'1711-E RBD CLAY HILL
M_ THE MONTICELLO NEWS
Gateway to Florida H______________E
THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FA RING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 58, N 21 MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1942. 'FIVE CENTS A COPY
EXPLAINS AIRCRAFT KENNETH REED NO PRACTICE BLACKOUT CHRISTMAS
WARNING SERVICE .'IS COMMISSIONED DURING HOLIDAYS PAGEANT PRESENTED
SECOND LIEUTENANT AT P.T.A. MEETING
There have been so many ques- In accordance -with a request
tions asked and so much apparent Fort Sil, Okla.-Charles K. Reed, from James L. Landis, director di A beautiful Christmas pageant
confusion as to Aerial Observation 24. Month cello, Florida, was grad- the Office of Civilian Defense, At- was presented 'by the pupils of the
work that a short explanation uated this week from the Officer funth, Ga., no practice blackouts or Monticello school at the regular
seems in order. Candidate School, here. and has air raid drill will be held during P.T.A. meeting, Tuesday, DecemThe Aircraft warning Service and been commissioned, Second Liuuten- the period from December 18, 1942 ber 8.
all observers, chief observers, and ant in the' Field Artillery of the to January 2,' 1943. Any approvals Miss 'Mildred Dickert directed the
director are part of the United Army of the United States .jgven for such eercises during that ,pageant and was assisted by Miks
States Army; are in fact an integral Lieutenant Reed has volunteered have been cancelled and res- Jane Patterson, Mrs. John Cureton
and vital part. of the First Fighter as an Artillery Observation Pilot, cinded. and Mrs. Vance Harris.
Command, U. S. Army Air Force. being one of twenty-five chosen I'his decision has been made in The 'pageant was in two parts:
Some have raised the, question as from ighty applicants. He' left, order to avoid accidents or other "Shepherds in -the field" and "The
to whether the Airraft -Warning Saturday, for Deiitton Fiekl, Texa's disasters among crowds doing their Manger Scene." Scripture readings
Service is part of or the same as the for preliminary training. ZChristmas shopping. were given by Jear Maynard and
Air Raid Warden, System or other background music was furnished
branches of Civilian Definse. The MEN WANTED IN by the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs.
answer is "no.".. As stated, the A.W. AN RE ETERMERCHANT MARINE 13etw e sng. chistmas h
S. is part of the U. S. Army Air MAKES IST. SERGT. lower grades sang Christmas Carols
Force and responsible to them di- GENOA PIER' HEAVILY DAMAGED BY RBA.F. Andrew Evertte was promoted The United States Maritime Ser, and the rhythm band played sevrectly and completely. to the rank of 1st Sergt He is a vice is training young men between eral numbers.
The ,Ground Observer Corps, 'Genoa, Italy.One of series of reconnaissance photos nade ove r the ages of 18 and 35 years of age After the program a business sesmade up of citizens of our County, Genoa aftIer the series of heavybombing attacks of late October (fol- been stationed since January, 1942 for high'paying jobs in our Amer- sion was held. The president, Mrs. are the eyes of the U. S. Air Force lowed by heavier attacks in Novemher) on this important Italian sea l h been i the Army hince Nov ican Merchant Marine.' The period Rainey, announced that the organand are in fact the only defense port. This picture shows the- ware houses and sheds covering ,an arena ember 1940. Prior t6 his enlist- of training ranges from three to Between scenes, children from the against aerial or other invasion that of 2%_ acres on the Mole (Pier) Vec chio almost completely destroyed e ive months. The pay while train- ribbon list for 1941 and '42. the citizens of our community have by fire. The R.A.F. estimate dam age by their bombs and resultant ment he lived near Monticello withve ing is $5U.00 per Month. Upon m Miss Carolyn Brinson's room won at this time. There is no string of fires have levelled roughly 77 acres in the dock areas and business, his otherW Nat letion of, training Uon are the attendance prize.
.and was 'a member of the National ptiiotrnngenrollees "are'he'tndc pi.
coast defense guns in our county, section of the town. Note many ha rges at lower left. G then placed on jobs aboard vegsels I ,
no camps or air fields. Our nearest of our American Merchant Marine
protection isthe Fighter-Pursuit with pay of $200.00 to $300.00 per BETHEL HOME
Squadrons at Dale MCRabry Field, TI-ACLTY HAVE' BROWARD KINSEY month. Thatis only the beginning. DEMONSTRATION CLUB
lahassee, and these must be brought CONSERVATION WAY ANNUAL P IS NOW SERGEANT The pay, increases' rapidly with CHRISTMAS PARTY
to us thru the work of the Ground length of service. After a man has --to usthin he wok oftl~b roundR. B... One of' thle mostenobevnt
Observer Corps. R.'E..Clark Broward J. Kinsey joined the ha'd 14 months of actual. sea service Istea'd of the regular meeting of
Further the Observation Postthe early holiday season waste Army Air Corps, Februry 11, 1942. he is then eligible for entrance in the month, the Bethel HomeD
Furthr, th Obsevatio Post Jefferson County solis aeti' annual party giveni'las'f Friday eve-~ e'ast h :SrieN
system is only some thirty miles soe n October 1, he was promoted to the Maritime Service 'Officers' onstration Club enjoyed a Christdeepwhichmeansthat ff 'w asiof fing by 7the \teacliers 'of 4he Montide wAtmehihagfteetcorporal and on December I was Training ,School. After a brief train- mas party at the home of Mrs. M. J.
'ep.,hc ensta fwa this winter. cel schols 'ah ecesgroa"ado 2eebr' rii1'' rdy'e
patriotic citizens, become lax and While driving over the cou romotyd to Sergeant. He is now ing course, he is graduated and Bilinski on aftnoo,' Declm.'''at the Arm AiBs, Smyrna, placed back iin the' Merc~hant? farine ember. 11.'
do not take our turn at the Observa- lately I1"ave been particularly. m- for a progressive, dinner which' be- a As Sm yrn, ack wan the Mab
tion Posts so that they may be man- pressed by the appearance of s gan at the hoe of Mrs Emerson Tenn. wth a minimum pay of52.00The living room ws beautifully
turs a day, there is a great -b ht---eo som onth. His career at that time is 'decorated with hdlly, tinsel and
change that planes bent on destruc- still in its infancy, for he is eligible Christmas bells. Thedmembers sang
ILis stmae Iia'hee r 9-was/scre. TeRd'va hoeW M NSSOCIETY o
lino u iiayor fcoyin- I~i"etmtdhn hr r p re. h oieW M W F 'to' take' exmiat" n for' 'higher' Christmas carols and prayed 'the
Tproximately 5,000 acres in oats in -was decorated with native greens CHRISTIAN SERVICE tins' each" six moths thereafter Lord's cPi'oayer
stallations, of Atlanta, Macon, Al- Jefferson County this fall. This s id flowers suggestive of the r-tings'ueach six m 'herafter yer
_but andst' fel'weche theesiv oafu of' a S-v ra 'interesting gam es w ere '
ban'y, or -other places, might break about a 25 percent increase over Christmas season After, several The Woman's Society bf Christian until he reaches the rating of Mas- S through and reach their objectives. last year and certainly a tremea- games-ad the first course there, Serviceet at the Men's Bible Caed under the direction of Mrs ifgms~~,h~is thiss there, happeneime attt, thene Men' Bmbbioe yoans '2si LobadMs Gog2r
If this should happen' andthe planes tious advance overthe Fall of 1935, the group went 'on, to the home 'of, r."oni on 'Monday,December 14 at per month. Any ambitious 'oung E eorge Arrants
had gone over' Jefferson County, amy first Fall in Jefferson County, Miss Caroline' 'Brinson where the 11:30. ,The mission study book Floridian who intends to make a adn Mrs. B Mrt s. Winners of
each of us would bear rsponsibili- Abu 500 acres of the above is main course 'of the dinne' sr entitled "On h F I career on th e American Mae chant ad 'mes re presented s
Aboutne'.s' 50 nild"nThis Foundatio"~ 'was, fte.ueia- ecatte an~wr rsne
ty frf ter dathand-ddeathi andantd 'o' QuicycNo.1 ad N.A2ed. Thnrisshould obtailedsnn atostentratin'nmanerfarne sholil obiin..thefatig"ef snhriifstomths'srismson.aon,
7 planted to Quincy No. 1 and No. 2 ed. The Brinson home which lends given in a most interesting mannerAf thhb
sure~ ~ Ohttr~o Chaiefi~ welv""' Tr~~~il 1b Engineer wihna Atrthe gansthe 'members
that would be sure to follow. oats,- iniproved strains developed at itsl so and F Master Chief within a eor egamnes h m
If, on the other hand, we will all tE S also deor to wit holiay greens .MBin. period of four or five years. We drew names and each received a
- ilalthe State Experimnent a decorate wit hq ay greens A. Brink. it rm'h
.want- younate menh They havet them under beautifully 'derjoin hadds in \the defense of our- Quincy, Fla. Quincy No. 1 is im- w ant young men. They have the
seve' ndou Cunry w'l 'ak muieto's~uF an rstj nd u a nd flowers. While, there' the A .covered -dish luncheon was a' -'ACrsta re
selves and our Country, we'll take mune to smut and rust, and No. 2, guests also enjoyed a musical p'ro- served at 1:30, in the basement of ability to grasp the situation rapid orate' Christmas tree. our hitch at one of the Observation isme- to rs a bes tgram the new annex building of' 'the ly and advance themselves to fill A social hour was then enjoyed
thenweam caha hew annexaton iuimdin ofst and resistan
Posts, then we can be sure that,,re- smut. to about thirty-five mem- the many vacancies in the higher when refreshments of sadiches,
gardless of what may happen,'our foeysesew ndoares wi th 9ee Bs Le o twe la Io tye hom. o ranks of our -American Merchant cookies and hot tea were served by
what' s e se n cares platd '90 Miss Frafices 'Bras'well 'where a! bers. Nlar Mrs .iiL an rMnss R. M.Gibet
duty has these- varieties planted and Chistmas tree was the main enter This being the last theeting of the Marine. M, I2 S is,,s. ct i and Mr's. R M. Gilbert.
science clear. harvested for seed last year. tainient, gifts being presenteU. to year of the society, the five circles The Maritie
So let this be my plea~t yo to I 'laer -thes it therl f murlsch.evc ~~in vroeenoe h ar~ ey~'
to you to-' "There should be nearly enough reach. teacher in .a novel manner. gave their yearly reports their upon young men to train 'for this c .
day: join the Ground Observer seed, oats of these two varietieshar- Following thish deasst and coiee work, which proved to be a most job and after winning this war to Corps, of the First Fighter Com- vested in the county next spring td 'were served.; successful year in all departments. 'ake American Merchant Marine
mand, U. S. Army Air Force, accept meet seed requirements of all the This social event is. an annual New" circles were drawn at this their lifetime career. The Maritime HEA your responsibility to your Coun- farmers in the county. affair nd this year's, as in the past, meeting. Services cn train most any type of
try at war. You will find the hours s w one of the high lights of the m an to becomee a merchant sailor- Dr. F. A. Brink, Director
not long, 4 hours, a week, and the Next year should see a still larger office workers, executives, farmers,
work interesting. increase in oat planting, especially school's social evets. GARDEN CLUB NEWS cab drivers Irug store clerks and HOLIDAY HAZARDS
STUART C. SIMPSON for harvesting for seed. An acre of. \ inexperienced -high school boys.
Sub-District Director, A.W.S.,, First good oats will produce about as EPISCOPAL CHURCH Members of the 'Cherokee faden E y these men can be The, beginning of the holiday
Fighter Command, U. S. Army Air much actual feed value as an acre TheRe. Hill Johnson, Rector Cicle will have the nual Christ ne a short time to do a season will be heralded for many of
Force, ,of corn and can certainly be plant- ,, mas party Monday afternoon, Dec- specific important job on a ship. us this week with the closing Of
ed, raised and harvested with much Sunday, December 20 ember 21, at 3:30% at the home o. When the war is won these boys schools for the vacation period.
. less labor. That would be one way Church School-10:30 A. M. Mrs. F. J. Sattler. won't have to hunt for jobs. They This' season dedicated to joy apd
PRESBYTEIANCH of helping meet the far' 'labor 11 3 Communion and Sermon The Founders G *rcle of the Mon- wdl have one. The American Mer- the emphasizing df the spiritual
shortage -* ticello Garden' Club will meet with chant Marine at the end of the war values of life has become one of
December 20, 1942. Anothe grain being, tried' out in Ms. J. B. Brinson, 'Jr., onday af- will be the largest in the history special hazards for young and old
Church School 10:30; C'rry Bas- the county this yetir is wheat. Mr. In addition to the grain crops of the world. Join' now and train alike.' Preparation for the hoh
sett, Supt.' .A. C. Marshall of the Ashville sec- mneqtioned, cove 'is being furnhedirs. Joe Carr, will be in charge of for one of the most important in- days should include 'plans for prelv! inning Worship, ,11 :30.' I tion planted 6 acres ,of wheat last the land by the planting of approx-t meeting 'ia ti h
Vesper Service, 7:00 o'clock, Pag- year and was so pleased with outhe imately 2,500 Tacre of blue lupine erien w ar eor.00 pentFor thee.
eant, "Like Stars In A Dark Night." results that he is putting in 501 acres and' 700 acres of winter peas in the 'month while you are training, and of the re'gular routine. of life. C~hilWednesday,' Dec. 23, .8 P. M., Can- this year. '-. county. ''IBUY CHRISTMAS SEALaS furnish necessary uniform clothing, dren are allowed to remain up later
2 dle Light Consecration Service. '- f- ood, 'quarters, -meldical attention, than usual .thus losing essential
Thurday, Dec. 24, 4:30 P. M.L, *tiextbooks and daitler. itemsd required sleep whichf canofnetver be smad
Th$ Ygung People of the Presby-' .~~"'' cations 'may 'be' secured from 'the often means over-eating 'with re-'
ternian League will 'ocarolling son .U. S. Maritime Servyice Representa- Isulting' 'digestive disturbances. Tired
Christmas Eve. Any who would 't.& '. ive, 4153 Federal Building, Jackson- overted children .then become eas-like to be visited by these cardllers vil yle. Florida. i K er prey to germs 'which are more
please phone 17. I''.eadily spread when members of "____________________ ARKE REORTthe family gather from hither and
MA KE REPORT yon for the holidays.
2 SPRTS ANSCORNR ' """'yri~. The Stockyard had a good all .Older people alsq become easier
colun deotedto he j '~- .. ~'round sale, Monday, with plenty of victims of various types"of disease
A olmndeoedtoth buyers and around one thousand since they, too, are apt to have the
iterest of Jefferson County headt~'~ of cattle and~ hogs were sold. even tenor of their ways disrupted.
Wildlife and .its preservation l~"viest stes&hes*. 8t 12.75 Increased work, especially in the '2
________________________ t~l.mf ~ '( i i~ '~ Med. steers & heifers -- to 8.00I few days immediately preceding
Edited b" F. W'.Carroll I ', 1 Il ~ j *.~Best cw- ----- 7to9.50. Ohristmnas, makes "for over-tired
Consevatin OficerMed. & Coin. cows .:- 5 to 7.00 tradespeople and' others Nmeeting
Conservtion Oficer " .Bulls 6 to 9.00 the season's"demands. Colds, pneu- '-2 The county line between Jefer Cavs ---- -- 6t l.0monia and similar communicatee
;o"Camp aer,"isoth'to* d theD yOua Merry C r ma thsyear we No 2 ogs brubaimn nhi i s
Refuge, and2 will be marked in suchdim c *~ o- hogs ---... 12.00 orders 'harass adults as well -as
manner as to be distinct anid eas- 5~l a tr o o sm c fte od tm o hogs--------------1030 chere isn. otedagrt'lf
ily' located by hunters~ as well as .-. .No.-5-og----------------. 9.80 Thr-sas hedne olf
game wardens. This will clear up holiday sprtas pos5 ve. Ace t our smere Roughs ..81to11.501adlm rmfr n iha
-a situation that has in the past ''- Feeder' pigs --- 8 to 12.()0 accidents. -Christmas trees must be
casd otrvrs ndmdete h lisfor your ge eoi hr ng ,which ha --.~Sales are held each Monday. Bring propel wie fr -lgtng. 'DCanwork of enforcement officers 'diffi- your live-stock. '-igtan frmfmlyahens -7
Ilt at times and in certain areas. .1ofe c ua m nt----- n oadfo aiygteig
Isoofitierstto urasocitinoeen a source o -real e c ua m ntto us. -Pvt. Thomas E. Fraser of IMonti- should -be -done carefully lest the
membs, membershi outtsoci lation cello. Fla...has arrived in the Field holiday spirit be shadowed by inemes, etmaebesien tos recai-ed and Artillery -Replacement Training jury or death. The word of prepar being distribute to lunmber ofHi 8 M O N T IC L [L O N E W S iliay" rinn"H h-Z" as b'e as inn is' get oin -Hte hertextwA u i A du bothn Clbs M onelo *,LI i' 41 'A' signed to Battery D., 1st.' Battalion, pressed with moderation and coin-'This is in connection with our edu- I ~ st. Regiment. Atrhsiiilmnsne
national conservation program be- training' he will be transferred tou
ing conducted in the-se schools. g ya field organlizationi. BUY U. S. WAR BONDS
t he~Nonticell >News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, Deebe 18, 1942
~1m~r~r~"Stalingrad, City of Steel, Flame, GlorSeaoWnt Win~ Sat lu on' OUSOIQID'
in Famou s Poeil
By ~..znienvi-Do not use a wet or damp ct
Santa. Claus was born in >Newy fortaking oveniglss dishes fro4
York on a snowyy December night hot oven.
120 yea~s aogo. jHe prng full
grown, clad inred ad wite, with A. teaspoon bf vinegar i trl
~4~e~rk~e~eight reindeer and a sli gh, fom Will prevent the iron from stlekin
Sallies in Ouir, Alley: A dframa,. the midnd of Dr. Clem~ent Clarke~ 'on thegarments.
~critic was saying he 'ad to cover a M~~ore whn he wrote is famous
niew show, although advance re- poem, "Aisit FromSt Nihls' A few drops of ammonia w
pot z~el4~~a<~~~rThe legend of S.Ncoas bad help wonderfully in the dish we,
"hen~ why don' ou skip it?" he c.domne tothe New World. with the, -if the dishes areuusuall gresy
was asked,- "I gotta go'" 'he Dutclh settlers i$n the Seventeenith
groaned,-"I need th sleep!" Try rolling aduallsT 4h i ofi coarsen Mit~rl l e~anng4 ~~rthat figure became San Niltlaas and oateal- before frng, rgiln.
byen m cep rocked1 I hi audi-C~ se ~ ~ h i~ b~
plc s this, anyway?' As Icame in h~ ~~e~ra
bon.Onlarctll tatpp n'hriet
~here a big soldier' came up to me Asn soon~ asth dyig-poowl
begin4o~ a to wea stitch totghe
Wen I said yes~, he said 'I want. rleihath tisnkln fteew iy oe a e andoe
yo to know~ you've alwaysbe No. iraeghion frtherses. b~ th~
Ifon my Hit Pa rade'-and then h~e 0p '*re~~~' a
t Another sory tell tha D. an
fi~~~keit~e aWemnoaaIYere ontrkey short. Thugh~ su~ coizth *~re fter~ma~b m ~ ~p a-late aDr. Moore wen ou to a~nsodnt~
back, Pooatop, ae from a emn fpgad agazie, shio nowsVMhgaysol o eastainef
I! wan to telynst o ou ce!rii t sd~ection of Stalingradfr fftra bmingb tka.e po u another Onii isay hoe wih odak hth augty of ahe
He ikes his doo'ef open~jus a crack-, gada hoto. i a a omrn, o l h world no kn~ows that the wood~ ion obscured.4 A lightlystaine
(Thei ddrk tan are a litl gu oftw).heoi citylougto ado nd repi h Naizis with comound inter- Dorn, 24, Greenwood, S. C.,syotfijg ohv copoe 6h poy fis alo.E~mt natural agig Put Mother Goo uporn tenerst shlf est. Be[ow: Photo from same magazines .shows mnen, women and children s elt~~~bhsoro h r r~i of th wood wich~ enhance t 4,id~~~ wheo ~aszd~'~~ 0were driven from th usa iyb eman bomb~s. The wreckage st~e ss ih)a aplre-flighit chii oCwith Ag eut.
And whien youhea him luhing to him. of their homes was use b tegla 'dfenders. Whf' frin t ih aiMti itnend had th~e vese print
c~adet center, where he7 iso N .rypasifo t
Cal all the Angels in-so tey cnhar; denied4, er~ 1 ~e~~gl on o.
Be goodt imad gv'hi l th YT Cie~f Rceives gihs Ctulban Award grnson of Stephen* Austin, Texas ~ ~ l bx~ r4 ~o-enzene, or spray
h1ero, is 'hitigth arrack bag.ituetihl
ThtIcnnvrglv hi yoe.of ol Sana has: endue.t hi eli i ubrokeil paper, Ae
Hiees, hiw his'
impes hwmerr Ie
Lear dow fo ~ meadks icryHschesw ierss i
nosezie gak .' uhrr.
h ea.-Maptha. :fte
pas-White as th c snow;
ing for th siht lab switc The roudbell
wh~ at hpene Hi cmti ii~L -ga Iow.' o l' ao
rr -elfti~a 6~n
neve budtlghsbthrr o tjol ol HeO U~V R "
eh aaeroplane ~
Ithe azcie to tak e oha hpe s whoh loseu their sight intheiar er
It-ENTRTE toiipprubrnha l
tey ol n 'ln eoeh~n ulndfrteamnv n Ydenle Car tu ihe buyhin m-edicinal.,
er d f he pa yT, e iseif aua e'eriesrndreiyeh F I oiriubig~olc ain cre ta ine iSa Vaor.ItSIMLAE$cet .n
day heg ciatle hs da
;.,11 -,I'l1 1a I IIls~a~ alwso op wlei bgoo ld terk Vaol at
the n d icereih cd li il str a . ... ... C. Tresgad Miss aMahry~ iij~Qml a~ ~ ie
nt is. She Wood.~a bn ry 6etim ie tanou es whor
bcaees e r ha ie i mn he Co rd aidC i nteii d "o sal to ouseisiogngeie '~l
James~~~~~~~~~~~Istnl toro' reliett co~no ~~ eevn t~ OWMNIU ughERing
a ounist~o drfte h 1 he d died. Whe spss ease, muscula soreneeenssytr ~n it
Bige Tin inn forZ Gen EriRm el' sugestons thhe wl hepyouln
reiteia the.acbard norit mt~ed..,' >' eotpe~nlnt~egt or4gb~ Itightness. Itinits rest
in ai weeki~a 'Wer 6i, o9 hf e a i aor xg tie s citesofJreuart6"a
1~net ~a$ he the c1~ UP16 al gon~a e. Tiryou V ritable blecial
consist d ie~ i a to tiht! Wheniia'.
paort Mofda ligh hes initial "Mr.~r an cMmrsde ofc Jacksson." r ~*~ fld~i~o
blygm,~y Wol pond Ea'iiv Iad apca'yb wm
myned he Shioi af, p0 If~ weler have. a smal familyaw youj ashlp
beena led for ; o allduratilow. canur sig cn th e rd:~ yor Chdrs. ~ o~.?ia ae suot.tiig
inous ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 traJnaicstlk r~da ~~Ct~l 4)KnJu o~, ven '~ l ackton, Satl ando 'Jpne'." Fnorn ,elassic.~~~~~~~~~~h manoho. can nothing tetlvr.-*m sx ~e~is'utte'~ .~'
FoCrsn' CBS~ n\fs-edio Maew tinlofets'a a nip'i
I~"M, Iu~~e th infoemal address of the car 64 t of. but hihillstpou Whe wiheh tee
~~~~end~~~~~~i coreulc. esap .. dvd the. J~imi Mfaryh,onhm~ cilGordn fhs dayn6 l e hit ecause 'le- Jane Jackd~lso. ov It e adaset tr slk oat-- nygo
'pa i t g, well ~ '.> .. ne t h' old. atheun in tehilf~ n,'nd oe beogn to~ ~ >4 hi sunegoudaet' puh y k,,Nd' ,~ Wn eap on", u. hs'ouin.me Sir Thomasbucket,
ha~v 'aprove becuse ~wac'not-re ext' tothe mohrs (Knoipf)t .,He, neots that when, 4 h re ~~obiu'nuh~o
Hrleery, ipo..Nta Y. Tdim iiyuL prre oalv
afer eine a~ Nai piesaid Thwh Jancks th'n sutio n ully
"Them s havi beei n bein the ma ide iatame Th ign- WihaMdcn ht ilPoeIsl
abotte Ne Yochr Teks, Whhhe-' NSl prac tic n uchae sasIhyusfe.rm-huaian
correspondent~~~~~~~~o muhola achuad buy4 C-22 today4"'* *~ ii~vs i,
of thenth),te appr led o re-b)~4>~ the puit faretei "stllJackv-pain
kwdt e newts nese'he iner-, Jackon. Ct/ rgiss auin
cation-a~~~~~~~~~~ol ful diande working kottle pur~fr noe oe'oti he lw ',~
eodme of h Poitues langta HeI...4 "Sall~ ~y Jahckwsn 'rst mSamber of pricrfude If not saif.
wasfie put rintogthe ew eprmet" the acamitnc 'h' pas ay Memwith a'ly thee sti4'.schange wa recedc~~ nagdi,~~i iaticwt i e~~beoeabg Rs ed,2,o e ki eo thr me wiithbn pac Fool rWis
bosrt. T'haeims isla men suc heaeae o nte oy gis h asq e ioiI sn,~~a h mns be"eMidnighty acsng Thor is_____ n6_reaerool____t
signed~ it. Buthe ncien ils ratesaai ~ ojie nfr~4~id~floi as~,~i~e i'~ ~ ~ o e~odn ut-~ aw~tl~ C 'hrinc, tim infnrm-91-~
The Moticell News, Moticelo Fla., Fiav December8 1912
ON TH ~IPROVED"~ Orson 4Welles Introduces
* UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL CMany of Him to a Few uL4 CfleC'flA I
'HOME UNAIOrso n Welles, of "Citizen~ Kane
fame, once gave~ a small tonlc--a
OFROBy HAROL LUDUS D. D. the nochimareen.Soh
Of The oy Bcibl Institute of Chic~ago. upaditoueqisl n h eOf rte9r sl
RUTH WY[~f $~ARS Released by Western Newspaper Union.)i~
"Lan a edetor of plays,'h can ~produce somedthing as rn
TSsad "Ii am~t ae Lrdue ofeme~ 20ys a ta's anything heard at a symphony
poetthem fromr uninecessary Lxesson sbets ndriptre texts se. old mn" edci ,~i cor i x :Iicl
wea and from extra el~~~g -th exe b1 gqte natto~1 0ai cu? ad~ o o Wl-r4pol re a elighto
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FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS, i*ONTZCELLO, FLORIDA V < FRIDAY, DEF'EMBER 18, 1942
THE MONTICELLO NEWSNOT E LIESCKATONAE
in accordance with resolutionsLIESOKACONAE
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY GOING DOWNI of the Town~ Council1 passed on C a RN QRHG
MONTICEkLLO ADVERTISER l io call the Muicipal Election fa)r ~* iAND CATTLE TO
Established 1869 the Town officer for thJe year 1943 u U U~iiie
MONTICELO -CONSTITUTILON~ I hereby call said elecion to be OTIiLOSCKYR
Established 1873 hulI cyntheI11th., day of January A.MNIELOSOKYR
hanged to 1943, the same bigtescn D *
MOTCLLO NEWS-1903 Mondray.is~ar here- Auction every Monday, and\t
M~k6y i~P ordered opeii~ by the Town highest market prices. Sale
FLORID\ PR SA,% QAATIAON Clerk in her office on the 30~th dystarts 2 p. m:Motcel Stock
N~iaAF-ITRALSOCA1 N) o~f D~ecemiber A. D.14an kept WAINTED FOR CASH. Od StmpYrd. 1 M nwinse Mgr opnuntil the 9th day of January coll ctiou cancelled or uncancel- Yrs .M hknMr
Thefollowing oficers aret be Petersburg, Fla. BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS WILL H.~h BULLN Aoe 1157 Mayor Tot. Notk &
Eio an PrpitrTreosurerT w asal a In cmlance~ with House F il I
>4*rAd QPetKCollector, a sesr o serv 115 Chpe 05,L o ,r WA
DOROTHY BULLOCH for one year thre Cunilmn i) da191; aterie TeareSa
sera~t serv for on ye-- ones.12115
Ille Official Pape of Jefferson' Tile following ae n~cosC1tfYLK RFTBE
County and the Town of Moticello. edJiI/ I> %(ier 6 erPesyein hrl
s ate ~o he Second Class C. L.Jones,' nsp5etfr' an Joh tieljftt
elephoID WAY Curvton, Clerk. ~lou
ews Building D oWQQ Streo MealayTEHO
SUBSCRIPTION RATES xQ REW HAMPS IN S
SxM i_4 ------- 1K$.00 ing, and being in the County ofe O$ ~o~~c~ ~ -~1$~ferso ad' State of Flor1ida,moe
Three Months ---J------ 75 priual ecie s flo s 6cmpinewt.Hue Bl '30 e 0
iTreularl. of o~the as b 4 -o 20 3, Law of so or-~iie0
Ol Q Plan of Mnielo. ~ A onof ida 01 lz ae alP n
taxe ---- --- ------ $36.80 ow erand operator. 12-18-5
RAMEm NOW?, --' t7~~1A Oi t19 aces Each Monday
South side of~ Dogwood Stre 90 CADOTHNSadhusy
Rleased by Forida New Srve)nnes.Te eDmas o lts, upon th arcels of land set Dogw~oodiretio~ ~' r eree E-v'ery r eeerj o t
~ ~ or t h in the following schedule, the oft Alley" sparatng eb oin-ti o t n r l' Phre je As acho29 Flrd growers oiggregdateamount osuch ta certi- aTownovonieloplriafo
e 0aeat taxliens interest and the Eastern1 Addition t ef and 1 1 a. -s 61 e1
'if~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~i li tins l'p imths omeo crs fEuc lnd i, as h 'ai rspctverunigtoene as 10 ee ad ondraemnt ad ortiib-atiu penltesagint CetoY, LAKE FARK~ukn Probab-ly each, will~ aser N. On era atmnhteJr adpresi-th follo*ng sdied7 an tWaigo Sret, hence run M.adrs.R Aian olr et
0~9 in a dle towM:'ni et andat gt theNrhsieCer
Th 9 fte29 wl ei s 'rw r fre i the PitilL c- ,d 1i th Liut R.a t. Allma flke Ford
ralasof inid Washiggton& Streetes160,"eet
planning t ont. a fwace to svstdmn.H a rw"i to th lands foi l o~wned tb 4 ;. /.. -1n yelola I s rIu nT a erti o t piee or ndtclpo
raie for there istha caine el eb er wn il L. iciFo !henc rdn- ,. *
aniii for raieevr after w lan which~ isecoe -x h
ing i thea~ir ain aokte book Hep'x had 16-o traelcl -an inet- y-ot h
boner linan, ?o Wt dsj11_ j'rb eei 'c M r cn
to, thai ie batr 'craie wegtd r-i. ro ng 'n Jp ,T e f
that cerain parce 'o lan whc- slo astl l mt
wa conveyetd to~ exsaele Iuil
wifeyu>rfia of Daniel B.t Mills byJa-F'henl1scF b_ lndst
asoilsoo aano clmt ay wate coto Wilim an i fe~ by 4 ~ deddae
Florida,~ In aain hi reot li o d Saeo lria ow
era quesion inh De Boo aCC. page 266 ana ato
here; Io~rxi knor. ofnelaewercm ee
ofb3wre an. Wil thr obe aay ede- aor or lss andXise to thseae Northern
in, andpt~ aat loer cost! in, tho the mapr Crpa of yoid Add
e fe tewrbrere ~ "Plmr Mil Road Street," Ae Floimpb siWTan t in rt ced fi. of~ ~sai C~unty ,ir of Jern Eniced FQRo LofNiL'YP'
ors exChnai : Illc the Orient so Norher borde of aid "Pame
maif hudsd exauedinea pep have )il nodVtre'S feetegne Z"T
ramietabsunte mthd of tenin hNt~ yelbte orth 36 W fs1iatoree o n ettrsos, .0
fei ~e- fire fom~~ itis gun ad yn to oh Sothr aode out W s- bci is a sh- reesa~t ~ 0 saeAa~iuit ~ r l'r~S0
s4d pt arn ba rk suff iesly ~ e eo mi rp ede- liingo tt an nerl of ri.El rsiaierdiiiil giias ti'ong~~~~~~t aulnnsyn4~eaa~~er uthoe fsetiltha West and aote eSouther1n~ or- l ElAecaHoe 1Yr
y hr,"n ou etlzrc sts d l of ando Street, 81 aaet _____________ ElA eia3i Z I
suc codton n mhat, textil 'edaoma0nu-,i ~~tna~ 'is ,0El~ iai w e l r
Au :~iaions ~- war ~ mtch mo4rten. S o r i h cot f the Eaint P e nn g saiodjanud aazn~~~ ~F Dgst1 r
paacues, willcbuy it- ispa for wit tl' bou nde o D t'he acth~ Cash- -Aen4- r
a stong pias l rnaser nd- sell,~ t~fct~aenw.nta :hr ington atreeap on th 0 as El landsi~et~d61o
dwei~~hs ony ,~~j -, j -~ fia.frorely owne byo azis. -rni A. lS ~ ~ d 7 ~ i
raine fbrenex yea? I no, wll hea loat r dep and i ncs er- Mpoil n ilacM akno
ramiwe weot eloeield you~ a. a0 tao.Jfesn Gu~ jo~0(?is)
e geatr'te- emad fillfoia the thet bya,~oi "Paramier Miw------- 0 l eE Sin
ThnI cnst~e ~ ~ i profit? STtreet and eon 20e Wes mbr landsagziecteiiand yi~illAb ang~hr have root cailures ~I~~B*- 4*;p~ ' P ft
craingy I ant anew fer2 ~~ alllab~ lO. formerly 4 Elne by6w Grower Turn- ~1
I 'n'~ eteps 3 er i go igbll adlt o an 60solun,
hewg, jsa eav bet ise totet lac offai coin bered 2~ n,, of re De-ar:.Ad
airstr thert le i os ex ein de- rofitale inu Flida an tour y'; aye as of lsai addtno asa reore ion saidF lMdrnRjaics and foik aest fibe now I 1,6vnthe1ouoh 'you illtbe able 1:h1 Ccstler' ffi ce El Jefferson, Couganty,. Yr
u owe ny 'o ntr hasould grab s er 9n hi fe t soas prouce ith t e excep ic o th following ROP -Slet
P recribd pr4 ory to-wit:Cm
ped tholst ote1yrs, dang t he -gto adjbut 6dso5 the mahnst pn jranprceltoo rf1 od mhchws it IerPer4 21.5 NE Thisetj Plub lticentfe rise a wea hagod an d farfs. ,Tpeyd ro in' dee Mooks wif poforsi' ~ B lAircnPolr rl
a h e o l by t ~ it. h e w an coul fr able D~RC I II R F ~ ','aidl B.o 'Mealsuring J; Fee W illiar Eld Redbok Mh i et'agazines$5Y lP uty Tiu e ~r e """ W9 .~A CR UI F bonedo thTorhb towne Ela Scinc &a notaey.. 2.5 wehtlr omsaig tiGres.~. ard gas El Farm) JrlarFd' if r
a fscre ofuss barik0 r, t ~ a~i'ir po. ing t nuof, ecrd i4 the ofie of thby ig ii Lse lry f Eldwie by dee Jaur 22,e 190 .7. 'O l through. th _nws
itr or oon e re 011 the fiel nextCE Y v k1n2h tr et (ouaotd) on th E ot m d i zs .1 Fe' 3urtd asesbdeoutrtM ga1,r
-- pt~b~bleto'riise ~ MiN"I ~ Clerk ofpo th 'ashito rt Sti'eet er anynE'SPfSAilp27 er can yo Yrt Elsuchesve~re~ 2 ain hoptlsa nd 'ro ore lon- oftheStcate n Foridai po so Countyr Flori' in Deedesfu J'Par big readin Yrr.
chute Io&, pr bl- sud lieaconunp ruina "t,"'pane 9266, and, 0. o x hic Eleer WoAn at llees'9onP.i -y rfvrts and N at. Li
eicll soled hereby-~ uldan'-iii
Andr scereasn: mAke ranymi IN LAND therN arIC -tftst be made Conp thnc 2.75h 16.7) fet h-4 alcuon t uY ODY
seerst thhxner~ s obt autfu 'Al NagTzine Ar For It~ U Yea
gene afrvnigos om r~all perTownsi aditcorpotinn as 1 ervithece rnigALSXFROL heaniest Ci a Duo Eat e'r In d p~ies intreated i olre Naigan in or t 10 eetmA re Prifesadt stry 'the hlipies O r ma esare limt- a Fo e anyle of te land deci b- n olte to ck'o Paht on oleria checke Grhaoweruscitont u ppr
less. I shllhwritethernofbtheder ar Washingtoon 11d that heaAcceseoiesoCarrid in Stoc
l te haued. andpa coweato ofn thee State of arein avial3.25SRE R R... ______r'id' Ists IJrd gatdvo rme lda a i e t e spca Bille8 oee Cto 500e N.oCrawf ord St eet 0 Mr~qfM
go igI bl e siued frit.me treat' un the tat Phmsil 3 eri
nhot hsu : Sone vitami sese sonic andd aan liens with intres and pen '> U
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1942. .THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FIVE
(Continued from Page Four) ginia Weil by deed dated January land lying immediately North of ferson County, Florida in Deed of the NW corner of said Lot No. 6 tion of the NE4 of the SE%, of said
State of florida, in deed book "1" 4th 1907 and recorded in the Clerk's and contiguous to Lot 151 as laid book "u page 240 and 241, and and running thence South 323% Section 30, Township 2 North of page oo; said lots hereby conveye, Office of said County in Deed Book down on the plat of the Town of runni.ntg tience East 100 feet thence feet more or less, and to the North- Ranige 5 East, and which is more i,e.ng Iounded on We North by Dog- "EE" page 22. Amount of taxes __ Monticello recorded in the Clerk's jauin o cia.ns and Ji links, thence ern boundary of Palmer Mill Road particularly described in that cerwoo.i et, on tWe East by the ------------------------- $518.39 ollice -of delfferson County, in Deed V est 10io eet and thence North to Street, thence running East 40 feet ta.n deed from D. B. Mills and wife,
VMgtie branch of the Seaboard All that portion of Town Lot Book -G" page 1 aid said lot being the, starting point. And bounded and to the SW corner of Lot 7 of to Frank L. Simon, dated May 25th, .r Ve way, on the Soutn by Numbered )l of the Town of Mon- contained within and bounded by aiso on tne .Nortn by lands now or sa.d Addition, thence running North A. D. 1905, and of record in said \vasligwton street, and on the West ticedilo, Florida, according to the the extension and the continuation iormeriPy ui Walliam P. Grantham, 323% feet, more or less, and to the 'Clerk's office in deed book "AA'', oy i-tailn'ad street; the lots of land original plan of said Town as shown Nortn of the East and West lines of i-J, -s .and now or formerly of Southern boundary line of Wash- page 496, and to which reference is nereby conveyea neing the same lots by Map or plat thereof as recorded said lot 151 tor the length of 1 acre ary A. Perains, South by land ington Street and thence running hereby made for a more particular ,of land cunveyed uy Dannitte 1, -n the Office of the Clerk of the measurng 1 acre North and South, foimery of Thomas L. Clarke and IWest along the Southern boundary description of said 8 acre tract; but atays, .r. and uimmala P. Mays, his Circuit Court of Jefferson County, and 200 feet East and West. Amount w est oy one Northern extension of line of Washington Street 40 feet saving and excepting from said 8 wAile, to henry L. -k'olsom and James Florida, in Deed Book "G, page 1, of taxes ------------------- $19.88 itcory Street. and to the point of beginningg. acre tract the following mentioned
1. Polsoi ana iiomas L. 'olsom by and to which reference is hereby All of the land lying South of a Aso n ilnat certain piece or par- Amount of -taxes ---------- $11260 4 lots previously conveyed by said
ceed naten i oveirmer 26th, 192,j made, which is enclosed within the line hereinafter 'described through cu, oi land in tile town of Monti- ThJe following described land, sit- F. L. Simon and wife, to following Sanid -t iecoi'd in said Clerk's Office following boundary lines, to-wit: the following described property, celo, which is bounded by a line uate, lying, and being in the County parties, viz.: to Clarrisa Griffith by in Deea boox "-b' page 523, and to Beginning at the SE corner of said to-wit: That certain piece or parcel conmuueuneig at a point '300 feet o! Jefferson, State of Florida, and deed recorded in deed book "CC"
wich reverence is nereby made. Town Lot numbered 51 and running of land bounded by a line commene, ,ort of the NV corner of Town Known and described as situated in page 381; to S. D. Clarke deed reAnotui t '1ftaxes ---------- $113.70. thence North 75 feet, thence run- .ng at the SW corner of that certain Lot z20, ann running North 130 feet, the Town of Monticello, Florida, corded deed book- "FF" page 370;
A 6 ix nat part of Block 15 of nling West '25 feet, thence running tract of land conveyed to Daniel B. lieice Last 100 leet, thence South and more particularly known and to Julia Parker deed recorded in SWyriAs Adation to the town of South 75 feet, and thence running Bird by John H. Perkins and wife 1 0 iceet, an'd thence West 100O feet es;.gnated as being a portion ()f deed book "CC" page 93; and to o 0nticeio, Jenerson County, Flor- East 25 feet'and to point of begin- and Dannitt H. Mays and wife, by to the starting poant, and bounded fown Lot No. 63 of said Town of Ellen Thompson and husband deed .aa described as follows: commence ning. Amount of taxes -. .$154.40 deed dated February 14th, 1907 ant. also on the East and Routh by lands Moni.cello as shown by map or plat recorded in deed book "PP" page at the zL corner o said Block 15, The following described lots or of record in said Clerk's office -i. now or lorierly of'Wary A. Per- thereof, as recorded in deed book 349; each of said lots being 100 feet nience run West along the North parcels of land situate, lying and Deed Book "GC" page 293 and to kms, West by a street 60 feet wide, 'G" paage 1, of the public records square and situated on the South side of Dogwood Street, 6a feet, to being in the Town of IMonticello, which reference is hereby made oeing the extension of Hickory of said County of Jefferson; said side of said 8 acre tract and bordera point, tnence Nortl !o feet, thence Jefferson County, State of Florida, and running thence North 1754 feet street and North by an alley 10 parcel of land being more particu- ing on the "Briar Patch Road" refLast on feet to the West line of Rail- and more particularly known and and to the Old Road leading from feet wide, being a portion of the larly described as commencing at eretnce to said deeds being hereby
r enue, tnience South along described as follows, to-wit: Lots Monticello to Auella, Florida, same tana conveyed to William P. the SE corner of said Lot 63, at the made for a particular description o undary of 1tailroad Ave- numbered 2 and 3 of Block Number- thence running along said road tirantam by Luward B. Bailey by intersection of Dogwood and Olive of said excepted lots. Amount of
L u t to the point of begin- ed 31 of "Wirick's Eastern Addi- North 8814 degrees East 658.68 feet, ueen dated August 2, 1888 and re- Street, thence running West along taxes --------------------$14.70
t o taxes $100.90 tion" to the sad Town of Monticel- thence running South 1776 feet to corded .n the Clerk's office of Jef- sa d Dogwood Street, a distance of That certain piece parcel or lot j~~nt ui taxes ---- M .JU ti~on" to the said Town of Monticel- Pfearl runni n Sothen76ce t t'runnnd b inin T w
Slat perty known and desig- to, as shown by map or plat of said Pearl Street, and thence running ierson County Florida in Deed ot feet, thence, running North 10to of land lying and being in the Town
iateu as ot or Bock numbered 18 Add-tion as recorded in Office of West along Pearl Street to the start- Book "U" pages 240 and 241. Amount keel, thence running East 56 Feet of Monticello in the County of Jefo ir -- Wirci's eastern Addition" to Clerk of Circuit Court of said Coun- ing point, and bounded on the North of taxes ------------------- $29.60 and to the said Olive Street, thenc. ferson and State of Florida, describsaid town of MontLcetlo, as shown ty of Jefferson in deed book "I" Dy thie Old Monticello, Florida, and that certain piece or parcel oi running South and along said Oliv- ed as follows: Lot 28 in Bowman's ny map or paint ot said Addition of page 66, and reference thereto is Auci ula, Florida public Road, South land in [the E%/ of SE'A of Section Street 100 feet and to the starting Subdivision !'A". to the Town of
record in onice of Clerk oi Circuit hereby made; said lots ;hereby con- by Pearl Street 60 feet wide and ao, ownship 2 North of Range 4 point, and embracing the One Story Monticello, Florida according to a
Court oi said County of Jefferson veyed as a whole being the W% of West by a Street 30 feet wide, and Last which is hounded by the fol- Frame Dwelling House situated map or plat of said subdivision "A"
in ueed cook "i" page 60, and refer- said Block, and embracing the Two East by lands belonging, now or towing boundary lines to-wit: Be- thereon. Amount of taxes -- $20.50 which appears in the public records
gja tn#eeto is hliereby made; said Story Frame Dwelling House, and formerly, to Mary P. Finlayson ex- ginning at the NW corner of the lot The following described lots of of Jefferson County, Florida in deed
Lo or Biock measuring UOOt feet the Barn situated thereon, and lying cept that certain parcel conveyed now or formerly owned by Mrs. parcels of land, situate in the Town Book "HH" at page 485. Amount sq 're, and being bounded on the immediately North of Dogwood ,o the said Daniel B. Bird as afore- V.rginia C. Turnull Uence South of Monticello, Florida, and more of taxes------------...... $1.15
Nort )yi igh Street, on the East Street. Amount of taxes __ $265.65 said, that certain parcel conveyed won the western boundary line of particularly described as Town lots Situate, lying and being in the eI fck street on the South by The following land situated lying oy John. H. Perkins, and wife and sam lot 60o feet, thence west at -8-229-23 & 203 accorAing Ito the County of Jefferon, State of Flor1e treet, ana on the West by and being in thte i. Mays ad wife to A. R. rigat angles with said line 606 teet, 01 i or Original plan of said Town ida, and known and described as
tndnce N'ori fee totesot-a)slw y miiAp or plat thereof s :tate in the town of Monticello,
Street 60o eet wide. Amount of son and State of Florida, and known Hughes by deed dated January 25th, Ience North iLu feet to the south- as shown y inp or plat thereof tuae in the town of Monticello, taxes --------------------- $542.38 and described as all that certain lot 19086 and of record in said Clerk's ern boundary ine of Walnut Street cocne in otfce of Clerk of-Cir- in said County and State, and more
All that certain tract or parcel or parcel of land, being a portion of office in Deed Book "CC" page 438, of said town of Monticello as wid- cuit Court of said County of Jeffer- particularly described as follows,
of land situated lying and being in the NE%4 of Sect:on 30 in Township that certain parcel conveyed by ened by deed oi Dr. T. M. Palmer -on in Deeu Book "G" page 1, refer- to-wit: Beginning at the NE corner tue Tl'own of Mionticelio, Jefferson 2 North of Range 5 East, which is John H. Perk.ns and wife and Dan- dated February 4, 1600, thence East oce to wn.ch is hereby made, of Lot 13 of "Palmer or Lyons AdCounty, ann State of Florida, des- bounded by a line commencing at nitte H. Mays and wfe to Hughes w'i said sounern boundary line Aso tnat portion of what is dition" to the said town of Monticribed as ioulows: A certain tract a point on the North side of 'Pearl and Cannon by deed dated January of said Walnut Street 486 feet to the ioswn as Acaueminy Square" lying cello, as shown by map or plat of
rpai'f1 of ad lying and being in Street, (as extended) 10 feet East of 25th, 1908, and of record in said western boundary ine of Hickory oiortn of wasiiington street ana said addition as recorded in office ifte-owjsni Monticello, and enclos- the SW corner of the 10 acre tract Clerk's oftice in Deed Book "CC" street, thence south witt the west- cAenung AorLn to the Souti of Clerk of Circuit Court of sai et, y the following Doundary line of land conveyed by Edward B page 440, and also that certain par- ern Coundary line of said Hickory tinuar une oi said 'own Lots unty of Jefferson; said point beco-vu: 4ie'Inning at a point 60 feet Bailey to Samuel Moore by deed cei of land conveyed by John H. ,Lrect 1b leet, thence East 120 feet -,o u oz; anu measuring '10 feet Streetg on the South sid point running
" t( tne S corner of a lot of dated January 26, 1882 and record- Perkins and wife and Dannitte H. to the point of beginning. Amount ,vrai anU South by 200 feet East Street; and from said point running
'a c6ive yed by Thomas Williams ed in the Clerk's office of Jefferson iMays and wife to Conrad Stoeger of taxes ----------.....---------.. $202.13 anu west. Amount of taxes $173.b0 East along the South side of said
iai* vyet oy lhmsWlmse th 1ksofcofJfronPearl. Stteeaitaneo 1 et
and wile to virs. Salie E. Reichert County Florida in Deed Book "R" Dy deed date June 30th, 1914 and All that certain lot piece and par- oaIUate in ne town or Moniti- Pear Seet a distance of 210 feet; Iy deen dated November 17th, 190 page, 23 & 4124 and running thence of record in said Clerk's office in cel of land situate lying and being celo, viorida, ana more particu- thence runilnag South to the North- epams n botyundarykn w n s line of o Dogwoo'Pa m ed6 i
and recorded n the clerk's office Norlh 230 feet, thence East 200 feet, Deed Boo "KK" page 490, the n tie Town of Monticello, Jeffer- iailr Kown auin designated as the Str ryt th ne of Dogwood of saia county of jeluerson in Deed thence South 230 feet to- Pearl aforesa.d line commencing at a so county Florida known as the A 1o Lot of "Palmer or Street; thence- running West and took "t")'- on page 4o03, thence run- Street (as extended) and point 'oan the Western boundary of of the S of Town Lot .,. i on xuuilouu to the said '1'own along the Northern boundary line 1ung south )bt feet, thence West thence West along the North side said line 481 feet North of the measuring 2 feet North and South, oU AIontIweio, as shown by map or D od Ste 2 fe o
1A3 '~iet, thence Nortn 300 feet, to of\said Street 200 feet to the starting Northwest corner of the parcel of more or less and 100 feet East and or pinti ti sai A ition of record or less, and to the SE quarter ofi
Ltq ewengon easward of Dogwood point and embracing the lot hereto- land sold to the said David B. Bird West more or less, bounded North nt toe terk s unice of said County said lot 13, at ing
iectt tnence Last Iot teet to point iore conveyed to Mary Lucia Part- heretofore mentioned, thence run- ioy Le store now or formerly of oa-u lot imeasuring 100 leet square. North and to the starting point, and of je'uidfig, and hounded on the ridge by Maria L. Crovatt and her ning" in a straight line Easterly AIrs. Saluie laysor, East by Drug amount of taxes ---------- $3.2 containing 1 acre, more or less, and
orin ey vogwooct -Street as ex- husband, and the lot conveyed to through a point 506 feet North of tOre now or formerly of Johnson -tots i ant 4 ou Biock 29 (being being the Sa e lot or pared of land ff'te'lan the tast by land of R. C. saw Mary Lucia Partridge by Kate me Northeast corner of the land brote's, West by Jefferson Street, i o rmi 01 Said Block) of Wirok's Allmonwhich aby Jconveyed to Groeceiver oaupsol, on the South by land ol A. Fildes and her husband, both sold to Conrad Stoeger as aforesaid and all of the brick store and im- :astcrn Faddit.on to the said Town of Jefferson County State Bank, a v. (itrarueau and on the West deeds being of record in the Clerk's to the Eastern boundary of said provemnents thereon, be.ng the same oin iceilo, as, shown by map or Copo ation, by deed dated Februvy land of A. D. Girardeau, said office of.said County of Jefferson. land. Amount of .taxes --- $44.70 property as was conveyed to Rich- pluatl of said Addition of record in ary 10th, A.D 1920, and of record
land being tlae same land conveye Amount of taxes --------- $353.80 All that certain real estate lying a W. 'Woodbridge by Andrew aced book '1 page t6 of ,the pu in Said Clerks office in deed book
to nirain 1. Clark by 1. B. Bira Lot 4 Block 6 Wirick's Addition to and being in the corporate limits o Denham Master in Chancery on the lic records of said County of J ifter- in said Clerk's office deed book and' white by deed 'dated October the Town of Monticello, Florida. Monticello in Jefferson County itAl nay of April 1879. Recorded sn, and to wlmen reference is here- ence is her page 39made, and to which refer-acing :Ist A. 1 h1, andt recorded in the Amount of' taxes ----------$15.10 Florida, and known and designated -in Deed Book "P" folios 565-568, mane; san lots hereby conveyed the nce is herey frmade, and embracll ing t4ecorns of tne Clerk of the Circuit A Lot of ground in John E. Wir- as lots 7, 8 & 9 as shown -Upon the jefferson County, Florida. af a wo e measuring 200 feet North uate thereon. Amount of taxCourt of said County of Jefferson ick Addition to the Town of Monti- map of Academy Heights Subdivi- Also all that certain lot, piece and and south by lU feet East ad e t.j1 4e.e4 book "11" page 43. Mary cello in Lot No. 8 commencing at sion which map is of record in the parce of land situate in the town of v est, aid being bounded on the es commecin at.- ler$29.0 Ss. CLabi the grantor above names the SW corner running North 50 office of the Clerk of the Circuit mvionticello in the County of Jeffer- ,orth by' High Street, on the East trCmmencin the South sidea oflargthe Cherry i ow and only her at law feet, then East 1001 feet then South Court of Jefferson County, Florida, son and State of Florida, and des- uy a street separating said lots and Mill Road, 6 chains and 72 links,
of he said iram Ati. Clark. Am- 50 feet, then West to the starting in Deed Book "HH" page 484. cr-bed on thie plat of said town of It esIaCce iot of Late John M. Hen- East of the public road leading ount of taxes ------------ $140.9n point. Said Lot is South of Lot now Amount of taxes-------- $24.24 record in the Clerk's office in said y, on the outh by Pearl Street, fiom Monticel to Wau keenah
being in the iown of Monticello, or formerly of Bob Neals and Delia The following lands situated and County in Deed Book "G" as the nuo oil tic u st by the W of said Florda, thence running South 8
Jeaerson County, Florida, and des- oryant and borders on Water Street lying and being in the County of S oi the $S' of Lot 58 on the NE -jock 2, andti being the same lots chains and 79 links to the SW corCivetd as-al tlat certain portion of on thie South. Amount of taxes Jefferson, and State of Florida corner of Jefferson and Dogwood or parcels of lands conveyed to J. her of the7 lands conveyed by coMrs.the iLA oi Section JU in 'l"OwnsIp -----------------------------$5.40 and known and descrbed as all of street, measuring 25 feet North and and E. .. Knight by 'William C. n of the lands conveyed by Mrs
t ki-o~ l %rvun 'dk e b y stak es, 's all of o r e m a u i g 2 fe t N th a d s. ii E j. 0W A. W alk er to A b rah am Sim on by
Aorth o, Range a Last, which is A lot of ground marked by stakes the E of the SW of Section 19 ,othli and 100 feet East and West thor'nton and wife by deed dated deed date May 13th, 1889 and ren y a unee conmencing at measurmg 100 feet by 50 feet lysng an Township 2 Northof Range ~irom said Streets, respectively. October 17, 1935. Aniount of tax- corded in Clerk's office of said
the Aort side of Pearl in the NE4 of the South part of Lot East except 26 acres off the South Except that lot deeded to J. F. es __ __ ----------------------- $127.80 county indeed book U page 594;i
at the SEL corner of that 9 in the -Surveyed plat ofJ. E. Wir- end thereof. Also two certain, par- Wlhiams and J. 1. Johnson by John All that certain tract, piece ot and t ring thence West 76 feet,
acre tract of land which ick Addition, the border street on cels of land in the Northern addi- Ic. Perkins, N-vember 3, 1915 and parcel oi land situated, lying and thence running Northe 118 feet;was conveyed to samniuel L. Moore the North and Jessie St. on the East, (ion to the Town of Monticello ly- recorded in Deed Book "MM" page oeng iii the Town of Monticello n thence runningEast 76 feet thence
uyo n. b. Ianiey ana wife, by deed being the property conveyed by ing West of the Northern end of 241 in the records of Jefferson enerson County, State of Florida, runningg 3South 118 feet to the ncestart
uaei January 26t, 1862, and of John E. Wirick to Albert McCoy by the aforedescribed land and known County, Florida, sad part of lot 538 anu more particularly described as, ing point. The lands hereby conrecord in the oltice of the Clerk of deed dated August 3, 1884, and re- and designated as Lo' 3 and the S measuring 22 feet East and West kit of Lot 1 as formerly laid out and veyd being situate in the town ofone Circuit Court of said County of corded on November 24, 1887 in the of Lot 4. Said lands containing in oin Dogwood Street and extending urveyed by John Johnson, County oftiello, Florida, and being a
Jefferson in deed book "ll" pages 'public records of Jefferson County, the aggregate 64 acres more or less. o0 feet North and South, and being ourveyor, and containing 7% acres, portion of the North end of the
122-124; and thence running North Florida, in Deed Book "T" at page Save and except and subject to the the SE corner of lot 58. Amount more or less, according to the ori- NE of the SW4 of Section 3 260 teet thence West 100 feet, thence 471. Amount of taxes ---- -- $106.53 right of way of the Atlantic Coast of taxes ------------. ---- $380.24 g.nail Plan of said Town of Monti- Townshi 2 North, Range 5 East
runn.ng Soutn 230 feet, and to the Lot 50x100 feet in Southeast cor- Line Railroad extending across the That certain parcel of land des- celho as recorded in the Office f a b bigthe sa nge a
North side ox said Pearl Street, ner of SWI, of Lot 4, of Porter's NE corner of the first described cribed as being bounded by -a line the Clerk 6f the Circuit Court' of which Was cfyeyed to Mrs. Na L.
thence running East along the Addition to the Town of Monticello, parcel of land. Said lands being commencing at the NW corner of said County of Jefferson in Deed Kennedy by Mi's. R. H. McClellan North siae of said Pearl Street 100 Florida. Amount of taxes -_ $100.11 more particularly described in a Lot 229 according to the Old or Book G" page 1. Said land hereby by deed- dated January 2nd 1914, feet, and to the starting point. The The North 120 feet of Lot 4 of certa n deed executed by J. J. Luns- original plan of said Town as conveyed being also known as the and of record in said Clcrk's office parcel of land conveyed being Palmer's Addition to said Town of ford as commissioner to Lee A. shown by map or plat thereof re- 'Hulda Skannal land" and being in deed bo) 11" Pago382, an to
unded on the North by lands now Monticello, Florida, as laid out by Shepherd and Emma H. Shepherd corded in office of Clerk of Circuit taken from the W -of the SWI% of which reference is hereby made.
T fr of Samuel L. Moore, on Benjamin Dilworth, and being more bearing date October 13, 1898 and Court of said County of Jefferson Section 19 in Township 2 North of Amount of taxes ----------- $3.85
ea street separating same particularly described as commene- recorded in the office of the Clerk in Deed Book "G" page 1, reference flange 5 East, and adjoining the The West 25 feet of Lots 19 and
o Itow or formerly of Daniel ing at the NW corner of said Lot 4, of the Circuit Couft of Jefferson to which is hereby made, and run- North side of said Town of Monti- 26 and the East 50 feet of Lots 20 S and 0 ; the South by Said Pearl and running thence East 200 feet, County, Florida in Deed' Book "X" ning thence North 165 feet, thence cello as originally laid oit, but now and 25 being more completely desStreet and on the West by residence thence running South 120 feet, page 388. Amount of taxes_$134.90 running East 257 feet, thence run- within the Corporate limits of said cribed as follows: Begiinin at a ...ot -now or formerly of-H. R. Engle- thence running West 200 feet All those certain lots, tracts or ning South 165 feet, thence running Tovn as since extended, With the point 75 feet West of the NE corner
man, and being'the same lot or par- thence running North 120 feet to parcels of land situate, lying and West 257 feet to the starting point, exception of the following describ- of said Lot 26, and on the Nortl4
cel of land which was conveyed to starting point, being the property being in the Town of Monticello, Amount of taxes ----------- $5.60 ed property, to-wit: line thereof, and running the,
H. M. S.mpson and Mary E. Simp- conveyed to E. H. Flipper by deed County of Jefferson and State of That certain lot or parcel of land Lot 4 cnveyed on May 17, 1917 West and realong the North line son, by Daniel A. Malloy by deed dated October 3, 1919, recorded Oct- Florida and more particularly des- situated and be.ng in the Town of to Lenora ,M.11er by deeds recorded said Lots 26 ,and 25 a distance of 75 dated November 1st A. 'D. 1917, and ober 13, 1919, in the public records cribed as follows, to-wit: Town Monticello in the County and State .n Deed Book "LL" page 313 and feet, thence running South a disof record in said Clerk's office in of Jefferson County, Florida, in Lots 27 and 28 according to the aforesaid, and known and describ- Deed Book "NN", page 309, of the tance of 200 feet, and to a point on
deed, book "LL" at page 326, refer- Deed Book "PP" at page 85. Amount original plan of the Town of Mon- ed as Lot 16 in the Parkhill Addition public records 'of Jefferson County, the South line of said Lot 20,.thence kehLetcP'khich is hereby made. __ of taxes ............... $97.48 t:cello as reeor'ded in the office of of said Town of Monticello, measur- Florida, and also with the excep- running East and along the South
'jn9 -%.tyhich is hereby made. The NE% of the SE',4 lying West 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ing 200 feet East and West and 164 tion of the following described line of said lots 20 and 19 a distance A umvtof taxes $- .. _121.66 of the "New Road" containing 30 Jefferson County, Florida, in Deed feet North and South and being the property, to-wit: of 75 feet, thence running North a
rlf of Lot 3 in the Eastern acres more or less; also all of that Book "G" page 1, said two lots same land conveyed to Mahala Lots 5 and 6 conveyed on January distance -of 201 feet, and to the point
Add~litilrof the Town of Monticello, port on of the SE%4 of the SE4 des- measuring 100 feet square and con- Douglas by Jefferson ,M. Lamar by 21, 1913 to Lewis and Capitola of beglioning, all of said above menFlorida, as laid off and numbered cribed as commencing at a point 5 stituting what is.commonly known deed dated August 4th, 1884 and Washington by deed recorded in toned lots being situated in -the by Benjamin Dilworth containing chains west of the SE corner of said as the "Perkins Block", bounded on recorded in the Clerk's office of Deed Book "JJ" at page 444 of the original plan of the Town of Monacre of land -more or less, and last described forty, and running the North by Washington Street, Jefferson County, Florida in Deed public records of Jefferson 'County, ticello, Jefferson County, Florid i
bounded on the North by Lot 2, thence West '15 chains, thence run- on the East by the Court House Book "S" pages 239 & 240, except Florida. Amount of taxes -$27.10 according to map or plat thereof East by Lot 10, and West by right ning North 20 chains, thence run- Square, on the South by Lot 18, the portion of the above described The following described land, sit- of record in the Deed Book "G" at of way of Seaboard Air Line fail- ning East 15 chains,,thence running and on the West 'by Mulberry property which was conveyed by uate, lying and being in the 'County page 1. Amount of taxes -- $138.00 way. Amount of taxes $100.44 South 20 chains to starting point Street. Amount of taxes $2,757.45 'Mahmala Douglas to Lamech Taylor of Jefferson, State of Florida, to- In addition to the amounts set
' The following described lands to- and also lying West of said "New The following piece or parcel of by deed dated January 1, 1907 and wit: What is known as the "Hooten opposite each parcel of land in the ydvitydplhi an'd being in the County Road," all of said lands being in land, situated lying and being in recorded in the public records of Place" and containing 10 acres of foregoing schedule, interest and 4,o 4 e qns Florida as follows; Section 19, Township -2 North of the town of Monticello, in the Jefferson County, Florida, in deed land and situated in. the NE% of penalties as provided by law, on
T'e. 2Of lot 7 according to the Range 5 East, and containing in the ,County- of Jefferson and State of book "BE" at page 53, and also the SE% of Section 30' in' Township such delinquent taxes, together with Oblkh l /sifid addition to said Town aggregate 6(I acres more or less. Florida and bounded by a line com- except the portion of the above 2 North Of -Range 5 East, and being a proportionate part of the costs
-of-Monticello as laid out by Ben- Amount of taxes --..... $357.82 mnencing at the NW corner of Town described property which was con- the same lands which were conyey- and expenses of this suit, are sought
jamin Dilworth and measuring 200 Those certain Lots or parcels of Lot 230 formerly owned by T. L. veyed by Mahala Douglas to Louise ed to Simon Simon by Charles Hoo- to be enforced and foreclosed in
feet North and South and 100 feet Land lying and being in the Town Clarke, and running thence North Cuyler by deed dated August 29, ten by deed dated February 9th, A. this suit.
East and West. Amount of taxes__ of Monticello, Jefferson County, and 780 feet, thence East, 157 feet, and 1910, and recorded in the public D. 1883, and which .is of record in You are hereby notified to appear -------------------------- $23.70 State- of Florida and described as to the land now or formerly of' C. records of Jefferson County, Flor- the office of the Clerk of Circuit and make your defenses to said Bill
All that certain lot, piece or par- follows: to-wit: Lots 204, 206, 207, T. Carroll, thence South 780 feet, ida in deed book "FF" at page 320. Court of said County of Jefferson of Complaint on or before the 4th
cel of land lying and being in the 224, 205 and 227 as described in the and thence 'est to the starting Amount of taxes --.... $8.42 in deed book "R" page 366, refer- day of January, 1943, and if you fail Town of Monticello, Jefferson Coun. plat or plan of said Town of record point, and bounded also on the S~tuate in the Town of Monticel- ence to which deed is hereby made to do so on or before said date the ty, and State of Florida, described in the Clerk's office in the Court North by a Street 60 feet wide, lo, Florida, and known and describ- for a more particular description of Bill will be taken as confessed by as follows: Commencing at the in- House in the said Town of Monti- dedicated as a public street and ex- ed as follows, to-wit: Lot No. 6 of said 10 acres; but saving and ex- you and you will be barred from tersection of Washington Street cello in Deed Book "G" page 1. tension of Bloomer Street West, the "Andrew Denham Addition" to cepting therefrom three certain lots thereafter contesting said suit, and with the lane or alley directly West Amount of taxes ------- $399.51 East by land now or formerly of C. said Town of Monticello, as shown (each 100 feet square) situated in said respective parcels of land will '6t fd Idfoining the lot now or for- Those certain lots or parcels of- T. Carroll, South by the North end by map or plat of said Addition as the SE corner thereof previously be sold by decree of said Court for
merly of Mrs. Mary D. Partridge land lying and being in the Town. of Pine- Street and by town lot -230 recorded in office of Clerk of Cir- conveyed by. F. L. Simon and wife nonpayment of said taxes and interand. running thence due North to of Monticello, Jefferson. County, and and West by land conveyed by Ed- cult Court of said County of Jeffer- to the following named parties: est and penalties thereon and the
Dogwood Street, thence 'due West State of Florida, to-wit: Lots 225 ward B. Bailey, and Carrie D. Bai- son :n 'Deed Book "C" page 545, and John W:lliams; Edward Wilson, costs of this suit.
210 feet, thence due South to Wash- and 226 .as described in the plat or ley his wife to William P. Gran- to which reference is hereby made; and Annie Morgan, said deeds being In Witness Whereof, I have hereington Street, and thence East to plan of said Town of record in the tham. Also all that certain piece but saving and excepting a strip off of record in said Clerk's office re- unto set my hand and affixed the starting point, and being bounded Clerk's office of the Circuit Court or parcel of land in the Western the entire west side thereof meas- spectively in Deed Book 'CC" page official seal of said Court, this 24th
on the North by Dogwood Street, of said County in the Court House part of the Town of Monticello during 75 feet wide previously con- 480, deed book "II" page 252 and day of November, 1942.
on ast by said lane and alley in the said Town of Monticello, in which is -bounded by a line com- eyed to Ibison B. Ridgeway as deed book "II" page 491; reference (CIRCUIT 'COURT SEAL)
said land from lot now or deed book "G" page 1. Amount of mencing" at a point 5 chains and 90 shown by deed therefor of record to which said deeds is hereby made OLYDE H. SAULS,
of Mrs. Mary D. Partridge taxes ..----------------. $21.87 links' South of the NW corner (on in deed book "SS" page 483 records for a particular description of said Clerk of said Court
Sn South by Washington Street, The following lot or pareel of Bloomer Street) of the lot or parcel of said County of Jefferson, and excepted portions. OLYDE H. SAULS
-n the West by lot now or for- land lying, 'being and situate in the of land conveyed to William P. lso saving and excepting so much Also, a certain other 8 acre tract Clerk Circuit Court Jefferson
early of James F. Henry, and being Town of Monticello, County of Jef- Grantham by Edward B. Bailey by of Lot No. 6 as is enclosed within of land situated West of and ad- County, Florida
the same lot conveyed to Ella H. ferson, and State of Florida, and deed dated August 27, 1888 an'd re- the following boundary lines, to-wit: joining the above described 10 acre By HATTIE MARY CLARK
McRae of the first part by Mrs. Vir- known and described as the lot of corded in the Clerk's Office of Jef- -Beginning at a point 160 feet East tract of land, and also being a por Deputy Clerk
S THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER
'GUNGA DIN' RETURNS 'THE BIG STREET' WILLIAMS-RUSSELL Democrat.
AS UNFORGETTABLE HAILED AS DRAMATIC Mrs. Maurice Loeb, Miss Dixie
SCREN EIC C MED OF HE EAR In a lovely candlelight ceremony Cook and Miss Elizabeth Smith, of All, _yesterday evening at 6 at the Pres- Monticello, attended the wedding. 0% 0414S
Vivid, supenseful turmoil in the Sparkling with originality, "The byterian church, Miss Frances Wells XO
history of British rule in India, re- Big Stieet" co-stars Henry Fonda ussell, daughter of Mrs. Ethel F. IRST BAPTIST CHURCH f
volving around a native outbreak and Lucille Ball in an engrossing Russell of Bainbrdge, Ga., became B. A. Roth, Pastor
alkng the Northwest Frontier in romantic drama of devotion and the bride of Staff Sgt. Thomas Glynthe Nineties, is spectacularly staged sacrifice by Damon Runyon, who dive Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School, 10:25. I. W. Shepin the screen epic based, on 11ud- produced the film from his own G. Williams of Hazelton, Pa. herd, superintendent.
yard Kipling's famous poem, "Gun- story, "Little Pinks." The pictur- The Rev. J. E. Ward of Bainbridge Morning Worship, 11:30. ga Din," with Cary Grant, Victor esque character drawing and color- an old friend of the bride's family, Training Union-6:50. McLaglen, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., ful sideoghts on Bradway l!fe thi officiated at the ceremony, with the Evening Worship. 8 o'clock.
and Joan Fontaine in the top roles feature Runyon's popular tales have assistance of the Rev. E. N. Cald- Prayer Meeting, Wednesday eveof a cast numbering a thousand been embodied in the dramatic well pastor of-the local church. ning at 8 o'clock. players. comedy.
Filmed with thousands of players Fonda has the role of Little Pinks Against a background of pine CATHOLIC CHURCH
in the huge Indian settings built on a bus boy at a Broadway cafe, and branches, four five-point candelabra a vast scale on the flanks of the Miss Ball plays Gloria Lyons9 an and standards holding white gla- Mass every Sunday in the Monti- -g o,_La
California Sierras, where the lanG- imperious -and selfish night club en- dioli and chrysanthemums made a cello Catholic Church at 11 o'clock, -_scape bears a striking resemblance tertainer who is the apple of Little lovely setting for the altar. The war time. to the mountainous ramparts of the Pink's eye, but who ignores him altar rail on both sides was entwinKhyber area, "Gunga Din" ranks completely. ed with fern and camellias. METHODIST CHURCH
as a notable achievement in film Fonda is said to have his finest A program of nuptial music in- E. Nash Philpot, Minister
history. role as the self-sacrificing bus boy, eluded the Bridal Chorus from Loh- Church School 10:30 A. M.
int thism t and Miss Ball has an equally de- engrin (Wagner) and Mendelssohn's Morning Worship 11:30 o'clock.
Agans tisgrm utpituesuemanding charadterizati6n whicht ap- Wedding March, played by Sgt- Youth Fellowship 7:00 P. M.f y
background, the' rom-ance between pears at the Katherine Theatre on George H. Yorgey, organist, and Evening Worship 8:06 o'clock.e the martial an'd playful adventures ___ Midsummer Night's Dream (Men- Prayer Meeting, Wednesday eveof the three sergeants are deftly Morgan Anderson, son of Mr. and delssohn) played by Cpl Harold ning at 8:00 o'clock. woven to create a memorable Mrs. J. G. Anderson, has returned Spaulding, violinist. Choir Rehearsal, Thursday evethread of romance, comedy and ad- home from Riverside Military Acad- The br'de, who was given in mar- ning at 8:00 o'clock. venture at the Katherine Theatre, emy, Gainesville, Ga., for the Christ- riage by her uncle, William PlemWednesday and Thursday. mas holidays. ing of Bainbridge, was radiant in a 2ND. BAPTIST CHURCH
..._..__......_......__ gown of ivory satin fashioned with Rev. Frank Pickern, Pastor
# a full skirt gathered onto a waist 'The services at the Second Bapfeaturing a sweetheart neckline and tist Church have been changed, as! leg-o'-mutton sleeves ending in pet- follows:
al points. She wore a veil of genu- Sunday School-10:00 a. m. ine lace, a'present froni a cousin in Morning Service-11:00 a. m. Sweden, and her only ornament was B.T.U.-7:00 m. YOU'RE going to s09 that ho
an olrd-fashioned gold locket which Evening Service-8:30 o'clock.foChitaloknmnya belonged to her mother. Her bridal man in uniform this yearL
bouquet consisted of white carnations and camellias interspersed ': help him got there
with maiden-hair fern. With travel facilities taxed to
Mrs. John Fleming, cousin of the limit, and the usual holiday
bride was matron of honor. Her CaliSTMA wa'gmng In-what more gen
lovely gown Qf orchid taffeta was
1 emphasized by an orchid ostrich .tfor "oulda weat to
feather in her hair an'd an arm bou- -fr "our holiday seat" to tm quet of white gladioli. The four cnip -seasoned soldiers, sailors a
-N bridesmaids, dressed in rainbow marines. We can take our a
shades of taffeta with matching os- trip later, when the situation s
trich feather hair ornaments, were
the Misses Mary Catherine Hart and So let's speed the boys off
Mary Rhame of this city and Annie home fires for ChrlstmaasT
Pearl Stevens and Emily Bridges of need it most. Give them a
BACK FROM NORTH AFRICA Bainbridge. Little Margaret Whit- .. andaboost.. anda
field Neely, junior bridesmaid, wore
Washington, D.. C.-SoundphotoWounded soldiers home from Nortlh a becoming gown of yellow taffeta. But even if Christmas for our country's morals.
Africa are shown in this photo made at Silver Springs, Md., as train loads of wounded United States soldiers arrive and are taken to Walter The bride's mother chose black came once a month,
Reed Hospital for hospitalization. No names or how many were lace over pink taffeta and a pink we would hardly find
brought is mentioned. carnation corsage for her daughter's BUY U.S.
wedding. Miss Georgia Fleming, words with which to BONDS & STAM
aunt of the bride also wore black thank you for your
lace and a corsage of white carnations. generous support.
Out-of-town guests for the wed- And now let us wish
5 ding were William Fleming, Miss
Georgia Fleming, Mrs. -Annie Brad- you all a very
well, Mrs. Jack Gray, Miss Frances Christmas in 1942.
1VMayes and Miss Helen Parker, all
42 of Bainbridge, and Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall Mayes of Cairo, Ga.-Daily MRS. J. D. GOLDBERG
M. OW IS T HE TIME 'TO,
Rising above the turmoil and cares of the world is
the majestic story of Bethlehem. May the star that ,.
shone then still cast its light for you and all of us, revealing new pathways to happiness and achievement. Our entire organization joins with us in thanking *
you for your good will and patronage during 1942,
and in wisl g you a very Merry Christmas.HARRuIS GROCERY..""t
way. If your toaster is out-of-fix, it's
'~ '~ 'true you may not be able tp replace
- it. but you can have it repaired~i a
- - - - - - - -U s e o u r A p p l i a n c e S e r v i c e S t a t io n "~
if you have a toaster or any other
electric appliance in need of repairs.
YOU AN HLP WN THS WA --If it's a small appliance, such as an YOU AN ELP WIN THI W A --iron or toaster, just bring it b~y our
office and we'll have it repaired -by
HEALP YOUR COUNTRY -a qualified repairman You can dick
- it up here later, and there will be no
cost to you other than the repair- by selling man' cages
* If it's a larger appliance, such as a
washer or range, just phone us and
- Yo r Ol Carwe'll ask a competent repairman to
FOR METAL FLORID.B POW 4 HOM~%
Tour Old Car, Plus Scrap *Et
Equals Dead Japs
T. W. SHUM AN Ee",:"' ~ .,.
Gall nUs-we'll Buy Your Scra op Thomasville Road
MDk DiChIER1, 1942._ THE MNTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA SEE
Irmrhf'1ir2I ~ Mrs. Iva> Platt, of _________ _____Ga.,
Social~d 41.XtLvitie formerly of Monti'cello, announces!4 ~ ~ ~ ,4"BGDUL ETR
Mattr orcopy forWe
Blowen, Phione S-Ri not later thah Td, a of 'kc eft Gilbert to~ Joseph vDaniel Riggs, of MEXICAN SPITFIRE
_____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____ ____ Savannmlh, Ga.'' E E H
Te widdiflg Nas ain event of Lupe Vel1ez, Leon Errol
Gapt. and Mrils. W. W. Bassett, Jr., -Mr. 13. h isfdln, of Thm uy2, atRidgeland, S. C. 4I G O T T W A
frmPl piys ai. r e-vlb si Monticello, spendfitg a GHS OW A
from Pam S~prngs, QaiJX, ae ex- vll~, i ~ Mrs... sd d Mrs. Biggs are now re- uc JesTn:Mco
pected tspnd the holidays With few 'daYswt e btef r- E i ga ypvaniih, Ga. Also-CARTOON
Capt. Bassett's parents, Mr. an Mrs. B. Bai 4, Sr., ho is making satis-__ Iii ii IT S O
NN.W aset r.fcoy___~s ic errcn FYGLIE-PLATT iMDIH HW
W~~llnss Sastt r att por) c eacnATURD~AY Dec. 19, 1 .M
Mr.Bailey of Jacso e Mrs Iva Platto ~Mbulrie, Ga.,~? ~A1
Ville ws the week en'd guest of her fit. andl Mrs. J-F of of F.anounes te marriage of her ~ ~ ~ jApto~rL Ia
brother and sister in' law, Ar. and, Myes are seding the hoiasdagtryJlaPulnt A .wth Chale Farrel, June Lng
Mrs. Wr. Li. M aige. witl L. Goff's m~othr Mrs. Anni Faliv, o ontic10o,. on ,Nvefiber
/ Arndt.b 25, inj PaaCity. UDY MNA
William Trip~p arrived home on Th coupl are spending the holi.)(-,) 2,"
Trsday from Enjory University. MaEi ud Jones, ]inic eco- d av lier wtMr aglie's p ni.I Atlanta, Ga.,-to spend the Chistmas I nom s tqler of the Monticello holidays with his jparen~ts, Mr. an tI h scl left today for tie h Ms Cr lie Brino spent lastMrs Mau~rice Tripp. in Muber, where she il spn vekl wt fred in Valosta. ......
th Christmas holdaysSa.4~Th.
Mr. .ad Mrs.-C-. W.Harris spAenti og
Wede~cay n 4~ wlli fion th ~vstr n~ nti C CRK Rao Picurewit arto Maclane ,-i Mrs. .L, Jones ond tw Loren Raya~ Collin Maio Matn-m r
and ~ ~ ~ ~ o te Order of -th Catr Stare onNolp.Mno ~t~O children. have gone to Bartow Tu~esday evning, -wr ArAndMs where they will spen~d the Christ- '1 iam- Bellinger ad Mrs ERm11xa rsOts Keadle spent last week RUSIUA ONTHE~ OhF2FENSIVE 10MYEDRI ias liohidaya -with relatives Bon f ahsueedin Thomnasville, Ga., as the Te ed Army brpketruhm r enaidfnssa hyfre A I H
guest___________ 6her husband's parent,f Mr.beceabvan ot;fKesaaatKahwihtynw LAEWRN S
thesea eucse 3,0 mor r ers ee take on~i s Suna I a orc Mr N.L. Chick leftgt arn nqemer on TSADe. 22
GIVE FLO4WERiSFOR CHRISTMAS for Cam Pe ~Willimbug te Do-Vlg 4rn4KN FTETLZN'
44and see or call V'rginia eis M cinist Mate, 1t
Clss amon the -av Seg s Hi THE wdim red fruit suc as a
son W.J. hik, e'nlistad~o 0eo n rElotuatinbe E.&TUS
Eas End Hlorspic~
com muche gratr ha t sabdY
Anysle hilMsispi I ~r_- L HS TR
CpmWie Flow es Phne and. reaaiia61rnva-ue ,0 wmninteSot or
Apcpee, returned$ar aom dn Friday Guo
Bearde wht ehas'~ beene spndnLPe ihr a 9o t te A,,Jt h b ,TePs fiecn
<4eyou youj Oldu such triigpo
Seea weeks~ Wha appa reobne you'dif sh
Chimney wMonticilg wietyw e..
youogsers eiift listse to~ioi bebf cked10.l&a ~i~lAg._ ssMrhe jpbitt Maysiil aand4~ te sos a-i erpae'Ti en ih- otsn o modest eee
wanttte Jr.a andr Aihy, who hav es cotoe~r-ttodhnfwrpeate ilbitidduo i
helpda ande~a are icebo and the ]ien- man car wil beoftera htIclesep am n os t eHARAK r
oflt so. Meliiou tldistrnctrve D. 11-.,ta pralo ytm wl~odtaple osaleuty [ihCNFNAN
can- get s'd anew otir knwneddSf
Mas r r kedw.cesa welln~d tae toal larg pake BAVjIS afe* drd >f ne
toyilis sno Mr.t~i~ and Mrs.c~ iine Euop v~:n't4 give u tcso etr inn a eex*NpbS tMNi' eo pouto
dieinsele Prouce pu-lietclb'GOG tSTEVo'ENSu~ h r ~ l h f j ~ tit
findO Serehenrgii'qic- Sttin ScenPa y'e ar ndFe
Christma Youd ys don't 'Onet prhe contrary, th u t e*of e r to i gis n w i fet!
Buy~S0 CHISMA SEALS arie nedDFESenir te 'It$~
Happ coonente ate home are brighter
and~~~~~~~~ue spakle its anane old frien ofnd theR TheES NeEWSSEICUIN PEDS OES.
famazy yeady toc takeoff its capde and helse. ALs always theIGH betrHu!OWSBAS WL
SCHWIETME ITE COSTS LESS inTLD 1ND3R we'llIT OFv'rdctin THE Drf Fam uitr.Th r
MONTICELLO~~A COC:COL PO.LN COM. some kid4w odfut n vg or a enisrce oIie
e.bls D4srbt~shv araydaey---lsiymnwo qi YS fteZDROL
TA-he Moticello News, Monticello, Fla.: Fridav December 18, 194
C'r 3MediatEi eMr eW4.ST ye5LT~
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RUFUS,~~~~t haYve your moneyENIR batCE TORTO
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REG'LAR FELLERS---F~unker th oreB EEBRE 2Egthe Ae.e-Ce tire nervokl
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Trate 1v14-So, young fellorw, ~
deieto become my on-i- a i htcfar
nrle-Npo sir, I don't.Bti
Marry your~ daughter I, don't see witie
kow Ican getotof i.PatrNo 29iinszs1,2,4.
~ck~h short, pbineoiC
inthck takes 35,'~a~s
@GIiEGO' Wi.IELAS a yards 39-inc maedao, iqyawttif, a 4e r& t
Buak-Iha Roison ismc in crop ligh none tood~ eo 'd; Earl dBill. liktew Bcnrs o olr
Private Ye a tk asudn turn lene against his ol pin trip 0g I~ tus gtt youo to be!'EIGCRL ATR ET
~1e And~ra~o an'Sbi Well' St atidhicago. ~tbe
of 9e'Io ? num ere a'e ol rci an w ag ie ai wolf Name ....
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and on$inmand t joou occsio ai hti~tearadte dpr-tes~had otwsad'h oa hnd-h aaero
fimrer'iobig Bill hoseeirswa a 0 ramuh-igig aae n
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te he of~os his-~ wold an lasttadnos
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thepace si. houeru adntil bi~ ~ldn -hilng 'The. yo LikteJdg, at is &te 'lvery' stho'uhoe
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TEN THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1942
U. S. Army Sound Film
Aerial Attack and Interception b
At Courthouse Monday
First Fighter Conmand
U. S. Army Air Force
Aircraft Warning Service WHAT YQUl Go% WILL I
Every citizen of Jefferson County
is invid, The holiday spirit of 1942 rules May we tke this brief, but sincere,
pected to attend the showing of the -teln oa.I s --Army's new sound Film at the the land' today. It is King
Courthouse, Monday night Decem- time to wish you the happier t
her, 21, at 8 o'clock. 1 p h wars
The film is the very latest sounl o men. Holiday Season possible.
film that the Army has put out. It
'will be interesting and educational
to all, whether Observers or not.
We understand it shows the actual
shooting '4d.own of enemy planes, SOUTHE ASSOCIAT -S0RE
with sound accompanmrent. SOUTHERN AUTO ASOCAT STR
Don't forget the date: IDecember
~' Dont orgt he at: lceibe -Monticello, Fla. E. F. Ridgeway,, Owner
21, at 8 P. M. at the Court House.
The picture is free to all, so let's
'all be on hand.
STUART C. SIMPSON-... .... .. .... .
Sub-Distr et Director, AWS U1. S.el Army Air Force.
, Prof. Kenneth R. Williams, of the
University of Florida, has 'een ap____-__.OF._-H ER____"AY-- pointed a member of the committee
WAUK EENAH h on ofessieoal relations of the departifent of classroom teachers in'
the National Education Association.
Miss Dorothy Colson spent a few
days of this week with Rev.' and War Plant Worker Buys Bonds
Ditit-for Warrior Husband a s
Mrs L. Boyd in Madison attend- f rrr ua 1 Joe Palooka say
ing the Conference and re- Although she has two- children to
turning Friday. support on her wages -as a power
TO Press operator at a war plant, Mrs. TIe Demonstration Club met with. Mabel W. puts 18% of her pay every
Mrs. J. F. Colson for a Cristmas week into War Bonds, through the
M rogra o F. jay Colon 4.r a Christmaso Payroll Savings Plan.
program on Friday, December 4. 1 t 5 eeybn h
December' Mrs. W. thinks of every bond she- I soutd investment -buys in terms of what it can do for
Mr. C. R. Parham spent last week her soldier husband out in Australia.
in St. George visitingI his brothers "Already," she says, "I've-bought
and sister. U TruewrDw, --Cowursy Kanas City Jim a Garand rifle and a gas mask et yourself a bit morein War' Bonds. I feel I'm helping ~o~0
- brng hm bak sfe ad sond!"- -make a few "sacrifices"-and reachI
-----brmng him back safer ad d l Uncle Sam's goal of 10% for War
Mrs. Martha Jemnings is visiting ,IYou Can Spare 10%! Bonds every payday! Sign up today
the orphanage at Enterprise this MRS. WALLACE McL EOD VIMaybe you can't save as much as with the Payroll Savings Plan where
week. T18% bf your salary in War Bonds. But you work!
The entire community was shockMrs. H. W. Tyler is substituting ed to learn of the passing of Mrs.
in the school this month. Wallace McLeod, of Aucilla, in the FFOR 8075 fPOR Z I 'Hey, you'se folk, don't forget to g
- hospital in Tallahassee, Saturday, -over th' top with -that 10% bh
The pecan crop has been gather- December 12. Mrs. NcLeod Jhad P r New kear's!"
ed and the best prices in a long been seriously ill for only a few to% for war snds-every W4ay day
time received -- days. ----Ae#ow BUY -BUY,
Mrs. Robrt re and ch n F rsa McLeod was a graduate of When Irene got home from the air-Florida State College for Women, plane factory s he. was -good and -Y -H~ST A SEALS__________from Phoenix City, Ala., are with tired. This was the hour, after work
her parents, Mr. and- Mrs. J. G. T m o t and before dinner, that she always
Jones for the holidays. 'A. 0. Pi Sorority, and, taught for a looked forward to. Her private name Jones fo t holidanumber of years in public schools for it was "My sissy hour.". Into it,
Heavy frost and thin ice, Mon- of this state. tedays, she p backed all the lazy, e P
heay rot an tu -ic, on ~tlissat -- --luxurious little -things she loved- Rememrber Pe r Harbor EveryP y a
day and Tuesday, makes' us know Simce her marriage to Wallace L- things that used to take up a lot more
hatSanta Claus days are near. How -Mceod, she had resided in Aucilla. than an h6ur of her peace-time days.
tha Sat Clau day arenra snrvire wHow onut She sat down- at the little desk min__________thankful we should be that the death Funeral serve e conducted her room. You could tell quite a lot .
'dealing instruments are still not from the Presbyterian Church, about Irene from that desk. The within our- borders Let us cele-, Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock, with water-glass filled with the small boubrate 'Christmas in a Christian way. the Rev. R. T. Wallace in charge. quet of flowers sie sometimes bought
r,-B 1 Rolad on the way home. The paper-weight
uria- wa s i e an Cemetery. of pink marble. The thin, crackly Pallbearers were: Navar Cadet blue air-mail stationery. And the big, Buster Hancock, Phillip Bishop', J. framed photo,
C. Waldron, Henry Malloy, Frank, graph of a young
~ alloy, Frmnk,
4,man mna corpo-
lin Smith aid Oliver Scruggs. ral's uniform-as
Surviving are her husband, Pvt. good-looking a
Wallace L. McJeod, of Fort Eustis, rman as Irene was
Va'., and a baby daughter, Mary El- blotter pad lay the
len; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. telegram that had come \that mornAltman of Sopchoppy, and a bro- ing just as she was leaving for work. their, Lieut. R. M. Altman. -With those long, well-shaped fina-e gers she reached for a sheet of paper.
Out oftown relatives She nibbled the end of her pen for a
the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs., R. bit, and then she wrinkled up her
-D. Altman, Mr. and Mrs. -Clyde Mfor- -nose at the picture of the soldier and-
began to write, "Dear Mr. Morgen- com~s~ rison, M. and Mrs. Jennings Rouse,. thau" but the, corporal's name was -all of Sopdhoppy; Pvt. Augustus Jackson and she called him Pete. Altman,. Camp, Carrabelle; Mr. and Her round handwriting spread 4Mrs, Jim irlan'd of Crwfordvie ih e a
Avabn adlI~ouglas 1MeLeod and cabled me fifty dollars with which to
and when it dogs 14 Mr.Norman W. -McLeid of Miami; buy a diamond ring. I've been thinkMr. and 1- W. M. -MnLcott o::Per- thg it over and decided td buy a WarMr.Bodthepnc S isea.Ts come, "we want it to r; r. anid 1Mrs.-Dunnie. Arrants of ay hdel t6brn my by frien
I come with all the old- Lake City;F Mrs. -J. W. Bishop and home sooner, and then he can help'5. 11' Bishop of Lake City. me select my ring."
-fashioned trimmings .,,Slowly she began to sign her name.
I that make tisesLient.. Gregory Smxith, U.S.N., and (Letter from an actual commnunithisseasn Mrs' Smith, of Lyige, Conn., with cation in the files of the Treasury so joyous. --their -small daughter, I.Lydia, 'were Department.)
Thanks, onJndal, y Taylor. The USmith fpmily-were The hedgehog does riot generally
oryur kindnes to en route frott Lyme to Miami and emrefroin its r-eureuIn during
-I - stopped .in Monticello to visit with algt-us during 19142. their many friends here. Lieut. NOTICE TO CREDITORS X
ioe inthe Panama Canal Zone. --
I fULI US' I_______- -State4 of Florida,
EU?; ~SEALS County of Teiferson.
............. ..... B T CIRISTA S SEALS You and eacI of you are hereby
____________________________________________ otfid an reqired to pentd an, either of you, may have against the
estate of .(Mrs.) Ella T. Chason, deThe World's News Seen Through --ceased, late of -s-aid County, to t-he
County Judge o-f Jefferson County,
THE CHRISTIAN SCIINCE MONITOR Flridae at hio ffiiceinidhe cort
As ntenatonaDaly ewsape .eight calendar months from the date
is Truthful-Constructive-Unbiased-ree from Sensational.- of the first publication -of this no--
ism Editorials Are Timely and Instructive and Its Daily tice, the first publication of this noFeatures, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Make tice being on November 27th. 1942.the Monitor an Ideal Newspajker for the Home. Each claim or demand must be in
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Address.--.------------------------------.-- 1942. P. W. BISHOP,-
SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST Executor of the last Will -and ; .---.. ....
- Testaent and estate of (-Mr.) ElaCuPeyKnaTCP tr
- T. Chason, deceased. 11-27-4t cuts assCt tr