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The Monticello news

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Title:
The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Monticello, FL
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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>]
semiweekly
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English
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v.60 no.21 December 15, 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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Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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MONTICELLO IHE RED CLAY HILL
The Great Middle TH C NI E .L L ESSECTION OF
Gateway THE MONTICELLO NEWS FLORIDA


THE NATIVE HOME OF, THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60, No. 21. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1944 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Gifts To Be Sent Maximum Payments N. S. Curtis Is Blacklee Melon Is CfISTMASPAGEAT) SUNDAY Farmers Must

To Men In Army Of State Welfare Kiwanis Speaker Newly Developed Comeths, i be preantedheat the File Report For
Presbyterian Church Sunday evening,
Hospitals Nearby Board Increased Rev. Lawrence Baxter, rector of The Blacklee watermelon was December 17th at 7 o'clock, under AAA By Jan. 15
the Episcopal Church and Mr. R. L. developed by Dr. M. N. Walker at the the direction of Mrs. H. B. Foster.
Christmas gifts for hospitalized Jacksonville, December 13 (Special) Smith of the Florida Power and Light Watermelon and Grape Investigations Both the Junior and Primary Choir Farmers of Jefferson county who servicemen are being collected by company, Miami, were Kiwanis guests Laboratory, Leesburg, Florida, and will assist in this service. A cordial areparticipating in the Agricultural
members of the Otto Walker Post -Figures made public here today at Wednesday. was released by the Florida Agricul- invitation is extended to the public Conservation Program are urged to
American Legion and by the Auxil- t The club voted to have installation tural Experiment Station in 1942. It to attend. give their attention to the following
iary. These gifts may be sent b by State Welfare Commissioner Le- of officers and ladies' night on Thurs- was originated from a cross between important notice, which The News
anyone, whether connected with the Land W. Hiatt showed that the num- day, January 4th. the Leesburg and Hawkesbury varie- U. S. LIBRARY TO HONOR prints at the request of the local
Legion or not, and are to be left in of recipients of old-age assistance President Carr reported that Sec- ties, both of which are highly resist- FLORIDA'S ANNIVERSARY AAA office:
the office of Mrs. Elsie Loeb, county per month allowed by law has been retary Phillips had received a check ant to Fusarium wilt. The Leesburg, NOTICE TO FARMERS
home demonstration agent by Dec- pe mnca ow e yo asd en for $116.00 for the credit of the Un- one of the parents, is a selection from Washington. Recently Senator Agricultural Adjustment Agen
largely increased, due to additional derprevileged child's fund from the the Kleckley Sweet, a melon of gen- Charles 0. Andrews suggested that ember 20th. state funds. benefit football game, erally recognized high quality, also the Congressional Library have an an esthat an 15, 1945 ha

will make an acceptable gift for this In Jefferson County, Hiatt announc- Mr. Nate Curtis was the guest known in some sections as the Won- exhibition to commemorate the 100th been established as the closing da ed, 3 prsos rceied his axium peaer.He aidfor filing reports of Performance rutpurpose; cigarettes, candy, cookies, ed, 43 persons received this maximum speaker. He said that he had con- der Melon. The Blacklee was devel- anniversary of the admission of the der the 1944 Agricultural Conservacards, or any other personal item during November. For the state as sidered several subjects such as "To- oped especially for its high resistance State of Florida to the Union, March the in tisultaer The gift is to be wrapped in Christ- a whole the number had increased to bacco," "Love" and "Music," but re- to Fusarium wilt and for the desir- 3, and he has been advised by the tion Program in this state mas Wrappings with the donor's name 6577 from 172 at the beginning of jected each in favor of "Time" a sub- able horticultural characters. Librarian of Congress that an exhibi- Please arrange to turn in before and address inside. the last fiscal year. ject of interest to old and young Fusarium wilt is a soil-borne dis- tion will be held and is scheduled to January 15, 1945, the report for your
It is planned to divide the gifts Recipients of aid to the blind re- alike. Instead of using his own lan- ease that is carried over in the soil open on the First of March. farm covering the soil building praccollected in Monticello and send them ceiving the maximum had also largely guage he recited Longfellow's "Mori- for long periods of time. It attacks The exhibition will show the Lib- Oces carried out on the farm in 194. to the various service hospitals in the increased, the commissioner added, turi Salutamus," a poem written for the main stem of the watermelon rary's e rest and most interesting For your convenience this may b, state and Finney General Hospital, 523 now getting the top amount. the 50th anniversary of the 1825 class plant, causing the wilting and death raterialngturned in at the county AAA office
Thomasville, Ga. In the aid to dependent children of Bowdoin College. of the entire plant. This disease has material. any time between now and January
Many persons have expressed a group, where payments are limited to Mr. Curtis recited the entire 300- made it impractical to grow the 'om- 15.
wish to do something for the boys at $18 per month for the first child un- line poem from memory. His manner monly grown commercial varieties of P.-T. A. December This is important and in order to
Christmas time, in addition to their der 16 years of age, or under 18 if at- was pleasing, his delivery excellent. watermelons on land that has been conserve your time, please come in
own gifts to their families and tending school, and $12 per month Called on for a progress report on planted to this crop during recent Meeting Held Tues. as early as possible and bring the infriends. This is an excellent oppor- for other children in the home, maxi- the bond sale contest, Leonard Delp years. The Blacklee is highly resist- formation needed to show for each
tunity to make a small gift do a great mum payments were made to 3,419 accounted for well over $6000. E. C. ant to this disease and may be safely The D m n t soil building practice carried out in
deal of good. of 4,207 families on the November Hines, captain of the opposing team planted on land that has previously A TheDecem er meeting of the P.T. 1944, the amount carried out, and the
rolls. The need of other recipients claimed that his team is "somewhat grown watermelons without risk of t place on the farm where it was used,
FARMERS ELECTION did not warrant their receiving the up" on the Delp aggregation but gave serious damage by the disease. Con- e president, Mrs. Clyde Sauls, pre- and receipts for lime, phosphate and
ON DECEMBER 16TH maximum amunt. out no figure. fusion 1ias sometimes arisen as a ding. seeds used in carrying out the soil
Total number of recpients in the result of some growers referring to In the opening exercises, Rev. J. L. building practices.
Jefferson Counity farmers are urged thre cat er driesing Noemer Gad common leaf diseases as wilt. The Hunter gave the invocation and Miss If your report is not received before
Jeferon outy arersar uredthree categories during November Garden Club News Blacklee appearrs to be about as sus- Stimson led the audience in giving teIyureotintrcivdboe
to go to the polls next Saturday, Dec- were announced as: Old-age assist- ceptiblkle at k be af diseases tso theo h enflag. the closing date expires no applicaember 16, 1944 at 3:00 P. M. for the dance, 39,542; aid to the blind, 2,290; action for payment can be filed.
purpose of electing three County aid to dependent children, 4,207 fam- The Founders Circle will meet on such as downy mildew and anthrac- The senior band and glee club, un- Please give this immediate attenCommitteemen and two alternates to lies (10,271 children). Monday, December 18, at 4 o'clock at nose as are other varieties. These der the direction of Miss Dickert, t
serve during the year 1945 as the the home of Mrs. DeWitt Kuder. Roll leaf diseases attack all varieties when gave several selections, each of which ion as we want every farmer who
Jefferson County Agricultural Con- CONSUMPTION OF call is "My Most Important Piece of weather conditions are favorable for was well rendered and much enjoyed ths year to receive any payments
J son counttA rCOUNTYC Gardening in December." A horticul- their development. by those attending the meeting. that haer teeeany pay
servation commi. GASOLINE DURING OCTOBER tural quiz conducted by Mrs. F. A. During the past three seasons ag- During the business session reports that have been earned. Will you
Brink will constitute the program. ricultural representatives of the At- from the various chairmen re s please also call this to the attention PASSES~~~~~~chire were gMIAT-N offro out sr cnue your neighbors who are farm opPASESBA EAMNA I Jefro conyursosmd lantic Coast Line Railroad have ar- Oi.TeFft rae r.Hri
Included in the list of 18 persons 118,553 gallons o' gasoline during the The Cherokee Garden Circle will ranged numerous trial and small teacher, wfs winner in the member- erators? who successfully passed the State month of October, according to rec- meet at the home of Mrs. P. M. Mc- commercial plantings of the Blacklee I ship contest. The award will be a Bar Examinations held in Tallahas- ordo empiled by the inspection bureau Intosh with Mrs. Charlie Morris co- variety, particularly in Florida where half holiday. The prize for having see in October is Mrs. Mable Bowden of the state department of agricul- hostess, Monday at 3:30. This is the it was developed, and have observed the largest number of mothers presTo Aid
ture for thatbe perod Chritma party, andde memer arees itsbe beavo inter te
Lingenfelter, of Tallahassee. tune se apemou 1 Christmash an members its behav'orim the territory from ', he meeting was divided beMrs. Lingenfelter, the only success- Kerosene in the amount of 19,855 asked to bring an inexpensive gift central Florida to South Carolina. tweIcn the 2nd and 5th grades.Git ToS l er
f gallons was used in the county during for the Christmas tree. Statements that follow are based
Editor Keathley Bowden. She is em- the month. State totals were 25,299,- The Gladiolus Circle will meet Mo largely in personal observations of Prof. fo. L. Tucker thanked the The local Boy Scout Troop will played in the State Comptroller's of 118 gallons of gasoline and 5,376,333 g theiiw representatives and on re- to the ehool libraries. IIe announ ti e ithe sedi sa
ployed~~alon in thesne Stat Coprle'Lf a rgt eebr1tawrocc ports to them by growers and ship- Christmas gifts to hospitalized solfice. at the home of Mrs. LesterLawrene pers who have grown and handled the eddiers, it was decided at the meeting
with Mrs. Clinton VanCleef co-host- melonbe given in the elementary school evening.
ess. Auditorium Friday afternoon at 1:30
_g_ _Description o'clock, and invited everyone to be Each Boy Scout is asked to bring
SrvIC Colum n nterestng items of Jefferson MARY ELLEN McLEOD The Blaklee is classed os a long present. one package of cigarettes, any brand,
County Boys and Girls in Ser- BRATES SECOND BIRTHDAY type Watson, wt no tendlocy The next meeting will be Father's and one package of double-edged
to constriction of the stei ends night and will be held the 2nd Tues- razor blades wrapped together as a
IMrs. Clyde Sauls entertained with to cotiti oth ste en day in January. gift, to the next meeting, Tuesdayy,
Pfc. Thurmon T. Lee spent four Lt. H. Burt Bassett is at home for a children's party, honoring her small isDecember 19th.
day here last week with his wife, a month's furlough from the Pacific niece, Mary Ellen McLeod, on her see- and is characterized by faint sngi- A k These gifts will be sent to Finney
leaving for his post at Kearns. Utah. combat zone. Lt. Bassett, a Navy ond birthday, Monday afternoon. rind is dark a y agg s S General Hospital to be distributed to
_V_ avy ond birthday, Monday it ernoort. green in color, is thin but quite toughGeraHoptlobedsiuedo
pilot, is a survivor of the aircraft car- Following an hour of play with toys *nthe Servicemen there, Christmas
Corporal Edward B. Bailey, Jr., river, Gambier Bay, which was sunk and several games, the white iced which makes it a satisfactory ship- Christmas Cheer morning.
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bailey re- in the battle for the Philippines. Dur- birthday cake ,decorated with two onon)in* All Scouts are urged to member
cently arrived in England and is now ing the battle in which the ship was pink candles, was served with ice MRS. PATE IS HOSTESS TO For His Children to have their gifts in at the next regsomewhere in France. Edward wrote sunk, 7 of the ship's 12 torpedo pilots cream to the little guests. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY ular meeting.
his parents that he is having varied were lost, Lt. Bassett being one of ___Scores of utterly destitute, orphan, experiences, having spent his first the five who survived and returned Mrs. Joe W. Pate entertained mem- homeless and needy little Florida FLORIDA'S RURAL YOUTH
night on the continent on a bed of to the States. bers of her bridge club Wednesday af- children under the care of the Chil- FURTHERS WAR PROGRAM
straw, he slept the next night in a -V------- ternoon in her home on Pearl street. dren's Home Society of Florida,
castle. Pfc John G. Walker is spending a The rooms were attractively decorat- "Florida's Greatest Charity," are Florida may well be proud of the
---V furlough with his mother, Mrs. J. G. ed with camellias and greenery. earnestly pleading for Christmas toys way in which its farm youth have reLt .and Mrs. R. K. Brown, of the Walker at Aucilla. Private Walker At the conclusion of several inter- dolls, games and goodies for Christ- sponded to the war food production
Naval Amphibious training base at received an injured back during the esting progressions, Mrs. Jack Taylor mas Day; in fact, they are counting program. Indeed, had it not been for
Fort Pierce are expected here to invasion of Southern France and was holder of high score, and Mrs .S. D. definitely on the state superintend- the sturdy and patriotic efforts of
spend Christmas holidays with Mrs. returned to the States after six Clarke, whose score was low, receiv- ent, Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg who Florida's rural boys and girls, this
Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. months' overseas service. He is be- ed prizes. has been serving the Home Society state would not have been able to
Borland. ing treated at Finney General Hos- The hostess served a salad course. and its homeless little ones for the meet the production goals that have
_V_ pital, Thomasville. After a visit with past 34 years (over 50,000 of them) been assigned to it for the past three
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Kuder receiv- his mother he will report to Finney to find a way to answer their christ years.
ed an early Christmas present in the on the 21st. RATION NEWS mas letters to Santa Claus, and "Dad- Florida's 4-H club members and
arrival of their son T /3 Louis DeWitt v dy" Fagg does not want to disappoint other farm youngsters have had their
Kuder ,who returned Thursday after Pfe. James N. Anderson is spend- PROCES FOODS even one needy child, and is therefore own private programs for food proserving three years overseas in, the ing a few days in Monticello with his sheec
European theatre. He has been in wife and his mother, Mrs. G. I. Royal. MEATS AND FATS donations of money, foodstuffs of incidentally, have been no mean factEngland and France during most of An infantryman, Private Anderson Blue A-8 through B-2 (book 4) now every kind, toys, games, dolls, goodies or in overall results, and they also
his time overseas. He arrived Thurs- served in the European theatre, saw valid at 10 points each. Good in- and children's wearables of every have outdone all their past efforts day from New York and will spend action in Holland and Germany ,and definately. leind and size. in helping their parents with the
ten days here. was wounded in the chest and arm. Red A-8 through S-5 (book 4) now Even the smallest contribution will main farm crops.
V- He has been awarded the Purple valid at 10 points each for use with be of tremendous help, and will be Along with the actual work they
Sgt. Desmond Bishop writes his Heart medal. He is hospitalized at tokens. Both good indefinitely. greatly appreciated. All contribu- have done, they have also bought war
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bishop Finney General Hospital, Thomas- SUGAR tions of money should be sent to the bonds, collected scrap paper, and takof Aucilla, that it's cold and rainy in ville, which is a lucky break for any MARY VIRGINIA FOUNTAIN Sugar stamps No.'s 30, 31, 32, 33 treasurer of the society (for the past en an active part in all other proItaly now. "I didn't know it could 1 Jefferson county boy who is hospital- and 34 now good for five pounds each 38 years) Mr. R. V. Covington, 403 grams connected with the war effort.
rain so much and be so cold," he says. ized. Monticello 4-H Club member, is indefinitely. Consolidated Building, Jacksonville, Now they can be counted on to
A member of a tank outfit, Desmond ---v winner of the state prize in the Nat- Canning Sugar and all articles other than cash will continue doing all they can until
is stationed in an Italian forest, and ional Canning Contest. Stamp No. 40 good for five pounds be warmly welcomed at any one of victory.
works constantly in the cold and James W. (Billy) Ingram has writ- canning sugar until February 28, the Home Society's five children's
slush. He is completing 18 months ten his dad and mother, Mr. and Mrs Stock Yard 1945.tApply to local boards for sup- Hac located in Jacksanille, Soth
overseas this month. After a year .I L. E. Ingram, telling them of his Stok ar Report 195Apltooclbadfrsu-HmsoaediJcknvlSuh
North Africa he spent 5 months in ship's participation inthe invasion of --plemetal rations. Jacksonville, Miami, Lakeland and H EALT NOTES
Corsica and has been in Italy since. I the Philippines. "I am glad you heard There was a good rainy-day sale of Canning Sugar Deadline for appli- Pensacola. Private Grinelle Bishop, 18 year the news about our ship. Yes ,it cattle and hogs at the weekly sale SatHons extended to Feb. 1, 1945. "Daddy" Fagg is eager and anxious
old brother of Sgt. Desmond Bishop, really was a great show. We hit the Monday at the local stock yards. J. SHOES to secure enough money to provide Dr. F. A. Brink, Director
is taking basic training at Camp Japs so hard, so quick and in so many N .Hawkins, manager, reports that Airplane stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 not only toys, dolls and goodtis fo -o
Blanding. He has been in the army places that it took them days to re- cattle sold steady, while hogs sold (book 3) valid indefinitely, every homeless child, but wants to Because they do not understand the
8 weeks, and is now engaged in the cover and get up enough planes and about a quarter lower than last week. FUEL OIL give these children in all five homes value of hiunization, some school
most rigorous of all training-infan- ships to try and fight back. The Best steers & heifers 10.00 to 13.00 Period 4 and 5 coupons from last a real Christmas dinner with all the children play hookey on the day the try replacement training, to which first two days wasn't so bad but after Medium steers & heifers 6 to 10.00 year and Period 1 coupons for this trimmings, and hopes to be able to doctor or nurso is expected to give Camp Blanding was converted from that we were under constant air at- Best cows 8 to ll.00 season now valid, provide each little youngster a iew the "shots." Through talks, bulean induction center. He is being pre- tack. It is a real thrill to see an Medium & common cows .4 to 8.00 GASOLINE suit or dress, shoes, sweater, bedroom tins and newspaper articles wo enpared to withstand the hardships his enemy plane burst into flames and Bulls . .5 to 8.50 A-13 coupons valid through Decem- slippers, underwear, stockings and deavor to inform the people on public brother is now going through. "They coast into the water. I am fine and Calves 6 to 12.00 her 21. Rationing rules now require raincoat, health matters. There rog many we
think nothing," he says, "of the wea- hope you are not worrying too much. Heavy No. 1 hogs .12.85 that every car owner write his license This is a big order, but if everyone do not reach through any of these ther. And if it's cold or raining, we I have seen a few newspaper clup- No. 1 hogs . 13.00 number and state on each gasoline reading this article will send in even measures. Enlightened persons have are just as apt to be ordered out on pings from various papers and we No. 2 hogs 12.55 coupon in his possession as soon as a dollar or two, every child under the the Opportunity to Pass the osp Of an 18 mile hike at 11 o'clock at night, really got a swell write up. It is time, No. 3 hogs . __. 11.15 they are issued him by the rationing care of the society will be bountifully prevention along to others. as we are to be allowed to go to bed because this ship has really played a No. 4 hogs 11.15 board. prove 1 h wistmas Aayewomfor ts" ave ry litlesin peace." At Blanding the boys are gallant part in the Pacific war. Every- No. 5 hogs .- 10.65 OPA. is putting on an Anti Inflation a gloriously happy Christmas Day. comfort will save much xickes. put through the rigors of actual com- one is happy and they have a right Light No. 5 hogs .9.80 Campaign and posters will be dis- C i sufferngelossllfquite a f e nse.
bat experiences to weather them for to be." Roughs . 6 to 11.50 played at all food stores within the Chemists of the United States De- There are still quite a few who say
things to come. When they get thru Billy, who is gunner's mate, 3rd Feeder pigs 6 to 13.00 near future. The public is urged to apartment of Agriculture have per- "I am coming down to get the 'shots' their basic training, there is no ques- class, said "this is my fifth Navy There will be no sale on Christmas look for these posters, read their con- fected an odorless and non-irritating and they do not come. Some have tion of their fitness to meet the Christmas, and I hope the next one Day, but sales will be held every tents and render their full co-opera- household fly spray consisting 0N waited too long. enemy. i will be with you folks." other Monday thereafter. tion in this very essential campaign. purtfie' pyrethrum. BE WISE, IMMUNIZE.






The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. Friday. December 15, 1944



CLSSINE Flyers Map Bad Luck for Japanese 7#ir
CLASSIFIED
DEPARTMENT Relieve Miseries of Your

HELP WANTED

e Persons now engaged in essential tor). industry will not apply without state- As le Sleeps
rent of availability from their local Now most
United States Employment Service. al Coa w ah
__________________________ moden wyto relieve
____________________careless comment on Brooklyn over :.d
RegisteredPharmacists-Good working con- seas soldiers in hospitals. Is a child's
editions. Attractive proposition to one who cold. Even asyou rub
qualifies. Madison Drug Co., 500 Franklin, b it on, isom
Taspa, Fla. USES referral card required. the Cabinet after this bond drive ? ea ouing
.Washington insiders insist that .,~ t~t oteirtto nns n
SAL SM N AN ED Att'y Gen. Biddle will inherit a U. S. Ml.7t Then, as baby sleeps, VapoRub.
SALESMAN WANTED
Supreme Court bench. His succes 4 UNUSUAL OPORTUNITY sor probably will be Tom Clark of \!. P W ,S
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY fu rbnili
Salesmen to represent Manufacturer's Na- the Dep't of Justice. b I i tu r cial
tionaily-known "Essential" line. Full tire F."_Y,
or side line. Weekly drawing against lib,eral commission. No investment. Samples Bob Hope's new eol'm is said to m vaprs
compact. Work small or large established have already made gazettes. His I back
territory. No experience our line required.
Car necessary. Permanent. Replies take is about a "G.
Write ALES DEPT., 2301nMadie
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____________________ tidle on Bette Davis and her Cor war in poultic.
COLLECTION SALESMAN listing delin- p cum-quog a iems Often misery of
quent accounts for collection by national the cold is gone. Remember, Mother.
Sthe Whe Bett was asked ifL sAheivsYuthsse
organization. Should earn $50 or more weekly. No age limit. CLEARING BU- planned marrying, she replied I REAU, 1514 Prospect Ave., Cleveland. 0. am 36 and too old O.c n


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HE RI G? DOCTOR'S (Red Book) on page 46? :r i<~ ~ Children's colds. VVAPOR
CLEACEA DISCOVERY
Vato Ear 0il, a prescription to treat head Many secondhand Army cars are They talk it over, lower photo, and load them up, upper photo, for attacks that repaid in part the debt owed noises, clogged-up feeling, ringing, issing
dizziness, roaring in the he.a D ry scal, now being offered by dealers at $400 the Japs for their surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. B-29s carry tons of destruction on each trip into the Itoh ears sometimes a forerunner of dea- each. Some paid $200 for them. It land of the "setting sun" Few medals are awarded, but the bits are effective. ness It is wonderful to hear clearly afterte 60t eaitfo
obstruction is removed. Believes severe costs ante$0torpitfm earache. Send $2 today for 20 applications the Army color. . If you think
deiri.VACO EAR OIL CO. there is no racket on the cig short- C r y n o l o N w a te
10OddFelowsBIdg.,Dept.15,RaleighN.C. age, how come so many now show
up wrapped in cellophane
USED TRUCKS 0
USED TRUCK EOARTERS We The Red Cross in Hawaii and Auhave them, practically all makes, models
and sizes. K-BOY MOTOR SALES. 105 publicity women, who are needed. '.N Le Street, Phone 5-194 acksovile,a Salary: $150 per month (to start) plusroomand oard. . By now, ,s<
each of the Army nurses who es- iyy-i.
Children's Hush Newspaper caped from Bataan has been pro________ ~ ote to at least the rank of Major.\\V\ :
A copy of Ladybird, Poland's Emergency surgery saved the
underground newspaper for chil- index digit of talented Ethel Smith dt g A tr. . . . . . . . . .
contains such material as news of
servicemen. . Despite the re- -. : ~ '
boy and girl war heroes, a prayer
for freedom and various ways cent reports, pals of the heirs insist
for reedm ad vaiou way tothe N. Y. Yankees team is not for '. -i5 '
frustrate the Nazis. M11.l ,i
risrtthNai.sale now. Unless, of course, you a,'.~1,
______________ have a fabulous offer. . 75 new P* EVANGEL~~UbINE# SYMBOL OF
mags will lIit the stands within 6 ~, ~.~.t~EVERLASTING LOVESEARCHED
monts. ~ '~ I .FOP. YEARS FOR HER LOVEP-Insidert; hear that the banks are - FONHIINAOROUE
New Scientific Formula
ofte N e nii Spreudy keeping a record of all large bills Nst WHERE HE DIED IN HER ARMS.
often gies Amazing Speedy .
Relief to Sufferers of Agony for.Mr. Whiskers. F s"
and Muscular Pain ofFrm""nts1 W i
andMusula Pan o I p.The reason may be to call them
RHEUMATISM, ARTHRITIS,
LUMBAGO, SCIATICA. in eventually and ask owners how "Y;" 1,
CHAMBARD TABLETSVS rM S
CHMAR ABESthey got them. Also to check on '7.~n.' 115FMU
are a New Combination of MODERN MAID
,.a Medicinal Ingredients used black riarketeers, many of whom
1 by Leading Modem Physi- are offering 2 per cent to get them S A SYMBOL OF
cians.THE PURITY AND
CHAMBARD TABLETS changed into 10s, 20s, and 50s. WHOLESOME
Are Praised by Thousands.
Must Give Absolute Satisfato o oe Bc.~ Upton Close hasn't yet offered us GODNS OF
faction or Money Back.W,&"
$2.00 a Box-Write Nowl any documented proof that Gov't or 2 -MAID THE
IMPERIAL DRUG CO. other pressure groups got him fired ONLY MARGARINE
1344 5th Ave. N.Y.C.29 offNBC. . Whendepositors of a Members of the U. S. Army Engineer Petroleum Distributing company are shown unloading airplane of CERTIFIED By ITS
_______________________certain bank (not in N. Y.) read pipes from India to be used in the building of the India-Burma-China pipe line. The line will relieve the load MAKER.TOB
that an accused Hitlerooter was in of the road as well as the air force in furnishing the essential gas needed for planes attacking the Jap *TABLE-G D
OKI. C s,,,. the owner's employ-they withdrew strongholds.
AnIrht.R.d nearly six million dollars by noon
day of publication here! . Betty A lO tV B n siis e
Hutton, we hear, is worth nearly a SYIX~s A lO tfor V B n sAns e Eisenhower Atyour table,usenly margarinlethat's pla~nf'
million slugs, and can't find a labeled Table-Grade." Tha's NU-MAID,
Ever H'wood house at any price. I mfreosh flavor.
Ever fehfae
Since Sallies in Our Alley: B F
cett, publisher (or, if you prefer, ~~.~
Tiny temgnt) yf
4nt sitcheeayshun in I{'wood. Alexis C'5'C:51'i'C .
Tots
Smith's new maid was all dolled'
uhe other day ready to accompa-
UINTUPLETS y Alexis to the studio. The actress politely reminded her that she 'y
always use this for was hired as a housemaid, not as a MARRIED 10 YEARS?
'Atpersonal attendant. To which the ~7 C~
gal, exldd!"u ohaswrppy, peppy and as full of vim and
HESTmadam. I only took the job so I vigor as the ay you were marred? Or,
VeTo Promptly Relieve Coughing couldimeet Errol Flynn." . Sun- han hak a oe i a an old
IF Make Breathing Easier man or ald woman? If you're always
sf Break Up Congestion in Upper gag No. 66543, to wit: "The cig tired out, fct loggy and run-down-your
Bronchial Tract, Nose, Throat famine has slowed the tobacco auc- system may be functioning under a vitationersdownto dral."min-mineral deficiency. Try the VitaWhenever the Quintuplets catch cold- Barbs 10 dry trcatment.-A special
their chests, throats and backs are im.2 c nti of estal iNorasan
imediately rubbed with Musterole. Ii Memos of a Midnighter: That MUST BB GOOD! efnn xlso
Musterole gives such prompt relie d ea ing back was Carole Lan- why married folks shouldn't be as pepreif i craig akat the Shuberts, .>py and romantic as the day they were
because it's more than just a "salve."
It's what so many Doctors and Nurses who scolded her for missing rehears- drug store.
call a modern counter-irrdant. Musterole als, etc. . Judy Garland has her S
not only relieves coughs, sore throats, heart set ALES C OPN
aching muscles due to chest colds but h musical
oelps break up congestion in upper and may not resume in H'wood for bronchial tract, nose and throat, a while. . Garbo is no longer a Musterole is wonderful for grown-ups,
toof And so much easier to apply thin ps, r H u rA
a mustard plaster. Ready for instant u a
-Just rub it on! "No fuss! No muss, looking pair at Gilmore's were the oith Musterole." Ronald Colmans (Benita Hume), Every state in the Union with a SPAR on duty in Washington, D. C.
IN 3 STRENGTHS: Childrens Md beari
Muserl3 SRNGTHS: Cidren'sa Mildn . That German ace (who is credi- was represented when the Sixth War Loan roll was called at U. S. coast This "hand packer" enlesar usteroleited by the Nazis with bringing down guard headquarters. More than 85 per cent of the enlisted SPARS through- al gunners and ammunition plant
S 102 Allied planes) was shot down by out the country bought bonds during the last war bond campaign, and test gunners to link ten at a time G 4F 6
an American, now back here. But hope to better this record during the Sixth Bond drive. In addition to into belts of any length, to help Cold Preparations as directed
I mustn't reveal his name. Why's individually signing uip for bonds, these Spars have aided materially in supply the ammunition needed by ______________N lthat? the campaign in drives conducted in Washington as well as other cities General Eisenhower and his fighti
where they are stationed. G troops in Europe. -Buy War Savigs BondsThe Late Watch: A 60-year-old fe -__________________________________ _______YOU AN' flU me rsoir owne hsias ain Is
























































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quality "nI purity guaranteed when you .When Billy Rose's "7 Lively buy St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest Arts" premieres it'll cost him one 11,111t00. DcmandiSt. JosephbAspirii. mill-and-a-1/4, including the fee for
___________________the Ziegfeld Theater. -. Broad- 'T E L F A C .T.
W:N'U-7 50-44 way's toughest detectives are looking for that louse who beat up a be- HOW SOME FOOD PRICES HAVE
ribboned Army officer in a hotel. 190 GONE UP SINCE 1939 DOCTORS
Cut his face to shreds with a broken RECO 144MMEND
glass. Beaverbrook, tisv say,
will invest 20 million to make Can. -THISiTONIC
ada the world's movie center. .
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planned marrying, she replied:d"I
lot act as Naure intended-fail to r- Newspapermen i New York hear
mvImuiies that, if retained, mayVI-aulA&D imm
n. the eem and upset the whole rumors about the OW pictorial servody mc Makin good-tastig Scott's EmulSymptoms may be nagging backache, ice. That it may be taken over by -tr uo dy th yeraoI;Nainlsr
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under the eyes-a feeling of nervous Socony will be the new Sponsor of t .u i
aniety ad ts of pep and strength. Info Please starting Feb. 12th. Same
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Areremmded by ratefulpepplelthe done some brig-time . Th 1939, despite price control, ceilings and general effort to equalize living Calif., one of the pilots of th fi country .,er. Aik ou, lseigh' Paris edition of the H-Trib goes to costs and wages. The new session of congress will see several bills B-29s to raid Tokyo, lanes- at a
press next week. presented to remedy the condition. Several bills areudy call for in- pan with general Hansell eortof the staff here N. creased wage for federal employees. ing that hits had set Toko are.







The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. Friday. December 15. 1944




-~ THE FACTS ON THE COFFEE SITUATION

Z., onA Statement by the Producing Countries

-iE---- F Wo.Ts- MR. GERGEc C. THIERBACH, Presidet
/ W.N.U. RE LEASE
THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorle Corey, National Coffee Assoiation
sa on I a hesm enho Iunderstand, Paul,"seai 120 Wall St., New York
who hates herself for being so meek, is which she had sat that morning to quietly. "Everything's finished Perrailroaded into taking a job she does not wrestle with her problem. haps it's best. I think we'd better Dear Mr. Thierbach:
want, helping Admiral Duncan write his
want hepingAdmral uncn wite is o bak nw."in view of the various reports that have appeared for some time In the press of this country'
memoirs. She is in love with Paul Dun- Paul did not sit down. He stood
can, the admiral's grandson. While near her, with his hands in his coat "Ah, yes-back to your lovely relative to both the supply and prices of coffee, and in view of recent statements from re.
aboard the steamship Samoa en rute to pockets. From that characteristic Nazis!" sponsible sources to the effect that the responsibility for the solution of these problems rests
Hawaii a hand is clamped over her posture, with one shoulder down a Halfway to the blacked-out lanai, with the producing countries, the Pan-American Coffee Bureau has decided to submit to you
mouth and she Is scooped up and tossed little, she knew what to expect, and Zone heard men's voices. They a clarification of the factors involved in the great crisis which now faces the coffee industry
Into the sea. She manages to catch hold
of a life ring some sailor tossed over- The wondered if he took that stance came from the of hn
board. On recovering from shock Zore when he was addressing his classes, box hedge that she and Paul were learns that Steve, Pau's handsome broth- "Zone," he said, "this evening about to pass. expressing any opinion or taking any position with respect to any of the war-time regulations
er, with whom she is infatuated, was has shown me exactly what I'll be Paul seized her wrist. He whisk' or restrictions imposed in the United States.
taken violently ill at the time she was up against when we're married. I've peered: "Keep quiet!" As a foreign agency the Bureau has rigorously refrained from direct or indirect interference
thrown off the boat. The admiral makes He pulled her close to the hedge. In any manner, in subjects concerning the internal economy and policies of this country.
theee watchingen yout andr studyin you Zonie saw several dim figures in This policy has been strictly adhered to, as can be testified to by the National Coffee Associathe announcement that Pearl Harbor is
bombed,.hoghyua
bme.all truhdinner-analyzing yo sthe starlit darkness beyond the tion and during recent years, so fraught with difficulties and problems for the coffee industry,
I've never bothered to analyze you hedge. Then she heard Steve's voice, the Bureau has concentrated on cooperating with the National Coffee Association, the various
before. I've had the pleasure of government agencies of the United States and the producing countries for removal of diffiCHAPTER XII watching you-the girl I'm going to "This war is apt to ruin everymarry day after tomorrow-staring thing," he said. His voice sounded culties, an early solution of existing problems, and faithful adherence to all war-time
It was the first time that she had continuously at another man, with thin. It sounded nervous. "There's e aons
exchanged more than a few words such adoration, such worship that it very apt to be trouble. I've spent
-with any of them since the night one nauseated me to watch it." most of the day at Kokee, looking able and cooperative attitude shown by the government, the trade and the public of this
of them had thrown her off the "Sa- Her sense of fear suddenly de- the ground aver. The only favor- Country towards the Bureau and the entities which the Bureau represents.
noa's"able factor is that they're working However, it does not seem to me to be necessary to deviate from our policy in order to su
nSe ternaae htal fte parted. With it went all of her old wihol -klto rw hyl mit a concise statement of facts as they affect the Coffee producing industry of the Western'
She became aware that all of them were under a strain. Mr. Lanning Zone got up. "Paul," she said be reinforced in a day or two. I Hemisphere.
drank his cocktails as fast as Steve softly, "I think you'd better stop. I we're to get in there, it will cerC would make them for him. By the think you don't quite realize what thinly have to be tonight." Following the outbreak of the European War, with its consequent closing of markets for about
time dinner was announced, he must you're saying. I think you had bet- Steve's voice hesitated. Zonie tried 10 million bags of coffee produced in Latin-America, the price of coffee already greatly dehave had seven or eight. Amber was ten be awfully careful, Paul" to see his face, but She could not, pressed because of a long period of over-production, because of abandonment by Brazil of the
nervous. Once, when she lit a ciga- "Briefly, the setup is easier than price support policy which it followed until 1937, and because of restrictive tariffs in various
rette, Zorie saw her hands shaking. said harshly. "I'm saying that expected," he went on. "JY-419 consuming counries-(colonial protection in Continental Europe and Imperial preference in
Something, Zorie guessed, was in ,Soetin, andonly Puled was un you're nothing but aua-oni there. It's being used every day, Canada and Great Britain) reached the lowest levels in history.
the wind, and only Paul was un- a n They're u g These disastrous levels, starvation prices if permitted to continue for any length of time would
aware of it. result w awar ruin fof the cf indstr of Lt- ec ao r
awer Wheneve s glace at him face! You were goofy-eyed. You od hookup for night-time listening." hoffe roltdcni contie coffethinstr misphere.ndieoomchosfohe1
her. Whenever she glanced at him,learned lie was looking at her with that puz- .1zj-._ one thing of vital importance. It Such a catastrophe would have resulted in deplorable social and political repercussions,
zled expression in his eyes. He would have opened the doors of the Americas to dangerous extremist ideologies which were
did not drink at all. When she had hudewile e a ay. moethat' fie making bold experiments in Europe and what is most important, would have cut off vitally
her second cocktail, she glanced athude misawy Tatsfv
hersecnd ockail sh glnce hundred miles better than I was told important markets in Latin-America for United States industries.
him. The old familiar expression of in Madrid." Price Set Below 30-Year Average
stern disapproval was about his "Why," another voice interrupted, eiling
mouth. "didn't it detect the bombers that Te Completion of the Intr-America Cffee Agreee in w hi ch th rUiedSae
Why, Zorie wondered, did he dis- it vered h alamity.'The cofee market Slowly recovered nd
approve of everything that was real- y?" The voice was so strained h m u t I t aeb oa
ly fun? She suddenly felt hopeless that Zone identified it, with dif, fac
about Paul. She wondered if they culty, as Winthrop Lanning's. I s be eat t th o bs for as
could e e wok ti g ou. S e" wcan e o u xpt meto have t he fa tha t the rpesn te a' pata re ovr f rot h l ti los afr e -mni newhc
coul eve work th ng out She'v hc te ce ta l r
saw Paul suddenly as one of the un- th aw y cno be taken a a fair basis of compso
ab ut th m aa j se pe pe thei~ dl t e i ta sd pt st h c

prole chld e gr w up. h di n 1 4
Eight ofve admtials guts wee fortunates he was always talking answered. "The old hookup would Whe ar-tme cItionIs made flnecssr price cot intis country, re coffe prices


attractive couples from various r t a l s r o
parts of the island. The ninth to C
arrive was a big man with iron- o e i time?
gray hair and a square ruddy face. His name, Basil Stromberg, meant \ ~ "thsntigt owt etn ihti akrud h rsn iuto a esmaie sflos
nothing to Zorie at first Then shee realled-the frlagmuset o l con ea ha"' tve answeed t. is rrenin accptbl othe rilswicfe producer ,i s imprt tc,all roese substantial brewerpien 194L



rcaled thelfragen of cov ersa- not hav ben some cre
tion she had overheard between copc se e caie ti glncrased cost f coeerdton.
Stevee ande thehre admiralnin the garden30yers
-atveanthve admle ino thvardeu th weih atenguessabetwen eighty Btfte prices oftff continue frozen on a94 basis dy a hnd hrfoe cofeeprduer



that morning, with Steve saying, "I
donp ian a smamln wi comslong as you get Basil Stromberg." tce fotherg equint
Zore sat down beside Paul and T re only a small plain padlock
asked him who Stromberg was, on the o.o b) this ate s is alre resultin in the abandoetaill a n iloo
"He's the manager of one of the big- Sthe prere of Paul's in cfe tree s u t t-eriaan i h inureaeqate ly reforcand
lantationsd onetheiad. Ietsup- comacs heeon-Zone' writ Hehad intinlplntration cstl incof production.tistuioisplngdheewlbea



S he's just another Nazi, although no doubuttae cos of te coffee in of Lati ea.
tht orinwih tee ain, In el thnded trorns tt had Asin ath ares tiaed t hdcoe dand fo mieat cotton, and gra otsin, any r produ esv



I never suspected it before." gone trou here as ben- A and p re est n isater
Pauly s ged nlg to Sreae ll waeveis man
aule si hrugd "Wel, sv o this wasr. Stee' "eydnr-Tries stated by their wtis aledeutmporarytdemaandomn wil cease on and hiillieas the
"ems toe prefer Nais Ite oo to ous- gae-psueon with' these slyof teorryincomeoferediformerce producter whosue itquatewll te bae desprated


me as if he's turning Uluwehi into a s s t people to rob hi o u
Nazi hotbed." oe saw dim f in t ratry o as re and v e pa Pe se t oe in of Conriean
"Ae hese utaother pepNazis? litoug dakesbyndtehde dect devicte trmo tahdAthe parn psei ty i the cfeen poroducing country, an gappearance proersn froe
I nrsste ow I'm re. aon strangerh a ein on tmoayad rcros opnain nriig ateadgrwn te
Sdon't know I'rastanerAl e uly haul thsmatl exicsti favorable intenationa tae aanes iesoaiuoan frlalprdyumisleing Shcuch
heeaylf aishranAm"erica weeg-atusttere, j S h bou Steves toetery wihaller balaes esut soy fwro, thestmpoairiy ofebuyng, winl wctese counihtrisfinde the


citizen. He was born on Kauai-of do ug g s of wih she sl selves, frome ossbiit of ob ns t production necessafo
int cat iv iti n l o a-esnd opobtainin m othe essntries-of lis
Gan atre. He wahs eated "Paul-" ne him were tn hi v impose by the woe pls
"Ar G eermn andhe pendlon va-s? lt mkes finis, he snped. nowtin deieagrlturalrand intria machinery rroad caunrils, aprai, trucsultifombls
"aIon't there. I' eiv hesrbnen APaul t'hwrigyo.Iwnt e angrea thga l padoad electicgfaal l qipmnterain l tend lnot s pr ismt imort end parel paseitherSnew


there quite recently, Shall I ask let you or any other ma say sc whrry the cabinet ou. orusd
him? thigs aout e." Wai a mnute" anthervoicvNo, frthe iryomodesiindustriaoplantsno the isrcountis, thei airoadtonnssystm fof
ciie.He"Ybrno aaio roll lvert m hat Irtero havel t e interrutdinds one ricogzed itel thera anotavtin, hfoianing oequipmenta agrticlral, fe indurstridtransr
Gr"Paul-please!" eion e war anpot faiities coasalorinterior, alry iientibesr


it met and a sestion af Pu rieits s s as Pires "Howta are todbeatutrifu ofcle, and the oepcs ra tio touge
caihnme thee Iqui e of'a betfu ZoeP at domwnaino. He con-t doWe gaetakuto that liglck ofd elcricleplacements ofen didot' aequatthem imteenandre parts etee
ladye it ringin ly -comm and ltnu irn other m san suh ar y ot? e Wo nt hs etib hot- ohr s es esnfteitn aacswihwlvprtntedytewr


Zonie realized that Paul was furl- shameles adortio of S .a d t e ertos imdthe puaes of te ri ar rod sbles ar
ous about something, and suppress- "o t te flowers inyo "robably,"dSteve a need it atanotint to roteu agricultural industrial n trepai
ing it only with an effort. She had h E i p o t l a s d l te a c b e si e t v a u
looked forward to this dinner party, ginge flwesin yit is ioss ieTe'sh in th adqae tant e adrepas
to pretending she was the princess be ern hmlk oysm hc Y49i okdu swti
of Uluwehi; but now that it wasboSe t gat, S e on- ft feet o t of the laau l o cese Nedednua oaient a Cp
hereo oko t I m ente ee o the msal Aaul' dis-creseiinicffeces ht ti enoa in prodi the bilhere sheasierable. Pauls di- dhaerflepus gdrin fowers ing you lhdwionstfcoets i inmetericascen tof paeiarevn eoomic run inlathes aru


approval and the tension sh ssensed hair a yo m lt.eYo go "ca on. tese atsthatdpost countries, sufficient to avoidte of alual ars industries o te Uie
in Steve w wre spoiling everything. I was, se s upp s, ie ite won' expet an tofcome up tae wouldin cose a f thepuic bec itoul eesnt, at
It was a pity, because it might Out o ws gu heitter-uove tht edge. Tot, aout intofacen n tecost
have been a delightful dinner party. neitha the d ke a up "Bt is i humanl pssi Pncrease by aboua
Dinner was served by four pretty sine t ming oer iscu r rok en eg cea day.
Japanese girls who wore beautiful si ond Sh realize th truh yes. There's a o gat traio, A cowr Prodtion Affet S. coffe me
kimonas and obis and resembled -Pau cu not take it. He ha now Un
ianesereolsoln S e vtcedythemg cr ae uneshe strasdinevihale im wsdasbyon't fxetayoet oret up aes womredjutei not madttu e a n unrfiefortune uation cmitaie hc wouldreesnath
Iurious an oiybeve how mask- posed on himsef is sictue hader ko ver yho that country West prevet o sturb i the efo of a coffee tothhAeia meaket jthat a tinsmer when
cunriul wand served h owr maetysk- eta onn fthi ics bok n,2atady

like their young Oriental faces were. been a pretense, his ardor a sham, can slip in and out past the sentry." the shipping situation is such as to permit an ample supply of the product for United
Paul had said if she knew what He did not, she realized, love her. "How?" Pierr6 asked dubiously. Coffeeds c
these young Japanese were thinking Not at this moment. In the morn- "It has been raining in the moun. production when the abandonment of plantations and the neglect of adequate cultivar.
these days, she would run for her ng he might, but not now. He hat- tains for two days and nights. It on of those which are still in production has already reduced the yield of coffee in life. It was hand to believe. ed her for revolting against his Vic- was raining steadily up there all some countries, and will reduce it even more in the coming crops due to the fact that
There were flowers in the center of torianism. He hated her because day. Don't forget that this is our neglect of the plantations for one year results in a reduced production which takes at
the long koa table that made it diffi- she had refused to be disciplined rainy season. We can safely count least 3 return to original yield.
cult for her to see Paul. She could and dominated. It was really a on rain tonight."
see all of Steve's face. He was be- simple as that. "But if it isn't raining?" Mr. Lan. duced by mor than 50% the last two crops.
ing amusing and charming, but he "I can't go through with it," Paul ning asked. Coffee Growers Unable to Take Further Losses
wasn't fooling Zorie. Something was said. "I want to be released from "Then we will overpower the seW
happening under the surface and reduce without suffering economic losses under present conditions, on the other hand, it was taking the most elaborate pains Any other time, Paul's outburst "That is very, very risky!" is only logical that the producers, so badly squeezed for some time past, will not be
to prove that nothing was happen- might have been justified-a little "The whole job is risky," Steve 9ble to sell in 1945 at 1941 prices.
ing. justified, although nothing she had said impatiently. "It always has
When dinner was over, they re- ever done, except In her innermost been. The fact that the war is on Would Rationing Be a Solution?
turned to the lanal under the big thoughts, could have justified this, doubles the risk. But that is not my It Is our considered opinion that rationing would not be a Solution because It would not
banyan tree for coffee and brandy. "I understand," she said gently, worry, Winthrop. With these blue permit the restoration of plantations already abandoned Or being abandoned, thus adversely
Zone sat down beside the admiral. in spite of the ugly things he had headlights and with occasional halts affecting the producers the trade and the consumer.
When they had finished coffee, Paul said, she was sorry for Paul. To- by the Provisional Police, it will take Is
said: "Shall we take a little stroll? morrow, if she knew Paul, he would an hour to drive as far as we can We won't be missed." humble himself, would plead for her safely go. It will take us fully three Bureau isthe ravetit ai of temncfe wh ihweigh ovdinerprtb the at n-American rodu erswh
He was furious about something. forgiveness. Yet, even tomorrow, hours to follow that old trail to the Berieu thervio o fro m ce ic eih over the roserimo tersbroeran rdbuers iwhe
His eyes had that familiar narrow- he might realize that things, after listening post, to get in, secure J Unite tes whodaloi coffee over the public ichohs m ad itsifatorite
ness and his mouth its well-knownto the car That rage, can hardly be exaggerated.
thinness. He disapproved of the hoped he would, She hoped this will bring the time to three o'clock, In conclusion, may I express to you personally and on behalf of the countries represented
star-sapphire dress. Doubtless, he was the end, if we leave here at eleven, They by the Bureau our great appreciation for the cooperation offered ait all times to the Bureau by)
disapproved of other things, too. She "You're free," Paul said waspish- will discover that JY-419 is gone wondered, in a little flurry of panic, ly. "You're free to do whatever you by six at the latest. The navy will just what she'd done to make him wish, to marry anybody you please." tear this Island apart looking for it, so angry. To marry anybody she 'pleased! Don't forget that this island is under EURICO PENTEADO
She hoped he wouldn't be too That, in his mind, meant Steve, As martial law and that JY419 is as Chairman of the Board of Directors
harsh with her. if she had merely to mention to vital a war secret as the famous of the Pan-American Coffee Bureau
They had taken hardly a dozen Steve that she was now free to be bombsight."
steps when he pulled his arm away. his-and he would clasp her in his "I won't," Mr. Lanning said dry. The following countries are members if the lBureau, whore headquarters wre at 120 Wall St., New Y.4:
He was taking her toward the iron- arms, to have and to hold, forever! yy. BRAZIL COLOMBIA COSTA RICA CUBA DOMINICAN REPUBLIC EL SALVADOR MECO VENEZUELA
wood arbor on the beach. Perhaps, in one sense, Paul was "I'm certain that we can get in
"What-what is it, Paul?" Zone right. Certainly, a large part of there and get out with it," Stev
asked. Seesatato a hscl h otne."u htwl ed
"I want to have a talk with you," could not recall ever being attracted with it? It is very much like a pla PI Paul answered. "But not just yet. so strongly to Paul. in a football game. We will have
I want to think a little." Anyway, she would not have to the ball, but we won't dare keep it. W&L c5 .aA. NomdL and fam / &
When they reached the arbor, Zor- marry Paul. She had escaped! We must pass it as quickly an we
le's eyes were growing used to the Zone was aware of a sense of can into safer, stronger hands." starlight. She found a bench and soaring relief, (TO t mE CONTINUED)








FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDIAY, DECEMBER 15, 1941

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Established 1869 W. C. Simpson, in Monticello. A azines taken through the Church Testament of Rutherford B. Shuman,
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION native of Alabama, Mrs. Alligood had Periodical Club. Mrs. Ethel Carter, deceased. b4
Established 1873 made her home with Mrs. Simpson Phone 51-R. D8tfec N-S-m. 2 An individual Christmas gift is
Changed to since the death of her husband at --- ~- _~__^~__^ ^^ .waiting for you at my shop.
MONTICELLOOchlocknee, Ga., the family home, in HOUSE for rent; 5 rooms; 2 miles NOTI O APPLICA
O January, 1944. out. H. K. Miller. FOR DISCHARItE Stop by for it next week. The
KEATHLEY BOWDEN In County Judge's Court. Jefferson 0
Editor Funeral services were conducted GIVE a new or renewal magazine County, Florlda. shop will stay open Thursday afterTuesday afternoon at two o'clock at subscription for Christmas Church Ta WHO1 IoTad CarroNl deceased. Entered at Monticello Post Office the Harmony Baptist Church, near Periodical Club, Mrs. Ethel Carter. It Notice is hereby given that I have 110011.
as Mail matter of the Second Class Pelham, Ga., with Rev. Allen, of Nor- filettiy final report as Administrator
man Park, Ga., assisted by Rev. Day- NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION ceased; that I have filed my Petition BF
in accordance with resolutions of the ply to the Honorable Thomas B. Bird, *
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION the services. Interment was in Har- Town Council passed December 5th County Judge, of Jefferson County .rrCESs B uop
News Building Dogwood Street mony Church Cemetery. 1944 instructing me to call the Munici- Florida at his office in the Court House A P n s B ut h
I pal Election for the Town Officers for at Monticello, Florida on the 9th day Pallbearers, all grandsons of the 1945, 1 hereby call said election to be of January, A. D. 1945. for approval of SUBSCRIPTION RATES deceased, were Cecil B. Simpson, held on the 8th day of January 1945, thi same arnd for finaltdischarge as AdOn er--------$.0the same being the 2nd Monday. mnistrator of the estate of Roland J. 4~~ **A*S*~~
One Year---------------$2.00 Reimer E. Simpson, S/Sgt. Julius C. The registration book is hereby or- Carroll, deceased.December,_A._D.1944.
Six Months ------------- 1.00 dered opened by the Town Clerk in 'hey Dated this Stib of Deembe. A.D. 1944.
Three Months ------------- Simpson, Woodrow W. Alligood, Hew- office on the 26th day of December A. FRED CARROLL, .d o.*
re5 el Alliood, Thomas B. Alligood and D. 1944 and kept open until the 5th day Administrator of the estate of Roland of January A. 1D. 19435, both days in- J. Carroll, deceased. Charles C. Beckum. elusive. No. 23. Dec. 8, 15, 22, 29.
MORE CHRISTMAS SWEETS Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Id for Mayor Town Clerk atid Tress SH OP TALK
W. C. Simpson, Monticello; Mrs. Car- Firer, Town Marshal and TaxI oletr, By Anna Mae Sikes ro Beckum, Dade City, Fla.; Mrs. Ta Are ss Ma hale fooector, -membs of Through the Florist Telegraph Delivery Soldier's
Extension Nutrition Specialist Wit. S. Hart, Kansas City Missouri; who shall bold office for t yeasad Exchange we handle flower orders for soldiers on the
In their plans for cakes and candies Mrs J N Butler Pinewood, C vembr tof e Democrati H A R R E L L fighting fronts.
Mrs J.N. utlr, maiood S. Cu i Crmmtte whhall hold effie H A RE L Thes forest roiy eas ti h
during the Christmas season, many and four sons, W. C. Alligood, Thom- for two years. These orders take priority because it is the only
home-makers will be interested in the T.c fl yn ntn I TRANSFER & STORAGE means these boys have of sending Christmas gifts to
homemakrs illbe iterste intheasville; J. C. Alligood, Ochiocknee, Clerk are hereby appointed to hold Ori three recipes we are giving today Ga.; T. B. Alligood, Panama City, ondu ai tio T Local and Long Distance
G.T.B liodPaaaCtDonald. Mrs. John Cook. C. I, Jones. c ldLn Dsac oe ns
The first recipe, for Christmas Cherry Fla.; B. M. Alligood, Metcalf, Ga. inspectors, and T. Gl. Bishop, Clerk. We operate in Fla., Ga We urge our customers to order Christmas flowers
Cake, comes from Mrs. J. R. Hunter Surviving also are 26 grandchildren RICHARD H. SIMPSON an M .*, early, as flowers are the scarcest we have ever known.
of Tallahassee. an tenur gra-rndhlrn No. 24n. Dec 8-1222 Jan
lhastd te great-grandchildren. NC er Cak 812- Modern Equipment We expect to have an adequate supply but EARLY
Christmas Cherry Cake ORDERING IS A NECESSITY.
Ingredients: 1 cup of fat (butter NOTICE TO CREDITORS Every Load Insured
or 1/2 cup butter andl/2 cup mar- Blacklee Melon- (1933 PRORA'E ACT, SECS. 119, 1 Of'ice Phone 1009 Gelling's Flower & Gift Shop
gare), 4 eggs, 2 1-2 to 4 teaspoons In the Court of the County Judge, Residence Phone 2029
-- .efferlion Cuountiy, Fl,mridlt, New War'ehouse 633 W.Gie
baking powder, 1 medium size bottle ie r page 1) icr e u 1ers n N. Gaines Telephone 116-R Monticello.
Marachino cherries (save juice for (continued To All Creditors and persons 1-laving T.llahassee, Telephone. R. o
part of liquid), 1/3 cup undiluted claims or Demands Against Said
extends to within 1-2 to 3-4 inch of i'state.
evaporated milk, 2 cups sugar, 3 cups the outside. 'Ihe seed are jet black You and cal of you are helehy sifted soft wheat flour' (cake or all- notified slid required to ri1esent any
when the melon is cut, and the rich c. Ils 9,d demands which vou.,,o purpose flour), 2 cups choppedpecans color of the flesh is intensified by wither of you, iiay have against the colo ofthefles isintnsifed yestate o-f Mrs. Aicileea Maiewski. (toasted slightly with a little butter contrast with the black seed. After noecased late of said County,, to the floured with 1 cup of flour called for dryin the seed are stippled black Conty .uale or .leff,'sin county FloTida, at his office in the court house
in recipe). and brown. The flesh is solid, fine of sainI CoIuity at \lonticll, Marid(g
Directions: Cream fat until soft textured, and free of stringiness. within eight calendar months flom I1 e an ad inl ganlae sga, tr- time of lhe fl- irpblilelin, of thI,
and add finely granulated sugar, sti Sugar content is relatively high and nolioe. Each (itnim or demand hl h ring gradually until mixture is light the quality is excellent. Solidity of Ince and shall stt th e ae of
and~ ~ ~ ~ egufy Cotiu crain ndidence atllnd pot offlioo address of.
and fluffy. Continue creaming *an the melon causes its weight to be tI, cshimant, and shall he sworn to by add well beaten eggs slowly and one somewhat deceptive even to expert 'Ihe cla ant, hi iaglemn :tterns at a time. Add sifted dry ingredients watermelon growers and handlers filnd sucall be void (2 cups flour and the baking powder) who are not familiar with this feat- AsMX a n BITNtSZt
A niinistrat,,'- of th, ',eslte or
and milk and cherry juice, alternately ure of the Blacklee. chailena Maiewskl. deceased.
a little milk and then a little cherry Firit tolublicatio November 24th., 1944.
juice. Beat in dry ingredients, stir Since the supply of pure Blaclee No. 21--No 24 De 1-8-1. in liquid, with first and last additions seed was small when the variety was being dry ingredients, released by the Experiment Station N:OTICE
Fold in floured toasted nuts. A during the late summer e aS Jefferon County, Floridao Drecemlbs WOODEN
whole cherries last. Pour batter into of 1942, a very limited supply of seed 6th, 194C 4 bt rg
lightly greasedSecion 9s ofl Chanht 5296. anotU N OL
lightly greased funnel or angel cake was produced in 1943 and made avail toscios lc n tr tGp9 r Ns
pan and bake in moderate oven (325 able to growers for planting in 1944. 1Muorih. Act, tif 19l, oind as the degrees Farenheit) for 1 hour or until The seed supply has been further and in .efferson Couwnty. Florida, will multiplied this year, and sufficient be offered for sale at public outcry foz $1
it can pass cake test- the highest aiid best cash hid. souhjct 1
Cake test: Fully baked, cake shrinks seed should be available to plant a trnl righrnt the TtusoM siotf the Infrom pan sides and springs back any and all bids, at the Courthouse,
when touched lightly with the finger. Blacklee the coming season. agli ning at 100 n'lc tA .d. on
If finger leaves depression, cake is ~ he th, d ri oTJanuary n4 E sDmenit for rad ight of waly -'In feLt not done. Another test is to insert 1/2 cup cold water, 1/4 cup hot wide will he reserved from any atrce clean wooden toothpick into middle, water, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup honey, 1/4 -tate Road and as to land ,0o i miotCD and if no batter adheres to it when teaspoon salt, 1/2 cup orange juice, 'ct, of o a or more. title ti ,,F CRADLES
pulled out, cake is done. 3 tablespoons lemon juice, green col- f other minerals will be reserved,
oring and mint flavoring or red color- Descr ip nues sec. Twp. RS. Acres.
Ani here are a couple of candy ing and almond flavoring and 1 cup T O r T14 S9 $1298
recipes: finely chopped nuts. STAT 1 1D FROM $ 29.
reips Dy 'l, II. S111' ,O
Honey Pecans Soften gelatin in the cold water for gent
Ingredients: 1/4 cup honey, 2 cups 5 minutes. Bring hot water, sugar, o. 25. Decn 8. FROM . ARMY TANK
Ingedints 1/4O cuphoey Dec, FRM71AR Y T N
nuts, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla, 1 cups and honey to boiling point. Add salt sugar, and 1/2 cup water. and gelatin, stir until gelatin dis- NOTIlC TO CRUIRTORs PA N T
Boil honey, sugar and water until solves, and simmer 20 minutes. Re- BAGMETS SET
it forms a soft ball in water. Add move from fire and when cool add In the Court of the County Judge, BAG
dJefferson County. Florldu* OFT
vanilla and nuts and stir Pick nuts orange and lemon juice, coloring, and n Etaeo n Pria.eOF
apart and allow to cool. flavoring. Stir in nuts and allow mix- Rutherford B. human, Deceased.
Turkish Paste ture to stand until it begins to thick- All CediorDs and Persons HSavidL
Ingredients: 5 tablespoons gelatin, en. Stir again before pouring into Estated: ca
StrYOU and each of you are hoeeyd______________a wet pan. Have layer of paste about otified and required to present any an inch thick. Let stand overnight laims and demands which you, or ither of you, may ha.ve against the U
in a cool place. Dip sharp knife into state of Rutherford B. Shuman. deRTiHERinlE ~boiling water, cut candy into cubes, ceasetd, lte of saideCounnty Countt C L A
and roll in powdered sugar. Florida, at his office in the court house C L A Y
of said County at Monticello. Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
ine of the first publication of ths ST
notice Fach claim or demand shall be
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BRASWELL'S Offers Practical Things For Christmas Of course, Wise motorists appreciate the adOklahoma Raiders Giving-Or For Your Own Use. ntag e ing on tBrunswicks" and will
Te itr uz ngtwant toinvest their cer tificates where they are //I
TexIDERSr OFu K t T"MEN'S & BOYS' Pants-for dress or work. Work Shirts- assured of SERVICE! "Brunswicks" are na"RAIDERS OF GHOST CITY" IW~
-Last Chapter Hats-Sweaters-Dress Suits-Bath Robes-Tes-Sox-,- tionally known for quality and our prices are
CARTOON Handkerchiefs-Belts-Suspenders-Work and Dress Shoes considerably lower than ceiling.
.__ _Nice line Jackets-leather and others. NOTE O LRC/
NOTE OUR LOW PRICES
LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE LADIES' Slips-Gowns- House Coats-Bedroom SlippersBRING YOUR HOGS Sweaters--Skirts- Blouses-Hose-Long Coats-Jackets 4.75-5.00-19 $10.20
5.25-5.50-18 $12.20
CHILDREN'S Pajamas-Bath Robes-Baby Blankets- 5.25-5.50-17
ANT) CATTLE TO Sweaters-Long Coats-Hoods. 6.25-6.50-16 $17.706.00-16
MONTICELLO STOCK YARD R Also- BEDSPREADS BLANKETS SUITCASES 60
Auction every Monday, and get Clous
highest market prices. Sale Tobacco CsExse
starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock
Yards. J. M. Hawkins, Mgr. pyg) V.F
T. S. BRAS WELL HERE IT COSTS LESS"
._________*_________*________E. F. RIDGEWA4Y, Owner









FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1944 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FIVE

Mrs. W. W. Bassett, Jr., and small CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH METHODIST CIRCLE MEETING CHURCH OF CHRIST
daughter, Lucy Lee, are leaving to- Meets at Womans Club
dayfo tei hmein mailaFlr-The Mary Bailey ioioan Circle of ___day for their home in Umatilla, Flor- A midnight Christmas eve service 'the Methodist church met at the S lida, after spending six weeks with Sunday Bible School 11 A. M.
SocI A ctlv ties Major Bassett's family here. will be held at 11:30 o'clock. Carols home of the sponsor, Mrs. DeWittSun ibleoSh 73 M.
VI wilb sung and the public is cordial- ruder Monday evening. The Circle Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.
members drove to several homes in Thursday, Midweek Service 8 P. M.
Among the business visitors in l invited to attend. There will Monticello, singing carols, and later You are cordially invited to attend Monticello this week :as A. RDo-no Christmas Day service. enjoyed refreshments and a social these services.
Mrs. E. S. Blair spent Monday in Julius Goldberg is on a business bin of Atlanta, Ga. The Rev. E. L. Baxter, Rector. hour at the Kuder home. Dec. 15-29.
Jacksonville. trip to New York this week.

E. S. Blair has returned from a Mrs. B. L. Yon has returned from a visit with his brother in West Palm visit with relatives in Meridian, Mis.Beach. sissippi.
Beah.sisip~0 Have a "Coke"-. Merry Christmas

Mrs. C. C. Leggett and Mrs. Clin- Mrs. D. H. Mays, Jr., and her son, ton VanCleef were shopping in Talla- Airey Mays, of Thomasville, Ga., hassee, Monday. were visitors here Saturday. ___ 7 J%

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Armstrong of. A. ra left recently forof
Madison spent Thursday with Mr. New York where he reported for duty ;'3'-1
and Mrs, S. T. Cooksey. with the Merchant Marine. 17 I

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kilam of Tal- Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lloyd had as lahassee visited Mr. and Mrs. Clinton recent guests the latter's brother, Ai
VanCleef, Monday evening. Lowrie, of NF,
______. ILS 1 Ef I

Mrs. James Eppes returned Monday from Houston, Tex., where Bill Miller, of Houston, Tex., is
visited her husband, S 2/c James visiting and
Eppes. Mrs. H. K. Miller, in their home on I
_________ the Grooverville road., > 7 f '
Mrs. Hines Finlayson and her /
daugter, Mrs. Fred Boyd, of Glen- Gd
dower Plantation spent Monday in his home in Houston, Texas, after a Monticello. three weeks' visit with his parents,
_____ ~~Mr. anid Mrs. H. K. Miller. '.b-\ "z
Mrs. Geo. L. McGwigan, who has X
been visiting her father, Sam Cook- Claudies (B) Pope is recuperating sey, returned Thursday to her home in his home on North Jefferson street in Durham, N. C. following a week's illness in Archbold

Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dixon who
make their home near Monticello, Howard L. Kenney, who has been
announce the birth of a son, James a patient in Archbold Memorial Hol ptlfrthe past two months, reCleveland on Friday, December 8.

Mr. and Mrs. Levon Leggett and keenah Street, small son, Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Archie
McIntosh of Dothan, Ala., were the T. W. Human and Thomas Green week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs C. spent Sunday and Monday in At
C. Leggett. atonbsns.Teecutrd
_______the cold wave and left Atlanta while The spirit of good will rules the Christmas season. It's a time to get together
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schenk of snow was falling. Georgetown4 S. C., arrived Thursday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Catherine Stimson will leave ness and friendliness is at its peak. In such an atmosphere Coca-Cola belongs,
Joe R. Hughes in their home at El today for her home i West Pale Destino Plantation. Beach where she will spend the
______Christmas holidays with her parents, I three words Have a "Coe",-three words that express a friendly spirit the
Mrs. Harold P. Deklie and little son, Mr. and Mrs. Stimson.
Pat, of Savannah Ga,, arrived Wed-whlyer'on.YsCoaClantepaetatefsi revrdy
Pesat, oSan nahlGa.,teg ed Wed-rs Mr. and Mrs. Henry Searcy, Jr., symbols of a way of living that takes friendliness for granted. '"Coke Coca-Cola
nesday an wil be t s of M. and small son, Buddy, have returned It's natural for popular names
Dekle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.to their home i Melbourne after BOTTLED UNR AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY to acquire friendly abbrevia
Clark until after Christmas. tos htswyyuha
I___ spending the Thanksgiving holidays tos htswyyuha
Frn 01 .S nier here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 140ATICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CciMP l oaioacald"Ck"
Frank Cothern, U. S. Engineer, D .My n r n r.H
working under the supervision of the e M and Mr. C-C Mrs.H.
Jacksonville office, was a visitor
in Monticello Wednesday, enroute to j Tampa from Panama City.

TM3 Louis DMWitt Eder, who has
been stationtt for three years is
England and France, is at home forl
a tenl day furlough with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt KuderL
Miliary cadmy, ainsvile, a.,e erianna.t i d e te d a r .


























Cadet Billy Williams, of Riverside

is expected to arrive the early partA of next week to spend the Christmas
holidays with his Parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Williams.

Staff Sgt. and Mrs. William Clark W
and small son, William, Jr, who have been visiting the former's parents,hi M r. a n d M rs R E C la rk le ft re c e n t- a d .a K .a oMil l e ly for Drew Field, Tampa, where turn a~: couple switches, adgo
Sgt. Clark will be stationed. off and leave it for hours, knowing

inia when they'd come back the d have for e d andkPr of.nes i A
meeting of school officials of thisT section, which was held in Madison,h Friday. At that time an organizatioH
knpitaas the North Florida Conferth
turfo adr.n to have to stand over the keena Street.ol sov


























was chosen vice-president, htadsoe l tv

Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Bo land re every minute and how
ed Tuesday from Miami where the Aathey'd ad to worry and
former attended to business interests. fret, the coal or
Enl route they stopped at Fort Pierce -adn
_hecoldldn'tndleevenlnthavil


























to visit their son-in-law and daughter ewood so theyd keep the
Lt. (.g.) and Mrs. R. K. Brown and
Beachea wher she will speneth

























infant granddaughter, Clettah Edna.p an small snBd be sure the food
Miss Betsy Bird of Florida State ft I
College for W omen spent the week h ld aysl t r w t B
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 5he changed witt teose epeaetic ran
Preston Bird at Drifton. Accom-r we have
paying her were two college-mates, to oda
Miss Hee n Campbell of DeFuniak Andog understand that after the war
Springs and Miss Dotty Mims of Fort
threerdale. wthere'll be more improvements symbolseofrmer's ofeliving.thattoingkes wifthutn s fre, ga te dn
Mrs. WDR M. AUTHORITY TheyFwsl beC OA MNB


joied heesdby fmis Marueit coro t or pie an co biaon we
Ala., wo willd also spendsthes holidays denn itotenin tre ove
ath hme ligt aIsnarls ad po er
Mrs W.M.Scrggs Tey illbeI ,l V9 ne a tomatcuiea frind abbreva






























convn ce lktio . Yesat ou ea
joinocaCol calle "Coke".agueit




been, statone fillorsen there yearsain
Eand aom d lrance isd atun homeal forohe




























The Misses Mary Shelly Carr,
Nell Hawkins, Betsy Bird, Wilhel- never thought I'd see the day Minary Anderson, Carolyn Patterson,
Boots Utley, Marianne Morris and btImsr ldIwl e htti
Carolyn Floyd, students at the Flor- new electronic age Wil bring.
ida State College for Women in Tal
lahassee, will arrive Saturday to
spend the Christmas holidays in
their respective homes.

Miss Marianne Morris, a student DDY Kr[WkT at F.SC.W., Tallahassee, spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. G. Morris. She spent the weekend in Gainesville, where as guest of
Jack Barker, Sigma Epsilon
Fraternity, she attended the Annual
Fall Frolics t the University of this
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The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. V,'ignv. Docernber 15. 1944



This Junper-Frock U IOM IR N TO A Skiing as a Sport

A4 Figure-Flatterer
F rNDAY Although skis have been used as
Sttracte e oean of travel, especially by
UseOOL noefor at least 4,000 years



















Xhus is includedd in th pattern.
f8 By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D omesvi
i.0The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago age now in the Nordiska museum
Released by Western Newspaper Union.






















sn Stockholmwsiingtdidcnotabe come a sport, even in the ScandiPatr No. .Size.de a un
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For Jofu Coug
This splendi sport did not become
Lesson subjects and Scripture tets seo popular in the United States until BUY AR BONDS
elected and copyrighted by International after 1920.
Council of Religious Education; used by
permission.
CHRISTIAN LIVING AT ITS BEST s w
LESSON TEXT-Galatians 5:22 6:10.
GOLDEN TEXT-if we live in the Spirit,
Ie us also walk In the spirit.-Gagatlar
5:25. weM ighty Gssotiaefeto
Life and profession must be in ac
cord. To follow Christ means more
than embracing a creed, r flowing y
so y ritual; it calls for daily liv




























Put, the. Pie into aoitfotl n
the highest type.
Herein Christianity differs from m
*~~~~,* ~ ~ ~ all other religions. It is a living "h rm r ra od"
faith in a living Lord-which prod vrKellogg's Corn Flakes bring you
its Spiital 5 a nearly all the protective food elements
1.Siiul(Gal. 5:22-26). of the whole grain declared essential CU A
The Christian receives his new life to human nutrition.
through the ministering of the Holy
Sii.Since that is true, "let us
jumper~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~as wal byn g the Spirit" (v. 25). Ev -______________________hold ocogs of God (not just a few, as
some suppose) is to live this kind of
JuprF WIsiiulyfruitful life. 4~ .
Theosenssof the flesh, horrible in r

IMta r ever ae.gThis their wickedness and lust, are listed th e 1
A tterervermodel y h as e ra Tso Roast Pork Rings inaMerry Christmas in verses 19-21, and then by striking HM-'























atai e e assages.dMoney refunded itAie aers and trim waist to give you (See Recipes Below) contrast we have the fruit of the
HostpopularnewT-squarelook. Spirit in the life of the Christian.way.
Lbat~Yuetd poulrneansuaelok Note the distinction: work is someUlse novelty buttons for the clever YueiePasChristmas Dinner. thing we produce; fruit is something Tsete adFes XR iaIII


shoulder treatment and side-but- Christian ndte et fCaneryFui u thaat thews. lt iich thons ellWlbl'e~

Merry Christmas an thetl bestre ofetd Crentingy Frui Cup Walking in the Spirit the Crsinthe only least, t hs U~titB~I
rzia closin.de A n satly ptilred Yltdegetng.oyu *Crown Roast of Pork finds in his life the inward graces RAIg,,It4fl"Sayes
bloseisincudd n te ater. Critms hs lwys eeedtoJulienne Carrots and of love, joy, and peace. These then I cok~'e Ua, water
Pattern No. 8712 comes in sizes 11. 12, me one of the most interesting sea- Green Beans express themselves outwardly in I/ CUP To ulaje1 flour
MS I4. 18 and 18l. Size 12, jumper, requires sons of the year2egs M1 yards of 54 Inch material; blouse, as far as food Is Candied Sweet Potatoes long suffering, kindness, goodness, 2 cupe salt~ 2 eUPS, afe o
rhr levs % ad o 5o a nh ocred tsCinnamon Apples faithfulness, meekness, and self-con- I IatS~ po C soreinPColSw d
fltra.then that you can *PotaRolIl Th Spirit-filledma isnt2ru s.oal li 0
bring Grapefruit and Jo a toly Th mand iahelv s n got depoi a e~to UewUbM
onlyg good th es sore Rlsesad a ifftrs

SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPTN CU Dl M Ter t 3
530 South Wells St. Chicago recipes for your A Boreeihsage8e frkw~eaeed e
Enls 5cnsi on o ah favorite foods and *Mi eerge Cak Ill. Gentle (Gal. 6:1). et; LO. r ea 35
Pattern Sdesired. put on the best *einemgieatFri. Ck Christiantity is not harsh and un- i'cV eu we
feastsyour table Dealerohas Pattern No .size .Reci. given, forgvin toward onah a O~ ~l
has seen. N.ned. Certainly there can be noth- Jn Name. Your choice of Suggestion 11. Make a spinach ling but stern condemnation of conAddress. meat may be roast pork, roast beef souffle in a ring mold and serve tinted, flagrant, impenitent sinning.
with Yorkshire pudding, or one of creamed mushrooms in center aid But toward the one who has failed,
_______________ a beautifully roasted fowl. Rel- browned mashed potato rosettes th'ismVattdf oigrs
ishes add color and spice to the around the outside of the ring. toration should be the first reaction.
For Joyful Cough meal, vegetables will beautify the Suggestion III. Make a green pea There is good reason for this, for
table, and desserts can add the rich ring and serve creamed onions, God is kind, and Christ would not
Relief, Try This finishing touches to a fully satisfying carrots or parsnips in center. quench the smoking flax (Matt.
meal. Suggestion IV. Serve carrots or 12:20). Then who are we, weak and
Ho eK itr Crown Roast of Pork, green beans in a mound on center fallible human beings, to treat an
























Hosmur CRCEMixtsrO
Select the ribs of a young pig and of platter, and al- erring brother with hardness?
11aves Big Dollars. No Cooking, have the crown prepared at the terniate parsleyed 11 id Gl :-)
This splendid recipe is used by Call- 'market. Wipewith poate and bee he.nd Gl. 6t25) brohe in need,
alons every year, because It makes a. damp cloth and around the cen- ift his burden and bear it for him ~1
Ralf Cou due to colds. it is so eaw (v. 2). At the same time do not go
el, mix-a child could do It. /" Iand pepper. If you require a around expecting anyone to bear M eFECMN' AOSRCP OKNWYRVSDFRWRIE
From any druggist, get 2% ounces Dredge with flour Sauce to serve your burden (v. 5). Ask God for IClpedateoapny
at Plne, a special compound of prov- and place on a with vegetables and bea it y s I your I
t ingredients, in concentrated form I-., grace an eri*oref fyu post card for your free Nam
urell-kntown for its soothing effect on rack in a drip- here is a good brother helps you-good. If not, do copy of Fleischmann's
ot ha man ping pan so that tangy one: nly rid "Th B
Then make a syrup by stirring two the rib ends are M p
~~~~~ups ~~~~~ ~ ~ M oHgauae ua n n onan h etpr p fti g ols dis aue tians expect other to help. c
























Methlau alway on:. hand. Thens ther isnlae thea need for kid-P desserl Adre litnd- _______________t water a few noiments, until dis- ard Brands Incorporated, solved. No cooking needed. Or youcan is not possible have meat part 1 tablespoon water ness in thinking of oneself, and one's Gr77 NewnYrk An7e, N. Y7
sor1 tablespoon lemon Juce Grand eAllrk 1e, No YN
vueansrpoliudhnyIn donadwaeahothriensneighbor. Pride is self-deception (v.- ---------------------ftadl of sugar syrup. in salt pork or thick slices of 12 teaspoon Salt 3). It puts God against us (James
Put the Pines into a pint bottle and bacon. Cook in a moderate oven, al- s teaspoon pepper or paprika We will have no time or occaadd your syrup. This gives you a fullC pYnt of cough medicine, very effective lowing 30 minutes to the pound. 1Pn tablespoons butter Mer Christmasn andu then bes ofg u eiho fw


















anY quick-acting, and you get about When ready to serve, place the roast r honestly appraise our own life (v. Which of your two husbands
Solr times as much for your money on a large platter and garnish each 1 cup boiling water 4).
It never spoils, and is very pleasant rib end With a plump cranberry. Mix and stir well the first five IV. Honorable (v. 6). is coming home tonigt
'-chconcernld.eIIt.
















olle amaed ythewy ae Fill the cavity with buttered string ingredients. Set aside in top section While the Christian will not be
laold of Coughs, giving quick relief. It beans and juinecros r fdul olr etbteadseeking any glory or reward for ',
ooens the phlegm, soothes the IrrI- rtflour and when it bubbles, add water himself, he will always be honorable ringe outnthed s ee poaoe

















Rated membranes, and helps clear the around the outside of the platter, slowly, stirring constantly. Pour in crn o hs h ev i
tir passages. Money refunded iy It
dkisnu't pleas in every way. Place potatoes alternately with cin- egg mixture and cook in double boil-integsl.Svaonsfrad
namon apples. er until smooth and thickened, stir- no tre bespetae o tc f the
If rib roast of beef is your choice ring constantly to avoid curdling. nyoneaerhrrrtscGlomh years ao.muated or
and points are low, get one of the Serve hot rolls with your favorite gospel would set a price on it. But Constipto my me dint formuatd or 5
metjam or jelly: the necessities of life must be pro- andyraedo, ther beifs
with Yoksir pudig or onno ~ HM ISURNE utiit raiull osefd ok tl
















Rib Roast of Beef. I cup potato water one who is served to "communi- icals; no minerals, no phenol gentle, a ailin of IT
GUARANTEED Cate" of that which he has to his derivatives. NR Tablets ae have prvd. Get a 250
Select a 2 to 3 pound rib roast, wipe 3/ cup m ashed potato te c i g b oh r if r n- c ifrn. C nir B o t day An
SKIPPER ishe addm clo and pieon theu ae lkwrm ecigbohrifeetatdfeet
















meaIt need hardly be said that if the Purely theable-a combi- druggists. Caution: Take
abwith salt and pepper. Place the V/ cup sugar catioof10vegetableingre- only as directed.
PREVEN*Crowroast, fat side up, in a roast- 1 yeast cake rk.iin found i any pla
IN CURED MEAT ing pan and bake in a moderate 1 teaspoon salt adminciture, weoud mnt haes heV G TA L
oven until tender and easily pierced 41/ cups sifted flour iSgracure ofhan undrd miisry hav AthATe
Ask Your D~ealeS with a fork. 1/4 cup shortening piggand of an under c h nd oAXT WE

N.J. BODDIE done, prepare the pudding: and water. Add potato and potato thesionaries waiintogowitn
TheHa InurnceMa -Yorkshire Pudding. water. Stir in flour to make a soft money to send them. Let us be hon,
s sorable about this matter.
___________________ Ad remaindero flour an lndi et d krtnnad V. Consistent (Gal. 6:7, 8).
1/4 teaspoon salt Ad eane fforadked There is an inexorable law which
1 cup milk untilssmooth. Place in an oiled or pringsdonly the harvest which is
Drdewihfo resdbw.Ltrsfo2hor

















3 eggs, well beaten Knad Let rise ni foubl in boulk pane.o many Christians are0
Sit fr a det ros. P le on oiled trying to reap the fruit of spiritualgity when they have sown only the milk and eggs and beat Vigorous- sheet or muffin pans. Let rise again of indifference and worldliness.
FAWW dowt a wap eaofterib Paendsee















ly itha wip eatr. lac until light, about 30 minutes. Blake It can't be done! in of drippings from the 20 to 30 mintes in a 400-degree Self will is always struggling
roast into muffin pans and pour bat- oven. al2. CHADPPED STFIN 5S[ ter into them. Or, pour around the If you forgot to make your fruit agaistGod'sowill tn the fle ofe
Christian. Sowingto the fleshomean















2. CLGED UNhe roast in the roaster and bake about cake early this year, here is a yielding to self. And the result? Cor3.4CLOGGED UP NOSTRILS 15 minutes at 400 degrees F. This simple one that does not require too
4.SP CHRCD IHNS 11 pudding puffs up just like popovers much fruit since it is made wita uto.Ys vni h ieo ~K~
CESTI COLCKD IPNSS1 and must be served immediately. it Christian. How much there is of
be t u a e mincemeat. Good, too That, and how it hinders God's work
lMincemeat Fruit Cake. There is here the important truth
SOE, ACHING MUSCLbS 0 lightness of the mixture depends cup shortening that the one who sows to the Spirit
&.WINDBURN 13 upon the air which is beaten into it. 1cup sugar raseenllf.Ta paso
9. NEURALGIC HEADACHE a Vegetable Platters. platt
e ae a eae ci- 2 eggs salvation itself, but it also speaks
f rb rasts peeepar cmoinimeatpofppiritualdvelo nations that make up the colorful 1 cup raisin
one bt oll" teaofths usm pltestaIr odsrbea cup asndidlmnpe VI. Diligent (Gal. 6:9, 10).
orts. that'ph'50~~ toi- bigter ha diner sodsial4a cup candied oran peel It 'has been said that we have
utd keep ofobngfsoothong
Rib Roast ofBef















Menholtu away o had. Sggestidyionn. rag/c4iloe cup curantsdoanepe three classes in the church-workIneonv".,ent Jars or tubes, 8g In center of platter and surrou n

with l n easn ers, jerkers and shirkers. The shi
I cupsn sifted caenlord er does nothing. One wonders wheth- -wit Frenchm carts. 1 teaspo biteak soda er he is really saved, since there is
wh teaspoon salt sign of ife. The worker is the
roast fatpoo side up ino aho roast-lwysde















a Cream shortening and sugar, then
LYNN SAYS: add lightly beaten eggs and beat pend. The jerker is the one who
Plat-fie Add mincemeat, fruit takes hold mightily, and then is gone
done,- whenayo most needihim













YPlatterkshgreen overg. den g and fold inth Christian living at its best callsPudding.

faHEUMotATIS M GlotO] patties torevfoo ershouldnve ixture ouehr ino l ae-ind angel for consistent, persistent, diligent 0 Gently warming, soothing Ben-Gay acts fast to relieve
GERTSLUB ans ovr thedg sofl ther mt-tcae. Pr ano aker-invery snl application to the work of God-not cold symptoms.Ask your doctor about these famous painRHEUMATISter (275 toe 300-g fth lt- ckpnadegree) onvefry 2sow only today, but tomorrow, and the relieving agents, methyl salicylate and menthol. Speedy
Tomato wedges, cucumber i2 / hours. This makes a three pound next day, and the next! Ben-Gay actually contains up to 2 / times more of these
Not tehpoo salttonofseca















5 slices and radish roses are old 'fruit cake. Nhotehthlesus tino pca famous ingredients than five other widely offered rub-ins.
3 egstand-bys for garnishing. Fringed toward our fellow For quick, soothing relief insist on genuine Ben-Gay!
a s Ge the most from your mea Ge yo Christians (v. 10). Some folk operpcledy oranged oeryio slices, meal roasting chart from Miss Lynn ate on the opposite principle. They milead eggand bea vniouss















gherkins cut in fan shapes, car- Chambers by writing to her in care of treat their fellow believers with a
a s~tte a's 011- SirllSi6crt sufd o re Wesern Newspaper Union, 210 South Des. little extra coldness-a special de.
rotcurls, olives pines Street, Chicago 6, ast. Nee send green of suspicion and criticism. That A
pepper halves filled with cream Oriamped, self-addressed envelope for your surely living at it All ~ ~ ~~ 1 minute ato 400t dere F. Thisr @ lty sntChita














CIJ W 4. FLORID p cheese help pretty the platter. reply
mustbebeas te lesed by Western New






The Monticello News. Monticello. F'a. Frkla. December 15. 14A4



'Bird Cage' Holders

Gay and Unusual


THEUNNY SIDE OF LIFE 579u


Clean Comics That Will Amuse Both Old and Young



SPARKY WATTS By BOODY ROGERS
LAP HAPPY, HAVE NOPE-AN YES, I GUE56 rf's TH' WORST PARTTHOUGH, WHAT PO > NOPE-YOUR FEET HRUNK THEY MAKE ME JUST LIKE SLEEPING IS TRYIN' TO TRIM MY TOE OU U9E-A DYNAMITE!
ANY 6INCE POC UNCOMFORTABLE IN A TENT WITHOUT ,NAIL--TH' COSMIC RAYS SAW? iP i
STATIC OVER- THE E COOL NIGHTS-. ANY COVER/ SURE MAPE 'EM TOUGH.' :
CHARGE P 'EMl THEY'RE 90 B)G THEY
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SFPALLI B E HESE unusual bird cage pt
V lIF6IGNIN6, PRTENDW& W'E EIA NTChleswill add a gay note
A'A KC-TS UELING LADY kitchen. Each one is 7%
FORnches high, and they're not a R A complicated to make. One has a
R ANI kOW Or ANJyellow canary-a luebird is in the
B~.A~SIFUL L7V ~ "'th~er "cage"-all in a single crvGEATIFL LADY r

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TINC5H-FRED E SNAPPY FACTS
KIEN' 0T E.CS SHWIE A *IK.I'LSO ABOUT


N OT AHI-NUG FOOT COMPLAINING
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V ) IIDemand for military tents
-has had a strong influence on a t dthe supply of cotton needed
If / for the manufacture of tires
and other rubber iteTrT
Accurate tire Inflation means
oore now than ever before. Too
much pressure encourages impact
Fel lbreaks; too little causes excess
RAISING KANE-The Answer Is "Yes" By FRANK WEBB age anea v

-~ F~el W~lLPIU'A compliment to the teglo-I $C'T IT 2 ale nicians responsible for the
_'m development of synthetic rubber is the fact that tires and
.tubes required by the U. .
ordnance Department are
about 85 per cent converted
to a substitute for natural
d rubber.
















.Ac cu Get Your War Bonds

mr To Help Ax the ATo s

PRIVATE
TOWNm BUuC Beware Coughs
By from common colds
Roland Coefxynhat Hag ml

1 Clyde Lewis acosnuion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of th
nicis help loosen and exp
germ laden phlegm, and aid naturs
lto sothe and heal raw, tender, inbanes Tell your duggist to se y
A a bottle of Creomulsion with the un-.
LA'a derstanding you must like the way i ckly allays the cough or you an
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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDIAY, DECEMBER 15, 1944

.and Jackie Hamilton I can't quite HOSPITAL PLAN

OncFety focus on one of them. Which shall
ol E Martha Anne Eppes the former M. Wistful Ouida for you a maximum of 40 days
nA. Stelt has returned after a brief Dear Wistful Oida, each year.
visit with er husband in Texas. Hard to choose from that trio 10.00eon Operating Room Charges.
T H J. __FI R U N Maybe the ouja board can help yo 3.00 on Laboratory Charges.
decide which shall be your ate- 10.00on Medicines and Bandages.
"Sunday, Monday or Always." 5.00on Ambulances to or from
STAFF__DearSoothingSally: Hospital.
upon0on X-rays (12n the cost).
N. Fla. Conference Honor Roll
EditorthnCheefeAva Ruth Sawyer Jr. Robert hut he is just too darned whichOll SIIARGE 12.00on Anesthetic Charges.
willt 5.00 on Pvsio-Therapy Treatments.
Definitely Form.ed Sscistan Editor-Nev htl ,Mr LMNAYHNRRL bashful-he never gets around to ask-! fi Comity ludcI Court, .1efferson 50.00 for Emergency Care away
Thing me to go with him. What can offer e etd Florida.
cial a ,Estawof Aa c e. achaidson, deceased, from home.







presidnt. Byon Hilman, pincipa
An lreFirst Grade do about my bashful lover? :To WHOM IT MAY CONCEtRN:
On Friday of last week the schools Class and Club Editor -Violet Hligh- Matn Catn di ucs as .Notice is hierel' -given that we have I5.00 for First Aid Treatments.







of MonStilon wasel et as vice-Mri lyoEde Dks as fidorfnlriota xcal f FML RUSA N
settower Arthur Gant Harell Hamilton, Dear Patsy W. th last ilt and tsta-ent of A.
Madison High School where they T~rists Bet-tilee Bird, Virginia Mc- Helen Barrett, Polly Clarke, Janice You seem to be an initiative sou Riatio ston, dec asked ; thiat wve will ap- PRFZ41UM formed a definite conference which Intosh. ly to the ion. Thomas B. Bird, Cocii Write or Phone
Hatcher, Lillian Anan Cone, Dorothy and during war time every year is tJdg of Jefferson counts3 Floillda








Th football chmponhi wash Cal, iu tMt
will continue to operate. Its broad Circulation Mgrs.- Robert Liaton,: Mothers, Jane Rhodes, Wesley Boat- leap year-so-o-o why don't you take ti%0,1t, Florida lon the 16th day3 of Jan- PROFESSIONAL
and yet definite principles are based Betty Stokely wright, Jenkins Maye, Kenneth John- the lead-go after ye' man!!- i~i.A 1). 1915, f-or apiptoval of the INSURANCE CORPORATION
upon a need for the improvement of Gossip Editor-Emala Pate, Willie which od oil discharge as Fmecutathletic relations in this section of Gus olarnd Second Grade Dear Soothing Sally, A. C;. Richardson, deceased








ferenc ori, all-sta teams The bas-r A .0 Bx12Phn
the state. Rules were set up which Love-Lorn-Bettilee Bitd Buddy Clarke, Charles Duncan, There are just two too manlymen ,I IDated thisasee Flo.daroida mhi
will create greater interest and clean- Joke Editor- -Eleanor Folsom. Fenn Folsom, John E. Hawkins, Dicky Iin my life-my trouble is that IO ca't 1-11 NWIAMSIZ~ R I Alt] sON Tlaase lrd
ar sportsmanship in our schools. Spanish and Latin Editor-Evelyn Hughes, George Wright, Carolyn decide which one of the three men Ecrt O U AME.---. .
The officers elected to the opening Blair'. Dyer, liene Folsom, Joan Fraser, 'mea n the most to me. Thyarnae Exeutorsn of A las G. itIADES.







recognize tnde ceamaientipstin tha year were Carl E. Rude, Supv. Prn Sponsor-Frances Mashburn. Jane Fulford, Virginia Hobbs, Nancy ly: George Arrants, Joe o. ne1Ric'rso29-Ja TOWN.

forhian prinal Jo Jenkins, Mary F. Lion, Willie
president. Byron Editorial J. Rollins, Wanda Simpson, Jane
of Monticello was elected as vice-Wad president. Miss Alice Sims of Man- HOW MY ad
Doo YCOMMUNITY PROIE Third Grade ai ."9'%et',
ison will serve the conference as secretary-treasurer. 1945.oThip tour
The football wa Martha Anne is right. We do not Ward, Patricia Cone, Virginia Stew
awarded to Perry High School which have any other recreation than that art, Ivie Lee Ward, Felice Johnson oIt provided by the school or the one Thomasine Edwards, Jean Williams was dec ed t telt an all-con- show in Monticello. Its been said, Mieiau Mille, Ella Joe Beliski,







ter tournamenotqul to eante theST ference or all-star teams. The bas- "Why not fix this old building up for Nodine Pitts, Martha L. Boykin ketball season is rapidly approaching the kids?" but that's all just talk, Cayon Roe, Ann Stephens, Edwi and the conference has decided to there's never anything done about it. Faglie, Nate Curtis, William Hoer recognize three championships in that Then some wick ),oit hear talk like Charles Dunlap, Marshall Rankin, sport. One for girls basketball, one this floating around: "Did you hear Ronert Sloan, Mae Morris, Willis Pocket Reg. 1.98 Handsome







isr o Jshuer M ladontcloPey Jen- u ~yJn .Wyi' wu. Bargt ors osoJl A L A T
the tournament champion. The site Yes, but why did you hear about aw-GrCllrk, Joyce Wheeler. leENNIS SEV BASKETS
oro bty coedle lay an oe f by it'asul. B Forrt CJadA
settled for Madison on the dates Of had never been seen to that she and IFranklin Jenkins, Thomas W. Cone,0 February 15-16-17, 1945. This tour- a dozen of other youngsters had clean Patsy Hawkins, Katherine Pines







ofnth Quinyrencl tloubecme wamemar-ae Sml eauei out rd
Thea icoplet schdul oflok Monti-Ma
to the Second District meet which is habits. La rea A Bl t
to be held ill Perry March 1-2-3, 1945. While the people rattle on about Jarvis, Faces Neely, Anna E. Shu.the escapades of "Mary Jane," they Do ma, Joan Sorenson. ter tournament qualify to enter the don't stop to realize that they, too, Fifth Gradle Reg."f 1.4 orDe
State Class B Tournament, which will had a part in them. If they had talc- j Dan Carr, Russell Wallace, Patsy iAll-leather. Has fithlg Put Fast anid exciting for the Rich brown handsomely
be held at a site yet to be determined,.njs itetm ndmd i ilas and three pockets f or mnfey, whole family! Two official embossed with gold design.
The~~ concern mebrsi willl bem fo Mr an to dne tan Sixt Gralame papers, etc. Grand gift ideal Biz3 bats and balls Big, generous size. A beautimade up of the following teams: Mad- one of the local hionky tonks, there Jackie House, Nancy Hadacil, Nelison, Jasper, Monticello, Perry, Jen- would never have been anything to da Whittle. 0ings, Day, Mayo, Aucilla, Greenville, say Seventh Gra
Cross City, Foley. By another ears Plenty of us hav thought about FINE VALUES MANY AT SALE PRICES?
tiei shpdta ihSrnsforming a club arid making( some old Anderson, Gene Hentz, John D. Mc-, Shower Clogs 59C Cirpe.I' or's Levels .59C Ply Hand Cream 25c
and Quincy will alsonbecomelmMm-ivacantbuilding.in9Monticelloiinto here of the group. a place we kids could go and have CeManard ABadwrs, Hbrit S w ings. .9 K Ny SCoxl.9 AuoWoor hirrort.2.989
The incomplete schedule of Monti- clean recreation and funl, but whats Maynar.ng GaasSwin '.9 isid Kits.1.9 Wood CReflSet.98
cello scheduled basketball games are the use to think when there's nobody IIHSHO rvn lse.9 s dKt.8 ieRfetr.9
as follows: to back us up because someow----Jan. 4 AucIl Monticello town people don't realize that good -AIoo ol n i ek
1 uil uilclean habits and recreation will Lorene Homner, Frances Jane Ile 115 ;to I. It 6l\. ~,'~ '
-15 Greenville Greenville guide the children of today to become Sauls.
19 Perry Perry the citizens of tomorrow that Monti- -B- Cooerf
23 Madison Monticello cello would be proud to own. But IIol n ixWesA~
3 Greenville MonticelloEdwin arfiel
2 Greenville Monticello how can they become worthy citizens Mary Nep Bishop,



Mar.~~Bitilc 1,2 3ScodDitic oua
.as things stand?
6 JasperMadison InnolSharon Blair, Joyce Cooper, Bobby
Sn oitm EdtaNll Whle, Mary b
































9 Madison Madison olDunlap, Ele ano Folsom, Wilma
13 Open selected to carry out the plans and Fee, HiVigghoFq, e Had-,

tTournament expenses of the clulwe The dads towe
30 Open mgtsv ontegscuosb- Mary Jones, Helen Rose LaVinka, VO 4. Grade A Quality Camelboack NO RATION
23 Greenville Monticello cas the youngsters would stay at'-5FatrMehd CERTIFICATE
GreTnpists Betile Bird, Virginian Mclan Peggyill M lean irinia !lc 6. Extra Tread Depth for NEE
home instead of going to other towns I ,
M.lar. 1, 2, 3 Second District Tours- to seek amusemeints. !Intosh, Mariceline Shtuan, Frances Greater Safety 49 1
meat at Perry. Com on.nosoetikn Smith, Dorothy Thigpen, Katherine ~\ib 5~V~ 5~~ij'~l%"
Bettyson StokelydNel ~

































about this. I'm sure we kids will do ~te. oLrn odNl ht m m 4,a'~"m
Gossip our part. Wilma Freeman ie

e- -The Adorale She's A Glamour Girl!
especially when they're on Gwendolyn's bracelet. Folsom
Virginia and Billy are still going in atEd
pretty strong.
Tippy, are you still "undecided"? Gaadn es r eind xlsvl o ietn
Bill not only broke his knee, buta a n
his romance-Tough, eA? R INCOAT
Ave R, whatoatlife! 4 Xmas cards
from the same guy on the same morn- on
in.9.95 100 a
ihow intl styled s been s
"Whyifu notr fix~ this ol building upl fork
































L. R-Keep up the good works, keed k Wear it rain or 100% wool that goes bac
there.sWneverkanythingtdoneTabouttite e l plaid and Pillar wiggles all ove .
KEY CLUB t a ilo read,cav&Ir7enhi
t wlipperhy Te Elephant's head bob
fulll Mary Jane ?i Simpl because ityte a































The Key Club members met Men- been a tio thatat shea t
day and elected officers as follows: If He Liyes Comfort c
Sonny Noegel- Presidenta plae t fm g William Bailey--Vt President.

Hoot Walker-Secretary. JACKET "a Jn
COSSACK BD l~.
The Key Club and Beta Club are A Y D E
having a bond selling drive. TheI h
Key Club is really going to get down 2.98 Z 29 h' co;enine tal8
to business because we want to win.alit
Sonny appointed Tippey and William tan poplin, Luxuriou; s la ecuitely drcesstad
to see Miss Harrington about having water-repel- thanquality tail
a luncheon every other week. All lent, wind- cale hoou ton kos,. he'
Plentytl ofgeu use have. thogheaou





























of the members are to see Mr. Cook- resistant. tailored. A a sweetheart
ey about a room for recreation. a t beuty!
The Key Club is being backed by
the Kiwanis Club with this recreation hall for young people. If it works
bse av r auess itcan'th c STRONGER, SAFER THAN EVER BEFOR




The Beta Club is desperate wontt
you please buy some STAMPS and Bu
BONDS now? We've plenty confiw citiz
dence that we're gonna win that chal t New, Improved Saf.Lock Cord-141
lnIn not time aty allb at clu coudb
organized Aha committeey could be




























t te pn al Their sweet, cuddly bodies are prcale a th Faces, feet and
mnored that we'll have some new. Heavier Cushioning-10%7 more rubber 6.6.hands are soft, silky wool. There's a saucy ribbon bow tied
members next semester. Come oa b lies Eta sa under eh round hlttle chin
caus thes-iv youngster wouldgt stay atet




























you freshmen, let's see how smarto
you are! Cettificate N&-ed

CH1RISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT

The music department, under the
direction one and dcsomethink
a Christmas pageant Thursday, Dec.A 14 at 8:00 p. m. in the Elementary
auditorium. Admission free. Every-F one invited to attend. Posters are being distributed throughout the
,own. RANKIN & WILLIAMS, Owners MONTICELLO, FLORIDA