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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
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v.60 no.40 April 27, 1945

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

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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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MONTICELLO FHE RED CLAY HILL

The Great Middle SECTION OF
Gatea toE lorda THE MONTICELLO NEWS FLRIAL


THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 60. No. 39. IMlONTICELLO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1945 FIVE CENTS A COPY


John B. Taylor Is Singing Convention Member of Parole Band Award Late President Half of Required

Chosen Commander Meets At Macedonia Board Is Speaker In spite of bad weather Suday, Congressional Medal Pre-Renters Signed
.I the banld concert went onf as schedOtto W walker Post The Madison County Singing Con- At Kiwanis Meetmg uled. The following pieces were Legislation is in process in the For Frozen Lockers
veto will conves S y M 6 played: national Congress to authorize Piesvention will Convee Sunday, May Queen City ident Truman to award posthumously
John B. Taylor was elected post at Macedonia Church, located five The guest speaker at the Kiwanis to the late Franklin Delano Roose- Approximately 150 renters have
commander of Otto Walker Post No. miles east of Madison. Everyone is club on Wednesday was Francis R. t theAnchor Awenieignh edao oosie
49 of the American Legion at the invited to come and enjoy the day of Bridges, Jr., son of the late Rev. Gypsy Festival ocerin th froze food l pla
Francis R. and Mrs. Bridges, well pooe o efro ony n
annual election of officers held Mon- worship in song. announces B. I. Frnsn and Mrsides of Progress
day night at the Legion Home. Mr. known and beloved residents of Mon Sabo Associational Meet 150 more are needed before applicaTaylor succeeds Dr. F. J. Conklin, Green, president. ticello from 1919 to 1925. Headway tons can be made to the government
during whose term the membership Mr. Bridges is a member of the Assembly Hour Fifth Sunday at for priorities for the construction.
of the post has increased nearly 200 Florida Parole Commission and gave Orange Bowl Everything else is in readiness to
percent. a most interesting talk on the sub- Star Spangled Banner Ehzabeth Church go forward with the plans rapidly,
The new commander is a World H ect of Prole. He called attention The band has charge of the chapel said E. N. Stephens, county agent,
War I veteran and owner of a local W working to Finish t dollars and cents statistics ioe pro who together with the Monticello
tor th dollars and cet sttsisi gram April 27, and is giving an Th7ideFoiaBpitAs-Kiai lbi pnoigtepo
service station. He is a Mason and C.unty Next W the annual report, copies of which indoor concert at the elementary The Middle Florida Baptist Asso-Kiwais Club is sponsoring the proa member of the city council of Mon- CoN were distributed to club members auditorium May 11. ciation will meet at Elizabeth Bap-ject.
ticello. He believes that, since the parole twist Church for its regular fifth Sun- The plant will be constructed by
Other officers selected to herve The state census is about half- business deals so largely with human t day meeting, next Sunday, April 29th. the Bush Insulation company, and
with Mr. Taylor for the year 1945-46 way completed in Jefferson county, nature, every parole case should be State's 4-H'ers to The meeting will have both morning will consist of a group of 500 small
are: stated W. M. Scruggs, enumerator, dealt with on its own merits and ,And afternoon sessions. The theme lockers for individual family use, and 1st vice commander, J. W. Hamil- this week. Mr. Scruggs says that without "pressure" or undue emotion. Recelve Honors For Iii a after The Lthem large storage compartment for
ton the county workers who are engaged The selections, he said, should be' Rev. H. M. Hawkins is song leader. commercial users or large producers.
2nd vice commander, W. B. Ed- in registering the various precincts made without regard to color, creed Poultry Production The sermon at the morning session Philip S. Cole, representing the
wards outside Monticello are about two- or financial status. will be by Rev. A. M. Rowe. Arthur Bush company, has gone into the
Historian, C. I. Hatchett thirds through with their work, but Less than 100/o of individuals re- FourH Herndon will give the welcome to the
Chalai, M D.Waler For-HClub boys anid girls in this visitors and the response willb project with the county agent and
haglan M.a m Walkr A in Monticello proper about half of leased have been violators of parole. State who contribute to the war n v b t usselL Willi ms. tbe IeKiwanis Committee, and has asPost adjutant and finance officet, th onrmis ob one. Any parolee call "make it" if is fort by raising poultry for meat and sui'ed them that there will be no difEstimating that the county popu- mind is right, if he stays away from eggs will receive special recognition the afternoon programs of th
William A. White. lation will show a decrease of near- liquor and has a desire to work and this year for outstanding achieve- Womans Missionary Union, with Mrs. through for almost immediate conThe executive committee is Comn-tisya fo outndgchely a thousand since the last census, be law-abiding. ments. This is disclosed n the an- J. A. Zipperer, Associational presi- struttion once the required number
posed of Dr. F. J. Conklin, M. D.i atosn ic h atcnub a-aiig et.Ti sdslsdi h n denin clare and-ener ise assuredd'
Walker, P. B. Bird, J. L. Davis and Mr. Scruggs stated that the count in He mentioned a number of parolees nouncement of the new National 4-H charge; and the Brotherhood ofassured,
W Monticello may bring the number up who have joined the armed forces Poultry Achievement Activity, in Hon. J. F. McCall, president will be

TM W. M. Scruggs W to the point where a smaller de- and served well their country. Some which numerous merit awards are given. Rev. Alva Horton. will report prerte l con g use 300
The pos selcted W. deleScruggs crease will be shown. have been wounded and one made the offered on county, state and national on theSunday School program a pre-renters will contract for the use
and J. W. Hamilton as delegates toaebe one n n ae heo h lySho rgaad
The enumerators urge the coop- supreme sacrifice levels. Evangelism will be presented by Rev. from date of opening of the plant,
ration of every family in seeing Mr. Bridges is deeply impressed Awards comprise sterling silver a iand will pay a year's rental, from

I that they are counted in the census. with the fact that "we are failing to medals to five top ranking entrants y$12.50 to $17.50 in advance. The
Veneer Company s "'One person can make returns for prepare boys and girls to meet life." in each participating county, and money will be placed in escrow in the
the entire family and the questions The vast majority of those entering National 4-H Club Congress honors 4-H Club Planning Farmers and Merchants Bank until
Making Progress On asked are short and simple. The the Florida prison have no trade, to the state champion as well as $25 the actual Opening of the plant.
e men and women working on the have not been taught the value ofWar Bonds to the four next highest A Applications are being handled by

Construction Here census realize they will miss some hard work. Broken homes and the scoring members, all provided by the county agent's office and by
families in their rounds and they ask lack of homes account largely for the Swift & Company. In addition, $200 various members of the Kiwanis club
Florida Veneer and Lumber all who have not been enumerated to prevalence of crime, Mr. Bridges be- college scholarships will be preanted Plans for 4-H Club Achievement early one hundred were signed up
Th onatth oresintei epet to tenl selected from the state chain- Day onl May 17th are being complet-Neryoehnedwesiedu
spendd prg- ieve. Iat the meeting in the court house
company is making splendid prog- ive area, or W. M. Scruggs, Monti- I _vs pions. The activity is conducted un- ed by Mrs. Ophelia Wells, county. Thursdameeing ihen Mor.tehuse
ress in construction work on its new cello, so they can be counted in the !der the direction of the Extension home demonstration agent and 4-H' ursayev enin M e
plant here. The sawmill is engaged census. Teachers To Get teivice of the State Agricultural Col- Club girls throughout the county. showed a film illustrating the actual
in sawing out rough lumber for fram- The workers are: Mrs. Reichert, lege and USDA cooperating. Achievement Day will be an exhib- workings of a plant similar to the
lag of the various buildings and precincts 2 and 3. Lump Payment of Among the new activity's objectives it of work in all phases of 4-H Club one to be built here.
other work started. M are to encourage 4-H'ers to study activity-clothing, food, home imThe dry kiln is about one-third and parts of 2 and pecict Salary Increase scientific developments in poultry provement, poultry, etc. With nearly
completed and work on the veneer Splarn7production and to apply new findings 100 members enrolled in clubs in Jef- Churches Take Part
building is underway. The work of C. B. Brock, precincts 1 and 4. C to their own flock. Also, to acquire ferson county a splendid and varied
remodeling a small building on the W. J. Hatchett, precincts 9 and 12. Checks foi approximately 20 pr, a knowledge of poultry grading, mar- exhibit is expected. I Naion'sP
property which is used for the of- I. G. Royal, precinct 11 and part cent increase salarie for the cur- keting and merchandising methods. The exhibits will be arranged at
fice has been completed. of 7. rent 1944-45 term will be mailed to County extension agents will sup- the Womans Club House in Monti- i0o Cooference The plant is located on a four J. F. Colson, precinct 10 school teaches in Jefferson county ply full information. cello. Members of the county home
acre tract just east of the Monticello folwn th otn ftecuty____ ______Milling company s plant. H. H. board of public instruction next week, demonstration council will act as Monticello churches took part this
i is Presidens ofplantnew Homp Purple Heart Medal Superintendent Win. J. Bullock stat- Red Cross Program oetesses o he occsionmTh x rin a nation-wide service of Hinote~~e isi presden ofit thel new comp-d Pby women Medal stt-P og a prayer for the success of the United
any and W. F. Upchurch will be in who ede this week.ate Naibits willrnc beic judged bywoenfo
charge of thl mill operations. Is Posthumous Award An emergency appropriation pro- The Road Ahead By niticeo who re nott associated Nations conference which opened in
When completed the various build- -- viding funds for a lump payment of a rancisco dnesday.
ings, machinery and other equip- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Connell of the increase was one of the earliest Returned Veterans Special services were hld in each
meant will represent an investment of Lloyd have received the Purple Heart bills presented and passed by the leg- Methodists Hold church Wednesday evening, as the
$30,000. medal awarded posthumously to their islature. Jefferson county's share of Washington, D. C.-The Army conference on which the world's hope
Included in the plant will be facili- son, Corporal Noah Harrison Connell, the emergency appropriation was Navy, American Red Cioss and r ep Annual Official for permanent peace is centered,
ties for sawing all varieties of tim- Corporal Connell was killed in $21,388. Superintendent Bullock re- sentatives of industry will join fore- opened in the West Coast city.
her and sawing and processing ve- action while serving on Leyte Island ceived the check this week and began es in a new radio series, "The Road Banquet Tuesday Plan V-E Day Services
neer. in the Philippines December 11, 1944. immediately figuring the exact Ahead," designed to promote better ._Special services will be held in all
amount due each teacher in the coun- understanding between civilians and Th al f th 10c1 churches on the evening of the date
ty. These figures will be ready forreturning casualties of war, it washuc as held at e on which Victory in Europe is anthe board meeting next week and announced here today. The seiles church annex Tuesday night. The bounced, it has been decided by the
0 I C. uInteresting items of Jef- checks to the teachers will be mailed will be a regular weekly half-hour officers and wives enjoyed a very de- local ministerial association, of which
ferson County Boys and at once. feature over the full Blue Network, oicis suppes epared b te wo- Rev. D. A. Simmons is president.
Service C u m n Girls in Service. this brings the total paid county hegining VWednesday, May 2, at 9:00- licns super prrepAedfter spe Church bells will be rung to sumteachers for this term to $110,000.19:30 EWT. an hoof good chrhfellowshi p er a an urmon balls otew il service tofsm
"At last," said Superintendent Bul- The program will originate from a n or good fellowship was a n a 1 to the spcialservi sE
Lt. James S. Sledge has been trans- Field, Tallahassee, Fla. lock, "teachers no longer have a sal- different military hospital each week, inspiration to each one present r oand orpar for ththose ill
feared from Big Springs Texas to the Sgt. H-orne, upon entering the mili- ary complaint. The salaries paid with the opening broadcast coming The son o to the e and ndtle. Hondo Army Air Field, Hondo, Texas. tary service September 23, 1942, re- them are commensurate with those direct from Walter Reed Hospital, in held annual election of officers to
v ceived basic training ait Miami Beach, paid in other professions. We can Washington, and the second from the perfect the organization for another M
Lt. T. B. McDonald, Jr., son of Fla., later going to Amarillo, Texas expect to find teaching throughout Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, conference year which begins in June. Mahans Are Hosts Mr .and Mrs. T. B. McDonald, is where he attended airplane mechanic the state raised to the real profes- Maryland. Participants will be the y w
director of communications at the school. He came to Pyote in Sep- sional level it should be." wounded men themselves, assisted by Judge T. B. Bird was chosen chairnaval base in Key West. member 1943 from Bibank, Calif., I famous stars of the entertainment man; Tom Braswell, vice chairman; where he completed a course in on- world. David L. Winans, secretary; Miss H
"fM g n tion. The Road Ahead" will provide a Louise Sattler, treasurer, and J D. n
ferd A/c, EC ark, s een tran- REALTH N OTES platform for the casualties to tell then and u The SenatMr ti t lay leade
ferdfrom Boca Ratone Field to! Roland B. Colson, AOM 3/,U. S. people back home of their outlook for A motion wvas made and unan- ThSeao'FihFyabnil
MacDill Field, Tampa. Navy ,is nowv stationed at Masters Dr. F. A. Brink, Director the future and to speak their minds ously passed to request Bishop Ar- 'event at which Mr. and Mrs. Fred A.
Fiel, Mami taingspeialtranin -on the reception anid treatment they thur Moore, wvho is in charge of the Mahan entertain for the senators, FriiateJamseSlCd po t a rs pe l i nmnt. HRUPTURE, HERNIA hope to encounter in civilian life. Florida conference to return Rev. J. representatives, state officials and
Private J s Sd abar r ia aanAiation IThe series also will explore other L. Hunter to the pastorate for an- other prominent Floridians, was givnesaly night for Fort George G.married on Feb- Paul de Kruif asserts that there matters of widespread interest in the other year.MonMaryland after spending a furlough a t o Mis Ge Kila e a bout six million persons in the immdiatte o sainfthest votes o ticello Nursery company yesterday
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ruary 19th to Miss Geneva Kirkland w ern That s oe Immediate situation of the vteraus. afterno aandevenin a
A. E. Cooper. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kirk- in2.IPhtrtohlsfrJfe-titaie aron thes rwpitl one u- W ill Plan e ora In thle afternoon Mrs. Mahan en__ lndI of Tallahassee, who is now in 'n 23 htrtohlsoetir ieffr i- e thrttv tnteso itained the laishhnregMs
Miami with her husband. son county we have something like work of military medicine and on the r stertained the ladies, honoring Mrs.
Corporal Nicholas Slocumb has re- 500 persons in this county with a reconditioning facilities and methods To Late President Walter W. Rose, wife of the senate
turned to Fort Monmouth, New Jer- loop of the bowel protruding through employed in Army and Navy hos- president, and Mrs. S. Dilworth
sey, after spending the past fifteen M/Sgt. William 0. James has re- the muscles in the lower abdomen. petals and convalescent centers. New York, N Y., April 18.-Mrs. Clarke, wife of the senate presidentdays wvith his parents, Mr. and Mrs turned to overseas duty after a 45- Experience at the health depart- Bing Crosby and Bob Hope have Franklin D. Roosevelt announced to- designate. Mr. Mahan was host to
A. N. Slocumb of Drifton. Cpl. Slo- day furlough m the States. During ant indicates that the above figure been designated as co-chairmen of day that because of the many sug- the men in the evening, honoring cuimb is an instructor in officers the past 34 months he has served in is approximately correct. The num- the Hollywood program committee gestions as to the creation of an ap- Senate President Walter W. Rose and specialist school at Fort Monmouth- both the China-Burma-India and the her of persons who wear a truss has for the project, and will appear per- propriate memorial for the late Pres- Senate President-designate S. D.
North African theatres of war. He been one of the surprises of the cin- sonally on the series, as conditions ident Roosevelt, she has requested Clarke. Pfc. Herman Johnson, who was at- .xa IC.M1vo 1Patients heave been'
Pfe. Hera Johno wh at- wasstationed in Miai for the past ics. Many of our p h permit. Hospital locations will be Basil O'Connor, the President's long The fish fry has been given by Mr.
tacked to a meedical unit of the air loath, and his wife, the former Lu- urged to seek surgical repair and thus selected in consultation with the time personal friend and former law and Mrs. Mahan on the fourth Thursorwhas been transferred to the ci Stelts, spent the month there avoid the discomfort and the hazards staffs of Major General Norman T. partner ,and one of the Executors of day in April of each legislative year infantry and is taking six weeks' in-wi im of truss wearing and of the hernia Kirk and Vice Admiral Ross T. Mc- his Estate, to select a group of indi- since 1933. A full account of the
fantry training at the U. S. Army itself. Intire, surgeons general of the Army viduals to form a committee to con- event will be in next week's paper.
camp in England. Pfc. Johnson has Somewhere in the Marshalls (de- Of all surgical procedures the re- and Navy. sider what kind of memorial would
served on the contient and was with layed).--Marine First Lieutenant pair of a rupture is about the safest "The Road Ahead" was a year in be suitable. Sto k YadRet
the army in Germany when he was William R. Hancock ,of Aucilla, Fla., and simplest. Convalescence is rap- preparation, aind Basil O'Connor, nat- The committee will be composed of oc ar epor
sent to the base in England. who used to pitch strikes from center id and it gives maximum of relief ional chairman of the Red Cross, in men and women who, from contact Best steers & heifers 10 to 16.00
V field to the plate with Orlando in the anie Confort Even for the aged, (Continued oil page 5) with the late President over a period Medium steers & heifers 8 to 10.00
PoeAiyArFedTe.Ap.Florida State League, now is inl there those whose life expectaincy of years aefalirwthisIsBtcos--------9o150
Pyote Army Air Field, Tex., Apr. slugging as pilot of a Mariine Mitchell great, the repair job is well woith- of years, are familiar with his ideals Best cows 9 to 15.50
23.--The promotion of Corporal Basil bomber. The 27-year-old flier is Car- while. The returns in benefit far out- Local Negro Soldier and plans. Medium & common cows 5 to 9.00
Mi oreant wa aounc e rying out raids against by-passed Jap weigh the trouble aind expense. Mr. O'Connor is president of the Bulls . 8 to 14.00
rank of Sergeant was announced re- bases in the Marshalls. The truss business is a profitable Killed in Europe Franklin D. Roosevelt Library at Calves 8 to 16.00
cently~Leuenn Hancock .E.Ke, oou
na o e y o Lieutenant Hancock graduated one. We need not expect the manu- Hyde Park, New York; chairman of No. 1 hogs . 14.25
handing officer of Pyote Army Air from Aucilla High School and later facturers or the dealers to advocate Another negro soldier from Monti- the Executive Committee of the No. 2 hogs . 14.25
field. attended the University of Florida surgery for the cure of rupture. Any- cello has been killed in action in the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation; No. 3 hogs -. 14.25
Son of Mrs. Emma D. Horne, of where he was an all-state basketball one interested in having more in- European theatre of war. The War President of The National Founda- No. 4 hogs 14.60
Aucilla, Fin., he is a graduate of Au- and baseball player. As a profes- formation on this important subject Department oil April 11th announc- tion for Infantile Paralysis; and No. 5 hogs 14.60 cilla High School and a former civil sional ballplayer he was owned by should read the article by Dr de- ed the death of Staff Sergeant Joseph chairman of the American National Roughs 8 to 13.58
service employee at Dale Mabry i (Continued on page 5) Kruif in the April Reader's Digest. Green, son of Arthur Green. Red Cross. Feeder pigs 6 to 16.00







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- ~The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla., Friday, April 27, 1945Zrf _Harry S. Truman Sworn In as President I I VCLASSIFIED


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commiatte orrdere 15ie waned to out of
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c m r in order t r t This"I"Ie I-_ -,, "',o a w r concert tour and at o n
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lens s ifhe wre atorc-siner. Rosevlt a theChicgo srvicmen scentr, a othr mebersof th tioal westlngittleeis hmeeamJoneacaling RadocToer. s
Otherise t raks a an -i pc- amed orce loo on ournully As cmmaner i chif of he amed n Tusa, kia. Hehpomiss'tobeolndedtwodoursago.If nyuehereen
tur f President R se beam a favoorgureit in the to a pivatemsienc
sat n te iea f rlaxng e ,7 'i''W"i ' :X il lcte tat famioly n oane stood
eral inspection. He argued ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~n ap ta : ; Y;t,_-", :I, I I-I -wnbeawe lokn atusn this boxe ht osipto
,th hos said "S rey Mr Smet-, L o
federal~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ inpcto .us Sm-' : wodicretln" repie reverentlylok hgi




theel time!"acmbnain f


20s," scoffed Texas-bred Jones.toes. Aornews waitressok ate his favor-aedorcad ; I ,I. .1 I 1. 3:1 I iTe r E a nts broughth him frenchs mili nso
coudn' ch ng the order._.-. A 'I.
without~~W shngo reporter, seatedte nearIN1. 1 '.
ymj ~~by a', I -, h osed g er if she knewth elro
Unmresd she reuedt Vinsn areed "Ineve ha it nti1 r, p -11 1, .1 1ofthe cn in dohe cha n theirudwas~~~~u ever tim som contributor".,W 1 I I !
,.Iv ~~~~~t pr ,,,.1 ,". 5wy int itrsall oe again Itsabout
,~~~~~~s n Itzic. . They were strolling. 1 .11
w~~~~i the pak an th boy1. kep ask-n ae ny sdretd
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committee,~~~~~~~~~t ownn thek N.e.nerald Hr ,,I" Ie" 11Tecosadyp. .W had a h
digg ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a as long asr the memory ofte a ra- ,,, II1 ofcrwne o
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tak on bak Dn' us pton
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poultry.~~Senah ofr Los Angeleshee, 1-'; .1, ho orer th enin extinguish into; operaD-U GETI
meat ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tin But itace false toin work Stendahl head for Gum andwith ther planete od inst O CI NIGSIN
poultry ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i desperate i aea te condition" an emerg""p"1.Iency lanin wasn mad there Every-gergadig
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getting~Pot shows sevcee asn the drape ae pht of the lat President hi. tmut ae h
little poultry. -Roosevelt at the Chiago srIce e' centr, as ote mem er ofobl theketebloythns
He ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ re forcesd look ona mournfully.,"114 I 1 ;. As co made in che of. the armedhnthyhvetgttemit
taking~~~Th Engis are gigglte olty, .,Iing ove
; "- I Ill, .the cian ad dow the run-ran
in he elm rvaare ela are N~,, ,L ; : ,qitway i n g urui fo a Fpan e tin
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Th coo said yep ." hy",h
Vinso support Andrsontellng "f , , jiI,, offce wne d tllhv to ow. i e"I do'.n w i, ele h
the ar fod aminitraionGen-, i is who at hesing3 Bto d withai









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INSIDE JAPAN. The Jap high G~Alledarnarma da' ciiilswrigh o tses netbts a n v osn
command ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ becie eastre of theson Rhin river. ehm f uulfiedi, idadmabcAbtn Bth am wonder upaout Ging's fe h uealo h rhihp chpe ki.Isatietcato es
proud bos thatl thed Reic wouldna
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grad~~~~~~~~~Gl Mikles, 17yer-l freshmanee tshs 0yar ohaig rnk-the~~~~a Miciga State colee isera theasth n w adteadd Ad c
the~agi 14-pun clss He iso oneiofnth
grad, whch save it. Nowthe redYouget nthet ever p tot win animl na.f omlt
strength~~~tina wreslin tile Hi hom ise r ,::, ,,,
I~i Tusa Oka He"' prmie to. be. ,"
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the robo bo bigs "'I se it likel ,
F1~~~~~o trul to mak th blo , codtingso
on ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n th tetwe h on a- ,,11 -1, w*-I ,; e en Patey haetetnheit
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cists~~~~~~~~~~~Lodn and ife theyk dogo getet to Lon- ,",_,, e,. ""
,,,, ,111 house,1and even the m n itd- isn't l every
wh r I lie an if the do, it' 10 to "' "
I~~~~ that I woul be dow the cone in ,iX111M"


"',~~~~~~o Catruy Wiso Churchill, 'l," i" 1--,1 1
carved~~~~~~~asig said "Once agin thes wr K w ,1% naman~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~n ao graee bg bsns _,- r r ie.eat English an."d .s.o.Then
I~~i an asde Mr. Churchill whov% cred-.1
which long as leaned oward a p & 11.itsre hise70ayearsm oa ingi a dinky nryI eo a
negotiated~~~~~no andce then added "And once"X",,,- %', ';1'."
I- I i I ?-' ,,"e -. ary. . An crosedmet the untmel endeAmo ydiod~ of akcmpet

peror~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~tr of theeycn e Week The newest ,;,', "', ,, iOii mrc. cinta erisP1ece
* ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Geea Pato leen acodn to, --. ,,,, I l,,, .", ,- e oAcmlt.Frtuymn
jutrtre corsodns .
i, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ We the, Gem n cold-bloodedlye,, I e1 c hekdey ai o omy .,n , ~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ie ." .- ,' --_ C ,P1I II The n ote ihe PreachLedowl
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C Hadsom Seretay o Stae E 'it elP, , ,T, 3"e"Z", ,, 4 11 nan relayed the one about the bod






The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 27, 1945

w~ww Improve"""" ~ SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFT


J nin Filet Croche
HanDue to an Unusually large demrarnidvAan


JoplthAmo oieri charge.~~U ~NR;7R A IO A i th otppua atrnnmes
current war conditions,slightyinoaefscr
required in filling orders for a few of



fisherme tor t returnL tothswtes.De
barn carts from thet citya Majorr Jop-rs 13Y HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.



pol reclle thed order toti t permitcfood
THE STORY THUS FAR: The Amen,. to me. I miss her very much. She "It was to go to G-one of the Di- OfTeae Mooy Biber INespuer oUnio. Send your order to:



andeleasedtoyentsrerneNewspapermasion.
Can troops arrived at Adain, with Major has a mole on the left side of her Vision, sir."__________________Joppolo, the Angot officer in carge. Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
Sergeant Borth was in charge of secure. chin, but otherwise she is very pret- "Well, why didn't you send it?"56W.anopStChcg80IL ty. The Major was determined to re. ty. She is of Italian parentage, so "I put it on your desk for ap- Lesson for April 2956W.RnopStChcg80In
place the town be r stolen by the Nazis. he has dark skin like yours. In proval, sir." Enclose 16 cents for Pattern
He arranged with the navy to perit the some ways you remind me of her." Captain Purvis huffed and puffed Lsson subjects and Scripture texts a No.
fishermen to return to the waters, De Tina had been up at the He knew well he diin elected and copyrighted by Intenational
lookin ver pay Council of Religious Education; used by Nam .
spite orders Issued by General Marvin, stars. But now she suddenly looked as much attention to his desk as peorisoion. bearing carts from the city, Major Jop- down into the dark valley of the he ough to. "Well, let's sen it___ Addes




"Ig thought ant ftiout STTLEMENTyAN
polo recalled the order to permit food street and said: "Let's go in and of here. I want to personally see SETEETADSTRUGGLES Xa."'
And water to enter the town. Tomasino, dance." And she opened up the you put that thing in the pouch for IN CANAAN
the chief fisherman, invited the major -o a
to his home for dinner. when he ar- shutter dosadwnisdeM-DvsonLESSON TEXT-Judges 2:6. 7, 11, 12, 18, 73 "
rived he found Captain Purvis and the jor Joppolo went in after her. Sergeant Trapani sat right down is; 6:11.16. SphJ




Prsi gotely.adteMjrto o oaioswnadhewstesi ni n ptteevlp ods p
two daughters of Tomasino. captain Captain Purvis had gone to work and addressed an envelope, and put GOLDEN TEX-Be strong and of a




couragebbeutotourrselfeithehe ASPIRI
PTr's not mrucanhe to tell, he Tmsn' ie n ewsteslpi t n u h neoegldcuae entarnihrb
him omeeary, adecdednuisnceof im- n te wich as o lavethou dismayed; for the Lord thy God is . WORLD'$ LARGEST SELLER A
making pouch with thee whithersoever thou goest.-go oh
self, so Major Joppolo persuaded the next afternoon by courier for Zoshua 1:9. ~
CHAPTER XII him to go home. He and Giuseppe Division headquarters. He adled the Captain home, dressed the envelope to the wrong God keeps his promises. Israel
ou a Is as When he got back to his own vil- person at Division, but then, Cap- found that to be true as He brought
sola, and was undressed and in bed, ta Purvis didn't notice that, them into the promised land of
r fae ote I a Major Joppolo felt miserable. It A perspiring courier brought a Canaan. Those who rebelled against
wasn't until nearly three o'clock that note to Major Joppolo's office. Him had died in the wilderness, but
more autheyoursel she sid. he realized why. Giuseppe was It said in English: "I got to seen now a new generation had come
here'a ot ucheto ell,"dh right. It made a man feel very you in the immediate." And it was into possession of the land.




wherentc tootl, heav.
unhappy to be as far from home as signed M. Cacopardo. Here they met the challenge of the
"Did you go to one of those Amer- Not five minutes behind the couri- e tu or.
ican colleges? I've seen them in no, Italy. Puvser, Cacopardo himself showed up, all them as they trustee th od '~OW that you've discovered the
The next morning Captain dressed for traveling. He had leath-. Joshua, their leader, after faithful mN
the movies at Vicinamare." sat with his feet up on his desk. He er gauntlets on, and goggles up on services was ready to go to be with cam o rcee at
"No, not exactly. I went to school aprons, you'll want this one done
until I was sixteen. Then I lied wsergnt Trp wa s ouhouteoars.i his righadadht harrid mindedn the m u o e dpoiseand in filet crochet; easy-to-follow
about my age, I said I was eighteen office. Ts.apai sot of the daner of unbelie and chart.
so that I could get a driver's license orace Chc Chltzn wo was Con- The eighty-two-year-old man trot- Asour lhesonge opeunsle find the. a a WEO.-THURS.-FRI1.-SAT.
and take a job. I worked as a truck gurard "Tckhatzwh ajo Jpo onh ted the length of Maj .or Joppolo's of- peole sledn ten, as fard ase Handiwork you'll enjoy-a filet crochet 7:15 a. M6 (CWT); 8:15. M. (EWT




gually ITa goto aopl, job aspl aet cler ine aad sfa s
driver until I was twenty, then I said. "I was beginning to like him, fice, leaned forward over his desk, apron-inexpensive when you make it SUNDAY
they "Tyourself. Pattern 743 has directions; :5a.m.(CwT)915a.(WT)
had an accident, from lifting things but he's a wet blanket. I was just looked over his shoulder at Giuseppe I. God's Promise Fulfilled (2:6) chart. y.Fvf B tto
which were too heavy." getting a wonderful buzz on last and Zito, then looked at the Major The Lord had promised the land _______________"What kind of an accident, Mis- night, and he descended on me, and said in a loud whisper: "I got to them as they went in and pster Major?" ber as a whitefish, and he made to talk alone." sessed it by faith in Him. e
"It was a rupture. After the ac- me go home." Major Joppolo asked his interpret- fully kept that promise in the meascident I had no job for two months. Corporal Schultz said: "Was you er and usher to step outside. ure that they believed Him. They undred_______It is not very exciting to be un- getting buzzed on that Dago red?" "I have received a secret mes- never did take the whole land, but employed in the United States. Fi- The Captain said: "Yeah, there's sages from the Mafia," the old man that was because of their failure,H n S
nally I got a job as a clerk in a an old fish-hound down here. Giu- said, still whispering loudly. "I have not God's. .grocery store at twelve dollars a seppe took me to his house because the military secrets of where are The story speaks to us. God has Carrots with no tops stay crisp
week." the German troops. You must send provided a rich inheritance for the longer than those that have the
"How much is that?" your soldiers, Mister Major." believer in Christ, but it must be leaves left on.
"Twelve hundred lira." Major Joppolo said: "I have no appropriated by faith. How much
"Twelve hundred lira! You must soldiers I'm just the administrator have we taken out of the riches Turn the mattress every week,





htavesbe. ic."~, slies
"Youof Adano." we have in Christ? first from end to end, nexti
"No, Tina, twelve hundred lira is Cacopardo said: "I got to go to We are also reminded of the ab- side to side to get maximum wear
all right for Adano-" the General. I am ready." solute faithflness of God. There is and comfort from it.
"All right! I should say it is all "I will send you to the General little in this world in which we may
right. Six hundred is high pay. My 4 Mister Cacopardo," he said, "but i repose complete confidence, but we After oiling the sewing machine,
father used to think six hundred may and should trust God. He has stitch through a blotter several




"Well tht' hard tou expain too. sfaldayne n eWilC de
was a very good week-and he a very impatient man. If your dope never times This takes up all surplus
hasn't been out for a long time," isn't straight, he'll be very angry not fail us. oil on the machine and keeps from
she added sadly. aI don't know what he'll do to you, Man's Promise Broken (2:17, getting it on the material.
"But that's not so much in the but it won't be nice. Also, old mn, 11, 12). G0o 11
btaterI've got to ask you not t et m The people had Solenly prom- Daddy's workout shirts can be
"You mean everyone is rich In trouble with him. I'm alreay i ised to keep God's commandments have

"No, I wouldn't say so, Tina. It's ise me that you will be refulill ise they had renewed in response old, provided a little trimming






jus tht or sandrd f lvin isyou "to Joshua's farewell challenge (see and imagination are used.
higher than yours." "I will he careful," Cacopardo Josh. 24:20, 21). They kept their-s




"What does that mean?" said, "but the informations is im- word only as long as those who
"Well, that's hard to explain, too. portant." remembered Joshua were alive, viequlgart ok salt efloure pande



It's just that everyone has a little Mpop

"Wellfor Cacopardo and sent for a jeep This fall of Israel has its cowayunter. to ce bas, cer or t
more than they have here. They part in what is taking place in our
mostly have automobiles, in peace- ~' from the motor pool,.adtdy h ra aso e hour, rub off, wash with water,
better, everyone gets orange juice raised his hand in a Fascist salute, etpo in Chit Ame.c Th e noewat
and milk and things like that. They I. oThen, as his aged memory funic- is right, and they live on the spir- Dental floss is fine for mending



get paid a little more. They have toned, the hand wavered over to elastic, because it wears so long.
iuaightTake care in ending that tiny to pay more for what they get, his forehead, and the salute be- cevd from their godly parents. brteasrentdmg.
though." came military. And he said: "Ca- heex geeain owcm rubrtedsreotaae.
they wter abouts ts have exa Ia-nxtgnrtinnw o
"Inoterwods i'sjut ha Icopardo is sulphur and sulphur is lag hint power, without the bene- Sew between them. "The Grans Are Great Foods"

said. Everyone is rich in the Cacopardo." He turned on hiiy Gv n
"Th City, oft the Bronx?"ranignthhm
Bronx." as militarily as he could, and and church, are forsaking the Lord A easy way to give ferns their
"Well, have it your own way. marched out, and following other gods, the gods weekly watering is to place them Kellogg's Cor akes bring you
Anyhow, I think fate has had a lot Between the Palazzo in Adano and of plauro money of lust. in the bathtub, draw shower cur- nearly all the protective food eleto do with my life, because one aha o p se oy turn on the shower, ad- meta of the whole grain declared
andtessential to human nutrition. night a friend of mine told me that Division, in de villa beyond Vicina- tipraun i u




men feely pretty good as ifou Irkne
they were about to have examina- old Cacopardo did not say a me8 19).





ato s o clerk in the Deatymoern-tae n ol aetouhhtGd tmeaue
word to the jeep driver. He sat mnent." leaning forward against the wind, would give up a people so set on To remove rust from nickel,
"The City of the Bronx?" sinning, but He did not. He pro"No TiaNewYor Cty.He"Hey, Schultz," he said. "Where's his goggles down over his eyes and vie eieac o sal ht grease well with any kind of lubritold me I ought to take them. I Trapani" h a i o us courage, for we know that
The jeep's windshield was down on gives then rub with cloth soaked in amsaid I hadn't had enough educa- he's got a couple of nice quail, he the hood, with the canvas cover over vemona. Rinse with water and poltion, but he said I ought to go ahead mesm e tf"i salje idhed hudprovided in Christ a sure deliverand tI So I did and I cam out gave s ance-if America will but turn to ish.
number 177 out of 1,100. That made ability of ene- Him. You can clean glazed chintz by
me feel pretty good, as if I knew vino's bad stuff, sir, you don't want y strafing attacks, and so the ren trl de
tto get mixed up with that vino no wind was very strong. After a while spreading it on a fat surface and
sobetasn afclerk inl They D ermetmr'o a ep a oem-odCcprodcddta u a vided judges, who were not only sponging quickly with lukewarm _Fatfe /d .a Al
oinance." se las fnht." prefera o widd he moved judicial, but, in fact, primarily adof Taxation and Cptaien Puvi said nI'm sl efprasl own and held ito ministrative in their work. They water. Press on the wrong side
"Did this make you rich again?" soeattat Mar." fron"Im til t ofrhimtow fend f hel wtin were God's men to call' Israel with a warm iron or on the right f~e 'C
sor a tht ajo. fontofhim t fnd ffthewid. back to Him. The repeated failure side .using a slightly dampened 5'ahtginat 7.ronfi
"No, being a tax collector did not He leaned back in his chair, and The villa in which the Forty-Ninth and backsliding of Israel brought pressing cloth. make you rich in New York. I put his feet up on his desk again. Division was dug in for the time new acts of mercy on God's part was earning twenty dollars a week. As he did so, he knocked some pa- being had belonged to a friend of in calling out new judges. That's two thousand lira." pers on the floor. Cacopardo's. Cacopardo and this It is interesting to note that God "
"To hosadrchr ha eer" "I suppose I might as well clean friend had shared an interest in Ital- ook thogIe.Smeonhs


myw mthr-indrceaw-"r. ok truhme.Sm o hs
"I did all right, too, only then up my desk. Got to do it sooner in furniture, and the old man knew judges were great men. Others
they elected a man named LaGuar- or later." the value of the things in this villa, were just ordinary men. But each .
dia, and since he was a different ,He reached down on the floor and The friend was dead now, but Caco- in his appointed place, at theap party from the previous man, a lot Picked up the stray papers. He be- Pardo had a hard time remember- pointed time, was God's man. of people got thrown out, and I was gan to sort and arrange papers in Ing which of his friends had died God is looking for men today one. I borrowed some money from Piles, and he threw some away, and and which were still living; he there- who will serve Him. He wants bril- 0,
my mother-in-law-" he got up and put some away in his fore thought of them all as living. ant, capable men, but He also
"Your mother-in-law? Were you files. He read some of them aloud It was easier that way, calls the ordinary, everyday vanarried?" to Corporal Schultz, who was not in Because he was entering the villa ety, and as they are faithful, He
"Yes, Tina, I'll tell you about the least interested, of his friend, whom he considered blesses them. Has He called you?
that some time. I borrowed this In due course he picked up a to be living, Caopardo approached Have you responded? Z
ea h t a c o purple slip, and he said: "What's the gate in the spirit of a cordial V. God's Presence and Power ME BERS


monoes wnbhil I ad grocery P lAT
in the Bronx, and it was all mine, this?" And he read: "On July 19, visit, and he expected to be re- (6:11-16). Only then about two years later orders were received from General ceived cordially. He was in for a Israel had long been under the opHe meutheihneeebbeMnnLoinThFlorida Powhent
young sent hem y to e. "a adMriFryNnhDvsot upie jsdDu
times, and I had to sell out before keep all mule carts out of the town Anyone who has never tried to wrsounwe ov the lndiands stealM n O01 eat
it was too late. I went back to the of Adano. Guards were posted at see a general could no possible their c opsean the locks Indsreael basy ylbl



callin Gidern Maee theps weth FleisisnFlorida?"
City to see if they'd have me back, bridge over Rosso River and at know what Cacopardo's reception finally turned to God for help, and
because they had sent me a couple Cacopardo Sulphur Refinery. Order was like. th oIl tresr yeas wGth more EXTRA Vitamins'
of notices while I had the grocery carried out. On July 20, guards A sentry stopped him at the gate, as the fifth of the judges. he tey butte ya
store, saying they wanted me. They were removed on order of Major "Good morning," said Cacopardo, God knows better than to call an 3 jobsiarttni
said: 'Why didn't you answer the Victor Jppolo. . ." as if addressing a butler at his sas Yecupmsgar
Thirdi Classs Clerk, and afterwardsn newoi stig rud .ak Feshm Acu ua
notices?' I said: 'I never got them, friend's door, "is my friend Sala waiting for opportunity to knock. I tablespoon sca
Must have been in Florida when hand down on the table. d rau e led teaspoon stm1,
weekl when? Ie wents into the Army."n an 'onn mi cld
you sent them to me,' "Hey, Schultz," he said. "Where's The sentry Said: "Ain't nobody gives him more to do. vv Cop clif.egg, flu I tasepon dnne let a
"Where is Florida?" Trapani?" here of that name as I know of. Note the entirely adequate pro- Dieastv ands 5 Cover antibnatwtublpo rt op tOP.


"It's in the south, I wasn't there "Said he was just stepping out What is he, an M.P.?" vision made for Gideons success. Ocs bOea 1 cover egg
at all. That was the second time I for a couple of minutes, Sir, said "Military Police, indeed. He is "Surely I will be with thee." That t slk. Add ho usandat It edd d so ough
lied to get a job. Since then I've he'd be right back, Anything I can prefec of tcnmr and a c means bot th penc andrthe
aminations forad cI man ot teprsec ad h bter0,MrgrieanIninfou o ovren ltaie
trid nverto iethetruh i muh to, me.? I mis hera ver much.~ She nh hik






























































haslector of wooden curiosities. He is power of the eternal and omhepo- rure Add P0ntir flo ty.nSheaeeofa and a d cover with



better and much safer. So they "No. Wait till I get that Trapani." my friend. This is his house. Is tent One. Knead outtY on flurdberh obrw
sheUS hasn darkt skin lieyur.I





























































gave me a job in the Sanitation Trapani came in in a few mr- he here?" Gideon at once began the tear- ." hant tur (3 Inc) eef a ht es. ting
Tin had been looin up ate the btsds




























































Department. Later I took my sx- utes. Buck back. "No Ing down of the heathen places of sud denlread 60 eco r 37ar. akes y dozeloe
down into he darkcvaley of th

























































sentr jor rJoippol w inoafter h Third Class Clerk, and afterwards tain Purvis said as soon as he ar- that." was the hardest place to start. It only nc
mgot to be a Second Class Clerk. rived. him-one here that name," the always is, But the one whose light ,Iwas earning forty-two dollars a "Yes, sir," Trapani said, enr repeated. is to shine afar must see that it Now Revised Wartime Edition of Fleschniann's Famous Recipe oki
week when I went into the Army." "What's this?" the Captain said, Cacopardo said: "Then where is shines brightest at home. Clip and at. on a penny
Major Joppolo was getting a little and he held out the purple slip. General Marvin?" The humility of Gideon as he newly re
boastful about his non-existent Trapani took it and looked at it. M.P.'s are trained to be ysteri. looked athimself (v. 15) is con- ssed The Bred Baket" riches. "That was four thousand "That's the report on the mule cart ous with strangers. "Jeez, I can's mendable. But note that he did osens of easy rcipes for Address___________two hundred lira a week." situation, sir," Trapani said coolly, tell you that, Bud," the sentry said, not permit it to shut the door of reb Stad n1,da. r BAdI- ____________Tina ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ e thed Captai home. h re ~ tnar rnd .



























































n- "You told me to make out a re- "I have a paper to see General faith, as he believed God and did orporased, Grand Central
ty"port, remember?" Marvin," Cacopardo said, p'.uilng mighty exploits for Him. Don't trust An.x Box 477, NewY.r
la,17 and was undrsse anNiobd



























































Major Joppolo said: "Yes, she is "You're right I remember, and out his pass. yourself, but do trust God!
very pretty, at least she seems so where did I tell you to send it (TO BE CONTINUD)








FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1945
topsetseveral days this week e iltion, of Propety-I ots Sf'
THE MONTICELLO NEWS ih the csnt .thi Waukeenah CLASSIFIED ADS 17, Township N
Mrs. W. A. W. Simmons left Fri- ne i which asseWsed-RY
ia le "Ti wi asssdPUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY day for Thomasville where she is April showers for the past few FOR RENT-3-bedroom house com- fi aOste mso .
pletely furnished, electric stove (Y,~ar No 222.c-td 9
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER spending some time visiting relatives. days have been fine for the crops. pletefried, Se Mrs. Wm ellrit o e t 86 Sof RVN7ad
Established 1869. Mr. D. H. Gilbert has recently pur- and M L r eanoi po e r. & Ochid C. in Section 1 7,
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION chased a handsome new Cole 8 tour- Mr.4-271tptf Bailehy 2 North, Range 4 East,
IIttablished 1873 im gear. Williston spent Wednesday and ~ -- Namen which assessed- on the air for? .e m
(JDanged to Thursday with relatives here. WRITE for 1945 prices on baby CNo 10f .
MONTICLLO NEWS--1903 chicks, New Hampshiresya Barred Yar of 1ssuance-July 6, 1942. n a
The Third Liberty Loan bonds were Mr. and Mrs. Joel Groom spent a Rocks, Wyandotts. Book your or- 1e i section 17, Township 2 North.
MONTC~LO NEWS1903chiksNe- Hapairs Barte ileiion of. PToper.t.'1, rtlf ot
KEATHLEY BOWDEN being sold; Terms, 5 percent with ap- ~ t b der' now for baby turkeys, blood- flange' 4 Etast, 2 actes. u
Editor 2lication, 20 percent on May 28th, part of ast wee in amp. They Nsce ee in hich assessed- AND LAUGHTER
35 percent on July 18th and 40 per- are preparing to move there soon. tested, hroadbreasted Bronze direct Ro, Kirhrjdl(ge.
Entered at Monticello Post Office t Au t 30th Year of Issuance-Jot', 1942.
as Mail matter of the Second Class cenon _ugus Master Orion Hamilton of Bethel Stever's Hatchery, Live Oak Fla. lt eseripion of Propertv N Pt Lot W
________________________________________1,97 inl sectio-n 8, TOV,,,hi, 9 Nothl vi,_C
spent Saturday and Sunday here with ^^t^nge'^^^aatn 4 4at cr
Telephone ----------__ --.-- 138-Hrzgwr his teacher, Mrs. Martha Jennings. FOR SALE 54 acres Cuban Queen Name in which a1,.
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION F 1 1M -N- wateirmelons. tLaid by. Melons c11tificate N. ,
News Building Dogwood Street Dr. Perry L. McClellan of Cleve- i on vines now. J. F. Hembree, "riptiono e Admitis 1
(by Richard Ohmes) land, Ohio and his sister, Mrs. Johns R. R. Agent, Aucilla, Fla. 2tp iso 5sa, so I'ean & o)chint co. Sui in
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Possibly hitting a new high in so- of Tampa, spent Sunday here with at, air wai, 4
One Year -------------$2.00 called scientific farming, is the their grandmother, Mrs. Will McClel- NOTIE OF APPLICATION ]'OR\Nm i n ass se-, v( ii
Month 1.00 F~~~~~AX DEEODA.CGrnanT.HnyGen
Six Months -------------- 1.00 startling discovery that meat, milk lan. Certificate No. 220.
and egg production can be increased nonseIpl ill No. soar of Issoance-JulY 7th, 193.
FROZEN FOOD PLANT enormously by feeding of a new, in- Mrs. Charles M. McClellan spent Notice is heteiy given that, Italptiho Pon it & Orchfd o,. in Section 16.0
expensive drug to farm animals, ac- the week end in Jacksonville with erkins the holder of the foltoxin Townsip 2 North, Rang, 4 East, 2 .
certiClic i ie fas lited said c'rtiflt'cuts ac, esed
The proposed frozen food locker cording to a feature article in the relatives. Her son, who has been fto a tax (teed to Ie isued thereo) \ane in which assessedplant for Jefferson county is so im- April Farm Journal. visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Itie 'certificatenoe r an years ot ei S o.
portent an item in a county as rich Until a few days ago the U. S. Mrs. Win. A. Platt, returned with her, the daesin which it ots Year f Isen Au101
portant an item in a county as ~~~et ty, atud the, niames in which it N, a f stac-ugs t.t)2.'s f
agriculturally as this, that it should Food and Drug Administration had assessed are as follows: 1 srt no p ty ti 58 So.
Certifficla No. 222.&cdCo, Nr in ,'ei i lnt, 5
have the immediate backing and sup- withheld its approval of the sale of ar of ia ss .t i-Soept. 7, 1931. atowsi 2 North hinEe Eastf I
port of every family in the county. this drug, but now comes the news TRIBUTE TO MRS. L. N. MORRIS ),,fuiption of 'roperty-Lot 22 un ar e in which assesseFresh fruits and vegetables may that thyroprotein has been O.K.'d for eation ,cTownship 2 North, Range 4 Ptr ceket'.
be stored there ift season and used use in poultry feeding. Here are Again the Grim Reaper has enter- o n which assessed- 1tk f ial nce Jutly 7th, 1920.
at any time of the year without the some of the results we are led to ed our ranks and claimed from out'r l atet 19.7 n r teit t St iot 1
hours of time and energy which now expect from it, based on poultry tests Woman's Society of Christian Service tar 0o issuance-July 7th, 193o. 'ownslti 2 North. n'e 4 East, Sl
go into canning them. Poultry and at the U. of Missouri over a period our beloved member, Mrs. L. N. Mor- >, rition of I'ropet--t Let 23 acres.
poultry products, fish, d I oPen & Orchid Co. in section 9. Name in which assessyas
ugame 21/ year ris. Townhip 2 North, tatge 4 East, 4 Alvin C. Grai.RO
meat may be processed at the time acies. Cei tificate No. 103.
(1) Leghornl broilers put on as For her it was the passing fro Name in wich assessed- Yeat of Isstuance-Auast lt, 192.
when they are plentiful and used at much fat in two weeks as they used this earth and life with its limita- ICile Iiat son. eIcri tIonD AYl NtGet o
needed. to in ten weeks. tions to the City Eeternal and to the Y't of Issuance-August 4th. 1941. NTt7i nhip 2 NOrth, iange 4 East.

There is hardly a family in the (2) Three year old hens on thry- "more abundant life." 1t'scriatin o1 Pt ne rt -L O eit 24in whcch assessedqIt,-rn l'eeutn & (lueltii ,it in section I) Nntt) in wih i e

garden and flock of poultry. In or- did without it. and steadfast Christian; a wise build- acres. w Alt of said 1ir t y helbing -il iB S T 1/ eTw T k
i n huhsse-sset- .t.t. ty of lefferlson. 'tai to(f Fl~orcidta.
der to strtc th supply ovrrheiless s1i,11 crtillf,t (tt' c0rtiflicates
der to stretch the supply over the (3) Two pullets on test laid 329 er, laying her foundation upon the Gertrnde Yeckle. snaW 1te e rned ac oring't ate Uth. .
year's need, the housewife must and 323 eggs in a year's time and "Rock" where storms and adverse Cet tificate No. 214. et' decihendn iorti too et I ea,
spend laborious hours canning these had not stopped laying, nor melted winds of earth could never disturb. of Ioon eu 7t1 t 1, t cr ificitt wilt he itl to e highproducts. by March. Although her activities in recent Pecan & Ouchid Co. in Section 16, Town- 1ic fitisi Monday in the month of fav
Thyroprotein prevented the usual years were somewhat hindered by 2 ite o2 hic as s es Elast, 5 acred- 194., wi is thl 7th. da, of 194
In a diton o te cnvenenc an I n w i~h as.c~ad-)t .t.tI this it,. (ilav tf Aprl11 t.
saving in having a frozen food locker hot-weather lay-off. The flock on failing health, yet this fact never Isabella Htlves. f 1 hisTT2O 1 I. AlS19
for family use, the new plant gives test suffered no ill effects; on the lessened interest in her church. She (,'rtiiu'ate No. 112. for f a use, tnw t give contrary ,they had all the appearanc- gave of herself, and her substance 191.ju ytrt o in >lerkof ciduit CBut ofOJeNfNrson
her mporat storage inovide es of outstanding birds. unstintingly. S4Etio, 0 Towshi 2 North, Rage 41 Apil i6.13,20,27 & Say 4, 1949. B. W. JOINSON & SON
propercrefrigerated storaieeinthan- Although thyroprotein has not yet It was a privilege to have known ama in tetc assessedd uing certain crops and live stock been O.K.'d by the F.D.A. as a cow her, to have had her as a co-worker e. Wells.
prodctsto hlp arryseaonalpro 'erifiateNo. 211,
o pea o utte ark feed, experimeners have obtained in Christian service and to have come tf lt t, 1 From w ere Ist Oe Iars
duce i oveek of uted mos-arkes startling results in a four year test within the sphere of her influence. htescliotiott tf 1'uopet t-Lots 61, 9 ,on r I sir4 Joe Marsh
This is one of the few post-war Se t69oda sut Iectan & torci ICo. itt Section _________________________dreams that can materialize now4 of the U. of Missouri dairy cows and Servant of God 16, Township 2 North, Cange 4 east.
So important is the matter of foo other farm herds: butterfat increas- Thy warfare's past 5ares, assessedded up to 50%; milk Production in- Teconi o
conservation and production the gov- -ceasdut 5%20m 'c And thou art hoe at last. C a IN .2 Dick Newcomb
ernment gladly grants priorities and p 0 0, young animas Yatr of sTaee-July lt. 1930. Do
grew 10% faster and the breeding MRS. 0. C. HEAD Description, of Protte t-Lot 97 Su
encoua gnts t unit s e ability of males improved. All at a MRS. T. G. BISHOP 'eIn 2 tl Rutge s Goes Fishing by Proxy
food~i plnt inng comnte whereG esFs in y rx
their value is appreciated and the probable cost of 3 cents a day per MRS. L. M. KEEN arese
amount of food procduoed is large co C. oijryt h nia.Nll 11 %aill
i ar an j o the ainl oNC. Ball. Bob Newcomb used to be the So Bob spent his next day off
enough to justify the installation of Thyroprotein has the same effect 'tif iat tt soutember 7th best fly caster in the county. exactly as Dick dreamed of his
The p ent g as a00 lrspeedtng up 0tecnLive Stock Auction Sale tfs ,to, o'f rt,-'To m o, Never missed a Saturday at Se- doing-fished Seward's Creek
The pre-renting of 300 lockers, at would have. It determines the rate Bring Your Hogs oe n t n'tsi 2 Nort nae ward's Creek. But come the war, again, and cooked the trout, and
a price ranging from $12.50 to $17.50, of energy output of a body and de- I .-.-.-e In w ia and Bob's son going off in und. kept the beer cooling the stream.
should be quickly completed so the termines growth by its effect on the and Cattle to ant ,"I 1, form, he just lost interest in And you knew he was doing it
application for priorities can be speed with which food is converted MCONTICELLO STOCK YARD sttuttotisuan e--Sot'omer 4 19 1 things like fishing. for Dick.
maden meeatio oilk Prp~yLot
into meat, milk, eggs, wool and so Auction evel Monday, and get '1 n SEtion 17. rTxnshit 2 North, But the other day Bob got a Fromwherelsit,it'swhatthe
on. If the thyroid gland is slowed highest market prices. Sale a, itt xx 1 nilt I letter from the South Pacific men overseas would have us do
down, individuals tend to get fat and starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock Het nr T. Green. . kind of a homesick letter: -keep alive the little customs, lazy. So, along with thyroprotein, Yards. J. N. Hawkins, Mgr. r ate Nt 24 mb 7. 1931. "I'm thinking of you, Dad, fish- the small pleasures, they reIa S 0 there is a companion drug which ing in Seward's Creek; cooking member-keep them alive till
2 slows down the thyroid and fattens trout over an open fire; and they come home to share them.
Steers, for instance, faster on the keeping the beer cool in the
ITBMS FROM THE MONTICELLO same amount of feed. stream. Keep an extra bottle
NEWS OF APRIL 26, 1918 Fifteen state colleges of agricul cool for me."
ture are experimenting with these
Miss Clem Oaks spent the night drugs to determine correct dosage
iss Cein e aiss wpe theaigh and note effects. So far, reports the No. 114 ofa Series Copyright, 1945, United States Brewers Foundation
lost in the Wacissa Swamp having FarmtIz
left her home to go to her brother's Farm Journal, their results agree
place across the river. She landed with those obtained originally at the
at a different point from where hed U. of Missouri. There seems little
at ao erent oimt frm hern ea doubt that we'll hear more of thyrolost. protein and similar compounds in the
near future.
Mrs. Mamie Scruggs, Misses Ruth a. a uue T T S S G
Scruggs and Capes Floyd entertain- M ONTICELLO
ed with a party at Aucilla for Willie
Scruggs and Ralph Mullis, who are NOTICE
to leave Saturday for Camp Jackson,
S. C. Trespassing on our
Dr. and Mrs. N. W. McLeod are and
happy parents of a fine boy, arriving ofice grounds an
Thursday. park JAMUP and HONEY
Roy Taylor, who has been working on our grounds
for the Bloomfield Nursery and Seed ht must be
company has accepted a position as a
assistant cashier in the Bank of Monticello. stopped.
Mr. J. Finlayson Mays from the MONTICELLO NURSERY CO.
Officers Training Camp at Fort Ogle- F. A. MAHAN, Owner







Welcome toPINE VIEW SANDWICH SHOP Sd,

UTLEY'S PLACE ;AMOCO SERVICE STATION
J. B. TAYLOR, Owner

GRAND OLE aWRSM

Chicken Salad Bar-B-Q STARS IN PERSON


Hamburgers Cheesebergers UNCLE DAVE MACONHis Last Tor
0CURLEY FOX
Side order of Potato SaladTime Ficidler
Sid orer f P tat Saad0 TEXAS RUBY-The Original Coxxgtrl Yodeler

GABRIEL TUCKER *THE FOX HUNTERS
j-'J* JAMUP & HONEY

Hi-Way 90-1 Mile East of Monticello
J.MMT B.N TAYLRTwne








Ce oral AdN ssion.CL 1.00 SEATS FOR 3,000
M*RS, AUBREY WILLIAMS, Mgr. Tax included
Chldr-N ai Capo Old.------ 50 TIme-8 P. d .

Tax included PEARL ST. (IR(1's i01
RESERVED SEATS EXTRA NO CONCERT







FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1945 THE MONTICELLO NEWS

h STATE PRESIDENT COMING The bridal veil was Caught with lii- from out of towni for the funeral R dC
ics of the valley and was worn shoul- were the daughters, Mrs. --athleen-- Re C ossThe Woans Club will hold a coy-der length. Her bouquet was white Armstrong and Miss Leila Cooksey, (Continued from page 1)
ered dish luncheon in connection with regal lilies and lace fern, and Mrs. Margaret Pendleton, Cairo, commenting on the undertaking, said,
Social A activities the regular May meeting at the club The bridegroom entered with his Ga., Misses Betty and Lillian Cook- "In its wider aspects, the plan gives
Gray, pet of Mrs. Joseph L. best man, Escar Brady, Jr., of sey, who reside at Lloyd, were pres- promise of playing a vital part in
0the Florida Fed- Lawrenceville, Va., brother of the et. Two sons, Howard L. Coosey, the liquidation of what is proving to Rdration of Womens Clubs will be the bride. The ushers were Messrs. Coyte Jr., of Jacksonville and Richard But- be one of the gravest psychological Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Colson of Lloyd Tom Cromitie and Jack Croritie guest of the club for this meeting. P Brady and Charles Brady, brothers r ,of Lloyd, attended the funeral, problems created by the present conwere business visitors in Monticelloof Miccosukee were in Monticello of the hride also Messrs. Hal Deal The third son, Grover Cleveland flict"
Monday. shopping Saturday. Colson-Brady and Buster Jenkins. Cooksey, is with the U. S. Army now "One of the very oenessary jobs of
______The bridegroom, a United States in a hospital in England mand was un-.' today and tomorrow,' said Major
Bill Gaudy of Valdosta, Ga., visit C Marine, took the vows in a dress uni- able to come home. General Kirk, 'is to bring about a




te M sCSo ie dor o a and r Mer ge M cK w ian h a r ag f M s e e t r f r f b u n h t H s q a : M C o s y h d f u it r n
ed friends Lind relatives in Moniticel- [daughter Suzanne of Tallahassee fr ofbuanwht.H ist- M.Coke hdfuritrsndgreater understanding and realizaIo the first of the week, spent Sunday here with relatives and dy, youngest daughter of Mr. and tioned at the Navy Yard, Washing- six brothers: Mrs. W. G. Neeley of
Mrs. M. r. Brady, and S/Sgt. James D. C. Drif.ton, Mrs. Vivian Dickson of tion of the problems which confront





spentinds the wee end insiri o Goron oa. fuwaloaowrroosy
viitn Mr.on andl Mrs H., E.d Danels Rih--sates TeRodAea'pe
friend. and Mrs. Rich- After the ceremony, the bride's White Springs, Mrs. haad Roberts
ersnativ Mand Mrsv O a rd aad H. Colson, Sr., of Moniello, Fla their tsone us law tire r i of our war
H. Simpson came over f rom Tallahas- Miss Kathleen Davidson of Mont- was solemnized in a beuiup-ants a ew ntrtadte bridal artyan of on tioandug MS. W., A.,a- seats an informative radio program
see to spend the week end at home,. and d a Me Ail andean a e inima e in tae- band of an S., S. T. Jo direct from our hospitals involving
~ with her parents, Mr .and Mrs. W. motj t atrda evenin Apri thcpinhe bride' ,aprnsi- awspontae in theldin-t, W.ntcFll, J. PadB. Cooksey ofy the casualties themselves and humnanMrs. M. A. Tripp has gone to Tren- M Davidson. at e oflthe rd pe nig roo wa a nll t t l J Ce o l sizing the reconditioning plans of the
MrsWllim .TStaespread with a white inen cloth, and and T. R. Cooksey A i T. G n ae M
ton, Fla., for a visit with her daugh. The vozs eie spoken on thev ver-isit- w Arm and Navy. This pr






terdays fed.edfMec and r rmer Legbr M wincetrdwt th beuiu tre- eepesnathefealxet
eor Mrs. Men of I should become an important factor in
Mrs. Brady hm in a tradi- tiered cake topped with a mniature Mrs. Dickson who was ill and unable








cel Monday daughter Willonel of Mobile Ala- b idn o n efe tv a d p o
ofm ura,. C, ard o nda, ta, tion nutial setn of white and biide and groom. The all-white to make the trip. Jrdon Royal, U. rste blding ofanefetie andkproMr. .and Mrs. ames Riktso Danels A.si relatives ndll atthend hedicveln btwnthfokbk
spent the week end in Gordon, Ga. funeral of Howard Cooksey. with an archo wite trimmed motif was carried out in the ice S. Marshal of Tallahassee, a close home and those who are being rewiit r. and with iv an iswt aloe course of cream and cake. In the friend of Mr. Coosey, attended the
Mrs. and Mrs. CH.e h Shturnd f beside the arch. Dr. J. H. Pressly, living room and elsewhere throughot funeral, MrsMr.Tand.Mrs.hClifford Oaumanehadapastoreof thesFirsteAssociate Re- the house were baskets of mixed flow- Pall bearers were Judge T. B. Bird,
informed Presbyterian Church of R. Talor, M. in. Walker, James Service Columnthe week end in Monticello with Mrs. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Statesville, was the officiating leii- rs.










MrsM. Mah. E.od Searc whoy ha been Wilson. th onetduhe ase,9 .Wl n .W d
quite ill ate heric homede one Mulberry-fompge1
tof r and Mrs. Brady, is a native of wards. Wilkins Funeral Home was Mrs. ring ritual. s.edeargCounty.nForltherpastmfour.inchargenofofuneralarrangements
Mrs. William H. Thomson of LloydMs Annie T. Anderson and Miss Thedel wedding music was bys Misfour________ out to Orlando. He is the son of Mr.
was a business visitor in town Sat- IsHazel Anderson of Tallndaaee visit- Christine Henkel, soloist, with rs. yeashenat n m i he hom ahd Ms R. H. Hnc ofAcla
urday. ed frinc and former neighbors in Claude R Morrison at the piano. Mrs His outfit is attached to the Fourth
lyBweTusa Monticello Friday. Moriison played the S/Sgt. Colson is the son of Mr. ial used in the manufacture of news- Marine Air Wing, commanded by
________aum and Mrs. R. H1. Colson, Sr., of Mairti- ,paper and paper board is the waste Major General Louis E. Woods.
Mrs. Henry Floyd and daughter (Liszt); Miss Henkel sang "Ah, cello, Fla. He has served in the paper from your hoes and from
Mrs. Poole, were shopping in Monti- Mr and Mrs. D. Hr. Barrows and Sweet Mystery of Life" (Victor Heo fMaines for the past five years, 27 stores offices and industrial plants. cello Monday. a daught r Willoneil of Mobile, Ala-bert) and "My Rosary' (Nevin). ndaae Heron star iaion











ina Meiin issip.wt e are s nteMr. andth Mrs.hwr pn oesa.iPfte o opanta teei nar
___-baaarviiigtermother, Mrs.9 Mrs. Morrison played the bridal char- Those attending from a flistance insufficient Supply Of paper bags or 1, tebozsarcainfr
Mr and Mrs. Harry Ricketson and.H. A. Bariows, who is ill at her home us from Lohengrin to signal the ap- w meritorious service in the European
son of Shamrock spent the week end herie.,p'wach:ofrtheFbridalaparty. During D. C.;Mr.aandnMrs.hC.kM.hCooke andtheatre of war by his commanding with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cone, thendereon he pay 'To aWd have turned in all of your waste officer, Major General Louis E.
____Mrs. J. R. Cone has returned from Roe' (rMaowsel)ad MendealWi- fa mily ,of Mt. Ulla; Mrs. Richard paper to the salvage drive. Biggs. The citation reads:
Mr and Mrs. Sam Linton who live a month's visit with her husba nd, Rsha'eddn iiiarwll as ad rees- Reid, Pilot Mountain; Mr, and Mrs.' I Broiize Star Citation
soln'swedingmarh a a ecesio-Esca r Br ady, Jr. and foaily, of Law- Retoturning thousands of sick and Captain Joseph H. Hughes, Jr., oil the Thomasville highway were in Private John B. Cone, at Camp Rob- al. reneoville, Va.; Miss Virginia Brady wounded American soldiers have pa-Inaty fo meirou srvc
town on business Tuesday. inson, Akansas. Mrs. Cone lives
SMiss Henkel wore a gown of laver-a and Mr. G. L. Mason, of Winston- ed a heavy burden upon the personwihhere with hr mother, Mrs. Lucille
Mrs. H. E. Search who has been Wilson. ne of the Medical Department-1945 Acting in dual capacity of
quit illat hr hoe oi Mulerryof pink snapdragons. Mrs. MoIrrisonl The couple is residing at 15 M heavier than its doctors, nurses and! Assistant G-3 and Liaison Officer of
qutet il atpohe ho m ong ulberryEira uriso wore a gown of blue silk chiffon and Stieet, N. W., Washington, D .C. corpsmoren have ever before been call- Task Force Harris, a par t of the OMrd
S orrs m ina corsage of snapdragons. edupontocrry. Afllcoplemntinfantry division, Captain g












titoJacksonvilleae the firsts of the hs
wee;Cso arethe g t M The maid of honor who was the of WAC hospital units will alleviate exhibiting high professional skill, nr'Max bride's sister, Miss Virgina Brady, Howard Lang Cooksey that burden.
cited briefly with Mr and Mrs. Keath-lBilinski at Bethel. Mr. Curtis has wore a dress of white jersey with- out the vao sss give
ley Boen usaenrot oTl 'receleendshr fo h on D'Alencon lace at the, sleeves, The sudden death of Had Lan "The care of the increasi ng num- in a superior manne.Hsutrg
lahsse. eaee. ad ait lne Sh crred bu-Cooksey, Sr., which occurred in his hiers of casualties returning to the energy and loyalty were immense

rquet of pink rosebuds. The matron store at Lloyd early Monday m United States, together with the factors in the success of the 63rd inher hope in Monticello after spend- ,Mr. George Campbell of o honor, rs, re air, aso a:was a shock to Jefferson on g fantry division in its initial operatons.
ing eveal eek wit a augterCharleston, S. C., spent last week end sister of thle bride, wore a dress of idents. Mr. Cooksey, who was 57 personnel generally, necessitates Ilr- ICaptain Hughes' tact, cooperation, iag seeral, weeksithadauhte with her patients Mr. and Mrs. white silk chiffon, with a shirredl years of age had lived in the county gent measures being taken to recruit and high degree of professional knowi n e ri i a n M i s i s i p p C a rl s C x r. a m p e ll w h is b o d c e n d f u l s i r t a n d c a r i e d a ll o f h is lif e a n d h a s a w id e f a m ily a n d r a p id ly t r a in w o m e n f o r s e r v ic e : e d g e r e f le c t g r e a t c r e d it o n h lim a n d
MisesFrncs nd May aR member of the U. S. Merchant bouquel of pink rosebuds, connection here. Death wa attrib- inr Ar my hospitals. We urgently the Armed Forces of the United










Mri.andrs HaH.n t Mar atea
Stubs, of Gainesville, spent the week Marine, was ashore for an eleven day The junior bridesmaids, Misseseuted to a heart attack. need WAC units for our sixty ArmyStates.
ineean Clair and Pegy Brady, ces Mr. Cooksey was born DecembrGenral Hospitals."-General of the LOUIS E. BIGGS
her e wt t h a n r of the bride, wore d inty dresses of th, 1887, rt Lloyd, Florida, the so nl Aiy Gorge C Marshall, Chief of Major General, U. S. Army
ingwhite satin. The flower girls, Misses of Thomas Richard and Ema Ellen Staff. Commanding.
Bill Anderson, who recently volun- Nancy Brady and Betty Clai, wore Cooksev. He was married on March teered for service in the U. S. Navy, pink and green dresses
wtlhasseespent the wett aek, e and left Sunday for Jacksonville and was basque effect. The ring bearer was survive him. There are six daugh- I' sworn in Monday morning. His Larry Brady, nephew of the bride. ters and three sons who survive. PHONE 744-W ESTABLISHED 1930
Mrs. B. J. Hamrick. mother, Mrs. Pansy Anderson, Mr. The junior bridesmaids carried old Mr. Cooksey was a prominent
and Mrs. George Mills accompanied fashioned nosegays; the flower girls farmer of the Lloyd section and also J. Malcolm Morris made a business him to Jacksonville. carried white bd
trip to Jacksonville the first of the ______OlsePeaswnd n operated aenerstoeC rsa al u ies M c ie
ank hl hr h iie rd the ring beareor carried the injg ',ear his home. He was a member'23E AKAE. ALHSE.FA
wee;rile there hes visitedL Ms. [ r ind as whterseo a white satin pil: of the Methodist church and vwas ,
Mr.andMrs C.A. Bishop have as
their guest the matters sister, Mrs. low, active in all community and county
ther ues te attrssiter Ms. The bride entered with her father, affairs. He served one term as coun A New L. C.Smiths ean be hadA
Mrs. Alex Johnson and Mrs. Thee- Lonnie Thompson of Memphis, Tenn. Mi. E. D. Brady, who gave her in ty commissioner from his district dar Smth wh lve out o LlydMrs. Bishop and Mrs. Thompson
were Smihhopin ie Motcelof Latu-od e ars Bshort visi to Jackovileso marriage. Her weddling gown of 'F uneral services were conducted at AVICTOR-ALLEN WALES ADDING MACHINESA
wereshopingin ontcell Saur-made a short visit to Jacksonville toDoce riwa md'bsqedD chssee tatii, was m ade Hasqelef 3:30 Tuesday afternoon at the L loyd
thse latter parthe, M e feet, with sweethenIt neckline, long Methodist church with the Rev. Wof WILL BUY
the latte part of the weekfTal fitted sleeves, buttoned from wit F. Dunkle in chrge. urial Was in k.; CASH REGISTERS ADDING MACHINES TYPEWRITERS
Mr an Mr. H Hnot o Tala -to elbow aInd full at the shoulder, the Roselanid Ceeey Motclo.'POECOLClRlRT-IL IKU
hasseel spent a few days here onON bus-TO RIE WILPCKU
iness this week, stopping at the Dixie Guests Honored With A host of friends from this and
Hotel. the front of the skirt were large neighboring counties and Manay rela- F Repairs on all makes of Business Ml~achines
Rook Party Thursdayflowers of satin applique wI add- tives from out of town attend the
Mrs. Nellie Taylor left Monday for Thrdyed to the attractiveness of te dress. fneral. Among those who came ,* **'.

her home in Dublin, Ga,, after visit- Mrs. H. L. Sattler was hostess
ing Mr. and Mrs. Preston B, Bird in Thursday afternoon to three tables of
Drifton. rook players. The living room of
her home was attractively decorated
Mrs. Lucille B. Simmons, Mrs. with spring flowers.?TT James Eppes, Mrs. Dick Keadle and First prize ewas won by Mrs. H. Sere the.a e at CCo
Miss Lucille Siilnmons were Thursday Watson, second prize by Mrs. Frank
afternoon visitors in Thomasville. Carroll and the floating prize by Mrs.
houseG. R. Foster. Guest prizes were givMirs. William James has returned en to Mrs. Ed. Abbott, Sr., and Mrs.
from Miami where she spent a few Ed Abot Jr.
weeks with her husband, before he Chicken salad and a dessert course
left for overseas duty. were served at thet close of play. c

Senator and Mrs. So Dilwortf b-s s H e e r n ol a l
Clarko, who are staying at the Cher-i Stubbs-Trupia
okee Hotel in Tallahassee during the
session of the legislature,o spent thM M. and Mrs. E.sM.Stuibba of Man
week end at their home here. ticello, Florida announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Kate
Mrs. Sidney L. Hoone and little b tStubbs, cf Lieutenant Joseph P. Trudaughter, Maayrice, en route fro1t c p, United States Army, sonW of Mr.
San Diego, California to High Springs and Mrs. Charles Trupiof of Brbtklyn,
Fla., spent a few days here recently New Yookt a
with Mrs. J. B. Hohae and family. The bride elect is a graduate of
Monticello High School and attended
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Abbott, who archCollege for Women t
have spent several weeks here as where she was affiliated with Delta
guests of Mr .and Mrs. Fred A Mahan Zeta Social Sorority. At present she
are leaving Saturday to return to is teaching in the Kirby Smith School
their home in Hollywood, Califmrnia. of Gainesville, Florida.
idvuonraoLt. T ru p ia is a g radsdate of H u d sonyn ossm whnra
Rev. J. K. HutIhings, former pas- High School and St. John's Univerr-to p f i r f r rs o
T h e w d m u i w a s b y M i s s y e s i t y B r o o k l y n N e w Y o r k w h e r e h eM.au
was a member of Red Key Societytow ao of the ocl capist cuhAnde
Christineand the intram usal waingetball team' e B a p tis t C h u rc h in J a c k s o n v ille v is it-aa nn Mrec e iseo M l s i t e n a u nfM iA rn c m n d
Mo ri o playeds Liebestrainelan Mrsda R.r H.d Colsond Sr., of Monti-f paeBnd p p r brcshheate M jrle eaoL us E. W o s
















































erend in Mhontsillo onaye of Business Administration. Prior to
(Liszt);his entrance in the United States
Army, he was instructMr and athletic
Mrs. W. L. Davis and Mrs. John coach with the New York Social Ser- complain that there ise ar tna
S. Taylor and baby are visiting rela- vice and Federal Auditor for thesuryrefreshm eeioiuievctneegrpa
usr National Housing Administration.
broterpoac of ta iisd partyin Lt. Trupia entered military service ThCre's one deal in the game when everybody wins. That's when the hosts

furlough after overseas service. Mrs. in February 1942 and was cmmis- says Have a Coke. R welcomes the moment when refreshment
Davis and Mrs. Taylor expect to visit signed at Fort Bening, Georgia, inMeveidy joint
Dece 1n the party. Ice-cold Coca-Cola is one of the good things of life that belongs
al. ren ovile V a.;r Missnin Virgini B radye w ounded A me ica soldier hav plac in an rloom r to i us s rv c
















































Missthe Fe nth n g on try with the Thirdlaenieator. G. youMso dntoret hea-Cona.r
SDiv is io n i t h e c a m p a ig n s o f M o r -r s a g e Sa l e n el o f t h e M e d c a D p r m n 1 9 45e A c ti n g i d
The Rev, and Mrs. Howard MeCud- rocr, Tunisia; Sicily, aSalerno andMorris the paue ts reshen ati15 Muheavier a iendly
den M seller announce thea birth of a Anzi ; during these actions he re- a shngton, tDo.C. c o m a e vnrt
daughter at St. Joseph Hospital, Say- ceiveg the Purple Heart and Presi- little moment ou te sunny side of things.
annah, Ga., ost April 12th. The baby wadential DLgtCkgus tshed Unit Citation. hesitaily an Ccesfll
who was given the namew Caroline Since his return to the States in the dOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY re THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY called by its friendly abbreviation
Croom, is the granddaughter of Mrs. latter part of 1944, he has been an Lang "The care oneriorlmannr.
Leana Mueller and MrsS Lena M. instructor at Camp Blandingh MONTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING C MPANY r ng to uct of The CocaCola Company.
Cqements, both of Monticello. Mrs. The wedding will be an event of
Mueller is the former Mary Clementa. the near future. M 194 The C-C C a.





The Monticello News. Monticello. Fla. Friday, Auril 27, 1945

_________ SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS

postwarots Will Love This wil b
Patter No. 1308 is designed for sizes 3,
Looking at 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 years.Size 4 requires 1a
yards of 35 or 39 inch material, 1 yard b o cuachine-made ruffling plus 2tI yards
~' P binding to trim as pictured.
yDue to an unusually lrge demand and . 0 L W 00 Dcurrent war conditions, slightly more time
th eX is required in filling orders for a few o
the most popular pattern nmters.
IS generally understood that th HE moviegoing public thinks of Send your order to:
swar boom in sport will be n Monty Woolley as a middle
The amazing side. But it will he an aged brat with a beard who has AA SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
entirely different matter from the .7- made good in a big way. 1* 530 Soith Weuls St. Chicago
Sport boom after World War 1. Although Monty (who was chris- patter enlsed.et on frec
towll appeal to a far greater num- tend Edgar) will probably deny it,
Jber of actual players but I doubt '.much of this is due primarily to
'very much that it will even approach "teBad isl.Js o t./ Name .


"ill Johnston Redlf us owi
Gr -ae Chalienaett o Tfl
Ibeso-aled olen ge ha fo ~pleases him to be. Address.
wed the First World war-those sick and tired of
ears that brought the tag and
us Babe Ruth, Jack r




ahedbr stars pitcher be- n 40
Dempsey, Bo bby it was about his hirsute
onsBilTde :.$adornment. Bs u t P~~ Before Johannes Gutenberg
il Johnston, Red '01 there was a day
Grange, Charlie when Monty wel- Johannes Gutenberg, "the faPaddock, Ear r their of printing," has long been
an'tcredited with the invention and bonsby and many first use of movable cast metal
mor in almost type in the early 1450s.

atn cene Itas ist hi play-i
rpine of sporte MontyWoolley yon star s





erel sfter ther ofw er primecrai s and o xhbtontdy nte mn
pMakhen challe oervce
bHrigmae and thr amn th furthngin
Soe.n hutitng hoe rn tnaean am. 3. rs.~t- Nw ok iy





=a ftsercee welave acertain manberin ofs star whoeu may comelHitryi eella loner and fartball pnifes.




But~~~~I anyone whfxpcsroserane s are ansur aors parde K ., F one oh ta liE, sdb t c g ock Up e S
Isrwke toie disa poine. or ts





2 coul hapnAfcore ic
youbnostexcssytthnnchacid ahseppainfl, supoct. Et It a aret. the oa dat he r e or lak Th nare aaener far more younw bears S ttoock






lnany ofd ourto greatest star around
eas Bob Feller, Ted Williams, Simplicity Is the Keynote for Entertaining beset him from the cradle. He'll day best" in gay dotted Swiss, or- whmotmateliefllredicinemasseomfort ina
3hfly Conn), and so many others who (See Recipes Below) tell you the way was not smooth gandy or dimity-for school in jify o ea oar money back an retm of bttle
pre still short of their prime and for Woolley even before he became sturdy striped or checked fabrics.
et he hae tbeaerce. toicka returntheosrasethebeardedhalto S e e o e i Lynn Chambers' Fields-Monty Woolley team which is
BHere au! there among the young- N smrwoa nedb inaPoint-Saving Menus box office honey right now. That T







be good manyt ofma them, but too
mer servicemen we'll have a cert combination, therhas i ? ME R O L N E
iwzbe fstr womy dilemma when it's time for her to whcutc~m-?A KM
erT of BomAIRTONIC25
Tee to the old-time mark-boxers, entertain. it takes Creamed Deviled Eggs nated in "Molly and Me," has proa esmore than ration- over Crisp Noodles voided the Beard with a new screen
Rod anyone who expects to see a intg awnd f d Buttered Peas and Celery personality. It has sandpapered ? general Quiz
fitail Dempsey Jones ide-shortages to do Apricot Cottage Cheese Salad down the cutting edge of his acidu- Tidn?000 --0 I.
lmrange Sande and Horsby parade that. Indeed, if Whole Wheat Bread Spread us screen personality to a likable
bI likely to be disappointed, you don't breathe *Prune Cake old devil whose bark is louder titan The Questions
t e fore.a word about how Beverage his bite. But regardless of this, his
lotto Recipe given, beard-that hated wind-wooing alfal- ht is the limit set by the
yu ccfriends wil fa, to hear him talk-still figures as U S government for first class
ostthe most salable feature of the Wool- mai 3mn it isn't a ood bet. The odds think you are giving them a glimpse You cup sour milk or buttermilk iy personality. 2. What language is spoken by .
ae against it. There will be too of entertaining.
gliany of our greatest stars around 191.ar 1 teaspoon so

th e over theshillkphysicallywbe with a supporting cast of vegetables. nav cup molasses When Woolley once told me "I'm guage?
iave tey ved the ofhnclto re If you're serving nonrationed eggs, 214 cups flour (about) sick and tired of this printed droolproJram They will gild them with a bit of cheese andalo
S competitive spr.Te ilstill no one will dream that you had to rea Ard sour aknd salth toeth sabout mywhikers. For heve' balat ood? peen pp
he good, many of them, but to do some fancy extending. to 4.-Wh ite presnpuaa ites been dis- our typewriter! So far as the Pub- es
y els. r Wyut ot-fr peare solved. Add gin- l is concerned I've ceased to be an deg thnoseof













aI kno ths Whe the ware inr
r i thr ngswildmolasses.eNoerel bemdil actor or even a man with any per- 5. Which is correct, anchors l ions
Tyie o Boom anass.Nter ed d enough flour ? ~ sonality. I'm just a beard now, and away or anchors aweigha? o eWre"pr













other anTybe rushe hoome or on odfiute;desu yu npl? "i' e o
thto make dough tain the future I want no more talk 6. Is there a fixed North ps ftctaan
Tie.dishes and carry on. that is not sticky. of it!"-I fell for It head over heels. 7, When army transport crews Tootb POW
]Uswar will be another type. While Entertaining is fun, but that Shape intd small ~ lI Imagine, then, my surprise to find fly the "clothesline," where do that sile.0 ro"















ase ife wasiloeitn strinooern"olnl boat0sWowa h frthi a
may not give the spectators such means fun not only for the guests balls and bake on "Molly and Me" featuring a scene- they go? k oPOW
W aSes as we have mentioned, but for the hostess. It's all up to oiled pans at 375 one of the funniest in the pic 8. What was the shape of handso many outstanding stars, it will you whether the party's going to be degrees. While still hot, press ture, incidentally pitched entirely kerchiefs before the time of Louis________________tcomplish something much more pleasant for you or not. Gather your the fiat Sides together and roll n around Monty's chin wool. XVI?
Papartant. It will lift the general av- peint-easy recipes, plan accordingly maple-flavored icing, made with Then I learned he turned down a 1an 9. hatdoe ibd. ean noge of play and skill far higher and I'm sure it will all come out n 9. What e id m ean a F A
chopped nuts. It takes 10 to 12 min ham's Raid" because it called for acts fast on the kidneys
7he First World war contributed .Let's pretend yorget r lst aecoi al.a smooth face. Pcfc

men age. The sport stars of station and a bit of food later on. (Makes 21, dozen cookies) fessor of English at Yale univer The Answers
r-dpractically no connec- You'll want a good beverage or cool cups sifted our sity that seemed a career worthy of
Vim wihthe war in any way. You drink and with that an unusual cake. 1/ teaspoon baking soda 1. Seventy pounds is the limit Tho.sands are thanking DR. KILMERS
in vl fighting for. In the suave superiority SWAMP ROOT fr helping them to re
gile bc round 11 e rude Cake ortening of his classroom position Monty gave for first class mail.play
ma~e. snce ld ete as str ocasin: 13 cp shrteingdeep thought to the finest nuances 2. Chiniese, including dialects. nights". For this pure herbal medicine.
bP cup light brown-sugar, firmly of the language. Spoke his sentences English is second. originally created by a practising physiMud It will be different after this 2 CUPS sifted cake flour pcdwihegaeanpriso.3Bla wod (e-llcian, acts quic.tly to I.nreas the flow of
urine helps relieve backache, run-down S r0,00 rm and 0000 naynome 1 cupde suaI egg feeling, uncomfortable symptoms of













ynacapos bladererrtaton.SWnlyROTbse
n r be a vt mp e teaspoon baking But the theater was strong at the heavy as cork).
back ofn his tnadesdf 4. 138,100,874, an increase since sIkt
fte service. And army and navy 1/ teaspoon soda s u hpe um steps fdaai ietr 90o ,3,9.carentully benddhrbrotvgeals
bao lsams.oob horbtetballtinggetrbles
u a rtlined one of the biggest pro- / teaspoon salt















5.hnchrs weih jusrclarfobttbrmallwenlouuseDr.Khmr'
awslfor sport ever known, along teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup mincemeat fast sbringtyou n ot h
Sift together flour, baking wda and George Pierce Baker's appoint- of hhor andihnging per meicin goodenreDithta
e ne of coaching, training and :V teaspoon each, ground cloves, salt Crea theun shrtnig addin mentn totepsmrciiae oecn. fost free, preadi tsl thaac
-m ve c a t oyean d you'll ber glad
ewapetitive~le plycutmg lallsic the brown sugar, then egg and beat ty's resignation. Brought on a peni- 6. Norl. Itn istenrhrnf-ta or did., Sed ame DAes[t
This~~~~~~ biewngighsieci n o c plr until light and fluffy. Last fold in less and dispirited period in which 6re it N o f Ith erth 's axi which Dep a nt C, K hm You'l bnce Boad
s~pntt Is a vital necessity. Army 2egg oatmeal, lnutmeats and mincemeat, Monty appealed to his friends in the tre55t Sfteerhsai hc eatmford Conn Offmer limCe. endBo















In top playes pro-ootall rathera mvswti salae.125 toaaC.Ofr eie.Sn
Im" know this. When the wa'n 12u/ rns oke ihu ua blending well. Add flour mixture theater. They didn't fail him; he moe ihnasalae.at nce. All druggists sell Swamp Root.
Ituwar isoeteewlme ilos 4cpml and stir until all flour disappears. ended this phase by directing "Fifty BriltishoGuineaa whereotheycan get
"ft ean't be rushed home or on Sift together all dry ingredients. Drop by spoonfuls onto greased Million Frenchmen," "Champagne oengtludy srie a ELI
Go Aia and the Pacific at a day' Blend about 1/ of the mixture with cookie sheet. Bake in a moderately See," and "Jubilee"-no mean rec- ovesrniht laudr U.Sericea O UIKRLE
Notice. They will need a vast the lard until soft and fluffy. Add hot (375-degree) oven for 12 to 15 ord. But his friends in Hollywood pr
sport- unbeaten eggs and beat light. Cut miuts wr drctn pcursatpus al- 8.Olog
s pn lf wie tng for boat prunes 9. Obimn te place). proo oteingwrs.opl
~bgprgrm o ee teminter- prues wit small pieces and sprin- As main dishes for luncheons or ries. So Monty landed in movietown. 10. lboam benhee for trasn ASEtiCg
asn planes to bring them back or Suppers, I'm suggesting two fish That Beard Againthe
-ir them to other theaters' of mitr.Add remaining dry ingre- dishes which will be susata sed. o 40' thouansith vauea sfactredlt
dients to creamed mixture together even andtthebcolleatycaph Now the beard comes into the pie- Bobtailed tts suts for 40 y rs-st a gri.'
action. ~with 1/2 cup of the milk. Stir smooth. enuhee fteeaehat.p ture once again. The beard got _____Spuriocit-Neal co, Nashville, Tean.
The big weakness of sport in the end ems pres Tue tas the
Stdesn m that e an grae fotpbettas resetlle ca the Monty his first job in movies-a Rus- The sister battleships, Nelson
inted lay- ladies: sian impresario. But Walter Connoo-ranavywillBb
.=oMuch of a spectator nation-and er pans. Bake in a moderate (350- preent b
Pad enough of a playing nation. This dge)onutidn,25o30 Srimp Curry in Rice Ring. pyaraemnwihutaber-cn a strange appearance beapplies to our youngsters and to old- minut)es. Th is ke, s goo wih0 (Serves 6) tinued to get the parts Monty had cause half of their rear section is no you suffer
Somemohoe mo icig 3 tablespoons butter or fat his eye on. will
re reoeto b the m 4 tablespoons four Monty turned back to the theater missing, coer-s.
*year-olds aerjcdby te Delicately spiced cookies are good 2cpshi ,frhoke, for solace. Was on the eve of re- Bheng ndelrm consrctionine 192artMOTL















cupsrweenOnvalrarmonwee.limitedoa
arlmy n nv no l tog th'e es toofal bckbonawhe 2 hm f ,ck turning to Broadway to direct an the Washington coherence, their
tArmy o ng is oouly o to have in t coki bo be le other play when Moss Hart rang tonnages had to be reduced one- th us weak, tired feelies?
these millions a chance to play the crowd comes in for refresh- 2 teaspoons curry powder him, asking him to play the lead qatr n hswsacm ffntoa eidcdsubne
~tf. venIffe ofthm eerbe MaleNu Bals 4 up coke rcerole in a play called "Strange Peo- quarer;d cutis s accoeetm- k yu funtinl erosied distranes
e games they like with greater ments: ls if remmbe pise bt mace yunervou tired, restle
'nAll ehenieons the evenl be- Mac p l Nu als/ cup dark corn syrup play tuIremuttbe "orclThea off the end of each vessel. But -Lydia E. Plnkham'a vegetable Cornwaiting until thei to llg et their superstructures were built pound to relieve such symptoms.Tae
1302 thee am n be a vieaste all 1/ teapbon Bua rdal d ml oformxu ear as originally planned and, there- reglarly-it heips build up resistance
331 ter cn e vstimprove tspo salt enough to make Badright in the bead of the spot- fore, came so close to the stern agntu uchct.fwabeldrcisoa
aeert in our average skill, about 2 cups light. Hollywood didn't see him that' the heavy gus for the section 7VEGETAE
sauce. Cook, stirL again until Warners determined to had to be moved forward. COMPO
make the picture with Bette Davis.
stwar Football Lynn Says: riuntil ticen ed But Bette demanded him and got
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has worked well so far and be cut with a cookie cutter to Sa on Loaf. rs t
flax drawn the full approval of the make them an even size. (Serves 4 to 6) feet and in the long runmaeit
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SNAPPY FACTS






Fun For the hole mi [RUBBER
Greater facilities are now
provided farmers for mcap.
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equipment. B. F. Goodrich is
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EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1945

Simmons the secretary. The old and problem.
new business was discussed and we Sad-Sack-Pate
appointed committees for the 4th, Dear Sad-Sack-Pate, F
5th and 6th grades party which is You might take up solatair or croto be held on Friday, April 27. The cheting in your solitude these lonely
meeting was closed with the Tri-Y nights-just like the rest of us girls.
prayer and song. I-
T H E F F---_- -- Dear Soothing Sally,

PLEASE NOTICE As I guess you have heard I am
_-_-__ I .supposed to be desperately in love
Coinductor Wit STAFF The Tree on the Corner There is to be a special party on with Jack H. These reports are all
I- Editor-in-Chief-Ava Ruth Sawyer April 27, for the 4th, 5th and 6th true but I just can't manage to cap"Do I! take this train to Portland?" Assistant Editor Beverly Patterson The old oak tree stand on the corner, grades exclusively. There will be a ture his heart. I need your help. 1 I asked the conductor at the steps Society Editors-Nell Whittle, Mary Its leaves turn with the seasons. special program for the entertain- Lonesome Lucille
of the train vestibule. Ann Clarke As the years go by our love for it Ument and Coca-Cola, grape, orange Dear Lonesome Lucille,
"No," he replied, "the train takes Class and Club Editor-Violet High- grows fonder; and strawberry soda will be served From the looks of the letter it apyou there.' Then he laughed heartily. tower For this there seem to be many rea- along with cookies and crackers. The pears that you are not quite sure of
A few moments later I handed the Typists-Bettilee Bird, Virginia Mc- sons. dance will start at 7:30 and end at the situation yourself--better make
conductor my ticket and asked: "DO Intosh. 9:00. This party is sponsored by the a double check as it isn't possible
I change cars at the junction?" Circulation Mgrs.--Robert Linton, After school when we catch the buses P.T.A. and is given by the Tri-Y. for any human being to resist such
"No,' replied the conductor, "we Betty Stokely This tree seems to be a resting place; ------ a delicious dish as you- I can say
have switchmen who change the cars,' Gossip Editor-Emmala Pate, Willie Then when the buses come everyone The Football Sceuile Completed that again-huh?
and again he gave a loud laugh, as Gus Boland from it rushes Sept. 28 Leon B at Monticello
he added, "You just change yourself Love-Lorn-Bettilee Bird i With their good-byes until the next Oct. 5 Jasper at Jasper THE HONORABLE DISCHARGE
at the junction." I liked ths jolly -Eleanor Folsom. 12 Madison at Monticello
good-natured conductor, with his Spanish and Latin Editor--Evelyn; 19 Perry at Perry EMBLEM
crude jokes. He taught me some Blair. The boys are fond of this tree too. 26 Cross City at Monticello I_____9_things. Sponsor-Mrs. Baxter. This is where they go for their smok- Nov. 2 Madison at Madison T dh e Af
eare carried alono in life by;--ing. 9 Cross City at Cross City honorable
certain resident forces that are not I'm sure that you would like it, too 16 Jasper at Monticello will be seen in increasing numbers on
of our choosing. We didn't select our changing from wrong, weak, aimless If you would go there instead of, 23 Quincy at Monticello the lapels of civilian clothes. It .rE.X-l kept sayingofou hosng e in' elc orways to ,strong dynamic methods moping. 29 Ie 3P 3Mniel
ancestors, nor our birthplace, nor our which mean personal power. 29 Perry (3 P. M.) M on- b e
early surroundings. We never get all Beyond this tree are the best fights;
w e w ant in this w orld. Tough break S J te re th ey areo the b t eah s S S all y
are ours. Disappointments are many. Society There they are out of tSoothing Sally
Make the best of what you have I_e- way.
leave well enough alone, improve the Private Jimmie Cooper was a re- This causes both boys and girls de- Dear Soothing Sally, imperfect-and change yourself. That cent visitor in Monticello. To light What shall I ever do? Nobody
is the best way to live .A thousand -To see which way the winner will ever writes me a letter. My box sits
ugly situations are removed ,improv- Jesse Lovett of the U.S.N. visited sway. out in the hall empty from week to
ed, or they do not harm us, if we M.H.S. last week. week It is really very sad. What
know self-control and self-improve- But on this tree is no carving can I do to get some letters ?
ent. Billy Gn a former M.H.S. stu- Of girls' or boys' names to he seen. Desperately yours,
This tree we know must be starvmg Soothing Sally.
Some things are taken care of by dent was here Monday .S F r th Seir tha used to hav ing y. ,
the course of nature. The "Over FDear Soothing Sally,
Soul," that Emerson spoke of, decide Betty S., Beverly, Myrt, Maisie, Wieen as an assignment i That's sad about you! But really means the wearer has served in the
what shaR be for us, and also leaves Betty D., Emma and Evelyn were I -Witten as an as heffin I'm afraid this is too much for me! armed forces of the United States
the major decisions to us-the big seen at Finney General Saturday af- E Somebody else will just have to solve and has received an honorable disessential things which really count. ternoon. this. chargeI
The happy conductor said more Tri-Y News "Was I kidding myself! I've
than he realized. But it is not a joke Myrt and Virginia were visitors in __- Dear Soothing Sally,
-this business of living. Going Drifton Saturday. The Tri-Y Club held on Monday 23,1 My nights seem lonely and longS just heard it may be two
somewhere and knowing where, why, _- was opened by the president, Bettilee 'since Bill A. went away as I have Sbscribeyears or more after Victory
and how; leaving to the Higher Pow- 'Mr .Tucker spent the week end in Bird, reading the ritual. After this no place to go and nobody to take The Monticello News
er what does not concern us; then Chattahoochee the devotional was read by Lucille me there. Please help me solve my




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