias nSoe
gives full credit to his outfit and raw sweet potatoes. (An excellent of boa fide owner; and this affiant
Z-\ It's Streamlined I IW oodetteS"3
aboutu plau yom Irh dndta thinkocommohoggingtallitheeg lory.e
gondolacaxlcar,'ema commit aree
withtlnm ber ,eebboone
every honor3 that theithkrount heape electror
Fourleen-Stat Board ioX -u
Health nutritionsit tehissweteek reid terndla and sweet pottoe arcntnl
plniu foodsA$ ts hb starts
rich inmne vt imetrere forv you".doinql0
Ecouin ihesa ood Admini SevnyFv-ssre
tresfood All sevdseresortedna ~ ~to he prtviledes aniathort to
~ lis some bigua bon tmting) re-.4
cipes for thei S e~ onins thse lsous mem- f lo k
rootswhic ever che declresh
"must"fin dishes tht ae de i te fr
plaandandbrigh tlyc oooreu!
aminhours and hours ori o s l
First she recommends1 aesalad-an orangekendinionowelado t (honest!)
srdnae l e lettucesarin! lrg euepraor
douseddtlci Flynch 'wih a g ag T h
Tbthbodieare ae saled o se and e A wooutes-a thisy ibthe w youedo liteitl.I a
M e a sI g n c u pN o f s l g he b o i l e d
onionsow 1mroe cupofgrun-rostd ea
bread~or crumbs, blended witalitl
mel te at. es Ma al ern at layIers ofA MS, coer M T L O D
oins pAnutdssad suce in akingOV xaTea les Gv
dish, y an td p with ra crumbs.renthan
The thr iset peanu butte soupr peat bttresa thos watho know,.4 isrChoinpotin, also onisiron
Hea 1I quart milkn 1 bayueafkan
smot paste, Add this tonhofmil mitresti and cokentlshik
ened. Ad 1-2, teaspoonat celery, sal-Y
parsley asze an garnish.
Nowai come arpudding made of
givesTo fulls credi tour his outitan
potato, sprea withr futte meetsr hbs
Usel twoct cup gate rw see
teaspoo rind orrtng 1-2g teaspoonk cinna-spaatrs
Thcir ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ih bwecdl oisaofacasadt fcs etadA kner IIin t foraovn4
hmne ~ ~ ~ ~~ miuts stirin once, during the hresasuc ibn id
cooingecl. evIth ra m.ho
under ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Hap eahrudltl hn l"wtinagloig os
MAAGMET ETU., REQUIEDIE S
THESO"""O ACSO"OGIS FAGS
STATEI OF ILAS wer OTCLO FLORIDA