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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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C THEMON ITELLO NHE 11 HL

Gateway to FoloridaTHMOT CLO NWFORD


IHE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60, No. 28 MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY


"March of Dimes"I U of F Offers Loan of Lamont Club Has R. A. Gray is Guest Our Nomination For "Brownout" Rules

Hopes Foi Record Dumbarton Oaks Texts Demonstration of Speaker at Local Meanest Man Title Now In Effect Are
Gifts This Year Gainesville, Jan. 31-Citizens n- Electric Appliances Kiwanis Luncheon Jefferson County has a nominee for Fuel Saving Plan
G fsT i Ye interested in the Dumbarton Oaks Pro- maetmn"tte oetm
posals may secure the authoritative during the week a "March of Dimes" T
The "March of Dimes" campaign Department of State publication on The Lamont Home Demonstration R. D. Dickey and G. H. Blackmon, coin box disappeared from the Post The "brown out" rules ordered by for funds to fight infantile paralysis package library loan from the Gen- Club met with Mrs. R. J. Carroll, Sr., members of the Horticultural Depart- Office lobby. the federal government and put into
is reaching the last few days in Jef- I eral Extension Division of the Uni- Wednesday afternoon, January 24th, ment of the Florida Experiment Sta- Two coin boxes were placed on the effect in Jefferson county, as well ferson county and Julius Goldberg, 1 versity of Florida, Dean B. C. Riley with nineteen members and two visit- tion, Secretary of State R. A. Gray writing desks at the beginning of the as in other parts of the nation, yescampaign chairman of the local chap- announces. The pamphlet contains ors present. Mrs. W. C. Campbell, and Senator S. D. Clarke were guests drive. These were taken inside when terday, are a fuel saving measure and ter and T. L. Clarke, treasurer, are !the texts of the Dumbarton Oaks Pro- president, called the meeting to or- at the Kiwanis meeting on Wednes- the office closed for the day and ban electricity for seven types of hoping to make a record contribution posals, a Question and Answer Sum- der and introduced Mrs. Thompson of day. brought out again next morning. uses.
from the county this year. mary of the proposals, and a chart of the Westinghouse Electric Manufac- Jack Taylor reported on the inter- Someone took advantage of a J. W. Summit, manager of te Half of the funds raised are retain- the proposed United Nations Organ- turng company. state meeting held at Tallahasse last moment when no one was watching Florida Power and Light company
ed by the chapter for local work and ization. Mrs. Thompson gave a splendid Wednesday night, which was attend- and a well-filled box disappeared. here, is making every effort to acthe other half goes into the national Package library loans are for two talk on wiring homes efficiently so as ed by thirteen Kiwanians from Mon- Whoever it is has the unanimous quaint all electric consumers with the fund for continued research and for week periods, without cost except for to get the maximum service for the ticello. Hamilton Holt, national treas- vote of the county for the title of types of uses banned in the order so use when epidemics strike. Last year postage. minimum cost, and stressed the need urer of Kiwnis, was the speaker- 'meanest man." Since the box was that the new regulations will be unithere were 148 cases in the State of for plenty of outlets for electric ap- Richard Simpson introduced Judge stolen from the postoffice perhaps formly observed.
Florida, an increase of more than a pliances. Clarke, who in turn, introduced the some day the FBI or postal inspect- I Mr. Summitt lists these as the
hundred over the previous year, and A movie of the postwar appliances, Secretary of State, Hon. ors will give us the name of the clu- types of uses now banned:
even then the disease did not reach which will be on the market in 194? R. A. Gray who spoke on prt No use of electricity for outdoor
epidemic proportions here. was shown. The club enjoyed Mrs. Florida State Government. advertising and outdoor promotional
The local drive is being conducted Thompson's talk very much as she Mr. Gray said that he lighting, outdoor display lighting
through three mediums; coin boxes brings something new and instructive would have preferred to except where necessary for the conhave been placed in local stores and each time she visits the club. use the Kiwanis motto, "We Build." duct of business of outdoor establishbusiness establishments and custom- Accompanying Mrs. Thompson was Having been assigned state govern- ments, outdoor decorative and outers are urged to drop in some change Mrs. Marshall of Live Oak. They left ment as a subject, he elected to dis- door ornamental lighting, show wineach day; birthday cards with spaces [ l immediately for another appointment. cuss the trend toward greater cen- I dow lighting except where necessary
for 20 dimes each were distributed I The club then had its business ses- realization and mounting costs of frm marque
to the schoolchildren and may either sion. After the reading and approval government. lighting in excess of 60 watts for eac
lightmarquee s white wa teto l ign
be mailed by the schoolchild directly of the minutes of the last meeting, The speaker observed that until marquee, white way street lighting
to the President or turned in to the '4 Mrs. David Walker gave the report recently certain functions of govern- in excess of the amount determined
local drive; and individual contribu- from the county council. She also ment were purely local. Road con- by local public authority to be neetions are being made to the fund by distributed folders for the March of struction and maintenance were coun- essary for public safety, and outdoor
citizens of the town and county. Dimes campaign. ty jobs to which each man 18 to 45 Sign lighting with limited specified
Since it will be impossible to con- Mrs. J. B. Cooksey gave a treasur- gave a day's work each year and n exemptions.
tact every individual, the campaign er's report, which was so encouraging there was no road tax. In the course % The War Production Board will be
chairman urges everyone to send in .that the club immediately asked Mrs. of forty years 10,000 miles of road notified of all violations of the rea donation to the drive, either to I Cooksey to buy two more war bonds have been paved, 8,000 miles being strictins.
Julius Goldberg, chairman, or to T. Ifor the club. state roads, and the cost has increasL. Clarke, treasurer of the local chap- Year books for the year, except the ed to over $15,000,000 per year, said S
ter. subject for months after March, were Mr. Gray. nssue
Efforts were made to obtain an completed. Another example cited is the puborchestra for the birthday ball, but Mrs. Campbell asked for volunteer lic schools. "A teacher is a one-room O
these were not successful, so no DR. B. C. LAND, EVANGELIST leaders for 4-H Club work. Mrs. P. school received $15.00 a month. A
dance will be held this year. G. Roberts volunteered for beginners chart was the only purchased equip- EIVIN BJORNSTAD Ce11enni1l of Florlda
Dr. Land Conducts land Mrs. G. W. McDaniel for older ment. All furniture and other equipgirls. meant were made by hand. The statePostage stamps commemorating
Lamont School Is Revival Next W eek The lub enjoyed a social hour to- contribution (1 mill plus interest on noted Singer ere th 10th annversy of lorid's
To Fund ~gether after the meeting. Mrs. Car- scolbns oaldaotaqatrF rIetr ito the Union as a State, will
Generous To Fund roll, assisted by her co-hostess, Mrs. of a million dollars. Today teachers' acren be issued by the Postoffice Depart_____ At ~avary Baptist V. K. Watson, served delicious sand- pay is up; also buildings and equip- meant in March, Philip S. May, JackThe Lamont school is the first of wiches, cookies and coffee. ment cost far more. The state now On Sunday sonville attorney and president of
the county schools to send in its con- Beginning Sunday, February 4th, The club will meet at the home of contributes more than $12,000,000. Morning the Florida Historical Society, antribution to the March of Dimes cam- the Calvary Baptist Church, Monti- Mrs. W. H. Walker in February. This' "No one wants to go back to the bouncedd yesterday.
paign. The thirty pupils enrolled cello, will have a series of special is the month for plant exchange, apd old order; there is no cause for criti- A sacred concert by Eivin Bjorn- sid ere d lg
there turned in $20.00 in dimes early services under the leadership of Dr. members plan to use trees, eitlier cism." stad, of Oslo, Norway, a lyric, dra- I May said he received a telegram
this week to Julius Goldberg, cam- B. C. Land, of Live Oak, Florida. fruit or ornamentals, for the ex- Mr. Gray went on to say that Jef- matic tenor, will be presented at the Yesterday from Sen. Charles 0. Anpaign chairman. Dr. Land is director of evangelism, change this year. ferson County had come to be known 11:30 services Sunday morning, Feb- the stamps, and stating that the first
This is an average of nearly 6.8 enlistment and stewardship of the als--- for the high type of its publicdoffi- ruary 4th at the First Presbyterian ones would bestold at the Tallahassee
dimes per pupil. If every school pupil State Board of Missions of the Flor- dlais. A recent Gallup poll asked the Church, Monticello. Ostofdce o d arc he laase
in Jefferson county should make such ida Baptist Convention, and is a very Agriculture The question, "Would you"w t y With a lovely natural voice which "It was March 3, 1845," said May,
a generous contribution to the fund able preacher of the gospel. to enter politics as his life work?" has been trained by the greatest mas- "When President Tyler signed the
it would swell the county's share in Calvary Church considers isf OV W Twent erent:repliede"yes" ss of our a dMrnBjrnstd hse- act admitting Florida into the Union,
this worth-while undertaking to im-! fortunate in securing the services of 'Con er ato W~~,IU vaj while the rest answered in the nega- Ifused opera anid concert engagementsacaditnFlraitoheUo, pressive proportions. this splendid preacher, and invites tive because it offers no future. Yet, in order to continue with the sacred and it will be fitting for the first
presiveproortons members of other churches and (by R. E. Clark) concluded the speaker, we need good concerts which he is presenting in stamps Of this series to be old at
friends to share this revival meeting. How were you fixed for hay this men in public office. churches over the nation. the Capital."
Move nto N w Hom i Itwas anouned tht theMusic Critis hae beThentFlorida inHistooridcalst SocietyietMay
MiOVe ItO NeW HOme Services are at 8 o'clock each eve- winter? Personally, I found hay not It waseannouncedethat th Crit ave been chus i
___ning during the week, and a cordial Committee would meet at the Court their praise of the tone quality of said, suggested to the Florida deleg tu ri s extended to the public only scarce, but exceedingly high in House on Monday at 8 P. M. his voice and his dramatic presenta- nation in Congress that stamps should Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hawkins this n. price. tion and ministers in whose churches be issued to commemorate the occaweek moved into their new home, to attend My personal problem was just hay he has sung have commended his sion. The society also submitted sevwhich they purchased several months for one milch cow. BOY, how I did Mrs. Brink Attends ministry in song as "unique and dif- eral designs, but May was not advisago. The house, know as the Bowen blomans Club To Meet wish I had had an acre of kudzu ferent, wholesome and deeply spirit- ed what design would appear on the
home, has been completely remodeled from which I could have put up from State Board Meeting ual." His voice has been compared stamp.
inside with new hardwood floors, The Womans Club will hold its 1 to 3 tons of really top class hay In Jacksonville Friday to Caruso's. "We are very pleaed," he said,
plastered wlsnnwecr i regular meeting at the club house last fall. Mr. Bjornstad will Conduct the en- "with the action taken by the PostTue thruehou, Tuesday, February 6th, at 4 p. m. C. B. Routt, of Aucilla, cut and! tire morning service at the Presbyter- office Department and for the assistThe floor plan of the house, which Mr. Jacobs of the Florida Forest baled several tons of kudzu ay on Mrs. F. A. Brink, director of Dis- ian Church and will be here for the
contains living room, sun porch, din- and Park Service, will be the guest the A. A. Bishop farm last summer trict II of the Florida Federation of one service only. dance we received from the Florid
ing room, kitchen, three bedrooms speaker. This is an open meeting and fall. He had plenty of hay to Garden Clubs, attended the board Miss Jeanette Thorpe of Madison
and two baths, was left unchanged and the public is Cordially invited to carry his stock thru the Winter and meeting held on Friday night in the will serve as Mr. Bjornstad's accomn charm of the original dwel- attend. some to sell besides. Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville. Amongpanist.
ling temis .the items of business were the proThe property is located on Bloomer A special invitation is made to John Kelly probably has the larg- gram of the projected camp for lead- '
streetCub membe or. the obMontcllo ade estaraeoxuzui h ony ers in nature study and conservation Se ao n rws I
_Club, since Mr. Jacobs' talk and ex- John puts up enough hay to feed his to be conducted this summer and the Dr. F. A. Brink, Director
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID hibit will be of special interest to stock thru the winter every year, and annual meeting. In Important Post MANPOWER SHORTAGE
ISYOURSUGarden Club members. he is planting more kudzu every win- The members of the board were
ter. entertained at breakfast on Saturday
Hans Sorenson feeds his dairy herd after which they visited several of Washington, Jan. 31. Senator The county Health Unit has defiSon kudzu hay, raised right at home the larger gardens in Riverside. They Charles 0. Andrews has been made nicely been struck by the demand for ferson ounty oys an and woldn't e withut it.were aforchairmanpprofntheofSenatermCommitteeenaworkerstteinogovernnmentalmet andaindudu@S lInteresting item s of Jef- and w ouldn't be w ithout it. w r f o d d t e o p r u iy o n E r le il y t e S n t t e ti l fe d T e r s g ai n o h
person County Boys and Jim Lacy has a good start in kud- viewing the camellia show at the'Girlszu and cut hay from it this year. Jimhon- secretary to accept a position where has one 40 of steep rather badly erod- for Florida's senior senator and the pay is higher, leaves us With a
__________has one 4 of steepratbei bdly erod-ed to the public. During the show, atet totersetad1feto'eyobiu adcp
eladwhich is too steep for row the board members Were honored atatestoherpctndfetinvyobouhnia.
Lieutenant Pat Millinor who has it. Another time when camped be-crops. It has a good heavy red soil, Health Unit, last week assumed her in which he is held by his colleagues. N the field of sanitation, the loss
bensatoe n oten lsa tenamuiinan uldumps ideal for kudzu and Jim plans to a tea, I addition to the chairmanship, Sen- of a staff member by death has made
been stationed in Southern Alaska, tween ammunition and fuel atrAdesdsammeuomhpmsi eesr t mlya e fie
has returned to active duty after they endured a period of fireworks
spending a furlough here and in M ad andn sh llir after a0 bombs hit the am -A d e s i e b r f t e ;n t n c s a y o e p o e f i e
spndnga urouh eme ndinMa- and shelf ire after a bomb hit the am- He knows what it takes to raise good portant Naval Affairs Committee, who, despite the fact that he is new
ison with his family. munition. After the breakthrough cattl;plenty of good pasture and hay New Clerk at Office 'Judiciary, Immigration, Rules, Public in the community, is going ahead
-Vat St. Lo on July 25 the trucks raced ildings and Grounds, and Public with his work with interest and vigor.
Pfc. Henry T. Lindsey is a member after General Patton's armored col- set for a real livestock program. Of BoardLands and Surveys committees. He The public health nursing program
of a bulk tank truck company whose un ihtefe oke hmg-Ii
feat in hauling gasoline and o se ue e Thee isn't a farmer in Jefferson member of more committees than has been stepped p by the addition
i- ing. They often stopped alongside county but what needs some hay from Mrs. Dick Hughes, formerly asso- any other senator. of a second nurse.
plies to the very front lines of the armor with empty gas tanks and November to Februiary, even if he ciated with the Jefferson County As observed by Dr. Henry Hanson,
fighting iti Europe is winning the ac- made direct "transfusions."
claimGerman fighters strafed and bomb- only has one cow and one ule. Kud- Health Unit, last wee passed her o will supply this need at the rate of new duties as clerk in the office of FSC Is 2nd Largest meant, the health personnel is carryHauling 125 million gallons of mo- ed the roads at night and forced the from one to three tons of hay per the Jefferson County Ration Board. ing on efficiently in spite of handitor and aviation gasoline to embat convoys to pull over to the sides for acre, and there isn't a better, more Mis. Hughes is assistant to F. W. State WVomans College capls incident to the war. There is units thrugh artillery fire, enemysaey Wihpedodlvrya
ulnts thrug atilery fi eenem safuret Wihsee fdlieya nutritious hay grown. it will grow Carroll, chief clerk. The office 1l-- however, a definite need for even
planes and snipers has been the jobe they on those slopes too steep for row coated in the Henry Lumber company Tallahassee, Jan. 31-Accrding to greater study and thought d co-opof these men since June 26,-D plus went through town still burning from crops and save the land from wash- building, is open to the public from the latest comparison of figures, eratmon on the part of the public. San20. bombings and shelling. Several con- ing vhile it furnishes you with the 10 till 1 and from 2 till 5 every day Florida State College for Women is itation, communicable disease control,
Travelling between 10 and 750 voys narrowly missed disaster by hay you need, except Sunday. the second largest state woman's nutrition, personal hygiene, practicalmiles one way to make their deliver- luckily unloading and leaving before Getting a Stand of kudzu isn't just college in America, and has been ly all health measures, in fact, depend
ies, the drivers of the 2000 gallon the arrival of bombers. case of sticking a few plants in the since 1942. very largely on the individual or the
tankers with trailer tanks of equal One convoy carrying a load of l- ground amd forgetting them. Proper R Visits In North Carolina State College for family group. The Health Departcapacity behind are the last link be- ctane imotor gas drove tbru a town preparation of the ground, fertiliza- Monticello Thursday Women, Which was formerly larger, meant has certain functions, chief
tween combat units and sources of that was burning. The drivers went tion and particularly care in setting has now dropped behind,, and Texas among them is giving information.
suppy. urrntl driingfro th thoughthetow depit theblae, he rows ar al esental.State College for Women is the only There will be no let down in our
suply Currpielnl rvn mte torydms hroyg thme townh despith blate the ons are lessetil Cultiva- RselKyofteFlorida Clip- state-supported woman's college in diligence, hut to get the most from
ted ofreaupipeline tow air dmshemi thngro a lte one year, until alongside
ther trnuos if nw dffrsfro sde o thirtakswere so hot they stand is established, is also necessary, pig Service, Tampa, was a visitor in the country which exceeds FSCW in your health service, you may find it the unsettled, uncertain existence of could not hold their hands onl them'. but once established fertilization aid M onticel Thrday, while on a busi- 'enrollment. The figures show also necessary to come to the office more the first months of fighting. Many of the men of these compan- occasional disking to help hold down ness trip through the state. Russell that Florida State College for Women ofter rather than expect all the serIn the early phases of the assault, leis landed in England more than 2 briers is about all that will he requir- is Secretary of the Florida Press As- has made a substantial gain on TSCW vices to he hirought to your door. We according to releases now possible years ago amid were members of the ed to insure a hay crop. sociatioii, now serving his thirteenth during the past three years. have regular hours for being in the
concerning their activities, the driv- first tuck companies there. They Choose good heavy land for your year in that capacity, and is well The total enrollment for this year office. Every morning from 8:30 to
ers were under constant all- attack. Iare taking on France, Belgiunm, Hot- kudzu. Don't risk disappointment by known over the state. lat FSCW will have exceeded 2400 9:00 and all Saturday forenoon you
Once the unit left a bivouac area just land and Germany in their daily haul- planting in sand He was accompanied by Jack Moi- when registration for the second will find the office open and somean hour before enemy planes bombed ing of gasoline, to do well there. ahan, of Tallahassee. semester is completed. one ready to be of serve.





The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla., Friday, February 2, 1945


Troops Continue to Sail From U. S Ports CLASSIFIED





STOR BEENDAMNTGOERY
4,l ~1 AGENTS WANTED



BRADLEYATED COMeryAommuStyIFt
ThrW c backgrond

i rural ad cit t B lin of household
toeommandtwoeeighbos. Our line I
clud such care its as cheese and undry soap Liberal commission. General
Washington, D. ch Lint From a Blue Serge Suit Products Company Albany, Georgia.
Mr. I. Hoffman (the New York
GnTORY BEHIND MONTGOMERYawarded the bronz starwoo byotr wdsBruh o ai
BRADLEYCOMMAND SHIFT hl t recalled the most costly comma There is significant background U S history. . Many years ago
Behind the appointment of British
s ao h b .he log cabin is not native to e s e a t:o be admitted free. One item was America and it was unknown to
to command two American armies, our earliest colonists, such as
thereby taking away most of the wa r 1k f h B oJw n







chief oppse theu trasfe toelcdtetoeatJmsonadPy
command of Lieut. Gen. Omar N. wit a cles ce re.lacued ehyhe
Bradley. There are also interesting mouth. This type of construction
Swas introduced by the Swedes
easconhunh t fw k s the huffe gWho founded their first settlement
hus-huh mttr fom heAme-mttd othe U.porS. fret o duty ad here in 1638 on a site that is now








backe to the lanin in freeinduy.
can public. It cost the government an esti- a part of Wilmington, Del.
General Bradley has now been mated million dollars plus.
awarded the bronze star by
Eisenhower and congratulated -A cnrt xml fjunls








of sChurl in ae type ofin of-ee xmleo ounls
etic jiu-jitsu (being thrown for the tocount) was the story which said that Le
Ninth armies. The idea that DikMrlthfaetantacom e y p d nor fo tnprasfe o m bec wiped he fme ra s tl
ey m re tic flier, had broken another record




e s o n ied-flying from Seattle to Washington


Despite these maneuvers it is SE



either coul d e th r r w u d epo t reako r a d th e in ts
oyhe story was wired from the Cap reat that, highest U. S. war
chiefs opposed the transfer to llne g te wer ics Rtna
Montgomery and that it was put Left: A troopship at sea. No room for deck chairs on this one-time luxury liner which sailed from a New Dengtltrw rbe iks Rrebrtoewneflvgtbe


across by General Eisenhower rork port. Upper center: Every inch of space is Mtolized Here is a small section of one Compartment paw and shook it hard as we con- you grew last summer-so chock-full of
anyway. aboard a U. S. army transport, after it was loaded at the New York port. Rht: Red Cross workers, al gratulated him . . .I don't know goodness and mouth-watering flavor?

anywy.what it's about," an Ste b Background of the reshuffle goes wyonhand, waegoodbye to troops aanarmy transport begins its ovresvoyage from Boston hem snfo fia. How joust Boetr ma n plai nowai ton
back to the landing in Normandy ung a story that never happened plant Ferry's Seeds for best and surest
last summer when Montgomery was Handling
lice Cat n ca of the old China Your favorite store carries a wide asfurorle an the Btish hatoug theerbe rs fth l hn
Bradley wiati soht e Che g Clipper at Trinidad reminded us of stment. Have a better garden with
ftde rehac he his o jeatie asa jerry's Seeds.
o ethe flight we made from Natal to the pensive fighting, in which U. S U. S. . The Boeing circled over FERRYtroops did not wait for supplies to Port of Spain for more than an hour
come up nor for snipers to he wiped ~ ~ ~ i tnw erefrtemanDERT31 SNFACCO2
charge of the field lights to wake Montgomery, using more conserv- up-and turn them on. The law
ative, slow-moving, old-fashioned tac- there at the time, it appears, protics, sat with his army at Caen and hibited plane landings at night. . .
either could not or would not break .When the China Clipper crashed it
S e u was the first time Trinidad permit
g i n t s ce ted planes to land at night.
and until Bradley, ignoring Montgomery, smashed the Nazi lines to














ly followingetheuGerman break-icdrss
the south and started the lightning The author of "Argentine Diary" gand liniment for 98 years-Hanford'.
dash to Paris. (Ray Josephs) has an exciting re- BALSAM OF MYRRH It contains
First port in Cosmopolitan. It is the first mthinesumtolievethesorenessnd
'Montgomery Demoted.' eache of over-used and tried muscles.
Al- full-length at on Evita (Little TaEses the sting and itch out of burns















frwaro, the didr an grjob
Eva) Duarte, the girl W nthe gvds, insect bits ak ad ivy poin
















faried tosmake thet grade a bhn
ci soColonels' clique in Argentina." lg, wind and sun br, chafing and
being promoted to the rank of full We wrote about her activities here chapped sikin. Its antiseptic action lesscomman ofe the two Americanhneerth
general and would supersede Montasmry a Teene flight and howe e . ls Jn-h is tr oaper sr sctU rkn
igmery.fTheaSarsy andwstripes, bhe-. in the U. S. about her influence in Kreep, a bottle handy for the minor


















thealie trnse oftcommands wasey.A
gop eArgentina. Little Eva, we said,
st a w your druggist-trial size bottle 351;
stor natural as rue Bu pu- ~a one-time playboys' gal-pal, worked h.usehold ese 650; economy sine $1.25.
lication in London caused such a I r*04_ 4 %_ herself up, colonel by colonel, to a G. C. HANFORD MFG. CO. SWraUs, N. Y.


















twro weesond noeBrtievenhal of aecolo
S o ng e ti top spot in the leading Fascist reBritish broadcasting company went ow gime in the Americas. JoseIs
on the air with an emphatic denial



















Alson itec is aale signiican facttha
After that the shift of armies was en Girl," and you'll know why when
held up for a while, until Mont- story, he tells



















not~yo bea remve by Rosvl withgoery could be made a Field Mar- us, was inspired by the i here
shal to appease both him and Brit about her, and that is why the ediish public opinion. Bradley then took g 5i t bogti.Tw marmve _____________orn oimn no realized bymian.r ogti. Tomjrmv
studios are interested, too, reports armies under Eisenhower, and V-mail handling has become one of the best organized and most important branches of the service. Lower, the author.Thsaclm r
Montgomery was left only with the V mdail combat film exchange. Upper left, temporary sending station in the field. Center, outgoing item has bloe. .Tuacomnr AGENTS WA TED!
two British and Canadian armies in V-mail casing operation. Upper right, loading V-mail gear at Pearl Harbor. Wherever Uncle Sam's boys Holland and Belgium. are to be found, V-mail will reach them. Officials urge more extensive use of this service. Things like this are making X
Since then Monty has been waitIng for his chance to stage a comeback. His friends of the British enpress-of whom he has many-have Old Story in Warring Belgium '40 Men, 8 Horses' .specTe gent an Wahingiton.
eral ntes eSoi e Sec'y of Interior Ickes and hisPeyton
March, staff to meet with the State
ly following the German break


















Persuhn als ent Gresn Clarenel tapiat inr
ro ears sn eMr. Ickes was asked to make
bower to give him the American

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(right), after the American armies have repelled the attack of the Nazis. by these box cars in World War flamed bronchial mucous mem
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March, U. S. chief of staff, were tipfromafelloww e quickly allays the cough or you are
hardly on speaking terms. General hours later and said it was a mis- to have your money back.
Pershing also sent Gen. Clarence take, demanding it back. He. gave
Ransom Edwards of Boston, hero INavy's Leading Hel a Pilots Speed on ice he $1 instead. Not a bad tip, at cedtheULhIyphe
of New England, home from France that. . Havana is "dead"-prac- forCoughs, Chest Cols, Broncaitos
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ard's New York World-Telegram, liavy's two highest scoring Hellcat pilots. L. to R., Cosmdr. David poio, No. 11, of Boston Bruins, out.' thle Draft-But IA in Blood Dona- At all drug tore.
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is releasing a series revealing the McCampbell, Los Angeles, and Lt. Cecil E. Harris, Cresbard, South skates Butch McDonald of Black tions!" . Phil Brito's description
highest U. S. army posts have been Dakota. McCampbell destroyed 34 Jap planes in the ai, and Lieutenant Hawks during game at Chicago of a phony: "He is bothered more
taken over by communists. This Harris shot down 24 enemy aircraft. The Chicago Black Hawks won. by your success than by his own
Will be news to Joe Stalin. Failuree"






The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, February 2, 1945



WHY QUINTURLETSKUIOMITRAINLUSH D
always do this for _HO


Sw~ SCHOOL Lesson HITS~
CHEST COLDS!OG FWR
To roptl Rliee ougin .U RELESEBY HAROLD L LNDQUIST, D. D. With bottle brushes scarce, use
To Promptly Relieve Coughing
Sore Throat and Aching Muscles THE STORY THUS FAR: Zone Corey, to know! Where are Mr. Stromberg that you are an unusually clear- Of T M B si o C
Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold- Who is in love with Paul Duncan, Agrees and Mr. Planning minded, judcious young woman. He Released by Wetern Newspaper Unio. bottles. It does the job well.
their chests, throats and backsarerubbed to help edit the memoirs of his grand. "In Honolulu-in custody," Steve is, for example determined to keep with Musterole. Powerfully soothing- father, Admiral Duncan. Aboard ship When discarding worn bath towMusterole not only promptly relieves hound for Hawaii she Is thrown over. answered. "I saw them a couple my brother in the doghouse for cer- Lesson for February 4 els, save the best parts and use
cogh, or hrat ahnchest muscles or yeeyaens u srsud of days ago. They are still a little tamn careless things he said on the____coughs, sore throat, achn chest musclesens bt srecud
due to colds-but ALso helps break up Ater landing at Oahu, Paul and Zone bitter at the way you outsmarted historic night of the dinner party." or making washcloths or bath
congestion in upper bronchial tract, nose
and throat.Wonderfulforgroon-upstool overhear Paul's brother, Steve, with them on one point after another all "Where he belongs]" the admiral elected and copyrighted by International mitts.
whom Zonle is infatuated, plotting against nih ogand held them until the said belgrnl.Council of Religious Education; used by In 3 the U. S. with Lanning. Believing Steve U. S. Navy arrived. But they be- "Well," said Steve, "I argue that priso.Sm ye fatfca lwr
Strengths to be in danger, Zonhe tries to rescue him, lieve in putting credit where it be- the admiral was throwing his weight JESUS' CONCERN FOR ALL may be renewed by placing them
0but is captured by Lanning and driven log.Te-dieyutee-arudtofel hnh rge over steam for a few minutes.
into the mountains, She Is told she must lons. They admie ofyou trement- aoudto feree l o whenue draggte LSO ETMthw :.91.1die. Pierre arrives at the cabin and dosyghysoeooo ofa-Pu u ee lo ru htte LSO ETMthw1:,91,1.6
wants Zonle killed. He claims that Steve teringly that my ears burned for admiral is making a pest of him Sell GOLDEN TEXT-Therefore all thing A small vegetable brush is an' Is dead. Stromberg, another spy, ar- you. in popping in on all his grandchil- to you. do ye even so to them: for this is effectivetolwe usn pat
rives; and Zonec tries to hold the group "What will happen to them?" dren the way he does and trying to the law and the prophets.-Matthew 7:12. and varnish remover, especially ASS S uNSntil help arrives. Steve shrugged, "The case is out run their lives." on carved surfaces.
'441,11111 WORLD'S GEST SELLER AT III$ of my hands and I can now return "But it's good for them" the ad- What is a man worth? Well, say -oCHIAPTERXIX to my job at Pearl Harbor. I do miral cried. "It keeps them on we, that depends, and then wea are If an enamel pan boils dry, do
not like Naval Intelligence and I their toes!" prone to undervalue him. Jesus had not plunge it from the hot range
dorhope I will never be assigned to it "One moment, Admiral," Steve (and taught) a high regard for the into cold water. Let it cool first,
She staggered out of the said firmly. "Court is now in ses- inherent value of man. He saw pos- then soak before washing.
Which the three struggling men had "There is one thing I am very sion and you are out of order." sibilities in all men. He had a love________________*. crashed open. She crossed a li ttle curious to know," Zonie said. "Does The admiral's white hair stirred in for them. He was concerned about
porch and walked down a step into this magical radio device that all the soft sea breeze. His china-blue their welfare, and they responded the yard. She stopped beside a this excitement was about-this JY- eyes were glowing with determina- by an interest in Him.
stunted tree. 419-really exist?" tion. His jaw was more prominent Jesus showed by His dealings with
0 0~-- Pierre was standing less than a "That," Steve gently answered, "I than usual, men how wrong are most of the






)ad"adhl o fee brgh yadaaand h wofgtn
men. Tha evrwa s rmth w raied. Hecnsider a military secret not to be "Now, look here, my dear-"2 he standards and attitudes of the world.





Ome. Eovis the wonderfu sen
was waiting his chance to shoot entrusted to the mercy of an inno- began with his amazing vigor. With Him there were:
s t cent young girl." "It's no use, Admiral," Zone said. 1. No Social Barrier (vv. 1, 9,10).






tin in presripion totin makero the- mediyrerell
eing. mIb will try," Zone said, "to blush "If you really want my opinion- The caste system of some lands,
take.maidenly modest shame for Steve is right." cong poen sc
asking the question. There's anoth- "But Paul needs a lesson!" the which separate men and hinder fl00 saying, "Hold your breath when you er thing that's, puzzled me. I'm admiral shrilled. "He needs the lowshpdosnteitnoula.
0pultl the trigger." She drew a deep ad f
tabreath. The air was cool and sweet granting, of course, that you are healthy, wholesome kind of outdoor Yet in practice, we have such 1evWHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel bright." work he'll get on a plantation. Fur- els chlehich are a formidable barrier
CIunk as the dickens, brings on stomach Cheeaasmn f ot
upset, sour taste, gassy disc "Next to being a genius," Steve thermore-" e thinking of many (perhaps
tak D. aldel'sfa ousmdcne Seaie hepsola ier said, "comes the ability to recognize "Admiral," Zonie stopped him, most) people.ofo ba- EL ZN S
to quickly pull the trigger on lazy "4in- head. She held the trigger back ." "you don't Understand Paul. He be- Jesus knew nothing ofscialba-L Z N E
mards and help you feel bright and Th xlsosams ikdte "The historic night I met you in longs where books are. Let him go riers. He ignored them and went


















vper Satuday Bumneogieteinirana1gintsoh
chppr.CagaEin. eodrAe. itl u fhrhn h the rain by the trash basket, you back to Elleryton." straight to the oein need.I u : Millions use F & F Lozenges to:

















11:0 A.DEL' M., e w.eru T. pitlotfhehad.Btsed Iou
laxtie onaieaingoo od yrp idno one lik.Pirr sunthought for a moment that I was "And lose you?" the admiral lesson it was a marl of posito an inv, comortinreat5mnt Bothat:
Peina omk tB ayt ae Anna Boland," yelped, wealth who was an outcast among reacsfotin teatmen Fort *
PepsN DOTOR se soesn totaebu.Tervlvrdopdfo "Well?" said Steve. "But I'm staying here to help YOU his people because he was a hated coughs, throatirritationsorhoarse.
INYDCOSueppiprpr. his hand. He pitched forward into "Ltrwhnteamaldced ihyorbk.
tionsIn prescriptions tomake themiedi. "Laer whntemdiaudcdddihyurbo. gatherer of taxes for Rome. nessresulting from colds orsmonkine,
ciae more palatable and agreeabl to th uto take me along, you must have "But you're marrying Paul!" Jesus saw in him a man of faith :Soothe with F &F. Box, only l0t.
take. So be sure your laxative is can. One of Steve's muddy fists struck realized that my presence might Zorie looked quickly from his and a useful witness for Him. .'.



ta0en i.n yn Pes. Mr. Wann i s
CTION. ve ny ashirecloe pito sipdotfheh and ideyuAutHna',Iridoth ohrngtwerecmley astonishment of His critics, went in M fU
CAUTISsh Ueolasdrtepsto n s ippe otofher hand look at it as my war-muddled friends wrong for each other. Our engage- to a great feast where mrany suchII
DRsl hen Satewnsinteamud, rubigwould look at it. I reasoned that ment is broken. In fact, Paul broke men were gathered. -IIA T"ONIC 25
flA?~yuuyv'n voie sad Bbw it" they knew Anna Boland had been it himself." He ate with publicans and sinners,_____________She acts hrads 't her fa shot in Berlin, that it would be very "This," Steve said lazily, "is very not because He approved of their
SENN SAAT She felt sick ands cofued. Haer easy to check up on you, and that interesting. I don't know when I've 'manner of life, but because He want-I
h t ease painful bladdw irH they would realize that, if I were heard anything so interesting." ed to change it as He changed them.
SEONAND' 1 AE~ff11 ~TfI whd Stdevee wse toint double-crossing them, I wouldn't be "Our ten minutes are up," said I.N ero rtcs v.1-3. S A P A T
CAED I pain, trying to dumb enough to associate openly the admiral. Man uar inie and noble impul
her up, but she was too weak towith Anna Boland will you "Admiral," said Steve, willl you Mn akid nd obempleABOUT
help. please tell me ak ing k l lt nsg has died a-horning because of the
SWAMP ROOT for hen tm t I've re- of ciis "Wha will people
Steveheatuherfdowdlisagcaalong that thesis on the re-tooling of to have five minutes alone with her sat ha pt m aista
the little porch. She saw him at- the Waiffenfabrik Krupp plant? I patient?" sy"sen to yaChita
tending to Mr. Planning. Steve had honestly think it was that harmless "She won't like it," said the adi fro soine
found some pieces of rope. He piece of literature that tipped the miral. ph ysor er so
tied Mr. Lanning's hands together, scales." "She will love it" Zonie assured "The world is too much with us-"
then he tied his ankles together, just "Your granather" Zone an- him and we all too often guide our lives
as Mr. Lanning had tied hers, in the swered, "was standing over me The admiral trotted out. Steve and service by the possible reaction Every gas mask issued by the
garage at Uluwehi. And she won- we may receive from those round U. S. Army contains rn














feeling unofral symptoms ofwr rigt uldacararostel ls onso ubr
dered what, after all he'd been catch a plane. Remember? I that it was close to Zone's and fac- about us. We did not learn such an
-through, wag keeping Steve alive, grabbed everything in sight. I hap- ing her. He sat down, bent for- attitude from Jesus. Even now, with the rubber situation
She heard Steve talking, in his pened to grab that." ward, and looked at her. His blue His answer to His critics made improved, it is important that car
strange, throaty voice to Basil "But why had you saved it?" eyes were very serious. He took it clear that there will be no self- owners hove their tires recapped
Stromberg. She heard Steve say he "You wouldn't understand," Zoe her hands, righteous, "good enough" people In time. In tine means when the
was sorry he had shot Mr. Strom- answered. "Only a girl who has Zonie's heart was beating rapidly, in heaven. The Lord is not even trad Is worn smooth, but before
berg in the shoulder. copied dozens of theses and knows She was reasonably certain that, in calling them, so long as they trust the fabric shows
IT intended," Steve said, "to shoot how badly most engineers spell and a very short time, she would be in in their own goodness. He came to It is expected by Industry On your nfe y. B. C. sKi'n you in the head" punctuate would understand . this man's arms. Something in his seek and to save sinners (v. 13, and authorities that the early
very Saturday morning She heard other voices, and There is another question, Steve manner made it seem imminent. Luke 19:10). post-war period will bring a
11:00 A. MII E. W. T. thought she was imagining them- Pierre-I" She recalled a night on the Pacific We, too, may go forward without demand for from 16,000 to
WISE wsoc WFBEC the sharp, thin voice of the admiral, "I am so sorry," Steve gravely when she had stood beside Steve at fear of our critics. That doesn't 40,000 long tons of rubber
medi cine and the excited voice of Paul. It stopped her, "to have to tell you the rail and watched the moon come mean that we "don't care what peo- for the production of latex
10:0 A.M M.AP C W. T.F was, Zonle decided a moment be- that that gallant fellow died of lead up. Amber had crossed the deck ple think" about us. We ouh o foam sponge used in cushions
and said, in her assured way, care, but if their opinion is based
S conscious, very ironical. She had During these long white nights, I"Steve! When are you going to ask on unbelief and self-righteousness, nature and mattresses.
_______________________ tried so desperately to detain Mr. she had wondered so often if Pierre me for a dance?" it should certainly not deter us from
Stromberg until Paul and the ad- had died. Now that she knew, she At that time, as Zoe recalled it, our all-important business of Soula ou S r miral arrived. And here they were! could face it as a moral issue. She, she had reflected with bitterness that winning.
1,Zone Corey, had deliberately shot she wouldn't have the courage to ask Sn. No Limitation of Time and
*acts fast on the kidneys The days were difficult, especially and killed a man! But now that she a man to dance with her if she lived Place (vv. 18-22).
the first ones, but it was the nights knew, she experienced no sense of to be a hundred. Often the help of man to those in
ato ease painful bladder irritation that Zone really dreaded. Every guilt. The fact was chilling, but it "Steve," she said, "I love you. I need is circumscribed by so many caused by excess acidity in the urine night, even with her bedside lamp left her with no regrets, wonder f you love me." regulations that those who most deThosadsarethnkngDR.KIME'S on, all the things she wanted to for- "If you don't mind," Steve was "Zonie," Steve answered, bending serve help cannot get it. There are
hSWAM. ROor heing them to MRe- get kept coming back and living saying, "there are some things my closer, "I have been in love with you times and places for application
SWAP ROT or elpng hemto e- themselves all over again, so. that, grandfather wants to consult you from the night I met You in the forms, and tests must be completed,
sightss. For this pure herbal medicine, in spite of sleeping capsules, she about." rain." etcDobtes mch f hi ined
originally created by a practising physit
ci acts quickly to increase the flow of coldnorsee. Th Bo?"Zoeeskd.Zoesoau.tStve"whesad
urine .helps relieve backache, run-down A morning came when Zonie felt "No. The admiral has somehow "if there is anything I can say or do ed, urt e wonder ies heth-t feeling, uncomfortable symptoms of
bladder irritation, SWAMP ROOT is a amazingly better. She had had a acquired the notion-perhaps from to encourage you, don't hesitate to ersapour chriaber imulsstave not scientific preparation. A combination of godngt aryfree from ditr-the recent front pg.halnsin ask for my co-isppardendratmunaioon."
carefully blended herbs, roots, vegetables, red tape.
basts. Absolutely thing hash or ig images. She ate a big break- which you have figured so prettily- [THE END]
habit.! arming when you use Dr. Kimer's fast and she asked the nurse if she Be___that____as__it___may,___how___interesting_________medicine. Just good ingredients that act couldn't get dressed and sit out in
L.at to bring you new comot tist e ha eu ettene
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! the sunlight on the little lanai that when and where it appeared. He _______________Like thousands of others you'll he glad
that You did. Send name ad address to her bedroom.
Department C, Kilmer & Co., Inc., BoHCnIseaoepope"Zn when the sick woman touched His Buy War Savings Bonds
1255, Stamford, Coon. Offer limited. Send "CnIsesm epe"Zrerobe. He was not too busy nor too ________________alt onc e. All druggists sell Swamp Root, asked. "I would love to see some /pecuidt tpadgv e
___________________ people." wrdofpe hel tp and ofotive 22).a
"What people would you love to wor Is thee no mifict lesso 22).
see?" her nurse asked.' Is thr.o iniiatlso
heefor us in the church? The
e r "I would love to see Lieutenant
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Steve came out onto the lanai-but irsa of our help. The place is athe was not alone. The admiral trot- anywhere that men are in sadness
ted along beside him. tw orrow, and the hour is nowASteve wore white slacks and a fad- they need our help.
overhar Pul'sbroter, teveawit




















































a ew ed blue cotton polo shirt against IV. No Lack of Power (vv. 23-26).
which his muscular darkness was How often the human heart is
striking. He bore surprisingly few I prompted to help, and willing hands
evidences of that battle to the death
-almos toerre eathi thei md -aerayt olwispopig



















































a t in loving action, yet we find that we
SOOTHED QUICKLY1 at Kokee. There was a small swell- cannot do anything. The need is too,,t
ing above his right eye, a healing great for our meager resources. Our Cracked ls-so cruel, and painfully scratch on his chin. That was about -strength does not suffice. We have
Caused when raw, bitter Weather all. He was as splendid as usual,
driesrslvseaadZrevthemt"thirstys"tomhold
Skin ,aa crack, bleed. Mentholatumn and the moment she saw him, that l'Abeyond human help.
ac'caly: (1) Stiulattes local old feeling came over Zonie. How---- wodru it isteIt e
blood supply. (2) Helps revive His blue eyes were sparkling. He toure
thirs cells so they can retain need- member the Lord Jesus! emostureForsoe, chappedhandsie ing en
lips-Mentholatum. Jsrs, tubes. 30c. hand. He bent over and looped it tl the hem of (is gamn A
aoutche newaked downdeth ama wolstep2) A LIVintoK


















































atheyardh the tcopes esid word from Him brought the dead LAUGH
ihs dteepl ie," he id little girl out to face the scornerstree.
i eeof esus, in the bloom of life and s Bruises
yDemocratic Administration, the tinh if you're a good, kind owner
cheering populace, and the entire Has He lost any of His great pow. andkeepDr.Porter'sAntiseptic
aUnited States Navy-with especial er? No. He is just "the same yes- Oil on hand in the barn always
gratitude from my chief In Hono- terday, and today, and forever" for emergency use. Ask your
lulu." ~I(Heb. 13:8). Why not trust Him?veriaanbott .h'l
h amiry ingdexty" Do you need help-spiritual, men tell you what an effective, wonl tal, physical? He is able. He has derful help it is promoting
"Practically recovered, thank I no prejudice regarding your socialwee
wit th nearly morning fragrance ofr


















































you." 1971 position. He will meet you right minor cuts, burns, saddle or
"We've been very anu about AFO_ where you are, and right now, He collar sores, bruises, any minor
you-and very anxious to see you." is seeking the sick and the sinful- flesh wounds. Use only as di"The nurse," Steve reminded him, SELECTED
"said ten minutes, and not to excite rre'sto he ls anthe
---head.~ toe hHimtebtrggerback


















































TheP" tw I By The great Physician now is near,
did enThe sympathizing besrep be ong enough!" Zone protested. GIFTEDAUHetoeaks the droopi to
are t. S."he re a e ear the voice of Jesus.
Buy SWarBons "here hn soeriny his outh.








FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1945

teach them in year, but he slapped C A SFE D eoeslig o
THE__MONTICELLO __NEWSA y me down with the explanation that CLASSIFIED___ADS
THE MONTICELLO NEWS vcos.us '
Il r Rthey did it by taking many of the WRITEe toiin 195pieoor'b ~
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY VRT o 95pie nbb
PULSHDEVRbeIAfns tahes nedd foiil the jo.W I chicks, New HampshiresI Barred Buig a U e a
MONTICELLO A Rocks, Wyandotte. Book your or- see "RED"
Established 1869 is probably true. der now for baby turkeys, blood
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION N Anyhow, tested, broadbreasted Bronze direct DON
Established 1873 mittee has a real job to do and with from Texas. Hatehes weekly.
Changed to the full cooperation of school officials Stever's Hatchery, Live Oak Fla tf at
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 he Governor and the public, I am con- 3s Frank Horer Garage
KEATHLEY BOWDEN ~~~~fident they will do it. I, for one, wish FOR SALE- Improved cein _______________them all the luck in the world and Cane, 3cnsprtakaloNo. KEATHLEY BOWDEN
Editr ~urge the people to back them up in 762 syrup cane, 1 cent per stalk,
Editor
thei effrt.buyer to strip and load, or 1V, ets.
Entered at Monticello Post Office _4W Liv Stock Auction Sale
as Mail matter of the Second Class Bring Your Hogs
Inth County Judge's Court of Jef- -Farm,_Lloyd, ___a. 2_15_ p
Telephone 138-R ~~~feJ County, Florida. Fa-m Llyd F-.-15pan-atl
Telephone --------------- 138-R adC ttet
_________________ In the Estate of: FOR SALE-Lincoln Grease Guns;
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION 25 pound capacity; made especially MONTICELLO STOCk YARD
News Building Dogwood Street Nso Tractor lamps; Auction ever Monday, and get
You ad eah ofyou re hreby fog lamps, Driving lamps and Seal- ietmaktpce. Sl
SUBSCRIPTION RATES notified and required to present any ed Beam Adapter Kits for all cars. h
clams nd emads hic yo, o Sothen Ato.starts p mi. Monticello Stock
One Year --------------- $2.00 ch
Six Months-------.0 either of you, may have against the ----_ -ads --N aidiMr
Six-Months------- 1.00
/ g~. estate of W. W. Whitmore, deceased, FOR SALE-Matched pair nmules,5 ______________" ( late of Pima County, Arizona. to the' years old, also harness. 'see or- write >3 >W z& s
'1Too Late To Classify" ________"TooLat ToClasify .4County Judge of Jefferson Counttyj Ralph Utley, Monticello. 2tc
house at Monticello, Florida, within FOR SALE-Oil bunn REALuESTATE
By Russell Kay ~ lrda i fiei h or unn icltr
Theciizes chol ommtte, p-eight calendar months from the date' (certificate required). TIRES New K If you want a f arm,
The citizens school committee, ap-the first publication of this notice po~nted b Spessar Hollandwith theEach claim or demand must be in FRTGAE(etfct eur a house, or some land
pointed by Spessard Holland with the E e) AYBGISwt te
ful ppovl fGovernor Millard writing and must state the place of d.BB UGESwt te e
full approval of Goero Milar
Caldellandthe tat Deartmnt A~n~nf~~k~ f~lT~residence and post-office address of* Frames, and rubber Tires. EASY T.4.MAT"
Caldwell and the State DepartmentT. A TI
ofEdcaio, eestobetain isWAR CORRESPONENT CORT the claimant, his agentt or attorney, TERMS at SOUTHERN AUTO.
of Education, seems to be taking itsaccord- REAL ESTATE BROKER
job seriously and if it continues to EVERY DROP t Montice o
function as constructively and effect- Aigt a.FRSL-ETCVR o l lrd
fucto as~r~A costucivl adIffct0 This 2nd day of February, A. D.! cas; while they last. SOUTHERN ;, *
ively as it has started, much good O UE FAT IS I 1945. AUTO.
should result. STELLA E. WHITMORE,
We should not lose sight of the fact Executrix of the last will and
that the schools are a matter of di- deesen.
ret concern to all the people. The LNDING decad.
schools do not belong to the Depart- ary 2nd, 1945.
ment of Education, the trustees, the WAS THE W6RZT IL I VE No. 32. Feb 2-9-16-28
Educational Association or the teach- E
ers. They belong to the people, the In the Circuit Court of the Second
taxpayers, and it is proper and fit- Judicial Circuit of Florida in and
ting that the people themselves should IT SEEMED AS THOV6 1R for Jefferson County. In Chancery. Formerly service manager and mechanic of
have the last word as to their opera- Viola M. Smith,
tion. notin of TJN TO E COMSmith

tion.~~~1 0YK .U Pj I~~L Complainant,
When the committee was appointed WERMACWr HAI WAS 5AVANNA ANOTHER RE- v5. DIVORCE. your Chevrolet Dealer, is now located
and announced in the press, the im- % imeSih
pression was given I that it was an ON TPAT AKEA, TO JIMI DfdTH at the
"investigation committee" but if my SEHINDTHE 1000YR T JIME SMINKNWH R
information is correct, it is nothing ofOL OC M UNOFYuaehrbrqiedtprsn
the sort, but rather' a planning com- ally a OLforeque o entitled FRANK HORNER GARAGE
mittee, appointed at the suggestion PAE570M 8 GOT PI(TtRiS court in the Court House at Monticelof ColinEnglish and having his full OF APVAN, N VANIm, 1o, Florida, on Monday the 5ta cay of
cooperation, operating with the full february, A. D. 1945, to answer the
approval of school authorities who Bill of Complaint for a divorce exhib- and will ive same a o service
welcome its deliberations as a means cited against you therein and the
of arousing general public interestpuband advancing plans for the improve- Aished in Monticello, Jefferson Coun- maintenance on your car as ever
andadvncig pan fo th imrov- U KNOW Tw t4NEED FOR LISE P FIAT A ND T4E' ty, Florida is hereby designated as
ment of facilities and operations for I- the newspaper in which this order
the public welfare. -ICIl 5 '' 0 shall be published regularly once each
School officials and public concur -- week for four consecutive weeks.
that there is plenty of room for im- Witness, E. C. Love and 'V. I use g u e rts
provement in connection with Flor- May Walker, Judges as well as g
ida's school system. The problems purpose or intention to imply that what the country folks term "learn- Clyde H. Sauls, Clerk of said for your car
canonl b sovedwhn cmplteFlorida's schools are up to the stan- in'." My daughter, fo xml, Court and the selofsi
can only be solved when complete ipoe stde aleba S Court at Montic any make or model
knowledge of conditions and objectment is not possible or desired. I t i l S this 1st dlay of January, A. D.!1
lives are understood and appreciated sujecs in ig son. e 1945.
both by officials and the public and The problem of fin en is one that ed credits for her effort but she cant (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) calls~~~~~~ foOaeu osieain e
it is the hope of the Governor and the speak or read a word of Spanish and' CLYDE H. L
Department of Education that the lieve that everyone agrees that our as for algebra, she can't even spell it Clerk of Circuit CN
teachers deserve an increase in Pay. :She takes this anid that subject fortI Jefferson County, FIda. BA NE
citizens committee will bring all in- 13n .S1 n
ctes commtgte wian al~lin- We cannot expect to obtain able and'I a semester, doesn't like it and switchI- John H. humn, terestiscer et n competent teachers unless we pay a es to something else. The same holds acclio for mplishnant. 2.
the desired end.living wage and anyone familiar with te with her courses at the Florida On several occasions Governor Cald- the situation today must admit that State College for Women; she takes well called attention to the fact that they are underpaid. a subject, then drops it for someFlorida students appointed to Annapo- Not beinc an "edu~mtor" and never thing else and consequently never lis or West Point found it necessary
itsor estPoit oun itnecssry having attended Teachers College at learns much of anything that will be to attend prep schools prior to taking
examinations. ing Columbia, I probably am not qualified'of practical use to her later in life.
Offhand, this might seem to indisubject of education, t is all ove my head, and being a Offan, hismihtsee t mi- but as a parent and a taxpayer, I dumb cluck of a layman and taxpayer cate that Florida's educational system was lax, but this is no reflection cannot help but feel that there is a maybe I'm not supposed to know. on Florida, for the same condition lot of waste motion and waste effort In talking with Coln English the exists in every other state and most in connection with the pre-ent day other day I pointed out that the Army appointees to these academies, be system. We do a heck of a lot of so- had taught our kids more in less time they from Florida or elsewhere, find called teaching that fails to result in 'than the schools had been able to it necessary to take preparatory NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE
courses before submitting themselves
to the stiff examinations of either

with authority, as my brother was
appointed to Annapolis by Senator
Fletcher. Ae graduated as an honorschool c t b B direct DO BRAN N
student from Hillsborough High
School in Tampa butl felt it impera-MUE
tive that he take a preparatory course
at Seven Academy, which he did. He
might have passed the examinations Trade or Sell --- Cash or Credit I a c RA O
successfully without such preparatory
w ork, but because he w anted to m ake and Ca e 3 cent per s l alsoGN oD
sure, he went to Severn for six months 7ODe C OHNIBIT pUE st THE
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the Union. Count Judge's Cor of Jef- F Lla1
There are at least a dozen prepara-SL inlFORG s
story schools that exist on their abil- fog1 Outdoor advertising and outdoor promotional lighting.
ity to train boys to pass the examin- C2 -Outdoor display lighting except where necessary for
ations at West Point and Annapolis conduct of business of outdoor establishments.
anlimhedrcuap- 3 Outdoor decorative and outdoor ornamental lighting.
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pointers in every state, so if Florida o4-Show window lighting except where necessary for
is lax so are all states. ah e years l,< a interior illumination.
I simply mention this in an effort JgMarquee lighting in excess of 6 watts for each marto clarify the picture and it is not myt R quee.
6-White way street lighting in excess of the amount
determined by al public authority to be necessary

wi t Outdoor sign lighting except for:
rHave plenty of broke and ready to work meles -Directional or identification signs required for ire
and Police Protection, traffic control, transportation
FA-W iORESN N COR E S tEEctional or identification signs using not more
r t than 60 wants Per establishment, for doctors and for
FA M WIH HO SES ND M LEShotels, and other public lodging establishments.
MARAISE FEED FOR POWER S E AWhile this Federal conservation order provides severe
penalties for violations including the discontinuance of
'N Plm igIa eevn simn,;eeywe violators' electric service, Upon rder from the War Proeduction Board, we are sre that all electric users will vol. .untarily comply with this war-winning measure. wildlvraysokbuh rtae o* So Though the order does not become mandatory until

a E11ectric Wiring de ceas .ill dle any so bought or traded
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PUQUITMANP GEORGIA
See or Call NilhtrPhoneth2h1 Day Phone 2991


JOHN FINNEY A NP. s. Receiving this week two car loads,

815 North Jefferson St not truck loads, of Tennessee Mules.rde
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS FIVE


hBraswell-Sexton A New Butterfly Comes to Life HaH HIIHFE
tiThe marriage of MIS. Dorothy FH AT
Social Activities I~Sexton, daughter of Mr. end Mrs. B.~IHAAF~
Social ActivitiesI L,
LSummerford to Joseph C. BrasweflSna odyFb
fi Alachua, Fla., son of MrS. J. C. Sna odyFb
__________________________________________________Braswell and the late Mr. J. C. Bras- Wu!Q

J. G. Oder of Lloyd was a visitor Z. Lewis of Aucilla was a business a Monicereon Jan. 16 ate: Ghost Catchers
in Monticello Wednesday. visitor in Monticello, Friday. Highland Avenue Baptist Church with Olsen & Johnson
with the pastor, Dr. Charles F. Leek, ~ RKO NEWS SWING SERENADE
Miss Clara Keen spent several days Miss Gloria Shuman of Tallahassee this week in Atlanta, Ga. spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs. The m program w bM
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Chambers have E.ntn tth Martha Darden, organist. Follow The Leader
as their guest the former's mother,
Mrs. R. E. Chambers, Sr., of Starke. Miss Estelle Spann, record consult- were of ferns and palms, irs with East Side Kids
Mrs. R. E.e Chamers Sr.,oHalh with branched candelabra, burning Joan Marsh and Jack LaRue
ant f te SateBoar ofHeathtapers and standard baskets filled Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sloan of visited the County Health Unit on with giantwhite chrysanthemums and Moultrie, Ga., spent Monday here as Monday to confer with the director. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. g iMl tF
Maige.and Miss Molly Story, cousins of the
_____MsNl Hwis fFlrd bride, lighted the tapers. .Thursday & Friday-Febl. 8-9
State College for Women, Tallahassee The bride was lovely in a beige cos ----- --Mrs. J. M. Henry, Mrs. S. D. Clarke, spent a few days here this week with tume suit, origial by Carmel, with the past few
Mrs. DeWitt Kuder and Miss Sallie hrprns r n r.J .Hw ti lWCIA ASS Ariersdnsdrn
Mrls Deriter nisstr inTo avlle he arns M.an r. .N.Hw brown accessories. Her flowers wero months have been startled at the sight of a queer-looking airplane A lr i oL v
Puleston were visitors in ThomasvillekisI
Miss Glori ShumaneofTallahasse







Ga., last Friday. _____Ia corsage o re ihd.ti htrsmlstehl-pndwnso utrl.I
M r'_ra dM r,_ilim Beligrn A small reception at tile olnor (,l e withotta i tht remb l th e talpened swrngs eo an buterly It VNoah Beery Jr & Martha ODriscoll
.~Mr L.G tikand MfFyte bb agtrs.BWilliam Bellnge n the bride's parents followed the cere- tail with only two elements and' so was nicknamed "Butterfly" tail. SHRINE OF VICTORY
Mrsl. 1. hstreickan ofFaete- aby dagtr eh fTlaaseMonly. The unique design originated at the Beech Aircraft Corporation and NEWS THE ROBOT BOMB
vihe, N.es C.oaf be stn her e assentSundayndhere.withliMrer and Mrs.Si-F Out-of-town guests were: M1iss the( ir puiriposein building thbiscexperimental unit is to investigate the
the uestof hr paents Mr.andpEen nga ere with Mr V. C i-FacsBawlland Mrs.T. posblteofimiidsruuelmnaonrrdcioofon-StdyFb.1









Mrs. J. D. Maynard at their home in monst
East End. ______ns Braswell of Montice~)o, Fla.; Mrs. pressibility effects at high speeds, simplified cnrladteefc
East Monte JWhdoashington on control, stability and handling ease which may be offered by such
Mrs. T. S. Braswell and Mrs. F. A. Multe J-on of a radical departure from conventional construction. T i e T a
Mr- an Mrs. homasDann o Tal-Brink attend the eetinColumbuss. The Lairplanef CismbasmodeiaredanAT-Ha odieechATrafteeplywoodpyw tranraitnlonat
viste the Countyn Helt Unity ongh







Mr.hand Mers. Thomas Duet of Tas- Brink watend threr m eetin ofRe Ga.; Mrs. Arthur Arnold and Wally trainer, which has been converted to, a flying test unit for various wt
Daasnse wres renduss MrsJ. Chrose wa udwreshlnte Arnold of Birmingham; Mrs. W. B. advanced ideas. Test pilots state that the "Butterfly" tail renders ex-J RdCmrn&FzyKih
State Hotel, Tallahassee, last A
Hamr~ick in their home on North Jef- Thrdy Story and Miss Molly Story of Living- I cellent control and stability characteristics at all speeds. 0 SerialADYINJ E
person street. TSton; Mrs. H. M. Gilchrist, Miss Mary
Ga.,_se lsw Lee Gilchrist, Malcolm Gilchrist oFriday.
Mrs. H. L. Maigee spen last weeks Goodwater; Mrs. WV. D. Clark, Mr.' NOTICE ICLYDE H. SAULSLaeS O
Mend Mr acsnWilliam Bhelligert andI






Mrs. H. L.stera in Jacksonville as th gest of and Mrs. Alex Clark of Clerk of Circuit Court for SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH
vltler wee vsi tend ing oe m r and Mrs. James C. Lanier, aA i I the Circuit Court of the Second Jefferson County, Florida.
the ee ent nd while there attended the Camellia MJudicial Circuit of Florida, in and john H. Human, Since You Went Away
ellia Show. Mrs. Sattler stayed over Show and Mrs. George Gentry of Prattvnisi; for Jefferson County. In Chancery. Solicitor for Complainant.
and is spending this week there. Club. atteJcsnil oasMrs. R. M. Gilchrist and Mrs. Rohert Walter Culpepper, Complainant, INo. '27--Jan. 5-12-19-26, Feb. 2. ALL STAR CAST
Stephenson of Brantley. VS. DIVORCEI
Mrs. B. A. Mclhaney has returned Mr. s. as s After a short wedding trip to New Willie Culpepper, Defendant,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dannd of T- To Willie Culpepper, whose resident souri, after a visit of several weeks Sunday at Panama City where they Advertser. You are hereby required to personto her parents, Mr. and Mrs.B H enr all a s s e n l t ca
her wth ~ othrMrs. J- B. visited Pfc. Kenneth Cooksey of the _________aly appear before the above entitled I
Hlorne, and brother, Maurice Homne. Army Air Corps, stationed at Tyn- Cor ithCorHusatMnI
Hamric inld their hom one North Jefse Thursday.






dal Fild EnistIncello, Florida, on Monday the 5th day jFor that Shower or Wedding Gift, visit ourshp
Mrs. John Sorrenson has returned Enlist n Navy of February, 1945, to answer the Bill I We have a fine selection of gift china and glassware
to her home in Winter Park after Miss Jewell Graves, field represen- of Complaint for a Divorce exhibited which you will be proud to give.
homter onPer iRoad. withnile r Rad SiJmsn Chair, and caso otcloHg colhv MnielJfesnCu~y lrdjprpi





spending several weeks here with her tative for the American Red Cross, "Tippy" Shuman and "Possum" against you therein and the Monticousin, Miss Martha Murdock in her was in town on Tuesday conferring Baley, both members of the Senior cello News, a newspaper published Cuib. White china gold and floral trim vases, $2.00 to

Mr.F .BikWrFn hi-been accepted for enlistment Iin the Is hereby designated as the newspap- Salad Sets in Crystal ------------------------- ------ $3.50
LMeu.Pr mn of t rn Count chap- er in which this order shall be pub-Mcdlhaney,
toU. S. Navy and leave Monday to. lished regularly once each week forMissouthern Alaska where he is station- ter. report to Jacksol four consecutive weeks. Decorative plates, pitchers and numerous other stable
ed, after spending a leave here and J.B.Both boys have been prominent in Witness the Honorables E. C. Love gift items
in Mdisn wth is othr ad wth rs.Jesie homson acompnie atletcs urig teirhig scooland W. May Walker, Judges, as well
his wife and small daughter, Fran- by Mrs. Marshall of Live Oak, was a days, and were members of the foot- .as Clyde H. Salsa, Clerk of said Geliourtwe G f S o
ine aond bthe, hs mt rne. it M. J
cre. business visitor in Monticello last ball squad. Having completed their
spending several, weeks here with herof




-- ~Wednesday. Mrs. Thompson is a first semester of the senior year sue- celFoia hste1t a fTelephone 116-R Monticello.
homeyDecember, A. D. 1944. A baby boy, who was born Decem- Mi(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) ber 30th, is being adopted by Mr. and gave demonstrations and lectures on their diplomas will be presented them Mrs. Robert Jones of Chase Tung Oil the efficient use of electricity and when the Class of '45 graduates in plantation, Lamont. The Jones' have electric appliances. May. W/7
named the baby Frederick Hicks and
he illbecaledFre. cola last week attending the annual $1,0 p rpitdDrive into
Diocesan council of the Episcopal $500A porae
Mrs. R. Ernest Gilbert and Mrs.a Ed Alsoi o Witer ave CMr.h adMs.pe Henr Malloyn ent sW l nm lB u t












arrived home for a visit with her mother,
here Monday night for a visits witha by Miss Messie Henderson, who has represenw Mrs. R. L. Blackburn had as recent Commission in session in Tampa has Mrs. Allsopp and other relatives, guests her brother, J. BMadaiis of appropriated $15,000 to be paid FlorAlexandria, Va., and nephew, AMM ida hunters and trappers as bounties NEAR POST OFFICE DORSEY KNIGHT, Owner
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden had 1/c Carl F. Madaris, who is attend- on predatory animals. as their guests for dinner Monday ing gunnery school at the Naval Air Two dollars will be paid for each evening, Lt. and Mrs. S. SW Benham Base in Jacksonville. wildcat slain, $1 for each fox, 50 cents EXPERT WASHING, GREASING & SIMONIZING
of Maxwell Field, Alabama, Mrs. B for each opossum and 50 cents for
0. Bowden Mrs. Mable Lingenfelter each skunk. 600-16 Tires and Tubes 550-17
and Miss Anne Lingenfelter of Talla- s. Sr 1. The commissioners also earmarked have
hassee $5,000 for use i "an experimental Quick abyIFri Phone 123-R
Mrs. Sarah I. Walker died, Sunday, program" for the eradication of garLt. Col. and Mrs. W. MdRory of January 21st, at her home in Eliza- fish, a fresh water predatory fish Tallahassee were visitors in Monti- beth Community. Widow of the late which plays havoc with gais D
cello Wednesday, en route to Jack- John T. Walker, she was the daughter sonville on a business trip. Lt. Col. of Jarred and Sallie Hawk, both deMcRory, recently returned from the ceased.
European war theatre, is on leave Funeral services were held at the
from Finney General Hospital, Thorn- graveside in Elizabeth Cemetery, asville, where he is a patient. Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. I r a o b e e. .H v o a C l
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. VanCleef and Ga., conducting the Services. RS thirsoDoallet hi ee fr Pall bearers were S. D. Lucas, Lee Al~ ~
astheir guestsl, ef hwe for dinner Moda









Gainesville where they will make Stanley, A. L. Herndon, C. B. Brock, nha their home in the future. Donald, a James Adams Lewis and Isham Shepjunior in the Monticello High School, herd.
left Saturday in order to enter the Mr.Wleri7uvieXythe,~~z-__e latee brothers and one sister, Steve Hawk
ginning of the new semester. of Jacksonville, Will Hawk of SpringMrs. J. T. Viazant and her son and cola and Mrs. Ruth Hamrick of Auahe w n Mcilla. Surviving also are the followsonville -on -a w busi nes t rip sL. Col. g o san a g tes .W l








via B. Sherman have returned to er,
fromn Fine Genra Hospital,1ThomJacksonville after visiting here as a ker, Sarasota, Fla., C.
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guests of Mrs. Vinzant's sisters, Mrs.a J. C. Braswell and Mrs. Tom Bishop. Joyner, Tallahassee, Fla., Mrs. Lena Cpl Sherman is enjoying a furlough Greene, Oktoha, Oklahoma, and Pres with his family after completing a ton M. and Therone Walker, Aucilla, tour of duty in the Pacific.Dican

Mrs. Hugh Fraser, who is spending Card of Thanks
the winter here, Mrs. Herman Schenk of Georgetown, S. C., and Mrs. Joe W
Woodward of Homeland have been
enjoying failyreunon n Tala-appreciation for the many expressions
of sympathy, for the floral offerings N _!
guest heri brother, J.s B.Maaiso






















hassee wtthrss s Aand for other acts of kindness shown
Simpson. The four sisters spent Tues- during the illness and death of our day in Monticello and were luncheon loved one.
guests of Mrs. N. B. Carmichael. Tefml fMs aa akr
TeflofMrs. Sarah Walker.






















W. S. C. S. Circles
JnaIn MEMORIAL
The Womans Society of Christian
Service meets Monday, February 5th In loving memory of our dear
at 4 o'clock at the following homes: Mother, Mrs. Ida Seabury, who or helping a soldier feel at home_No. 1, Mrs. E. S. Blair passed away January 24, 1944.
No. 2, Mrs. D. H. Gilbert A year ago today, dear moth- When he's back on furlough, it's the little things a soldier lft behind that he
No. 3, Mrs. Jg W. Summit er God took you to live with
No. 4 Mrs. Cecil rIngo HIM, in that bright happy home looks for. In three words, Have a Coke, much of his old life comes to mind.
The Mary Bailey Sloan Circle meets where troubles and sorrows are For Coca-Cola was part of his days after school or after work, with the gang
at 8 o'clock with Miss Catherine o'er. adwt i il ap ~ oaCl
Stimson. We still miss you so much, r hy remembrance of carefree times. ce-co
____________ but we know you don't want us holds a warm and friendly place in American life. And it should have a special CHURCH OF CHRIST to grieve; so we'll try hard to
Meets at Womans Club be prepared to meet you over place in your icebox at home. Wherever Americans g, Coca-Cola stands for
___rsl there. the that become a of our way
wellofhaYou naturally hear CocaCola SatNever to be forgotten by her
Sunday Bble Schol 11 A MigcalendbyAitnfriendytabsreiatioch






































































Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. loved ones and friends. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY 0OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BYcle by itsfriendy abreatiponwithW theh pastor Dre Charles F.aLeek







































































Thursday, Midweek Service 8 P. M. Her Children. .MONTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY oct of The CocaCola Company.
You are cordially invited to attends
these services. b l1945 Thi CtC C





The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, February 2, 1945


Bed Spread Made SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS
Of 36-Inch Goods
Of 36Inch oodsDainty First Clothes for Baby

spread for a double bed ooking at
ma3 be made out of chintz or
any 3-inich-wide material that you
wThae m hand. Eleven and one-half
lis; will be required for a bed H
M ices wide and, if you follow
Oe cutting diagram given here, HEN "Roughly Speaking" hit
not a scrap of goods will beW
~~serp of oods ill b Th 'the stands last year I started '
wasted. right in yelping about it. As I re- 71
CAt the center parts first; then fmy
I~e 19-mdh siescin o he $ "One of the most fascinating
ilbe &&nchside sections forth
gVima cover; then the 10-inch eo g books I've ever read.
prdas Boston baked








ir~M behes Clonc.rouaaybu
tears sturdy as
Plymouth rock.
Mrs. Pierson,
.~., ~ American mothacch n c or i n f o ot f o rld th e s e a m
sothathesitchinhad the stuff to
j 1co it with, lick Hitler single- sli c d t
a ce d handed, as she'slceadtrhgtk
licked AWath and
telpovettefrhd Louise Randall
lime0brought up five Pierson cop of B 1
A B children. There's
S anmdian I'd fly thousands of miles idris fo thepillw coer aa tomeet." W
Sth EAShe reminded me of it when she







Alina Thil es NeYonsrp
ae t here for the filming of her book.
2ur the flounce. You may buy A, ~ .
,arn 15or cover cable cord
sMrs. Pierson, whose life story,
3acbiiae cording foot for the seam' "Roughly Speaking," was recently 3yr
















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IDVae ger st and irrtaio
ilRussll in the autobiographical role, le is a person that you, too, have met,
cThee. whether you know it or not.
~Isbl.11vuIS 3 spgeis f ilsWatNd Fruit, Meringue and Cupcakes . .DsetTrio She's America.
loxUmcg slip cover s, dressing tables, (e eie eo)ToPee
Bornrichperamperranchialfather H long-line torso hugging two,2AM overs and other things to keep _______________ fvho dressed like and faintly be- "I
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OW. '3ha ged a copy of nook 1 enclose Smlct'Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving ledhemight beKing Edwardsmrns.Ti clvr tye
= mmism name and address direct Menus (even to the
itrDesserts that are delicious in spite made up in light weight woolen,
_ _n of their simplicity and yet hearty d.)Louise was dumped outw
enougtostisfyappetteswippe Lamb Steaks with Mustard Sauce on a coldly realistic world at the wl ieyua nebeta'
A&RUTH WYETHT SPEARS eogtostsyapieswpedCreamed Potatoes age of 10, flat broke,. easy to make, easy to wear and
New York to their keenest by sharp wintry Brussels Sprouts Returning from his funeral, her Baby Clothes easy to look at!
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Rinlbss 35 cents for Book No. L. thate takcenuprltleg tim ads Cinnamon Rolls Jelly gether in the sunroom. "The trouble frst clothes for the very small Pattern No. 8539 comes in sizes 11, 12
serts thttk pltl ieadRice Pudding is," she said, "Your father indorsed member of your family. It makes 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 20. Size 12, short
. effort, little of the sleeves, requires 31A yards of 36 or 32
Beverage notes." a lovely gift for a new baby.


















preciius miseriesichmaeral
sugar, but use I There didn't seem any use in sit- Make the, little dress of organdy, SedYuorrt:
plety o fruis inAdd favorng. Pur ito a ell-ting around bawling, so before long dimity or dotted swiss-the dainty Sedyuorrt: plentyLois was goings grea guns asvrig aou unoa el-derthings in fine lawn or
season. There are greased oblong or square pan. Press Louis wabatistet us s SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
-many recipes the cooked pear halves into the bat- secretary ($1 a week,, when she batste 530 South Wells St Chicago
amog tem ha te an srinle ithsuar nd m-met her first husband-to-be, Rodney Pattern No. 8706 comes in sizes 6 mos., Enclose 25 cents in coins for "elfh ueegrmlnamong mhmta e n pie togthesr. Bae for- 3 -"six feet two, tailored by Brooks, 1. 2 and 3 years. Size 1, dress, requires pattern desired. tofrtf diets minutes in a 400-degree oven, and had won six Latin prizes at 1%' Yards of 35 or 39 inch material; pantie Pattern No. Size .
sh ntee to fortintfyos Yale." Rodney was making $66.66 a and slip, 1/a yards; 3 yards lace for
hyithstw imotnfod. Have you tried cookies and fresh motinabksthtwweto pantie and slip. Name.
The first is an especially quickly fruits for dessert simplicity and sat. iei n$8a ot lt hr Address.
C h 9t prepared dessert that is satisfying isfaction? You'll like:,iei n$8amnhfawee ________________ _____________Ishe had four children in four years.
Fruit Cupcakes (Makes 71/2 dozen small cookies) When Rodney really goInote'iapls
cupckes nto 2 cups sifted enriched flour chips the family moved toI snn, ______________Slices pla tin g akey hafwy /2tapobkigode where Louise plunged into every- Hadgedsdridthr TIS1! D
wedoges, cuttngnly ail way YA teaspoon boaigpwe thing from politics to the little thea- Had grndsdee their an SINOA
through.it Opengel and fillthe s 1/ teaspoon soa ter. Tragedy struck in the form nikaefrmterehp n
Rev DlstIOres caiywt.eigeadfut i( / esonsl of infantile paralysis, temporarily the yellowish-orange paint which
flouge.pplvfgiwa of fruit left over from breakfast or 'Acup shortening laying low all four children. Louise covered their surface. They are
lunch may be used. Served with cof- 1cup sugar Jr., never did fully recover, now being painted olive drab to
fee or another hot beverage, these 1eggus
*~Now tohielp relievecon- make a tempting climax to heavier 2 teaspoons grated lemon rindt Rodney decided one day he'd had prevent the enemy from getting a 66
,iestion and irritationl fall and winter meals. 2 teaspoons grated orange rind enough. "I'm moving to the Yale good view as the "pineapple" apin ppe brnchal lub" h delard.proaches, with time to take cover. Cold Preparations cur dircjedI
I&&%mscuar soreness or tightes Butterscotch Rice Pudding. 3 tablespoons orange juiceclb"hdear.
spamsmosyo ngm es (Serves 6) Sift together flour, baking powder, So without too much ado she got
m&Vkk'isVapoRub onthroat,chestand V3 cup rice soda and salt. Cream together bado, anotherdue job, another hus-hiho ou w hsad
2gickabedtime-AndatonceVapoRub 2 cups milk shortening a n d Hsband aN in du HieaothPersn aby Whcoin youe to hsband
/4, teaspoon salt sugar until light fo usban No.h 2,e Haarodn Pien, iscmighmetnih.
2 tablespoons butter and fluffy. Add
Aruipprbronchial ~ Acup brown sugar egg and beat well. last war.
labuivit its special I tablespoon lemon juice Add fruit rinds j Kindred Spirits
2awdicial vapors 3/A teaspoon vanilla and juice. Add He was as nuts as she.
'Afr4rT / cup chopped dates flour mixture to "I've always had a weakness for
,cmriobc Wash rice and add salt and rice creamed mixture. Mix thoroughly. big men with black hair and blue Constipation may make dients formulated over 50
urice iie to the milk. Bring to a boil and then Shape into rolls and wrap up in eyes," says Louise. "Besides, he anyoneaMr.orMrs. Glum. years ago. Uncoated or
lNM3,D~ti.simmer 25 minutes. Meanwhile, waxed paper. Chili until firm. Slice was romantic, charming, irresponsi- TakeNature'sllemedy(NIR candy coated, their action is



















131E0EM OF Ahl TIMESbetoruge
~l~nincomfrting. VapoRub melt butter, add brown sugar and '/4-inch thick and bake on uni- ble, generous." He was also rich, Talt)Contasnom deenale, thmilorsogh yt
t~ii~stful sleep and eeson work- cook over a low flame until very greased baking sheets in a moder- owning the vast Pierson green- ocfn mnrl, hnl ete omlin fN'
gibortoreive distres. Ad dark brown but not burned. Add the ate (350-degree) oven 12 to 15 mini- hose an usre erTryeiatvs NR TEtsaehIepoee 5
ZYWAORUB Gives You this Is caramel mixture to the rice and utes. These cookies may also be town. Three years later they weredifrn-cdfeet.CvneroxoayAl
~iuertn-tiuaigaton ts ml ndsi nl isovd e hae yuiga okepes Purely vegetable-a combi- druggists. Caution: Take
wa hostme remedy for. rte- move fnro uti dislvd fan shapeusin a desie, esi broke, nation of vegetables ingre- only as directed.
="= tn. oermd o e oefo ea ac hpsaedsrd Harold got a WPA job in the NewAL
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enl'sD OF M L IONS.-0 jiev nll n
IISD ie vanie (Serves 6) led to the superintendency of landb yVR dates. Pour into a a "TabeiGradefl
fscpe construction at the world's LAX Iid sofar ks
_____ _Fruitwet bowl and p a cup sugar fair. R TO-NIGHTj TriRROW ALRIGHT
chill. When cold, R p teaspoon cinnamon She had always wanted to write
~P ~ ~ 7 m this pudding can 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg letters to newspapers, heckling ediPer s erin o t a arg 2 teaspoons baking powder she aimed at Arthur Krock, political Simpli
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ere cake or just plain 4 tablespoons s Amused, he showed it to his friend
fresh or stewed. Here they are corn- 2 cups sliced apples Max Schuster, who promptly seat 11"' -- YOUAC
bined into cake: 2 tablespoons butter Louise a check and told her to start z
Pear Cake. ta cup sugar m
'/ cup shortening Juice of th lemon w rt a book.
'A cup sugar Sift flour, sugar, baking powder
srwas a gag, but when the use
2 eggs and salt together. Cut fat into flour, dintbucWh raie h a
~1 cup sifted flour using fork or pastry blender. Add, stuck. The result was "Roughly .O AY
1 teaspoon baking powder one-half cup chopped apples and Speaking."
1/A teaspoon salt enough milk to make a soft dough. Sesiitwshearstok
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Topping: ing apples and lemon juice. Pour
10 pear halves, pared and stewed the batter over the apples. Steam for Frui Cupeakes sas ( tre























Sl cup sugar 11/2 hours and serve hot with lemn at least five of my hats in the air)
1 teaspoon cinnamon juice or cream, and three studios began bidding.
Cream shortening, add sugar and Chocolate is such a big favorite Warners wired her: "Will you ac- ~cream until light and fluffy. Add that it should be included in dessertscet$500fr'oglSpai'
cavity with0 merngu andghl fruit.iBi'























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LUmWAS So baking powder, salt and' toinamon that is bound to bring cheers: swerved Louise: "Three hundred a
ADOfD BY WILLIAM DOUGLAS Chocolate Floating Island. week not enough-need new toothS s(Serves 6) brush." Replied Warners: "How
about $500, then?" To which LoucpF THE GREATEST ug cup sugar
~Dt-OES FAL TME.Saving Sugar: Syrups may be 3cpmikise wired: "Okay. That will pay for S R T N
'IMPOMSOF LLTIES 3 up mlktoothbrush and new hair-do, too." HOW LOW, discouraged, they can soothes last with
used in cookies while sugar is 4 eggs Louise Randall Pierson seems to make you feel-those nagging mus.
saved for cakes. The texture of teaspoon salt be a feature at Warners. That first jle uices. In Soretone Liniment
cookies is not affected enough by teaspoon vanilla
syrup in place of sugar so that it 4 tablespoons sugar contract was torn uip and a much you get the benefit of methyl sali.CO D H A
AMMWGIRLis perfectly all right to use it. Use Melt chocolate in top of double fancier one rigged up. She and Har- cylate, a most effective pain-reliev.
cup honey or corn syrup in old bought a place at Santa Monica. ingagent.AndSoretoes cold heat
asce eac d sar and el add m l strn If you've read the book, "Rough- action brings you fast, so-o-o-thing

add 2 tablespoons of flour to each stantly. Reserve 2 egg whites for yo tspen, Ih don'tuhae tfo u eifSrt iietat o
cup called for in recipe. meringue. Beat remaining whites 1. Dilatesurface capillary bloodwhile,
mAe l THb add brown sn ande o
,0"05I Of MILLIONS. Fruits may be sweetened with and 4 yolks slightly with salt. Pour hae',Iev o h ra nsovessels. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
1411IRMYSAU4ID 1c THE jams and jellies or honey. Add hot milk mixture over eggs, then for you. very2. Check muscular cramps.
sweetening last with a pinch of return to double boiler. Cook, stir- Lo OACKACrE
salt to make the most of it. ring constantly until mixture coats
milk ad trudn dissolved. Re-hbr i nhswa eet






















99MRmESH FLAVOR. Pethe spoon and foam disappears. Add 4. Help reduce local swelling.
mixes may be used with unbaked vanilla. Strain into serving dish; complete arrangements for "Sweet sweet cooky crusts to save sugar cover; let stand until cold. Chill be- S;urrender," a musical which is For fastest action, let dry, rub in du-o
agosA Z% A only margarine certilled in making pies. fore serving. Garnish with meringue about the battle between Monterey again. There's only one Soretone- SORE MUSCLES
21a~Z tsksr to be a "Table-Grade"* mar- Thicken left-over fruit syrup made of egg whites, sugar and a and Los Angeles years ago. It will iniist on it for Soretone results.dutooor
W, 3t mid, smooth flavor makes it from canned fruit with cornstarch dash of salt, feature Leo Carrillo. The lyrics kid 500. A big bottle, only $1.
idea! for sea- and use as sauce for puddings.thpasofevrhignLsA-MIO SP IN
Ak0 A soning and Maeueo re adfeh Get the most from your meat! GetthpasofevrhignLsASAO M~~~~~~ae Pue inof a re adfehgl htaoewl as tt
























trying, too. fruits for their natural sugar con- your meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn gees That Falncillo auseaitto Chambers by writing to her in cre a rn I
tent Western Newspaper Union, 210 South woulbetogd to be true, hay- *pg 1d.d u.
Substitute fresh fruits in sea- inlee Ing two plays succeed her to servsse withg cake or jus plainon ct In etona
son and custards for cakes and -ar envelope the hit B Remember the it py o
4, pastries as often as possible. for your reply. "Song of Norway" opened on the "and McKesson makes itl blood to he ar. and indoro
________________________ R_ Relased by western Newspaper Union. West coast. Zkglowg memof a warmth





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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1945

love has just been coming smoothly
but now it is going in leaps and


I wonder why Carolyn Prevatte is
always talking to Hulon Jones. Could
T H E it be that she wants to come to the
next F.F.A. meeting with Hulon in
----- ---. .his new Ford? Better watch her,
Se irN w a dVe sSTAFF they'll pull thru after those zeros Vera.
Senior News and Views __ _ _
I___ from 'cheating" have been posted.
-Editor-hn Chief-Aval Ruth Sawtyer Gets worse everyday, but, guess 'tis
The Annual, our annual, is going Assistant Editor-Beverly Patterson our own fault-or is it W
to press soon, complete and every- Society EditorsNell Whittle Mary
thing. It took a lot of hard work Ann Clarke
but it's worth it. Class and Ciub Edito Violet High- Social Highlights Mrs. Bob McKown of Monticello
Asi vrtig oe wrespent the day Wednesday with her As in everything, some worked, tte
some promised, some fooled around, toe
soe rmie sm foedaoudTopists-Bettilee Bird, V irginia Mc- We deeply regret the loss of two daughter, Mrs. Berry Buzbee in0 6
the rest of the staff did nothing. it I th of our Senior boys to Uncle Sam's Waukeena.
is to Miss Knoblock that we owe the Circulation Mgis.-- Robert Linter, ever-popular navy-"Tippy" Shuman g
glory of the publication. Martha Ann B and "Possum" Bailey." It is heard Mrs. Edna Summerfield and her
auso deserves a great deal of credit.:Gossip Editor-Emmala Pate, Willie that they will leave on February 6 sister, Mrs. Myra Shank, and little Now we can settle down and rest Gus Boland but will receive diplomas same as daughter of St. Lous, Mo., have
awhile. A rest we have earned. L rest on that glorious night. We wish spent the past week with their sister
Mi-emeasaeover and to Joke Editor-Eleanor Folsoml. you the best of luck, boys. and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H1.
Mid-term exams are ovnOrlando. most of us, we are on our last lap-se. Spanish and Latin Editor--Evelyn Last issue's person in the person- Blair. Beverly P. celebrated her 18th
ality column was Ava Ruth Sawyer. -Mrs. Baxter. birthday Monday with quite a "hang." -fooed byw days makesluse/the
Telegrams, presents, letters. Happy fethtsrn isjust around the .i.fl.- .
The staff is progressing in theii' birthday! fere~ tha spring is
Junior News new idea-this event you've heard so
_____ uchabot ltel isto ts ighst These Beauty-Struck Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Everett and
The Juniors have been rather quiet point at present. Just in case some lately, recuperating from our fine of you are worrying and wondering: little daughters have moe i
(we thought so) play, and also from there's gonna be an elect Pictures arrived Monday and every- house recently purchased by Barney
exams. We do lead a rugged life! ed by us for a "Miss Valentine." onew
We are losing ground, too-losing There will be ten candidates of which airing they weren't any good altwo members of the class: Frankie will be 4 Seniors, 3 Juniors, 2 Sopho- though they looked just like each and The four churches of the WalRuddandDonld an~eef.Anda mresand1 Frshmn. n te nghteveryone of us. That's what is so ter- keenah Charge will have a rally at ,
Rudd and Donald VanCleef. Anda
man shortage around this place, too. I of February 14, the person who comes I
__________________ out on top will be crowned and also) the majority of us are gonna have "uary 6th. Reportis on the crusade
guest of honor at a gala occasion with some more made jus' so everybody' off erings and other items of interest
Soothing Sally the staff serving as hostesses. There
will Iae further information concern- attend, bring 2 covered dish, and

Dear Soothing Sally: ing this contest later. By the way SEEN AND HEARD j oy hR i
I amdespratly i loe wih votes will be one penny, but won't beJ.ABod91 woVe
I am desperately in love with following x
freshman boy who works at the pic- ams Beauty doesn't have a special did you and Tippy get Miss Pby Thomson entertained
ture show. He can't ever get around standing in this! worried when Evelyn and Bill didn't some of her friends of F. S. C. W. at
to taking me to the show but he sure come back for some time Saturday her home here over the weekend.
does like to sit by me! His pocket- nELUXE
book must be glued to his hip pocket! T Mrs. Martha Jennings was at home
What would you advise me to do? T eH roso x m lcweeC A P O
Wha wold ou dvie m todo?___-~was Pete Saturday over the weekend from her school
Flabergasted Frances -nite? Embarrassing, wasn't it? alt Bethel. A ec'
IOh, the horrors of exams-suh rica's
Dear F1 mon~~Assstantoitor -ewve Pattierson"gg, o'thElnoQ aif i





















If your charms can't pry that pock- othe midnight oil we burned, hut of IT
Stoe Nw, Improved Sfti-Lock
et-book loose-well, this should be a Icourse it was no cinch, in fact, there Wonder if Marceline has decided We have found that someone has Cr-4 togrti
gentle hint to the wise, anyway. :are several who could probably write between Jackie and Dicky. yet Wha tbeen cutting a good many Camellia previously ustrerd[
ten page themes on the outcome of about it Marceline? Flowers in our Park Grounds across HairCsilnl10
Dear Soothing Sally, some of their thinking. Ain't it or- If__ from the Office. W~e are glad to havemoerbrbtwnth
I'm just mad about two freshman ful? To think after 4 I/2months Gussie, did Bud go to thle square 'folks come in and look at the flowers
girls-I can't decide between Jacquie of digging and then all this. Cord da cpihlil, ateila delnssow v r w.an o lo
and Betty N. Both of them have me really very discouraging. Bet they're issBtiethem to be pulled or cut, and will as


sample of exams were seen. Yeah, because she is trying to win Billy F.
Dear Hopeless Wilburn, it was disheartening, but we're still ieb
If you're the smartest one you'll alve even if it is with faint hope. ___?-o vievra9usrb oGad iCrii~.N.o
take advantage of the man shortage. And then there are some who doubt Seems as if Early Mae and Melvis 'a on ieloN w
It looks like you're doing OK to me. ___Dear Soothing Sally, F E I
A certain senior boy just does FU L I HEATERS
things to me- I go around with aB
sohoor ir wolieshi ooanlB-29 Powver Co-mes From Superfactory
it seems like another girl has his
ring. What can I do to win his love? aSoft, Pliant,
Pee Wee Hunter Porfectly Matched
Dear Pee Wee Hunter,B Better get you a geometry book ia iv y
and find out just how you can p make at c
thiso quadrilateral into a two siyed adw
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outuontopoEetter built, more depend. Protein, vitamins and neris It ality.Sh staf s Csack able!rllngives
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votesilA To one Bong B 9 ,i.pcifoitresses, gbeat new statospheie bombbes featuring sine of the Lid, out a o yate ore ensie
For several years, your child is standing and daring aerodynamic developments of the war, are seen' feyixi, !i formation with a Boeing FlyingP
learning an astounding number of Fortress, (uppei Ii'lt) the 11-17G. Half again a" large as the Fortress, and ith thle speed of a pursuit plane, batteries.
things. How to manage his uses, s cia
his sands and feet, haits of elimii- s!.a
nation, how to secure what he z 7. 3 J 75 l 3, f~T .
Wants, to talk, to put on his clothes, ~ ""<' 7 ''- "jI,
to playwith other children, and habits of rating are some of the vt
things he is l Lhaetniinng. So chathan teaching him to eat is a pait of ?
his educatioiWe d el regret0thealo
In Order to learn boys to Uncle S
ling himself and of manipulatingBa utensils and playthings, he has to d o sam
do things himself. He sonlss0,, ~ ,.~
interest in playthings if others do all the work-if s0tome else ,,a si i a 8 ~ ~ .',~
builds up the blocks-he wants to build them himself.cea hr1t
When babies first show anl inter- s ~ i a wesWoD
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leicls the we e any good al- ni
come at any certain age, than if A of Ner ofttin us. Ta'wti
he is not allowed to do things Woell
One of the habits be acquires o s a ar t of a nationwide synchronization o
early is regularity of mealtimes. 'K~A Palsmrusilfrest rdc
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regularity and di gets along muTp
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Mothers someetiaes Wdh ndn k too h
much regularity is monotonous, fore
example, cereal every mor'n andHOD night. Your baby doesn't need much
variety, although cereals may b
varied somewhat. A ceSral food ofe wheat may be given in the morn- -xi ssterant kiMldr Mya hiand
sg one day, for supper the next sisterkine with thi N e
day, and an oatmeal the other meal H.workers (left),
each day. Fortunately daysd busy pouo sa almlowmer, forge a red hot
available all steel billet into a crank case center for
cooked and ready to serve. O n .
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