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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
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System ID: UF00028301:00222

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Contract is AwardedFor tllRIVTMlt LDITION: Brinson Low Bidder On--

I The IH-DMXrat w ill make et cry I
effort to print the flirt-tina edition i

Band Uniforms I on Wednesday night of next t Benbow Road Contract
i week M> that the forte may take I

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"tirl-twaa holitlay. Your -
School Board Agrees To Performance Reports I will be appreciated in cc.operation bringing Large AttendanceAt Work Should Start Soon

in any news items a,. early in
Underwrite $700 Must Be In Jan. 15 the week aOf pos ible and hrtMera O. E. S. MeetingFortyone After First Of

Balance Due now And that dat )oil Year
I will lie contacted for a greeting members attended the
F. D. Yaun chairman of Glades
thia edition. MiouUl
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County Agricultural Conservation nor regular meeting of the Moore Haven -
'he Beard of Public Instruction. nii BrinsoQ Construction Company of
by rhaaie drop
Association any iou Chapter. Order of the Eastern
that
today announced
lot a special meeting held Monday Tampa was low bidder on the
br: the office no later than Tuesday contract
all performance under Star at the hall in Moore Haven
I reports the
Bit, lt a contract for the par- : night and pick ont the ad for reworking the existing base
1947 j Tuesday night which was presided
Agricultural Conservation Program
.sha of band uniforms to Mack wish.JUNIOR. and surfacing of State Road 720 (the
must be filed in the local AAA I i jou over by Mrs. E. M. Dull Worthy
Green for a total price of $2550, old Clewiston road) running past
office before 15. 1948. matron and J. K. Rogers Worthy
on or January
for ftftjr-ane member of the band. Benbow plantation and connecting
The beard also agreed to underwrite -I Practices eligible for payment In- Patron. with Road 25 four miles west of
clude phosphate and potash to eligible CLASS PLAY The program featured a Christmas -
the balaa.ce .f |700 which has I Clewiston. The road Is about ten
tree representing the birth of
not yet bars raised to pay for the crops, establishing a permanent miles In length and the bid vas
pasture by seeding or sodding, our lives. Members hung ornamentson
MtfwtM bat stipulated that theMMfJBt
I I ENJOYED BY LARGE the tree to represent the various $69,990.
mowing or chopping weeds or shrubsin
: mint be paid back by March This
; was one of the first hard-
virtues of our lives, expressed the
pastures; cover crops of summer
; 1, 1$4Q. TMa will insure the band
surfaced roads in the area shell
of these virtues in I
meaning Terse
legumes or non-legumes; surface
;5 7ssebrrs getting their nniforBU a* CROWD FRIDAY NITE being hauled by a dummy railroadto
water control on pastures; and application When the lights were turned on the
OOB a* they are delivered t,re. of minor elements as soil tree stood as a symbol of a beautiful build the grade In the early 20's.
Mr. C..e spent two days this amendments. Payment for these life shining with all the virtues. Since that time some resurfacing

I t weak measuring the band members'for practices will be made to cooperat- The Junior Class play, a three-act Ensemble singing of Christmas with marl has been done to makeit

the attractive new outfits and hag farmers who timely report these comedy entitled "Professor, How carols was enjoyed. Mrs. J. H. travetlable in all weather but the
If the order bM already gone out The practices.Mr. Could Yon?" was presented on Friday Doty, organist accompanied at the heavy traffic it carries as it traverses -

: uniform coasts of white trousers Yaan stated that it is quest- night of last week in the school piano. the county's principal agricultural
J 'J with a narrow gold stripe, gold tenable whether all of the money gymnasium before a larg and ap- Charles M. Pirkle was installed as area. has kepi it constantly -

, coati with a black. Sam Browne available1 to cooperating farmers in ireciative audience. SentineL Mrs.: R. J. McLeod acting r4MIh.
style befc and a gold-crowned cap The play was ably directed by the Installing Marshal and Mrs. Dullas
! I this county will be need because of as Paving of this road has been
with Mack Mil The material i oft class Miss LiawaElterbe
Junior
i sponsor. Installing Officer. for
the extremely adverse weather conditions sought many years and this year
r wool whipcord I this year. particularly on and every role in the play It was voted to send twenty-six the state Road Department Included
[i W Kfltart: to obtain the uniforms large posture acreages. Should was well enacted. Bobby Sexton dollars and siity-two cents as a I I the project in its FarmtoMarketprogram.

. haft bcea Bade by the Band Par- this be true, Mr. faun added, this the grandpa in the play. had a foot pedal Christmas gift to the Paving will be only eighteen -
1' eats AaaaeiaUon over a period of mill probably make more funds injured in an accident the day ot Ida Masonic Home at St. Flor-I ft wide but will be a great

; val moaths and the drive hall I available to farmers who were able the play but went through hw parton burg.Ii.. help to traffic over the road.
- ''J! been fateneified in recent weeks in to do more work. MrYams urged crutches. The leads were taken C Keen, J. K. Rogers and n'l I rhe Brinson Company has donea
: order that the band could be attired by Wilson Cason as the young pro- E. Waldron were Introduced as
that every farm operator report the great amount of work In this sec
; in a standard band uniform for II performance carried out on his farmas lessor and Skippy Tompkins as his newly elected three highest officers tion and It is probable that the

such public appearance as may be soon as possible and certainly heart throb. of Moore Haven Lodge No. Ct The contract will be awarded and work
made this year. Between acts and prior to the Chapter was Invited to attend Installation started
before January 15. 1948. very soon after the first of
I I _____.___ play the school band, under the direction ceremonies December 29. .
the
: 4 Navy To Play : of Prof. Harry Grant played (Continued on Page S** year.Dragline
E I t Baptist Church To a number of enjoyable select1o'1tsl Following the meeting Christ-
I '" Santa AtJacksonville I.I I.I. Have Christmas and Miss Joyce Click entertained Arrives
with skit "So Would I
:1 Program Xmas Eve I." a delightful I Christmas ProgramAt For Use By City/_

The cast of the play was as follows Methodist Church
On
e I Loan From WAA
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Twin Saint Nkks will play host ,
The Baptist Church will have a Keats Perry, a young professor, On .Sunday NightThe
i, .to 1i*,Christmas,youngsters party at lo-he be annual.Navy held I ChrUUnas!,pageant; presented by the Wilson 6aIOJL :- ..- , > .,. -. The cltyVr<>< st for a dragline!

varIotiTSunday'School classes on I Vicky Randolph the bane of his Methodist Church and Sunday. from the War Assets Administration
at the Naval Air Station. Jacksonville -
Christmas Eve at 7:30. The direc- life Skippy Tompkins. lose' for hurricane
i December 21. School will depart from the usual as a rehabilitation
Ta< Christmas party promises to tion of this pageant, which has a Grandma Perry, an obliging soul custom of a Christmas Eve program i and' for putting the city
missionary theme, is under Mrs. R. Maude Click.tsrandpa in better shape to withstand such
this and will have the -
be ate et the largest given at the I :year program
E. Jordan, Mrs. Mack Greene and Perry, an Innocent bystander catastrophes in the future, has beenanswered
1 on Sunday night instead at I
c. Naval Air Station In years. Young-
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Miss Jean Moore.A .
Bobby Sexton eight o'clock. I with a P and H crane
front Naval establishments -
.n nearby
have been Invited and 350 gaily lighted Christmas tree Is John Appleby a helpful friend, The Christmas story will be told I which was shipped here from the
promised with a visit from Santa Donald Farnam. Portland Me., Navy Yard and which
Jacksonville In song and pageant by the Sunday
children from nine orphanages -
will come as guests of the I Talus the highlight of the program. Priscilla Morley a sweet young school children from the primaryclasses arrived in Moore Haven last night.
There will the usual gift exchange thing, Jeanne Heflin.
Navy youths Children' attending through the Intermediates.Santa I Although shipped this great distance
from the oryfcaaage will be furnished -I i I Tootsie Bean, a plump tpinster, Clans will visit then will' be It is understood that the ma-

Navy tram.pcstatiot to aad from Everyone is cordially invited to Eugenia Whiddea.Batcher a big Christmas tree and the Sunday chine the party.: attend this program. Boy Bean, hr big brother School gift exehaage will be of lading which greatly reduces the

A hose Christmas tree with all Marion VoweH.Valerie held. freight costs. The city also agreedto

I the trimmings will be set up in I Seal Sale Tops WaKaas. a northern Everyone is cordially Invited to pay the coots of any needed repairs -
t. the MMmtihi au4.ltori1lmh"re charmer. Lox Co I,attend this program bet a preliminary examination
f: Rear Admiral Ralph Davion Commandant I Last Year Total $Boggii. the storing butler, i of the machine this morning indicates -

Seventh Naval District is Cleveland Hancock. Hold Divergent Views that little repair work, if
I But Not All In
t' to welcome aboard Santa Clans I any will be required. The machine
: Number One Undoubtedly, old I Lykes Bros. Make On Legalityof Home I has wider caterpillar tracks than

1 t Kris Kringl will utilise the as- Mrs John R Dowd. Jr., chairman I were at first hoped for, making It
aistaaoe of the Navy Wives Club of the Christmas Seal Sale for Annual DonationTo Beauty Treatments easier to use on the spongy muck

'"'..* the galaxy of gifts are dis Glades County stated yesterday that I ChurchesJ. I soil in hydraalically controlled and
County
tributed. Navy wives supervised the seal sales for this :year had already TALLAHASSEE Dec IT- -FNS) has a thirty-five foot boom Instead

the purchasing of presents for the exceeded the total sales for W Lyketl-tcresldent of the -The State Board of Beauty Cal-! of the twenty-five as at first
164 guests and spent many busy the county of last year but added this ture and the Florida Attorney General thought No dragline bucket was
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that to whom seals had been Lykes: Bros. Cattle Company included since the machine has
afternoons wrapping,gifts in holiday many hold divergent views on the
splendor mailed had not yet sent in their week mailed a check for the donationto company's legality of home beauty treatments been In use as a crane but no difficulty
annual Christmas
The Chapel Choir of the Naval money. which has been that erupted into an inter-office tiff Is anticipated In finding a

Air' Station along with a children's Those who have received seals I divided county churches follows. this _...___L... bucket for ....
choir will be on hand to lend to and have not yet paid should do so Moore as Haven Baptist Church Executive Director Ethel M. The machine will be unloaded
'\he Christmas spirit.! IDlttatnental as quickly as possible In order that $200. I Manning of the beauty culture today and will be pat to work aa

music will be provided by the total sale returns can be known Moore Haven Methodist Church board said she Interpreted the law soon as possible cleaning out ditches

the Navy band.A by the first of the year.Committeemen to mean that members of the same building new and bolstering old
$200.
troup of trained dogs, visiting t Moore Haven Church of God household may not give each other leveetf and doing other needed work.

In Florida for the winter season, j jwti \ Are $100. manicures, home permanent waves,
< constitute an added attraction ) Bare Beach Presbyterian Church shampoos and similar treatments. New Officer To y
to the afternoon's events it was Elected SaturdayFor $100. Several people sent letters In
announced. I protest to Attorney General Tom Explain MotorResponsibility
Following the distribution of1 1 Coming Year Vatson--one asking If It Is now
Sifts, children will be directed In I Bids Are Asked For necessary for children to drop by LawEd

age groups to the Malnside Mess !I The second election In as many I Star Mail Routes a beauty shop each morning to

1U11 where refreshments will bej I i weeks to name three members of hue their hair combed. Stanley, trial examiner for the
served. Here, Santa Claus Number ,; the Glades County Agricultural Watson then called In the press Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility
Two will be on hand to chat'committee under the Production and Proposals will be received In the and said first that it was not up to Division, a new branch of the State
rttb all the little folks who miss1 i i Marketing Administration waa held office of the Second Assistant Post- the Board of Beauty Culture to Treasurer's office, with headquarters -

their chance to talk with Santa inS I I on Satarday and with a Quorum master General until 5:15 p. m. of interpret the law and, secondly Tampa, will be In Clewistoa
the Mainntde auditorium. j: present the following wOreelect- February I' for carrying te mails that their interpretation was Incor at the City Hall every second Thursday
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Chaplain Francis Albert, (}General j on all star routes In-several southern -
i ''ed: as commttteemen for the com rect. of the month, from 1:20 to
Chairman of the Party Committee : states. including Florida and %:30 to Inforaaton concerning
tog year: It is not against the law. Watson p. m. give
advised that every effort Is 1 i F. D. Yaanm who will again serve Insular possessions from July 1. said, for members of the family to 1 the new motor ear Insurance
14 made to insure a happy rate i, 1949. to June S*. 1 52.There of s
befog i.. chairman; John Tiedtke, who give home beauty treatments to I taw straighten out suspension
J for everyone. As to Just how ta .. will serve as vlee-efcalraaa and W. are two star routes out of each other notwithstanding state licenses and aid In keeping driving

; the Navy's Santa this year--Cl #- B Norton. Sf Reger M. Week the Moore Haven pollen and proposal I board posters warning that practice -I privileges. -

1 Ja Albert wouldn't say! It j! was named first alternate and David forms may be obtained from 01'I I of beauty culture outside of a Under the law Insurance mast
Stalls, postmaster
Mrs. Gladys
:I'O CHck. Mee ad alternate.I registered beauty shop vita or be obtained to give adequate fir -
t office ef the Sec-
by writing to the
; Lee Is Candidate I i I end Assistant Postmaster General without pay Is punishable by fine I r nancial responsibility within thirty
I and Mrs. Harry Shields and or Jail sentence. .I day after first accident or driver
For Comptroller daughter. Sae. *f Fort Meae spent \t In Washington. 'Next thing we know." Watson'j I license win be revoked. Mr. Stanley

.{ the week-Bd here with Mr. and MIKES MOVIE SHOUTS said "the barbers will be telling may be reached by letter at P. O.

H. A. "Lighthouse Harry" Lee. Mrs. Mack Greene. the men they can't shave and pow Box SCOT, Tampa.
this SILVER SPRINGS Dee. 17 der themselves."
attorney.
Gainesville
y**ag I
.week announced his candidacy for! ts a metabec of the AtwrUuui leg. (FN"S)-Four newsreel companies Miss Manning said after Wat- Pays and girls from 4J states
tW effiee of CempUOUer In "po- tea and the DfsaWed Aawrtcan Vet made movie snorts at Ron Allen son's statement, that she had sot competed la the 1>4? National

Moa to Edwin 0- Fraser ad the erans. He i.-|*.erlda-barnn. at Man- ReptBeInstlttte' and on the beach meant to Imply that mothers could Junter Vegetable Growers pro'ductlonmarketini '

senabs*+ Clarence M. ()I1. soo. and was married in 1942Miss to,,.1 The newsreels by Pathe, Fox. Cn- not comb their own-children's hair contest' actofw-

Lee Is a Wetid War t tHran of I Dorothv Brower a sister t ol venal Ind Parasufcnt wilt '.recetvnattenal e and she thought that a lot of sand ,tug to A ft P Fod Stores, ipoasort

hat years In the HM fcrtfilery and Glenn_ T Brower or Moore Haven distribution. was being raised about nothing. of the annual event' .

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NEVER esteem anything as
advantage to thee that
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.U"S "'II- ; .ll cus Aurelius. To keep a recipe card In view, If yon plaa to have popcorn

.".. ;....,. , ... ,' . . .. . . . .. ..'. .,. '; ;:: and out of the way while cooking j( strings for the Christmas tree this
: Nothing is 10 itrong ft ,11IJ *- card between the tines | the corn a day or two
: :; ::::: insert the I year pop
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tl Money is a handmaiden if glass. popcorn a chance to become
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thou knowest bow to use it; a - and the kernels won't break -
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.LEMOS..avIrxi% mistress if thou knowest not.- Let the buttons of your garmentbe when the needle is pushed through
Horace. an effective part of the trim- -
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There are no hopeless situations may be contrasting or matching.
; there are only men who - To tilt cardboard use a sharp
have grown hopeless about Rub vaseline or lard on doorknobs pocket knife. Rubber is more easily
them. hinges and other hardware cut if the knife blade is moistened 2
SS Daubs of with water. To cut thick leather
before painting a room.
Gratitude is the music of the
it fa warm water
heart. misplaced paint may them 'e wipedoff first immerse
easily. for two or three hours.If .



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Tree Ornaments Easy to Make .
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included in the directions.
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To obtain complete tracing patterns to I
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full InatiucUona for nto oraaa. eats on I : -
Tree Trimratw Time (Pattern No. 5642 1], ,
1 I send 30 cents i. coin your name addresi:
and pattern number.

SEWTNO CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
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Enclose 20 cent for Pattern.
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Make It a Merry Yuletide Feast! ,
i Name ir.reMarya

Holiday BanquetsThe I Aim.
LYNN'S CHRISTMAS MENU

big feast is almost at hand
and the cupboards are undoubtedlyeven Hot Vegetable Juice I
now groaning under the load Cheese-Sardine AppetizersRib Cff4PPEDIPthats
of goodies. The kitchen has been Roast of Beef

the scene of, many a cooking ad- Glazed Onions Broccoli '
nature during the past few weeks, Browned Potatoes a job fbr'Coen5 and 'i )

but there's still lots to be done beforeChristmas Cranberry-Star Pineapple Salad the
dinner graces the table. Jellied Plum Pudding Pattern No. 5542 MENTHOLATUM TWINS

Usually, we overeat during the Beverage Candies HERE are some colorful Christmas -
kobdays, so now it would be a good Recipe given. tree ornaments that the
plan to decide on children will have fun making. The 5006

a sensible menu. One simple type of red and green cute angel on the tree top wears
Yes make it a m salad to use for the above dinner is striped skirt and has stars on
feast, but select r" 'J to make cole slaw from red cab her wings combine felt with crocheting
and prepare il bage. Set this in a salad bowl lined for the Santa standing un-
foods that are not with whole leaves of freshly washed I i
too nch One way I chilled spinach. I
In do this to
: is ttl rrsstrszCHRISTMAS: : : DOUBLEFILTEEEDFOR
; take it easy on DINNER II. Qw ient gently help soothe tender Ep V
the foods we : Tomato Juice EXTRA QUALITY.PURITY q snsa Iiw iur aba,quickly r...dried oat"thinty*
should skin call: help them retain needed
save- Baked Ham with OrangeCranberry -* f w.t n This name.lloroUne.(tuna- When biting raw winds cat Iipe nra Soon issues,
smarting pan
i eggs, sugar, flour and fats. Garnish or lulls tees highest quality.Only lOe. leave them dry and cracked and amo yo r bpa natter, amootho--yoa
j I Plan salads that are light; vegetables Roast Pork Shoulder with inncm- aUforkaniholatamaootaioingonmsmile m.feN Meatbolatam toils .
that do not take heavy rich .
t Cinnamon Apples turn I forting Camphor aad mmty Menthol, tua arums IUB con nwraBS
: sauces, and serve smaller portions SCIUMI .
Mashed Potato Nests with fjunoua MenthoUtuna tagred- MOT CBU ramos. NASAL uaurai
f of dessert. The family is pretty
Tiny Green Lima Beans
well filled by the time they get to
Red and Green Pear Salad
the Start last off course.with .tina juices that Tiny Corn Muffins* Currant Jelly
Frozen Eggnog Ice Cream 10.00 Hour Power Pack
are and colorful conserve in on place the trimmings.of rich soups, l'I

There are many types of Christ. Dow to do: To make garnish for
mas dinners that are favorites, so barn, scoop out orange halves and
today I'm giving you several menu scallop edges with a pair of shears.

suggestions. Select that one that Fill with whole cranberry sauce. I Included I with this Sensational New 1948
will appeal to your family's tastesas If you are making cinnamon
wen as to the budget. apples, cook 1 cup of cinnamon candies

A roast of beef dinner is in the with 2 cups
English tradition, and some of you of water, 1 cup
may Use that best of alL To others I sugar and a few e
there's nothing like plump, tender I drops of red col
deep pink ham oozing juices throughits oring. Cook small i
crust of: brown sugar and cloves; peeled (but not
i stlfl others prefer a roast shoulderof cored) apples in
pork, because roast suckling pig syrup until a deep
n former times was a Yuletide I pink. Drain and
I favorite chill. Battery Operated Table Model

Then, of course, there's roast turkey Potato nests may be made by
without which some would not fluting mashed potatoes into nests.
Place on cookies sheet and run un-
feel it is really Christmas. Whatever
r your choice, here are suggestions der broiler flame. Lift onto platter 1a
among which you're certain to find with pancake turner, then fill with
some real helpCHRISTMAS. tiny, cooked and seasoned green
lima beans.
!af47tlstfi1 IS5 J;:(
For each
ii serving of salad, use two
DINNER I. small pear halves. In one cavity
Hot Spiced Cider place a scoop of green jelly in the
: Roast Turkey, Mushroom Stuffing other, a scoop of red jelly. Serveon I
Fluffy Mashed Potatoes bed of crisp greens with mayon
i Giblet Gravy naise.
i'' Turnips in Thin Cream Eggnog ice Cream
Red and Green Salad (Serves 6)
31 ; Mincemeat Tarts 2 rich milk
cups I I
I Hard Sauce Garnish Yolks of 6 ergs

J;:( IS m *i cup sago ,
i How to do: Stuff the bird the day '4 teaspoon salt
\ before and place immediately in refrigerator 2H, tops heavy cream
I to chill. 2 teaspoons vanilla
I Cook giblets and Heat milk and pour slowly over

chop and place in a the beaten egg yolks, stirring constantly .
\ a bowl, ready a Add sugar and cook in top ,.L.Xff.WWN I war
when you make of double boiler until thickened; add
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the gravy For salt. Strain cool and beat until
I'I the stuffing, smooth. Fold in cream which has
r make a regular been whipped and freeze until-firm.

i bread dressing, when partially frozen beat again
i and to it add from and add vanilla or any desired flavoring t wS
t 1 to 2 pounds of Serve in sherbet glasses '
fresh mushrooms sprinkled with rolled macaroon :
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sliced and sauteed in bacon drip crumbs and candied cherries. fffvf Ci Uptrf nuitt Mm Hi* fib
The tarts be made the Hot made muum.g 17%' wide Iff yi-
pings. may Vegetable Juice.
day ahead also, simply line individual Heat canned vegetable juice (or Big in Performance Big is Size ;:: ; ;" f'"
pie tins with good pastry, combine tomato juice with liquid +*?}* mtmtf+trhf sw&af

place in prepared mincemeat andbake. from cooked vegetables). Serve in
For the hard sauce garnish, cups with slices of lemon in which Small only in Price
IISe one recipe of hard sauce and you have stuck a few cloves. . ;
flat on an oblong tin. Chill j.
spread
Cranberry-Star Pineapple Salad. Outstanding long-distance reception tttrjubtrt made
ajntfl firm and then cut out Christmas $3925
trees or stars with cookie cut- Arrange slices of well-chilled pine- possible by Admiral's perfected saperhet circuit with dual
apple on a bed of lettuce. In the
ler. Place garnish on tarts just be- bole of the pineapple place a spoon. and triple-purpose loog-life low battery drain tabes.

lore serving. ful of mayonnaise Top this with a Eajy-to-rtad beautiful slide-rule dial. Alnico dynamic 1
Spiced cider is made simply by star made from jellied cranberrysauce. speaker gives superb tone quality.Comes ia satin-smood .'
Beating the beverage and adding Flute cream cheese or finished cabinet EASY
may. mahogany Truly a value sensation! TERMS
c ; to it a few slices of lemon or lemon onnaise from pastry tube on top of t.
rind curls and a small cheesecloth I star and then sprinkle with a few
bag m which stick cinnamon and chopped nuts. Serve with additional I

a' cknc.. hart been placed.: Serve in J mayonnaise; if desired. See UU& ?/dmlttat Dea e 7 1
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INKLINGS By aryls fi fi"May BREAK HOUSING JAM
Cartoon QuipsDentist I

with golf bag over I Business Men Build liparieats
his shoulder answering the

telephone. "Sorry no more appointments ROCHESTER. N. Y. In this I In the newest development wtifc
today. I have 18 modest city of 325,000 population units renting for $45 each family
cavities to fill this afternoon." 15 business firms have organized will have two bedrooms a Imng-

Young ldj toting on lot cb.oisb to whip the housing shortage by room combination kitchen aDd dinette
jommg man, T4 bit to reft building 114 more houses and rent- and full basement.
my Deed .m tometbtng, Gtorf* ing them to 228 families for $45 or 'There's nothing like it la tt*
Couii lutlt "..!In}'"
yarn get less. It is not its first such hous- country according to the Federal
One girl to another. "Why ing project. Two previous devel- Housing administration." said
sure he loves you. Mabel; do opments have been begun with Harry Ruppert city real estate
you think you are an exception advisor for the
one of them already completed.The new corpora OL
? newest housing plan calls The corporation got land for the
"lou're the first girl I ever for an outlay of $1,500,000 and will developments from the city,
kissed," he said, as he shift I be the largest of the three. which provided it from areas
ed gears with his knees. I The non-profit corporation that taken over for taxes and declared

Advertising slogan of a milk i! is setting up the new units is composed "blighted." Rochester has no permanent
company "Our products help I of Rochester business firms. housing settlements subsidized
add life to years." ,I representing a cross section of the by federal or state governmeets.
1 community's economy. .



Information on Baby's Health, Food, Bath, II I Optical IllusionNo I

Training and Development Given in Booklet

-- one yet knows exactly why
each stage of your child's trainingand the size of an object appears ..
development brings with it a i vary with the angle of the eyes
For instance the moon 'oa the
set of rules things to avoidbuttake
horizon shrinks to half its apparent
your advice from your doctoror
I I from a child expert.Doo I size when viewed by a person:
with his head between his Vec
II 't pick up baby to show him oS to
ws iter you a seat, madam?" I visitors after be has gone to bed. Don't looking, at it upside down.
I let the baby get. the habit of sleeping witt
the bottle Don t take baby out In the evening -- --- -
a Make Going To Sleep to the movies or for a ride. Don't makes foto
leave the baby aloo tn the bouae at any NEWsu
Good Habit For BabyPONT time. sleep all nfctt!
You wffl want to know about proper Tkowaad i,. aidbed boweltfe
THEY NEVER GROW UP By Paulson into conditions bow to ret the baby ,MOT that lea th..r* bane v avakwd a. *taA.eaI5ht
I sleep routine. what to do when betties ..u w".... i1dJw, -r ra
See our Reader Service booklet ...
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*** Every mother knows the con- and development. far nttlte.....prr_i-t and r......._
a KMai. Cater P>Us alley best rM vtttat M
stant stream of "don'ts" that cas- Send 25 cents in coin for"Baiy Care" to Cm**r DOl/BLS YOUR MCVHKT-kACX.
cade on her from every side-from Weekly Newspaper' Service. 241 West 17U Make M4WW U*.Ge FstarPaJs Inn ikqrrat -
New lark N. Y. Print address DOVBLC TWOt
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CHAMPION FARMER BUERMAN met cleaning action of plowshare. The tapered

Champion Ground Grips on openings between the bars throw out mud

his tractors, because he knows they cleanup and trash. Connected ban don't bend wipe

1 to 100% more effectively, pull up to and wear like the bars on broken center

62% more, last up to 91% longer, and roll tires. And because the bars are connected.
the tire rolls along in smooth, continuous
smoother over highways
contact with the highway.Be .
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Firestone
sure to specify Champ
which permit only Firestone to build tractor order
Ground Grips when you your new
r1 1A.D 1U wtt7TE GLVLtt4 4\4t1S'Ef HlMSEl..1tETn. : fCdES pbV NEEDS I tires with connected curved traction bars. tractor . or when yon bay replacement
AID nwa ICt r.J2 EfR MKs BACK w HIS'CJIMQ. '
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are stronger a tires for present equipment. They'llpttU
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fin Ar of SK.S Gi*NC, AtlaUN 1"1MU' post.They cut into the sod with the cleaving cost no more than ordinary tires.
tIE taoE9#kHOW Wh'T i
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.t FIFTY TONS OF CHERRIES That is dx arersje annul 1
if harvest of Champion.Farmer, Morris Boeroua, Sodas, New
York. His apple tree annually bear 12JOQO nkshels, and his
peach trees, zoo hostels As Th Voice of Cherry: Growers"
oa a aerie of radio broadcast, Champion Farmer Boeraaa
contributed: much to Incrcaat he market demand for chattier.
1 and to encourage =rowers to Lnpror* production methods sad
K I( OF THE eRulcE At 111' U'f BLOTTER A't)s EtiETS TRJfS TO TAT1cS 1VliifSu Association b an outgrowth of his 1ocaI.-odalblin which h*
cots' : has been extremely acuVe.As a leader In production as well a*
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GLADES COUNTY loan of a bucket. Very soon it Is'' the lower end are completely cut I I and Sundays) tobacco auctions that ,swell evening
I loped that it can be put to work off from their homes except by usually run from 9 a. m. till 5 p.
DEMOCRAT cleaning ditches and the hundredsof tractor or boat. m: Our Informant also said that GIRLS' SPORTS
other jobs it is needed for here. And doing work on any sectionof over 150 tobacco plants were locat- (Joyce ClIck)
the beach the pickandshovelmethod ed around Durham! The high school basketball girls
I P.klUh. 4 Ever? FrUar By by
THE GLADES rRIXTIXa CO, I.e. Yesterday the contract for reworking is as asinine as trying to eata On the way home we came i are looking forward with eager ea*

MOORE HAVE. FLORIDA and surfacing the Denbow bowl of soup with a toothpick. through the Blue Ridge mountains. i thusiasm to the oncoming basket
road was let by the State Road Department According to good authority, if Rock was protruding through the I|I ban season. Due to nneoatrolUblt
CARR SETTLE r.Hl. .kr. to Brineon Conetruction someone would get a dragline on clay or dirt on the aides of the conditions, the gym has ant beef

'..Hrl,..*. Rates Company of Tampa for a bid of approximately that road and really get down to road and it seemed that you could I ready for use until BOW. ht the
eta M..th. 9lf The next day girls have hone of plenty ot de
$70.00. It is expected business the road could be put into look down for miles.
O.e Year ___, '2AEntrrrd
e that this ten mile stretch of road usable shape within a short time. I we saw peach trees, and before we work uls during the Christen

will be started soon after the first A dragline is working from Comp- knew it, we were in Jacksonville. i holidays '
a. second-elaa matter. May of the year and one of the county's ton's store to the Lakeport store Tuesday we stooped at St. Augustine i Ua4 .. 1)27 at the Poctoffice at Moose of most badly needed roads will soon which is necessary emergency work, to go through the oldest house. I Dowd. they; will organise ttetf f
Haven Florida, under the Act
C ncrea. of March >. 18S7. be in nse. but nothing at all is being done !i The oldest furniture there was the teams, and be ready for'"* 1IrI&a \.
from Compton's store on up the long dining room table and the I of th* season with Bret-

'- The Democrat force is hopeful of beach where over half of the children crimson-covered chairs. Stopping I glades Friday, January >, oa en '.
getting out their Christmas editionby live who attend school. at Kissinmee, we saw the states home ttwrt.
next Wednesday night but rather How long will the residents of monument and drove on hease. \ Daring the Physical Ed pert**.

flvlEANDE'R."l1VGSBy ban work too long on Christmas Lakeport have to submit to and the girls who haven't had eaffagii'rigor a.
Carr SeW Eve will delay It until Friday. Anyway endure Bach a condition! If it were THE GAPAHLK JUNIORS to participate in YoU 7tV. -
I yon can be certain that we'regoiag physically; impossible to rectify this i The Jumtor class wishes to express 'I have been enjoying long brisk hR/,, t::
to take off Christmas Day. situation, that would be one thing:, their deep appreciation and to different points around tile clfeA -::

Santa Claus comes. Santa Claus So at this time I'll wish you the but to disrupt the life of a whole gratitude to those who helped so few girls hare eren tried tfcetr .: :?.
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goes, but Moore Haven has one Merriest Christmas ever and everything community because of indifference greatly to make the play such a hand at JIorM oee. -
Santa that rolls right along year I pleasant profitable and happy back passing." and inefficient success Without the help of the
after year He asks no credit for in the New Year.r-, methods of handling is quite another faculty and friends we would have THE MIGHTY >OPHOMOUE& ';t-

what he does and gets very little matter. been very handicapped. (By Peggy Stalls)
but is happy to give his bit of ('()\M Tt:\l'Y. THOU AUK A The whole thing wells, and is Christmas 11'11111008 be here, and I Last Friday; we had a BtU Bts[> ,'

Christmas cheer and in a spot JEWEL! bad advertising for all of Glades we must be very careful what we ogy teat and most of the 3o||<.
where he bite many who may have County. Her citizens should revolt do. for old Santa might decide to more showed up better than fiscal

but little Christmas. (By Pansy Reed Click) against its continuance and demand pass ns by.Anyone Good going, lets see if". **t .
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For years Don Hendrickson has I took my first trip to Belle Glade the adoption of proper methods in wishing to know what to keep it up! ".
served as janitor of the local last week and when I returned I the handling of their road affairs. give to Miss Ellerbe or Maude Clkk Basketball practice gets nawrway =

school tat I think the school board felf as if I bad been on a merry-go- for Christmas please preempt them this week. As most of 1M hate .
should find another title for bin round. When it cornea to curves with a GOOD COMPASS. Tuey both heard, we have a game Jcwtrf t :-
for not only does he keep the buildings Mae West hasn't a thing on the road seem to have lost any sense of direction with Everglades City. W. ate wellrepresented "'ll.I
in perfect shape, he acts as a from here to South Bay. A snake SCHOOL DAZE which they might at one in both gfrto sad boys '-
mutt have laid oat that road in time have possessed. No one seems I =
godfather to every child on the ; teams. Girls: Joyce; Click, Betty .
campus goes far beyond the boun- fact it Is more crooked than a to know why, unless it might be Arnold Annie P. Bryaat, Ow ajsnell ? .
dariN of his own duties to assist whole barrel of 'em. I have never T Editor ..00................__.. Jimmy Click the slowly dying after-effects of I Vivian Brown, and Pefgf .' -:
; both teachers and students with seen such a short road with so Associate Editor nOOn Donald Faraam those midnight play practice Stalls. Boys: Rupert BaD, JofcaBrannan :. -
any extra curricular event that many curves in it in my life. It I Society ..n..n..m Doris Griffith The Juniors seemed to have hada ,. Raby Bowen a4 Pet&i'

conies along. And OB Christmas ht' sig-zags hither and yon without Girl's Sports _m............ Joyce Click wonderful time at the party last I Randall.
bays the candy from his own rather rhyme or re.uon-it is hard to tell Hoy's ports .............. non (Ula.*ini night. The'partT was given by We received oar report surds list

meager salary to insure a treat for whether it zigs or rags the most, Sjwn.sor ....-.-... ........ Mr. Mole Mrs.: Summers in honor of the play week..-the new cards with a defer :;
every school child hunts up a Santa but it does plenty of both. cast and Miss Ellerbe. The guests I meat grade for every ctass. to serve in lieu of the real !Santa As we went around an especially I thoroughly enjoyed an evening of Brother! Come on kids, lets
for he bag to arrive some time ahead sharp curve we met a car coating.I "1>1\l'E: OX KAKTH- I fun and laughter. The class wishes "Straighten Up and Fly fUgM; !"
to eaten the ehUdren before school asked, "Who is that!" My friend Christmas is almost here again, to extend their thanks and appreciation -I The Sophomores at this time watt .

adjourns" for the holidays; supervises replied, "Don't be so dantb- that's and we have no World Peace. The I to Mrs. Summers for a (Continued on P<..ge S) ..;
world is still at unrest and in a .
the erection of Christmas trees' jut ourselves coating back. :
turmoil. How wilt) it take for
for each room and happily attend Why all of the yap about this long .. {:
to the us to secure a peace a peace that I "
many; other details incidents road Just this. Someone has --
to the holiday celebration. I think suggested that perhaps the reason will inure safety and security Not .
Don derives more happiness from the State Road Department changedthe until mankind is at' peace with God, For the Convenience of Late Shoppers
and unites itself as one fellowship :
doing this than any person in town contour of the road out at I
in CHRISTIAN LOVE and UNDERSTANDING -
gets oat of Christmas and I hope, I Lakeport is that it wanted to
under the teachings ot
for the good of the kids and for eliminate a few corves. The beach
DM that he will be with those kids road has very few curves to begin Jesus Christ will we have real World i -

be loves for many more years. with, and they are not sharp, dangerous Peace.If 1 r
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we arent able to buy elaborate
ones such as on road No. 80,
Schools close today for the boll which were not eliminated even gifts to exchange for Christmas. Parkinson'sf
days to open again the Ith of Janwry. -I though many of them should have there is one thing which we can do
; Lat night: the teachers, as been. If the State Road Depart- that will make us just as happy. If '
is their annual custom, gave ns our, meat has a policy in regard to road we would all forget our own selfish,

first carolling of the year. They building, then, why icn't It consistent greedy desires, and just stop for a .I-
mast have been disappointed at our little while during this Christmas ,
house season and make a wish or a prayer
for we bad little to feed It is'not even consistent when it
them but we enjoyed the music Just comes to repairing a road. Last World to God Peace for, I'm guidance sure He in would this Will Be Open Evenings
the same and hope that in other week a few convicts with shovels
hear our prayer and it would soon
f, households they fared better on re were sent up Ute beach about eight be ans..ered.e must also work
freshments. Earlier in the evening miles to
work on the road there. with }
a program was held on the school One resident who along our prayers.
wrote to me
You ask what kind of a wish to
athletic field with a large numberof stated Monday TuesdayWednesday t
: "They were hauling dirt to ,
make! Here is a wish made by a
children
and the school banparticipating. fill
up a large place about a hun-
high school student I feel that if
dred yards across and deep enoughto we all made this kind of a wish that
swim our largest horse. It will God would certainly hear them and
Last night the dragline which take weeks to fill up the hole and i
they would soon come true:
has been loaned to the city by War then it will not do the school any :
I Assets Administration arrived and "I wish that everyone In the
will good. world were a Christian, a followerof
probably be .
J. If the unloaded today. Why didn't they begin at Comps Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior .
freight
costs are not I tons store and work on up the and would strive to follow as :
great we can feel rather pleased a t beach, so that the school bus mail
closely In his footsteps as possible. lI
our good fortune for it is evident t J
i car and residents could In and :
that get It this were true we would have a
not a great deal
of repair will :
'. out as soon as possible, instead of peaceful successful and happy
?! be necessary to put the machine iE
i J spending weeks on a mud hole eight world. If this were true all other -
Get the Habit of f"
operation; in fart there Is little evidence miles up the beach! Residents at wishes would more nearly come Shopping at
I r j of wear anywhere. The machine the upper end of the beach have a true.'' ..
I i has been used as a crane and 1 I !! way of getting in and out by going If this wish would come true, we ti11e
i : there is no dragline bucket but th 9 through the Indian reservation and would soon hare a real "Peace on
f f city has already been assured of th 9 around by Brighton, while those atI Earth and Good Will Toward Men." -' In'

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!I (Shirley Russell)
f? i j We were surprised with a party Dept. rL1jJsMien,
I ELECTRIC APPLIANCES honoring Mona Jo Lee Dee. IB. :
when she became thirteen years' old. Store" Fla.
i Refreshments of cup-cakes and
f I AND EQUIPMENT cokes were served.

Miss Coulter, with the help of the8th
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t I''I'"X grade girls, decorated oar

Coffee Makers Christmas tree. She also has made Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or MoreBUT
ns a loan of some bufcMe lights: to
Toasters and Other Small Appliances put on it.
The and ninth FROM OUR CATALOG-Over 100.000 Hems
seventh eighth
Light Fixtures Electric
\ Wiring and
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;. 'I Equipment for carols they will sing together onDecember .
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having a White Christmas idea to
1( : DOWD'S help the orphans' home in Arcadia. m
Merry Christmas and Happy; New
Year from the eighth!
3 ELECTRIC APPLIANCE STORE Dou't eat too much!

t (FORMERLY: BIRD ELECTRIC: ) FLAMiNGO .
MY TIUP TO DUKHAM

(Jo Anne Conge)
On my trip to North Carolina ;

with my aunt. Bertha Gram and .

:, p }p. +! 't3it.+D+y+ fi': )o.--. :+-i-k }G+- : :SS b-:}{ : ss.fi0 my godfather. Cecil Parkinson we
spent the first night in SavannahGa. I DAIRY I FEE J
\VHEXIX FOItT MYERS The trees were turning and u

we crossed the Georgia-South Carolina I
line I saw and picked my first I

FOR YOUR LUNCH OR DINNER cotton! Lining the reads were I Roughage and Concentrated Feeds .
rows of cotton, fields of corn pecan ;
trees and peanut! hay stackedin I
1, At 72t Cleveland-(OppoMte "oca-Cola) the sun to dry. In North Carolina Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users

ve ran into small hills. r
4 On our way to Duke, we passed FOR SALK IX THIS AREA AT DCHYDRAlIXa PLANT' n i
\\t' THE CHICKEN SHACK the huge Chesterfield plant and I MOORE HAVES ,

where the smell of tobacco filled the I ; f

: r t ': air. The next day we were informed i, WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
ORDERS FROM
CUICKEX 5Oc
. 1 FREED. that IS buyers of tobacco rep MOORE HAm, FLORIDA
;' >--y.- < _' resenting different companies, attended I

*' .. to 00 eo Q Q Q GO U ; U G Q G G Q G 0 U ; G Q Q Q! Q.0 ; Q QQ,Ho< :.'8w4r rdt 'thes.daiiy.eieept_ Saturdays 1.
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GLAPES oorvrr DEMOCRAT
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t. DO DO. .. DO. DO DO' DO. . '! at last report. I|\ mixture of both along with a right Evening Worship 7:" p. m 1 1MidWeek

1:'I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Griffin aa-I smart amount of horse-sense and Prayer Service Wednesday -
flounce the birth of a daughter in convincing argument will probablyturn evening 7:15.

PERSONAL th* Fort Myers Hospital Tuesday I Ii the trick. Ton are cordially invited to attend -
i and SOCIETY !j i night Mr. Griffin is manager of1 I Well, Cooper at the post and these services.

I tile local B and B Grocery, I be was followed closely by Tem

Watson who qualified a few boors FIRST MLTHODIVT CHVKCH.Rev. .

I after he did. ether o.uaHficaUoBS, W. S. lJoz ma.. Pa>tor-
G : G G Q C g C 0 Q ; Q Q Q ... 0, p..u.. u... ." . _ .. .. .. .. , ... ..x----x-: :---Z = 0 = C C be s
- can looked for shortly IncludingBill
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Rev. Joka Moore was a business Carl C. Carbon Sbands Dan McCarthy Walter Church School-196 a. Dr..

visitor Thursday in_Orlando. j I Minn., was a visitor of Pelican here 9.aday.Rapid. Too Late To Classify Rose, Colin English and Fuller Morning Worship-l1:Mi a! m.
I I Warren It promises \o be an interesting The Methodist Church extends a

O. H. Bold and R. T. Afeern I j 1Iiaa Ticking AI7 Nt.... Ht RI'SSKI.1. KAY and exciting race. welcome to you. The (lardsSchool
from
were I* West Pals' I
Bach Me.lay. Florida has class for }
State a every age.
Oolk.e ia Tillibincc H -<__._............_,_.....
tab - Ton invited to with
oratec to. are worship s*
mow the Attendance-
Large
koBdays
Mark R. Tsana** o< Miami was a I I ta the regular church worship ko>nrWTH .
parents,
busineas y..... here out .,.....,. .wlhAty\ Mr. ad, :Mr' J. Just about the time a fellow gets

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Mr. aad Mm. J. C. Jaacu were te OH.. Band left WodaeMlay for onions something always happens toset BUM party was held te the net- '. RAWLEIGH Dealer wasted .at once.
Fort Myen oa business Moad. I him back; OB his keels and wake '
f KeaIIoke. W Va. lion hall Gift and mfnukatsait r INn I
z to silt for a few hint look like i Good opportunity. Write at once.
days Mr* Bond who ka. keen I' a sap esckaage BUMfctsd+ aa ...... ; Raw letah's, Dops FAK-4CO-10S.'
,t. .. 0.. Brkknsr ad Mr*. YiIItJIII there for ..enU weeks will Dteeaseteg the prospective fubrnatortal ]hour .......... teMs .were : Memphis, TeaL lip.
4 Jamas Woodward were te MBtem4Monday. retara Doug witk UKMrt. I race a few week ago I decorated te ptee sod rod ... )
t I meatioBad Dick Cooper. Stetson law ettias.

R. D. voder drove to De- stadeat gad newspaperman, a* avery Those from Clewtetoa were: Jlr.1 loi s_LB -One all BSBfar k.&.

Mr. C. F. Baeke aad Mr*. Ttta Laad Tuesday to brim hose aer'j I j doubtful candidate gad rated and >>n. E. )(. .-... Mr. sad Mr*. solar water boater fwRy ...&.t?

s Cook were aloes te Fort MyenMoaday. daughter W..... for tile Ckrtot- ate ckaaces of even qualifying for J. K Rimers, ),Jr. gad Mr*. W. 1Robtoon ed Arthur Barroa. Itp.

ass holiday from Stetson CaiTenity : the race at let to 1. Mr. aad Mr*. C. M. Pirkl
I had tatted !
where ske with Dick Just a Mr. sad Mn M. C. See Mr. sad R
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a stadeat.Mia abort M>\LO-S-4ata. }ei4dtl saw
time ,
i Mia Betty Bawd ... + I before I wrote that
e stirwlfrom column and he )Mn R. E. AaidroBs Mr. sad Mrs. __'a bicycle. R. K. Jar***.
f a vteat with Mtes Peajay Kay Krelya Lfoa returned ,..- 1 told me frankly that J. R. Barton )fro sad )I... W. A Moore Havea. Fie ltv
1 he had BO fund
ia ""Ja.f **ray treat Charleston to campaign with Montgomery and Mesdaaw G E.
t S. Car.. i, \bat had s
where ale te a stadeat at announced a* a candidate EtkettoB. W. H. Laafer, M" A.
Aakiey I |because ke felt that rX>R S\LI-> Two hod....... hMM
f G. A. Potter aad Elnier Wktttte Hall. to spend tile holidays with law j a young man i Thomas, R J. McLeod. J. H. Doty
f of smote wre fJakteg ken war JIIU'ata. Mr and Mrs. R. D. Lyoa. gad a veteran could do a real Job i Edythe Nell Jackson, V. C. Woodward with J Iota. Partway tarnished
: the weak...... j for tile state C. J. lA>iHor, E. M Cornotte incladteg 1947 tans a.a4 abstract

! Saiauwy Mokaaed of Cairo I Lt week Dick surprised every I E. C. Mills C. L. MeL ad.a, L CMilter . R. E. J rdi, Moire Haves, Florid
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t J. If WUlteB gad R. D. .....-j I $:iypt. ...at Monday gad Tuesday body. gad probably himself te the FarM Ckalker. Misses Florence *. Itp.JXU .
BOB of Miami lMt-e I bargain by being tk. first candidate Graham and Marine
t ware flskteg bere an looktec over the raarie def Doty.
Saturday.Mr. ......eat of the Sea lalaad Mills or tile office to fife his aaattfieatlea From Moore Haven: Mr. and Mrs.C. SALE _.-iacn doakse-drain

I I fe tkfe area, with Onoa H. Boad I with Secretary of State Gray C. Klwtts, Mrs. Ota Sextaa, Mrs. porcelain top sink with cabinet

and Mr* Outer C. v.......I It sal deposit floe Beceasery fee of France Hardy. :Mrs. Mildred Cox C. L Dangerffeld. ltp
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$f5.
t craft aad cklMrom were vteftonkere i ir Gene Click Mile U s. So Mrs. Edna Waters, Mrs. CIa"1 i
Sunday aigkt. tattoaed te tile Paaama Sav"l that makes me a first classomethtagorotker Stalls and from Palmdale !< .

r Boas Is eadtec a Broth's sad I'm ready SaeJl and Mn Alas AraoM. i I

; P. N. WUlott of MJaaU was te Ii with his aareata, Mr sad ..... Herbert here Dick gad now to take my bat off to I I Mark R. Tennant
Cooper. Aad. +
furthermore.
! Iowa Moaday reiewt.g aid gogaMtaaees Curt te Iaheport.1trs. FIRST BAPTIST niriint
II j
Ill I
te Moore Havwa.. say that a youngster good 1:". John .V. Moore, 1'.tOl'I Ur....
I I i eaough to start from eeflteg-sere.
Y- -
I I Ray saeat s..daY !l gad develop! eaough support to be I I I Real Estate Broker
:'r
Jimmy Doa Wfteaa arrtvod lea with relatives' te Lakeland Her i, able to pout his fittac fee ahead of Su School. 1*:M a. m. I

from eLaM Taosday night tar tk. aacte, C. G. Carr of Cvyle, Okla., >!gay other eaadaaate is no sioack, Morning Worship, 11:" a. atTrnteteg I GL.4DES COCXTT LANDS t
Christaus kottday*. marked with ire; for i visit here i and if he's good Uaioa, c:Ie p. a. I
enough to do that
807 Congress Rldg. Miami Ha. I
will Mr. aad Mrs YOder and
with I he'sd. enough to be Governor
JI... lob Moore sad Mtes Jaaa has sea, L. B. Carr. ;tad more power to him .
PATRONIZE THE 'DVERTl$ERS
Moore were ia Part I It is a matter
akopaiag MyenSaturday. of record thatsitww.nl ____ t
Mrs: K. i. Baaacardaer sad u.
political campaigns. especially 1
I b *ees. .... I
Cedte Brooks aDd Billy those for state or federal

Mr. sad Mn. atdavy+ Strirtteal gal Miss Woods Toder spent Wednesday office are costly undertakings and

were ..... blare .skoaaiac ia Part aDd Tkanday te West Paint j floe figures geaenlly set by seasoned BOB'S PLACE
Beach !
Myen Moaday.Mn. political observers is from
t Si..... up In campaigns where

Jlr. sad ..... !lrsedar sad R. J. Hayes of Gaiaesrtlie spestseveral there are several welt-heeled ( Pause a moment in Christmas shop
P. E. Wbse .. dloilMag Ia Fart day here this week looking teaden ceakteed expenses run 'on-I 1 your

..,.. .....,. j over prospect with a view to baying -II to tile hundreds of 0.....*.... I' ping for refreshments at Bob's.

a .ranch fa or Bear GideleoaRU' Attempts bare been madetkreugB I I

T. Gnat aad Mtes Bertb'I : tegisfatioa to limit the I Cold Drinks-Candies-Cigarettes
.aas w.rs ..... lbs ..... ssseest of meoey candidate can
JWt Myeny W() \X'S n.n\ nou stead. ad some .f tile expense! I j
.\\Xl'\(. niKisTM\" '.%KTV ] statteteau turned in by candidatesare I'i

Dr. E. C. Gtbaer of Tampa .*.** ridtce.l lns in the face of the I :
tale week-cad kere ass*low the The Moore Haven Woman's actual &me
Hakiag sad haatiac te tk* vtetettyMr held their annual Christina meeting by friends ..favers a multitude i
December 11 at the Clab Hovce of politic campaign sins and makes I

aad Mrl. Ward Robert aadckfldrea The meeting was opened by :M rs. a atotkery. ef laws limiting such
spaat tke weet-ead te Fort Frances Hardy, presiding in the epeaditwrea.
I
---. place of Mrs. E. H. Boytes who was Thanks to the selfish interest 0 .I II I
\ ill with Christmas carol
,
a sang by ..
faction; ctt .
groups *> jnd It:- >
W. R. Sander aad T. R. Port of tile members with Mn Sun., te-erts !
concerned with 1'1-!:< o.-
'
Vent Palm Beach 1\..r* fluking bore Waym accompanying MnS > cnpie the fo\ mor's chair randi-1 I

tar eeverai day over tke \....-.. Bocenan told the story of "Si.jeat .- date. doa't find it too difficult to I
Ntekt" which was thoroughly
I I develop worth wbtie financial YnLjrf1.i
sup
.... and Mn. O. R. Borrowman eajoyed and the singing of other port. Ofteathnes several candidates

say Mr. and Mia. W. B. Hayes were I carol followed I raaateg for the same office

saeaateg te Fert Myen y.seerdy.Mn The exchange of Christmas pros- !can tap the same sources Contractors ,
etafol..fIid with each member g
i
I Hid firms with somethingto r/
A. D. Ftewer of Syre, drawing a number gad selecting a ', NIl# the state '"pie, 'em across 1-1 -

Okla., arrived Westaeeday aigkt for package with the matching number ,(the board" Just in case

vtett with her ctM at.r. J.Ir'II. Carr from beneath th* tree. This practice" while undemocratic -
dettte sad The hostesses, Mrs. T W.
faady.Mr
weets'j and agaiast the interests of the
Mn. J. H Dflfey gad Mrs. .
people as a who.. is the accepted
sad >>.... J. H. DiHey aadCkBdrea Fanwm served trill cake with ;way. and the surprising thing istbat

are toafteg tadty to speed I I whipped" cream gad toffee and teat j | we get as good men as we do
tilts holiday at their tenser bm to Mrs. Frances' Hardy Mrs. J. W. Adktus. Mn W. S. Bosemaa Mn
AUtetpaa. Pa j Maybe Dick Cooper can run on a
I J. S. Alf, Mrs W. F. Mailer Mrs. ] #
/
(saoe-etrtag aad.win I m not the ;
Mr sad Mn. Osear Laaajford gad [ Paul Johnson. Mn Dewey Tomp- |j guy to say that he (&.'t. but i do y .
kins. Mn F. A. Flaaden. Mrs J. I
flatly are retaratat tk. week te say that he's got a mighty tough I _
eMIr boas ia Lakeaert, kavteg metkeir B. ...er. Mrs. Harry Foster. Mrs. |' row '0aad a rugged. road to II

keaw to tewrn+ stbcc tt* atena.A.drey F.or.. Probet, .Mrs Staaley Way- crave.. He makes: a rood
.... Mn Jacob Heflte Mn Ward :
eioa and
aukes sense but haPl'N-1
.
Rbvrt Mr Gladys Stalls. Mrs !
lErsi Blan.. of 1fa- > Uon te can ke reach enough
iagtee. D. C. te tfiaitaj tale bolt O. R, Borrow maa, Mrs. George'Sturgis '! to do fly good

dan wttk ker ........ Mr Brad 1f?. i,I Mrs. H C Keenan MnH. 1 i The things he sdooate are
Mn F. D. Tun aadMn :
_. J. M. Hakoa. C. Graat. ; worth watt He sees the re-writ- I
-- I i J. S. CUOMHJ 1 tag of Florida constitution as OM I rt

Job A. Bowmaa art a party Gl HITC1II>:M) H.t:. Fof th87 eballeafraa facing the I j
aiae of New Taaa-! I sad states that. it rails
York City spat 1111.1 MPPEU FOR nxu people forj I
day kere Mr. .u...a to ta tkadrerttelac : I "a new courage of citizenship' :
kasteaam. II I Other aettea he terms imperative -
Mr. and Mn A. G. Hutchware asou :
hosts to the moatkly meeting i are: 1. Revision of the state I

Stop Stalk a ata.oat at the. af their bridge club ea Taeaday ;I tax stricture 2. lacreased educational -
ratacntty of Ptartda Llarsisp CateoirlUeretwaed delicious eaaertBBittes. 3. Better
night ef test week at.
boats atelM fw I chili sapper at floe Woman's Club pebble health .........; 4. Conservstiea -I HeadquartersPractical

the koUdaya.Mn. ctekkee**. ef oar natural resources.
.)Hh coring coante was Mr sad He ka < .
.. rraaeaa...*,. ***- JIaIJIa. IlL Carr Sattte ad Mr ash MnW aoatftg the proposed. sales tax which
,-" Wood sad .... J.a M....... w ere F. Mailer received low sconprise. be assafls as a "tax apes a man's Gifts for The Entire
.koa .teg te W.M robs BMtb Travetliag arise weat to MrMatter. I grits sad .........." He would Family _
.
-- rebuild ear tax structure on ability '
.
' Others. playing were )lr. aad Mn I te pay. Bates Spreads, Sheets, Shoes, Clothing, Etc. i

-.' Mrs R. X --. Mr. Mod Ray Teder. Mr and Mrs F. M l:".*** I'm wrong' and my recent it t
' )!'Is. Joka Smtoa MIl Mn. R. T. Prokst. Mr. and Mrs E. H Soy'"* iajadsmeat of Cooper might well Open Monday, Tuesday andVednesday v

_ Akera were sbepp-c.. mart Di,.s gaff Mr sad Mrs HutrlUD!OI1. tadfcate. that I could be. the people ..r
TkandayFreddie' -- are coteg to want more nights week for the
- ----------- next convenience of
.' sitiLKfc latonaaMsa from caadite -
:. TOUK Al iTS .
:: Mier .sous ;omitNI...d W ed- 'hiss tke *s Bo ejection than late shoppers.
!: ....., l .... ... Mr. and l/rs.Devil G. Click announce bas bed. die l H3 the past ,j
Fwy". y.-.ltJ' fa DeIAIIIt o te the birth of a _"'f'IIpotI"eGa. They are ae .ja lni to be satisfied !
Did Forrest. \Vedu *d*,* 1 will kaforJ. *uy ataad up.
':. CltI'iatalM ........ |
? II morning. Dec 17. at a Miami hospital I '**> want aagkt t*| -
dose
if liasr4 ..., d_ i be =**<... want to know' Mack's _
- ckartMd trow fibs .. +M'fT S Mr and Mrs .Arthur .- tw .rt an BOW _<>t teT Mat* to be. dose aid Dept. Store

at kao mat kteKary alMb. >etrs.'j noaace the birth of *. etek iou...j JWITO fc getet te do It.

3 aat* .te. *Sjt.nttr M h.e e I ...... owce bow t:IIi... Ute Arcadia j Oratory terse won't win ti. govjeraorskip -,'

amt a 'awt. at dam Y vldt eN I hospital ,....,. Thursday. j i iDoM' say more thaa meaef ..
-- is So.**** had been ftrea ; atoll.all<< win it. but a +peaeewu'

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: An lady stormed up to the S If the world was created

I I managerirate of the boys' clothing department oat of chaos,who created that .j

.. and demanded attention. i chaos Were there politicians 1-
"My boy's suit doesn't fit him," then !!

she explained impatiently "and Y A strong voice does rot necessarily J f
when I showed it to the salesman .
denote a strong argument
; rlwwrumal tan.r
j ,who sold it to me he said he could .
do nothing about it. Now what do '100'IE-LNIRT01t'OO.
you intend to do about it'" 5 i An unbiased person is one I

i "It must have fitted when you SCRIPTURE: a.vclama1S: Isaiah who has the same bias that
it the I:2.T; Luke 2:1.20.DEVOTIONAL IOU have. ''II
bought hedged manager. HEADING: Luke:....
"Now wait a minute"' inter. It nay be a compliment to it

I rupted the woman triumphantly."You've The Prince of Peace be whistled at, but the sensible -
got a sign over there that girl won't let it turn her

says, 'Money cheerfully refunded head.
I if not approved.' I demand my Lesson for December 21, 1947 1J
need is .
money back." + Our greatest today

"But we found absolutely nothing a .w c IT IS Christmas now that we are a lot more open minds and a

wrong with your money," said all thinking about and our lesson Jet less, open. mouths- --

the manager suavely. for Sunday helps us to rightly approach -
this blessed season of joy

and thanksgiving.It Ten Nights in Barroom
is suggested that
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT we read Revelation Top Play in Popularity

8-15, Isaiah 9.2-7,
5a and Luke 2120. No stage play in American his- '

L. "For unto us a tory ever achieved the popularity I

BUSINESS i INVEST. OPPOIt. Child is born untous of Ten Nights in a Barroom which

LADIES--aeU ten dollars Eton guaranteed a Son Is given; had its premiere in Boston in 1654. I
Cocmetics or three pairs Nylon bo sheet and pUlow cases. or fg c r
,curtains DUne.Write for Cosmetics and premium shall be upon passed since its heyday when
pamphlet. FtON PRODI CIS. WJI Car shoulder and hundreds _
his ; of companies were per -
.... A,.. a**.. Atlaata. Ga. _
his name shall be forming it, this melodrama is slidbeing
'"'0 PECl L-training needed to make Wonderful
called in this
II.000.00 U you like working with figure presented country.
You can make this much or more in aarontba Dr. Newton Counsellor, the Four movies of it were made between -- j
Writ without obligation to
time JAMES A. BHEBROD Mighty God The 1909 and 1931 and a revivalwas

B.. M faT. Cia.CLOTIIlX9. : Everlasting Father, The Prince of staged on Broadway as lateas

.ira Peace," Isaiah 96. 1932.

...FURS, ETC. Thus Isaiah sings of the coming :
WHITE SHIRTS S Saviour and in countless hearts r
tt meat gualltT broadclotto. Send for doscrlotion If you are looking for ways to- '
and free sample of cloth.PLANTATION this glad refrain will sound and resound -
SHIRT to.B t stretch your Christmas budget- '
.. tit Sestk. Ik.rwalk. C.a.. as we come on in these wait- hero's good news! Make a list of '
hours for Christmas Eve. It is
ing
all the smokers you know and eWe-
MEN the of because God t
HELP WANTED- season giving
I them either of these two popular ,
RADIO SALESMEN WANTED-Agents made the Best Gift gift items featured by your local
.
full or Dart Urn work. Urn commlas.ona.beautiful. -c
nationally known five tube table I dealer a carton of flavorful
model sells lor $23.85. Order sample today I The Christmas Story Camel tin '
only $1487. Guaranteed FAIR RADIO Cigarettes or a pound
jl ALES. tu S. Mala 8U u_ Oata. M I VE NEVER truly observe Christ- of mild, mellow Prince Albert

mas until we live again in the Smoking Tobacco. Both gifts come

I LIVESTOCKHELP __ : '. : t I message of John 3-18: "For God so ready to give. The Camel carton
INCREASE MILK PRODI'CT1OX!' ; loved the world that he gave his comes in a colorful holiday dress
of skimpy milkers by stimulating slul
I appetites with Dr. LeGcar Cow Prescription I I only begotten Son that whosoever containing 200 mild. neb-tasting
(ive In their utisfacUon.feed. A cow tonic guaranteedto A CHILD SHALL LEAD TOE3I . Terry Tubs, a tolden-hairtd I. believeth on him should not perish cigarettes. And Prince Albert-the

I polio victim from Laurel, Miss., has been chosen as the poster child but have everlasting life." National Joy Smoke-is offered in
muir-a Intpdltlon. ;
.HELP. TOtR. Stimulate horses lagging and appetites keep 11m for the 1348 March of Dimes campaign sponsored by the National the popular full pound container.
Dr. LeGear Stock Powder la their feed. Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. At three, he is the youngest child The Christmas story is the story Even a card is unnecessary for
Tb. best stock tome can buy. Satisfaction
guaranteed.money ever selected for the March of Dimes poster to dramatize the anti-polio bf God's bve. There is not enough these gifts-space is provided for t

campaign. The appeal for funds will be made.January 15 to 30.FRIENDSHIP I I I:I goodness in man to produce the a personalized Christmas greeting.

MISCELLANEOUS Christmas spirit the true You'll be "tickled pink" when you
-- I Christmas spirit. Only God could
: see the hearty reception your
F3 EXP. ROLL ref or Jumbo ctze. 30c: I
4 x a enlargement. so love, and only God can create friends will give holidaywrappedCamels
lOar r -ta'lII3fS. PHOTOS. B.a ..r-i
W. Eaa 8l-. C.lrs4. aprlnfs. Celvrade. within our hearts the proper attitudes and Prince Albert!-Adv.
.
: to worthily celebrate the
T- BELTS AND PCLLETS. ALL EIZCI -----
I Prompt shipments Send for circular birth of the Saviour.
HfDRAlLIC: : PRODI'CTS CO.
Cast Mai U I..t..... N.T. ... t04-B Wisdom is fled from us if we drop ThisHameMixedCough
down into the lowlands of com
J mercializing the Christmas season Syrup Is
\Safe,Sound Investment- by seeking tarn for ourselves.
t Fr'a
i Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! J.G e e Most Effective ;

The Greatest Gift Couch nedlcin usually coolala a

THE gift of Jesus Is the greatest larra quantity of plain Q'1'1IP-tL rood

AS PURE AS MONEY CAN BUY gift for the reason that it represents aasflr Ingredient make but at home.en which Take S you cope can or

divine giving. Jesus was not granulates vow and 1 cup of water
St.
j Joseph ASPIRIN forced to give himself. "God eommendeth and ur a few _all until Cisolved. -

WOtllV, LARGEST StUEH AT 40* his love towards us in that .. Or tua cora amp or liquid
110M,. Instead of
sugar tyruj
1 for while we were )et sinners, Christ
Then vet from any dmrtfst SH
"
+? died for us. ounces Clt Fines pour ft Into a pint

I -WIuSu/ItAl. r U God so loved and gave, let bottle, and fill tip with TOOT eynip.
"iritl ts as, by his indwelling Spirit seekso This circa you a run plat of wonderful
medians for coughs due to eoUa. It
rn mi Anti MI riiis ir to love and give. Boys and tnakea a real aarlnc beaus it gives
I RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO girls win thus find the answer to yon about four times aa much for
.
? their deire to make suitable giftsto your money. Never poOa Taste Boa.
# I rN parents, and parents to chilttren. This la actually a surprisingly effectrre. -
: eulck-acting coach relief.
it Swiftly yew feel It taking hold It
S.
.... loosens the phlegm soothe the Imitated -

MAGIC TRAINING . It's a smaH-seale "Friendship Train" Till Prince( of Peace lag easy membranes You're urr and r makaa eto anything breath-

REMEDY that trundles down temporary tracks along a production line in the THE bold prophecy In Revelation better for quick and ptoaslnc rerolta.

RINGS ILESSED RELIEF Parker Pen company plant at Janesriile, Wis., but It carries a lot of which reads: "The king Fine Ingredients la a special la compound concentrated ofprovsa

power to do good. The railroad system was Inaugurated by employeesas dom of the world Is become the form a moat reliable soothing agent
I IUITIIL
'' Lsrie a e.tn.0'r..0'Ll III lilt || IlltmiU Soul Stie. sot a means of collecting funds for Christmas gifts to Parker employees Kingdom of our Lord and of his for throat and bronchial Irritation

111(If*Mil {TUi.II Itg.M m"fl il rtti la England. More than 2,000 persons in U. S. plants and offices con Christ; and be shall reign for ever Money refunded If ft doom pIeue
[..If It till tl, .... MtlttllAll 4. 'UIIII tnbuted to the fond. and ever," Is the lifting thought of you In ovary way.
t; this lesson. That Is Christmas: fulfilled PinelsDependablet:

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How this prophecy challenges

.COLDSUQUID our present world of fear and

S. suspicion! Instead of the hysteria
MEDICINE IS BETTER
4 which has characterized our matron -
tell ....-.".. MKef et fdd .....ft vM 44M
I brant Gray ups.CM'...........As III& for months, we should have
LIQUID i. I been strong ta the gentleness of

t_ 666 COLD 'U'A.AT.ONcu. God strong enough to dismissthe
. e .....__ thought of pillage by another 1
to drive Communism 1g
=- gentle enough -

IVNU-M 5147Y from the earth. .

For let us well remember that N<

l lS lr the program of the Prince of Peaceis i.

Y not one day out of the year. It 1

is an enduring program of progress :
t- all men of goodwill
among
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,( : S the Song of TriumphIN ij

) : ..5y VAIN shall we observe another Filter etT IwUt with the AC 5. j
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season if we allow it to Star Quality" Oil Filter AC has
come and go without Joining the the only fitter element with add

song of triumph which the angel proof glas cloth CoOecter Tube ;
would ever teach us.
Trap, ta pre i
GUrj !. Coat f. tin. "'Ib.A" .,,- vent ail poihr r t t t
.. urh -,. Uoa and eogiae p'

CALOXfor It is. then, the high and holy task wear. Oai af//0 9
change to 10 big AC f a-\\
: I of every Sunday school teacher every + ,

the tonic parent every Christian to sing tares EA y'
effect this song of triumph. Only through

on your smilerffUitml -i.-5 personal faith in the Lord Jesus i
Christ can burdened frightened
Cslmr nib tan sasyst souls catch the cadence c* the choir

1 Help*rt more iJaa."bria,oat lag angels. But we have the prom.
all the aataral iunte of roar ise of God that every seeking soul
WHAT is OPTliitf
tail r f
may have this peace, this poise, this 1
I rust SIGN or
; r. 2 A fpecUl lofrnCtot U CsJoi M-4 victory.
_
t- eacowaaa"Ie HZAfrCOtSfXaM)7
1 4 y I which.au g wax efect oa foot Permit me. please, to wish f.

t rofr.-MIps OAI".akei 7o5c tkem saila.witb Lea and Yorkers ttafld and indifferent in yes and each of you, the bet4 Jmt 2 aV A pa Ay.Udsy of Ve tn>fvitnf Nosi DeL'o1w_in
;. the face of most 1III1ISUJ oerarreaees, stared when Peter Bartt sauntered experience of the toward ..,pI- each aostzi sootha irritated aaaeibraaea.
Li.owla along 23rd street from the Hudson river te the FeauylvaaU sea of Christmas with Christ.rC.Py.tae redoes earl oaagasUta. Yes healhefrsar
I i lei :,IX4... Ie .e.'owe hotel with a canoe oa his head. Butt a Canadian World War D veteran sad feel raid Imssdiatuy.
6p (** /---.f PissitT .
I had Jut completed a two-year. (.M-taUe paddle from Victoria, B. C. te/tfMia Hmtttfm w WlaJf W oe *r.r wale PENETRDi
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.; t WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA wwAAAwwAAAAwAAAAAAAw
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/ 'Iql'Qllql" ..:;,; ASK ME.
? A quiz; with qrawerj"offering 7
7 Everybody
///0"QJ. Talking About Inflation; ? 7i

"IIIZI, 11'i..4 I Information on various subjects J
CIO Reveals i? ANOTHER 1 5

Either Way- I Wage Increase Drive; ; w.-_.-.--- '. ..-.-.-..-.-w.-._-. ._..._._..wwwww..wwwe.ww..
"My husband I
is so jealous
"How absurd" Arabs Riot The Question r gold brick stored at Fort Knox, !i
Pillage in Holy Land
Why, isn't yours?" 1. VFhatis the eight of the Liberty Ky.?
"Of course not." beD The Answers
.Rcl4 by WHU r..tw"rLIEDfToa .
"Ho humiliating Gardens of 1. It 2,089 Its
weighs pounds.
2. The Hanging
_.aten ,...NOTE..._ Wk.s Cass''a.,........... saatr.ip see estre..ed and 4 tCM...._Ml rUr'OU..* tft7 tits ..tf*._.....tj WMt Babylon were 60 miles south of clapper is 3 feet,2 inches in length.
Good ExampleD what present-day city? 2. Bagdad.

+Uy",I tot tot TJ ft,.10011.. [INFLATION Grand Champion 3. What part of the earth's popu- 3. More than a third understand
JidM DL l lation knows English? a large part of the English vocabu.
"You let toort Itlt ,oar motbtt I
f 4. What line follows "The night lary.
n"7uy.- _____ What's to Be Done? has a thousand eyes"* .. "And the day but bne"

At one dangerous railroad crassing Administration to force ? I 5. What was a Greek hoplite 5. A soldier.

is a junk dealer's sign reading the adoption of President pressure Truman's I 6. The average annual precipitation -i 6. Approximately 29 inches.
I the U. S. u how 1. The 892,000 bricks weight 27 J
:: "Go ahead, take a chance I IWe'll i proposed anti-inflation panacea involving in many
the inches? pounds each. Total value about
bay ear
and controlswas
I wage price 7. What is the weight cl each $12,500,000,000.
increasing steadily.
I Latest in a procession of cabinet

members testifying before congressional -
When youri i

I controls committees was Clinton in favor P. Anderson of price, iFfto fim mm W& %? mm


little one secretary He bluntly of agriculture.warned the house

banking and currency committeethat MUSCLE ACHE
unless rising meat costs are
catches i
-halted price controls on that com-
rAld modity would be necessary by early !
I spring. Describing meat and grainas jI
ReEev Distress I
4 .. : foodstuffs in which early short- I
As B.
Sleeps I i ages can be foreseen, Anderson

bedtime rub warmIng, I pointed out the likelihood that early
At soothing Vicks VapoRub 1943 would see fantastically high

on throat chest and back. prices of meal
YapoRub's special relief I There was a profusion of thinkingon Claude MiBwee. IS, of Fort

bringing action starts to the inflation problem which so Cobb Okla., poses proudly with
work Instantly to soothe far had done little except to promote his ll O-pound s tinhorn. "Big

Irritation, ease coughing I I widespread disagreement and Boy," which was judged grand
relieve muscular soreness uncertainty among the people. champion steer of the International -

and tightness. And then- ji The administration, congress as Livestock Exposition in Chi-

even while child sleeps- a body and private citizens re- cago.
VapoRub keeps right on j mained at odds concerning what
working to bring relief. should be done Robert S. Nathan

Remember It's the best- I former government economist, WAGE DRIVE
known home remedy you can called for an immediate 20 to 25 percent :

tse to relieve rollback in prices and predicted Third Round

distress of VICKS y a "bust" next year if the
1tI! situation remains uncontrolled. Since there apparently is no way
colds.Try i Secretary of the Treasury John of eliminating inflation in the foreseeable f j Rub in gentry-warming, soothing Ben-Gay for fast

Snyder issued a direct challenge to future. the CIO decided the relief from muscular soreness and pain. Ben-Gay contains
congress to come up with some best thing American labor can do is up to 2Vj times more methyl sslicylate and
workable idea of its own to combat to string along with it. menthol famous paio-rebevuig agents bawD to every
""" I doctor-than five other widely offered rnb-ms. Insiston
t\\ : rising costs of living. That was the philosophy behind '
fenaae Ben-Gay the original Baume Analgesiqae.MM .
t \\ st Earl Bunting, president of the National CIO President Philip Murray an-
posso ,n'\ \ Association of Manufacturers, nouncement that the labor organization for Pam&M U MSIUTBN, KEDBUCU amd cOLSS.'S .

o .e-e epitomized the attitude of private would seek general wage increases Ask far MU B.KCai tw CUdrmSenGay

i1iP1.t.fI business and industry in general by ; for its six million workersin
1- calling for greater production per basic industries.It .

man per day, reduced taxes and a presaged a new series of labor //
curb on exports. difficulties which probaMy will
\ What it amounted to was this reach a crucial peak next March ,

.la NR (Xatort's Remedy) Tablets You either were in favor of price: and April More than that, it was '
there are na chemical. .. mineral* and wage controls or against them. the development most feared by I
*. phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are You and take
pay your money you economists frantically trying to i|
different-art different
Purely wy> choice but in event, with
table-a combuutioa of 10 vegetable your ; any combat inflation-official launching j
ingredient formulated over S3 yean inflation a predominant condition of of the third general round of wage

ago Uncoated or candy coated their the economy you pay your money. demanda-ftiac the war ? I 1hefe&ard&ai

action is dependable, thoroegh, vet I: HOLY WAR Murray, seeking to Justify the decision [
gentle as mfllionj of KK bare : !
proved. Get a 2S'box. Use at directed.: claimed that since the war +
And TerrorIn workers bad suffered a net loss of and
an "
13 per cent in the purchasing powerof
Cairo, Egypt, a group of Mos-
I lem religious scholars-the Alzahar their weekly earnings despite

N2 TO NIGHT'.K: Council of Ulemas solemnly re- wage increases.He EASY WAY TO

tu.ars ea.av weeRaL nounced the U. N. decision to partition added, in a tone of disillusion
Palestine and decreed a "je- ment, that the ClO's move for

OSKBTBIBjnyfeet had," which, in the Islamic tongue other pay raise grew out of his an-I '
means a holy war. other CIO leaders' moral certainty I

Thus was added the highest Moslem that congress would do nothing to i GHANGEAFUSETOUpi
religious sanction to the decision halt inflation and its continuing and '

of the Arabs to fight with every dangerous impact oo the American
'I means at their command the sepa- worker He hoped, he said, that "it
ration of Palestine into independent won't be necessary to have strikes."

/ Jewish and Arab states.In I The decision was not entirely unexpected OMY = "N

the cities of Jerusalem and Tel Secretary of Labor LewisSchwellenbacb *S tiM no suss. s..b.a.... S .le w
Aviv the holy war was creating unholy I had S ..bw.bj.es i... fs.

terror. Jewish-Arab fighting re- 4 seen it in the cards

Say many old! foils sulted in 31 deaths, hundreds of injuries earlier when be -
and countless cases of pillage predicted such'development a
r about! good tasting
I and destruction amounting to dam- S, and

scoffs EMULSION II I ages upward of a million dollars during warned that pressure .
the first net following U. N. f for general

TkoMuto ef fc*,p* I approval of partition. wage increases wasp IWM I3j
folk* kwnr: ttUI Good Fear spread that Arab fury over mounting with rising -
fueling Se.K'a EmUoaktlpi the partition would erupt into a full- 'i t prices. ps. r.dear
yea ward off eoI -II.lpa VM Meanwhile con .asdeeef.osG
scale civil war. It was reported i
lt I JtO
get well fMttr-aad kelps m
Saud of Saudi Arabia ScbweDeabich gross dissatisfied
Ibn
.01. str.ag wbea 7..r diet aft I i that King
nor utarml AID VtU.i-I S *t'.I* had promised to donate the 18 mil- with President Tru- ss

HIGH ENEXLCT FOOD TOX1Crkh I! lion dollars a year his state received man's I -point anti-inflation program ,'- ..

=A4D'VrUmiM thyI ,! from Middle: East; oil concessionslargely continued working on cost- ,
.e4 a wifb wM c ds.
.... .. American-owned) to the oMrvmg problems with two cabinet
47 vi 0. Try It! See welt if I ( wba. F
WL Ea-r *.*-..aM !*- support of Arab military forces. officers under orders to draft specific
Ex'uouc-1 Boy today st Jed bills to fight inflation.
What the Arabs didn't seem to
drag itorttMOKE
realize, or were ignoring, was the BOGEY:
Hum {just s toaicit' violently par-
fact that, in opposing
HeHumphrey a flashlight at top of steps, so
A'o Red
Jki> ,powerful nourisJ ISCOII'S tition, they were stepping in the KEEP wont stumble. Using
face of the nearest thing to a united four
Bogart, the film
. world opinion that has existed actor j flashlight, examine each fuse,to locate
IMULSIOH is above all not a Communist, said : .
tune "dead"one.Thea replace a burned- -
among mankind for a long Humphrey Bogart in Chicago you
From that standpoint their actions out fuse touch only its rim. Never usea 1'
wanted it known that i
He definitely
I were something less than smart. coin instead of a fuse. VAlways
the labels of Communist or Communist
have fuses hand.To .
good oo
WARFARE: sympathizer tacked on him and
When Your t.isife, "Baby" fiscal! by some test a fuse use an "'ITUadrbauuJ., '
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Plastic Tanks segments of the press were ground a bulb (or bulb assembly), and wire- '

Back Hurts- Tanks, as we know them, may be less.The as shown U fuse a good bulb will tight

for the memory only in a few more actor found himself being

And lour Slrenjth aad years if the prediction cf Maj Gen. given a pink wash after his recent 1 Proofl..in! the laboratory in your own flashlight...
Energy 1. Bdvw par James M. Gavin is sound. trip to Washington along with other !

a.,t& rr .. _&Ut... b7 peraal d1..rd.r Dot a kWllIAfdoI -- In the event of anoberanks film stars "to preserve the first j j 'EVEREADY' BATTERIES
and light ,
i .ew.a.a, made largely of plastic amendment" which they thoughtwas I
:.:fcw::..... kM>gs tap$::nmvn J"--" KM:: ,' enough to be flown: from one front getting roughed up daring the ] OUTLAST ALL OTHER
... .mr VMM cwtMf tnm U. ; to another wiD play a decisive role Thomas committee's investigation I, !
=. the military expert said in a copy- of Communism in Hollywood. I "
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wkaa :
Y. .q .a.r .ass Armored I BRANDS !
,.."aade teas, b..asck.ti dtat.adr.a righted article in the "I detest Communism just as any 1 a

a: tmiwe t....d .n t7 swl'as.5o.'en.a. .rte'. Cavalry JournaL who commanded the parachute other decent American does" he i Brighter Lgh; longer life! Tta vbst t
Ucla wtu ..4 Mnte h IKtkM Gavin, '.
umvoat I growled.vAnd he added that the season
tip Uat M.Mfct.t ta vraM *IU assault troops m the Kor- you get wah"Zvcrcady"band bsnenes Laoontory -
W IIId: .n R a .4Mr. I invasion said the heavy h* went to Washington was because test prow i3. Aad dM best lab" of
il..iwtd M N dsbt p.c M '!str.at.ea mandy **I thought fellow Americanswere I .
ti, wive tWa aegtee. t.. tank of World War II is so outdated all-VMT fisUtiit-prove k! Thtf't why
Les'. ..... 1&0. L burr. .. it "belongs in the Smithsonian tn- being deprived of their constitutional -E vtn dy bcaene aart.Tl all ocher bctad*- %i*
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ar.diel. teat bye w i
.sate r rights and for that reason !!
became emtLtst all banes
SM...... ** they ocbu
=. ........ tease" ... stitution. alone. As taxpayer-a who ,
bees a guy .
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.4 m.*, TWM. Art M *A Erse "Either we develop the means than 4100,000 a m !s.ts..d....."...,. aas-.drr......
more
.'. that will enable us to Cy everythingwe pays income tax-I thought I had year a right NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, INC.
need for combat or another nation 30 EM Cad Scat New Tack 1.K T.
DOANSPILLS wilL" be asserted. "If another to have my Uf.to Paf.,vc..t.i 13)! ..c.riM: ,

does-weD. we'" had it." He sounded sincere. Tough too .-r sly'S...,....SOs .......iss"far ...i.. ......ia.tssta '

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1 I School Daze- ;w Tuesday. fade gt ts wee k I j papers In Moot Havaav He.... tIftI d. Jaaaary 17. U48. moat cumt before tbe nice tawt.
a kips aad ttr tea have at heat oa j gave us a cordial ......... t* vfatt th.* mate populates are woO I OF r>ERV180KS K\INAOKtqturtd DI8ftDCr OT
i day ft )Meet' Mtats3ases before The Democrat sosae Friday an.On.u ed IB tie4r caltirattm of ra. ... p.- Duff Prea ..
(c.u.Pace 4)io ) I Chriatmaa. I. -.. mad asked the das to mustaches aid beards .aneh t. 1547.I .
congratulate the Juators oa We all got oar report cards last j wane oa two dJHervat Fridays as dlsmsj of the towa's oaly I I
"what awell Job they did oa their I I.ur. week Just ask a few of us what I' '-e BOW have 28 in oar ctos Comeback I C B. Cave Gatfport ladies .: '1"0. (.R..TIHI. -'
.*. lie only hope that we em: (' oar grade are. Some need to get i i: to see us. Mr Settle! Aad I busy dipping up old cooking I : -i I ;: ;: : THE t'OCCTT
S 4* as well nest year down to work bat some just Deed to : thanks': 'daes for competition ia t ;! s',,'..:y 'OI''ITY' 1Q..OR- .'.,
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LaM Friday we bad the Janianl': keep up the good work. Welcome to oar new student. the appetites of the town's I ..i a
.t ** to have their devotions with ea.ar i Everyone: look for our part in the Jeanette MeDauld. from Ctewision pated 50.909 ,..... ; I' rt..b.,..uf. Drt-e&eed.
we bad united Het. Boteman toi I paper after Christmas. See you thea.Omitted Harry Laagdale is back after a Invitations have beta mailed : ,+.; I-I and vnds!'seasons ASainst-8
.(peak to ... He spoke of 'Christ- '{ ; loag absence to all Chambers of Commerce
... Christmas Legend sad Where I iz ( Laat Week) HR periods for grades 1-U are the state to have their locann a rh ur you to are hsssby
came From." We enjoyed it FIFTH <;ulKt now :30 minutes oa Friday reseated by a vintage d, mand.. which prracnt you,say or
very mack sad learned a lot about Bobby \Vo.d.ard) I Aadrey Taylor been Hea- may hare ...irnt the
j i Betty carriage, bicycle barbershop q .'.t A. Port ....!.
Christmas; that we didn t k .Alec I Aathoay Berwaaf drew a Christmas i drickaoa albarr Griffith are t1. tet, cigar store ladies. or a I, of said Count* to de-tie
Merry Christmas and Happy ;, picture om our blackboard tag to play a clarinet number at tamed delegatten Over 12509 :" vf Hade County, Plot-l .
Yar, eesrliory \\e voted oa whether to draw : lint HR.Oar officm' the cwt boom
cash prizes will, be awarded )" at Koore }favea. Fter-
Barnes, have a free exchange ol class visited the Library lastWednesday !I.ht rileadar: ....... ftam-
IK TS niMibs. ; i cordiag to a sateateat issued the first paMieattaa o. this
gift, or hare a"llite ChristmasFoaneea i listened
and to some '
the festival ("committee claim or 4eaaaa4 aaaQ
The tint thing I waat to do is I' voted for drawiag names, I'' DeW Christmas records : and shaH stat the
$lt>0 to the owner of
I acratalate you Juniors for that : aad ales for the White Christmas prize ,. and port office ad
vintage ear travellag the claimant and a...ll M
fine play you pat over so well Friday Today we are beetasiag to get the
claimant, his
Water Ski distance the festival under agent
t ....L It was grand' practice on Christmas songs from I I Championship to R, >. and any 5 ee
What's this J.M. is holding ..ton Mr. Graat I{To Be Held At own power DOt WATNE M fUea c .(.CAmnw... w vets
f M? it Menu she' espectiag a st'OM G1t.1UE r at UM Bslatt
sparkler for Christmas'! Are thee Eben went to see the president I Cypress Gardens Smith Alderman of Daste executor af taw Last,
: visited briefly oae day teat .4 TestaaMBt of BTMM .
f ramors true Jake Saturday. He... a lot of pretty I' .boouf. aae...e4, '
;: Two of OU former waoolBwrtee birdse have a new boy Hi* with his aepaew. V VOM December L tt 7.
f were here visiting this week.Naacy d: I i name is Kenneth McDonald He i WI'fF.R;: HAVEN, Dec 11- earoate to Clewtetoa to Tim I *. 24. tt<7.
Mc- (FNS)'-:The third rather J. O .\w.....
Frank aanoal Florida
MkMleUm aDd 'came from Clewiston We made a';
;" KbNle Glad to aee you! Christmas wreath yesterday Water Ski Championship will beheld <'01T1.\ri Jt nsiTt FLORIDA rot'RT or
:
x OM ot or boy had a little aceikt at Cypress Gardens on December I
:r < Friday klternoun, and yon'llkin I }'()rITII (.I\DK: %1-%8. it was anuouucei'today OTI'E"" 'UO\\\H"OF: A1'1.EErt\r.OP Rt(3RLt : OF" KRNBST or PROBATE A. PORTE-
__ hobbling around school OB Our class did finger pate ting last by Glean Klrkpatrfek of Day- IRtt\t1E 1>I..TKKT I '..aftd. :
; rtches! Bat don be too alann1 week and we are making Christmas { ufea Beach, president of the Florida OF FLORIDA TO ALL
F ..1 he's fast and win cards. Water Ski \ssociation Notice i* hereby given that INTLRBBTCD W TUB
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recuperating uaat to call of the Bean of i i Ot SAID DECEDKNTI :
eoo be mean as ever By the way Our language class Iii writing letters Working now at Cypress Gardens visors of Sva-arland Pralaage I )" notified that a writ-

Debby, that was swell acting yom did to the fourth grade pupils in on plans for this e>ent. Kirkpatrick aad\ntv\r ia accordance I. chapter wit J. Title Section 7 of i"1 testament purporting of to satfI be.....tau-
fa spite of year handicap! East Prune Miseonri. stated that entries in this year's t'onpiled General Laws of I I been admMsd to ,,*te
Ship?? is ftoatiag around on a We are glad Sylvia Gomez is two-day tournament will be limited 1927, the of annual m'etiM of the I : I hereby. command wtthia
owners Sugarland Drainage
: coed these days Every week-end hack in school to Florida water skiers oal,. net for the rear IMS. will to .. | month from tM date 9t
s&BMfeody gives her sack a thrill We elected these people officers The three championship events the .ffic of the District at h' 1 of this notice to
die hardly makes it through the in our Good Chisels Club last week: which will be held daring the 7.un.1J4S Florid at .4:30 on clock Wdn .P..tay M. E,.. > iid you e.court.n. why and the action show
week! President-Linda Roberts tournament in both the \omea'sand standard Ttmr. for the purpose of I in admitting said will
Dot and Peg were shopping In Viee-President-Glean Taylor\ men's division are the difficult l, Elwtmtc one Supervisor for about not stand IIn YoIt-

AVest Palm Beach Satarday-for Secretary. Joe Ann Dussell slalom course, high jumping, and ,. term Receiving of three n> in.rf'POrtlll. .. 9KAI IVPKESSED)
\ -what? Well, they fond It! Treasurer-Betty Ann Young I trick riding. There will also be a taking such action with r"'P. <' i I ....O019E.County.Coanljr Florida.Judge!=
thereto
Hear the Juniors had a woader- We have been study lag weather mixed doubles title at stake for the determine ar: the and landowner ro" ..:iti.'n ecember S, 147
tel party the other night! It you maps from the paper in our science outstanding performance by a cou- I 3 Transuding. such other .. I I II II II II II II Dec 5. 12. 19, 26.I ,
want details OB the fool, jest a kMr class pie In this evest I
Whittle! Oar hqme room mothers, Mrs. Dan F. Halos of New York, president I
Peg seem to be floatiag atoned Taylor and Mrs Strickland, gave us of the American Water Ski I
oa clouds too! Wonder what there a party Friday afternoon. Association, will come to Florida to I /*
**, aboat those Miami boys? Although ISt serve as head judge during the
Frank to an oW used-to-be, :\ t:\TII (..i\DH: tournament. He will arrive hereabout I
sewn he still give. out with that (Wallace Corner) three days before the eventto
..ld tUtU! Friday morning at E1-UR. Betty inspect and approve the courseon -
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Jut what. the More between Jean Hendrirkson played a clarinet Lake Eloise at Cypress Gardens.
Joyce aDd Rupert* "Is they- -or is solo "Over the Waves" with Mr. Miss Nance Stilley of Winter Ha- I
thy aia't broken up*" If anyone Moye at the piano. After her solo ven, winner of the Florida Women !
has this Information, will yon please we tried two Christmas carols, 's Water Ski Championship last
taten "joars truly*" "Away In A Manger." and "Silent year will be back from New York El li
"Rumors Are Flying Again" This Night: with Joe V-alters, Betty Jean where she has been working as a LOUNGE"f
time it's about a new romance between Hendrickson and Juanita Walker Powers model to defend her title
Neil Taylor and Wilma Tomp- singing, while the others of the against a crowded field of expert
line! Is this true, kids class hummed. Then all joined in wonen skiers.
Hey! Gwen when are you coming the singing We were glad to have The State Association has ruled ALL {
down? Ha! For those who Mrs Farnam and )Ir. Hendrickson that students in Florida collegeswill
dent understand-her boy friend as guests be eligible to enter this tournament -
from Georgia came to see her this Thursday morning at HR. Olsie and entries are expected from
vf-ea-ead'! Not bad, either so I Hendry gave some fine blackboard<<: 'Florida Southern College at Lakeland -
bear! drawings, sketching people and animals Miami University. Rollins Col- -.
The answer to last week Pen Next time be draws be will lege at Winter Park and the University Swing and ,
Picture was Skippy Tompkins We use colored crayons of Florida at Gainesville
Are very sorry that the other Pen At P.-T. A. Friday night: Betty With the number of entries already Christmas Records Como and
.f9tlte4e.for JAM week was misplacedIKLMIMKN Jean Hendrtekson gave "Over The received Kirkpatrfek stated .
Wave" as a solo while she.. Wilma that more than 50 of Florida's outstanding -
: MGeraldme -.\\' Strickland and Phyllis Howde- water skiers are expected Bing
( Laagford) shell played a clarinet trio "Silent V> be on hand to' compete in the
We freshmen are all looking forward Night." with )Ir. Moye at the riano championship events
to the Christmas .acatioa and We are sorry Billy Brooks is still s Special-Webster Changer,
'w >arttrlng what "Santa" is going oat We hope he will be back BOOB Gulfport To Hold

to arias as Jo Anne Copse rt-turaed Monday j Plays Twelve or Ten 12-
We got oar school pictures Thereday Bight from Durham X C. and we Gay Nineties Festival
alii you should have seen the are happy to i>.'e ht'rek home
inch Records
I bustle to the homerooms and again --59.95
4 Everyone was trying to trade pie-, )Ir. Carr Settle spoke to our HR i 01 LFPORT Fla. Dec 17 -- .
interesting I if-N-= >Following a unanimous derision i
i tares December 9. and gave us a very
Robert Taylor was absent from I talk on the first news- or the town council at Gulf-
t ; ------ port, the quaint community on Bora Glades lance j
I I Ciega Bay whose romantic history j
i ir back-dates that of neighboring -

St. Petersburg, an annual Gay
>k a ixa2 2taa 2t >a > Nineties Festival will be held on i|
i the third Saturday of January of .
The Entire Personnel of | each year It has been announced I 1
.a r In preparation for the first fes-

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