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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.30 February 16, 1945

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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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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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MOMONTICELLO O NTIELL NTE 1 RED CLAY L
The Great Middle / / "%SECTION OF
Gateway to Florida THE MONTICELLO NEWS FLORIDA


THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION

VOL. 60, No. 30. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY


Three In Family Die Polio Fund Closes Kiwanis Hosts To $4000 Is Red Cross Famous Piano Duo In Tigerettes Play In

From Burns Received Campaign Saturday Scouts Honoring Goal For Jefferson Thomasville Friday Finals of North Fla.
Whe March m Dimes campaign in Anniversary InW Fund Drive wui"ers:thruout this section Conference Tourney
When Stove Explodes Jefferson county will close this week 35th A nv ra y!n War Fu dD ie Iwill have anl opportunity to hear two
and Chairman Julius Goldberg is world famous musicians next Friday Th Motclo igrtewh
Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Bullard and I anxi hat thos olde n In honor of Boy Scout Week, The Jefferson County Chapter of weorin, February 16th, when theT
an xious that those who have not con- twenty-two members of Monticello the American Red Cross has been famous duo, composed of Ethel Bart- the highest rating in the Nortll
their fourteen-months old grand- tribute to this worthy cause turn In Troop 801 and Assistant Scout Exe- asked to contribute $4,000 of the lett and Rae Robertson, will give a Florida Conference basketball seadaughtern, Elaine Chapman, lost their their gifts at that time. cutive Bill Huskey of Suwannee Riv- $200,000,000 needed to carry on the concert in Thomasville at the Muni- son, will play the finals of the
lives when a stove in their home near Chairman Mamie B. Scott has er Council, were guests of the Ki- work of the Red Cross both here cpal Auditorium, starting at 8:30 tournament against the Madison
here exploded early Friday morning, turned over $100 to the campaign, wanis Club at the regular luncheon and abroad, according to Mrs. F. A. o'clock (EWT). Their appearance is team, in Madison Saturday at 8:30. It is reported that Mr. Bullard was representing the gift of the colored meeting, Wednesday. Brink, War Fund Chairman. Under under the sponsorship of the Thom- The Tigerettes qualified for the finthe stove when the explosion occur- population; this amount was raised Scoutmaster Julius Goldberg was Ithe war-time program only those asville Entertainment Foundation. als by having the highest Dickinred. largely through the colored schools in charge of the program and pre- activities connected with the war This is the second of the series of son system rating of any team in
Tof the county. sented the boys of the troop, who effort are being carried on. Meals c the conference this season. The
The flames quickly enveloped the :The Monticello schools ,under the Iconcersa and entertainments being Madison team, their opponents in
gave the salute to the flag. After and lodging are provided for men on provided by the Foundation, and the Madisin te, the opoiet
Chapman, was seriously burned but Prof. W. L. Tucker, have contributed explaining the significance leave. Hot coffee and doughnuts public is invited to hear these noted the finals, has the second highest
Chapman, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ pbi iss invitedl tone hear these note L.Tcehv-otiue fteSotbde h r ee eunn les e
is recovering. Another daughter of 1286 dimes to the fund. of the Scout badge, the are served returning flyers. Recrea- artists and entertainers. rating.
the Bullards, Miss Margaret The drive was extended nationally boys recited the Scout Law tion, medical service and 14elp to _---- Both boys' and girls' teams are
and the Scout Oath. Pres- men with tangled personal problems participating in the North Florida
Bullard, extinguished the flames and to February 15th, and the local cam- ident Bullock was induct- go to the front line. U. S. Farmers Conference, which is being played
smmer whlp. nrb and isted H. K. e paignwiin o pdrt eive thr h dntohe ed into honorary membership in the Life and morale are being bolster- in Madison, Thursday, Friday and
the who live nearby assisted at week in order to receive all donations and Spoke feelingly of the hol- ed in the prisoner-of-war camps Ta Saturday of this week.
and later an ambulance to take the or bestowed upon him. through the packages sent by the The boys' tournament bracket
the hoe and phoulne fo tak dotor posilelrlesoed on hyPi. tBlok nenainlRdCos Production of Food wa a uplsweknbycinjured ones to the hospital in Thom- Called on by President Bullock, International Red fern up last weekend by conasville. Pickle Firm Sends John Cureton introduced another At home, contact is made with ference officials and four teams
Mr. and Mrs. Bullard and the baby guest, Col. J. R. Moon, who is visit- men in service through the Red If our boys at the front are to be were seeded according to their seadied later in the day Friday. The Agent To ing the Charles Moores en route to Cross, the only agency designated adequately fed and clothed. Amer-teams are Per
bodies were taken to Camilla, Ga., Miamicafter a tour of duty overseas. by the government for this purpose. lean farmers must produce more ry, No. 1; Cross City, No. 2; JasMh.odfml oe o unra e:F r esf rC kIami per, No. 3; Madison, No. 4. Brackthe old family home, for funeral ser- FrmesS for C~ukes He spoke of the impression Monti- Families of service men and women (even than last year's record crops) pere dra n o 4. teackvices and interment. cello makes on visitors, mentioning are given assistance of various with less help, and with fewer re-not
are ive assstace a les hep, nd wth ewerre Seeded;, the Monticello boys are
The family had moved to Monticel- The Cairo Pickle Company is send- the friendliness of the people, their kinds through the Home Service placements of farm machinery. sedd t the Monte y re
lo from Quincy only two weeks be- ing a representative to Monticello co-operation and spirit of mutual program. Red Cross workers are The supply of farm labor is short- Pnease th thehdraw they received
fore the tragic fire occurred. Mr. Saturday, February 17th, to discuss helpfulness. Discussing the war sit- found on army posts, in military Or than ever. Agricultural defer- hanc f ley iave an excellent
Bullard had rented a farm at Lamont cucumber growing and sign contracts nation, he said, "It will be over at hospitals and in communities adja- mnt are being cancelled. Macin-through their
and the family moved into the near- with Jefferson county farmers for the earliest possible moment if we cent to camp areas taking good ery replacements are harder to get. The boys' Monticello-Jasper game
est available residence, one located cukes to be graded and bought in all do our utmost. We should all be cheer, advice and material assist-, This means that tractors, farm 11 e oy aticellorJ a y afnear the home of Mr. and Mrs. Monticello grateful that we have not been sub- ance when needed to service men, trucks and equipment--old and over- twi e played at 5:30 Thursday afMiner. th taxed thug they may bermus betielo rnoon, tewne opa h
Miller, The representative will be at the jected to hardships endured by Eng- and women. taxed though they may be must bee
Residing at home with their par- !court house (in the court room) Sat- land and the subjugated countries of I The War Fund campaign has two kept working every possible minute winner of the Day-Lee game at 2:30 ents were three daughters, Margaret urday from 10 A. M. till 6 P. M. to Europe." purposes. One is to inform people if farm production quotas are to be Next ThursdaF naght it is d
Bullard, Mrs. Harry Beatty and Mrs. explain and sign contracts, provided E. L. Vann, road patrolman, was about the work of the Red Cross. reached. for both boys' and girls' tepannto
Nina Chapman. The husbands of the sufficient acreage is secured. introduced as a guest. The other is to secure contributions. "Our organization," Says P. M play Leon High in the Tallahassee
two latter daughters are both serv- An advertisement in this week's Julius Goldberg reported that $350 In line with the first purpose, Mrs. McIntosh, local agent of the Stan- Armory.
ing in the armed forces overseas. issue of The News gives some of the had been contributed to the Paraly- T. S. Braswell presented the Red dard Oil Company, "is endeavoring Tournament Schedule
The Bullards are survived by two advantages offered farmers by the sis Fund and thanked all donors in Cross program to the teachers of I to aid this program by helping the I Thursday 1 P. M., Mayo-Jennings. sons who are also overseas. pickle company, which is endeavor- Ithe name of the Foundation, the schools for colored children at farmer keep his trucks, tractors and Thursday 2:30 P. M. Aucilla-Perry.
iag to increase its production in or- President Bullock read a letter of their regular monthly meeting held farm equipment in fighting trim. Thursday Bye-Wellborn
der to icsuply s Academy.o Our drier haebe'rin T usayeWlbr
Prsdn ulc edalte fon Friday in Howard AaeyCoilveahvebntrndtoThursday 4:00 P. M. Greenville-MadFounders Day Program ter tosup1 sufficient pickles for congratulation on thirty months' per- They made an immediate, enthus- assist in preserving the life of farm
tedmns'fthe armed forces as fetatedacmio well as civilian consumption .ette danoe ,record from 0w E. iastic response to the challenge andi machinery. Tractor operators can Thursday 5:30 P. M. Monticello-JasGiven a. PTA M meeting wn "Pete" Peterson, secretary of Kvan- outlined plans to begin their cam- secure from our drivers a free War- p
Attemetin ofhe ontc After Saturday, contracts will be is International. paign the following Saturday. time Maintenance Manual, that will Thursday, 8:00 P. M., Lee-Day
At the meeting of the Monticello obtainable from County Agent Steph- __p_____ th_______ el hmke hi ane in Thusday, 9:0 P. M., PietaWit
PTA Tuesd afternoon a very inter- t or the f L. Andron Stre, Red Cross Meeting Mrs. To the fields working, and out of the
eating Fouinders Day program was Monticello, or from the Cairo Pickle Mrs.tin Carter ToHead I Springs
given under the direction of Miss Company, Cairo, Ga. However, the [repair shop. I urge our farmer Thursday--Bye-Cross City.
Catherine Stimson, program chair- company urges all farmers if pos- All those who contributed to the Womans Club 1945-46 friends to take advantage of this, Play-off games for winners in the
man. sible to meet with their representa- Red Cross drive last years are urged service." first bracket will be played Friday
Mra. Clyde Sauls opened the pro- tive at the court house Saturday to be present at the annual meeting Mrs. Ethel Carter will serve as at 8:00 P. M. and 9 P. M., while the
gras with "The Founders Day Trib to be held in the Jefferson County president of the Monticello Womans Buffalo ill Is finals will be played Saturday at
gram wiTheg Fouders in Trsb- Family Dinner Party court house at 8 P. M. on the night Club for the year 1945-46, succeeding 9:30 P. M.
ate." The eighth grade girls in Mrs. in e Party of Feray2t.TiMsavryMs.S rselpeen edo i.4 1 ~
Milton's room presented a play which Febar 2t Th cs avery Mrs. T. S. Braswell nt hederm theatre The girls' finals between Cross
was much enjoyed. A song, "My! Mr. and Mrs. James Folsom enter- that organization. ity and Monticello will be played
Tribute," sung by Mrs. Lightsey, fol- tained Sunday in their home in East elected for 1945 H. SIMPSON Other officers chosen are 2nd vice Show This W eek End Saturday at 8 P. M.
lowed. End with a family dinner in celebra- RICHARD president, Mrs. J. M. Henry, Jr.; 3rd --1-Mrs. John Cureton presented pot- tion of the forty-ninth birthday of Chairman. vice president, Mrs. J. W. Summit; hloI
ted plants to the following past pree- Mr. Folsom. recording secretary, Mrs. J. B. Horne; The technicolor film, "Buffalo Bill" 1lorida Benefits
idents who were present: Mrs. L. R. The home was decorated witi Brumley Arrested treasurer, Mrs. Emerson Ridgeway, which opens at the Katherine Theatre
Rainey, Mrs. Henry Holmes, Mrs. J. spring flowers for the occasion, and corresponding Secretary, Mrs p. at midnight Saturday and continues rom Sehoard Ad
W. Pate and Mrs. G. Y. Mills. Those enjoying the day with Mr. and After Shots Fired C Wilkins. through Sunday-Monday, is one of the
At the business session the mem- nor James Jr., Henry and Fenn, were The. slate of officers was presented mightiest thrill spectacles ever film- In continuing its program of focusbership decided to sponsor a series nor, ames, r., Henry and Fenn, wereJ AtS ety Tripy the nominating committee, Mrs. ed of a long series of Western films. ing the nation's attention on Florida's
of spring dances, one to be scheduled Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Folsom and At J and T r b. B. Brinson, Jr., Mrs. J. W. Middle- Starring Joel McCrea, Maureen unparalleled assets, the Seaboard
each two weeks, for the "teen-agers." children, Jeanette and Tommy ,and ton and Mrs. Myrtle Henry, and was O'Hara and Linda Darnell, the pic- Railway is featuring this state in
The fourth grade, Mrs. Cureton Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Folsom and Roscoe Brumley was arrested by unanimously accepted by the club ture was filmed in the colorful sand- Florida newspapers and i daily
teacher, won the attendance prize, daughters, Emma Jean and Ann of Sheriff J. R. Cooksey, Wednesday tone. country around Utah and Mon- papers Published in principal cities
having seven members present. Madison. night following the attempted Shoot- e r at the meetingand thothe north and middle west
ingofGam Wrde Blltets on g Th ergamat thl eing wasrsse Canyon National Park, Zion and during February. This ad, which is the Wacissa River Wednesday after- alone Bryce National Parks.and.tdsRo
particularly conservation of forest ,ryeNtoaPrktitled "Winter's Two-Way Road to
noon. The sun-dance shown in the film is Summer," appears in this issue of
resources. Douglas Decker, of the Sumer appears inn thise issue o
Interesting items of Jef- Stelts was making a patrol trip raedForest Dod Park e o he h n n mahon The News and in February issues of
.i u u : Uili l fero County Boys and down the river in his small skiff drsathe reti and ak srvied- which lasts 72 hours without food or a number of leading national magSe v c Cou m ni Girlson Sevc.when the shooting occurred. Ac-;desdtemeigadsoe water-oif the Indians on the Crowazns
comparing him for the trip was conservation film, 'Trees for the Reservation in Montana where thous- azi o.
Maurice Tripp who had planned to Future." Miss Lucille Simmons, ac- ands of Indians from the U. S. and Motif of the copy is directed toward
Mrs. S. R. Hunter has recently re- Lt. Gen Jonathan M. Wainwright, 17 enjoy some sport fishing during the companied by Miss Mildred Dickert, Canada gathered. Nothing was spec- Florida's incomparable climate, treeceived the Oak Leaf Cluster to the generals, 119 colonels, 6 Navy cap- afternoon. The boat was drifting sang Joyce Kilmer's "Trees." ally staged in this dance. The spec- ripened citrus fruits and fresh grown
Purple Heart medal which was award- tains and 34 enlisted men to Hoten along shore near the junction of Lit- At the business meeting reports tacular buffalo hunt audiences will ver tables The fruit and
ed her son, Private Virgil H. Hunter, Camp, Mukden, Manchukuo, a more tie River and Wacissa River, when were heard from various committees, see on the screen is the Crow's an- aged Florida sunshine' 'that travels for additional wounds received in isolated location, the War Depart- three shots were fired into it from Mrs. F. A. Brink, chairman of the nual hunt by which they provide meat Flrd onstine'ight tras
combat. Pvt. Hunter has been wound- met has announced, the bushes nearby. library committee, announced the for their winter needs. White men northward on fast freight trains to
ed three times, and is now in an V-- Stelts was leaning over to crank members of her committee, Mrs. Pan- participated for the first time when grace he tables of snowbound folk
evacuation hospital in England re- Pvt. Robert C. Wilkins, who was the outboard motor; one shot passed sy Anderson and Mrs. L. A. Delp. photographers accompanied them to in wintiy lands.
covering from the last wounds, re- formerly stationed at Camp Stewart, between his legs, one went through record it for the film. the is i s unus ats
ceived November 24th in Germany. Ga., has been sent to England. He Tripp's hat and the third grazed the Sarah LaVinka Crowned' The brilliant featured cast, headed tractive in illustration. Across its
Pvt. Hunter went overseas last arrived just before Christmas, and skin on Tripp's back. by Thomas Mitchlell, Edgar Buchan- top,, a speeding freight train is etched
April and has been in combat in so far has not been moved from his The game warden has in recent "Miss Valentine 1945 'an and Anthony Quinn, includes Mo- against a chill background of snowFrance, Germany and Belgium, re- first camp there, he writes his par- weeks destroyed several illegal fish roni Olsen, Frank Fenton, Matt covered hills and trees, while in the ceiving wounds in each of the three ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Wilkins. traps in the Wacissa River, and it is Miss Sarah Mae LaVinka was Briggs, George Lessey and Frank lower portions of the ad, a crack courier. H wa fist wundd il P -streamliner streaks across a landcountries. He was first wounded in --V believed that the shooting is the re- crowned "Miss Valentine" at a Val- Orth. scape that is beautiful with citrus
July while fighting in Fiance; and Miami Beach, Fla., Feb. 14.-Sgt. suilt of antagonism caused by this entire party given in her honor Mon- I- groves, flowering shrubs and gracewas awarded the Purple Heart for Burl J. Poppell, 27, Lamont, Fla., has action. day night at the Womans Clubhouse. g vl Palms. A quaint antique map of
these wounds. Later, he recovered arrived at Army Air Forces Redis- The party and contest was sponsored Florida occupies the lower right hand
and rejoined his unit in Belgium, tribution Station No. 2 in Miami SoeIs by the Jeffersonian staff; votes wereALTHI N OES corner of the page.
where he was hospitalized for a short B oach for ireasignment procesng Stolen Car Is Found at 1 each and a nice s : H EA T NE Fsr
time with wounds. He was able to after completing a tour of duty out- Adrealized in this manner. Sarah Mae Dr. F. A. Brink, Director
goback with his outfit before they I side the continental United States. Abando e Here reeie 82r1ctrotes.,, Bethel Club Celebrates
got into Germany, and on November Medical examinations and classi- The next four highest candidates, GARBAGE COLLECTION SA*
24th received wounds, from which he fication interviews at this post, pion- A Buick sedan, which had been who deserve honorable mention as S1xth Anniversary
is still hospitalized. He wrote his eer of several redistribution stations stolen in Perry, Ga., was recovered they gave stiff competition to the A marked improvement in the mother that he has had a 24 hour operated by the AAF Personnel Dis- in Jefferson county last week by winner, were Beverly Patterson, garbage collection service should re- The Bethel Home Demonstration
pass, his first since entering the hos- tribution Command for AAF return- Sheriff Cooksey. The car had been Gwendolyn Hatchett, Joyce Cooper suit from enforcement of the city or- Club met at the school house on Febpital, so he is making progress to- ee officers and enlisted men, will do- abandoned following a series of small and Mary Nep Bishop. dinance which requires the use of ruary 8th for a short business session
ward recovery. termine his new assignment. He will robberies on outlying filling stations The clubhouse was decorated with covered cans and placing of these and the annual birthday party of the
V- remain at the redistribution station on the Tallahassee highway. a Valentine motif throughout, the cans in a place easily accessible to club.
Pfc. Frank S. Kelly is now receiv- about two weeks, much of which will Investigating the robberies, the work being done by staff members the collectors on the days designated The meeting was called to order
ing his Monticello News in Nether- be devoted to rest and recreation. sheriff and his deputy, George Ar- under tile direction of 'Mrs. Larry for each section of the city. by the president, Mrs. Palmer Ward.
lands East Indies. Frank has served He served as a duty sergeant dur- rants, obtained a meagre description Baxter, whose originality transform- Approved cans with lids and han- After the singing of several songs, overseas for a little over a year. ing three years in the Southwest Pa- of the three boys from negro chil- ed the large room. A trail of hearts dies and capacity not less 3 gallons the roll was called and minutes of First stationed in New Guinea he cific and holds a Distinguished Unit dren in the vicinity. Through these led to the throne, where at 8:45 nor more than 4 gallons are required the last meeting read by the secrewas transferred a short time ago to Citation. He was a truck driver be- efforts the boys were found and ar- when the celebration began, Miss under provision of the ordinance. tary, Mrs. T. C. Clark. A report of
the Netherlands East Indies. fore joining the AAF Aug. 7, 1941. rested in St. Augustine a few days Valentine was crowned by Eleanor They are now available at local hard- the county council was given by the
-V- V- ago. The Buick, which was in good Folsom. Ava Ruth Sawyer present- ware stores. delegate, Mrs. Thomas! Green.
The Sledge family have been noti- Corporal Terry West, who is serv- condition, is being held here for the ed her with a large box of Valentine Enforcement of the ordinance has The meeting then adjourned for the fied by the War Department that ing with a medical unit aboard a hos- owner. candy from the staff. Miss LaVinka been made necessary as a public birthday party. A surprise stork
Col. Theodore J. Sledge, who has pital ship, recently spent a few days -------------- wore an evening dress with a black health measure and also on account shower was given Mrs. Loeb, county
been held a prisoner of war by the in port at Charleston, S. C. Tele- Miss Sarah Kuder of Jacksonville velvet bodice and plaid taffeta skirt, of the excess time consumed in col- home demonstration agent. Several
Japanese since the fall of Corregidor, phoning his mother, Mrs. Marie spent last week end here with her Her corsage was a camellia and her lection necessitated by use of poor games were enjoyed by the members, has been transferred from a prison West, of Tallahassee, he reports that parents, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Ku- crown was fashioned of red hearts. containers, the gathering of refuse then "Mr. Stork" appeared with a
camp on Formosa to Manchukuo. he is well and happy in the work he der. Also a guest at the Kuder home William Bailey was her escort. such as ashes and leaves from the shower of gifts for Mrs. Loeb.
Apparently fearing an American is doing. This was Cpl. West's 14th was Lieutenant Jim Fowler of Den- The Jeffersonian staff members grounO and entering yards or houses The birthday cake was very pretty
invasion of Formosa, the Japs moved voyage. ver, Colo., and Camp Blanding. (Continued on page 8) to find the garbage. (Continued on page 5)






The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla., Friday, February 16, 1945


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Fascinating to Make Relief, Try This

777 Home Mixture
.Saves Big Dollars. No Cooking This splendid recipe is used by millions every year, because It makes
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Man About Town:
The ex-convict whose plot to kid-of pvtiap Betty Grable was interrupted is en Ingredients, In concentrated form.
last-named Williams. She still has well-known for its soothing effect ow
a guard, and her father and husband tc
tote gats. . The O.D.T. will order cups of granulated sugar and one mw
all dining cars removed from choochoos traveling less than 350 miles. s
The Newspaper Guild will in- use corn syrup or liquid honey, In, stead of sugar Syrup.
-vade the radio field (to organize it) Put the Pinex Into a pint bottle n&
nextadd yur syrup. This gives you a Sum nexeSume pint of cough medicine very effectlv
. .and quick-acting, and you get about. The colyum forwarded several let- four times as much foryour money.
ters from worried bond buyers who It never spoils, and Is very pleasant
heard enemy-planted rumors that -children love It
savings bonds wouldn't be redeemed You'll be amazed by the way It takes
sIng codnewt hi em. g bold of coughs, giving quick relief. It
in accordance with their terms. .h1The U. S. Treasury debunks the
rumors with this statement: "The tair passaes Mne ref e t
rumors are absolutely without foun- doesn't please in every way.
dation. The U. S. Gov't has never
defaulted in the payment of its
debts. Since the Congress has am
ple power to provide for meeting
all obligations of the gov't (when
due) there can be no doubt that its Mushing is one of the sports now enjoyed at the army's Lake Placid club, New York, left, which has ('ROSS-STITCH kittens (8-to-the- ,
promise to pay its obligations (when been turned into an army redistribution station, where returned fighting men may relax. Center, two G.I. inch crosses) a
due) will be carried out. Undoubt- couples are having fun riding on a one-horse open sleigh Lower right, no transportation problem when a edly subversive activity in this count skate chair is at hand. Upper right, the Gcons have a spin behind a team of sled dogs. makin- your and end up by
try is responsible for spreading of kithe gawihc.
such misinformation. By making
known the true facts you could do Indias Sikhs Honor r Ro al Start these towels now.Pattern 7235 con.
much to discount the wholly unfound- tains a transfer pattern of 7 motifs 51,
ed rumors.-D. W. Bell, Treasury by 8 Inches; list of materials; stitches.
Dep't, Washington." Due to an unusually large demand and
P, current war conditions, slightly more time
is required in filling orders for a few of
The news that Donald Nelson
would marry the young widow Col- Send your order to: On you, fo.ifo N. B. C. sfaion
bourne was tipped here first on De- ._. evezy Saturday moving
cember 13, 1943, this way: "We s 11:00 A. M., E. W. T.
promise to omit the name until he 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, M. WISE wsoc WFBC
is freed. Watch for the name of EcPA W T
Mrs. Paul Strashon's next groom. 1 A. N., C. W. T.
She's a widow. He is one of America's most famed leaders." . .
J. A. Brunner (Chief of the Veterans Address
of Foreign Wars) investigated our
warning about a subversive eec. YOU R looks better groomed with
among the group and fired him.Moroliearonic.Keep amog te goupandfird hm. argest Curtain Arranged HAIR unruly hair in place.
Gives lustre. Big bottle.
One of the playbores is so wor- In Thousands of Patterns ALWAYS only 25c. Sold everywhere.
tied about his induction via the work
or fight bill's becoming a law he's en- T l t h t
.gaged a man to stay in Washington Theata tae m ade
to send him daily reports on its prog-. i in tadio ctin
ress. . Another of the same set ew Yr ays Ciers. hirteen
(afraid of losing his draft-proof status if seen in public with his dolls) .4 the matea ner csevent
stays home, which is practically a
night club. . Add lucky timing: their on idd loor, mk
"They Told Me," by Leonard Lyons
in This Week. Deals with the war's Pocrinli thousands of tou
top men and their confabs. . One Shoulder a Gunof the better-known socialice made These patterns are preset on and Or the Cost of One
a terrific odor at Penn Station the
otherlle ayemaicll whe sh founnsh other ayem when she found she The Sikhs are the warriors of "Mother India." Leader of the 5 million is the Maharajah of Patiala, 33, clotrld backtatialeb. an BUY 'WAR BONDS
couldn't buy two compartments to of the state of Patiala. On December 27 they staged a great festival to honor the founder of their religion, Florida plus three for her servants! Guru Gobind Singh, and his two sons who became martyrs. The story goes that the sons of Guru were taken and held hostage by Moslems in an attempt to force their father to give up his religion. He refused, DO YOU DRINK WELL, SPRING OR CISTERN WATER? The nation's No. 1 sin town is and the Moslems built a tomb around the seven and nine-year-old boys, burying them alive. Center shows Washington. Ever since the FBI the Maharajah, shoeless, carrying the first basket of earth from the site of the new shrine. Right shows lost that "black spook" case the the warriors in colorful contingent. joynts are jumpin'. How Tempus
Fugits Dep't: Davey Lee, who sat Airmen Yugoslavia Lt. Bu g Drives On "s Your
on A. Jolson's lap in "Sonny Boy,"
is now a pilot in the S. Pacific for .
Uncle Samson. T. Dorsey's bookIng at the 400 on Feb. 16th will guarantee him $6,000 per week against a
percentage. A record, we think, for
a nitery. . A WAC private stationed at Santa Monica is really Water
named Pearl Harbor. -_ ',-3 7

Your Broadway and Mine: SAFE .u
Faces About Town: Victor Moore,
the beloved comedian, moving out 'F
of an exclusive Park Avenue place
(back to the Broadway hotel he lived MESCO Simplex and Duplex domestic water filters re now
in during his vaudeville days) be- available for immediate delivery. They ae designed to meet
cause he was "so uncomfortable."
. J. J. Shubert telling comedienne
Sue yan(theShuert' mot vlu-water free of undesirable taste, odor, color and soluble iron Sue Ryan (the Shuberts' most valuable property since "Blossom (red water). Made in Atlanta. Ask us f or details and prices.
Time") to wear her rubbers out- Easy to install No operating costs. Guaranteed
doors. . J. P. Marquand, coparent of the hit show, "The Late
Geore Aley, redyin tocove .Mechanical Engineering & Supply Coo.
George Apley," readying to cover the
Pacific arena soon. . Music czar
Petrillo, who will try to invade the
newsreel music field, alleging newsreels shouldn't use canned music,
etc. . Henry Luce, the Mag-nate,
better known as Father Time. .
Evelyn Nesbit, once the toast of the
town, preferring to dine alone at
Duffy's Tavern.
Duffys Taern.Aiding in a benefit match for the
Manhattan Murals: The photo of war wounded, Lieut. J. Donald
Fred Allen taken about 20 years ago American airmen, above, who crashed in Yugoslavia, were rescued Budge lashes out with a forehand
in checked derby and tight trousers during seven-minute landing of Allied planes. Below, the rescued men, drive to win Los Angeles professional
-in the window of a 47th Street pho- who had been aided by General Mihailovitch and Marshal Tito and versus amateur duel. Budge's posttogger. . The icicles on the nude their forces, before being rescued. They were members of the 15th air war plans call for continued profess. statues in the Museum of Modern force combat crew rescued from behind German lines. signal golf competition.
Art Gardens. Very comical. . .
The pup wearing military apparel.
Thepu warngmiitryaparl.Bomber Group Command Change Commands 7th Fleet
The French restaurant, "L'Apres
Midi," at 48th near 8th-where the
patrons get up and entertain.
The Navy flier in the Cub Room
slaying, the elebs with this one. He
displays a pack of Camels and says:
"If you were out on this desert
where would you sleep?". The
sucker looks and looks and eventually says: "I'd sleep near the pyra- U1,
nids or under that palm tree." .
to which the snapper is: "I wouldn't. ,N
I'd just go around the corner (turning the pack) and sleep in one of
these hotels!" V"

Princess Anastasia of Greece
(King Peter's mother-in-law) is now
wearing the pants in the Yugoslav
royal tribe. She is blamed for the
recent crisis. . Mussolini, our na- the two famous pain-relieving agents inBen-Gay-methyl
tio's etetivs larn issquwk-salicylate and menthol. Ben-Gay contains up to 2 / times tion's detectives learn, is squawking that his Nazi friends not only
robbed everyone else in Italy but F fast r
even took all of his personal possessions. . Swiss scribes believe
Gen'l Guderian will be replaced as bomber command, operating from China, has assumed command of the kaid commander of the U S. Sev.
Nazi Eastern commander. Because 21st bomber command He relieved Brig. Gen Haywood S. Hansell Jr enth fleet, as lie donned a steel helof his terrific argument with Hitler center. At right is Bri. Gen. Roger M. amey, who succeeded General met to direct operations against who fought againstt the big with: LeMay in command of the 20th bomber command General Hansell has the Japanese in the Philippine zone.
drawals returned to the United Statesr He softened up Luzon






The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, February 16, 1945


CLASSIFIEDT Km1 lUfl i Making That Problem Window Fit
CLASSI FIE D
DEPATMET I~11~forId~vo,~PerfectlyInto the Room Setting
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AGENTSBy Ruth Wyeth Spears AGENTS____WANTED__ LPJh n H.uersetj,-- P0FWO~ IG NOTE: These curtains are from the
LADY WANTED in ever community, both t r [. 32-page booklet "Make Your Own Cur.
rural and city, to sell line of household tains" which Mrs. Spears has prepared
aecessities to her neighbors. Our line in. THE STORY THS FAR: American make available to port authorities "Please, Giuseppe." for readers. To get a copy send 15 cents
,c1udes such scarce items as cheese and troops, taking part In the Invasion of al .eo
laundry soap. Liberal commission. General COLOR with nm tnd address diec to:
Tilroenots Company (U-3). Albany, Georgla. talmarriveeatdthhseapor.town oomRan
Adana. Major Victor Joppolo, from Anjd he read: "Don't make your- me l openumbed the dor. wor.eUHWYTSER
Brooklyn, New York, was In charge as men. aostubeinBthwr "BdfRH NewT YoERS
the Aingot officer. With him was, Ser' self cheap. Always be accessible to well dressed, and had neckties on. BdodHlsDrawer 10 NwYr
Splitting Dust Specks gent Leonard Borth, to serve as M.p. the public Don't play favorites One of them was quite old. The
Anclosem15cenmsnforulokort "Mak in charge of security. The Major Im. Speak Italian whenever possible. other was very fat and looked forty. YorOnctas"
A new micromtanipulator that mediately began toaintervieut the citi- Don't lose your temper. When plans They hurried down the room, and Name.
4hods ool inisbleto he naied zens Af Adana, in erder to determine fall down, improvise. *"each seemed anxious not to let the lds tools invisible to the unaideddetermined that
-eye, such as a chisel only one their wod e l That was the one he wanted, other get ahead of him. 4lNT
itweny-fiv hundedt of anf inch wic
twenty-five hundredth of an inch would improve their conditions and make When plans fall down, improvise. The old one said in English, with _____________________-wide, enables a scientist to use their lives more pleasant. with Borth, The door opened. A man came a careful British accent: "My name OF SHELVES
,them under a microscope to Major JoppoloInspected the former Nazi in whose appearance was vaguely is Cacopardo, at your service, Ma-spread out, pick up, saw in two or headquarters, which he was to use as familiar to Major Joppolo. The Ma- jar. I am eighty-two. I own most HE curtains
;pull apart infinitesimal specks of his office. He spent his first hours get- jor realized later that he had seen, of the sulphurs in this place. Here herewith match the window
-~dst ndunttin Acquainted, not this man, but several who looked Cacopardo is sulphur and sulphur is seat and several slip covers, and

.**.*CHAPTER HI ies. He was the type of the second- vices whenever you need of it." draw cord match the dominant lINK
For cog in the gangrritaionsyrsult*d

U Major Joppolo said: "Do not bowm uith Cacopardo for speaking first, color of small cushions and lamp Let a little Vicks VapoRub melt on
feThere is no need to grovelhr beidteosanwoawysok said in English: "Craxi, my name. base. The window lets in the maxi- the tongue. Works fine, to soothe sore






amraeallinlagser tesmllfo- Th ftoinhgsemdbnoydcoorinthslad eeainhteOAy'rtocod
amonly a Major. Borth here isa the rap. He had the bald head, the I have a telegram." muom of light and you would never throat due to colds and helps relieve
Sergeant. Are you a man?" Major Joppolo said: "What can I guess that originally it looked like irritation in upper breathing passages.
Er Little Zito was getting very mixed .-~do for you gentlemen?" a postage stamp in the middle of To Ease Spasmns of Coughing:
myself OF up. "No sir," he paid cautiously. Cacopardo said: "Advices." a blank wall. At first it seemed Put agood spoonful of VapoRub in a





Coug Laseng give your throatjr' ep
The h sw y he ajr' eprs-Craxi said: "Telegram." impossible to curtain it because bowl ofboding water. Wonderful relief~
: fo cough and throat Irritations result-: sion that he should have said yes, fixtures could not be screwed to comecs as you breathe in the steaming
:Ing froms colds or smoking, millions use and he did. Cacopardo said: "The Americans mea caeet or th laster. medicinal vapors that penetrate to
coming to Italian countryside need cold-congested upper breathing pas* The Major said: "You may greet some advices." The old man looked The built-in hook shelves helped sages. soothes the irritation, quiets
me by shaking my hand. You will ~ tagta ispeteitrrtrthat. A space a foot wide was al- fits of Coughing, helps clear head



thattrreaches allepp the waytdwnp.re.tbe
greet Sergeant Borth in the same n de:" iht dieyulowed at each side of the window FrAddRlerbVp~bo

lowh e s to be careful, in Adano are many so that the curtains could hang throat, Chest, back. Let its famous
showedthsatd hasd teasin eesia-mnwooeeilglnnAeia over the wall, and the painted double-action keep a a.





FOR who~ AweES illga AIn AmrcOnwrknFo
Ltrsesome men too who were condemned wooden pole was then screwed ontlorkinteforSl
ReOll H LOZENGES ian: "First I will find out if he's a to the electrical chair in Brooklyn to the sides of the shelves. The hocursasyouslep VA P0RU43
a sooting because they're dangerous Fascist." of New York." diagram shows this and how the
really medicated. Each F & LOR
Cough Lozenge gives your threaotk cr
S eso ntem to laugh or cry. He was fright- could be pulled back and
ack ie embarrassment, said: "Giusepper Ifhatreachesallthewaydo". be- : but he was also flattered by want to speak to the priest of the forth.
lwthe gargle line. Only 10f box. : these men. He said: "I will never town._Willyougethimforme?"
canslie to you, Mister Major. I am anti- town.pW lloro gethim wrinte
S Fascist, Mister Sergeant. I will be boss?"
Majr garden withdFerry'seUEL usher ere."Cacopardo said: "In Adano are thirteen churches, Major, and in seven o'clock each morning." some, like San Angelo and San SeIII NIUGI ADDED *16 PAINS Of "Seven o'clock," said Zito. bastiano, are two or three priests."1 T



















Relief At Lastbrtofmcin uad =
o Y uh Major Joppol said: "Which Add a bit of vinegar to the dishNEURITIS-ILUMBAGO rifle fire echoed from distant streets. church is best?" wae octthe grease.
Zito cringed. Cacopardo said: "In churches be
Borth said: "You are perhaps a ought not to be good and bad, but A temperature of from 60 to 65
man but you are also frightened." San Angelo is best, because Father
Pensovecchio is best of all degrees F. is suitable or most
bad here?" Major Joppolo said to Giuseppe:
Zito started jabbering about the "Get him for me, will you?" To prevent corks from sticking
LAg.et~e~ns~a'il2-mai~zeOc bombardments and the air raids. -~"Yes, a boss," Giuseppe said, and in bottles containing glue or pol*91ITION: ISE DILYLI IIHHI*S "We are very hungry," he saidletisscathcokwhvsene




















quLIckly allay StheS4 coug or111111k leou arecottecokwt vsl
McNEIL IRIS Co., k,. JACISOLVILLE A, FLORIDA when he had cooled down a little. _,rWhen he had left, Major Joppolo -0
"For three days we have not had said to Cacopardo "Is this Giuseppe To prevent your piano wires
bread. All the important ones ran fellow not to be trusted?" from rusting, tack a small bag of
away and left me here to guard the
Remember the tomatoes Palazzo. The stink of dead is very
mention only the electrical chair, will absorb the moisture. BELOVED QUEEN, PERSONIFIED
ba, aegeSell"e a s an "I could for you, am not one to name the names." THE VICTORIAN AGE IN























oud gorelst syptoms
poundlo.eSpmebpiopleparessscknbe
Of ouseyo rmebe tere- cause the drivers of the water carts weak mouth. He had a scar across Major Joppolo spoke, sharply Keep your household sponges HER STRICT SIMPLICITY
Ofe cse you plnremb Ferrem have not had the courage to get his cheek. His eye was furtive and "You said you came to advise me. fresh by soaking them in cold salt AND SEVERE VIRTUE.'























tgans seedcho antedingomymptomsy
packet; the luscious, ripe fruits; water for several days, because of he had the appearance of being will- I must know about this Giulieppe. water. the mouth-watering flavor of those the planes along the roads. We do Ing but in need of instructions. Is he to be trusted or not?" Ptafwrbe ad rud'- H AOSN-II
fresh salads; the inviting array of not believe in victory. And our bell He said in English: "You pull up The old man bowed agai n and t hanl f yur baths bruh toGL PERO S A
cans you put up for winter. is gone." a flag. War's a finish here in Ada- said: "Giuseppe is a harmless oe.






















ineinur to buyl Follo label diecios
Ferry'sSeedsarereadyagaintohielp, Major Joppolo said: "Your bell?" no, huh?" The fat Cmaxi was growing very nsrafimgpuont.p" PURE, SWEET, WHOLEmakeyour garden yield amaximum Zito said: "Our bell which was The Major said: "Yes, who are annoyed that Cacopardo was getting S OME SPREAD IN THE
of success and enjoyment. Have a seven hundred years old. Mussolini You? all the attention. He said: "I have To rid the chimney of soot, burn AA OF NUMILLIS.
better garden with Ferry's Seeds, took it. It rang with a good tone The Italian said: "I'm from a a telegram. Please to deliver." potato peelings or the tops from
On sale at your favorite dealer, each quarter hour. Mussolini took it Cleveland, Ohio. I been here a Major Joppolo said: "This isn't a mason jars or other bits of zinc. TETBEGAE


























owasteThee'sttwrrgo-roep hehdmperopedwhilreaRARINBWut
FERRY-MORSE SEED CO. to make rifle barrels or something. three year. You got a Work fo telegraph ork-o. / wl M G REI
D.1,0it31 SnFacc24 The town was very angry. Every- me?" Ing on. Do you think we have noth- cleaning. CHURNED-FR
nu to one begged the Monsignor, who is Major Joppolo said: "What's your ing better to do than deliver tele- A few re1 /uic gvA
D? i .i000 UtH asc b1 teuceo h aot fe name?" grams?" Afwdosof lemonjucgie
ovens iniede of the Mayor, mpurits
some church bells instead. But the The' Italian said: "Ribaudo Giu- Craxi was apologetic. "I am anti- added flavor and also helps ten- ~ .~~iW
posses h he is not the sort to desecrate Joe." are the one who can deliver it." And -echurches, he says. It meant we Major Joppolo said: "What can he pulled out from his pocket a Use the top of a lipstick con- maorgarirn certified by its maker to he
liAnd only two weeks You do?" piece of ruled paper, folded four taer over the ends of your cur- the Tble-Grade' margarine. Use it gen.
before you came. Why did you not Ribaudo said: "I'm a good Amer- ways and pinned shut with a safety tain rods when pushing them A Ah e rously for
come sooner?" ican. I'm a hate these Fascisti. I pin. He handed the paper to the through freshly starched curtains. seasoning and
d A i "Where was this bell?" could do a good a job for you" Major, who put it down on his desk, - frying, ool
Relief Ati Last "Right here." Zito pointed over Major Joppolo said:. "If you're to the disappointment of Craxi. To flatten rug corners that curl '~~ 11W























Other Migns ofid kidne ory bladerdie
ois head. "The whole building tin- such a good American, why did you ,and slip on the floor, cut out L gled when it rang." leave the States?" whet doesl bis tow n the ms tlet ropes of thetru I























threaten ise wtser than negect Usemos
For Your Cough come to yee aress of ador.a
Ty Ribaudo said: "I'm a kick out." right now?"
Creomlson relieves promptly saw the framework for the bell up "Why?" the sad Itnesab
belA B ell o aspr C~aoosi:"tnesabl













































cause it goes right to the seat of the on the tower, did you?" Then he more than anything.
trouble to hela loosent and expel added to Zito: "That is your reason "How'd you get in, then?"
IAno Major Victor Joppoloess fromll











































r laden phlegm, and Ead nature for wamtoing us to have come sooner, "I got a plenty friends in a Cleve- More than anything, to eat is neceser*
soothe and heal raw, tender, is it?"
flamed bronchial mucous mem- iee t eit
Tell Your druggist to, sell you Zito was careful. "Partly," he "What did you do in the States?" Cacopardo said: "The town needs
aNow wor J le sdn E e"PADY YOU Ac
teraliethei live moreilo pleaant With Borthd.,Sbottle o omusto it the un- i aid "Oh, I work a here, work a its bell back. You can always eat"
torMajor JoppoloMinspe the s pN w Craxi, who had been rather slight
q ~ ~ ~ edures which heay was toug use asresA O DA








































touckyou allayskis ed in the conversation anyhow, now gt *
ma picture, I wonder how old it is, Ribaudo for not trying to lie about became quite angry. "You can al
REO ULSION mThere is n oed y agove uhr." IRN P O





































e t o am his illegal entry and repatriation ways eat, you Cacopardo," he said
forCoughs, Chest.Colds. Bronchitis The Major went to the desk, pulled He said: "Okay, I'll hire you. You "You have a million lira, you sulout the high-backed chair and sat will be my interpreter." phur. You can eat, but not all the
sin it, carefully putting his feet on "You don't a speak Italian?" people here can eat." And he turned
the scrollwork footstool ee to the Major: "To eat here is most
greet Serean Borth' in thee samei



































Borth said: "How does cans here who don't, and I may necessary, more necessary than any
Duce?" need you for other things too Do bell."
Do You Hate iOT FLASHES? The Major said: "There is ao you know these people well, do you Cacopardo broke into furious ItalIf you suffer from hot flashes, feel much to do, I hardly know where know who's for us Americans and ian: "Fat one, you think only of weak, nervous, d bit blue at times-F
all due to the functional "middle- twho's against us?" age"' period peculiar to women-try Borth said: "I know what I must "Sure, a boss, I hel a o la mortant than the stomach. The
LydiaEU, Ptnkhamn's vegetable Corn- do. I've got to find the offices of ty." elwso u prt twso u
pound to relieve such symptoms.o
Taken regularly-Pinklam's Corn- the Fascist Party, to see if I can "All right, what did you say your history. It was hung on the tower pound helps build up resistance find more records. May I take the name was?" by Pietro of Aragona. I was deagainst such annoying symptomse. Mse se n okfrteF
lam's Compound is made Mistea"Ribaudo Giuseppe, just a Joe for signed by the sculptor Luci de Anj
especFlly faor women-st helps S cio?" w
turu and that's the kind of medi- s
cine to buyM Follow label directions. "Go ahead, Borth," the Major "No, we're in Italy, I'll call you Craxi said in Italian: "People who MlqLPINKHAMA'S COMPOUIND When the two had left, Major Jop- Giuseppe. You've got to be honest their ears. They have no need of
LYDI E.VE Gusepe hre.Justtwothins'nwlaecvryehngr havraningig.i



































polo opened his brief case and took with me; if you're not, you'll be in bells."
out some papers. He put them in a bad trouble. The other is, don't ex- Cacopardo said: "By this bell the ~WN-7 45 neat pile on the desk in front of pect me to do you any favors I people were warned of the invasion soANYe MENt arwitheuea
Zito crndg. ed umaoo te ngigmsl


































him ad begn to ead:wouldn't do for anyone else, see?" of Roberto King of Naples, and he luago orecil o after aggngsue esftowt
"Oh sure, a boss. You don't a was driven back." aalno-dapesll Ifter sureeto
"INSTRUCTIONS TO CIVIL AF- worry." Craxi said: "People with malaria cold o eennf su erer
FAIRS OFFICERS. First day: En- "Now tell me, what does this town also have a ringing in their ears." Ldonly n about methyl
whennieenad Iooaddidoon tolitthyl
































ter the city with the first column. need the most?" Cacopardo said: "The bell warned salicylate-a most effective painThem leanse the Blood bCooperate with C.I.C. in placing "I could a go for a movie house, the people when Admiral Targout relieving agent. Soretone acts like
of Harmtful Body Waste guards and seizing records. Place a boss, brought his French and his Turks to cold heat to speed relief:ouridee arecnstanly filtering all food warehouses, enemy food "No, Giuseppe, I mean right this place in 1553 and burned many Sa ns o
ast nter the blood stream. But dumps, wholesale food concerns, now." homes and churches, and all that 1 ucl Soret0750 acs toAmntAc s Nature intended-fail to re. and other major food stocks under "Food, a boss. Food is a bad was left in the Church of Our Moth-.ae oa iclto.MSUA U BG
dayselo.heSomemucuoaplcaapse sRBACKACmoeimpurities that, if retained, may guard. Secure an estimate from lo- now in Adano. Three dasa lot a er was the little silver crucifix which 2.Cekmsuacrp.ORB KAH
o roshe yem ndpthhl cal food distributors of the number people no eat a nothing." you will see now in the Church r t 3. Hel su lta ouelling.
symptoms m aegig backache of days of food supplies which are is because of a short- San s 4. fiil sua or bloor
perstsent heeda ,al dasfcdiaziuse
getting u ts, swelling puffiness on hand or available. Make a re- age of flour?" The Major said in dotalian: "We I vessels. M U PAcl S
undr t. R f Ig o nev s goe.































ande thed eys- feein of neoust port through channels on food situ- "No, everyone been a scared, have no time for this recital. I For fastest action, let dry, rub induIs.o
Other sIgns of kidney o r bladder dis- ation in your area. See that the fol- Baker don't a work, nobody sell a wish to know what things are press- again. There's only one Soretone- SORE MUSCLES
order aresomtimesb bunng, scaty or lowing establishments are placed pasta, water don't a come in a ing and must be taken care of at insist on it for Soretone results. u ooewr
Zito saidq"Ourtbeliwhichowa
































The u benodoubtethat propu under guard or protection: foun- carts. That's all, a boss." once.y o. M
treatment II rani than neglo.o
D.s.s Pills. De' have been winning, dries, machine shops, electrical "How many bakers are there in Cacxi said: "I have spoken. Food
new s for more than forty years. works, chemical plants, flour mills, town?" is the first thing."
hey have a aoireputathlo breweries, cement plants, refrigera- But before Giuseppe could answer Cacopardo said: "The bell must
country over. As, n neighbor tion plants, ice plants, warehouses, this question, there were two offerbe taken care of at Once, The bell
olive oil refineries, sulphur refiner- taneous knocks on the door, one did not warn us of this invasion, or les, unny oil mills, soap manu- strong, and one weak, we would have been in the street
factoring plants, and any other im- "I open 'em up, a boss?" Giubl with flowers to welcome you." l?"s m e bb. t loi sens of ],mi.
port t establishments. Locate and seppe was at ast eager. (TO BE CONTINUED)








FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1946

~TVU(' f te Clvay Bptis ChrchStok Sle fl~ of the first publication of this notice.
THE MONTICELLO N WS pastor the service aihearhurh Live Stock Auction Sale CLASSIFIED ADS Each claim or demand must be in QUICK RELIEF FROM
were ENTIWd g taser J.PBlinskilT. Your Rwriting and must state the place of Symptoms of Distress Arising from
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY e irEd BraW J llock JaminskiFol- Bring Your Hogs wRITE for 1945 prices on baby residence and post-office address of STOMACH
chicks, New Hampshires, Barred the claimant, its agent or attorney, ULCERS
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER som and James R. Cooksey. Wilkins and Cattle to Rocks, Wyandotts. Book your or- or the same will become void accord- DUE TO EXCESS ACID
Established 1869 Funeral Home was in charge of ar- der now for baby turkeys, blood- ing to law. FreeBookTellsofHomeTreatnientthat
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION rangements. MONTICELLO STOCK YARD tested, broadbreasted Bronze direct This 2nd day of February, A. D. Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing
Established 1873 Auction every Monday, and get from Texas. Hatches weekly. 1945. Overtwo million bottlesoftheWILLARD
Changed to HT rlA highest market prices. Sale Stever's Hatchery, Live Oak Fla. tf STELLA E. WHITMORE, TREATMENThavebeensoldforreliefof
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 TT uRe na starts 2 p. in. Monticellq Stock Executrix of the last will and symptoms of distress arising from Stomach
and Duodenal Ulcers due to Excess Acid- Yards. J. N. Hawkins, Mgr. FOR SALE- Improved chewing testament of W. W. Whitmore, Poor Digestion. Sour or Upset Stomach,
KEATHLEY BOWDEN Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Boyd had Cane, 3 cents per stalk; also No deceased. Gassiness, Heartburn, Sleeplessness, etc.,
Editor "oe 'os"a heproae Feb- 762 syrup cane, 1 cent per stalk IFirst publication hereof on Febru- due to Excess Acid. Sold on 15 days' trial I
Edt r"open house" at the parsonage Fe- 7, ss ,P Ask for "Willard's Message" which fully
Entered at Monticello Post Office ruary 6th for members and friends of N buyer to strip and load, or 1% cts. o 1945. explains this treatment-freg-at
as Mail matter of the Second Class the four churches in the Waukeenah We have found that someone has per stalk loaded. Lott Brothers No. 32. Feb 2-9-16-28
Telephone------------------138-R Charge. During the past two months been cutting a good many Camellia Farm, Lloyd, Fla. 2-15-p
the parsonage has been completely Flowers in our Park Grounds across OFFICE OF PUBLICATION renovated and remodeled. Work done from the Office. We are glad to have WANTED-House to rent or buy,
News Building Dogwood Street includes painting inside and out add- folks come in and look at the flowers convenient to school. Mrs. J.
ing a bath room, repairing porches, and plants, however we cannot allow SUBSCRIPTION RATES adding French doors, varnishing fur- them to be pulled or cut, and will ask In compliance with House Bill 1175,
One Year --------------- $2.00 nature and adding new shades, cur- that thib practice be stopped. Chapter 20953, laws of Florida 1941.
Six Months -------------- 1.00 titans and draperies. Nearly one hun- MONTICELLO NURSERY Co. Monticello Grocery Company. T. L.
dred people enjoyed the elaborate Bullock and A. M. Patterson, Owners.
dinner served at 8 o'clock District No. 33. Feb 9-16-23 Mar 29
Thomas L. Faison Superintendent E. J. Pendergrass
Thomas L. Fasndied suddenly geasplendid object and workings a5 deep-freeze storage of meats and ~ Z
exryThslewAnizng FOnSLEIctCeaecbietfo
Monday morning on the Waukeenah of the "rsdfoChit'hecl u NO N I iUfrozen vegetables. Call 4F31 or
road south of Monticello while riding for missionaries and the need for write box 92, Lamont, Fla. Itp
in a truck driven by Norman Key. money to help rebuild churches, hos- An Outstanding Success -F- R
County Judge T. B. Bird and Sheriff petals and schools. In Canada-Made In U.S.A Gon, notsoldeand
J. R. Cooksey were summoned to The house was beautifully decorat- Great for Bronchial Coughs or ly. Mrs. Geo. T. Bishop, Aucilla. 2t
the scene and investigated the hap- ed with camellias, jonquils and Eng- Throat Irritations Due to Colds openings, but decided fromthe condi lish hawthorne. Every person rejoic- The King of all cough mediines -25 girls, junior sizes, who
tions t was pparen that eath d overthe acomplismentfor coughs. or brmonhial Irritations WATD2giljioszewo-5 tons it was apparent ed over the accomplishment resulting from colds in cold wintry are planning a new spring frock.
came from natural causes and no in Canada Is Buckley's CANADIOL There are 25 new Doris Dodson quest was held. Mixture. Fast working-triple actqet w e tMr. and Mrs. Bill Colson were call- ing Bickley's Mixture quickly loos- styles at Julius' Itc
Key reported to e St. Ptsu l ans and raises phlegm lodged In the
he was bringing a load of hogs to ed to St. Petersburg last Saturday tubes-clears air passages-soothes AE IS F R R
e r on account of the severe illness of rasped raw tissues, one or two sips WANTED-Farm in Jeffersn or
Monticello from Wacissa and Mr, Mrs. Colson's mother, Mrs. Barfield. and worst coughing spasmfeases.
Faison, who had been working at his You get results fast. You feel the adjoining county. Good land and
effect of Buckley's instantly. buildings and fences in good condijob as painter in Wacissa, was rid- Compounded from rare Canadian t The crucial, critical year is just farmer has a friend and helper in
ing with him. About three miles out Mr and Mrs. DeWitt Owen and Pin Balsamn and other soothing tion. Write Box "A" care News,
aling in gredients uckley's CAN- giving location and lowest price ahead forAmerica's Farm Forces. his Standard Oil Man. Your neighfrom Monticello he said he noticed three sons, of Quincy, called on the ADIOL Mixture different from trms. M2 This is the year they must pro- borly Standard Oil Man prides
hinythmngnyou everptried-allinedi- andsterms.fM2iThisuisathefyearotheyamustipro-obooyeStandardaOil.Man prides
his companion slump forward in his parsonage family Sunday afternoon, cation-no syrup. Get a bottle to- duce MORE (even than last year's himself on being of service beseat an he urnd lose he weelday at any good drug store. Satnssec an e turne sthe whe tion guaranteed or money back, record crops) with less help and yond the supplying of dependable
in an effort to grab the stricken man Mrs. Martha Jennings, Mrs. Woot- with fewer replacements of farm fuels and lubricants. His experiand prevent him from falling from en, Miss Dorothty Colson, Mr .and SIMMONS CITY DRUG STORE Before sd1ling or machinery. enced advice on lubrication and
the open truck. As he did this, he Mrs. Charles M. sMcClellan, Rev. and HEAD'S CASH DRUG STORE However impossible this may maintenance will help keep your
said, the truck went to the side of Mrs. J. A. Boyd attended the rally Buying a Used Car
the road in a shallow ditch and turn- of the "Crusade for Christ" conducted sound, the American Farmer is machines in the fight for the
ed so that he was unable to prevent by Bishop Arthur J. Moore T5hursday Subscribe to see "RED" used to doing the impossible. He duration.
Faison from falling out. However, in Tallahase Athtti RvT eg fl'TB A N EN will meet this new challenge by
Faison~~ frmfligot HwvrInTllhse.A httr4Rv DON BRANNEN working longer, and keeping all With tank-trucks operating from
no evidence was found to indicate Moore dedicated th e i Tric Monticello News I '"~ okn ogr n epn l ihtn-rcsprtnfo
that any part of. the truck had struck parsonage in 'Lot e s tO at his machines in fighting-trim- more than500bulkdelivery points,
Faison, and it was believed that Frank H Garage old and overtaxed though they there's aStandardOilMan serving
death had been instantaneous and The ladies of the W. S.C. S. held Inan keepi hisfar may be. your community. Always a good
that he had died before falling from their regular meeting Monday after- A ______________In keeping his farm machinery man to know-he can be especially
the truck. noon at the home of Mrs. Wooten. REAL ESTATE In the County Judge's Court of Jef- fit and fighting, the Southern helpful to you now.
Mr. Faison is survived by a sister, The study was "The American In- If O Want a farm, ferson County, Florida.
Mrs. J. E. Gilbert of Monticello and dian." AIn the Estate of:
Mr.J.EGlerfMotceladdin"a house, or some land W. W. Whitmore, deceased.
a brother, G. E. Faison of Plant City, Ask your Standard Oil Man for This 64-page book will be of
and a married daughter. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Boyd had as A see NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Funeral services were conducted their guests four of their daughters, T. J. MARTIN You and each of you are hereby Maintenance Manual for farm longing the life of your farm
REAL ESTATE BROKER notified and required to present any machinery. equipment.
at the graveside in Roseland Ceme- Mrs. Wills of rlaand Monticello Florida* claims and demands which you, or
terry, Monticello, Tuesday afternoon St. Louis, Mrs. Green of Orlando and either of you, may have against the
at 4:30 with Rev. David Simmons, Mrs. W. W. Summerford. estate of W. W. Whitmore, deceased
nlate of Pima County, Arizona, to the
County Judge of Jefferson County,
/ horidaaat is office in the court
house at Monticello, Florida, within IC R O AE NKN U K
eight calendar months from the date






Cucumber eating


Our representative will be in the courtroom of the Courthouse in U S ~~
Monticello, Fla., between 10:00 A. M. and 6:00 P. M. Saturday, February 17, to explain and sign contracts for cucumbers to be graded and bought
in Monticello, provided sufficient acreage is secured.
By growing cucumbers under contract to the CAIRO PICKLE
COMPANY, Cairo, Georgia, you get the following:

0 HIGH GUARANTEED PRICES-Our contract assures you of high
prices with NO possibility of the prices dropping or market "busting." To those who have experienced a winter visit !a
Prices are double 1941 prices. Florida's delightful clime, this scene will recall the

HEAVY YIELD-Cucumber vines yield very heavy tonnage and vied byoth ranget Blosom Snec th Slver
with heavy tonnage and guaranteed high prices, you are practically Meteor and other modern trains of Seaboard's famed
assued f aproftabe cop.passenger fleet. It is also a reminder of the transporassured of a profitable crop.tat comforts you can expect from the Seaboard
FOOD FOR OUR SOLDIERS-Pickles made from cucumbers in the future, when war's demands have been met.
that you will grow will be shipped to our Boys in Service all over the
world. It will be satisfying to know that you are growing a crop that shineoe c re gro vee
will go directly to Our Boys in Service as a delightful food. tables in bountiful variety-brought speedily and
regularly by Seaboard's crack freights-the Marketer,
LOW PRODUCTION COST and EARLY CASH CROP-Cucumbers
are grown, harvested and over with before many crops get started good. heteyou coe to Forid ors
They do not take much cultivation and are over with in time to use land Seaboard Railway winter's two-way
for many other crops. No machinery or war scarce implements are necessr.able link between you and th ~
sary.ghts of this magic
LOW SEED COST-Seed which we furnish only cost $1.25 for
1/2 lbs., which is one of the lowest costs per acre for seed. You
are furnished only tested and treated seed.


After Saturday, February 17, You Can Secure o a

Your Contract From:

Mr, E. N. Stephens, County Agent's Office, Monticello, Fla.
J. L. Anderson Co., Store, Monticello, Fla.
or by writing to Cairo Pickle Company, Cairo, Ga.

Remember to see our representative

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17,
in the courtroom of Monticello Courthouse and get full explanation of
our contract and sign for acreage you can handle.

Sluv More WAR BONDS



CAIRO PICKLE COMPANY
Cairo, Georgia TO5Lm
THROUGH THE HEART OF THE SOUTH

TMos appear in erwspapere in large indast A centers, and magaines Of national circulation








FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1945 THE 'MONTICELLO NEWS FIVE

Stillman preceded his wife in death Mrs. Julia Everette, Mrs. G. Y. Ar- Mrs. Hewlett Anderson, Mrs. E. B3 Bride-Elect Is Honored
sa few months ago. rants and Mrs. Palmer Ward. Bailey, Sr., Mrs. J. B. Brinson, Sr
sNews of Mrs. Stillman's passing Mrs. Joe R. Hughes, Jr., Mrs. S. D. At Luncheon Thursday
H ii ~came in a letter to Mrs. Marie West, Mrs. Brinson Hostess Clarke, of Monticello, Mrs. Fred Car -___. At Party For Miss Pate is and Miss Evelyn Davis of Quitman see and her daughter, Mrs. Joe R.
E. Sare i te t. eih lar lftyeseray IIMrs. B. L. Yon Honoree Mr.J .Bisn retrandand Miss Leila Graves and Miss Ruth Hughes, Jr., were hostesses on Thrs
Waldo._J._B._Brinson,_Jr.,_entertained Solomon of Waldo. Iday of last week in the latter's home
Mrs-. G. Miller of .At Birthday Dinner Wednesday with a luncheon compliT ue sat E Destino Plantation, entertainguest of Mrs. A. r Sasser. his new assignment at Eagle Pass, -menting Miss Josephine Pate, whose i Joseph ate ide-elect.
Texas, after a two weeks' furlough Mrs. Clyde H. Saund entertained marriage to Lt. John C. Anderson Msh.e living-rWestslecot



wi h hr p a en s M r and. M rs. B ailey recently m ove fro m St .n -r o P etersb urgte
s. H. P. Collins of Tallahassee here with his parents, Mr ad Mrs. with a surprise birthday dinner Mon- took place that afternoon in the was the week end guest of Mrs. R. E. Clark. day evening, complimenting her First Baptist Church. w~niel n aelLmrKne iin omth e tabyspin ler wasd cente
Waldo Harris. mother-inlaw, Mrs. B. L Yon. The Camellias and F Maieoils were used of Thomasville were married Satur- ith an ofem entof ed
Mrs. arie the Trrivay in dinner party was given at the Sauls throughout the rooms. In the dining day, February 10th by County Jud fisy



nessMrs viiosinTlaaserusdyduh e Reecca snuedreceny.odl
Miss Margaret Stokley of Mont- Monticello visiting her brother, Ter- home in East End, where lovely ar- room the long table was centered Thomas B. Bird in his office in the Enoigteprywhtehsgomery, Ala., spent the past weeklr Kidder, and friends. Mrs. West rangernents of pink perfection camel- with a bowl of snow drops in attract- Court house. Esesyan hnort ueth ere MrstJo
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey thetl mo from St. Petersburg has were used to decorate the rooms, lye arrangement while the small Mrs Kinsey is the daughter of Mr. W. Pate, Mrs. Tom B. Bird, Mrs
Stokley. to Tallahassee. A birthday cake decorated in green tables held simlar bowls Of long- and Mrs. C. A. Fulf ord, and r. Kin Hug Fraser, Mrs. HerianhSc
msey is the son of Mr .and Mrs. M. D. of Georgetown, S. C., Mrs. Tom L. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hamrick and Mr .and Mrs. Jake F. Miles of tered the dining table where candles Guests included Miss JosephineKinsey of Aucitsa The is Clarke, Jr., Mrs. Sanford Rissman,
is a i e ii n r a were used for illumination. Name Pate, Mrs. Joe W. Pate, Mrs. J. L. leaving this week to reside in Tho Mrs
ness viior inearlahasskee Tusay Rebianonec Se, triv l cards in a Valentine design marked Anderson, Mrs. James R. Cooksey, asville. SanD .re Mrs. Joe CBrr Briso
daughter. recent. the places for the eight guests at the
afternoon. Mrs. Miles is the former Corrinne beautifully appointed table.
Kelly of Monticello. Those enjoying the evening with
Mrs. P C. Wilkins has returned Mrs. Yon were Miss Bessie Turbull, I
from a week's visit with Mrs. P. Lieut. (j.g.) and Mrs. R. J. Brown Mrs. E. H. Gandy, Mrs. L. M. StevMcMullen in St. Augustine and with and small daughter, Penny, who have ens, Mirs. Irene Sheffield, Mrs. C. friends in Jacksonville. been visiting Mrs. Brown's parents, aitn r.J .Sua n
____Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Borland, left last Mrs. W. L. Stelts. Aylesbury Finlayson of New Yori for Racine, Wisconsin.
City and Arthur D. Foster of Bal ti- BRIDGE.-LUNCHEON AT HOME
more, Md., are visiting the former's Mrs. Joel Tucker of Jacksonville OF MRS. TOM L. CLARKE, JR.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Finlay- will arrive Saturday to spend several m-days with Senator and Mrs. S. D.
.son in their home on West Wash- Mrs. Tom L. Clarke, Jr. entertained
ton street. Clarke in their home on West Wash- members of the bridge club and se
ington street. eral other guests with a
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gallagher of The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Shepherd luncheon and bridge Tuesday at her New York have arrived for an ex- of Groveland have been called here home on Waukeenab street. Spring tended visit with their aunt, Mrs. by the illness of the former's mother, flowers were arranged attractively H. I Sattler. Mrs. Sattler met her Mrs. J. E. Shepherd, Sr. in the living and dining rooms.
guests in Jacksonville, where she Mrs. Tom B. Bird was awarded
went for medical treatment. Miss Evelyn Blair was the week high score prize, and Mrs. S. D.
end guest of Miss Marthine Vance in Clarke received low prize. The hostTalahassee. The girls attended the ess presented Mrs. R. H. McKim, of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Bishop and Mr. Leon High junion play and dance Fri- Tuppeiville, Ontario, with an attractand Mrs. T. B. McDonald attended I day night and were guests at the ive guest prize. the dedication of the Methodist dis- formal dance given by Miss Martrict parsonage and the service at garret Cogswell Saturday night. the Tallahassee church conducted by F u e G d Circle
Bishop Arthur J. Moore, Thursday. MRS. CHARLES STILLMAN, SR. Tie Founders Circle will meet at
Monticello friends of Mrs. Charles the home of Mrs. J. C. Braswell on A"
Mrs, J. E. Gilbert, who is spending Stillman will be grieved to learn of Monday at 4 o'clock. Mrs. G. W. the winter with her daughter in her recent death at her home in Chi- Stocking will lead a round table Tampa, was called to Monticello cago. Mrs. Stillman died suddenly discussion on lawns. The roll call Monday by the death of her brother, of cerebral hemorrhage. in Ii
Those. L. Faison. Mrs. Gilbert was Mr. and Mrs. Stillman were former
accompanied on the trip by her residents of Jefferson county and regrandson, Bert Dieffenwierth. sided at Silver Lake Plantation. Mr. Nosegay Circle to Meet
The Nosegay Garden Circle will





Hear


BARTLETT & ROBERTlSON,

WOlD FAMOUS PIANO DUETTISTS



THOMASVILE, GA. Bn will be gt saer
BARTLETT~V & ROBETSO -~ ChroeeCrce toMetI
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Friday Evening, February 16th.q ai
Starting 8:30 (EWT) Bte lb


MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM wrs. John u ith
Mrsn. W.x M.Daisn cand Mrs. I.theI-p~cX





Auspices Thomasville Entertainment Foundation w "p ts" in
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Single Admissions: Adults $2.40 the c
ATT3~1U1/FMrs.J T. ( Wontiufrm age 1).oh



Students .$1.20
7 couan sixve piksandlices andh



Enlisted Men and/or Wives, 60c coffee, along with the birthday cake,
including tax to Mrs. Maurice Loeb, Mrs. M. J.
Ticketson saleat doorBilinski Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Leo Bil- i~4
Ticketsinski, Mrs. Biddie Bilinski, Mrs
Thomas Green, Mrs. Fred Reed, Mrs. Ethel Bartlett and Rae Robertson are leaders Perry Harris, Mrs. Jimmy Davis,
in teirfiel. Har tem.Mrs. T. C. Clark, Mrs. J. T. Daniels, ; in their field. Hear them.





































Buy War ( hi



Kitchen,
That's right, full scale manufacture of new appli-9GLMU
ances is out until the end of the war. That means
you must make what you have last, at least, for -HR
the duration. And THAT means . good care and
prompt repair See your repair dealer at the first
sign of trouble. JUJRBZA

Bons TdayDON'T WASTE ELECTRICITY JUST BECAUSE ITS STILL CHEAP

Elcroi LORIAP].TcuM
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The Monticello Nowz. ivl ~Eiplls l Friday, February 16, 1945


QUICK RELIEF FOR IMPROVED Prety, Practical Apron-Pinafore Suni

HEAD
UCFROLDNTINLPa eato oTa f at ODUNDY Tots Frock for School or Since 1941, a unique study to de- MISERIE

Whenn nostrils are i nycn-0
section between the weather of the GET MULTIPLE RELIEF
Bl aDsun and that of the earth has been Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. 25carried on at Harvard's observa- RELIEF ONE-Reduce fever.
WetnsrlamReleased by Western Newspaper Union. toynear Climax, Coo., saysCo- RLETW Eaesufns.
o~cagd~losfee~a, Iers.As photographs of the solar RELIEF THREE-Reduce body aches.
,xmd~ wollo, ornataken during a natural RELIEF FOUR-Ease muscle pains.
fleajoarum, Seed_ LeconfoiFbrare1 could not be used, a spe- RELIEF FIVE-Lessen headache.
irit (1) Helps thin out cil movie camera had to be d Grovels Cold Tablets, like mar a
leered and copyrighted by Intrntionl
(I)seothes irritated eoe.dl Prsrpinaeamlpt
Council of Religious Education; used bilCleyh ooagah t Mdcn.Acmialcoeitc
mnabranes; (3) Helps permission. tive Medicinal Ingredients especial
=mt alan creates an artificial eclipse with designed for relief of usual cold mnds.
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Meal lod supply, msigsres n uoa
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Al freelbinae 21. every 10seodsOVK V E'SC TABLETS
iOD JaEs, tubes, 80Ogod gift and eeyperfect gift is from above, and eorneth down from the Father of eghts, with whom Is no variableness, neither shadow of turning-Names 1:17.
Hidden treasure I-there is some-r thing about it that catches our ima Sinations and stirs our expectancy of discovering great riches. Men are a WORfnlD LARGST SELLER All10 constantly going on expeditions to 0 iIE
seek out lost treasure. Others are engaged in study and research to bring out new treasures in nature or in the realm of learning or art. i Why not stir up a little excitement about the unbelievably rich treasures which are hid in Christ and in the life of faith in Him? It o. is not hidden, except to the eye of.
:unbelief, but it is greatly neglected
Sand all but forgotten by many.
The Scripture portions assigned 044for our lesson are not as well adapted Play Frock Yucntaodepsr
to it as one could wish, but we may IITTLE daughter will feel quite a't wintry winds, driving rains, suddeik
make goodusofte.W larL
her: seofthm.Welern12'7 grown-up in her apron pina- 4- weather changes. But you con reievel
lwMoods Are Often The Csfeepin 1:4 fore to match mother's. The gayeaiyndqck-temsurahs
1.Te otofRdmpin(1:4 14-42 over-shoulder ruffles and sweetSk.Icted To Constipation 46). heart neck are edged in bright anpinsthe ase.ut p ateonSlan'sy
3, erse ttsndontp- Undoubtedly the lesson committee Lnmn n eti eert ntnl
SnauitengotogetherITakeNature's had In mind the usual interpretation Apron-Pinafore bnig da o colo ly ihwrincmotn eif
Riedy (NRTabiets). Contains nal of these parables, which presents A CURRENTLY popular style is Pattern No. 8741 is designed for sizes
thesias~oipas~up o sine asteoeseigtethAohradduhe 2, 3,4, 5and 6years. Size 3, with *
thesnosicrl~opeo dinrao- n eeigte temter-ad-duhe sleeves, requires 2% yards of 35 or 39-inch
nisafies. NRTabletaredifferent- treasure and giving up all that he theme. This attractive house frock material; 3 yards trimming for ruffles and 4lActio offered 10el vegeabl rci may have Christ. for mother buttons at the shoulder neck.
asole lormulate over 50 years While it is true that our redemi and waist in back and is mar- SWN ICEPTENDP.~SifJit tan rie
ag, to I ot mr hn ntig eosysimple to do up. SEWIN CIouth PAeTEs DEPChiaT.
Tasseled or candy coated, their al tion ost worth more thango anything Jeoouss *Srisi rie
~ dpenabl, toroghyet els inalltheword ad tat he Pattern No. 1272 comes in sizes 14, 16. Enclose 25 cents In coins for each
aclas millions of NR's have Christian would gladly set aside (or 18, 20: 40 and 42. Size 16. with sleeves, pattern desired.
yua.Get a 25A. Convincer Box. would he?) everything for Christ's requires 4%/ yards of 35 or 39-Inch mate-. atr o.ie
CasilTake only as directed, sake, yet that does not fulfill the rial; 4 yards of rick rick to trim. PtenN ie.
M 10-IGHTl TOMORROW ALRIGHT thought of this parable. After all, Due to an unusually large demand and Name.
333 ~r~~a~~ currentret war conditions, slightly more time
ABL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE what has a sinner (whose own right- isrequired in filing orders for a few of Address .
eousness is described in Scripture the most popular pattern numbers. as "filthy rags") to sell in order to obtain redemption? And is it for
--U sale? (See Eph. 2:8).
PM TABLIT -l Obviously, we here have the Sallviour with His all-seeing eye and WORD SUGGESTION loving heart noting in fallen humanFOR ACID INDIGESTION- ity the pearl of great price, His own
Church. He then gives up all the glory He had with the Father, M! comes to the earth, and even be____________________ us coe siGor u that He may bring mm
Salvation in Christ Is no little thing, not something which was purchased with gold or silver, but with othe precious blood of Christ. We
S ought to value it highly, and beScause we are bought with such ap price we ought always to glorify God A \A-~W~ (I Cor. 6:28).
cen. The Heart of Compassion (14:









13r-1pot6Cnn.TOT
The One who was willing to die i
that men might have eternal life mmindful of their need of
mV ery at h and grace for their
daily problems. Jesus not only died that we might have redemption from sin, but He lived (yes, and lives now!) with tender-hearted comnpassion toward those in need.
AHe who Is the living Bread wasg
WI A R1 I Nnot willing that men should hunger
Ma for their daily bread. The disciples
ass the,,t Ll saw only one solution-to selid them IM__ I _______Mana~ ~~i ocsts o h iney o ineas
Aw Init d away, but Jesus said, "They need
sool nall .o d t not depart."











Sw"a Root is aeru carefullyrchha
as~7~iowC On0sfafltatte0uc a The Navy and Merchant Marine send It's difficult to locate men drifting in For emergency communication by
who Ibl eins,, been all too quick about sending the
waneedy away to some social agency rapid shiptoship messages by battery the sea! Water-tight battery lights on voice, theMerchant Marineuses a portDmhigeE OTM or community charity, when 'I powered flasher signal lights when buoyant lifesaver suits have meant able megaphone to broadcast orders
eDER should have won their confidence by
ijR LJ OIts compassion, and then 'wought radio communication might give a the difference between life and death and instructions. Dry batteries give
tle tCistc. hnGo sI t ship's position to the enemy. for many Merchant seamen. necessary power to the megaphone.










illikettl isudid ofc wther youol be Inlad
thatand by the divine touch of Jesus the multitude was fed. Could we not r ul EIE do far more for Christ if we would
WONDE FUL R LIEF only use the little we have, with














RA.SMOFMYRI1t otan
m s ritons His blessing, for the help of our
I= Baddr Irittios I fellow th~en?
aud octorsdiscovery acts on the 111. The Miracle of Provision (14: idineys to increase urine and relieve 1721).
lddririaioscasd We pray, "Give us this day our W~ -F3
a ssladeitins eued daily bread," and it is only as Godpoisontprovides it that we have it. He gives iin need now to suffer unnecessary life to the seed, and multiplies it ee a b discomfort fro backache, in harvest, eat,
oultdies Irritation, and unu-down fei
yere dagg,, acidity in yeu urine ta trust, with thankful hearts. sam aIeholadtize discovery DR. That is a miracle-so oft repeated MULMA'M SWAMP ROOT. For SwaVE
Rea ast enl the kidneys to increase that we have lost a bit of the wonder
Ib lws o rie ndrliveexes ciitand glory o t eei h tr
OrIginailly discovered by a well-krnown ofi.Hr-iah tr 1t Swiamp. Root is lar careluly of the feeding of the five thousand
coni nati of and more (v. 21) with five loaves
,sgutsReleasedlbamWestdertherwnaturalUinon.
























































jullwolsetefatIt's not harsh or halbit-foring and two fishes, we have such a mirall.ay ii just gool ingredients that cle of pro vision taking the little and
Lesson fofebury1























































fa free, prpelaid n 1,me TODAY making it enough for the multitude.
ffhlz i~naf ofntlers you'll be gla The Lord may not work In exactly TWO men and a bazooka make a win- Deadly flamethrowers are blazing the TeSga op aiwt ake
lected.anSeodyrighedand adtdretiona























































Ttnta l all e & o.nc ., adrsst the same way today, but do not e ept l hsfedm fsec sln l
,til.tmeies rl Con Kilmer limtd Sel d God' sevnsoexi mlil ning team! B3ut it takes large quantities roadl to Victory! Dry batteriehlpt Takeasfedmo echslngs
CCouncil G od' eliga s sed uiSa usedby
'g lidirtrsat, al Sel Rl their meager store as they give it of ammunition and dry battery power create the spark that sends these he has plenty of dry batteries! Handieout in His name? That is true to keep these portable, hard-litn efficient weapons into instant, 11i Talides also use thousands of war batwhether the gift be of material or spiritual things. God can and does weapons m-ing at the enemy. ing action against the enemy. series to power vital communications.
bless those who trust Him. Letting what we have pass through the hands of Christ results in transformation and multiplication. Try it! avrit Re, seh lldaiscoverin gra Men and women are value-conOF MYRRI It contas sc s in our day. While money is
streiievetheaerenessasd plentiful, goods of real quality are is "powring ''s"'h" radios, and c f
sovr-usediand strained muscels an o m look trr toot
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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1945

Bob ike CodemS Luncheon at Carr Home For
BobBride-Elect Saturday

Pampering German Mrs. Joe M. Carr and Miss Mary

Prisoners In U. S. Shelly Carr entertained in their IT home at Welaunee Plantation SatWashigtonurday with a luncheon honoring
Washington, (Special) Sharply Miss Josephine Pate. differing with the recent statement Included in the list Of guests were of the Secretary of War that there is several friends from Florida State no pampering of prisoners of war, College for Women in Tallahassee. Congressman Bob Sikes of Florida
said this week in the House that SARAH LaVINKA"there is a growing resentment at
accounts of the good food, cigarettes (Continued fiom page 1) and candies enjoyed by German prisandcadie ejoyd y Grmn ris- served refreshments of Coca-Colas, owners of war. doughnuts and
"Our people know how Americans, cods meitl
"Ou peplekno ho Amricnsafter the crowning of the queen. A who have been captured, fare by con- grand march, led by Lorene Homer trast. They know there are many and Jackie Hamilton, opened the eveof our own people right here at home ning's entertainment. Prof. Hileman who don't fare as well as these ene- assisted in the party, suggesting sevmies of our country. And they are eral new stunts which proved very concerned by what they consider soft successful: statue dance, chairs and treatment, lax administration, and Paul Jones, which concluded the lack of effort to curb the Nazism night for the crowd. which flourishes in prisoner of war The staff expresses appreciation to camps. everyone who participated in and
"Our Government has leaned over helped make the party a success. N URSES W AN TED
backwards in interpreting the regula- Particularly do they wish to thank
tions~ ofteGnvtofrnei h the sponsor, Mrs. Baxter, for her big to care for our Wounded!
tions of the Geneva Conference in the
light most favorable to the prisoners,his volundespite the fact that no other nation ta o a e h P Surely, nursing our wounded back
gives a hang for the Geneva Confer- the party going at a
ence. lively pace all evening.
"Prisoners ofwrsol aefi __________service a girl can give her country.
"Prsonrsof war should have fair
treatment, and not to be overlooked Many more nurses are urgently
is the fact that the Germans hold one Subscribe to needed now ask your local Red
hundred thousand of our own people. Cross, today, about eligibility.
We do not want to expose these
American soldiers to recriminations. up
But we do want realistic, common our efforts by buying more war
sense handling of prisoners of war. bonds, by giving extra blood by
We want pampering of prisoners
stopped," me ofpstcigt eseta wa.jb,

Mrs. Simpson Honors Miss
Pate With Morning Coffee THFn TR R E

Aohrlvely compliment to Ms
Josephine Pate was the coffee given SHOW
Monday morning at 11 o'clock by SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1L
Mrs. Richard H. Simpson. Red camellias in beautiful arrangements Bi
were used in the living room. Pink
azaleas centered the refreshment Sunday & Monday-Feb. 18-19 table.
Presiding at the coffee service was
Mrs. Joe R. Hughes, Jr. Joel McCrae, Maureen O'Hara
The hostess presented Miss Pate Linda Darnell Highways will be
with a cook-book as memento of the This Is America RKONEWS Happy W ays-again
occasion.
Assisting Mrs. Simpson in caringT Greyhound's today
for her guests were Mrs. Tom B.
Bird and Mrs. T. L. Clarke, Jr.
About thirty guests were present.
_____________Nigel Bruce as Doctor Watson A esetial travelers. But Greyhound
WOULD HONOR MEMORY Sh RS G is also planning great things for
OF JEFFERSON NOTABLES bus

A request that the Territorial Del- Th e A e 2 sale oort enjoyment.
gates, Members of Congress and
United States Senators who resided W B
in what is now the third district of on Lode See
Florida and who now are deceased, SADL LET
be honored by having their names E WS
assigned to vessels in the Merchant MYBY JOHNNY N A
Marine, was made to the United Saturday, Feb 24
States Maritime Commission this
week by Congressman Bob Sikes. Riders of Line
Included from Monticello is Joseph Win. Boyd, Andy Clyde,
M. White, Territorial Delegate, who J R
served from 1825 to 1837; William
B. Lamar, who served in Congress BUS from 1903 to 1909; and Dannitte Hill LATE SH1W-Saturday Feb. 24 Mays, who served in Congress fromP
1909 to 1913; and Samuel Pasco who
served in the United States Senate Betty Gmable, Martha Raye
from 1887 to 1899. Joe E. Brown




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RAISE FEED FOR POWER


I am receiving shipments eaey week
hor having fun at the family reunnion

I will deliver any stock bought or traded Baby takes his first steps toward his dad home on furlough, and the family
circle beams in friendly happy reunion. And, of course, there's Coca-Cola FR E O H R Efrom the family refrigerator to add its life and sparkle. To visitors and family .f

alike, the words Have a Coke are the signal for a friendly get-together. Plan to
have a supply of Coca-Cola ready ice-cold in the refrigerator. Coca-Cola stands

C e W A R T E Rfor The pause that Ye~reses,-a happy symbol of a friendly way of life.
You naturally hear CocaCola

QUITMAN, GEORGIA BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCACOLA COMPANY BY called by its friendly abbreviation
Coke'. Both mean the quality prodNight Phone 5291 Day Phone 2991 MONTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY uct of The CocaCola Company.

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