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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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v.60 no.38 Aprl 13, 1945


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VOL60L No. 3. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1945 ____AEntertain Kiwanis Postal Receipts Stars To Hold Benefit Monticello Church Meeting Called Thursday for All

Members at School 10 Percent Above Supper Saturday Night Host At Session Of Interested in Frozen Food Plant

Cafeteria Luncheon .Ist Quarter 1944 The local chapter of the Order of Florida Presbytery
the Eastern Star will hold a benefitJef ro Se d Eih Ap lct nsorL k r,
supper at the Womans Club building
The Kiwanis Club fared SlrmP)- Postal receipts at the Monticello Saturday, April 14th. They will serve Tesprig meeting o h lrd e noA m dF re ilB ed o
tuously at the school cafeteria on post Office continue to increase and sr Presbytery was held in Monticello's
Wednesday, guests of Byron Hileman.'figures compiled by Postmaster Wil. and will continue serving iitil 10 historic First Presbyterian Church Signing
Mrs Ji Cok rceied ig priseJ. ullch how tht a10 ercnt clok.Tuesday and Wednesday of this week Eight men were inducted into their
Mrs. Jim Cook received high praise J ulclso htH1 ecn 14k
for the excellent food and service, gain was made in the first quarter of The Stars lost all of their equip- nisd ws andd bo th ur a des onth astdquo rom An cve cam p o s nu
President Bullock voiced the appre-'this year over the Same Period of meat, lodge emblems and furnishings mef ciation of a.11 the members and Mrs. last yea. in fire which destroyed the Masonic In North Florida. made to the selective service board others interested in renting locker
Cook responded with a bid for a Stamp sales and box rent during Temple last month. Money derived The Presbytery opened Tuesday r
return visit. She called attention to the quarter ending March 31, 1944 from the supper will be placed in a night with a sermon by the retiring locker plant to be constructed in Monthe need of more space for the caf were $4,61.75, while during the first fund to purchase new supplies, cello, will be undertaken at a specteria which she said is here to stay. quarter of this year the amount was Tickets, which are priced at 65 Milton, who chose for his theme Murray, Chesky King, Willie James ia, meeting to be held Thursday evePresident Bullock invited club$5,350.54 an increase of $488.68. cents, are on sale by all members or "Peter's Commission." After giv- clu members to visit the school "now in the historical background lead- ', James Jowell, Navy and James E. N. Step ons, county agent, and
or at any time" and he gave assur- year with the previous year show a ing to the crucifixion and resurrec- the Kiwanis Club, sponsors of the
once that the principal, the school geat increase in the business handi- tion. the minister pointed out that project, plant to publicize the meetboard and trustees -Would extend the ed through the local post office. Dur- Klimpson G given Key Christ's instructions to Peter and in, so that everyone may have on
same cordial welcome. ing 1943 the stamp sales and box rent 'His Other leaders "feed my Eep"raor For Opportunity to be present and sign
The club voted to furnish glasses amounted to $15,979.03, while during ApphointLments Onl are the same instructions given the ~rup for a locker. It is necessary to
to two underprivileged children. 1944 the figure had jumped to people today. State Census Now have 30 paid-i-advance locker rentA letter has been received from the'$19,038.09 all increase of $3,0.59.06. House Co m te s iThe communion service Tuesday A~l ners before the Project canl be underHolwo lbivtn h ot-IOnly stamp sales and box rents are I evening was presided over by Dr. R. At Work in County taken. Because time is essential and
Hollywood club inviting the Monticello Kiwanians to an all state inter- included in postal receipts by the de- Disproving his own statement, D. Daffin and Rev. A. L. McDuffie. club meeting on April 23rd "by re- apartment, which bases the rating of made in the pre-session caucus i Wednesday morning and after- W. M. Scruggs and a staff of six strutted in time to'take care of late
mote control." a post office onl these receipts. How- Tallahassee last week, that "nothing non were given over to the busi- assistants aire at work in Jefferson summer and early winter products,
Julius Goldberg announced a scrap ever, the amount handled through is more Ex than an Ex-speaker Of ness sessions, reports and committee county, taking the 1945 state Census. Mr. Stephens says "It will be a case paper drive by the colored Boy mnyodrslsi loa nia ffrtcmfrtsrei sin
pape drie b the colred oy oneyordr saes s alo a indca-the house," Jefferson county's repre- mreetings of the Presbytery. Wed- Funds for the census were appro-ofirtcmistevdnasgn Scouts on April 23rd. Place yourition of the general business of a tentative and ex-speaker, Richard nesday night, the moderator, Rev. C. printed as one of the first acts of ing locker space."
bunlesin rot o tiehoue. comunty ndthee sle alo i- Simpson, holds the most important U. Lech of DeFInhiak Springs, the 1945 legislature and work was The Kiwanis committee, E. N.
Julius also suggested that this creased greatly during the first quar- appointments in that body today. preached the closing sermon on begun almost immediately. Stephens, w. J. Bullock, Stuart
bude ine frontoshi of the housen.imsn L ,MorsHnyMaly
city make a bid for the proposediter this year. Postmaster Bulloch Mr. Simpson is chairman of the!" Mr Scruggs is at work in the
North Florida Veterans Hospital. sy h oa fiesl 2549
rtarfl committee on rule and cal- the World." town of Monticello and has under- Bill Hawkins, John Summitt and DavStuart Simpson announced that in money orders during the first endar and vice-chairman of the corn- Rev. John A. McMurry from the taken to enumerate everyone in idWnare-tls we-dwt
the County Council has purchased a'qatro atya.I h ure npe
theCoutyCouci ha puchseda uarer f astyer. n te uarermittee onl finance and taxation. The Presbytery of Winston-Salem, N. C. cincts 5 and 6. County workers and Philip S. Cole, representing Bush Insupply of pup tents for the use of just ended the money order sales rules committee is considered the was received into Florida Presbytery their precincts are as follows: sulation Co., and made plans for the
the local Boy Scout troup. were $31,400.12 shlowing an increase most important commiuttee, with fi and prepairations were made for his Mrs. Ruby Reichert, precincts 2 campaign, which b4 following that
Narbo Stephens reported for the of $3,895.19, or 14 percent. nance and taxation ranking next. 'installation in Panama City. used successfully
committee on the quick freezing -Mr. Simpson is also a member of' A feature of the Wednesday even- Mrs. Oliver Scruggs, precinct 8 and localities. Walter J. Shealey, animal
plant and announced a big rally to, the following committees: conatitu- ing service was the history of the parts of 2 and 7. husbandryman of the agricultural
which the general public is ivited. bureau Re orts tienal amendments, cities and towns, Monticello Church which was given extension service, of Gainesville, also
It will be held at the courthouse on:
Thursday i jia "C pub- c. G. Royal, precinct 11 and part local committee with their plans.
project will be fully explained. lic health and state Publicity. church from its early founding, at a of 7.
After the luncheon the club en-; Jefferson' county users purchased As a member of the citizens corn- J. F. Colson, precinct 10.
joyed a short picture show in the;232.8 tons of fertilizer materials du~r- mittee. onl education, Representative -- The state census is takenec e next Thursday, and will show a mojoyedn picture filmuwhichohasnbeen
school auditorium. lgtemnho erayad.dat oanec e
schol aditoium ingthemont ofFebraryand1212.7 Simpson wa~s instrumental ini drft TA Ma igPlans To Years. The enumerators are particu- made aituone fl t ihe ozbenfolce
tons of mixed fertilizers during the lag the new school program to w hich Maiglarly anxious to list every person re-maetonofherznfodlcr
Fir Mo da Niht same month, it is reported in the he has devoted most of his time since HodM yD yFestival siding inl Jefferson county. They are ilnt orderubeterb acquaint a yh
tre monthly summary of the inspection the legislatJ.e opened. Recogized making an effort to contact each attrtdin t'se eeralide and
bureau state department of as one of the most pressing and diffi- The April meeting of the Parent household by April 20th, and request
In M~lartin's Office Iagriculture. cult problems facving the legiltutre Tea0cr Assw-tatron was held Tues- any that have not been listed by that atlworkings of the Plant. Locker

ex igus e byat theil e locals fire de-ar h .r v m in fa pi ai n il e o a d a h
the state school day afternoon ith the president, date to drop a card to any of those

restin ofl the builing lit rt cug
E. G. Claton who for t allof-cwishtoa
troyed the contents of T. J. Martin's 85,060.1 ens o fmxed fertilizers. days of the session and it appears meeting opened with the Lord's phone 146R, Monticello.
real estate office in the Perkins During February gasoline sales in that the program will be completed Prayer, followed by group singing of Since it will be another decade be- onungsa's tele retineadvance Building Monday evening, but was IJefferson county totalled 114,966 gal- this week. God Bless America. fore a similar census will be taken, oth mea nds lcorntc ill badpneextinguished by the local fire de-lens, while 24,481 gallons of kerosene A staff writer for the Tthepa Dail M Cst e ine n t Farme and

room. The alarmin wassn turnedm in andgd htteulccoprt
partment before it spread into the were sold here. Times wrote in h is "Tallahassee chiran inrdue Ms Vacwihte nu rtoworalz M ecnt Ban Mtellorend

rethe f trc wasldong th scenean within r.Vne ihteenmrtr, h elzeMnielo edn
reState totals were 26,873,144 gallons Backstage" columun:nd
E. G. Clayton, who shares the of- of gasoline and 7,879,381 gallons of "Representative Simpson hlas been Harris, whor was inaftrgeoof the. thymymissmofmle n hiaculoein fte opee
flee with Mr. Martin, was at a near- kerosene, the dominant figue in the House plant.

plyrri ofv wate inerstn thek prsuenako
by service station when a youngster _____________thus far. Hle calls himself a farmer HaRris gave aninrsting talkess n- After the 300 locker applications

"Mainethtmstck uccssane boysPa erCelecionhaedeensinedanftremne
pointed out smoke coming from the S does not look it. Back home in failure."
room h The alarm was turned in a Sonticello, he also is in the seed anet i placed in escrow, application will be
the truck was on the scene within, Best steers & heifers ---10 to 16.00 nursery business. Mrs. Ophelia Wells, niew home dem- DaeI.e A rl2r made to the government by the Bush

longingsand papers were lostdce innth
thre, minutes after the alarm sound- Medium steers & heifers 8 to 10.00 "Here, the 40-year-old partly bald, I Insulaon company, for approvals,
ed. Best cows 9 to 14.00 partly gray, smartly dregged speaker welcomed to Monticello by the PTA. A general collection of waste paper and priorities to build the plant. The
Boy Scouts did a fine piece of work Medium & common cows 6 to 9.00 (Continued on page 7) Plans for the May Day were dis- will be made in Monticello by the company has already requested govscussed at the business session. The colored Boy Scout Troop, under the eanient agencies to try to grant and ot athril 'rom ormig a. .8 a 13ercent
bucket briade. By kepingiasup Caldes. in.the. first. oquarterHaf

Cou festival will be held Tuesday, May st leadership of Mitchell Scott, Scout- these approvals to avail the plant for
plyofwaerinth pesur tnkonNo. 1 hogs 14.25. Council at 330'l o'clock, onl the grounds he- master, on Monday April 23rd. use in late summer vgtbe n
S ta m p th e a n d b o x a n d d u rin g sc o o A l old n e s p p e s m a n e c f me M le a d
the truck the boys enabled the fire- No. 2 hogs.14.25
shoudele$ted861budle5andplaedldepndiniupg tetfialfavrabl

men ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e tn toplOunh iewtotwi-N.3 os ------ 42 Tuesday buildings. hudb idi ude n lcd dpniguo h ia aoal
men t putout hefrewthou qwa r-tNo o thogs. year.the.amount.14.s

lag to hook the big hose to the water No. 4 hogs.14.10 -Acommittee was named to select fin front of the house, on steps or side- outcome of our national emergencies
offces350.5e4omng ea.,nanl inctoaidinthscllctondrve$(Cntnud.n68g.5

main. Office equipment, personal be- No. 5 hogs .14.05 Mrs John Shuman, president of lastrs fvr be conceat the May
longings and papers were lost fin the Light No. 5 hogs. -._13.20 the County Council of Home Dem- ainwlbecdutdtthMy fire, which virtually destroyed every- Roughs .8 to 13.50 onstration clubs presided at the April meeting. thing in the room. Feeder pigs.-8 to 15.00 meeting held Tuesday in the Womans The fifth grade, Mrs. Harris, teach -~
yerer, won the attendance prize, having wajor Bassett W rites of Attitude
great incre ase building. 10 mothers present.
ingod h Of Civilians inOccupied Germany
amunerton $15,99.03 while adringfrte onycanncne

Seri ceU C olu m n11 Girls fin Service, pdyfrtecut ann.etr'' w esi been in Germany with the Ninth starting to bring up bridging materwas planned, to have it in readiness, Under iNew Ow esi Army since the first Americans pierc- ils the structure was completed and
14for work. ed the Nazi homeland, has written a Caesar and his army crossed the
S ic s oMrs. Ophelia Wells, new home Mildred's Rstaurat has been very interesting letter describing his Rhine. It is hard to conceive that
pro lmoted fro i Capta to s then g serstin akey est and ort ens. demonstration agent, requested alls part ent whic base theret r ratin ofd e x ein e n t e o nr f t e2 0 er a o 'ah a niutr

pof e Ma o m Caint the Pair a nHe s Hieeis thin of rs.nFr MinnerLe who have pressure cookers which are 1 S. Branley to Mr's. T. B. Platt and enemy. Major Bassett, who was a feat could be accomplished in such ow sat one the iicaet.Heans! Glas n the late Talto. nutinLe owned by the department, to turn Mrs. A. M. Faglie, who assumed state director of 4-H clubs before en- a short while. And if I remember my
Eawstinedh etelad Glass ofd Motie llo. alo Asi them in at once so the gauges may ownership and management of the tering the Army, has participated in Latin correctly, the bridge was built
Fast Indies. G~~a pst offc Mon thselo reeits How- n llp t i l erf r b sn sti ek

Mrs. Maige, knowing her son's pr- V__ ecekdadalptiire o uiesti ek every European invasion except Italy. in such a Way that the swift current
motion~~~~~~~~~ to_ th-e akhdbe o- Ms elt .Adro a e canning. Many are known to have, The new owners have changed the Because of the nature of his assign- served to tighten and strengthen the
ev defective gauges. name of the restaurant ad are mets he has been given an insight structure rather than weaken it. The
ommended, bought a pair, of oak ceived word that her husband has The chairman of the war service operating under the name of "Jef- into the German people's lives and surface of the bridge was even coyleaves, the insignia of a major's rank, been promoted to the rank of major. Committee in each club will be inIifersonian Restaurant." he is able to interpret that in a -ered with gravel and dirt. When I in Tallahassee a short time ago and' Major Anderson is somewhere in charge of collecting clothing for re- manner that is very enlightening,
mailed them to him. She had heard Germany. habitation work in Europe.
that sometimes officers were unable I -V .N tpescut gn talk- Notes OnWork Among Dated March 25, the latest letterithe day would ever come when I
tE N. Stphr insunty ae a- Ocn received by his father, W. W. Bassett would cross the same river on
togt hirisina nfa ffpacs Mr .and Mrs. C. J. Reams of La- (Cctiriued oil page 6) Cont' Negro Farms of Monticello ,reads: bridge constructed under similar elmThe package with the oak leaves ar- mat have received a cable from their
rived three hours after Captain Mame son, C. e. Jr., from a hospital in "For most people the words "Rivero rtderany sti wed the ll ha
wa otfedo isnw1ak Fraince. He stated that he had been P sp e L ginIom The negro farmer's one-acre corn Rhine" conjure up a picture of bluethswrayimson ewllav
Ms. S.ife Rf hsnte rivan noteon alongn line. Mr .adMs em aeSl eas fContest in Jefferson county will walers, high banks, fairy castles andtobidaltfbrdgs ndhe
Vqare of las year. In the quarter d he

wounded in action but was getting will have to stay in longer than the

from her son, Virgil, who has been also had a similar message from the have signed to participate in the Con- have found that the Rhine, like most about two weeks. During that time
recovering from his third wound in a 'war department. Dr. J, F. Conklin, commander of test. Florida W1 Hybrid seed corn great rivers, flows through many he established his fame on the east
hospital in France that he is getting v the Legion Post, asks The News to is recommended with at least 200 types Of country and although in
along fine. He expects to he sent Joseph S. Reams of Greenville, was state that the sale of the Legion pounds of a fertilizer that will ana- spots it is quite beautiful, as a great desroeni reoiderhchh hack to rejoin his Outfit soon. Virgil wounded in action onl March 12th and Home which had bestfonxtlyze a 3-9-3 per acre at time of commercial waterway it is often, wud hise bridge.lyuaotwa
wrote that he had niot been any place is in ain army hospital in France ,suf- Monday has been postpone unti a__, planting corn. However, farmers marred by the usual signs of indus- I wol. iet elyuao4wa long enough to have his hat hung up fering from shock and concussion, later, date. may use -their own knowledge and trial activity. The Rhine, like other Is going on right now but that will
for quite a tirrme, and his address has _V Because the minute book of the I farm experience in the contest, but attractions of Europe I have seen,' is Ihave to wait. Twill say however that
changed every few weeks but he William Shepherd, formerly man- Legion Post was destroyed by fire must keep record of performance. far, surpassed by similar beauty spots Ithings are going mighty well and
hopes it will settle down now. Hie 'ager of the tung crusher plant at Monday night, the records of the The contest is county-wide and prizes we have fin America. But in peace every soldier's morale is at a peak,
Jeffrso count usersrs purchased nte80 ie f h ecueal fu ee htthsi h

says "All I know is that2 I am still Capps, writes friends here that he is Post authorizing the sale of the prop- will be awa in. the Ut. S. Army and] will still do leaving for Saipan and the general erty were lost. 'The Post has been' nounces Miles Edward Groover, local Rhine from th North Sea to Reich- Ilast big fight we will have before the ing th month of Febuar and 1212.7fhewr.Le'

as they say." Southwest Pacific. Shepherd is an advised by attorneys that thereteegro county agent, man in Switzerland could
v_ agronomist and in a civil service pos- should be a record of the meeting, Following in her father's footsteps, interesting experience. hope so anyway.
Dan Burkett Glass has been pro- ition will undertake the growing of authorizing the sale and another ap- Doris Groover Herring, daughter of "Being a part of an a he more I see of Gerny the
metled from CM 3/c to CM 2/c, alvegetables on a large scale in the proving that action before the sale the Jefferson county agent, is negro making a crossing of the Rhine re- more modern it seems to be. Inl the petty officer second class rating, in islands of the Pacific, so that our canl be held. This will protect the home demonstration agent for Jack- minds me of the first recorded cross-;better homes I have found all the the South Pacific where he has been 'boys overthere may have fresh pro- buyer of the property in case a quevs-, son county. Doiis recently sent some log of this river by an army. I've! conveniences we enjoy fin America. serving with the Navy SeaBees frt a duce. tion ever arose concerning the sale. of the canned snap beans she has forgotten which of Caesar's CommFn-elEvidently these conveniences wer
two years. He received his boot train- _V It will probably require a month to prepared to the Dixie hotel in Monti- tries told of this, but it must have Irelatively expensive before and during at William and Mary College, Captain Hampton Miller has been get the records in proper shape, and cello. While in Monticello Doris been Book III or TV, probably IV. log the war because few electrical
Camp Peary, Virginia and Davisville, awarded the Bronze Star Medal for further announcement will be made was a 4-H club girl and won county, Anyway, Caesar decided to cross and appliancese, modern bath rooms and H. I. He graduated from the Monti- meritorious service with the U. S. of the Legion plans as they are com- state and national Prizes in canning he didn't deem it worthy of eitheradthe like can be found in th more
cello High School and before entering (Continued on page 5) pleted. and with livestock and poultry. himself or the Roman people to make (Continued on page 5)

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 13, 1945

Ruin of War Makiing Delayed Visit to Germany How to Cut and
Make Door Pocket

7:15~ ~ a. m. (CT)7:17.7.(ET
H ERE is extra closet space-a
place for shoes, whisk broom,
hat brush and other odds and
8:15ends including laundry. All you 1 nee toy make this door pocket is
You2 Fedtes of 36-inch-wide chintz, 8
Notes of an Innocent Bystander.: 4" .4,


Large BottlelMelletunnforoerSmalleSize 60
dent is a great executive, Mellett wnel fo f doctorushe is never too busy rel

to~sad excesss acdt;nnh rn
relifto workf u Add towns you should bLd
:15a. (CWT): 8:15m.m. (EWT) be glad you didn't name: RiOOT I
1k15a.m.(CWT):9:15a.m.(EWT) Sun, Ind. John B. Kennedy, o
acts C t the news commentator, says now te k
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bya prmoin thei flowner of urine This pureT
here got their own newspaper-the
nex thng heyll probably demand k",&',:>j~
wiledbe pensions!
SudnThawt Say! Could -f HOOK TO DOOR

of ~ ~ ~ ~ h 16r hebreotsqegtblseblamtr
the wrm dertee's rerqe a It yards of bias binding, 6 bone or
solutey ne plastic rings and 6 cup hooks.
FO IO CE N AR F move to offset the war's inerV .
feec wihtebit ae First, cut a strip 8 inches wide
RHEUMATISM e i t When one night clubman from one side of the entire length
NEUR1ITIS- LUMBAGO griped about "his investments" ~ ~of fabric; then cut this crosswise
a newspaperman said: "This Is in three equal parts to make the
Thke thousands ofpothersoncu'lliberglad
everyone and everything. Sd ne an a s t
is your part in the war-to sacri- __ ;. 'i >inches long. Cut the laundry pockfle more than others. For some et 18 inches deep, 28 inches wide.
people the war means to go The result of the Allied bombardment of Cologne, Germany, is shown by photograph at right Bonn, the
Large RottlelIn ues nV19- Smiall Size 60c blind. For others-to go broke. birthplace of Beethoven, also meets the fate of other German cities, as shown at left, as American troops NOTE-The door pocket shown here to 4- CAUTION: USE ONLI AS 11BECIED fs Which would you rather?" advance through the city. Inset shows the bombed Adolf Hitler bridge across the Rhine at Uerdingen, Ger- from Book 4 of the series offered with at ACO DRS STiRES i BY MA n retof prk. many indicate that all cities in of Allies are in rums, these articles. This book contains more
ORNIL BRIG CO., lie. JAC301ILLE 4, FLOMIDA Congressman Dickstein aimed a eprsat adncgco ltethan 30 other ideas for things to make for
your house and for gifts and bazaars. To
welldesrvedblat a Ranin.Theget a copy of Book 4, enclose 15 cents with
chip on Congressman Rankin es name and address direct to:
FL S IN YU IE shoulder-is a cinder in the public Poi emen AttendShooltoecome_________Ai
Benefit wdrfull from famous eye. . The Allied War Crimes MRS RUTH WYETH SEARS
h o.commission announced that Hitler r . e New.or
doctor's discovery that relieves company would be tried for Befr Drawer Ne10r
bakah, u-down feeling due their war crimes. It is about thie! Enloe a ensfr 1okNo4

Irritabe, deresse moods areos often fr oko.4
toaexcs tTo repeat a query: But what is
ecaholding up the trial of Hess
People everywhere are finding aemng vaAr

-act ifernt. PrelyAegetbles
relief from painful symptoms of bladder
irritation caused by excess acidity in the Sec'y of Commerce H. Wallace uorine. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT wilbnae "MnothYarV
acts fast on the kidneys to ease discomfort l b bgy pntin the flow of NRie. This pure by the Churchman at its annual ban herbal merdicine is especially welcome quet Wi.lki and~' Bauhween wher bladder irritation due to excess qn
rights A carefully blended combination
of i herbs, roots, vegetables, balsam Dr
Klfer'sctai s nothing hash, is b What we'd appreciate learning D E P A RTM ENT
stutely non-abit forming. Just good in from Justice Byrnes is what he gKediet that many people say hae ao
marvelos effec DESIGNING
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY ington, D. C., stay-up-late joint
Like thousands of others you'll be glad Pan enerde aor yp d.end
that which (at st reports) remains
Department A, Kilmer At Co., Inc., Box ope al.igt . Tha Toed photo and details. Satisfaction guaranteed.
a2 tamod once. Alle drgitelimptd Root, theatre manager who kept open poDg 19 unt, San Antonio. Texas.

at l rs on isotig time-Rtee
all night, too, what about him? am McieyWne

Dr.Porter'sMntiseptic il.Kee Can't he be drafted to help pick
Sup the wounded and dead? binaede new John-Deere ComNoteswith motor, grain tank. $25
SIGNOFAewill be paid to person furnishing infor.
hGeneral Pat etor e that will ead to purchase of same. Earl
to FDRtwas seoh the rgesidCampeeli, 132 W. Front St., Napoleon, 0.
bes gldin yo didntiname Rihis

staff officers when the telephone <~ ~ MISCELLANEOUS
rang. . Thinking it was a friend,
thao, be Yor own boss. Over 100 practical wire inquired, "Hello, is that you- plans. Enclose stamp for free literature.
yourelrain old sonovbee? yoVQ Bay & Sons, Distr. Box 1184, Lockhart Fia.
nextd thin the'lprbbl emn

Undisturbed, Patton looked around
Sudden~ Thawt Say!Coul

the room and then spoke into the
moves toac offset the war's. inter-an

of the police force of Nassau county, New York, who have been indoctrinated as obstetricians by the public amaze Your. loved ones. Send picture or ferenc with the birt rate?.0 or1

wives will he come Strange Bedfellows: John L. Lew- health nurses. Now they know just when and how to drop the argyrol into the new-born's eyes, how to keep color tene. HTTIOO S
hm tois, Sewell Avery and Fiorello La the infant from strangulation, how to handle the umbilical cord problem. PHSaxAM
home~ .o .e WhenA onegton nigh cluma

00Guardia Americans who dlefied ________________________________________________Mrs."Gay"or Mrs."Ggum"? their government during the war. POULTRY FORSALE
O ne wag recently remarked:
"Now that the war de't has steed Wild Geese, Ducks, Petowl, Pheasants, Pe P Fancy Pigeons. Prices free, Will buy surinto the curfew controversy the pius stock. Jewel Game Farm, Danvilgeo Ill.
relatewell-deservediblastna Rankin Ther's7

relte t cnstpaio. akeNaur'~ Little Flower of New York hasn't a V __________Remedy (NR Tablets). Contains ira
shpooler-i ainde in. Tea publi
chemicalseye .o .ieas .o The Allie War CrimesBods

cheiclsnomierasno heol Miami Beach: "What those maga- row,______________derivatives. NR Tablets are different zine (wihrpe'iaiBahe.~
-act different, Purely vageable-a zi whc ape imiBah combination of 10 vegetable ingre neglected to add was that since Der *2
ats formulated over c p years ago. member 7, 1941, Miami Beach grace
Unctheir war crimes Itaed isei abou time

fully cooperated with a midnight
action is dependable, thorough, ye curfew. But it was your mayor who m gentle, as milons of NR's have was first to violate it. Have you any proved. Get a 250 box today. or. comn.omk.bu ht.4 ~ 'tt _Cautin: Tae ony ashireotd.d.
has comnoae about thfa ash
largigton D.oom si., stay-up-latejoint

lagertonTakoy sdiecti Taking the words out of our mayor's mouth, he once confessed thepi
upthawuned an desada 'K

ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE eat"Imk amsak-tsa00
G en General Eisenhoe vis-0
teParis after its liberation, he 0 'l '
wa ding a meinpwitehi

san several officers inpetedhone wA a h friendco0
L NS-Ate, voienaher otered of the0

________________ rail and viewed the city. . WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel
ONE WORD SUGGETO After a silence of several min- punk as the dickens, brings on stomachl
e aide said: "A upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort,
FOR ACID INDIGESTION- ue anpnyV> take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine
for your thoughts, general." vabee?" to yllto
dEise n h o w e r v isib ly im p re s se d a r or du n dh elp riou ereen bright an
turned and said: "Isn't this e
phonef"Whice to hang Adolf?" DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful seyowan" laxative contained in good old Syrup
Strange Befelos John L. Lew-ytotae

ie s, ory ithgaeetatn MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparamotor cars may he nameless (after tion in prescriptions to make the mediV-E Day) appeared here on July10, ci more palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure your laxative is conI ~ I 1944. Mr. Krug is quoted as saying Atore Erni .~ 2~ ,V.V~V .'ben ndamedn as cieftensyupPpsn
"it is very possible." Draft burgh, who has INSIST ON DR. CALDWELLS-the faboards have been instructed to order The original bridge shown in upper photograph was demolished by counsel for the house committee on vorite of millions for 50 years, and feel
all "swishes" (-now classified 4-F) bombers of the U. S. army 10th air force since the Japs captured Burma un-American activities. He former- that wholesome relief from constipainto defense factories as file clerks, road in 1942. Pontoon bridge is erected as the Allied offensive nears the ly practiced law in New York City. tion. Even finicky children love it.
etc. Some Broadway musical shows key Japanese supply terminus of the road. Lower, shows trucks cross- Adamson will assume his new duties CAUTION Use only as directed.
will suffer most. ing pontoon bridge spanning Rhine river, immediately, on part time basis.

Before Bis death A. Woolcott as- R U S
signed his royalties from the sales Big Top Will Soon Be in Town Lloyd George Dead
of his book, "As You Were," to care
for seamen throughout the world. To CONTAINED IN
date United Seamencs serviss re- .A .A.IV E
ceived $10,778 from the late author's
10 royalties. . Lt. Roland Fill (he WN 44
was Archbishop Spellman's sec'y in
Algiers) is the first G.i to run for
public office. Has a good chance to
t0 be elected mayor of Minneapolis,
pals report. He went overseas as a
promoted him with bars made from . Mo r
With Cuts, Burns, Saddle Sores! Spain cans because no lieutenant V~Kidney Action
bars were available in the field. modem life wth it hurry and wrry,
Vne IIoswr as nierreglar habits, improper eating sod
I infection work f "A. pennys
stock as well as human beings. Rcnlwementioned tht h dikg-t y risko xornd nfec-r
Keep your eye peeled fon minor macnpoywe drveifta the '. ,V >tionrows. hey stai o be ork.
war mnoedrvinNewark was o-ethed idny.Tearaptobcm
cuts, burns, Saddleorcollar a big flop. . We got our data
galls, bruises and Elesh wounds. from the war department, a pretty you may sffer naggsi backache,
Smart stockmen have relied for good source, don't you think? a leg pis, weling U nstntl
wo Ndewrfl tired, nervous, all worn out. Other signs
Dr.Porter's AntisepticTOil. Keep papers (and the mayor zeof kidney bladder disordr are somemot o time burning, scanty or too n mequ (af
it on hnd for emergencies and t o th re
urinatMg e.
rit Try Dean's Pill. Dey's help the
tim bl as dc nh t do' Y o wo Sov noh ingt! New Yo ork

giveinfectiona chance!At your papers confirmed it (many weeks David Lloyd George, 82, Britain's kidn. ey oasof hamrmfula excl bod
druint defense fa toie asli file,- clerksom

gist's. later) as usual. wa You probably Things are looking up for the big shows as pretty Juanita Deisler leader in World War I, died recent- mended by gratefs hers evrywhere.
heard of the Boston blueblood who and Paul Jerome relax for a moment between rehearsals on the flying ly at his home in Wales. He was Ak s. nighbor!
saw "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" trapeze The circus begins its annual sprngtme engagement at Madison former prime minister of England
and then told friends that it was a square Garden, and after May 20, Ringlsg Bros. and Barnum & Bailey 54 years in Commons, and recently
story "about American peasantsyI .ciatae a tour of cities of America became anl earl.ums

The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla. Friday, April 13, 1945

a, Ga''tIiI-:~irlf-~ ec~t ~rse xs an omach cnap f of t
B e l l T Reieed en minute or double money back

THE STORYTHUS FAR The Amei- And te MajorsaidaquickydtoeThibhurt.dohotisaths Mayor? can ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~s troop arrve atllsl Adnwt ao CpanPri n nls."ret Blac h otro nhns
t ~~~~~~~ ~~ ~ 'u p rj c e oeror tints rgeofsherg him Puvishwthsgagthtmamuhmoehoetihnsh
tpy.recrbe the wadesttermtie inedlea known fhf M
leli a thed fl kind o this Cap- Anred the form es Mtaosyo si "Yesa
amongthepeople.H wantedtosJactret, short sleeves, 1% Yards; 3o r yards doubsoetingfoor a oncet o btt
i o hn ers sio rae to trim, toyan. ThsMat"aatdrug
Due to an unusually large demand anderto nth t ae tot i bot H is o d r l "t de k w tul "T e is n
foo and water, dp current war conditions, slightly more tm THE STORY THUS FAR The Amel. And the Major said quickly to This hurt Who is this Mayor" s q u lln odern fora f
can troops arrived at Adore, with Major Captain Purvis in English. "Arrest "Bellanca the Notari, an honest Sergeant Bth as ficn chargeecr. SEIN CIRCe PATENDETsfe
quarters the cat in chargers g eby him, Purvis, show this gang that man, thaoo es gean
ty. The Major was determined to rer you're anyway? hey frme stood 530 South Wells St. Chicago
Place the town bell stolen by the Nazis, This was the kind of thing Cap- And the former Mayor said: "Yes, Enclose 25 cents in coins for each COU
and In other ways to build confidence tain Purvis enjoyed, and as he Bellanca is honest. But surely you' pattern desired. ?u? s
among the people. He wanted to start clapped his hand heavily on Mayor have something for Nasta to do? I Pattern No.Size.aree f
the fishermen out again and arranged Nasta's shoulder he shouted: "I would accept something less than with Liut. Livingston, senior naval offi t wish I understood Eyetalian. This Mayor." Nasta rubbed the wood of For ough and throat stations result oe ten the a crs to ter but itthe is wonderful." the desk wistfully. "There is not Address .
soad ate dsi to ten tor the rsoon The crowd broke up slowly, mum- much left of the old Nasta," he said. ad arin thty tebcats e from of bling its protests at being deprived "I would accept something less than

Roera he didn' know thet Itaia for: "You mentatNsafa e
the city. Capt. Purvis reported to head. of revenge. Mayor." Quite Obviously That
quarters the cart orders given by the Purvis said: "Who is this little Major Joppolo's eyes grew anMajor, by sending off the delayed letter squirt, anyway? They sure hate gry. He stood up abruptly "Oh pro to headquarters, him, don't they?" you would, would you? Yes, I have
Major Joppolo said: "He's the something for you to do. You are Toi aon a subhban wra
LhAPteR X one who used to be Mayor." to report every morning to Ser- o Really soothing because they're
usualX"Oh, he is, is he? Well, according geant Borth of the American Army.
eto what Borth says, they've got ple- You will find him in the Fascio. a hillside a building which said hi Plea bedec geee with meoF
But the noisen oti grew, and.Ant Thtover its archway "Hall of Re- al it minute soothing treatment

Aemto ac ml ther thereeasoty wof radsonc tored him. Ayor work Thti l o aeto doec ebac"teBiihprs ha ece l h a n.e
some idlers in the place, hut they Captain kicked Mayor Nasta in the day. But see that you do it, Nas- for remyoatouiu With usua that row he al tie wy o bo.
just came in to listen to the noon seat of the pants simply because ta, or you will be put in jail." h and six-thirty broadcasts from he didn't know the Italian for: "You mean that Nasta has be- curiosity, one of them went in to against t people.of
Rome. s ewuse te saw Mayo N A osee what it was.
On the day that Mayor Nasta "ayor a somete bscen emak ascomo proatior?" Moments later, he came flying
came down from the hills, Major within as awhioin. l rhe out. To the other's question as
Joppolo and Captain Purvis had just ian: "What are you going to do pratic boutg eople ond rofi'
finished their pasta and were talk- with m ae If you are going to kill tion? That is very genteel of you, to reie

Nast. Se though beave you pus- '
ing about the stuffy Navy fellow, me, please tell me first. Don't mnts wer mhoreh ingenoupsthn 2-2 "Drnpled:i nw akdi
Livingston, when they heard an un- shoot me from behind." and ther wer a lh of peole in
usual noise out in the street. There What Major Joppolo did with May- that." were shouts of anger, and whistles, or Nasta was to take him up to his "Pes egnru ihm, upraktblack standing around a pit from
This is "Pleasha they sa: ohmee which flames seemed to be
But the noise outside grew, and office, Everyone, even little Zito Natw adePeaegv esm VERSATILE and a well-loved coming. Some of them were weep- KEEP in plauce. Tarme that unruly

Uptewetrofterteek oruto deo.t" syei h uprjce.Frlo.Adlsr.Ke
seemed to be coming up the street. who had once worked for Mayor ar so you stannin ge and sor lag. All I said before I got thrown YOUR hair well groomed with
And soon several of the idlers who Nasta, even D'Arpna, the weasel-like Fnofr. e cims yo serget wer t .co ar. Lar
had been listening to the radio in vice mayor who had once worked expect? an atracvae fls as cooin?' HAir Sol evr e

grew still louder the two women disgust when they saw Mayor Nas- Adano, You deserve to be shot out- outfit for street wear.
picked up handfuls of fruit and ran ta, and some made obscene remarks right, without a trial. You certain o l, h hiswithin his hearing. ly never would give a fair trial, unt a opnr o e b t oche his wh e less it brought you som e kind of i 16. i, 0; 40 and 42. size 4
the wne of he laceandhis ife Whenwor pased roun2th1Pa, ambein1moe thn0gn-4dessnreqire.2%Sardeof14-ichTfbri;DTI ED A CH
and son ran out with their mouths lazzo that Mayor Nasta was ba profit.the
full of pasta and eggplant. bous. I am putting you on proba.
Finally l tion. See that you behave, you Fas"Let's go see what it is." So he Macist Nasta was obsequious now. M U S C L ES____and Captain Purvis ran out too wes, ute Mjor," he ared.
wisthanei apins the il mghtbes. tWhat did you say was the name
This is what they saw:ofteAeiaofcrtow mI
Up the center of the street a for- mut r epot? geom I ,
cro looking man walked. He was "His nam is Borth, and he is
very short, and rather heavy-set, ntaofie.H Isaerat.IjuThmet yofrinPhi

ting its derision. The deiso wasreat
ten ctimes louere dthanwd ohr-Hs" utmtyu redPi
hYou are not worth an officer, Nasshoes were covered with dust. His ta. Topper, and he had a pinched
hind thseiry c d dr theylook." 1e as eir ngu a u he Mwaler Yes, Mister Major.s aoWhat was wrong?
sl oly havne irn s inhevy hesre, This is how it happened that May- "Oh, he was walking between NEED THIS UMMNN 411'
ane or Nasta reported once every morndowur, and this puihns wereo in w oiemn""ET RAMN"
u n th w a eing to Sergeant Borth at the Fas
nez spectacles balanced on his big tilcio. Because four or five people MuDon-t let muscular aches and palnig
s followed the Mayor everywhere he sprains and strains getyou down Just p
Behind the man, keeping a safe "The Old army discipline can sure

Butn they als shouted:y "The mur-ed
derernc a as go he s tck mto t sceer odr ih tew me. nV sLnm n adfe hslgtig
there was a small audience on hand fast "heat treatment" penetrate some dynamite in him, a large the next morning when he reported :How do you figure that?" Isanltobngoulriu
crowd walked, shouting and whis- to SergeanttBorhyforftheofirs time.A"WelIsfterlmytwifeijineduthe WAcu
Mayor Sren Bcomfort and relief tling its derision. The derision was 4' The audience enjoyed what it saw she wore the same hat for twBeas
ten times louder than it would otherwise have been because this was as kind of meatider inetBohw
the first time the people of Adano thoughtth oleras a jo A debate was overheard between
had ever been able to express their '"theh tterwe N aast stpe ioke some men as to whether it was TrdAching'Muscles Sprains
feelings toward this man, Even be- The Med ois, ea ed cheaper to move or pay rent.
hind their own closed doors they his "Bla-esp and hemer! "e"renwil Opinion being about equally Joints Strains Bruises

crod, anld they ane along shot- icenzndsi:"Weewl
he er o e o orI find the Sergeant Borth?" divided, they referred the question
Nasta in the past, because he "I am Borth." to the oldest man they knew.
seemed to have ears in every house, "Is it cheaper to move or to
a i "Oho," roared Sergeant Borth. He pay rent, Bill?"
dow, and his punishments were Said Bill: "Well, mates, ye see

Ita missed. himo and splashed ins the. ''o r ai' n a p ston t a .Iv
sAdb you are the Mayor. I understand
But now they shouted what they always moved."

becameg h riek ofa revenge.e o da a o e
Cahougt. i pent your sins. Is that right, noble
"w as ci t tPi p ut he s o t ThisM a
at"I was told that I was to report But they also shouted: "The mur- here each morning. I was to rederer always goes back to the scene port, not be humiliated, Sergeant."
of his crime!" handiandlshout They also shouted: "Where is Captain Purvis pulled his pistol geante"
Mayor Nasta's whip now?" out of his pocket. aThatswasrenoug
Curiously the two women shout- many people stuck their heads in long habit of snorting. ed, and there was a kind of pride in the door at the end of the Major's Borth said sharply: "Listen, Nasthe way they shouted. office, which had once been the May- ta, I know more about you than you
There was a priest in the crowd, or's office, to have a look at him in know about yourself. You be careand he shouted: "Blasphemer!" his disheveled condition, and to ful how you behave here. Now, anThere were some children in the laugh at him to his face. swer my questions civilly. Is it corcrowd, and they ran along shout- Major Joppolo said to Zito and rect that you came to Adano to ig: "Pig! Pig! Pig!" Giuseppe: "I want to have a talk repent your sins?"
The anger of the mob bordered with Mayor Nasta alone. Go and Mayor Nasta was white with anon violence. When the unhappy tell the people in the other offices ger, but he said: "I suppose you Mayor got opposite the Albergo di that I do not want to be disturbed might say so." Pescatori one of the women raised not even by a cracking open of that "Thank you," Borth said with exher arm and threw a plum at him, door. I do not even want to be dis- aggerated politeness. "In that case It missed him and splashed in the turned by the brushing of ears on you will repent one sin each mornstreet. the keyhole." ing when you report to Sergeant
A boy of twelve threw a stone. "Yes, Mister Major," Zito said. Both. Would you like to choose
Then several brickbats flew, and "No, Mister Major," Giuseppe your own sins, or would you like
the shouts of long repressed hatred said. Sergeant Borth to choose them for
became shrieks of revenge. Major Joppolo sat at the desk and You?
Captain Purvis looked at Major said brusquely: "Sit down." Mayor Nasta couldn't keep himJoppolo and Major Joppolo said: Mayor Nasta sat in one of the self from snorting.
"We've got to put,a stop to this." chairs in front of the desk. "I see," said Borth, with his overCaptain Purvis was not a subtle "Well, what is it that you wish?" politeness, "you would like Borth to
American, but he was a brave one. Major Joppolo said, choose. Very well, let's see. This
He ran out in the street between Mayor Nasta brushed his hand morning we will discuss the sin of
Mayor Nasta and the crowd. He along the wood of the desk patheti- your disgraceful running away from
held up his hand and shouted: call, and he said: "it seems your post in the face of the Aen. "Stop! Stop," you ignorant fools." strange to be sitting on the wrong can invasion. What is this sin called, The crowd kept coming. A stone side of this desk." Mayor Nasta?"
flew past Captain Purvis toward Major Joppolo said: "It may seem "What do you mean, what is it
Mayor Nasta. stranger to sit on the wrong side of called?
Captain Purvis pulled his pistol the bars of your municipal jail. What "You are at a loss for words? out of his pocket. That was enough. do you want? Very well, Borth will answer his
The ones in front held back the oth- Mayor Nasta rearranged the own question. It is called the sin ers, and the mob halted in the pince-nez on his nose, but he did not of cowardice." street. Captain Purvis went back look Major Joppolo in the eye as he Mayor Nasta snorted. to the sidewalk. said: "I just want a chance, Mister "No matter what side you were
Mayor Nasta, seeing that he was Major." on, no matter if you were on the
saved, ran over to his deliverers, "You want a chanceI" Major Jop- side of the crooks, it was a sin to and he stood in the gutter blubber- polo spoke angrily. "To whom did run away, was it not, Mayor?" -x
ig his thanks. "Amerisans! Oh, you ever give a chance?" Mayor Nast rearranged his
my friends. Thank you for saving "'I have thought it over," Mayor pince-nez with a trembling hand. Beyond the front lines high-explosive land mines lie hidden in the earthme from these ungrateful people. Nasta said. "I have been all alone "Answer my question: did you or
I have served them for years and for days. It was awful at night. I did you not give rifles to the Cam w
see how they behave. I am all have thought it over, Mister Major. binieri and grenades to the Finance tors locate danger and -help clear the way for tanks and infantry. War-winalone, Americans. I have been in I want to help if I can." Guards, make them a beautiful
the hills all alone for days. No one "How many years were you in speech about fighting to the lastnigwposadntrm tsuehuadsfdy
would stay with me. All the others office?" man, and then run to the hills batteries every day-that's why we're shortof them on
gave themselves up. I have thought "Nine, Mister Major." Mayor Nasta said with a trem the homefront. Burgess Battery Company, Freeport, sai.
everything over. I wish to help you "After nine years in office, you bling voice: "You tell me, clever if I can. . ." And he rattled on, have thought it all over, have you? Sergeant."FodIAWaWepn-UeIWily his voice going higher and higher. After nine years of graft and steal- Sergeant Borth shouted: "Answer FodI -a epn-UeI iey
Someone in the mob shouted: ing and keeping these people down, me, probationer."
"Mister Major, if you help that man you've thought it over, you want to Mayor Nasta said quietly: "I did, you are not our friend." help, do you?" Sergeant." B R A T R 1
Major Joppolo acted quickly to "You have other Fascists in office "Mister Sergeant!"
save the situation. He walked into here. I saw the face of D'Arpa a "I did, Mister Sergeant."
the street and held up his hand for minute ago. I saw Tagliavia who "Are you sorry for this disgrace.
Silence; he was careful to make it was my Maresciallo of Finance. I ful sin, Nasta?" his left hand, so that it would not saw Gargano of the Carabinieri. if Mayor Nasta could hear the pe be r;istaken for a Fascist salute, you could use these, why not Nas- pie snickering behind him.
"Go home, people. I will take ta, the Mayor?" He sid meekly: "I am, Miste
care of this man as he deserves. He "I have a new Mayor, and a bet- Sergsrnk." is under arrest." ter one." to7 soE CONINUED)


THE M T L N It seems that an additional require- with modest incomes, a tremendous Certificate No, 67. Certificate N. 209.
HE MII TICELs O NEWu ment should restrict the use of build- amount of money running into many ri of Yeaionsuace-July eN 1942.t Lot Desciptiance--Jelty t 19o0.
ins ntht ra rmeigusdas billions of dollars. s7 in Xection S, Township 2 North. Pellin & Orchiia ro. inl s(ction 16.
ings in that area from being used as 27 Ye~a r bg I fdlas Range 4East, 4 'acres. 2Tow-nship 2 North.ltaiigo lEst,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY residences Certainly using a back- Most important of all, inflation, Name in which assesed- aocs.
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER room or partitioning off living quar- the most deadly scourge of wartime, toy Kirkbridge. Name in which assessedEstablished 1869 ters in an ordinary store or office ITEMS FROM THE MONTICELLO has been and is being successfully r f Isua e-August 5th, 1929. Certiicate G 103.
tO space creates a fire hazard. If such NEWS OF APRIL 12, 1918 fought Deription of Property-Lots 190. Year of Issuance August tt 1928.
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION pacsoe s aire hazar If such N O A, 2S1, So Pecan & Orchid Co. Suh in Deserintion of Plroperel-Jl '2 So
Established 1873 practice is continued it can only lead To the volunteers who have brought Section 8, Township 2 North. Range 4 Pecan & Orchard Co., in Section 8,
Changed to to higher fire insurance rates and an A mass meeting on the food con- about these gratifying results, the l 1a which assesseI Towsship 2 North, Hange 4 East, 4
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 increasing number of fires. servation program was held at the American Legion expresses its offi- C. Green and T. Henry Gr een. Name in which assessedcourt house and County Food Admin- cial recognition and gratitude. ertificate No. 220. H. Helbauer.
KEATHLEY BOWDEN MRS. THOMAS SPARKS istrator T. C. Bradford received the Sincerely yours, tilssnce-Jul 7t, 1910.2 oA of ffd r r a( iiin the
Editor ledge of nearly 300 persons attend, So Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section 16 Unless such certiincite or certificates
Mrs. Etta Montgomery Sparks died p THE AMERICAN LEGION 'T'ownship 2 North. Range 4 East, 21c shall le red,-ened according to law the
Entered at Monticello post office at her home near Greenville, Madison ig not to use any more wheat until By Joe Frank, Department Com- ata e property described in suci certifate
Entre a MntceloPot ffceat erhoe ea Geevile Mdionthe 1918 crop is released by the gov- adr Namne in which nssesisedl or certificates 'ill he, sold to thbe h1ighas Mail matter of the Second Classcounty, Sunday, April 1st at 6 P.M. m *Georgia Snow, est bidder at tihe colrt house door on
Is MCass t S Al 1 ernment. Wheat was a critical ma- Certificate No. 105. the first Monday in the month of may,
Telephone 138-R-t the-age-of 70. terial in 1918. A resolution not to ^ ar of lsiar nce-August 6th. 1928. 1945, which is tht 7th, day of May 1945.
Funeral services were conducted at t1i oA De ription of Property-Lot 598 So. Dated this 2nd, day of April, 1945.
order any more wheat was signed by IPean & Orchid Co. in S, ct it (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
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Jefferson county's senator, S. D. and three daughters, Mrs. Robert Apr 6-13-20p
Clarke, who was chosen by unanimous Scott, Greenville, Mrs. Kit Jenkins, company.
vot ofhiscoleages s resden ofVer BechandMrs Wilia Han. Mr. G. F. Allison of the local Ford WANTED-Small to medium iron
the 1947 senate. Hold-over senators rick, Jacksonville and seyeral grand- weae made broughto Ackwit this se- aofe. Adrs Mtcr ontclp
at each session assemble in a caucus children. eal Frds aog bkthe bei sev- l
to select their leader for the next Wilkins Funeral Home of Monticel- eral Fords, among them being sevter. Snaor lake as ,atu- o ws i carg o fuera arane-eral of the sedan model. These are WRITE for 1945 prices onl baby
term. Senator Clarke was a "natur- ewas inPa charge of funeral arran- handsomely upholstered closed cars, chicks, New Hampshires, Barred
a" for the position th year. ae is Bishop, T. W. Reams, John Bishop and are comfortable for all kinds of Rocks, Wyandotts. Book your orteing reer the in te ad 1i as Gold Henry, Arthur Finklea and weather. They can be equipped with der now ,for baby turkeys, blood- I
the dan o teSnae ,an is ong Gold Henry Arthr F a ad self starters, or not, as the customer tested, broadbreasted Bronze direct
and faithful service in that capacity Charles Walker. desires. from Texas. Hatches weekly.
justifies the title. _________________U. B. Roach was in the city Satur- Stever's Hatchery, Live Oak Fia. tf
News of the caucus, which was day from Drifton, greeting friends ~ ----
received just as The News went to and attending to business matters. Our local storage for cured meat will
press with last week's issue, was a AL I VOTES Mr. Wiley Grantham of Econfena, be closed for the summer on April
surprise as it was the earliest caucus i Dr. F. A. Brink, Director Taylor county, was in Monticello this '15, 1945. Meat left after that date
in history. Senator Clarke is well- week. will be at owners risk. City Ice &
known in the state as an attorney, OUR RAT PROBLEM Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Peck and Mr. Fuel Co., Monticello, Fla. 4-13c
and in the past has served as city and Mrs. W. H. Lindsey motored to NOTICE O' LE ^^^LATIO
commissioner anG as county judge. Every now and then someone in Thomasville, Tuesday. NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION
He also served in the house of repre- Monticello comes down with Brills, Misses Mattie, Lena and Marie sentatives two sessions before being (typhus) fever. This disease is trans- Walker and BMg Jim Walker of near bi ce introed in the Flocal
chosen state senator in 1930, and has mitted from rats to man by fleas. Aucilla attended the Shepherd-Cook- bill will be introduced in the ilorida served in the senate continuously Every year, rats do thousands of legislature concerning education in
since that time. dollars worth of damage to merchan- Misses Katie Mae and Mattie Lou Jefferson county.
Jefferson county is proud of the dise and buildings. Andrews of Simmons are visiting No. 39 Mar 30 Apr 6-13-20
new laurels won by its senator. All this can be avoided by a reas- Misses Effie and Roberta Lightsey NOTICE
enable outlay. It does take money, this week.
A NEEDLESS FIRE HAZARD material, labor and study to get rid The department of food, under the *
of rats and keep premises free of head "Kitchen Cabinet," says: "It is Trespassing on our
oThe little fire which destroyed th- them, but this outlay is an invest- a part of loyalty to our country dur- f
crmet eno ao loss. and e re- ing war not to waste anything, and offlee grounds and
dayeveingmayseve god pr- Every neow building and every re- it is a good time to cut down on our pose if it brings to the attention of pair job should include rat proof con- it ig The toecut dovwio our the people of Monticello the needless struction. Many old buildings could own eating. The average overweight on our park grounds
risk involved in the all too frequent be made ratproof at low cost. Ct individual over thirty could easily .
use of a business establishment as a To keep free of rats requires con-ut Out one-third of the food eaten. at night must be
place of residence. stant but not arduous care. Most Of excess weight is robbing our coun- stopped.
The fire was one of those in which rat infested places are made acces- try Of its needed food. Know your no blame is attached to any particu- sible to rats through carelessness. heights n now your
lar person. But it may point out that The simple expedient of closing vents i, know your weight and act ac- MONTICELLO NURSERY CO.
stores, offices and business establish- with screen wire and plugging the cordingly. F. A. MAHAN, Owner ments are not designed for living holes made and left for plumbing and The honor roll of the Monticello
quarters and when these are crowded wires will, in many buildings exclude School was: 1st grade Elizabeth Daw- St Your
into the business district a fire haz- the pests. ins, May Granger, India Kuder, Jos- DrongSHog
ard and sanitary condition is involved Unless they have food and shelter, ie Lee McClellan, Inez McClellan, in Your Hogs
which does the town no good. rats will not long remain, hence all Don Taylor, Jack Taylor, Jr., and Cattl t
Monticello has established a fire food should be protected and all nest-o zone by ordinance, but it requires ing places eliminated.I 2nd grade, Edwin Morris, Charlie MO TCLOSTOCK YARD' It's important that you should know how
thato bings within th'eqursigsa inaeesr a cozonreea' Hu si ONToICeLLO fRDto take care of your electrical appliances.
only thtbidnswti h oe As a mere health measure rat cl-Moore, Joe Hughes, Mays Kersey, Auction every Movlndav, and got t aecr foreetia placs
meet certain fire-proof specifications. trol will be worth while. Blanche Holiman, Andre Fulford, Ed- highest market prices. Sale Your dealer can help you or drop in at our
win Owens, Leo Faglie, Frances Simp- starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock office for your copy of "How to Economize
-__ _ _son, Lucy Butler. 4th grade, Eddie Yards. J. N. Hawkins, Mgr. WE t
fill Wisely With Electricity. Its crammed
111A1 1 1 West Davis; 6th and 7th grades, Ar- wit luabl f
neta Davis, Louise Sweat, Bessie NO'ICE OF APPLICATION wih va a e information.
Clarke, Billy Smith, Billy Bulloch, 'AX DEED 's important to know what to do when
Tip T. Aglie. House Bill No. Iso appliances break down. The best rule is to
Notice is' hleby given, th1at, Ralph
Th Y PkIn.,s the holder of the fonowingI get in touch with your electric appliance
fh-YOu Letters f,, a e ha:s d ied saiderticat es repair dealer. He's trained to handle just
fThe ta e totii:a l he issued tyere. of
'ecrtifte nthesn and ar oii such a job as yours. Remember, idle apissane, the description of the prop-aRe mbr
IiIU Allit 114Finney General Hospital errs, and fthe names ii which it ,z as
FVI~tl Y II~ hinm a vlee IG ooria l -Certifi an sNo.wh pliances do no one any good. The ones
W H AT BETTER VA LUEail10, 1 a ertfictat sNo. 2 ,you keep in service pave you time, effort
April 10, 1945 Year f .1 stince-sept., 1931.
Mr. William Scruggs sription ot' lovery-Loe 22 in and money. Take care of your appliances
elet ini whce 2 Rsessed_ and have them repaired promptly.
.Monticello, Florida S ailgarertecCA N YOU BUYDear Mr. Scruggs: Certificate No. 197.
Year of Jssriance"-.Iul 7th, 19 10.
We cannot begin to tell you how Descripto -of Proert-I-t Lot 21
much the patients enjoyed the visit So Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section .
u Township 2 North, Range f Eiast, 4
from the "Dads." They all felt that acres. FLORIA PO GHT COMPANW
F l*l your visit added a "homey" atmos- Namate in which assessedLilic B. Swanson,
here. They appreciate the food Certificate No. 72.
and punch which you brought, and Yeat of lsstiance-August Ith, 1941. I
Description of Property-Lot 24 Souparticularly the fact that you "took thern Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section if. over and actually served' yourselves, Tonship 2 North, Range 4 East, 4 Many expressed the hope that you Namte in which assessedwould come back again very soon. Cer ifi Noec NEW. 214A
th: 52fWe, on the Red Cross staff, would Year of Issuance-July 7th, 192.0.
h iss es of like to echo that hope, and we wish Pen o chid of in oc 16. own- A VA B
to thank you for helping to make this ship 2 Noith, Range 4 East, 5 acres.
\ ifri itthltih assesseda very happy Easter for the patients. "abiteli ass-lve1s.
THE MONTICELLO NEW S1, Sincerely yours, certificate N.92.
)eat of Tsuane-Jnly 6th. 1942.
Katherine Meriwether Desciiption of Property-Lot 54 in
Field Director Sectiont If Township 2 North, ltange
l D4 East, 5 acres.
(Note: The Dads Club members paid Name in which assessedJ. w.' Wells.
a visit to the hospital Easter Sunday ee tiltcate No. 211.
afternoon, and visited with the pa- Near of sstuiance-Jly 7tlt, 1930. tients in the recreation room. Con- Desetrittion of Propetty-Lots 61, f7, 8 So Pocatn & Oreiid Coi. i Sectio
versation and games were the order tf, TownsIip 2 North, RaInge 4 East, 15 aci esg
of the visit, and refreshments, which Nan e wich assessed- whic
the men took along with them, were Isabielle Stein.
served). Certificite No. 215.
: d eat of issuantee-Jul 7th. 1920.
Desctription of Propiet ty-Lot 97 So
TheAmea Pecan % Orchid Co. in Section 16
Department of Florida aore.w
Adjutant's Office Name in wh t assessedApril 2, 1945. certifwiatt No. 240.
Though there is a paper shortage, we Mr. L. G. Morris, Chairman 19Y3ea of Issuance-September 7th. Lud Denny Solves
and other volunteer workers s2csiNrtionof P o ortLotte
now have an increased allotment of War Price and Rationing Board, 4 .t. 5 at .nsp assessed- the Locust Problem
Monticello, Florida. Name n which assers.dpapers ec weka dcan take on a Dear Fellow Americans: Cei tificate No. 462.
Thhk a neF AmricAnmegion desires to Ieatri Isxtae Septembei 4 1911. Lud Denny may not be much of From where Isit, that's sound
gr e- >e ttoi or Poet t-Lots ISn, a farmer, but most folks allow philosophy-applied to people
recor ~~~~~ ~ ~ h' thprettyiii1.I'wilil ,'tt smart atsovn
invaluable service which you and In 4t 1 t. i rese pretty a solving justasmuchaslocusttrees.You
ourabss eshe renderd iup an 1i1iie in xI c ssei- other people's problems. Like can't always change folks to
Yorassociates haerendered in sup- lb n. T, r;oot.
port of tihe war effort. rtiicate No. 249. Alvin Blake's locusts, your way of thinking-some
t eat of ssuance-Septmber 7, 1 1
Through your patriotic service, the Dlscitition of Puoterty- Lots i1. For years Alvin has been try. may prefer beer to buttermilk,
OPA has been enabled to bring about 17 n et aTunslip Nothit lag to get rid of a grove of lo- or a double harness to a single
a reasonable and equitable distribu- 4cmte itt wlhicit assessed- costs. They aren't using up any one-but you can get to like
tion among all of our citizens of vari- N o atittson. 2 good land, but they annoy Alvin. them (if you take the trouble).
Ous necessities of life which other- 'iar if e 7. 19 1 s Every time he cuts them down, And frst thing you
wise would have been largely acquir- Pecn & Orchid Co. in Secton 17, up they shoot again. little differences don't matter. : d only by hoarders and others able Town-htit 2 North. nnte I East. to outbid the average consumer. Fur- < x in which assessed- "What'll I do about them lothermore, the increase in the cost of Daisbielle Brson. custs?" Alvin asks Lud. "Well, necessities of life has been kept un- c tifin t n10-Jul if you can't get rid of 'em," says
der reasonable control. This n1as Descriiptton of Property-Part of LoTt Lud, "I'd say you better get to IS'7 in) fction. 17. Townshiip 2 North. ,
saved the American public consisting range 4 East, 2 ritest like 'em."
N11 1 principally of individuals and families N "e it which assesseSRoN llrrtildlge. No. 110 of a Series Copyright, 1945, Unied States Brewers Foaundaios -


Major Bassett Writes of Attitude County Council- sent his parents a "crew's letter" an unprecedented number of enemy local farm products in quantity and
Mu hich gives the history of his vessel, planes of all types. In all, 233 air- condition to northern markets in
-- the famed Hornet, launched 10 months borne enemy planes were shot down competition with South Florida proIVHIRfS CsIn Occupied Germany (Contnued fi om page 1) after the seventh Hornet had been with a day's high of 67 planes. So ducts.
Of-- ivilians in Occupied ej to the council on garden pests and sunk. The vessel left Noifolk, Feb. well didthe fighter planes protect the Mr. Stephens and the committee
(continued from page 1) all, from a distance Paris girls were their control. 1944, for its first voyage and stopped ship that not one of the more than feel that the requisite number of premoderate homes. The homes of the very, very beautiful but a closeup A musical program was presented in San Francisco for a fantastically 100 Jap planes attacking penetrated renters will be obtained at the first
peasants are very poorly construct- view was sometimes very disappoint- by the Monticello School Gleo Club. large number of Marine fliers and the Task Group screen! meeting and urge all who wish space
ed and more poorly furnished. But ing. They, most of them, had a tough under the direction of Miss Mildred ground personnel, planes, trucks and "About this time a hundred Jap in the plant to sign up at once, in with all this, Germany is by far the look and the heavy make-up made Deikert. keeps, which it carried to Pearl Har- prisoners, survivors of a sunken Jap order that no one may be disappointmost modern nation we have seen them look a bit cheap. The girls I The meeting of the council next bor. The ship became part of the freighter were brought aboard the ed, and also as an aid in getting consince leaving tihe good old U.S. Why saw at the night clubs at Brussels month will have as its features, a famous "Task Force 58" and on Ship. Odd, brown little monkeys they struction started quickly.
these people would want to start a were quite like the girls of Paris but zinnia show and a dress review. March 29th drew its first enemy blood were, mostly laborers. Some of them war is more than Ican see. Some not quite so heavily made up, but Dresses to be shown will be street by destroying a Jap "Betty" widely were surly, but most of them were cou are iike some people-- their clothes were equally as beauti- dresses of rayon or cotton. used twin engine bomber. The letter smiling and appreciative of medical Ration Calendar
never satisfied. ful. The war certainly hasn't cramp- E I -s: attention and food and all liked our
'The reason behind Gerlmany's mi- ed th styles of French and Belgian Service Column- "We struck Palau on the 30th. All cigarettes. One day they were taken Red Stamps Good
itaristic aspirations will have to be women's clothing manufacturers. enemy planes were destroyed and ex- from their compartments to sun on
fully determined and thoroughly "Now I could talk a long time tensive damage done to various isl- the deck. At first they did not even T5 U5 V5 W5 X5 Good from Dec.
stamped out or we will continue hav- about the Folliers Bergere, but in (ContInued from page 1 and in the group. We supported the look around, and wondered if they 31, 1944 through April 28, 1945. ing these world wars, all of which short it was just a high class bur- Army, Field Artillery, in England, landings at Hollandia, New Guinea. were to be shot! However, they be- Y5 Z5 A2 B2 C2 D2 Good from
will be instigated by Germany. The lesque show-the girls were beauti- France and Belgium. The award was In April, 1944, we struck airfields at gan to cast appreciative eyes at the Jan. 28, 1945 through June 2, 1945. young people of Germany have been ful, the costumes beautiful, but the made by Courtney H. Hodges, Lieu- Wakde and Sawar and the supply de- beauty of the ship with its bristling Blue S pG
carefully trained by the very efficient dancing ,according to American stan- tenant General, U. S. Army, Con- pot at Marmi. We headed northward batteries of guns and to look along tamps ood
Hitler Jugend organization and they dards, very poor. Some of the cos- manding, in Germany where lie is now struck at Truk, Satawan and Ponape. the horizons dotted with American C2 D2 E2 F2 G2 Good from Jan. 1, are more of a threat to future world tumes were designed and custom stationed. The citation reads: "For We then headed east for Kwajalein ships! 1945 through April 28, 1945.
peace than any other age group in made by Mother Nature, and very at- meritorious service in connection Atoll, our new anchor-age, but found "We would like to believe, but can- H2 J2 K2 L2 M2 Good f Feb
Germany or the world. A small per- tractive--pure art, and accepted as with military operations against the time for two hilarious days of "cross- not, that our boys fare as well at the 1, 1945 through June 2, 194 om centage of these young people, boys such, enemy as Officer in Charge, Team ing the equator" activities. At Kwa- hands of the Japs."
and girls between 9 and 18, have been "Well, how 6o you like the news. No. 19, Photo Interpretation Detach- jalein we had a series of island recre- V Sugar Stamps Good
effected by the war and their spirit Patton has just advanced 27 miles ment, Headquarters First United nation parties, then rejoined the rest Midshipman James Allen Bradshaw 35 Sugar-Good Feb. 1, through is undampened. The war has only from his bridgehead! The last few States Army, from 5 May 1944 to 13 of the task force 58 at Majuro. left Monday after a week's visit with June 2, 1945.
strengthened their love for Germany days have reminded me so much of November 1944, in England, France "Now began the historic Marianas family and friends here. J. A. atcnd their hate for the Allied Nations. the first few days we experienced in and Belgium. Displaying tireless HONORABLE DISCHARGE
I have noticed that even the their France. There was never a more energy and devotion to duty, Captain andrtook th laseto months toemy at Merchnt Marn has EMBLEM H
parents are friendly, they are curt 'beautiful sight than that of an air- Miller organized and trained an effi- the Bonins and Volcanoes, through finished hi so training there H then armin andin Volcanoes throughmltl finishedin hisnee photoriin hee e
and unapproachable. borne army passing overhead--then gently functioning Engineer photo the "Battle of the Philippines Sea," will have a period of 6 to9 months' The honorable discharge emblem
"My duties on one occasion bought settling over their objective like a interpretation team. He produced to Pagan and the Bonins again, to sea training before being reassigned will be seen in increasing numbers on swarm of bees. First the paratroop- road and bridge data maps which P a n h oisaan osatann eoebigrasge ilb eni nraignmeso
me in contarth with a German md-er used as a basis for e e niwetok Atoll ,and back to Boas to the Academy for advanced train- the lapels of civilian clothes. It
ical doctor a man who is well known graceulyfloat to the groundithotis- panin. ileveryphase of ie for the third time. Then to Guam iig.V
in medical circles throughout the gracefully fottthgrud hci-pam .]tevypasofhis dutiesI
word-sosay or ni sugen.Heands of them. Then following the Captain Miller proved himself out- f. inesvIotnn-psrksadw 1 ics dsays our unitp araon.m nparoopers coe the gliders, two standing and worthy of praise." ir l p t hare landingaMeeting Calledwas kicked out of two large German bigtwdboepln.TeaeICaanMler rtehsavis,1Diuring the first phase of then opller
universities in 1937 because he is beleased thene plane T h e r. an Mr wrote is pTey tion the Hornet's fighter planes carhalf-Jew. Because he is only half- released ach they idell se mr. ad had mor mer, than ied out what was believed to be the (conMtinHued fr em page 1)
Jew and married to at woman With Hi- strip each pilot skilfully selectslimust have had more medals than ostcaresrkegin nnyl F,
e aso hurriedly. Then come the trans- they knew what to do with. We are longest carrier strike /against enemy in Europe, we are given to under"pure blood' 'he was not persecuted as you can see by the shipping on record. All planes re- 'stand that this is a reasonable exfurherandwasallwedto arr onports with supplies that are dropped very busy a o a e ytesipn
further and was allowed to carry on papers. Think it will be all over very turned, having damaged an enemy pectancy. It is important, therefore,
a medical practice. He told me the sight makes chills run up and down shortly now. Am hoping so anyway. destroyer and two merchant ships. that we make this application as
minds of his children had been pois- the spine and tears coe to the eyes I came to our new location in charge During this time Radioman 1/c early as is possible." oned through h what they had been theed spin andr tear coetGheeeuaammoorneoainncag taught inu wh they hnd een -and a prayer to the lips for every of the advance party, and will leave Tweed, the hero of Guam was The proposed plant will consist of
ian who passed over. Then comes soon on a similar advance party in brought aboard the Hornet after 31 a processing plant which will be
tho they are only 11, 13, and 16 years the drive to establish contact with charge to get things set up for the months in a cave on the island dur- equipped for slaughtering and butch- means the wearer has served in the old, they are overbearing and dis- the airborne boys, and what a fight rest. I am sure Germany will long Ing Jap occupation. Here on this ring and for processing of fruits and armed forces of the United States respectful in their home and insist this sometimes can be. The last act remember this war and will think no t ship he was clothed, had his pay nc- vegetables. In addition there will be and has received an honorable disthat their parents remain loyal to of this play has begun 'and we are all twice but several times before theyrenters Hitler. Hitler Jugend has done much ooft brough upa tos date, was quiz al tockem room wherea rentemsfor will charge.
to alienate the affections of German for getting it over as quickly as pos- start another one. Have lots of work zed by intelligence officers for the have their own storage locker, in It is an honorable emblem. Learn t talent the affetins ofherman sible. tonight so will close for this time. valuable information he had to give which their foods will be available to to recognize and respect it.
youth from the home and their par-' "I get more anxious every day to \Vn you would send me some candy, and promoted to Chief Radioman. them at any time they wish.
nltoadastgh themy tohe lar get home. You and Cuirry are doing cookies, olives or other canned fruit "The Marianas operations were The plant will not only give local
only to their country. They are a marvelous job. I hope Cutrry real- juices if they don't take too many Ilong and arduous. More than 3,000 people an opportunity to conserve Subscrib t
taught en to turnmineteir poarnts izes how much for the war effort he ration points. Think Ihave received sorties were flown from the Hornet, their fresh vegetables ,fruits ad if they are not completely loyal to is doing. Well, so long for this time. everything you have sent me so far." and hundreds of tons of bombs were meat products in season of plenty for

Will give you some idea of what a Give all my love. Your devoted son, dropped. Fighting Squadron Two the season of the year when they are T Monill1 News
tremendous job we will have ven Wilmer." AM 2/c Julian Montgomery has distinguished itself by shooting down scarce, but will provide an outlet for
after the peace has been won.
"I was very much surprise to find
so many forced laborers in Germany.
I have often read that the Germans
were using at least a million forced
laborers but this figure had always
seemed high, but now I wouldn't
doubt a figure twice or three times
as large. Every farm has one or
more Poles, Russians or Frenchmen
and a large percentage of the homes
have foreign maids. Factories and
mines we have passed all have been
operated mainly with forced labor.
These laborers on the farms and in
tie homes' fared much better than
those in the factories and mines. The
latter were nothing more than slaves
and were treated as such.
"We have encountered many of the
laborers on the farms. When we arrived some took over the farms and
put the Germans in the community to
work. Others refused to work any '1
longer but made the Germans feed
them anyway. The Frenchmen all
started walking toward Paris and the
Belgians toward Brussels.
"For about ten days in one community of about 2,000 people Iwas
acting as sort of town mayor until
the regular military government
could be set up. That was a busy
but very interesting ten days. During
that time I had an opportunity to get
a fair insight as to what the average
German civilian is like. He is docile,
has no mind of his own whatsoever,
and is quite willing to abide by the T e G row s
restrictions we impose. The better
educated German is somewhat different. He normally speaks fluent
English, still wants Germany to win
the war but admits there is no chance
of this now. He is anxious for the
Americans to know that the German -From America's kitchens comes a great and diversified
people are good and that only Hitler crop raised by conscientious fat savers.
and his SS troops are responsible for
the continuation of the war and for
the atrocities that have been com- Now that war has curtailed the flow of fats and oils from
mitted since the war began. He is
the real German whose mind we must Sg
change before the peace and security importations, in order to keep our plants turning out synof Europe and the world can be issured. It is in his home where we' 'heric rubber, pharmaceuticals, fabrics, and civilian
find the largest Nazi flag and a library of Nazi propaganda. His homelubrilitr fluids, and umousands
is full of loot from all over Europe; 'ivilian ancimilanarydproducts. beautiful paintings, Persian rugs, the
best linens, more of which are unused
beautiful china and several patterns
of epenive.silerwre. Muc ofwhere the extra red- points it brings enable you to stretch of expensive silverware. (Much ofi
this is probably not loot, but some of
it is easily identified as such). yt
"So much for Germany, its people, ,. your used fats help to ease the shortage of fats and oils.,
etc., and let's get to a more interesting subject. (Mama is niot supposed
to read what follows but if she insists, make her promise to let you, meat dealer for four cents and two extra red ration points'
see a good burlesque show before she
reads it). Most women I saw in pi
Paris were wearing beautiful clothes,
absolutely beautiful. And I might
add that they really know how to
wear these clothes. Paris hair-dos
were most interesting and really fantastic. Any color hair from white to
black could be seen--even blue. Make- I
up was used quite liberally. All in


Activity In Real Estate Is Shown Alid eb twd

In Number of Transfers Recorded Vickie oland, 55 A. In Sec. 34,

Kate M. VanBrunt., Leo;t Bei'-3P F. Buzbee, Lot 50x60 ft, off G.h
Many Instruments Are 20 acre I

Filed Since 1st S. 1. Knd 29 TrN i M, o I-Liick, part Lot 8, Graves
S.Tsidrt .Kd Addition.
Of January i Sci Simdei~ 1.2acre knon asPopes Ta- ~ ., ~ '3,k J. R. Sloan, Lot 4, Block17Si
ern nSeo 3, .No.imIVl4 ois Addition.
Real estate transfers in Jefferson Ler. and Gwe ae to Z t.
county for the firth three months of Hebr and M, block
1945 continued at the unusually high edition.
pace set in 1944, as shown in record- Lucicella Alice Lynn Johnston, 6 A in Sec
ings in the clerk's office at the courtOuida and John D. McClellan, to Ar- 25 T2N, R4E.
house. hrCeeak
house. thur Clevelad, 50 A in Sec. 26, TIN, ~.
Included in the deeds recorded
since January first were: E He
Fred H. Doty, Kane County, Ill., to
Lots 3, 4, 8, 9, Wacissa.
Myers Williams, Lot 40 River Addi- (by Pievd Obmes)
tion to Wacissa.ArhrSnltnOrnecut, i 4iV 0
tint ais.Klto Dan Proctor, 100x150 ft. in Nor- ,~ I ., New varieties of grain sorigh
Mary R. Rainey to Mrs. Sarah Kelly, Lot in Monticello, corner Cherry Wniean Jo R. M of o'g ingo rid ni s h
and Dogwood, including one-story Muscoge cnt a., t. B. of Mi 4 r fs
brik bildng. -~ east. Chief reasons lot thenr pop- ,
brick building. soeconyOkat J.B
Retha and William Griffin and BesieadArhmRbnotoEtleMonticello. T.' ~ he factthat they are planted success- -sie and Abraham Robinson to Estelle
and Leandra Calhoun and Fannie Lee fully after harvesting oats and IuKeaton, 1 acre in Sec. 25, TIS, R4E. in Sc 34, TiS, R5E p e
Waitus Grant to Julia Denham a se- be the surest and highest yieldei-30 "Here I thought I could get
tract 70x30 yards in Sec. 18, TIS bud Filaysen, parts of Sec. 34, Tis, to 80 bushels to the acre having been R6E. R5E, and Sec. 3, T2S, R5E. common in Alabama last year. It is me a newcapaccllth
MayP ai aie .Fil drpo l~ooEd Grayb of Leon to Della Gray ,. a olPoo dwarf sorghum, hence readily comn- dlay after V-Day."
Mary P. and Daniel A. FinlaysonA in Sec 29, TIS, R3E. ITALY If you've been wod fined.
and Lucy Wethington and J. H. and oigwymn andpout
andLuy etinto ad nd Miles E. and Daiisy Groover to 'are rationed here's one reason. Stacks of food in cans are at the The experience of Carl Joiney last 4'
Mary Wethington to George Jones, James and Martha Russell, 2 A in fronts and therefore, you may find them in substitute packages in year indicates that Hegari may prove
4 a in Sec. 12, TIS, R3E. Sec. 30 T3N R6E. your grocery store. GI's and natives (above) are sorting fromd
Gerg L. and Rosett Durene oftiscuny George L. and Rosetta Duren of Earl C. and Margaret Jessup to C. broken boxes for re-packing and shipping to fighting fronts somr-4 Using a Cole planter and corn plate,
Thomas County, Ga., to H. M. Shel- C. Hart where in Italy, The boxes broke-but the cans are ok he sowed Hegari in 4 foot rows and
ley and W. P. Shelley Jr., of Leon 30, T2N, R5E, town of Monticello. fertilized with 200 pounds of 4-8-6.
county, Fla., 1004 acres in Sec. 25,J.HadMineLtMcllato T.flowgpuhsrs av
contFl.,104ace i Sc 2, Christianna Hamilton to Leroy JH.The planting was made onl 8 acres of 36, 31, T3N, R4E and in Sec. 1 T2N, Stephens, Lot 11, Blk 8 e m n Reed, part lot 8, Block 16 Sim- bought lands from the Trustees ofa
R4E. Improvemen Fund in JefSubiviio toMotielo Addition to Monticello. Internal Imrvmn udi c-crop in too late--latter part of JulyH. nd . heleyandW.P. M. ndLesieWasinto, Iiut- W. B. and Edna Bishop to T. Bird ferson county: for best results and worked it very
H. M. and W. P. Shelley and W. P. M .adLsi.WsigoMl-Gagr 0 nSc IRE ileLws nSc ,TN
Shelley, Jr., to John L. Anderson and nomab county, Ga., to F. A. Alexan- little, it carried 60 hogs for three
1/12Stephen A. and Ethel M. Power, R5E.
W. G. Miller, same tract as previous der interest in 240 acres in Sec. weeks with some supplemental feed.
transfer. Most of the hogs sold
P. H Poand nd harle Plandto redH. DtyBataiaIll. toMy-ler, 18.66 acres in "Springdale'' a sub- R3E and 261 A in Sec. 28, TI S, R3E. Carl says he ilpan20crsts
P. Wi Lot 39, River Aditon division in Sec. 18, T2N, R5. Nelse ad Annie Bell Richards,
J. M. Hightower and Annie High- esWlimLt3,RvrAdto
J. Hghowe ad Ani Hih-Emma P. Peyer of Los Angeles to'in Sec. 36, TIS, R3E "year folwn thew lupin harvest
tower, 1 a in Sec. 36 TlS, R3E; the to Wacissa. Robert H. Miller, 6.83 acres in "Spring Susie Perry, 3 A in'S. 31, TiS, R4E. Livestock Price Ouaiook
"J. H. Goodman place." Ethel Maddox Wright and E. S. dale." F A. Alexander, 40 A in Sec. 19, Recent releases from the' USDA out it may be V-Day plus
Ella Mosley to Shelley and Cather- Wright to W. H. Flowers of Thomas J. H. and Minnie Lout McClellan to T2N, R7E. indicate that the price of hogs will maybe two or three years
ine Jones, Lots 1 & 2, P1k 3 Fla Land County, Ga., 39.32 acres in Lot 173, Trustees Memorial Missionary Col- Willie Mae Wilson, Lot 30, Dil- probably continue at or near ceiling before I can get one
and Abstract company's Addition to old 14Ith district of Thomas county. ered Baptist Church of Monticello, worths addition to Monticello. levels during most of 1945 because of
Monticello. Ga., now Jefferson county, Florida. WV2 lot 3, Block 17, Simons addition IJanie Bell Lewis, Lot 4 Coles AdI- the short supply and strong demand
Mamie B. and Mitchell V. Scott to Jim and Annie Poland to L. H. to Monticello. dition that the combined production of
James and Janie Johnson, lot 100x50 Walker, Jr., 80 acres in Sec. 3, T25, J. I. and May Fenn Folsom to F. Laura Harris, Lot 3l7, block 3 Simt- beef and veal may reach an all-time feet Ash and Magnolia streets, Mon-13E
tA and Alice Johnston, Lot 51, Town ens addition. high, but in view of the ever-all
ticello. Ruth D. Jcnes and husband and of Monticello, 75x25 ft. adjoining old! Hattie Swindle, Lots 1 & 2, block shortage of meat, prices will probA. E .and Era Cooper to F. A. Ma- Burton H. Doty and wife to Cenia Bank of Monticello Building. 1, Fla. Land & Abstract Company's ably hold at maximum levels at least
han 27 acres in Sec. 1, TIN, R4E. Groom, 1.5 acres in 5c. 3C, TiS, R3E. Theado and Sadie Byferd to Hamp- addition, through the spring and summer
Will and Florence Webb to J. How- Win. and Peal Hutchinson of Sem- ton Goff, 3 A in Sec. 1, TIS, R5. Ella Mosley, Lots 1, 2, Block 3, that total cattle numbers decreased
ard McClellan, EV, Lot 6 Dilworth's inole county, to MeNeal Adams anld L. Hi. anid Nannie Walker to E. W, Fla. Land & Abstract company's aid- slightly during 1944, despite anl inaddition to Monticello. wife, 55x75 yards in Sc. 20, TIN, Williams, 1 interest in 55 A in Sec. edition. crease in thenumber of milk cows
Win. Thomas to Mary Lee McCul- R6E. 18, T4S, R4E. M. D. Walker, 4 A in Sec. 21, TIN, that the number of calves at the
lough EL Lot 6 Dilworth's addition N. H. and Maggie Connell to J. A. Minnie Estelle Pope and C. L. Pope'R3E. beginning of this year declined 7%,
to Monticello. Connell, 121.8 acres in Sec. 4 & 5, to J. H. Giober, 150 ft. onl highway; James Isom, 5 A in Sec. 10, T2N, the sharpest drop on record. . that
S. D. and Carrie B. Clarke to Daf- T2S, R3E. No. 1, being south part of old R4E. a further drop in cattle numbersfane Stanley of Volusia County, 2 Rebecca H. Maynard, of Duval "Brown Lot." Henry McKinney, Lot 3, Coles Ad- other than milk cows-is in prospect
acres known at "Tom Clayton place" county, to Fred A. Mahan, Lot 28, Della L. Coleman of Kent county, edition. for this year that the number of
in Sec. 20, TIN, R6E, Washington Park Subdivision of Men- Michigan, to Oscar N. and Vivian Mil- IF Mariah Douglas, Lot 9, Coles' ad- hogs, chickens and milk cows aire not Btmy Gul man cheered
Mildred M. Housley Hochman and ticello. ton, 8 A in Sec. 20, T2N, R5E. edition. likely to change much from last year. me up Said he'd help keep
husband and Edwin H. Burns and Win. Thomas to J. Howard McClelwife of Cook county, Illinois, to Doz- lan, E Lot 6, Dilworth addition to ier Harrell and wife, 80 A in Sec. 7, Monticello. let him give it the Gulfpride*
T2N, R6E. Dreblow and company's Emaline Pitts and Martin P. Pitts and Gulflex** treatment reg.
Silver Lake Subdivision. to Mary A. Glay, 20 A in Sec. 26,
Carrie and Willie Hamilton to J. J. TIN, R3E.
Willie, 1 A in Sec. 16, TIN, R3E. Cena Groom and r. H. Groom to
Mary and Thomas Swearingen of Mamie Morris Williams, Lots 35, 36, Leon County to Amos Denmark, 33 37, 54, 5 and 56, River Addition to acres in Sec. 29, TIS, R3E. Wacissa.
Annie Hightower to Amos Den- Cenia and E. H. Groom to Myers
mark, 2 acres in Sec. 2 TiS, R3E. Williams, Lts 51, 52, and 53, River
W. B. Hagan and wife, Lena Hagan Addition to Wacissa.
and Ella Hagan to J. E. Hagan, 15 J. M. and Ruby Morris to 1. W.
acres in Sec. 25, T2N, R6E. Shepherd and Wilson Shepherd, Lot
C. F. Cooksey to L. G .Morris, 139 1 Plk B, Reichmr Subdivision of acres in Sees. 28 & 29, TIN, R4E. Monticello.
James and Mary V. Ward to John Rosetta Stringer Hollis, of Duval,
Miller, 16 A of Lot 149 in old 14th to Rosa Lee Wright, Lot 6, Plk. 3, district of Thomas county, Ga., now Florida Land and Abstract Company's Jefferson county, Florida. addition to Monticello.
W. D. and Elverda Sawyer to Win. Fred ard Dorothy Louise Stokley
L. and Oley Windsor, Lots 11, 12, 13, to Jack Stokley 15 A in Sec. 12, TN "hat to ae a chn e
14, 15, Blk. G., Reams Subdivision of R4E, in DriftOn. h t take acn o
Lamont. T. L. Kinsey and Ruth Kinsey to
George W. Dreblow and Theckla ayhigbt h fns lbi
Georg W. reblo andTheckla John Getters '.,A in Sec. 12 and 13, ainIdnthne owl
Dreblow of Alachua County to Henry TIN, R4E.
Hampton, B1k 100 and 101, Dreblow J. G. and Mervin Andersen to W everywhere I go
and Clark's Silverlake Subdivision in D. and Elverda Sawyer, Lot 2 In Sec. 13, T2N, R5E. Monticello.
Ruth Pate Folsom and Vernon M. T. G. and Estelle Bishop to M. K.
Folsom of Madison county to Verdie and Josephine Edwards, Lot 7, HamR. Bullock Lots 26, 27, 28, Academy rick's Subdivision of Block 3 of WirHeights Subdivision. ick's Eastern Addition to Monticello.
L. E. and Mary L. Wright of Frank- J. J. Willie and G. M Willie teAllin county, to Baley Stokley, 118 acres bert Britt, 2A in Sec. 16, TIN, R3E. An c il ttes TOG pe
in Sec. 10, TIN, R4E. R. T. Gilmore and wife to Sylvester agit car and sludge!
Lamar and Ebbie Lee Davis to W. Baker, Lets 161, 162 Wirick's EastR. Hagin, lots in Northern addition to em Addition to town of Monticello. Monticello. Sylvester and Marietta Baker to The Seaboard Railway has claimed for resources of the territory. These efforts
W- R. and Elizabeth Hagin to Miles Groover, Lts 161, 162 of Wir- itself the distinction of being a builder have been abundantly rewarded. Several
'George T. Davis, Lots in Northern icll's Eastern Addition to Monticello. wherever we serve. Our friends-patrons large mills have been located in our ter- U F E
Addition to Monticello. Chance Snoddy to John and Audry
Rachel and John Lewis of Duval Lynn, 1 acre in Sec. 31, T2N, R5Eo
county to W. M. Howell, 115 acres in C. J. Reams and wife to Gussie confirming that claim, doubt be built in the future. K
eC. 310 & 31, TIS, R5E. Smith, Lot 14 in village of -Anderson, A case in point is the Seaboard's con- Many other new enterprises, industrial Kocks ot fctsisonts!
Fred and Dorothy Stokley to Thos. being 51 acres in Sec. 27, TiS, R5E. tribution to recent developments in the and agricultural, have been brought in as
M. and Louise Alligood ,23 acres in Will and Florence Webb to Ida Sec. 12, TIN, R4E. Weaver, Joe Andres and George pl a p noo a resul omthetSe s ceRaioti p
Cenia and E. H. Groom to Asa Washington, Lot 14, Block 10, Sim- For many years, this has be
Spratt, Lots 7, 8, 23, 24, in River ens Addition to Monticello. project with our Industrial Department. is continuously on the alert for every
Addition to Wacissa. J. J. Willie and wife tu Joe and As far back as the 1920's, detailed surveys opportunity to aid in improving the ecoMinnie S. Smith and Minnie S. Arthur Manly, 1/ acres in sec. 16,
Nagel and Paul Nagel, Dade County, TIN, R3E. in western part of Lloyd. were made of the best locations for pulp nornic lot of its territory.
Robert A. and Vera M. Smith, Nor- Lucile McClellan to Arthur Cleve- and paper mills, and the cooperation of And so we say with justifiable pride:
folk, Va., to W. E. Leisey and Ruby land 1/3 interest in land in Sec. 26, the local people was enlisted in our ef- "A builder wherever we serve."
E. Leisey of Cleveland, Ohio, 9 TN, R4E. forts tod
acres in Sec. 29, T2N, R5E. J. H. and Minnie Lou. McClellan to
Mary J. and B. F. Lanier to Earl Thee. Roosevelt Blue and Annie May and Margaret Jessup, Lot 110x200 ft. Blue, Lot 13, and part Let 10, Simin Sec. 30, T2N, R5E. ens Addition to Monticello.
S. D. and Carrie B. Clarke to Her- Dan Brooks to Janie Sherman, part N c
bert A. Lott, 26V acres in Sec. 28, Lot 7, Block 16, Simons addition to T1S, R3E. Monticello. ti
Henry and Minnie Wheeler to Ben Jesse M. Kinsey to A. W. Bilttle,
Campbell 10 acres in Sec. 23, TIS, Jr., 19 acres in Sec. 7, TIN, R6E.
R4.S. H. and Lizzie Braswell to HarryRA LYYOo
R4E.0; 0#
Ethel B. Kielliker, Tallahassee and and Leila Reichert, 20 Ai Sec. 20, Walter D. Bagnall, Thomasville, to T3N, R5E.
F. A. Mahan, lot 450x243 ft. in Sec. Mary E. Williams to Johnas Sim- 1A,
25, T2N, R4E. kings, 5 A in Sec. 36, T2N, RIB.
J. J. and Gertrude M. Willie to Will and Florence Webb to Robert
Daisy Watson, 1A in Sec. 16, TIN, Lee and Elizabeth Allen, 50x80 ft. in 33E. SLot 4 Simons Addition to Monticello.
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Monticello Church- Garden Club News Waukeenah Club Has an ont phome demonstration
-_ members were pleased to greet and
Social Ac* d (Continued from page 1) The week, April 15-22, has been Meeting and Plans welcome their new leader, but regret
S0c1a1 A ctlvities date prior to 1840 to the present designated as National Garden Week' that they are losing Mrs. Loeb whom
time. by the National Council of State Gar- Clothing Program they had all learned to love.
The Presbytery gave a rising vote den clubs of which the Monticello The subject of how to get pressure
of thanks to the membership and Garden Club is a part through its The Waukeenah Home Demonstra cookers was discussed. Mrs. Colson
Mr and Mrs. 0. R. Linton spent Mrs. W. L. Wooten of Waukeenah ladies of the Monticello Church for membership in the Florida Federa- tion Club met Friday, April 6th at gave a demonstration on making bags
the week end in Jacksonville. was in town on business Tuesday. the hospitality extended them. Sup- tion. Mrs. E. Wesley Frost, presi- the home of Mrs. Lovel Buzbee. The and tams.
per. Tuesday evening, and lunch and dent, has called upon all clubs inter- me s loe bVice- The subject for the next meetingMrs. Christianna Hamilton is spend- J. F. Elshoff of Jacksonville spent dinner were served to all delegates ested in gardening and conservation President Mrs. Ben Buzbee. Several a work clothes program-was dising this week in Jacksonville. the week end here with his family. in the church rooms by coifimittees to join in focussing attention upon sn Mrs. Ben Buz cussed.
from the local auxiliary our forests. It is fitting that theBuz- cussed.
bee read the Scripture and Mrs. R. L. The hostess served delicious reJane Ellen Jones of Tallahassee County Agent E. N. Stephens was Palms and Easter lilies decorated week ends on the birthday of J. Stir- Hightower led in rayer
was the week end guest of Patsy Wil- a business visitor in Thomasville the church auditorium for the ses- ling Morton, founder of Arbor Day. Mrs. Maurice Loe introduced th eshments at the close of the meetliams. Tuesday. sion. While the best tree planting seaPresbytery was attended by nine- son is past in Florida, every day is
Mrs. George Scruggs and Mrs. Grif- The Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Hunter teen ministers and fifteen elders of in season for learning and practising fin Bishop of Aucilla were visitors spent several days this week in Mayo the churches. The ministers were the rules of conservation of trees. in Monticello Tuesday. visiting relatives. Dr. Daniel J. Currie, DeFuniak, Dr. Fire prevention is a first lesson. Hun- a
R. D. Daffin, St. Andrews; Rev. W. dreds of acres of burned over timber word is gtin aru
Lt. Coi, and Mrs. Theodore Lach- Mr .and Mrs. C. W. Harris and Mr. A. Daniel, Port St. Joe; Dr. T. I. lands in this county are mute testi-I
man of Jacksonville were guests of and Mrs. A. M. Patterson spent Deane, Quincy; Rev. M. A. DuRant, mony to the short-sightedness of'
Mrs. Lucille B. Simmons Sunday. Thursday in Jacksonville. Marianna; Rev. Jack E. Fisher, some people or the carelessness of
Crestview; Rev. Hershel R. Gladney, others. Reforestation is another lesPhilip S. Cole of Jacksonville was Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clayton had as Madison; Rev. Wriston Hartsell, son which is being taught increasinga business visitor in Monticello Fri- their guests this week end the Fort Walton, Rev. A. L. Hiemstra, ly through our schools so that future day. former's mother and sister of Aucilla. Milton; Rev. Henry Holmes, Monti- generations will know better how to
I cello; Rev. Robert M. Holmes, Chat- use the products of the forests withBeverly Smith of Valdosta is visit- Mrs. Lyman Parker and daughter, tahoochee; Rev. R. H. Latham, out destroying them. ing her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Linda, of Barnesville, Ga., spent last Madison; Rev. C. W. Leach, De- Mrs. W. H. Covington, president of B. C. Smith. week with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Drig- Funiak Springs; Rev. A. L. MeDuffie, the Florida Federation of Garden
gers. Chipley; Rev. John A. McMurray, Clubs, has issued a challenge to every
Mrs. Richard Gilbert left Thursday Panama City; Rev. C. G. Partridge, garden club member whose "own
morning for Miami to spend two or Mrs. A. W. Knight of Waycross, Pensacola; Rev. W. E. Powell, Argyle; backyard is a field for ever-present
three weeks with her mother, Mrs. Ga., is visiting her brother and sis- Rev. Ernest F. Quarterman, Quincy; action in planting for food, for beauG. S. Ames. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Drig- Rev. R. T. Wallace, Monticello. ty and for present and future comgers.
Mrs. Lena M. Clements is spending I- Among the layman delegates at- fort; also, for rebuilding the soil since
a few weeks in Savannah, Ga., visit-, Mrs. W. R. Liner of Shreveport, tending were Elders Armstrong, of ever yperson is responsible for his ing her son in law and daughter, the La., has arrived for a visit with her Madison; Calhoun of Pensacola; Phil- own land holdings, great or small and, Rev. and Mrs. Howard M. Mueller. mother, Mrs. J. G. Walker, at her lips of Tallahassee; Simpson, of under long or short term lease-and home near Aucilla. Monticello; Snell of Euchee Valley; who knows how long his life time
Walter J. Shealey of the agricul- Campbell of Marianna; Robertson of, ght may or may not be. So, let's
tural extension service, Gainesville, Mrs. Fred Sumner of St. Peters- Chipley; Rheinhart of Gretna, and plant, re-vitalize the soil we use, and was a visitor in Monticello last week burg spent a few days here visiting Coleman of Panama City. become alert to conservation in its New records are 6) VOL 0
end. her sisters, Mrs. J. C. W. Frishmuth The fall meeting of Presbytery full s nse a maintenance cover pouringin-records
and Mrs. N. B. Carmichael. will be held on the fourth Tuesday efar ahead of what
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Simmons and of October in Chipley. even the most optibaby of Cocoa visited the former's Jim Lacy and Larkin Hundley at- Next Tuesday, April 17th, the The Founders 'Garden Circle will mistic tire men
mother, Mrs. Hollis, on Mulberry tended a meeting of the Tri-County Florida Presbyterial Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. G. W. thought possible.
street this week. Electric Cooperative held in Madison hold its spring meeting in Madison. Stocking on Monday at 4 P. M. Mrs. Thene w U. S.
Tuesday night. Mr. Lacy is one of Delegates from the local Auxiliary J. M. Henry is in charge of the pro- Royal DeLuxe is
Mrs. E. M. Stubbs, Miss Emma the directors of the cooperative, are Mrs. J. B. Brinson, Mrs. J. B. gram on birds. Roll call is name of piling up performHamrick and Mrs. Lucy May Thomp- which includes Jefferson, Madison Horne and Mrs. E. B. Bailey, Sr. a migratory bird. ance that in many
son spent the week end in Gaines- and Taylor counties. cases comes close to
ville visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Abbott of Los *mThe Cherokee Garden Circle will that of pre-war ntir.
Mrs. Ray C. Simpson and Miss Angeles ,who are visiting Mr. and Simpson given- [meet at four o'clock Monday after- rural rubber tires.V
Anna Simpson of Tallahassee are Mrs. Fred A. Mahan, left Friday for noon, April 16th, at the home of Mr,. U. S" synthetic 141
spending this week in Monticello vis- Providence, Rhode Island, to spend (continued from page 1) Jim Cook. Mrs. J. R. Hughes, Si, tires are good tirs!
iting C. A. Simpson. the week end with their son, Allen of last session is now chairman of the and Mrs. W. D. Sawyer are co-host- M
Abbott, who is leaving soon for over- Rules Committee. He sees that the esses. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Bell of Pear- seas duty. House machinery is kept in gear.
son, Ga., spent the week end with Speaker Crary looks to him for the The Nosegay Garden Circle meettheir daughter, Mrs. Parkhill Mays, routine motions, recognizing "the ing will be postponed for one week.
and family at Miccosukee. gentleman from Jefferson" each day It will be held Monday, April 23rd.,

Dr and Mrs. C. L. Mitton of Chi- Crops have not been hurt by the when the end of the calendar is at 8:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. S.
Dro .af MseC.iLg Mitton ofk ati cool weather for the past few days. reached. C. Walker. Mrs. J. L. Hunter and
cage, after spending several weeks at Everything is growing beautifully. "Sometimes on his feet when rec- Mrs. Billy Bulloch will be joint host- s S."
the Dixie Hotel ,have moved to their ognized, sometimes huddling at his esses.
grove west of Monticello and will Mrs. J. A. Boyd has been spending desk with colleagues, Mr. Simpson SYNTHETIC
ma few days in Quincy with her daugh- always moves promptly for adjournter, Mrs. Dewitt Owens, and family. ment, his tone deep thioated and Thle Mignonette Circle of the Gar- TIRES BUY WHERE YOU SEE
Miss Bettilee Bird will attend at, qu a f iiet. den Club will meet at the home of ARE GOOD THE U.S. TIRE SIGN
Hi-Y convention in Thomasville to- 45 o'clock
Mrs. Lloyd Taylor has returned "Widening his sway is the confi- Mrs. T. S. Braswell at 4:4 o'lc
day and will remain over the week M r bold Memor hspturn den ing hi ais the co- Monday afternoon. Mrs. Norbert Ste- TIRES TIRES ARE SCARCE
end as the guest of Miss Billie Pow- fromr Archbold Memorial Hospital in dence won by himi amocng his col- pesadMs aknHnlywl RCPI IE
ell. Thomasville, where she' was a patient leagues during three previous terms. phen and Mrs. Larkin Hundley will
elor te as hsi i c co-hostesses.
for ten days. This is his second time as rules chairEdward V. Oglesby, U.S.N., who is. man. Mi's. M.en BrseasMr.C.t
now stationed at DeLand, Fla., Mrs. Annie Grag spent last His steering of the two school bills Rankin, Mrs. John Kelly, Mrs. B. P. I AMOCO SERVICE STATION
here on a two weeks leave visiting week in Atlanta visiting MVlr. and -the foundation program and the Hileman, and Mrs. E. B. Bailey, Jr., J. B. TAYLOR, Manager
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ogles- Mrs. Emory Morris. Mrs. Morris has emergency appropriation for the cur- will have charge of flower arrangeby. been ill in an Atlanta hospital, but is rent term-did not stamp him, how- ments for the circle flower show.
improving. ever, as the sole floor leader of legis- Mrs. Henry Malloy will give instruclation in Mr. Caldwell's program." tions on judging arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pugsley after Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Foster of
spending three weeks at their plan- South Jacksonville spent Sunday with '^^ ^^ tation, Edgewood, on the edge of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Monticello, left on Tuesday to re- Charles M. McClellan. Miss Norma turn to their home in Connecticut. McClellan is spending her vacation at home with her parents also. On the way refresh yourself. Have a Coca-Cola
Mrs. Lucille Simmons had as her
guests for the week-end four soldiers J. I. Groom has sold his mercanfrom the Thomasville Army Air Base. tile business at the intersection of They were Sergeants C. B. Wilson, G. highways 500 and 96 to M. M. An-A. Potter, Blake Walden and Sam derson, Jr. of Monticello and D. H.
Walker. Browning of Trenton. The new
name of the business will be BrownMrs. Corrinne Linton of Pittsburgh ing & Anderson. Mr. and Mrs.
Pa., spent Monday in Monticello vis- Groom will return to Tampa, where iting Mrs. Willie Pearl Taylor. Mrs. they lived for several years.
Linton is spending some time in Tal-r/. lahassee and in Panama City xehere Subscribe to

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thiatle cl co s thoser eleveI the sa mpair th edal a te.a which ~ ~~ en toddt abg uGai ow hoetwo are o see m, ifwls you ga caaleo avoi it AD WE1 HOE~.,parsn~fl p~t~j~ Saurdy akig Hommae Bea the mist af denten calrmuhike SOMd GOODNESS incos-tth

ci ppm associaed ithh h advan ct
ht e l s e app etiite, you m tck waxed petiteth,
~ o d tar hich te preent BeerageWith he n al c ae algreat coy towtels Patry b19oa beo oin g IR PErOsIFIr

0l patated tonue sired feelingrgig 1Ab
out intoa dersin Headachehesoud, ichs
lbalnat afe eneve- fold a sikiengivuer
iene.I sevrs uralg ia gn ao k w
litlthe or n g ipe GiveniGe esisti an 3. andt ovnat od sRIN
aboutOT becus it'soeas tocpe buy ow repetel renewedth braa 1:E.STIFE BY FITS HEREL

giathi Ldesclledants.t had bees Mact add to the dsnn K
the LeDBk Breads shul be lih and all find God hisp'mnorts oA severe ch fc H
tenld w manu sthe and eedtht ieeni
Har do may have to dor conayif you fw fbeat, ay Iesugs
instruC A election. armanya the cok kpti recip forin swee douhhro ies inshp the washer sep-be h mldei ao

alt o we. urgef yougu tot trysi B-L rte eivesI ur dy o
whoO With have baker -re bread th tht' a f8it on neid f ttblFO A
first timeat B-Lv PEiy aAtPaAtR
eno ughg Cug far resusaks owat a cofs overe r whe sne to be aked with OF PRFt
Knedin isf impotant bt thi is. 3o doetwetrlsobsed woar thei mer orm good ao hamr hvod te inD place wihWHfigan

oto diey ack.iuits Ued bkpush-odtio Swe tough ns H dantefl urpose an oa tcT rss s
ings th heel part of the pldon 2Cakest-yeate (1)a Thrat' theey should be0the-repos Ifmore evenly, c alwges pae E

iny s corected.--Ady.s met in
intosged the doug and folin ovrRteupbuearm watter tor for Hisl trth(te Ol Treta andoh psrny a injred oling I PERONIIE
repeating theer proc esoer and kover 1cupamilklient, in thvenfl ear; s (2) e thaot th g er.srteduh o' H L
again.od One&o eslt. italis or nth n ro- Recp butri rbsiue G sshol be:2 the chane forenath Gom- tik
tineaou, there' ainds sof fascitin bu cursgapeagftel pesnalwedeemertorhem ToculRGeaheAtaIhsNeeE
g-ro a b ue fo al-U good bread. can't be hurealog cl mil.oddebuterysho arovsyrup0 butnfaileddincthealas. t, a aren own tthth rwtigo CRIIDB T

Boryheta t.Tsog should he 1ih tn edr t 2 eeason sato e5mnts arth;ll (3) iled t at d hysod bea pat do'amagd byio' w aater sprin l it A E.R
keneded cuntsatin and smaoothcke. 2f yulkrsofeggsrtclal tionalf winesoto thet oevtu ieryi f a ll wint salt ahnd tshasslkelby _______________WiOT nttron hury upe the riosin kee cus renie for aog rmiste naton oftetathhoe aseor. overAI aa hot radiatorai f
~~~h sm hymyhv tcm hv tepeatue shouldt beeafatre yoandnsaltl ato undtilmae Wder God judgme foraethat int' aenoc yourt heav bathon tow hobl* :
Kunonhveaisia, g 80 iprto t degree s /, luk eam Adde 2ols ndt failue. entersio od alongmeahl siem ith pac bind- fryiooind

n cissnatt absehold youeti andrs you If you wa to avoid the s- ha wel A S AL e

AImillidisomet fow9 ea aandtiunodnetfrbedriin.cp'lusn Oeine a Opruit n foeic ae.Srntes ATSPI
SIngiMeOFM YRRai It pan ti s trak i a dd al t our 2 ( at 7:-) them fo the hls oi s r
ol nestrieete an Oxid add softene yeast t s for 40 years-si albl w

1/4are-ae and strained muscles. istuh teOd et- n rvetmnya nurdfn
ratie te oes ixng.Ifaddd oat- Aba we ik et n t ourth a2 t' teym an osgv te ubn ar e arola rgstrso rt

again. aOnnyadantcoubtof burna, egg and M afe shower bh Spurockuta Co., N i Term.
ainnoe, f rges a cdoarsi tu nd a Mix thor nd o evern a hogh e r that oak andbivyepoisonn
rhythmeas tfothe.fTrstdouthlshdoesn't Iteaspoonsaltearth;_(3)_thattheyshouldbeana._dam agedbywater,_s]___it

naee r untt ative sun buasrithe ougn, Adoman suffrss a trialn ande oeWATp Oe Dkr't tts asept o over 50 yerss. b ma n fo rt me ao ft h d th o s o he iati. f

onn admgcg bread Iit we sponeen evoer Skad nil sAtthee igresed lgt told ig th ngs for tos
paw.e today ae drugstr Two teprcsssure shusd beinl ak-dTurntouto igtlyoue hornBber hisrygreveals that odRifoc deur hev bat towwoz o tyo r ne er n d 0 h tter-lk e gmxtre beh- lewinbul. Punc do n Sh adfilresapen enceh sid wit sa bopnded by Nath inewt oa ii

de n fre or inreadrien
Sh e- o t ote gosocmro rnngter, a ntIectiosa kC
arecoimobin oc, n rait adnre CAo ta l rs t fufilmn of the po s He thelcause ot e r y le an s wut srely cry e
wit ht k it n theast-atriao all Place 3;n geased b s sam a et he a no live to see W ard at o fo millions aloahae atace6
sesth sea, T y b tteIngri t ted t m iients d e B a gg n k n dew vew a tho ug b e o, elz n that stm lts tre man ce n igta s l-cd e s i
(Se Recoe Below)erm

and Bak intesadsal elintion Ci t
Vns t attacaYOUsye ano If you want to fin tor s he wit sug- untlh d b d houl e t Cinaio thuse and orgrae
d er, her is a gooa there's nohi mdng oe (

*E&1tefitbtl d nraie minutes hnte ,'mae (sue in Heb d 1 t:9a1l) being obyurdugeor-ody
.fanlik freshl bakeduned
= ywa ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ b e d w ith d r -d e t wi h u u st o r h si ai n

ford makin bread 50yas0bed m inute four offee caksf 15to 20 ithe child yre eawhi h a od d o det- ,- xesaiiy t.Ge akg fCayW trCytl
%uiierwng i ,y r .es sre fet ingoll. Her is a lo for us or th
MEMMMJ ing milkd 1 rih tdie Seweet sDongh today and the ms in w

m a ca seosy p m p y d li ht corn t sup o e oneywl, c ove n d ie appreot h en h e gracnqe sto in G od e i fors lifeag contain a co b nto f mi easp o u e
wor lon tmbtulsco- 4eaon atlk 2itr able spooblk n h rtdoange rinde andc eie will blessnde not onlyr us, it oari
little orink nothi
a wt an tablecsp s so easy to buy is lgt punch down but our children wPs 137) For
Bngredens aroe bed aa n e. 2 crest 1 ns. rol t tentre, sakes we ough to seek to in- iski
te nd u e rt tired teelng cu yestd antd flavorp dul .sptu e r i g t
intutos .f d s H ht h k cef Manys areestiv the, conooka
wo makiia nc a (w 9inhes havee Spread wito famile Crinl e baked dre ora the
Kn Ead ifted nrtad bur thni sprs o rang hing to b their lv yEud d stor today.
nota Sadmilk. Isd isroe b s-honey.yRolush-lly roll 37 a leso for us. Our fa in, shorte ing o w o uin seai edge Cu toOay nt eable heel part ofw 'vta gaforman cauncoic, an th iunghc sn ces oPlaee cu sid down the grthenad fnenssoo ones S a lo ies fqunls a r e p w ea in ast t p s o r od o

clee illfnally of sevrte chroea hch hs benwllresdm ffnpn.hoe.ncss but olr ne cPan be:1) detr
q~lmtplsar softeilgined inc y es tabla a l r uidi hulk- mn by the g e G tb
Ihtinewar a kind of Bat ig a m t oe 2

Trke untni satiny and many oh .h h
~isame rii star ame are yomto'y B- Ad f tloury grad e- m in e observ tha hurt Abrah a s riidn

In withr thses ner-i al miigltk Adyusll vratony forlelog:Ad neoee up thel whole history ofW 1-O W Z J
ma ans occur. InEAtion, phrogess. twe 2 cps rain togeo.nd tnt ble an ueule to thet sonng
nmThe temperatsatisfactoryeresults

swD = =on rxeba. cuti, nUedogissifplconlgtyfordDghadhkintolaefonaonfIreahsoyntyt tiffas frequently. bdd to warm and knea0 t atn a rin bre. P concude by any 85ens. Th nFa
No ~ ~ ~ I yoi want ton avoid the darkncstr
&Ejy 'or con streas intbread adde all th floureoen20to2

Pace inmgreed how. Cadered at- 1 8 i ko
let rise in flour gveaaicore(xea
A bled in bulk. unatrchve n Lte rise 2theon bkn ode21)

hTwo he n are used in to ma
~~ T~lE FLE~~j in equad. portion songe echor- 1is~deso eesebfrhoni

lor in a ath te ll. Ciet or Syrup orgho is e e efe um rxetuwsre hisbeAsoola tha let rie1PtR5miue.PodinoARAuTikIoyofGdsOelngNih sal
211AI gYo stifatoy es lts tovesh. Plaento rae pan 3up tasons sorutein Se traesing th e ulnesdow touh Abtraar ow iroeybac. Cutin: anedo lethrise dfpaeoubledhtinbulk.e Siftutogetheraflourtbakingvpowder hamino Isa ,ao an Jitroh e
amV as Ziredud.Aforebohr ngrkeadientisa l cobned rii ra.cnlddb n en. TikU

tht. I he siht smetho ballQuickCoffeCaandsalt.oBeatueggaddisyr
ingredients resd co e av

let7 ris and a ampaeutldu Isrfteg lend thoougly of plenty fourth IEt uilthycs rY40
If you lyinn S : A to flour onus r sug-t e7pi

enough2 tesooin lour Poroe the n ossess ion of thir whoeriacwa h ee i pigod ie tf ol lo
RRY TH 1EAS equal(Mrtkes. 4R-ound lo aes)or

varied7 manyA ti edogvra- e aey h t v n (0 e r e ) 2 fte vs of hefe se pifo ne te oufaihlhn o n ie ol a et e d ul- uc eie a d esh
Here re svr gup light corn syrup or honey

suggestions:~~~i (FrCfe aehr cor s ew the hfilrs-o
4t uepoon sua, tesoo 2 cup c od o thes me when ft God, an
leaed orane peead t tablespoons shorteningThecight ictore they ga 2a espsrewater

1d t upo s raged enicedn top fl otter or b titute w
Scal milk. Addt syrup saltp ik ha ,Iaa ,J cb n osp ,h

s h o te n i n g do r i n g w a t e l s 1 l u k 2oo rl g h r I n s e o t r o i e s t h e
F O R a n d i t c h o u o fo u r b u r n sw a o f a i n g t s y r u e s s e n t y m n f f a t f o r G h aH

DRUGGSTS ~ ynn ays:werereadyto bebrouhtPubint
which ha been burn co'i and

~~~we Te.Isatspi cinls pos o pns butrwThe 4table- spreadt ovr bottom oferi greased thea d rem ale ste of~ heroe ofke VITAMIN At ANl the AS Why, idea s t od mkeuhe ti~~asu ~netsnweee h pons rpo sgrll a cup nut-befre paour inp battr finmoah fndain Hebews 11e (se vvy A the Bo C.ML.X sishddnt.dts ryeadsy with m
btl ad o h io ets, o ppeds and cofe cp s coco-l Cinao n rumble pg.s 17-2) Th td ol ems hmnt iet aehtrlsteedylm elwbres Y.sed
e e d inu ser

.~~~~~~~~~~ns~~~~(o Cfkthnednrey'A u.Sred o ofe ck ut 2tbep o ffeuter orke susitt sh e doast n thic aweuliv fares nof ~~~ 4bsaratisepbttle 3r a i fe miutesubefre, tfne 2 tablespoons suga pionopdcokdapios r t eer days ihn they usualt sens, buand~s ~fe lukewarm water

gatho oale poons b thle- pup dre pies th toise SEND
do g is suga, plac tables poo floured to t p c n a o Him in a b d an brulse rkl7OR M
ta n kead un a on and Mall t ter wt au ftut wo d the re ae sir
Plae your barkne wli h tn Ls

mets Sprinkl on to otqik carlspcrums. Srn kl o r at wn Inie as C hrin wile likey b rahm Ihoe.o~lase FSicun yello
ith utofbuns ucof cakhte.erbfebaing. syupearentheall e of Godand o Gout Ins laeYEtAFO eBK'asNO THA slT HASelce-box1019 0
e q u ala s e d b y Re N e w r i fp o r ion s Rou nr u p e a c h oo r a i m~
whenevtio into aeor smoothg ball Coverr and on nHbes11(e v edr
3F.". brde bndsfa helet. ri e a ton 5 ominues Mold insto 2tbeposbte rsbttt h asi hc elv r o o .Sn
smoseloaves Plac intaba grese pansey A
annaar stit-ivril str rut 3e; a let rise u t il deoube d it bulk. 2 t bl s o n u a p o e r d y i h s a en e ur .

1 .aa65 cm~ry 0$125. bting recip frorn rolls roiler becpforte aedy hnGd scligef
&.1s anaker vaied ma t e os bto ier vi- 12c p d y b e d c u b o e in er f f ih t e v -pr er
ety to rol andd le coffe cr isdkes. 2for
Mix4 cup sugar, 2 tablespoonsflu, 12tapo hnm kI vx
gted pong el cnan 2 n table-gte it ok ni ord hreaesirig dy
9 ~~~~~~~~snserange j/ u chn ope o- of- so h osstnyo ha o h huc fCrs tAdal hsiaisgih fee cake during theh las 10ea minmeats, chppke and in cupvn. coco-e Feshmun'ie
aoffew minue befre itr fmishesg erth alo GdBdg oti aeletAeksupyepsnh
bakingaand brow underr broiler. ovn oeiecet Hm

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 13, 1945


?? ~AGen'eral Quiz

U O r t o eWam hy are dykes usediaalIV land?
SPA Y2. From what tribe of ___an did the Dutch purchase the ste
of New York City?
3. What is a noltroon?

WATS B BODYROGRS5. Military training in prrim
THREE OUTS ARE THE RAY MACHINE! Y'LATER! level and without dyes woefs be
MADE CNE-- flooded.
HMP2. The Manhattans.
SALP 4 ( UM3. A coward. 4. No. Lieutenant means 2nu
.\ who has authority in place ca!
superior and was used &-rt ts
____________________________mean those serving the Znrsve
t~ I~ (~___mont or the church.
( 5. In 45 major countries, wfeM
is voluntary in only I, osdi;
'\ Australia, Canada, Great Britaim
~and the United States.

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lights, Feb. 1945 .sta Eio.r36.61B909e city water Dpt., water 2.27

Sociy7850 Simmons City Drug Store, 911 L. R. Rainey, en w ke. 2.49

Modymonn oudsvea n Clre iiptont the variu 789ripsiesupie .5 1we'ven esC. rpis 53
comtte wt their drugs at jail a .C Et.o 1.80 912 Fla. Power taLight Co.,
* 1U UU7851 The Corn. Off. Supply Co., I lights -1.49
toEDUCATION & TRAINING supplies .68.35 913 Burgan Trctor-Equip. Co.,
U mu -~ parts.20.30
T H E LEF F- E -R S O N I A SIGHT & 7k5 R Hal tedn 9148S. L. Long, feeding convicts 27.75
CourCourtt,.who.are.the.i 915 Pope' Garage, repairs Mcs29.59
hH. Saus, attending 916 Southeastern Tele Co.,
Sniormedli Mg.R r Lintonhtsd.ct Circuit Ct.Wakul5.00 phone rentThen ae5.60

EM ma la Pa te Jo er ead w l Bet STel ni gS hadows begn to fl lh t we se
Nell C o urottk r Edi tor E m a SPatr WN tiiall Kour s p 917 J. D. Goldberg, su plis la n te10.46
IEditor-in-Chief-Ava Ruth Sawyer Fbhoit 195h.098R .Dvnslr
ly to eno A y Asistant Editor-Beverly Patterson Now that the play's over, we're re- I I II water, e.
Bynli SSociety Editors-Nell Whittle, Maylaed and are looking with kee anMody mrnn on svrlI An participation to the various trips we've TEMN EYES AND EARS Feb. 1945 .29.28 919 Irvin Gardner, do 113.20

Judy onio d Joker EditolrkEeanrFlo. togtada h tan fAl
committees with their heads together Class and Club Editor- Violet High- heard rumored that the various class- 7856 The o,. & W. B. Drew Co., 920 T. B. Clark, o.y r108.30
to select candidates for the My tower es are going to take its on. Even DAVENPORT, IA.-The value supplies.61.52 921 Bill Jenkins, do.85.21
Court, who are the following: Typists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia H r now we can see the sun brightly shin- Of teaming eyea and ear in ed- 7

L u i lISm o s R o a d H u t r S onsor Msha r.i sty fv r t eeli b ec u e nex t ye r w e it o s rl e v n i h r c g i i n 1 8 7 L e f s u p y C 2 m c e v c S a i n
Seniors Intosh. ingngs overa the depbu aeseo in virtually every ajor university Supplies.11.07 repairs.3 9.71
Emmala Pate Joe Treadwell Circulation Mgrs.-Robert Linton, W kla S rn s Thn s te ev- and u melirous smaller institutions, 7858 William Bryoxie., al. Sal. 923 Monticello Milling Co.,
Nell Whittle Hoot Walker, Betty Stokely fIn shdw beitoflese ofigrlannas elasn janitor. 40.00 supplies.13.80
Beverly Patterson George Arrants 'Gossipe ourselves piling again into te cars public ad parochial s
EvlnBar110eNoe' Gus Boland cruising back to Tallahassee; some throughout the nation. 7860 T. W. ShumaHn, wood Bridge Fund.87.09
EvlnBarHoleNee Love-Lorn-Bettilee Bir~d singing some thinking their own Rveaidre has disclosed that the for Jail . 36.00 1Warrants Drawin On MtesFn
Juniors overwhelini majority of peple
Joke Editor- Eleanor Folsom. thuhs n stesriso ud are 'eye mindd"-that is, they 7861 J. R. Cooksey Jr., Geni Ct. 755 Mis., Esther Kilpatrick S 4.00
Gwen Hatchett Hubert Clayton Spanish and LtnEto.Evy Lang Syne come to, memory, our learn better and faster when they Wk. Feb. 194 .,.7.00 756 Mrs. LC.lE Stokr80
Lati Edtor-Evlynthroats tighten and our eyes have a see the subject mratter.N Only a 7862 J. R. Cooksey Jr nqes 52.00 757 Mrs. Walkr.6.00
Joyce Cooper Henry Reams T aBlairc
Lucille Simmons Ronald Hunter Sponlsor-rs Batrmisty feeling because next year we comparatively few persons are "ear 7863 T. B. Bird, inquest .3.60 758 Mrs. Minnie L. Brisonl.4.00
Spooe----won't be doing this. muined"-thact is, have the ability 17864 T. B3. Bird, insanity case 2,()( 759 Mrs. Blanche Clark.6.00
Sophomores ______ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~to absorb and retain through hear- 76 r .B rnod. 1.070Ms a asal.20
Oirgtdo Mclellah Billy Floyd TecesWe had a class meeting a week or 11mg alone. '7866 Dr. L. Drewso, do .1.5.00 761 Mrs. CMaud Mall.00
Virginia McIntosh Jackie Hamilton Teachers But whn sight and sound, s
_____so back and tried to decide upon the exemplified bysudmton pic- 7867 J. R. Cooksey Jr., trip to 762 Mi'S. Mary 14. Normcan .2.00
Carolyn Prevatt Robert Dixon Perhaps one of the best teachers db on nt
Caoy Frett ober Dioverhp ton ofl theg bet teachs gift we're to give Miss Knoblock,' tures, are combined, the learning State Hospital.22.25 763 Mr s. Mary Brown.2.00
Freshmen ever to. w oh f class night. Because of the opinions, rate and retention value, are in- 7868 The Monticello News, 764 Mrs. Amanda Green.2.00
Patsy Wright Eugene Blackmon MHS is the one about whom I'm as usual, nothing definite, was de- creased far beyond the Orthodox supplies.4.50 765 Ms. J. M. Hightower. 2.00
Mary Nep Bishop Sammy Plaines witing this week. cided upon. At present Ava Ruth teaching methods. Hundreds of col. 17869 Thle Texas Co., fuel oil Total Drawn onl Mothers
Frances J. Sauls George Mills She does a great deal more for ouraandrViiareSwoi'king on a skit for class legjs.are.using.standard.16._i.i-.
Lois Henderson Billy Dunlap school than some of us ever stop to night, which will probably be a eqimn tojil. .3 0 .S42.00
Watch for further details and right realize. In fact, we never seem to scr judging from those "wil eduion, an in additon dmn of 7871 5. .Te ,po nt 71u
here in the Jeffersonian you will find notice the good she really does nor women."t have estal isd visaly edu Total DSa. ETo Coehne r 8.0Fn
tsMay Court itself later, so buy YOUb how kind she is. In the past weeks we've heard a cation departments where the new Revenue Fundupon-the$1,143.96 e 766 E N Stpes Sal. & E19.
a paper each time! Maybe if wve would stop arid take lot from our former clatssmnates, techniques are taught to the edu- Warrants Drawn on Fine & .77ElsieLobSevcsHm
stock ofourselveswewouldunder-Gift cators themselves. Lv Miss sKnob
Sla A pioneer in the modern concept Dern. Agts. Off. Feb. 1945 25.00
Soothing Sally stand her better and be more aPPre- and a number of others. When one of student education and training 4660 Fredericka Cook, services 1768 Miles Groover, office rent
diative of her,. thinks of it, it's a great disappoint- of educators is the University of Ct. Reporter. $16.00 Feb. 1945.3.00
DearSoota Not many of us are possessed aith ,et to them undoubtedly, not to be Iowa at Iowa City, which Organ- 4661 Clyde H. Sauls, Cim. Ct Total Drawn on Agriculture
earSas profound al knowledge of things able to be here, June, but in memory ized a Department of VisuI work.91.95
I am heartbroken since my two about us as she; nor are many of us they all will be. struction in 1917. There, as in 466 T. B.- Bird docke fees.46.005
true loves have gone, Bill B. and embodied Nvith as kind a spirit of Pretty soon we're going to be spon- numerous similar institutions, a 4663 J. R. Cor, oke Jr.,6.0 Report of Receipts, Exipenses, etc.,
.Now my trouble is: shall splendid film library covering a
Alo A humanity. soling a show andt a chapel program wide variety of topics, is maiin- fingerprinting prisoners 8.00o of T. B. Bird, County Judge for' the
I grab Robert D. or Jackie H.s? Please We owe her a great debt, and I'm and a j dance. But in a later edition R. Cooksey Jr., advise m e what to do.ater, s b you
Wistful Oulda Sur e as we look back upon our school we'll tell you more, to schools, churches and other re-. servant hire & guard 841.00 31, 191-1 was presentedl to the B3oard
Dea Witfu Qudadays, she will rank top place in ourt_ sponsible organizations and indi- 4665 J. R .Cooksey Jr., feeding according to law and was, ordered
Dearmemories. vidus i the state and adjacent Slprisoners105.00 filed.
You're really a sad case op' girl' To mre, she possesses physical beau- Tres V's territory.4(6J.R okeJrIPptof ecisxensec,
Butdo'twory wth llyor haay1 t ad ro te nan tins hes This university' and its sister 4666 in J prisCoese J Reort of Receiptske xpesesr etc.
Bu don' heartr, e w ith cel yo hr tywo rmtemaytig h'

btre Iawydonatshooesebe Te, Trs.' colleges are preparing for the day hnln rsnr.1.5o .C akr a sesr o
you just don't have to worry aoud a d held their monthly the 12 Months period ending DecemAlton A.drd Now my trouble o 14s: shallok J. Ws

grabbing a man 'cause they're suespiritual beauty. meeting on Tuesday, April 3, at thel service men flow back into the halls I & Capias. 287.40 her 3,1944 was presented to the
to ome. flcigaIona h esiSesatahrwo ,froe oeo isSisn of learning and by their very rum- 1 4668 John H. Shuman, conviction Board according to law and was glad I've gone to school under, The meeting was called to order bers, impose a tremendous strain I f ees. ~ _115.00 drdfld
DerSohn because in her classes I've learned by the president., Oulda McClellan.1 on nation's educational facilities. 14669 J. R. Cooksey Jr., trip St. Report of Receipts, expensaes etc.,
Herotcang ISpllytrogh To a elf-control, courtesy and many of the 'After we had the business, several I-~------------~ Bd. Health. 56.38 of Clyde H. Sauls, Clerk Circuit
How an pul troug ? oda I f iner things of life, as have many of girls told us about some of the Rom.160JR.CoeyrCutfrhe2 insprodndidn't get a letter from the Navy uls. ans' customs and ceremonies. After L ast MlonthIs Ml~inutes 4670 J. R. Coke Jr. 5 Ci't, fcmr he 1 1 monts peidendHe always writes every day but alas, All in all, she's more than a credit this we played games and were serv- I oa ie&Fretie _____to the Board according to law and
I~~~~oa grab Roer D.orrackei.tPlas

today, no letter! I've already pulled to M HS and one of whom~ the fac- ed with delicious refreshments. County Commissioners Fund.w$7,9 as ordered filed.
out three gray hairs. What am I to 1uty 'i proud-a great success $876.98
do ? _____arrants Drawn onl Road & Bridge There being no0 further business the
Mad about him-sad about him GON BUT NOT FORGOTTEN proceedings Board County Commlis- IFund board then adjourned.
Hear Dear a signers' Room March 7th, 906 F. & M. Bank, paid bills.$2.72 Approved: C. JO REAMS
Mad About Him-Sad About Him, Speaking of Tonothin' flushy'-o Not just ordinary common shoes '1.D 95907 Staqloard Oil Co, Mdse .75.16 Attest: Carmn
r908 J Clayton, repairs. 8.50 CLYDE H. SAULS, Clerk.
Sd tt But Some that were a flashy red and
hot these days that they just can't, dance one timie--it was just a Sport- greenI'heBadofClyCmison you throh the post office. YouAnd more fun, and even if it was for miles could they in County, Florida met
might try mental telepathy! raining eats there was just a huge seen. this day regular session
crowd. The faculty was well repre- After four years of weaw these boxes ing present Chairman C. J. Reams, Dear Soothing Sally, scented with Mrs. Edwards sponsor, Fell to Pieces and l had Commissioners I Braswell
wtopses E. S. Wright, Fred Stkley and h.rough It semsyou'e frgoten heearMis Stimson, Mrs. Baxter and Mr. But Lee Lee don't take it so hard, Gata.i iu vai
d 'Seniors but we're a heartbroken Hileman. We understand, dear pard.
lot. We still, come what may, have' Everybody had a gay ol' time doing -Beverly P. and Ouida Mo. Minutes of the meeting of Februno senior privileges! Just what must! thle grand march, Paul Jones, and ________1rythA.D195weeea an
todayth no leter I94ve already pulledn

we do now to obtain these traditional then those fancy contests. The first approved.
honors? We are really sad sacks so contest was a statue dance--this was The following accounts were examnow we turn to you for advice. 'won by Marriet Maynard and Jack ined, approved and ordered PaHim
The Befuddled Seniors S pson. Then the jitterbug contest Among the few from M.H.S. who Wairants were drawn for the several
Dear' Befuddled Seniors, I --it was just a whiz. Everybody was motored to Tallahassee to attend amounts, signed, sealed and counterJust try eating Wheaties every' so good that the judges called it a "The Thi Man Goes Home" were signed in open Board. morning for breakfast as the Juniors ti between Emmla Pate-Evelyn Elina Chancey, Ava Ruth Sawyer, Warrants Drawn On General
do and you're bound to get anything Blair and Mary Nep Bishop-Frances Alice Highltowei' and Wilburn Saw- Revenue Fund
you go after. J. Sauls. yet. dea
oIyce _____'owyaqie Next winter, file your a plication
lot. W brother, Johnny, arrived home Su 7837 comeBs what7m
weday and certainly is a perfect cherubtraditi T.a.lBishop,.3
PHONE 744-W~ ESTABLISHED 1930 Both mother and son doing nicely. 7838 Mrs. Ella0 Leeh Lod hus N OW
And now C. C. Shuman (Tippy) 7.SaMs.Elar F e 195.2.0ydv
no has been transferred into the Sea- All our wo adv
Christie Hall Business Machines Bees so it won't be long before he's 7839 ai. A. inayso; rent customers bought
g Feb. 1945 .10.00
20*.PR V. ALHSEFA Virginia McIntosh and Nell Whittle 7840 Mrs. J. M. Henry, Care Ct. us last year n h at st
owere seen on a shopping tour in Tally H. Grounds g8.00 New L. C Smiths can be had 7841 C. J. Rams salary to furnish them coal this year, are urged
Maybeay ifil weir would stop andtak

VICTO-ALLE WALE ADDIG MACINESda McClellan and Betty Stokely were 84Feb. 11945.40.00't co ei an heg vrm taScfound on thestrets of Thomasville. weBraswell, do.wod40.00 u -sign William "Possum" Bailey writes 783E. S. Wright, do. 40.00
WILL BUYs that he'll be home to receive his 784 Fred Stokley, dopp.40.00
CAS REGILS BA TYPEWRITERS diploma the est the class 7845 Grantham, 00.40.0

aut7846 E. W. Davis, care Ct. H.aAyS IeWIL a P J. A. Bradshaw was a distinguish- Clock.00 J. L. NpDiErRWe ed visitor at MH.S. lat wedeI. 7847 Clyde H. Sau'm, salry,

ty d Ruth Sawyert entertained with

a birthday party in honr of Violet GET THE BEST FOR YOUR TIRE CERTIFICATE
A ER Hightower's eighteenth birthday, on
AT E T O A M R !Wednesday night at her home, fol- Bimg your tire Certifi- Get the Most for Your Certificate
lowing dress rehearsal of the schols- cate to this store and
Make your own Bean Beetle Exterminator full Play "No Bride For The Groom.rhIeybs ie etteM s o oriiny
Those invited were members of the get
On account of Gas and Tire Rationing we play cast and Sponsors, as follows: the_1_1_I'll___;1_______fine things of lifeHarrington, Evare releasing our Formula to the public. Bean elyn Blair, Sarah M. LaVinka, Violet

Beetle Exterminator kills Bean Beetles, Cab- Hightow~er, Joe Treadwell, Pauline NOW STRONGER, SAFER THAN EVER BC .-rl
bage Worms, all Flea Bugs on any and all Hacr, Liorte n oo, Vnle X T
Garden Vegetation instantly. Also all insects F,, rnces P edNe n ~
toc yBo r ad neor Aimf wh tanhe "Hot" f
S r d uyer. Immediately upon dismissal of

Worms. Kills Chicken Mites and Lice, Ants the house
cs l o were then served ice cream and
and oachs. lso nsets o Flo ersand lleby Mrs. Sawyer, after, having
Shrubbery and is used for spraying Fruit sug"aptBrha'wile Violet No.fFoe aR-okCr-4
dancesroge onen timritwaijutussprt

blew out the condles. We played sev- 4mt < Heavier Cushioning-10% more rubr K 6.00-1 6:/
Trees and Cottonf Is easy to make.a
rainin catss ther was juste ae hugeetente odple!Etr ra

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cr wd Thec faclt wastit wel repreq alt,-ianeerbf

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i Wet or Dry Spray. Get this and help win the a
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Full Instructions sent. Money refunded aynard.andJack
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_____________________________________RANKIN & WILLIAMS, Owners MONTICELLO, FLORIDA