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The Monticello news

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Title:
The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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Semiweekly[<1983-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
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v.60 no.20 December 8, 1944

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

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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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MONTICELLO THE RED CLAY HILL

The Great Middle SECTION OF
GathMON toFord THE MONTICELLO NEWS FLOID


PHE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL 60, No. 20. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1944 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Tigers Close Season State Welfare Checks Hours Change For Scout Work Is ATTENDS DEDICATION Annual Election
Te Rfte loalereterianlace Chuch.
Winning Kiwanis To Be Mailed Before Showing of "Wilson" Topic of Talk At IThe Relo Robet Wce h- Of PCA Officers

Benefit Game 19-7 Christmas This Year The technicolor film Wilson to Kiwanis Meeting wie Ms Wallace is s ngts Held Here Frida
be shown in Monticello at the Kath- tend the dedication services at the
In a pre-turkey-day clash with Jefferson county recipients of erme Theatre, Sunday and Monday, Prof. W. J. Bullock, president-elect Dothan Presbyterian church. The The Monticello Production Cred t Pelham, Ga., our Tigers closed a very public assistance will receive their is a film of such importance and and J. C. Waldron, Jr., secretary- Rev. Mr. Wallace, who was minister Association, at its annual meet successful football season winning by December payments prior to the length that special pr ces and regu- elect of the Kiwanis club attended of that church for ten years, was of stockholders on December fir', a 19-7 score on a wet, cold field, Christmas holidays, according to lations concerning its showing will be the Kiwanis school at Live Oak on chosen to preach the dedication ser- re-elected its present officers and
which saw only a small crowd which State Welfare Commissioner Leland used. The hours of the show on Sun- December third. mon. board of directors for the coming
was anticipated for the annual Ki- W. Hiatt. day will be 2:15, 5 and 9 p. in., and Prof. Bullock, giving the highlights While in Dothan the Wallaces are year.
wanis benefit for Jefferson County By direction of the State Welfare on Monday 3:15, 6 and 9 p. m. Pat- of the school to the local club onCollins. underprivileged children. Board, and in keeping with its cus- rons may enter only at the beginning Wednesday, quoted the 1945 slogan directors, was named as chairman 1
The Tigers playing their last game torn, Hiatt said, payrolls will be of each show and no tickets will be of Iiwarts International tbwn Election and presided at the meeting, which i
were William Bailey, Tippy Shuman, written earlier in the month than sold between shows. On thes two "Win the war and build Will began at noon t the Woma
George Arrants, Clarence Walker usual so that checks may be mailed days also children over thrie years for peace." Among other
and Sonny Noegel. The Tigers com- from the office of the State Comp- must have a ticket to eitar the tna- things suggested at the Following the registration
pletely out-played their neighboring troller not later than December 20. tre. and children under three will school was the organize stockholders and visitors, the Lamo
state rivals of many years. The Tig- For convenience in handling, pay- not be admitted. tion of new clubs. Great Tne council of the Town of Monti- Home Demonstration club served
ers ran up 18 first downs to 5 for rolls from all of the districts will Manager S. K. Stratos urges all stress was placed on each committee cello, at its meeting Tuesday eve- delicious spaghetti luncheon to 7 Pelham. The Tigers. booted away not be sent in at the same time. patrons to be prompt and purchase member knowing and performing his ning, made plans for the general el- persons.
several scoring chances early in the Old-age assistance checks for their tickets early in order to Obtain function in the club and community. action to be held on the 8th day ofo game but finally got their range on recipients in Jefferson county were comfortable seats and see the show Nate Curtis was a club guest, in- January 1945. e meeting was opened wit
scoring territory during the third mailed from Tallahassee on Decem without interruption. troduced by Louie Morris. Mr. Cur- At this time the following offi- prayer by the Rev. J. L. Hunter
period when they garnered all iof her 4, according to the schedule. tis spoke enthusiastically, briefly and cers are to be voted on for the year pastor of the Methodist Church. E
their points. All checks for recipients of aid to the point in behalf of the o 1945: mayor, town clerk and treas- Rivers, president, called the meet-The first was on a layout pass to dependent children and recipients Funds Scout program. He mentioned a few pointed iandan Mrs vasapcompleted from Sonny Noegel to of aid to the blind will be mailed on of the values of scouting, and urged tax assessor, also three members of W. Richterwa nd crk ofvth
Luther Davis; the second score was December 20 at which time the Xmas Seals Guard active support of the local troop. the town council to serve for two Weeter was md 1 km e
made by Possum Baily o uard supplemental payroll will also be C~ muit Leonard Delp offered an oppor- years and three members of the eating. Mr. Bishop welcomed the
sneak play which was good for twen- posted. Community He lhtunity for Boy Scouts to earn money Deorai Fxctv.cmitet eran L.d Herin toded etheg
ty-five yards and a touchdown. The "This is the first Christmas that for their personal equipment by gath- serve for two years. guest and the personnel of the Aslast score came as a result of a long funds have been sufficient to permit A health education movement was ring tung nuts at the full current The Democratic nominees for the sociation. drive down field with Luther Davis the State Welfare Board to meet launched in this country forty years rate. He offered, in addition, to con- offices are: mayor, Richard H. Simpgoing over from five yards out, mak- 100 per cent of the budgetary need ago that has helped save four million tribute 50% of the earnings to the son, town clerk and treasurer, Mar- Minutes of the last stockholders ing his scoring total for the year 61 of all recipients, except in those in- lives. It was aimed at tuberculosis, troop treasury. tha Murdock, townmarshal and tax meeting were read, and a report of
stwsamda tbruoitro rauy collecto, S.W right, ta tassssr the board of directors was given. The
points with ten touchdows and one stances where maximum payments Protect Your which at that time By request, the publicity chairman collector, E. S. Wright, tax assessor,
conversion. Fans are looking forward allowed by law are inadequate, and Home from. killed more persons read an editorial from the school sec- David M. Winans; council members treasurer's report was given by J. to next season when he will again it hopes that this will conitaibute TUBERCULOS. annually than any tion of The Monticello News, written A. E. Cooper, C. W. Harris, and A. N. E. Dukes, secretary-treasurer of the roam the gridiron for the Tigers with proportionately to their happiness other disease. It was by Martha Ann Stelts protesting the Watson. association, who gave en interesting
this year of experience under his belt. and well-being," Commissioner Hiatt not a movement that lack of recreation facilities for the The town registration books will comparison of the progress of the
The team regrets to lose such reg- a in o ing "just happened." It youth of Monticello. This provoked open from December 26th, 1944 to association for the past few years.
ulars as Possum Bailey who was a ration for speeding up the delivery was planned and built some discussion and the matter was January 5, 1945, both dates inclusive, Frank L. Herrin and E. G. Rivers
"wheel horse" on defense, and Tippy of checks. on firm foundations- referred to the Key Club as a suitable in the city office, and any who are were elected to succeed themselves
Shuman who did a great job this past L "I on scientific know- project. not already registered and who are as directors for terms beginning
season as a line backer, and Hoot ledgeo determina- The club sakrron November 30 qualified to vote in the genera elec- January 1st 1945 and ending Jan. 1,
Several Type Ofres that wasRe, . uner H wsn- tion may register during that time. 1948. A short talk was made by
caused the fas many light uments, tnBUY ant n USs knowledge, on faith troduced by Alfred Foster and his_ Director C. L. Leggett of Greenville.
and George Arrants who did a good Chrsmas Sea that the public would subject was Thanksgiving. He hGuests at the meeting were W.
caused the fans mny light moments W ar e AreiBUYand S knowlede, onu aith troldsubjctd bys Tafred ing Fos e ahH ldyvussaetemeigwr .W
job this season in his first year out d B enlist in the health battle if the pub- a good and inspiring talk. gys Blocker, field accountant and Leonplaying at end and guard, and in final P Club lie were shown how it could protect ge m e a i r l ard R. Toy field representative of
tribute to Captain Sonny Noegel who itself. ABegin December 15th Production Credit operation of
did wonderfully well switching from The program at the December Today, 2,500 state and local groupsAt Local Clumbia. These gentlemen were
center to quarterback in mid-season meeting of the Monticello Womans are affiliated in the campaign against All Jefferson county schools on outstanding visitors and expressed
when Quarterback Bill Anderson was Club recognized the approaching tuberculosis. These groups, of which The treth e teig ableto
injured. Christmas season and appropriately the Jefferson County Tuberculosis December 15th, and will reopen on tend the Monticello PCA meeting.
These boys will be sorely missed emphasized service to others, which Association is one, do not build sana- is Historic Film Tuesday, January 2nd. Two films, "The Sigu of Depend
wht mte fallst rols arn bcag-followed several different lines. toriums or rest homes fo tuberculous This decision was reached at the able Credit" and "Financing Food
but most of these boys will be carry- Mrs. David Winans was guest patients. Such necessary institutions Opening at the Katherine Theatre meeting of the county school board for Freedom" were shown, and proving the ball for Uncle Sam in the Big speaker and gave a capable discus- are financed by the state and county Sunday for two days' showing "Wil- which was held Wednesday. The ed to be very educational. Game then; it is sincerely hoped that sion of the American home and the or by private agencies at an annual son" is the realization of a vision of weeksion an e the wferm Joe Carroll, and his
the lessons they have learned will prevention of juvenile delinquency, peace time cost of more than $70,000,- Darryl F. Zanuck, who said "Some- weeks and an extra week-end for the wife, formerly with the Monticello serve them well as they pass out onto Mrs. Winans told of the work of the 000, which is nearly six times greater times the life of a man mirrors the holidays. Production Credit Association, and
life's stage. welfare board in connection with than the largest ,sum ever realized in life of a nation. The destiny of our In most of the schools a Christmas their small daughter, were welcome
youth conservation and of the part any year from the sale of seals. The country was crystallized in the life entertainment or program is being visitors at the meeting.

Parent-Teacher that individuals and clubs could play tuberculosis associations concentrate and times of Washington anin Tscheduled for Thursday or Fridand At the annual election of officers
in financing character education for on educating communities in health coln, and perhaps, too, in the life of The Monticello High School band the following were elected: E. G. Assyouth habits that will prevent the tubercle and Glee Club, under the direction of Rivers, of Tallahassee, president;
TheDecemberAn open discussion on the habit pwi- Crevd tuercei otheriPresidtise story Miss Mildred Dickert, will give the Frank L. Herrin, Gretna, vice-presiThe Decemllber elTueting oftenoon P. bilit f Christmas Cantata Thursday, Decem- dent; W. B. Bishop, Lloyd, C. L. LegThe A lber elTeg ofteo ptyomns cl rc- -Woodrow Wilson, twenty-eighth her 14th at 8 o'clock. No admission gett of Greenville, and L. B. Ellinor
December 12th at 4:30 o'clock in the tion center for the youth of the com- RATION NEWS president of the United States." will be charged and the public is cor- of Havana, directors. J. E. Dukes,
elementary school auditorium. Mem- munity was held. The club took no Zanuck's words are a heroic dedi- dally invited to attend. secretary-treasurer; and Reva W.
bers and friends of the school are action, but the president, Mrs. T. S. iation, but no less heroic than the Richter, assistant treasurer. The
urged to attend. Braswell, urged that all members en- PROCESSED FOODS film itself. "Wilson" is the tremen- METHODIST SOCIETY TO MEET executive committee members are
The officers of the executive board courage the attendance of more MEATS AND FATS dous story of the success and tragic -- C. L. Leggett and L. B. Ellinor, Sr.
are asked to meet with the president, mothers at the meetings in order Blue A-8 through B-2 (book 4) now failures of an American who dared The Womans Society of Christian The members of the PCA adopted
Mrs. Clyde Sauls, in the elementary that they might help the club plan a valid at 10 points each. Good in- to have faith in a great idea It is Service will meet at the Methodist a resolution deploring the fact that school library at 4:00 o'clock for a project for the community. definately. rich with warmth and emotion that Church, Monday, December 11, at 4 illness prevented the attendance of
short business discussion before the- The Senior Band and Glee Club of Red A-8 through S-5 (book 4) now any real story of a human being must o'clock. their fellow member and able directmeeting. (Continued on Page Six) valid at 10 points each for use with have, and it has an intimacy that This being the last meeting of the or, L. B. Ellinor, Sr. of Gadsden
tokens. Both good indefinitely. only painstaking research and faith- year ,a full attendance is urged county.
SUGAR ful direction could attain. It is the Miss Florence Jones ,district dea- The Monticello Production Credit
Sugar stamps No.'s 30, 31, 32, 33 story of history in the making. It coness, will give the program. Association serves Gadsden, JefferInteresting items of Jefferson and 34 now good for five pounds each is a true story. A social hour will be held at the I son, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor,
County Boys and Girls in Ser-indefinitely. "Wilson" is a success story of a close of the meeting. Franklin and Wakulla counties.
vice. Canning Sugar kind no fiction writer ever dared to
Stam No 40goo forfiv pondswrite. It would be too incredible a
Lt. William E. (Bill) Haile, 25, of Private George H. Anderson canning February 28, A poor,
Orlando was recently awarded the is serving in New Guinea, is closing 1945. Apply to local boards for sup schoolmaster enters politics
Air Medal for meritorious achieve- out one year in the Southwest Pacific. c rations, for the first time in his life at the Canning In H
mentHe landed i New Caledonia Decem- Canning Sugar Deadline for appli- age
mrctie parcpaing intck 8thr ir er 19th, 1943, and has been in con- cations extended to Feb. 1, 1945. becomes president of the United Mary Virginia Fountain. 15 year me as the 4-H Club. I know that Force bombing attacks over Germ-tinuous service in that combat area SHOES States. The comes war and he
any. The presentation was made by oldagtroMranMr.Jctheaemnyterbsadgis
an.Th reettinwa ad ever since. A member of the in- Airplane stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 emerges from that war as a leader Fountain, and a sophomore in the all over the United States and perCol. Karl Truesdell, Jr., group com- fantry, George spent a little time in (book 3) valid indefinitely, of all mankind, inspiring a new hope mander. Lt. Haile, a member of a New Zeland, and writes his mother, FUEL OIL awarded fi pcointh saen he same s I.
B-17 group which led the lt Ameri- m,. Pansy Anderson, Period 4 and 5 coupons from last In writing the script for Wilson nwng cotst of in clu s. the Iave a mf
can bombing attacks on targets in and getting along just fine. year and Period 1 coupons for this the scenarist spent nearly a year
Berlin, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.nn vrtigaot isncnetwscnute ysaecn lbfr i er n ahya
Beli, s he so o M and Mrs. I- s a o no vail r i g e e yt ng b ut W s n ervation specialist, M iss Isabelle find it m ore helpful. I have had six
Julius Turnbull Haile. His Private Artis Conell enjoyed the GASOLINE that could be learned and nearly a- Thursby. years of canning and six years of
former Monticello resident, atid is week-end at his home near Wacissa A-13 coupons valid through Decem- other year writing the script. As a First prize in each state in the clothing. I have also had some bakrelated to the Turnbull family here. w er 2 Rationing rules now require contest is a trip to Chicago, award- ing, gardening, poultry and livestock
Lt. Haile is a bombadier. Wt redadwt i aet'l .rslAeadrKowoprry
Ltalei V omair Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Connell. Artist that ever y car owner write his license (continued on page 4) ey by the Kerr Glass manufacturing work, but I am most interested in
-is now stationed at Fort McClellan, (continued on page six) ___________________corporation, sponsors of the contest. the canning project.
Corporal George B. Williams left Alabama, where he has completed However, Miss Mary E. Keown, state During the past year I canned
Saturday for Fort Belvoir, Va., after his basic training. TERTAIN OFFICERS home demonstration agent, has around 1200 quarts of fruits, vegetaspending a furlough here with his _V_-- I____ 1 ruled that no Florida girl will make blues, soup and meats. Most of this
mother, Mrs. J. F. Williams, and in Lt. Bill Scruggs, who spent a happy The ladies Bible Class of the Pres- Dr F A. the trip to Chicago, due to wartime will be used in our home for the faiTallahassee with his wife. Corporal five-day leave here with his parents, byterian Sunday School entertained travel conditions. Mary Virginia ily, but part of it was canned for
and Mrs. Williams were in Monticel- M Wrote the teachers and officers of the MORAL STANDARDS AND V. D. will receive some recognition an
lo for Thanksgiving at home with his the News upon his return to Oliver school with a turkey supper on Thurs award in lieu of the trip to Chicago. 500 quarts were canned for uses other
mother, brother, J. F. Williams, jr., General Hospital, Augusta, where he day evening in the church annex. High standards of public and per- She received an invitation to be than for the family.
an iteMs.Eiabt tabr.is hospitalized for treatment of in-' ___________ sonal health are inseparable from present at the Kerr Canning Achiev- We raised most of the vegetables
and sister, Mrs. Elizabeth S tarbird.
__V_ juries received in a plane crash in NEGROES TO GIVE CONCERT high moral standards. This applies merit breakfast In the West Ballroom and meat on our farm but the most
England. FOR CHRISTMAS SEAL FUND most directly to the suppression of of the Stevens Hotel in Chicago, on of my pears, figs and berries were
Lt. John B. Brinson, jr. son of Dr. To all my friends of Jefferson venereal disease but intelligent, up- Tuesday of this week. given to me under the condition that
and Mrs. John B. Brinson, has com- countyy" he wrote: The Behei A.M.E. Church will give right living makes for disease pre- Mary Virginia has been active in I pick them. I also helped gather
pleted an orientation course at an The welcome and kindness shown a benefit concert on Thursday, Dec- mention all alon the line. 4-H Club work for sir years, and most of the vegetables that I canned,
air, service command stain i toward me onl my recent visit in ember 14, at 8 o'clock, the proceeds It is the province of the health Canning has been her major project but taking everything into considerEngland. The orientation Monticello was certainly appreciated, to be given to the Jefferson County officer to preach the doctrcno of during these years. In connection action I had a lot of fun doing it.
designed to bridge the gap between and one that I shall never forget. It Tnhoxculosis and Health Association health, to teach the manner in which with her entry into the contest she I I use a pressure cooker to do all
tranig n hestte ad omat s ndeda ret lesue ora to swell its Christmas Seal Campaign disease is spread, the means and val- wrote the following story of her 'of my canning of non-acid vegetables, training in the states and combat i nedagetpesr o
soldiering against the enemy in soldier to return home to his many fund. This date has been changed Lies of prevention. For p Germany, and includes instructions friends who are wishing to show from the 12th, as first announced, information of this sort to our youth contest judges with her record of it saves a lot of valuable time and on chemical warfare defense and every kindness and welcome possible. There will he reserved seats for and for setting up right standards of work: energy. When I first started canning
pertinent tips on staying healthy in This is a grand spirit, and it belongs white guests. living, the parents, the schools and During the past year I have found we did not have a pressure cooker,
a combat zone, to a community of which I am proud Among those on the program for the churches share a very great re- my work as a member of the Monti- 'but as I advanced with my canning
Lt. Brinson's next station will be to belong, and I am proud to call the evening will be Dr. Gray, presi- sponisibility. cello 4-H Club very interesting and I convinced my father that it would
one from which America's fighting the individuals my dearest friends, dent of the A. and M. College, Talin- Any effort toward self betterment most educational. I feel thaf T ve be a lot easier on me and that it planes cover our advance into Many thanks again, and God bless hassee. Music will be furnished by nd community betterment always never been a member of any organ- would save a lot of time if we had each ization that has done as muA o t eii (Continued on page six)
Germany. of~r.an Ms.J.W Connel."A theGeisbfo h olge cniudonpg or





The Monticello Nerws. Monticello. Fla., Fridav. December 8, 1944


Chinese Evacuate as Japanese Armies Advance 4~ s CLASSIFIED





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OuW "-1 ON -1 -1 g F' HELP WANTED
Rooevltiso persons now engageaine hind industry will namongytophad
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Musicians Are the United Sttes EmploymentService.
SIXTY MILLION JOBS funniest People: ____________Ofe of the most significant is- Adelina Patti asked $100,000 for a


pceimons umfetngter gosa whenRgsee PamcssGodwrigcn
c etin t o certain three-month tour. 'But," ob- editions. Attractive proposition to one w
qualifies. Madison Drug Co., 00 rmi,
and the 60,000,000 jobs promised by War




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Roosevelt is now taking place be- Taps Fla than therra Presden ges!e______________hind the scenes among top admin- than srge the divaen ges "te




willll, setgge the price f"teshgods
Tisaios. ereve the bacstaeet
iratinues.ctuinlers t hare pr get the President." . Liszt was SALESMAN WANTED
ha character who wore the same kind




Oneneie havsuer beens EconicTI1 ALSA lsig
tea b i e consum e rs lizee of clothes whether the w weather was M be t accounts or collection by national
hey banizJa. Should earn $fo or wholr
isort weekly. No age limit. CLEARING
companies aREAU, 114 Prospect Ave., Cevelacso, c
A certain amount of peacetime
opposed so fast, they say, that thesame ie reduction ead has 1942. auth r A
Sthe r d in d ink on the top of the page of his






memer ofe OP, e b ae
Dtlere whoagthatprce
adset prve f the oPA 0 manuscript had not dried by the DOCTOR'S
l the es d time he reached the bottom. . .
This is where the backstage debate E Ante ga oftedyEDoyu Vr ar oil, a prescription to treat heat
has waxed hot and vehement. like Brahms?" "I on't know. noises, clogged-up feeling, ringing, hissing
agzeiness, roaring in the head. Dry scaly








cost oftrawsmaterialsnandgthey
lie Jim Byne an o' hie ai neqeie. "o n obstructionist removed, Relieves severe
o wl e s J d eim s t re s an e tfr w hles, c r che. S ed i2 tod y for 20 applications
o r setting," music oracle Leonard Leib- dliered.








Judgerginson thoweer pont out AOLO
ihang noted,increased wage and raw
rl au in a prices of civilian
articles produced now must not rise
alove the prices paid for the same
arlicles in 1942. Refugee trains are filled and covered (lower), with Chinese civilians being evacuated from the theater of mn. piano playing in the room next PHOTO_______FILMS____On the other side are industry war in eastern China Hungry, diseaseridden Chinese fill the inside of the train Upper leftEntire family to his in a Milan hotel. "Do you FILM-Guaranteed 35mm Reloaded Cart
members of OPA, led by James riding the rods, shoeless, ill and homeless. Upper right-the stoic Chinese drape themselves inside, on top and always allow that?" he asked. ridges with Dupont Film 36 Exp. 50c each.
ct Credit ioc each tor C-rtridges sent with
Brownlee, formerly of Frankfort even on the very front of the engines as they flee from the Japs. "Ntas a rule," they told him, Iorder. ALLAN FILM SERiVICE, Box
Distilleries, who argue that prices "but we make an exception with 1130, Station H, CLEVELAND, OHIO,










nomic Verdi."zer.Vinsonwas the late
must be above 1942 in order to allow for increased wages and the Alexander Woollco REMEDY
higher cost of raw materials, They Japan young odu c-ars famous soprano bo
hionecution of an aria she decrbe will D











sell itsl refigraor andr washingre o
mahinesea pone-war prices plu do RGCOMdltou h
wal Viss, plus the ices rlu "difficult." "Difficult!" groaned Lormoney back. Write Now.
nooin rottes, tow lae hiacdruedn1-in- _________"IwishithadbeencAst of raw materials, and they possible At a Peabody conhave now sold this formula to ert President Grant once observed:
Bowles, despite his former speeches "I know only two tunes. One is















fo h 92price hich inE turnK willARER kee fac oYankee Doodle and the other have them, practically all makes, models
Jdisn't." nd sizis. tyO MOTOR SALES. 105















fewer jnoand doers in sotLSre.Poe514,Jcsnil, that increased wage and raw ma- When. R.sn her.age'
trial costs in many cases have hengRin hers tienC
been nullified by labor-saving de-
vics. Mot sriin exmpezf- he said: "One cannot judge a Beethoven's first published mu-.

















puican. headquatrsn enlistmen of
this was in the OPA study of the work upon a single hearing- ical compositions appeared in



















Browellds, hown as t ben est ei
inteedustryshoin tha ot, despitro- and I have no intention of hear- 1783, when be was 13.
I ing this a second time."_________________ceangse waes thecostd of pr A German critic once wrote that
izn a a good musician, c


















aentiorn comitte meein4 shrt
S er i e but he left beid the WagnerAnother factor influencing Eco-
nomic Stabilizer Vinson is the fact D ewe yi. "n ,ort com- ACT
volved are produced by only 18 co which nooySh asn Ii i


















thaytr 85 pez cntol the dparty os, ad cuan,"tisR B
*R M jus enough to remember a tune
parries. v,. RUBthuhtBER______machidnry, etsthe sepforte Stas-ooy ls astouh
ninof." When Albert Spaulding
by General Electric's Charley Wil- WO ~ tue houhteW n


















Onetore keyug man inn thoos-leto
son, formerly of the War Produc- W 4 f W
lion board, who says that GE will
sell its refrigerators and washing ', Oil acer that his violin was 200
machines at pr wa pries TodZ i. ~ years old. . :"o' say any- The size of the country's
tia thin about it," eplied the urn synthetic rubber production
othe h e y is l p-" presario, "and maybe the audi may depend not only upon
Finally, Vinson, Byrnes and other



















admistatinon redeessre begi- < >enewntkothdifrceehialpoesbtlo
lisle upon policies adopted for diflig t la th ecnomc goun- ~~' ~. ~~.Paderewskiwe still quite un- possal of government-owned



















chine during the ecanmpignoand
plan known, went to London armed with plants, in the opinion of ohn
wor fo th 60000000job whchletters of introduction to influential L Collyer, president of The
Roosevew nom tsater the woaringe
that, in order to have a big con- boy is given tests and training on the manipulation of controls. The blindfolded boy has been whirled about in "the bearer, Ignace Paderewski, is a pioneer in synthetic develSumer demand, there must be low a spinning chair. When the chair stilps revolving the boy is supposed to place his pointer on a specified a fiery young Pole and rather opment.
prices, which in turn will keep fac- spot on a chart. The accuracy he displays indicates his coordination, powers of recuperation and sense of charming when he doesn't play the Authorities expect that abount
tory wheels turning and men em- blnehsfitness to become part of the future air force of Japan. piano, for which he has little tal. 32,600 tons of natural rubber will
played. The principle of high prices ent." t w Paderewski, unless a reach the U.S. from the Amozon
and scarcity, they argue, will mean press agent of the day is fooling us, Ian region this year. Our synthetic
* German Snow of Cam aign I GreekBoy Veteran once accosted a polo player witprga snwerdtorinprga the war bonde drve calulte.t
fewer jobs and depression. First thethe question: "What is the di dec 836,000 long tons a year
GOP PLN S *FOR '48 .__ -. ence between us? The other of this substitute for crudle.


















Ameica peole One. shougged aYu"gine g
Despite discouragement over Dewey's~ deet GOP leader: alrayre a good soul who plays polo.


















cloths aefea m, depe atl trin to.
I am a good Pole who plays solo."I
are laying plans for 1948. First step



















t~filddyng Whe th filmsl wereugt yh
will be further revitalization of Rethathe the not be show toil thespblic
publican headquarters, enlistment of the girl. "Is this," stormed the para cracker-jack staff to pep up party et wa mpyn o?




















Glent Taylor of Idah isin firtrcusi
toashin xer Ha ol Dixon Young,.
i eNos replied the famous tutor, "I
Republican Chairman Herbert





















barrage~~d from thfsnaeehe.wr
Brownell, who has been resting in
Arizona, wants to resign, will call






















to~ beun apoite torace thMtre-a
a national committee meeting short- Zart and asked him how to write
ly after the first of the year which























th prpoe appointment and'e vr
promises to be turbulent. Several yung fellw," the composer
factions will be gunning for Dewey, I 'tl i,"hyntbgnwt
mnay try to seize control of the party bld him "But," pugi the
























officers hanin arun vedn ma-Bu, pu h
machinery, set the stage for "Stas- youth, "yu i
Cen in '48." niesat ashyou we tesnsAc
One key man in the post-election ea. r Chna Hnr de -d Cere
riding ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ "e, thele rodst shoeess ilIn oees pe ih-h ti hns rp hmevsisdo o n































GOP set-up is shrewd, popular pub-Japan didn't ask how." . Dr. Samuel _______________licist Lee Chesley, who joined the WoeJohnson admitted once he did
campaign late, is now in charge of not care for music. "But of all DON'T JUST SUFFER
national committee publicity. Ches- K' noises," he added, "I think mu-.
boy, one of the brightest press agents iginttantaigsicaisto fenrlastidleayreeabrdbu COLD
on the Washington scene, is anxious spnA c When ltahe cditinhedoonet l h p tr a ef
to slug it out toe to toe with Demo- the piano for Rubinstein. sut SE IE
critic publicist Paul Porter. Ches- p"Whatc"hspeda iseii ow f u to ns e
balncehi fitnesso tdcesr becom partt, ofe thee futur air focioeapn














Icy's Wustington predeessor Car-end of the selection, "should I GE MU IPER L F
lisle Bergeron, handled publicity for GE MULTIPLEono? Sape ubnten RELIEFON-euefvr
the powerful Pennsylvania GOP ma- do now? Gtnarredbnsen RELIEF TO-Reduse sfeyner.
chiFirs German Snow ofmCampaign Gree Boys Veteranose















plans to continue working for Boss Chwoe lf ouba RELIEF THREE-Reduce body aches.
Joe Pew now that the balloting is Snow falling on the Siegfried line for the first time this winter has Born in Cleveland, Ohio, 15-year- C pin,
over, not prevented the Allied armies from making rapid advances into Ger- old Louis Petropoulagos, went to brings to the screen in A Song to RELIEF FOUR-Ease muscle pains.
man territory. Insert-Sgt. Sam C. McNeely, Morgantown, N. C., stands Greece in 1936. Louis has partici- Remember," could give more than RELIEF.FIVE-Lessen headache.
CAPITAL CHAFF watch by his machine gun during the first snowfall to visit the First pated in 14 battles and conducted the piano "the finger." He was a Grove's Cold Tablets, like sunny a
war ~ ~~ am atlm Monshau Gemay himsel ase auli seasone veteran. eawsase ie eiinligedet spe
4The treasury department had two army at Monschau, Germany. himself as a seasoned veteran, dinner guest in a Parisian home one dcineA pcoaion ofreiah rn oby tehsestplysm ofhs designed for elief of usual cold misin the war bond drive, calculated to Heroine Has Faith thepostss t plys me rides insist on genuine.
bring the war really home to the Exercise Girl to Be Trainer C pins "Butv mda me, s I COLD
Seven- Chopinl dn have e s t- J udit TABLETS
a m n f o rrice s endo p l a mbOn eo t o elce !"o e H e o n c e c r a c k e d to
raeororseatrainernShirseyeStanleyBaltimore.M. ,. .is.an. .exercise. . .Liszt: "I prefer not to play in pubclothes aflame, desperately trying to t tc S se hr yp i trg e to te pi b a oo g u S
pttefaeou.Teohrws acsoutm nospf te rcg galic; it unnerves me. You, if you WNU-7 49icannot charm the audience, can at
closlel-p im. ofasoe n th m e at.~ least astonish them." .When
tdelinn Ptistad his false teeth
shown to OWL it not only ordered ,,,~smoeappropritl levd
thatthe no beshon tertanlic theemot l tour. Buteob
























































"His Bach is better than his bite."
but that the films be destroyed n t
41~~~~~"Wl, shr lcedSn Cwby oaug thpias, "teni
























































a Melba remarked: "You have talent, isordered
Glof clothes whehe theh weahe wastcosi























































presence, charm. All you need now tion
to sphdnxlike Harold Dixon Young, ,to make a success is a nice hot
takes no: notic ofd me" .Hade























































who steers Vice President Wallace's ~ ~L "'NA"!cndl"rsko xosr a ltc'
political fortunes. composedsof dn k
ink~~~ri on the to o tepae f i























































41 The White House got a terrific re apn-trw h~ trano thecore
Mascagi hoatd annodr byethei
barrage from the senate when word 4 .-ta i h reaed an boto m . cm
luother g aria from his famou nd other ipuritie from the lif-givint
Strussnwhat? anEgis Sor





















































nalist onc qe d F oneJes blood.
gYou may suffer nagging backache
Afjournalist objsctedhto the 7roa.




















































ocratic traue dPauley, wee.o hi os oso i h rpraahdzzeinssetin uponitantl
speed to crank out the melody. Next Ie pas
alay allo that? het asked. .i.n.



















































to be appointed to the three-man day te organ grinder carried a of kid bladder disodr re soeSurplus War Property board. Sena- e
sign on the organ: "Pupil of Mas- tmsbriscanty or too frequent
ecutionrof an aria she describeatid.
toreMrryifdonannwre ththe was' ;h4 4. cagni" .- Liszt paid women 25 Try Doanps Polls. Dean's help the
Prsdetththews ehced at francs to faint at an appointed time kidneys to ass off harmful excess body
Wodwaste. They have ad m e thad b nf a
the proposed appointments and (acer Psient rant oe obs rved: etryo ulc prvl Aerc
















































would do his best to block them. Seven-year-old Judith Ann Koch of (asontr)mewudpop- eedy fatpubl ar val.Arem
4L, Biggest crowds in the halls of the Her mind full of i nC "h s e aaibition to become a licensed Cleveland, lost her sight when she ly and gallantly dash from his key- mende bY. rigraeuluer ey!ee
Pentagon building these days are Irace horse trainer, Siirleye Stanley, Baltimore, Md. Is an exercise "boy" ran into a street to save a dog im- board and pick up the swoonee. Ak~n egbr
ding ma- at the track. She spends her days putting thoroughbYeds through their periled by an oncoming auto She Once, a hired fainter forgot her cue
offiershangng roud ved -I isan"Lei n"t ory usthe first tim,















































chines, waiting for them to be filled paces to put t'er in to shawe for toeir racing engagements. Right- believes she will see againhe i
with cigarettes. She ir es '"&'l Shtip" tatke a low hurdle. shown with hber new pet dogb self.




The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla. Friday, December 8, 194









rallroadedo int talking an fiobn sheer does notw

want, helping Admiral Duncan write his 7 654W adlhS.Ciao8,n
memoirs. She Is In love with Paul Dun-. e udnyaue e h aigsm fth omgvn iey L so o ee br1 cathe admiral's grandson. While dsieteitniyo e elns atetkn od ad rnigEcoe1 et o atr
aboard the steamship Bamoa en route dn ohn bu t h a a hns n etrn lwh ois Lso ujcsadSrpuetxss N to Hawail a hand is clamped over her- etdadrT ige b Inraiol
mouth and she is scooped up and tossed th blwmgtklth ad ia.Se p ldto erprisonAdes into the sea. She avoids the propellers hddcddt aki vrwt i, "u syu aerhrPu? and manages to catch a life ring which totlhi abualhesupcos Hesokhshatrgaly"N.CRS INTE OM somie sailor had tossed overboard when
he saw her fall. Zorle Is rescued, and adlthm dcd htato o Ta' uti. learns on recovering from shock that tk."h ntn hsbo sfnse, ESN TX -ate 946 ueA is
Steve, u' hndoe rthrPau h hd rwsvryfhandsomeresadcrspy "ellgbrotherD1 TX -Tes hig IcwasdSGNO taken violently il at the time she was ppeyodmn e rgts e- Elrtn" Se hd a sde ota emylv n nte.Jh thrown overboard. The Admiral announces letosothtsrnevygha glmsoftewicinysfte 151.1*C O
elat Pearl Harbor has been bombed. benhrwrwihhm Hehdn ewc BoyPatadoth s- TeAnrcnhmefes ay

CHAPTER XItemndtgeonwtThBok oilAnHanh No le' flecsiouda.Atmsoe

"They can thank God they're not dsneeti i naoi rns H aeaon ohrcarad tn falisiuin a o ofrn In Honolulu, where civilians aren't fuh ginwt erbene Takyu ore"h adSl allowed out of their houses after t eta thsls t lc n
dark," Steve said impatiently.wepn-ehdpugdit th ml." at as htIwned oer "They'll come if you want them to. soyo h ucnca.yut a ol o iet nsc ie ti motn And I don't really give a damn who H a niu ogto ihib are ee"ta h hita hrhke e comes as long as you get Basil bth a odZreteewud Zrehsttd e er a aetepoladepcal u Stromberg. Tell him you've got to b owr oa.baigi lw odtup."eyugpolteSrpuetah discuss the future of the sugar and Palfudhrith aroali-Pu.O ore ng buthe om.W ned o pineapple industries with this war tebfr onadsehdlnh "twudb o ffn"Pu eieteodfsindhmwt on, and the difficulties of shipping ad "W'haeala-nod itpeyuryadhgh upsen
between Hawaii and the Mainland, fsindHwia uu ol o h lno o.W ei ih AEti esntegys
with all these Jap submarines"Ysder"ITePlnoGofothRoe toeldethas.ct'mu
around . Three or four other "'ebe hnig"Pu ad M t.1:-) nobais etlplo a
couples to balance the table-but a
nice gay crowd." "htw ih emridSn hnJsswscalne y mns lpes
His deep voice became a rumble.da.th PhrsewocamdtaaRmmbrht nsiue so

start. The admiral presently re- i' er. Tyn ocnrlhr H peldt citr.Ta s -gegw. ntutos78cnanpt
turned along the path he and Steve son n ofdne aeNtr'
had taken. rw"ig u oa nsal ag eadad Rmd N alt) otisn
The sudden ferocity with which W'ebe utn tofln h raino a n oa nrvde~4~ 1t;edfeet
war had burst upon the Pacific had
put all of them under an increasing eog. eei :92. Teei sr-atdfea't ueyvgtbl.strain. And Paul was trying too nsfruaeovr5yasag,
hard to make up for lost time. She Pu a.Frmr hnaya o hr a ocetr utdA eE s oM k notdo ad otd hi
was finding his over-zealousness atthyhdbe ontivaul en fo felwhpwt ma.Teoeciniseedbehrug yt
times trying and she was finding it ggdbss n hr antbe h id ulstsato ntegnl iloso Rshv
2nore and more difficult to keepada whnsehd'hoe thtcmayoacaadgorhre AU ETCro Gta24ovli Em
Steve out of her thoughts. One, eve-Palwuddcd notowi. ijutntu tonra.E1,MKACuin:Tkolyndreed
Bing at her stateroom door whenBuththdbe inElrtn Aa muthva"hp et! HO OREOSERA
Paul had kissed her good night, and e.Hsanucmn ethrwt o ita s n utdb e- H ODEALVGTBELXTV
had asked her-as he did so oftenafelnofpnc Shrelzdta oaiyadgtsobeisom n-BCU
these days-if she still loved him,sh hanttesihetdsr to in Gd mdew anfr ht a.
she had murmured, "Of course I do, A
Steve." .
She was so frightened she turned "hn"h ad w'lfyoe o die htaltruhmnshs
cold. But her voice must have been Kn o e as el oetr hr hudb h oig V9"N ODSG ETO
too low for him to hear, or his own 4 akhr n tyutltea-tgte foemnadoewmn PTENT U
thoughts too turbulent. He hadn't no- mrlsbo sfnse.Il id i htidsoul no flv N TNI O CDIDGSIN
ticed the slip.plnytdo Iwattdosm (v6)wihoaeth hoeALOSARW
She could not drive Steve out ofmoewr onm disrain" W haefr tenG 'sl ,or A EMLN
her mind. And she was still un-.es u ews' ovnig ore hv rkndw h oei t
decided, still torn between her in- Y Upoal aeod n
fatuation and her patriotic scruples. adh antcnicn isl. vr onain ehdbte e nso adrgtnwta
She had tried to rationalize it byHe sne tht smtig ws gntthn seiulabuth il-ld ak tis ahng or .
assuring herself that she could, anyYo do'neda elbrt wrk.
time she wished, notify the authori- iiitI h
ties, and by her knowledge thatl o iei ha abn 1.TePesneo ieaddiewl ot u u
there was still, in spite of her sure o e(ue 03-2.tishresha; n o o'
suspicions, nothing she could prove. A n a hyrie hi oi a aiga h adn hit rpael ooe h .
She dreamed about Steve Oftensinl lurs we
mahere, were strang dream inul which ote edngfattCn
both he and Paul figured. H efre fee.W
If Steve suspected her suffering, Pieo ni re h etr hog ihi.Secudntlt Hsfrtmrce(on2 esol he was being very nice about it i c a narneeto rn.Pud .b h nee us teeyCrs h rosikhrewl e was, she supposed with some bitter- inmrag.IvtHmepc
ness and olddl stor with Steve-beingl
kind to all the women who made bedri.Seea e edn-tv ac-yu h p a d

for example, Amber Lanning wasplc ofrs an reuefror**0otsicls.Snmycakbed

Most of all, she didn't want Paul amiint beapoesro s-sivioosy "W 'lb mare thtoHifredLzrsMata trfohos'hedadalprsoth bldsul .epsN ueha. to become aware of it, although she cooy n ett h lnain Sna.Il tedt vrtig" adM ri ehn.H a odebk.Aseclo rcn ein ()Hlsrvv tirt"clss was sure that his renewed ardorththueod Shlwed lesi sebigYurnmars.pten

less of where her heart wanted to "i vrtl o o ecm h u toi elams ohr ti o e"Hwaporae lead her, her mind was still at thebyUuvhEKawis.Isehdneedacm B controls. Her mind kept insisting Thr wa sufrn inPu' tnttht ispeecinheMSRUHWE PAS
thatn shech would inai af littleg time, fully opruit o Bdfr ilsNwYr

back on an even keel and they HewstlighrtesoyoUl.i.be buyaottewr oftesteDyYuW reM red

Of the remainder of the trip on so en ohml. Hsoe- r tv. n uprigafml ednttk
the blacked-out ship, she would un- axeyt laehrhdrahdaa eu'fe olanadt eteppadfnoto orlfI
reasonably recall most vividly, not vr riaigsae h crey Wt l i rohsaxeyt nywrebt"losta h h ako h al! myeyur urrn rmavtnm the frantic excitement of the passen- cuh h ito hth a a-pes ePu ol ee hn odsfe"(,3) atawn iea eiiny r h iaBre gers, nor the tension, the alertness,in.o sedn he ale-seilyaFrafnrchre-rsflvr 10aytamn.Aspilcmbain
the white war-worn faces of Hono- AH wia ue a nelvdrgto okn ni h a i-ueNtMi agrn.o seta ieasad200uiso
childis jealous ofi Steveeds atten-ocnue e las iai B1 omuadvloe se
tioun e Amertia abe, with her hr.Teamrlhdbuh l- Sewn u notelniwt itr uM i steTbeGaeM r ilyfrflsoe 0 iaBre
clck eos of ihbto S eva sn' makieng ifo h aainconffy isbaku utiso ev legrn aeepcal o s 10 tyu rgsoe

any efforts to conceal the fact thatOntedahoGrnmte u getha coe Th the me Henltld erogthrlieno she, too, had gone overboard forcah ha sodtepatto toa wrdrnigOdFsind. blc.Teemutewrkna Steve.sydctinwihhowealag Thysaeathrashcrse hoebu ths wh mae oe
The war, curiously, affected Zorleie rsrtiigol lwh.H th aa A on ma thyrse olya okhpmssts raet scarcely at all. After the first awful as a ag neet nohrsg hi lse ohr twsams lsig oesol eapaeo feeling, when she learned of the a n iepl rpris n n ivlnay h xrsini hi we elwhpbtentemm devastation at Pearl Harbor and atbak an hoesinsemhpad ee waatos.br ofhe ailnd secly the army and naval air base, her arlns h umrd hn oSr" btente n h od W
self-possession returned. Her new nwyur nhne ih dmrl.II h oe fFihi h fearlessness was impervious. She Uuel"Pu ad Imsen t Seemd e nOdFsind oe(ITm :-)

nese bombers and, as she saw nei-yoree.Iko ho yo'lht himotaneys Heloetie hmewhtefmly lawee ther submarines nor bombers, hertolvanweees.Siyosa an wore an tes.LosWrdsradsantu lad fearlessness was not tested. After tewrIl tr ntmro s Sewsaaeta al nsie poe ato al iig hr the first day's attacks on Oahu, the afedhn. fhsrsledsprvdo h ryri ae n o' od enemy was occupied with Wake, oisho he hedwtfim frnns ofhrsa sapiensiseebrdinhnkgvg Hong Kong, the Philippines and nes "NPu.Iwlnoine-des Hehdbtae iti hi an prstat om wll ed Singapore. Yet Zorie was certain fr nadcso siprata ysatrteamrlhdcpi ot hlrnwoko h rc I that, if the enemy returned, she ta. etdhr tws h huho oadaepeae ohe
would not be frightened. "u o'efle nlv ih dsereig alddntwn i alfrsrie Often she came upon Steve andthspaeIhetobrain.H watdhrt Tmtyhdagadohrad
Amber, walking together, playing "hthsntigt owt t edl.H a laswne e ohr(n odr hr aaen a
ping pong, or the horse races, or Yu aercmsfrt"t edl.Adwet laeIadgadawr)wt nege shuffleboard. They were always Hieyswrgryrtagre.hmshbadrsedulhha fat.Wa apecos eiae 4 I r
laughing, always so absorbed in "IIthuhyo colgobc tofakyamrdwmnwowr Tat asar oevlalehn e other that they were oblivious. oud arigllwy Sewndrdwattesou ot.Wathrtaeaeyo iin ucua ch n pi-e ,It affected her-the bleak fury, the H a obfl eral okd to a.yu hlrn feruy the fi rday th ereethe. w ech d wasah r ma e a y Sh littleh r okalwh n N t te rfre c o Ti oh cuei cnan t ofm u dioster te cofiscatedhr and tte scifc o epyo ap."A br n erucecaeotonlyka mnse o o i scurtn-eivigigrdet

diwere ssued.sOnte adny ft rt he uueintt ewre u e oe h ingtbu rs- wsrcgie y h hrhi otisu o2/

attack on Oahu, two United States "Teeintalvlesptith Saoadhdcoddhspwr wihhtwihispknofnte destroyer "aoa nhe iga yuwol emagically ie dinr ake.H seedil teappearespwe n htfat t en idl andd u-i&N


affect the plans, the status, of Steve, msrs fUueii h ni-soigoecgrteatraohr a ftil ieyu o n the Lannings and Pierre Savoyard. ptdqeno hsiln.Iko ni inrwsanucd rsn ilsmtigral otwiet She had hoped that her problem hwcayteamrli bu o.ol hnteget rie n eebrwe hytiko oe would be solved by the military aul- Teesntigh olntd o ewsitoue.H pn i u h oe ffihi h thorities. She h ad expected all of yu.IraiealtaadI tm usn n rn n trn ako hi ie npbi o O them to be detained for investiga-relz ho atacie htstu atZ i.
,tin wen he hipreahedHor- wul buto they hoad'bn. HerEOTIUD








FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1944

NOTICE 'to OREDITORS NOTICE OF APPLICATION ministrator of the estate of Roland J. D. 1944 and kept open until the 5th day
TUE MONTICELLO NEWS Health Notes-9 PROBATE ACT, SECS. 11), 120) FOR DISCHARGE 'auroll, deceased. DEm CA. L suary A. D. 1945 both days in
THE MO TICLLNE Sealhote -_ Dated this Siltor Decerabet. A. D. 1944. 111sive.
Ju the Court of the County Judge, FRED) CARR OLL, The followlIng9 officers are to be votPUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY (Continued from first page) In Jte person County FIlida, Administiator of the estate of Holand ed to. Mayor, Town Clerk and Treasmakes for happiness, for freedom In re: Esthte of u Probute. In County Judges Court., Jeflerson J. Carroll. deceased. urer, Town Marshal and Tax Collector,
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER from fear and want and sickness. The lichalena Majewski, Deceased. Cunt. Florildn. No. 23. Dec. 8, 15, 22, 29 Tax Assessor too seve for one year,
Etbihd16idemnanboyFT, All Creditors and persons Having Estate of Roland J. Carro'l, deceatsed.'O three members of the Town Councit
Established 1869 idle mind and body are prone to stray laims or Demands Against Said To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECIION who shall hold office for two years and
EstaeCNtic iNSTherebyN, given that I have three members of the Democratic ExYou and each of you are hereby fled my final report as Administrator In accordance with resolutions of the ecutive Committee who shall hold office
Established 1873 Finding, treating and curing vener- notified and required to present any of the estate of Roland J. Carroll. de- 'own Council passed December 5th for two years.
Changed to eal diseases will never eradicate them clitims, and demands which you, or ceased; tlat I have filed mtty petition 1944 instructing me to call the Munici- Thie following named Inspectors and
either of you, may have against the for final discharge, and that I will ap- pal Election for the Town Officers for Clerk are hereby appointed to hold or MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 entirely. Knowing the facts, living estate of Mrs. Michalena Majewski, ply to the Honorable Thomas B. Bird, 1945, 1 hereby call said election to be conduct said election: Mrs. T. B. Mc
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Editor Thirty blood tests taken in the of said County at Monticello, Florida. of January, A. D. 1945. for approval of dered opened by the Town Clerk in 'her)- Mayor.
torThirtybloodteststakeninthNe within eight calendar months ftom the the same and for final discharge as Ad- office on the 26th day of December A. No. 24 Dec 8-15-22-29 Jan 5
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With the sponsorship of the Florida (continued from page 1) a Florid, Acts of 1937, known as ih
Wilson in the film, is the first actor Murph~-y Act, the following described Press Association, a movement has land in Jefferson County, Florida, will
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ing hi tright and tieste, as bdtiectn
state as a living memorial to men his dialogue was written by the man ternanl iprove ent Fnd to reject he i porrayig. any and all bids, at the Courthouse,
and women who give-their lives in he is portraying. lyginiring at 11:00 o'Clock A. M. er
the service of their country. Not only is the film a true presen- then tir, day of January, 1945. Eas
-montL for read right of way 200 feet a
Jefferson county has already lost tation of the political and historical wide will be reserved flr nany xarcel evens oftheorti itis apicure thr'ougi wiilr there is art existingr nine of her sons in World War II. events of the era, it is a picture of State Road and as to land in composite Should the plan be adopted, scatter- the life of an Amerian family, posed etacts of 10 acres or more, title to one
Should ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l oh lnb dpesatr gis h aknudo oen nfe all petroleum andthe-ors
ed over the county, in the commun- against the background of govern- of other minerals will be reserved.
ment circles. The three Wilson daughl. Des'cription Sec. Twp. Rg. Acres. ity where each lived, would be plant- Commencing at a point
ed a flowering tree bearing a bronze terms were very fashionable and their O00 ft, South of the costumes sget thle stvle pattern for the iNW Cutor. of the yiE14 placque with the name of the person ca to whose memory the tree is dedi- capital's younger set. The second t ltnce run North 1200
Mrs. Wilson was regarded as style Ft thiene, East 2:00
cated. Ft. filtence, Southt 900 feet.
arbiter of her day, and one of the t in iet a thestBoth the tree and the placque are most glamorous mistresses of the irly direction 2400 Ft. inexpensive and any civic group could White House. The costumes of all of t I iof I inirr, easily afford to sponsor the memorial. these have be-n faithfully duplicated t5. F- E.of.G.:4 1S :R 5S. -_ --2
Living, growing trees mean so much foi' the film. Lo Jons LE. of
forth fim.11. Jortes 1,.t as.e
more to the community they serve Dgeseed Book SS Page 200 8 IS 4E p
than can any cold piece of stone. magnificent musical score of Pt. of Lot 8, 63x88
the film comprises the 87 songs of tl. iraves Addition to Flowering trees are particularly well Town of monticello as
suited to the purposes of a memorial e period, and were arranged to It,, 0.1. hl Page 4 d7.
form a fitting background for the LotL 4 Mlock 17 Slrmnis Add. film a true "tone picture" of the era. SlZ, of Lot 8 Bilk 16 Ex. N1V clothe themselves in a mantle of beau- Suions Add. to Mntleello.
ty to signalize the renewing of life, WI of Lot .: Block 17
Stock Re ort Slitois Add, to Mloiticello.I
the dawn of another year, the refresh- Stock Yard Report nIn S Ao' of NW c as
ing of an evergreen memory. er 1). D. UU page 240 25 4E 1,
Thinli SW Cor. of SER of For Living. Here in th< South are found two decades. The greater satisfaction of
The Florida Press Association is There was a fair run of cattle and Pge 24 e 2 N 4E 3.
preparing a leaflet recommending 100 hogs at the weekly auction at the in SE'/, of NWI/ as all the essentials for good living. workerssurroundedbypleasantlivingeonout-of-the-ordinary flowering trees stcIad ona.Ctl sold lt;e~td Book J
which are suitabl forr r m o rals. TheM a 2N 4 IA 2. Friendly people, an equable climate, en- ditions is reflected in higher production.
whih resuiabe or enerIsi. heweaker and hogs about a quarter, TR1TSTEI4S OF THEF lNTER!NA1,
News will obtain copies of the leaflet cheaper than the previous week. IMPROVEMENT FUND OF THIE terprising towns and commu unities offer a The stress of war has not lessened these
Best steers & heifers 10 to 13.00 1 By CLYDE IT. SAULS,
interested in the project, although Medium steers & heifers 6 to 10.00 Agent Trustees I. I. Fund Jef- combination which makes life for those in basic advantages. In the return to a peaceJeffrso couty ith ts any ursferson County. Jefferson county with its many nurs- best cows, 8 to 11.00 No. 25. Dec. 8. this favored area more than mere existence. time economy they will possess an added
erymen and horticulturists is parti- Medium cows .4 to 8.00 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
cularly well equipped to make and bulls . .5 to 8.00 (11933 PROBATE AC', SE' S. 1, 120) This opportunity for better and happier significance for those who are seeking the
carry out such a memorial project calves . .ho .5 to 12.00 In the Court of the County Judge, living has been an important factor in the most suitable location for industrial or
Generationsl yet unborn will enjoy Heavy No. 1 hogs, 12.751 Jefcerson County, Florida.
the restful shade of Private John No. I hos 13.30 n3 red J: Etate of In Probut. South's extraordinary growth of the last agricultural expansion.
t ogs utherford B. human, Deceased.
Doe's tree, or the flowering beauty No. 2 hogs 12.95 To All Creditors arid persons Havin
of Lt. Bill Smith's honor tree on the No. 3 hogs .11.80' Clains or Demand, Against Said Seaboard Railway, Norfolk 10, Virginia.
State:
parkway, the schoolgrounds, a recre- No. No. 4 hogs .11.25 You and each of you are hereby ation center, or any suitable spot. No. 5 hogs .10.90 1tfed anod rired to Presentt any
Iaimes turd demands which yeu, ol
These memorials do not crumble into light No. 5 hogs .10.20 iftiter of you. may have against the dust but stay green in the hearts of roughs. .6 to 11.50 efoe lateutheaird o.unt mat tet men. feeder pigs .6 to 1371) Cointy Judge of Jefferson County, Florida at his office in the coirt house
.J. N. Hawkins, manager of the cf said Coluty ut Montic 1l10 )'In Ida,
,. stock yards announced that there within eight calendar months freo utir will be no sale on Christmas Day, roti. Each lahe or tihland -n l be tL which falls on Monday, but sales will n writing, and shall state tihe place of H A R E Lresidence and post office address of be held on all other Mondays. 1 te clalmant, and shall be swworn to by
HA RL 1tie claimant, his agent, or attorney,
and any such claim or demand not so
TRANSFER & STORAGE hiled shall be void. T
L. R. RAINEY
Local and Long Distance LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE Asa executor of the Last Will ind
-'i'lamenit orf Ifrtherford 1B. Shaman,
We operate in Fla, Ga., Ala. BRING YOUR HOGS deceased. Buy more WAR BONDSI
C, T First puhlication November 24th., 1944.
No. 22-No. 24, )e. 1--15.
Modern Equipment I AND CATTLE TO ^
Every Load Insured
Office Phone 1099 IMONTICELLO STOCK YARD
Residence Phone 2q29
New Warehouse 633 W. Gaines Auction every Monday, and get Have a Coca-Cola=Let's all have fun
Tallahassee, Fla. AcineeyMnaadg
.highest market prices. Sale
starts 2 p. mn. Monticello Stock
Yards. J. M. Hawkins, Mgr.
CLASSIFIED ADS ________.

FIRE WOOD-Stove, pine, oak, will I
deliver. Out all lenghts. Lamont
Wood Yards, Lamont, Fla. D.8c

FIRE WOOD-Stove, pine, oak, will
deliver. Cut all lengths. Lamont -m
Wood Yards, Lamont, Fla. D-8

FOR SALE-Antique oval walnut /G H
picture frames. Also antique bed, (Resultirg From Colds)
and two modern beds. Mrs. R. H. Buckley's Famous "CANADIOL"
Gelling. Itc Mixture Acts Like a Flash
Spend a few cents todav nt
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS China any drug store ftor a bottle of /
Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture
Sandwich handled trays, $ 5and (triple acting). Take a couple of $2.50, at Gelling's. dl5c sips at bedtime. Feel its instant
powerful effective action spread
thru throat, head and bronchial
FOR SALE-Warehouse hand truck tubes. It starts at once to loosen
up thick, choking phlegm, soothe
and fence pickets. Mrs. O. R. Lin- raw membrances and make breathton. Itp Ing easier.
Sufferers from those persistent,
nasty irritating coughs or bronchial
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PRICES on Irritations due to colds find Buckley's brings quick and effective resubscriptions and renewals of mag- lief. Don't wait-get Buckley's Canazines taken through the Church adiol today. You get relief instantly. Periodical Club. Mrs. Ethel Carter, SIMMONS CITY DRUG STORE Phone 51-R. D8tfc HEAD'S CASH DRUG STORE





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,S JAcross the land you find youth meeting together to talk, to dance, to have fun
at Youth Centers. And the center of attraction is the wholesome refreshment
You will find yourself one of the best informed
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Science Monitor regularly. You will find fresh, new viewpoints,
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unbiased news. Write for sample co es today, or send for one.
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SIX THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1944
Monticello Girl- future years in this Work. control. It is a task that must be F. A. Brink, chairman of the library BASKETBALL SEASON IS
There are five in my family anid I' done for our'. own protection, for!cmite NEWYWT AL e Dir s a ho Chaereportedia for
do most all of our seig.Imke each time tuberculosis finds a victilcm ite UNEW YWTIAL h irswohvrpre o
(continued from page 1) all of my school clothes and my within our Midst the health of each Dts for hospitalized R i
one. He bought me a pressure cook- mother's dresses. I also make most' o' us is in danger. soldiers were brought to the meeting, iinie I ee Boland, Ermala Pate, Marer and during my second year of of the clothes for my three cousins. Following quickly upon the closet
cann. enw ae3 rsur oal fth einEovoeo eryone can participate in the and it was voted to send these to Befobl eaotr asebl e-ttilcne Bid, Vrgie i MclBttyh
canning.campaign against the White PlagueDa Mabry Hospital in Tallahassee.3 pressure fotbl sesn the bk al
cookers and sometimes when I haveHihwePgyM llaBty
cooer ad omtieswhn hvethem because her mother does not by using Christmas Seals, the salelOtint. donations may begvnfrson will open shortly at Monticello
a lot of canning to do I borrow one know how to sewo a ou for dal Wo, nida McClellan, eich
from a neighbor. I have knitted a sweater for my-Auberculosis Association. Each little p n te are evr to
Drn myfrtyaincnigIself and several other small articles. seal we uise is a brick in a mighty Ithe president, Mrs. T. s. Braswell, practice. ertiA a Ruth elSaye, Eanrl aeh
During my first year in meaning I.
no olydd hereure aoutof~ roht land I have crochected wall to guard us against anr attacor tMr.RH. eingchrmn Glsadbywoaecniaes ker, Emin CuhSance, Ealc eih
not only did the required amount ofIcrcealo1[otoMsR.H GlinhimnI
tomatoes and berries but I also can- a ot of pieces. by those small germs which can be I of war services Committee, in the for their respective teams have heed- tower, Frances Harll, Nell Hunter,
ned some peas and beans. I embroider a let and I have my as destructive as an attack by An next two weeks. All who can are
20enemy ary. urged to add their gft of nts to go come a Tiger or a Tigerette. Audrey Davis, Betty Jane Walker,
_200 quarts of fruits, vegetables and !Pee.There is no reason to feel self- 'with' thedle Xoan Clu git1 ml The boys include George Arrants, Lorene Wood, Sarah Mae LaVinka,
cu itr.Ti a the firt Iea reoee y bedroom this su-i righteous about the purchase of these gift from each one will add uip to edolSui aslMryJnJyc
soup mix ure. is was e i year Clarence Walker, Joethefirstyye
ther an made cutan andsur aoke be-n Seals. Christmas Seals are not a an important contribution to the h7l a ckHmloEgnplcmn opr oeeHmr dt oe
that I used a pressure cooker by myself. I really did enjoy my work. charity. On the contrary, they are piess of these men who have given Billy Floyd. Tippy Shuman, Sonny Dorothy J. Allen, Janet Wellner,
Drn mytidyaIca new As daeie ofo our ingroni n investment which pays dividends somc.Noegel, William Bailey, Luther D_-_ Helen Arrants, EttaM. Boykin and
r During my third year I cannedI a in terms of better health in our com- Mrs. Gelling mentioned other war is, Henry Reams, W. L. Harrell, Rob- Eleanor Foisoiaround 550 quarts an d r y Last February a cattle truck that munity. They are a gift of health services where volunteers are needed
fourth year I almost doubled my was hauling dairy cows to a large to ourselves and to our neighbors. including volunteer panel assistant
record. I canned 950 quarts of fruits,
vegetables ,soups and meats. dairy in Miami, Florida, stopped at What better gift at this season? for the local rationing board; volunIn my fifth year I canned about service station. There was a tees to make table covers for Finney
Inm it ya ane bu baby bull onl the truck that Was only MRFS. SA3M TAYLOR HONORED Genqral Hospital for recreationm ONEAl
1200 quarts of fruits, vegetables, about three hours old The driver Oolts torsel wa bondsrinshe DAY
soups, meats and jellies, and entered asked me if I would like to have him. OTHAt onh
the State Canning Contest. I also I had never tried to raise a calf be- SBi
sold some of the products that I fore and I decided that maybe it canned that year. A case of the would be fun to raise one so I told him praise party Wednesday afternoon b vegetables that I canned that year her daughter, Mrs. Bailey 0tokey at an volunteer for some service say- ONLY
was given to Governor Holland by him. He got him off and gave him to the Stokley home on Waukeenah
one of his friends who bought it from I me. I had to feed him with a baby Street. The party was honoring Mrs. anythigri conneconpwit aoer
me. bottle and nipple to start with, but we so
This year I sold enough of my as he grew older he lparced to eat A beautiful birthday cake, iced in vices when have much at ORIGINAL
canned goods to buy all of my school without using a bottle, it did not white and containing 8iwbite candies stake." clothes and equipment. I certainly me nuch feed n pink holders, adorned the table i The club recognized Mrs. Keathley
eqimn ean ot vr 0 hmadthe living ro.Bowden and Mrs. B. L. Yon as new
did enjoy my work this year, and if he really grew. He was a part Jer: r
crops are good I hope to can moreThe guests enjoyed a pleasant hour members.
andIav hd svealexbts cat thre lie an star Wuerniled. Hme oher a WeeYug age"ad" e-S
next year. pretty. He had a with the honoree, during which Mrs.
have made several demonstrations Center of his forehead that loked HNews' and I have had several exhibits at the lk tr ekle ieteOhrfe A. isJyeCoe a Cniudfo ae1
Woman's Club, the Garden Club and week for beef.
other public places. I have found I also raised 75 chickens this sum- her accompanist. number and state on each gasoline
that it is quite simple to give a dem- Emer. I r aisedin thear in a brooder built Fourteen guests enoyed this de- coupon in his possession as soon as -FRO M1~ NEWV ORLEANS
onstration if you know the subject 1n Off the ground ard I did not turn rightful occasion with Mrs. Taylor, they are issued him by the rationing matter that you are covering. them in the chicken yard until they and extenesheir cg ui board. WarPrice_&_RationI am sure that I will enjoy my were about 8 weeks ahrt
ying Board 46-1, Monticello, has this
_________________In addition to my 4-H Club work I weekt mailcod out to all truck own- ALL --NEW BUT -- THE NAME
am a member of the BtClbHihSeveral Types- eirs application form for renewal ofSchool Band and the ClSnssic Clubdy 2.R
II1T FIf T I Also a member of the Presbyterian tasotrto. Oeaos an'I G R B ~ E
Showsh,.(continued from page 1) owners are urged to fill out this
e Sch president of the Monticello High School presented A horo, lining application for their






yearsl ofas motio picturen enter-c as HA VA
t m M t ue oI A m is i splendid musical program which was next quarterly allotment tcanEndeavor, much is b t erbr line and return to this office as
Of teenl-age Church members. I be-,mc appreciate by te mmer. ________________lon t boh he enor hor ad heThese youths gave a performance early possible. Cooperation all Sunday and Monday, Dec. 10-11 junior choir in our church, nd I play which reflected much credit on their gre
the clarinet in the Sunday School or- talent and on the training they have in handling this issuance.
Shows Sunday 2:15, 5 and 0~ p. m. chestra. 'received from thuir dkrector, MissNE SO G
Shows Monday 3:15, 6 and 9 p In. I play the piano and I am still tak- Mildred Dickert. COOPERATIVE BUYING D N E A D O E --S E E~
admission 55c, 76c, $1.10 g piano lessons. The meeting was opened with a
I have taken part in all of the Scripture reading by Mrs. S. C. Walk- Several Pa Beach county dairy collections and stamp drives. er and a prayer by the president in men are giving much consideration to
WV I L S 0 N T have also served around 250 hours keeping with the Christmas season. a plan for cooperative purchases of ADULTS _---- . 5-a
as an airplane spotter. Progress reports were given by feed and other materials they need in CHILDREN . --------- -- -- 35c Included
the most important Show :n 50 1 hope to Continue canning this Mrs. Thomas Folsom, chairman of milk production. according to Countainment. A Picture no Ameni- will enjoy it and receive a lot of' canl will want to miss. benefit from it.

Tuesday Wednesday Dec. 12-15
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___________________________ers may be brought back to health Thursday,. Friday, Dec. 14-15 ad lead normal, useful lives.
When we consider that tubercuin o d o sto day is seventh o tire lis of
dTease killers, instead of first as in
John Wayne, Martha Scott, in 100o4, vie realize the effectiveness of
one of the most exciting sagas the educational program of the t
of the Old West. bteeclosis Associations. But chen we
Latest War News Shorts consider that even today more persons betcveen the ages of 15 and 45--Saturday Only, December 16 men and Women in the prime of lif e N~
-e from tuberculosis than from any
Other disease, We realize that this

Gene Autrey, the Singing COW- now that tuberculosis can be preventboy, in one of his best films. Ied. We must finish the task, o well
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1944 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA SEVEN

Waukeenah PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BETHEL P-TA POSTPONES Kteie har
Wauken- MEETING TILL DEC. 14THKahrnTete
J. "uck"Coosey s iprovngiSunday, December 10, 1934. a enN T C
"Buck" Coksey isimprovin Sunday School: 10:45 A. M. The Bethel P-TA meetinghabenN T C
S c a A c i i i satr a severe illness last week. Morning worship: 11:30. The Rev, postponed until Thursday, Decem-_______W. W. Carltonl will preach at the ber 14th at 2 o'clock. The P-TA and "Wilson" 3 Shows Sunday
Mr. F.aMrs.eSocial Activities a for :15,
setThani~qgiving athome with meet together and will enjoy first "Wilson" 3 Shows Monday
M.and MsC.W. Harsspent Mr.J_. Wlim made auieshrpentselre Thmn ofs Liv Oak MRnin eRvETRANSCRL the Choisms Demonsramt Club wiholl 2:15, 5 and 9 p. mn.
her.parensrsr.C.d Mrs.arVrHs tpenhristmasJrogramWaitheaschol.d3 6 adu9ip.ss
Thanksgiving in Mayo. trip to Jacksonville, Monday. Thomson. This program begins at two o'clock. No reservations will be made
_________________After the program the meeting will iand no tickets sold between
,E. F. Ridgeway was a business The Rev. W. W. Carroll had as his Mrs. Summerfield returned to the Ci No. 2 e ans o e t
visitor in Jacksonville Monday and week-end guest, M. Foy of Sylvester, parsonage after a visit with friends Christn Seri met T t om- onstration Club for its usual Christ- comfortable seats.
Tuesday. Georgia. elsewhere to be with her parents, the mas activities. Children under three will n
Geri.IRev, and Mrs. A. J. Boyd. [day afternoon at 4 o'clock with seven ----be admitted to this show. Ai
Miss Mary E. Keown of Tallahas- Mrs. T. Smith of Drifton and Mrs. m es pre et by Mrs 0. three years or over must hasee was in Monticello for a short time W. Hawkins spent Tuesday in Mrs. W. Thomson, Jr., and lit- tickets.
on business Monday, Thomasville, Ga. tle son, Freddie, of Carlsbad, New
______________Mexico, spent a few days with Mr.
Mrs. L. G. Norman left Monday Mrs. John Mays of Thomasville, and Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Sr. They
for Washington, North Carolina, Ga., spent Thanksgiving here as the left this week for Starke to visit her
where she will make her home. guest of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stump.

Private Artis Connell of Fort Mc- BREAKS ARM IN FALL THE STORY
Clellan, Alabama, spent the holiday Mrs. Hugh Frasier is spending this
week end with his parents, Mr. and week in Tallahassee as the guest of Mrs. J. B. Home, who sustained a
Mrs. J. W. Connell. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. broken arm in a fall from the back OF A FAMILY ,
and rs.Ray impon.door of her home Tuesday, was in Mrs. J.s W.y Connell.
Mrs. Waldo Harris and daughter, A AN ERA.
Martha Lynn, spent Thanksgiving in' Mrs. L. M. Clements has returned ent of her
Tallahassee as the guests of her par- from a week's visit with her s-i- ien
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Taylor. law and daughter, the Rev.and Mrs. hopeful that her recovery will be A WORLD! X
Howard MeC. Mueller, in Savannah, speedy. Mrs. H. S. Tullis of Jacksonville Georgia
spen theThaksgiing oliays ithDr. E. S. Bippus and Howard Bip- 12,000 PLAYERS! I
spent the Thanksgiving holidays with
k her mother, Mrs. Saunders in her Mr t Roberts has returned
home on North Jefferson street. after spending several months in Ala- 20g W af w a y t
meda, Calif., as guest of her son andDiiHoehr.Ms.JnM.e-20 SCN !
The Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Hunter daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Her- r return
have as guests this week, their son- bert Roberts. trip and is visiting her daughter, Mrs. 87 SONGS!
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bippus, through the Christmas
Happy Lawrence and baby son, Hap- Mr. and Mrs. William Bellinger of
py Jim, of Melbourne. Tallahassee spent Thanksgiving Day 4 THE BIGGEST
heeithefomr'_prnt,_r Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Linton had as f
heewihte ome' arnsM.Thanksgiving guests their son and l~a~- ~Directed by
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Watt and the end Mrs. P. E. Bellinger and sister, -in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
latter's mother, Mrs. Lindsay and Lt. Mrs. W. C. Simmons. d
Donald Watt of Thomasville, were L
the guests of the Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Brink were in Sidney, of Jacksonville. 50_YEARS Written for the Screen by
Wallace, Tuesday evening. Gainesville a few days the first of
_____ LAMAR TROITI
the week, Dr. Brink participating in CARD OF THANKS
Friends of H. K. Miller will be glad I the annual meeting of the Florida OF FILM A
to learn that he is recuperating in his Public Health Association. MC
home on he GrooervilleRoad fcextend their sincere thanks and ap-CETR-O
home on the Grooverville Road following a recent operation in Archbold Mrs. S_ L. McCall, Jr., and young pENTERTAINMENPT
Memria Hspial Thmavile. daughter, Jean, and Ms. W.Anezer Community and Miss Norma
Memorial Hospital, Thomasville. Ms ,A
Lester all of Jacksonville, were re-Mclla foth sowrfgis
Mr. and Mrs. C. David Linebaugh cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar given for him at Ebernezer church
of Tampa are announcing the birth Linton in their home on Pearl street. Sunday morning
of a daughter, India Kuder, on Tuesday, December fifth. Mrs. Linebaugh Mrs. Hooper Alexander and two C R OFT A K
is the former Miss India Kuder ofTHEATRE
is he ormr Mss ndi Kuer children, Jessie and Amelia, have re- We wish to express our sincere
Monticello. turned to their home in Asheville, thanks to our friends and neighbors
N. C. after a visit with Mrs. Alex- for their sympathy during the recent Mrs. A. T. Cooper and small son, ander's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. loss of our baby son.
Buzzy, who have been visiting Mr. iler. Mr. and Mrs. S.
and Mrs. J. C. W. Frishmuth left Saturday for their home in Fayetteville,. Mis. John Anderson, Mrs. L. M.
N. C. They were accompanied as far Keen, Mrs. Tom Bishop and the Rev.
as Jacksonville by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hunter spent Tuesday and Frishmuth. Wednesday in Live Oak where they
-attended the district conference of
Miss Marilyn Sumner of St. Peters- the Methodist church.
burg and Miss Lois Littell of St.
Cloud, both students at the Florida Mrs. Willard E. Leisy has returned State College for Women in Talla- after a pleasant visit with friends hassee were week-end guests of the in Baltimore, Md., and Mineola, N. Y.
former's aunt, Mrs. N. B. Carmichael. Mrs. Leisy is making her home with her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis,
Mrs. Alvin E. Montgomery accom- while her husband, Lt. Col. Leisy, is
panied her husband, SK A. E. Mont- overseas.
gomery to Philadelphia for a threeweeks' stay, following his leave here. William E. Crye of Crestview arTheir small daughter, Phyllis, re- rived Thursday to assume the dutier

their absence. County Health Department. Mr.
Crye's wife and daughter will reMrs. J. F. Williams had as her main at their home in Crestview for
guests for Thanksgiving her two sons the present.
and daughter, Corporal George B.
Williams of Fort Belvoir, Va., J. F. The Rev, and Mrs. Cornelius C.
Williams, Jr., of Tallahassee and Mrs. Tarplee, of Charlestown, W. Va., are THE NEW FRONTIER OF AN
Elizabeth W. Starbird, of Green Cove announcing the birth of a son. CorSpring4t Mrs. George B. Williams nelius C. Tarplee, Jr., on Wednesday, INDUSTRIAL SOUTH THE SHORT
and Mrs. J. F. Williams Jr. Betty and November 29th- The Rev, and Mrs.
Lucy Williams of Tallahassee, and Tarplee are former residents of Mon- CUT TO SOUTH AMERICAN MARKETS
Betty and Dorothy Ann Starbird of ticello, where he served as rector of Green Cove Springs and Miss Rebec- Christ Episcopal church for several ca Bearden of Monticello. years





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The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla. Friday. December 8, 1944


~ Aedd ~ SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS







Soil Fertility Is Essential to Food hold wit thos ancentowh

Fertilizers Help to '' erananmpysoch
InraeValue of AcreEvroe-atrmscns
Agriculture, in all its forms, rests aspon the basis of soil fertility, thyhveafllblytn-refe
ever renews or increases that fer-~o ormitisAge
lilty benefits the farmer and those h
dependent upon him for food, cloth-"htapro a' u ot i
g and essential articles from farmb or i he
commodities. uhpyo fi
War Food administration reportsthbakohi/ show tha' the planting of millions .gnaw.g'.worry





cola ooucnrro Increase m asu o7 er, baersor muh a
adiional acresacto i ofdhipta

avoideders-d during the ward thars, Arcltue in al ts foms grarmscansgnstorha







rsI e arss of theilizerlt ing
S arkned inr inpt woye ltadns .i
,t~ty'mId stad p ove rty adsome" sort ofe







Itpesasa haep prminsnd thh
etrereei lon e or od ce had won









per toneofctretilizeo;in259extronbthe
ils New Yorrn iri 85cbs es fo haer F85 tfe tl Gi'l
bushuhtelsa o poaes ande1 inbus
(Se Rop aow) Amberso his
flams foa te produtin wa nands l make t
Homemad Giftsase 5a7tres ororta p
theateoo o e nth ogutnddlimestone
ma nd ev of tiler o.

phate er ace. Prtein onten
'T~f~ ISWHEE FEflU.EJ ~ Chrstma ca puta srainOfl~attrn o. 1Agnomesins zes1nof~~~~ie thet foaghncesesmreta
rhih ne w ue showeds ins S .
your growth, whiwhce tedny a largerFshe pyeiel i osfk dtig or
copene from agtnesde asthetrh e

f a on tha1 e ls c o n e rtl l y ad si s
wasd durirthe waro yean-On keel following th ve dents
thoutethe uskof rtiir, r e r-om wit ior ore to:











Increase inraeslfa yd anyieldbetnsel ro yhlpny"si h."Eeyn a rae orfc s eoigy
rnER fertiizin thel soils wer ree has ber detind that isps ooo ke seerdand ndeanit EC
extra ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ (e balese ocotnwrprdcdgvpltyfaBow)ices'pr.Baefri atttues reflecte in oreraef- ndat 53rt sou Mt.e hca es






heten states; fe z er 12 en c c ent s inin t thell





eastad centra area;s 40 per cen inr therpr wt t ul kr ahre nots
southtma andt 15x peretin centnce ina theio northioe.Petyfrplytmeto
etS r 5 he ls f w 1rsas or ubsti ar mates eo. 252 c2attern and wetr regions.
bushel of pottos; ans4 uh lniula inumost local noi nf you fArot Otee gigCookies Ages aie New Yorkpsage and pr- 122 18 and 20yar. Size 14. rs slee rqies Pter o.ie Lso as anr e n ofo sweswtotWhoasle powderded sugrig sio patess befoMre. Oaron elless 3 yards of 39 inch maRiaawyado



















yoowluhveaveywisldupl doe hrtopaythmoteroc3hr 9tnhoatralfrrdnrstng Nmeeeping.
flocke helty Thea poultry quartersAns a herva adsrc a o rm






arined forlae prdciohaor-lgtunlardonsyus hny Sfbigeeokis ue nutrpsmrecoidrtvirtideden ed2 cnsincis
s m57 d fr your n a se dress soured, and tld
ortd ppsed th e ir et from d.ie
ae3i dozen) of atr than th sae patten storms usumal c
lased use of ao o roulmry eston e If y e ng coke as gifts, yk cup suga y "On to:
abndan af nds nof rihing ers- wrap ad ing a ou wn duh y carer Here
Iln watper acein rctentincled sith waxe paper. Cover 1 cu mlse itndoes't mh mater wthr
It thabe n dra einrased more thao the ilnty Chisma wapn s poon u sorae m oi shu'reae an star erstanbitg plaer. r tha a-i rt t"f log SE IGCRL PTTRNDET






nter leus covcn good physical frmyu 1 teapn sa f eay ad wilnto iv ou enrion fertilize sedshowed in- on ho ug exen sv w o 1 tespon alt coareement prot least," h added, es e gfc rowt5bh, l hic w afet ed brin S u p thve pric o f sbt tes cooke I o r tea spoo ginger "that's bene n my xew r i tae n ra Pt o652co e i s 'ize 12 14P pattendeired bulger yi tel s ; fsuceding0 cros plenifu are crisy oait o and well spcd 1imteaspoon re ci gao cn g dio atesn' untle f eOrso "T e M 1g ad2,te 14b1je verqie Pattvern No .ize .





defdtn omi rin nede tepney Crispe e am sugar and sotng an ic Absn that sh d'r o a
Oan-e re and rod ucstive With r. T e cw v r sr h p m o o c rrct
~~e maure Anaveage inaeake 3s doe)odolasBaellif r "Ciied to e, r mai an s hee eor sin- yn or avc onweettkehr s imAddre. mejieicth i .





fa ms ran oushs, o rn ae- light anh and add alter- hng .
p o r e d w a sc r e p o e d fr ome p l n t i g fr o r e d f u p s h rt e n i n n a t oy t c i re m e d ix e w t w a y sr l n c fi g r i n tob r ta i v a c at io n hat'rn Is e ll h5 e r ?s to u 2i at





(reameniate oll ing the maith, e cup hone
mt n e of aa t iounal aers toe u ife four ml Let sat aer sodtnrp
in lfalace Proei co tn elln dt ae a p er rfrie raor Rol c ps otnn g floreubar way Springs would berer aHooepaet





i yas Cloves and cu ootds ses i t erro sics haheen sn etty matches.
from fertilizingitheesoil wre re-n TA tesoncnaoPokecte.Paeo rae aid huh ihteecpin








eas cntrain 0 centcent in ar tho ing a hony toget g charat r ornastit ages col n be enfoced he repie:l
Wnd5er lgm coeti thep nr hoer1minutee. t Cool. Add cp sifted drfhnig abu ln aorit Thnks iswin s"Dragone S eed, wih5erSr ean or rl







wen tree andi ed.r rft
Prop werticr ac t thl in, t, in "Si e you Wnt
~tiw t Kep Pulty nssandcutin e v aI asprog eal Awuay." t AotIs' thet, sky lovlyIt'







dee ro th wsih cor reI actt ju st -h pl th kind of cr-,
Floc lre y i n oo d e alth crp oc recip n with cooiecut- lott' offutbteenwexit but tharinkceaven .us like an picurothsavenng









nide may mn g tsing ind ell- of oc dle b
lc a tio. n ofertheipourys Ho0 e r.Spinkle wih Cureamn sugar allhreigad iietA bron"ta h e ca, re' tooalrtig tts -o~.e~a erbr dnr s








opm1e tary eoner. Thtswa she pe cen nextc se
small doimed c ow ard eeping o olored na ly as 3,000 little said, buee've all t tain dhey Are I" ttJI el Orb
flok the Te ofulty q er bke on a ge sKing Tut- wen-let fc e it.
r bka srheeti af San eingedi e withdd creamy orange augnte for aprorista ab 1e. pictiirC
m u zral o l a d s o l e p o i e o e a e ( 5 e r e v n Can sa ce hot.re B liard Iga ya n c p a os er bs pinl d t he coa.uslphu r5* 0







nced s oe shade.T sfs me R usr bord a a g pa te
Iceaopse the director from pressed int theo cente ofd the cook- (Sresie 10 pe to1)i g But "camroera hanes aend hastt aserNmtwleutsns.P Lo









Sthortage oo cucshmatell grai nt o l i h
Cleda, comforctale, twe nt- Oa teas o atkng bt an favrit for cup honey morea cocre d aphearbe in "ThgA man saci d Smnoict, "cmeo







seedan s afor ne poe r looks he I t possiooblkie. Here the dy 2 ba een trestin rath ha n a i t Pr. andlg nohing ee, elands beng t
easenta wate ; in clen rceptitce oise n of d apiots: 'h cupkin choe drie apprict "Irat's. myHer atoiaest eAhe por- not ags Whatrdo yohin e'sGeYurWadBnd:







siprethe faower of in goo phsical eedsiut ol Cooie in transdiffern"agne sid. "D wort today?"
enitind wern e tins ae ro
beno sedcinebrs or o ee k uiesponld-e lm a toge ino aut sh c

S i b ing the mie- rat li B, is nce t
a n c o h ea h IP ou u al lr y p a s t / e s o n nu t e g s 1n tuo e a s p o o n s a llt l o e s h e j b w i l l a a y t i n o










secup p shoft enin Th teaspoos sod m-y lled t


deree alsoe detrimenta to livestock.ng
N wF a rmk F a c t Ao c upl t s u a A t e s p o n u m e o r d i ar y r u n o f a t s aI r e m e e r o ns t l k a l b ycu r m yi s e f . .













2~~~ Whith coalf vaciaiotorbucl
1 tie oup 0 lor sr fuil yer ago saddy-Y, wh aoperongtho
eow atiot n. lp by u g;a ater vcwn Aie aihno heoenh
accooked pare bys alnd ;l ad ome Int of heactor. ani mclsp natets Sf d inreiet a d id: "Wh knows ma have
altenely for milk. greatest amou Prope e of lgtato hsad winl- Cramaore ing sgar. Add a. of wo e-e'fcet.kL A










ofer togress itn reo ctdust-ro lsyru ate d d e an eat grea e wi 8chtubeoan day." ntcyuatiweng den may peas yar av h vaccin fuel of ut light and fluffy Ad ait and bk i a mdrt (eurcdeat e c a e h eers should bece ht
ce 13pot 2 e r h e n ni e t aon o atpr ss ad in t s; i thoet ro ug l Sit w t the followng: roig.Ages and m they've bnw pret y- her ba re d 4 c p ans i ,' o
ove Y our Christ ns G oodi es 1 n ow! 15 m n e S vo w l ag e an ges d has [se o two l t sa e lee h










Small dried rtapea 3,e00 y O t elh slogbe oiear old cpsoraeng Sace pleaedn ptinof dae n. She's fa Ii 1/ u hnymrecnere ht e at ei- upie % F. k
eand frm thiomb pof King Tout-s, 3nee be epoo fo Agne uses a French accen i L."07
Christma canpputeater ased rctor ta sra ont bet
'abnantndnourishingfeedsa ou havsugart e t bseeally it i cup sgrou "M. P g ad d s it s











,clanwatr nceareepaces toths ofacosTeesml 3 tables ddre prcts "s yhpoonsak ec butte a weelbrrw RNd FLAKESol by ane armys ice anod prosic' ApBit Oaressng Varyiges Y2 cup orane rauice covicigl aas visito on the setke' izzicitin;whe tesethngsagopo dies for yourret, Age ad*IdG tY u a od



































laiuced ao goodicrop, dr ssn inde sok ep( a las hco el s ) adIntr tablespoon grated oran rind "h re did o get tha r t French today?"
Propetr heand this uctyear Wi ha- I u s e onu ic an suga fora d o cartr Coo coudn' gues, onlysse got thep rol bye th ki rss edsuc f orvxt yeri o ks o ssdiibl, / e ttuce, so r, mix ma onu chofe myntm atel tereth, ges dit ec are s of Joelo g'norelaesbig.o
pintst .all ABuit atosnth o e oft nearl all th e ed e
prethen farmer ofnsuffet eed neaises that sed coke bets d n d r sv e t bierasy, fs tred wo si of the wilolal
Rane o helth I usall pas ou o teo sutga I esonsl oe e jb ilpa ntigo

























rat ia i latereono d hardboil ed egg an war o e ud i g i t H a n nri ory
answe the neegfr sweet withoutm gm rt or i ifretfo he Tm Lo, adIpuldti






















Ne w Farm Facts ordinary fly sr s hh pa. The homemkr can use
Ih and dark corn syrps honey






















wrapite crttilyrup or fri vi g i also boxese be D wa a Ftrong b










new avicrethingelthedb fums- o bende wihrcCikhnyo rieake Shlaeig ad a oniin lagen oft tlchen enr. as bi Tim-ure.Theholeworlha shns perids of tie Te fme sugar 1 u a d al darios ben;adegset tooghy taste. 2c cups watersa on the botto of the order!"nd ,when alse ddri e s c To u s r e n desng o r ov n Tis will help giv g e ter p C over
andu alode weeten ato get um Siand inaglienin top tolie Gt Last L m have










Prprcaef racto ands add- Cra shofnlemn uicar. eiaterapuddig orick. Porit DopaAn o hs rtessm Whitog lth vacitio forc adrust- sur eam isl.Ad g and dres- Srauesn fore pudins arebes a a. knis isy not n a usite n fo l oe unigh o amxd fresf rui sddaladcos, adbae in dobl olerto preent Thaes tobic redecore, is l ouecthe ft em t and sa cntatnet sni s ad vnegsr orx lemogly juice to vtem fro ou rchd5inutes wilSo uredorei household mngstuifferto be,
h. iourea and from yuh! the w arm unti tre s
Honeys thoug expensive will nottt
from~ ~~brn upe theb pric ofn thes cookiestodae.' k























hichnVtiay M ia an epri C d ppe
(Mo Cananas 3 dozen)re n an em eie
an~~~~~ ~ cupe shortening V cp ugr 0*





















"M-tr cups!ttspe sifte floe urdco
c o p a b y ao he o d s in P u t s G e t e oer o m u e G e y










du a oo r c o an mas haBeeitr o ve thD r uit aa d mtht rosig cctfr mosn vinhe n ls saw hisistuff on the suc- to rdco g sins oh ria ~wlA OD
e poeasp oont sinns inm i honin ely c p d n t Ih a b e s pby nw rtn o rhe r in care D iron b o Th y though t h










ShraeoWetinsalgancuss hs ipe 3taerNespaosp ter "Whe1rSnh oo e "At leat, said the, Freknow help prvn aycls fromdee fp r o r e n b r u c lo is o n t ol m e a t a on t o p it h m Aas d ad l a e h m yli
B o i l ed iorne cit a n h o n e t o g e t h W o k -bn e
Propere 1adln minute Cool. w l ase a dd siftedfdry






























purete cave howevfer, shouds be- on.ck Veryin prettntl, inded reply VofK my teh" AgeNelrs.KOLcF1I
Aw pantng lteron.shredingroedets ,ol





























uig te ps er h ac- choperre ta hd-vied t e g stem l eft a ng mp d, sel adesd b te n d e rv "Afte ay half dozeni iffere ton lendarey01 ,.n aI
picklee fromsh th sWo a c n t d e a so e r dib esng Ne shorsnone bione nto ider te mem over."le g ai eca ed e s
2wessi~~~~~~~~~~~t use inc thick-te uid hrmnchc lo h' ee l
saas no'lies p andt cute in nbkn futpdinsoK
lags,~~~~~~~~~ ~wt cookie cut-n h fmsfrlvd yoeo h ms acnt
Actig eriodsof tie. Thefumes blende wi er. Sihnkey with tcks laeapncnanig igmno hecnuy i
,weals dtrientl o lvesoc. sga a ol oredasugar andswtrontebto o h re
To bakFechdesng o greasedwllhlpgvegeae

Whffe~~~~~~~~~ ~bkn sheet inciato ao rcl at.Mkn acs IHrehe rdc o il

Xnnaem ntan sniaton i i ig ormiediedhfritsfruitad i duboroiernutsvet urmayvr isalsool sufbe b
prssd vintoeg ceter of thie cok- rmscrhn.Itwl



respnsibe fo th gretestamo n ess ofnthe cer fealy balanced bymbr theiigt e ncr'-1 to lcte huh h a ordc ogsin-oteIrt-RA OD
Ad prgres in rucelosiscon o isns oft apricots:erUin 20So, ~~-tlm mk betig air Am V
*eapricd ot Oa te a a n Cookies.st"si h," ko elspeen ay od fo e
tffurL ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ Mae 70e cookies)vcc pansSre, hcg ,/t Psus e~ h m red r.Intels e eipn fue ntie r tIrl
1c upris flour h tm lf suneslladesdevlpefrya o iecin nfle.Wokfitl V I O O

gemoved~~~~~~ teapoo thsnutmegaeLRIaedb etr swpprUi, in oe otdem vr"7






The Monticelin News. Montieelln. Fla. Frdqv. Dopeeombpr 1944


PROTECTS CHAFED SKIN

WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY




F n for t he hole Relief At Last
For Your Cough
Creomulion relieves promptly bO
Cause it goes right to te seat't b
trouble to help loosen andepe

SPARKY WATTS By BOODY ROGERS germ laden hlegm and aid na
to soothe and heal' raw, tender, izaERIed bronchial mucous men6O~E, 'L TAC TATAPU--NO %< IqE POC ,-IT 7UST TAT'q --OUT I:,E branes. Tell your druggist to sell yox
YOU TO JUMP OUT HERE WE'LL GO DACK A A rAKE PATIE T FiNE, YOU FORGOT a bottle of Creomulsion with the tnIN HECOUTR '; Yu 5W ---~ TACHE AYDOG PARKY_ TO TEACH- HIM' derstanding you must like the way N;
IN THE COUNTRY 5O YOU5O O l VWO' WDOC YOUHN TM H ECAN quickly allays the cough or you ame
WON'T WRECK ANYTHING JUMP Or REN -- OER OU O, to have your money back
-NOW--OVER--AN' TEIZOF IN CREOMULSION
TAKE T EASY!forCoughs, Chest Colds Bronchii,












1Fra Jay Markey Syndirate
when your stomach is queaNsy, us( '.\'f ~ easy and upset, be gentle with it.
VI6L' POW MAANY Take soothing PEPTO-BISMOL- It
V F1'ES RAVJE I. -belps to calm and quiet stomach di-.
I TLl YOUJ TO tress. Non-laxative. Non-alkcaline.
I- LOG YOU'R Pleasant to the taste. Next time Yur
Z ~ tOUTIlWNE'4.stomach is upset. take voothinfi YOU IS WHENiIfl PETo-arSMOL. _ _
A NORWICH FROM=7C











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POP-Maybe This Is a Case ofSour Apples By J. MILLAR WATT M S U A

1I )QN'T LIKE vzEAm! HOW CAN Y(OU) SAY/ Y00u AC ESf
1I HATE CIR-AMj HATE C1.AMO WHEL Soreness and Stiffness
YOO For blessed prompt relief -rub
'~- actually helps break up painful low&l
GaT CEA&Acongestion. So much easier to apply tha mustard plaster. "No fuss. No ss
r, exwIA Mwsele!' Just rub it on.
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TEN THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1944

personality traits, these items rank The band will participate in the Frank Keith, Happy Hampton and


Ca high: sportsmanship loyalty trust- Christmas Cantata too. They willPBilly Mills, Johnny Hudgins, noted




Thursdays Dec. 14pnaiiy nas lya h.WmnsClb e.pnoieats;Jr mttn
EUI Lschool he is more of the reticent type. 5. Football season is over now and or, and George Moseley, baritone, are
-m muAThis, however, does not maehmwe all enjoyed it; For some of us it among the featured musical artsts,
unpopular, nor does it have any effect will be the last time we'll ever march while the Gaines Foursome, one of know him personally respect and ad- '--will be spotlighted in the dancing,
______________________________________________________________________ mire his keen sense of humor which, CARD OF THANKS along with a high-stepping chorus
SENIOR NEWS he seldom exhibits publicly, of girls.
P g a tSTAFF !__ His activities in school include foot- Thank a million, to all my Monti- A special section will be reserved
Chrismas P geantWe had a meeting last week nadball and basketball and he is a mem- cello friends for the many kindnesses for white patrons.
Editor-in-Chief-Ava Ruth Sawyer chose our diplomas and invitations her of the national Beta Club, an hon- shown me following my injuries on
Assistant Editor-Beverly Patterson and decided upon our cards. Oh, yes. orary activity, also assistant business the gridiron. I HOSPITAL PLAN
Society Editors-Nell Whittle, Mary you'd better get your annuals, too, if manager of the Jeffecello, a member BILL ANDERSON.
On December 14, Thursday next, Ann Clarke you want one. Remember, they're of the F.F.A. and rumor has it that 5.00 a day for a Hospital Room
evening at 8 p. m., the orchestra ano Class and Club Editor-Violet High- gonna be the best yet. he is also one of the senior notables LOCAL STORE WINS DISTRICT for you a maximum of 40 days
Glee Club and music department of tower elected by the school. CONTEST ON LIGHT BULBS each year.
the Monticello schools under the di Typists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- There will no doubt be a slight All in all, he's a pretty .nice guy 10.00 on Operating Room Charges.
rection of Miss Mildred Dickert wiL Intosh. delay in the production of the annual, and a credit to the Seniors. A "cred- The local Piggly Wiggly store, of: 3.00 on Laboratory Charges.
present the annual Christmas pageant Circulation Mgrs.-Robert Linton, due to the fact that the editor-in-chief it" that we're prohd to have. I might which Mrs. Frances I
in~~~~~~~Adro the elemntar scoo auditorium Bett StkeyMathdnnaEpsgaslftust in the elementary school auditorium. Betty Stokely Martha Anne Eppes has left us to :add in passing that he's a transfer manager, won first place in a dis- 5.00 on Ambulances to or from
The admission is free and it is Gossip Editor-Emmala Pate, Willie join her husband before he is shipped from Aucilla. strict contest conducted by the chain Hospital.
hoped that a large number of towns- Gus Boland overseas. For those who haven't guessed, his of Lovett stores during November. 25.00on X-rays ('/, the cost).
people will attend. Love-Lorn-Bettilee Bird -By the way, Seniors, the perform- name will be printed in the next edi- The sale was on electric light bulbs9. 12.00 on Anesthetic Charges.
Joke Editor-Eleanor Folsom, dance we sponsored last week provedtion of the Jeffersonian. The Monticello store is the small- 5.00 on Physo-Therapy Treatments.
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RECREATION Spanish and Latin Editor-Evelyn to be a great success. I think we
Blair. can, with a little cooperation from BAND AND GLEE CLUB stores from Live Oak to Marianna. from home.
When America was settled, the Sponsor-Prances Mashburn. each and every one make 1944-45 a The prize is $30 in cash 5.00for First Aid Treatments.
first recreation was only in the home.,________ Red Letter Year, after all, can't we? The band and Glee Club are in eral Electric iron. FAMILY GROUPS AT ONE
Later neighbors got together to help Thereis noreason wha n p u charge of the Christmas Cantata to PREMIUM
Ther isother not reo w. wn c n w be held December 14. The Glee Club onaoterYcompete with the Juniors, has a full schedule for the two weeks Green Write or Phone
the work was done they had their After the Christmas holidays we eo hits liy.
recreation. These were usually corn Misses Beyers, Mashburn, Dicatrtplan to sponsor a movie for theft eno -oehims T
huskings, log-splittings and quilting and Knoblock went home for the joyment and entertainment of all plan to sing at the Woman's Club, The original Silas Green show, INSURANCE CORPORATION
bees. As the settlers prospered they [Thanksgiving holiday. Let's make it a shining Dec. 5, present the cantata Dec. 14, composed of a variety of minstrel Rm. 4, Christie Hall Bldg.
began tohv pligbesadrsing at chapel Dec. 15, and for the acts-dancing, comedy and instru- P. 0. Box 132 Phone 1961
began o havespellig beesand con- Viriniaecrntos spentThankc-ello,__amemberunity affairs which the whole fain- giving holidays with her cousin, SENIORS! P .-T A. Dec. 12. The program for mental music-will play its annual Tallahassee, Florida
ily attended. Louise McCall, in Qusincy. Recognition goes this time to a Ithe 'Woman's Club will include engagement at the show lot Tuesday, NAME.----.
Today, recreation has decidedly Beverly Patterson and John Lloyd certain senior boy. Incidentally, the IThanksgiving Hymn, Lord God Of December 12, at 8:15 p. m
changed-it is seldom a family affair went to Tallahassee, Monday night to boy whom I believe both teachers and Morning adWe JonyCms DahSttwlhnlethcoey ADES.
-instead the movie, nightclubs and see the Don Cossaks. students greatly admire. Among his.- Marching Hmre. lead, aided in this department by TOWN -- .
cars have taken the place of the more ____simple types of recreation. Young
people do not need the more elaborate
of these kinds of rerreation, bht wea do need some place to go to have gooda
clean, wholesome fdn.
In many towns in American coamunities are organizing youth canteens and recreation halls whereE soft ae e o r ls epv
drinks arb sold and young people can
play games and dance.tC
In Monticello there is an urgent
need for surh an organization, for
aside from school and church ac te ivi ties and movies there is no providedM recreation. The community as am3n s
whole provides nothing. f l i m i es
A number of individualsgwho are r
interested in young people would be ., ~M !~
willing to help plan a canteen or rec-Sl O O E ST ~ E America's
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reationT hall for us. I think that all of the young people would do their wonfirstpl

making it a tremendous success. ~a Ipreviously usedpatadcoeaewoehatelCr-4 togrti

The Beta. Club hasab issued a chamo- Gir Heavier Cushioning-0%'
The ie b a ssud a hal etaCl hasmore rubber between the lenge which has been accepted by the Cord plies.
Key Club. The challenge conerns xrTeaPls-Gv
greater strength and
can sell the most BONDS. Won't youbulb help one side and BUY A BOND? Hast

JUNIOR NEWS I ~Grad, I Tire Certificate Needed

Now, if we don't feel important these lays-we just ordered our class MeJry Girffe has a long, long neck
rings and are they bo Before Gnthat goes back eand forth. The Catermany more moons we will be strut- artss ,
ting around with them. tT Q b bobs Li t ea
The play books have come. too!!! e hi in the danci that ngii
Sometime this week we are going to -P
have tryouts. Already too many of' us have a case of stage-fright! Butg
really, now, we are going to put on a
snazzy play-just wait and see!p

DIRT Their sweet, cuddly bodies are perlle an! their faces, feet and
Mary Ann, so it's Hoot this week-4 9 hands are soft, silky wool. There's a saucy ribbon bow tied
several weeks in succession-it must! She's seventeen Inches tall under each round little choin!
be love. a dayiforsa HspitalsRoo
Emmala, why are you continually spurning Glenn's love??? There's a gorgeous eyes move. She's
reason for everything.Labo at
Frankie, it must be love-to stay ~
home from a band clinic. You better ;1oi
watch Nell though.Ambulancesto Gossip also has it that Bettilee hada company (m2ale, too) over the holi
d a y s. o A
Say, was that Jigs and Maggie that'imaeIA were seen at the midnight show Sat- on P sTr Treatments.
usday os could it have been Virginia Dhome.es 10S
W and R onald? that Ro er L.ck . . S A FE1 u ;l. lG L O
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