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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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v.60 no.25 January 12, 1945


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The Great Middle SECTION OF5



Womans Club Has New County Nurse OPA Proposes Price Lt. Gov. Thornton Is

State Officers At Assumes Duties Work Or Jail Notice Ceilings On Melons1 Installing Officer
Miss Sylvia Erb arrived in Monti- The OPA has given notice that it For Kiwanis Club
cello and assumed the duties of pub- proposes to establish ceiling pricesC
lic health nurse with the county This to advise that the Marshal of the Town of Monti- for watermelons during the 1945The Monticello Womans Club, health department this week. cello will continue his campaign of arresting all able bodied marketing season, said H. G. Clayton, Lt. Gov. Al Thornton, of Tallahsholding a covered dish luncheon in Miss Erb is a graduate of the persons who are not regularly working at some useful Florida AAA administrative officer, see, installed the new officers of the
connection with its January meeting School of Nursing, Hackly Hospital, job. Those arrested will be charged with vagrancy. Our It proposes to set the following Monticello Kiwanis Club, as highat the club house Tuesday, enjoyed a Muskegon, Michigan, and served as Government has called on us to produce to the very limit maximum prices at country shipping light of a Ladies Night meeting held
visit from three officers who came supervisor of nurses for nine years. in all lines. We cannot do this with able bodied men loaf- points: Friday evening at the Womans Club.
over from Tallahassee for the day. She worked with the Michigan state ing on the street. No one with a regular job will be From the beginning of the season Prof. W. J. Bullock was installed Mrs. D. G. Rivers, district director health department for two years, and molested but those who dodge work in this critical time to June 9, $34 per ton; from June 10 as the new president; Joe M. Carr s
of district three; Mrs. T. S. Green since coming to Florida has served to July 4, $29 per ton; had from July immediate past president; and J. C
district chairman of international as public health nurse in Osceola will be given work on the streets of the town. The Chief 5 to end of season, $23 per ton. Waldron, Jr., as secretary-treasurer.
relations department, and Mrs. Wil- county 5 years; as school nurse in of Police will be glad to secure jobs for anyone wanting --Jack Taylor, Smith Wright, Carl
liam Speed, state chairman of the St. Lucie county for two years, and a job. He will also be glad to cooperate with any em- *-Joiner, John Summitt and Norbert
Woman Club scholarship fund, was in Winter Haven for 12 years as ployer who cannot get help or any employer who is having Waste Paper Drive Stephens were installed as members
were the officers. Accompanying city and county health nurse. trouble keeping men on the job. The cooperation of the Will of the board of directors.
them was Mrs. T. T. Turnbull, past She came to Monticello from Port general public is respectfully requested for this project. Bill Be Conducted The club room was beautifully decpresident of the Monticello Club. St. Joe where she has been for more The least we can do while our soldiers are away is to stay M d A f orated with camellias, and lighted
The Club house had been decorated than two years as county health on the job and produce an abundance of the supplies which by dozens of tall white tapers. Sevfor the meeting by the house com- nurse for Gulf county. are so badly needed. enty-one guests were seated at the
mittee, of which Mrs. Clyde Sauls L. G. Morris, district chairman of banquet tables where a delicious turis chairman. Maaignolia leaves and 1T ey-IH R .Boy Scouts, requests the full co-oper-, key dinner was served. Prior to the
narcissus were used effectively, and Voting Very Light RICHARD H. SIMPSON, Mayor. action of all white and colored resi- meal, Miss Mildred Dickert led the

low a ran merts of camellias were dn of Monticello in the paper sal- group in singing old familiar songs.
paeontetbeInTown Election _vaecollection, which will be made President Joe Carr welcomed the
A delightful covered dish luncheon Monday F & M Bank next Monday afternoon, January 15, visiting ladies and other Kiwanians
was served by Mrs. L. M. Keenl, Hel &lr M Bank Report 'by the negro Boy Scouts, under the and several members in service, who
social chairman, assisted by Mrs. leadership of their scoutmaster, Mit- attended the meeting. He expressed
Malcolm Morris. W Shows Increase I chell Scott. his appreciation to the members for
Mrs. T. S. Braswell, president of WIt but avn smteigofvtscstf e o i the fine showing the Club made durin the municipal election Monday, all Amount o De si In the event of rain, the drive will
the club, presided at theofficials of the Town of Monticello be postponed until the next clear day. ing his year as president, and spoke
and introduced the guests. Mrs. were elected for another term. Of residents are asked to tie all their I with pride of the increased memberRivers spoke of the duty of women's the 600 voters on the registration During 1944 the total assets of the old newspapers, magazines and other ship and the splendid attendance. clubs to key their activities to long- books, only 20 turned out to cast Farmers and Merchants Bank of waste paper in bundles and leave The secretary, Arthur Phillips, read
range plans, which would include their ballots circumstance which Monticello reached a peak of $2,191,- them on the front steps or sidewalk, the list of members with perfect atahi balos tedaa andusane tashilichpeene
plans for the post-war period. She amounts to universal approval of 908.92, while deposits soared to where they may be quickly picked up tendance and tabs will be presented
urged that all club women continue ter n fcs$2,088,459.97, it was reported by S. by the boys. to them at a later meeting. Dave
their war-time activities, but not lose Richard H. Simpson, who becomes D. Clarke, president of the bank, at If anyone has waste paper in such Winans gave a concise report of the
ch mustbe fad when then mayor for another year, has been its annual stockholders meeting. *large quantities that help is needed club finances.
mayor since 1936. Miss Martha The deposits increased $369,530.29 in preparing for the collection, Judge T. B. Bird presented the
ededuMurdock continues as clerk and 1944, and the amount of $5,000 Julius Goldberg, scoutmaster, phone visitors from Tallahassee, Lt. Gov.
Mrs. Green, chairman of the inter-.
natia Green dpairanoteintre since 1929. David S. Winans became was added to the surplus fund of the 127-R, will be glad to arrange to care Thornton, Dr. J. V. Knapp, Dr. A. J.
that all members keep themselves in- tax assessor last year and was re- institution. for it ahead of the drive. Ott, Lamar Warren and Henry Roformed on world events, so they will elected to the same office. E. S. The annual election of officers was Paper collection in the state of land.
be able to voice their opinion on Wright, who was appointed marshal held at the stockholders' meeting and Florida fell off sharply in Novem- Richard Simpson introduced Al
national policies, saying that an in- and tax collector when Alfred Foster resulted in the re-election of all pres- her, the last month for which records Thornton who, in a happy mood, reformed and educated public is neces- re d aweat officers, including the board of have been tabulated. During Novem- viewed the history of Kiwanis, spoke formed' and tedued publcoinecesmonths ago, was elected to that of- directors. In addition to S. D. Clarke ber there was a decrease of 665,301 of its services and usefulness. He
democracy. ficehforrpheyeartoE.nURNERGOODMANrpresident, the officers are, T. G. Bish- pounds over the previous month. Jef. commended the Monticello club for
M Members of the town council and E. ID op, vice-president; G. F. Andrews, ferson county's total collection dur- its outstanding achievement and at(Conte ined tpae W8)the year in which they first became National Director of Program, vice-president; J. G. Anderson, cash- ing November amounted to only 1,800 tendance record. After the installa(Continued on page 8) 1 members of the council, are: A. N. Boy Scouts of America. ier, and T. L. Clarke, assistant cash- pounds, or .2 pound per person. tion service, President Carr passed
Watson, 1935; R. H. Gelling, 1932; E. ier. The board of directors is com- If all residents will give full co- the gavel to President Bullock, whose
DON'T READ THIS S. Blair, 1941; N. Black, 1944; C. W. rro*t r Ha e posed of S. D. Clarke, T. G. Bishop, operation to the salvage collections, "inaugural" address was inspiring
Harris, 1939; E. Cooper,couterS v J. G. Anderson, T. L. Clarke of Mon- the January total for the county will and amusing. He spoke with feeling
If you are a subscriber. But if this J. B. Taylor, 1938. ticello and G. F. Andrews of Green- show a better percent. of the Kiwanians, the sons and daughis your neighbor's paper, you'll be Mrs. T. B. McDonald, Mrs. John Annual M eeting at Ville. During the past year the bank terms in the service of our country
interested in knowing that 52 issues Cook, Mrs. Emma Roberts and T G I lost a member of the board of direct- P ai d the need for the folks at home
f iBishop served as inspectors and clerk Wakulla Sprm ors in the death of Dr. W. H. Walker. Goup Uses Topic keeping a democracy worth fighting
at the election. ____ His position on the board was not Counselling of Children for. He pledged his best efforts to

The Monticello News Elected to the Town Democratic Jefferson county men and women filled and it continues with five mei- the office and called on the memberExecutive oonrsittee by having their who are interesting themselves in the hers instead of six. The Parent-Te As ship for continued loyalty ad regis our fo ony 2.0. I's he es naes ritenin on the ballot were work of the Boy Scouts of America In addition to thle conduct of the met Tuesday af ternoon in the elemen -_____a___________value anyone interested in Jefferson A. S. Stansel, Thomas L. Clarke and
County can buy for $2.00. T. G. Bishop are planning to attend the annual usual banking facilities, banks today tary school auditorium and began a
meeting and "Scoutmasters Appre- are serving the government as a war- study and discussion program arciation" banquet of the Suwannee time emergency. Their patriotic ser- ranged by Miss Catherine Stimson,
River Council at Wakulla Springs, vices include serving as raEtioningApogamNhiran
10tCf the night of January 18th, it was an- banks, sale of war bonds, and cash- I
Interest ng items of Jefferson nounced by L. G. Morris, Jefferson ing of certain types of war bonds. It had been planned to have the Dr. F. A. Brink, Director
County Boys and Girls in Ser- County District chairman. These additional duties are assumed January meeting a Father's Night P a
Ser ic 6,1 1u n ic. program, but due to the cold weather T~I.
Scouters from Monticello who plan by the banks without remuneration pod thebco Isehortae pla PIie Ralysis
Tech. Sgt. Fountain Mvay to Ms.i attendise thet metig include L. G. Of any kind. adteca hraepaswr
___________________ changed in order that the auditorium
and Mrs in Tallahassee, that he is now begin- Morris, Richard H. Simpson o would not need any extra heat for the The annual collection of funds to
May have arrived from Florence, S. ning to use it a bit after a few weeks Richter, Lawrence Baxter, Father J. cul n meeting e ae used in the study, prevention and
C., and are visiting his parents in complete rest. He says X-rays have P. Devane, Tommy Gadsden, N. S: Agriculture Census
Quincy and m. May's parents, Dr. revealed that no bones were broken, Curti d Juli Goldb IThe Topic "Counselling of Chil- treatment of infantile paralysis, ofand Mrs. J. B. Brinson, in Monticello. but the injury has proven very ser- is an ius erg. Is Now Underway dren" was chosen for the discussion, fers every Jefferson County citizen
---V-- ious and painful and has been slow to The local group wil join and Prof. Byron Hileman read a poem an opportunity to contribute to a
Sergeant Arthur Leroy Brittle re- heal. tatives from ten Florida counties and W workers "False Counselling' by Edgar A. most worthy cause.
ceived his honorable fromV five Georgia counties comprising the By C n W Guest, with which he opened the dis- The March of Dimes starts on
the U. S. Army and has been visiting River Council. The meet- cussion. He led the group as both January 14th and continues through
hsmthe.S.Arm anLd. Has tin Carpenter's Mate Guerdon R. Fos- ing will be the annual meeting and On Monday, Mrs. Maye Bailey, Mrs. mothers and teachers mentioned var. to the end of the month. Many will
his mother at Lloyd. He was in te has received a medical, discharge will be presided over by At Scaife, of Gurdon R. Foster, Mrs. Verdie R. ious problems concerning children wish to see their dimes march by

sion of Sicily, was wounded in Italy from the U. S. Navy Reserve, after Thomasville, president of the council. Bullock and Mrs. Ethel Lewis became Their views and suggestions for solv- dozens to scores-march into the and received the Purple Heart. Later, serving more than two years in the Fred Vantrease, scout executive, special enumerators for the Bureau ing these problems were considered battle which, last year, sickened he was assigned to handling prison- SeaBees. While on duty in the South- and Newt Perry, manager of the Wa- of the Census and began work on the very helpful 18,000 children in the U. S., 108 in e war west Pacific he received severe leg kulla properties have made plans for 1945 Farm and Ranch Agriculture h Florida, none in Jefferson county.
ers of war. iinjuries in an accident on construe- special entertainment events for the census for Jefferson County. At the business session it was
tion work. He was operating a cat- vst d th fte. A s agreed to take a full page in the Fifty laboratories and institutions
Burl Poppell is visiting erwhn operag o ct visitors during theafternoon. A school for the instruction of school annual this year. The fifth are studying this disease and their
his parents, Mr. and Ms Benntt cine sappe back an tc E. Turner Goodman of New York enumerators for this census was held grade, Mrs. Harris teacher, won the work is made possible by the March
Poppell at Lamont, Fla. He recently him on the leg. He was returned to City ,director, division of program, in Tallahassee the last three days of attendance prize, having six mothers of Dimes. returned to the States from N.C.O. the States and hospitalized at (Continued on page 8) the old year, and was attended by the t. Some day some individual or group
duty ,having served three years with Charleston, S. C., before receiving his four enumerators for Jefferson con- The Fathers Night program was will discover a dependable means of
discharge. o saety. E. Jay Whittle, local supervisor postponed until a later date. Found- preventing infantile paralysis.
fic. He is wearing ribbons for ser. Guedon is here visiting his par- district 4, conducted the school and ers Day will be observed at the Feb- The March of Dimes makes it posvice in the Pacific, and a unit Presi. ents Midwinter r'uary m nsibte foreemry vt toihave ade
dentiat Citation ribbon. MidM.wniMs.GnRtFsereS. Meeting erators in the counties of Jefferson, metn.quate treatment.ctm o
To heexen tatshppngspceand his brothers, Alfred anid Henry Leon and Gadsden.
To Ofe extentf Group shipin 1945e Agrculur CesuoosT.JAKeH TA E It is not the few large contr butions
is available, the War Department F _V Of Sheriff but the thousands of small ones that
will increasingly endeavor to return Captain Hewlett S. Anderson has Ranches and Farms is under the KILLED IN make up the bulk of the fund. This
to this country under a rotation fur- been awarded the Silver Star for gal- Sheriff J. R. Cooksey, Jr., left supervision of the Department of PACIFI county can make its quota without
lough plan, men and women who lantry in action, his wife has been Tuesday morning, accompanying Commerce with assistance of the De- anyone feeling it if everyone will conhave already served long tours of notified. His citation reads: "Cap- Sheriff Frank Stoutamire of Leon partment of Agriculture, War Food Monticello friends are grieved to tribute. duty overseas. tain Hewlett S. Anderson, Infantry, County, for Jacksonville where they Administration and Agricultural Spe- learn of the death of Lt. Jack Whit-
---V- 744th Light Tank Battalion, U. S. attended the semi-annual mid-winter (Continued on page 8) aker, 22, of Tallahassee, vho was
Lt. (j. g.) Tom Braswell is at Army, for gallantry in action against meeting of the Florida Sheriffs' Asso- killed in action in the Southwest Paci- Mamie Scott Leads
home visiting his family, his wife, the enemy in Germany, from 2 Oct- ciation. The meeting was held Tues Y r on December 31st. s
daughter and infant son, Tom Mills ober 1944 to 4 October 1944. Captain day and Wednesday in the Roosevelt Stock ard Report Lt. Whitaker was the son of the Negro Campaign in
Braswell, Jr. Lt. Braswell will leave Anderson, as company commander Hotel, with Sheriff Rex Sweat of late Paul R. Whitaker anP Ms. J. B.
soon for Miami for reassignment. directing the attack on a bridge, made Duval County, host law enforcement The stock sale at the Monticello Whitaker, whose home is now at 406
v- repeated dismounted reconnaissances officer. Stock Yards, held Monday, had no East Georgia Street, Tallahassee. The Fund Drive
Sgt. Joseph B. Shuman of Quantico, in the face of heavy enemy fire. Dur- The convention was addressed by really fine cattle offered. Price on family resided in Monticello for many Virginia, has arrived for a visit home. ing the attack, when one of the tanks several notable speakers during its cattle was steady with the previous years during Jack's boyhood. Ie Mamie B. Scott, local negro Jeannes Friends are delighted to see him was knocked out by an anti-tank gun, two day session. Among them was week, but hogs sold about a quarter was a nephew of Mrs. Lamar Sledge teacher has again been selected to again, but regret that his visit is due seriously wounding the tank coin- United States Senator Claude Pepper; higher. and Mrs. Annie Arndt. lead the campaign among Jefferson
to the serious illness of his father, mander, Captain Anderson immedi- Congressman Emory H. Price of the Best Cattle here 10 to 12.50 Lt. Whitaker grtf.ikateC from county negroes for funds for the J. J. Shuman, who is in the Thomas- ately left his tank, in the midst of Second Florida District; R. G. Danner, Medium cattle 6 to 10.00 Floilida High School and attended fight against infantile paralysis. ville hospital. intense enemy artillery fire, climbed agent in charge, Federal Bureau of Best cows ---.-. 8 to 12.00 the Citadel before entering the Naval The colored citizens of this county
up on the rear of the disabled tank, Investigation of Miami; Hugh Cul- Medium cows to 8.00 Air Corps in January 1943. He re- have backed the infantile paralysis
Friends of Corporal George'B. Wil- removed the tank commander and breath, sheriff of Hillsborough coun- Bulls . 6 to 10.C ceived his wings and commission at campaign 100 percent in all past liams, son of Mrs. J. F. Williams of evacuated him to a safer position. ty and president of the association; Calves . 6 to 14.00 Corpus Christie, Texas. Hen is sur drives. Last year they contributed Monticello, are sorry to learn that he Captain Anderson's leadership and State Senator-elect David C. Coleman Heavy No. 1 hogs 12.25 vived by his mother and a brother, over $100 to this worthy cause. Mrs. is confined to the hospital at Fort heroic actions reflect great credit of Dade County, former sheriff, and No. I hogs 12.65 Paul R., Jr., now a pharmacists mate Scott states that this year they hope Belvoir, Virginia, where he has been upon himself and the military ser- State Senator John E. Matthews, No. 2 hogs .12.25 1st class, U. S. Navy ,on submarine to increase their funds, because of the
stationed for several months, with an vices." Jacksonville, and Representative-elect No. 3 hogs . 11.15 duty- increased interest stimulated by last
injured leg. Captain Anderson was himself Fletcher Morgan of Jacksonville. No. 4 hogs 11.15 year's epidemic. She has done fine
Cpl. Williams has given his family wounded in the same encounter, and The convention held morning and No. 5 hogs ------.-.- 11.30 Remember to have your bundles work in the past in this respect, and
no details of the accident, which re- received the Purple Heart for wounds afternoon sessions both days and a Light No. 5 hogs .10.05 of waste paper in front of your house has earned the commendation of sulted in his injury, but has written received on the 4th of October. After banquet and evening session Tuesday Roughs. _. .6 to 11.50 Monday afternoon for the salvage those responsible for the drive in the his mother and his wife, who resides (Continuea on Page Eight) evening. Feeder pigs 6 to 12.00 drive, state.

The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla., Friday January 12, 1945

OA'e ~'Waddy's Wagon' Comes to Life at Saipan CA SFE


1X II D.
WLADY ANTED in every community, both rural and city, to sell line of household
necessities to her neighbors. Our line in
Sn cludes such scarce items as cheese and
si Cn ddry soap. Liberal commission. Genera
Nothing Stop the Producto Coupany (U) Geoia.
Washington, D. C. IArmy Air Force!'
NO MILITARY ERROR With B-29s ranging over Tokyo al- DEALER WANTED
Those close up to the war picture mnost daily it's tough for the _______________Ure convinced that aside from faulty three leh pen for Big Boy Vutamforiato failingeito evauat thes cocnta
ItinetGer troos nopoesie he hi
F r t a m there a n w e air forces' b ef reas- -s, ultry equip men t and f a
hand.tnh elusive franchise for aie
wichset was the moxie of its men. service. A better deal for anyone now
arecors which on neing on farmers and pty ra
swift and disastrous German break- Bataan was saved at least once by well as produce dealers, feed and hardware stores. Full or part time basis. Betthrough. the wizardry of our air force perUndoubtedly some intelligence of- ~ nl h a lnyo neu t r teailfe stco mpOlrehensie ra.
adaly dvertised firm. write at onc for deHere are some ofs theprinsideebasic
ficers will be disciplined or broken as well as courage. . Enemy ships plan in the baby chick field today.
favor failing to evaluate the concentraiorn d er m ru. ps o pe site the shore one night. Though there were
a o a no bombers with which to stop
hand. But there were other factors them, our airmen weren't fazed. Invest in
contributing to the reverse, none of Mechanics rigged up three prwhich can be laid at the doorstep suit ships with a device whereby two 7Z Buy War Bonds
of a single commander. Basically Zt~ ~ 30pudbmscudb ttce _____________they are factors which only General 4 o ewn s adrld by pullbizhoer 00nw divsinsa so sh it wasewnsan eesdbypl-T
iseor ea m hing a wire. . The three ships
themselves could properly evaluatemaetrerishtngtad t n bombed and strafed the Jap boats,
Here are some of the inside, bas preventing the troops from landing.
factors involved: . What made their feat of stall1. General Marshall himself Ing the Japs and gaining time for
ordered the U. S. offensive which in even more of a miracle was that
began November 8, and which The crew of "Waddy's Wagon," fifth B-29 to take off on the initial Tokyo mission from Saipan, and first most of the pilots had never before
iontiaued with battering-ram to land, pose to duplicate their caricatures on the plane. Upper left shows Brig. Gen. Haywood S. Han- flown at night!
tactics until Von Rundstedt sell of San Antonio Texas who commands the 21st bomber command of the 20th air force. Upper right,
turned the tide against us. Mar- Col. Byron E. Bruggs, left, of Tampa, Fla., and Brig. Gen. Emmett O'Donnell of Jamaica, L. IL, N. Y!., as The newspapers not long ago carshall, visiting the battlefront in they were launching the B29 raids on Tokyo ed a story telling how there were
October, said that during the no trees in the far Aleutans and

winter the Germans could m- pilots had brought in a single

syste andte get reslts HoweverUC RLEF rennweterrc
bilize 100 new divisions, so it was Burning Navy Plane Saved Aboard Carrier tree plante itls and, lablle itckled
wise for us to clear them ol f the Umnak National Forest."
west bank of the Rhine before What the news story failed to men- blood supply., helps Nature heal.

lies The Naz boy and old menst"cels
we tion was why the tree had been ps I
e s in flown in-for the exclusive use of he needed moisture from
2. There was and is no disposition th bd. For chapped skin-quick,
to doubt the wisdom of General Mar- pet dog. Mentholatum Jars, tubes Mi.
shall's decision. However, these
battering-ram tactics cost men, also A flyer who had been stationed on
tire men out. The American system

responsible fo ars lot of thelfavorabl
is to keep divisionson the front ine,
bringing up fresh men only for re- X'I'Xgl. le. girl, who looked very beautiful BE PREPARED

aftramntsfeelhiSuthPacfi. toreeeeccldsfahyeusces.or Onoa
placements. Thus the divisions now at a m t if
aty thne ot he bndfigting stemad- 't ~. nhsbrak n a ews wth St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest
S th e ranting poetic about the girl-when ellerat0 Noaspiicandomoefor
tshis buddy, thumbing through a you. Big100tabletiforonly3.
men coming up as replacements. g e, y e
inGa photo of Betty Grable in a bathGerma i cns iested Tro ps e c l ntIng suit . . How's this?" ex- <
system and gets results. However, t he picture.
the Germans immediately took out the picture.
their battle troops after Normandy The pilot took a brief look and
and sent them to rest behind the .*~~ snorted, "White trashl"
lines. The Nazi boys and old men
we encountered in the Siegfried line On a recent bomber mission
made us think the German army over Germany the flight ran into sde
was shot to poeces, but it wasn't. serious opposition from both
The experienced battle troops, now fighters and flak, and a B-17 was
refreshed after a long rest, ar tak- hit. A 20-mm. shell struck the

war wa goffnineganto beovsoo
ntop turret, and the gunner fell
4. The war department itself was to the floor covered with blood. ,
responsible for a lot of the favorable .A colonel who had come
news which gave the public a gen- long as an observer rushed
eral feeling of overconfidence, One back to give first aid and, seeof it most important indications ing the lad's rigid form, thought
was that some 800,000 German he was either dead or dying. D 0
troops were killed or taken prisoners Quick action by navy fire fighters saves flaming plane and pilot. Like a meteor, a navy F6F burst into . He was about to adminiscarng fly in an u weahe wrneas air-agu-L
durngth clanupofFrace mk-flames (as shown at left) as it approached its carrier, the USS Cowpens, in tile Pacific. Upper right, ter a hypodermic when the gu-Ah'ar
asshows the plane as it landed. Center shows pilot leaving the burning plane. Lower right, the fire is out, nar o ,, o the
Of these, however, about 400,000 colonel bent over him, putting montpctiore, eIsel
were Russian-Ukrainian labor bat- with no damage to carrier. hi a ls oteldslpMount ~Elgr ita oiltalions. Thus the American public expecting some last feeble ha1veo o der.

been able'tTbombsusrfomithe air
had reasons to believe that a large 'New Blind Gives Blood words. . "Colonel," was the be- a o Pw.
slice of the German army was deci- gunners comment, "I'm begin- 'tsport.

meb b nng to think there isn't much
5GraysnwRylTgrfuture in this racket." o D
tar is superior to ours and wend
have known it. It is extremely

ourDspt linesr thensystmatiallypep
difficult to knock out of commis- a
in eboys of the AAF aren't as pin-un7o. THeera sysem isougto t
happy as people think. . This

ar heay groin tonbe ovsmll vesarspnndseeaa;nh
and that we could finish up the

i ob th frt ata k Oed theye w s pe n d se e a m nh
job with he tanks lready onago by a B-17 radio operator-gun- Be ae o gh

brok through thyopradou.hls
hand-of which we had tremen- nor who failed to return from a misdouls quantities. More recently, soovrtay"OedLmrrfrom common colds
.is a beautiful gal. . And Madetho a ta rteatul leine Carroll is, too. . But you'll ma o
iigee big tan k w hich can efore t o .a t H a n g O n
or better the Royal Tiger. n
Amns nybme ce. Creormulsion relieves promptly beRobots Beat Airplanes. A o h oeis hn fwihoe cause it goes right to the seat of the
6. Robot bombs and rocket bombs couel eie this sfwide onte grmublaen help loosen and expelanphlegm, and aid nature a invenly Gates). . s no blonde to soothe and heal raw, tender, inplanes can't. Also they don't re- flamed bronchial mucous memquire men. Thus the Germans have B brakes. Tell your druggist to sell you
na bottle of Creomulsion with the unbein bl to i m bia u fo t ile i ste i understanding you must like the way it

the arbot and ra oke-hile because of bad weather we couldn't
infanty Pet story of Gen. Hap Arnold,

highert than Masal wh wase then.
Taty al his c areer sn e a vinga : -O
bomb them. he iay otchief of the AAF, concerns the
square of territory in and behind Wright brothers, who had repeated- CRE M UISI0N

o1r Thenexsioi the mtiel indutry
ounedly tried to fly a heavier-than-air noroous Chest Colds. Bronchis per it with rocket bombs. They can craft. Finally, one December day,
aim them well enough to hit withn i H
ctasno man had ever done before. They 7. The German system is to at- flew they their
tack suddenly with tremendous force sister, Katherine: "We have actualand heavy armor in one small area; ly flown 120 feet. Will be home for they concentrated hundreds of tanks Christmas" Katherine ran nTH
in their first attack. Once they . .With his "seeing eye" dog, "Duch-. the street and breathlessly handed ~ I~\SN
broke through, they spread out. Also An oxen wagon loaded with supplies for the U. S army rolls slowly ess," supervising the proceedings, the telegram-the news scoop of the the Nazis had little to lose, by as a modern war plane comes in for a landing on a newly con- blind John Urich, of Washington, century-to the city editor of the lo8. However, it remains a fact structed runway, somewhere in China. Many of the landing fields were makes his 1fth blood donation at Cal paper. that we had advance information constructed with the aid of Chinese labor, and their ever faithful and the Red Cross blood donor center Y.sled: A RELINER YOU CAN APPLY YOURSELF
of great Nazi activity for about hard working teams of oxen. in Washington, D. C. "Well, well! How nice-the boys will r n.eeod to m.a your teeth lit fight
a week before the attack came, ebe home for Christmas!" for months. Esy to ue. No keyo No Fu
though apparently we sized it up O STISFACTIBn Ny PMln SoA
flme (asparatio shrreteo n o d lr as it aA fighter pilot (veteran of the OME DENTAL PtPDhCTSe Ppta
than attack. Cnges sm en Abows Cavi e burningplanegiofamed Flying Tigers) took Lon r tx,1045hA,tAkrot9,hOhie
Note C'en. Courtney Hodges, Blind. GivespBloo

was launched, is regarded as an fo the U. S.'army.rollsislowly
byeraseaAmodern warrplaneecomes inRamming his plane into a third not able to make the grade at West Mnhe bailed out and managed to
Point, but immtihiately enlisted in h o e ofland safely near the wreck. Re-
the army and has worked his way moving the one Lndamaged maup. He was a major in command of .W chine gun from the debris he
infantry in the last war, one rank carried it to his base-where
May War of Disordered
higher than Marshall, who was then -he promptly reported to his
captain, and has commanded in- dKidny Ation
theomndr Red. Crosse bloddoorcete

fantry all his career since, having
risn t bechif o inanty sorty -4 1nault: "Sir, may I have another I delrn lifebit itsprr eand Aorr
risn o e hif f ifatr sorlyairplane for imy machine gun?" drinkin-its risk of exposure and intee' gtin-thriwn heavy strain on the work
W- f the kidneys. They are apt to become
m tDuring a raid on Schweinfurt over-ted and fail to filter ecs acid
UNiR THE DOME mag nand other impurities from the lifivi
several months ago one of our blood
4L~~~~~~~~~e was thenio moxi ofe itse .o .a .ufrngin a

bombers, "Battli Bobbie," was hit,
n wo he engine y headed, dizes, gettin ht,
asolg wl a courage, siag-fe constantly
0 anwer tryn o lahe ngtroos onr thepars

iorered, al worn ot. Other signs
chersromayoeinte. k e .F u0 m s t or bladder disorder are soteet hee-hopped over trees, hrnig. anty or too freque
manpower difficulties rule out Akron b mxes. .
o theo ns and elee y p ull-o
as~~~~~~~~~n ah wire. .o .h .e Thets three ships' Pl. 'eK el h

asthesiteforthenewplant.Akrn U.S.svcem ar nAll the time as the plane limped kidneys to pas off harmful ecess body
is a strong union town, and organi- U. ingaSho o se men "araoa ter along her crew kept praying the two wat. They have had m than half
zarion there isck fairly simple. c m e viiing ithe PcI in a section recently taken from p smoking engines wouldn't blow up. mended by grateful users everywhere.
Thie big rubber companies are un- FromIthedeckofaearliermemo Whngtrs thae reat o s
happy because they have no assur- area observe the accuracy of navy gunners. In the cene of the fotGermans. The USO has been able .WhntefialracdhoeskIu riher
ace that the new tire plants will row, peering through binoculars, is Adm. C. W. Nimiz At is igt to eep the shows moving to the and the perspiring pilot climbed out
he ripped apart after the war. They is Congressman J. J. efferman of New York, and at hisleft is Con-front, as the troops advance into mu e mre of cm aet was "ate
mos a chaeleot of th a tt h anevr b
are afraid of new postwar competi. todayy" tion.

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write his memoirs. She Is in love with SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN EPZ.
Pal Duncan, the admiral's grandson. h i K IL 530 South Wells St. Chicago
While aboard the Samoa en rmute to planes at a distance of a thousand "You might compare Mr. Strom- Lesson subjects and Scripture texts sm- Endlose 25 cents An cins for eacho
Wawall she Is thrown overboard, and be- miles." berg to the unknown element in a elected and copyrighted by Internationa pattern desired.
Sere arriving at Oaha Island Pearl Har* "Fifteen hundred, he said to- chemical formula," Mr. Leaning an. Coui of Religious Education; used by ber Is bombed. After landing, Paul and night." swerved. "His presence is known. permission.
lorle overhear Pau's handsome brother, "Yes, Miss Corey. That was, I but his Identity remains obscure. Name .
Steve, with whom Zorle Is Infatuated, more of Steve's red United States and In- Address .
letting with Winthrop Lanning to de*. f h
Mve soe ada euipen toth Axs. He is so clever with red herring. telligence and the F.B.I.* have been LESSON TEXT-Matthew 3:13.-4:11. fiver some radar equipment to the Axis.
Believing Steve in danger Zone tries to It sounded plausible. It excited my looking for a man who fits the for. GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt worship the mave him, but Is captured by Lanning, Curiosity." mula, but Mr. Stromberg is so elu- Lord thy God, and Him only shalt thou
who takes her Into the mountains and "Why shouldn't it?" Zone asked. give, so ingenious, that he has re- sr-ati 4:10. No Doubt Now!
sells her she must die. Lanning makes "You haven't yet proved that Steve mained virtually unsuspected. Who, Ready for service-this is the There's no doubt about it! Niip
sme explanations. lied to you." after would be in sus- next scene from our Lord's life Maid Margarine has a liner, freshywhich comes before us in Matthew.
"But I am convinced that there is pecting a man of his position, his churned flavor It's the Table
CHAPTER XVI no such device as JY-419! If there is, importance, his avowed American- Tirty, year thade passed iddn isrd se
it is certainly not in Kokee!" ism? And what could be more nat- birth, but thes are hidnitraemraie tab*. ad ep
"My earMis Coey, hesai in "What convinced you?" ural than that a man in his busi- silence, save for glimpsecalyfrueothtbe-Av
son indulgent voice, "you are match- "But I am explaining it, my ness should make trips frequently ofHmithtepewchsgvn_______________thg your wits with an expert. I ad- dear!" to Honolulu and the other islands- only by Luke.
mire you for what you are attempt- "Go on," said Zoe, to keep in touch with his many busi- These were not years of idleness or
ing to do. I admire your skill. You "Very well, my dear, I am now ness interests?" luxury. He was obedient to Joseph Acid odog eytlmi
are one of the cleverest girls I have fully convinced that this informa- "He must be very clever, indeed," ter Maop. He wrked ith ceson ever known. With a little training, tion which he gave me that night in Zone murmured. She was, she be. p a b o lw H. th tin ein noi
you could become one of the most Lisbon-we were both a little tight is relief-medicines like these in Ben-on5
wa h is tpi nelbrt fti rdgou uniyo loo eavenly Fte.Hshwdobedi- Tblet. No laative. Bell-ans bring ecofot In &
talented women in the profession." fence and faithfulness in life's ordi- jou.lfdbuggfs
"I don't know,". Zonie said inno- and foxy scheme to trap Basil on Winthrop Lanning. He was be- nary things. And then, all at once, W__._4c ___t______________cently, "what you're talking about." Stromberg. ginning to become just a little gar- the day of His public ministry was at
He laughed genially. "That, my Zone started to interrupt again. rulous. I was obvious that he was hand. AM N R C
dear, is Answer B. It is always He said quickly: "I will explain that a great admirer of Basil Stromberg. His baptism and temptation were PRETTIER party dress would IT ISHA INU NC
good, when delivered in just that in a moment. I was so taken in "This device, this JY-419," Mr. a part, the opening event, of that
way . Miss Corey, I am really that I communicated, by long dis- Lanning continued, "was intended to ministry. We find Him: and joy will love this gay be-ruffled GAATE
very serious about this. If you can stance telephone, with my chief, in t Berlin had or- ee
suad Mr. Stromberg. tha youtiie areSnes(:31). pni rc ihit we onKPE
make up your mind-if you can per- Berlin. He was very excited about dered him to participate, if neces- -John, the fiery forerunner of Jesus, yoke, scalloped front and swing- ~ !Sl~PREVENTTV
fulade Mr. Stromberg that you are it. He told me that two very capa- sary, in securing it. And tonight had come with a burning message time skirt. Make it for kinder-NT IV
heart and soul in favor of our cause, ble people would meet me In New you heard Steve making it impera- IN CURED MEAT
if you can show him a little of this coming to him to be baptized as a tons.
cleverness-I would back you up. sign of their contrition.
And you would walk out of this cab- "Pierre and Amber?" . Zone began.
in, alive and free." "Yes." He smiled swiftly. "You "One moment, my dear. Let us pointed to Him as the "Lamb of Jon Tht lin, n aae
"How," Zorie asked, "could you think it strange, don't you, that give Steve credit for possessing a God which taketh away the sin of Dunam, N. C.
back me up?" I am being so utterly frank with resourceful mind. Let us assume the world" (John 1:29). When He
He bent toward her. His expres- that is superiors are giving him offered Himself for baptism John It was in a Texas town which
sionall the co-operation he requires. Why demurred. There was no sin in boasts of parking meters, five
have to be lying? Miss Corey, I can't we safely assume that there cents an hour. A jeep pulled up,
have important work to do else- is a case weighing between eighty There was no occasion for Him to and a soldier clamored out. "Hey
where, I badly need someone to re- and one hundred pounds in a small, express in a special act His obedi- son," a cop called after him
place Corinne. I am sureon oure padlocked building at the listening fence, for He always did the will of "You'd better drop a nickel."
bpe Corsoe I s e ou would post? Why can't we assume that it God. (Heb. 10:7). The soldier looked at the meter,The
work is interesting. Your salary-" was arranged for Steve and Pierre Why then was Jesus baptized? We and shaking his head, retorted:
Mr. Planning Your aary- H to get in there safely, secure it and find the answer in the central pur- "It's just as much yours as mine,
Mr. Lnningrelaxd agan. He "'~ i ~ ___make off with it?" pose for which He came into the you drop the nickel." _____________was sadly shaking his head. "No.
wassady sakig is ead "N. ".~"And then," Zonie added, "to have world, namely, to save sinners. Here
I can see by your eyes that Mr.
I can ee bywour neyes tha Mr. been followed discreetly by sailors at His official entrance upon that
Strombergwho would grab Mr. Stromberg and work He, who though He knew no
vinced. You would be lying. And
Mr. o u wol b lyng A dr the rest of you when Steve and sin was to become sin for us, tookfor
sqrein Stromerh aro tatrs as Pierre delivered the case?" the sinner's place in baptism. It was ~IN FOR IfrO BAR
squeezing the truth fro lir "Of course!" Mr. Planning cried. not because He had Himself sinned,
these grinding mills squeeze the syr &
Up from cane. Perhaps there are "Why not?" but because He was to become the
other approaches. I am so anxious Zone hesitated. The suspicion had substitute for the sinner. What marto help you. I will be most un- crossed her mind that Mr. Planning's velous condescension and grace!
happy if you do not live to see a h e tae evly yes aAt: those EXTRR vitafmS
Waimea sunrise." own. Every scrap of evidence The Holy Spirit, like a dove, rested
"Ithat either of them had employed upon Him. The dove is one of the aUrgC ROLS yeas
with M no iao i t au could be used to prove that Steve symbols of the Spirit, and speaks of S to eg Zorie water
quietly. "You'veg," Ze aioc r gentleness, meekness, purity, peace me cplS sugar cups sifted fargr
mnents. "Yo'veven me naku blue Nazi. But her mind wavered and love. bac tkp sat cected -hortening
ground. And't ven know tba only a moment. And regardless o Out of the eternal dwelling places m stillerysableskooep tiwcl yeas

grou d. A d Im stll v ry keptcalwhere the truth lay, her only safe in h a e a e te vie o h cl ik d u and be sure it Inke yea~ l l d o lube-.
of the conclusions you've jumped se tra

t.,course was to convince Mr. Lanning etra ahe xrsig i p nlueamwtr ihalt vtris perfe0t h
that she was right and he was roa an plsuei Hssn, tel nl sif yes cups flou and beat o unouht
"In respect to Steve?" wrong. perso and work of His bear wim milk apf a 5iniag fou
She nodded. "Yes. Please be- an e an. Cover
lieve me-I am not in Steve's con- 11 burk
fidence. I know very little about us as divine. Here we have the Fath- i well dobled in b (about 1 hour

this Bu I m nt cnvicedtha you as safely assume that Steve was e'wodanthHlySitscm-rftuntil boutl2 inlf es ake 12
this. But I am not convinced thatcaseling.yThusewerhave hereathesentirg.oven Steve has been disloyal to you. Will JYus is at this m en entire
you consider the evidence as I see in a little padlocked building at the

listnin potadol1vr1hot I. Tempted by Satan (4:1-11). 0 W
litnigpot"n A time of testing was ahead. Jesus \f .
"I will gladly, my dear." ly be safely in your possession if
"Very well. Everything was go- you weren't so skeptical?" did not fear it, but notice that He ,
ing smoothly, according to plan, un- Zone wondered if Steve had sue- "The case," Mr. Planning stated d n s t r w
til Paul made his announcement that needed in persuading Pierre not to "contains a large collection of by the Spirit into this great conflict. Steve was still in the United States kill him. burned-out radio tubes, useless con- We may learn that we must not
Navy. Did he prove it? No! You trainers, and other discarded acces- seek nor put ourselves in the way of
were all on edge tonight. I sensed you-withholding nothing. Why, aft- series." temptation, but when it comes we V,
that. The first mouse you saw, you en all, should I?" "But you're only assuming that!" meet it without fear. God is
all went to pieces. Paul supplied "You heard Steve use that very, Mr. Planning bent toward her with us.
cleve siil-lkeinete"o again, so that Zonie could see a He was tempted as the Messiah, "
themuse ve and the Son of God, and it was a real
"Just a moment," Mr. Lanning interrupted. "Let me give you the to a play in a football game?" der his irises.
background, very briefly. Let me "Yes. I thought it was very in- "My dear girl, you are being very learn what to do when tempted. It
tell you quickly about Berlin and telligent." obstinate. And the important thing was threefold: physical, spiritual eemos Famous R&Cip
Madrid. Do you know that Steve "That, my dear girl, was next to we are facing is not whether Steve and vocational.
got into Germany strictly on the his final move in the foxy game he Duncan has been loyal to Berlin, 1. The Physical Temptation. Clip and pas on a peony
strength of his court-martial? I am was playing with us. It was the big G Forty days of conflict with Satan pot cord for your free th,
now certain that that court-martial moment toward which he had been It's quite obvious that you're in love made His body hungry. Under such copy, f leischnn
now~~3.ka. certai tha tht ortmrta
wsatik"working. And it was so plausible! with this man. You are doing your circumstances it was a terrific Ba1eZ ozen br ieasy Address
was a trick." Sadr ____________"But can you prove it?" Zorie Only for an instant did the wing best to restore my faith in him. You temptation to use His divine power I des A rd

"No. But there are other points. Meanwhile, Berlin had become ex- I know I am right." it, but He did not. One doesn't have 47 New York 17, N.
In Berlin, extremely anxious to secure J2-9. He again glanced at his watch to live, but one does have to obey
and confidence of certain men pow- You may not suspect it, Miss Corey, "The important thing is, to have and honor God. erful in our party, but when your but nations are sometimes quite as something ready for Mr. Stromberg Note how effectively Christ used
country virtually broke with Ger- gullible as individuals." when he arrives. I may not b8 Scripture (from Deuteronomy-have
many, Steve was suspected more Zone was shaking her head. "Mr. here. If he does not come soon, I you read it lately?). It is the only
and more." Lanning, you haven't yet advanced will have to leave you here alono, sure answer to Satan's temptations,
"Why?" an atom of proof that Steve isn't I am extremely valuable, not only but you must learn it if you are
"We believed he was obtaining se- loyal to Berlin. Your only piece of to use it.
crets from a certain woman who was evidence is the statement made b Hup the bot 2. The Spiritual Temptation.
c-lose to one of our leaders." his brother. He made that state- tie. It gurgled into his mouth longer Here Satan asked Him to presume
"But did you prove it? Can you meant out of sheer vindictiveness." than usual. He put the botle down, on the grace of God. If he cannot proveHe walked to the kitchen door and get you to abandon your faith, he
rov aythng M. Lnnng" "hywashevidiciv?"stopped. He looked at Zonie for will urge you to go to some fanatical W1
"I can, indeed, Miss Corey. Steve "Because he has always hated
was ordered on ten minutes noticeSteve,
lo leave Germany. I was instructedheditN
to eae Grmny.I as nsrucedPaul told me that Steve had been "Sometimes," he said in a puz. God always cares for His own
to scrape his acquaintance, find out kicked out of the navy, had turned
what I could-kill him if I believedthem to be, but He does he had betrayed us. That was my when he was saying what he said
sole assignment." Frtefrttm ic inr o eie sfo olad n
soe ssgnen."on the lanai tonight, he still be- Zonie smiled-a faint stirring of her unnecessary risks which we want to
"But you didn't kill him." lived that. He refers to Steve as lips at the corners. Her arms felt call "faith."
Steve Duncan is a very clever 'that Nazi'!" numb. For some time there had 3. The Vocational Temptation.
young man. In Lisbon, I managed M.Lnigwssiigmsei
to meet him. I isoncI maeds been no sensation in her hands. Her Christ had come into this world to
to eethi. Iintodcedmyslfously. "I am convinced that if your feet were asleep, too. She noticed wrest from Satan, the usurper (who as a fellow martyr of Naziism. I fiance did not know the truth of
had spent a few months, six yearswhthwasaigheiavretagiacuiupnetmoly snwtepiceftis old
ago, on this i o i as odor that she had first detected when John 12:31), the kingdoms of this
field luna. Thad ws in why I was.
a.,, n tisislndwokin a a y tumle uon t.It adthecui-she had come into this room, world. Satan suggested to Him that
fil ln.That was why I was ous ring that nothing but the truth "It's your suspicious nature," she He could accomplish this by simply
selected for this assignment. It gave "It's what I've been saying,
us a bond. We were old pals!" "It had nothing but a malicious, As for Steve's treachery to you C a c
"Ddyuwork on Stromberg'soss
"Did you wronStromberg's vindictive ring!I" where are all these proofs?" Satan is busy urging men to take
plantation?" "I am very sorry, Miss Corey. We "I gave them to You!" he cried, spiritual bypaths. He has his own
"No. I did not know Stromberg differ, don't we? I was about to say "But you didn't, Mr. Planning. In leaders who skillfully evade and
then. Steve and I had two weeks inthtBrihabeoexrmly.#h1/#n =y w
Lisbon, waiting for a passage to spite of your suspicions, in spite of avoid the cross. They have a religion
o t p t anxious to secure JY-419 so that it your lucid reasoning, you have not without the offense of the cross, but,
New York. Steve spent this time had communicated with Mr. Strom, proved that Steve has betrayed you, mark it well, it is not Christianity, 0 Get soothing, blessed relief from tormenting neuralgia
convincing me he loved Germany berg-" You have not convinced me that even though it hears that name.
more than life itself. He is such a "Who," Zone took him up, "is JY419 is a case full of radio junk." Jesus met and defeated Satan by pains astacing en-ay Yordct kno te
persuasive rascal." the leading Nazi here-the man who' So much time had passed that it the use of Scripture, and by honor- thoLWell, Ben-Gay contains upto2'A timlesitmore of both
Zorie wondered if Steve had suc- directs all your espionage activities was unlikely that Steve would come Ing God the Father. Jesus' re- these wonderfully soothing ingredients than five other
ceeded in persuading Pierre Savoy- in' Hawaii and works closely with here-that he was still alive. There sistance of the devil caused him to widelyofferedrub-ins.Getgenzequick-ctioliBenl-GayI
ard not to kill him. the leading Japanese agents?" was only a dwindling i go away. It still works. Read James
"Can you prove to me that he was Mr. Planning smiled at her admir- She wished her handswere free. 4:7. Then came the angels to minis. lying?" ingly. "You are such a clever young In moments as intense as this one, ter to Him. Victory over the enemy
"Yes, Miss Corey! One night, in woman! Not much suspicion can it is so much easier to talk persua. of our souls brings peace and
Lisbon, he mentioned having learned have touched Mr. Stromberg-he is sively if you can use your hands, spiritual refreshment.
-fropp a secret but authoritative so clever himself and such a credit (TO BE CONTINUED


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statistics on the incidence of polio an increase of approximately 20 per- aga ust infantile paralysis. MAYE H. BAILEY
and asked for a generous response cent during 1944. Administratrix of the estate of
when the "March of Dimes" begins. The service area of the Tallahassee Summing up the situation on the able excluded groups to build insur- William Bailey, deceased.
Louis Morris presented to Pres. office includes Jefferson, Franklin, social security front, Mr. Brannon ance protection for themselves and I A N I E
Bullock the 1945 Boy Scout Charter Gadsden, Hamilton, Lafayette, Leon, said there is one serious cause of con- their families. NOTICE
and announced the results of the Liberty, Madison, Suwannee, Taylor cern to the Boards field officers: some election of officers on Tuesday. and Wakulla counties. people do not know their rights under ^A~Ae f tsS
Stuart Simpson was named chair- The benefit rolls shape up appror- the old-age and survivors insurance In the Circuit Court of the Second been cutting a good many Camellia
manJ. Wldrn, icecharma. iatey a folow: IJudicial Circuit of Florida in and man, J. C. Waldron, vice-chairman. imately as follows: program, and so may lose some bene- for Jefferson County. In Chancery. Flowers in our Park Grounds across
The guest speaker was William F. Monthly fits through failure to act at the Viola M. Smith, from the Office. We are glad to have
Jacobs, Asst. State Forester. His No Benefit Amt. right time. To correct this he issued Complainant, folks come in and look at the flowers
subject was "This New Material Retired workers, age the following advice: "Whenever a vs. DIVORCE. plants, however we cannot allow
D E N C I S U NeK N O WN. . a n d p l n s h o e r w e c n t a l w
Called Wood." 65 or over.170 $3,345.86 person, who has worked at any time Jimmie Smith, .them to be pulled or cut, and will ask
H ea s i th ta lw a t co e fr m W v s a d w d w ,6[th amt o be pralte be toppd.w l s
He said that all wealth comes from Wives and widows, 65 in a job covered by the law, reaches 'Defendant. tnat the, practice be stopped.
natural resources and we all earn our or over .41 497.49 the age of 65, he should come in to TO JIMMIE SMITH WHOSE RESIliving directly or indirectly by pro- Young widows (who see us and find out how to protect his You are hereby required to person-MONTICELLO NURSERY CO.
ducing, processing, packaging, trans- have minor children) 84 1,165.61 benefit rights, even though he does ally appear before the above entitled NOTICE
porting and selling the materials pro- Minor children of de- not plan to retire. Whenever a work- court in the Court House at Monticelvided by nature. ceased or retired er dies, after working for some period lo, Florida, on Monday the 5th day of In the Circuit Court of the Second
Since Pearl Harbor, wood and wood workers 279 2,438.89 in jobs covered by the law, some February, A. D. 1945, to answer the Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and R R E L L ]
products have replaced metals to a Monthly benefits are paid also to .member of his family should corn- Bill of Complaint for a divorce exhib- for Jefferson County. In Chancery.
eetaerlcdmtou ~ n~ asodu i itebdph isoleamg t r e W e e Cone~ omplinant nc TRANSFER & STORAGES
large extent so that metals could go 'aged dependent parents of fully in- municate promptly with the nearest itdagainst you therein and the Walter Culpepper, CopliVORCE TR N FE &SOR G
to war. sured workers who die without leav- office of the Social Security Board. Monticello News, a newspaper pub- VS. Local and Long Distance
He descrbed varius methos of inga wife o child.lished in Monticello Jefferson Coun- Willie Cupepper, Defendant,I Loaan LngDsnc
He described various methods of iTg a wife or child. This is the only way to make sure ty, Florida is hereby designated as To Willie Culpepper, whose residence Weoperate in Fla., Ga., Ala.,
processing wood and showed some of "That old-age and survivors insur- that no benefits are lost." the newspaper in which this order is unknown: iS.C., Tenn., and Miss.
te resulting products, for example: ance is truly a family insurance plan The Board is concerned also, said shall be published regularly once each You are hereby required to person- Modern Equipment
the ring connector, plywood, fire- Is demonstrated by the fact that more Mr. Brannon, because some 20,000,000 week for four consecutive weeks, ally appear before the above entitled Eve Load Insured proofed wood rayon and plastics. He than three of every five beneficiaries Americas, including the self-employ- Witness, E. C. Love and W. Court in the Court House at Monti- Eey
presoed wood on anr stcs. He are women and children. This pro- May Walker, Judges as well as cello, Florida, on Monday the 5th day Office Phone 1099
trussed the need of forest conserva- portion holds true among the nation's ed, are excluded from the protection Clyde H. Sauls, Clerk of said of February, 1945, to answer the Bill Residence Phone 2029
tion and less waste of forest prod- 1,1200o beneficiaries," Mr. Brannon of the system. He called attention to Court and the seal of said of Complaint for a Divorce exhibited New Warehouse 633 W. Gaines
nessi.Court at Monticello, Florida, against you therein and the Monti- Tallahassee, Fla.
ucts said. the Board's recommendation to en- this 1st day of January, A. D. cello News, a newspaper published in .

Condensed statement of the condition of



As called for by the Comptroller of the State of Florida at the close of business December 30,1944


Bills Receivable $150,116.71

Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures. 3,810.00 Capital Stock $25,000.00

Other Real Estate 4.00 Surplus Fund 55,000.00

United States Bonds .538,006.50 Undivided Profits 22,873.12

County & Municipal Bonds .76,684.53

Other Bonds 223.50

Cash on Hand and Due from Banks 1,423,063.68 D E P OS IT 0885997

$2,191,908.92 $2,191,908.92


I ,, ." ~ 'j r ~- ~ '- '-


Boy Scout Council Mrs. Sattler Is Hostess Waukeenah Club Meets Forest Program Is
~ *Elects New Officers At Rook Party Saturday At Home of Mrs. Boyd Being Given To All

Cocia tivitie The Jefferson County district coun- Mrs. H. L. Settler was hostess Sat- The Waukeenah Home Demonstra-

ciI, Boy Scouts of America, oet at urday afternoon, entertaining two Sauro y d, n Fid tenoaon, J IthecourhousTuedayeenin,_antablsofrook_______aterhmeoJ._ABoy,_onridaaftenoonJan A forest conservation program was
Mrs. E. G. Bussell and young son, Mrs. L. Sattler spent Christmas elected a new slate of officers to West Washington street. The living ary 5th.
rm ws decorated with IA. the absence o
Charles, of Lloyd were visitors here and New Years holidays with friends serve for the year 19 azaleas adrotelo t Monday, January 8th with moving

Missesea Frace ande MarywKate
on Saturday. lin Tallahassee. Stuart Simpson was elected district AthclsofpahihrzewsSummerford and Mrs. Boyd conduct- Pictures on forestry and conservation
chairman; J. C. Waldron, first vice Aarde Mrs. H. Kb bise f a ed the opening exercises, being presented to the children by
Miss Ava Ruth Sawyer had as herl Private Bailey Brinson left Tues- chairman; L. G. Morris, second vice pwrize Mrs. H. R Hui'lSr, flango Dues were paid by those attending, Douglas Win. Decker of the Florida

f g sa fr their withnts, par. an M cu hes lang

wee. d M gSubst in s he rth atr hometr pn-caimn n Lwec axeMa on Palm-hr laigadth ru otdt a c 1FoetadPakSrie
were Mrs. C. L. Moore, Mrs. L. M. dues at this time. Mrs. Hightower The first of the forestry pictures
Dr. a Mrs. J. B. Brinson. The council members report that i donated the offering for Hope-Haven picture is an organlog with the words

asvea week with here son-in-lawlsheo
Mrs. B. A. Mcrlhaney of CaL A Scouting is on the upgrade and aRsel C Mrs. E., Hospital.o

Gide ofiLeon un Ohrd, Com-tn e FI Vr ha eundMs.EhlCre adMs .D noticeable increase of interest has The club gave Mrs. J. D. Coosey the screen and sung in unison by the
mother, Mrs. J. B. Horne in her home Freed Harde-Man College, Hender- been shown in the group this year. Thiey hStes eve. delicious sal- a stork shower, consisting of many Pupils. Other pictures show the
in East End, son, Ten., after spending the holi- Plans for the coming year were dis- spe nite gift various uses to which wood is put and
ad course. Mr. andMrs
days here with his parents, Mr. ad cussed. The hostess served delicouls re- the urgent need for forest conservaMisses Frances and Mary Kate Mrs. C. B. VanCleef. The annual meeting of Suwannee freshments tion.
Stubbs of Gainesville were recent River Council will be held at Wakulla Mr. Decker is spending the week
guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sergeant Bill Monett of Rochester, Springs Thursday ng January-18, work. Through this Act, health on in Jefferson county and will conduct
E. M. Stubbs in their home on Palm- N. Y. who is stationed at Tyndall and it is expected that g tcouterl
er Mill Road. Field, and Corp. Phil Friedman of from the county will attend. IMiss Pallie Mae Mash and Pfc btehoe front and thalinon htheh campaign Bohwiteer sndchole ilth

the Thomasville Air Base were William T. MManus, U. S. Army, dren will have an opportunity to see
Mrs. E.H. Row of Porland, uests or the eek-en of Mr.and wee frightful aplace einmotheigtotalplwarieffortotather conservationserpicturestur andndwill
Miftsn, THo we f Prtlanedereomed it cero of a nation at war." Mills, Jra, returned
Wednarrived Monday to spend Mrs. Julius Goldberg. Mrs. mori. Ridgeway Is al at 6 o'clock New Yearrs rel
A.vea aek ihhrsni-a fternoon Fit the Baptist Pastorim, Thr r pnnsfrclrdgrsthem understand the need for forests
Bra l w e, Mr. her LAw Party with Rev. H. 0. Hughes officiating. to take this training. and forest conservation practices.

and il eaue Mr.ondfo Miami Lfor r.BreeFiny h a enHots tR o ___________Delp of Leon Tung Orchard Coin- absent from the Princess Beauty The bride is the daughter of Mrs. _______________pany. Shop much of the time lately due to Mrs. R. A. Rigeway entertained A. M. Mash and the late Mr. Mash,
the illness of her daughter, JoAn members of the Rook Club and other of Monticello and is secretary to E. Mrs. S. D. Clarke has returned MiClung, has reopened her shop for guests Wednesday afternoon in her N. e
fro Jaksnvilewhere she spent full hours each day. home on East Washington Stret gro, whose home is in JacksonvilleHET 7 w7 o

Mrs and sitr Mi and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A the who attended the Frank Carroll and Mrs. H. K. Miller now a patient at Finney General HosS. Dilworth Clarke, Jr., and other concert, given by Vivian Della for high and low scores; the floating pital, Thomasville recovering from y
relatives. Chiesa, soprano, in Thomasville Tues- prize went to Mrs. J. B. Brinson, Sr wounds. nOdNDS #0
day evening were Mrs. J. B. Brinson, Delightful refreshments were serv- The couple, after spending several In ocie.y
Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Fuller of iMrs. S. D. Clarke, Mrs. Joe Carr. ed by the hostess at the close of play. Days at the Roosevelt Hotel in Jack- wihBdAbtIndLuCsel St. Petersburg were recent guests of Mrs. bner Averitt, Miss Mary Mar- sonville, have returned to Monticello. wit nWS
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. n, t. and Mrs. Fountain
E. Clark. They also visited in Tal- May, Mrs. A. N. Watson, Miss Louise -SHORTSlahassee and attended the inaugu- Satter and Bailey Brinson. The con- son-in nMaw ,ce ration of Governor Millard Caldwell. cert was sponsored by the Thomas- Service N e d Begin Flashback
yele Entertainment Foundation.

herh sister.lFo D
Mrs. Tom M. Braswell With two of their family's service Va- A
infant son, Tom Mills, Jr., returned Mrs. John Sorenson of Winter men at home on leave at the same Tr iig A Once
Wednesday from Archbold Memorial Park is visiting her cousin, Miss time, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Brinson en- Tuesday & WedesdayJan. 16-17
Hospital, Thomasville, Ga. Lt. (jg) Martha Murdock in her home on tertained Monday evening in their The State Board of Health's direct- Js W h i
Braswell, who is visiting his family Palmer Mill Road. She was ac- home with a family dinner party. or of Public Health Nursing this Ju ge WomanCi ~~
here will leave soon for Miami for companies here by her daughter, Mrs. The dining table was centered withate nocdhtFo ahsi So

an Mrs. Nugentce isa employed withi
another assignment. 0. V. Cowgil, who later left for a beautiful arrangement of camel-
Priat Baileyptin Briso left Tues-re P p a n w ( ~ A 0 t27,

Shreveport, La., to join her husband, has grown in Mrs. Brinson's garden.
Mrs. Mont Whidden of Mulberry Major Cowgil. They have gone to These same flowers were also used Corps program have vacancies for '? '"p
and her daughter, who is a student Fresno, California, where the major in the other rooms of the home. enlistees from 17 to 35, and urged ursday & Friday-Jan. 18-19
at Florida State College for Women has been stationed. Out-of-town members of the family Belita in
in Tallahassee, will spend the week enjoying the evening with Dr. and
Mrso esrinton were Mrs.l W.rel W. Alex-t Lad Le' Dance s-: ji
end here with the former's mother, Garsonwde a. Teh. here- op h
Mrs. J. C. Braswell and sister, Miss n BVCle. M
Sergean Bil Monettlle of. Rochester, Im

Frances Braswell. and Mrs. Fountain May of Florence, country. RKO Newsho For
The Founders Circle will meet on f. C., and Private Bailey Brinson, of According to Miss Ruth Mettinger, Tech. Sgt and Mrs. Fountain May Monday at 4 o'clock at the home of Seymour, Alabama. bureau director and also chairman of TARGET JAPAN JIV B T -7
ofForeceout Carlinuests for the weenk-en of Mr.- an

ofFlrece Sut Croin, reMr. . rik.In keeping with the State Nursing Committee for War SATURDAY--.Jan. 20
M arthsL y n aloe isinnet w oa e fhac iias
vistin th laters p rens, r. and Aben from the r cesl s Beau yc t nu s Th Pe a ol G n rl

Mrs. J. B. Brinson. They will also Favorite Tree." Mrs. J. R, Hughes, Joaarris c ne
Mclug hasn reopenedrher sho for

visit Sgt. May's mother and other Jr., will discuss "Trees for Florida day. 4t Brh a Part tn a s0 r l h
relatives in Quincy, before return- Gardens."H
ing to Florence. The Cherokee Circle will meet at ontoeatn areentb
the home of Mrs. Theo Smith, at 3:30 Mrs. C. Waldo Harris entertained Instituti
Mrs. W. D. Sawyer returned Sat- Monday afternoon, Mrs. A. R. John- on Thursday afternoon last week Lukes, St. Vincent's and rewster or i
urday night after a six weeks' visit son an. Mrs. Ja F. Conklin are co- with a children's party, honoring her (colored), all of Jacksonville, James with her daughter and son-in-law, hostesses, daughter, Martha Lynn, on herM. Jackson Memorial, Miami, Orange Buckley's Famous CANADOL"
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pidgeon. En The Mignonette Circle will meet at fourth birthday. During the after- n-General, Orlando, Pensac Mixture Acts Like a Flash
REALtESTATEponsoreddrugtstoTeoforvill Enetimn Foundatioend C fo tu

burg, Pa., for a two weeks' visit with Monday afternoon. Mrs. c u Bailey joyed. burg, Tampa Municipal, Tampa and ss rl cti ng). Ta ke a coue o
her sister. Jr., and Mrs. C. R. Rankin e co- The beautiful birthday cake, icedthe Good Samaritan, West Palm
Palmer atibdtiRe.dFeelitswinstan

hostesses, in white and decorated with four pink, Beach. If you want a farm, xl powerful effective action spread thru
d htrat, head and bronchial terbes. it O W.The Gladiolus Circle will meet at birthday candles, was served with ice Miss Mettinger stressed the need a or some land sta, at nce to loosen up thick.
cover, Washington, were week end the home of Mrs. Malcolm Mor choking phlhgb, Soothe raw eFen see brs and ake breathing easier.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Winans 8 o'clock Monday evening. Those invited to celebrate with rur clase thn ifrvosns iritain cogse orsironha
in ~ ~ ~~ G re Circle MeetingsasigonI cmr i;cuhsrbonha

The Nosegay Circle will meet on Martha Lynn were Mary Ann Phil- months. "So vital is the nation's T. J. MARTIN irritations due to colds tind BuckMonday atnai 4uick ''lu geatetle homen street. Pfc. Nugent is stationed at Monday afternoon, January 15th, at lips, Carol Ann Braswell, Melba Jean need for womanpower in nursing that REAL ESTATE BROKER A ley' s qick necte reGordon Johnston, Carrabelle, 4 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. R. Jessup, Josephine Malloy, Judy Gold- Congress has appropriated funds to "My ief. t w, t go ck'eY' Can
and Mrs. Nugent is employed with Cooksey, Mrs. C. A. Bishop and Mrs. berg, Francine Millinr and Mary give assistance to every eligible wo- Monticello FloridI
C. P. Reichert joint hostesses. Mem man to prepare herself for this vital Fl oridaW* HEAD'S CASH DRUG STORE
hassee office, hers are requested to notice the
change. A special feature has been
Sgt. and Mrs. Melvin Rosen of prepared for the meeting and a full
Buffalo, New York, were week-end attendance is urged.
guests of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. t
Julius Goldberg. Sgt. Melvin, who Jae Que' gran vida, amiigos! Have a Coke
returned a month ago from three J m sAnderson (WHT LFEPAS!
years in the Pacific, is stationed ata
th James Anderson died at his home
remain here with the Goldberg's for nerGenilinMdsncut,' ____an indefinite time. Saturday afternoon. He was 87 years
____ of age. Funeral services were con-Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pidgeon of ducted at the home Saturday after7 Orchard St., Oneonta, N. Y. an- noon at 4 o'clock, with the Rev. Hennounce the birth of a daughter ry and the Rev. Goodman in charge.
Deidra Neurio, on December 17, Interment was in Andrews Ceme1944. Mrs. Pidgeon is the former tery, Madison county. Pall bearers
Dorys Sawyer, daughter of Mr. and were John Bishop, Clarence AnMrs. W. D. Sawyer of this city. drews, Will Blanton, W. Bishop, Lloyd
McLeod and Walter Bishop. a M
Friends of J. J. Human will re- Wilkins Funeral Home, of Montiberso ae rnequeste tof ntie thnea

gret to learn that he is seriously illcelwsichreotefura
at Archbold Memorial Hospital, arrangements. f h
Thomasvile, Ga. Sergeant Joseph
B. Shuman of Quantico, Virginia, IBassukShabet FHsweml
has obtained emergency Atvin Rook PuHrBe
TheBasil Staten Howell, 85, died at the

home of Mr dand Mrs. Stanley, in
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Sasser had as Elizabeth Settlement, Monticello, on
recent guests their son-in-law and Saturday morning at 5 o'clock. Funer- w
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Man- al services were held at Elizabeth
ler and children, Melba Jean and Church, Sunday morning at 11:30,
Gerald. They were enroute from with Rev. Herbert Hawkins of NorMiwd Orono, Maine to Russealville, 'Ala., man Park, Ga., preaching the funeral
where they are making their home. sermon.
Wilkins Funeral Home of Monticello was in charge of funeral arbeen show incbs thesan gruEhsya.BieS.asoksoecnitn fmn uis te itrs so h

Win.nF.enstate rangements. Interment was in lizaforester, and D. W. Decker, of the beth Cemetery with the following
Florida Forest and Park Service, serving as pall-bearers: Craf ton Mespent some time in Monticello on Kowu, S. D. Lucas, Charlie Brock, or being ambassadors of good will in Panama
business this week. Mr. Jacobs ad- Arthur Hertdon, Karl Trefry and
dressed the Kiwanis club Wednesday Gordon Sanith.
and Mr. Decker spent the week show- Your American sailor gets around. In Panama, Pearl Harbor, Port Moresby ct s
ing conservation and forest protect Both agriculture and industry are or Providence, you'll find him always being himself,-a friendly, good-natured i
tion movies to the schools of the dependent on each other for their American. Have a Coke is his easy-going invitation to share some fun or a song
county. best welfare.
and refreshment with all covers. It's his way of saying, Relax, let's take it easy. Cpl. Robert Rogers, who has been CHURCH OF CHRIST And that's just what it means when you offer ice-cold Coca-Cola in your own
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Felix Ea John- Meets at Wom s Clubela and tere to E rehs T HERI
ston, left Wednesdaay to visit his Stpes Count ae t T e
mother and other relatives in De- Sunday Bible School 11 A. M. friendliness with a good old American accent. JaksnvleaHETHa
Funiak Springs. From there Ce will Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. It's natural for popular names
go to Parris Island, S. C., for reas- Thursday, Midweek Service 8 P. M. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY O THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY to acquire friendly abbreviasigement. Cpl. Rogers formerly You hre cordially invited to attend ciocas olaf caly da Cote
lived in Monticello and has served these services. M NTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYC
three years in the South Pacific. Dec. 15-29.At O ce ShooCForDog
me at4 home on leav at.the.same

The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. Fridinv Januarv 12. 1945


Lively Polka Dots for Gift Apron
1 9. 5 f1191 Due to an unusually large demand and
5n 8 0. current war conditions, slightly more time
2 Is required in filling orders for a few 1f
othe most popular pattern numbers.
r530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, Il

WeWace of.rubabeeyt inthetireppi:s 34N
SQUERY comes in from far Enclose 16 cents fr Pattern

maive '.Z their milke by motorlppnet
:5 X. this effect-I"What is the distance____________record for the forward pass?
This is one of the most interesting, and one of the most unproved
records in sport. x____________Years ago this forv
wad-passing dis- S ln i o g
. tance crown was
S A R M ACler of CaliforniaRAIf
SNAPY FCTSwho was credited '~Mixed at Home
wit a 5-yrd assNo Cooking. Makes Big Saving.
RUBBER against Ohio State, To get quick and satisfying relief
as werecal thefrom coughs due to colds, mix this

.~. ~faint and faraway reipe in your kitchen. Once tried,
ler stllFirst make asyrup by stirring 3 lris Silcredited a cusanulated sugar and one cup of
with the disanc B i water a few moments, until dissolved.
Is "I~ of wartime restrictions, record, registered A chld could do It. No cooking
~~serc~~ foorst triee 20 *.neded. Or you can use corn syrup or
&.Ud motorsenserrmile 280 1943 as guide s inmn utcvrd1/ 1iqui honey, instead of sugar syrup.
16o Laterge onle the Wet9oat43,Te get 22/2 ounces of Pinex from
Late onalog th Wet castany druggist. This is a special consmdiAs SOS of a b t Al per cept f prica socil-tfmehpasserti9les taeled many conceded a new record to pound of proven ingredients. in conK yatRd centrated form, well-known for ts
m i e t aed w r K e n n W h t U A s p r o m p t a c tio n o n th r a t a n d b rir c e
iewho was supposed to have thrown chial membranes.
ls 941. a completed pass for 68 yards Put the Pinx into a pint botnie,
yahe proof of the impor- 4 against Southern California. Gift Apron and add your syrup. This makes a full
od pint of splendid medicine and you get
wea of rubber in tires: 34 e was in that neighborhood," ADE in red and white pola- about four times as much for your
toHoward Jones of Southern Califor. M dotted cotton and trimmed money. Itneverspoilsatastes fine.
ailrive n the mil b moe- Crspy-oa e ishcTaes Bteayow) thnudeia told me later. "It may have with a band of green edged in And for quick, blessed relief, it is
omdm been 65 yards-it may have been red-here you have a delightful, amazing. You cans feel it take hold In
70 yards. It was too long for me. n colorful apron that maway that means business. Itlooses
p maan healps bu0 Files oup a ire. aes nceathnceesy, ad ley
Wodesspeed and careful As civilian meat supplies grow Point-Saving Menu Brick Muller and Kenny Washing- want one or more for yourself mslep Moyreunedyianot le aed
driving will prevent this MUIle leaner, fish will again come to theto weeudbely wo fth toIInvrya.
aw-f.rescue as a good *Baked Fish With Cheese Sauce great long-distance passers on the 0 0neeywy
ao ashed Potatoes West coast probably two of To obtain complete pattern, finishing
yInstructions for the Gift Apron (Pattern tris easier to pre- Whole Wheat Rolls best in football history. No 5802) send 16 cents i cois, your
pare than meat, Green Bean Salad Isbell's Peg name, address and the pattern number.
and it bakes, Orange Chiffon Pie
broils, fries and Beverage The longest completed pass I ever
cooks quickly. *Recipe given, saw came in a game between the
Fish is at its professional All Stars against the otU OLD
best when it's Green Bay Packers in California

perfectly cooked. C eaner rason several years ago. Green Bay i
By that, I mean, the bones sepa lightly with salt an this game had the ball on its onebitesow etc. Keepse itn onk hand inewt nl e eons 1 N I
the fish is pan-fried or broiled, water, lemon juice and mustard, Bay faded back of his goal line and aforasubstituteo
Thsdelectable food is available stirring constantly until thickened. whipped a long, high one through (btntohuy)
In large quantity now, and it's wise Add remaining tab
to plan to serve it not once a week, ter to bread crumbs and sprinkle Don Hutson was already under Cut the material with which you
~ 4i but several times, to lessen the over fish. Bake in a hot oven (400 wy egloe ontefed ws ocvrYu rnn or
directed.with two All Stars alongside, Suds on the bias. This wil prevent On or voi B. C. faffm
garnish of lemon and parsley When much fish is served, it every Satuday monning
witar deish utsollwithais acaing wrnktee

or one of the excellent sauces, fish good to vary the method of cooking speed, put on full steam, ran away -11:00 A. M, F. W. T.
reuWISE wsoc WFBC r from his guardians and took the ball When the rope clothesline WPTF ws
ly: around the mid-field strip at least needs washing, wrap it around a 10:00 A. M., C. W. T.
101 MNOR ACHES All PAIRS SI Condiments should be used wisely Fish Souffle. 65 yards from the spot where Isbell washboard and scrub with a stiff WSB ;;sM WAPO WROL WSI'A
HEUMATISo a had thrown the pass. It was an easy brush, rinsing thoroughly. Give
NERTSLMAO able flavor. Their flavors should 1 package flounder or similar fish touchdown. I happened to be sitting the clothespins an occasional dip WY'W
NERIISLUBAO be subtle rather than pronounced Y2~ cup boiling water on the Packers bench where I could too.
so that the delicate flavor of the fish 3 teaspoon salt measure the throw.
is not completely lost. Heavy cream
Baked Whitefish. 2 tablespoons flour All of this still doesn't answer the Cht I hee t hones se rpa-d
Shite Leyte sergeant's question. There
theprobably isn't any answer. I was with salad oil and waxed paper
2h cups bread crumbs (dry) b s teaspoon pepper talking this problem over with Ed pressed against it. It should be
2 tablespoons bacon, minced 4 egg yolks, stiffly beaten die Dooley, Dartmouth's long-dis, stored in a cold place, closely coy- V 1. IINEku
~g-Site~es~es~i~Sat~ieOr I teaspoon green pepper, minced 4 egg whites stiffly beaten tance passer. ered, and away from moist air. WHITE. PETROLEUM. JELY1
*=I CIIS lIE ONLY AS DIRECiED rOnion, large, minced Cook the fillet of flounder in boil
Ito p oeipt I File 5 slices bacon
A RON sea st g, salted water until tender. Dram, A 75-Yard Toss
drai ontedsponts Whenvin served.

with "We had a contest at Dartmouth
Pepper Add the cream to once," Eddie said, "for distance
Mix bread crumbs, minced bacon, make 1 cup. Slpy passing. I was to pass against Swede
en o d es is rate fish into fine Oberlander. We had no following
and lay on fish. Place a slice of flakes. Combine wind In this contest I passed on
bacon on this and fold over fish, butter, flour, salt
blae sutl rathern than prnond ytecryfr7 ad n wd

oand pepper. Add hit the 73-yard mark. This is the
remaining bacon over top. Bake 35
minutesnti sna eyhtoe 40cemot and o only occasion I recall where for. Wonderfully quick, a little Va-tro-nol
G s 6 6 degrees), basting often with fat in utik.mAddhfish ward passes were accurately ineas. up each nostril helps open the nasal
2%sgs-a cupshin bredscumse(ry

Wd Pirparnflns as tbe witah mnedi ate e ys, urged. But remember, this was not
pan. serve green when you head Mix up with stuffy
lemon slices. For sauce, mix to- mixing well. Fold in beaten whites.
gather the following: 3 teaspoons someone has Pased the ball over grand relief too from sniffy sneezy
Ilowltin~millstrMix brea crumbs,' mince bacone aseoe lc 7 ad nacarwtota ao-dsrssfhaclsT

minced green pepper, 3 tablespoons in a pan of hot water and bake for 1 seasonin dgsre cos Tryti VICKS YA-TRO0 NOL
b u awn d tIaouoboe
atse nd a bepan an hour in pre-heated 350-degree oven, you have a favoring gale at your
ie Stuffings add interest to any type back it would not be difficult to pass
(UlSR1drne Stomachic Tonic) Broiled Halibut, of fish. Bread stuffings or those 80 or 85 yards."
a Is fams Vgetole. piod Anchovy butter or lemon with celery, mushrooms, or chest.-Servea
Plms Is fams Vregietae corn le Halibut For maye bemixed In to- fli
gehe rny a n nevo. Sl and following, can pick up a passer who can heave
-et tre-oteeinswenvdue, Salt-and-pemn rice stuffing is suggested wicd pike, the ball over 60 yards-how cantAso
to Cuactinnal monthly disturbances. Wipe fish with damp cloth. Brush Fish With Rice Stuffing you find a Hutson or another end 5O N U
Mdame regulariy-Pinkham's Coam. with melted butter and season with (Seve 4) wh caTabeShtfr n ac
Passed hps bupd up resist peppepepn m
sgaiASauch annoying symptom sper
saltM anapperu
Muldoon's Compound is made Arrange on broil- I 3-pound recall, vaguely, sin
es'pecially far women-it IIs na.2talsonbutrDrmuhgm aaitCrelO D T AY
that's the-kind of medicine er pan and broil p 2
untilpound mushrooms, chopped where Eddie Dooley, from his own
LECE-ABLE browned. Spread 2 tablespoons chopped onion 35-yard line, hit Bjorkman on the
with a but- 4 cup bacon drippings shoulder, 65 yards away, and just
ter when ready to serve or garnish 1 cup cooked rice at the goal line.
with lemon. The great passers of more modern
Baked Fish With Mustard Sauce. % teaspoon poultry seasoning times have been Sammy Baugh, Sid
1/ pounds fillet of haddock 2 beaten eggs Luckman and Glenn Dobbs. And it
2 tablespoons melted butter Place fish in shallow pan and broil might be mentioned that Cecil Is1 tablespoon flour under moderate heat for 15 mi- bell and Arnie Herber were no
1 cup boiling water utes, basting with the 2 tablespoons punks. Two of the most accurate
1 tablespoon lemon juice of butter. Turn; broil 10 minutes. passers I've ever known were Ben1 tablespoon prepared mustard Season with salt and pepper. Cook Sy Friedman and Sammy Baugh.
2 cup dried 'bread crumbs mushrooms and onions in bacon They were not 65-yard marksmen.
Salt and pepper drippings until tender. Add rice, But they could hit a gnat in the eye
seasonings and eggs; mix well and from 10 to 30 yards. So could little mound the stuffing in center of serv- Davey O'Brien. There is another Lynn Says:ing platter. Place fish, skin side up great and now forgotten passer.
Have Sauces with Fish: Com- baked with stuffing, in a moderate
bine melted butter with lemon be the isnost or pve d ro rd
A bne eltd btte wih lmon oven for 45 minutes, basting with actual competition-a pass that wa~s juice and chopped parsley. Serve butter. Garnish with lemon slices, caught and held. Maybe Brick
at once. Cheese sauce is an excellent a M.
Take 1 cup hot white sau companiment for fish in this Mayle Kenn Wshgt no soothes fast with
(medium) and mix with 2 hard- case: K
boiled eggs and 1 chopped dill cake S .s. I It might be Isbell to Hut- hugo or other mus pain. The
*Baed ishWit Cees Sace.son Iknow of no other end who f au Mcesson Laoratories
pickle. Keep hot until served. developed Soretone Linent for
Mix mayonnaise with an equal 1 chopped onion son of the Green Bay Packers, I those cruelpains-due exposures
a tstrain,fatigue or over-exercise. Get add drained, chopped cucumber / pound sliced cheese only know that Eddie Dooley could the blessed relief of Soretone
to it. Sasne wihsand pep- 2 -pound Pike, halibut or perch cover 75 yards through the air and icold heat actionpoi er. nwthsl adpp 11A teaspoons Worcestershire sauce Eddie today can hit the 65-yard 1L Quickl Soretone acts to en- b~o
WORKSi Faecane!ASTy cutI orMynasIalob ie teaspoon dry mustard mark, long after he has been away Ance lTocal t.inucases o
Mayonnaise may also be mixed 1tapo atfo h re fHnvr n' ic oM SUA U BG
abrission should be treated with scraped onion, parsley, 2. Check muscular cramM
lybycleansing, followed chopped pickle and chopped V teaspoon pepper I 0 a 3. Help reduce local swelling. OR BACKACHE
pimiento. Stars in Service 4. Dilate surface capillary bl101 due to laticUe Or @xposre
&,riseict Oil. This wonderful Add grated American cheese to Place onion and half of cheese In
Ash eadsture's healing proc- ad b
essee bAn ee sad-yfo heated tomato Soup and blend fish cavity. Place remaining cheese tallng tuhi matter abuth serrvces Sverose MUSCULAR PAINS ueto
years. itn treatment of minor lightly. Serve over baked fish. on top of fish. Add remaining insums, bruises, burns, chafing, Mix one cup of mayonnaise or gredients and pour over fish. Bake ltac Te ost ec e ireieng SORE MUSCLES
sunburn, non-poisonous insect si ob rcigsiltmni ~
lites. etc. Keep it on hand in white sauce with the finely in hot oven (400 degrees) for 25 said to bt fhr oy ne retuv
redicie chest always for chopped whites of two eggs. Put minutes. about 97 per cent bunk. 500. A big bottle, only $1M
emergencies the us nya v n It doesn't take any toe long toMIO SPAN
a n3 differentsizes the yolks through a sieve Get the ms from your mea Get your swing back to the matter of touch
M1 your druggist! sprinkle over the top of the sauce.
w rix v cup finely hope saea roasting chart from Miss Lynn Churn and timing or to the more impor-~ ix cup inel choped and bars by iiing to her in care of Western tant fundamentals. Army sergeants *hsheiidei.rb
drained cucumber with one cup ofi .
sour cream. Sprinkle with pap- Street, Chicago 6, Ill. Please send a n aa v ant i n S.
rika or minced parsley before stamped, self-addressed envelope for yo S a n have al- .ePc l
ready proved this point in recent a rele e Wet Rs e t.
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(Continued from page 1)
cialist from other departments of the THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
federal government, of Monticello in the State of Florida at the close of business on Dec. 30, 1944.
Due to the war emergency this

11po10.c On Frida aftenoo thehein
AgriculturlCensusli'ofathebuyost ASSmT
gathered will e vital for 1. Loans and discounts 150,116.71
fuueplanning and allocation o 2.United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 538.006.50 wSTAFF even a small stand where we could and political subdivisions.76,684.53
endbuy a little refreshment from time to farm material needed. boyOther bonds, notes, and debentures----------------- -223.50
Editin-Chief-Ava Ruth Sawyer time. We might even get a name for Bureau of the Census is other banks, including reserve balances,

thet fina whitl torer put the Tigersoiv
OpensFor Tigers Ais Editor-Beverly Patterson the club and sponsor different forms ialland cash items in process of collection----------------1,423.063.68
Society Editors-Nell Whittle, Mary of entertainment sometimes. value of crop ,acreage planted, 7. Bank premises owned $3060.00, furniture and
Thspatwek th igr ad An lak "n i igtno e adiea"amount and value of livestock, poul- fixtures $750.00._. .- ---. . 3,810.00
Tigerettes opened their respective[ Class and Club Editor -Violet High- continued Jane, "to put an enlarge- try products and other items to the 8 elett we te hnbn rmss---------40

from eveeyumerator lwaennshthcallsl
basketball seasons. The Tigers drop-' tower ment on the howling alley. Itss noerto facilitae thels enmra 2. TOTAL ASSETS . .2,191,908.92
ped their Thursday night curtain Tpists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- small now that unless you come

Mcionethenbureautaesohamvsseslthatotraiser against Aucilla in Aucilla by Intosh. rather early, you don't have a chance
11-10. On Friday afternoon the Circulation Mgs.-Robert Linton, to bowl." farmer have this data prepared beThomasville girls' and boys' teams Betty Stokely "That's a good idea," Ann went on fore hand as the bureau realizes that 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
were visitors to the local courts Gossip Editor -Emmala Pate, Willie "And here's one little girl who would with the war production and the corporations . --- .- . 1,300534.60
where they came out on the short Gus Boland like to see a swimming pool, public shortage of labor, the farmer will be 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and

boyd will tagl withd Aucill boys onh croain ._ . .4453h
end of both games, losing to the boys Love-Lorn-Bettilee Bird tennis courts ,and even a skating- hard ning to spend much time woncluding
in a thriller 20-18 which saw Possum Joke Editor-Eleanor Folsom. rink to make our spare time a real the census enumerator. 1.Dposits ofvngUnited States Government. (including0

Mrhhitl badohash winedt
Bailey sink a shot just seconds before Spanish sand Latin Editor-Evelyn pleasure. Why, with these things Mi htl adta ewse o1.Deposits of States anid political subdivisions. 151,025.79
the final whistle to put the Tigers Blair. .we'd have something to do during emphasize two points for the farmer: 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.).1,306.19
ahead. Sponsor-Frances Mashburn. every season of the year." "First, these statistics are very im- 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS.----- $2,088,459.97
The Tigerettes played headsup ball "They're good ideas, but what about portant as they form the basic data 23. Other liabilitiesLeon.575.83
all the way, as Erma McCall, Elmin materials to build these projects? for the farm program and planning; 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated
Chancy and Nell Hunter sank shots Welcome Mr. Baxter! You know about the government's and second, all information is confi- obligations shown below). .2,089.035.80
from every angle in leading the girls priorities." dental and none can be used for purto a 36-11 victory. Stellar defensive The students have suffered the loss "'Well, that's food for thought, oses of taxation, regulation or in- CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
play by Minnie Lee Boland, Emmala of our former English teacher, Miss Jane. But I've often thought that vestigation by any government agen- 25. Capital, ---------. ___. _. .25,000.00
Pate, Willie Gus Boland and Ouida Mashburn, to Thomasville Jr. High. bringing up young people to enjoy cy. 26. Surplus.-------_. 55,000.00
McClellan iept the Thomasville scor- For the first week of her absence. the better things of life is a pretty 27. Undivided profitsgame. .22,873.12
ing to a low margin. Mrs. Cone filled the vacancy, but be- essential undertaking and our Uncle omans Club Has 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTSl.l.a.h.a102,873.12
This week sees the season swing ginning Monday, January 8, Mrs. Sammy might feel the same way (continued from page 1) 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS2,191,908.92
into high gear as the Tigers play two Baxter, local color ,will continue un- about it." Club Scholarship Fund which is avail- *This bank's capital consists of Common stock with total
games and the Tigerettes one. On til this year is out. "Ann, do you suppose our talking able to worthy girls of the state. This par value of $25,000.00.
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock the To you, Mrs. Baxter, we extend it up at school would help any?" is a loan to enable the girls to com-MEOAD
boy will tangle with Aucilla boys on our hearteest welcome as you fill the I don't know. It might. I cer- plete a college education and is made the local court. On Friday evening place of Freshman sponsor and Eng- tainly won't hurt to try." without interest and is payable in 31. Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value):
the boys and girls will trek to Taslse- lish 11, 11 and V classes. Might Well, here is where I turn off, installments which begin a year after (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, hassee where they will play the Leon we add, also, that Miss Mashburn Ann, so good-bye and cross your fin- gauto.pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities .-- 176,006.50

23 MadisoaMdnation.
High A team boys and girls, in a was sponsor of our paper and now ger's." Mrs. T. T. Turnbull was welcomed (b) Other assets pledged to secure deposits and other
doubleheader beginning at 8 P. M. we're awaiting appointment of an- "All right, Jane, I will. 'Bye." as a guest at the meeting and ack- liabilities (including notes and bills rediscounited and
This should be one of the best and other? nowledged the gTeeting, stating her seuiteolnerrprcaeagemet_. 5,045
toughest games for both teams this We're all sure Mrs. Baxter will Pa pleasure at visiting the club again. (e) TOTAL 231,091.03
year. It is hoped that another game make a great success, considering he Junior
Fe.ys in our midst. She's 32 Secred and preferred liabilities:
canbe cheule wih te allhas fist ew recognized as a new member of the (a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to resee team a little later in the season, certainly made a great "hit" with the The title-"Aunt Samanthy Rules Club.qurmnsola.18561 faculty as well as the student body. the Roost." And if you're a smart _______flw_.__. -------. 98565
Baktbl Shduechick you wont miss this comedy putS o tr X i1- (e) TOTAL. ------------ ---198,516.51

18 'KTh all Tchomale 1 yteJno ls.Nx hr-S o tr il
_____Senior Personalities day night, January the eighteenth, at (continued from page 1) 304. (a) On date of report the required legal reserve against
Jan. 11 Aucilla Monticello -8:15 in the elementary auditorium, Boy Scouts of America, will be the deposists reorthis bnk ws.41,691.9
l2Tallahassee Tallahassee This lively black-haired lass is one this dream play will be presented. principal speaker with Governor rbeAsetrveported abov whic were. eligibl as. legal.1,5,607

resrv aounedtoville.Monticell125960.7
15 Greenville Greenville of whom the senior class is proud. The cast will be; Millard F. Caldwell of Florida and
19 Perry Perry She is, as a whole, quite popular and Aunt Samanthy Simpkins Brigadier General W. H. Holcombe I, J. G. Anderson, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solely swear
23 Madison Monticello is well liked. Her admirable person- -Sue Hadsell Of Camp Gordon Johnston as honor (affirm) that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly
26 Greenville Monticello ality and her cooperative spirit make Serena Simpkins .Joyce Cooper guests, it was explained by Elw~rn represents the true state of the several matters herein contaid and set
30 Open her a value to our class. .Sophie Simpkins .-Bettilee Bird Thomas,, Justice of the Florida Su- forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Feb. 2 Perry Monticello She has a keen sense of humor, a Polly Paine.Beverly Snoddy preme Court and program chairman.
artMadison fact which makes her a lot of fun, Ani Ambrose.-Lillie Dean Daniels Two individuals in the council who Correct-Attest: J. G. ANDERSON, Cashier.
9 Madison Madison and which causes many persons to Blanch BowersBetty Ann LaVinka have rendered particular service to
13 Thomasville Thomasville admire her. Lucian Littlefield. Robert Linton Scouting are to be awarded the "Sil- T. L. CLARE
15-16-17 North Fla. Conference She is, moreover, one of those un- Blair Boswell.Hubert Clayton ver Beaver" as one of the meeting T. G,. BISHOP Directors.
Tournament at Madison derstanding souls who, no matter Frank Fairfield .Bill Anderson features. The recipients of the hon20 Open what tragedy one may experience, Lawrence Lovewell Donald VanCleef or will not be given advance notice, State of Florida, County of Jefferson, ss:
23 Greenville Monticello she knows and sympathizes with him. Buddy Baskins--.Loren Reichert Vantrease said. (SEAL) Sworn to and subscribed before me this Jan. 9, 1945, and I
27 Greenville Greenville She has to her credit a high acad- And when we say a comedy, we do The council supervises Scouting hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.
_________ _som__ei record and I am sure will be one mean a comedy! Youre sure to have activities in Dixie, Franklin, Jeffer- R. J. TAYLOR, Notary Public.
My commission expires May 12, 1945.
of our class who will soar to great a few splits in your sides between son, Gadsden, Leon, Liberty, Madison,
Senior News and Views heights. Aunt Samanthy, a cranky ole soul Lafayette, Taylor and Wakulla
Her present ambition is to belong who is running for mayor, her two ties in Florida, and Colquitt, Decatur,

eto that proud profession of which gentlemen friends, her two spinster Grady, Seminole and Thomas counTeiors Florence Nightingale attributed s friends, her nieces and maid's affairs ties in Georgia.
aren't progressing too well. We need much, and to top this some love powders get In addition to President Scafe and
some more of that cooperative we With the many fine traits She pos3- mixed in the wrong places. Executive Vantrease, council officials

effort is bein mad onoute thet partao
read about-concernig the Juniors. We know everyone will enjoy it, are: Raymond Bellamy, Tallahassee;

Widiferencey ersnie ison the b s ewl ueysced ~e
Whyessionth t ted. 0--- 0 everyone come out to the W V. W ahman, Moultrie; Harris Jefm y eIt is also my hope that whatever Juior Play, Jaiuary 18th. fersn, Cairoand G. Rodman Porter, STANDARD
With the exception of a very small may happen to her in her future life, There will also be a "matinee" at Apalachicola, vice presidents. Horace

"umbr, Anamly: Wellthenn sitaraonE nothing tragic enough ever happen to 2 P. M., of the same as the evening Curry, Quincy, treasurer. Halman
Mae, Violet, Ellinor and Ava Ruth, kill her sense of humor or cause her showing. Bell, W, F. Jacobs, G. E. Lewis and
the staff has about passed out of ex- to become hard and cynical.

eitin of avn on n theng Jeffecello.alahsse;th
isene ndhaen dneon tin. (Name printed in next issue). SlyRev. T. F. Calloway and Al Curry,
The ad committee in particular have Soothing Thomasville ;Abe Conger, Bainbridge;
seemingly quit. Not the least bit Of Dr. Frank Hewson, Chattahoochee;

efot gost pens aes.teato
efor i eig ae n heprtofE itrilDear Soothing Sally: Dr. W. F. Mathis, Moultrie; Judge
the ad solicitors to even have an an I am desperately in love with a Guy McClain, Mayo; Carl Minter,
nual. Continuing out thought concerning certain freshman boy who keeps the Cairo; Henry Weinberg, Quincy, and
Indifference personified is the best wholesome. recreation for the youth office second period. He seems to Henry S .Cohen, Moultrie, members expression suitable for the class, of our community, we wish each and notice me once in A

Stke andl Nell Whittl duin the.Lenr .esnTla
Maybe we won't have an annual, every student as well as all faculty other freshman girl is making eyes hassee commissioner. Payne H. MidWe who have talked so big about members and outsiders to read the fol- at him too!! Please give me some yette, Tallahassee, and W. J. Vereen, also
"Our Annual." Well, the situation lowing article. We qopite this from advice on what I can do to win him. Moultrie, members of the nationalLe t r
at this point is: we are in desperate the May 1944 Beta Club Journal I'm desperate, council. The following are the dis- COSSACK~ 7,954
need of ads to back up our 1945 which seems to carry out the thought FRANCES ys. strict chairmen: Elgin Bayless, Talla- Exchane
edition of the Jeffecello. perfectly.-Editor. Dear Frances H. hassee; Charles Brass, Apalachicola; Hvy, Interlocked Plate
If we don't have these ads, we will Wholesome Rection Prevents It seems to me that you could some- Norman James, Chattahoochee; S. M. C t Quality Separators

City ase ganust ofcus Miss Betty t e l asJuvenile Delinquency how manage to get down to the of Barnum, Moultrie; L. G. Morris, Mn- and up
not go to press. "Jane, what are you going to do fice second period to keep David R. ticello; J. H4. Kansinger, Perry; Floyd Blter Wuill, gie lopng,
tonight?" asked Ann. School was company. Then you would have him Searcy, Thomasville; D. M. Lafitte,abe Wilgv lo ,
over for the day and two girls were all to yourself-that is, unless some- Quincy; Harris Jefferson, Cairo; Aus- made of selected, imported economical service. Has ril0 0-Matlc covers and other
Socit on their way home, one else has the same idea. Well- tin Phillips, Bainbridge; and Ben Meino leather of luxurious features of more expensive
____"Oh, I don't know, Ann," answered such is life. Gross, Madison. quality. Buck tan color. batteries.

Jane "I'efsen hthhowhndlijutays-There have been two pupils added n
to our happy family, Edna Taylor and went bowling Monday for a change. Dear Soothing Sally Lois Henderson. I don't have many lessons tonight, Eugene B. is just the man of my vice Cou mnMiss Kathryn Maxwell of Thomas- either, but, of course, it's just my cheams-and so-o-o-o handsome, too. (continued from page 1)
luck not to have a single thing to do. But alas, Betty Neal is just about to a month's hospitalization in England yhlet wao Ne guet of goin Betty Guess I'll just roam around." nab him. How can I capture his he returned to his outfit in Germany
Cthrieymand Nlas Whtl uig the "Wouldn't it be nice,"' said Ann, "if heart? on November 5th, and is still taking
gohistm as holilays, someone here would suddenly realize A Red-Headed Freshman, part in the hard fighting that is goJonE G. Wlmras a that a lot of this juvenile delinquency Dear Red, ing on against the enemy.
aing throlidas that everyone is talking about could Your first step it to find out if he
MssC Caoy attoern student-o be prevented if good, wholesome en- has one. If so-just turn on your Curtis Waldo Harris has recently m.CWwsahoedrnChst tertainment were offered to young charms and your blue Chevrolet!-! been promoted by the U. S. Navy -. S AF E
Mbs people? I have quite a bit of spare from Baker 3/c, to Petty Officer 2/c.
iss arjoryeJnes ofrmPn a time, though I sometimes fail to real- He is serving aboard one of the large Crsri~
hMiss Betty ize it, and I can think of many ways
Stokley during the holidays, that I could spend it enjoyably and hiaspoabsciMs. Harfn theNayDuirg TRllS
Motwa l fot hofltowndteacherw profitably." daughter, Martha Lynn, are living
"Ann it surely would be nice if with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.

some rooms in town could be arrang- Harris.
DIRT ed as a club for boys and girls with _a hostess to take charge of the manPrivateaBiileygBrinsoneot LhetArm
aet tokesrtundTedalihyt A T R 1 IT i~

Dean, who was the boy friend Sun- agement. The. younger children could AirCopreundTsayigto
day nite--got a car, huh? How's have their fun in the afternoon and rSeymour, Alabama, after spending a V EApN
Tally ? ? ~~~the older ones atnight so as not to N A I EfrogheewthipansD.JL
Tallyp Editor-EmmalafPategWillie

Betty Ann, how's the Live Oak case conflict with school and other active
-any better than Don? ties. They could have a radio, a vic

lEvidently Aline and Virginia W. trola and some records-you knowLVESOKACON AL
wid a man. Mut be wonderful! own-to give a little music for listen-j v. BRING YOUR HOGS
Why is Claude worrying about ing pleasure or even dancing occasion- AND CATTE T
whether or not he's goin' to get a ally. One corner could be fixed up ANeeCATL TOmp gevc. aris1s
gol ? After all there is a man short- as a small library where we could MONTICELLO STOCK YARD
age. read books or magazines or write
Em, Ole gal, ya seem to have quite letters if we wanted to." every Monday, and get
few colds-this night air sure can "You're right, Jane. I can picture highest market prices. Sale
e rough! that all in one large room. And then,Ole Santa (or was it Santa?) in an adjoining room I'd like to see. JAN. 14-1U a
brought Em and Virginia a watch for aping-pong table, some other games Yards. J. M. Hakis Mgr FIRESTONE HOME & AUTO SUPPLIES
Christmas. jto be played in a little less space, and -RANIN & WILLIAMS, Owners MONTICELLO, FLORIDA