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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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v.60 no.31 February 23, 1945


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The Great Middle SCJNO
Gateway to Florida THE MONTICELL NEWS


Unseeded Tigers December Sales Of Kiwanis Club Has Another Chance To Simpson Named School Lunches Are
IMember National HepdBFdra

Pound Way to Finals Gas, Kerosene Here Business Session Sign Contracts for helped By Federal
county duringAdvisory Com odiie
In N. Fla. Tourney gaf n 1s5,35 ngaons of At Weekly Meeting Growing Cucumbers Commodities Grant
_____ the month *of December is reported R Simpson, Monticello, Fla.,
The unsung, unheralded, non-win- in the monthly compilation of figures The speaker scheduled for the The Cairo Pickle company, desir- has heen appointed a member of the Commodities received hy Jefferson nine Tigers of Monticello High upset by the inspection bureau of the State Kiwanis luncheon on Wednesday was ous of opening a receiving station now Grower-Processor Edible Tree County schools in connection with all Ters way to the Department of Agriculture. Miss Jule Graves, field representa- in Monticello in the approaching Nut Industry Advisory Committee, the school lunch program during the
final round of the first North Florida During December 36,315 gallons of tive of the American Red Cross. She cuke season, will send a representa- it was announced today by the Of- calendar year 1944 were of a wholeConference haskethall tournament kerosene were sold in the county. was detained by illness. tive again this Saturday (Feb. 24th) fice of Price Administration in sale value of $1,901.20 ,according to
held in Madison last weekend. The State totals for the month were 28, Routine business took up so much to sign tup acreage under contract. Washington. n y Di ti ut iestoday of Walter
winn'Ing march of the Tigecrs was fin- 810,458 gallons of gasoline and time that the substitute Speaker was Last Saturday a number of farm- IThis is one of four, committees F. Casting, director of the Commodally halted When they met the Perry 12,185,968 gallons of kerosene. not called upon. er s met and discussed the contract named to represent the peanut and ity Distribution Division of the State
allyhhenhey metr the y The fertilizer statistical division with a representative of the pickle edible tree nut industry, OPA spokes- Welfare Board. Lunches were servBulldogs, first seeded entry, in the e Bill Hawkins was inducted to mom- c agben said. All four committees will
final game last Saturday night. The 'Of the bureau of inspection reports hesi yJc alrwosoecompany ;many signed up, hut sev- me sadsl orcmite ie to 782 children.
iger game hasd noturdanighte Then the sale of 30 tons of nitrate ofo bership by Jack Taylor who spoke eral wished to talk the matter over hold their organizational meetings in The commodities, furnished by d o n- d s60.2 tons of mixed fertilizers in pwith tenants, owners or partners be- t May or June of this year, to discussed up the tournament playing thidad102tnofmxderlzrsn accomplishment of Kiwanis. The tefdrlgvrmnwr iseded p the tournament pyig td coty during the month. aompsment os Ksiwni. t fore making a final decision. Others problems of the industry and con- tribute by the State Welfare Board
seeded Jasper who had previously e county rng new member was assigned to tw were unable to come in at that time. Jefferson Soil Conservation District as a public service, inasmuch as it
beaten the Tigers; but this time the committees, namely: Achievement___________isteolsaeagnycredb
Monticello boys were not to be push adAgricultrch 8th compenyilas almost enough t mly a sp c arad b
ed to the sidelines as Joe Treadwel Re ot ade At anrd ay Agicltr. acresixd a ge sgned uip in the county to la wit thi repniiiy Calin
led the way racking up some eleven1TusaMrc t a ie aetablish a station here, and will B U KY 71 I Said.
point of thettalTiger som30.el Annual Red Cross the date for the lba cue supe tr send a man over again to contact all FE Commodities are also distributed
final score was Monticello 3, Jasp M are interested. Farmers are to child-care este and state and
26. In the next round the Tigers ran Meetin on T ed bond Sale contest. The hour will bewh
ngeight o'clock, the place, Morris' Mill. asked to see the representative at 1ITEMS FROM THE MONTICELLO charitable institutions, Catling statup the highest score of the tourna- the court house Saturday, at any NEWS OF FEBRUARY 22, 1918. ed, the federal government requirmeat in defeating hapless Lee by 51- The annual meeting of the Jeffer- Secretary Waldron gave a report time between 10 a. m. and 6 p). in. ing an outlet for foodstuffs that be8 with Clarence Walker leading the son County chapter of the American of the attendance record for each An advertisement in this issue The earliest issue of the Monticel- cause of market glut, transportawa with eleven points and Charles Redmember and the president appoted calls attention to some of the advan- Ilo News which has been bound and tion blocks and similar causes would Noegel making ten, as did Bill Floyd. house on Tuesday night. Reports a committee to consider the prepari- tages farmers may receive by grow- preserved in the local office is that otherwise go to waste. Total disIn the next round the Tiger sup- were given by Bill Scruggs, chair- t ing cukes under contract to the firm. of February 22, 1918, just twenty- tribution to all programs the past
see years agoin this week. yerageae 43801 nvl
porters were sure would be the end man of home service, Mrs. F. A. club. seven years ago this week. year aggregated $423,850.16 in val
of the Tiger victory march, but the Brink, 1945 war fund chairman, and On receiving a suggestion from E L 1 R The News had just been purchased u.
Tigers were not to be denied even in Mamie Scott, chairman of the col- Dukes the club voted to sponsor the LOcaR C oss by the late Will H. Bullock, who in The School Lunch program, he explaying the number two seeded team, ored Red Cross committee. last game of the next football season *i1 T k the best newspaper tradition, care- plained, was continued by Congress
a strong team from Cross City. The The home service committee is Richard Simpson, re-elected presi- lve 1 Rak fully filed one copy of each issue, so after it had become aroused by the
Tigers were definitely pointed for now concerning itself primarily with dent of the local Red Cross chapter -a1eO-Mch. from that time on the file seems high percentage of rejections for
this occasion as they ran up a 26-12 assisting beneficiaries to make out at a meeting on Tuesday night, spoke F 3 unbroken. The News was in its 15th military service on account of phylead at halftime. The game was claims to be paid by the government, for strong support and liberal con- year, having been established in sical disabilities attributed to diet
slowed down considerably in the last Emergency loans continue to be made tributions of the coming war fund Februaiy 28 through March 3 are 1903. However, it succeeded the deficiencies during the growing perhalf as the Tigers held onto their on occasion to servicemen and women drive. the dates designated for the Red Monticello Constitution, a weekly iod of life. Lunches are now providlead to win by 39-33 with Clarence stranded in Monticello and to those He also voiced his feeling that the Cross War Fund drive in this county, that had been established in 1873. ed for children on a nutritional inWalker walking off with high-point receiving unexpected furlough home, club should decide whether it will Organization of the solicitation is The Constitution, in turn, succeeded stead of a need basis, as formerly. honors dropping 20 points through To date most loans have been repaid support some form of activity for progressing with the appointment of the first local newspaper, the Montithe hoop. Charles Noegel again ran according to agreement. the young people of the community. key chairmen. T. L. Clarke heads cello Advertiser, which was estabsecond with eight points for the Tig- The organization of the war fund After discussion4 it was voted to en- the big gift division; Mrs. Maurice lished in the year 1869. None of Letter to the Editor
ers, while Grimstead was highpoint drive was described and the necessity dorse and help to carry out the plan Loeb, the county division; the four these early copies are on file in the man for the Cross City quintet with for securing as generous a %gntribu- recently adopted by the Parent- co-chairmen of the city residential office. If anyone has a copy of any The National Foundation
17 points. This victory qualified the tion as possible from every citizen in Teacher Association, which plan in- division are Mrs. L. R. Rainey, Mrs. of these papers prior to February Tigers to meet the upper bracket the county was stressed by the chair- volves giving a party for the 'teen- Billy Bulloch, Mrs. Clyde Sauls and 1918, the editor would be highly For Infantile Paralysis, Inc.
victors which was the Perry team man. agers once in two weeks. Mrs. T. S. Braswell; and Glenn Mil- pleased to see a copy of them. Tampa, Fla.
who won in the semi-finals 19-16 The colored Red Cross committee ler heads the business district divi- In 1918 Jefferson county folk were February 9, 1945
over Greenville. is bending their efforts toward the sion. Mrs. Keathley Bowden is serv- tremendously interested in their Editor,
The final night of play saw the successful completion the the war Garden Club ing as publicity chairman and Mrs. "boys in service" for another war The Monticello News,
Monticello girls' sextet play the fund drive to be marked by the rally -- A. N. Watson will have charge of was going on and then, as now our Monticello, Fla.
Cross City sextet for the girls' cham- to be held on March 15th. The gen- The Foundeis Circle met at the the office affairs. boys were in the thick of it. On the Dear Sir:
pionship of the conference and the eral feeling was expressed that this home of Mrs. J. C. Braswell on Mon- Headquarters have been opened in front page is a letter from "Some- Without your generous assistance, Monticello sharpshooters, Elmina committee will meet with the best day afternoon. Mrs. H. E. Fraser the Simmons Drug Store Building in where in France," written by Lieut. the fine workers in the Infantile ParChancy and Erma McCall both had a response ever accorded them since and Mrs. F. A. Mahan were co-host- the rooms formerly used for surgical Theo Sledge to his mother, Mrs. J. ialysis Appeal could not have secured
definite night-off as they were un- the people have learned through ex- esses. dressings. This office will be open A. Sledge. the splendid contributions reported
able to hit the basket and this caused perience of the benefits to them of Following the response to the roll from 10 to 11 A. M. and 4 to 6 P. M. The same Theo Sledge, now Col. from your community, and I want the team to lose to Cross City by the Red Cross in peace time as well call with an interesting item of gar- on the four days the drive is being Sledge, U. S. Army, is a prisoner you to know how much we appre
20-15; one of the lowest scores made as in war time. dening news, a brief business session conducted. I of war in a Japanese prison camp. cite your cooperation.
by the local team all season. Mrs. T. S. Braswell, chairman of was conducted by the chairman, Mrs. The general plan of solicitation is In 1918 he wrote his mother: "No I know, too, that you and your
Immediately following this game the nominating committee, reported. R. T. Wallac,'. A membership in the to secure contributions from busi- doubt Edith has told you before this community share my appreciation the boys wont on the court to face The following slate of officers was Florida Audubon Society was voted, ness firms and persons employed in that I am now in the famous Tank for such warm-hearted, public-spiritPerry for the final game for the con- elected by acclaim: W. L. Maige, reports were heard and two members the business district through the ef- Corps, the branch of the service the d citizens at Mr. Julius Goldberg ference boys' title. Monticello en- treasurer; Mrs. Cleo Richter, secre- of the nominating committee were forts of the business district divi- Germans dread more than anything of Monticello, your county campaign joyed a one-point lead at the half but tary; J. M. Carr, vice-chairman, and elected, Mrs. J. M. Henry and Mrs. sion. The solicitors in the residen- else, and when we go into action I dilictor, and all his city chairmen
(continued on page four) Richard Simpson, chairman. T. G. Bishop. Mrs. T. B. Bird, a trial areas of the city will seek con- am going to have a few Germans to and other co-workers. When men
member of the executive board, was tributions from persons who are not my credit or know the reason why. I and women in these busy times will designated as the third member. employed in the business district, have finished up on the guns mount- accept responsibility for leadership
Interesting items of Jef- .Mrs. G. W. Stocking presented an Scattered businesses toward the out- gd on tanks, and tomorrow am in vital causes which must go on, Inersing ioutem Bofs Jef- Mntrest.W tcing preusonolwsntedan- skirts of Monticello will be covered going to start in learning how to ee nwrie hyaeide

S0rvi Cferson County Boys and interesting discussion on lawns, as- by this division also. operate gas engines, so I can steer Good Citizens and Good Sold ders.
ervoGirls in Service. a ing her talk largely on the writing Outlying communities in the coun- my old tank properly. When we go outstanding authorities in Florida i ty are being organized as units with- to the front my tank is going to be I want to express at this time, too, Soutstandingis stationed nthe field of in the framework of the county divi- headed for Berlin and will not stop my gratitude for the splendid assisthan friend s asn spent the Smyrna Air Base, after spending hotSion I short of that place. I would like to ance given me by Mr. James Etherweek on ill Air St ati e te Smyrn A ir Ba e afte r s in The hostess served tea from an The goal of $4,000 will n cessitate b e backed p by the 'Ladi s from idge, Jr., of Tam pa, who accepted the week endithfrend an d yrelav C tw Wkees w Mr. and Mrs. Jmr attractive table centered with an ar- a complete covering of everyone in Hell' (the Scotch Highlanders). We responsibility of directing the detail
in Monticello and in Taylor County. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar rangement of pink perfection cam- the county. The Red Cross offers are getting along as well as can be of the State organization during this Davis. ellias and snowdrops. each man, woman and child a chance expected, there are so many over drive, and assisted tthe County drive
Ernest Clark, who recently return- __V_ to go to war. Let's accept the chal- here now we can't all be taken care units in an outstanding manner.
ed to the States after a tour of duty Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brooks, of Wa- MIGNONETTE CIRCLE lenge! of as well as in our own homes. The assistace also given by Mr.
in the Pacific ,is now at the Naval cissa, have just received word that _However, no one is complaining for Marion T. Jeffries, recently appointTraining Station in San Pedro, Call- their son, Sgt. Reuben Brooks, has The Mignonette Circle met Monfornia. Ernest, who hold sthe rating reached his destination safely. He day at the home of Mrs. E. F. Ridge- Str Re or know our loved ones a hore are for the Foundation was most helpful
Petty Officer 1st. Class, is taking a states he is doing well and fine, and d Stock iaru Re t we arew expected tone do obi andreemnn taeRpeettv
spettylOfficern1scoClassnsataingtaostatesh is dingell away with Mrs. Alfred Foster and sacrificing for us and that is a great and his cooperation with Mr. Etherspecial training course on fast patrol is now in France. Miss Louise Sattler as co-hostesses. The Monticello Stock Yard reports consolation." idge and myself is greatly appreboats. His wife, Hattie Mary Clark, Mrs. Foster presided and after the a fair run of cattle and hogs were There was a message fronm cited.
has gone to California to be with him Pfc. William T. McManus received business meeting Mrs. Stuart Simp- sold at Monday's sale. Everything Mitchell Kinsey of Camp Wheeler, To all who contributed in response during his stay at San Pedro. his honorable discharge from the son presented an interesting pro- sold steady with last week. Ga., and W. B. Collins, who had to this humanitarian appeal: "God
___V-_ Army recently. He has been at Fin- gram on "Resident Birds of Florida." Best steers & heifers 9 to 14.00' been in the Navy 6 months, serving bless you every one!"
Curtis L. Hamilton, son of Mrs. ney General Hospital, recovering Mrs. Henry Malloy and Mrs. Jim Medium steers & heifers.-. 6 to 9.00 aboard the battleship Kansas, was SincereW,
Christine Hamilton, has been trans- from wounds. McManus was mar- Lacy took part in the program. Mrs. Best cows .8 tol3.00 at home on leave. Lee Walker of CARL D. BROREIN
ferred from Warner Robins, Ga., to tried to Miss Palle Mae Mash of George Mills was winner of the con- Medium & common cows 6 to 8.00 Camp Jackson, had spent ten days Florida State Chairman.
Selfridge Field, Michigan. Curtis Monticello on New Year's Day. test on birds. Bulls .7 to 12.00 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
has been promoted to the rank of _V_ Mrs. Lee Bishop exhibited a beau- Calves 8 to 14.00 T. Walker. Cashier R. H. Daniels of
Staff Sergeant. Pfc. Willie Ray Adams and Mrs. tifully decorated breakfast table. No. 1 hogs 14.25 the Bank of Monticello spent a week
v Adams, who have been visiting the The floral decoration was of violets No. 2 hogs 14.25 at his home in Georgia, winding up
Pfc. and Mrs. Wi. Van Letch- former's mother, Mrs. D. 0. Adams, and snowdrops. No. 3 hogs 14.15 his business affairs as he was to be HEALTH NOTES
worth and son of St. Joseph Air left recently for Greensboro, N. C., The hostesses had decorated their No. 4 hogs 14.20 included in the next draft.
Base, St. Joseph, Mo., arrived Mon-where Pf. Adams will be stationed. dining table to commemorate Wash- No. 5 hogs 1. 13.90 A food order was issued by state
day night to spend fifteen days ington's birthday. It held a minia- Light No. 5 hogs 13.50 food administratior, Braxton Beach- YOUR GARBAGE CAN
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tech/Sgt. Wesley T. Gramling ture stump of a cherry tree and a Roughs 7 to 13.50 man, which prohibited the sale of
L. V. Letchworth, writes his family regularly from little red axe. Delicious refresh- Feeder pigs 5 to 15.00 hens or pullets for a period of six The size of your garbage can may
-V- Guadalcanal where he is now sta- ments of strawberry mousse and weeks. It was explained that meat- be anywhere fro mtbree (3) gallons
Sgt. William W. Bullock has writ toned. Attached to the medical devil's food cake were served by the John Edwards Wirick Iless days had made inroads on the to forty (40) gallons. The size was
ten his parents, Prof. and Mrs. W. J. division Sgt. Gramling is one of the hostesses. __poultry supply to such an extent incorrectly stated in last week's
Bullock that he is back in Holland boys who flies to the islands to evac- John Edwards Wirick, 76, died at that the order was necessary to in- Health Notes. A size smaller than
again. "I do wish we would stay in uate the wounded and return them BETHEL CHURCH (Colored) Notes his home near Lloyd on February sure a continued supply of poultry three gallons would not hold enough.
one place long enough for me to get to hospitals for treatment and his 9th after an illness of four months, for egg and food. Anything larger than forty gallons
my clothes clean" wrote Billy. The' oeb is a grim and often dangerous The Sirmon Jubilee Singers, a col- He was a devoted member of the W. H. Harrison, development is too heavy to handle. Keep the
letter, written the 20th of January, one. He has been in the service ored group called Detroit's out stand- Free Will Baptist Church of Salem. agent for the Seaboard, was in the can covered. That will help to keep says that he is well and getting three years and writes that he and ing family of harmony, will present Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bea- county signing up farmers to grow out flies, rats and dogs. To attract along fine. He is seeing plenty of all the other boys will be happy to a program of negro spirituals, jubilee trice Wirick; one brother, J. P. (continued on page 4) flies and rats is bad health practice.
Europe, he writes, and is already get back to the good old United and gospel songs, at the Bethel Wirick of Lloyd, two nephews, J. Dogs may scatter the garbage and
planning to spend some of his army- States. Church (colored) March 7th. Special M. Wirick of Lloyd and George H. Leo Foster Appointed that too is bad.
saved money when he gets home to' V seats will be provided for our white Wirick, now serving in the armed To keep dogs from upsetting the
take a real tour about Florida. He Pvt. Carson L. Shuman, son of Mr. friends. forces in France, one niece, Mrs. Attorney to State Board can it may be surrounded with
would like to see more of his own and Mrs. W. R. Shuman, is a member Mrs. Catherine Bailey, Reporter. Oscar Roberts, Lake Helen, Fla. Stakes driven into the ground. Anstate, of the 202nd Anti Aircraft Artillery Rev. A. W. Bowls, Pastor. Funeral services were held at Leo Foster, former Monticello resi- other method is to hang it on a post
-V_ (Automatic Weapons) battalion, now ------- Springfield Church, Sunday after dent, and son of Mrs. H. S. Foster, or tree. Other measures may SugA letter received from Private Al- stationed in Luzon. Pvt. Shuman's METHODIST ANNOUNCEMENT noon, February 11th. W. L. Bar- has been appointed as department of gest themselves.
bert Brooks by his aunt, Mrs. Emma outfit was at General MacArthur's -- --- row conducted the sekevices. Pal public safety attorney, a $3,000 a Again let us be reminded that
Brooks, states that he is doing as headquarters on Luzon as the Amer- The Methodist Church requests all bearers were Walter Edwards, year position. garbage must be kept in covered
well as could be expected in the ican general prepared to retake Man- members to be present Sunday, if Johnnie Cooksey, Tom Howell, Hen- Foster, a former junior law part- cans and placed near the street
"hot" Dutch East Indies. illa. possible, at 10:30 for Church School, ry Eranch, Morris Boykin and Aus- ner of Governor Caldwell, was nam- where the collectors can take it up
_V- Participating in the defense of the and 11:30 for the annual Layman's tin Strickland. Wilkins Funeral ed to the position by the state cab- quickly. Further instructions will
Pfc. Leon H. Walker and Mrs. beachheads and air fields taken on Service. Home of Monticello was in charge inet, when T. J. Swanson resigned be given all householders by the Sane -J. D. MaiL of arrangements. the position. itary officer.
Walker~~~b anyher frorne mtre (3)na' gallons n ag 4

The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla., Friday, February 23, 1945

r ~~Servicemen With Their Loyal and Strange PetsSEWNCILEEDEOR

Warm, Gayly Hued House Boots

g~ MWNS&
Nebraska Oak Leaf Heirloom Quilt

-Notes of a Newspaperman:
Story of a Song: Once upon a
time (March, 1943) songwriter Johnny Burke dined at the home of Harry
Lillis Crosby. . Gary, oldest son
of Crosby, was spouting monosyllabic thumb-noses at the principles of
American education. In sum, he
hated school. . Burke waved a OF
worldly finger. . My boy," he N
said, "you should be glad you're going to school. How would you like
to be a fish? A fish can't read 61111
or write or go to ball games. All
he can do is swim around and when
he gets tired of swimming one way,
he turns around and swims the other. If you like that sort of life, you 5
might grow up to be a fish." .
Mr. Burke was impressed with his "o
own philosophy. . He hastened to o. ? -i1<&i'-.e
his partner, Jimmy Van Heusen, and
repeated the dissertation on fish.
As a result, "Swingin' on a Star . A
was born and cast in "Going My
Way," starring Bing. . Soon after
Way, sitrri e Bing.Soonmate Four mascots, upper left, of the Seventh Liberator squadron. They all joined the squadron when small pups.
the picture premiered the ditty made
The Hit Parade and stayed on it Lower left shows a sleeping G.I with his two strange bedfellows, a monkey and a dog Right shows a pet that
for 20 straight weeks. . It became has become as tame as any of the more domestic type of pets Insert, a G.I with his white mouse. a minor national anthem with kids Thousands of these pets will be returning to the U. S. with their masters when the war is over. Army officials who asked kin if they'd like to be say they have played a most important part in morale building among the servicemen. a fish or a mule. . Clergymen
used the theme in sermons, and Joe
E. Lewis parodied: "Would you like To obtain complete cutting pattern and
to hang. on a bar, with a dame like finishing directions for the Nebraska Oak
Hedy Lam arr?" . Very soon a r *7-.7- -.-. L eaf Quilt (Pattern No. 5830). with
book on the theme will be published.1se bookon he temewillbe ublihedcents in coin, your name, address and the They may make a film based on its W pattern number.
story, too. . Anyway, that's what Due to an unusually large demand and
came of a kid saying he didn't like current war conditions, slightly more time
school and why J. Burke and J. Van is required in filling orders for a few of
WarmHoue Bots, the most popular pattern numbers.
Heusen pay surtaxes. W H croter

Ambassador to Brazil A. A.
S( m use n oft. a e tem a SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
Berle's wife is known for her
fraknes.Recnty a adiner -~- of white wool brilliantly accented 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, Iai.
frankness. Recently at a dinner
in ashngon rs.Bele orwith stripes of red, green and yel- Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
in Washington Mrs. Berle cor-lo.Estocch-adey N.
nered a Russian General and l E
asked him a few pointed ques- to look at! They make grand gifts.
tions. The dialog went someilcomplete crocheting directions in parentheses: answRs a for the House Boots (soles are crocheted
sia's present "Wht isfeus of heavy black cotton yarn), Pattern No.defea
5813, sizes 6, 6i'/, 7, 71,', including inthe enemy) "What are you
going to do with Germany?" name, address and the pattern n
(Conquer her). . "And with Heirloom Quilt.
Poland?" (liberate her). . 0 CoughS hq l This
"And what will you do when you Ma sGre Mcillum wo
arrive at the Rhine?" (Take anMayGeg colu wh
Recpeat Hm
arrive atthe Rhine" (Take lived in Kearney, Nebraska, sixty ~ ~ ~ EUU
swim). or more years ago. Faded to a Big Saving. No Cooking. So Easy.
S soft pink on white, it was doubt- You'll be surprised how quickly and We have just finished Noel Cow less a bright turkey red "oak leaf" easily you can relieve coughs due to
ard's "Middle East Diary," and the when as a bride she went from Colds,when you try this splendid refollowing paragraph in it belongs cipe. It gives you about four times ast
here,much cough medicine for your money, her, cnsierig Cwar's ecet ~The twenty-inch block is put to- and you'll find it truly wonderful.
"jam" over his comment in the book
"am"u Brover n hsommient in th boo . At' gether in four separate sections- Make a syrup by stirring 2 cups of
about leaf itself is 7 inches. granulated sugar and one cup of
ten water a few moments, until dissolved.
ten clock,"eera obseves, H e Led by American army, navy and marine officers and enlisted men, the Kachins, perennial hill people N okn eddi' otobea
to call on General Eisenhower. He al O o a s onsrpo
combats untiringly the little cracks of Burma, are focusing their natural fighting talents on combating the Japanese behind enemy lines in and lampoons and jokes spread by Burma. Known as the American Kachin rangers, the Kachins have contributed greatly to the defeat of the Hirohlito Has Made Huge liquid honey, instead of sugar syrup.)
and Then put 2% ounes of Pinex (obtainthe British against the Americans Personal Fortune War ed from any druggist) into a pint botand vice versa. I believe he evenyou have a and icevera. beiev he venj'~T ~D l TL+full pint of medicine that will amaze
sacked an important member of his c.1. Joes Personl i What a D gs ie While the Japanese look upon you by its quick action It never
staff for making a minor contribu- their emperor as a god with no tpoils, and tastes fine.
tion to this dangerous, subversive Tt" uc This simple mixture takes right hold
racket. One silly little man with one eve een an
laborious joke can cause an incedti hsoy ic
laborius joe can ause n incr& ~greatest fortune inhsoysnethe phlegm, soothes the Irritated memible amount of damage." says Col- brakes, and eases the soreness.
Pinex is special compound of proven
cresed alue of hispers nalkgfredits p ompetratid om incugh
Frank Munn called the American Through war profits and I n nrits nconetated fowl
creaed alue ofI hi pe nalandbronchial irritations. Money reAlbum of Familiar Music cast to- oe
gether and said: "I just wanted tohris in his empr Ho t ha nee way
tell you a little story. Frank Hum- pnisred his ealth, a ing to everyway,
Inert once approached me and of g
fered a spot on this program. I Ir $,00000 t o andut
asked, 'For how long do you want $,0,0,0 o$,0,0,L V
me?'in that land in which th aver- SIZE
"'Maybe 13 weeks,' he said, age wage of skilled workmen is OLIN EI
'maybe 13 years.' ai m still 80 sen (19 cents) a'd WHITEPETROIFUM JEL 11
"I just wanted to tell all of you
that tonight is the anniversary of
my 13th year on the American Album of Familiar Music."
Munn holds no contract. A hand,
shake cemented the deal.

The colyum's recent experience
(because of an omitted comma in a
telegram) recalls. this one about a
refugee college prof. dining in a restaurant near Columbia University.
. . Speaking English with that acquired precision which so often
shames the native born, he ordered
"figs and cream." . The waitress My Joey, whippet, resents the inbrought a dish of figs covered with Famed war correspondent Ernie Pyle, whose warm informal trusion of the photographer into his
cream. human-interest reporting of the war on African and European fronts privacy while he is being beautified.
"I ordered figs and cream," he earned him the title of G.I. Joe's personal biographer, is greeted by The manicure serves more than protested.
proestd.Capt. H. B. Miller, USN, left, and Capt. David S. Ingalls, center, as, he vanity in this case, it makes running
"Well," she said, "there they arrives in Hawaii to begin a duty tour of the U. S. navy on the more comfortable. This is only one are." Pacific front. of the trials of a whippet.
"But," he persisted, "this is figs
WITH cream!"
"So what?" she so-whatted. Dishes Made of Ie
"What's wrong with it?" W ater B f o o Leyte Isle
"Madam," said the professor icily,

were the same as a woman with SORETONE
child? __ .Naturally a man looks old beyond
his years when he's sore from lum-sotsfatwh
Newspapermen will tell you that bago or other muscle pains. The
corrections sometimes are worse devfa pesaction LmentoL
than the original story. . This is Cts ea u x u
a concrete example: "Our paper toeculpisdet xoue
a cocret exaple "Ou papr -strain, fatigue or over-exercise. Get carried the notice last week that Mr. the blessed relief of Soretone's
John Doe was a defective in the po- cold heat action;lice force. This was a typographical
error. Mr. Doe is really a detective 1. Quice loal circula on in cases
in the police farce."
an hepoic frc."2. Check muscular cramps. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO

Scrambled Eggs: Betty Hutton's 3c OR BACKACHE
stand-in is Marie Osborne, better 4. Dilate surface capillary blood di.tofatigua or esPIr
known a decade ago as the famous
child star, Baby Marie. I Helen
Forrest, the thrush, has shelved 15 gent. There's only one Soretoelbs. in two weeks, which is too fast. SOR MUSCLES
Before Clark Gable came to town 5
Anita Colby asked him to phone M S
hter sister Francine when he got here. Now that the women of America
He called her and said: "This is Veteran sigmlmen of the Seventh division on Leyte give high praise have learned to operate drills and
Clark Gable." . "Really?" re- to Wter buffaloes as pack animals, but have a serious grievance cisels they will be making their
plie Frncie. And hisis anaregarding other habits of these sturdy beasts. Herds, roaming freely own ice howls for salads and sea *huhapidolrn
plied Francine. "And this is na in certain areas of the island, frequently disrupt communications b get food dishes, as does Madeline Stones
Turner!" And hung up! He nevercorps fiel# wire laid off roads to avoid taris above
reached her. hav played a ms i part in ma bl g o t sv m

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, February 23, 1945


rrL1A~ ~ Well-Fitting Afternoon Frock
A]Bell AAdano' pa
John Herse- Add Bolero to Sun-Back Dress

THE STORY THUS FAR: The Amerl. tor here. Once the Important peo- tol Building, Washington, D. C. Fre- Head colds can Cause much suffer.
can troops arrived at Adano, a seaport pe make u kiss their hands, and mente di gioia per Ia liberty da mol- T Don't u eesl Jstput lit.
In Italy, with Major Victor Joppolo, the 4. tie at-ff iue
AgtofcrichreSegatLo.later when the actual kissing be- to tempo attesa che I vostri valorosi trs sn.eAlsuf helsAmgot officer in charge, Sergeant Leon- trs.Aohep
ard Borth, an M.P., was to be in charge came too much of a bother, it be- soldati anno dato alla citta d'Adano prevent many
of security. The Major set out immedi- came the habit merely to mention stop vi prego accettare I sentiment colds from develately to win the friendship of the ci- the kissing, as if it had been done." sincere della mia gratitudine e ri- ping if used in sens, and to Improve their Uving condi- Cmxi said: "I meant no offense conoscenza. Antifascista Giovanni time I To itol
tions. The first duties of the major, aft,-o ietosi
~ins hefrs ute o heMjoaf-Mister Major. I am anti-Fascist."; La Concetta fu Craxi." 4.,*folder.Worsfiei itrs
er posting the civil instructions, was to
find out what the citizens needed the Major Joppolo said: "It appears most. He soon determined to replace that everyone in this town is anti- see how good you are as an intertheir bell, which the Germans had taken. Fascist. Well, we will see about peter. Now, this is for President Major Joppolo found that the bell was the bell. Now I wish to speak alone Roosevelt. You must make it as the very symbol of their private and eloquent as you can. What does it
secure a bell satisfactory to the people.FA T R L E

CHAPTER III tlga. ieaatdwihyu rv
Craxi said: "I needed no bell. I MaoJoposad"IwltrsodehaeagvtoatwofBcceRnDnFeig was on the beach to welcome theta dadd
me, the formidable Margherita, and again, and tur to go. tcGup FAS r ea E
my seven children. We were on the When the ot ad gne.a, "En antnc. Ioeg a y isn
beach in spite of the shooting, tot si see y
greet the Americans. But what did jho r s e t a e an a it ong F T F
Ih Aim awie whc fort baeaBcandditess fRu-om n bakceeuin

my children shout? They did not eny a his C gon to de
shout: 'We miss the tinkling of the good it, a boss e up ofteniat nigthese Symp.
was ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ un mntebaht ecm h r etoe teksig "htsjs h n fasn aby exe acaudy ladde rinei

bell.' They shouted: 'Caramelle t in, thr are so bad m n n e, the Famou s dtr' coy Dta h
Caramelle!' They were hungr Aey. t Is possible ao id w b e to ar." M S R
They wanted cahdy. I myself, who roots als
had had enough to eat as it happens, bdtig.I hydIcna- ~ fA tl~ ~u. n te aua
shouted for cigarettes, not for thes ou tato Fthe en- own a ano, tieents Tr au nh hars.
getteAeiasBuwhtddcanhill bFter juwsto sase of show gaiup, becas ehaditio ge noort habit-fomn in his smbacefi praa

pealing of a bell."aHt o igts That qu
shout:~~~~~~~~Snbc Dress urine tetnlnoftegototitonAsievr itabs?"Mommayd reliae b ladder irritation

Borth and the usher Zito came trin syptm. back. Both said: "It's nifty, Ma- Father aesoe ad m thouht tha sida ere t'
Caramelle!'~~~~~HI smart sunbac frocky hasica Io'l say potsbl tarhaou effec idsn wolbgaoher"KLMRSSAMOT

jor. All the records are intact. They th ic we w under wls over Hav e avie of tas gay o-u rane to derfur!
tellha eveyng. tere are istpes of hns fte o a s arflybedderbnto~fhra

a t l l F e e r y i t n T hrlri ss sot s or mefu t a s w r t n e i m f r e e t e n y a s hth u h tgvhto sa nyei A c v r u e d frwr eh oe a d s m p e T D Y weree thousand othersyol al beglae whoti weree' lukewarm.y There's a dosanotfsciadelites, of theh stand itiy u whttenoeswoul nott want boer ise include in2 th atr that-omn did.Snd namsceandii adressrt.
peasumme outit Mak tl. cat once, ble drugist sel ashame Rootwu ,bea s.hadt etit

sier on each Important person. It'shFath, av bee toye y hos ofiCrmefHna the wif oatp 3642 dots or bright chce c nickly
perfect. Who are these guys?" ar the best priest in An ta. He ha then a rd pao of
Caoadosi: Ccpad sthe. priest said wih uiehoes addisef nciilancotesadeftrooirok.PatrnNot18tcmeinoizs10 1, ATnd
back. Borh said: "t'sodifty MaI amhe Peschre toido my theuh people hinseehim inay were. --E sort ofar dress every woma 14, unomorbe 18trssn and20Sze12.ihufle
Caoprd said "Caoprd is rrels afc .W.

my name, at your service, sir. Ca- rqie yrso 5o 9ic arc lO F
copardo is sulphur and sulphur isorm fsvnteen a lauhe l its s gru
Cacopardo." Mj Jplo sad Tees aa dre rs;olero to d.
Borth said: "I remember that shou le t as a fr o u. "Wherete cer" he askedht seha nc e in
name. In the records it says Caco-he hawispered nt t give yo a ps w-o 530 Sout yel St. Chicago
pardon's crazy." cloeso Fatta which dtns 2p t in ieac Cod- pre Kro C. Inc.eo
Craxi said: "That is true. He h2m they shutd and laughed. Spr e
thinks that bells are more impor--404,4,4,8,0an52Sie3,tr. tant than food." Theefore Mercurio at wa Pte N-22 c i s 8 er o.ize.
sirt tuned imornt ra n mc It's Fahr-aebe odtao happyo araefl hen hie pfiFe- qureosevsrqirs3 yard ofgh cheke ae. .neti iet

anger. "And who is this?" trim
Caoprd sid "acpadois Te ristsad it qit hnsentaed himself to Miilao coloe an[ icmAfteral; 1 Fyrck edgingn for nec come. In size Buy 12r Bond
my~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~a glad, ttyu evcSr a oeI t:" mhr od ytepoe hablent see you aniuetn unusull lasrto rge eywman and 6 8ad 0 ie1, ihrfls, 1NO

Craxi was apologetic again: "I ~' ~ Iks orhn, esi nhs Cretwrcniinsihi oetm
am anti-Fascist. Craxi. I believehsve n head larned i required in filin oe fo a few ff
In food for the moment." tosekiakidowhseb- thmotpulratrnubr.
Major Joppolo said: "They are au he ke the s of his
arguing which is more important,
food or restoring the bell. Since we If Majo eopod hn
obviously can't do anything about Ha ikpU C t RC E
otheroAer icn fipece heuwufding tEspill seodetatisgne- to SEIN CICL PATER DETirdMsls.pan tan r

the bell just now, food is our con- hav lauhe ourih at Mercuri qie t hy c
cern." caavato"e the sua ote conainr, t
Craxi looked very proud of him-ad Cir ae o o eto h fito nrae h
self, but Cacopardo turned to Zitoyo.Imsexlithstyo: epraueftehadois
and said: "We will leave this mat-th A as are dent fo ig point of betee 33 and
ter to the son of Rosa who was the a th
wife of Zito. What do you say,//mnwasFothsrsntee small Zito, do you consider the foo
or the bell more important?"
He-i ttottr Io hope thats the wills be, cha ge Patter N Sie.

- Surprisingly Zito said: "I think ortebtr.
the bell." Sa Mri ato sad 4Y. 46, 48. 50 ae
Major Joppolo was interested by ster majr, to sow that he
this. He leaned forward and said: wu r be ever wo of it. d adB Wron
"Why, Zito?" The Maor said:" e to eaZito said: "Because the tone ofthesenges I am the bell was so satisfactory." goto post a ri pon
"No," said Cacopardo, "it is be- pae rudtetw ubro
cause of the history of the bell. proclaMaton which will av
When the bell spoke, our fathers and haeryhngcear. at youo o
their fathers far back spoke to us." s is to tell the people t read these
Even Craxi was swept into this t polmtns Ir on them the
argument. "No," he said, "it wasathatthepenaltieshfofnottobeyingreas because the bell rang the times of o the pcmi wl bse
day. It told us when to do things, th '
such as eating. It told us when to T a s ll."
have the morning egg and when to B have pasta and rabbit and when tote "t ha s not mc t
drink wine in the evening." sh, he s
Zito said: "I think it was the toneer" which mattered. It soothed all thetY:rs peo o l this ton tchided thys foeyuZastmro onn O Mister Major, I shwil mhak e cltig aacovnetFrsneDlr
peopl e ofethisto w d Itchdd thse:wudrm m e vr odo t

who were angry, it cheered the unhappy ones, it even laughed with it taave aid the toL l Store on

for everybody."
Giuseppe came In bringing thec p ev
Amercan have poste which, ough 'clock an this clafrnon. save yo money Just as dietnorudGrp : AL

priest. Father Pensovecchio was
gray-haired and cheerful, and as he Fa
approached the group around thee Major's desk he made a motion with IcnaidoHe iked ups u w he
his right hand which might have Mhat t outie the Mor office Fi
been interpreted either as a bless- am a Cfe Ordinarily he he sefirst
me,. It shoul lik toe aten you cryg ha i teazzlrgesolih."TEISvlusa oes rcs

ing or as a Fascist salute, ." inrfro o alazo, but tistr m
water the introductions, Major The p t d wi ll be a he was is nd want
Joppolo said to the priest: "Father, plea to hav you. Mar Jop- tsto we are speaking of the old bellto You wil ceiy
which was taken away." would be an hoor fore he w fsoe r
Father Pensovecchio said: "That Mjor fopl said: fI sa se site the Cah d cortou a p tve
is the disgrace of this town. I have y te redLi
in my church a bell which is just as ate Poho sa ids to shrly. loud as the one which was taken mae sur at theChrch ofnSn h tok aidep brath.iBl and For t bet i cneient Fesoie e er
away, though not so sweet and much
younger and altogether meaningless ame Aeven I th monig tha roared: "Well, you aughed. Swrtond teret
as a bell. Any other bell wouldU t s But yo can sat MerocSa- Oretr co nct e yo timo . anR
efer Moeryday. eveALLoe-NBTntwrk

have done as well in my belfry. I enthe priest had l G e vatos sill yo c er.Te Amer. wanetd tedm ell.ei But the sai inhieand ofEnlsheYo curriend Slaofe secio "Ysloy-gt 95 h 'rsoaTr ui,

Monsignor would not permitit. The doing oky a bs All you got an to 6
Monsignor is the uncle of the Mayor,.onwi i od"yu redto o aebe LCfI EC OTGLR
He has reasons for doing the things "Ys"siMaoJopo,"odexetnthAmrcsfrsmeE T S
he does-" Father Pensovecchio W oies But t te bt dd y ect
crossed himself, indicating that the d you ave a ci hic u com ar the A e Ss aw o tE
things which the Monsignor did were Giuseppe said o ito in I somewhat ugly; "-but in this case "Wa is th ouhange Maths fter F Sac g u
I believe he was wrong."CDd huinto th hil with he they c e Did u hat t
Borth said: "It's ridiculous. Thereotes"wrgontocagpatily 'iJLtYBLST
are lots of things more important ZI said "oe ts here Mer eryin the rer Well,
than this bell. Get them some food ceor ci ihe toltellyo this."
and don't forget that alleyway." jor he doest lwa s N ecrio at filled Major Joppolo said: "All the say ec w you tell him to le
same, the bell is important tosal I see afen te wife ofyatt
them." And he said then in Italian: iof what o wi but he wi in ron t of he Ialo see he "Thank you for telling me aboutchneisoeEvniyowrtlayFtaennggistheal the bell. I promise you that I will It don he w ei'e se
do all I can to get another bell Major Joppolo said "Ill ue t th Cameia for soa om service
which will have some meaning as a him, p Zite I want to sen h orm din the lt tim B 1
bell and will have a good tonehioutotlthpepetredteothinao.Hewssasoo/ and its history will be that it was proclmatins." addes a fe words thra
given to you by the Americans totent Major o Sa to t i unfortate, lazy Fate.
take the place of the one which was ge: "We i o that that u neverato ad.
taken away by the Fascists to make est en I the procna- It oad that yu ere too slothgun barrels." mationso fut toumemorize the leri o the
Cacopardo said: "You are kind." Gheppe s "ay, aios." apae tis after you would Caxi said: "I thank you, Mister ajorinoppolorlooked downiat:hisohave a a chnc of the Sal. Major, and I kiss your hand." de nd s x telegram.oHe chan s whic ou frien the Major Joppolo said: "You what?" undid"e safety pin a fode Americans dr out Cacopardo the historian said: "He theppe ad ra her in dano
somehat o y o "-bnse t In olds cus t "hee One thoe mporvtn capie- g Tn BE On tingaf
I believe hewswrongpleDmae rus iss their hads, andtete amDdyuko ta hySGi
Bort sad: It' riicuous Thr lters? when then acua kissing be-tcal
are ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~cm ltoftigmoeiprat Zth habit mNheI erely to r mentionxep h rir elP'11'ATIIYI E
than~~~~~~~ ~h kissel ette sm oo u ing lase if i hee. nly one." i er o eloti.
and on' fogottha aleywy." Mister Major, Ie ame ant-Fast."ro avaoefild iCR
~~~~~~~~~Major Joppolo said: "Il h a xcl htyutl appears sad eloe: Opoiee4
same, he bel IsImortant t at. evre win this tona iseant-Ise amlnthwieoFta them. Andhe sid ten i It Fasc;iso t Weluw will sete about fotofhrhos.I lose h
~~~~~~~~~~the bell. No Irms o htI i tdwh wihg t se aone i ieshos.Tecir ihs4S

Major Joppolo said "Will gtry hn ameiafrsoag fre E
to send it.
bell ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Crx mn ilhv od oehmottentieoe t ea kissing ivain.H wsesasot
and is hitory ill e thai gain rcandatrned" todes go. orsthrlz
takWhe the others had gone Majwicors Jouspplo said tol Fat Pene- athtyunvrlredora.RAE take awy b th Fasist tomak ercio there Ie wishpot telo.Iti o bdta you thatooslth gun barrels." mtes. Amrian wan toorz brin onlys f h

Cra sad: I tankyou MitiMonthre arel soomed en hin aehdacacet edo h Major andI kis yor had. Aeria.d Itw Cis osilegthat. soechne wihou frndte Majr Jppl aid "ou hat" ndAmeria t who come herfwilde do rcn itn obrn bu
Cacoard thehisoria sad: surte youe tatd most: ofr the Amerim~an nooffnse Itis n od cs To thkin as y oevaned byiTOBONIUD


failed in their mission because they pioneered the aerial supply routes In the County Judge's Court of Jef- will1 issue Prolatilont at that timle

verh 186 into 9l e ai a l is novin s d cubishedt on e.
Esabine o89yar ptenta preaue doppfecigl oAmerplane tihtn damer dayks car-os Ino ther Estat of:, NAMtecu Neia a ArewsS
PUBLISHED~~~~~~~~~ ~~~ ~oife EVER FRquDAe bomb tofaciitae thirlscap. r hunredlof ounsnofcriicaly WITE or 945 rics onbab w. Whtmor, dceasd. RATEOtMIPANtDRFTO
NOTCETOCIEITRLLtis COhNSTITeteUtatTION) o nEtieabblisihhddon1t8e7i
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION shackled by antiaircraft. Young Kemp, graduate of Monti- der now for baby turkeys, blood- claims and demands which you, or ida, inl whlichConlthhmefic4
Established 1873 "Otir beach and air strip defenses cello high school, entered the army tested, broadbreasted Bronze direct either of you, may have ag-ainst the 'tow to, abe locted.cupltosI
Changed to were continually varied to meet and in Febrtiary, 1942, received training from Texas. Hatches weekly, estate of W. W. Whitmore, deceased, IN lVITNE1SS WEEF
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 confuse the Japs and to portect vital at Camp Blanding, and Camp Lee, Stever's Hatchery, Live Oak Fla. tf late of Pima County, Arizona, to the have heretinto set mcy hand
areas as they were developed. To ac- and came overseas in July, 1944. ICounty Judge of Jefferson County, nld caused the Great Seal
ChangedSlte f lotdot
KET~LE BWDN omlih hi, t asben ecssry -In compliance with House Bill 1175, Florida, at his office im the court loe fixed tat TalFlarassee.
eatLEto ost Offic mpisthis, i n nes upon Chapter 20953, laws of Florida 1941. house at Monticello, Florida, itbin the Capital, this the 13th.
Edeed a M nitelor t tfic ou m take sup ehumane d ems on U n seeded Tfi o'ers Monticello Grocery Company. T. L. eight calendar months from the date I cla if Februaryv, A. D. 145.
Entered matte MontceloePostCls Ofieut as necesitatedn the move- byday Btillock and A. M. Patterson, Owners, of the first publication of this notice. (SEA A')
asNo. 3. Feb 9-16-23 Mar 2-9 Each claim or demand must be in 1. A. lsAY
___________________________and by night. It has necessitated (continued from page 1) writing and muit state the place of No. st2. socretftr-y of state.
Telephone ----------------138-B constant alert. It has required you in the third quarter the Perry team FOR SALE-Good farm mule and residence and post-office aress of 2f,_2-23,
OFIC O UBICTIN to go without sleep for days and still got definitely hot and ran the score one-horse wagon, not sold separate- the claimant, his agent or attorney
News Building Dogwood Street continued to carry the fight into the to 27-16 at the beginning of the ly. Mrs. Geo. T. Bishop, Aucilla. 2t or the same will become void accord-:
Febeuarys Before sDwlling or
________________________ sy. outh uater Th fnalscre asThis 2nd day of FriayA. D.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES "You met the challenge and the bat- 35-21 with Bishop Clark of Perry as WANTED-Farm in Jeffersn or 1945. Buying a Used Car
One Year --------------- $2.00 talion functions as the well trained high point manl with 14 points while adjoining county. Good land and STELLA E. WHITMORE,
Six Months---------------1.00 'eam it is. Gtin sections dug in rap- Joe Treadwell was next high with buildings and fences in good oni- E usee "RED"
idly, maintained superb alert, were eleven points. Thotigh the boys did ti .on. Write Box "A" care News, Eectrixn of the las Willre an

Service Column- friendly plane. Communications were shown what they can do when the and terms. M2 First publication hereof on Febrt- a
established and maintained despite chips are down and bid well to be a WNE:Fyr.Tlpoercalary 2nd, 1945. a
(Continued from page 1) the constant moves and monstrous threat in the District Two Tourna- DixiE He call No._3._Fe_2-9_6_2_FrakHonerarag
labor entailed by the wide deployment Dient nextl wekt e edi ery 0'lJ FI'1E''
the dramatic return of M\acArthur's etnxwekobehlinPry
thedrmaicreurnofMa~rhu'sof guns within the batteries and the The two finalists in this tournament LOTAuigps 2mnhbten T C1 DS OP (OIOEATION5
men to the Philippines, this unit has
ben omenedbyit cmmndngbattalion. Motor transportation work- qtialify to enter the State B Class Silver Lake and Thomasville road, Notice is, hereltv3 gix" en'Inder Thle been commended by its commanding 1
offierwhoissued the fllowing ed around the clock with drivers lit- tournament to be held at Daytona' 1 full-blooded Jersey calf or year- lr'OX'isioii Of Chrtite' 1 6880, Acts of
o gficer who 19sue the fbollowi tng e ac fe
anmarch. The local bsketeers have two Mrs Moline at Dixie Hotel F23c iorsported tinder cm Laws ofmand: Fica n todnt h eod
"To the officers and men of the 202nd "Despite every Ostacle, guns and more games before they close their fcar o rio eac d o
AAA AW Battalion I saye eahsiWellocil riato ueT
AAA AW Battalion, I say, 'Well communications were always 'in' to season, both of which are road trips FOR SALE-Matched pair mules, 5 evro i sct cor'tolation' appear dc- Her's good news for the people
deea heJpswhndanor dusk the first when Greenville and the years old. Also harness e lintluent for three (l) vt-irs or mnore of the U. S. A. Canada's greatest
defeat or the aps wfhemon dan e or a inl the fling of repot I and payiymen. t of cough medicine Is now being made
or he iseofthemoo hraled n-Tigers tangle at Perry for a pre- write Ralph Utley, Montiell.Mptxsuic thtep 'oo isins of Chapter, and sold, right here, and if you "We have participated in one of ol Fl, idn, have any doubt about what to take
te hota patcpateds in one re- other attempt to get through. tournament game and another at the lantat undi- the roi ion f said this winter for the common cough
the ot v ilcapins The re- "You fulfilled your mission with Tallahassee Armorywherethe Tigers FOR SALE-One number 42 inter- Chare- 165Th Aets o 1.Laws of or bronchial iritation get a bottle
taking of the Philippines. The Task masterful technique and high cour-1will play the rampaging Leon Lions national combine or all crop ha- l a sit o oiAtion lb iof uc's C D ite .
Force, of which we were a part, spearheaded the advance into the Philip-why navy in a po-tourname clash for both vester. Cuts 42" swath. Good con- that thie (3) mouths after the date different from anything else you
pines t a n t the Phili- personnel, to the C E N SO R te nn s. The girls' sextet w ill play the edition. P rice $425.00. W e had to fh i beacihl-tio ii e d e er of ve r s ed- on lt l si a
piesfrm h CNSRE D beachhead, after participatillg in Leon Lionettes in their final game of get a larger machine. W. H. Thom- hae riot inl ti unaitiie filed their all good druggists.
head. From rapidly constructed air landing e ashore to the season at the same time. Lloyd, Fla M9 relortsd I su lid tax due tndr
fields, it was planned to fly hundreds the protisions of fhartei 1467, Acts SIMMONS CITY DRUG STORE
of planes to destroy the score of Jap of 1911 1 ivs of Fbi is amended. hEAD'S CASH DRUG STORE
airfild itoth mistofwhchwesaved our lives. Tatsadmeho CARD OF THANKS LOST-HAMILTON WHITE GOLD will bev certifiedl to the, Governor who
air fields into the midst of which we oti. RS ACBAKCR
had penetrated, We were to insure oti. RS ACBAKCR
ha pneraed e er t isue "I am indeed proud to be able to e shttanoumnyfids BAND. FINDER RETURN TO N.
the safe passage of those who were
to ak te ssultonth bacessay that I belong to your battalion." for the kindness they rendered and S CUJRTIS AND RECEIVE REto make the assault on the beachesI
ofLzo.-- _ad etho urlvd n.KARL M. EGGEN, Lt. Col. CAC. loes:uig h lns WARD. -23 From where I sit Joe Marsh.
of Luzon. -Vtemn lwrdrn h lns ________________"Much was entrusted to the hands WANTED: To rent large unfurnished
"Muh ws ntrste t th hads Pfc. John G. Walker received anr Mrs. J. E. Wirick house in desirable location in Mon- o
of Anti Aircraft. The protection of honorable discharge from the Army J, P. Wirick and family planes, upon which so much depended and returned to his home in Aucilla, J. M. Wirick and faily tecellen are ofose and T
was assigned to us, and we were also Walker has been hos- Gee. H. Wirick andufamily
to strongly reinforce the beach de- Teda F. Happy Marriage
fences. If the enemy penetrated the cilla.
antiaircraft defenses, he was capable eating from wounds received in Euof reducing to smoking ruins the rope. FEBRUARY 22, 1918- FOR SALE-Francis Bacon upright The Cuppers are about the hap- realized that the hat and mug
plas po wosecotiue opraiol ___ piano, good condition. Large coal piest married couple in our had become important symbols
plans upon whose continued operation(cniudfo pae1orwd-iighat. qil
the lives of so many depended. An Air Service Command Trans- town. Comfortable off, too, after in their marriage-symbols of
"Hetrid t peetrte nd ou e-port Group, England.-Pfc Charles castor beans for the government at Mide'.23 Desfftyarofhntwr, rspcfrechte'sigs
"He tried to penetrate and you de- ide's -9 e
featedlKemp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Major $3.00 per bushel. __I lownthe landin Fo 0ciall eneys ple Kemp, is assigned to this Air Trains- T. C. Bradford was the county WATD Old Florida literature, But their two most prized pos- and differences Of opinion. lowing the landing all enemy planes rter, county books, pamphlets, newspapers, pro- sessions are an old beer mug and From where I sit, a lot of marto venture within range of this bat-potGopaanarafmehicagtadJaieC
talion were shot down. Many more It is his job to keep the giant, cargo-, home demonstration agent, and the motional literature, maps, pictures an 1890 Floradora hat. riages would be happier if there
have since been destroyed or dam- carrying. Douglas C-47s in the air, botle folks appeared eager to co- Send description of material offer- When they were first married, were more funny-looking hats
agd.Th Jpswh ecaedaloand in the best possible mechanical operate in food production, recogniz- ed with quoted price to P. 0. BOx Dee allows he couldn't stand thte and old beer mugs in the backaged. The Japs who escaped alsothat ed as being vital to the war. Tallahassee. 3-2.
wiilningThse it 997 hat; wieJaetrdhrnoe ground. Tolerance is a mighty
____ ____________up (privately) at Dee's fondness good foundation for living hap___ IZ for a f riendly glass of beer from pily together.
~ I -~ time to time. But each figured it
~f~5I~iIU I~iIE~~was the other's right so they THERTHElived and let live.
LATE SHOW-Saturday Feb. 24 A st
Pi U G rlr ~ -'No. 105 ofaSre Copyright, 1945, United States Brewers Foada, n
Pin Up Girl
Show begins 11:10 P. M.
Sunday & Monday- Feb. 25-26 1

Pin-Up Girl
(In Technicolor)
Betty Grable, Martha Raye Our representative will again be in the Courtroom of the
Joe E. Brown
Shows Start Sunday: 2:30, 4:27, 9:15
Monday: 4:30, 6:27, 8:24 and 9:30
Tuesday & Wednesday, Feb. 27-28 from 10:00 A M to 6:00 P M to inteiew farners and contract with
Ber uda Myseryfarmers for cucumbers to be grown for uIS and bought in Monticello. Bermuda Mystery
Preston Fbster, Ann Rutherford At the meeting last week, almost enough acreage was secured to
WHITE TREASURE assure a station, but many interested farmers were not able to get in
ONE MAN NEWSPAPER to see our representative, also many farmers could not say exactly what
Shows Begin: 4:30, 6:01, 7:32 & 9:03
Show Begn: :30,6:01 7:2 & :03acreage they wanted at that time. Therefore, we are having our repreThursday & Friday, March 1-2 senttiVe there again this Saturday So that those who id not see him
Thurdaylast Saturday or dlid not Sign with him last Saturday will have the
Abroad with Two Yanks opportunity of having our contract explained to them.
William Bendix, Dennis O'Keefe
Shows Begin: 4:30, 5:49, 7:31 & 9:13
Saturday, March 3 An cash crop that will bring you cash
Sive"Sur'hen very little other cash is corning in from farm crops; FOIA TGR W H tJ
Silver Spurs An assured market at guaranteed prices, with no MkRINA
Roy Rogers kCI
WOLF! Roger chance of market "dropping" or breaking&' art by 'e out on Pu ri Chick
Show Begins 2:30 A Supply of highest quality and tested Seed at VERY sartartny uu Pury e C
Live Stck Aucion Sal lowcost; the -hck to lb.y wuceigsf pon aou 2lb.oSaren
Live Stock Auction Sale(O better) and grow
A good portion of ccmeswl e aeit ike hi hcst b egt naot2Is fSatn
Bring Your Hogs and shipped to help cucu me wile fed on the Purina Plan Every thimbleful Of Startena is a
completely balanced and nourishing feed for a baby chick
and Cattle to
and attl toGive thorough consideration to planting cucumbers under contract ,-vitamins, minerals, proteins and other food materials
MONTICELLO STOCK YARD to us this year and be certain to see our representative in the Court- needed for high livability and fast growth. You Can almost
Auction every Monday, and get room at the Monticello Courthouse, Saturday, Feb. 24, between 10:00 see the difference Purina Startena makes!
highest market prices. SaleA. M. and 6:00 P. M. starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock
Yards. J. N. Hawkins, Mgr. I After
__________________te Saturday, February 24, You Can Secure YourWIHPRN CEKRAB
NOTICE Contract From: W
We have found that someone has .
been cutting a good many Camellia J. L. Anderson Co., Store, Monticello, Fla. -07 Make the drinking water safe
Flowers in our Park Grounds across for your chicks by using Purfrom the Office. We are glad to have or by writing to Cairo Pickle Company, Cairo, Ga. ma Chek-R-Tabs, the combifolks come in and look at the flowers, nation water disinfectant, fun

and plants, however we cannot allow -anboe thed pato heouledvor wcuainod willoas Talk this among your friends and be certain to attend this 'gicide adbwlastringent .; .no other poultry water
theab to be pulled or cut, and will asklast long. that thn, practice be stopped. cucumber meeting THIS Saturday. One tablet will disinfect one quart of water and

MONTICELLO____NURSERY___CO. kill all common poultry disease germs.


If you want a farm, AAS
a house, or some land 4P
T. J. MARTIN Cairo, Georgia
Monticello Florida Phone 98 Monticello, Fla.
"ha ckle by ntiircaft


lChurch Ceremiony Unites Miss Josephine Pate, talle, which held the throe-tiered wedding cake arid silver coffee setLieutenant John C.Anderson, U. S Air Corbs vice. The table was covered with
Mr.nan exquisite lace cloth, which as
Social A ctivites o ter of the altar, and white carna-made by the bride's grandmother,
thMide John aen ieuam tions tied with satin ibbons moatked the late Mrs. J. R. Davis. Mrs. L.
te innt Unitedn, Ga Asror, gint the pews reserved for members Of R. Rainey and Miss Leila a ceremony performed at the First the families. Waldo, presided at the refreshment
Mrs. D. A. Finlayson has been vis- Airey Mays of Thomasville was a Baptist Church at 4:30 Wednesday, Preceding the ceremony a program table.
of ndptial music was given by Mrs Mrs. Pate, mother of the bride,

iting relatives in Albany, Ga. visitor here Saturday. afternoon, February 14th. Rev. H.

We nsd y wases theto reen gues ofu ch her son-in-k c ins, n r. oeg ey ce ewih bak a
.Hewlett Anderson, vocalist. Mrs. accessories. Her corsage was of
Mr. and Mrs .John B. Taylor were Miss Lucile Hart, of Mayo, was the sister by Rev. Henry Holmes, offCookswy played "Traumerei" (Sch- white shattered carnations. Mrs. Anvisitors in Aplachicola, Sunday. week end guest of the Rev, and Mrs. ciated at the cereony.

Thea) Marqui andia Marquiset ded Tal- tegom' ohrwr
L. Hunter. ho altar of the church was out- "Evening Star" (Wagner). Mrs. black suit and a black hat tried
Mrs. Maurice Loeb spent last wee lined with a ow of white primroses Anderson's songs were "Because" in pink, with a corsage of pink carend in Ashburn, Ga., as the guest of Mrs. T. T. Turnbull, of Tallahassee and southern slax. The cOupne (dlardelot) and "0 Perfect Love" nations. The groom's grandmother, relatives, formerly of Monticello, was a visitor exchanged their vows beneath an (Banby). Liebstran was Played Mrs. L. M. Mills, wore black silk a
here oW Friday. rch of cathedral candles, against a softly during the ceremony. The with a lavender hat and a corsage of
Miss Annie Bond and Mrs. J. J. background of plalms and fern. A bridal chorus from Lohengrin was lavender gladiolus.
Willie of Lloyd were visitors here, Mrs. W. 0. Hart of Cross City tall, graceful arrangement of white used as processional and Mendels- The bride is the daughter of Mr
Wednesday. was the recent guest of her son-in- gladioli and spires, stood in the cen- sohn's wedding march as recessional- and Mrs. Joseph Warren Pate. Af ter
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. The maid of honor was Miss E graduation from the Monticello High

Mr. and Mrs. Croo Partridge of Thomas Folsom. MRS. HENRY COMPLIENTS ma Pate, sister of the bride. She School, she attended Florida State William Russell Kersey, of
Atlanta, Ga., spent Tuesday here -- -MRS. SCHENK, TUESDAY wore yellow embroidered mousseline College for Women, receiving a B. S. Panama City, is visiting his grand-s
with relatives. Mrs. A. N. Turnbull and Mrs. Cath- do soie, made with fitted bodice and degree in commerce. She isl a mom- father, W. R. Kersey, here. Hi
erie Turnibull of Tallahassee spent Mrs. J, M. Henry entertained with full skirt. Her flowers wer e blue iris be of the Kappa Delta sorority. For fteX.R esy ri evn

Mrs Pau Golber and smal sona a itid w t elw e ea ah r .K re ,Jri evn
Mrs. Harry Taylor of Orlando was Saturday af ternoon hero with rela- a coffee at her hiomna Es n n elwaaite ihylo eea months she has been connect- with the Navy SeaBees, and is now
the week end guest of Judge and ties and friends. Tuesday morning at eleven, comliibbons. Little Emmala Hughes was ed with the Delta Air Line with
Mrs. Tom B. Bird. meeting Mrs. Herman Schenk of flower girl. Dressed in blue and car-D-eadquarters in Atlanta.
_____The Marquis and Marquise de Tal- Georgetown, S. C. Mrs. Schenk and rying a small basket of white camel- Lieutenant Anderson is the son of MRS. TAYLOR ENTERTAINS

Mrs. N. S. Curtis left Tuesday for lyrand of Welaunee Plantation were her husband are guests at the Dixie Il petals, she preceded the bride. Mrs. John L. Anderson, and the late FOR HSBAND'S BIRTHDAY A e ug rs in town Friday afternoon visiting Hotel. Miss Pate entered the church with Mr. Anderson, of Monticello. He is
P feiia i n ho u t M M r. a n d M rs E d w in G raH .lin g N a rc is s u a n d s p ir e a w e r e u s edh e r fa th e r b y w h o m s h e w a s g iv en.a n dfMr s L e o nJH .T ya
_____ ~~~~~~~~~~~~effectively in the living room, while in marriage. Her bridal gown of ShoadetrdteU .Arwt upiedne athnr

terol ait vii withs Mrnne andty Mrs.oJi
Walker andre Mr. and Mrs Lama
Ed Abbott has returned to his yellow daffodils adorned the dining I white satin was fashioned with \a Corps in June 1942. He has served ing herl husband on his birthday,

Mrs. HalP.rke retrnd ue s-i
Mr. erg oxterad e 55home. in Hollywood, California, after table. Mrs. Hugh Fraser presided at tight-f itting bodice and long, full overseas as piot of a B-24 Liberator Thursday evening. A Valentine meter, Mrs. Irving Bush, of Lloyd, spent spending several weeks here with his the coffee service. Refreshments of sleeves tapering to a point at the ad wasedi nln.LA tfwsue o h at.Tedn

Tday fPtersburg Va.otcl, afe visinMntcll. uncle, Fred A. Mahan, and Mrs. Ma- sandwiches, cheese. straws, nuts and wrist. The marquisette yoke was derson asared Egand t AMea n- ta was s d orated party. Thed

tuesda ftDkeno waisaredanAitedlengtaiewanecraed wihee
nan. cake were served. applied to the bodice with bands of for meritorious achievement, and camellias and red candles.

Mrs. J. D. Goldberg and Mr. and Thirty friends enjoyed a delightful lace, and the full skrt and train was later received two oak leaf clusters, Enjoying the evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Goldberg and small son, Mr. anid Mrs. Fred 0. Reed an- hour with thre hostess and guest of of marquisette over satin. She wore the equivalent of two additional Mrs. Taylor were Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Jackie, were visitors Tuesday in nounce the birth of a son, Frederick honor, a silk illusion veil and her flowers medals. He received the Purple McDonald, Mrs. Thelma Bishop, Mr.
Jacksonville. Otto, Thursday, February 15th, in were a Colonial shower bouquet of Heart for wounds received on his and Mrs. W. A. White and W. .
their home on Bloomer street. FAREWELL DINNER PARTY white carnations and white prim-34th bombing mission and was re- Canova of Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Candler of De- bFOR BOYS ENTERING NAVY roses.
MAnderson, brother of the bert Tidwell, Mrs. Carlyle, Mrs. Battroi wer guets o Mr.and rs. cleMr Fred C. nd Frs.Math

A. Delp of Leon Tung Orchards Cor- have as guests in their home, Casa Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Human groom, served as best man. The
motoufoceltteielebAranhs oyn ad snoDvisFJr.eofeuicak

pany last Wednesday. I Bianca, the latter's sister, Miss Eve- entertained Wednesday evening in ushers were Lieutenant Keith Clark: Lt. and Mrs. Anderson left by
lyn Bird, of Jacksonville, and Miss theirhome in East End with a dinner and Henry Malloy. mhe
JaneEbbsand iss sthe BatTel
Pfc. and Mrs. Leon Hf. Walker Jane Ebbs and Miss Esther Batchel- party for their son, Clifford (Tippy) Immediately following the cere- whre they will make their home 'Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carroll, Miss have returned to Smyrna, Tornn,, af Iher of Washington, D. C. Shuman ,William Bailey and Bill An- mony a small reception was given at Th.groom has been assigned as in: Clara Carroll, Mrs. Fred Pierson, of
ter a isit wth Mr.andMr._Jim derson. The three boys, all members the home of the bride's parents for structor at the Blytheville Army Air Tallahassee, Mrs. Frank Eidson, Mrs.
Jack TrneWsr.,nantMrs.Dillia

ter a visit witheM.mand Mrs.rJim Bns
Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Lamarl Miss Wilbelmina Anderson and of this year's graduating class, have the wedding party, relatives, out of Alexanerh of ave Mss ila
Davis. Miss Lilla Crosby of San Mateo, both recently enlisted in the Navy and ex- town guests and intimate friends. Among the ow uen of Wlomis Mry Ludd
_____students at the Florida State College pet to report for duty next week. The home was decorated with ~who attended the wedding were theHolmes of Jacksonville, Lt. Gene
Mrs. Hal P. Dekie returned Tues- for Women, spent last week end with The living and dii many spring flowers. In the living Misses Lois and Jean Wilson, RubylRuskin and Lt. William Boland of
day from Petersburg, Va., after vis- the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. decorated with pink poom Chandeleri camellias and snow- Plant, Sara Ellen Glenn, Mary Lilla the Thomasville Air Base. iting Lt. Dekle, who is attending the IMilton Anderson in their home near ellias. Other guests enjoying the Idrops were used on the mantle and Gainey, Mary Shelley Carr and An-'
MveofrI Pate, Miss Beverly Patterson and ing room white primroses and Alba Women, Tallahssee; ,Mrs.oCharleseSubscriberto
Camp Lee, Virginia. Mrs. Walter P. Fuller returned to Miss Evelyn B lair. PIlena camellias centered the dining Cater, Mrs. John 0. Lewis, Mrs Azl- The Mlonticello New's
St. Petersburg, Saturday after spendfor San Pedro, California, to visit !ng a week here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Clark. Mr. Fullher husband, Petty Officer 1st Class Mr. an Mrs. lr.M. u- ~T:Y
S ed her here after attending'
Ernest Clark, who is stationed at thre aet business coerhene wil oeio Naval Training Station there.
Arnall in Atlanta.

Pfc. and Mrs. William Van Letch- Lt. Col. and ,Mrs. John R. Moon worth and son, of St. Joseph, Mis spent several days last week with souri, arrived Monday night to spend their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs fifteen days here, with his parents, C. L. Moore. Col. Moon. who recent L~~~H MONT o.Mon horc,1LICEL NEWS W NV

Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Letchworth.ieutnanurnedC.r yis Josephine Davis Pate becamezon

aa eni route Srtt Fort Ceonring ti
Mrs. D. H. Mays, Sr., spent Satur- the Redistribution Center at Miam i day in Monticello with re4ativ:s. She W
recently returned frm a visit of a Lt. and Mrs. Harry R. Brow few months with her daghter, MiOs. Hughesm
whosvciated at thek ceremony.

John Gill, arin Florala, her 24th o
Ala., and with daughter, Mr s. ed Tumesday f week's visit with
Sarah Spindler, in GulfbOrt, Missis- Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs, I.ISal
sippi. hesno vdJ. T. Daniels in their houeer smil a Te c
dughtei Mr. voPs enanth an L
sakee as the guest of her son and Monticello. Theyareenoute to inINIntheSt a it .r caa

hill Mays. been assigned to Dale Mabry Field. President for the Men interested
backg oundr A, s an c n m erican tra w
.~tal grceu arranemen ofris whitelveil.Pec
gladioli~end an"prettodryhecn

e e tce on the aouth and dition where arna
tion tid wth stinribonmre

the t th their faailm andl
nP r e c e g ee c o n e a p r r a m o nti a n d
Tamits opportunities. R. Thesesanfromettcai s. Mli EditOr from
mann), "Av Maria" (Shubert) an

in flowers, we have regular shipments, direct from the wout isb alWasen e~ y the Southsiie ave bring pemaen 11
"Ev nin St r" (W g er) MS .u h h v e e e na t i

growers, of carnations and gladiolus in shades of red, a greater cares eased inc"ill
pink, white, lavender, Perfed Love
South Florida. jug plan~~sfote peace. th cmny. henist h omnte nwih t

"Carefulrb scrutiny Shows am L they are located.' climatesad as plationaeligant Medes

Roses land Other flowers as available. things: url resources, tah b
T hIm id of h o or w atMss E m

iRS.potNR C L N.mal Pat, iteof t b i She one wh
Visit ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ MS SCHNK TUESDAYus whc snwfle ihbom lmt n oyelao embr idee mouseline e wr

Flowerpany ki de so p er ae ith mitt co dce banker are ready to hel d
M rs Jt M .an t H e n e r t it f l i H th e ie r to
a f a e o n rnd an ale with ellow tabe wich" hedte h -tee

G ellin g 'sweddingicake and silver coffee
Telephone 116-R Monticello. industrially in small communiT tl ws c
a. .n. exquisi ine ohter-w

'.________________________________________________ties and large ones three eo
______________________________________sme1,00mnufacturerssords manygeoutetgrndotrsteel and other
'peac la e Ms .f Racilities

thein edon. lft ie rds
R R aine an ithe Southeast,

Products forhoean fctre
Wadoswd nee to live inr
tMrs Pates mohe of thel brided

to recommend
"The gare crce pur- pe withshalckb

Our resarch rae a

chased about 75'/ of itsseplis
BI~~~~wht prodcetisrow neesrnihtians.iabMesocaAnnS

fromr the North. The South,m to we a
ba suit and asbolahailbl in p wihcan a corsage of p forarnations. Tharomsgrnmohr

h wtIt has the land, the hate an a osa e o with
lavendr glaiolus

the People is the d h o M
"andeM rsrindu strieee trial abilities
graduatin frin teuMonticllooHig
School, shhttneaFoiaett
College fowoenaeeiigar.S

located in agricultural areas, c m e She
aneveraltrained thousands Of ha be n o
Tmn t oy, Lit tve what we Once el r
A RmEe a l rese f bled c eri ceive Promptn tana
W il i a R u s el K e r s e y I II.o

P a a m C i t y,, sc o n f id e n t ia l tt e i r
lacked~ater W. Rnadto othsf.t. Kee, hee. Hi

f t e W R. K Fields,
in the AdiralAssistant Vice
(PrewaH Type With Balloon Tires)
N a c i s s n d s i r a e e s e e r ft h e r b w h omt he w ash l iv e n ar s d e t Wrd a e oiho t c l o H i h M s o n Ba l r e t e r a i e

the offe sevice Refesh e of c s leeve s kpeingl t a poitl a the a d w sb sd i nl n L .A -tf w s ue o h at T edn cake were served.rapied toihewa bdicwtbadoffrmrtrosahee nadcmlisadredade.


The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla. Friday, February 23, 1945

IMPROVED W mYou Can Add Square a Time to This
.SIfM By Ruth Wyeth Spears
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PLANTS t ( JESUS, THE SON OF GOD ~ ~ ~ ~~ LESSON TEXT-Matthew 16:13.17; 17:1-9.Adrs.
PLANTS___________ GOLDEN TEXT Whosoever therefore
CiIENHAGEN Cabbage Plants $2 per 'I I confess also before my Father which is
2,000; all other varieties 75e per 1,000. 1.1
Oeion plants $1 per 1,000 f. o. b. Lenox. e n0
APE PLANTS. Highest quality. Geand dresses are LYS---T-H-IN
se Florida Bencon. Plant now. F tsh e use or the background of this because they're realty medicated
orignal. ,~ ~ ~ ein mut Jsus rug, and the turquoise flowers and
ig. growing information furnished. Flori- man answer.
original and largest exclusive grape 3rn
mery. Hpson's Vineyard Lutz Flaasked it (Matt. 22:42), and each of ~~us makes some kind of reply. aefo ydpee fa l
It is the touchstone that tries men, cream colored blanket.
SHOES The burlap or canvas foundation
aETl MORE WEAR out of your work answer to it is of
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als University Ave., Palo Altodg e t Soothe your throat all the way
___charact___________ i er condition, adesiyfr this fascinating design. No large :down-far below the gargle line
0_________________ g tim an eternity.
.~4. Jsus th Chist th So ofthe frame is needed and your hooking Each F & F Lozenge gives you
Slow-Ripening Fruit y to carry with you or to throat a 15 minute soothing,
,~ tr eso.use for pick-up work. forting treatment. Used bymillions:
The sea cocoanut, found only in ie ess ed (1 7 hos tirom cols or
the Seychelles, is the slowest ma- 1. Js
during fruit, requiring ten years to With His crucifixion now only six smoking. Only 10I box.
months away, our Lord in prepara-Exe ieOr
splen.Exesv Or
~2pefltion for it is about to make a more Less Than a Cup of Suar Solves Dessert Problem definite claim to Messiahship, an
(See Recipes Below) thus to establish the truth in the Between 1939 and 1944, the price
minds of His disciples. He therefore of wolfram, or tungsten ore, in~~ ~. Dessert Fancies ynChmesPot-aig asks this all important question creased from $300 to $20,00atn,. -.:
Whenyordtblseaen'fStuwthlen about Himself, in Spain and Portugal, through
First, it is a general query, the bids of Allied agents who were
U~Jsta.salct.AllgtBr just exactly the meat you'd like to Baked Stuffed Heart "Whom do men say that I am?" instructed to pay any price for thisYOCAT U

Adrbetehrasn back aren rubbediintanteasuaneo
iho wen The answer (. 14) indicates that the indispensable war material to a pui g w of
OomeUmonotonou Creamed Spinach common opinion concerning Christ keep it out of the hands of Ger- uy nJeh Apirin, buy
promptly relieve coughing of thesngv our Jellied Apple Salad was a very high one. He had made many.thr
t Pake H e l l an impression on the people of His
*Pudding time, and this has been true down Woman Reveals Reason!
g Eskanthat's really ele- through thl ages. Even those who
Umeru fr rwnupTol gant. It'll make *4"Recipe Given dontbleeo i di ht MRS. HALL-Goodness! You

anSoa egin tor reak-up, Such o o o o elv nHmami ht dntma o a htti smr
'W.vser the Quintuplets catch cold He was "the ideal representative
drheststhroatsadbacksarebbed omissions in the Marmalade Scone Whirl. and guide to humanity," or the per- garner?
"mt Musterole. So Musrterole must be easiest way. (Makes 1 10-inch coffeBe cake) son before whom "everyone would MRS. HULL--Yes, it's Nu-Maid
~ns~aehowoNol wh'te ntines going to give you a 2 cups sifted flour kneel." But beautiful tributes to His .the Table-Grade Margarine.
3Liteioe elive cugs, or trot, lot of recipes calling for sugar or 3 teaspoons baking powder character and leadership are worse made especially for use on the tiSemuesdueo high-point canned fruits. I'm going I teaspoon salt than meaningless unless they lead ble!-Adv.
eom ai a l to tell you of simple but fanciful I tablespoon sugar to a personal confession o Him as

Emaurppmac bndhatrct oseual
erei ekdesserts that wll make it seem ke 14 cup shortening Lord and Saviour.
you're splurging. egg The question becomes personal as
*seM lRglradESrog A bit of the right tang in a pud- 3/4 cup milk He asks, "Whom do ye say that I
ding, a colorful cake with an unusual 11/2 cups citrus marmalade am?" That question no one can esicing or a sweet tidbit like maria- Sift together all dry ingredients. cape. We cannot refuse to answer. lade scones are some of the sweets Cut or rub in shortening. Beat egg Neutrality is impossible. Whatever I'm recommending. They'll keep the and add milk. Add to flour mix- we do or say, or do not do or say,
_______________________sugar budget in trim condition and ture. Stir only enough to moisten, is a decision.
still satisfy sweet-seekers: Spread dough into greased 10-inch Peter's answer Is really the sum
Upset Stom ach *Pudding Princess. pan. With fingertips press dough and substance of Christian doctrine.
(Serves 5-6) l iiin grooves an inch wide, mak- He recognized Him as the Messiah, 1 tLh Gosh, Mom, hot Skbrd05minutesordoublemoneyback 3 egg yolks ing a circular pattern. inMake first the fulfillment of all Hebrew proph- rolls! Now I know i

adsese tah ciy (1)se aiful atesocatMiralt cellsy som they canretin'eed
svw tomahand heartburn, doctors usually 1 teaspoon grated lemon peel groove one inch from edge of pan ecy, and as the Son of the living even better than I
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ever Saatuv el rdag oningr i
o 0Bake in a moderately hot (400-dc- Christian faith. Made 'em specially,
0/4 cup lemon juice green) oven 20 minutes. I. Jesus Transfigured (17:1-3). right after I got your
3 stiffly beaten egg whites In a recent survey among home- As His amazed disciples looked call-with a gran

Beay funtio thats permit poisonous IG i rcpeusn
makers, it was discovered that the on, the eternal, divine glory of the leischmann's yellow
W en winter wi on colored. Add lemon peel; gradu- biggest leftover problem was that of Son of God could no longer be hid- label Yeast, the kind /
ally beat in sugar. Soften gelatin in stale bread. Combined with health- den by the human body and the with erra vitamins
t k e cold water. Add lemon juice and ful eggs and milk, this leftover bread humble garments of our Lord, and
ullk gelatin to egg yolk mixture. Fold can make a delectable pudding: "His face did shine as the sun and

addHi randn othe waste mate fromhthe
ein whites. Pour into an oiled mold. Bread Pudding.
hnie Chill. Unmold, and serve with heaacs dThey saw their beloved Master
stewed dried fruits or stirred cus- 2 cups dry bread cubes now for what He really was, the Son gSURE EY'RE GOODtard sauce. 4 cups milk scalded of God. The testimony of Peter was AND 6OO0 FOR YOU1
Sponge cake with two eggs? Baked 1 tablespoon butter no longer mere words, although ever FLEISCHMANS TH ONLY
HLin minutes? Yes, it's possible if 14 teaspoon salt so blessed. His speech had been YT FOR AKING THAT I'M FREE! SEND FOR ME.
you'll follow this recipe. It doesn't 3/4 cup sugar q onfirmed by sight and they knew HAS ADDED AMOUNT OF BIG EEISECOITN'
SOOTHED QUICKLY! have to be iced but you'll like it 4 slightly beaten eggs
trertMent isf weAS Ar than negectAUs Its'aclked lips-so cruel, and painful! with the* simple baked-on icing: 1 teaspoon vanilla extract It is essential in both the life
Caused when raw, bitter weather Lighltning Sponge Cake. Soak bread in milk for 5 minutes. and service of a Christian that he VITAMIN 8 COMPLIXJ "THE BREAD WAKETN*
Slaves them "thirsty." 2 eggs Add butter, salt and sugar. our clearly understand the truth about
Sediin crack blad. Mentholatupsmeiziinally: (1) Stimulateslocal 3/4 cup sugar slowly over eggs; nj Chrst His perso andPE His work.
140mil supply. (2) Helps revive 1 cup sifted flour add' vanilla ex- / When that understanding is tied up RLS WE RAS
I*ip Cels so they can retain need- tract and mix with a personal vision of His glory,
Winanoswtur. onse hand r as 1 teaspoon baking powder well. Pour into a thee is assurance and power.
~iethlau I jrso tubs, NO. I tablespoon butter greased baking -' The want of such a vision explains
e2 cup hot milk dish. Bake in a the lack of zeal for soul-winning, the
Beat eggs until thick and light, pan of hot water Ineffectiveness of witness, the un_______________ lowly add sugar and beat with a mna moderate (350-degree) oven un- willingness to suffer or sacrifice forAnalthsvimnsgrgtItoyu wtho I
spoon for five til firm, about 150 minutes. Christ's sake. "Where there is no grad allosnte vmns go rightfinto yoet rol whmano .
S minutes. Fold sift- Variations of Bread Pudding, vision, the people perish" (Prov. 29: -Yeast with the yellow label. A week's supply keeps in
e 18) for want of a witness concerning the ie-box.
W ents into egg and ed raisins before baking. Serve the Saviour. For your free copy, write Standard Brands Incorporatsugar mixture all with lemon sauce. III. Jesus Triumphant (17:4-6). ed, Grand Central Annex Box 477, New York 17, N. Y.
u at once. Melt but- Butterscotch Bread Pudding: Sub- The crowning point of the transtsr in hot milk stitute brown sugar for white, figuration came when the voice
and add all -at Chocolate Bread Pudding: Melt 1 spoke out of the bright cloud and once. The folding ounce unsweetened chocolate in hot gave not only the Father's unqualof the milk and milk before adding bread. Serve with ified approval of Christ, but also His commnd matnmntoouldlistn t

dry ingredients butter or foamy sauce. Himmand theted Hshol messa e to
should take only Lemon Sauce. dam ptnd
about minute. V cup sugar Notfowo
0Bake in a waxed- 1 tablespoon cornstarch complete thes trnsfguration eIr ~
paper-lined 8-inch square pan in a 1/ teaspoon salt hedt.n moderate (350-degree) oven for 30 s teaspoon nutmeg itself it might have been likened to
minutes. 1 cup boiling water that which happened to Moses (Ex.
34o9u' syplkendrgib-g.

On Your favrit. B. C. ftadon Baked-On Frosting. 2 tablespoons butter or substitute 8:9 0.W a iee o e
.veu~~ Satdingy colorful cakee with anor unusualwdfrt

In egg white, beaten stie m a 2 teaspoons lemon juice
11:00 A. M., E. W. T. 4 eMix dry ingredients in order giv- in Jesus was from within, not just
I' recsommending They'lker h

VISE wsoc WFBC V/4 cup brown sugar or honey en. Gradually add water and cook Butthe wsfo.evnpo
4 cup chopped nutmeats over low heat until thick and clear.
'0:00M WA M.,C. W. *P Add baking powder to the egg Add butter and lemon juice and r sThey impressed Peterth
White which has been beaten. Add blend thoroughly.
the sugar or syrup gradually, blend- Victory Cookies, he talked of them as a cherished
Ing in gradually, then spread over 12 cups sifted flour memory and a transforming
cake while it is still hot. Sprinkle 1 teaspoon baki power in his life, even when he was
2we talepon cold water e. :11)

with h cup nutmeats. Bake in a Y2 teaspoon baking soda an o man impet. 16-8 A.
moderate oven until lightly browned. Vs teaspoon salt es d e sy
ready to acknowledge Jesus as the on~~~~ colored. Addleonpel;grdu

allyotChrist, the Son of God, and take gradients for these delectable scones / teaspoon cloves
made into a Whirl. A coffee cake 2 cups broken walnuts i Jsoldu Onyi7u-?
in~~~V whites Pour int1anoild9mld

dressed up like this one will go nice- d, cups each, pitted dates and ly for dessert: rairens
n cp gseng they now saw Him alone. True, the

Bt san be caused by disorder of kid- Lyn Says bpacke sugar firmly others had gone, but is there not alsoIl
you'llthe thought that He, the blessed ah to accumulate. For truly many aveGod, now filled the vision of their
ale feel tired, weak ad miserable o2 2 eggs souls?
"ba, the kidneys fail to reovoxcsslorful Combinations: Salmon -Mix and sift dry Ingredients. Toss to.M f e1wn m a y le Q(iC
ao ite u together with fruits and nuts. Cream make that application to our own
1 tblsponbute

Tom may suffer nagging backac~he canned string beans,' hashed shortening; beat in sugar, then eggs lie.We0eralyseHma Yes, Ben-Gay gives fas-t, welcome relief from pain and
shalroatia painsr eahs, dizziness, brown potatoes, jellied tomato as- anlluiixuevrp yson es, then He fillse in ad
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&Metlne frequent and scanty urine- pic, apricot strip pie, beverage. fuls on greased sheet and bake in when He does that, we have reached pa2 in-elivn agrentseth a eve do kenoth-anmfiv
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on ~ ~ ~ po fo five teefo on.I i h
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GD a toear. Are aace algrgsaerie paseo ingel bers by writing to her in care of Western "Do you know Him?" Well, do you? t1,11111111111
etdarow auce, grte and alk Newspaper Union, 210 South Desplaines If not, will you take Him S a ad a Street, Chicago 6, ill Please send a Saviour right now? Christian, wil
salad, pudding princess with stamped, self-addressed envelope for your you let Him fill your life? sieved, sweetened apricots. renle.
Released by Western Newspaper Usloh

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, February 23, 1945

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thing definite in mind to work for. tionist looks pretty but has little op- work."

fl --N As for the many others of you who portunity to learn the business from No one is going to push you up
will join the ranks of "working gals"whrshsistehllosucs.Yumy isa
come spring, it's high time you made The first job may bring in no fat good movie occasionally or have to your plans for the future. pay envelope. No matter. It's the pass up shopping at lunch time. But
Perhaps you think it will not make future you're concerned about. But it's going to be worth it. Should T H E J E F F E R S 0 N I A N much difference what you do so long whatever that first job, do it well, you find you aren't altar-bound after
as you have a pay check coming in Be prompt in reporting for work, all, you will have the best possible
regularly. Eventually you expect to friendly with your co-workers, and substitute for a husband and bore

P.T.A. Sponsors Parties STAFF Just ask Sarah Mae, girls. marry and have a home of your own. don't waste time. Don't be afraid of your own-a satisfying life's
PTA SpnosP risRumor has it that Carolyn is still;Most girls do. But "the best laidofdigsmtnghain'"yu wrk-ece,
Editor-in-Chief-Ava Ruth sawyer giving Va. Mcfntosh some stiff plans of mice and men," you know.___________________________Well, kids, at least we've got what Assistant Editor-Beverly Patterson competition. All's fair in love andBetter select your job thoughtfully, we wanted. Maybe the li'l party Society Editors-Nell Whittle, Mary war-we've heard. weighing carefully the chances for
sponsored by the Staff and all those Ann Clarke advancement.
articles really did have some effect. Class and Club Editor--Violet High- Most every job has chances for adAt any rate, the P.T.A. is going to tower vancement for those who see them
sponsor apryvrlssand are qualified. But advancementSea
tenaes parts every t oeefr Tpt-Btie BrdVrgnaM- Betty Stokely spent the week end seldom comes without wor king for it S a ed B a
'ten-agsh Lhet'jsalt ogetuhe Intosh, in Thomnasville, Ga., as the guest of adyusol esie o h o)
nhweCipculation Mgrs.-lRobert Lilton, Katherind Maxwell., you d khob.
Better elect ourAjoathougtfully

appreciate all this! There will be Betty Stokely Evelyn Blair spent last week end You have to have a spark of ambition
further notice concerning this later, Gossip Editor-Emmala Pate, Willie in Tallahassee. or you will gradually get into a stuso when completed, do come one, Gu oad- __ __ __p0r or rut and be a typist or clerk 5 i
come all! Love-Londtie id~~ the rest of your life. 5 9 i
Joke Editor-Eleanor Folsom. I ~aIIY Don't take the first jh Dbe ur nces. redfre
r nfered or the one that is easiest to accidents with sealed be
sponsorlaghasty oereaty, weeck to

tenIraih g Sally, get. You know the field you are in- tohget hOeer o lo
andI'm just wild about Harry. Mym wetote Rmv b ld lns,
therSponsor-Mrs. Baxter. only trouble is this: He never notic- ltri, ca ew
For most of the seniors, the nexti
three months will go by quite absen
swiftly. Some are prepared to face He m bte If you are interested in advertisthe outside world and to combat I wis to express my deepest er stops to talk. It's driving meing a selling job in a department the daily problems, while some are gratitude to those who voted for nuts- leant even get my lons, store might help you or a clerical
no.Shall I take arsenic or give it to position in an office that compiles 'East. South, West. Central
Great me in the past election for "Miss him? surveys of what people like to buy.
Agetnme ilg noteValentine." Although I had none Mournful Madgej Radio is an interesting field. If 10 aePaslai oo i
business world; others will take up of the necessary qualifications I do D you have ambitions to be an anvarious occupations, and still others appreciate your support. will go to college. Nevertheless, Either you should get a little
the kind of person we were in high Violet. more musical in your wildness about of the sort, take any kind of job V, Penn Sentinel
school, that's the kind we'll be inarsenic-aftr You can get in your nearest local shooltt'si thw kndwellbei PERSONALITIES all it would be lots of trouble to take radio station. It may not seem like M O O I
the outside world. MO OO L
_________it yourself, having to die and every- much of a job--perhaps just typing If we could meet our problems She's another one of those Per- thing or answering the telephone. But if
with a smile, take and accept de-I
wit asmle tkean acet e-sons. That is, she's small in stature ____you keep your ears and eyes open PENN9YLVARIA1 9
feat, we shall be able to do so later. !but mentally she has a great capac- Dear Soothing Sally, you will know the cost of time, all 2 Gal.
Some have gone into the armed I have been courting a certain about sponsors, etc. And if you can
forces to fight for and preserve the Although she is of the reticent junior boy lately, namely: Robert. ulay the piano, sing, have a good freedom and advantage of educa- Itpshe is held in high esteem by Seems like my older sister has step- speaking voice, sometime you will To keep your motor running
tion which we're so eager to acceptlonger, use this
tio wic w'r s ege t acet faculty and the student body. po in and is trying to take my get a chance to use your ability. quality oil. Pure paraffin base,
in a care-free manner. She is a good citizen at school place. What can I do to try to solve You'd like a job on a newspaper?
Some will never experience the and an excellent pupil. I'm sure it this situation. Write your local newspaper. Find
thrill of a graduation but once, and must be a pleasure to teach her. Desperate Jacquie F. out the editor's name. Write him a
are taking advantage of that op-IShe is tactful, pleasant and cour- Dear Desperate Jacquie, letter or call him for an appointportunity. iteous, to say nothing of being con- Nothing better than a good o1 meant. Tell him your hopes and am- *
Some are sleeping now but I im- siderate of others. All in all, she's family feud over Hook Green. I'll bitions, find out how many reporters agine June 1st will be a memorable I possessed with all the finer things bet it'll be lots of fun, he has and how the newspaper is 6-0 ston
date and a waking date to say the of life, which makes her dear to us run. Ask to be taken through the
least. as a senior and which makes it a AFTER GRADUATION-WHAT? !plant so you may see the various deWe're loo14ing forward to the joy to have her as a classmate. Mid-years past, you realize the apartments and how they are run. If
date in eager anticipation. Not outstanding in school affairs, school term is getting on. Time for you have done anything outstanding
eagers onl the school paper, mention it. GLASS CLEANEn pe
_ _socially, she. will in later year' you seniors to give a thought to the P o grp yi an nt es ngf ld IC A R WS
prove to be quite capable of adapt- type of work you will be doing after and good photographers are always I 0'r/-O. Can 4
Well, well, the seniors have tak- n h290 New, effectivewashing
en the traditional placement tests. graduation-and you are going to demand. A job filing pictures compound for removing
Had Wl, ut at nilal o May her afterlife be as well as graduate, every last one of you, I wolI egodeprec for yo.For home or car. Removes stubborn dirt and grease.
Hard ? Well, just wait until all you
under-classmen take them. You'll her school life has been and may hope! Work wt a loc pho op dirt quickly, easily! Not a soap!
mortally sweat and be cross-eyed for l Even if 'ou are going to college in w
TypstsBetile Bird, Virini Mc-, nyyo o'twn

weeks. ofethe autumn, you should have some-, to be just the receptionist. A recepIr a The best of luck, always. L
We're feeling right bright after all Last week's persopiality as Bev- "VICK* ~ '~ East, West. South
these things. Our play books are 'erly, better known as B. B. Patterhere, too. We're really coming on in sonW WAIT THEY ALL
this world. Just wait until you allB
are seniors. It's quite a gay life-O Jok Ed TorEenoosm.dr ou

SOne of the prominentEboysdiniour class, John Lloyd, has come down' Oulda, did you see John Glosson Leg or .hic. . SEAT C V R
with an illness. Friday nite?
Bobby( are you getting any res- .now, for April delivery. Only a few *'$.5adu
gratitude1 to.4 thos whuvtdpo

Just all of our men are leaving us. ponse from Nell? etare still available March Order
Now it is Bill Anderson. Seems that Lore no H., what does James Bird- ~, ~at Felix Johnston's Store or direct owr finest! High quality
he has fallen for the little white well write in his letters? GeorgeW. from~ Tom Gasefbi wt iuae
Valenither panels and cotrastBill Oglesby thinks Patsy Wright's ongeading. "Mooth nttiua appecat your support.,1.,30 r or

Our most honorable play cast is mighty cute-who doesn't?$1pe hnd d-1,30 orm e
planning a fishing trip. Ain't we Ee Pate, what's yo' trouble and gonna have fun! Bill's? smal Florida
Evelyn sho' did weep in the show reticent Clcel A FIRE T N Oe &OAT CSUPPLIDS
Ava Ruth Sawyer is now residing tSun. nite. Where were you, Tip? No U. S. Fla. Approved
Sewly purchased home on An- consolation. person street It must be nce to have a B. F.

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