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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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v.60 no.18 November 24, 1944


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Cairo Man Killed, RATION NEWS OILe Notice XPLDES DepNa E Mail Xmas Gifts SENEOCY O SERVICE LEAVEntire Slate of
Another Hurt, By PROCESSED FOODS nsr an alarmoealstonda I November Says A. E. Montgomery, chief clerk in Town Officers Are
ESSED FOODS morning when a kerosene stove mn the I o e b rS y .E otoey
Hit and Run Driver BlueA-8 through W-5 (Book 4 kitchen of Mildred's Cafe exploded. Postal Department eec e of the Jeffersson County Nom na e For
Hit an Run river now valid at 10 points each, Blue to- Except for smoke and water damage P sa De rt nt Kwo es' erve hod is enuoyes
kens now invalid. Stamps good indefi-! the kitchen escaped, but the stove a two wk a vf hs t
Albert H. Jackson of Cairo, Ga., nitely. itself was ruined. Public response to the Post Office in that capacity. Monticello's entire slate of town
was killed and Willie J. Christy of MEATS AND FATS Department's "Shop Now! Mail in Mr. Montgomery is particularly enThomasville, Ga., was injured Sunday Red A-8 through P-5 (Book 4) now November" campaign is good but joying his well-earned vacation at officers was unopposed for the Demafternoon when they were struck by v increased Acreage needs to be better, according to Post- this time ,since it coincides with the ocratic nomination to their present
a hit-andirun drivr jt nhont gd i e it h master General Frank C. Walker. leave of his son, Alvin E. Montgomery posts with the city and will automata hit-and-run driver just north of the tokens. Both good indefinitely. iI asM a o e Etarinr atm odtosS
statelugaonstampntio'lo0,oas- In Oats Mean Money "Extraordinary wartime conditions SK 1/c, U. S. Navy, who is at home ically become the Party's nominees
ville highway. face us," Mr. Walker said. "Unless after seventeen months in the MediThe two men had just completed Sugar stamps No.'s 30, 31, 2, 33 To Local Farmers more people buy and mail this month terranean combat zone in the general Town election to be
Th w e a utcmltdand 34~ now good for five pounds each ar sthe potlsie cuy anno doi tis ob ern cma oe
changing a tire on their car and were indefinow. gthe Postal -service cannot do its job .Miss Georgia M. Martin, of Mad- held the second Monday in January. standing beside it on the highway (By E. N. Stephens, County Agent) of delivering Christmas gifts on time. ison, is substituting for Mr. Mont- There will be no Democratic primary
when the car struck them,ighwan Canning Sugar Green Acres' 'of oats in Jefferson "It is not pleasing to us to have to gomery in the selective service of- prior to the general election, since
Jacksn ithecarntruk h a kil Stamp No. 40 good for five pounds Jefee ask the American people to mail fice. Miss Martin is assistant clerk no candidate filed in opposition to the
ttasmon No.4an0g oortr th aou ni county this winter mean more feed packages so far in advance of the in the Madison county office. incumbents ,each of whom qualified
Jacso intatly Crisy as able n sugar until February 28 ,
to summon help and report the ac- 194 for cows, hogs, horses and poultry, deieydt.W os nybcuefor re-nomnination.
cident. The state highway patrol 1945. Apply to local boards for sup- and more food for our people. These iv e de. W e o o o beusehf r eno inat on
in Florida was notified that the car plemental rations. agn mores odfresn ou popTeos it has to be done. The job is a tre- P eT a k gv gRichard H. Simpson, mayor, Marplmna "greens ace"peetaprseoPmnosre-Thanksgiving
ing Sugara otfe htth a renars r~ tapopeosmnin one, but we are confident tha Murdock, clerk & treasurer, Daywas headed into the state and Patrol-i Canning Sugar Deadline for appli- outlook and give one the feeling that it will be done because e know th Murdock, tr aser, Dayman E. L. Vann, of Monticello, pick- cations extended to Feb. 1, 1945. security, linked in with mature, from experience that no Game Wednesday Wright, marshal and tax collector,
ed up a driver answering the des- SHOES growing feed crops, producing and reasons Americans cooperate magn- and A. E. Cooper, C. W. Harris and
cription almost immediately. The Airplane stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 maintaining profitable agricultural reatons Smericans cooperateKmagni- Clb n A. WCon, cnW. are the
man arrested as the alleged driver (book 3) valid indefinitely. Enterprise. These winter growing "Unpecedented shortages of man Behalf Of Jefferson County's N. Watson, councilmen are the
who struck the men, was Coy John-I FUEL OIL feed crops give a feeling of independ- precdensortages fa n B ehalfOf efer Countys oficas womares u
son, of Albany, Ga., who was turned: Period 4 and 5 coupons from last ence that comes when people plan to power and transportation facilities Underprivileged Children chosen as nominees, over to the Thomas County, Ga., au- cooperate with nature and gain an growing out of the war compel early The town Democratic executive
thorities ,as the accident occurred in (Continued on page 8) independence from the soil. mailing. The Postal Service has given The Kiwanis Club of Monticello committee had made preparations for
that countyagrt 50,000 foprenced employees to the will sponsor the game which is to be teuulDmcai rmr o
Club Members H Jefferson county needs a great armed forces and 300,000 railroad held on Thanksgiving Eve at the the usual Democratic primary for
The deceased was the son of Mr. Amount of food to produce and main- workers have gone to war. Equally local field between the Pelham, Ga., the election, but since the dead-line,
and Mrs. W. J. Jackson of Thomas- tain her livestock. Last season we serious is the fact that rail and other Wildcats and the Monticello Tigers. candidates, the incumbents
ville. He is survived by his parents Bond Drive In County bought for Jefferson coity farmers transport facilities are taxed to the This game will be the final appear- posing
and by his wife, the former Zadie 1 15 cars of wheat equal to 23,150 limit with the great burden of war ance of the season for the local are automatically declared the DemTrulock, whom he married in Monti- M bushels. All of this wheat went to traffic which all of us know must eleven. This charity contest benefit ocratic nominees.
IMembers of the Home Demonstra- fe ar os efcw, os aepeeec.I
cello in 1938, and I three children, tion Clubs at Aucilla and at Lamont feed dairy cows, beef cows, hogs, take precedence. should see a good game as the PelJudith Ann, Wayne and Donald Jack- are staging house-to-house canvasses chickens and work-stock. The price "In a great number of our 43,000 ham team has improved greatly since FOotball Pla
son. Six sisters and one brother also in those communities this week as paid for this wheat equaled to post offices the man power situation playing the Tigers earlier in the survive, part of their work in promoting the 3(886.00 dollars going out of the is critical. The 200,000 extra work- season. It is hoped that a big crowd Are Kiwanist

THrvi I IN S R I E HEL their work6th W ar Bond Drive in Jefferson ot m meant that ers whom we norm ally recruited to will turn out to comm em orate the
THANKSGIVING SERVICES HELD county. other crops had to be raised and sold handle the swollen Christmas volume Thanksgiving holiday season along At unc eon Meeting
IN.CRISTEPISOPAL U CH Ato buy feed. "Green acres" of oats of mail were able to work long hours with seeing the finale for a successbe mobile field kitchen unit had this winter will help cut down on this o overtime and to do heavy work. ful Tiger season.
h been promised for a visit to these tremendous amount of money going This cannot be expected from the wo- The Kiwanis Club was honored and
vie omnit willbeheld atr the pr ons orday and ra y h te out of the county for feed. men and high school boys and girls "r delighted to have the following guests
vice of Monticello will be held at the preparations for a rally, With the Wniain r htw ilhv o hmi ag atw utlo Var Fundu a pag on Wednesday.
Christ Episcopal Church, Rev. E. L. school band from Monticello assist- Indications are that we will have to whom in large part we must look
Baxer rcto; n haksgvig ay in, adbee mde I wa lared7,000 acres in oats this season, which this year to meet the situation. XT 01H*Capt. Norman W. McLeod, Medical
Baxter, rector; onl Thanksgiving Day, lag, had been made. It was learned 'il thsl "Th waye inee which" eveyon res. Corps, U.SWAmirmthtosia
Thursday, November 30, at 10 A. M. Monday that the unit would not be will result in more "green acres" everyone res W Corps, U. Army, from the hospital
winter. This is a great increase over bonded in making it possible for us I ship Acadia now in Charleston; Lt.
Rev. E. L. Baxter will be in charge available for the rally, so plans were any previous year of winter grain and to handle a volume of 70,000,000 par- 'Quota nais Bonnie Harrison, Lt. Roland Glines
mosstrof the seCalceandRvD.Ary Baim hasti moiong anitht c g means more grazing crops, more hay, cels for the armed forces overseas and Lt. Wallace McLeod, of Ft. Benmons, pastor of the Calvary Baptist was set in motion without benefit of and more grain production (home leaves no doubt in my mind that the Jefferson county thus far has ning, Ga.; G. H. Blackmon, GainesChanksciving Mntice.o. wilWabringthe.,aisatmemberiofraised feed) for our livestock. November Christmas mailing will be raised only $600, or a little less than vile Kiwanian and the Monticello Thanksgiving Message. J. C. Waldron, Jr., as a member of Records show that every year when equally successful. I ask for the help half its $1475 quota, in the Florida H. S. football squad, a group of 21
The churches of the community one of w the Kiwanis bond teans is there is a bountiful production of of the press, radio, business, adver- War Fund campaign, and the drive fine young men of Jefferson county.
will unite in this service, and the assisting with the Aucilla drive ,and feed crops, our people are in a much tisers, civic groups and all Americans is nearing the close, stated Chairman Richard Simpson, "pinch hitting' people of the community along with Everett Hines, also a Kiwanis bond better financial condition, are health- in maing it possible for the Postal J. M. Carr this week. Cam Ricad im s pnch htn
others who desire are invited to this worker, is cooperating with the La- ier and happier. i tokin its w or. for a defaulted guest speaker, adservice. mont Club. Oats fit into Jefferson county's Service to do its work. The contributions have been receiv- dresoed the club in the interest of
farmrsetupsoilbanderlimateoatsismaiWeinuroveeveryone tombuy now ai by members of the Kiwais Ci b, football. He waed humorfarm setup, soil and climate. Oats is mail in November and mark gif ts caihsoroe hedie Tesmos, told amusing stories

early all they preve soil erosin 'Do Not Open Until Christmas of $200.75 was contributed to the and praised the spirit of
Fund by the colored schools of Jeffer- fun and frolic. He expressounty Boys and Girls in Ser- prevent the leehing out of f e y Aux a to T eon county, to whom goes much credit 0ed the club's approval and
C* ns and leeching th fertilizer A ao Take for their efforts. appreciation of the players and the and te oi wind oa I Although the amount now on hand coach for the clean sportsmanship
the sun and the blowing winds. Oats Part in Joy Shop i far short of the quota assigned, it and the fighting spirit of the team,
is a wonderful crop. hh id-- is gratifying that the county has saying "we like just the kind of footIn a letter from CPO A. L. Chick tal fitness ,etc. Later he hopes to During this time of high -priced The Monticello Legion Auxiliary made a contribution this year. Last ball you boys have beenl playing and
U.S.N.R., received by his wife last enter the deck department for spe- protein feeds, so necessary for grow- Th e o n ticipary ea con wai the yar. the club will give you its continued
week, he wrote that he is now in cialized training where he will take ing young stock, calves, pigs and members are planning to participate year Jefferson was the only county
the Philippine Islands and can at last I other courses valuable to all sailors chickens and dairy cattle and work- in the "Christmas Joy Shop," arrang- in the state which failed to contri- backing." tell where he has been during the and will then be assigned to one of stock. Oats sown in the early fall, ed for all military men in the Lake bute to the Fund, and the Kiwan s President Carr reported that the
past few months. the new ships in the Victory Fleet. grazed from December to March fur- City and Bay Pines hospitals- veter- Club undertook to remedy that situa- rules preclude a post-season football
"From Guadalcanal, we moved to ---V nish a high class of protein to all an of World War I and World War tion this year by sponsoring the drive. game and that the club could sponsor
Emiran in the St. Matthias group," Sgt. and Mrs. Joe B. Carroll and these animals, saving an outlay of L The drive will remain open and as a benefit the Pelham game, here
he wrote, "and from there back to the; daughter, Reyn, are visiting his money. Thru this plan each year, the Flor- anyone in the county who can con- on the 29th. This was voted approval
Russell Island and then to the Phil- -mother, Mrs. Pearl Carroll in Lamont. Oats used as a grazing crop, sup- ida Legion Auxiliary have a gift shop tribute to it is asked to mail a check and the ticket sale is off to a good "Free to Veterans" open about Dee- or donation to Joe M. Carr, chairman, start. This game onl Thanksgiving ippines." On his way he saw Lou Sgt. Carroll has a 17 day furlough plemented by a little salt and hay, embe in eah opita ec- or nation W ar caisan- staromis game a big sivent
Schmidt another of Monticello's for- from his station at Drew Field, Tam- is a wonderful crop for wintering ember 8 m each hospital. The pa- The National War Fund is a con eve promises to be a big social event
mer Florida Power and Light em- p.H anhiwieadbbliectl.Osuedsagrzgcoptients are permitted to pick their own solidation of practically all war re. and anl epoch making struggle in
merFloidaPowr nd igh em IPa. He and his wife and baby live cattle. Oats used as a grazing crop
ployees who enlisted with him and at near-by Clearwater. for hogs, supplemented by a little gift, free, from among those display- lief organizations-the USO, the War football.
another friend, Bill Cown, who has mineral mixture and a very little ed, and write their own gift card to Prisoners Aid, the United Seamans Two children were approved for
been a visitor in Monticello several William Henry Tripp, son of Mr. corn is a wonderful crop for winter- members of their own families. The Service, and all other allied war re- tonsil operations under club auspices. times. "We were on the ship almost and Mrs. Maurice H. Tripp, has en- ing hogs and young pigs. Auxiliary then wraps the gift in holi- lief funds in this country are includsix weeks, stayed aboard several days rolled at the U. S. Naval Reserve "Green acres" of oats in Jefferson day wrapping and it is mailed in ed in the one drive. w
after we got here. Saw so many Jap Midshipman's School located on the this winter mean wonderful grazing, time to reach its destination by Every returning serviceman will
planes shot down that we did not campus of the University of Notre a high-class hay when oats are cut Christmas speak appreciatively of what th H EALTH
even bother to watch them fall some- Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, After in the dough stage, and a wonderful For patients who are bed-fast, the USO and the other organizations rink, N TES
times. I hame seen enough of this taking one month of indoctrination grain crop if allowed to mature. shop places a display on a when he said 'War is hell'. But and upon successful completion of his means grazing in the winter-then and the same procedure sends the on foreign soil. EYE DEFECTS
things are beginning to look better four month course he will be commis- the sowing of lespedeza on oats in gift on the way. The gifts include ensign in the U. S. Naval uary ses p useful things such as bath towels, an i i Farsightedness brings into play the
now. Isioned an enini h 1 .NvlFebrur furnished an ideal pasture wash cloths, aprons, pillowcases,Th n s i ngW lmuceofaomdtonvnfr
"As usual we landed in a swamp Reserve. during the summer, a pasture of le- breakfast cloths, powder in boxes mscles o coodation aeend
and have lots of rain; the foxholes ---v----- gumes, a soil building crop. toilet sets; all things in daily use in B Next Thddistant vision. For close vision these
are full of water, but I havent had Donald Sexton, electrician's mate, Oats used with hogs as a grazing the home ;and gifts for children of _X _HYS stress and that brings eyestrain with
to get in one yet. If things get too 2nd class, U. S. ,Navy, left Wednes- crop during the winter and as a grain all ages. Money may be sent in lieu November 30th, the traditional last symptoms such as blurred vision, hot, don't think I will hesitate to day for Norfolk for reassignment, crop during the latter part of April, of gifts, if preferred and the local Thursday in November, will be ob- burning sensation, excess of tears, jump in-water, mud and all. Don't after a thirty day leave which he May and June, prevents a starving Auxiliary will purchase the gifts. served as Thanksgiving Day in Jef- discomfort in bright light ,headache
worry about me as I sleep with one spent at his home here. Donald saw period with hogs and aids in getting ferson county, with schools, stores, and nervousness with its many manihand on my knife and the other on 18 months' service in the Mediterran- young hogs on the market late in banks and post office closing for the festations.
August or early in Setmerwe DEALER VISITS FACTORY bakanpotficclsgfrth feain.
my gun, and there's a guard just out- ean area and participated in four tday. For nearsightedness there ier no
side the tent. invasions, North Africa, Sicily, Italy prices are high. W. D. Sawyer, of the Sawyer Farm, The schools of the county will re- compensating muscle. Distant vision
"The natives here are real friendly. and France. While looking through Oats followed by lespedeza or cow- Supply Store, returned Thursday main closed Friday, December 1, giv- is always blurred. Near vision may I feel sorry for them as the Japs the latest National Geographic mag- peas or soybeans or peanuts in the from a visit to the Purina Mills fac- ing the pupils and teachers a four day be normal but usually the nearsighted treated them real bad. They don't azine in the News office one day crop rotation means soil improve- tories in St. Louis and Grey Summit, week end. Post offices were advis- person holds reading material very
rae enougcthe ngea ba hidthem Dontoznec in N ice one t y, meant, soil conservation, increased Missouri Mr. Sawyer, local Purina ed to follow the local observance in close to the eye. Rarely is there any have enough clothing to hide them- 'Don recognized in a picture of troops feprdcinadabtrblnedealerlsigfo hakgiig
selves hardly. And what they do landing on the Normandy coast, the feed production and a better balanced spent a day at the Purina ex- their closing for Thanksgiving. discomfort.
have is what they weave themselves exact spot on which he landed his division of labor and a more constant perimental farm and a day at the The Monticello News will be printed
out of some coarse stuff like burlap. LCT boat-load of troops on D-Day. farm incomme. mi l and a day t One day earlier next week, in order
"reace"mill and laboratory in St. Louis. on a le'nx ek nodratomao age, forteapowerof
They won't have money, but will _._-V "Green acres" in Jefferson, with Besides enjoying his trip to Mis- that the force may observe Thanks- accommodation for close-reading-viwork or do washing for any piece of, Sergeant Reuben Brooks is at home oats as a basis, gives a feeling of souri, Mr. Sawyer states that he giving, and all who have news or ion begins to decline. That is why clothing. There are lots of natives on a ten day furlough from Fort security, helps put the farms on a learned much about the products for advertisements for the issue are asked elderly persons with normal eyes need
here and just a flock of kids in every Jackson, S. C. He is visiting his par- self-sustained basis, helps a man in which he is dealer and is more than to turn them in not later than Tues- reading glasses. hut. eants, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Brooks, and planning and working out his own ever convinced of its worth. At the day, in order that they may not miss Many persons with defects of vision
"They have a few chickens, and I his grandfather, J. H. Gerrell of salvation, linking in with nature his factory and farm, he learned the solu- the week's paper. accept the condition as normal, not
asked one to bring me some eggs; Lloyd. soils, making a better country, bet- tion of many problems which he knowing that eye comfort and imhe said, 'Jap took hens, no more ter county for us to live in. Let's hopes to pass on to his customers. ACCEPTED FOR SERVICE IN proved vision can be had from coreggs'. Mrs. Elizabeth Clayton was de- get a few more "green acres" in Jef- ARMY FOLLOWING CALL rectly fitted glasses.
claytn ferson. Oats can be sown for graz- 1RS. W. L. MAIGE, JR. Raymond Reed Hamlin, Jr of For children with eyestrain or de"Can't say when we will get home 'lighted to receive in Wednesday'sinfrm owutlJuayI.
but don't think it will be many more mail a letter from Mrs. Alice H. ing from now until January 1st. RL GE Ro nd Reed hace pted fective sight the family physician or
months. Hope to make it by next Jones, an Englishwoman, who told of FINE CANE O The many friends of Captain Wil- into the Army, following his pre. eye specialist should be consulted.
Meeting her son Edward G. Clayton N DISPLAY am L. Maige, Jr., now in the South induction physical examination at
_V_ now stationed in England. The let- A display of sugar cane grown by Pacific area will regret to learn of Camp Blanding and has reported ffor GARDEN CLUB BOARD MEETING
John W. Ray, son of Mr and Mrs. ter said, "I thought that you might Robert Lott and Herbert Lott, near the death of his wife, Rachel Gray service. _----W. Ray of Aucilla, is enrolled at the like to know that my husband and I Waukeenah, is on exhibit in the office Maige, in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Two negro men from Jefferson The regular meeting of the board U. S. Maritime Service Training Sta- have had the pleasure of meeting of the county agent in the court Tuesday night. county have also been accepted for of directors of the Monticello Garden
tion in St. Petersburg, Fla. Now in your son and how well he looks. Your house. The stalks, which are of a Captain Maige's parents, Mr. and service ths month. They are John Club will be held at the home of the
his preliminary period of training he mail caught up with them today and variety excellent for chewing, are ten Mrs. W. L. Maige, of Monticello, left Thomas Glover Leonard ,of Route 1, president, Mrs. F. A. Brink, on Monis taking general courses in first aid, I wish that you could have seen his feet high, and are attracting consid- for Hattiesburg to attend the funeral Lloyd, who entered the Navy and day, November 27, at 4 o'clock. This firefighting, life-saving, general sea- face. I know that you do, too, but erable attention from those who visit which was held there Wednesday af- Rufus Baker, Route 1, Monticello, meeting is open to all members of manship, physical development, men- (Continuea on Page Eight) the office. ternoon. who was accepted into the Army. the club.

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla. Friday, November 24, 1944

VAPTheir Days of Hunger Are Over Train Wreck Toll" CLASSIFIED


itPE ON 0 Persons now engaged it caemnil
industry will not apply whout state.
IN 1 Chaacer: ee of availability from their local
lnc Bgtown Cactr United States Employment Srie
Washington, D. C.
BRITAIN'S BANKRUPT STATUSWACMKR One of the most important docu- they want their locks clipped with SERVICES OF Tst Class
One f te mst mpotan dou- r wihou coveratin. Saes-and Jewelers interested in postwar peramaments bearing on the postwar world me inhotyotysshops ly s ent connection with pleasant surroundsoon wil hoiy-tit shop alase Ings. good salary. CUNNINGHIAM JEWsoon will be issued by the British gently attired. Without spats they ELBY CO., 40 NE 1st Ave., Miami. Fla.
government in the form of a White would feel naked. . The creamyPaper.Butchers Wanted for hog and beef killing ain's financial position and a frank voiced barker at a penny arcade depart., also hog cutting. steady work now,
am' fiancalpostio an afrak /~Xp,. well-known Shakespearian thespian after war. Must be from no-essential work,
admission that she is bankupt.JONES-CAMBLISS
adisio tha she, is bakut a decade ago, until he discovered CO. 2135 Forest St., Jacksonville, Fla.
The White Paper will tell in detail V that shilling provided a steadier inhow British investments throughout come. Sepians at electric shoe- SINGLE LADY, thoroughly trained in ofthe world have been liquidated to : si peee work. Knowledge of simple bookkeeppay~~~~ for. thsahn il oet ino whihrbor s eolern who cane Lng. 8 hours a day, Saturday afternoons oar.
pay for the war and will come to25 the conclusion that, if the British u o Egs ._a,40._P_0._BX_____Miai,_Flrida
Empire is to continue free trading, IM udsa Ecle Oon wh tru
she must have outside help.ExelnOpotiywthosarfue she usthav ousid hep. 4 ~ .~ .~~. ~ .Pretty bobby-soxers lugging lunch for young man to work in essential fopd
The alternative to free trade and plant Some high school education required.
est tePaaoutsote Applications of veterans will be welcome.
fre copettio, he hit Paercan survive sitting through a NATIONAL FRUIT PRODUCTS CO. Inc.
free competition, the White Paper k lIwill say, is a system of barter, re- M 1 h Humphries St. S. W., Atlanta, Ga.
stricted trade and cartels, such as / ie
that practiced by Germany after yi as rtH hd et n s
the last war. International cartels, ly Americanized. . An old
of course, have been blasted pubilic-r tI-.,tedfeen rnhso
ly by President Roosevelt and one M I i copying masterpieces in the Mu- drgless halig. An rowdd Held.
lyb Peidn ooeel ndoe' ~ sumo At ishnd resays Dat diploma. Free literature. Itnilit. of
Drauglvss Therapy, Bo. 148, Tama.Iow.
British corporation, Imperial Chem- he steadies his brush by gripping
ical Industries, already has been it with both hands. The handicap,
prosecuted by the justice depart- General view showing the wrecked however, doesn't seem to afct his REALESTATE
meat on a charge of conspiring with Challenger streamlined train, which excellent canvases. . Crowds fas- CALIFORNIA DEEDED LANDS
the Du Ponts before the war to con- An old Italian farmer joyfully shows children one of the sacks of resulted in the death of 12 persons cinated by pigeons nibbling at Million Acres California State Deeded
trol the world production of certain tvheat that have been shipped to Italy by Allied government (right). The and in the injury of at least 100. bread-crumbs. Proving again that Lands now available for settlement; from chemicals, woman and baby, refugees from St. Nazaire, France, receive their share Seven cars were derailed, three almost anything can attract a mob 25, to $1.50 per acre. Statewide; timber,
According to inside word from the of food. Left, shows the unloading and checking of food in Italy, intended maains. it r wanted not semile frm Clfa, Clif intheBigBur. .Geransin latiors. For octis. wadecritios minidiplomatic corps, the publication of for the civilian population. Yorkville saloons sipping their beer, mum pricmas diin ns an
Britain's frank survey of her bank- These spots used to be Bund hang- structions, send $5 money order to
rupt financial position will coincide Wives Winners outs. Now big signs urge customers STATE LANDS DEPARTMENT
with the secret conferences now tak- not to discuss the war or politics. U. 8. Post Office. Box 462, Eureka, Calif.
ing place here between Lord Keynes This Winners
and U. S. officials regarding the re- The dramatic contrast in tawdry,
newa--l~ ofln-es.77 x sidestreet joynts: Entertainers connewal of lend-lease. ~~.'~"
With the war in Europe nearing 1"%a close and with U. S. forces now . youngsters with a bright future.bon
getting a greater proportion of war i' Cry mechanic. yard capacity. New top,
Cele faatic ogingfirst-nighters cable, new paint. Has been idle since oversupplies direct from the United eng. Priced right for quick sale. Pl.
Stits, ritsh wr nedsfor endi, 5-1488, 1261 W. Forsyth St., Jaic. Fla. States, British war needs for lendlease are dwindling. However, the
British have proposed in Lord first-nighters get from the shows. NURSERIES
Keynes' private conversations, a new The silly brawl between two 4'coLDpRooF', FIG.bears first year. Gitype of postwar lend-lease whereby.friends a midtown bar-because ant Pecan. Setshell black Walnut Grapes,
the British could resell goods to for-. each insisted on paying the check. _____________Nrser,_Jacs.,Mi.
eign countries in order to reestab- The 77-year-old gent who has the
lish their export trade. Bat rprto
lish their export trade. ~~~same breakfast every morning ata_________________Keynes Proposal Wrinkles Double-Chin erased Govern.
Wordleaingfro th dilo-~ .Doughnuts covered with mustard, inspected Preparation, guar. results. 30 days
Word leaking from the diplo- 16M. e.e ulr aai.F,
matic corps is that Lord Keynes Ugh. He claims that combination tup. s.
now proposes a total lend-lease has added years to his
allotment to Great Britain of 61/2 walk Napoleons who used todiscuss FOR RENT
billions for 1945, of which 3%/ military tactics remaining in tune
billions could be reexported in DU TR-rs hp rcr tr
;d, ~with the times. Now they also de- Dgil S eT-ressl Spgrcer store o
Bilios coude reeorted in bate postwar problems. .Swishes rent. T. Z. DANIEL, Miiie., Georgia.
British trade. Most of this wouldunknown be in the form of American raw
Mrs. Franklin D. PRINTING-resn nfoegnlngae oi
materials which the British Rovlu-rs
would process into finished goods per; and Mrs Harry S Truman, temples. . The lovely Schraffts'
wife the sell. the newly elected vice doesy h s Most of tMi
ndot propose that finished Ameri- dent of the United States Unlike I they had to pass a screen test be- sapes and prices. L He
can products be given the me received a total of 432 electoral votes 17 less than the Democrats se f edrve Pllpia 1,P
canxporodut one given them for cured in 1940. Truman, senator from Missouri, gained nationwide fame the first lady of the land, Mrs. Tru- for theyo wereue hired.hi 4.a reexport, but only that they get as head of the committee investigating war expenditures. Dewey and his man takes little part in politics or lend-leased raw materials to re- running mate secured a total of 99 electoral votes, unless late soldier in public life activities. Mrs. F. D. r. Nespaperman Stuff: vive their crippled industries. she is ready for new term. Ogden Nash was once taken to Rate of Heart Beats
One proposal is to set up a vtscag lepcue hc sntcniee ieyb otpltclsy
ne prosaleis-toasetu a observers, task for using the word "coyful" in While the human heart rarely
new postwar lend-lease court
court one of his verses . . '.Have you beats less than 70 or more than 71
composed of one Britisher and ever heard of anything being full of times a minute, cases in which
two Americans which would de- Too fH Her coy?" asked a critic, this rate of pulsation was as lou
cide which goods could be used Late Treasure Hunt "No," nash'd Nash. "But neither as 42 and as high as 184 have been
for British trading purposes. did I ever hear of anyone being full recorded in medical literature.
The whole plan will be submitted of bash."
to congress probably before Christmas. The word "controversy" serves as
censors' abracadabra. . They
ARMY' PREFBRICTED .siatter that something is controverARMY'S PREFABRICATEDWhnrw ids
One of the great but little known stil aves e prBue-pe
stories of the Western front is the ha a t binway in which army engineers got a der freedom of speech and press
group of bridge experts together for a long time. . All of which
nearly two years ahead of the Eu- leads into an Alec Woollcott yarn
ropean invasion and designed fabri- that illustrates our viewpoint on the
cated sections of bridges which
would exactly replace specific him w e k h
bridges in France, Holland and Bel- h
glum. refrain from using controversial maThrug th Eropan undr-terial. . Woollcott promptly de- Cracked lps-so cruel, and painful!
Through the European under- 4
ground, army engineers were able handed that the sponsor explain Caused when raw bitter weather
to get exact measurements of the what he meant by "controversial Sin cells, lees temth r
bridges which they knew would be material." akin may ( b tolatuc
destroyed by the retreating Nazis. 1 T s os p w a l blood supply (2) Helps revive
Each part was numbered, and spe- Z4tisytlss hycnrti ed
He deplored~ Alec's caustic refer- ed moisture. Forsore, chapped hands,
Each artebl was, mbered and sEg -1 ences to Hitler and Mussolini-for lp-Mentholatum. Jars, tubes, 300.
cial assembly crews, trained in Eng- '~~. fa twudatgnz epei
land, rehearsed the job of putting lips
them in place. the country who supported them!
When the invasion came, these
bridges traveled so close behind our Fo .9Y' n bk N a
advancing armies that they were fre- Becks": Of course, there are many
quently ahead of the field kitchens. who say that a daily columnist, To relieve distressof MONTHLY
And on arrival at a destroyed bridge which means a person who has six
its replacement was a matter of in

HILLMAN Another gold star has been added he would like other laborers to work (Also Fine Stomachic tonic)
HILMA WUL ED ACto the service flag of Mrs. Albent six days a week for the period of the Lydia E. Pinkhram's vegetable CornSidney Hillman didn't advertise it Insert shows Rudolph Wicket of Verona, N. J., as he left for Holyoke, Borgstrom, Tremonton, Utah, moth- so-called properly so-called pound is famouss to reeve periodic
but, during the last days of the Mass., to dig up a bonanza of $1,000, whose location was told him as a er of Marine Pvt. Boyd Borgstrom, emergency. . We knc'w not what weak, tired-out feeings-whea due
bupuing he took steps to dis- studio guest on a quiz program, Others heard the program, and Wickel who was discharged by marine com- course others may take, but we nev- to functional mohnteiy disturbances
campaign, treguoaroy-Pnkbam's Cm
band his controversial Political Ac- arrived to find that Jose H. Roy and his 14-year-old brother-in-law, Henry manner, when first three brothers er have been able to do it under a pound helps build up resistance tion committee. The final decision Martell, already had the money, as shown above, were killed in action, seven-day week, and some nights, against such annoying symptoms
will not be up to him alone, for theCompound is mad whole thing will be threshed out at unfilled column. We dream that we ture and that's the kind of medicine
the CIO national convention in Chi- have three minutes in which to to bull Follow label directions
cago. But not waiting for the con- P write a column, have it set read LYDIA E PINKHAM'S V
vention, Hillman sent notice to most .a k
of the 200 members of the PAC staff po an twke Ithour be
that they go off the payroll before 0 d
then. if need be, when
Originally PAC was set up as alew And then some
permanent organization, and there days, as if mere writing weren't
are several schools of thought in- gh trouble, there is a lot of clipside the CIO regarding its continua- vpatd
tion. One group, including auto easy, but it takes longer to find the
workers president R. J. Thomas,
wants to keep PAC alive. Hillman, shears and the paste for first-class Hid Your Strength and
watstokep ACalve Hlian --~<~-ae~stuff than it does to write third-all Energy~ Is Below Par
on the other hand, wants to shut up right, we wont argue-fourth-class y be cad by disoder of Idshop, concentrate on New York poli- n so auatertu many
tics, and also get his health back. 'W, peoplecfeelate. wea and mabl
* whichclaimsto whe the 'kidneys fail to reoece
MER-O-ON . at The Society Set, wihcamto acids and other wate matter from the
I ~be sophisticated, but is the easiest bod
[[All during the war, FDR has,
EL~~ll during the war, FDR has pushover for all types of phonies. Yumysfe agn akce
been a close reader of Carl Sand- rheumatic pain, headaches, dizzins,
x 1. ',-. gettrshv use vr ae acting up nihs leo'inselig
burg's "Lincoln" and has continued c S tm frhun and at us
his reading during the campaign.i c a p i n n o b l e s f o r y e a r s N o m a t t e r h o w o t h e i t h a t om t h i n i s w n g ith .
Sthek kdneao bladder
Someone who dropped into his private study one day found a copy of ot e h os e ther a reame i it n .
the book open to Lincoln's war days. D
Th dwgrwolshefotna royal than On soamething less favoraly
Clellan's followers accused Lincoln GIs of the American news services broadcast election returns to Boris Dimancheff, Purdue half- lives in luxury because she became ed lany yars. Are at all drug stores
of squandering public funds, mis- American soldiers all over the world from the New York headquarters back, is leading the Big Ten scOr- a bookie! Her clients are Park AeGtDa'stoday. Dfsuring e bli4campaind, mis-fe yarag.Hwvsh stl
management of the government, de- of Yank magazine.' The army news services shooting the result overseas ing. Against the Iowa eleven lie suites. .Music lovers who take stroying civil liberties, meddling with an estimated 25,000 words by cable and another 25,000 by radio to raced to four touchdowns and ex- symphony cores to Carnegie 1a 1 with the war, and standing out for fuish the armed forces with early returns. t' a',] more, and read the music while pLAy4d.
unconditionall surrender."

The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. Friday. Nnvpmhr 24. 1944


o iUDAY Loeyfr r pca

SCHOOL lesson Smart Ensemble for All Occasions
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago,
THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorie Corey, Her fate was Inevitable. She the nurse told her she had never Released by Western Newspaper Union.
who bates herself for being meek and would paddle about in this great seen anyone come through such an shy, finds herself railroaded Into taking a waste of water until she was too experience so bravely. job she does not want, assisting Admiral
Duacan, grandfather of her fiance, Paul The nurse gave Zone a sedative
Duncan, to write his memoirs. Aboard the then she would simply sink, and Zone went to sleep. It was Lson subjects and Scripture texts Se- te
steamer, Samoa, en route to Hawai, Zone began to think more clearly. midnight when she awoke. She felt iected end copyrighted by International Zone dances with Steve, Paul's hand- It would have been better if she tense. She ached here and there Co1n of Religious Education: used bys some brother, only to discover that Paul had been sucked into the propellers and there was a faint drugged feelts terribly jealous. Paul refers to Steve
Is eriby ealus PulrefrstoStve and battered to pulp. It would have Ing in her brain-the residue of the THlE CHRISTIAN VIEW OF as a Nazi spy. The admiral dictates been a far kinder fate, sedative. Otherwise, her brain felt INDUSTRY
some of his memoirs to Zorie. Steve and
Paul are critical. On returning to her Zone thought of Paul, and she clear. Everything felt clear. In all stateroom Zorie discovers that her note suddenly wanted to cry. had never felt so clear. LESSON TEXT-Luke 19:15-2G; 31 Thessa/
book and an important treatise on engi- He -would be sorry, as people al- Amber Lanning was sitting on the OLN TET-L te nearing are missing. She suspects Am*
neeingaremisin. Se sspets m. ways are when someone has died- bed across the room. She was look- ano more: hut rather let him labor, working. ber Lanning, with whom she shares her
stteoosorry for the unkind things he had ing steadily at Zonie. Except for a with his hands the thing that is good, that he
stateroom.done to her, and the kind things he ghost of a smile at one corner of may have to give to him that needeth.hadn't done for her. And how would her mouth, her face was expres- Ephieslans 4:28. CHAPTER IX Steve feel? And Aunt Hannah? And sionless. Her eyes were like dark Work is a blessing, and the proper
the admiral? All of them! All these round holes, attitude toward it is an important
Zorie came to the turn of the people who had treated her as a When Zone sat up in bed, Am- part of the life of a Christian. Indusdeck and started across. She was human doormat! bear's eyes followed her. Zone swung try has found its best and most deoutside the Palm Room. She A white ghostly glow was begin- her feet to the floor. She winced as pendable workers among those who stopped at a window and looked in. Bing to fill the world. It silvered a pain shot through the small of her believe in Christ. It has also come The Palm Room was crowded. She the tips of the small rolling waves back. Her left knee hurt. All her to realize that the strengthening of saw Steve dancing with Amber. about her. It seemed to fil the sky. teeth ached a little. And her right the faith of its workers makes them
Watching them, she forgot Mr. It was like the glow that is supposed hand felt a little numb. But she better workmen; hence we see al Lanning. A wave of this afternoon's to accompany a religious miracle could stand. And she could walk over the land the interesting develjealousy returned. She wanted to All this time Zone had been lying She walked across to where Amber opment of chaplains in industrial cry. She felt neglected and unloved. on her back, resting, getting her sat and she slapped Amber's face. Plants. That activity rightly planned .
Zorie walked on. She felt des- breath, calming her heart. Now she "There," Zone said softly. ad properly conducted can be of
operate. turned over and faced the glow. It She waited for Amber to do some- great value to both the Individual
She walked aft on the other side. doidsr.I 1 l
Sewleafonteohrsd.was a dazzling spot of white glare anthing. She hoped that Amber wouldantoidsr. I :. .'There was no moon. It was a black not more than two hundred yards resent it. Our lesson rightly deals with the ,f I
night.Individual. Christianity is a person-leadi a lower deck. She went down sev- The smile was gone. Amber com al matter, a life rather than a the- 12
a lers deck She eto don sevn in the direction opposite to that in pressed her lips and stared at her, cry. It deals with the man rather 12-20
eral flights and came to an iron
bulwark on either side. but she did nothing and she said than the mass.
At the end of this deck were steps nothing. I. We Are Accountable for Oppor- Attractive Ensemble
that went up. She climbed them. Zone reached up to one of the tuaity (Luke 19:15). ERSATILE and lovely, thi
She passed one deck and climbed hooks. It was supporting several The king in this parable Is Christ, jumper frock is the perfect alanother. hangers of Amber's clothes. She who has now gone away, to return occasion frock for every age.
Zorie leaned on the rail and looked took the hangers down and threw when God is ready for Him to set up Square shoulders and trim Waist
down at the water. Ghostly light them on Amber's bed. She went His kingdom on earth. In the meanshowed the race and churn of water about the stateroom taking down time His servants have been given The matching jacket makes an enlashed white by the propellers. Be- owing them on Am that which they should be using for 14-44 semble you'll wear with confiyond was blackness. ber's bed. When the hooks were Him.
What was she to do about the emptied, she emptied one of the Two things stand out in this story. TF YOU like a covered-up feeling
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In her confusion and woe, she From no ort" said Zone in a deny that blessed truth (II Pet. 3:3 p
thought of the cast-Iron Buddha on calm, assured voice, this closet is 4)_ There are many believers to through your scrap bag for pretty sleeves, 1%s yards.
Professor Folsome's desk-"the gen- mine." whom the promise has become but pieces to make the unusual br- Due to an unusually large demand and
a. fomltrt n ofession of der. A lovely gift for a special isrrequiwrd cndilins gds ore ifewo
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Ambe, sttin onthebed ithherthe most popular pattern numbers. her three wishing Budwished faith or a creed. But the failure of
her tree wshes.She hd wised clothes all about her, said nothing. 5
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to18 20; 40, 42 and 44. S your name, address, size desired, and the
land of palms and flowers, of jade two of the four drawers on Amber's willingness to hold it precious, do patter number.
seas and birds, and of 32 or t-n ma l J
seasand ingig bidsand f ,. ,4~ bed. She put the drawers back and ntaerhefc.Jssicong yard for facing, or use scraps.
charming people too gallant to take said, "From now on, these are again! SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
advantage of her meekness. She mine. You are the first person of a When He comes, He will have 530 South Wells St, Chicago
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she would lose her meekness. around again as long as I live. You
Since then, everything had gone shall be an accounting with His fol ANO
wrong. It was as if the jungle Bud- stateroom or you will get out." o (
dha were granting a parody of herA General Quiz ? Address .
wishes. g t a pardy tof Zo e could see Am ber's brain have lived. W hat will your answersuperstitio
wises I se eresuertiioS, '" working in her steady brown eyes. and mine be in that dayl It depends 1. Did any United States presishe would believe that the Buddha 0 Amber was being crossed. She on what we are and what we are dent ever receive a unanimous
was an evil genie of iron who dealt would now make some sort of ad- doing right now. electoral vote?
solely in the cruellest irony. justment, because she was a real. The basis of His judgment ap- 2. What term in astronomy deShe suddenly tasted on her lips the is. pears in the following verses, where scribes the brilliancy of the stars? from common colds
<1ust and rust of his iron forehead.annooe'slf
-dus andrustof hs ion frehed. -whofights others adntoeselwe learn that: 3. What is the abbreviation of
A soft mocking whisper came out t up. She picked up a H. We Are to Be Rewarded for the plural of madame?
of the darkness just behind her. package of cigarettes from the Faithfulness (Luke 19:16-26). 4. Who was the vice president of
"Ah-nah!" it said. "Ahl-nahl" dressing table, leisurely selected When believers stand in the pres- the United States when Calvin Creomulsion relieves promptly beA hand was brutally clamped over She fell down and down through one, lighted it. She puffed at it and ence of Christ to answer for the Coolidge served his first term as cause it goes right to the seat of the he ot.Aohrhn etthe blackness toward the churning considered Zonie through the smoke, deeds done in the flesh (our sins president? trouble to help loosen and expel
hergerm laden phlegm, and aid nature scooping under her knees. She was white water. "Now that I've smoked you out," were judged at Calvary!), it wil 5. What name is applied to ins- to soothe and heal raw, tender, inswiftly lifted to the rail and over it. wo said Amber, "shall we be ourselvesT not be a question of what church culine and feminine wood flamed bronchial mucous memShe was thrown far out. I was getting so fed up with your you belong to, or what family name nymphs?
She fell down and down through had vanished, act-and these gosh-awful clothes of you bear, or how much money you 6. What state has a name de a bottle of Creomulsion with the untheShe cried out involuntarily with derstanding you must like the way it
theblckes twad hechrnngrelief and joy. It must be a life- yours. I mean the whole picture." have amassed. No, the only ques- rived from the Ute Indians? quickly allays the cough or you awe
white water, ring! Someone must have seen her "Who," Zonie asked, "do you think tion asked will be, "Have you been 7. Who laid the corner stone of to have your money back.

Zore was falling through black- go overboard, and thrown the ring! I am?" She was determined to say faithful in trading with the gifts, the the U. S. Capitol? CREOM ULSION
nes asyoufal i a rem, allng Paul had explained them to her. nothing now or ever to this girl abilities and the opportunities which 8. What does pantheon mean? fo Cogs Chs CodBocii ness as you fall in a dream, falling about the attempt at drowning J God has given you?" 9. Who was "The Plumed
and falling, never reaching bottom. She was still as determined as ever Note that there are three different Knight" of American political his-If you reach bottom, in a nightmare the water a magnesium flare atfall, your heart, some people say, taeously ignited.rIts gae sry, the HAPP PEPPY
sosbeating. staeouitly agnshorts rop e a y in finding out who had thrown ground of faithfulness. The first man 1 10. What is a paraphrase?HA P E Y
stops nmuthaebenwok would guide a swimmer in the dark her overboard. She would be as represents those who with all dill- TeAsesHer brain must have been wok- smart as they were, and as sly. gene and zeal seek to grow spiritu- as the Day You Were Married?
ing frantically, because she did not t h ig
haveShe struck out toward it. The flare Amber shrugged and lifted eye ally and to serve the Lord with glad 1 Yes, George Washington. ere's no reason to fee old before your
hae lontoe wl.nth orro blinded her. She did not see the brows and eyes with a wryly de, abandon. All that they have and 2. Magnitude. time. The hard work of making a home
her fa e cl lw ern e "Samoa" turning about until it mi- spaining grimace. "All right, my are they give to Him for His glory 3. Mines. for mesdames. and supporting a family need not take
It was like cold claws tearing her raculously stopped not far away, a dear," she said. "Keep it up if you and for the winning of others to 4. There was no vice president. the pep and un out of your life. If
Long before, blaze of horizontal rows of lights, want to. I know you're a great Him. They will be commended by 5. Masculine, satyr; feminine, maybe you're suffering from a vitaminong besforeghen struc he wterSh Then she was blinded by the beam actress. God knows I should. I the Lord and great will be their dryad. mineral deficiency. Try the Vita-Bonles
Zorie was fighting for her life. She6.Ua.1dytrtmn-spclcobaio tookof a searchlight on the bridge. it have the greatest respect for you, reward! of .e ent mi erla 2,00iniof
tokade ret n hl t went off in a moment. I envy you more than any woman The second man, with equal op- 7. George Washington. viestia n-iasformulaevelopedtepe
Paul had told her that anyone that ever lived. You have more opportunity, did accomplish something, 8. A temple of all the gods. daily for folks over 40. Vita.Berles only
falling from a swiftly moving ship lives than a cat. Frankly, I thini but not too much. He represents 9. James G. Blame.
is almost inevitably sucked into the ing tired. Her slippers were gone.
propellers,She was all in. She had not real- you're a witch. I'll be good those who do want to serve the Lord 10. Repetition of a statement in VITA-BERLES SALES COMPANY
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torn to pieces by the giant steel
blades. her immersion had exhausted her "Yes!" Amber agreed. "And now, just "average" (what an unfortuShe struck the water. The shock until she tried to use her arms and
of the impact almost knocked the legs. te Lord isfir.Haosn
air out of her. The next instant she The magnesium flare seemed no clothes?"
"I'm not fixed for clothes." prive them of their reward. In the
was deep in the insane churn from nearer. The strength seemed to be "Nothing in the hold?" measure that they have been faiththe propellers, with their mighty draining out of her arms, her chest, "Nothing." ful, they too shall find joyous service
rhythm thumping in her ears. She her legs.
was a helpless rag of a girl caught Ti nblt me emdsrrsd IfrHm u bev htteei
wasa hlplss ~gof gil cugh Tis nablit t reach safety, thought you always traveled with A no special word of commendation in insane convulsions of water. Sheshe was
wnias e violnlsierked, wir andhescewsmr erylk terrific wardrobe. I'd forgotten thei in this case, and there is a limited
was violently jerked, whirled and r w m rewar
tossed this way and that by savage nightmare than her moments in the
currents. She felt as if she were savage thrust of water from the
ship's screws, anything I own." who profess to be in fear of God.
being torn apart. Wh
There was only one thing she Then the white flare seemed sudcoud o t hlp erelfsh colddenly closer. She put what was left woman she resembled? A notorious them and they are not ready to give
could do to help herself-she could of her strength in secret agent? It wouldn't do to ask it. After all, they say, we want to $
hold her breath. She might be held questions. And at the moment she enjoy life. Why should the Lord exdown indefinitely, sucked this way was enjoying this arrogant girl's pect so much of us? Not only do
and that by monstrous eddies. awe, her submission. This woman they lose all reward, but the Lord
Chance alone would determine igt hecna-ovrdcr ie she resembled must be much more must take away even that which He
whether or not she would be drawn The rest of it was a confusion of ruthless than Amber. has already given.
into the thumping steel blades. shouts and men's red faces in the
She tried to hold her breath. She white glare, and the rattling of oars
held her breath until she thought her in oarlocks. Someone pulled her on assuming that she was the girl lungs would burst.inoalfba.AgufvieseFothdatatGdptdm
lung wold urs. ito lifboa. Agruf viceshethey thought she was. Yet it would in the garden of Eden to care for it, r
She flailed the hissing water with never knew to whom it belonged- be useless to deny it. Amber, Mr her arms. She could not draw in a Lanning and the sinister Mr. Sqvoy
her breath, or force it out. Some damned brave kid. And she never a u b einpae in h eonoy ofeGo
water was lodged in her throat, and She wasn't afraid. That was th f
it would not let the air pass. She n oc ht nolrwohd o h a rwoa h sal
it oud otle te irpas.She wingvcetaanolrhoadsurprising thing. She wasn't afraid to work but is not willing to do so. tried to dislodge the obstacle but it just come off watch had been lean- of anything any more. She wasn't "If any will not work, neither let stayed there. ing on the rail of the deck below the even afraid of death. A few minutes him eat" (v. 10).
But even in her panic, her brain one from which she had fallen. She ago she had accepted death, and
was trying to work out this prob- had shot past him screaming. He death no longer frightened her. Apparently there were some in
lem. Zonie was a fair swimmer, it was who had thrown overboard She looked at the jumble of zlothem the church at Thessalonica who per- Gnly wrigsothin BenGa ats fat to 1eiv
Ordinarily, she was not afraid of the life-ring and then had telephoned on Amber's bed. There was one vented the teaching of the Lord's eodywamings soor dagten au acse ams opainev
water. The sensible thing to do was the bridge, evening dress that looked new. I return, who said that if Jesus were clswimm sy trs Asky doct au tho u pnto relax, to lie on her back and Zonie's next clear recollection was looked as if it had never been worn, coming any da'y there was no use reulin agntis upety sa/2imaean menfthol. Ben-Gay
make no effort, of the woman in white. The woman "Tomorrow night," Zoe decided, working. They had turned the truth actallscntan up t 2 imes ore ofbthese f o
So she lay on her back. After a in white was square-faced, rather "I'll wear that d red gown." completely around. The point is wnrits ta five-ther wel ee B-in.!
moment, she coughed the water out grim, and very efficient She helped that since Jesus may come at any
She could breathe again. But her her out of her tattered rags-all that I yours!" utheart was still a frantic chuttering remained of her white pique dress, most to accomplish a wen E
in her ears. Her scn rge that we may stand in His presence
inhrers e Paul's crisp voice said, "Zorie wt oadno ihsae
She could see the "Samoa" no- Once she was in her nightgown Are you al right?"
where. It had evidently sped on and in her bed, Zone had hysterics. "Yes." into the night. But it wasn't a bad attack. Later, (TO BE CONTINUED)


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House Bill No. 1a62 Tl, Yates, ., guardian of the estate Of
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 5 FOR SALE-20000 50 pound onion Notice is hereby given, that H. B. ita Yates and John Henry Yates,
S-mesh bgad4- ucirsfitRainey the holder Of the following miiinors will onl the 5[h dlay of Dcceem
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER certificates has filed said cerifiates bi 1344 at the hour of 11 O'clock A.
Established 1869 mesh bags for pecans and sweet for a tax deed to he issued thereon nakc, aplication to Hon. Thos. B.
pottos. c ac. J F CadwllThe colrtificate numbers and year's of Ei,] 1County Judge of Jeffersonl CoupMONTICELLO CONSTITUTION poSo, Tampa Wholesaldue issuance, the description of the prop- tN 1lot ala it his office in Monticello,
ii& SoTmaWoeaePoueerty, and the names in which it was Fafor totliority to ake private sale Established 1873 assess are as follows: of all the i it, title and Undivited inChanged to M P u F Certificate NO. 202 tert whob is owned and held by
MONTICELLO Nov. 10-17-24 c Year of Isstance Jtly t, 1942 saot mol in and to the following
MONICELONEW-103 SPRTMENDecription of Proprt Lot 8 Lomai dean bhed pi operty situate, lying and
IAlta Sub. Sec. '30, Township 2 North, hicing iin Jiffersco County, Florida, toCSOTMNRange 5 East. wit:
KEATHLEY BOWDEN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT Name in which assessed: Rainey L Alt of til east half of the west half
Editor Ha small b of pemnatic Life Kendall. ot the outhwest quarter, except four
______________ e nmerAll of said property being fin the aicres off (ihe orlth lid thereof extendEntered at Monticello Post Office Rafts five man capacity. .Have never County of Jefferson, State of Florida. lui s the entire north Side thereIUiiless such cer-tificate. or certificates uf icem a st to west a distance of ten as Mail matter of the Second Class been used and when knocked down shall be redeemed according to law the chains aii in pth a distance of four
-are 15" in diameter, and 36" long and property~ described !in such certificate chains nioirthi and south, all Of said Telephoneor ertificateill be sold to the high- lnd ti in Section Twenty (20)
Telephone.S IN8- They have a capaity of10POfest bidder ait the court ouse door on tow\n.hiii too north laTnge, seven east,
OFFIE OFPUBLCATIN STCK dead weight, actual weight 62 pounds the first Monday !in the month of Dec- containing thirty six acres, more or
ews uiling nd hen nfltedember, 1944, which is the 4th, ay of leas>
'ews Building Dogwood Street are 9.fort with a December, 1944. ALICE M. YATES
five foot beam. Price $106.50 F.O.B. Iatet this ]st, day of Novemberl. -4s ftflli o Jaita Yates and John 1944. 1 iil ,f1 '
SUBCRITIO RTES. ~Thomasville, Ga. .Thompson Foundry (CICUIT COURT SEAL) No. 19. -Noi. ,1-10-17-24 Dec. L.
One Year --------------- $2.00 S;. 7_ __ __ __ _of Circuit Court of Jefferson GUAI)IANSHIP NOTICE
Six Months ----------- 1.00 f FR W D o p, k, ;i11 County, For. ______Three Months ----------- .75
_______________________________ I, ~ ., deliver. Cut all lenghits. Lamoict asc Guardian Of the persons of
Wood Yards. Lamont, Florida. 1tc NOTIC E OF xI'PLICA'PION F OR :tisa,,tli iick, Mary Wirick, and
1,250 _AR V A_ lois Wirick. all miners, will on the
1,25 WA'S RRIED T ~TAX DEED1 liii of December, 1944, at the hour of
BASE IN NEW GUINEA 1 DARK BAY MULE-weight about 00 'clock iii the forenoo, or as
TL1 800 lbs; wenin behind left shoulder; Noic Hosel 1111 N. 1S62me thereafter as 1 ma ly be heard,
With thousands of cheering GI's . . took up about Nov. 3. Owner Can Groover the holder of the folon
paigfo certificates has filed said cetfctsiein the city of Mloticello,. Florida, crowding around the palm-fringed tax deed to be issued thereon. for atithority to sell at private
bay, one of the largest contingents this ad. Leonard Green. ltp The certificate numbers and years of li ene, undivided interest of the
ofte oensAryCop ee isstuane, the description of the prp ad mios nand to, the following
erty, an'd the names in which itwas real estat. stat ad being In Jesfof the Women's Army Corps ever
shipped overseas arrived at a big assessed are as follows: ,roa County Florida-to-wit.
NOTCECetiicteNo. 19The, West Hialf of the Southwest base in New Guinea. More than 1,200 OTC
bas inNewGuiea.Mor thn 120 Yotnr of Issuance Anutst 4. E91 Qiiartsi, (WI,!, of SW'A) and West Half
enlisted women and 50 WAC officers DFPot Hitien of P r t. of tim Southeast oiiter of the SouthHuntng o othrwis trepassng D FF 114 Wiricks Addition Monati- West1 Qiarter, (1i/p of SEV, of SW%/) were on board the troop ship. on my lands two miles west of cello, of Section one, (1).
A "Sorry you don t like it. Ma'am. May I suggest a bond then, for a REAL .ducks"
A le f6 mhbos"uk'Ifoundation." Monticello is hereby forbidden. Preshton. Quarter, (Wi/, of NW'!,); the West
line up n shre punge int thp 1All of said property being in the, Half of the Est Half of the Northwest
lined up on shore plunged into the _________________________________SALLIE T. KUDER Coptit of Jfe son tate of Florida. Quaiter, W/,Of EI/, or NWi/ ) of Seewater as the vessel hove to. TheDec 1 i Ic-is such certific or certificates tin Twelve (12);also. beginning at
Wacs scrambled down Ythe__"Jacob's_ __ladd er"acob'swStock'Jacob'the biological sciences, or equva- shal 1 e redeemed according to law the the Sotheast corner of the Northwest
ladders" and piled into the smaller lent experience. Salaries range from oe a rtificate sd te g, nW iv, () chin Thence
an lan veices tookcacs il them ashore ih 2) u es ie () h intec
craft. The "ducks," combination sea ---- $135.00 to $225.00 monthly. For fur-l_ &1I~f~L SOA "st)" s'ddr the, court house doorl onl North Seven, (7), chains, thence south
and land vehicles, took them ashore A good un of cattle and hogs sold ther information, communicate wit SOAP artL 1ers. ici the th dyf ecto tl, (12).
*~ h JI1Lf4~f~i~ iieflui R444 Monday i he dout of e-eseron Tee ponto1 bginngo
and overland to their quarters. lat the Monticello Stock Yard's week-:Merit System Supervisor Sitate: InI iL ( LROC"II s If sou hol, lDeceni.bei', 1944. .All of thel above, descr.ibed lands beOnce on land after the long sea ly sale, Monday; hogs sold about a Board of Health and Crippled Child-ale gioci cant ulyou ,itl Daitd his 1t, day Of November, lug in Townsip one, (1). North and
p~wdl. .it o, 144.Range Three, (3), East, nand containing voyage, the Wac's started to make quarter higher and cattle sold about rent's Commission, 201 Professional "fiue" 'A 1 hii g p i1, 9
.hoece write fol ui- pvice list. IICI OR EL 227 acres mor or lesIs,
themselves at home in their new steady with last week. Building Gaines-ille, Florida. PRODUCTS CO. Clerk of Ct Cor of Jetro U9E4.
surroundings. Plywood barracks al- Best steers & heifers 10 to 13.00 Ioultrie, Georgia Cotnty, Florda. Guardian.
NulOTICE.It~dtur ter eiesltooot Oil Ay'l'LICATiON F'OR No. 17. Nov. 3-10-17-54-Dec 1. No. 12 Nov-. '-10-17-24 Dec. 1.
ready had been built for them. It Mdu te' efr o1.0''XDE)__________________wasn't long before a chow line form- Best cows.8 to 10.00 House full No. IS62
ed and the Wacs grabbed their mess Medium cows. 4 to 8.00 Notice is he.eby given, tha.t W I. NOTICE Wisefmericans How Figt
kits for a meal of "bully" beef, pota- Old thin shellypnows. 2 to 4.00 Phelps the holder of the tohlow log ee to salad ,tomatoes, fruit salad and
~C s t 0 a na a i NSYt p t a 9 raee it pt 9 e wsa is or,
many of the newcomers hit the ocean HayN. os 30 ntenmsilwl~,i a '~s l'ofrdflsla ulcOtr o l hgts utbs a, ia U H
for abracig swm in he culingNo. 1 hogs.13.5o ed tare as follows: Ceirti*ctev No. 123. ithe ("tL 140ot.1e, between the hIi)iis of 11 oVtOck A, 1 and 2 clock P. I ocia lrtai ueT od for a bracing swim in the curlingDes- on the 4th, say of icember 1944. surf which washes in long white- No. 2 hogs. .12.75 cription of Proper-ty Lot 15 section :14 Ctf. Date of lie~ scip tien Sec. Top. I Lge. As. ihBclys"Canadir'
surfTownship 2 Northas hilge 4 inat, l No. Ctf
crested rollers along the sandy beach. -6- NW'A of SW', t 2N 6, 1. Almost instantly you get the nurNo.4 og 1.9 Nme n ie, a,22., 8-5-40 .SW't/ of NW1!, .lel r:2N 6H 41). arlse of Your life-coughing eases
The Wacs expressed amazement at N10 tsa 260 9-b--8 Lot 29 D,1. T :18 Dilworths Add. Aon -right away it loosens up thick
the great scope of the development, No. 5 hogs. 1.75 All of said property being in the 24 8-7 1 ot 1 Dir, It 118 F. L. Sluons Add, to Monticello. choking phlegm-opens up clogged
which is a base for the Army Servic- Light No. 5 hogs. 10.90 County of Jefferson. State of Flotidla. 2 J 2 . & eases of Supply. They were driven overdd to Monticello.
es f uppy.Thy wredrienovr Rugs. to1200shall bie redeemed according to law the, 229 8-4-41 Lot 24 Dilworthi Add. 10 Moniticello There's real economy in Buckley's
miles of smooth roads, passing cities Feeder pigs.6 to 12.00 property described in such, certihicate 245 8-4-41 In NE',, o11 DE. J oi
otetanbarcsothwatoor OertifucateswNill 1)e sold to the Itigh- 264 8-5-40 Lot 7 DRB. WW 82 Graves Add. to Montiecello. one teaspoonful will convince the
of tents ard barracks on the way toot e do 274 8-5-40 Lot 13 L. Sli s Add.
hedqares o eor i o herSTATE BOARD OF HEALTH the first Toinday inl the mouth of Doe- 219 8-4-41 South, 7,) F't. [,t, 10 & It F. L, Sim' Add \,l. Mont'illo. Gest noutclys. aaio"naeI
headquarters to report !in to their oz Uke' "aalr aeI
eme.19-14, which is the 4th, dlay of 119 91-2-5 1 tIN NE ('ot of SW'!u of Nlthi, as per, DR. VV [I. A., the Coaigh Miture that outnewPage 202 6 1s 4E sellS all Others In Australia, New
newe staion NEDSTAIEstRR ~ day Of November, 19a1 9-7-36 In E!, Of SW1! as pler D.B. V Page 40C 8 11; 4E 1I Zealaind, Canada and many other
Sent to far off New Guinea to per- 1944 164 8-4-41 SE',! of NE'/ e. SE counters on merit alone. At all
form a myriad of administrative and Opportunities for permanent eml- (CIRCUJIT (CURT SETAL) 2,)2 9l-5-38 Pt Lot 4 DE. LL, Page 88 Dihwonihs Add. Mfonticello,. I good druggists.
technical tasks, the Wacs were activ- ployment are being made to trained Clek of Cu-cult Cour Of Jef CLYDE H, SAIlLS SILO C Y DRUG STORE
ated for overseas shipment at Fort laboratory workers by the laborator- County, Florida. No. 20 Nov 17-24.
Oglethorpe, Georgia, where they had les of the Florida State Board of No. 14. Nov. 1-10-17-24-Dec. 1 They then entrained for the west Health. Positions for bacteriologists They then enterained for the west and serologists are open in Pensacoast and boarded the ship for the cola and Jacksonville, and persons Southwest Pacific. Senior Officer appointed will he able to obtain perand Troop Commander for the voyage manent status under the merit sysvoyage was Major Ellen Bailey of ter. Minmum qualifications call for
Ho st n T graduation with a major: inl
Houston, Texas. 'l
On the trip over the American
women had is shipmates a unit of
"Dutch Wacs," trained in the United
States and bound for Australia. A
Life on shipboard included movies
every afternoon and music by a WAC TRANSFER & STORAGE
orchestra of guitars, harmonicas, tonettes, ocarinas and anything else they
could lay their hand on. The Wacs We operate in Fla., Ga., Ala
said Bach and Beethoven might have C e a
been startled by the result, but the equipment
band was really "in the groove." Every Load Insured
Everybody enjoyed life on ship- Office phone 1099
board but "Cleo." "Cleo" was the Residence Phone 2029
downy duckling mascot for the unit.
Stuffed with feed and too much kind- Tallahassee, Fla.
ness, "Cleo" got seasick and had to
be put on a regimented diet.
The Wacs travelled cabin class with
several to a cabin. Before the voyage
the American Red Cross had fitted
them out with candy and ditty bags. a
A ditty bag is a small cloth receptacle I N Wood once provided primitive man to cellulose. Florida's vast forest lands
for lipstick, nail polish, powder, smell- with his fire. then his home now are everlasting growing storehouses
ing salts, a book to read and other
tngralltsn a ookto rh the uses of wood and its by products of the products of wood post war
traveling odments.are numbered in the thousands industrialization can and will make
While they enjoyed the novelty of fron. plastics to paper from lignin use of these raw materiaLs.
the sea voyage ,the flying fishes,
mesh bg for pcn and wee Tecfnicooor is just one Of the valuable wood derivatives for
schools ofh JporCpdoiseeserifcae umer ad easnfdirmoutyJuinofJefesouCusets, the Wacs were glad to get which wide uses are being discovered .i it is
ashore, start washing their clothes &*sed in tanning leather, as aa binder in mtoiing conand to bathe ia fresh water again. Coming t create, as a water softener, as a ctase for fertilizer
They were eager to get to work. suc and even as a source of vanillin, used in flavoring
ice cream. Lignin is a by-product of wood pulp
LIVE STOCK AUCTIaN SALE KATHERINE processed for cellulose.
BRING YOUR HOGSF1l. when treated with different chemical, becomes
H lTlATR gunpowder, paper, photographic film, alcohl
RaftsCELLO S rayon, cellophane, imitation leather, lacquer, glycAUOlss se SoCric ad erine, plastic, felt, sugar, molasses, yeast or food
Aucton ver Monayandgetprotein. highest market prices. Sale ~,
starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock -Diec. 10i 11- Yes, these magic twins. of the forest Florida communities can profitably
Yards. J. M. Hawkins, Mgr. abound in Florida. Post war industry, speed their industrial development by
beelooking for the happy combination of first learning and assembling facts as
abundance in raw materials, sound to their industrial advantages and then
orrtifateswllbesoldothehigh-landeingnSeyAmerican born labor, favorable plant
sites, ready access to marketitlocau telling the world. Florida Power &
ember, 194lohccsahlth a o es

state and international, adequate Light Company will gladly co-operate. AL
transportation and an abundance of Contact the company s nearest local Jita
dependable power will find all these manager or write Florida Power &
Needed elements in Floridci Light Company. Mfami 30, Florida.

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I Mrs. James Cooksey entertained NOSEGAY CICLE the home of Mrs. B. J. Harmick Moil J THFAIR F
1I 1

Social A cti itie her bridge club Friday evening with day afternoon. Mrs. P. C. Wilkinscti MOitTieEsOLRI'
i rig dinner in her new home on IThe Nosegay theemet at the chairman, was in charge of the meet- SUNDAY-MONDAY, Nov. 26-27
West Washington street. home of Mrs. T. B. McDonald Mon- inig. The circle was pleased to have FRANK SINATRA
Ross ad cryantemus wreday afternoon with fifteen members the Misses Mary and l-ielen Bowen in
J. E. Thompson of Lloyd was a Joseph C. Braswell of Alachua was used in the living room and the an n isio prsent as gests at the meetg.
business visitor in town Saturday. a Sunday visitor in Monticello. dining table was centered with a stte beme A
_____ ~~beautiful arrangement of white cam- (1igiji social hour was enjoyed at of the circle who were present. No1coneadGrg Mupy
William Bellinger of Tallahassee J. Lee Smith, district agent for the ellias. [ c
the los ofthe eetng. Mrs. W. D. Sawyer discussed our Adoiphe Menjou, Gloria DeHaven and
was a visitor in Monticello on Tues- agricultural extension service was a Following dinner, bridge was enday. visitor here on Wednesday. joyed, Mrs. George Mills winning high MGNONETTE CIRCLE Roject. Mrs. SM Mrs. alte Slezak.
score prize and Mrs. Joe W. Pate re- I tcph and Airs. F. A. Johnston were
Miss Mildred Dickert is spending B. B. Babcock, a prominent ranch- ceiling low. The Mignonette Circle of the Garthis week in Tampa, where she is man of Fort Myers and Miami, spent Enjoying the evening with Mrs. den Club met at the home of M.My
attending a music clinic of public several days here this week on buali Cooksey were Mrs. George Mills, Mrs. A. N. Watson, with Mrs. E. S. Blair, ling prepare pot plants for delivery schoolJoe W. Pate, Mrs. Fred A. Man, co-hostess, Monday afternoon to Finesy General Hospital, Thomas- s.oUi I
school music teaches'. ness. _________Mrs. William Scruggs, Mrs. Charles The living room was decorated with ylG. o hita.Ajml ffnwt are ilad
George K. Miller of Houston, Tex- Misses Barbara Whidden and Mar- white roses, yellow chrysanthemums
as, is visiting his parents, Mr. and ion Moorehead of Florida State Col- R oe Mrc and rsohn a im s with brought to the meeting-also as part Quillan; and song hits-Paper Doll,
Mrs. H. K. Miller in their home on in Tallahassee were week end yellow stamen). of the war project. Any others who I Really Like You, and Comm' Round
the Grooverville Road. guests of Mrs. J. C. Braswell and _____ _________ Mrs. Alfred Foster presided ,t tp- have containers to contribute were the Mountain.
Miss Frances Braswell. meeting. The members answered roll asked to leave them at the welfare
Mrs. Joe W. Pate, Miss Grace Keen THANKSGIVING RELISHES call by naming a red flower. center. Tr.
and Clifford Shuman were visitors Miss Estelle Farr left Wednesday i Mrs. T. M. Braswell gave a report Roll call F the day was answered
this week in Atlanta, Ga., Mr. Shu- for New York City after a three Because the 1944 cranberry crop on the War Services committee meet- with arrangements or a picture of a Fighting Sea-Bees
man going there for a few days' stay weeks' visit here with her brother, has been cut by bad weather to about ing held a week earlier and received Thanksgiving centerpiece. John Wayne, Dennis OKeefe
in an Atlanta hospital. Edwin R. Farr, and her sister, Mrs. half the size of last year's crop, home the gifts of money for potted plants The topic of the program was "FallSuaHywr
MAlice K. Weaver of Live Oak. economists of the U. S. Department and the collection of vases, both of Flower Arrangements.' Ms. Win- S
Mrs. James R. Cooksey left Mon-1 of Agriculture suggest a raw relish which are to be sent to Finney Gen- kIdos gave a very interesting paper ongopoAosrction men who lovhPciieb
da for Sprtnbrg S. C.,u whererutonmn hJv
day for Spartanburg, S. C., where 'C. G. Cato of Milwaukee, Wiscon- as a good way to stretch scarce cran- eral Hospital. The vases that vwelra "The World From Rome' She alsn ofgt she is spending this week as the guest sin, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Leon- berries and make the most of their brought to the auction sale were gave directions for rooting plants of her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. A. Alla- ard Davis and mother, Mrs. J. T. bright color, nippy flavor and vitamin presented for the hospital collection and shrubs. Saturday Only, Dec. 2
band. Cato of Bethel. Mrs. Cato is a pa- C. Apples may also be called o to Mrs. Norbert Stephens, chairman The Christmas party will be at the
tient in Archbold Memorial Hospital extend cranberries for jelly or sauce. of civic committee ,announced that home of Mrs. P. Ml. McIntosh with i ong of iexas
Mrs. John Pasco who has been Thomasville. Or citrus relish or spiced fruits may the first week in December has been Mrs. Charlie Morris co-hostess. it Ro Rgesth kig fte
spending a week here with Miss OliveUlmer and visiting relatives in Thom- Mrs Rose Huttig and her son-in- tables. cemetery. ing the social hour and delicious re- Lane and Arline Judge.
asville, left today for her home in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe For a delicious raw relish which: Mrs Emerson Ridgeway presented freshments were served by the host- -AlsoRaleigh, N. C. Arns and baby Linda Arns, of Mobile, can be kept in a covered jar in the an interesting talk on "History of eCARTOON SERIA
Alabama, are visiting the former's refrigerator for a week or two, home IGardening."_________________________________Mrs. D. D. Dieffenwierth of Tam- mother and brother, Mrs. J. D. Free- economists offer the following recipe: After the meeting the hostesses pa is visiting her mother ,Mrs. J. Gil- man and W. D. Freeman, at their 1 cup cranberries; 1 orange; 1 apple, served sandwiches hot coffee and bert, and her brother and sister-in- home here, cored; ti to 1 cup sugar; % teaspoon salted nuts.
law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gilbert in salt. Pick over berries wash and
their home near Monticello. Clifford Seay, attorney in Barnes- drain. Cut orange in quarters and FOUNDERS GARDEN CIRCLE
Ville, Ga., will spend the Thanksgiv- remove any seeds. Grind berries,4 "Gardening in Children's LiteraT. B. McDonald has returned from ing holidays here with his mother, apple and orange-rind and all- t wsc
Atlanta where he was called by the Mrs. J. B. Taylor and Mr Taylor in through food chopper, using coarse Mrs E. L. Baxt a th regu
illness of his brother, Harry McDon- their home on West Washington blade. Combine with sugar and salt. may M
aid. While there he was the guest ofchill. trduced the subject by reading some
his sister, Mrs. Arthur Moore.____ald W il t erehe wa t e ues o sretFor those who want the traditional poems about flowers fo olc
Miss Ivie Pearl Hamrick returned red, tart jelly or sauce, apples can be tion of old favorites o hlin h Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Gay and Thursday from Orlando where she called on to stretch the cranberries. then discussed the c s a
small daughter, Patricia Anneo attended the state tax assessor's as- Apple juice and cranberry juice ay books which were displayed as this
Jacksonville have been guests this association, which met there on Nov- be combined for clear jelly. Or apples Circle's contribution to Children's week of Mr .and Mrs. Hancil Glover. ember 13-14 and 15. While away she may be cooked with cranberries for Book Week. "Stella Strawberry," a While here Dr. Gay enjoyed a few spent a short time visiting relatives sauce. When cranberries are made storybook doll for the playpen group, days of hunting. in Apopka. into a strained jelly, a good dea lis was followed by the reading of the 9lost in straining out skins and seeds. story of the "Root Children" which

Collins and Charles Walker spent sev- Mo., Mrs. Frank Craig of Atlanta, sace with the whole berries left in learning to read. Material suitable J:EE1fI ZERSINS
erl as as ee i pokwege in Talaase weewe n

ueand Mrs. J. 0. Sumner and daughter, and perhaps some apple juice added to the older age groups was presented they were guests of Mrs. Hamrick's Mrs. Frances Flowers, of Vincennes, to make it go farther. in order with special emphasis on well.
sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. andMIndiana, arrived Wednesday to spend Burgess' "Flower Book" from which EVerYAcre
Mrs. Carroll Hamrick and Mr. and theAn alternate for cranberry relish M

Mrs. Wilson Hmick. th sr sauce is uncooked citrus relish.
tives here. They are visiting their apples, cored; 1 range; rind The chairman, Mrs. R. T. Wallace,

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Lanier of oter, Ba el., and Mr and Mrs. of orange; 1 grapefruit; 1 tablete Arc d M ra session during which committee reJacksonville will arrive today for a W. spoon lemon juice; cup sugar. Put
MRs. Rosen Hutti andle herug son-in-er orswrercivd A U F

few days' stay at the Dixie Hotel. -___teape hog odcopr The meeting was held at the home The best way to be sure you'll
They will be accompanied by MiMss using coarse blade. Quarter the
Arns nd bay Lina Arnoof obile

Mary Budd Holmes who will spendA Lt. and Mrs. William M. Scruggs, orange, remove seeds ,and put through m eJr., arrived Wednesday from A gus- food chopper e d by Mrs, S. Clarke and Miss
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a andk W.d D.t Freemannat their hernd ee

Rev, and Mrs. Henry Holmes. ta, Ga., to spend several days with grapefruit, remove sections from Sallie Pulestoin in serving refresh- need it this season is to place your order now, and take
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. membrane, and cut in small pieces.gments following the program. delivery when the fertilizer is ready. Planting shouldn't
iW. M. Scruggs. They were accom- Combine with apple, tangh wait. Be ready with Armour's BIG CROP. See your
Col. and Mparied by Mrs. J. Roberts Murdock, juice and sugar. Chill overnight to Maximum prices of beef and veal
today to spend several days with Mrs. :Jr., who is visiting her husband's blend flavors. Makes 3 cups. :cured and smoked tongue have beenAror getnw
Moon's uncle anid his wife, Mr. and! parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murdock 'reduced from 1 to 3 cents per pound
Mrs. Charles L. Moore. Col. Moon, in their home in East End.ashin
having ~ ~ ~ ~ Thrsa from Orlando wher shee s;b fie fPieAmiitain

d At the same time, OPA said ceil- SAWYER FARM SUPPLY STORE
spending his leave with his family in BRIDGE AND DINNER PARTIES Subscribe to ings on beef, veal, lamb and mutton
Colsocation whic met there onur Nov-e

ColubusGa H esia ill rcietr Tte GIVEN AT HUGHES HOME *sweetbreads (neck) were increased 1 OTCLO LRD PHONE 98
ashbforur her H tratnmenet. Col e mbe The Monticello News to 2 cents per pound to correct a
days o her tent. Co. M Mrs. Joe R. Hughes, Jr., entertain- error in original calculations.
s o ed with a three-table bridge party
the fight in the Philippines. Tuesday afternoon in her home at
El Destino Plantation. In the living
SOLDIERS HAVE RESIDENT'S room lovely arrangements of pin
RATE FOR HUNTING LICENSE camellias were used and in the dinTallahassee, Nov. 16- Florida ntered de table. Have a Coca-Cola= Refreshment calling

extends the same hunting privileges' Following several progressions of to military anid naval personnel sta- I
tind ntissae sreietse-bridge Mrs. L. R. Rainey was award-r joy, Dr. 1. N. Kennedy, Director of Ie ihsoepie r.T .Cak
mr., second high and Mrs. Richard am ndeSimpson low. Mrs. Wilmer Bassett
few dsio ay ate thei Dixiek htel.ow

S ee island Mrs Tharin Cooper were each
means that service menl and women, present wiha1us.pie regardless of their own residence may
the weekd endr with her parentsg the1 Is

purchase hunting licenses oi theA
se is a e i l when each of the guests playing reColumbus Ga.e He will returntooth

if they are on station in this state
says hostesseserved aosaladbcoursejand

thereby enjoying considerable savingItehots eve a coffeean
as the non-resident license fees are
higher than those for residents. Another delightful affair at the
There are no exemptions for hunt- H-ughes home was given on Wednesidents 65 years and older and child- Hughes entertained a group of
ing icenes n Flridaexcptfr rs ra cesening ersnofr.incennes.

el under the age of 1.5, Kennedy friends at a wild duck daier party. explained. Resident county licenses The beautifully appointed dining
cost$1.2 whle rsidet, thertha table was centered with yellow chryhome county, costs J3.25. A resident and Mr .d M
state license is $5.50, while a non- yellow was used in candles and china. 9
resident state license is $25.50. A Those enjoying the evening vith non-resident ten day continuous It- Mr Land Mrs Hughes were Mr. and cense costs $10.50. -IMrs. Joe Carr, anid the latter's sister,
All of these licenses may be oh- Mrs. William Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. W. tamed from the county judges, and Chaeffer, Judge and Mrs. Tom B. the costs include the judge's fee. Bird, and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Rainey.

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W M itrucess ggsTeaey Sw aco

Special nti Thnksgvin- .the familiar red cooler invites you

a ieIn your town and in any town you yourself are likely to be a part of a scene
AJr. who5 isea visirmnetn erhubn'

Mlike this. People are on the move. Across the land, familiar red coolers for

$7.50 Coca-Cola invite them-and you-to pause and be refreshed with icecold

Ms"Coke". Ys, at home and abroad Coca-Cola has become a high-sign of "Look Your Best For Thanksgiving" friendly refreshment.
E to acquire friendly abbrviaRTeBOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY O THE COCA-COA COMPANY BY tons. That's why you hear

-Mrs James- 14 T. Cooke netie

The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla. Friday, November 24, 1944

Your French Doors 0
Your~dof Frnh4ors: Sailor Doll Everyone's Favorite

HOW to make French door cur- Looking at Needlework you'll hate to put down. Pat.
tains harmonize with the win- tern 933 contains a transfer pattern for
,iw treatment in a room is a doll and clothes; complete directions.
questian that always arises. Fre- l", Due to an unusually large demand end
antly, over-draperies are omit- HY current war conditions, slightly more time
ted for the doors even though they IL iS required in filling orders for a few of
are used for windows. The same CP E hardest thing about mak- Send your order to:
glass curtain material is then used ing a movie is landing the job
%as for the windows but a heading
A# te wndos bt aheaingto make it." This disarming State- sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
meatcoms fom Emun Gold-564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 8O, Ini. w RPE R1ES TO RINGS etcmsfo EdudGudEnleisetsI
On EENDING ng, who, if he doesn't know all
OR l~eMthere is to know about directing pieMenu tures, can at least give lessons to_____________ONLYm
Hambuger Dep-Dih Pie nine out of ten of his contempora- ddes
Celry url Olve What was your favorite picture?
Toasted Rusk "Dark Victory"? "Grand Hot
Currant Jelly "The Old Maid"? "Rip Tide"? "The Table Reminder
Molded Cranberry Salad Devil's Holiday"? "Lv" WieMAN-Why does a table make

eion derngr Pram mayes" beh hookeder" inem hiko araie
Recipe Given CWOMAN-Because it reminds
___________________ Goulding directed them all, and you of Nu-Maid . the Tablelmny more. ,>Grade margarine . made espe.
takes on flavor from tomatoes and Rugged Individualist cially for use on the table.-Adv.
isroi rod is used both top and bot- bao:Goulding is like no one else here.
i. However, over-draperies add L aHis technique is his and his alone.

C~ililim CURTINS Thi 32-page bookcis
AA little nest of grated American He welcomes temperament. The
Either a wooden or a metal rod -Cheese will surprise the family in Ses6)tougher they come the better he WHY QUINTUPLETS @
nftzlin well beyond the sides of these fluffy potato croquettes. Nour- 11/ cups dried lima beans likes 'em. always do this for
dwzloo frame may be hooked in fishing and filling, they fit well into 3 cups cold water There is so much to write about
MgingA cups canned tomatoes Goulding that in this article you ERE'S fun Get busy sewing
~ s hon ee n hedi-winter menus. 4 whole cloves can get only a Lithis sailor doll. He's the fa- CH ST COLDS!
Thrift Nutrition glimpse To Promptly Relieve Coughingdirp-This sketch is from a new book- 6 sliWhastevera on of the v oln SoreThroat and Aching Muscles
and 1n medum-ize onions man.e When YOsay who sees him wants to own him.
OW CUTSs. peas alled e boA k Yis 2 tablespoons flour that he is fabu- Whenever the Quintuplets catch coldea reapo new cuti and drapery their chets throats and backsarrubbed

0 0ild aer ok b n e c a n e nlos e e e' cents.a on u t i-1

Drawe 10trl.Pwrfly ntig
YEmeteillustrated step-by-step direc- tion conscious homemakers for rec- for teaspoon pepper my punches"Make Musterole owerfully rotievWkeesA measuring, cutting, making and that nourish but that are inex- suffo*ust rota t*n mptles

Siigplest ssomac andh hearburn docor usually t ols- u AS
Wendin b types from the known sash fo r oae u
pensive to fix. Wahbas okoeng tal I letEe:
the most complicated lined overll- w Cook sw uitd M qtndesto cl-ute e br eactsp
d*rAieaa stiffened valance. Whatever Expense of food has little to do ast uf tne and son er bronatrate
warictal"polmhr inh nwr Simmer tomatoes'Motfth

Ipesrgooobeledesoulovesnerybback oomereidrof spo.bodtle
leak~pepl who alal rggss
pblaem herencls te a5cnsr with nutrition as the recipes today an thotenefiog'w-sit~
Aeritewill show. There's dresss 0 peled h have

Amlnimen for 98 yeas-Hnfod
ahipa minutesns move those who are rle Strngths
thoe Wax your book shelves. This mse

liak, 4nec bites oakdes ande ivyd poison-Edun
MR.RTHWEH PASin skillet until They were either Goldn will permit books to slide in and
Jing, HIs and the family burn,. Goufin and

Mtepedsi. IUTs antietc actAon lesss-IvetinLbet Dangeroout easier and cause less wear on s a or en.r nd a e baon and brown them.

Keep aon bot handyonoraihermp
tmhticse then ddiflour natural . Bankhead, beautiful,
reo eypenstve and vital. Constance Bennett, so posi- In order not to scorch milk, Buy War Bonds
Im . . . . . . . . . . . . o r e e x e n s v e n d s e a s o n in g s a n d b l e n d w e l A d d t i v e . A l e x is S m it h s o n e r v o u s . r in s e t h e p a n w i th w a t e r f o r s e v
Suprs Jases.r.Ifodus tomatoes and cook unil thickened. Dolores Moran, so green . Joyce cral minutes before heating the DESES MINOR WOUNDS es s
SrmadAdd beans and serv I wa Reynolds, so young. Gig Young, milk.
(Makes 6) bacon over top, so anxious. Geraldine Fitzgerald,
lIdaho potatoes You've heard often enough the so Irishly indifferent. . Louise Hay- If candles are soiled, rub them aROLpoE
H E R/UR2 cup hot milk nutrition story on liver. Here's an- ward, Noel Coward's tip and mine with a cloth dipped in alcohol. W1T ERLU EL

ispnlsxspon dry-n barigs to Belparka Mthe
111aminlutes or double money back 2 tablespoons butter other recipe to add to your collec- . David Niven, so refreshing . Or they may be rubbed with lard
i eoinstaet aion.T.heatteris Salt and pepper tion on this excellent meat: ay Bainter, ou scared of the movies or other fats.
l amon,~a stma h an d h-earun eed ots knwsuallab eponym n ed p rse
iw easatn eHelen Hayes (for whom ho wrote
feort in 1 teaspoon grated cheese Liver With Spanish Beans. bat- SNAPPY FACTS
eerny 'Dancing Mothers') Paul To clean under the pi
back on returned of bottle I egg (Serves 5-6) so bothered about our language .- place an old sock moistened with ABOUT

Ine dryhbrea crumb oftenr cod w ForedFre I 1*2 tender in a small amount of water. 212 teaspoons salt me. eggs are to be cooked. This makes
Spear potatoes on fork and slip off V4 teaspoon pepper "Show me someone trembling, per- the shells more brittle and easier
skins. Mash well, adding hot milk, 1 bay leaf spring, fearing they'reBnotgood, hop- to remove.
Agal rte household ntiseptic dr. butter, salt, pepper, parsley and 1/ teaspoon powdered thyme ing they will get by-someone to arly 2,00 rIube iinr
afaainmeatfor 98 er-afr' onion. Shape large spoonfuls, suif- 2 medium onions, sliced whom the enterprise means life or When sending a book through Africa to replace tires which
RA1.SAMd OF MYRRH!l It cotains ficient for a serving into croquettes 1/ cup shortening !death-and I become their soldier. the mails, cut the corners from had been worn out or doaccetalvsss torelheve the soreness end with a tablespoonful of cheese in Vpunthlyscebeflvr egn WihR eah'several heavy envelopes and place strayed In action.

Ateas onen extray slore thef SIXTH Ie i s W t e e r he hef u o n r ft e b o
~he aA littlesndsanofstrainedAmusclen

4m ore sn and sidc ofburs, center of each. Roll in fine crumbs, 1 tablespoon flour love the fou corners of the bookioo
Tmthe lsstites akl ad ivy poisn- i nbatnegtwih1ta "I want to know all about them.thmAsarstoftedvsinf
eeto protect the petroleum by-product to avia
ishingiandandllingbureyfchafilg ant

%, snd Itsl antiseptichatin ess spoon water has been added. Then Wash beans, soak in cold water I want to enter their lives, know all A-itl0 ube-oe tion gasoline, about 50 per cent
ona".sld- ~ ~ ~ ol agai iniepi crumbs. Fryinsee overnight. Drain and measure the their problems; their aches, pains, 1Alitesmmlkrbdovr fth uaenpoucdory.
son, Sa.rrdzew of infections whenever the liui meaie sn u s. Fr tn b n d o
s s ot re broken, fat (380 degrees) until brown. Serve liudand add enough water to fears, apprehensions, and hope. leather chairs several times a theic rubber processIng so far In
Kccetiea bottle handy for the rabsior at once. -,r~~ -I'm paid well for my trouble, be- year will keep the leather soft and 1944 came from alcohol plants.
-nassnio, of kitchen end nrsery. At N utito cause there is great strength to be
your dgit-tiai sire bottle 35 Tr; Onions are plentiful this year and
sad sie 650; economy sico $1.25. for rec-given by someone who digs and u the shortage of civilian tires,
mape tatnourishlbt tatsre iex

&. 3AMFORtI MFG. CO. Syra, IL.Y. derstands more than surface prob- Never use a big unsightly knot bear in mind that in the time
SoEe makers of mushrooms.
wes"hen sewing. Even a tiny knot It takes to build one 56-inch
wihnution asethe Sureie todaytrea B odrc

oAs this is being written Edmund should be hidden on the wrong a
(Serves 6) side. Most dressmak factories, seven .25-20 truck
wil welcomeg sec-g hthecni- o o s

A- Sweet Spanish o aons rd
1- can condnsd creaofn us ers the most important picture of 'a knot at all in the ends of bast- per tires could be mode. And
his career. It's "Of Human Cr .plane tires are "must" room soup 'age," the Somerset Maugham story bastings the knot may catch in these dtays!
1t teaspoon Worcestershire sauce that catapulted Bette Davis to star- the threads of the fabric and pull
% cup grated American cheese dom. Her part of Mildred, the cock- them. Three or four fastening
RRTSlice onions in 1/a inch slices. Coy- ney girl who wrecks the life of Stitches at the beginning and end
er ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ wihbiig.atdwtr,1ta . .~ Philip Carey, is being taken in the 'of basting will hold it securely.
2 t son r present version by Eleanor Parker.

quart, Cook until 'W~hen serving vegetables, try a Goulding's method of conditioning Jones Found There Were
just tender-about combination of several such as 'Eleanor, an almost unknown, for I
Sn P rthe important role is typical of his Not Enough Coers In!
above and make them the main dish thoroughness.
Gi~ear~n Ill dE6 6 6-a int o a la rg e We of the meal. Carrots, green beans He went down on the set of "Be- Jones decided to enter business,
der and allow to and potatoes make up the platter. teen Two Worlds" to see her. She and so he bought an establishment
drain thoroughly.J'I~~~ was very beautiful, quiet, more un- frm an agent.
Saoon make three cups. Add aga After some months he fied,
Fin dr bread crumbshn non h'ee
Slcru paoes nd steam untilth get oe

tonse in buttered casserole and pour beans together with the xt ive seen So so o s gredients. Saute onion in orten- course I want later, he said: "Do you remember
skns mashro well, adding hot milksid O ies e

b teing until tender but not bro ten to play the part of Mildred, but I'm selling me a bus
bediuewihaeqaquniyadd to the beans, reservIng ft. Coy- sure I can't." months ago?"
gaining onions and sauce and top er and bring beans to aboil, simmer "What makes you so cocksure wit chese Bae i a ot venuntil tender, about 2 hous, can't do it?" asked Eddie. yu what's the trouble? Isn't it as I
with actaespooae nful o hees ine t ob?

(425 degrees) until brown on top and Meanwhile, dredge liver in flour She answered: "Well, it takes an repress bubbly, and brown in shortening in which actress, and you've got to be Eng- Oh, yes," said the other. "You

Lentils are full of protein and can onion was cooked. Cut liver into lish."
be ervd n pac ofmea. heyresmall thin strips and fold into the Eddie continued the narrative: where there were plenty of passfa t (30s e re e s)n u n til b rowna Sh y r e n ." e la h n terv ey h e a e t

especially good when cooked with -something happened Wey"
~ salt pork: Liver may also be marinated in was instinctive, it was a challenge. "What's wrong with that-?
French dressing for one hour be- it was my ego, I guess. "There were too many passersHpi'John. fore frying *hther it is prepared as "I asked her to sneak away when b_____________(Serves ) above or for fried or broiled liver. she could, talk cockney with me.I
45 cup lentils The dressing seasons the meat thor 'got the English actress Doris Lloyd
1c cup rice roughly and gives it an attractive to help her. At the end of the week
I quart water flavor. II knew she could do it.
I teaspoon salt A casserole that Is a time as well "I worked with her like a psychia- 11v
2 tbpon salte orkco as money saver is always a goocl trist. Altogether it took two and a
2 tbespoonsorceterhire bacn

drippings recipe to have on hand: half solid months of work to play
1 small onion Hamburger Deep Dish Pie, around with that girl until she blind1s teaspoon celery salt (Serves 5) y believed in me.
"we made the test, and I will
Rinse lentils and rice and add wa- 3/4 pound hamburger stake my reputation in the theater
ter, salt, diced pork and cook on low 3 teaspoons salt and films on the statement that Elheat 45 minutes. Chop onion fine 202 cup tomato juice eanor Parker is as great and excitand cook until tender in butter or e cup peas ing, as thrilling and promising an
Z6f yimettirowers are blazing the road bacon drippings. Add to cooked len- 3 large potatoes, diced actress as I've ever directed." "The Grains are great Feesfikindy! Each of these efficient weapons tiles and rice and stir in celery salt. 6 small young carrots ion inier buttered casserol and pourg' onFlksbrn o

fteafs opf dry batteries to spark th Another bean which is highly nu- 5 small onions Magic Spell Is Everywhere"), artfta inm instant action. The batteries you tritious is the lima. In this dish it Biscuit dough istrl worl trvlrttdnEdeoh he rainteclrefod essmenta
bee dilute withd anveer equalnt quantitywhlganelaeesnta

a aflul mean more fire-power for front- Place carrots, peas and potatoes Goulding is above all things a hu- to human nutrition. CA
=efing men. Use your available bat- wd Into large kettle. Add tomatoes and man being whose entire time and
mainingor onion andn sauc andoto

Iss Mtigly- keep them cool and dry. Lynn Says: cover tightly. Cook about 12 mEi- eoraespnonkwIng and unt Zterw as often as possible. For Free utes. understanding people. He loves peo1sainsy Iflts-Write Dept. U-4, Burgess It's Good This Way, Too: Green Grease a casserole. Cover bottom ple. .*
q~thly Company, Freeport, Illinois. beans with small onions in cheese with half of hamburger and sprinkle or mushroom sauce, with half of salt. Add part of the Blonde Tresses Are Going
silaesdone extra for the SIXTHeI Scallop oysters in cream of cl- cooked vegetables, then hamburger, Lana Turner is a big girl now, so
cry soup. Make the soup or use salt and remaining vegetables. Pour her hair will be cut short for "Week-Cogsintasufspth the canned if you want to save vegetable juices over all. Cover with End at the Waldorf." She had quite M oeadsol le.Qib1
BURG ESS time, cabry seet biscuit dough cut into biscuits and a time with that blonde halo while youriv sufit n se eas Also reieve
Combine cabry seet bake in a fairly hot oven (375 dL playing a WAEX They parted and nflditesohadcd.
BATTERI ES with mint sherbet for first course. grees) for 50 minutes. Use remain- braided it, and wound it around her Flo ietosi odr
Add pink coloring to honey be- lag dough, if any, for biscuits. head. . Gregory Ratoff, a Rus-IN THE NATION'S SERVICE fore serving on pancakes if you Get the most from your meat! Get youw sian, borrowed Sergt. Bob Davis, an I VatWI
like a blush on the flapjacks. earosngcrtfmMis Lynn Chain- Englishman, from the "Winged Vic- sons et ~~rjdU0 U each ori
Addchopedrip olvesto ar- bers by writing to her in care of Western tory" set to teach M-AcMurray, an rots uii celery or the two vegeta- Newspaper Union, 210 South Des plains Irishman, a guttural German ac- IK
bles wien combined. Street, Chicago 6, 11L. Please send a cent for a scene in "Where Do We '4, V -R O
Creamed onions are a good stamped, self-addressed envelope for youw Go From Here? "-burlesquilg an
released by Weste= Newspaper Uniop
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The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla., Friday, November 24, 1944

His Worry

Fun For the hole Fa Teac when a naur cy?
Teacher-Why, yourcosin
tell you.

SPARKY WATTS By BODY ROGERS Boss-What do you wani
HEY, IOC-- WH, WELL, I WY4ATE 1 660 Y came bEco-Ye i kow. i
Time I PRIVE L17TLE PUPPIES GUY PON'T qP __Time may be a healer-but I
P'AT YOURZ DARK AN' 6NAF // THEE not so hot as a beauty specialisil-'
AUTO Subtle Sarcasm
I' A!~V -A motorist parked his car todcose
~x'~~' 421 v, ~v -- ~* afire hydrant, and a pal'eznamrini

(I tA"' over from a corner and asked, Sayr. &&
dy, do y'ou mind coming out e tas mwA
iting me a hand?"
"Sure thing" agreed the obd;*ff
nll LP torist. "Whaddaya'want me to"jstwnyo, cckd ea*'Fe
HAP help me pick up this fire hydrusn sr&Z

-' ~move is down street a ways so ?E
~- have enough room to park there?"
*. .:.~'.All for Nothing I F- y MrklySy, ttat"How long are you in prbanb my man0
'Two weeks"
"What is the chrg"
V 9ANT'No charge. Everything's fru.s


y L- war iters wory and
By LENuffees for omchpy on ervousebid.+-. :n~,. ~helps bring prompt relief frombeas.'
burn, distress after meals, gas out Tatsao n OwzaE

REG'LAR FELLERS-The Man Behind Byk GENE BYRNEist for PEPTo-fusti

~ ~k~ -~F~~A~Y -' LIKE A DOCTOR'S
ByMany doctors Prescribe a co--bin A -" tion of ingredients for relief tatcei9
symptoms. Colds don't show ap ass,
REG'LAR Fsingle ailment, but as aLES h ptM
I Pt. V.An. ffl series of miseries. Grove's Cold To&lets are a combination of eight aaa
POP-A Button That's On to Stay LILBy J. MILLAR WATT medicil ingredients Work &Itied by Th. Bell 5yadicate. inc. toms: relieve headache, reduce Isw,
C MI -FIXE T4 LAST DO VQ/0 ease body aches, lessen TAP TO UF !
.pains, eae nasal stuffiness. TalesPe t
UTT ON ON WIT" CAN LALIH actly as directed. Get Grove' CAW.


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4sei oLe ao TTv< --BECAUSE IT'S RoDV
/7 /.~. fr 2 !J~I b Good-tasting Scott's Emul~ursin&ba
build strong bones, sound teetif, asd

D stamina; helps build distance to c
?~It'strich in natural A & D 11uitaIII'
/somay be lacking in the dict.And IL*
times easier to digest than pli~n cad~is
,.W .j7olSo give it daily. Buy at al drma
p ~ Recommended by 111117


Clyde Lewis

Roland Coe o CY AR cets dpw

.AK011t 9. FRI~s

"Now don't start helping him, Harvey. He must learn to make t I meant nothing personal, sir, when I sie enemy'S
his own decisions! plans are as plain as the nose on your e' With War Bonds and Sfaep


country witl, it each year since. He I NOTIE TIo CRIEDITrORs
T H E(1933 PROBA'E ACT, SES. 11, 12) ahas just completed a tour with Roy Our Acuff and the Grand 01' Opry. ootbaellf t Couty Jud,
i(Cont 1) This will be an evening of clean fun o re: state
Fr ia surprising what a letter can do, and plenty of entertainment that the Rutherfrd B Shun, Dvreycfn r
Swwhen you have been watching and entire family may enjoy, S. K. Stratos To All Ceditos and persons Having FU FEURSN Claimus Or Deands Against Said
T waiting for the postman. We areowner and manager of the KatherineJp gostat

Tiershe lostthe talon Edowns.~rn ~ ~ ~
ShortlyYou and each of You are hereby thtnotified and required tt ptesent ay forcomerades. You'll he hearing from Music during the show is by guitars cims and demands thhih oouf or
him very soon, meanwhile perhaps mandolins, bass and fiddles, and real nther B. Shman, de
STAFF thing te fafiled thy dunn,

makite ext po OurawP ryB ld g ,ATigersl oe ilhl obig tecwo ign wl efaue lngca, aeO si ony h
Editor-in-Chief-Ava Ruth Sawyer t half camee t
Foe toocre oaight Lion of the hearty reception accorded short igh clenof at Frmth
AnJ s erF edSscistan Editor--Beerly Paittle ayF e eronigh our boys by the English people. Ges- 'FURTHER EXPANSION OF THE olt thcst puhllcationoh Fofr this
On as er ied Scity diorsNel WitleMaylures like that will not only bridge STATE WELFARE PRO43RAM 310tile. Eachl liim or dead shall be
6 -0 score. Allsha state the place of
ure rala In what will undoubtedly be the the gap until Mrs. Clayton hears tAssdc and office address of
Class and Club Editr--Violet High- biggest and best ball game of the from Edward but will contribute to- Since the end of the fiscal year e caim ant, and ageor tony
warriors made a trek to Jasper last tower season on the local gridiron will be ward bridging the gap between two reviewed in the seventh annual re- and tn hehy am or adonotys
Friday in a very confident frame Of Tupists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- a d fie su h be oid.
frThcentered around e opposition oer- L. AINY
tirkof The rceed the o n into led to the local eleven in their ancient hreVa itional revenues have permitted the As executor of th Last Will and
Snd as theio rivals Pep which comes Pc and Mrs. Leon H. Walker of board to budget an increase in the Testaenrit f Rutherford B. Human,
fo otbol atlse t e d cea ed.
to the shadow of the Jasper goalpostos i Beytok-elyia tae ilehere tonight. ISmyrna, Tenn., spent three days lastimonthly average grants of recipients First publication Novemiber 24th., 1944.
rhon downs. Gs E d Pt Willie week with Mrs. Walker's parents, of public assistance, as follows: NO. 22-No. 2, De. 1-8-15.

wher they lot the ball GusBoanthete peinggaeefrhes4so
Shortly after this threat the Jasper Love-Lorn-BettileeBr in Perry the Tigers lost a heartbreak- Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Davis and with Old age assistance, from $24.00 to _________________Bulldogs put on a sustained drive Joke Editor-Eleanor Folsom. ing game to the fast and aggressive Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker. Private $2850.
at the h te alteam of Coach John Bembry. They Walker is on furlough f Aid to dependent children, frm

down torie them in yard line With aihan ai ciorEey $00t 3.0
seene have come on all season with a bril- Smyrna Army Air Base.
for their only serious threat of the Blair.
Sponsor-Frances Mashburn. liant record. They have beaten such AdithBeh
evening, but they made it good. In ____________teams as Live Oak, Quincy, Cross Lt. Burt Bassett, son of Mr. and $95.payment of County Taxes. A
one hin thy filed thy ddn' Cit, Jspe ard Maiso lat wek Mrs. W. W. Bassett, of Monticello Other results of increased reve- discount of 4 per cent will be alonly thinre y faledsog, Lthe DaidntsCtJse n aio atwe us
survivedhtse sinkigeoffhos shipodur
make the extra point. Our Tigers iorl 1bya tune of 21-7. By all indications lowed for payment in November.
overconfident spirit still was not par- i____ t will be the third Tiger defeat this ing the second battle of the Philip- The number of persons receiving,
ticularly affected when the half came HOW MY COM1MUNITY PROVIDES season. However, some special medl- pines and his parents have received the maximum old-age gato 4.0T

placen kic waso blckd Ther waso to find them on the short end of a icine is being mysteriously prepared two letters fromt him since that time. per month has increased from 2,970 .7. J1Tyo
FOR RECREATION in the hope of putting one over on Details and pictures of the battle as of June, 1944 to 6,386 as of Oct- Tax Collector
quarter they snorted and bucked, As the strong Perry eleven. A victory were still trickling back to the u. ober, 1944.
the fourth quarter opened they began My community does not provide over the mill town team would be a S. last week. In the biggest naval Applications in the three public

tainsto26 f thser factthateyrdstictisa
mo aesoo the rete t ar afo the erain rayfr frcetovr itntfahri h a forbtl fhsoyteJpns a sitnectgre l g s
were six points behind and the change outside school activities. We have local lads. They suffered one defeat taken a terrific beating. But it was sistance, aid to the blind and aid to HOSPITAL PLAN
was startling because during the nothing except a movie which pro- at the hands of the veteran Perry flow clear that in one battle's three dependent children are now practi'fourth period they opened up jut as ides three picture shows weekly. machine; however our team was a I engagements a U. S. task force off, cally on a current basis for the first $ 5.00 a day for a Hospital Room
if omene ad ave a ed laginOur community is not exceedingly green team then and have come a 'Leyte had a close brush with disas- time since the state-federal welfare for you a maximum of 40 days
tifa ene hadwaed ahere foltrati rich, but they do not try to entertain lon wa ic httm. Th aster. On October 24 two U. S. air- Program was inaugurated on July each year.

thirers.t Twic terd goaltermatslnde ic httme h as 97 00 o prtn omCags
86us, or provide a wy to help us to who miss seeing this game will be craft carriers, ambier Bay and St.
wr d en id but as the fourth p o.00on Labosat or Careges.
yrsh. With a minute and a half to sin many moons. Monticello is out Lt Burt Bassett was one of the NOTICE TO CREDITORS 5.00on Ambulances to or from

offierssavd'wen isohrp tho(1pletionsEACT SEf. 19,1n0
go they had the ball on the Jasper 45 for every thing we do or suggest. We to get even for the 62-0 beating they Hospley.
yad in, nernnngply ndahave no place to dance except at the took onl the local field here last year, Gambier Bay, went down. His good fir the Court of thre County judge, 2500osXiay(.hecs) yad ine. Ong rn i play a1 kf d Je erso Cou t, very good defe game
pass to Luther Davis brought the ball loajejit n eetle and the present team bids a good ofied n feow-oicer, Lt. Vereen In re: Estate .1 In Probate. 12.00 on Anesthetic Charges.
down to the nine yard line. With about outrageously if we do. We have chance of doing just that thing. nelovelThomasville, Ga., author of ToAllen Marediosai peersone aig 50do haoTeap ramns
sClaims or Dends Agaist Said 50.00for Emergency Care away

Tevte eod Big oNgohthrpsnosi igpolnobwngaey
in fact wehave nothing. I've often missing. Burt's letters to his family Estate.
to Floyd brought the pigskin to the You and each of you are hereby from home.
one. On the succeeding play With wondered at the empty stores and since the sinking of the ship could notified and required to Present ay 5.00 for First Aid Treatments.
buildings why a committee of towns- give no details, only the bare fact claims ad demands nshich you,
only wnte sec s may gound ate Dai Dear Soothing Sally, tlthat he was safe, either of ay have against tie FAMILY GROUPS AT ONE

ealpoyuenecasmn u opedd'getoehradhldeesdlaeosadCuttte
bulled his way over for the odys estate Of Mrs. Michalena Maieweki, PREMIU3

wil neve come. In factiz the maytr lb ydem a al hr njst_ V _dcaelt o adCutt
Tiger score. Billy Floyd's attempted uskd oognz emtr lb y.emmna o njsCounty Judge of Jefferson County, Wieo hn
place kick was blocked. There was We could form a club with clean hab- one respect--he's too short. Can you Captain Norman W. McLeod, of Florida, at his office in the court houiseWrtorPon
no im let or kckof.its, a place where we could relax and give me any advice on how David R. the U. S. Army Medical Corps, is at of said County at AMonticello, Florida. PROFESSIONAL

no ticme letsorn kiough.
enjoy ourselves without someone can appear to be as tall as I am. I'm home on furlough visiting his par- ti of the ft publication of this INSURANCE CORPORATION

the statisticsyhe 2i5,er.00 led0.00
In th ttsisteTgr e sstraining his eyes to see what we rather on the desperate side. ents, Mr. anid Mrs. N. W, MeLeyod in notie. Each claimn or dernand shall bie
were aud to. in writing, and shall state the place of they ave Mdion inaeey gamey exce weeuio Love and Kisses, 1Aucilla. Another brother, at home on esidence and ianst officee address OF P.O0. Box 132 .Phone 1961
the las radison ga m e T e a b L t. W allace MtLi ed, the c aoieant, n ad hall ry to y
f u rl o u g h a ls o is .t e la i a n is a g e n o r a tt o r n y T a lla ia s s F lo r id a
totaling 182 yards from scrimmage situation is? In school we are pro- Dear Carolyn, f F Bid all be void.
loafor126 for Jasper. Luther Davis vided with physical exercise and men- Jus lh-nd s b A ,Id, NAME.
against were -- administrator of the Esteat wOf ADDRES
made the greatest yardage for the ta exercise, bu ntwithI recreation der Miss Beyers-with all that stren- class, USN.R. recently completed Illichalena Majeivali. deceased. -.
t roids ntrtinen fr ou xecie e' buFirssrecht pulcation N,,oeber 24th. 1944. TW.
Tigers with 105 yards. Rogers made that shawi N n 1
86 yards for the Jasper team. The youngsters. a little. Luck to him, eo m for a nie ay furlough
famed Jasper passing attac bogged Usually in a small town, of our wit his fe an parents.
down as they completed only two of size, some kind of recreation is pro- wLUB Whie ie triningaenas chse

Virini McntshSon Pattersonnnghewa cosn
Bell, m fr t lfI townspeople would getgGLdE
e honor nan of his class of 120 This

brief~~at ern abenewihatratuerlg
yards via air as compared with Mon- together and definitely deiewa

You Gholda heard then shrek ofpa t ie i heopruiyo ted
ticello's four completions of nine could be done, and I think plenty tln naCrsmsPgatDe ie i h potnt fatnd ting any advanced school the Nay
throws for 58 yards. William Bailey could, the students and teamsters of
Missunsplsaehnehs rFriday r w. g
playing a very good defensive game our town would work and do the rest,

toua Musi Clinic. Herustncs shinin facetSnay ccmaie y
shoer ithied most. eseial ine Geelleeaiesjs
Clbay, November 26 the Glee Club is his wife for a visit in Jacksonville howbady w ned smetingon histo sing at the First Baptist Church in before Seaman DeVane returned t ac il tg hwoiiae
Seniors Prepare For Phap a two-lane bowling alley Mecialo Wegv erng n a o T anksivng. Babrdg this show in 1936, and has toured
rthe entire U. S. from coast to coast. e could e set up with a small place The Glee Club is made p of all

Te2 er Night. ._.___.___.__O_1
The B g N g tfor dancing anid lounging, with the denominations, so please come. ainN w -Lodi elkonb l h c
_____help of the kids it could be kept clean _____famous Western Stars, for his fast ~
TeSnoshlaclsdicsinand to form a club with a set of BET CLBItne rmpge1 n rc hoig
rules to go by, with a committee toBEACU(Cniudfo pae1adtrcshtng

O T.e 13eMaiso held. a Ols 0ic si ,.
wihM.Stoutamire, representative year and Period 1 coupons for this* He has just finished a tour with K~

Nov.y 3he Madso .n.d .b.y. 12i 7a t
wi the ir.taios carrya them ouhndbativwyi Thle Beta Club is working hard and season now valid.,cf n h rn l py

Nov.d 9e Cros Cityou an.y. 19s 7rR y A u f ai h r n O e O.
ote invitatons tesdyeo anhae could. b sarun thor y fu o will select some new members, but GASOLINE eoy which he made picture switch
takn ae o ae s of tinvto bthr.a Rth Sasyyet we aren't completely organ A-13 coupons valid through Decem- Roy,
tiAswewih.Wearsistycgotdted friom -eh stder Patto ers
decide on the color of caps and gowns sized this year.
records, needles, dance floor wax, ioeVlt High-oiguenwreu
ea tyouunderclassmen, bu lt i and the minor things needed. that
ionumber and state on each gasolineMb The Rainbow Ranch Girls Show
us t semsas f tos lat fwdys Guwsh sool ne ol osm-DR

us t ees a i toselat ew ay tin abutths._otyarsthyav coupon in his possession as soo.n as consists of music, modern andbil
will never come. In fact, they may tigaoths.Fryrshehve Hoot, whose bracelet you got, Boy? they are issued him by the rationing billy dancing, such as hula, tafit
not come soon enough talked about it but for years they
If ny f y u w uld lik an ad S avnish aond a tin Editoro lke th idiEvelyn t r e c

o kn seonanthe ing sou it but show, Myrt and Frankie? Initial complaints of alleged illicit Music is furnished by guitars, manthe anual, they're $2.50, $5.00, $10.00 itlk Tomhe terondler hW weulget Martha Anne'ls in -love again! This sales of cigarettes prompted District dlnbs n ide. Cmd
andnt so000 muchl troble Wea wouldn'ty time it's "Mikey." OPA Director Chauncey W. Butler dlnbs n ide. Cmd

and $20.00 We'l bie golad iomellay be doing things to get into trouble ____________to caution smokers today that they n My c o u n y oelp s o t provide galore.
also. e o o r eaWIDE AND FRESH alone hold the key to whether a full- Lloyd guarantees the entire family
outsie so ol etraivietier s.Wehv

Juniors, we've forgotten the little co ntin t fledged black market develops from an evening of unsurpassed, clean
misunderstanding, so let's co-oerate -MARTHA ANNE STELTS Binks-Why does Bill call his wife the present acute shortage. entertainment.
o i a a he anAmazon? She's just a little thing The shortage," he said, "is oorels h a Skinks.-Well, I always supposed viously aggravated by smokers buy- Only 2 sows-6:30 P. M. and 9 P. M.
Senior Highlights is the way most of us high school it was because she is uncommonly ing in advance of normal needs to
deswide at the mouth, build up personal supplies. Some are
stuor s fel I hope this a e Wll apparently willing to pay more than
hlc us get a club s .alte, GOES ON FOREVER legal prices and are theeby sowing

lo for Jasper's Homecoming Game boln alleyablakmrktw
inWhite.-What's your son going to will eventually only deprive them
erthefoly SPANISH HUMOR be when he passes his exams and further of the cigarettes they cher-

(Translated) graduates? ish."
Emmala Pate-John Lloydt p e r c d a
Martha Anne Stelts--J. A. Bradshaw GOOD ANSE Black-An old, old man. Commenting on the initial com-1
plaints of illegal sales, Mr. Butler Beverly Patterson-William Anderson GAE EMAoIEAsidOP s nvsigtigsaesa
stra nin his eye toes i atn seee wha wese t

Joyce Cooper-Jackie Hamilton A father received from his son the GAVE __ retai and atE whlslti.nefot
Swwdey DatchtthWiuInao r:in Rufus.-That was very nice of all to combat the black market threat.
vr De Faer I am conung those friends to cal on Bill while his In promising rigid enforcement of
Virginia Mclntosh-Sonny Patterson fae. p eedou to sed me b a h- wife was in the hospital. OPA regulations, which require crg-e a
_____ redpeos o py m bard I m- Goofus.-You don't understand, arettes to be sold at March, 1942,
brace you. Manuel. Bill's wife was kicked by a mule and prices plus small additions for certain
yongsr"P. S.-After writing tis letter I m ed to school Monday at noon after a have become ashamed of myself ard Bill ou the m ue. itOsade d vilator re
brief absence with a fractured leg. Ihave begun to run behind the mail- et l _wouldsellthe _mule. lial O r i i proctor, as
You thoulda' heard the shrieks of man who is carrying it. I beseech
delight Tuesday morning when he God that you may not receive it." READ AND AIG I well as treble damage claims.
strolled into Junior homeroom. Under existing regulations, all cigSe d s a tes e arette retailers are required to post
Ms ikrwa gral misdthe answer: Customer.-Do you have a boneless ceiling prices in plain view and are
"Dear son, Your request has been steak? prohibited from exceeding the legal
this week during her trip to Tampa heard, I did not receive your letter. BthrNbtw aeasek rcsb uheaiemtosa
to ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ N oneher but wet rell reaize just-prcsb uc vsvmtosa

.a Music Clinic. Her shining face I embrace you. Your Father." less bone.
sho' iP missed most especially in Glee alleysIdiusrug
Club and Band. to report any suspected violations to
POINT OF VIEW Question-What does the big fire their local War Price and Rationing
cracker say to the little firecracker? Board.
Tie e odThe miser was dyinZ % At his side your pop. _______were his wife and his lawyer Who had
come to make his will. STAGE SHOW GIVEN
Sept. ~~ oter A9 small motl fee could. 1 isr
be collectecan Irootoeache ATtTdeAtE TONbGH
We eTey rdere neees, meancesfos," saidtef, batflhns

dBeauty Specialist- Nothing, Mad- The Rainbow Ranch Girls will give
Oct. 6 Jasper -- 0 0 "What clearness-" said his wife, am. And do it a day long! two performances on the stage of the
Oct. 13 Madison ----- -. 0 0 "Fernandez owes me 42 pesos," conOct. 2t the mer Customer.-Look here, waiter, is November 24, the shows stin at
Oct.27. 19 6 What presence of mind!" continued this peach or apple pie?
Nov. 3 Maison ------- be oing things to3 get int troublewllbet

Nov. 3 Madiso.1 7it hI ie Waiter-Well, can't you tell from only appearance of the sho hee1---1Nov. 9 CrossCiy 19 7 towe Gutierrez three hundred the taste? during its tour of the state.
Nov. 17, Jasper in Jasper 6 6 pesos," added the miser. Customr-No I can't. Also on the Screenine
Nov, 21 Perry Here"for Englis andinmigtob der hatd thisonrofteab

Nov. 2 Peri Here way is of to he sWaiter-Well, then, what diffe- Ranch Gils stage show originated Novelty-
iouts," commented the wife. fence does it make? the show in 1936 and has toured the MARINES ON REVUE LATEST NEWS & WAR EVENTS