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The Monticello news

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Title:
The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Monticello, FL
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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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Frequency:
Semiweekly[<1983-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
semiweekly
regular
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English
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v.60 no.23 December 29, 1944

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

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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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MONTICELLO rHE RED CLAY HILL
The Great Middle SECTION OF
_Gatevay toEFlorida THE MONTICELLO NE WS .
T HE-. M O i C E LL__ __ __

THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60, No. 23. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1944 FIVE CENTS A COPY


OPA Board Makes State C. of C. to r '<; i 'Christmas Cheer



In Ration Points 100 Year Old Firms By Local Workers
T s t i f nm 27.-Florida Monticello volunteers provided much

ing regulations on foodstuffs which business enterprises in continuous op- .'cert ainsi h eryAm
has been made since the program eration from 1845 to 1945 will be pre- ~ hospitals-at Finney General Hospitoriginated was announced this week, scented with a specially designed al, Thomasville, Ga., and at Dale
going into effect immediately. plaque by the Florida State Chamber ~ ~P~ Mabry Hospital, Tallahassee. This
Housewives will need to get out of Commerce as a part of the Cen- 'work was largely co-ordinated thr
their ration books and check the good tennial Celebration next year, Walter '"' "I the local Red Cross Camp and Hosand invalidated coupons on red point, C. Sherman, president of the State pital committee, Mrs. R. H. Gelling
blue point and sugar items. Chamber announced today. and Mrs. J. W. Summit in charge.
The following statement from the "We feel that every business enter- '--.a At Finney Hospital, just before
local rationing board gives a clear prise having a record of 100 years of ~ ~'~Chiristmas, the following were receivearnedhn es w rd P aq e "'':, 54,,,,-, 7:>L 2z',, ,, .' ed- from Motielo 9 doze fi e o p t lowe







summary of these changes. service to the State has well eandedfo onielo oenfoe
NOTICE special recognition and that the Cen- -vases, part of which were donated by
Thi i yurnotcefrm hisBordtenil Cleraionpeioawllbeaelebration period- willheGadenClb;a ictoleonte

of haenges asflos fetv so Dtails of ourpasfr prsent ~ ntedag nm ebyteJ io
processed ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ foods asaags gre or,- _,eed but "', we, prqpose to mak the ', "'~~~ ~,<' 'k --i ""', ~ give by th omite TeR











waxe banso rined spinach andttea in presentations a ceremonial affair, - >''' Cross committee also sent carnations,
gobcko rtondlit Bteri-with the communities where the ser- '> ,.t. -, s->- ferns and ribbons for 100 corsages to
creased from 20 to 24 red points per vices have been rendered being in- FinyHsia orteby omk
pound. iSugar stamps 3031, 32,3 svited to join with the State Chamber corsag~ ~ r' Fne Hopta foer theristo akey
an 0 naldte as alunsdin paying the recipients the honor and :~> ~ 'U ~Repeating last year's gift the
andtioutstasndin ahiome canning sugar respect to which they are entitled," Motielo ade'Cubsntabut6
stamps AS through Z8 and A5 through Sherman____ said. o ~blooming Christmad pot plants to the
P5 in War Book Four all invalidated. -- "n '> hospital at Dale Mabry Field. The
Blue processed food stamps A8 thru Lamont ClbHas comte aead ild5 hit
Z8 and A5 thru W5 in War Book Clb-- '~., ,._~mas stockings, with about 300 indiFourinvaidatd. J **Iklof *vidually wrapped gifts. Members of F. W. CARROLL, Chief Clerk / 01Q~ IictigthiJnir edCos ad thr n
War ric & atioingBoad 4246- --dividuals helped with the gift wrapImpoortant:-The recent release of The Lament Home Demonstration '' ping. The committee also provided
Grade 3 passenger car tires from Club met at the home of Mrs. J. B. ~ ~table napkins for the Christmas dinrationing does not mean unrestricted Cooksey, Thursday afternoon, Deec ~ i7Gi~- ner. Dale Mabry Hospital also rebuying now is permissible because ember 21st., for their annual Christ- ,/4 Y~~.~.'i-~ s.ceived 50 pounds of pecans which
motorists still are bound by regula- mas party. ~ ~ e~~were sent by the Monticello Woman's
tions requiring car owners to possess The living room and dining rooms C____ ____TL egoub.laysonoe
- not more than five usable tires for W9ere decorated for the occasion with ___TeLeionuxilaryponsredeach car, the Office of Pice Admin- holly, candles and appropriate Christistration said today. mas greens. There was a real Xmas Legion Commander DAD'S CLUB TO MEET Holiday Week End to the hospitals; and the local Boy
__-____ Scout,- troop also bogh gifts which,






















In the face of scattered reports Y tree in the corner of the living room, So al bogtgf s
tha sme otrits er byin u Te pesdet, rs W C.Cap-Guest Speaker at The Dad's Club will have their Is Marred By Two were sent to the hospitalized soldiers
Grade 3 tires either for storage or for bell, called the meeting to order at regular monthly meeting Thursday I the area.
sale at higher than ceiling prices, three-thirty for a brief business ses- *J, L h -~night, January 4 at 8 o'clock in the HgwyAccidents.Chauncey W. Butler, Florida OPA sion. i.WRRIS5 HRO 80H~U~ Cour thouse.Hiha
S director pointed out that regulations The program was begun by smngmng Every dad with a son in service is
reur ooitswopsesmore several Christmas Carols. The Lord's Joe Frank, Commandor Am erican, urged to attend and to bring his son's Eis Enest Clark was painfully Lt*e .S ihI
than the allowable number of tires be Prayer was prayed in unison. Legion, Department of Florida, was name and address. The program injured in an automobile accident Kle nAto
denid al gsolne r tre eplce- Minutes of last meeting were given guest speaker at the Kiwanis lunch- committee wants this information Cransee stetuki hc
ments. and approved. Roll was called; thir- eon on Wednesday. His subject was for their program, she was riding with her brother-in- 1st. Lt. Ben J. Smith, nephew of
The. director explained that traffic teen members and three visitors were "The G. I. Bill of Rights." It was W. M. Scruggs, chairman law and sisters-in-law was struck by Senator S. D. Clarke and T. L. Clarke
in all tires can be traced by serial present. fostered and its enactment A. E. Montgomery, secretary another ear on the highway east of of Monticello, was killed in action
number azhd rigorous enforcement of 'Mrs. Loeb" brov~ght the club a fav- was brought aout largely'-________ Monticello. December 6th, according to a mesmaximum price regulations is the orable report along with a check frorn by the Legion. It provides Facein TT] Mrs. Clark, accompanied by Law- sage from the War Department to policy in all districts, the Production Credit Association for *for veterans of World War FrmIerS F 0811ar~u rence Rteichert, Mrs. C. D. Branyon, his mother, Mrs. B. J. Smith, of CharNo change was made in the regula- the lunch served them at the Womans II adequate hospital care, UT~Mrs. Adriel Thompson and Miss Ora lotte, N. C
tion requiring 'a motorist to turn in 'clubhouse, December 1st. education, vocational training, loans, ,'Ork to M~eet the Grant, was returning to M onticello Lt. Smith was with a tank destroyto the dealer any tire designated on All members are urged to bring 'a unemployment and other benefits. Na from Greenville. The car, dridven by or battalion. He wa serving with the tire rationing certificate as a 'report of their activities during the Commander Frank was introduced to N ions War~i Needs Julian H-uffmaster, wras en route to the combat troops in Germany and "turn-in" when Grade 1 tires are pur- month to each club meeting. These the club by Bill Scruggs, Monticello _____Greenviile when the two collided near the department reported that he was chased, the official declared, reports wvill be given to Mrs. R. F. Legionaire. For four years Florida farmers have the Aucilla River bridge. Mrs. Clark "killed in action in Germany on Dec(Continuea on Page Eight) (Continued on page 8) Commander F. J. Conklin, of the performed yoeman service for their was thrown from the truck and suf- ember 6th." Further details are not
--~ ---- ~ ~local Legion Post, was a guest of the country ini time of emergency and fered painful lacerations and bruises known.
club. Other guests were Lt. Win. war, producing the greatest crops in on her face. Her injuries are not ser--___________ni3i leso efesnScruggs, Jr., Pvt. William Sheppard, the history of the state to help meet ious, however, and she returned to MARION COUNTY OLUBS
UI i0 BBS Vlnter'est ng itm fJfesnLt. F. G. A11red, Dental Dept., U. S. the needs of America and her allies, her work in the clerk's office at the ___IJIUIIIIICountly Boys and Girls in Ser- Navy, Elton Jones, a former member, A year before this country became court house this week. Other occu- Ocala, Fla.-Marion County now vice. now principal of the Leon Co. High involved in the war, sharp upward pants of the truck and cair were not has 15 4-H clubs for boys with a total
School, G. T. Gard, teacher of adjustments in production programs inijured. enrollment of 145. Their work is
Lt. T. B. McDonald, Jr., who is sta- won their spurs at Guadalcanal and vocational agriculture, Leon High, 'wre made to meet the increasing - directed by County Agent Carl Headtioned at Key West, as director of
communications, and Mrs. McDonaldevr mai'A eia amhbostclonwStt DietroVca nesatvte an ofcutiso-rote inasroscniinith ___________________spent the holidays here with his par-'oeain Thycnnwbatta tinlArclread Wlim G taighlfrmte nie Sttshsia inTlaase whr sh ___________________t Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Mcchonald.H



day from Los Angeles to visit Mrs. an t i t hed carth w ri stuc t s shoulde
Friay Jaur 5th The hou is 8 fou year straightl runninger havedduc









































Piper's mother, Mrs. Mannie Scruggs dyo h fiaSclaIainocok h hnewsmd oI (otne npg ) o h eda tpse lwrmv IIITA ELSL
in Aucilla.an Nomad bechas a tucad oetrd svrl
Vr.FakE CanyrcevdtevrcomsindcntutothtL.GvAlTonooTaa-I.Bcueiisahatprjcte
hagladoul atheeht I a h husband,

Sers.eank Carney receied thebatlo isetecurnlovres___IB T LD J B' oM tll>ra Hath Uthscopaednte

States after 29 months overseas. He tours 76 tere of theSaes ap k a t t T t Th Health Oi h i
has been serving lately in Italy. Mrs.ne p it the n ar
Carney, the former Quinn Sledge, t
hasnevr senwil goto ibetyvlle A Ge. Dugls Mc~rhurwroeiei'dale rojctssine is eoa-,a, ncesaryin eteminng he resnc













































has In ts eet im. t Ca in lette to Libe ri Vie-Ad- tyvillea ,ears ao i is wt 4 -ierviceme a etent Filn tuberlos

has a month's furlough.m m pr t ta cits e F Ts ya tg a
-ria e a n o n e vhi wei et d your S aes sethat y o d on'e nt wok Unde theI_ capable, ma 1e ,x a paenl les th nsIer r















































James David Beaty, T M 2/c, V. hv e of t arvaAl
S. N., who has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Dai Waler in Lamont, leftvleG.ad at Dl
Mrs.g Daid W e r inmeLan'te l eft Cparpee r' Maebisyls G e- a him n the Monticell Federa Remem erin the folks- bac home usa ther was exeln oopera-l
















































Christmas Day to enter the Naval \" S of the Ut
Train i Scho l nNeed Port hd of Monti rceo Fas receiving teate- bit '- ,---' -'-, towa" making, th holda sa to an Caad on battle Mronts tin osot pwitel Tad l orased. This
















































TrainsngarticularlyNeotableinhohe

David has been in the Navy since teCalso ayYr o nu-sriemniibt h aeMb~ wr o ohrwvsadset
Jue 1943 He ha md several


















































trips across the Atladtic and has thwetbPaicn vhiteynadutyawth r Cu m b conri g v -- i a m o the a s a r eo
been in several foreign ports. At aSae nt oa f4 lxe otiesw blrs eerp eieyAsca
New Port he will take a ten weeks'Capne'MaeFsewaoprweedlvrdtFinyHsiaOnwolwiergizinoffr-Fr14
cours e s him in the lthe Advanced TCes wl daod
adivylSeatees, whpoo n e red pith He she sn, ofpres .nd rs G. R.e S ta llhsse In addition -, to Contri, : , u iota of ths flwe gits deiern nurse to th stff Hom visiting,1_* %



















































Pacfic fo ugh lit fied aboutw ha thea d o o n
u int for the atual b d h r an n theNavy ateaecietsn fo rceleebraeresttehowndby li" forces at the eir of the Army S i o especia ll issent the Mont.is pNe as VslMailr fro Pau Lot so ehr in the .', L.( I

miner thatwin ttemllnt wrorkng Loisie, ye th n e tebuier, 1942,eras is, due r. Braswel an he ,- .i C Z ,i 'da -t-a serc is maintain and esrsed. Wit thematrinca robusyi tme fo rbc hoethesa peaigenierbyte Thctdnuablepcaiygae-IU birth "oiaS dahitaef resar eeve rmsevc- arcte aiar nt ad wt


"The 3rd anniversary of the 'work- BonWo rsrigC. nLus u oMs .H elnlclfo io ieteana e vows ormme itdymr oe ncruain h e
ingest, fightingest bunch of men' in yl.Hsadesa httm a sfrhrecletcoeaini clo.Tegtoa on niesre rohrocsos aiayofcrhpst e e
the nation's armed forces, the Navy
I J p ,- ii 14 -1. -,," ,- ., I
Sea ees wil be- observed.on Decem
Scales wa iin b obsr ve on Dclem- V otte plats, and to evry n who o .al -n wa aneuned ore hanled by he Forit Tlo- coutry hom s. hisis n iipotan



























































her 28th by 240,000 officers and menU.STroCareBaeEuoenpriiaeinaywythGadn \ ii0Cnepeietfth grpDeieyAscainolatensfgtigrdofokvrm of the United States Naval Construe-Teteocprtos-h rm-Cu n h evc e a,"hn e 'eidto.Ese n ohrsDy h so vihaefui l o rqetyi
tion Battalions. 'ino ilr .Liy 6 hs o. i ~ sPeietadGn lto a wre etfct fti ony
of 1 0 yers o I_ -- ', r i t, Peisua Tel- 'c m e dto on Dec. 7th for its tF n ey H sia, ut bfr




























































"Bor just three weeks after the w M En L s lives at Moo --- -' -_____,________________Pearl Harbor disaster, with an auth- tclo l. oletnn-ooe a XR! ETA! Eta Wr r CaPO n ietro h evc n oprto ntewr Tewri O vr h itr
e ses atonthed on wae four) that are a go i t ' effort. is t y e w on. Buy r eonds
naval ~l base in th Pacfi tha pu h ,'
summary ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ he deelpe amphbiou equipment w __ _- e. ,an s t e h i u that hel e l ar d the __ _1 '1 I
dayI'_,J on the Afrcan Siiin Italian ,


mp ay bat nt ion a on thatei s eondN _,!, .;


As, Gen. Douglas Ma"t u wrote, '4,, ,,7,,, ,, -v ss p r fw ihweed n tdb
m ni a l B en M to e l "T h o nl t r u l , ; ,,_, , 5 1 ,l y 1' ,
witho your Seaee is tha you' don't "

do R o in o Fo t r Jr., USN R 32,1Y12
ofitMongticelo Fla., is reivin treat- 'Z -,',,-, heG re lu ;avcroa oae
ofth Charlesto Nav Yardws fo injur-;"

Care t e's Mf o r at fo r wa p ert-,, L- ) .


Foser Sr., of Mo tcel an is mar-% ,,_" ",' _p;

waxe bea s, ornspiach nde ant wit th W A at For Ogle-o- '-,II ', ,
thope Ga.- .
Before enlmisti in here Navy at- ,, I-I-,, -I 1111 ,,1i
Carpenter's Mat Fote wa employ- W ersadribn or10crsgst
crea ed rom 20 o 24 red poits e d as an _,, operatin en in e by1-1 th1". 1111e.

2 0 4 T e n n A v e u e L o is il e K y .,

tion I- of Wilar E. Lesy 46 whoseW, Ill ,' 1 i, ,,,-,L1
wifeI 1 Mrs Elino-'',,)r Lesy lie at Mon-,
ti elo Fl to li u e a t- o o e has, 1p 1_ 1 I _ ,,I,
t i o n a A g i c l t r a nda lW i l l i a m Gl s t a i i n hn ule f r o m t h U n t e S t t e h o p i a i n T a l h s e w h r s e

in paying the ~ ~ ~ Th dateint for insalltio ofd oficr it was foun neesr to_ "\ ras pro S"da afternoon, ? osae frthi Crsta pry an Ladies',I",- Night was changed to duction. ,Ad Flrd fames for Ap aenl, th ca I which she and outstandiFriday, Januarysu5th. The hour is 8 four years straight running, have was riding struck, the ,soft shoulder
respect ~o'lo k The change wasy made soile (c nin e on pag 4) of the,; road as it: pa se a sl we mov- '5 ,111 1 R p a ig ls it h



Although the _f ,,, .,, Monticello Garden Cu etaot6

tio sev ra years ago,, , it is with- .
It ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~mc pride that.- It announces ts r,_'e ,,,-: i; 1 bloigCrsm o lnst h
tee of wh c Mrs Tom M Braswell Il ,,
stamps ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a chairmanadA5trog Inl -,"I- ,th Motcel Feea- ,, t- ,.,"
~e Gade Clu was able'1 ,"1 to add its
bit towar main theholiday season
&~~~~~sevc men, in_ bot the. Dal Mabry1I -, S -? I opia tD l abyFed h


P5 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n in Decmbe Boo numbe ofl pottedd ,,Io 01 I ,

Tallahasse .1 I adIto to contribu- --
Lam ont~ ~ ~ ~ ~~tin ofgrelub memer several.-1 _0 //) ,l,, "f, __ ,
in th wor thouh thi donations. tokngwihabu 30In



The, Ga de Clu is', es eal grate-ra p d git e be s o
Four~~~~~~ ~u toaidtd Mrs R . elling ocal fo i 1
F. W. CARROLLChief Clerk I oliday M eet ist,_ or her excelen cooeraio -_in 1 1 ,, '- ,, ,S", ,
-'- _X~~~araning fr the puchs of thek ''' I teJnirRdCos n te

Club an th sevc me say "Thank .
_f~~~~~~~o _= e March of Dies th annual IPn.Th omtteas poie
Impoortant:-The ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a repeal oelas TheeLmn o eDmosrto l ,,----,_ -1,W-- Naioa Foun__11111 n fo Ina tl Pa yss to be 'it .

G ra de~~~~~~~~b a3i OaC on noe, p r si en ofre theC u e t h o e o r .- ,
B~ _r ti is Pr si en an Gen-. _1 ,
es ,~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ doe ,r of the Peisua Tele- Itbe aknsfrte hitmsdn
Cooksey,~ T h rs a Compunyon and Di ec o of the," ,
rationing~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ dosntc:nunetiteIe- oral I- I- 1 Sa and Loa As-
buying ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ kn amulnc to theisil Tallahasseefo hiranalCrst ,,-,r f -", I, : ,
-~~~~~~~~rp re ass critical. : -I- ,7 :



motorists~~~~~~~~~em m ern thel folk backd home, 1,)" 1, -I -;, I, "'111
1 I 1 ,, 2 , I,- ,- -,,, Z I~- _k 1 ,0 Seric me of th Unit ,,e es n y t eM n iel o a '

not more than five usable ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ al overs fhe wol border Christmaseocso wt _. _?___ __ ,____, ____ ,__ _---_ TeLeinA xlar pnoe each ~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ lwr for, mothersfP c Amn oly adesadappraeCrst wie and_11 sweetistration said today. mas greling,.whoseeshop israamember oflt e cin o g ft wh h we e s t

Grade ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ in 3ol wides orgniztio ofr flor-rfo el cle eeigt rdra ustSekra
sale ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ it who delivere then flowers throughretit orabifbsiesss .rglrmotl etng Tusa 11"eae I [. ngh, ,anury4 a 8 'cocki t s 6800 members on cth en t Amer

_.~~~~~~~~~~~eln' Flowere Sho handled itsd P~in KwnsLnho ,Cutos.Z director~~~~~~~~~~ qut ofite thes flowe giftsion delivering bgn ysngn ,-Lt e J mihI
_~~~~lwr iner thre counties.srvceis,1





in al ties cn betracd byseril prsent9 fotone anditsExchtan gei Srvie n th ihaddito, af
titmou A, M ntgo erysecdayr t da servicelo isr maintain andcio
Mrth oug ou theb yeargh many thousands
number ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o order arero receiveden fro servicgt-1butlrii I_ ____ intclo e cebr6h-codn oams

policy~~~~~~nivrare or. othe occasions.Poucin rdi sscato fr
No change was made in the reglila- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ or telnhsrethmath omsfrvtrnofWrdWrF m rs ac H rd otnRiith 700,000 D flwra n orde s mteMs .J mto hr I 11 adequate ospitalcarewre. adle bympo the Flois Teale te -.C

to the dender any tire designated ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Eate andAl emes r.iMotherbig'snmpometan thr blifiDay. i evIl.Th a The vnbye' atasso- ~o sevngwt the~~~~~~~cito wase awardedn aercertificate ofeoto teratvtisdrn
tue Commander Frank as lntiociuccdtcommend a st on ec. 7th. fort its h o bttop l emn n
"turn-in" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ sevc and Gad coprto inre the warMnht ahcu etn.Tee h lbb ilSrgs otcl -N to a e ,ila !s
club. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r F.he A.st Brink Directorpouin h.geaetcos nolht ae e ijre rentsi

Scruggs. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ Beas it. ist aila healthrd proec ther ftesat ohl etIos oeead h eund
Interet~ng tems f Jeferson Lt. F G. AlredDenta DepChristmase nSealo ASale. a ARMuchOUof Cthe Count,%~~~~~~~~~~lria work was dones by the- secre-is hrw rk i ie lr'sofcea h
now~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ay Thecpa o thLo o ihivle ntewr hr padpi ftptukadcrwr t 54Halths ffcr help withol Lt. T B. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~h publicity.wh Thea chol . adtace fundstensil poucio raresInue nuseetof14dThiinrki
well ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h fhi pisa udlaa n oainlaiclue er emd ome h nraig- iht agaionty tubeCl mainly

spentthe olidys hre w th hs pa-'rieraton. T ey cn no boat th t th al A ricuture and ilhn G. aini.- nt-) rom necessarytateinosdeterminingaassethehrepresence_ ems,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~n exten ofd lung tuberculosis.bil ie ewoko aran roSlitr ofc,.o
naval ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h return thi year through ap-ps-Cut elhUi. ah ucem ertruh 94wokoltehgwy Lt. Cl. an Mrs R. G Pipe, qid~ed he Jas bak 300 mils; tht itparently nceless tthanseplastunyeartenare daughteir-, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ gaifig PtiiAnarvdSilthydvlpdapiiuEqimnThdaefrisaltoofofo. IIH ALTHog NTE elsl


in ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ to ofila bothck whit andng colred This(otnedo ae4 fte oda tpsedasoe o-1CHITA ELSL
_V _~~~a particularlymnotableei thetutin,

ty; - __I BA TLEhesmail Sale waent well but the


--- - -I Itn a bulnce o th Talahase la ns. ofe H th H fea h ele Untfo iet
has~~~~~~~~~~ya include aevn better puli health.nw usdetecntnnallmto
Club has accoinplis~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~posil by ,I, 11I4Z.,".;- _" 4_1, -- hoptlwhrhrcodtnistllhefgt adituruio ofanthe nurse to th st ff H o m visitingtca
Cd, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ hm hygene venrea case findinge enfoeg erie 1 .Z ,,, -_. eore s
and foll w -u will b en d on m or th orhas~~~~~~~~~~~ogl thanr hasn been posil withr~vmedbupoetssI, .1I ,'

Illinois, to meet him. Sgt. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ psa inne rural, t cae Cif ie-d to unseweredgiti wth1 areas,, ,; 1 Z Incesryi dtrwillte rsec b e s t e s e d W i t t h e m a t e r i a l p r o b
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the senate for confirmnation-Lieut.
(311e1 Meate fork co maindeut Hodges, "go ahead and dance with SOAPS-CLEANSERS
Mark Clark, commander ofthe hole in the head" Alied forces in Italy.
Clark has been *considered the F
hard-luck general-through no fault Rufus Le Maire, the 20th Century 24 pkgs. 25 washing powder for $a postpaid.
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after division in Italy, only to have Rife himself tells of the time in
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former troops bore the brunt of the Not a dealer. Grosse Pointe so, Michigan.
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now bearing the brunt of the Italiananywhere, expeWar. The British have largely pulleddistinguished looking ee unnecessary. Write Rads Servie
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oat ofa forlthe Btalans Cark Lieut. Gen. William H. Simpson, upper left, commander of the Ninth army, called the "Mystery army" so insulted in all my life! That hodhas a few Poles, Brazilians a due to secrecy surrounding its movements capture of Le Havre shows the person over there just called
somne Indian troops, but the main
fgtnisbigdnbyAe in one of the reasons given for the rapid advance of the Ninth army. Lower right, General Eisenbower talks me a floozy! ihgnsDulct.ae
fighting is being done by Americans. s The old chap (a colonel) patted
The full generals now on ac- eme of the Nith a y divg o up o ins m Geieih her shoulder gently. "I wouldn't," No state, approaches Michigan
tive duty in the U. S. army are members _____________of_____the______Ninth__________army,______ huigmpu prtosi elnic .fe comforted, "take that so seri- In duplicating the names of lakes.
Generals Marshall, Eisenhower, ously if I were you, my dear. Look For instance, 440 of these bodies
MacArthur, Stilwell, Arnold and at me. I've been out of the Army of water are known by only lve
Malin Craig. The latter, having C Germanr Air af Plant for ten years-and they still call me names, 56 being called Twin lake,
been retired after serving as colonel!" 59 Round lake, 65 Bass lake, 87
chief of staff, was recalled to
active duty in the war depart- Wament, where he heads a personnelbord0'' cently tokover an old building in
nel board.U
in aditontwoothr fll ~ '~ ~ ~.~'.' "n., ,a small English town they tacked I
~ ~ ,.~,, ~ !,l>.,iup the conventional sign: "Admiral S A P A T
Ion additriong and Pteytonl C.gen-. .y- oAmtac!
erals are on the retired list, W 2y 4 A S
John J. Pershing and Peyton C.ABU
March, the latter chief of staff Beneath which a clown scribbled
Marc, te laterchie ofstaf. .~ Wrens Nesting." C
in the last war-both, incidental- :.T.G sr
ly, bitter personal enemies.
With Clark, this will make a total d about an internatio
of seven full generals on active duty, in her 80s) who for many years gar
plus two retired full generals. .
pis woreird ul gneal. ,)4 . nered reams of publicity by claimIt is interesting to note that, prior M ing to have retained her joie de Commercial motor vehicles in
to 1980, there had been only six oth- . vivre" by standing on her head sev- the U. S., based on gasoline
er full generals in all the history of . era! minutes daily. allotments, are expected to
the United States. George Wash- "Tell me," said Les Brown to an run 56 billion miles a year.
ington, for instance, never be- Reduced to truck tire wear.
came a full general, even though itmt fteoddrig de
cam a ul geera, venthogh '. '~' ~4 ~.~ .~she still practice standing on hey that represents a tremendous
congress made it possible for him h number of tires.
to do so. Other full generals have noru s g
been Ulysses S. Grant, William T.ThrubrseIngsmksi bee m sse S Gr nt Wili .4"'~ k~. "~has all she can do just to stand oit now 100 per cent synthetic.
Sherman, Philip H. Sheridan, all of
the Civil war armies, plus World h feet!" Never use a tube in a fire
war leaders Tasker H. Bliss, Charles larger, or smaller, than that
P. Summerall and John L. Hines.e ",
NOT -umrl Consdeal debat L.i H. i. g. 0'g It happened over at Columbia stu- for which it was designed by
NOTE dios the other day. They were film- the manufacturer. Poirare
having a big mob scene having to do failure will result if you d
tary be ong oint a l all, R, with Britain. An ass't waved some to return full mileage, synt a r y c i r l e s o v e r w h a t a s s g ' ~ t h ~ . . . . . o f t h e m a w a y T h a t g o e s f o r y o u h i c t b s m s b e u b
ment Gen. "Vinegar Joe" Sil- .te
well should get when he finishes,. .to! h
wel shul ge whn e fnih to!"hebaredat a man watch- cated with vegetable oil soap
ing it all. slto hnmutdo
his California vacation. It was
planned to put Stilwell in com- Abvphtshwdisonftelagtrm.
mand of a specially trained aircraft manufacturing syndicate in France, which was driven "Because," said the ass't, "you
a o a ecia a underground by bombs of the U S. army 8th air force. The underground cave was located at St Astier, co don't look British enough!"
army to land on the China coast. ering half a million feet of floor space, The cave was captured by Maquis troops on D-Day, and is now being "I don't have to look British!"
However, some proposa keeping used by the Allies. Meals are served within the cave. replied the boss of the studio. "I'm
him in the war department to
replace Lieut. Gen. Ben Lear as Harry Cohn!"
commander of ground forces.
* *Young Chin Seekng te Lig t L~5.V~i~.I Act gainOverheard: "He's inWahgti
STALIN AND DE GAULLE -flying a desk!"
it -an now be revealed that one
of the foremost questions on the Broadway Ballad:
agenda of the Stalin, de Gaulle con- ., a, So we were happy fo
ferences in Moscow was the vital to
problem of "what to do with Ger- place,
many after the war." Both Stalin ~~' ~ '
many der aule war. BohSai /, But happiness, of coarsse, goes out of style
and de Gaulle are for a hard peace, And magic leaves a fresh, enchanted
want to see Germany's war-making '1
powers destroyed completely. And now the nights are portents of dismay
One significant proposal taken to And inns have lost their color end their
Moscow by de Gaulle calls for the And we lure
use of German industry after the Ad we whi n to say
war for the rehabilitation of all A
wrecked French and Russian fac- How T S elaest
tories, railroads, shipping. Also he lT are a
proposes using German mines to cold . .
replenish Soviet and French stocks ridges To be burned Bronchitis
of raw materials depleted by war. Ta iehlsmn
of aw ateias dpleed y ar ', l And fiddlers ask their pay in purest Creormulsion reeves promptly
On this Stalin was in complete gold. caue it goes right to the seat of
agreement. trouble to help loosen and
NOTE Stalin strengthened And those who play at love muit be aware gem laden phlegm, and aid natme
Russian influence in France by Tough and brambles to soothe and heal raw, tender, inhis invitation to de Gaulle. scratch and tear! flamed bronchial mucous meiFrenh dploatsbelevethee 44 1.4k'-Don Wahn. branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
_____a bottle of Creomullsion with the UnFrench diplomats believe there drtnigyums ietewyi
is now less chance of Britain
Midrstndin youete Tust lieohewadi
forming a Western bloc In Europe composed of Britain, ou believe it actually hap- to have your money back.
France, Belgium, Holland, Nor- opened to Earl Benham, who tailors CREOM ULSIO N
way and Denmark-a bloc which V the dandies about town. . Earl forCoughs ChestColds Bronchitis
uponwit sus ~ 3:4 .43'himself is his best ad-always imthe Kremlin looks upon with suspicion. * R Caaane maculately Lucis-Beebe'd . The
MERRY-GO-ROUND mmm n balCo. e A Cmnti, onon of is waiting for a friend in front
MERRY-GO-RUND Corp. eter A. Cainiti, on ne of hiselegant apa rtmrent house. AO IO CE sPTIo
El When announcement was made in Young China learns to sing, upper left, and receives instructions in hand in an exhibition of muscular huge, plump, costly cigar in his
the senate that P'e-sident Roosevelt workings and usage of electrical gadgets, upper right Not all is play, control, when they met on a troop teeth and his jewelry flashing in the RHEUMA IS
had nominated world-renowned poet however, as shown in lower photograph, where young China is lined up transport. The Caminitis of Brook- sun. . Looking at him (as though NEURITIS-LUBAGO
and Librarian of Congress Archi- on their way to the cotton mills to do their share in driving out the Japs lyn played prewar vaudeville but transfixed) was a has-been in tatbald MacLeish to be assistant secre- from their homeland. now entertain Gis with their acts. ters Benham kept puffing on
tary of state, one wit cracked: his ________trying not to notice the
"From now on, all treaties negoti- fellow, who kept looking and lookated by the state department will be on
written in iambic pentameter." 'Produce or he caught Earl's eye and quipped;
(E Winter difficulties in shipping sup- "Are you happy?'
plies to Russia through the Arctic -.* CAiTION: IL I
sea, combined with the establish- S. A & 00 H n u ii IV V 0 put
ment of Allied control of the entire r ngi H e
Mediterranean area, are resulting
in Allied pressure upon Turkey to
open the Dardanelles. This would Curt Riess, the author-correspond- WNU-7 52-4
permit shipment of supplies to Rus- were just divorced. He soon
sia's Black Sea ports, and mean thesigned saving of thousands of miles of water nd oerlnd tavelfro.the. jerker in the drug store at 55th and
ter and overland travel from the
Persian gulf up through Iran and
Southern Russia. champ from Calif.
4l When Larry Fly resigned from
the FCC and moved to New York, Sl in O Alley: Fs'
he took up residence at the Lom- coic, a ked into
hardy apartments. A neighbor in flsw clothier's and a
the building is Wall Street lawyer o
Eugene L. Garey, who master-mind- w-winter overcoat?" A starchy
ed the smear-Fly campaign of Con- floorwalker, in his best frigid tones,
gressman Cox's house committee said: "$225" . "N-n-never -mwhich investigated the FCC not long mind," stammered Joe, walking out,
ago.
ago.ss ~ ~ ~ ~h,'F~ "I'll hear it on the r-r-r-radio!" .
41 At the Court of St. James, U. S. Asked what she thought of a new
ambassadors usually bow to British An interesting sidelight of the New York Poultry show was this biiamesn G.ire, abovree, tl War ll show oro th Pare said: "Wel
custom and wear knee breeches, would-be "battle" between a White Plymouth Rock cockerel and a White
though Ambassador Charley Dawes Rose Comb bantam. Even though the cock has his leg raised in a sued a call for drafting of all 26 to 37. desired." .- "And," queried,,herGeInoAtn
rebelled, and wore ordins'y long threatening gesture, he thought better of his action in picking on his year-old nol-defense workers. Wai friend "what was that?" . Gt
pants. tiny bantam opponent. .work or war, he demands. money back," said Dorothy. For Full ViCtoryl





The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla., Friday. December 29. 1944


-- MPROGEOGSEEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS


NIFRM NTERATINALNeat and Wearable House Frock'

S~rRYTHU FR: on Caeyo WOYTWNU S~ Leson Tailored Brother and Sister Sets
U.RE SEBy HArO0LDrL. LUNDUIST. D. D.
THEand feet tied, Miss Corey. But this "How will Amber's death be ex- Corehed oy e nstu o agr
is railroaded Into taking a fob she does is an extremely dangerous situation. planned? R
a3t want, helping Admiral Duncan write I may be occupied with other things,
his memoirs. She Is in love with Paul
]1uncan, the admiral's grandson. while and you must realize that, under dear Miss Corey, I thought that was Lesson for December 31 aboard the Samoa en route to Hawaii the circumstances, I cannot entirely quite obvious to you. You are such 4 ,he is thrown overboard, but is rescued. trust you." a clever young lady I sometimes Lesson subjects and Scripture texts SePearl Harbor is bombed while they are He took a flat bottle out of had no with elected and copyrighted by international
steaming towards Hawaii, and two de- his hip pocket. He undid the foil this sort of thing." permission.
stroyers escort them to the isle of Oabu.
After landing Zorie and Paul overhear t t k a s "Are you saying," Zone gasped, THE BASIS OF COURAGE FOR
!Paul's handsome brother, Steve, with "that her death will be blamed on THE FUTURE P*
whom Zorle is infatuated, plotting with "Brandy," he said, "is always so me?"
Winthrop Lanning to deliver some radar comforting in a crisis. Will you join "But it is already blamed on LESSON TEXT-Matthew 16:13-20; H Pe. 'a
equipment to the Axis. Believing Steve me?" you!" he said, as if he were greatly ter 3:14-18; 1 John 2:1.3. A
is in danger Zorie rushes into the night GOLDEN TEXT-Wherefore, my beloved
to save him and discovers the body of "No," Zone said huskily, surprised. "Where do you suppose brethren, be ye steadfast. unmovable, al. If
beautiful Amber Lanning on the ground. The precautions he had taken were your compact is? Where do you sup- ways abounding In the work of the Lord.
alrmng I h mrey ntndd pose your handkerchief is?" forasmuch as Ye know that your labor is 0.~
alaring If e mrel intnde tonot vain In the Lord.-I Corinthians 15:58. CHAPTER her.a while, to question her, "By her body!" ZoXe cried.
CHATERXIVhe would have untied her hands and "But of course, Miss Corey!" A significant year-1944. But now it
"Ifeet. And something in his manner, Zoe took a deep breath. Mr. is gone. We look into the future and
I idt us oti miued iermus in his eyes, was alarming, too. For Lanning was gazing at her sadly. ask ourselves, what next? Shall we *.
did itl Just this minute l He mustthfistmeineeha scv
thee strrste time since he haydscur" profession do things enter the new year with fear and ~'*I
have strangled her!" ered her bending ovet Amber's so thoroughly" s s
Mr. Planning held the light ot body, she felt thoroughly frightened said I'd fo tre

ey," he said, "this is tragic. This been too occupied with thoughts of this sort of thing. When Amber is If man's knowledge and dependa- f
is very, very tragic." found, with those simple proofs that ability are all we have to stand on,
The next thing, his hand was self. She had reasoi'.ed that he and I klled her, the authorities will as- we had better be afraid, but there is clamped over her mouth and he was Pierre would probably not go to sume that, in grief or panic, I went a real basis for courage and assurholding her tight against his body Kokee. Pierre would doubtless shoot off and perhaps threw myself off a dance If we look to God, and to His q
with his other hand and arm. She him as they drove along. She was Cliff I suppose that's very obvi- Word. We have: d ,
could not move. sr htPer neddt ilos"1 nUfiigCrs Mt.1;.
In the silence, she heard footfalls st
could. not move.t be Ana Unfalin Chis wMase 16;ing Hitiuee 32)
on the other path, and the sound of Sa s n g Hi a d 1 enough that men recog- yrs.
men's voices. She identified them as Pal hould recall socely ld or a ma wiln toadieefor
Pierre's and Steve's. Theyhis vindictive expression as he said we l oROTHER and sister set the liting to the grage, those hings that h should have "You're sorry," she said quietly. His convictions. He must be more if *Lteok ilwn owa f
thng tong thet garage.aeI okswllwn t ea f
She struggled. She tried to free known might sentence Steve to "You're awfully sorry that I must He is to deliver mankind, and, thank herself, but Mr. Lanning was pre- death. A man of Paul's type was be-liquidated. But you've arranged brother's trousers both have suw
pared for it. He held her so tightly it so that I haven't a chance." Peter, speaking by the guidance
that'she could not move. of God, declared Jesus to be "the '1'eT Either b
He held her until the sound came M re I on s ay ie that Christ, the Son of the living God." 17 wear the neatly tailored blouse,
of~~Ms aCaotrinte h sf o h rey, be aon' aernate"at "Is this what Christ is to you? There l 34-48 with long or short sleeves.
of a car starting, then the soft lowThrmabenalratv.*0a whine of its gears. The crisp sound are so many shabby, inadequate, in- Pattern No. 9
oIs therautrteae nfddeigkle any aolteblative to my accurate, limiting views of Christ to- HueFok5 and 6 years. Size 3. blouse, ;10o
of its exhaust retreated and faded. benkildicodbod"dyMewilgvHmprsbuHueFok
Holding her securely, Mr. Lanningof 35 r sho u oldin eeely MadkrhiLannIg "I do not say that there Is," he refuse to give Him the honor due WXONDERFULLY simple to fit inch material: skirt, I%/ yards; Pam[*
hookanswered. "I only say there may to Him alone. The only Christ that -easy to wear and launder- yard.
was, she discovered later, a large be." ever really lived is the Christ of the this button-front house frock will
one. He forced the thick center part
Inoe he foe d t e d thic c endpr "Where did Steve and Pierre Sa- New Testament, and that Christ is make you look crisp and neat for SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN IDEl'.
into her mouth and tied?" e ends homefront tasks 530 South Wells St. chendse
tight behind her head, so that shecents in coins for eac could not cry out. "I don't know, Miss Corey." God. Any Christ less than that is a pattern desired.
He seemed to have recovered his Bs false Christ, a Christ of man's Pattern No. 1977 comes in sizes 34. 36,
"Butsur Hen' was, onceea aganerrkllhe imagination. The Christ of the New A 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48., Size 36 requires *Pattern No .Size .
composure. He was, once again, save but noote 4% yards of 35 or 39nch material; V Name.
the calm, urbane gentleman she had "I think that Pierre will try. But Cstisnthe savu n" oPe- yards rickrack to trim.
knw nthe "aoa" He was PCrs is very Ifvou waf Notes).ei For this pattern send 25 cents in gains, Address.:.
knownSevmoas vSeveclever, he oubet's your name, address, size desired and pat.
meeting an emergency, a serious aware that your fiance said the This Christ, the unfailing One, tern number.
crisis, as men of his sort always do, things he did, he would be better Due to an unusually large demand and
with finesse and sureness. prepared to cope the current war conditions, slightly more time
"I'm wt Pierre But Coryt on an of Him as is required in filling orders for a few of
so oryMis ory, h h wsnt wae.Threor, iereGod. That Church marches on into the most popular pattern numbers. T eiv a
said. "But this is really necessary. has a slight advantage. But only a 1945, as it has entered every other
This is a very critical time, I as- slight advantage. It may not be year, assured that as it follows
sure you, and you have stumbledspag very frank- Christ, and preaches God's Word, upon something that is very embar- ly. Pierre is not clever. He is re- there is reason for encouragement
passing to me." lentless, but his intelligence is not and joy even in this awful day. Big Sacipg No k oe
He carried her along the path to always alert. And in this profession, You'll be surprised how quickly aid
where it joined the other path. He cleverness counts more than relent- 3 A U fg8P. easily you ca relieve coughs due to
carried her into the garage. With lessness. Therefore, Steve has an 3:14-18). svhn yo tyhis sld gohis flashlight, he found some short even chance of coming out of it Christianity is not just a set of cipe. it gives you about four timesas
alve"rules and regulations. It is a life. Use a large oiled silk bowl cover much cough medicine for yourigmowen
pieces of rope. He tied Zorie's feet It must grow, and it does grow. The for an emergency shower cap, and you'll find it truly wonderful.
together, and he tied her hands se- Zorie believed he was being hon. really born-again believer cannot Make a syrup by stirring 2 cups o
gcurely behind her.and one eup li cuIl am in realsorryaot.hs est. If Steve had a chance of com- stand still in his spiritual experi- Glue a bright piece of linoleum water a few moments, until dissolved.
"I m rall sosory bou ths, ngout of it alive, he might come to ence. He has a faith which must over the old worn top of a card No cooking needed-it's no trouble it
Miss Corey," he said. "But I can't all. (or you can use corn syrup or
thise cabiner. It asueyu ohne-n ewouldipov ste' movhe himr ofoadaduwrfr tbe liquid honey. instead of sugar syrup.)j
leave you here. I assure you, youPa (obt.
are most embarrassing to me. I persuade Mr. Planning that Paul had This experience is called growing When boiling cauliflower, place ed from any druggist) Into a pint bct.
have to keep an appointment, and I benlying maliciously and that in grace, which means that each day In a kettle with head dwnward, tie. Add your syrup and you hav" a
dare notfull pint of medicine that will ama dof this new year we as believers are Scum rising to the top of kettle you by Its quick action. It neve
He found some soft cushions and He gathered her in his arms and ings with these people. to become more like our Lord. We will not then settle on flowers and spoils, and tastes line.
placed them on the floor of a sedan, started at a trot. If Steve reached this cabin alive, are to have stronger convictions, discolor them. This simple mixture takes right h~
He arranged Zorie on these cush- she was certain he would not let and at the same time we are to be of a cough. For real results, Yove
inadhwaexrmlgetenot tberuedinastin ca-thmklhepoidhewsgvn idradmreoig.W ae never seen anything better. It loosien.s
tb u t n or boetrste theming kil her, pr vd dhmasgv n kn er a d mr-ovn. W r Coffee grounds make a good the phlegm, soothes the irritated mam
ions,a voice in the matter. It came down to be more forgiving, tenderer, sweeping compound for use in the brans and ses the soreness.
about it.
He closed the door, then got into ment, her feeling for Paul was one to that very ironical basis: Her only more eager to serve Christ. basement. Pinex is a special compound of provezs
the driver's seat, backed the car of sheer loathing. Because of his chance to get out of this cabin alive Christian, have you made any Ingredients, in concentrated form.well
thew drier' seat backed thei carogh
out, and started. Zorie knew when vindictiveness and his unpredictable was to convince Mr. Planning, and spiritual progress in the year 1944? When washing walls, start at knoncor irotation In ruthywere climbing the hill out of ntrhsbohrwspsil n rnha riain.Mnyi.
they weecibn h iloto aue i rte a osbyanyone else who came in, that Steve If not it is because you have failed the bottom, instead of at the top; funded if it doesn't please youil
the cove to the cliff, and she won- dead and she was in a position of the was what he actually was-a true- to take God's provision for your life, then if you spill any of the every Way. dered if he intended throwing her utmost gravity. blue Nazi! And if she could some- You have let the enemies of your cleaning fluid on the wall it will
off the cliff. "What are you going to do with how save her own life, she would soul mislead you (v. 17). You have
The car stopped presently and Mr. me?" she asked, have a chance of trapping them all, not been diligent in your Christian
Lanning got out and opened the rear Winthrop Laning tilted the bottle She suspected that Mr. Planning, life (v. 14). door. It was now raining hard, to his mouth and drank. His hand in his present frame of mind, would God does not want any believer to It is easier to wash a largeB
He removed the gag from her was making a little. He put the be an awfully hard man to convince, live a defeated life, not growing in mount of slightly soiled clothes
mouth, but he did not remove the bottle back on the table. First, she must secure all the infor- grace and in knowledge. And there than a few very dirty ones.
rord from her wrists or ankles. He looked at her. The steadiness nation he would part with, is the secret-study God's Word in
Zonie's lips were numb and there of her stare seemed to disconcert "Who owns this cabin?" 1945. Learn more about God, and Clean your brick hearth by first
was a bitter taste in her mouth. He him. He glanced away. He made "One of your dinner guests-Basil you will grow. That's something to scrubbing with a stiff brush and
ook off his coat and draped it a grimace. look forward to. hot soapy water. Rinse clean and
about her shoulders. He gathered Srmeg o r upie9
herbo hsr m hou ders arHed atere "Nothing," he answered. "The, "And Mr. Stromberg wlhaete Then note that this is to be in wipe dry. Let stand a day and
wilere h the light of the promised return of then coat with boiled linseed oil. HERE HMIS
r into his arms and started at a matter is no longer in my hands." final say, whether I'm to live or CE
trot through the rain.
In the light of his pocket torch,Christ (v. 14). He may come in 1945. Ic hedanced as hs rancsetsa trhe Mr. Lanning's dark eyes were "YsMssCre. III. An Inspiring Hope (I John Baking soda is one of the best- GAATE
which danced as he ran, she saw the"YsMisCry"313.konaetfrclnnglshouse-a large cabin painted a dull vague. The gray flesh under them "When will he be here?" 3k grlsR
green, now shining wet with rain. looked more puffy than usual. He We have already touched on the ware. SKI E
Mr. Lanning carried her up on a bent forward. Mr. Planning looked at his watch, great hope of the Church-the comporch, unlocked a door and carried "Miss Corey, you have in your "I told him two-thirty. It is now ing again of our Lord Jesus, and
hker inside. He directed his light possession an extremely dangerous twelve-forty. He is usually very here it is presented as the inspira- moved and there is no second perabout the room, piece of information. I regret x- punctual, but he had certain a- tion to holy living, son to help, this is a satisfactory g- Ah Your Dht].
It was a cozy, nicely furnished ceedingly that it happens to be in rangements to make and he may be Sometimes the world points a fin- way to do it. There is little lifting, or .Writs
tica ieI am very much a little late." ger of scorn at Christians, x- and there will be no scratches on
room-typically a man's idea ofyorpsein.NJ.BDI what a comfortable living-room in a afraid that the outlook for you is Zone supposed that these arrange- posing their weaknesses and fail- the floor. Lift furniture onto an T-'Hal.a Maa
mountain cabin should be. very serious. I am very much afraid meats had to do with getting the ures. It makes us ashamed and old rag rug or sack. Then pull Durhes, N. Q.
He carried her through this room that there is no hope at all for you." precious cabinet containing JY-419 we resolve to do better, but we are it over to where you want it to be. 1 and into the one beyond, a smaller He sighed heavily. "You are en- off this island. Mr. Stromberg was not discouraged. The world doesn't room at the back of the house. it timely innocent. I admire you very doubtless contacting a Japanese understand spiritual truth or Chriswas a combined study and break- much. And I do wish there was agent who would arrange to have titan experience. We believers are
fast room, and beyond it, through some way out of this for you. I JY-49 delivered to a Japanese sub. "the children of God," born again an open door, she caught a glimpse will gladly help you in any way." marine, through faith in Jesus Christ.
af the kitchen. Zone's mouth was very dry. "Do "Are we in Kokee?" All that is involved in this new
Mr. Lanning gently set Zorie in a you mean-I won't leave this cabin "Yes. On the edge of Waimea Can- life does not yet appear. It is hidchair beside a window. He closed alive?" on-the most beautiful canyon in den under the imperfections and the
the living-room door and lighted a Mr. Planning avoided her eyes, the world. More beautiful, in my failures of our lives. But it is there,
kerosene lamp on the table. He seemed to be genuinely upset. than the Grand Canyon of and one day when Jesus comes
He sat down in a chair facing her. "The gentleman to whom this cabin I sincerely hope you again it shall be made known. "We
He looked her over with anxious so- belongs will be here presently He will live to see a Waimea sunrise, shall be like him." Ah, that makes licitude. Her lovely sun-pleated star- will have to decide. Meanwhile, if this rain will only stop. You will one square his shoulders and lift sapphire gown was spattered with since things are so completely hope- see it from this window. The edge up his head to meet 1945 with aspurple-redof the canyon Is only a hundred surface.
As she stared at him, all henr a o"P E A E T I
purple-ed muard les for, you-i ther anyhin do? feet away. From this window, the Observe that this hope of Christ's P E A E T I
courage, the fortitude that had been "What Is happening to Steve?" view is superb." return is not just a theological docsustaining her, threatened to leave He lifted his shoulders slowly and He went around the table and tine to discuss, or a religious sloher. She had a quick appalling let them fall. "I'do not know, MIS opened the window. gan to proclaim. It has a tre- THIS AREA !
glipseof he irlshehadonc Crey I ave't heainestida "We don't have to blackout here," mendously practical application. lf you're avictim, don't expose others!l And in your own interest,
glimpse of the girl she had onceCoe.Ihvnthefiesida
been, the girl who had changed so I will gladly answer any question M Lanning said. "There is noth- The one who expects Christ to come getreieffrom nasalcongestionfastthefamousMetholltllm way.
miraculously. She felt herself slip- you care to ask." iag across the canyon but swampy back seeks that holiness of life IMentholaturem instantly goes to work with 4 vital actions It
ping back irresistibly into that per- "I think I'm beginning to under- wilderness. Of all the dreary re- which is spoken of in verse 3. petually meek, timid, frightened girl. stand," Zone said, "It's either your strictions of modern warfare, the He is coming. I must be ready to I helps clearthatstopped-upnoneso youcanbreathe-sleepageml
Then her wavering eyes returned life or mine. Isn't that true?" one I detest the most is the black- meet Him with joy. So my life-yes, Atthe Same time, itsoothes;cold-infamled Raembanws-tinallAtes
T n ied t." the details of my daily life-must be thelocalbloodSupply,andhelpsreduceswllig.IfcoldspadstO
to Mr. LaSing's flushed faceage realy altl M ore se He returned to his chair. He had right. What an incentive to real holy chest, rub Mentholatum on throat, chest and back to stiulat
staebo nafod. S heegt old horaer althan tte Ifmoue souldebenset another drnki. The level in the bat- living! surface circulation, help lessen congestion in sore, cotigb-wirncket.
came back in a flood. She told her-thnha.Iyo soudb se
self she would not revert to her old free, you can say so many danger- tie had already gone down amazing- Well, here is real courage with muscles. Get time-proved Mentholatuni today. Jar, tube 3OI
self She had won that fight] She ous things, not only about me but ly. Zone recalled the seven or eight which to meet the new year. May it wasn't afraid! No matter what hap- about other people." cocktails he had had before dinner, be a blessed one in your life, no
pened, she would not let her old "But if I disappear, how will that His eyes were as clear, his hands matter what the experiences and cimeekness return! be explained?" and his voice and evidently his braiu cumstances may be. God is In the
were as steady as if he hadn't i new year. Let us move forward
"I am very sorry," Mr. Lanning "Many people disappear and it is drop. with Him,
maid, "to have to keep your hands never explained." (TO BE CONTINUED,







FOUR --THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1944


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TOOURSOLDIERSOVESEASCLASSIFIEDAD In the Court of the Conly .Iuile, In the C.Ort Of the (ouiity Juldhit,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY J Jefferson County, FI rins,
1-" O ET oen oot osIn re: Estate of In I'obe uteord i. Ihnan Dece ase .
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KEATHLEY BOWDEN F"" Jdeo
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES ewki. deceased, decsed
One CIPIO Yer---------$20 9 s w First publication lNovembher 241lb. 1944. First publications Novemiber 2th., 1944.
One Year --------$2.00 M,.k
~' ~. "l~a. ~ Yo ar heebyreqire toperon-No. 21-No 24, De 1-8-15. No. 22-No. 24, De. 1-8-15.
Six Months -------- 1.0 Yo ar hereby 1.00e tpron
Three Months -----------.05 ally appear before the above entitled
Thre M~ts----------75'~s"'' ~ ~ Court in the Court House at Monti-I
A~~ ~~ ~cello, Florida, on Mondayr the 5th day A lease that gives the tenant stable Z. of February, 1945, to answer the Bill
and ecue rght totheuseof h '' e,'e ~ 'aof Complaint for a Divorce exhibited
and secure rights to the use of the 11
farm for a definite period of time willMontienable hims to planape hisihe famiuins
enable him to plan his farm business (Official Signal Corps Photograph) 164543 Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida, [LORIDA CAN ECOM E THE
more carefully. An Army travels on it's stomach, and Army rahons travel in wood is hereby designated as the newspapboxes. 15,500,000,000 feet of lumber are needed for boxing and or in which this order shall be published regularly once each week for
"Too Late To Classify" crating in 1944. Send your trees to war. four consecutive wee
__________________Witness the Honorables E. C. Lve .
NOTE:-Each Holiday Season Iand W. May Walker, J e a
receive c nueou oeqetsfrihdramesFa e HOSPITAL PLAN' as Clyde H. Sauts, Clerk of said Court7
receive numerous requests for the re-said Court at Montipublication of 'Twas the Night AF- $ 5.00 a day for a Hospital Room 16th day of I
TER Christmas" written in 1938, s0 done their part by achieving 0r sur- December, A. D. 1944.
I am letting it serve as my column (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
for this week. Russell Kay. this despite more serious handicaps 10.00 on Operating Room Charges. CLYDE H. SAULS
"TWAS THE NIGHT AFTER and problems than they had ever ex- 3.00on Laboratory Charges. Clerk of Circuit Court for

CHISMA"perienced befoI'o 10.00 on Medicines and Bandages. Jefferson County, Florida.
CHRISTMAS"5.0o Amuacst orfo JonISh a,

achievement on the part of the farint- Hsia.SlctrfrCmliat
'Twas the night after Christmas, and es of Florida and other states has 25.00 on X-rays the cost). No. 27-Jan. 5-12-19-26, Feb. 2.
boy what a house- given this country a g 12.00on Anesthetic Char. OC
I felt like the devil, and so did the o f.00 on Physio-Therapy Treatments.
Spouse. ucts than any other country in the 50.00for Emergency Care away
The eggnog and turkey and candy woi fi ohn home.
were swell, one of the weapons Treatments. Estate of Roland Carroll. deceased.
migtiet o al 5.0 fr FrstAidto -WHOM IT MA17 CONCbLN: But ten hours later, they sure gave for victory. FAMILY GROUPS AT ONE Nice is -iven tha I have
me hell. The fifth year of wai-time work is PREMIUM nie my fil report as Adinistr
o (f i),. estate of Roland If. Carroll, d,Thestckigsween' hng y henow coming up--it will he here in a Wrhte or Phone ceased: that I have, filed lny petition
The stockings weren't hung by thego- for inal discharge, and that I will aochimney with care, PROFESSIONAL ply to the TIona Thomas B. Bird.
ing ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Cu to tkitistie Itwlbecly Judgec, of Jeffer~son C'ounmty
The darn things were sprawled on the n INSURANCE CORPORATION Iloridaat his ofice i the Court House
backanother year of hard, hard work, bac o a har,. o cntnue lbo shrtge, o cn- Rm. 4, Christie Hall Bldg. ;' 5iottictillo, Plidic on ~th (ellay K
of Janltiary. A. D), 1945~ for apim val of
Thechidrn wrenesle al sng ofcotinedlabr sorage, f cn-P. 0. Box 132 Phone 1961 the same and for- final'dischairge as AdiThe children were nestled all snug in tinned problems which have already arll deceased.
mmistrator of thle estate of Roland .
their bed, been experienced and, perhaps, of new T Datedehis c A
But I had a large cake of ice on my Tue hsSh, enbi .D 911
head. problems. Florida farmers, however, NAME .FRED CAM10I,1,
hed.will do the job before them if it is Adminisnti ab of tise' etteof RIoland
ADDRSS -- --~-~ .1. Camlion. deceased.
And when I finally dosed off in a nap, humanly possible.
The ice woke me up when it fell in While their production goals for TOWN.No.----------,--5,-22,-29
my lap. 1945 haye been reduced for some crops
Then for some unknown reason, I and kept at the 1944 figure for others NOTICE OF PPI,IcA
wanted a drink, they have been raised for a few other hOR )IS('ibAi; Itn Counci passed December hp
So I started in feeling my way to the crops such as ptlp wood. To make Cm1m County Judges Couit, Joffeison 1944 intmutiog me to call the munici- ?
sink thse ajusmens an, prtiulary, 11Ct'. lorida. Dal leto forlte Townm Offierst for AD1
these aosmet andb calaidicoalytoi,
sink. Es'Etate of A T. C ichai fson, deceased 194,1hrb alsi eeto oh'.v
to cut mor e pulp wood (which mut TO O TMYCNIiN held ma (tm 8tht day of January 11145
I gt aongfin 'tl Istepedon the be cut in greater quantities than ever Notice is herebs' given, that Ivo have itle s e being the 2nd l s ay. I got along fine 'til I stepped scouts The
cat, oki ~eo-(i
cabefore) is gigto rqiecareful toe last will and tcslaitient lit -\ 1. (1, Icr'd op)"ee b' thle 'flown Clerk in tle,I do't ecal jut wat ccured f- lannng- gong rquie Pitetam dson, dec-asled; that v we 1 wial- lrtT ice onl tme 20h i day of Dlecemml,'i
Ingenuity, and mountains Of justwhatoc-1) 1941 and kept opn until the 5th d
ter that. ]]) "teol'h"sD il oc
ter that, effort. If every farmer will plan his t, Indiepo .11llfemsi Co''timt.' Flor do of Jauttary A. it. 194', liuhitla T'y mtmis ],. ffice in tle C,'om'l- House~ atl Man- elusivp. When I came to, the house was all work as carefully as possible and !,'lotila on The 16th day Jun 'fle following officers ane to 1', votflooded with light, will stay at his job with the high uary, A 1. 1915. f-o appi ova ot tie fo. Maym, Tosva Clerk and Trenssaeat for foal discharge a, Exeltit- er,"'flowe Marshal mdTxoletr
Although under the table, I'm as high for one year
as a kite. t,,tr"e
as a itehave caracterized the work of farm- A.I I lm'hlam', eceasel. thre lllesllr of thle Town C:omncil
ch feted lli 121, 1: ofDvceiI,1, A who sihtul bsold Office for two, yecars and '
W h ile v is io n s o f s u g a r p lu m s d aDnc e dlte r A i m e e m b e r s o f t e In e o ru t ic x
Whleviios f ugr lus taned esdnun th ast four years, the I. il .1 W0INETIAM RICHART)QSON 'citiv Couatt' hlsalhodfie [asionS
in y had,1945 production job will be completed. -mtN1.U l-HIt5O o two yea rs. F
in my head, TfIa, andTlpc~so'
I somehow got up and then back into MARY LEE ll, Cler Tire f{,lhowiag name Ipcos an
bed.act Tt o I. ( coadtCt said eletion MR. T. BM
The wattomywadein mndService Columin- Iii IlihId'.11. deceased. Donald"M,. John Ooomk, C4'. i I T Joes ~cu ve thon the wporld
Then what to my wandering mind (otne rmpg ) N 6 e.1-22-u.5 nT 1 Ihr
should appear ( dgHARD sIMPsoN
But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny been announced by Headqtarters of NOTICE OF APPIATO No 24 D 5152229 ari
ridethe U. S. Strategic Air Forces !it O DISCH AE N wa l'ooigtoadheA rin
reindeer. Rira for the latest in fashions

The sleigh seemed to change to a red He is serving in the European the- n t' fE
fire truck atre as group air inspector and exe- County, Florida. Sealed bids will be received at the styles make their debut each winAnd each reindeer turned into a ctv fie faTopCrirSr
And ach einder trnedcutie oficerof aTroo Carier er-Estate of William Bailey, deceased. City Hall until 5:00 o'clock P M. on0 ~ - ".~ e nFoia otwrepn
bleary-eyed buck. vice Wing unit, commanded by Lt. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Ju 2, 1 on lo describe as wo'
Iaur kne in4 an momen itemustbbeol
I knew in a moment it must be old Colonel Clifton P. Lacey, Dayton, Notice is hereby given that I have "Part of the SE'4, of NEI,', Section e,~~"" sion i 1 ridjfks great tourist
Nick, Ohio. filed my final report as Administra- business will accentuate this trend.
And I tried to cry out, but my tongue Service Wing is the repair and sup- trixsof th at e filliam Bai 426, s t m u 8 feet Stylistslook to Florida as a proywas too thick, ply arm of the U. S. Troop Cairier dced that ihae, fld myPti
Forces, which recently teamed u tonfrialdshgeadtatIknown as the Lindsey Lot, East End. ing ground . the step twr
Then the old devil whistled and shout- wl will apply to the Honorable Thomas The Town Council reserves the making it the real Fashion Center
ed with glee~wit to e desr Aledi~ sti'nlod Arm B. Bird, County Judge of Jefferson right to reject any and all bids. o h aini hr n
ed wit gleeto desroy Grtmapstilonlifols illCounty, Florida at his office in the No. 28- Dec. 29 Jan. 5 o h aini hr n
While the bucks pawed the earth and Holland. Court House at Monticello Florida,
looked daggers at me. Shortly after the airborne infantry on the 30th day of January, A. D.
Then he called them by name, and the wam tii Frid. Power &
names merfa o. Miami. W. rka. can capitalize on this trend even
The h clld hembynaeanstere ladeftoste ayterrnmfnldicag asAmietatt f n eni~ .I neat foid. further . where fashions azc
When I heard them I felt like a ship st Sv the estate of William Bailey, deceas 9,% Cmpn manage
minus rdeme mechanics were flown in to ed. created, where, too, garments Ca
Now Egg-nog, Bacardi, Four Roses ed in the landing operations near b)r, A. D. 1944. H TRANSFER & STORAGE
and Brandy, Eindhoven, Brest, Grave and Am- MAYE
Now Fruit Cake, Cold Turkey, Gin hem. Administratrix of the estate of Local ful( Long Distance
Rickey and Candy. Although exposed to enemy artil- Wd operate in Fla., Ga., Ala
To the tip of his dome, to the top of lery, machine-gun and sniper fire, the No. 29-Dec. 29 Jan. 5-12-19 Tenn., and Miss.
his skull, aircraft repairmen installed new em- Modern Equiiment S
Now whack away, crack away with gises, wings and mechanical parts on Ene re
tupthtaedl.battle-damaged planes, and new. fetson Comuty. Florida, eeshc Office, Phone 1099 0 lit 13ein: Puiblishied by FMori Powesr & Light
thumps that are dull, and wings o 't. 194I. Residence P 2910 Company ha tie itt of Floridats
whel, nsruens otceisherbygientlatpusumsI New Warehouse 03 VTGane Industrial Potar.
Then in a twinkling I felt on my roof flak-ripped gliders. otcti o er 18296, a tallahassee,
The prancing and pawing of each Subsequently, repaved troop car- Ai, m f 1927, kimowt ts tta Fla.
xvere sed t evac atefumipity Act, the fohho~v'ing- desom ibed : o ~ ~ .,. cloven hoof. river planes hitd it, Ieffomsom Coumtt, Flomida, vll
How long this werit on I'm sure I wounded, while the gliders were em- it offered for sale at limic outcry fot
can't- te higis and hest cash bid, subsae
can' sayploed aainto hul gnsammuit-to the rieht of the Trustees If the It,But it seemed like eternity, plus a tion, food, clothing, drugs and other titti lrtmlei'Ovent Fund to reject
long day. vital supplies to U. S. combat col- ,S ginm at 11,,,a Cl tAow1,
urms. io Sti,, day, Of Janutry, 1945. Ease- P ersonal Proper
But finally the night after Christmas C H t oen ford sleigt of WitI 200 feet
had passed and oerated tviide will be reerved front amy pameel R a E t e N R ai or Shine
Ohio, formerly owned an prtdtli"rougi wic~l~ h ere Is an exlisting ea stt
St'atl' 1-tad and ats to hailed in compihosite
And I found I really could think good the Cleveland Photrait Co. From tracts of Ili acres om atore, title to one
at last. 1927 until 1940, he was a flight of- half of all petm'oletin aid tltree-fontils
(,f ilier asiseralils will ble resem-ved.
So I thought of the New Year, a few ficer with the 112th Observation Iescrlhttiom Sisc Two. Itg Ar's Q GA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 2,1945
days away Squadron, Ohio National Guard. He TRMOTEIIS OF TItB NTE11NAL
And I've made me a vow that ESTATE, noNlin for d s a n e
AdIvmaem avo thtno reported for active Federal service STATE OF FLORiDA. CA LYSIHETTsli-frdvso mn er
tempter can sway. Nov. 25, 1940, and was promoted to By CLYDE 1, SAtTTS.
thelan ofmajr Mrchlat 192.Agent Trtuste-es I. 1. Fund Jet- knoww, as Bob Grnoocr Place) Sale will begin on thse farm, 7 nilles So. of Quitman, at 11 A. 31.
I'm sticking to water, don't even t n a r ,sn Cotnty.
wantNo. 25. Dec 662.8 ACRES more or less, of extra good land suitable for tobacco, cotton, con, pets and grain,
Forwth e nothing as-tasty-and about half in cultivation fenced and cross-fenced with howire, also lots of
F o th nothing as tasty ang w ith 9i.- Colonial hom e w ith 2 baths; 5 extra onic
nohn a ieLIVE STOCK AUCTrION SALE 4,1. tobacco barns, all buildings in extra good condition. All household and kitchen furniture which consists
The night after New Years may both- NO of 5 lice bedroom suits, livims and dining room suit amd other items not listed. 63 rolls of new hager some guys wire; 12 rolls of new barbi'e; two 2-horse wagon, mowing machine, milk cows, saddles and harness;
Bu Ivelernd yleso, ndbr-REAL ESTATE single at-d dcule plows; corn drill; 4 guiano distributors; cutaway harrows and other farm implements.
ButAlso con and hay. Everything sells regardless of price, terms cash. For full particulars see Judge
other, I'm wise. AND CATTLE TO Spencer Bennett, Quitman, Ga., Bill Etheridge on the farm cur representative "General Quitman

You can have your victuals, and liq- MONTICELLO STOCH YARD Hotel" or oui office. Lola D. Smith, Admx.
uor that's red a house, or some land M FREE! Barbecue Dinner and Casih Prizes. FREE!
But what goes to my stomach won't Auction every Monday, and get
go to my head. highest market prices. Sale JOHNSUN L CO., Agents
So a big Happy New Year to you andT. M R I
Soa igHapyNe Yartoyo ad starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock I T.J ARI ass-Howell Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. Ma. 31 32
to all, Yards J. M. Hawkins, Mgr. REAL ESTATE BROKER A
I'm back on the wagon and I hope I LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR QUICK SATISFACTORY RESULTS
dont fll Monticello Florida
don't fall.
-Russell Kay done theirVpartbyachievin
passng teir oals The hav don








FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1944 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FIVE

~~~Mr. and Mrs. X. L. Lindsey and!W u e n l
daughter, Janet, f High Springs, YANKS LOADING IN INYASION Waukeenah
spent Christmas with Mrs. Lindsey's BARGES AT TUNIS Chas. Parham is spending a few
mother, Mrs. Mannie Scruggs. days in St. George with relatives and
Social A ctivities -----_-_-- friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Scruggs, Sr., and Lt. and Mrs. W. M. Scruggs, Jr., Rev, and Mrs. J. A. Boyd spent
were in Greenville, Tuesday, calling Christmas in Quincywith their daughHenry Edwards of Lloyd was a vis- Sydney Coxetter of Lloyd was a on Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Reams. ter and family.
itor here on Wednesday. business visitor here on Tuesday.
________ I ____I Mr. and Mrs. M. H-. Wilson had as~~,A~,Mrs. Hightower and Mrs. Lowell
Mr.adMr.M.H.WilsonhBuzbee and two children were in

ter, Mr .and Mrs. William Alexander Miss Mary Kilpatrick spent several holiday guests their daughters, Mi s Jacksonville for the holidays.
and children, Aleck and Bailey. days last week with relatives inMataWloofPncland is
a cie Aca Bl Jacksonville. Margaret Wilson of Tallahassee. I M. ip l a m
Mrs. Ray Bellinger of Jacksonville Miss Mary Budd law spent Sunday with the former's
has been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Mrs. John L. Hildreath of Jasper, s Mary Bh olidys with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Colson.
hel Mol Fla., visited Mr. and Mis. W. A. sonvilse spn t
E ine. White, recently. parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Mrvt
Holmes in their home on the T horoa '' \ Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Benton have
Mrs. J. D. Scruggs of Madison has*"l been visiting here as the guest of her rs. ice Weaver o ive Oa from Jacksonville and Greenville.
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Curtis. spent the holiday week end here with
________ her brother, E. R. Farr. ClfodScay of Barnesville, Ga.,'i"'M adMs.H .Clo fTl
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johnson and h1 hbee spending the holidays here lahassee were with their parents, Mr.
with his mother, Mrs. J. B. Tayl ~/ ~ ~ adMs ihadCloomudy
small sons, Jimmy and Kenneth, were Mrs. N. S. Curtis returned home ai and Mrs. Richard Colson, on Sunday.
and Mr. Taylor, in their home on
recent guests of relatives in Live Oak. Saturday from a stay of several West Washington street.
weeks in Hot Springs, Arkansas. 1 Mrs. Wooten and Mrs. Jennings ae
Doris Gandy of Tallahassee spent Mrs. Joe Carr, Mrs. Louis Morris, Christmas dinner Monday with 1R
the week end with his mother, Mrs. Thermon Stokley and family of St Mrs. Fred A. Mahan and Mrs. Thom- and Mrs. Chas. M. McClellan a.d
E. H. Gandy in her home in East End. Andrews spent the holidays in Monti- as B. Bird were luncheon guests on (Official Signal Corps Photograph) 176486 family.
cello visiting relatives and friends. Saturday of Mrs. Spessard Holland American soldiers going aboard invasion boats in a North Africa
Mr. and Mrs. William Bellinger of at the executive mansion in Tallahas- harbor. These boats also carry the supplies needed for the invasion Some of the farmers in this section
Tallahassee were recent guests of the Lt. and Mrs. W. M. Scruggs, Jr., them are about through with 1944 crops
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. spent several days last week visiting see. -most of them packed in wood and planning the 1945 crop and lookBellinger, in Jacksonville and in Waverly, Ga. inMr. and Mrs. J. W. Counnel were ing for help.
visitors in Tallahassee, Friday. They d Mrs. Curry J. Bassett are
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. McDonald had Mrs. Mable Lingenfelter of Talla- met their daughter, Mrs. L. R. Harris Christmas D nerr t ar M and Mrs. Jeff McClellan and
as their guests Christmas their son hassee spent Christmas Day here thI dagtr r. .R arsc~li~I~rceiving- congratulations on the ar- MrIn r.Jf clla n
Lt. T. B. McDonald, Jr., and his wife, with her brother, Keathley ere of Atlanta, who arrived by plane to rival of a son born in Archbold Hos- daughter, Patricia, of Leesburg spent
Lt. T. B st. caonald, Jr- spend the Christmas holidays with Mr and Mrs. W. M. Scruggs, Sr., pital on December 22, and has been Christmas here with their another
of Ky Wet an famly.and brothers.
herparents. had as their guests on Christmas Day, namcd William Coe Bassett, for his

Miss May Linton of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carroll spent Lt. and Mrs. W. M. Scruggs, Jr, of maternal grandfather. Mss Mary Helen Colson and Miss
spent the week end and Christmas Christmas in Waukeenah as the Family Reunion Augusta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. John Norma McClellan spent Sunday here
Day here with her parents, Mr. and guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. Kamnis and daughter, Carol Rae, of Lt. and Mrs. H. Burt Bassett and with their parents, returning to their
Mrs. Oscar Linton. L. W. Carter. Mr .and Mrs. R. G. Miller, whose Waverly, Ga., Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. G. two sons, Burt Jr., and Tim, are leav- work in Jacksonville, Monday.
I home is near Monticello entertained Piper, of Los Angeles, California, Mr. ing on the 2nd. of January for San Mrs. Waldo Harris and small daugh The Leverette family of Tavana, 58 relatives and friends with a buffet and Mrs. X. L. Lindsey of High Diego, Calif., where Lt. Bassett will Flight Officer Ray S. Bassett, from
ter, Martha Lynn, spent Christmas in Fla., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. dinner on Christmas Day. Springs and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bish- be stationed for six months before re- Coffeeville, Kansas, spent Christmas
Tallahassee with Mrs. Harris' parents D. Martin and Miss Ivie Connell on' The house was decorated with a op of Monticello. turning to the Pacific Fleet. holidays at home with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Taylor. Christmas Day. Christmas tree and other greenery. Mr .and Mrs. W. W. Bassett.
Among those attending the reunion' Mrs. Vance Harris and Mrs. L. F. CARD OF THANKS

Mrs. E. W. Carter spent Christmas Miss Louise Sattler spent the holi- and celebration were Mr. and Mrs. W. Jones left Tuesday for New Yoork CHURCH OF CHRIST
in Tallahassee with her sister, Mrs. days in Tampa as the guest of her J. L. Miller and three children and to spend ten days or two weeks with We wish to thank our many friends Meets at Womans Club
F. B. Matthews and nephew and niece brother and sister-in4law, Mr. and Mr .and Mrs. G. V. Miller, all of their husbands who are stationed in Monticello and Jefferson County
Mr. and Mrs. Doris Gandy. Mrs. Frank Sattler. Tyler, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Robert there. for their nice gifts and words of symM- Miller and two children of Russell- path since :.e lost our home and Sunday Bible School 11 A. M.

-Mrs. Lon Hamrick, Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murdock, Sr., ville, Alabama, Mr and Mrs. J. L. Miss Mary Martin, Mrs. Lee Bishop practically everything by fire. Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.
Cleo Richter and Miss Audrey Wil- have as their guests for the holidays Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Mil- and Miss Mary Nep Bishop are spend- Sincerely Thursday, Midweek Service t P. M.
son returned Tuesday after spending their daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. R. Mur- ler and Mark Miller, of Cairo, Geor- ing this week in Miami as guests of You are cordially invited to attend
Christmas with relatives in Apopka. dock, Jr., and Miss Jane Young, of gia, and Mr .and Mrs. Russell Miller Mrs. Bishop's sister, Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green these services.
Cim wtr v iAugusta, Ga. of Bainbridge, Ga. Mobley. and Robert Dec. 15-29.
Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. G. Piper and
daughter, Patricia Ann, of Los Angeles, spent the holidays with Mrs. Piper's mother, Mrs. Mannie Scruggs, in
Aucilla.

Cpl. and M1's. E. D. May and the W 1 '
former's father, of Bangor, Maine,
are visiting Mrs. DeMay's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Davidson, at their
home in East End.

Mr. and Mrs.,. W. A. McDonald have
returned to their home in Americus,
Ga., after a holiday visit here with
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Felix Johnston.

Mrs. T. L. Cook and son, Oscar
Cook, Miss Lula Folsom and Mr. and
Mrs. Scott Knight, of Boston, Ga.,

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Martin and' Miss
Ivie Connell.

Cadet Kenneth E. Cookey, station- ---[----ed at Craig Field, Selma, Ala., and NW
S 1/c Glenn Cooksey, of Whiting
Field, Milton, spent Christmas here
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Cooksey.

Senator and Mrs. S. D. Clarke M
spent Christmas Day in Thomasville,
Ga., with their son-in-law and daughRalph Johnston of Macon, Ga., was
the Christmas guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Johnston. 0 0Mrs. J. C. Burnette and small children, Mary Kay, John and Bill, have
returned to their home in Madison
after a visit here with Mrs. Burnette's V
father, T. J. Martin and Mrs. Martin o. \
in their home near Monticello.

Mrs. Charles Thomson, Miss Hall- v .
man Thomson and Mr. and Mrs. Fos- 01
ter Hankins returned Tuesday from
Daytona Beach where they spent the
holidays with Mrs. Thomson's son-inlaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
George Linton.

Miss Kathleen Davidson returned, .
Wednesday, to Montgomery, Ala., '
where she is taking a nurse's training course at St. Margaret's Hospital, after spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Davidson.

T/3 Louis DeWitt Kuder who has
been spending a ten-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
DeWitt Kuder, left, Tuesday, for a
short visit in Jacksonville with his W iLL CONTINUE L
sister, Miss Sarah Kuder. While here he also went to Tampa for a two-day
visit with his brother-in-law and sis- TA E
ter, Mr. and Mr. David linebaugh and their infant daughter, India Kuder
Linebaugh. I)LMXDS AGAIN BECOME FAT IULER

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harris, Mrs.
Hewlett Anderson and small son,
Jimmy, Mrs. H. A. Barrows, all of Monticello, and Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Humphrey and young daughter, Elise, e AA D T R A 1s
of Tallahessee, enjoyed a family reunioon on Christmas Day with Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Johnson in their
lovely country home south of Greenville. They were joined there by a number of other relatives from points
in Florida.






The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla. FridInv. December 29. 1944


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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1944

about the shortage of jobs that more These same 4-H boys are now in the ing interest in Congress in a new Ration News- WOOD TAKES TRUCKS & PARTS TO AFRICA attention might be devoted to con- war, and when they come home they Federal-Aid-Road works program.
(continued from page 1) ) sidering the rebuilding of the farm will have no trouble in re-establish- Of course it took a Texas Congressindustry in a million different loca- ing themselves on limited acres, if man, instead of a Philadelphia lawDealers are required to keep the tions. The boys who went to the helped, because they know how to do yer, to remind Congress a few days
turn-in tires on hand for thirty days war from the farms ought to go back it in the modern way. Why not pay ago that the United States, and the
in order that they may be inspected r
by OPA tire examiners, it was said to the farms and re-allocate them- more attention to that way and less different States, have been in the
by OPAssere xamner tits mad selves in a part of life to which they attention to factory jobs where there habit of splitting the costs of high'
Newla passenger typed tiresamadegof are familiar. This could be done by is bound to be plenty of help to do way construction. As a rule the
reclaimed rubber and new passenger helping them to buy and own their the job? States have made the charts and datype "factory seconds" are classified own small farms. grams and plans, and the Washington
as G tires and must be purchas-rm hes in the farm ates THE NATION'S HIGHWAYS vernment hashippd in is sh
ed on certificate. Ifar homees are eUiedSae' TH AINS IH AS o
A-14 gasoline coupons which be- without electricity, aid an official The State Highway departments icame valid December 22 will remain statement says that "the surface has The best highways of the United rect the proceedings. good for four gallons each, if proper hardly been scratched in the ref riger- States are not nearly as good as they In looking around for practical ohly endorsed, through March 21, main- ation field, particularly as it applies were four or five years ago, despite
training the "Basic ration" of 24 gal to agriculture." Estimates show that all the restrictions on the use of sev jectives through which the Federal
Ions of gas each three months for civ- there are 4,000,000 farm houses in the eral million automobiles. Heavy ye Government can do its share in furilian motorists. country h habitable, that es carrying great loadsos nishing employment to returning solService station operators were be practically for the war, and for civilianups diers most of our Representatives on
urged by District OPA Director es, have left their deep scars on sur- Capitol Hill are in favor of stimulatChauncey Butler tobe sure that all The 4-H Boys and Girls in their faced roads everywhere. k pag w wal happc
"A-14" coupons they' accept Were .-. reat annual reunions showed their: Before the war there e was good pro- works progrm which will help cushproperly endorsed and not detached. great.annual reunionsshowed four buld ion the shocks, occasioned by the
elders how many of them raised four 1gr ess made in the direction of build- rniino a-ieeooyt
He pointed out that no counterfeit v .'times as much crops on an acre of ing excellent farm-to-market roads, transition of war-time economy to a
A-13 coupons were found in Florida (Official Signal Corps Photograph) 176796 land as did their parents, because but that class of road work was also peace-time economy. Certainly money
during the validity period ending De- they took pains to prepare the soil suspended. spent on American highways is for
ember 21. "This unprecedented record American soldiers uncrafing truck parts, Casablanca, French ann had agricultural machinery. At the present time there is a grow- very necessary and worthy purposes.
proves," he said, "that the black market in gasoline can be stamped out Morocco. Your frees will furnish lumber to crate material like this.
if legitimate handlers of gasoline will Send your trees to war. use outlined precautions in accepting
ration currency."
Service station operators have thru R ntC bhr; will meet with Mrs. R. J. CarJanuary 2 to turn in expired A- 13 La o tCu -roll in January.
coupons or exchange them for valid (Continued from page 1) i
coupons at the local War Price and Jones to be put into our record book. NOVEMBER MEETING
Rationing Board. We adjurned the business to enjoy ---the Christmas games our hostess had The Lamont Home Demonstration prepared for us. Club held their annual all-day meetFarmers and hunters will have to After several games we drew ing in the home of Mrs. Willie Walkpay very little more for shotguns and names and received a useful home- er, November 22. rifles when civilian production is re- made gift from fellow club member Each member brought a covered sumed soon, Chauncey Butler, district or visitor. dish. After a bountiful lunch the
director of the Office of Price Admin- The hostess served chicken salad members gathered in the living room istration said, sandwiches, cookies, home-made fruit to exchange ideas on how to make
The retail prices will be only slight- cake and coffee. useful and inexpensive Christmas
ly above March, 1942, prices because We all enjoyed our social hour to- gifts. wholesalers and dealers will assume Mrs. W. C. Camblell, our president,
most of the actual cost increases al- ica has now been at war twice as long called a short business session at 3:30 lowed manufacturers under OPA's as in World War I. for the purpose of making plans for
announced plan of holding prices at Black markets and gradual relaxa- a dinner the Lamont Club plans to 1942 levels, plus actual cost increases, tion of vigilance of the public have serve for the Production Credit Assofor products on which civilian produc- been the greatest handicaps to OPA's ciation in December. tion, halted soon after the war start- program, Butler said. With the be- The fruit tree chairman made a F o o
ed, is resumed. grinning of the new year another report at this time. The trees seem all us
Citing the record of the Office of year of war-Americans are being hard to find and are more expensive Price Administration since it was called upon to get into the fight than was thought. founded three years ago, District OPA against breakdown of civilian price The record book committee must to
Director Chauncey Butler today urged ontrol and rationing structures. have the record book complete and all residents of Florida to include re- SHOES ready to present at the January Counnewed observance of rationing and Airplane stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 cil.
price control regulations on their list (book 3) valid indefinitely. of New Year resolutions. FUEL OIL BACK TO THE LAND
Rationing has meant fair distribu- Period 4 and 5 coupons from last tion and continued supply of scarce year, and Period 1, 2 and 3 coupons There is no let-up in discussion at commodities to essential users, he for current season noW valid at 10 this time regarding dangers of "inpointed out, and price control has re- gallons each. flation" of food prices and Secretary
suited in the cost of living price line GASOLINE Wickahd has joined the chorus hi
being held on essential items. The A-14 coupons valid through March praise of continuing price control afrecord, the OPA director said, is out- 21, 1945. Rationing rules require that ter the war-just as though price coneach car owner write his license num- trol would stop the threat of a landIL standing in comparison with short- ber and state on each coupon in his boom. ages and high prices of the last war, possession as soon as it is issued him It seems timely to suggest that inespecially in considering that Amer- by his local rationing board. stead of becoming' too hyste ical









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