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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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v.60 no.22 December 22, 1944

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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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MONTICELLO rER LYHL
The Great Middle THEO MOTCE LFNW
:tewayo THE MONTICELLO NEWS FLORIDA


THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 6M0, No.22. ONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Several Fires In Lt. Bassett Tells "Right-to-Work" Local Pilot Now 6th War Bond "The Dawn Cometh"

County This Week Of Pacific Combat Law Is Discussed Here on Visit Was Over The Top Is 'Given Sunday

Cause Great Damage In Kiwanis Talk By Attorney General In Dramatic Fight Aihongh "E" bond-sales have fallenEvening At Church
short of the quota assignen, JefferThe residence of Mr. anid Mrs. Richard Simpson, discussing the Since the discussion precipitated by Lt. H-1.Burt Bassett, who is now son county has gone way over the A batflCrsmspageant,
Thomas Greene, located about four 'teen-age amusement problem before spending the holidays in Monticello top in its purchase of 6th War Loan
miles from Monticello Onl the) the Kiwanis Club onl Wednesday, stat- oraie ao eadn h ea-with his parents, Mr and Mr's. W. W. bonds, Dave Winans, chairman, an- at the Presbyterian Church Sunday
Thomasville highway, was destroyed ed that there is a large room in the ity and operation of the Right-to- Bassett, and hs wife and children, nouced this week. evening by a group under the direcby fire Thursday afternoon, and mosi Roberts Building west of the bus Work Amendment to Florida's Con- was one of 6 Navy pilots who strafed The quota set for the county was
of the contents were lost also. station. It has a roof, a floor, a stitution, which was adopted in the a Japanese fleet with only machine- $137,000, and sales to date approach tized in a filing manner, God's gift
Robert Greene, high school age'chimney and plumbing but no furni- rcngeraeltinbthpolegun fire to protect them, and came the $1,58,000 mark, Of thle Saviour to the world,
Robert reenehightscoolvag
son of the Greenes, was the only ture and it can be rented at $40.00 of Flora w ith a 2,0 maorit The so, one of the mos dramatmembr o th faily at hom ofFloidawitha 2,00 maoriy mas season with smilax, pines and
member a month. It was agreed that thehome
when the fire occurred. He was near Key Club and other 'teen-age youth vote, and since the Town Hall meet- ic of the var, was told in a Navy lighted candles. Music was provided
the barn when he saw the fire on the! should meet with a Kiwanis Club ing in Jacksonville to which the pub- reesProrahntoehswekpijare for D ieby the Junior Choir, which was dierected by Mrs. R. T. Wallace and Mrs. roof. It appeared to him, he said, committee after the holidays to con- li was invited by the Attorney Gen- It happened on October 24th, and the as though sparks from the chimney Sider the Project. egaansforothe insJohnon o this MrsgaRnsph Poliot,
amlfrte icsin fti 1end- battle began on hour before dawn organist, gave a prelude of Christmas
fell on the shingle roof and started The secretary-treasurer had a let- ment and the objections raised to it when 8 Wildcat fighters were launch- music.
the fire. He carried out some ter from the Florida Children's Home ed as a combat patrol over Leyte. Tae fr s e i a t
clothing, bed covers, one mattress and s by organized labor, Mr. Watson has he familycwithdetuatet Simpson a
one dresser, but practically all of the its contribution, made a trip to Washington where he The Japanes task force, of fu
other family possessions were lost. contacted Government Labor Rela battleships, 7 cruisers and 9 destroy Cail D. Brorein, of Tampa, is one Amos, Mrs. Henry Malloy as his wife,
the ~ banPeiettr wasn reamyh HiRe tionsAece n pnrtrigh ers, fired its first salvo as ten more of 43 prominent industrial and civic
Fire completely destroyed the barn!PeietCrwaredbth"B-toaAeceanupnrtrighHnaadJckSmsnshs
Fire completely destroyed issued the following statement: "It Wildcat fighters were launched. The leaders who have been appointedHanh adJckSmsnshi
and a large supply of feed at the W. porter." Sam is in Italy and sent hisq state chairmen for the march of grand-son, Timothy. Amos has just
B. Davidson Dairy, in East End, Wed- "best to is desirable from both the National s y q o completed a golden crown which he
alteKiwaiians." and State standpoint that early de- 10, led by Lt. Comdr, Edward J. Hux- dmsenwilircthfu-as-has fashioned as a labor of love to be
nesday night. Mr. Davidson had justI Pies. Carr named a special com- table attacked the Jap fleet with only irg appeal of the national foundapurchased a large supply of feed for mittee to prepare the Ladies' Night tion for infantile paralysis in A h esd
his dairy, and lost the entire amount program for January 4. and other appropriate tribunals on it has been a u by Basil
inth irthug on f iscttewhatever questions organized labor There was no time to load a tor- idaihabennoucdyBsl shepherds are shown watching their
in the fire, though none of his cattle Dave Winans reported that the raises regarding the legality, consti- ped or bombs as shells from the Japs 'Connor, foundation president. floc by night, as the angel, (Mrs.

The los county purchased $157,000.00 in war tutionality, operation and effect to straddled the small escort carrier, so The drive will extend from Jan- William Hughes) appears before
The W.Boandissahm ofs Mntre coantMs. (continued on page 4) the new Right-to-Work Amendment the pilots took off on simulated tor- ary 14-31, culnitnating on the birth- them, telling of the Saviour's birth.
P. H. Boland, with its entire contents,________wasdetroedby ir ofanunkow '~ A ~ *to our State Constitution. I find of- pedo bombing runs in an effort to ,day of President Roosevelt. Before the altar is the lovely manger
Swas destroyed by fire of anl unknown
origin Friday afternoon. Mrs. Boland Farmers Applying ficials in Washington administering scare' them off. Although the nfanliil % parai~lgis scene, revealed as the angel's words
and one of the younger children were J'~ labor powers just as anxious as my- The fighter pilots, including Lt. epidemic of 1944, with nearly 19,000 are spoken, with Mary (Julia Patterat work in the yard when the fire oc-A 1
at or inth yad henth fie c- For CropF e self to have the questions determined. Bassett, repeatedly strafed the line cases already reported, was the son) watching over the infant Jesus.
curred,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ tII btiwanodicvrdu-pA dF e It is my opinion the amendment ad- of Jap craft anid pretended they were second largest in the recorded history The wise men (William Hughes, Dici,
opte bythesovrein pepleof oin tolaunh trpeoesOr ropof the United States, the nation was Hughes and J. D. Driggers) ente.' curred, but it was not discovered un- E eg n yL a sotdb h oeeg epe o on oluc opde rdo
til too late to remove any of the contentsoof lte ousmoe saof- Em r en yLo n Florida is legal in every way and is bombs. Miraculously all of the pilots better prepared for the march of the with their gifts and kneel before th'
tents of the house safely.
There is no telephone service at -effective now as a part of the Con- and crewmen survived, landing on crippler than ever before, through the newborn King.
Wacissa, so the alarm could not be Applications for emergency Crop stitutional Law of the State and other carriers after their ship was generosity of the American people The children in the primary choir,
given. It is supposed that the fire loans (seed loans) are now being re- should be obeyed by employers, em- sunk, or on the airfield at Leyte. Tw whose dimes ard dollars helped to in white coristers robe, march to the started from a stove, which was burn- ceived in Jefferson County. The of- ployees, labor unions and all others (continued on page four) stem the tide of the mysterious Polio- altar, and with a song of praise and
ing in the house. fice for Jefferson County is located in such light, but inasmuch as I real- the_ house.inkw jypae usfgebsdt
in the court house, county agent's ize that a bona fide and sincere opn preventive and no cure, Mr. O'Con- manger.
:___-office, Monticello, Fla. ion exists in the minds of citizens in How Xmas Jingle nor pointed out. The pageant was beautifully carried
"GiftTo ~Farmers who are in need of funds and out of organized labol, regarding WrttnIsO Epidemic areas in 1944 included out and was an impressive reminder
itT Ma "for crop production purposes, or for the operation and legal status of this Wa Wrte sO North Carolina, New York, Kentucky, of thle greatest of all gifts. During
Is Presented At the purchase of feed for livestock, amendment and in deference to this M h itrs eejOhio, Virginia, Pennsylvail and the evening the Christmas Joy gift,
and who have been unable to obtain opinion, especially those held by cer- IMichigan. Polio also severely af- amounting to $84, was received.
Beh lSc o ladequatefIiancing from other sourc- Ltei Florida citizens, I amn not dis- fected Tennessee, Maryland, LIndi- The shepherds were Jake Bassett,
Beth l S hoo es, including a production credit as- posed by any directive, opinion or "Twas the Night Befoi'e Christ- ana, Louisiana, New Jersey, Missis- Charles Wellner and Sonny Pattersocintion, should call at the office. other official act, to force an i ssue ins"i apomfaiartoeer Connecticut and the District son. Members of the Junior choir are
The Bethel school closed for the W. 0. Lindsay, is field supervisor in in the ranks of labor o employer in ault a ochil.mbltaeen oin Mri
holidays with the presentation of chreoIhi ony their relationship with on anohe uclo any hoed. ot epea n ti fatomg ittaidsnotFanc, Ma e Brown, etty Brown ,r
an original Christmas pageant, Loans approved now may include until the questions first referred to
whc hi eahr r.Mrtafnsfrimmediate disbursal to herein have been answered by trbr-memory the lines of that merry ________riette Maynard, Marianne Morris,
which their teacher, Mrs. Marthaeud o rbn hita igeaentawr htBvryPtesn aeNra n
Jennings, worked out around the meet early spring needs, shch as the al, of competent jurisdiction and Christ
wish of the children to do some preparation of land, the purchase Of authority." the verses were written by Clement Janet Weliner.
special service for a wounded soldier fertilizer ,or the planting of the early -_ ___ Clarke Moore, grandfather of the C rsmas Pageant The children in the primary departat Christmas. food and feed crops advocated by the late Benjamin Moore, owner of near- ment taking part, were: Nancy Jo
The children, reading daily papers Extension Service of the Department Negr es Concert by Welaunee Plantation Givenf At Sc oo Jenkins, Peggy Wells, Judith Ray,
in their classes learned that return- of Agriculture. Funds to meet later Clement Clarke Moore, D. D. wa Dickie Hughes, Carolyn Ray, Barbara
ing soldiers wished first of all to call crop production expenses may be dis- Adds $100 to Fund a Bishop in the Episcopal church, a ThursdayEvening Ray, Yvonne Fountain, Clyde Sauls,
thi ohrb elpoewe hybusda edd scholar of note, and an author of .7-Billy Jenkrins, Patsy Williamsu, Martheir mother by telephone when theybusdanee.Of ea n
landed in the States, and they learned Emergency Crop loans are made to O H l S a a ponderous Hebrew lexicon, but his The Christmas Pageant, presented garret Barrett, Shirley Barrett, lone
that in other schools the children had farmers, either owners or tenants,~ai fame rests on the universal appeal under the direction of Miss Mildred Marraine, Peter Marraine.
ofhhepoe wicnhedahehefro scketmuicsnsrucorea thheildren_____had_aided in providing a fund for that who own or can make arrangements
special purpose. Their thought was, to obtain land to farm; who own or at the Christmas Eve, 1822. mentary school auditorium Thursday
instead of exchanging small gifts have the use of workstock and equip- Bethel A.M.E. church on Thursday Even at Welaunee Plantation the evening, was opened with an Overwith each other this Chiistmas, to ment with which to fatim, and t for the Christmas Seal sale was memory of the revered bishop is pre- turea melody of Christmas songspooi their funds so that some soldier can give a first lien on the crops to a pronounced success from both a served through his poem. The eight by the band might make a call to his mother on be financed as security. Loans. to Imusical and financial standpoint. riding horses maintained on the 8,500 The first number was sung by i Dr, F. A. Brink, Director
Christmas Day. This they did, and finance the purchase or production of The Florida A. & M. Girls Glee Club acre estate are named Dasher, Dane- members of the glee club, as they'- they have sent $6.00 to be used in feed for livestock are also available and the Boys' Quartette, under the er, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, entered the darkened auditorium, HEALTH IS PURCHASABLE that way. hndr the same general terms anddirection of two members of the Donder and Blitzen. each carrying a lighted candle. The
Their program was given before conditions, except a first mortgage music faculty, rendered a pleasing The story of the writing of the pageant was a series of scenes de- It is anr axiom among public health
a joint meeting of the P. T. A. and on the stock to be fed is required as series of numbers and Dr. Gray, pres- poem is told in thG current (Decem- picting the shepherds in the field people that "any community can en(Cntnud n ag Sx) security. ident of the school, delivered an in- her 23rd) issue of Collier's maga- as they watched their flocks; the in- 'joy good health in proportion to the
(ContinuedRichard S d) teresting talk on education and race zin
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relationship. He told amusing stories Claus Comes to America." it is a manger; and the visit of the wise 'appropriate for health service." ahd pointed out the importance Of story which all who love the poem men. Within reasonable limits this is true
edo f t f vl g u and those who know the The closing scene was atypicalalso Of the family and the individual.

one ty oys and Girls in Ser- do things well, connection of the author with the American home scene, with the famic.The ticket wale netted $90.00 for present owner of Welaunee Planta- Iy gathered around the Christmas ber of persons who enjoy ( ?) poor Sthe T.B. fund and two donations of tion will find it doubly interesting.
ture. andrpese itt can bene rented ated$40.00






































Private Herman G. Arndt, who Private Virgil Hunter has been $5.00 each from Mr. Joe Carr of We- Mrs. Benjamin Moore, the present were songs by the elementary grades, A large number of people, mostly
recently completed a course at Davi- wounded in action for the second aunee Plantation and Mr. Win. owner of Welaunee, is the widow of and readings from the Bible, with colored, have completed their treatdon College, N. C. in the Army Specr ime, but this time the wounds were Shaeffer of the Tungston Company the grandson of Bishop Moore. She Eleanor Folsom of the eighth grade meat for venereal disease and, much timel toettirwstpriseKareanioyigClas






































mmslight and he is getting along fine, made an even $100.00 total. maintains a home on Log Island acting as reader.
hasze Tanind Resere Prga according to a letter which his moth- Mamie Scott, County Jeanis teach- and spends a few months each year There was an appreciative aud I- improvement of health and vigor.
ha benasine o orhGergaer, Mrs. Carrie Hunter has received er, was in charge of the arrange- at Welaunee Plantation which she There are yet many who "ain't much"
College, at Dablonega, Georgia, for from him. ments and she expresses keen appre- and her husband purchased in tile ence of adults at the Thursday even- adteesol aeahat hcr
fu rth er co u roses in th e sa m e p ro g ra m a ng p erforhan ceoan dsth eee t e p
Mac is expected to spend the boli- Virgil was seriously wounded in ciotion for the splendid support of the late 1920's. n pefracndte agntuicligabodts.
days at home. iFrance July 19th, but recovered and white and colored people. The large plantation heeiwudr as repeated at the regular ele- up o incung aclooed tes t ctv
ethe management of Joe M. Carr, m s tuberculosis have waited too long to

Captain James Fletcher Goff, who Ifor his first wounds. He served in IN A "SQUIRT" CONTEST Homeh oiytnc nh av se i
was* recently promoted to that rank 1England, France anid Belgium. Last The Program they were first told of their disease
from first lieutenant, has been as- week Mrs. Hunter received a message Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 21, -(FNS) Prsd ntS n sBand: Yuletide Echoes, and danger.
signed as an instructor in the Army. from tie war department that Virgil Five western governors applied the Though progress has been made in
Air Base at Mountain Home, Idaho. .had been slightly wounded in action squirt test to Aioaafrna Yule G.reetings to Glee Club and Audience: 0 Come All eliminating hookworms we still find
Capt. Goff recently completed 31inGer rareon haa Ye Faithful a large number of children of both
portn er."mam ison Italybe andh sen his futatalnhonhr









































missions over Germany and France,i has since received a letter from Virgil week and arrived at a unanimous ',uwanneeS O t Chimes and Glee Club: Silent Night races who harbor them. Simple saniand enjoys the distinction of being himself written on December 4th. He verdict that western grown fruit does Narrator: Luke 2:1-8 tation would control this disease yet
a member of one of the three plane fails to mention his wounds except to not squirt. The Boys Scouts of Suwannee River Tableau, Shepherds in the Field it stunts, weakens and retard& riany
crews who have completed their'send his address, and say he is a bit The governor's making the test Cuclhv reeed hismsGlee Club: While Shepherds Watchedchlen
number of missions without any In-K Greeiwg froam tihn president Because of its productive soil and
neros an "bc in the hosita were Herbert B. Maw of Utah, Johncomagain, but nothing serious. I had J Dempsey of New Mexico, E. P. In his annual Christmas message Narrator: Luke; 2-9-14 excellent climate Jefferson County is
other members of the crew werelanother plane ride and also was in CrleoNvaandanCFrdto the Boy Scouts of America of Angel Enters potentially a healthful place. Most
awarded a Presidential Citation for the hospital in Paris for' a while." ofvl MofNna aadSmCFr which he is Honorary President, and Glee Club: The First Noel of our ills result from our own deeds.
this accomplishment. Mrs. Goff and ,He has sent home an interesting col- ofMotn-in which he has been active for more Song by 1st, 2nd, 3rd grades Why not make 1945 a banner health
daughter, Patty, recently left for, lection of foreign paper money; Growers from the two western than 20 years, President Roosevelt Narrator: Luke 2; 15-18 year? If you will learn about health
Idaho to join CaDave Winansareportedothat t sltrisedacalnet











































idah toerjoin Ct. foff and whill ar- French, Belgian and German, and a sttsltrise hleg calls the "self-forgetful service" of Song by 4th, 5th, 6th grades measures and apply your learning it
rie hreintmefo heChitm I piece of German Invasion money is- Florida and Texas for a four state the Boy Scouts "the perennial reward Tableau: Manger scene will be a banner year for you.
holidays. sued in Belgium. The new French 'squirt" contest and suggested thant of Scouting." Glee Club, 0 Little Town of Bethie____ frcntesurcaed$5,0.0i beasre itr fie












































cot interesting the contest be held in the Senate Res- The President's greetings to the hem
Robert R. Cone, 17, has just re- they are printed in color's; one side taurant at Washington. nation's 1,787,011 Scouts, Air Scouts, Song: 4th, 5th, 6th, grades Mr. William G. Crye has taken up
turned from a trip to England as a picturing a laborer amid thle other a Florida and Texas would enter such Sea Scouts, Cubs and their' leaders Glee Club: 0 Holy Night, Christmas his duties as sanitary officer' in the member of the merchant marine, peasant mother and child, la contest with no hopes of winning follows: Chimes health unit. He comes to us on the
where he has served for the past 8 _V if "no squirt" was the object because THE WHITE HOUSE Echo feature by 7th grade girls recommendation of the State Board
m .Fti Headquarters Smoky Hill Washington, D. C. Narrator: Matthew, 2; 1-12 of Health and has entered upon his

oAir Field, Office of Public Relations ty of juice and no one can go monkey- Christmas 1944 Tableau, The Three Wise Men duties with enthusiasm.
sccei ve i n J e f e so C ou nty T h e ofpp d-u t










































from New Orleans on a sea-going Officer, Salna, Kansas.-For Imme- ing around with a Florida grapefruit TO THE BOY SCOUTS OF Glee Club: We Three Kings Like other health workers, the santug. The round-trip, including a diate Release.-The promotion of Cor- without getting an eyeful sooner or AMERICA: Narrator: Poem, "At the Manger" itary officer seeks to institute health
month in England, took about three poral William J. Chick, sonl of Mr. later. Sincerest Christmas Greetinigs! 7th grade echo feature, It Came Upon measures by persuasion and educamonths. Robert saw the explosion of and Mrs. A. L. Chick of 555 S. Mul- It is a well known fact that Florida May the New Year bring to each a Midnight Clear tion. Harsh measures are a last r'eseveral of the robot bombs at night, berry St., Monticello, Fla., to grade fruit contains one-fourth more juice of then that joy and satisfaction Tableau: Modern Christmas celebra- aort. but was not close enough to see the of Sergeant has been announced by than western fruit, but most folks of self-forgetful service which is tion We trust that Mr. Crye forll be giv
damage. He is spending the holidays Colonel Ralph W. Rodieck, Station want plenty of juice in their' citrus the perennial reward of Scouting Song: 4th, 5th, 6th grades en all encouragement and cooperahere with his mother, Mrs. Lorene Commandant, Smoky Hill Army Air fruit. That's one contest Florida will (Signed) Glee Club: Jingle Bells tion with a view solely for better
Cone. Field, Saina, Kansas. be glad to enter and lose. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVEL Closing Carol: Joy to the World. health.




The Monticello Nepw. Monticello. Fla. Friday, December 22, 1944


Health Champon ad 4-H Club Hog Winner





Well, Wooden He?
OR W E NoJasper-What kind of stockings
does Charlie McCarthy wear?
Notes of an Joan-I dunno. You tell me.
Innocent Bystander:Jaerai-n
Washington, D. C.
Washngtn, D C.The Magic Lanterns: "Meet Me BOMBING NIPS WITH B-29s in St. Louis" bulges with enugh In th' end, th' young feller who
The plan of continuously bombing o o
Japan from Saipan promises to be 0 mel
one of the most important strategies m ofidodream hor and EerthnoI
of the war. But like all difficult in- sico dt i r the sirit
novations,' it already has evolved to show its dimples Delightful Mar- Joan Why, Jasper, you orsome serious kinks which must be t wiretuO'Bren g
ironed out.~~r" 1A yor h'et steals the picture and drdwtotee lniga h
ironed out.meu yor eat. .A song-and-dan-meu
They include: crew fatigue, main- cinema, "Something for the Boys Jasper-Simple. I ordered fronn
tenance problems, weather condo the waiter's apron.
tions and home front productiondof comes in on a buck-and-wing and
planes to replace those lost in action. As nl on the yes adars A Bit Late
Upon these factors depend the fre- soan-How did the corporal get that
quency with which we can keep up that it isn't even in the orchestra b
the rain of bombs on Japan.kissed The bombing of Japan . The March of Time's latest ceremony
Thebomingof apa frm Si ~*o concerns China-a nation of great Joan-But isn't that the usual custom?
pan represents a gruelling experipanrepesets grellng xpeo~tragedies, great heroism, great Jasper-Maybe, but this was six months
ence for the crews involved, and al. hopes. The script of "Blonde after the wedding.
lowances must be made to provide Fever" gets lost in a jungle of
necessary rest periods. If any of the cliches-and no one misses it. Wedding Belles
crews participating in the Thanks- Those who dreamed up a dullo- Joan Brides always wear
giving Day raid tried it again three
givng ay ai tred t gai theei drama like "The Last Ride" should white because it's the happiest
days later, it would be only natural
to expect that their operational At lef t, four national health champions, selected at the 23rd 4-H Club congress, held at Chicago. L. to R.: bel-es ind the Hallm ofFm-sepngi.dyafteirie
ability would be proved reduced Lucille Latza, of Letcher, S. D.; Robert Tolbert, 18, Paul's Valley, Okla.; Elizabeth Laughner, 18, Leebecause of the wearing effect of the tonia, Ohio; an. yle Ramey, 15, Redwood Falls, Minn. At right, Raymond Taylor of Kentland, Id., and The Paragraph of the Week: blackbecause-.
earlier 3,000-mile flight. "Prince," Chester White Barrow, ruled supreme champion L. H. R.'s colyum in the N. Y.
It has also been found that infor- Times previewed history with
mation on weather over Japan is this dialogue: "One more quesstill not entirely accurate. T e olD iy B l w G o n o r e C i atoDdy htfnlyb- C AS F E
But reconnaissance photos taken came of this terrible Hitler?" DEPARTM ENT
after the first two raids did show . "For a long time, my child,
severe damage to a major aircraft nobody knew. There were stoplant outside of Tokyo, also effective rides. He was hiding i in, HELP WANTED
shattering of several water front Japan, Argentina, Eire. You
areas which are jampacked with took your choice. Then, in
Tokyoa rug collector named Do r- industry will not apply without stateOther Obstacles to Raids. blitz de of
Officials have also learned that cage. That was Hitler. He had United States Employment Service.
the B-29 still has certain defects been living there sixteen years."
whih my rquie mdiicaionin 4 ~ ."But didn't anyone guess, HOUSEJEEPER-To live on premises ine
which may require modification in y
future production. These primarily Daddy?" "No, you see, ex- two children. Permanent position to unenconcern the safety of air crews and cept for changing his name and numbered middleaged woman, Write
should be remedied before bombing shaving off his mustache, he
of Japan can be carried out on a
day-to-daydamning Russia, England ELECTRIC HEATERS
Air corps officials still reiterate recondGttonahg
that the air phase of the war against and the U.S.A. in general. No priority. Heavy duty
Japan is nearing its climax, but Movable. 110 volt electric heaters. Plug in
ny receptable. One will heat average
2dmit that several more months willjust an ordinary crackpot and bedroom. Price 28.75. Express prepaid.
pass before the air drive can be never gave him a second ELLIOTT OIL CO. Pine Bluff. Ark.
really stepped up to its peak. "Pne Bluff wants small Industries."
One major hope is that General WN
MacArthur's forces will be able to The book stores will shortly resecure several bases in the Philip- WAGONS AND TRACTOR CARTS-Onepines so that the B-29s can operate o a ex in Ocpe Euroe. horse wagons-$79.00; two-horse wagons
from there, thus smashing at the sclh$. ce wit b. a addoa
souh o Jaan lmot a wil 4 .~O~?~; 4It i-s by Raphael Lemkin. It is tractor dump cart $100.00.
south of Japan almost at wil
Beas o h B2s as iei s ~'~44,opulse by the Carnegie Endow- Paul Williams Company. Macon, Georglts.
Because of the B-29s' vast size, it isk-,zre frItnaialP c.
almost impossible to conceal them e
gnde caoufagewit th reult '0~ ,. .Book oracles state it is really the
under camouflage, with the result
Japnes plnesstil oeraing,44,.-o.- 00--44~4, "~*~ st word on what the Nazis have oldest Armed Bodyguard
Chat Japanese planes still operating
that0 ~~ 0. .0~ ~ .~~ dne to The Old Country. The Writfrom scores of fields in the Philip- A,, ers' War Board (staffed with intelpines could bomb B-29s at will if Kend HenYeomen of Engad
they were based on Leyte now. nt
***Chinese, forced below the surface of the earth by the incessant bombing raids of Japanese airmen, are unable to name a "more important in 1485. Now the oldest armed
RUSSIA AND JAPAN svrinsbdgada oe
NowthtStA As P A a working tirelessly to produce the munitions of war so sorely needed by their armies in the field. This etior- nor of t book h creaTe a word the the crown, it forms
Nemos underground arsenal has been hewn out of the solid rock foundation of a mountain in southwestern _"e o wae" caol lin cga ca tnese on notice for war, calling China. Here are electrically lighted rock caverns, connected by arched tunnels lined with cement. --ed deuto byin the Gerans of e ntosoeing bofgarlamtcro
them an aggressor nation, another atn otheLr n sa funcions.
chapter regarding Jimmy Doolittle's national and racial groups. . Buy
rai o Toyoca betod.Nazis Repaid by U. S. Artillery Army Got Nav Goat two copies. One to read over and
raid on Tokyo can be told.YYovraanndtethrobngn After dropping its bomb load on oeai any supoter o a n
Tokyo, one of the planes developed th s eace.
a leak in its gas line. Aware that sfpc
he could not make friendly Chinese
territory, the pilot set his course for
Soviet Siberia, figuring he might W O a C S es rtec t
barely be able to reach dry land. M a ge u li t know shyrt
Internment, he figured, was better aewudlk oko utwyi
Internment, he figured, was better ~- ~'is that night clubs are enjoying near- _______________than execution. When the fuel gave yl c eT i
out, he had no idea where he was,
but landed on the best flat stretch M Upset Stom ach
he oud fnd o ~ o ~'.>>-~this enviable position because l
he could find. eiwdi5miueordulmanybc
As the crew of the plane piled
out, a column of tanks appeared "- Wen ehe stac aed caus a n fo-~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~no ore they retill shop priet lgsstrtnah~ihatuf otruu
'0 0 re t ~mtoatcrelef- mofeicnelike thosein bell-ass
over a nearby hill. The airmen No laxative. Bell an, bring vomortIna
climbed back into their plane and k ted (by the OPA) to charge the same doubleyourmoney hack on return of boW,
prepared to make a fight for it, but
finally saw the Soviet red star on into effect. Then, besides get
the leading tank and got out of the I ting 10c and l5c more per pack, the
-W 'l4 cigarette gals are invariably tipped
plane again.,
plan agin.4 .0 340~ .;4;~o' 0an average of 25c for each pack.
The pilot walked forward to talk ,
The ilo wakedforardto alk- .;:4~~ ~i~0~o l~o 4.~ 0- ,This, too, goes to the concessionaire.
with the Soviet major who jumped
out of the leading tank. Using Eng- As a result, getting 50c per
lih etrs n n r w od 0No0 ~ <~00 ~ ~ ~ 4 ~ 0 pack for cigarettes (for which relish, gestures, and one or two wordshosolAnietcdaz of Russian, the pilot tried to ex ot ~ ~ ~tail stores charge 17c) the conces- Afvrt oshl nietcdes
of Russian, the pilot tried to ex-evrfr9 ae-ood'
plai ho he appnedto b thre -. "' 0sionaires are able to pay a good LSMOF MYRRHI It contains
plain how he happened to be there.al more for cigs than the retail- oteievetorenessan
Finally, the Russian officer stopped ers. That explains why all the night a vrusd and trained muscle
him. In fairly good English, he said: yy I s att and itch ot of burns.
"Yes, we know all about the bomb cads, iect bites, oak And ivy isoning of Tokyo. And we knew one plane 1 '-g, wd and su burn, hafing and was n toube ad miht e had ~t 0 ,40 0 ~ ~~< --- --- "''0' Our Macon editor relays this let- chaped skin. Its antiseptic Action less.
was in trouble and might be head- His son thedanger of infection whenever the
ing this way. We came out to see te fo Dr. Jm is wur e e' ik is cut or broken.
if"' weme coul find you. Stt D>'00,4o Ji Keep a bottle handy for the minor
if we could find you."
The ombr crw sarte toclim 00- ath'd"MyFathr i Chia.". casualties of kitchen and nusery. At
The bomber crew started to climb35 intothe ank whe sudenl anDr. Burke spent 50 years in China, household Ize 65e; econmy size $1.2.
into the tanks when suddenly another column of tanks appeared from Heavy artillery, part of the U S First army commanded by Lieut Midshipman Bruce Winner is The letter in part: "The whis- Q.C. HANFORD MFG. CO. Syratuse. N.Y.
the opposite direction. A Jap officer Gen. Courtney H. Hodges, contributes its share in repaying Germany shown holding His Royal Goatshil peering campaign in China against Sole maker of
came running toward the Russians for the wrecked cities of Europe. Photo shows the effect of complete Bill IX, before the West Pointers the Generalissimo and his wife is shouting, "This is Japanese ter- saturation of American artillery of the town of Durviss, Germany, one won the traditional game by a W~ largely the work of pro-Jap 5th colritory. We demand the surrender of of the border cities laid to ruins, to 7 score. unisis. Unfortunately some o our
the Americans." correspondents over there have gotThe Russian major immediately tel some of the reports in the papers
dug out his maps, insisting he was. At first the Gendugou hs ap, nsstnghewa G veLives That Gobs Might Live NussF e c o eralissimo thought he would ignore
on Soviet soil. The argument raged them. Then he realized the rumors War Savings Bonds
in German for several minutes, on- edg
til finally the Jap angrily stalked off, . w t int mse Therfor bhina
ordering his tanks to fire. This was f
answered by a volley from the Rus- fest the ht to the reort
sian tanks, both aiming at the sky. V 0, X, hf
The Russian tanks then drove on,
The~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~ RusaAakNhn rv n ~0;--~0>0 ;< 0- he declared his relations with his
leaving the airplane behind. i
They had been going at a fast clip wf ha ue n unstand the
for about half an hour, when the ueypr.Icnndstdth
for bouthal an our whe th 00Y/ object of the Japanese, but it is hard
Russian major turned to the Ameri-X
can pilot and said: sitgethwoknsoouAmrcnrSeghad
can plot nd sid: I correspondents' mind. This is for EnryIN Below Par
"I now welcome you to the Union
of Soviet Socialist Republics." puwastettonaccumulate.dFordtrly kady
Tie- border had just been crossed.I uymn
Tls. orderhad jst ben crosed.The Wireless: A radiorator offered polfeltrd, weak and miserable
* *whenthe kidneys fail to remove excess CAPTALCHAF (0Z-~.this bit of irony: The British re- acids and other ate matter from the
CAPITAL CHAFF bod
4a Mrs. Melvyn Douglas will soon be oou maycsuffr nag ackache,
In ongess elcte frm Clifrna. 0 ~0 00 40,. 040>00; ley, but jailed Gandhi who only de- rheumatic pains, headaches, dizziness.
in Congress, elected from Californi4a.
The~~ .,wse -7 . pu.-srsfreo o nda.Ttting UP nights, leg Sjains, welling.
4 The railway brotherhoods, whose freedom for 4 Th. onetimes frequent an scanty urina4410,00 mebersare afiliaed wth ~ Jo~',~~ ~ -;, ,~00 0>.;. a---------------------------------------------------------------veso tMarhtofTimeLgain rovehthatthetiongwthnsmrtingandgurnin is400,000 members are affiliated with other sim that something is wrong with
neither the AFL nor the CIO, are
o~~~~~~~~ . I 0oI-00-,< plsv rmai cits h There should be no doubt that pnrm
burned up over the appointment ofplsvdrmtccit.ThMO
ThoasCahenofth AL sith-i,01 N- m.hadlies remwrit ing ethe mosn etment t kiys wrisaer thneet .1
Thomas Cashen of the AFLmt o Dean's Pille. It is better t rely
men's union to the War Mobiliza- seem more irksome than static. .edicin that has wan countrywide aption and Reconversion board's la- The army's Distinguished Service cross has been conferred post- Pvt. Walton Trohon, Caplan, La Nothing more ludicrous than com- fovaI than o n tie and oalol
bor panel. Although Cashen's AFL humously on four Men of God, who gave their courage and their own member of the Third army, plays mershills nowadays urging listeners ad any year. Are at All drug sareg.
union is in the transportation field, life jackets to others aboard the sinking troop transport Dorchester The nurse and washes face of orphaned to buy ciggies. You're told why YOU Get Deana today. the brotherhoods feel that one of chaplains went down with the ship. Tw~o of them, shown, are L. to R., French boy, somewhere near tho should buy a certain brand-instead theve Firt Lierto Alexander D. Goode and First Lieut George L Fox German border, in France of where.
their own members should hav ne
Ate leftte fou natona health chminseetdaate2rn-HCueogrshlla.hcg. .t .






The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla., Friday, December 22, 1944


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THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorie Corey, No more than three minutes could She knew as well as e did that Released by Western Newspaper Union. who hates herself for being so meek, Is have passed in the eternity since nothing of what he had said was ialroaded Into taking a job she does not she and Paul had stolen away from true-that he had chosen to say just want, helping Admiral Duncan write his
memoirs. She is in love with Paul Dun- the hedge, that instantly de- Lesson for December 24
San, the admiral's grandson. While "Where-what is Kokee?" stroy Winthrop Lanning's and Pierre
aboard the steamship Samoa en route to "It isn't a place-it's the name of Savoyard's trust in Steve. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts Selected and copyrighted by Internationnol
Mawall she is tossed overboard, but is a region, or area, in the mountains It was Paul's way of handling a Council of Religious Education; used by rescued. On recovering from shock she above Waimea Canyon. Thick ohia situation that he himself described permission. Hearns that Steve, Paul's handsome broth- w w s er, with whom she is Infatuated, was
taken violently ill at the time she was tered through them. On the highest erately, and she realized that he thrown off the boat. Pearl Harbor is hill is the navy listening post, placed would claim, no matter what the bombed while they are steaming to- there because this island is farthest consequences were, that his motive LESSON TEXT-Luke 2:8-12; Hebres 1o1. wards Hawaii. Two destroyers escort west. We have our choice of noti- had been purely patriotic. 4: I John 1:1.4.
them to Oahu. After landing, Paul re- flying the listening post, or the F. GOLDEN TEXT-Behold, I bring you goo
leases Zoi of her pledge to marry B. or the But Zone out of the tidings of great Joy, which shall be to a
I., rovsioal olie, sippd crtaned the peope.-Luke 2:10.
has. perhaps there's a better way-a door and found herself running be'
smarter way!" fore she was aware that she had What would you like for ChristCHAPTER XIII She didn't trust him. "Paul, I commanded her legs to carry her as ins? Could anything be better than
-want you to promise me!" fast as they could. Steve had said to find for your heart and mind that
Mr. Lanning's throaty voice said: "I understand," Paul said, and he he would meet Pierre at the garage spiritual safety, certainty, and joy "I have already anticipated this laughed softly. "You want to save at exactly eleven. There was time which transforms life? Well, that is
problem. My suggestion is that you him. You love the man. He's your to spare, but she must reach him exactly what Jesus came to bring and Pierre go to the listening post hero. You adore him. But don't and tell him what had happened. mankind. it was the first Christma
end secure JY-419. Once you have forget that I have a sentimental What he chose to do about it did not gift, and it is the best gift this yea it, Pierre will tell you where and to stake in this, too. Steve is my broth- concern her. Paul hd deliberately too. whom it is to be delivered. Not er-my only brother! The big broth- jeopardized Steve's life by what he 1. Safety (Luke 2:8-12). that I don't trust you, Steve, but er whom I've always envied and had said, and Zone felt that it was Men need deliverance from thel the present situation is too critical worshipped and feared! And he's a her simple duty to warn him. If sin. They needed it when Christ for taking chances." traitor to me and my family and Savoyard and Lapping really be- came. They need it today. TI.ey
"I understand," Steve said. "I 'ot to think of lived that he had all this time been must have a safe refuge, one in
hope this person you have in mind all those things. I'd like to save double-crossing them, they would which they may rest secure. Is prepared to get it off the island Steve, family and country, too." certainly kill him without hesitation. All the efforts of this world to Certainly, they had given a sufficient meet man's need are vain. As JoInstantly. That will be no small job The dinner guests were leaving, demonstration of their ruthlessness. seph Parker put it: "The world did in itself. Under a navy ruling, all Zone caught a querulous glance
small boats have been ordered to re- from the admiral, and she didn't She recalled the look Pierre had not want an adviser. The world tad main in port. The logical, simple given her before he ran from the advised itself almost into hell. The Accefnmay Ses
way would be for a rowboat to take lanai, and she ran faster, holding up world did not ask for a specu- Y clve acsy se Irit
it out and turn it over to the com- her sun-pleated star-sapphire dress lator. Everything that man could
wander of a Jap submarine-if the so that she would not trip on it. do had been done, and men sat in plaid woolen it would be very
Japs are to be allowed in this. A She ran past the tiny far-spaced the darkness of their own wisdom. 8607 smart for dark suits or slacks. For
rowboat could slip out without be- blue lights that marked the path to The world did not want a reformer, 10-20 dressier occasions make it in rayIng noticed and it could make con- the garage. The garage, when she a man who could change his out- on taffeta. Changes of blouses give
tact with a Jap submarine previous- yumn ifrn otms
breached it, was dark and empty. wrand transient relations, an en- Princess Frock yu mt a
ly notified by a short-wave station." "Steve!" she called. "Steve"' gineer that would continually de. LATTERING to the youthful Pattern No. 8684 comes in sizes 12. M4
'"The problem of getting JY419 He did not answer her. She looked vote his time to the readjustment of Fad lovely fire, this enchant- 16, i8 and 20. Size 14, weskit, requires 1%j
off this island," Mr. Lanning said the wheels and the pulleys and the yards of 35 or 39-inch material; hat. wig
'with a touch of irritation, "has al- foty-fe. Sateve mgight nt bei here various mechanical forces of scici- Ing princess frock is wonderfully size medium, 1 Yard; bag, one size, *A
ready beenworked ou. When dofortyfiten mintes. e might be he ety Th ol atdasvour." simple to sew. Make it in checked Yard plus %A Yard for lining and % yard
ready been worked out. When dofofitemiue.H mihbei t.Tewrdwnea artaftwihr rcotiornsiferng
you and Pierre plan to leave here Jesus came as Saviour. The good
for the lookout?" tidings revealed to the faithful Shp- a dark crepe as a basic dress and
She started breathlessly along the herds were to be "of great joy 'to add your favorite jewelry. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
"As soon as possible after the 530 South Wells St Chicago
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"You said eleven. Shall we agree started, she heard, off to her right, the One who could bring them re- Pattern No. 8607 comes In sizes 10, 12. pattern desired.
atht"in the jungle-like garden, a familiar, demption from sin. 14, 16, 18 and 20. Size 12, short sleeves, Pattern NO. size.
n that?" terrifying whisper. That revelation is ready to be requires 3% yards of 39-inch material. N
"Yes."
"Very well," said Mr. Lanning. Ah-nah!" it said. "Ah-nah" made again this Christmas, and as For this pattern send 25 cents in coins.
Therein were sond ineen thatn diecnitcm to the shepherds at their your name, address, size desired and Address .
"Leaving here at eleven, takinin tion, as if someone were struggling work in the field, so it may come pattern number.
consideration the inevitable contingencies, you should be able to deliver it anywhere on this island with- growth. Then she heard a soft the air, under the sea, in the kitchen,
In fve ours Tobe afesaysixthump-a sound that might have the factory-yes, anywhere. We
rn five hours. To be safe, say six
hours. Therefore, plan to deliver been made by a body falling,
the cabinet to the place that Pierre She flattened herself against a ip on Christmas Day, but let us
will designate at or before five tree, The man passed within four remember that Christ is everyo'clock." feet of her, walking rapidly toward where, seeking each one yes,
"The money?" Steve asked. the garage, knocking at your door. Will you let
"The man to whom you will deliv- The man was Pierre. Him in? Then you will have Christ. Sitting on the edge of a mat- For a glazed appearance on
e JY-419 will have the money for nas indeed! tress weakens the edge and causes pies brush lightly with cream or
pahn Zoe leftched tur an tale 1 Certainty (Heb. 1:1-4). it to sag. beaten egg and water, before plac.
you in thousand-dollar bills."
"I'm not doing this entirely for to the dark opening out of which he G h spo e ou th ing in the oven.
the money," Steve said. "I want had come. Had he already found tunes i
Germany to have JY-419. I want to and killed Steve? ful servants. We do well to give floor and pass your dust mop back When putting a dish directly on
do llI an o el. re ouquteZonie pushed her way through soft, heed to God's Word through them, and forth before the opening to ice put a rubber jar ring under
do all I can to help. Are you quite Btatralte eeol ev
sure this man to whom we will de- damp growing things. It was so clean the rop. it to prevent the dish from slipliver it will be able to get it off Lanning's amazed voice said, dark she could see nothing. But ants. This message of redemption p o e
this island-and out of Hawaii?" "Miss Corey, why did you do this." her feet had found another path. Is Wax ash trays with floor wax
was the path on which she had been* sent His Son, Himself the Redeemer, to prevent ashes from sticking to Use discarded tea leaves to "You need have no fear on that blame him. She was supposed to ding this morning when Steve to declare it.
secre," Loaning assured him. "What Sa
scoe,"assredhim "Watbe, in a sense, his hostess. Slipping and the admiral had passedothi How final, and definite, and bless- ta. la the inside of a flower vase.


"Set your watch, Pierre," Lan-d,"do'gieadm whlatrnencldeteadte
nig ai gA andeceistlnyinelaeeneiyou
liSet your. Atprcierrlee, Lan- rude. comes, as long as you get Basil and Himself the effulgence (or the clothes will not freeze as they suds torfins thel job.soa
nin sid "t reislyelve, ou Mr. Stromberg was the last to Stromberg." flashing forth) of the glory of God, ares hun out.s the_______ job.____will meet Steve at the garage. Is leave. He walked off, solidly and Slled softly has spoken God's last word-His arehungout.
that correct, Steve?"Sh pasdadcceti wod-butremin
"Yes." importantly, toward the path, light- "Steve! Steve!" Weights on the b d hed
"Ye." o hld ered by dim blue-shaded bulbs-a TeewsnaserShtokafrom sin.beajsdsott
Zorie had been trying b k peui h ta l s e wa th hse. he toe We all know how full of uncertain- doors should herllo pI
breath. Then she tried breathing A p t l Ie
through the garden to the garage touched something soft, yielding. She ty tne world is, how our own minds
without making any noise. She felt and the parking space. Before the became aware of the sudden spc. are distressed by the very uncer- thus avoiding the necessity of stop N ORLMS LARGEST SELLER AT lmt
desperately ill. crandlanai door closed, she was sweetness of gigrfoesp iy tainty of countless things about us. ping to set down a couple of pails _______________Paul was tugging at hem wrist, cure gne floer. What a precious gift from God to or a sack of feed to close the door.
He pulled her away. sure w sme jih. She e to He realize anew the absolute certainty
Whenhe ws wll byon ther wonder whre mberwas Sheben dow. Hr groping Fni. we have in Christ. He came to 'e-.
When he was "Our eo! My Pierre Savoyard and Winthrop gers found, first, a Pasteboard pack
hearing, he said: "Our hero My annreundtthlesbtsvostifndokeps
wonderful rtn to th lni but of matches lying on the ground. Then Note that e M
Ize'what that meant?" S is c wa nts h e
wonerulbi boter D yu ea- tee didant, she touhe flowers anIawma' authority and power to carry out ??
Zorie tried to answer, but she soft, abundant hair. The flowers His loving purpose (vv. 3, 4). He A
was so stnes ek, she cudnow said ten twenty-eight. She had were still moist, as if they had been wo"aeprfctnofss"or ? 10 ?eealr
wa stunned, so weak, secouldtht sft UI
not produce her voice.deie tattesfsplntewo"aeprfctoofsn"or ?AG ealQz
not poduceher oice.decied th pla-the reshy pluked. s tobeliee, i divie. H hassllly plucked. us. to believe,.c'.cis divine.o. He. has .ll
"He's not only a Nazi sympathiz- only safe plan-was to warn Steve Her exploring fingers next found a
thate she kne whatn hi "dagru face ahcin then the texture of silk ability to describe. He is God. WeThQusin er, he's selling out his own country;
his own navy JY-4191 I think I've and soft, warm flesh under it. She can rest in perfect assurance in His 1. How many signers of the Conheard of it-some kind of radio gadg- did not abandon it, Paul would no- straightened up. She wanted et that can detect the approach of scream, but she could only whimper. HL Enjoyment (I John 1:1-4). 2. Who kills the bull in a bull
enemy planes. Something like the She started to cross the lanai to it was Amber! Amber-with fresh God knew the need of man for fight, the picador, the matadof'or *
device the British've been using for tell Paul that she was going to find ginger flowers in her hair! real joy if life was to be pleasant the toreador? might fighting, but good for fifteen Steve. But Paul was speaking. He Zone knelt down in the path be- and profitable. Being a Christian 3. What is a lee shore aboard
hundred miles!I"waaledexctnaplnohiOnyufaoieXS.C am
beside her, She placed her ear against was never intended to be a somber, ship? everh Saturday hernirbg
She hardly heard him. Her brain Own. Amber's breast. There was no sound doleful business. No, indeed. "These 4. What American woman fought 11:00 A. M., E. W. T.
was numb. Her knees were so weak He said, "Admiral, aren't you get- of a heart beating. In Amber's body things we write," says John, "that for the emancipation of woman's WIE WOP WOC WFBshe could hardly stand. It was hor- ting a little fed up with this latest there was nothing but stillness, our joy may be made full." clothing and the wearing of trou- WKPT WPTF WJS
rible. joke of Steve's-this terrific interest Pierre had killed her. Rising from What did he write? By inspira- sers? 10:00 A. M., C. W. T.
"The scandal this will mean to the he's pretending in Nazism?" her knees, trying to collect herself, tion of the Holy Spirit he wrote of 5. Can you name one prominent Wall WAPO WROL WSFA
family!" Paul was saying. "The Paul paused, with a strange smile. Zone realized that Amber might Christ, "the Word of life." He had American statesman who violently A A A A& g I
blow it will be to the admiral!" He looked pale and determined and have been killed because of those seen and known Him, the Redeem- opposed the ratification of the Con- V Y Y V
"Oh, yes," Zone said weakly, his eyes looked pale, as if he were white ginger flowers in her hair er. He had fine and uplifting fellow- situation?
"We've got to head it off," Paul frightened. Zone could not recall that Amber Ship with Him, and declares that we
said. He was so excited he was Zone, catching her breath, quick- ever wore flowers in her hair. She too (as believers) share in that fel- T n FIOOA
panting. "You realize, of course, ly glanced about the lanai. Only Mr. had come here tonight and picked lowship. we must be extremely careful. Those Lanning and Pierre Savoyard and these flowers and put them in her One of the bright and gladsome 1. Seven. O 1 D
men are dangerous. Do you think, Paul's grandfather were there. The hair. Why? Because she admired things about the Christmas season 2. The matador.
with a deal on like this, they'd hesi- three men were staring fixedly at their effect in Zone's hair? Because is our fellowship with our family 3. The shore upon which the tate to kill you-or me?" Paul. The admiral's bushy white she was envious? ard friends. It brightens the whole wind is blowing. USE
To Zonie, it didn't seem Important, brows were bristling ferociously. What she did know what she holiday season. How much more 4. Amalia Jenks Bloomer.66
It now occurred to her that any The flesh about his eyes was crin- could arrive at by the simplest and delightful is the fact that we have 5. Patrick Henry. Cold Preparations as f~c~
means they took to prevent these kled into diamond-shaped holes out most logical of deductions-was that "fellowship with the Father and with men from stealing JY-419 would of which his china-blue eyes glared. Pierre had killed Amber by mistake, his Son, Jesus Christ." jeopardize Steve's life. A corner of "Paul . ." she began. He had intended to kill Zone! She That fact really "makes" Christher brain jeered that death was a "I saw the order," Paul went heed- recalled his glance just before he ins! Many will be separated from late he deserved. Then it occurred lessly on, "commanding Steve to re- left the lanai. He must have come family and friends this year, but Good B y for You!
to her that Paul was not qualified to port for duty at his Post in Pearl upon Amber just as she had picked Christ is there, and they may have deal with a situation so realistic, so Harbor laboratory as soon as he's the white fragrant flowers and put this most precious of all friends with UI TED STATES WAR BONDS
dangerous as this. finished up here. Everybody knows them in her hair. He must have them. The empty place around the
"Don't do anything," she said, that court-martial of his was just a run to the garage to find Steve and, family table will be filled (if we Good By for Japs!
"until we've thought it over." gag-that he's been away all this in back-tracking, had seen Amber wish) by the Lord Himself. Let's
"Yes," Paul agreed. "We must time on a furlough." striking matches to pick the flowers, keep Christmas with Him as the unbe careful. This is dynamite." Paul's voice went on, but she hard- He hadn't seen her clearly enough, seen but nonetheless real Guest. In
She was suddenly alarmed, fright- ly heard it. Pierre Savoyard darted It now occurred to the terrified girl fact, let us do even more than that, ened at what Paul, with this danger- a brief venomous glance at her and that Pierre was still hunting for let us count Him into the intimate ous knowledge in his possession, walked swiftly out of the lanai. Steve. She must find him first! fellowship of our family circle (and 0
might do. She was afraid that his Without a word, Winthrop Lanning She did not hear footfalls in the two can make such a circle). That We have limited war-time quoua of our patented, guaranteed, "ZIP-HONKhatred of Steve might urge him into followed. He did not even glance at path. She heard nothing until the is what He wants to be-to you and KITS." For all stsodard daublc-edge safety razor blades.
something sheerly vindictive. Zonle. Grim-faced, he walked to the beam of a flashlight, its lens coy- to me-this Christmas Day, 1944. Incredibly lengthens blade life. Better shaves. Takes but a moment. Pays foe
"Paul," she said tremulously, "I curtained door as if at any instant ered with blue cellophane flashed i May his joy be yours in full IPon over smpe antiapstivE ETOc.
want you to promise me you'll do he might break into a run. Once her face, then was lowered to the measure. That is the wish of the anywereinU.S.A.andtoservicemen ad women overseas uponreceipt of acly
nothing until we've considered it." he was outside, Zone was sure she dead girl lying in the path, and writer of these lines, and it goes t.25Ia moneyorderorcheck. OrC.Q.D.inU.S.A.for$1.25 Us smapostal
"We've very little time," he an- collecioncharge(NooerseasC.0.D.shipments.)
g. inrop innings amazed voice Print names and addresses Plainly. (Nocashoraapsspleas
swerved. "Less hhan an hour." For a moment she stood listening said, "Miss Corey! Why dd you d er who may be in the uttermost part SPECIAL LIMITED OFFEsn. 5cedisount on orders for five or more kit. Baythis way
She looked at the luminous dial to Paul, watching the play of eager- this?" of the earth. A blessed Christmas for service friends. National Bank references.
"wrist-watch. It said ten-six. ness in his lean, pale face. (TO BE CONTINUED) to Younam of____ ___ _o_ ._ 0._ Box_767._San _Jose. _California








FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944


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Lt. Bassett Tells- NOTICE OF APPLICATION At this season we should all subject ourselves
(Continued fromS page 1) Stock YeDQ to re-examination, to see if good fellowship and
bondsContined6t frond ae. Ou CD A Si n County Judge's Court, Je1fftersonr
bonds on the 6th bond sale. Our A good run of hogs and a lighL run CLASSIFIED County, Florida.
quota was $137,000.00. Estate of Roland J. Carroll, deceased. kindness still survive as a practical combination
Kiwaian of cattle are reported at the stock To WOM IT MAY CONCERN:
yard, Monday. Hogs sold about a FOR SALE 1 Kroll Crib, with steel Notice is hereby given that I have to bring happiness to the human heart. Each of
his brother Lt. Burt Bassett of the quarter lower and cattle sold strong springs and waterproof mattress. filed my final report as Adrinistrator to higher than last week. Chifferobe to match. Prewar. Julius ceased: that I have filed my petition us holds in his hands the key to this combination.
on leave after an absence of several Best steers & heifers 10.00 to 13.00 Goldberg. 1te f natdischarge, and that I will apyersBedu sters & heifers To0 to 103.00 Godeg t ply to the Honorable Thomias B. Bird, Let us use it during this Christmas season of 1944
years. Medium steers & heifers 6 to l0.00 riiouty Judge, of Jeferson County
Lt. Bassett was the guest speaker. Best cows .8 to 11.00 FOR RENT Modern 5 room house, a ti orice in the Court Houa
mco .s. .0 to 8.00 O aENTd e5 Joak Foune tofninuary, A.oir D. l 9 he for aproa tohoinfr ram noraiis r
He discussed the nature of the work Mediu mcows 5 to 8.00 lights and water, see Jack Foun- fdor final dischar as1a1 or
he has been in. Having been with a Old thin cows 2 to 5.00 tain, or phone 47-R. ministrator of the estate of Roland J.
Pacific task force for eight months, Bulls May we add our glad Christmas greetings to
he was able to speak from experience. C0,Dated this 8th of Deceor. A. D. 1914.
hewa bl tsea fo epeinc.Calves 6 to 12.50* Dae hsSfio rIC) CARItOLL, the many which are finding their way to you?
The carriers, he said, are usually "out WANTED TO RENT small furnished Admnistrator of the estate of noland
front," first to meet the enemy and No. o .12.25 house or housekeeper apartment Nc 1 29.
ethe wa for the landing forc- for nurse. Inquire Health Dept. Itp ~ 2~
prepare y No. 2 hogs .12.301
es. The small "Jeep" carriers carry No. 3 hcgs .10.85
engage the enemy in defense of trans-No. 4 hogs .1. a.er neR satr ne3 ge
engof trans- No. 5 hogs 1005 heater, new starter, nev generator.
ports and landing craft. Liht N hogs . 9.05 Looks good. Tires fair. See
He outlined the way in which work Roughs6 to 11.00 F. Dixon at Bus Station. Dive tL B. C. SMITH'S CASH GROCERY
of the land and air forces is coordin- Feeder s 6 to 12.00 of Thomasville bus. Itp.
ated by means of maps, models, pho- There will be no sale next Monday, tos and radio communication. Christmas Day; but there will be a 'WANTED full size iron bed and
Recounting the story of the naval sale every Monday thereafter. springs. Phone 121-R. Itp.
action which followed the landing on
Leyte he said there was an ominous NOTICE TO OREDITORS 0
silence preceding the surprise appear- (133 PROBATE ACT, SECS. 119, 120) LOST-Black and white spotted hi litWake hond $25 rewar u(WJd for inance of a strong enemy force which In the Court o the C Walker hound. $25 rewa
attacked a light U. S. Navy squadron I rE tt Jefferson County, Floi formation leading to arrest and
Eonvatie of peso or persons con
east of Leyte. His vivid description Michalena Majewski, Deceased. eviction of person or persons who
of this acUon recalled and amplified To All Creditors and persons laviig took this dog front my kennel and the story as published in the news. E-state. orDmad gis ad recovery of dlog. James Ward Itp.
You and each of you are hereby___________________ }
For some unknown reason, he said, notedaadl ruined topes an'^
the enemy left the scene of action and claims and demands which you, or WANTED TO RENT-Small furnishmissd aproabl chnceto estoy either of y'ou, niay have against tire e
missed a probable chance to destra ed apartment, or room with kitchen
the entire squadron. deceased, late of said Counlty, to the privileges, by soldier's wife and child.
The average service man, said Lt. C Jut of ice I iii ount, Address A-W c/o News Office. It
Bassett, wants to get home and wants f said Cohtv at toiticelio Flo ia a within eight calendar months fi-oni tire
to find things much as he left them; ime of the first publication of this .o a o o
the clubs, schools, churches and aitine.Each claih or demand shall he in writing, and shall start, the place of F i
homes carrying on and well support- residence and post office address of ed. In other words, he wants the ie claimant, and shall e sw.or o b
beclant, his agent.,ra uruy
folks back home to "Preserve the nd any such elaim oir demand net so
American way of life." MAX J. BILINSKT op., 1944
-__ _ As administrator of the i of
Michalena Majewskl. deceased.
First publication November 2 th., 1944.
Local Pilot Now- EACH CHRIS____s
(continued from page 1) NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1)ECm CHdgTMAS as
of the planes were badly shot up, (119a3 PeOwATE that love is the
but landed safely. In the court of thre county Judage,
Jefterson County. Florida. only binding power of
The pilots were Lt. Comdr. E. J* n re: Estate of In P'roate- the
Huxtable, Norfolk; Lt. H. B. Bassett, Rutherford B. Human, Deceased. the world. In these dark
Monticello, Clailln or i and) e.g avinst Said days of late December
NtcOrleans; Ens. Barham F. Dil- astate: o m Ait when the brightness of
You and each of you are betebym
lard, Greenville, S. C.; Lt. Charles W. otified and required to present any smiles M es am k
Ellwood, Mobile, Ala., and Enis. Jos- linsi and oleanrds which at l amends for- lac k of
ither of you, mcay halve aais to 6
eph D. McGraw, DeWett, N. Y. Each state of Ru-therford B Shuman, ae- brightness overhead, we
o fthe pilots made 10 to 12 strafing Ca Jd ge osaidJefronf Cotyti again send our most
runs throhgh heavy antiaircraft fire, Florida, at his office in the court house hearty Christmas Greetand even after ammunition was ex- f sid ogty at ont ll. n lot ia ings
hausted made dummy diversionary inme of the first publication of this ALL THE GOOD OLD ings.
otice. Each claim or demand shall be
r writing, and shall state the place of FASHIONED SPIRIT The men are now all on leave in esidence and post office address of
the Unted Sateslie claimant, and shall he sworn to by
the United States. 01 n ne o ojey OF THE SEASON isr
hie ctlicant. Is agent. oi attorney, O H ESNI
nd any such claim or demand not so
filed shall be void. EXPRESSED IN THIS "t
RATION NEWS00 As executor of th Last Ai Iand SIMON
STestament of Rutherford B. Shuman, H R
As~ exeuto ofu th atWl n ERYSM O Sore
.RCSE FO.ODS deceased. D u
PROCESSED FOODS Ii t publication November 24th., 1941. Cty DStore
No. 22-No. 21, De. 1-8-1,.
MEATS AND FATS 4'^^^ NOTICE, OF GENERAL, ELECTrION I
Blue A-8 through B-2 (book 4) now Merr
valid at 10 points each. Good in- In accordance with resolutions of the
definateood Town Council passed D)ecember 5th
definitely. 1144 instructing me to call the MuniciRed A-8 through S-5 (book 4) now pal n forisineas
1945, 1 hereby call said etectieim toh
valid at 10 points each for use with held on the 8th day of January 1945, .the Hame being the 2nd Mlonday,.
tokens. Both good indefinitely. The e gbe i on iheby orTh regist ra tion hoobak is hrebl
SUGAR dered opened by the Town Clerk in he YOU'VE BEEN THE
office on the 26th day of Decembtier
Sugar stamps No.'s 30, 31, 32, 33 1). 1944 and kept open until the 5thua indefinitely. Th following officers are to o HERE'S WISHING FOR M A R__L
Canin The i fo loyrwin aHn-dTanrin Marshal and Tax oII clor TRANSFER & STORAGE
Stamp No. 40 good for five pounds Tax Assesrsr to serve for one I Loa and nDi Bstnc
canning sugar until Febiuary 28, ".ho shall hold office for two years andocal ad Lo Distance
sugar 0 o~odp operat inal Flol, Ga.fAl. T as another Christmas
1945. Apply to local boards for sup- three members of the J)eocratic We operate in Fla., Ga. a
195.Aplytoloalbord fr up ru~tive Committee who shall holdl office I S. C., Tenn., and Miss.
plemental rations. for two years. C. ena mnt
Canning Sugar Deadline for appli- e o rn npinted t holdat Clyde H S u Moden quoi en
krho followingn ampied t hoor. Clyde H.S ul very3 grdIsrdt h world a new hora- for the
cations extended to Feb. 1, 1945. conductt said election: Mrs. T. BMc Donald, Mrs. John Cook. C. L. JonesO,
SHOES Inspectors, and T. G. Bishop. Clerk. ice Phone 09 brotherhood of man, of peace and
Airplane starmps No. 1, 2 and 3 RZICHARIID H. SIMPSON, N Residce (33Phone W029
(book 3) valid indefinitely. No.2ayor. New Warehouse 03 W. Gaines good will, so may this Christmas bring
FUEL OIL2 5 --- Tallahassee, Fia. us the hope of a brotherhood of peace
Period 4 and 5 coupons from last
year and Period 1 coupons for this g7 a
season now valid. BRASWELL'S Offers Practical Things For Christmas &Try This New Amazing This priceless gift is within our reach
GASOLINE,
A-13 coupons valid through Decem- Giving-Or For Your Own Use. let us accept it that the sufferber 21. Rationing rules now require
that every car owner write his license MEN'S & BOYS Pants-for dress or work. Work Shirts- ings of the past may not be the mirrorthatmee arstt own wiec hisline Hats-Sweaters-Dresw Suits-Bath Robs-Ties-Sos-- An outstanding Success-- ed sufferings of the future. number and state on each gasoline Handkerchiefs-Belts-Suspenders-Work ad Dress Shoes In Canada-Made in U.S.A couponGreat for BIhil Coughs Of Let this Christmas bring to all of us
Nice line Jackets-leather and others. Throat Irritations Due to Colds tekoldeta t esg a
Slips --Gowns Coats-Bedroom, 'the King or all cough medaicines tekoldeta t esg a
LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE Slippers- foi coughs or bronchial irritations
BRING YOUR HOGS Sweaters--Skirts- Bloues-Hose-Long Cots-Jackets resuada is Bcly CANitl b orelves the of
Mixture. Fast workding-triple act- dedicate orevsto the rincoal o
CHILDREN'S Pajamias-Bath Robes-Baby Blankets- lng Bickley's Mixture quickly hoos- go
,ns and raises phlegm lodged in the peace and godwill aogall.
AND CATTLE TO Sweaters--Long Coats-Hoods. tubes-clears air passages-soothes
rasped raw tissues, one or two sips
MONTICELLO STOCK YARDcougingspas as.
You get results fast. Youi feel the
MONICLL SOC Y RD Also- BEDSPREADS -BLANKETS -SUITCASES effect of Buckleys Instantly.
Compounded frola rare Canadian
healing ingredients BuckAley's CANAuctIon every Monday, antd getC th in Basmadohrsohn LRD pJj ,uit cig .v
hihet aretprices. Sae obacco ClothS ADIOL Mlixture Is different from,
highest market pie.Sale
starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock anyhing you e'er
BRASWELL'Swl cTtion-no syrup. Get a bottle toHatds. Swea erH--dtuy at any go drug Store. SatisHandkerchiefsuBeltion gustenanteeWoor adotreystShoe








__ _ T. S. BRASW EL"VVHERE I OT ES .1~ n ood. 'le ak
ITIECOSTS LESS"HSDIONS CITY DRUG STORE Also BEDSPREADS -BL TEAD'S CASH DRUG STORE







FRIDAY, DECEMBE1 22, 1944 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA frvE


St, Their Bonds and Stamps Buy a jee
NWRBLONDIE Buy War Bonds
sals By Chic Yonng-King Features Syndicate, In.




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Warta Loan andy totlle $5,45 ine sales.uly hyexettohv bu
Duringenough war stamps and bonds by the middle of December to pay for two jep 4 for the red forces. The army sergeants in the picture motored over from
Sioux hails Air Field to show the boys and girls iust what their savings are purchasing. (Army Photo)




"1 *"'k







Tgels," which d owe 18tGermanafighter

Sold $373,300 in Three Previous Campaignse














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idAS WE APPROH the beloved anniversary WE OPE old Santa will not forget you this
of a great Event we are reminded again of the Christmas of 1944, but that he will cram that

His . many Christmas seasons we have seen come and stocking so full it can hold no more.








to indvidal and thege largestin singlerind a l w ,a t shi. Christmas to you all!
SWe are proud of the fact that we number among
S .ou customers many of the town's "oldest inhabradtaits"-frinds who have become dearer to us
Kid Behwith the Passing years. T cl -a,,! J. E IL aInd, is "Ae ric hs pr'ius record of
bon sle. Wthth sLhih chol ghis shoen in the picture lbe is making Once -Mi'aln we say Merry Christmas to all. e, E






bod aes Tt he six high school gilSwoarc com panying hal i on heprsntorf
the roud of New JeNrsey theatres, Jeools during the Sixth
War Loan. / 0 W LL\C
NEWARK, N. J.-With War Bond famed flying fortress, "Hell's An.sales totaling $373,300 to his credit in gels," whih dwnied 18 German fighter .
threejprevious drives, 12-year-old Carl planes in 48 missions over occupied J. Buer, Jr., of Verona, N. J., is out Europe.
to break his 'previous records during Said to be a spellbinder, Carl "sells" ST R
the Sixth War Loan. his audience thoroughly at every ap- TORREY'S 5 &r 10 T R
Accompanied by six attractive high pearance.





k eep hide busy thoahu tha e rive. bond hehaalks.v be i school girs, whom. he terms his "Bevy His achievement is the more remarkofBn oses"Cr a tre bebcuealslshv enmdround of schools, clubs, industries and to individuals and the largest single C. R. RANKIN
community bond rallies, which will sale was for $10,000. Nearly all of the The_ boy, who is believed to be Series E.'1 America's champion school War Bod Equallyt at, home in a factory or a W. J. WILLIAMS
salesman, is a student at Our Lady f on Carl Is known as the Lake School in Vcrona. He started Kid Behind the Man Behind the Gun" ------_________ ________selling War, Bonds during the Third and "America's Premier Young War U .,,W E E a EH E EE E E E
War Loan and totalled $5,450 in sales. Bond Salesman." During the Fourth War Loan he sold The six high school girls who are ccw 9450 worth and during the ifth complying him on the present tour of
27,00. His achievements have New Jersey circulate through the audi 70
brouht him a personal letter of core- ences and make actual sales after Carl IM-0 10 11,AXT.I-IA1,111A 1lo 1X1 VI,
Gration from President Roosevelt finishes one of his appealing sales a jeep ride and a plane ride in the talks.







THIRT1* 'VM,



TurdayMriday-Dec. 2-29



0,aveMy Dain

FboysM~e and Girl y
"SK C HS- ARIA Sprre Tuesday-Wednesday-Dec. 36-27

Her Primitive Man
with Louise Albrotton, Robert Page

Gridiron Highlights *
Foootbaal Thrills of 1944 S At Christmas perhaps more than at any otherI








HaPErU 1oaneSera (Cartoon er El d r time in the year we realize what it means to be
ThursdayFriday-Dec. 28-29 an American-to worship as we please, to
0, My Darling about our daily pursuits unfettered, to take~ timer s m a








"Par of the SEe oft NEu, Secio
Clementine IA out to pay homage to the beautiful myth of Santa frins Go d' with you, ofr
RoyAcuff and H s Smoky Mountain Z pagei
Boys end Girls lo Clau s. feet








LEST EWst 20 feet ENor T S Christh,
"SKI CHASE"-A Sportreel ot, Easts And at Christmas the members of this organ- uEndd







LThESTow Counci reere WRE NThe pnou ers.W a
Saturay Oly-De. 30ization realize patclrywhat your pauonourhars.Weca
particular patronage30 offer no more gracious
a has meant to us, and we take this opportunity to
King of the Cowboy andein hsYueie
thank you while wishing you all a most Merry
CKent Happy Christmas.
Chapter I of a new Serial Cartoone
Ii New Year
NOTICE Byew War Bond
Sealed bids will be received at the CECIL H R I G O '
City Hall until 5:00 o'clock~ P. M. on H R IG O '
January 2, 1945 on lot described as Service S C. W. HARRIS
"Part of the ET of NEHSB, Section29S S0, T2N, R5E, Deed Book ZZ, pageCO
4126," said lot measuring 8OY/ feet JA K T Y OYorG ce
East & West, 200 feet North & South,u ro
known as the Lindsey Lot, Easat End.
The Town Council reserves theI
eight to reject any and all bids. _______________o No. 28 -Dec. 29 Jan.5








six THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914

YOUR CHRISTMAS SEALS -___ ____------In Jefferson county the battle to
conquer tuberculosis has not yet been
WON. In certain families, where one
member after another has died o' .
tuberculoosis, it is the same old
ignorance, indifference and superstition that causes the campaign toH bog down.
The seal money is essential. It
pays for X-ray which makes possible
the early diagnosis of tuberculosis.
Late finding and late treatment are O
well nigh worthless. There are now Mas
two patients in the county, who have
put off treatment until, we fear, it is to you this year a meanlate.
e seal sale winds up this week ingl its joy and
you received seals bypeace and gladness than it ever has
ve not made your contribution,
,leasc do so at once. Seals for before.
hich you do not feel able to remit
biould be returned.
WKul bereune.9 Poised for Atack-Fist United rStates Amy Air Force to operate in l world-wide theatre of action, the 20th
Bomber Conoand has fo its sting
"e. weapon the new Boeing B-293 Sujpei -9rbv,(- ae o A R N E F R IU E C












sof lightsC andNChristmas its combat crew.

VFrom World's Largest Plant In a test
cell block, left, (-) of Dodge Ci
SPlant, Division of Chrysler Corporation, X.~ .y Ig~ 1-) B-29 engine gets its first test run. Spec%~., '~'~ fleshly built to turn out quantities of 2210 horsepower Wright Cyclone engines for
n the four-engined B-29, this plant is he
largest industrial unit in the world.
~ ~Harnessing Horsepower Symbolic of0 ithis huge moder plant, built to provide u tCengines for the Superfortress, is this v w
of a st cell building below, all.0
Mr. Dodge-Chicago Horsepower generated by
LOYA Yg Cycle engines running on test in loy othyl is harnessed to geneate e trinity for operating machinery to usip
ftll M1build still more engines.






































make~~~ 194 sccsfl
Holly and mistletoe, A~< ~'h& ~ ~ ~ ~ '"'".,o ~ soft lights and Christmas






































CHRISINIAS'
trees, gifts that mean an

outpouring of the spirittheatre of acti
Santa Claus is comingfor itsstriking fotrss A B-9 abve () take on ,4














With gratitude for ts c t c

f lyour continued friendically bq
ship we pause durinenie f

this bfuosuy Christna- B-2-,thiseplantist

season of 1944 to wish toIprovide
you the happiest Christ-Superfortress, F s
of af test celbilillblw ()a












s otLord's praer. Iris Richert and Det- and Clyde Vinson. Willie Thigpen

(Contenuad fiom page 1) ty Hamilton, choistes, sang Cland nine Lee Vinson placed
the Home Demonstration Club. The Little Town of Bethlehem," and boxes, one fo the 6th war loan drive C tricity fort. oprain machinery t heene













w eeSore arkened school room was beautiful- "SilentNil stand one for the Red Cross, to oly lighted with a wavy line of lighted Hubertina Bolioski and Leslie 1owell ceive the contributions, and the other
Mrs. D. 0. Adams candLacrossepresented Mary snd Joseph; Frank children, Virginia Wilford, Mirrorthe front of thpe st1) t Hopson, To Wootes and EuOene land Wooten s pcralde two
were used on the piaio and athe i Hopson were the Three Wise Men. e one for he t Thiedarkne schoo room Large batl SilentNight ."son ord and Jimmy Rich- Carolyn for and Cross, Powe
candls w hichfa extn ed clea acrossnd J m m ow l

stars were fashioned to shed their ert, as stretcher hearers, brought in added their gifts to
light directly on the manger scene,
ligt direfect ons teimanger scea wuddslieLvn Wnsn hlrnaigpr inl the program Sleighbells tinkling down old roads,
and the effect was strikingly beauti-ministered to by Orin Ham- With all on the stage, the program
ful. These decorations were made! t,
ful ThsedecraIons. wer mael as he Army doctor and closed with singing of "JOY to thefr oe laig n h ak h
by the pupils themselves.l
bylthe pupils thmsl e Bib an ces Harris, Red Cross nurse. World" and "There Is a Song in the sprtoNide. roigoe h
hWillie Tigpen read the Biblechildren were Air."
Hueria _oinkadeli owl cv h nb sa t land. Yes. 'tis the night before ChristHopon To mas and al Men are kin.
Hoso wrWe hope that your Christmas will


Bo Jbe merry and bright, and that you will w receive a full share of the good things
1 as th this happy season brings.




SOUTHERN AUTO STORE

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LOYALTY works both TS C:H RISNIMA

onWays. You have beenevrd h C
loyal to US, and we are What a stauncher tree than the oak, and what

etauncher friends than ours? Each year at
To YOU, our friends, who Let's celebrate by reaping hristmastime we realize more keenly than ever
haeso 'helped us to on every (lay what Christimas thtorscesi hi omnt sdel
I aeis and what it means. Le I thtorscesi hscm uiyi epyIm
j make 1944 successful, I celebrate by never dobtn rooted in the firm soil of friendship. We cannot
we send the friendliest of that eventually Good shl tell you insKaywrshw uhteefinl
triumph. Let's celebrate by tlyui omn od o uhteefinl
making children happy and
by opening our hearts to
those in But we know you will understand.
That's the way to have the n this spirit of appreciation we send our sincc
Merry Christmas we wish
UI1LLIIGiJ for you. 'ihgood Chita ihstIYUadt l hs Texas Shipped Dressed
for you.ou
I j der t yu.TURKEYS Any Size-lb 49c

i Doled Ccoiee'Bailey Stokely
MALLOY'S PcnSoeJULIUS' I CHASE &Rl SANBQRNI625C
Pecan Store
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Christm tAim for aPalge iPrice List Containe iing Hundreds of Bargains.
tell___you__in__so__many___words__how___much__these___friendly__








FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA SEVEN

-C. H-ead, distributed the gifts, after FULLER-CLARK families and out-of-wxvn guests. Mrs. Fifteen Of States
which a delicious chicken salad course
fruit cake and coffee were served. The First Methodist Church was di Mrs. ite reciti ngth



end__inPthrbyidallpartveThandeceptendhsllnExtesionWorker tithe scene Sunday afternoon of a loveMr.ly marriage ceremny, uniting Miss and living room were decorated with
sonn den Club met at the home of Mrs. Roberta Clark of Monticello and Wal- sinlax and lge bouquets of white
yGeorge Mills, Monday afternoon with ter P. Fuller, of St. Petersburg. The and bronze chrysanthemums. In the Gainesville, Flaa-Cheristma this
-issMrs. Terry Kidder, Mrs. Lee Bishop wedding took place at 4:30 in the




diningsroomltheabrids'sstablndwns yarefinds 15yFloridarExtensionelerv Mrs. Ernest Clark spent the week- Mrs. Charles Pritchett is visiting and Mrs. Jim Lacy as co-hostesses, afternoon, with the Rev. J. L. Hunter, cvrdwt ht ie aakiewresi h re evcso




folidays. ate herh hom init Leesurg N.as C., waser the recen gumst ofrvMr.sand end in Perry. relatives and friends in Dothan, Ala., The living room was beautifully pastor of the church, the o
ithis week. decorated to carry out the Christmas minister. The church was beautifully cloth and centered with a low ar- their country in various parts of t
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hileman and theme. Mrs. S. 0. Hill, immediate decorated with smilax, evergreen rangemient of white carnations and world and two who have been alreai!,'
son, Byron, Jr., are spending the boll- Miss Mildred Dickeirt is spending past chairman, presided in the ab- boughs, large white chrysanthemums white tapers in silver candelabra. The discharged, says A. P. Spencer, days with relatives in Leesburg. the Christmas holidays at her home sence of Mrs. Alfred Foster. and lighted white tapers in candela- three-tiered bride's cake was placed
in Daytona Beach. Mrs. T. M. Brasell gave a good bra. t oe end of the table and Mrs. VMiss Louise Beyers, one of the local report o the potted plants to be sent A program of nuptial music was cent Howard presided at the silvergroup are in the Army, five in the





toaalwspta.anMrse paydnd Ms.Jaescofeesevie tRheoppsiegidnNvy
high school teachers is spending the Mrs. May W. Hamrick of Shelby, trriv Mabry R. Cooksey, e aja n
holidays at her home, in Leesburg. N. C., was the recent guest of Mr. and to Finne General Hospital. Mrs. organist, before the ceremony. This The guests were served sandwiches, W. W. Bassett, Jr.,
Mr._oerRany__thirhmei Norbert Stephens reported the min- included Schubert's "Ave Maria,' and wedding cake and coffee by the Miss- boys' 4-H1 club agent, is in Europe,





wer reentvistorinMonicelo. A.M. Patte-ran in their home n s
Miss Frances Mashburn left Fri- East End. utes of the directors meeting and also Wagner's "Evening Star." Mrs. es Evelyn and Dorothy Lee of Talla- having participated in invasions at
diy for Ashburn Ga., to spend the prepared the Christmas dining table. Hewlett Anderson sang Cadmans hassee. Normandy and elsewhere. Major
holidays at her home there. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Loeb Will This exhibit was done as a Christmas "At Dawning" and d'Hardelot's "Be- After a wedding journey the couple Thos. K. MClane, Jr., agent in Bradspend Christmas Day in Ashburn, package, the white cloth with wide cause." :will reside at 4561 Third Avenue, -ford,is in the Pacific. Captain Stuart
Mrs. J. R. Hagin of Plant City, Fla. Ga., visiting her parents, Mr. and red ribbon with red candles and -As the strains of the wedding march South, in St. Petersbui'g. C. Bell, agent fin Holmes, and Capt.
is visiting her son and daughter-in- Mrs. J. A. Fairdloth. Christmas greens in the bow at the with s. Fegan, the daghe oMr A. M. McNeely, Jr., distant agent
law, Mr and Mrs. W. R. Hagin. center, simulating a wrapped gift. and Mrs. Robert E. Clark, was born
Mrs. E. H. Hampton will arrive Mrs. Foster decorated a tray of the after th churc ohe i arrofgher, in Meeker, Colorado, and came to Capt. W. J. Platt, Jr., agent in Sum-.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Terrell and Saturday to spend the Chiistmas holi- scene of the birth of Christ and the i Florida from Denver in 1926. She
Here only atnatwshrite, graduated from Sarasota Hligh School small son, Lamar, Jr., of Lament, days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mwise me. Ga
were recent visitors in Monticello. A. M. Patterson in their home in East Lovely gifts were exchanged from eSnd Massey Business College in Do- tou Jn Raymond Mls age
________nd the tree which adorned one corner of The bride wore a suit of forest than, Ala. Prior to her marriagec,sandL.PR.M ulegn:
End. n St. Johns, are also in foreign servM iss F rnesi e Bird is vis tin M iss w h ite t h lg e r epe with a o s of sheS w a J alne in T heilawdoiea ice. L t. F rancis X B renneis of D ixi
Billy Powell in Thomasville, Ga., Miss Martha Ann Bird, a student AMarytM. white crrfe a at nd County, is in Kentucky and Kennet
where she will be a guest at the sub- at Deveiaux School near Philadelphia, wrss Her corsag was a sigl L Mr. Fuller, a native of Bradenton, Clark of Washington County, is in
intothedinng o where Ms.Lc white orchid, and she carried a white'has served as State Represorntative deb dance this evening. Pennsylvania, has arrived to spend poured coffee. Oth hments prayer book. Her accessories were officer candidate school. First Lieut.
JE.ovr r of sandwiches, salted nuts, homemade black.
S a r a w d sa M ho i candy and fruit cake, were served of the House of Repiesentatives in
isit N Mrs. Dekle wore a simple gown of 1942. At present he is on the stafftisatnmtoenWhs
Christmas In, Gainesville 'xlth her Iat their home in East End. buet style. lm crp wih bak cesoeof"eFoidn"inS.Ptsug, The five members of the Navy resone andp daghe-i-lw Mr.c andsreo Th lrda, n t ee-br serve, all on sea duty, are Lt. (jg)
own and carilsa ge and bronze and a chilnyeyearsrhasepublished-JosehfC.,Bednoleeaassistantbinsland
Mrs. Parks Carmichael. S. Rissman of Chicago, en route to BUFFET SUPPER HONOR chrsanhemms The groom wassan wekl "Fllrsalriadete.
Miami, will arrive Friday for a week- BRIDAL COUPLE SATURDAY by Max Hunter, of St. Pet- Guests were Mrs. Julia Fuller, Max





Mr._andMrs.ende.dMartninnd Mssnhasee, wilispendEhesweekend a.
Miss Frances Jane Sauls, Miss Jane end visit with his daughter-in-law, hrCpl.seeins anssin in Ensign
MLeod, Miss Mary Martin and Mrs. Mrs. S. Rissman, and his small grand- A buffet supper was given at the ErsKee Can brother he bre and uhe aluo St.esburg, M.Bgie, agnt in Ba, EnRobert Hlrk Miller, an empoye ofdadduhealo t eesurM .Mleaeti aadEi
Maurice Loeb were among the shop- son at the home of Mrs. Rissman's orm of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Clark and A. Frank O'Kelly, Jr., of Talla- Mr. and Mrs. J. Velma Keen, Mr. and
peers in Tallahassee Monday. parents, Mr and Mrs. L. R. Rainey on Saturday evening, December 16, hassy t Mrs.th. Mrs. Oaekiy, and y M
on Waukeen street. honoring their daughter, Miss Rober- ad c e Ml Jn
J. E. Lovvorn, Jr., arrived from i ta Clark, and Walter P. Fuller, who se Mrs. Clark, mother of the bde, daughter, Louise, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Capt. D. F. owell, former extenChicago Tuesday for a few days' Corporal Mack Keen who is sta- marriage took place Sunday after- wore an afternoon gown of blue crepe. Clark, Jr., Mrs. C. J. Hightower, Mr's. sion poul tryman, and Lt. Ben L, visit with his sister, Mrs. Keathley tioned at Camp Gordon Johnston, noon, December 17. -Her corsage was of fusehia colored Geanie Lee, Miss Evelyn Lee, Miss Gittings, former agent in Citrus and
Bowden and family. Carrabelle, and Mrs. Keen and chil- Small tables were placed in the cyclamen, matching the ti'im of her Dorothy Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. -Martin counties, have been discharged
dren, Sandra and Suzanne, of Talla- living room which was decorated with black hat. The groom's mother, Mrs. Crabtree, Mr and Mrs. Vincent How- from the Army and have resigned Mr. and Mrs. J D. Martin and Miss hassee, will spend the week end and large bouquets of chrysanthemums Julia Fuller, wore blue crepe with a ard, and Miss Lucille Bullard, all of from the Florida work. Iris Coninell entertained several Christmas Day here with Cpl. Keen's and greenery. Guests included the matching hat and corsage of pink Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. John__________friends at a wild turkey dinner Tues- mother, Mrs. L. M. Keen. honorees, Miss Clark and Mr. Fuller, carnations Brownlee, of Fort Myers, Mr. and
day evening. Mrs. Julia Fuller, mother of the The bridal couple left the church Ms. H. E. Van Arsdall and daughter, CHRIST EP
Robert H. Miller, an employee of groom, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. O'Kelly, to the strains of the wedding march Joana of Lake City, Lt. anid Mrs. Hal, The Rev. E. L. Baxter, Rector




hasm bee stationed others asam instructorvana, a. adh Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hagin announce the U. S. Department of the Interior, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clark of the birth of a son, John Randolp, geological survey, together with Mrs. Tallahassee., Lt. and Mrs. Hal P as the old sexton rang the steeple Rev. J. L. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. J. A midnight Christmas eve service
weighing 7 1/2 pounds, on Decembe Miller and children, Melba Jean and Dekle, of Savannah, a., and Max bell. C. W. Frishmuth, Mrs. N. Car- will be held at 11:30 o'clock. Carols
14th, 1944. Gerald, arrived in Monticello a few Hunter of St. Petersburg. Immediately following the cere- michael, Mrs. J. R. Cooksey, Mrs. will be sung and the public is cordialemony a small reception was held at Hewlett Anderson and Mr. and Mrs ly invited to attend. There will be dieces Agrge an Sally, GM:i ofdill olloinguppetheno Christmas Day service.
Mrs. J. F. Goff and daughter, Pat- spend the holidays with Mrs. Miller's went to the church for the wedding the home of the bride's parents for Robert Curtis of Monti ty, have left for Mountain Home, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Sasser, at rehearsal. Idaho, to join Captain Gaff, who their home on the Grooverville road.
has been stationedl there as instructor CARD OF THANKS
after return n from overseas duty. Lt. nd Mrs. H. Burt Bassett and
two sons, Burt, Jr., and Tim, ae We wish to take this means of
Mr and MSa. Theodore Sloar of spending two weeks here with Mr. expressing our deep appreciation for
Moultrie, Ga., and the latter's young 'and Mrs. W. WV. Bassett. Lt Bassett the expressions of sy ni-athy' floral nieces, Agnos and Sally GMi een of has recently returned from the Pai- offerings and other acts of kindness Daytona spent Sunday here with Mr. fit, where as torpedo pilot aboard the shown during the illss and death and Mrs. W. L. Maige. navy aircraft carrier, Gambler Bay, of our- mother, Mrs. Sar ah Elizabethl e '0
he took part in the battle of the Phil- Alligood. e' ssse
Mr. and Mi.s. Emory Morris and ippines. Mr. and Ms We CM Simpson
daughter, Sally, of Charlotte, N. C., and Family
will arrive Saturday to visit Mr. and Miss Maida Harrington, home ecoMrs. Malcolm Morris in their home in nomic teacher in the Monticello High REAL ESTATE 14
East End. School left Monday to spend the hell-'I
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. If you want a farm,
Mrs. J. B. Neel of Brooksville, will J. S. Harrington, in Canal Point. She a house, or some land" spend Christmas here with her sister, was accompanied by Clyde Sauls, Jr., see
Miss Bessie Henderson, and brother, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. T. J. MARTIN
J. Henderson, in their home in Palmer Sauls, who is making a holiday visit
Mill Road. .there. Monticello Florida

Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Stephens will CHURCH OF CHRIST
have as holiday guests the latter's Meets at Womans Club
mother, Mrs. J. F. Alred, of Fort
Myers, and brother and sister-in-law, Sunday Bible School 11 A. M.
Lt. (j.g.) and Mrs. James Allred of Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.
Atlanta, Ga. Thursday, Midweek Service 8 P. M.
______ You are cordially invited to attend
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Van Dalsem, of these services.
Moultrie, Ga., will arrive Saturday to V. F. McCulloch, of Tallahassee,
be the holiday guests of their son-in- will preach at morning and evening
law and daughter, Judge and Mrs. services.
Thomas B. Bird.

Mrs. W. D. Sawyer who has been C b
visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Garden News
Mr. and Mrs. Pidgeon, in Oneronta,
N. Y., will go to Harrisburg, Pa., for The Founders Garden Circle met
a visit with her sister before return- on Monday afternoon at the home
ing to Monticello. of Mrs. J. B. Brinson, Jr. Mrs. T. L.
Clarke, Jr., and Mrs. DeWitt KuderA4 Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Randall of At- were co-hostesses.
lanta, Ga., on their way to Tampa for After a brief business session prea visit with relatives, will spend to- sided over by Mrs. R. T. Wallace,
night here with Mrs. Randall's bro- chairman, a horticultural quiz was
ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. conducted by Mrs. F. A. Brink. At
Jack Taylor. the conclusion of the quiz, the leg
ends of three Christmas symbols, mis-. Mrs. Richard Gilbert expects to tletoe, poinsettia and the Christmas Christmas trees are again V
visit her brother, Albert Ames, in tree were read by Mrs. H. W. Fraser, gleaming in the windows
Jacksonville during the Christmas Mrs. T. L. Clarke, Jr., and Mrs. J. M. ******** ***** Yes we know that buying war bonds is
holidays. She will be joined there by Care. necessary, is important -- and represents
her mother, Mrs. G. S. Ames, of Tea was served in the ining room Just about time for us to a saving for ourselves.
Miami. from a table most effectively decorat- be thinking of how much
ad with Chr'istmas greens. We are indebted, to you. V
Lieut. R. E. Knight of the U. S. Mrs. J. B. Brinson, Sr., Mrs. E_ B. And just about time LET'S GET DOWN TO EARTH and realize
Army Air Corps and Mrs. Knight, Bailey, Sr., and Mrs. Frank W. Crowe fl that knowing all these things is just the
will come over from Tallahassee to ve'e guests. first step.
spend Christmas Day here with the None of all this means a thing until we
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer The Nosegay Garden Circle met more cheer and good will gs
Rainey. S Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the than all the big words wa o nd i t th ons e
home of Mrs. J. G. Anderson, with ta hve vr benJ would normally buy . and even that
Mrs. W. A. Allaband and children, Mrs. M. A. Tripp, Mrs. C. W. Harris coined- At isn't going to help a lot unless
Winfield and Joan, of Spartanburg, and Mrs. 0. C. Head joint hostesses, bonds is something that caries a
S. C., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James The home was beautifully decorat- rHNo. 1 priority. We've been told WE KEEP THE BONDS WE BUY
Cooksey in their home on West Wash- ed in keeping with the Christmas sea- So, let's forget the blaring bands and
ington street. Mr. Allaband will join son. Miss Ivie Connell presided over lEi CHISTMAS the speed with which our fighting men the waving flags and
them here for Christmas. a short business session, then Mrs. can reach Berlin and Tokyo. We know
anda that our sacrifice in buying war bonds is really pitch in and BUY .-_ _John Cook gave the Bible story of a ohn owa u e ntefgt A OD n
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mays and chil- the Nativity, after which a poem en- ing fronts must sacrifice, then Keep 'eml
dren, Elizabeth and Parkhill, Jr., of titled "Bethlehem" was read by Mrs. H NWYEAR
Miccosukee, are spending the holi- J. D. Martin, interspersed with Christdays in Gulfport, Mississippi, with ins carols sung by Mrs. Willard E. Princess
Mr. Mays' mother, Mrs. D. H. Mays, Leisy.
Sr.; who is at the home of her daugh- The program chairman, Mrs. W. J. Shop COMPANY
ter, Mrs. Alvin Spindler. Miss Eliza- Bullock, then passed drawing paper
beth Mays of Atlanta is joining the and pencils for each one to design Burlene Finney
family for Christmas. During the some Christmas decoration. There '1
holidays the group will visit in Floe- proved to be quite a number of artists ty atle$t o evhw $100 War d, aho po !!w duy ek R&A Wr .e
ala, Ala., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. in the circle.
John Gill and Mrs. Mays will remain Mrs. C. W. Harris in her usual
there for the rest of the winter, pleasing manner, assisted by Mrs. 0.




The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. 1),eny r nec'mbr 22. 1944


,~ ~ Was Star of Bethlehem History and Legend of Trees and Cribs Making Doll House

IA Natural Phenomenon? Furniture Is Fun

lERE is miniature furniture l

Four astronomical hypotheses sz ics n itegr
have evolved from the consideration an

















ate wawaite will help yourd ringnc-n the of the Star of Bethlehem as a ator and th
A tpe r st u phreyl s a ld t o eo u e
ntal phenomenon-specifically the pos- ,I'' A~~ hi ih mtcig otmn
sibilities of its having been a mes hasnr been saucho mytoand e oteor, a comet, a new star, or the ne, we eair t is covered
conjunction of two or more It's so a f e prIt



















a am newaonesi
with aoo cheeron o aer foe pit
Buffet Style Is wt asmlamuto wte. A meteor is a very transient and ~~>~Tednn omfriuei l
Brngtemgntytoa ol n ltlocal phenomenon. Under no cir- ~ ~~,made of straight blocks but the
Mdeal for New Year's them boil for several minutes, until cumstances could a meteor be visi- chairs are smartly upholstered in
all the water is cooked away. Then ble for more than a few seconds
Entertaining let the sausages brown, turning on and one large enough to attract the FR y
all sides so they will have an even attention of ordinary observers fLE q*g p W color. Sausages cooked like this would have had its place of impact N TE




















be elaborateed but thy holdb will be done thoroughly with their co mmem
Flavor fully developed. They will Tradition credits Hipparchus with
not have lost the plumpness that is having noted, in 134 B. C., a brilso attractive when they are served. liant new star where previously no
Spaghetti With Chicken Livers.
raber(Serves 6to 8)
A.ss. ot. e pound spaghetti
2 tablespoons shortening
,ups canned tomtoe or onian Christmas trees and cribs, within of the masses to read and th re
2 cpscane tmatesorI respective spheres of influence pro- vailin lack of books during te mid























Snacks Suggeston III
tpghtt With video focal points for observant die a Bible was frequ
Teaspoon pepper the season. terpreted by literal represent ai
Sound grated American cheese Legendarily, the Christ Child In 1223 St. Francis of Assisi, hop72 pound fresh mushrooms blessed the huge pine which shel- ing to inspire greater religious fer- bright oilcloth to simulate leather,
S1pound chicken livers 'A,1 ,tered the Holy Family during the vor among the faithful, received spe- The be wit uposee head
I, ~ teaspoon saltflgtitEgp.capemsinfo th Ppeo
~~Cook spaghetti in boiling, salted fihinoEytcalprsinfom hePetopiece is especially glamorous and
A strange child was received hos- present a tableau of the Nativity the dainty dressing table hasa






















Snac Suggstio IV.r Danan is
maolded Fruit Salad al o
tpitably into the hut of a poor wood scene
























ind Scice Turkey ando Hampaddto ndfl
Sicutter who lived on the edge of a On Christmas eve of that year
SHeat fat in skillet ~ ~great forest. At midnight the fain- Greccio, Italy, representatives of the skirt. The nursery is also well fur- "
and brown finely ily was awakened: looking out of wished with attractive pieces.

























GWist for an Newe Year'sa eveasupcut onion in it. the window, they beheld the little ters (a young mother laid her "baseveAdd spaghetti, to- fm a
matoes, salt and ~~~~~stranger clad in gleaming radiance bino" in the Manger), real, live ai- pten rdmnin o utepee

























fi buffetras infor-in fral hepecs
yand surrounded by a choir of angels: als sheep and oxen, finally obedi- f this furniture with Illustrated directions
cheese. Cook the fir tree beneath the window was eat after hours of tugging and shov or making. Patterns and directions ar
Waffies. and sausage, an old-fash- slowly until well covered with silver nuts and lights, ing, took their place within the chan. also given Sor the lamps and other a4.
Aband favorite, will help you ring the blended. Serve in cessories. Pattern 273 gives all directing
ape anr tut and Ne with for making the doll house. Patterns ae 1
414 yle with Tree for armed in wihacelandronaplter e Child revealed his identity: This first crib was such an imme- cents -each., Send direct to:
vrwsll.garnished wihfried mushrooms and Treframdforces iIcln,,"I am the Christking, bringing diate sensation that the presentaI ensc a er sauteed chicken livers, star had been: and since Tycho happiness to good children. This fir tion of the Nativity scene at Greccio MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
forwhsntbensuh a d toar Molded Fruit Salad. Brahe discovered his famous nova tree shall be my emblem." became an annual event attracting Bedford Hills New York
fts irAnd a we lok forard t (Seres 8)in 1572, many new stars have been The Druids were worshipers of many visitors to the heretofore ob-Drwr1
Awe awzt one, we 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin tentatively identified as the Star of Thor to whom the Thunder Oak was scr ilg.Fmu rb pag Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
for many cup hot water Bethlehem sacred. St. Wilfred, standing amid ordered.
Oetnw things tos I cup maraschino cherry juice and Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, and Venus his Christian conivetfldth up and were presented throughout Name .
























stss won'td mind goinger into thealEroe
-41tir wen in / 1 water are planets visible to the naked eye. oak to symbolize the severance of southeus andecentonds.urope.
thecup sliced, seeded grapes Computation has figured that jupi- all connections with heathen Druid During the Renaissance, painted Addressrond.up.for
is2 pears, peeled and sliced ter, Mars and Saturn were in con- rites. The old tree split into four landscape backgrounds, and increase

























pishes aosl want.nd rmitigyralsi igrs icl ld
4mad hope, a nd cup maraschino cherries, sliced junction in the year 7 to 6 B. C., picsaatfl nfo t veryinyrelscfgusihycad
St oo cup finely minced celery as such a phenomenon occurs about center, a young fir tree point elaborate shrines and processions
4w t celebrate the occasion. 1 pink grapefruit, peeled and sec- every 800 years; it is impossible to ward, endowed the cribs with the characiWether you're jushaigyu tioned include Venus and still conform to "This young tree," said Wilfredtrsiso ihyont aens SNAPPY FACTS
awz -family in or friends over to Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add the biblical account which places "shall be your Holy tree tonight. In modern Italy, the Praesepe or ABU
the New Year, it should be cold cherry juice and water. Let the Star in the East since Venus is Let it be called the tree of the Christ manris seen In every, hrcit i\A
Iieee in style. Refreshments need cool. When slightly thickened fold most conspicuous in the western ho- Child; gather about it, not in the Chitatm:I emni s~RUBBER

,w be elaborate but they should be the Krippe: in Czechoslovakia, JesLind together the dryr ingredients.zn wlwobt nyorow oms
Ad egg yd os beaen aund ixte cilutlfr.Uml nltueTeei wl hle i nSanadohrCtoi
and garnish with clusters of grapes butrch weight to the foregoing hy- blood but shall be surrounded -with country t are some sample menus to in pear halves. Serve with sour 1-otheses. Such phenomena would oc- loving gifts and rites of kindness." ty scene is everywhere-in churches,

























yo in e ig whiebate tiffav. i pbi lcsadpiaehms
cream dressing cur too far from the earth to serve What the Christmas tree
9 yame designed to fit your food Welsh Rarebit, as a local guide and, seen in the northern countries, the crib is to America, being the melting-pot of Former Rubber Director
(Serves 6) same direction from any point on the southern Europe and Catholic coun- Christmas customs and traditions, Dewey expressed th opinion
21ev Years Eve Snack 1. 2 tablespoons butter earth's surface, would not stand-as tries, has taken the tree and the crib to its that the inevitable IndustrialBuckwheat Cakes MA teaspoon salt the biblical Star of Bethlehem. Owing to the widespread inability heart. Ization of South American and
,ribryConserve Coffee 'A2 pound cheese, cubed ______________________________________ Asiatic countries following the
Assorted Fruit Plate V4 teaspoon soda war will mean a world deSnack Suggestion IT. Dash of cayenne Tips on Carving Christmas Customs Vary Around the World mand for rubber far beyond
the capacity of the plantaWaffles and Pork Sausages I egg tons that existed before the
Syrup s2 teaspoon mustard war-an opinion that should

SmkSgeto I.Melt butter in top of double boiler our synthetic plants,
Spaghetti With Chicken Livers adn






















th sau age ini ad heavye skilleto he spe o b r B-9 care
Garlic Bread Tossed Salad untl cheese is melted. Add beaten TesprbnbrB2 are
'Saman Snow With Custard Sauce egg, seasonings, soda and cream.aot500punso ubr
Coffee Stir constantly until smooth and Snack Suggestion IV. thick, then serve over toast points, mk t 0ble-eln e























'Ae Howk Tone Do:r Ife you'reha Welsh Rarebit on Toast garnished with parsley.
Molded Fruit Salad There's nothing better than a air.
Assorted Relishes chewy cookie for nibbling after the from
iert Cake Coffee main dish has been heavy. In fact, nisr
Snack Suggestion V. many people would rather have a
Cod sliced Turkey and Ham good cookie than anything else to
iye Bread Butter Relish top off the snack. You'll like these
Avocado-Grapefruit Salad cookies that are taste tempters
sorted Cookies Beverage above anything else you ever had: Finding the joints without hackk-orp
Cbeots for a New Year's eve sup- Dream Bars. ing up the bird is the hallmark of
tpr ;e be happy to help them- First mixture a skillful poultry carver He can
selves from t' cup butter or substitute stand or sit to his task, whichever
o buffet as infor- is cup brown sugar is more comfortable Poultry spe
maliy pevals t 1 up iftd fourcialists of the U. S. department of
























prealoin aty ges al to over-fedfouoo r c
Sthe occasion. Set Mix above ingredients and pat agriculture offer these tips:
a up the waffle iron into a shallow pan Bake in a mod Have the platter set on the ta
with a pitcher of erate oven 15 minutes ble with the legs of the roast tar
Bake batter; or, if you key or chicken pointing either
with ataih smalld amoun of water.









































are having a hot tAmong the fancies that longest point, while an adverse
*l like Welsh Rarebit or Spaghet- > ~ yu avn ad eg f survived in Europe,,and even be- ored to drive it in a contraydrc
t can be kept warm in a hot bread or apple under each side of came naturalized in America was tion The British Isles are rich in
,hl rat least on a hot platter. 4 the bird will steady it for caIrving,. hta n 'lc hita on Crsmscsos_______________al thet wate is cookedk away.ma ThenCrsma usos










































1iuests won't mind going into the t, Make a clean cut bag, the cattle would turn their heads Starting at eight o'clock Christ~tihisl for precious seconds. w havbody and the leg and give a slight eastward, get down on their knees ins eve, with bells ringing, the chilSrecipe round-up for this c e twist on the end of the drumstick. I and worship the King who was brn dren parade the streets of Yorkshire
tartcollechh If the bird is cooked just right, with drums, trumpets, bells, or per-their
P -not hav losttu de the pl m n s thatle is









































Ashs you'll want. se leg will then separate easily Of more recent date-during the haps with the poker and shovel taken
Spaghe tt from the body so you can see the Christmas season the barnyard from their humble fire. A furmetyLiver
Wacpss ftdflour -,I oin and cut through it to the cocks crow with more than usual or yule cake, one for each member
I poundde spaghetti duko








































3 teaspoons baking powder A ouo force and frequency, of the family, is always served.
S goose is more difficult to disjoint The Christmas feeding of birds is The ancient custom of sword-dane3 tomatoisoup








































Tablespoons melted butter c c than the leg of a chicken, turkey prevalent in Norway and parts of g at Christmas iskeptupatShropteaspoon salt A good carver leaves Sweden. Bunches of oats are placed shire. Grotesquely dressed dancCookc spghtt inbi boiing saltedbon





































2 eggi on houses, trees and fences. The ers perform their annual routine of
uncalled the "oyster." Separate the children save their money to be warlike evolutions, some accompa~l1together tedyIgeins CrnerJelanPackso. drumstick and upper joint, and used to purchase bundles of oats. nied by imitations of the ancient LsgB."1011 u.~1 2SmaIISize 60
4dd egg yolks, beaten and mixed fer simple but delicious fare for slice the leg meat of a large bird. During the early 19th century', hobby-horse.* ATO:UECSASLVR* cut onion inT itRSo.f Inlmi 1Ft





































Uit milk, then the melted butter, the New Year eve celebration. It Start the wing cut at a spot some of the parishioners of the Brit- The pinata is the Mexican equiva- McIt tiltS CO., I. JACKSONILILE 4. FLORUIR
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the sausages in a heavy skillet 'A teaspoon baking powder to leave the breast free for slio- 50 pounds of cheese. Any food left The Christmas game is fpllowed
1cu teaspoon salt ing. over was distributed to the poor, by the breaking of the pinata. The
1% cups coconut Slice the breast meat of tur- At Culdaff, Ireland, about 1800, game starts with a candlelight proLYNN SAYS: 1 cup nutmeats keys, chickens and guineas paral- was started the forerunner of two session. All doors are closed as the

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TEN THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944

~o t M nuis 4611 Core. of Game & Fresh 6.0827 N. L. Youngblood, do. 100.00 '706 Mrs. Mary Brown. .2 200 regular meeting of said Board. Through whichl there is all eistfiig
Cat onF in tsWater Fish, fees. .50.828 S. L. Long, do.16I.00 1707 Mrs. Amanda Green. .2001 There being no further business the trats oft 10d acrs to title itosone
County Commissioners 4612 Clyde H. Sauls, Crim. C. 829 Monticello Milling Co., feed 10.241 708 Mrs. J. M. Hightower.2.00 board then adjourned. ifool ercu slltol-uth
Wk. Oct. 1944 17.10 830 L. R. Rainey, supplies .4.45 Total Drawn on Mothers Approved: C. J. REAMS Description See. T,,p. Hg. Acresa.
4613 F. & M. Bank, paid bills 3.00 831 J. E. Clayton, repairs .5.00 Fund.$42.00 Attest: Chairman. TRTT=YES OF THEM FNTE~TNAI,
IMPR~oVEMENT FUND OF THE
Proceedings Board County Commis- 4614 B. J. Hamrick, conviction 832 Simmons City Drug Store, CLYDE H. SAULS, Clerk. STATE OF FIDA.
soesRoom November 1,Wrat rw nArclueB LD .SUS
sloners RomNvme ,fee 20.00 drugs. . .75 Agentnt Trustee onArcutr. B LD 1. FAund,ef
A. D. 1944 4615 T. B. Bird, docket fee. 8.00 833 C. L. Drew, M. D., Fund Agent OF 1. No 25 fs Cn
TheCE Boar ofLIAO Countya Commision
Total Fine & Forfeiture Prof. service.4t0709 Miles Groover, office rent FOR DISCHARGE No. Dee. 8.
The Board of County Commission- Fund. $746.19 834 Monticello Gro. Co., supplies 20.29 Negro county agent $3.001 In Couity dgs Court, Jefferson ers of Jefferson County, Florida, met Warrants Drawn on Road & Bridge 835 C. W. Harris, groceries .e 17-79710 Elsie Loeb, services in Home couty, Florida.
this day in regular session, there be- Fund 836 City Water Dept., water 1.251 Dem. office. 25.00 Tt of A. IT.A C. P ChaIdsn. eesd OPTLPA
ing present Chairman C. J. Reams, 817 The Texas Company, fuel $39.20 837 Burgman Tractor Equipment !711 F. & M. Bank, paid bill.35.00 Notice is hereby given that we have $ 5.00 a day for a Hospital Room
and Commissioners toh nill aetamet of A. huma
I1 .Richardson, deca d that wec will ap)- each year.
Fred Stokloy, E. S. Wright and E. 819 Southeastern Tel. Co., 838 Jim Glover, lumber. 160.40 Oct. 1944. .200.00 ply t, the I-on. Thomas B. Bir, CounGrantham. phone rent 5.11 Total Drawn on Road & Total Drawn on Agriculture ty Judge of Jfferson County, Floria p g g.
The minutes of the meetings of 820 A. S. Grant, feeding County Bridge Fund.$960.12 Fund .$268.00 the 1oth da of11- 1.00 on Mdcna nd anges.
Octobe 4th 12th andh 18th 1944,n
October 4th, 12th, and 18th, 1944, convicts .30.00 -Wrrants Drawn on Mothers Fund I oinmdiadcridiary, A D. 1945, for aipproval of the 00o MeinsadBnag.
were read and approved.and for nal dcarge as xct- 5.00on Ambulances to or from
wee ea ad821 J. M. Morris, Agent, fuel 13.89 698 Mrs. Esther Kilpatrick 34.00 TeteiPrd an WlimJoe 1 of the last ,,ill nd testament of
Tefloigacuteeeapproved.B,;hetelePrd adWila J SA. I0. Richardsonl, deceased. Hospital.
The following accounts were exam-paid bills 101.32 699 Mrs. Lillie Story.8.002 ined, approved and ordered paid.on Pauper List at $2.00 per month Dated this 12. day of Dcemer, A.
Warrants were drawn for the severalRICHARDSON 12.00on Anesthetic Charges.
Wratweedanfrtesvrl Company, supplies .53.30 '701 Mrs. Minnie L. Brison.------4.00 Motion made and carried to take; CORNELIUS RICH01ARDSO;N 5.00 on Physlo-Therapy Treatments.
amounts, signed, sealed and counter- 824 R. H. Devane, salary 702 Mrs. Blanche Clark.6.00 Willie Smith off Pauper Lst. M E E octh.loGc
signed in open Board. Oct. 1944. _. 128.80 '703 Mrs. Mae Marshall .2.00, Auditors report No. 2668 dated: ande Testameent of A. T. Q from home.
Warrants Drawn On General 825 Irvin Gardner, do.100.00 704 Mrs. Claude Allen.4.001 Rihardson. deceased.
Revenue Fund 1826 T. B, Clark, do.110.00,705 Mary H. Norman. 2.00 examined by the Board according to Ih.1-2--an5.FAMILY GROUPS AT ONE
7461 to 7498 inclusive, paid law. NOTICE PREMIUM
to paupers $69.00 A ptio for t Write
7499 William Broxie, Bal. a Peition fot esli h of Ieffer-on County, Florida. December
salary, Oct. 1944 40.00 Lamont, Florida, and ending at Farm Notice is hereby gien that pursuant PROFESSIONAL
7500 F. & M. Bank, paid bills .27.75 Home of B. F. Lanier, was presented W Section 9 of Chapter 18296, Laws of INSURANCE CORPORATION
7501 Clyde H. Sauls, Gen. Ct.Flrdt ,sof17,kwnath
750 Clde aul, Cn. t.to the Board and after consideration Murphy Act, the following descinibed Rmd. 4, Christie Hall Bldg.
Wk. Oct. 1944.15.00 thereof the Board appointed the fl- land i. .jeffer.on. Couty, Florida, Ill P. 0 Box 132 Phone 1961
-1 lie offer ed for sale at liublic outcry foi 7502 The H. & W. B. Drew Co. lowing free holders to lay out and the highest and best cash bid, stibject Tallahassee, Florida
suppies.59.2 I aid ropsed oadto- I to the right of the Trustees of the Insupplies .ern.a. 59.24ImprovementsFundotoereRetoNAME 7503 The Com. Off Sup. Co., B L Wilson and S F a113 an a ll th Coucl( AMR.
-,ISuber and r-equested saidfrehlestetdaofaur,14. ssupplies 26.02 hd m, ut for o Tigtfay 200 fee
750 A. S. Grn, e. t W. to report their actions at the next widoc l b resvd fromay p0 acel TOWN .-7504 A. S. Grant, Gen. Ct. Wk.,Il
Oct. 1944 .-.-.-.12.00 -1,'tV0____I_______ill________________f,_____any___7403 Ella Lee Lloyd, salary
Oct. 1144 . 25.00
7506 Jefferson Co. Health Unit,
Health Unit 1,050.00
7507 D. A. Finlayson, office rent -0 f o
Oct. 1944 .-. 10.00
7508 Mrs. J. M. Henry, salary &
repairs 9.00
7509 E. W. Davis, salary STILL cT'LL
Oct. 1944 . 4.00 0
7510 Clyde H. Sauls, do. ._. 150.00
7511 C. J. Reams, do -.----. 40.00
7512 Fred Stokley, do. 40.00
7513 E. S. Wright, do. 40.00' Handsom )
7514 John H. Shuman, do. 40.00 W ASTE
7515 E. Grantham, do. .40.00 Two ittle BA SK ETS
7516 T. E. Slocum, repairs 3.00, GOOD CHEER! There's nothing quite like it. 27517 Bishop Off. Equip. Co., 231nd ood cheer is an affair of the heart. It W A S
supplies -.20.37
7518 Southeastern Tele. Co., w enh
Phone rent . 49.75 cihn
7519 Clyde H. Sauls, -r cording .2.504) EahFrLvn
751 CldeH. aus, ecrdig. 2.0 value with the days or years. Good cheer must K> RorLrcr
7520 R. J. Taylor, Cors. 13.04 R oru
7521 Simmons City Drug Store, be spent!
drugs .__ .60T
7522 L. R. Rainey, supplies 28.19 heir st, ily boe are a ari bow fe and
7523 Monticello Gro. Co., supplies 8.70 Let us all radiate good cheer this Ch ta t, silk labeos ih g desi
7524 City Water Dept., water 12.58 under each round little chin! fig, gnrt ize.
7525 Mitchell Scott, labor of 1944, for there are reasons enough for good
Ct. H. grounds . 62.78
Total Drawn on General cheer if we but pause to reflect.
Revenue Fund .$1,899.50
Warrants Drawn on Fine &
Forfeiture Fund Merry Christmas greetings
4603 A. S. Grant, court order 12.35 ft
4604 A. S. Grant, servant hire 31.00 3
4605 A. S. Grant, Coms. 20.53
4606 A. S. Grant, handling
prisoners . 6.25.niE.M
4607 A. S. Grant, Wts. &A 3. irestone Gear-Grip Tread 6600.1
4608 A. S. Grant, feeding 04GrdAQultCaebcNO ATO
prisoners 156.00YorC erltD aeRf4.GdeAQliyaebuc
4609 A. S. Grant, Wts. & CERTIFICATE
priones.1560 Y ur hevole Deler6. -Extra Tread Depth for NEEDED
Capias 414.33 Greater Safety
4610 A. S. Grant, fingerprinting
prisoners 45.0





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:X Yule season of 1944. hear d js
4611 Com.rois of Gamee &hiFresh 82c.L oungblood, doe, 100
Water y Fihfes are. on. 6.50 828 S. L.Lnd.6. 60
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FIREST Emroe HOME-c ANDAUTOSUPLIE
4613 F.An &reNi&uWI MLIAMdlOwners.MOyTIeis.LOR.D
4614 B.isma J.ri Hamrick, convictions 832a SimosCiybrgetoe
461 T.tee B.e Bird, docket feer T.r.0e3a.d.DrwM .


817e Theso Texa Company fuel-i $39.20r 837ni Burma TratofEqipen
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