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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
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v.60 no.29 February 9, 1945

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

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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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MONTICELLO H RE CLY IL
Th__ __ __ T HEa MONTC E LL NEWSIO OF___
Gateway to Florida THE MONTICELLO NEWS LRIA


'HE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60, No. 29 MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Red Cross Chapter Valentine Buffet Party Conklin, Legion Chief Ed Larson, State P.T.A. Founders Day Registrants Must
Names Chairmen of Enjoyed By S. S. Class Streamlines Local Treasurer Speaks A Foundeis Day program will beObtain Permission
given at the February meeting Of the ar naFlorence McDonald Sunday a
Wa F nd Ca pagnScho class enjoyed a covered dish Po tF rA to O L w lK w nsMotcloPAt ehl usa To Change Position
supper at the home of Mrs. J R
Richard H Simpson, chairman Of Cooksey, Tuesday night. A Valnn- dtorium. All members and friends of Regitrants now deferred in Class


DIr-AeorMIs.BBfirkoccupational reason
the Jefferson County chapter of the tine motif was carried out in decora- Otto Walker Post No. 49, presided and Kiwanian, was the guest speak- theA roo areB fo~ oatnmutrqettr lctivea rien
American Red Cross, announces the tions in the home and in the place at the special Post meeting Monday e at the Kiwanis luncheon nen Wed- te c utie hrd wl eer s
appointment of Mrs. F. A. Brink ascards and table arrangements, evening when two new officers were nesday. e was introduced by Rich- 4 o'clc i e emntr school
chairman of the Red Cross War Fud The dining table, where the food inducted into their duties. Ed. G. ard Simpson whom e lauded foe g his Dive. Mrs. Brink is a social worker was arranged for buffet service, was Clayton, who previously served two fine service both ns Kiwanian anid cisisary ed Apulatnaceo fi-trirty s change toi neemlyenta
of many years' experience at one centered with a big heart formed en- Iterms as; comndeink' and two its ad- citizen. The speaker then described V________ ivea Service, inat discussingf recent
time serving as executive secretary tirely of red camrelis. Small red jutant was appointed post adjutant the duties of the state tr'easurei' as Liv chnesicte insecveseice reeuof the Welfare Leagrue of Lexing-ton, hearts were onl the place cards at an'd service Officer, and William A. set forth in the Constitution of 1885, U. S. Navy P ltIs cagsi h eetv evc eu
Kentucky, a fund-raising and com- small tables where the guests were White was appointed post finance And pointed out that today the duties
munity planning organization. Since seated, and red flowers predominated office' in recognition of the increas- are far more diverse. sh beme in tin andmsho
moving to Monticello, Mrs. Brink has in the decorations. ing membership of World War It vet- The state treasurer is a member of
qualified as a first aid instructor, Mrs. T. B. McDonald ad Mrs ran. 18 different boards which has multi- S be accompanied by sufficient informaconducting classes both here and in George Mills greeted the guests as Otto Walker Post with, an out plied his duties. Among the most
Aucilla. During the past year she they entered. Mrs. Arthur Watson, standing paid membership of 75, of important of these are the State
served as chairman of the surgical president of the class, planned the which 24 are World War 11 veterans, Board of Control which deals with Lieutenant Hoily BuitBassett, soi.ar effort. Any special ircumstancdressings program. ,party and Mrs. Emerson Ridgeway is leading the Depaitment of Florida the varius state institu- of Mir andt Mi's. W. WV. Bassett, has es that necessitate the change may
Jack Taylor, tax collector of Jef- supervised the entertainment, in percentage memibership of Woil Ild p,, tions through numei'ous been awarded the' Alir Medal and a he included with the request. If a
ferson County has been designated In addition to twenty-five me- War [ Legionnaires, sub-comm the State Citation in the name of the President referral card has been received from
co-ehairman of the drive. The chair- hers, two visitors, Mrs. McKim and Miss Mary Collins, secretary of t Bod Amsti of the United States, by C. W. Nim- the U. S. Employment Service this
men of divisions will be announced Mrs. Rowe, attended the party. Post Auxiliary Unit, and Mrs F J which has handled 190 itz, Admiral in charge of the Pacific ca'd should also be included.
later. Fleet. The award and citation were Registrants who change employT heli quot assum edd bye theing coloredl rs d t e o rd o
Th qot asuedbythe colored rooed were invited to join in the discussion Eiducation. The state treasurer is foi' heroic deeds in attacks on Saipan mont prior to requesting a ermn
cthzen qotahse muiy is$VV a aterwvay r po e of 1945- policy foi' making thle post a also one of the Inteinal Improvement ,and Tinian in June, 1944. ation from the Selective Service Local
citizens of the comnt is $0as Wcivi casset to Jefferson County and Trustees; is State Insurance Co1n5 Lt. Bassett, who was recently home Board, may make this request after
compared with $1000 last year.
Mai .Soti gi serve as ie its returning members of the armed missioner and 'State Fire Marshal. on leave, has since that time paortici- such change has been made, but they
Mamie B. Scott is again to ein even moe spectacular flights must
chairman of the Colored Citizens' services. Giving the amounts handled by the in to h tht reteinaDivision. Under her guidance the or- A special contact committee was various boards and institutions, the pnd ilos who surv ive he s i tion wasnot rqeted dueto nganization of this year's drive is be- iamed by the command' to Outline speaker stated that the ti'asuly is,
ing outlined today at a meetino of the best available methods to project in fact, a $100,000,000 bank, of the small carrier Gambier Bay, On Iusual or compelling circumstances.
thecolredschols Jefferson county residents will the Post services of fellowship, ser- IFrank Miller', cie f clek of theI October 24th in the battle off Leyte. !There is no requirement for regisHall nahe, it citatio reads: trants who leave work other than
The teachers assume responsibilityearn with interest that Congressman vic and raio CIIC
The taches asume esposibiity Bb ieshs inrodued abilli e tind withteaxiliaryn ni uner [Se as aues ofwfian Lw lace Flgsi of. the Commande inTE ChePfAhCoa]badpro osek
for the success of the drive in the
comuntyin hih he tech tusCongress to provide for anr examina- the presidency of Mrs. Maui'ice Loch, McLeod was also present 'at the: Inagthe a of the Presin t of the l position, pbuot terekgita community in which they teach, thus';IntermoftrPrsdnofteew piinbtte egtat
making it possible to reach every tion and survey of a proposed water- with Mrs. Walter Edwards as unit luncheon.
cooedproni Jfeso out.way from Tallahassee to the Saint treasurer. The committee follows: It was announced that the Public IUnited States, the Commander should see that the local board is incolored person in Jefferson County. Publi Intuto Chief, United States Pacific Fleet, formed of his termination immediateAut geeru conribtio wasrcto madeAfar omitewul eta
The bill, which has been i'eferred to Bullock, chairman; Paul C. Wilkins, the Court House on. Monday night attakes pleasure in presenting the AlI ly. Employers when notifying local MEDALytoebordsnof theterminationofotheyser
Society Receives the committee on rivers and harbors, former post vice-comnder, and W. 8:00 O'clock.
sLieutenant Hery B. Bassett vices of any registrant should state
rn u nations Be it enacted by the Senate and School faculty, who will report their be devoted to the Infantile 4thlwil




Suerntndn Marcuse C. Fagg who nteflo- vlnayo h pr fterg
r rouse of Repiesentatives of the Unit- findings and recommendations at Campaign. P i $I2A1 as t
TC amount is moreiO th tyrant.
From Local Citizens edSae fAeiai ogesa-the next Post meeting, Tuesday, I ___ "__-Fo distinguishing himself by "Rgatospcigheritan
ysembld, the a of WarMa'ch e
be ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e adhishibyauhrzdad6whntePswilmeNuto en r mritiious achievement while en- jin Class I-A are mandatory," said
Ay geienros contribution wasnt toda td jon I as neaiainad Trenwit itsl Wuiar Uernit sIV u jc gaged in aerial flights as pilot of aGenreral Collins, "where the regisbyreidns f efeso Cutytodrete to cae. mane examiatironoand Tre nited tor Wa til b tin Of Florida u jc cariler-nasedl torpedo plane in repeat- trant fails to request. a determination




requestrwaysfromesheryaintitsrksdgevTFlorida's Gretest Charity," the y membeishi a ed attacks on the islands of aipan
CD and Tnan between 15 June and 27'by the decision of the board after such
du ring comitated bter in Township three South, Range liaison committee. These iew momrsJune 1944. He led his squadron's at- determination is made." Superintendent Marcus C. Fagg, who one East, Florida, through Township es are Napoleon Carlin, William tack on the landing beaches of Sal- ReBull







MisssDorothyarellgain Jeminded to
reports $287.81 as the county's 1944 two and into Township one to a point G. Miller anid Allmon Boland. The. By R. WV. Patrick pan, this attack contributing to the report all. changes inl circumstances
gift. approximately three miles southeast latter, who made the 24th World War Member of Governing Boaid comparatively light casualties of the that would affect their classification







Clsae, t Mrs A. r E. a Coo e Mrs.- Ar- lal ,Ford;tesm e I ebr sapraroe h a
rP. K. Yonge Libra'y of Florida His first waves of landing troops. On the to their local board within five days







Ths amount Fislayotn, the S.oGrnt,
ty quota of $200 which the Society ing the approximate course of an old ticipatod in the invasions of Africa, tory, University of Florida following day, he led a flight Of !after such change occurs. This aprequested as necessary to its budget. river bed, with a view to its develop- Sicily, Italy ad France. Gainesville, Fla-Isovernor Mil-three planes in a low-level attack
The total gifts, by towns, were: Aul- 'floo in the interest of' Navigation, The meeting was well attended, lrd F. Caldwell the twventy-ninth w %hich dsstr oyod ertnmy tanks anid ar-pletoalrgsansgs18o45 .control, power, recreation, and despite the inclement weather,. even though registrants over age 37
cilia $13.0; Dton ; oit- gored vehicles, are not being inducted at the present
$2.00; Lloyd, $7.00; Monticello, $260.66 SAccounts of his inauguration on On 18 June he encountered a crip- time.
Wac'sa, $2.10; WaukeeaS, $2.00. c lJanuary 2, 1945, listed Governor Cald- pled ncny plane and so maneuvered
Miss Olive Ulmer is chairman and aththe h e o rLs.y wlas the state's twenty-ninth gov- that his tu'ret gunner was able to
I). M. Winans, treasurer, of the Mo n- Resumes aw rrid eonoru but histoins and public offi- shoot it down into the sea. The folticelo ponsrin comittR tions in theerc homers and inw the placec






























Trials are not in agreement as to the lowing day, 18 June, he assisted in inembers are Judge T. B. Bird, Dr'' Mr. and Mrso Robert Curtis left actual number of governors who have the deduction of another enemy
cetee withid ae tnna biger heart foreden





























J. B. Brinson, Mrs. Billie Bulloch, .recently for, Gai'nesville where lie has Foia Ce en a1 sei'ved the people of Florida in the 'plane. On Tinian he led an expert G o esFl
Miss Dorothy Bulloch, Judge S. D. enrolled in the law school at the Uni- 100 years. low-level bombing attack on enemy AAA Allotment
Clarke, Mrs. A. E. Cooper, Mrs. Ar- versity of Florida to complete his law Senator Charles 0 Andrews has J. To Watson, Attorney General (Continued on page 8)
thur W. Curtis, Mrs. N. S. Curtis, study, which was interrupted by his been informed by the Library of Con- 'of Florida, ]Knows of no official list____________Mrs. D. A. Finlayson, A. S. Grant, entry into the U. S. Army. gross that anr important exhibition of governors of the state, and is of Marketing quotas on 'flue-cured tosmalleenhtClblHodswhecorer teh195-46marktiwgyea































Mrs. J. B. Horne, F. A. Johnston, e dMr. Curtis, who was commissioned to commemorate the centenary of the opinion that a number of quesMrs. J. W. Pate, Mrs. L. R. Rainey, a lieutenant in the army, served 22 Florida's entrance into the Union tions must be determined before one Feb. Meeting Friday were announced by the War Food AdMrs. C. A. Simpson, Richard M. Simp- months in the Pacific theatre of op- will be presented by the Library and can be made. son. In Lloyd thesponsoring commit- orations, before receiving a medical is scheduled to Open on the aninivers-, Governor Caldwell is thle twenty- I--" Five percent of the national allot(continued on page 4) discharge. ary. day, March 3, 1945, continuing fifth man who has been elected gov-. The Waukeenah Home Demonstra- ments will be available for establish_______________________________________until June 1, 1945. The exhibition ernor of Florida and the twenty-ninth, tion Club met in the home Of Mrs. lag allotments for farms ont which no0 will be limited to material in the Li- manl who has exercised the executive Hightower Friday afternoon Febru,' tobacco has been grown in the past
~~~~~~~brary's collections anid it will trace 'pwrsnetesaewsamteory second. In the opening exercises five years. To be eligible for such
theyr entered Mrs. Arthur Watson, evrlsog er.s ng r. rs
































Interesting items of Jef- the history of Florida from its dis- to the Union in 1845. This is estab- an allotment either the farm operatferson County Boys anid covery by the Spandids until the listed historiceal knowledge, but Cald- ton Gramin read a selection Of or or the person who will grow the
patyanirs. Eerice Scitueandgsewgtweaediyt
































Service Col m1t heg well may be classified as the twenty- wrthreead Mrs. Psto oaccoil45 shall have had
Ine b h b f f twenty-sixth, twenty-seventh, prayer. co-growing experience in the past
nishd te Snatr b AcingLibar-twenty-eighth, twventy-ninth or thr-, After the roll call anid minutes five years, shall be living on the farm, Thle Sledgre family in Monticellob Lt. Wallace McLeod, of Fort Ben- i Luthe' H. Evans: ter- deedn on the farm for
Mrs. Roweno attendedg the party. ndlrel eenetoih fr o
































has recently received another short ning, Ga., is visiting his parents, Dr. "The exhibition will he divided into mination of several questions, was appointed to take charge of the his livelihood. message written by CoL Theodore' anid Mrs. N. W. McLeod in Aucilla two sections. In the rotunda on the He is the twenty-fifth gvernor, if next meeting. The topic will be bak- Applications for new farm allotSledge, who is a Japanese Prisoner of'andl his sister, Mrs. Clyde Sails here, second floor of the main building doc- only the men who were actually elect- lag pies. meats must be filed with the county
War and held in a prison camp on ---V mLments of Florida history will be d15- ed to the governorship are included.! The council delegate gave a very AAA committee prior to March 1,
Formosa Island. The card said mere- Lt. Win. M. Scruggs, Jr., has been played. A special showing of photo- William D. Bloxtham, however, was interesting talk on the council meet- 1945.
ly that he was well, but even that:, transferred from the Oliver General graphs pertaining to Florida will fill elected to the governorship twice and lag. Mrs. Hightower was appointed
mesgwith the current develop- Hospital, Augusta, to the Tuscaloosa the ground floor gallery, served from 1881 to 1885 anid againcarano'-1Clbgrs
meats in the Pacific, brings much Veterans Hospital, Tuscaloosa, Ala- "Among the colonial documents from 19to90. Acrig o'Members had anr exchange of garhope to his family and friends. hama, receiving treatment for injur- which the Library will exhibit are old United States precedent a man who 'dnse'n lwr ed n u- HEALTH IAT'
-V les received in a plane crash in Eng- maps and views of Florida made by serves a one consecutive period, no0 prise' stork shower was given Mrs.1 ~ V L
Chief Pharmacist Mate Paul Whit- land last summer. Mrs. Scruggs is European cartographers anid Print matter' the elapsed time of his ser- Loch, and she received many useful Dr. F. A. Brink ,!Direco
slker who is visiting his mother, Mrs. with her husband, and together they makers, manuscripts related to Do vice, is counted as one president, but and attractive gifts. WV. B. Whitaker in Tallahassee, spent plant to attend the graduation exer- Sato and othei' conquistadores, early a. nin who serves two non-conseru- 'the hostess served sandwiches, HOO0KWORM SURVEY
Thursday here with his aunt, Mrs. cises of the Baptist Hospital in Bir- (Continued on page 8) tive periods, as Grover Cleveland did, cookies and coffee.
Lamar Sledge anid other relatives. muiagham. Their sister-, Miss Mar-."-i one stoofca rsdns The annual testingr of school chilguerite Scruggs, a U. S. cadet nurseC On the basis of this precedent WiI- g dren for bookworms is now going on.
AMM 3/c Normia Adamns, WAVE, receives hem' R. N. degree tonight. All Stiar Ca tin hiam D. Bloxhain would. be listed as ik sUrges A m nApproximately half of the children in
arrived Wednesday from hiem station wVithce two governs of the state. rural sections are found to have
at the Pensacola Naval Air Station, Keith Clark, son of Mr .and Mrs. "Snc ou Went The National Cyclopaedia of Amner- O Frn hto Sa these parasites. Children residing in
to spend a few days with her parents, Ri E Clark, received his wings and ican Biography follows such a policy U. S o Pewered homes are found to be relaDr. and Mrs. E. B. Adams. commissionn as second lieutenant at un.-Monday (Continued on page 8) d Po e timely free of them.
w from the Blackland Army Air Field, Waco, Until sanitary conditions in the
CMM anid Mrs. C. L. Harrell, Jr., Texas, last Friday, and has arrived "Since You Went Away," showing Wahntn Feb 5-Seil-cut r mrvdcnieali
Repot Wshigto, Fb.hicSecilascoutyerenmprvefconideablto



































of Lake City spent the week end here for a furlough at home. Lt. Clark at the Kathrine Theatre at mid- So ard France should be given full oppor- is desirable to make this annual surwith Mr .and Mrs. C. L. Harrell, Sr. was a member of the 21st class Of night show Saturday and three shows tity to use its manpower in the do- vey and to give treatment to those
cadets to take advanced two-engine each Sunday and Monday, is a not- Thee was a seasonable run Of feat of Germany," said Congressman who need it. Because they are readOne of the most attractive souven- pilot instruction at the Blackland able film with an all-star cast. cattle and hogs at the weekly sale Bob Sikes in a speech before the ily accessible in groups the children irs that American soldiers will bring AAF. He attended the University of It marks the triumphal return of at thle Monticello Stock Yard MOP- House today. "The French have un- of school ae have a better opporhome from the war in Europe wasFlorida 1941-42. Shirley Temple and her first picture day, reports Manager J. N. Hawkins. limited mapowe and manyof their tuity to get this service than other
1,ecetivild this week by Miss Grace V_ since her child roles were discontin- Everything Sold strong to higher people are idle. We should provide children.
Ryan of Aucilla, from her brother: India.--Ondry M. Smith Sr., sonl of ued a few years ago. Jennifer Jones, than last week. Demand exceeds arms and equipment for them." it is a wise parent who sees to it
Staff Sergeant William M. Ryan. It Wesley C. Smith, Monticello, Florida, who was a sensational find in "The suIply. ; The Congressman stressed the manl- that children submit specimens and
is a set of six knives and forks, which has been promoted fronm Private First Song of Bernadette" proves hier ad- Best cattle here .,. 8 to 14.00 power shortage, in the United States, take their medicine if it is found are gold-plated and with rosewood Class to Technician Fifth Grade, it aptability in the role given her in Medium cows tion. 6 to 8.00 and said "France wants a bigger part necessary. The younger children and
handles. Both knives and forks are ihas bee nannounced by his command- ",Since You Went Away." Robert Best cows I. 8 to 13.00 lean people will take kindly to the any who are not in school may get
unusually small in size ,anid Of grace- Iing officer. Walker, who scored a hit as "Private IMedium & common cows .6 to 8.00 lean People will take kindly to the containers from the Health Unit offul design. They are unmarked ox- He has been in the army since 1944, Hargrove," scores another in this Buills . 6 to 11.00 philosophy that we must continue to fice and send the specimens indivicept for a small etched deer head and is a cook. In civilian life, he was ad is another new-coiner who makesI Calves .8 to 15.00 send American youths to the battle dually. which, appears on the blade of each aon insurance agent. His wife is re- continued progress in his screen car- 'No. 1 bogs 14.25 front because it is too difficult to Hokworm prevention is an importknife. siding at Monticello, Florida. coin. Claudette Colbert, 'Joseph Cot- INo. 2 hogs . . 14.25 train and equip the French." ant family function. It may be aclSgt. Ryan, the son of Mrs. E-Iza He has been in the India-Burma ten, Lionel Barrymno and Mont 'y INO. 3 h~gs ~ ~.14.25 '"The presence of more French comiplished with ease and little oxbeth Ryan, has been in service three theatre since October 1944, serving Woolley add to their may laurels in No. 4 hogs 12.95 troops on the front will lighten the pense. All that is necessary it to
year's, going overseas last October. with a unit of Engineer Division NO. the film. No. 5 hogs shp 12.35 load on Our own people. The sanction prevent soil pollution and the approvHe0 has been in combat in both France 1. This Division has been engaged Shows begin at the following hours: Light No. 5 hogs . 11.95 of American officialdom plums the in- ed sanitary unit, now become so popand Germany, anid when last heard in construction projects of great stra- Satum'day 11 P. M., Sunday 2:30: 5:24; Roughs .,. ,8 to 14.00 1genuity of Ameican enterprise can ular, is the simplest way to accomfrom wais located in France. tegical and tactical importance. 19:15. Monday 3:00; 5:54; 8:57. IFeeder pigs. .6 to 14.00 place them there." plish that purpose.






The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla., Friday. February 9, 1945


Regular Diary of the Life of a Girl's Dog




"A HELP WANTED
DW CA DN


Wmest of availability from their loe.] BRITISH AID IN PACIFIC idSt t Emplymiht SeEx-Representative Norris PoulsonFred Alle shelved
Ex-Represetative Noris Poulsonhis regular once-a-week program he- WATDFrtcasato mechic to
of California, Republican, returned ATE-is-casa
of aliorna, epulicn rturedcause the rigorous routine taxed his sare for fleet of trucks and buses. Prefer from London recently and refused h.
to Bu during on wee Aeoeh will take either. Extra good pay, permahe had learned there about British gien work. il last after w
andimpove tem ll Te HOOD, Supt. of Schools, Brunswick, Ga.
aid to the U. S. A. against Japan.
Finally, confronted with the detail nAGENTS WANTED
of a conversation in which he had toclickHerateatipotheha
partcipted Polsonadmtte tht ~for avoiding the gag files and for LADY WANTED in every community. both~ participated, Poulson admitted that o oshl
he trying a unique brand of microfun rural and city, to sell line
.necessities to her neighbors. Our line inwh had disclusedta ther acf war with original stuff . Ilenny Young- Flhdes such screitems as cheese and
with two influential members of the h under soap. Liberal commission. General
man' gagin isfunner hanit as roducts Company (U-3). Albany. Gorgia.
British parliament.
"Justwhatsortof hlp cn weever seemed before . The "Two "Just what sort of help can we
expect from you people once Ger- DEALER WANTED
many 'is knocked out?" Poulsonfrom the
many'isknoced ut? Pousonusua aenoosens. sa Delerhips now open for Big Boy vitam'asked them. i
"Well, we've got an army of over s. poultry equipment and ia m
tions may be forced to suspend the merchandise. Exclusive franchise lor sales
"Well, we'e got an amy of overround-the-clock (all night) recorded and sevc.ouete eltr yonno
7,000,000 Indians," one of the two .alling o farmer a por raiq noa
Britons replied. "You can have nfres n e.a
Brtos epid. "Yu anhve programs-if skilled technicians are well as produce dealers. feed and hardthem." .Vdatd twudsv lcrctwr trs ulo attm ai.Bt
them *,drafed.It wuldsaveeletrictyter dealer discounts. Old, reliable nation"Butyouknowperectl wel we4:, say Gov't execs, for both stations ially advertised firm, Write at once for de"But you know perfectly well we
cannot rely on them," Poulson saidcomprehensive salem cannt rly n tem,"Pousonsai tunier-inners. plan in the baby chick field today.
bluntly. "You'll be lucky if they ILrINI S HATCE oIS
don't fight against you; let alone The Magazines: Mr. Justice
fight for you against Japan." James F. Byrnes has turned out an HOBBIES
The Britisher admitted he, too, "Beau," the 8-months old Welsh Terrier playmate of little Mary Frances Matthias of Woodside, L. L, incisive blueprint via American
Thee Brtihe adite he tooN OBYA OM!N
was worried about the Indians, but N. Y., starts the day with a kiss Lower left, Beau is furnishedwith a babushka. Upper right, time for Magazine, which should s as an m or-MOT H o At HO No
added, "At any rate, there's a large tea, and Mary does the honors Lower right, after a hard day at play the two pals retire for the night, excellent guide for taking Congres- pie. Easy,,enjoyable pastime. netails25c.
am ofAsrlasadNew Zea- Mary does not care for dolls, finds that she has more enjoyment with her faithful pal, Beau. sional procedure out of its covered- Refundablea). LAURA DICKSON. 359 Maine
army of Australians and Blgewane CllgZeaenoo-S.C
landers." wagon rut and converting it into a
"In other words," countered Poul- legislative streamliner. This article
son, "you people here on the island is a model of constructive criticism. Variety in Movements
are going to pull out just as soon Army M aaria Control P o r m r ve Ef c ive . Harper's contains a plague-byas you can, leaving to your coloni- plague report of the Argentinazi No parts of a mechanism ever
als the responsibility for any aid we .
alstheresonsbilty or ny idwe "' maady .In Vogue, Harriet Van varied so greatly in rate of moveget in the Pacific." Home takes apart radio listening meant as two of the 93 dials of a
"That's about right," was the repl."ha'e abu riht, weas the wr gullibles who write letters of condo- clock completed in Belgium about
ply. "We've had five years of warsoap 1936.
here. That's enough."
here Tht'senogh. ~ ~opera dies. Difficult to believe that Although both are six inches in
Note-Despite congressional con- people with their mentality can diameter and controlled by the
cern, some high U. S. navy menw
are not enthusiastic about either
Briishor ussan elpaganstJa-President and the Press" in Collier's die of one requires 2o,000 years to Britishis a mst for editorialists, too. . make a complete revolution while pan. They feel U. S. forces can do
pan.The fee U.S. orce ca doThe Page 121 cartoon in Esquire the needle of the other moves
the job themselves.
thejobtheseles. shows two penguins looking at a de- around once a second, or 820 bilWhen the British wanted to send served shack marked "Byrd," with lion times faster.
a naval force to cooperate with the o
American fleet in the Philippines, W. pF
^.dmiral King objected and the Pres- him lat week!
[dent virtually had to overrule him.
Y* A",
***N
BRITISH TROOPS PROTECT Midtown Favorite: This one wil
GREEKS amaze his pals-not that Frank FarFor som resn h ew a rell would run from a fight, but none
For some reason the news was
suppressed in the United States, of us ever saw him in one. . He
but a very significant event took is better described as a mild guy
place in Salonika, Greece, during . Slim, good-looking and w al
the trouble between the British Like him very much. A Life
and he EM-ELS Greksartist (who drew a picture of Farand the EAM-ELAS Greeks.'i PICH S 00 GHNS
When the British ordered troops rell in action last year) told this
in Salonika to suppress the Greeks, story last night. Frank was pos- QUICKLY When chest muscles
the troops sided with the Greeks and ig for the artist, nonchalantly (with RELIEVED de to ad ro
refused to fire on them. a gun over his knees), in one of the Mentholatum Two vital actions
The troops were a garrison of the lo, South Pacific islands. Suddenly bring quick relief: (1) Mentholatum
British Indian army. The Indians Frank (Cap't, pod'n me, sir) Farrell stimulates surface circulation
threw their weight on the side of helping to loosen the tight
the ree oraniatio whch ittr- ~ ~ '~ ~~ ~'~i; i."Loatis at that over there!" .The muscles. (2) Soothing medicinal
the Greek organization which bitter-vpr ofr irttdmcu
ly opposed the return of King .ri looked across to the other side mas ofort iittmous
George, and which Churchill claims Lower left, American soldiers spraying sides of streams and checking for isolated pools that might of the atoll and saw nothing but Get Mentholatum. Jars, tubes, 301.
to be communist. There was no breed the deadly malaria mosquito in Corsica. Upper left, this A-20 bomber is laying a dust of paris green jungle. . But Frank had spotted rioting or bloodshed. The Indian over the swampland territory near 12th air force fields on the- island. Upper right, Corsican marshes are a camouflaged Jap. . Anid fired troops simply cooperated with the cleared by native laborers to eliminate the breeding place of the "Spotted Wing" mosquito, four-times in rapid succession.
Greeks. Later when Frank and the artist
Simultaneously Krishna Menon, walked over-they found four very
secretary of the India league, made Fighting 0r o P icar Tomorrow. dead Japs there. . Pretty good To relieve distressof MON
a speech in London attended by sev- shooting for an ex-Night Club editor.
eral members of the British parlia- F he Ieina lrD n
meant in which he praised the Th p te ed. oCller is flIndian troops in Salonika and said: pr asncitte Air o Co mmand Ld nab
"They go in their landlords' cars pod Is fams tle podi
and vote against him." in the Pacific for a 6 weeks' tour, pain and accompanying nervous,
The incident is considered ex- Paul Hunter, publisher of Lib- to tin tc
tremely important not only as . *it* says Marshall Field was inter wak, redut lings-whe due
it effects Greece, but as it ef- tested "about a year and a half ago" pound hpsobi upts
fects India and the Far East. the purchase of the weekly, Pinkham's Compound Is made
General Stilwell, when in the "but it never came to anything." especially for women-it helps naBurma theater, was reported bythe kind of medicine Burm thate, ws report b ~ Th recnt umos cme ritaff- to buyl Follow label directions.
U. S. Ambassador William Phil- cr. . Perfect name for a
lips as considering British-In- Motion Picture Herald's London LMFiU
dian troops mercenaries who movie embalmer is Peter Buriup N
would not put their hearts into Bing Crosby's top songs for 1945
any battle as long as India was are expected to be his recordings o
not given its independence. Cole Porter's "Begin the B

SECOND CALVIN COOLIDGE and "Night and Day." ill
SECON CALVN COOIDGEWylie ,was unimpressed by anitem In more ways than one, Harry Truman is like Calvin Coolidge. He were born on the same day van
comes from the same backwoods ears. Wylie was born on Ma DASH IN FEATHER
origin. He seldom makes speeches 12, 1902. His late broth .
on the senate floor. He is thrifty, same day in 1904, and his late hal
remembers the days when the drug- brother, Ted, on May 12, 1913.
store paid him $3 a week, ___But more than anything else Tru- The Grandest Canyon:
man has the same brand of Coolidge This is the before-and-after of how Faces About Town: Jimmy Du
political luck. The lightning hit Cal a plain, garden-variety U. S. army rate, in the ailing room between
first during the Boston police strike, broadcasts, prepares this financial
later when the party bosses in the dan or jeep of the future," report: Owe $50-you're a piker.
smoke filled room at the Blackstone of the 8th air force in Englan Owe $50,000-you're a businessman. Creomulsion relieves promptly behotel wanted a good composite vice using only salvaged material from Owe $50,000,000-you're a tycoon. cause it goes right to the seat of the
president to go with Harding. From left to right, upper, three naval fighters, Rear Adm. Frederick crashed-up jeeps and junk piles. A Owe $50,000,000,000-you're a guvv grmule hlen aid nature
The lightning struck Truman when Carl Sherman, Rear Adm. Gerald Francis Began and Rear Adm. Harold large number of the first-made jeeps mitiaod lytecon tor sootend phea d a, tnterin
Thet lihnn stuc Trma whenLodtecon oseh ndha a, edrn
his investigating committee hurtled Bushnell Sallada. Lower, left to right, Rear Adm. Joseph J. Clark and have already been offered for sale prince, near the City Center Theatre, flamed bronchial mucous memhim to fame, later when the Demo- Vice Adm. John S. McCain. These five admirals are writing new and to the public. Many servicemen unrecognized by autografters-who brakes. Tell your druggist to sell you
cratic bosses dining at the White glorious pages of American naval history, desire postwar jeeps, a bottle of Creomulsion with the unHouse decided that he was the com- were searching for him. In Reu- derstanding you must like the way it
Walace cadidte o rplae HnryBom sig t ant Drft bens, Frank Conville (the No. 1 man quickly allays the cough or you are
promise Accurate H t Nurses of the U.S.O. entertainers-three to have your money back.
Wallace. B m sgtA d cuae H t at uss rf
Tha isthemanwhohasassmedyears overseas) handing his butter CREAM ULSI10
That is the man who has assumed t iiina h ettbe h
the life insurance duties of vice pres- . wa makin a tod abu "o
ident of the United States. He willmoe i. s a Li-di ot
be worth watching.
bewothwachng diction pausing outside Theo- WNU-7 54
CAPIAL CAFFi "3 ~ ,te dome's to chat (in rich cockney) with
CAPITAL e rAFF a lonely-looking British tar. Ann
41 When Allied troops entered a
little Belgian town for the first time m
the local church warden climbed to
the carillon tower of the church and AM
the bells started to ring out "The Bou
Star-Spangled Banner." Next came . . W ream G is Th TeybKe
"God Save the King" and, finally,
"Swanee River."bits, improper ting a
a,
4L John Danaher of Connecticut, who M -its risk of exposure and it ccIMP" st, ofthkdnes. bey atreapt o thework
failed of reelection to the senate in of thr bey sran o teore
November, may get back here even late sales at a recent war bond rally over-taxed and tail to filter cess aid
though te lost out to Brien McMa-ad other impurities irom the life-givig at Satio WMC, Ms. Aeyertl blood.
hon. Connecticut law requires a
four-month notice before an election of Lincoln for auction. . Mrs. 1eadach, dizzin,-gti ap nights,
to replace the late Francis Ma- Davis sat in the audience with her tired, nervous, all wanot. ther signs
duhe.She stared at a soldier of kidney or bladder disorder are someloney can be held, and Republican times burning. any or too irequenl
Governor Ray Baldwin may name walking up and down the aisles. urination.
GovenorRayBalwinmaynam '~ ~,The daughter whispered: "Mother, Try Dean's Piusi. Dea's help the
Republican Danaher to serve in these body if you had one wish to make now, waste. They have had mrthnhalfa
interim, with Danaher also running Maj. William E. Smith, Hapeville, Ga., is seen with the Norden Maj. Gen. Norman T. Kirk, sur- what would it be? I'd wish," ctory of'public approval. Are recomin the election, bombsight with which he has accurately dropped 4,000 tons of bombs on geo general of the U. S. army, has said Mrs. Davis, "to see my son Ask V.,r .eighuoe
C1 Burma engineers have coined a enemy targets in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany. He is bom- asked congress for immediate pas- again. . A second or so later
new word to describe jungle trails. bardier of a U. S. army 9th air force, B-29 Marauder, with one of the best sage of a law authorizing the draft, the soldier walked toward Mrs. Da. A fairly good trail is described as records of accuracy among many excellent records. ing of nurses,
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FOEODsiBrhsi:"o r o et- They came in time to the town's JESUS AND THE TWELVE for coughs due to colds. It makes ft
FOREWORDsolBrtsad"Yuaetoetreal saving because it gives you about
Major Victor Joppolo, U. S. A., was a mental. main square s LESSON TEXT-Matthew 10:1. 5-8; 11:1.
good man. You will see that. It is the The Major said: "Maybe, but you azza Progresso. An o30 It never spoils, and tastes fine.
whole reason why I want you to know his will be the same when you get to they saw the building they were GOLDEN TEXT-Ye are my friends, if This is actually a surprisingly efd
story. t A o fco sam looking for. Ye do whatsoever I command you.-John festive, quick-acting cough relief.
"Nvr o e"TeewsaClock tower on the 15:14. ~ ,-' Promptly, you feel it taking hold. It
He was the Amgot officer of a smallloosens the phleg soothes the irriItalian town called Adano. He was more The Major looked toward the town left hand front corner. On top of for Christ has not always stated membranes and makes breathor less the American mayor after our in- and said: "Do you think it's safe the tower there was a metal frame' evies Ing easy. You'venever seen anything
vasion. now? ahc uthv endsge oi hudb es ths las better for prompt and pleasing results.
Amgot, as you know, stood for Allied ipesv and effective Pinex is a special compound of
M military Government Occupied Territory. ioqitihoul d s it a s le d Proven Ingredients, in concentrated
Miltay ovrnen Ocuie Trrtoy. "Then how do we go?" looked very old. But there Was no ci oitiontanti siitua pobtewer. God form, a most reliable Soothing agent
The authorities decided, shortly after the Borth Unfolded a map case de- bell, for throat and bronchial membranes
happenings of this stof-y, that the wordMoerfuddfItoantpas
hapenigsof hisstrytha te wrdliberately. He put a .freckled finger On the side of the clock tower big faltering thing that it often is, be-Moerfuddiitosntpae Amgot had an ugly Germanic sound, and
they heard that the two syllables of the on the celluloid cover and said: white letters said: "Il Pdpolo Itali- Tause f ou fl e t ay word, when taken separately, were Turkish "Here, by the Via Barrino as far as ano ha create col s Sangre limwords unmentionable in translation. So the Via of October Twenty-eight, pero, lo fecondera col sua lavoro e special significance, and yet it they decided to call it A.M.G. and forget and the Piazza is at the top of the lo difendera contra chiunque colls brings forth principles which have F=7 7 1
about the Occupied Territory. abaigo h evc fvr
abu teOcuie erior.Via of October Twenty-eight." sue armi."_N
That was later, though. When I knew "October Twenty-eight," the Ma- The Major pointed and said: "See, believer in Christ. him, Major oppolo was Amgot officer of jor said, "what is that, October Borth, even after our invasion it Adano, and he was good. says: 'The Italian people built the mission (10:
There were probably not any really bad "That's the date of Mussolini's Empire with their blood, will make r, t-e) v d p h. men in Am got, but there were some stupid march on Rome, in 1922," Borth it fruitful with their work and will Te twlvesle s haoth od already. Knitted Baby Set ones (and still are, even though the Turkish said. "It is the day when Musso- defend it against anyone with their embarrassment has been taken care of). lini thinks he began to be a big arms.' Now they were to be prepared for HIS
You see, the theories about administering Borth said: "I know you can read the service which was ahead. It fits any size baby-the ribbe
occupied territories all turned out to be o. Itlin So can g. Dn tefn
just theories, and in fact the thing which
determined whether we Americans would They started walking. The Ma- for Borth." empowerment for service, in the bonnet. The little six-inch
be successful in that toughest of all jobs jor said: "I have lost all count, so The Major said: "I know, but God calls men today to serve Him, mittens are as pretty as they are was nothing more or less than the qlfality what is today?" think of how that sounds today." warm. Use soft pink, pale blue or
,of the men who did the administering. "July tenth." Borth said: "It sounds silly# in which every Christian is called to white baby wool for the set.
That is why I think it is important for "We will call it the Via of July sure." serve. Let no one try to excuse himyoutoknw aou Mjo Jopoo.He asTe."The Major said: "If they had seen self from that responsibility and o otheaibbe onnlete nditt ns(atin 01
you to know about Major Joppolo. He wasTe.Itr,
a god an thug wek n crtin t- "So you're renaming the streets any fruit of their work, they would privilege. eora No. 5820)bed 16ent ind oittn, your. St teart Dreco ens
good man, though weak in certain at, fte.cm
tractive, human ways, and what he did and r o 80 ed1 et nci orsa
rcie hmnwy, n htheddadalready. Next you'll be raising mon- have fought with their arms. I bet To some comes a special call to lame, address and the Pattern num ber "Stil"Bo"d ftvt
what he was not able to do in Adano rep.* ut o
whaethed was mntube wtooi Adeiaorp uments, Major Joppolo, first to an we could teach them to want to de- leave their accustomed daily work Sand Your order to: Colsho e
resented in miniature what America can and cannot do inErp.Sneheap- unknown soldier, then to yourself. fend what they have. I want to do and launch out into a broader serv- SEWaN ChiCLE TEELEWRK14&
ndcnodoin Europe. Since he hp.*c o hit hnta ie EIGCRL EDEOKPWE
pened to be a good man, his works repre. I don't trust you men who are so so much here, Borth." ism
seated the best of the possibilities. Both said: "That sounds silly comes, we may go forth with the 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, M.
America is the international country. too. Remember the alley, clean up assurance that the power of a divine Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
Major Joppolo was an Italian-American the alleyway, sir, it is the alley that Saviour goes with us. The twelve No. DON'T SUFFER
going to work in Italy. Our army has you ought to concentrate on." disciples had some special powers
Y slaswhich we do not have and do not Nam with colds' muscle hes and sore thoat
Yu osasadFecmnedAsrasThe Major walked across the Pi- need. God suits the power to the Address Take St. Joseph Aspirin for quick relief.
and Czechs and Norwegians in it, and World's largest seller at 10. Big 100 tab.
everywhere our army goes in Europe, a azz ut h bi b ack do ft need, and that means that in every let size only 354 Get St. Joseph Aspirin.
raw can turn to the private beside him circumstance we may look to Him
and$ took a piece of chalk out of his with assurance, and go on.frie
aon a:"eMc ha'lhsfrie pocket, and wrote on a panel of the One of our difficulties in dealing
saying. How much does he want for that 1 d "
bwsch of grapes?" And Mac will be abledoUSA AMGor Townof Aajor ith we inter th tig of the
to translate.
The both men went inside and realm of the spirit by physical standHa up some marble stairs, looking all yards and measurements. Wca CHATER I around them as they climbed. They quick to say "I cannot" on the basis
took a turn and went through a of our logical human reasoning,




Invasion had come to the town of door marked Podesta. The office on Fleischman's yellow label
Idna then Via Calabriaio in another Adn.the other side of that door took Vie- of God which is operative on our t t'elil those t1ttiaW
part ofpo' townh awy party oftheecrp


An American corporal ran tautly behalf would make us say with con- theposalong the dirty Via Favemi andi at - -In the first place, it was so very fidence, "I can." But, sadly enough, u' WEAT ROLLS a


the corner he threw himself don big. It must have been seventy having lefy God o oeat
insid thein town, cause them to fallkn-Ick lesu Grla
He made certain arrangements with feet long and thirty feet wide. The ing, we find that it is indeed true r et flour
his light machine gun and then ceiling was high, and the floor was that we cannot. 2 CUP whatfu
wol happennsmltd.hotei
turned and beckoned to his friends Serving Christ means doing so in sugar Ce coolm-potn




sibry ofgh morta hehlla oeooingF abePo hal
to come forward. Say," said Major Joppolo, "this wasc p it mrl enor
2cr d They were outsse of touch with hoe e

thei unit., They didh not knowe the1/ esposa i al;co ar adba
atIn They weClarea naother b-ky"lse O ualeAd afte o nr
/ectiveus. Nothing less will do! Nothing thd add cand til deSO stma flour, dough
not"Looks like that office of Musso- more is needed! to f Part of town, a party of three crept -! lini's," Borth s~ld. "Come to think I.Dcaea ivn Rvltonntlemo in dedouh nea rise









unttlwhat waangoinetonsinitheltown forward like cats. An explosion, poon. 11 easlar h db avout horad.
tl, o h mothe t o e Adno, tance to the north but apparently responsibility 1 a an oven a




mesegeei acegttngmchreurane
butit be okay with you to be a Musso- and importance are largely deterinv a- aO
isideth t ase te to fa the mes- w i n
fiatitohei bsplas o ds. Theyt "Cut the kidding," the Major said, sage he has to convey. Particularly bu20mnes a
waited oheirblistosewa, "Let's look around." is that true where the message must








ou ton f t sulphurpeoadin
They went out through the white pass through his personality and thus




from ~ ~ duke thfldnggnwy omC
An entire platoon dukerroeU' door at the end of the room and be proclaimed. The nations of the

grave to grave in the Capucin Cem- walked through several offices, all earth choose their Most able men






eBrtih othe ai l oveerognt, ewr ho onthe hlvoon g of which were crowded with desks to be their ambassadors nd graty
t e i o wand files and bookcases. The files the full power.








ovaead. Tohed thre pal of tu hishi ad the et had not been emptied or even dis
thi"I don't trust you men who are turned. "Good," said Bort, 'list messenger for God is that we carry
situation. They were near their ob. so sentimental." of names, every one registered and no ordinary communication. What 141











poloiv, whc ha bee named cseno
nctiva which, wa the rocky c all their records. It'll be easy for we have to present is











Adano representing Amgot Heov was Sa of u he t t eand have too damn s here."
out what was going on in the town much conscience." Thet Maoiad Watadfe-l masaorn couldg posiby erhv--i4-k












darkh skinr ofid hisa paens whofwere
before they moved on. "Cut the kidding," the Major said. ence between my office and these to cmsarr. coul Possibl hae












Italians~~t frmaearloene.H
All through the town of Adano, There was an echo in the way he oe It c












fulrs but his eyes were int ns andhl re n e va t f'
Americans were like this. They said it, as if he were a boy having All Borth said was: "Your of- god were not getting much resistance, been called wop by others in school. fice?", trog Jeus Christ, have Fleischmann's Famous Recipe Book in e artime Editiln
t hesom ething direct from the throne of L oC p ad p t on p ey
tdn an s the ir is t in va-e i n s o the g l mae a f W hen the tw o w ent back into the G od. H e has revealed it (v. 25), post crd for y ur tnhe
ai collar, an big office there was an Italian there, and it seemed good in His sight to the2 copy of N m
good one Atorthtf thad v olun tthe
muts es e f toh He hoat town bee hiding in the give it to those who had the childlike Bakt." Doe f eay Address.
ofth ulhr ding creo e ir ey bldn.He was a aSmal man, wit faith to believe Him. deiesr AdressdStandard
at a with running off the Via of October Twen- a shiny linen office coat on, wit hist Gdsrvlto ishde fomB Ad Inoroatdr
jetties ajrthe port h Major fea;rand Cnral ae,
brief case under his arm stepped ty-eight, the two men came on a collar buttoned but no tie, those who are wise in their own con- of7, wYr1, Nox














Hungria parentage andan hee hadenV 7,NwYrk1,N Ynn
lived masdny plaena Budaest re the hd angilThe small Italian gave the Fascist ceits who are too proud to come b
No. 9488, and he seemed to be whol- dressed in black. Her right leg was salute'and with an eager face said way y a f T















been auilt corepndn fort Pester
ly calm, blown off and the flies for some rea- m Italian: "Welcome to the Amen- God, some of the wise and mighty
"Borth," he said to the sergeant son preferred the dark sticky pool of cans! Live Roosevelt! How glad I of this world have been willing to woe blood and dst to her stump. am that you have arrived. For become as little children and learn
"hos iflowed li, onto he je "Awful," the Major said, for al- many years I have hated the Fa- at the feet of Jesus.
I hisisie oemdting" home hw bet though the blood was not yet dry, cists." The encouraging thing about it is
over and touched the palm of his nevertheless there was already a The Major said in Italian: "Who that the door is open to the aimhand to the jetty then dusted his beginning of a sweet but vomitous are you?" pleat believer to trust God, to take
alodor. "It's a hell of a note," he The little man said: "Zito Giu- the revelation of God's truth in His
Tso f l n hs wod pats, said, "that we had to do that to our seppe. I have been well known as word, and give it out with grace and
Thi was a ic friends." anti-Fascist."














and ano enlstd maen bym choice. Toer il wha d ee n nae snor "Friends," said Borth, "that's a Major Joppolo said: "What do ha. Extend a Divine Invitation civil a ff arnsd of ic e o H e w n o la u g h y o u d o ?"job8















th e w arn toem m ak e p eopl t ak e th e m -1 : 8a danBrt st "Yot te ton ke Zito said: "I greet the Ameha- "Come"-what a blessed word for
dark m n of mdim haeit, wh te her," the Major said. "They weren't cans." the needy and sinful! They are not
our enemies. My mother's mother Borth said in an Italian which to be shut out by their sin, nor to be
must have been like her. It wasn't was heavily accented: "Idiot, what The
the poor ones like her, it was the was your job before the disembark
round ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n said "Do youek thinkd it'sr safe oean hivttini















































bunch up there where we're going, tion?" to come. Why not respond?
ful but his eyes were intense and those crooks in the City Hall." Zito said: "Zito Giovanni, usher T hmaete ocmT
Borth. unole aho map case de-oeT
liberately He put abu freklerfige














































on "Be careful," Borth said, and his in the Palazzo di Citta, native of Jesus. There are times when men "Here bygen theh Via Barin asefrna














































Theserge antM.P wiho was Leon- face showed that he was teasing the Adano." can help us, when friends or church
Major again. e o o he"You were officers or the pastor can give us an
in~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~i ofrg Octbe Twtr f euiyn"o'enty-igt"ae MjrJop ad













































your office in the City Hall. Be the usher here?"
Adano: he was to help weed out the careful you don't get to be a crook "Every day from eight to eight.' curaitig nt Butd ofcornsalvain, fornbaod ItaliaBsran mak voun d oo the oo "Why did You work for the Fa- a real lifting of the burden from the
god months arth hadvolunteered "Lay o the Major said. cists if You hated them?" shoulders of those "that labor andMusoin'
tb the frarh s : R dn' t or "I have hated them many years, are heavy laden," there is no one
withtheMajo. Brthhad o far;conscience, Sir, I'm appointing my- I am well known as anti-Fascist, like Jesus. . .
hesad caIt isou theing days hen Musso
H waofsl aithnksht ea ob i













































Hencardn autnthig, adhewso efassatcncec. I have lived under a great suspi- We are privileged to invite people
.had "Lay off," the Major said, and on." to Jesus, knowing that if they
lived many places-in Budapest, there was that echo. The Major said: "Usher, I love "learn" of Him (v. 29), they will
where he had taken pre-medical Borth said: "Maybe it was a the truth, you will find that out. If not only have their loads lifted and
beenW wil callsonen it thea Viaof ul
Ten."~enGa












































b~e acoresondntfor Pester Better forget the house and concern serious trouble. Do not lie to me. ed yoke, fellowship with Him inlf
Lloy"So yo'r renaming ther streetsfif











































yourself with that." He pointed into If you were a Fascist, you were a and service. worked in a travel agency, in Mar- an alley at some straw and melon Fascist. There is no need to lie." an is a w e or a ks. ng gently wari.
seille, where he bad been secretary seeds and old chicken guts and flies. Zito said: "One had to eat, one lf. is the meanin of B eyctls syodtor about eam in.
to~~~~~~~~ arcexotrinBsoweeAdo' trust yout men who arein so10-a csatkywdotraottefmu an











































to aric exortr, n Boton whre ntiBorth added: "No question of had to earn a living. I have Six easys" in verse 30. It is not alwaysreevnantmthlaicatanmnhoBn-y
hed had ben San rportercor ther he guilty sorehn not gt there, Mjr chlen"easy to serve Christ, but being yoked contains up to 21/2 times more of these ingredients than
ald adins Snl Franciso whes the utsmtignogtcen You've Major Joppolo said: "So you were with Him in a kindly fellowship five other widely offered rub-ins. Get genuine Ben-Gay!
sai raio. Sil hewasles tangot some business in that alley, not a Fascist. Now you will have to of service makes the burden light.
andty aHe was an American citizen in that house there." learn to live in a democracy. Yo) The world is full of tired and disnenlisted man by choice. To "I know my business, I know what will be my usher." courage people. We who know
him whole war was a cynical I want to do, I know what it's like The little Zito was delighted. Christ have the adequate answer to
Joke, and he considered his job i C to be poor, Borth." The Major said: "Do not salute their need. Shall we not go in His
the war to make people take them- Borth was silent. He found the me that way." name to present the truth to them
selves less seriously. seriousness of this Major Joppolo Zito bowed and said: "The fascist and invite them to come to Christ?
When the MA4or touched Italian something hard to penetrate, salute, no Sir."
(TO BE CONTINUJn








lOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945

THE MONTICEllO NEWS tests church served lunch to the 62 "The total contributions for the ing the ceremony with prayer and SE ; W of CLASSIFIED ADS
THE visO N Spresent. entire state for 1944 were the largest thanks for their safety and return. NE1/1 of SWy4
The program for the afternoon was that we have received since the spon- Memorial services will also be held as per Tax Deed WRITE for 1945 prices on baby
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY as follows: scoring committee idea was developed for Cleveland Johnson who was killed Book C Page 147 19 IN 6E 201/, chicks, New .Hampshiresi Barred MONTICELLO ADVERTISER Song: "Lead On, 0 King Eternal." several years ago," said Mr. Fagg. in action overseas as a member of EPar lioll t t Rocks, Wyandotts. Book your orEstablished 1869 Devotional-Mrs. T. H. Meeks, past "Only a very few committees failed the armed forces. Monticello. der now for baby turkeys, bloodMONTICELLO CONSTITUTION president of W.M.U. to raise their quotas for the past The white friends of the church are W. Pt. of Lot 16 tested, broadbreasted Bronze direct
Established 1873 Special music by qcartet from year, and many went way over the invited to attend, a reserved section Parkhill Add. to from Texas. Hatches weekly.
Changed to Madison, a duet from Foley. top with the result that our Society Monticello, Stever's Hatchery, Live Oak Fla. tf
MONTICELLO NEWS-190S State Convention plans and ideals, was able to pay all debts ,obligations of seats being available to them. Lot 20 Parkhill
by Rev. Paul Hendry. and deficits and have enough to pro- -_____~ Add. to Monticello. FOR SALE- Improved chewing
byRe. au Hndy.ILot 19 Ex NW Cane, 3 cents per stal;as o
KEATHLEY BOWDEN The meeting was dismissed at 3:30 vide for our big family of homeless Cor. Parkhill Add. 762 syrup cane, 1 cent per stalk,
Editor to meet with Pine Grove W.M.S. on youngsters for the entire month of BefOre SCurng O to Town of Mon- buyer to strip and load, or 1% ats.
Entered at Monticello Post Office I 2h J ar 1945. gr ticello. per stalk loaded. Lott Brothers
as Mail matter of the Second Class We are deeply grateful to everyCar Farm, Lloyd, Fla. 2-15-p
__p_______rce___e__ngSgroup and individual who has given lorida Land &
Tlpoe---------3,,Baptist Circle Meetings groupac ao Add.___________Telephone . 138-R even the smallest amount 'in money see "RED" Abstract Co. Add. FOR SALE-Matched pair mules, 5
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION Circle No. 1 si, with Mrs. Billie ndtoh he DON BRANNEN t o Mon keo. years old, also harness. See or write
News Building Dogwood Street CiceN.1me r.Bli fine men and women, 2301) of them, D N B AE Florida Land & Ralph Utley, Monticello. 2tc
News__Building__Dogwood___Street Bulloch with 11 members present. who are our sponsors all over Flor- at abstract Co.dAd.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Chick with 10 members and 1 new ___________Frank Homner Gaaeiconvenient to school. Mrs. J.
SUSRPINRTS Circle No. 2 rnetmwith Mrs. A. L. ida." Frank____Horner___Garage to Monticello. WANTED-Houses toorent orsbuy
One Year ---------------$2.00 member present. TRU rTEEg OF TITE INTE':NAL Flewellen, Box 311, Monticello. 2t
Six Months-------1.00 Circle No. 3 met with Mrs. Ola Colored Church Will .'FATH 0,' 1Fh D FEDAI cmlaewihHueBl1
Hughes with 13 members present. NOTICE By <'LYIDE I. SAULJ. In compliance with House Bill 1175,
is Circle No. 4 met with Mrs. YoU i Agent Tlustes 1. Fund .e- Chapter 20953, laws of Florida 1941.
District W.M.U. Meets Cnvell Honor Roll Jefferson County, Florida. Febr-N person Count Monticello Grocery Company. T. L.
with 7 members present. a rson 1945. No. 34 Feb 9 Bullock and A. M. Patterson, Owners.
At Aucilla Church Circle No. 5 met with Mrs. R. H. A Jubilee Singing program Monday Notice is hereby given that pursuant te Cntyf No. 33. Feb 9-16-23 Mar, 2-9
Gellmgwith_14_membespresent to section 9 of Chalter 18296, 1aws of In ounty dge's Court of Jef
Getting with 14 members present. evening at 8 P. M. February 12, it Florid,. Acts of 1917, known as the ferson County, Florida. The Middle Florida Associational All the circles will meet at the the Fellowship Baptist Church, Mon- urply Aclt, the follewing described In the Estate of: ticelo, h a'ied Ini tale Estt of:loucy o QUICK~ 1FELIEF FROM
church next Monday, February 12th ticello, is announced by Julia Bozel i teefersoneCont, Floridt, xi W. W. Whitmore, deceased. Symptoms of Distress Arising from
Womular Miarterly lyUnion heditwith Mrs. 01a Hughes in charge of man, president of Church Club. The the highest and best cash bid, subject N
regular quarterly rally at Central the program. o r of the i eTrties o the In- NOTICE TO CREDITORS STOMACH ULCERS
Baptit Chrch n Auillaon Jn- ___________ hoor. oll f colred embes ofthe ee nJ 110)1 uemen Ftiid t rejct an eac of ou aetheeby UE T
Baptist Church in Aucilla on Jan-R Armed Forces World War le front uh and all bids, at the Courthouse, You d eacq d tou ehereb D EXCESS ACID
uary 30th. LOSERS MUST WAIT 60 DAYS FOR hoegtnng a[i 11:00 'lokA. 'A., 0onotfe an require toprsntanD
The meeting opened at 10:30 with' REPLACEMENT RATION BOOKS the 12th day of March 1945. Ease- claims and demands which you, or FreeBookTellsofHomeTreatmentthat
the president, Mrs. J. A, Zipperer, _-_ ___ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ wide Vwill he reserved from any Parcel either of you, may have against the Must Help or itWIl CostYou Nothing
Madison, presiding. The theme of the It will be wise for everyone to be though ahich there is co existing estate of W. W. Whitmore, deceased, Overtwo million bottlesof the WILLARD
Stat(. itod 'ad as to ]lnd in composielteo ia onyAioat h TflEATNENThave been sold forrellefot
program was "Enduring Strength." careful not to lose their ration books, lracts of 10 beres or more. title to on late of Pima County, Arizona, to the T TE a n fo o
The morning devotional was ably con- as considerable trouble will be saved Subscribe to halt of all netroleun and three-fourths County Judge of Jefferson CountY, and Duodenal Ulcers due to Excess Acidh
of )ther iner .als, will lhe rellerd 'Florida, at his office in the Court Poor Digestion. Sour or Upset Stomach, ducted by Dr. W. A. Burns, pastor of both the book holder and the ration Soesriton see. Twp. R. acres house at Monticello, Florida, within GasIne, eartbn, leeplss ac,
Central Church. A.fie.Lt 1 5 1 huea otclo lrda ihnIGsies erbrsepeses t.
l rc h.zn i es. W o ef The Monticello News 67, eig 7c in eight calendar months from the date du to Ec I Sol s e da
In recognizing visitors and minis F. W. Carroll, chief clerk of the Lloyd 22 IN 3E of the first publication of this notice, explains this treatment-free-a
ters it was noted that pastors from war price and rationing board, makes NE Pt. Lot 54 Each claim or demand must be in B. W. Johnson & Son Drug Store
Greenville, Foley, Pine Grove and this announcement: "OPA has ruled ,,_ ,--'-------~~~ Lloyd 22 IN 3E writing and must state the place of
Aucilla Baptist Chiurches were pres- that the local war price and rationing W. & S. Pt. Lot residence and post-office address of go m::*s A AW -.A'
ent. board cannot issue replacements on Live Stock Auction Sale 54. Lot 56 Lloyd 22 IN 3E Ithe claimant, his agent or attorney,
During the business session reports lost ration books within a period of In SE Pt. of SEV ing to law REAL ESTATE
were given on the work for the past 60 days after application except in Bring og W & / This 2n day of February, A. D. If you Wat a farm
three months. The president and emergency cases. The public will of NW as per DB "UU Page 1945.
several pastors reported the fine time please take notice." 451 26 1N 4E 1 STELLA E. WHITMORE, a house, or some land
they had in Jacksonville Jan. 22-25 MONTICELLO STOCK YARD In SE Cor. of W% Executrix of the last will and see
at the state convention. I W.S.C.S. To Meet Auction every Monday, and get of NW1/ as per testament of W. W. Whitmore, T. J. MARTIN
The Madison W. M. U. furnished_ D.B. U Pages 46 deceased. REAL ESTATE BROKER
s highest market prices. Sale & 47 .- 26 IN 4E 1 First publication hereof Monticello Florida
special music for the day. ar 2nd, 1945.lo loid
R The Womans Society of Christian I starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock In NW Cor. of ary 2nd, 1945.
Rev. C. P. Martin, Foley, delivered Service will meet on February 12th Yards. J. N. Hawkins, Mgr. E/, of NE% of No. 32. Feb 2-9-16-28 g* y
the inspire aional sermon before The at 4 o'clock in the Men's Class room I
of the Methodist Church. Those who
wish to be a part of the crusade
I NNNNgaNagaagaNEEE-Wprayer group, meet at 3:45 o'clock
I I on the same date.

When in Need of- Society Receives
When (Contmued from page 1)
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SIMMONS CITY DRUG STORE new brownout order of the WPB to electric users is not concerned with milHEAD'S CASH DRUG STORE
-_ __ __ __ __- _- ~itary security. It is for conservation of vital fuels and is effective 24 hours

of every day, starting February 1.


It is necessary to conserve fuels. One of necessary for conduct of business of
M U L E S the ways is by eliminating or reducing outdoor establishments.
certain types of lighting at all times of 3-Outdoor decorative and outdoor orna.

Trade or Sell - Cash or Credit the day or night. mental lighting.
There is no shortage of electric power. 4-Show window lighting except where
There is no fear of lighting silhouetting necessary for interior illumination.
ships for eneny submarines, no serving 5-Marquee lighting in excess of 60 watts
as beacons to enemy planes. This WPB for each marquee.
order seeks to save coal and other vital -White way street lighting in excess of
fuels by reducing or eliminating some elec- the amount determined by local public
tric lighting.
triclighingauthority to be necessary for public
The types of lighting specifically affected safety.
are according to the order as follows: 7-Outdoor sign lighting except for direc-Outdoor advertising and outdoor pro.ising t
I-Oudoo adertiingandoutdor ro.more than 60 watts per establishment, Hrmotional lighting. for doctors and for hotels, and other
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS FIVE

Series of Parties Recent Bride is Honoree' Local Cadet Nurse Simpson-Young

Will Compliment At Shower Friday Night Receives Degree Monticello friends of Lieutenant

Pate Brde-EectJohn A. Simpson, son of C. A. SimpSocial A ctivities Miss Pate, Bride-Elect .Ms ilimT c:ns h Miss Marguerite Scruggs, daughter JhoMm o snl ~~ts
1 1 ___ Miss ~~~~Mrs. William T. McManus, who issMrurt cugduhe son of Monticello, will be interested
prior to her marriage New Year's of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Scruggs, Sr., to read the following account of his
Much interest is centered on the Day was Miss Pallie Mae Mash, was of Monticello, will receive her R. N. wedding which took place December engag-n and approaching mar- the recipient of a miscellaneous show- at graduation exercises of the Baptist 9th in Alameda, California, where he
Senator S. D. Clarke spent several Mrs. W. D. Byrd returned last week riage of Miss Josephine Davis Pate, er given at the Womans Club Friday Hospital School of Nursing, in Bir- is stationed as an officer in the U. S. days this week on a business trip in | from Meigs, Ga., where she was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. evening. The hostesses were Mrs. mingham, Alabama, Friday evening, Coast Guard:
South Florida. called by the death of her sister, Mrs. Pate of Monticello and Lieutenant S. C. Walker, Mrs. 0. R. Hamrick, February 9th. The exercises are be- At a simple wedding ceremony perFrank McFarland. John C. Anderson, son of Mrs. John Mrs. W. D. Byrd, Mrs. Charles B. ing held in the Ensley Baptist Church formed Saturday evening in the First
Mayor and Mrs. W. Powell of L. Anderson and the late Mr. Ander- Thomson and Mrs. Kenneth Reed. in Birmingham. Presbyterian Church, Miss Virginia
Thomasville were guests Sunday eve- Mrs. Erskine Landis of DeLand, son of Monticello. The spacious room was effectively Miss Scruggs attended the school Rose Young exchanged nuptial vows
ring of Judge and Mrs. Tom B. Bird. Miss Claire Bowen and Mrs. George Miss Pate attended the Monticello decorated with arrangements of mag- of nursing as a U. S. Army Cadet with Lieutenant John A. Simpson, U.
Weems of Tallahassee were visitors High School and the Florida State nolia leaves, flowering quince and Nurse. She had three months' spec- S. Coast Guard.
L. A. Delp of Leon Tung Orchards here Monday afternoon. College for Women, and is a member narcissus. The table from which re- ial training at Charity Hospital for The 8 o'clock ceremony was percompany spent several days last week of Kappa Delta sorority. She has freshments of cake and punch were two months at Vanderbilt University formed by Rev. John Glasse in the
in Jacksonville. He made the round* Mrs. C. Hallett of Carson City, been employed as hostess by the Del- served, was covered with a lace cloth Hospital. presence of intimate friends.
trip by plane. Michigan, who is visiting her sister ta Air Line, in Atlanta. and was centered with an arrange- Mr. and Mrs. Scruggs left yester- Preceding the ceremony Ralph
Mrs. L. R. Rainey, here, has gone to Lt. Anderson recently returned ment of chandeleri camellias and on day to attend the graduation exercis- Thompson sang, "I .ove You Truly" Mrs. W. C. Clark of Monticello and Miami for a week's stay. from the European theater of war either side four silver candlesticks es of their daughter. Lt. and Mrs. and "Because," with Miss Eleanor
Mrs. Tom Jones of Lloyd were visit- -- and wears the Air Medal and the held lighted white candles. W. M. Scruggs, Jr., of Tuscaloosa, Messinger at the organ.
ors in Thomasville and Moultrie, Ga., Miss Mary Budd Holmes of Jack- Purple Heart, the latter for injuries Mrs. 0. R. Hamrick presided at the will also be present at the exercises. The bride was charming in a gown
last Tuesday. sonville stopped in Monticello, Sun- I recetwed on his 34th bombing mission. ptuch bowl at one end of the table. of white slipper satin with full length day for a short visit with her parents Lt. Anderson is now being proces- Mrs. W. L. Hankins was in charge f train, and her veil, edged with lace,
Miss Josephine Pate arrived last Rev. and Mrs. Henry Holmes. sed at the Miami Distribution Center, of the guest book. Parties Complimenting was held in place with ostrich tips.
Wednesday night from Atlanta for a and plans for the wedding are con- During the evening Mrs. McManus Miss Pate Her bouquet was a sheaf of calla
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Erima Lou Brown of Talla- tingent upon his assignment by the was called to the door to sign for sev- Josephine lilies.
Joe W. Pate. hassee attended the meeting of the Army. eral large express packages. These Her only attendant was Miss Julia
1 Order of the Eastern Star here Tues- The first of a series of parties com- contained the shower gifts, which Miss Josephine Pate, popular bride-Smithies, wearing brocaded blue satin Mrs. Pearl Carroll of Lamont is day night and was the supper guest plimenting Miss Pate since her en- were opened by the honor guest and elect, with members of her wedding and carrying red roses. spending some time visiting Mr. and of Miss Lilla Gilbert. gagement was made known, was the her mother, Mrs. Arthur Mash. The party and a few intimate friends,hwas Mrs. H. R. Gould of Ketchikan, Mrs. S. H. Brasvell in their home on i tea and miscellaneous shower given cards and verses were read by Mrs. complimented with a delightful Alaska, grandmother of the bride,
the Grooverville road. Lieut Keith Clark, who recently re- by Mrs. L. R. Rainey and her daugh- Tom M. Braswell. luncheon given by Mrs. Tom LhClarke was present for the occasion. She
ceived his commission in the U. S. ter, Mrs. Sanford Rissman, at their: During the evening a delightful Jr., in her home on Watleenah street wore black crepe, trimmed with aqua,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Rudolph Ham-* Army Air Corps in Waco, Texas, is home Thursday afternoon. program of music was rendered by Saturday. and a corsage of yellow roses.
rick arrived here recently from Camp spending a two weeks' furlough here lThe home was attractively dcorat- Miss Joyce Cooper, pianist. The giving an ng rooms wr Standing with the groom was his
Swift, Texas, to visit the former's with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. ed with arrangements of flowering, Among the guests were Mrs. Syd- lovely wi arrangements o w father, C. A. Simpson of Monticello,
parents, Dr. and Mrs. 0. R. Hamrick. Clark. I quince in blue vases, which were used I ney Coxetter, Mrs. George Coxetter camellias, primroses and sprays of Florida.
Miss Sallie Puieston spent Thurs- in the living room, and potted plants and Mrs. Ervin Bush of Lloyd and plum blossoms. Mvrs. Clarke present- Serving as ushers were Petty ofMr. and Mrs. S. L. Scruggs of daylin Quin Phonsh e edd and camellias, which were arranged Mrs. Rudolph Hamrick of Thomas- ed Miss Pate with china in her chosen ficers W. E. Green of the Coast Guard
Gainesville were guests of Mr. and district meeting of the welfare board. in the reception hall. ville, Ga. patten and E. W. Roberts of the U. S. Navy.
Mrs. W. M. Scruggs, Monday night. She will leave Saturday for Atlanta, Miss Pate, who is an air line host- Those enjoying the occasion with Following the ceremony a recepThey were en route to Tallahassee Ga., to visit her brother and sister-in- ess, received a shower of beautiful M W. Pate M John L. Andere tion was held at the home of Dr and
and Pensacola. law, Mr. and Mrs. John Puleston and gifts, which were presented in a Visitors Honored Mrs. Js W.aPate, Mrs. Ger- Mrs. Harold Smithies on Dayton AveMrs. Charles Puleston. .miniature airplane brought in by Em- son, Miss Emmrata Pate, Mrs. George true. The rooms of the house viere
Miss Phyllis Parramore of Madison;MmaChrlughes, wessed innh With Afternoon Tea Milis, Mrs. James R. Cooksey, Mrs. beutif eca chhite re
Sunday herees aso the Madisonn'he Hewlett Anderson, Mrs. Sanford Risl- seantheumsy deoad wit sht c and
spent Sudyhr steguest of IMrs. Henry Holmes spent last week [uniform of an air hostess and Bill snhmm n ht tc n
Miss Josephine Pate. Miss Parra- Men ry Hes se at te Miller, who wore the uniform of an Mrs. Hugh Fraser and Miss Olive man, Miss Grace Keen, Miss Mary lighted with white tapers. Mrs.
more left this week for a visit to end in Quincy wherece Miss the air corps pilot. Later in the after- Ulmer were hostesses at a tea from Shelly Carr and Miss Mary Ani Smithies was assisted by Mrs. Gould,
points int Mexico. Bud daughter o Mr. an noon these two youngsters appeared, 4:30 to 6 o'clock Tuesday afternoon Clarke. Mrs. J. A. Cassidy and Mrs. Robert
Mrs. Josiah Taylor Budd, to Lieut. as the wedding march was played, in the home of Miss Mina Turnbull Mercer (the former Mary Ellen
Miss Billy Powell of Thomasville, Franklin Henry Titlow, Jr., U. Emmala having changed to a wed- on East Washington street. The par- MRS. S. D. CLARKE HOSTESS Smithies).
Ga., was the week end guest of Miss S Naval Reserve. The wedding was ding dress and veil. ty complimented Mrs. Fraser's sisters,tThe bride is the daughter of LieutBird. On Saturday evening a beautiful event of Saturday evening The bride-elect, assisted by her Another lovely compliment to miss enant (jg) and Mrs. R. W. Young, U.
the girls entertained a group of February 3rd.,in St. Paul's Episcopal mother, Mrs. Joseph W. Pate and the and Mrs. Herman Schenk of George- Pate was the luncheon given Tuesday S. Coast Guard of Ketchikan, Alaska, friends with ain old-fashioned candy Church Among the bride's attend- bridegroom's mother, Mrs. John L. town, S. C., both former residents of by Mrs. S. Dilworth Clarke, who who were unable to be present.
pulling, ants was Miss Mary Budd Holmes, Anderson, opened her gifts and dis- Monticello. chose white spring flowers, including Lieutenant Simpson is stationed at
daughter of Mrs. Holmes. played them to the guests. The vers- many camellias as decorations for the U. S. Coast Guard base on GovMiss Betsy Bird ,accompanied by es and cards were read by Mrs. D the reception hall by Mrs. Thomas the party. ernment Island, and the couple will
a friend, Miss Dotty Mims, of Fort Witt B. Bird and Mrs. J. M. Car. The Guests were seated at one large and make their home in Alameda, followLauderdale, spent a few days between: W u e nWit K dwe.v i hostesses with the guests of honor two small tables, on each of which ing a short wedding trip.
seeser athm ihhrprnsaukeenah Later the guests were invited into received in the living room which was __as anrragemntofongsteme
semesters at home with her parents, the dining room where sandwiches, effectively decorated with vases of was an arrangement or long-stemmed ---Both Miss Bird and Miss Mims are Miss Isabel Thomson spent the tea, coffee and cakes were served. flowering quince and with chandeleri violets. Clarke presented the honoree James Thoma- Harley
students at Florida State College. week end at her. home with her par- Hallett presided at the coffee and te camellias whi rthe m arranged the with dinner plates of her chosen patents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson service. The dining table was over- In th dining room tern of china. James Thomas Harley died January
CMM 3/c C. L. Harrell and Mrs. seric iThe icut klnen cloth and mant ara en o hane a s lari The guests included the honoree, 27th at his home in Capps.
Harrell arrived from Lake City Fri- Bishop Arthur J. Moore will preach had withe cut w ortin clo ameliangement o veri Miss Pate, Mrs. J. W. Pate, Mrs. John Funeral services were held at the
day and spent several days here with in Tallahassee at Trinity Church on of he nral de hin ap b lcameith. The cth tan a ber- L Anderson, Miss Emmala Pate, Mrs. graveside in Sardis Cemetery, MonThursday ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o whiteo narisus whileat whit taer laid with a lace cloth and a beautifulJaeR.CosyMr.HwttA
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harrell, Sr. CMM Thursday afternoon and dedicate the in silver holders shed a soft light on arrangement in the center was made James R. Cooksey, Mrs. Hewlett An- day afternoon, January 29th with the Harrell is stationed at the Naval Air new district parsonage. A reception the room. with a silver of w i derson, Mrs. Sanford Rissman, Mrs. Rev. J. A. Boyd ofWaukeenah Church
will follow the dedication. Jo R.e Hughes Jr.h Mrs.lJoe Calo loeigjRr, .A odo Wue hCuc
Base in Lake City. Assisting the hostesses Were Mrs. quince encircled with the chandel eri Ms R. Hughes, Jr., Mrs. Joe Carr, conducting the service.
All friends and members of the Thomas B. Bird, Mrs. Richard H. camellias. Silver coffee and tea ser- Keen. Pall bearers were Theodore Smith,
Mrs. R. J. Taylor is visiting in [church and neighbors are invited to i Simpson, Mrs. Joe M. Carr, Misses vices were placed at the ends of the Keen, Leslie M. Hatchett, Franklin Smith,
Tampa as the guest of her mother,' join in a rally in the Crusade for Nancy Rainey, Virginia McIntosh, table which was lighted with white Fred Stokley, W. H. Floyd and G. F.
Mrs. C. H. Brown. Saturday after- Christ at the Methodist parsonage Bettilee Bird, Emma Pate and Mary candles. MRS. TOM BIRD ENTERTAINS Floyd. Wilkins Funeral Home was noon she attended the wedding of her here Tuesday evening. The rally will Ann Clarke. Refreshments of dainty tea sand- in charge of funeral arrangements.
niece, Miss Betty Carleton, to Lieut. be conducted by Rev. and Mrs. iT. A. Out-of-town guests pt the tea in- wiches, cake squares, mints, salted Mrs. Tom Bird entertained Wed- Surviving Mr. Harley are his widHerbert Kay of the U. S. Army Air Boyd. eluded Mrs. Edward Allsopp, Winter nuts, coffee and tea were served. Pre- nesday in her home in East End with ow, a sister, Mrs. J. R. Neeley, a
Corps. Haven, Mrs. Ernest Gilbert, Winter siding at the tea table were Mrs. Joe an afternoon tea in honor of Miss niece, Mrs. Annie Royall of Capps,
I Mrs. Mattie Cooksey had a severe Haven, Mrs. Carrie Hallett, Carson W. Pate, Mrs. S. D. Clarke, Mrs. J. Pate. The Bird home was decorated and a nephew, Will Kyle, of PensaDr. R. Clyde White spent Sunday fall in her home the past week-end. City, Michigan, Mrs. R. H. McKim, B. Brinson and Mrs. DeWitt Kuder. with arrangements of pink perfection cola.
with Dr. and Mrs. F. A Brink. Dr. Her injuries consist of severe bruis- Tupperville, Ontario, Mrs. Albert Assisting the hostesses were Miss camellias, which were used in low
White is professor of public welfare es, as it was found no bones were Leggett, Greenville, Miss Mary Shelly Mina Turnbull, Mrs. T. L. Clarke, Sr., bowls throughout the rooms. In the administration at the School of Ap- broken. Carr and Mrs. Hareum of Florida Mrs. Henry Burt Foster, Mrs. L. R. dining ioom, \candle light was used
plied Social Sciences of Western Re- State College for Women, Tallahassee. Rainey, Mrs. J. M. Henry, Mrs. Rich- for illumination and the refreshment IATH ER If E
serve University in Cleveland, Ohio. The W.S.C.S. met with Mrs. R. L. ard Simpson and Mrs. Joe R. Hughes table was attractively decorated with -4-I E
He is making a trip through the Hightower on Monday afternoon. A Jr. camellias and snow drops, HE1TRLHL
South to recruit students for the short business session was held and John Elmer Hawkins' Birthday Among the guests was Miss Anna Receiving with Mrs' Bird and Miss monTICEL60, FLORIO
school and to study public welfare in a study of the American Indian was Celebrated With Dinner Party Simpson of Vincennes, Indiana, and Pate were Mrs. Joe W. Pate, Mrs.
the several states. Mrs. Brink was included on the program.
aM r. and Mrs. A. R. Johnson had as Pate. The honoree wore an attractive SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH
formerhly I Mrs. Jake Middleton came home, Mr.RAY andUAR Mr.A1.0onoThdaH _________th hool their guests for dinner Sunday Mr. pink spring frock with large black
ad a heresahoSundaywit anid Mrs. Bill Hawkins and their chil- CARD OF THANKS straw hat, and her corsage was of Since You W ent Away
ndsetSaturday and pinka camitas
CHURCH OF CHRIST dePtyadJh
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. drn PasIn onEmer. pn aela.Sn eY uW n ~ a
Meets at Womns Club hr pThe dinner party was to celebrate We wish to express our sincere I Mrs. Bird presented Miss Pate with Begins 11:00 P. M.
Floyd. John Elmer's 8th birthday. The house appreciation for the many expressions a piece of her chosen china.

Sunday Bible School 11 A. M. Mrs. Shank and Mrs. Summerford was beautifully decorated with cam- of sympathy, for the floral offerings Mrs. Richard Simpson presided at Sunday &Monday-Feb. 11-12
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. spent last week in Orlando with Mr. ellias arid other flowers. An old-fash- and for all other kindnesses shown the tea service and a number of
ThursdayMidwek ServiceM8 P. M. and Mrs. Harrell Greer, who will ioned Southern dinner was served during the illness and death of our other friends assisted the hostess. Since You W ent Away
You are cordially invited to attend leave in a few days for St. Louis, ac- with the birthday cake and lighted loved one. About sixty guests called during the
these services. 1cornpanied by Mrs. Shank. candles featuring the menu. Mrs. J. T. Harley and Family. Afternoon. Starring Claudette Colbert, Joseph
theesrvcescopaiedbysan__.Cotten, Jennifer Jones, Lionel Barrymore, Robert Walker, Shirley Temple, Monty, Woolley.
Sunday shows begin 2:30, 5:24, 9:15
Monday shows begin 3:00, 5:45, 8:57
ALSO LATE NEWS
Tuesday & Wednesday-Feb 13-14


Mummy's Ghost
With Lon Chaney, Jr., Jack Carradine

YOUTHFUL CHAMPION OF JUSTICE
HARNESS RACERS

Thursday & Friday-Feb. 15-16

Song of the Open Road
Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy
B E A U T Y: BBonita Granville, W. C .Fields,

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to spare, no time to waste, today's BRcp ie ing means to the boys. I've talked Send your order to: ALVGTBEAX IE
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to work. If she can't have fancy to keep from scorching, about m a old ring, steel helmet on one side 530 South Wells SWt. Chicit.
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StaZ Juament lubricates hardened, stir in a dash of her ready imagi- tomato soup, thickened with a small where along the roads off Normandy. Name FOR ACID INDIGESTIONnaiedirthMls preent cracking and nation and come forth with some- amount of flour. Howitzers were barking to his right,
Aerice sweing Z a nten bleingid thing that will do much better than *Baked Stu~ffed Eggs and Salmon. and a dull, persistent boom from Address. "TUMS" 31M1.it's easy to use. PAZO ot- just tide the family over. (Serves 5) the horizon indicated a barrage beMaretferoile, toue. u t The War Food administration 10 hard-cooked eggs ig laid down ahead. But at sight
= 1 telYOU about PAZO ouintet urges her to fix fish, and since there 1 can salmon of the Old Groaner, boys who were
are ways to prepare fish delectably, 1 tablespoon melted butter halted on their grim forward Van Loon Was Happy to
I urMS. America will do it. 1 teaspoon chopped parsley march for a rest period straightened Make Up the Difference ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS
hA scrap left over from the roast? 2 teaspoon salt up and grinned,
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rosss she will not know it's made over. 2 raw egg yolks 'Pennies from Heaven'? And when Loon attended a birthday party in relieve irritation of the bladder
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.Halibut a a King. rounded end Carnegie hall, for they didn't want onou ditr n y ahfrequens
(Serves 6) Chop finely the to miss a single note. When an ene Clan as he scribbled his name. lat that famous ctr's discovery "
pounds boiled halibut salmon, yolks and my plane circled uncomfortably "Hryutk yatgah DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT -that
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16 herbs, rot, vegetables, bansams. Dr.
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p o teaspoon paprika Add the melted Frankie Sinatra won't do to steal coin into the maestro's hand. any way. Many people say ita marvelous
e G for mi effect is truly amazing.
'WH QU N LEI 14 cp sicd, tufedolvesbuter on o th showw" and wetright onsing- "What is this 25 cents fr" Send for free, Prepaid sample TODAY?
use this great rub for 4 tablespoons flour raw egg yolks, chopped parsley, salt, ing. He'd give them all the old fa- asked Toscanini, puzzled. Like thousands of others you'll be glad
0/ eapo salt pepper and 2 tablespoons of sour vorites until the order came through "That's your change,"; replied that you did. Send name and address to
tespoon Deprtent D, Kmer & Co., In., Box
for the column to fall in. Those Van Loon. 'My autograph is worth 1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Send
dHo At eagpolk oion juice Place eggs in buttered baking dish. battle line, but their step was is valued at 75 cents."at

teaspoon vinegar Mix the remaining egg yolk and sour lighter, they had new courage wit
COUG S t CO DS /2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce cream. Season to taste with salt the echo of his music in their
1111b erful for Grown-Ups, Tool Arrange mounds of finely flaked and pepper. Pour sauce over the hearts the courage that comes Mrs. Phipps' Secret
lettr since they were tiny tots-when. fish on toast and mask with the fol- eggs and salmon. Bake in a mod- when danger is shared. GROCER-Mrs. Phipps, why do
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aching chest muscles due to colds, milk and stir un- smoked tongue wave telephone from the battle
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tepply thar mustr pimcaster to SORRY reoy
ltan aJmustardton!"No plasta. Wte l mining fat with 1 teaspoon cloves Phil egan, telling me of his
JthMusrubit!"Nfuss. o yolks of eggs which have been beat- 1 onion, sliced experiences on his personal apfen, onion juice, vinegar, paprika, appearance tour, said: "Sometimes Unterole, Regular, and Extra Strong. Worcestershire sauce, and stir into in cold water overnight. Place in folks tell why they make certain rehot mixture. Continue stirring until kettle with seasonings and let sim- quests. You see, the songs they want I~~[J~TA EN egg is set, then add olives, chopped. mer slowly until tender, from three aren't always the smooth ones that
Pour sauce over fish and serve, to five hours, or until skin curls are in the groove at the moment.
Baked Stuffed Fish. back. Then remove from the brine, They are the songs that remind
_____________________I medium" sized fish (whitefish, had- pull off outer skin, cut off root and them of home.
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Salt and pepper served hot or cold with horseradish "Onward, ahd in osrea the
Flour sauce. fierce marching ad s
6 strips bacon Sweetbreads, Broiled, greatest of all time. It's keen as a
1 small can of tomato soup (Serves 5) sword, that one, and mighty as eter1 cup water 1 pound sweetbreads unity. It's for momentswhere nosWash fish carefully in cold water, /2 cup chili sauce talgic reminiscence won't do-mo
dry and sprinkle with salt and pep- 6 to 7 tablespoons bacon drippings ments when you want a lift as well per. Stuff, sew up with twine and Celery, parsley, lemon and onion as a boost forward.
place in a pan. Dredge lightly with Soak sweetbreads in water for 20 On U.S.O. tours Betty Grable bad
___ 47, flour and place several strips of ba- minutes. Cook in boiling, salted wa- to s
.ter for 20 minutes with a bit of cl- and over and over again. And Alice
cry, onion, parsley and lemon. Let Fayh's "I'll Have My Love to Keep Lynn Says: cool in liquid. Drain; place in shal- Me Warm" seemed to fill the same
low pan and pour over melted drip- spot with homesick boys.
ARation Pointers: Baked stuffed pings and ohili sauce. Broil about So after talking with Phil Regan S R T N
heart is a rare treat. Make your 20 minutes, turning occasionally, MY hat's off to the singers and song DON'T LET aching muscles keep soothes fast with
favorite bread stuffing and sew Serve in a rice ring or with mush- writers of the world for what you off the job-if SORETONE can
it up in the cavity. Bake heart in rooms, broiled, if desired. they've done and are doing for our help. Soretone Liniment contains
tboys and for the civilians during ethyl salicylate, a most effective
1i 'it- Lamb patties are delicious and (Serves 4) this war. painrelieving agent. Soretone's
make a quick easy meal. Wrap 6 lamb kidneys or Ring Crosby didn't need war to cold heat action speeds blessed,
the patties with bacon and broil 4 veal kidneys make him great, but war hag comforting relief.
ISWWUWW until browned on both sides. Salt and pepper brought him closer to the millions 1. Quickly Soretrone acts to en-t ACTION
W L! Halves of fresh pears may be 2 tablespoons fat or drippings of fans who put him at the top and haruce local circulaion, in cases of
WON'T MAKE IT W L! sprinkled with cinnamon and but- 1 tablespoon onion, minced keep him there than any peace 2. Check muscular cramps. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO
t for those cuts and ter and broiled along with the Brown sauce time years eir could.
!reven apparently minorCrrot
Smay lead to more serious pattige kdea bolea OR BACKACHE
conditions, if neglected. The Veal stew is a delicious supper remove skins and soak in cold salt- Spillin th Be s 4. Dilate surface capillary blood due is fatigue r exasure
wCse way is to keep time-tested dish. Make with plenty of color- ed water for 20 minutes. Slice kid- You'll be astounded when yo vessels.
Dr. porter's Antisvptic Oil on ful vegetables riding on top of the neys, remove t bcs and tissue and see Lucile Bremer in "Yolanda an. UCLA AN
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cupful. Baste Tr w e'swanly-oneaioretone-sSORE
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It soothes, eases, and tends to When ready to serve, stir soured let cook for 5 minutes. Serve with the air and all her apparel dry, and 50 A big bottle, only $1.
es e noodtfrl meinrcts, cream into the thickened gravy, brown sauce. I'm just the nasty gal who'll tell
bruises, burns, sunburn on- Pork liver is richest of all theo fo
Isoousinsect bites, chafing, lver in food value. It contains Ge0h otfomyu el e oal, you howatwadeShe, poorsMINORg SPRAINS
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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945

The men appointed by President John- enlargements of important colonial map of Florida." son to provisional governorships after maps and views, as well as of photo- r Senator Andrews and other memthe Civil War have an official place graphs of the landscape, the cities bers of the Florida Congressional among the executives of the South- and the people of the state and of Delegation had urged that the exhibit ern states, and Marvin should be in- the colonial architecture of St. Aug- be held and they are all highly graticluded among the governors of Flor- ustine and Pensacola. tied and appreciative of the splendid
ida. Stearns served as governor for "The Library's 'Exhibit of the cooperation received from officials over two years. week' of March 3 will be an early of the Library.
The state constitution of 1868 pro-STAFF vided that in case of death, removal,
Mad in-Monticelloy 1944 Football Team impeachment or disability of the gov- 1.e
BaskeobaMsstscntEditror-i-Chief-Ava Ruth Sawyer ernor, the lieutenant governor "shall
t exer cise all powers and authortiy apImportant Basketball Assistant Editor Beverly Patterson Feted At Banquet execis apn uh p
Society Editors-Nell Whittle, Mary pertaining to the office of governor."
Finale Here Friday Ann Clarke Next W ednesday When Marvin and Stearns are count12fass and Club Editor--Violet High-_ ed Governor Caldwell becomes the
Monticello's greatest athletic rival l tower The Tigers of 1944 will be feted at twenty-eighth governor of the state.
comes here Friday night when the Typists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- a banquet given in their honor next A. K. Allison was never recognized
Intosh.by the United States Government and Madison Yellow Jackets visit the local Intosh. Wednesday night at the local Woma0ns by the i ed byGfet an
court. The lassies' game will start Circulation Mgrs.-Robert Linton, Club. The time of the banquet will be 'as, in fact, imprisoned by federal
off the doubleheader which is sched- Betty Stokely 7:30. Many friends of the team will order. However he did become gov- -.
uled for seven-thirty. In the last Gossip Editor-Emmala Pate, Willie join in paying tribute to the success- ernor according to the constitution of meeting of the two teams in Madison, Gus Boland ful team of the past season. The boys Flrd norand feamontls when
the girls eked out a 24-23 victory in Love-Lorn-Bettilee Bird have been looking forward to this Florida, not unler federal control,
the closing minutes. The boys lost Joke Editor-Eleanor Folsom. occasion for some time now and will
a close one 23-19. The Tigers and Spanish and Latin Editor--Evelyn have a great tilyle at this celebration. governor of tne state.
Tigerettes are all set to make a Blair. All members of the team and man- Although Samuel T. Day acted as
double-killing in this season finale at Sponsor-Mrs. Baxter. agers will be honor guests. Arrange- the state's chief executive for almost
home in preparation for the first ~ ~ ments have been made for an out-of- three months, his claim to a place on
North Florida Conference Tourna- Editorial tot'n speaker of some importance to the list of the governors of Florida .
ment which will be held in Madison be here for the occasion. is questionable. In April, 1872, the
Supreme Court of Florida declared,
ThFebouay who 1 haeThe talk about the recreation room ^ "Lieutenant Governor Day is
dTh bysb nh haf ,had anslup and haisndied down 1atesy and we students IR yP ltI u og n
down season so far, showed signs of U iddw~ltl idw tiet Navy Pilot Is neither de jure nor de facto g-overnor I!4~
beomnga ouh u fr hetomn-think the embers need punhin exercising the functions of the1
the ton again. How about it town? We're (continued from page 1) office of governor. You (Harrison
meant when they pushed rong willing to do our part. Aren't you personnel which materially facilitat- Reed) are still de jure governor"
Perry Bulldogs here last Friday he- willing to help us get this project ed an immediate advance by friendly This opinion of the supreme court fore a huge crowd of fans to a close started? That's all we need-just a ground troops. In these attacks he certainly implies that Day was never victory of 22-19. Two crip shots miss-:
edilte in 22-19. ga srplld h i- little boost-and someone to back us exhibited fearlessness and coolness in the official governor of the state.
e up. the facb of anti-aircraft fire, and a By countic all theemen inquestion
ference in the loss and victory for I _____________ capability for inflicting heavy darn- Bs oi eacuies the nqustate/ ARI A, O IN
the Tigers. The girls came through RO L age upon the enemy. asofeileectvs fte tt I.IJ/ AT LV 6EV,A C O ME
efi4 le9 wirT in camrtablyeug HONOR ROLL istpon enem Governor CaIdwell would be the thir-T 06 FATOALVA6dRWELOME
in fine stl winn ofral y H N R R L His actions were at all times in tieth governor ofFoiaIlot ~ I~ N F~
a keeping with the highest traditions every man in question, however, could seriously threatened for the(A) Honor Roll For Fst Semester of the naval service." be the subject for endless debate. YEARS IN THE PACIFIC. SHE
ing the entire game. Next week on C W. NIMITZ
Tuesday the local basketeers go to Virginia h wr A r US.ayZ Kmow4 WER? USED FAT5AVIN65
Thmaviletoplya etrnenag- Violet Hightower ________Admiral, U. S. Navy.
Thomasville to play a return engage- Frances Jane Sauls NExhibit In Library- WELPEID SWIN W(uA 13AC.
ment onl YMCA court in the neigh- Inb
boring city. The locals won a double (B) Honor Roll For First Semestei N m e Governors (continued from page 1)
victory over the Georgians in their Bishop, Mary Nep (continued from page 1) travel books describing the Indians WE 5URE GOT 5UPPLIES TO GUAALCANAL W9EN
earlier meeting with 37-11 in our Blair, Evelyn and counts Bloxham as the twelfth and the flora and fauna of the state.
FolomElenorTPEV WERE NEEDED M06T; RECALLS SEAMAN favor. Folsom, Eleanor and sixteenth governors of Florida. Letters of Andrew Jackson, docu_ Ho r, aLoen Rose Governor Caldwell becomes the twen- ments of the Seminole Wars,: contem- /CL. GRA%. BUT WE WERENT EXACTLY UNOPPOSED
Basketball Schedule McIntosh, Virginia u- d governor whqn Bloxham is a o accounts o the ad- **OURTASK FOC-E LOST 6 5 P **THEJAPS II.
______Patterson, Beverly Coun ted twice. mission Of Ficlorda to statehood and
GILS Sawyer, Aa R Four other men who were eve elated CongiessionA pape s will be LR
GRS We They Sauman, MvaRetine elected but did exercise executive shown. The role of the state in the HR-1 59P(UIE
y Shimn, Marcein power complicate the problem. Civil War will be represented, and "4ELENA"WAS LATER 5UNK.
Thomasville 37 11 Th Dorothy In 1865 Governor John Milton, books of belles-lettres of Florida ori-
Tallahassee 31 29 Williams, Virginia worn out by hard work and mentally gill will be displayed. L E MUNT AD DF
Greenville 28 29 unbalanced by the knowledge that the "A special section of the exhibition L IZIAE TO EMBATTLED
Perry 24 18 Confederacy had lost the war, took in the rotunda will relate to the re- MAERIAL TO EMSATTLED
Madison 24 23 "MISS VALENTINE" his own life. A. K. Allison, president sources of the Library of Congress 'ot GUADALCANAL
Greenville 17 12 of the State Senate became acting the study of Florida history and culPerry 24 19 Well, of course, we haven't forgot- governor and served from Anril to ture, notably its transcripts from
Feb. 6 Jasper at Madison ten that we're sponsoring this-can- the middle of May. In July Presi- Spanish archives and, recordings of
9 Madison at Monticello didates and managers are listed be- dent Andrew Johnson appointed Wil- local music from the Archive of Amer- DELIVERING USED FAT TO THE MEAT DEALrR ic
13 Thomasville at Thomasville low of whom will be the final winner liam Marvin as Provisional Governor ican Folk Song. The researches of
BOYS of the title: of Florida and charged him with exe the late Dr. James Alexander RobertWe They candidate manager cutive authority until a loyal govern- son, at one time a member of the Li- 30TI4 Ae, MEDICIME AND MUNITION5.
Thomasville 20 18 Violet Hightower Lorene Wood mont could be restored. brary's staff, will be included among I'
Aucilla 10 11 Evelyn Blair Emmala Pate During the administration of Har- 8 selection of outstanding publica-I MIEL MAgEiEr EEE
Aucilla *13 8 Beverly Patterson Nell Whittle rison Reed, Samuel T. Day, the Lieu- tions dealing with Florida.
Greenville 13 14 Sarah Mae LaVinka Eleanor Folsom tenant Governor, acted as governor "The photographic exhibition in N
Perry 19 35 Joyce Cooper Lorene Horner for approximately 3 months in 1872 the downstairs gallery will consist of K
Madison 19 23 Gwendolyn Hatchett Betty Stokely when Reed was impeached. The State I- _- 1
Tallahassee 18 41 Bettilee Bird Robert Linton Senate failed to convict Governor N I S0
Aucilla 36 9 Virginia McIntosh Susie Hadsell Reed and he returned to his official NOTICE E
Perry 19 22 Mary Ann Clarke Willie G. Boland duties. In the following administra- We have found that someone has For All Cars
Greenville 20 24 Mary Nep Bishop Eleanor Folsom tion Ossian B. Hart died in the see- been cutting a good many Camellia g
Feb. 6 Jasper at Madison Around town and at school there ond year of his teim and Marcellus Floweis in our Park Grounds across NStyled B J P CO
9 Madison at Monticello will be li'l boxes posted for the benefit L. Stearns, the Lieutenant Governor, from the Office. We are glad to have N By *. G
13 Thomasville at Thomasville of those who don't wish it to be completed the term which ended in folks come in and look at the flowers
15-16-17 N.F.C. Tourney at Madison known whom they vote for, also the 1877. 1 and plants, however we cannot allow S S
2 Greenville undecided public may vote for their' favorite. Two of these four, Marvin and therm to be pulled or cut, and will ask S
Deadline --Wednesday, Feb. 14, at Stearns, are found in practically' thnat this practice be stopped, N E. F. RIDGEWAY
DIRT no on kids let's make our every list of the state's governors. MONTICELLO NURSERY CO. m
orite "Miss Valentine."
Wonder who Storty's current heartthrob is now. Could it be Frances H.? PERSONALITIES

Wonder ifsho bat day illiegh en- Cute, friendly, short in stature, G reetings, brother H ave a C oke
blue eyed, brown haired, reticent ,inHazel, what was so funny in as- telligent, all of these are characteristics to this senior' lass. Sehsa, ~ ~ /-~- ~O
sembly? ?h a
sembly? pleasing disposition, is polite, and '1FF
Ho os et nnrt ot o-considerate of others and has a host. I.
How does Betty Ann rate both Robert L. and Loren R. in assembly of ?
_______ Besides being chat we tern "_ j 4/j
Say, Bill, better watch out, the Sheriff's son had a joy ride Sunday side activities. She belongs to the 1 /
afenon ha buti mmlGlee Club, is a majorette and all in I_ __.i\N0
afternoon. What about it Emmal
_________ all a sweet girl? '-~'"f
Allene, how was the "Cherry Lake Another clue to this person (they're I
Dance" with the Palmer Brothers, es
Saturday night? Too bad Clemer t on th waythis: she's a candidate for "Miss Val- ru /d
had to stop off in Madison on thew way
back, just when things were getting
in the groove, too. stuiet od faculty a wla

Nell, doesn't Frankie ever call you Last but Hot least, she was one of I Y
ti thore Senior notables elected by the V1 l~' "Ii)~ I~ ~ J
up anymore school.

Did you all have fun last Saturday (Identity revealed next week for
on the picnic? I believe the party
was made up of Bettilee, Evelyn, Vir- X__ j7
ginia, Bettie W. Dixon, Betty S. and
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Miss Billie Powell was the week
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Misses Betty Stoth ely and Patsy sta, Wright were visitors in Boston, Ga.
My men are just atcherly giving on Satinday sho, me trouble. Right now the man of ati
the hour, Dave R., is attracting another freshman girl, namely: Patsy S I
W., and then there is friend George
always or initiating a new subject of Neptune
thiWe senior's arc brilliant. Of cours
Munful Mary Nep we have some oni the failing list but
fMuanful Mary Nep, the number in the honor roll balances
You should get focused, but soon- the number, equator for the first time. In much the same spirit of good-natured fun, people
How about a fortune teller-this is Miss Knoblock has ordered several
too much for me. plays from which the final one will everywhere respond to the invitation Have a Coke That's when friendliness AI
be selected. speaks a refreshing language all its own. A pause for icrn-cold Coca-Cola is
Dear Soothing Sally, Aside from that our class is quietyalways greeted with a smile in so many places, on he seas and overseas, just meltroubl. ighjutn the man of m o uljs narsigsel






dreams. What can I do to capture We are sorry that two of our pop- as it is in your home. It's a happy symbol aron people who understand
his heart from his girl friends? ular members have left us but are
Vera G. proud of the fact that their patriot- the pleasant ways of friendship. "oke"=Coca-Cola
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