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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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j VOLUME 11, NUMBER -10 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1937 ,
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GRAVES IS SPEAKER I Whitehurst Dismisses l JMANY BEANS PICKED Ladies Aid Completes SCHIFFLIS RETURN ;-

Mandamus Suit I Plans For BazaarThe ;

AT KIWANIS MEETING --- !IIN THIS VICINITY! I SATURDAY FROM.;
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Circuit Judge George W. White- Annual' Christmas Bazaar I :tih

WEDNESDAY NIGHT hurst Wednesday dismissed the writ DURING PAST WEEK will be held
of mandamus filed by Glades Invest by the Ladies Aid So- TRIP TO EUROPE 1
ciety on
Thursday, December 9th
ment company of Clewiston through |
Superintendent of Public Instruc- their attorneys, Evans Mershon and Thanksgiving week found truck !I in the office of J. E. Beardsley in. "

tion S. A. Graves of LaBelle was Sawyer, of Miami, against W. Tom growers in the Clewiston area busy I the Hopkins Building. Dr. and to Mrs. O. F. Schiffli returned i.
guest speaker at the Kiwanis Club Hull, clerk of circuit court of HenJ-I In addition to the articles made their home In Clewislon
j harvesting beans.i!. H. Crouch pick-' Saturday night after a most interest- ,:.
county to compel him to deliverto
meeting Wednesday evening. Mr. ry for sale, there will be cooked food
ed a carload of I ing tour of several
them tax certificates under the fancy Bountifuls countries of Eu- "
Graves chose for his topic the financing -
offered for sale and
a luncheon The
of the public schools of the old law involving land near Hook- on Thanksgiving Day from a ,fieldin and rope. Schifflis attended the national -

I. county. er's Point, Clewiston, after J. J. the Bare Beach area and will supper served. A spaghetti menu convention of the ,American

I The chief source of revenue to Herring oE Clewiston had filed application pick a carload of Black Valentines will be served at the two meals, and Legion in New York City in Sep-
to have it sold under tho I other food tember and took advantage of the
prepared will
I county schools is from the 'statefunds. : from the field include
same, Saturday. Post-Convention pilgrimage of
the
There are three state funds, Murphy law. eandies, cakes
and
each of which contributes to I The writ was dismissed on the I J. S. Aly of South Bay is pickingat i i other', home- Legion for their trip abroad.
locally
j finance Hendry county schools, explained -I grounds that the Murphy bill took: Liberty Point. He has shipped I cooked foods. Serving will begin at Dr. (Schiffli left Clewiston Sep-
I priority where the party claiming 12 noon and at 6 in the evening. tember 3rd, joining :Irs. Schiffli
Mr. Graves. They are: |r I several cars this week from a South
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right to tax certificates under the The articles made for sale and their sons in Highlands, North
: 1. The teachers salary fund, used Bay packing house from his Liberty,I' are
solely to salaries. Murphy bill has requested the clerk f all hand-made and will include 'aprons Carolina, their summer home. They
J f 1 .4J': 2. The state pay text book fund. and advertised the sale of tax cer- Point fields. L. T. Archer, who .is gift articles, household lin- drove to Toledo for a short visit '

: 3. The state fund for vocational 1 1I tificates before 'application had been I associated with Mr. Aly, picked a I II ens, a few children's clothes, stuffed with relatives and left the boys
I education. made to buy them under the old law. car this week at Ritta. toys and similar articles. there. Following the Legion convention -
I they sailed from New York
I In addition to these funds, there W. S. Bowdoin anc Clarence Lee on
j is a portion of the county taxes assessed Christmas Seal Plans were also picking this week from i Four Are InjuredIn September ington." 23rd aboard the "Wash-

for school purposes. This amount acreage in the Bare Beach section.G. I

i says Mr. Graves, has been Are Nearly CompletePlans B. McDuffie 'has picked several Road 25 Accident I i I for Remaining a few days with in Paris the Legion and a party tour
I continually growing smaller the cars from fields at County Line. i '
of the
French battlefields and Am-
I past ten years, as fewer people have English peas are being planted / -
erican
I paid their taxes. Quoting figures to for the 1937 Christmas quite generally this year and some i Miss Mae Lily Stone and Mrs. cemeteries, they decided a-
gainst continuing with the to
I party
: back up this assertion, the speaker Seal Sale were nearing completionin fields are.sufficiently advanced to Emma Ezell of Clewiston and Joe Rome. Instead
they arranged their ,
; that in 1927 the assessed be at the There
stated blooming stage. I
every city and town of Florida and Woodrow Peeples of Citrus own itinery for leisurly trips thru
valuation of Hendry county was $3- will be no picking of peas, however I
today. With the opening of the. sale ( Center received minor scratches and the portions of France, Switzerland,
I 2JL5,968, and in 1937 the assessed for about thirty days. I
valuation was only $721,230. The on Thanksgiving Day workers in Joe Lee Wood is completing this I j[ bruises when their car overturned Germany and Belgium which' appealed -
to them most.
county wide assessment for school every county hastened to fold thous- week the planting of 80 acres of I on a curve west of LaBelle Saturday

purposes is limited by law to a i ands of sheets of Seals, insert themin cabbage in the Ritta section. Plant (I night. Mrs. Ezell's injuries were the I Dr: Schiffli speaks French, German -
maximum of 10 mills, and the district ing of tomatoes is still t and Alsatian and Mrs. Schifli
assessment: is also limited to I II the envelopes and prepare them I but it is expected that most painful and she was confinedto I speaks French. Their knowledge of

I{I a maximum of 10 mills. Since tax I for mailing.The I will equal that of last indefinite"j I her bed for: a few days as the re- the languages made their trip much

'collections are not more than 70 % sale in this state is sponsored though a larger percentage sult. more interesting as it permitted

1 perfect,. the amount collected from by the Florida Tuberculosis and be planted in the back areas of the The group was returning from them to shun the "tourist centers"as

local taxes is indeed trivial comparedto Health Association and its affiliated drainage units.HUNTING. I Fort Myers when the car ran onto often as they liked and gave them
organizations. Through, the state easy access to the older hotels and
the total needed for school pur- the soft shoulder of the road at 3-
twenty-five million tuberculosis other establishments where the true
poses. curve and overturned: The occu-
I stickers will be sent out this week. old world atmosphere remains intact -
tax
i The one dollar per capita I pants knew of no reason why' the I
formerly known as the poll tax, is Letters going to thousands of Flor- SEASON car should have overturned, but it Dr. Schiffli spent a portion of
idians will carry two sheets, of Seals his time in Paris and Berlin at the
also assessed for school purposes. was noted after the aecident that
and a letter stating what the Seals famous medical 'centers.
In many counties a special act of I LURES MANY TO I one of the tires was flat and it is
have done to curb deaths from tuberculosis I
the legislature has given a portionof thought that the deflaion of the Leaving Paris, Dr. and Mrs. Schif-

tfie race track funds allotted to here. I tire pulled the car onto the earth fil made a southern trip, visiting Al-
1 the counties by a general act, to the Cheerier than ever "before the I FIELDS FOR GAME shoulder of the road grade. Fortu-I sace and making their headquartersin
1937 Christmas Seal carries the picture
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tgl school board for school purposes. nately the car had not been travel its capital. city, Strasburg. Thoy
! "' There, is no, such act in Hendry; 'county -' of a Town Crier announcing"All's ling at 'a high rate of' speed or the I travelled through Bavaria and
and the board of county commissioners Well". The program sponsored Many Clewiston'' nimrods were accident might have resulted more Switzerland ,and returned by a
1 :last year passed a resolution by the sale of Seals in Florida lured to the fields and to Big' Cypress disastrously.)". northern route to.Lorraine, visiting

: allotting $6,000 annually to the Includes training of negro physi- in_-search of game the first of Metz, !Its capital. Then they journeyed 1
1 county school board for school pur- cians; the skin testing and X-ray- the season. An unusual cold snap to the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg -

I poses, this allottment made by the ing of children to discover early tuberculosis failed to diminish the pleasure of What. County Gets to Belgium and Germany. Dr.

county board is very essential to sponsorship of the State I those who enjoy hunting quail, turk- I Schiffli spent six months in North?

i the schools. I Tuberculosis Sanitorium. clinics and for I ey or deer. From Welfare Board ern Luxemburg with the army of I
and consultation
The minimum salary of a Hendry diagnosis Most of the hunters report birds occupation in 1919 and he was particularly -
county school teacher, according'' to i i program of health and education at plentiful, but few turkeys or deer "I interested in revisitingthat I

Mr. Graves is J2.30 weekly, figured the schools. were brought, in to Clewiston. I The State Welfare Board is the" :section.! In Belgium the Schif-

on a basis of 52 weeks in the Among the many parties were I direct administrative agency of old I flis made Brussels their headquarters -

t year. The maximum salary is. $22.30 76,777 Gallons Gasoline Wilbur McGehee, Pete Chagaris and I age 'assistance, blind assistance and I I and made many interesting trips

on the same basis. These figures John Elmore who hunted near Ira- assistance for dependent children.In .j out from that city. l

compare favorably with those of Purchased In CountySale mokalee. After a. futile search for addition, it is the certifying agen- They entered Germany stopping

i other counties and is higher than turkey they loosed' the bird dogs and [ cy of the WPA, the CCC and the first_ at Cologne, travelled, on to

the state average, Mr. Graves pointed returned with the bag limit of quail.W. NYA, and is the certifying and sup- Coblenz, then back to Cologne and
out. of 76,777 gallons of gasolineat C. Hooker, Tom Geiger and ervisory distributing agency for surplus in to Berlin. They sailed from Ham-
retail to users in 'Hendry county I Charlie Miner hunted south of commodities. It is the burg on November 3rd, taking the

MISS LOCKHART IS ASSIGNED I was listed in the monthly report for Clewiston for deer, but failed to ery through which the' machin-I I same boat, the "Washington", for

PUNTA GOUDA WELFARE WORK October of the Inspection Bureau of bring in a buck. They ',found dove ernment clears various relief their return voyage. The'' boat stopped -

II the Department of Agriculture. Dur- plentiful, however, and returned to Floridians of an aggregatemonetary I one day in Havre, a half day at
Friends of Miss Dorothy Lock- ing the same month the sale in with a nice bag. value of more than $15- South Hampton and a half day tOld

hart, who recently moved from 1 Glades county was 28,338' gallons; Elbert Stewart and Gus McGehee, I 000,000 annually. In return, the federal -I Queenstown, landing in New
Clewiston to West Palm Beach with in Highlands county 141,899 gal- veteran turkey hunters who seldom I i government reserves the rightto York on Armistice night.

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred lons; in Okeechobee county 58,559 fail to bring in their game, require compliance 'with the provisions Dr. Schiffli stated that they found

Lockhart, will be interested to know I gallons; in Collier county '101,730 I ed with one turkey from a return-I I. of the National Social Security I European travel very: reasonable.This .

4 \ that she has received an assignment gallons. The total retail sales in the the:season hunt. I, Act. was due in part, of course, to

I bv \the state welfare board for workin state amounted to 24,153,923 gal-I Dan Allen and M.)D. Bledsoe wentto tneir Legion connection, and in part
'Punta Gorda and has, gone to lons. Englewood to hunt with James i I CCC Camp enrollment for Oc-I Ito I their foresight in planning their

_........ that city. i Kerosene consumption was Wynn, former Clewiston boy. RV-" tober was 44. (each enrollee is required -,r trips. All plans were made and
... ), Miss Lockhart was given an appointment I' corded in ,corresponding re-I Allen's broken arm was the sad end :i ,to send $25 per month to dependents -. tickets purchased in Paris througha
at home, thereby
4"' as welfare worker following Hendry 9,158 gallons. Glades to the trip for him' travel agency. By taking advant-
to local prosperity. contrib-I
uting
[ an examination held in the district 628 gallons Highlands 19,618 R. C. Nowling and L. C. Rosen age of this method of purchasingtravel
: rollment for the state
on
,I offices in Fort Myers last lons, Okeechobee 8,127 gallons, gal-I berg found plenty of quail in Glades tickets, the visitors were giv-
1st was 7,175.)
month. Her work in ,Punta Gorda lier 6,912 gallons and the county ,the second day of the sea- en a '50 per ment reduction in
is her first assignment. i state 3,311,920 gallons. I son, as, did Ed Ward; 'A. O. Ward In October: 104 caseloads were France, a 60 per cent reduction in
, f 1 1J The inspection bureau also reports and Jack Kinsey distributed by Surplus Commodities. Germany and similar reductions In

J Postal Service Urges the sale of 118 tons of fertilizer Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring October old age assistance enroll- other countries. This redaction can
In ton lots to Hendry county ed Mr. and Mrs. Clyde jOln-'j ment was 41, payroll $673.00. only be obtained, however, by buy-

, t Early; Xmas Mailing during October. I Lakeland in Palmdale Blind assistance will begin whena ing the tickets out of the countriesto
I Day and enjoyed bird hunting with plan submitted to the Social Se- be visited and through the agen-
CHEVROLET DEALERS TO HAVE fair luck between the showers. I curity Board is approved, probablysoon. cy. By choosing their own hotels,

j, Pointing out that it is physically SUPPLEMENTARY TRAINING Keathley Bowden joined a party and avoiding the obvious tourist hotels -

impossible for the postal service including W. T. Hull, Grover Hill 58 were employed by WPA in Sep- in most cases, and by using the

to efficiently handle Christmas mail I II Special supplimentary training i[ and Frank Turner of LaBelle, Nate tember with a payroll of $1,525.00. regular table d'hote meals they

within a few days, the postoffice de- schools will be held the week of No- Broking of Sebring and Culp Dot-I found accomodations comfortable,

, I! partment has issued an appeal to all vember 22 throughout nearly 10- tery Washington in a four day food splendid and prices icasonaoie.

i persons to shop and mail early this 000 Chevrolet dealerships in all hunt, deep in the Big Cypress south Dan Allen Injures Americans who complain of the

year, so as to give the postal service parts of the United States, it was west of Immokalee. The party bagged high prices for food served in res-
time to handle and deliver all announced this week by C. W., Wood one deer and five turkey dur-. Arm While Hunting taurants and hotels abroad, in the

Christmas mail before Christmas if manager of the Chevrolet service ing the camp. opinion of Dr. Schiffli, are those

possible. and mechanical department.The who order American cooking, steaks

During the holiday season, the schools are designed to sup W. A. Rice Is New Dan B. Allen and M. D. Bledsoe I I and the like. The food of the coun-
normal volume of mail is increased plement the training received by spent the week-end in Englewood try, which is always excellent and

200 % or more. If this increase is dealers' service and mechanical managers W. U. Manager where they went for a hunting trip plentiful, is reasonably priced.In .
,-. spread over a period of several weeks in the new product schools I ,with James Wynn, formerly of Alsace, Dr. Schiffli was inter-

''I ,..,... it can be handled efficiently and held for several weeks before the Clewiston. The trip ended rather disastrously ested in meeting a number of the
, promptly, but if it is, all crowded. announcement of the new Chevrolet I W. A. Rice of Chlpley, Florida,, for "Uncle Dan" however members of his own family, as his

into the mail channels in the last models for 1938, Mr. Wood explained. was recently' installed as local manager for he injured the ligaments in parents were Alsatians and their
few days before Christmas, it can Every dealer's service men will of the Western Union Telegraph his right arm in a fall on the hunt. I relatives'still reside in that coun-

... only result in some confusion and be schooled, to give full and com- company. Miss Sandy ,Welles It is thought the ligaments .are try. He found several second and
delay. It is asked that all Christ- plete service on the 1928 cars at who 'held the position for several broken, and he is wearing the arm I third cousins residing there.

I mas mail possible be sent at least the conclusion of the training week, months was transferred to her home\in a sling and is unable to. work fora Europeans, as viewed by Dr.
i 10, days before Christmas. '- he said. town, Sanford. few days. (Continued on Page 8 )

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2'6, 1937



News Review of Current Events ,I

THE CHEERFUL CHERUB Our Presidents

My.B early morning- TAX REVISION IS COMINGPresident's :riles Andrew Johnson+<>- spent seven 1',8:

years tailoring before he began '

hours in ted Message Outlines Program Designed to to learn the alphabet.

Are in oLLabotlt During the years 1797-i801,
spoiled thinking Assist Small Business 0 we had a President, John

how. Adams, elected by one party

Its time to cross r. r I11)2d6 (Fed.), and a Vice President,
( Thomas J Jefferson, elected by

the icy. Floor The Law's Injustice. another party (Dem.-Rep.).

the window Andrew Johnson at the ex-
And close
MONICA
CALIF.-
c- SANTA piration of his term as President -
now.we1.. it happened in 'another became a member of the

Gi a country, we'd say, "What curi- senate of the United States.
::::
ous ideas foreigners have of Andrew Jackson introduced
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law enforcement." "rotation in office.

__ Taylor, Pierce and Grant
A footpad with evil record held
an
were soldiers in the Mexican
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up a victim. A bystander saw the
S. ? crime, identified the war.

WNU Service., thief.
The ruffian was
held under indict-
How Lawrence of Arabia ment. But he could

bond.,The AROUND
give spec-
Became One of the ShawsT. tator was "de

tained" as a mate- THE HOUSEWhen

E. Lawrence of Arabian fame rial witness-a gens 'y

dropped in for tea one day at the tle way of saying he

house of the famous dramatist, was locked up, ex- Washing Blankets: Never
Bernard Shaw. One of the ladies actly as though he leave any soap in blankets as this
present glanced at him admiringly. had been the crim ; will'turn them yellow. Allow halfa

He looked very young with his inal. Well, he was Irvin S. Cobb cupful of vinegar to each gallon ii1-.
light hair, delicate complexion, guilty of being poor. cf final rinsing water; this will
and small slender frame. The Six months later came the trial. clear all soap from them.
The defendant having been out all *
lady turned to Mrs. Shaw. "Whatan ,
excellent looking son you Looking as if he had just bitten into a sour, very sour, pickle, NormanH. that time on bail, looked hale and Washing Voile.-Voile frocks

have!" she exclaimed. Lawrence Davis, chief of the American delegation to the nine-power conference in hearty. The prosecution's witnesswas will not shrink if you use a table-

howled with delight when he heard Brussels, is pictured chatting with British foreign minister Anthony Eden produced under guard, pale and spobnful of epsom salts to every
this, and swore that he would (left) and French foreign minister Yvon Delbos (right). The conferencehas sickly from close confinement. It gallon of water when washing

thereafter be known as Shaw. accomplished nothing towards solving the Sino-Japanese tangle.SUMMARIZES didn't help his health any when the them.
crook's attorney browbeat him, sIn
The result was that when he
yelled at him, practically accused Making Vegetable Salads.To .-
soon afterward hid himself in the
him of perjury.The prevent vegetable salads from
British tank corps he enlisted as fV. PLcLvd
Private Shaw. I citizen sued the state for becoming too watery, dry the vegetables -
false imprisonment, for loss of before combining with the
THE WORLD'S WEEK
When Bernard Shaw later
pre- wages, for separation from his family salad dressing.
sented Lawrence with a copy'of Western Newspaper Union:
for all he'd suffered. Under *
his play, "Saint Joan," he wrotea the statutes he had no standing. I Improving Flavor of Bacon.

presentation Inscription in it, Extra Session Opens Here's Wallace's Program They threw his case out. When boiling bacon or any kind of

"From" Public Shaw to Private WITH the evident intention of SECRETARY WALLACE offered a Meanwhile, the convicted crook i salted meat, the flavor will be improved -

Shaw. what it can to aid business program he said would had been released by the parole if six cloves, a dessert-

c.ongresf..began its extraordinary -. "promote security for both farmersand board and was free as a bird. spoonful of lemon juice, a table-

session. Its first business was consumers" in his annual report spoonful of brown sugar, a sprigof

CARDUIIn to listen to a rather to the ,President. To finance it Aquatic Novelties.. mint, and a grating of nutmegare

long messageS he recommended a moderate proc INTERESTING discoveries were added to the water.
this modern time something ifrom Mr. Rooseveltin essing tax on cotton'only. Crop con- waters by government -

wonderfully worth while can be done which the Chief trol when necessary, and, the "ever, ichthyologists. For fear ,
for practically every woman who k Executive committed normal granary" are parts of his the similarly of sound may lead to :
suffers from functional pains of himself to limit plan. wrong impressions, let me state that

menstruation.relieved Certain cases can be ed 'tax law revision These are the six points of the this department has nothing to do clips GREAT
by taking Cardul. Others
may need a physician's treatment. '' for the purpose of program which Wallace said would with Secretary Ickes, although;

Cardui has two widely demon- removing admitted harmonize with the general welfare: since ichthyology pertains to fish,

strated uses: (1) To ease the im- '")' 4 injustices suffered 1. Farmers should have a share in Mme. Secretary Perkins might pos
mediate pain and nervousness of r especially by small the national income to reestablishthe sibly have a contrary view on this TO BE BACKATWORK

the monthly period; and (2) to aid business and non- prewar ratio of the average point. Because they do say there
in building up the whole system by speculative inves- farmer's purchasing'power' to that are moments in the cabinet when
helping women to get more strength President tors. of the non-farmer. all is not sweetness and accord.
from their food.Putting Roosevelt average However the is that Uncle
Mr.Roo s eve 11 2. The people who live on the point I
proposed tax "modifications adequate land must have security of tenure, Sam's piscatorial sharps dredged up .
to encourage productive enterprise either a fish that is most'delectable for six when you've founda
Failure to Use as owners of land or renterson '
," but explained that he a long-time basis. months of the year, but poisonousthe way to ease the
Every failure should be a step to sought primarily to aid at the expense other six months. So at leastthey've of
3. The soil must be used properlyand pains
detection of whatIs
success; every of individual or partnership found a creature emblematic -
conserved for future farmersand
false should direct us toward of the California climate.
undertaking.The
ivhat is true; and every trial President said exercise of future city dwellers. Let this be regarded around hereas RH EUMATISMand

should exhaust some form of error "ordinary prudence" would protectthe 4. Farmers through sound co-op- treason, I will state that I'm as
.Whewell. eratives must come into control.-of
native that
nation against prolonged busi- loyal a stepson as any
ness recession.He those marketing, processing, pur- ever came out of Iowa, having been do it the

reiterated his intention to bal- chasing and service functions which here long enough now to join in "'

Still Coughing? ance the next fiscal year budget, they can manage efficiently. passing resolutions endorsing the inexpensiveway

and demanded that congress find 5. Family sized farms should be scenery and at intervals uttering too.

No matter how many 'medicines and provide new revenue for any favored by federal programs, bene- three loud ringing cheers. for the I
you have tried for your cough, chest added expenditures authorized now. fit,payments and other such aids to sunsets. i

cold get ,relief or bronchial now with irritation Creomulsion.,you can The President asked congress to rural income. Also let'envious Florida refrain I I

Serious trouble may be brewing and provide: 6. Federal and state funds should from gloating. To typify Florida's ,

you cannot afford to take a chance 1. Wages and hours legislation. continue to be spent to promote agricultural climate that fish would be good only bt"You
with any remedy less potent than 2. An "all-weather" crop control research and farm effi. four months of the year and power- I I
Creomulsion, which goes right to ciency. fully hard to put up with the rest '
the seat of the trouble and aids na- program. .
ture to soothe and heal the inflamed 3. Reorganization of executive de -De of the time.
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mucous membranes and to loosen partments. I
and expel the germ-laden phlegm. 4. National planning for better use leaving It Up to Uncle Sam Lecturing Adventures. I
Even if other remedies have failed, ALABAMA is a sect which forbids I
of natural resources.It want
'don't be discouraged, try Creomul- UNLESS congress changes the I can pay as high as you
sion. Your druggist is authorized to appeared certain that a vig- neutrality act, it probable the its converts to laugh, or for remedies claimed to relieve the
refund your money If you are not orous opposition to all or part of nations that signed and adhered to even smile. Now I know who it pain of Rheumatism, Neuritis,
thoroughly satisfied with the bene- this program would arise, but near- the nine-power Pacific treaty will was bought out the house when I Sciatica, etc. But the medicine so
fits obtained from the very first ly everybody seemed in favor of tax take delivered a humorous lecture down many doctors generally approve-
no positive action
of
the used by thousands
bottle. Creomulsion is one wordnottwo there. one
and it has no hyphen in it. law revision. against Japanfor families daily-is Bayer Aspirin
Ask for it plainly, see that the name -*- violating that The other day a chap asked me -15c a dozen tablets-about
on the bottle is Creomulsion, and "Fireside Chat" sJ+ zr pact. The delegatesto why I didn't go back on the lecture If apiece.
you'll get the genuine product and the Brussels platform. I told him I'd appearedin Simply take 2 Bayer Aspirin '
the relief you want. Adv.) CALLING[ on the nation for full co- W' '' with the conference ex-- practically ever sizable town in tablets with a half glass of water.

in the taking of the } ception of Italy vet America, and, though it was years Repeat, if necessary, according to
voluntary census of the unemployed, ago and probably popular indigna- directions.
srvlA6ocNEl&S LARGE SIZE taken by the Post Office depart- ': ed to censure the tion had abated now, still I wasn't Usually this will ease such pain
.20 ment, President Roosevelt in a ; Japanese for making chances-I in a remarkably short time.
waitingfor
taking was
r "fireside chat" by radio said that ;ayi -. war on China, any For quick relief from such pain
some new towns to be built.
and then which exhausts and keeps
adjourned you you
permanent of the unemployment .
cure
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A k to get further instructions awake at night-ask for genuine I
problem lies in finding jobs in Eating Oysters.HERE'S Bayer Aspirin.
from their
'i AA"'O industry and agriculture. Nevertheless N. H. Davis '" a brand-new movement
Brings Blessed Relief he said, it is still the policy of governments.Great called eatoystersinanymonthyouplease
Britain and France -
from aches and pains ofRHEUMATISM the administration that no one shall agreedto :
join in any effort "short of war" movement, or, unlessyou're
starve through lack of governmentlid.
which the United States may decide working on space ratesit,
NEURITIS and LUMBAGO should be made, this meaning may be called E. O. I. A. M. Y. P.
I Try a bottl* .. Why Suffer? He gave assurance that the government M. for short. Its the FOR 12TaeLErs
economic sanctions against Japan. sponsor says
? ""IIIl3lc1-I-I'JI1'"IIcw.il' ; will try to stimulate pri- ,
prejudice against eating oysters in
But the isolationist policy of this
late industry enough to enable it to _
months having an "r" in them is
country would have to be abandoned a
e-absorb the and after the 1
jobless; cent tablet
esults of the tabulated if such sanctions were to be of any fallacy dating back 2,000 years virtually a
census are
,
vTo avail.A when, between hiccoughs, a Roman
'i long-range program will be
senator said: "Oysters should be
aunched. This he said long document was submittedto Peace in the Home
program, "
in
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Get Rid of Acid eaten only certain seasons.
and Poisonous Waste gill apply to employers as well aso the conference by China asking So it appears we've been penaliz- He is happiest, be he king or
workers and in this that the war be ended by the infliction in his
finds
Your was per- peasant, who peace
kidneys help to keep yoa.weD ing ourselves ever since then fof the
by constantly filtering waste matter eived a note of encouragement to of penalties against Japan. The home.-Goethe.
from the blood. If your kidneys get msiness. memorandum gave statistical tables indigestion of a Roman senator,
functionally disordered and fail to although, so far as eating the Cali-
remove excess impurities, there may be The President said prosperity of that showed economic sanctions
poisoning of the whole system and could halt Japan because of that fornia oyster is concerned-he runs
nation's -
i he nation depended national RdfNE .
upon
body-wide distress. around forty to the dozen-I per- ,
Burning, scanty or too frequent urination jurchasing power, and added: dependence on foreign mar M
could refrain
may be a warning of some kidney. kets and foreign sources of supply. sonally for the whole SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
or bladder disturbance. "Our far-sighted industrial lead- without any undue longings.Still 54Axn/OC t.J \
year JARS
persistent You may headache suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness, rs now recognize that a very substantial Norman H. Davis, chief American maybe it's all for the best. LARGE i

getting up nights, swelling, puffiness share of corporate earningsnust delegate, in addressing the con Because during May, June, July and
under played the out.eyes-feel weak nervous ell be paid out in wages, or the ference, was rather conciliatory toward August is when the oyster does prac checks

\ In such cases It is better to rely on a soil from which these industries I Japan, but he said: tically all his courting. There's lit...
medicine that has won country-wide row will soon become I "The question in its final analysis MALARIAin
acclaim than on something less favorably { impov tIe enough romance left in the world
known. Use Doa,,', Pill A multitude rished. Our farmers recognize that is whether international relations -and anyhow, who am I to come 6 6 6 three days

Dean"*of. Ask grateful your neighbor people recommend .heir largest customers are the shall be determined by arbitrary between an oyster and his love-life? COLDSUQUID

workers for wages, and that farm force or by law and respect for in- He doesn't seem, 'to have any too first day

11 markets cannot be maintained ex- ternational treaties. In fact, that much fun the rest of the time. NOSE TABLETS DROPS Headache, 30 minutes.
,
SALVE
cept through widespread purchasingpower. seems to be the greatest issue fac- IRVIN S. COBB.
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Z6&Phil UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL "Quotations" VOtltfl )2QC2Q

iS' FARM -AWe /

[ I do anything want to do
can we the Week- ,
tUf4: SUNDAY Lesson TOPICSINSULATION if Keller.we stick to it' long enough.-Helen L4

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@" Then let laugh. It is the cheapest -.
r The Old Boy Knows It By REV. HAROLD L, LUNDQUIST us The use of apples in our menus
Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof luxury man enjoys.-William helps to keep food costs under con-
When dog rests his muzzleon Chicago. WILLS Matthews.
your Western Newspaper Union. trol.now that apples are in season.
your knee and looks up at you Culture is the first fruit of educa
FUEL Baked Sweet Potatoes With
VE WINTER ; Apples
sidewise, that is one of his innum tion.-Cardinal Hayes.
6 medium sized Va sugar
erable appeals you can't resist. Lesson for ,November 28 This era should be the era of paradise sweet potatoes 4 tbs.cup butter

on earth. 'Mankind has never 4 apples, cored Vs tsp. salt
Good cooks in the home get
Plan Worthwhile in Farmor
a
had the of and peeled V cup water
possibilities' happiness
:, mountains of pra'ise-and that's CHRISTIAN FRUITFULNESSLESSON
f their chief recompense. City Residence.By that it has now.-Harry Elmer Barnes. Slice the sweet potatoes and ap-

TEXT-John 15:1.16. Beauty is the outward and visible ples and arrange in alternate

Experience is profitable, but if GOLDEN TEXT-Herein Is my Father A. Associate Chief. Rural sign of an inward and spiritual layers in a buttered baking dish,
frequently leaves scars. glorified that ye bear much fruit; so shall Architecture W. Foster University of Illinois. 'grace Katharine Cornell. topping each layer with the sugar
Don't mention 'friend's first ye be my disciples.-John 158. WNU Service. and butter. Pour the water and
your PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus' Rule of Love. The expression of beauty is the
hairs unless friend Good insulation in a farm or city salt the last layer. Bake
gray your JUNIOR TOPIC The Loyalty of Love. primary' purpose! of art.- George over
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- home will pay for itself in three Grey Barnard. uncovered in a moderate .oven
does.We What May We Expect to Achieve? winter
With
in saving fuel.
l: do not want any more things YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- years .(350 degrees F.) about 40 minutes.
that are a trouble to look after- How Christians Become Fruitful. sure to come, homemakers will find

t; and a steam yacht. is one of them. insulation wisely chosen and intelli-
,. Thanksgiving day has Just afforded gently used to be worthwhile. It

; Ideals Are Our Rudders each one of us a special opportunity should be placed in every new home .

f' "A rudder," explained the boy to return praise to God for and in all old homes as soon as SEW

I, who knew his boats, "is a stern the fruitfulness of America's broad convenient. HOW..JQ.

necessity." acres. It is appropriate that we Insulation is heat-saving by the

People with short tempers have think today of the Christian life as use of a construction which reducesthe

i! to go through life "being for- manifesting itself in the bearing of leakage of air and retards the

given." fruit. passage of heat through the walls. ir Ruth Wyeth Spears o

Fond mothers scarcely ever Christian work of which we spoke Its value as an insulator is meas-

want their sons to be President. last Sunday may (at least in a measure ured by the resistance it offers to ,

They want them to be what they ) be imitated, but fruit cannot be the, heat traveling through the ma-

are best able to be. imitated. It is the result of life and terial.In .
I.
f up His InspirationWe only those who know the new birth addition to high resistance to

bear the fruit of Christianity.The .
insulating
our'imagi- heat travel, a first-class
prefer, perhaps,
of friend rather chapter before us is a portion material is one that is fireproof,
nary picture our :
of Scripture which has been the -
peculiar
that contains no food for rodents or
than the real one. He, in his affectation -
favorite of God's children in insects that is light in weight and
t tries to live to it. ,
"Protecting", wild up animals all generations. It is at the centerof inexpensive and that does not deteriorate r EA

our Lord's words with his disci- with or moisture.
to them doesn'tseem age
merely slaughter
before his deathon
ples immediately
Insulating material is classed in
to be the ideal ideal.It .
doesn't matter so ,much if a the cross. five groups. They are fills such as !
Many are the expositions of this
very young man loses his heart sawdust; flaked mineral, or torn .

: and his head at the same time. It passage, but a' beautifully simple fibers; flexible, or blanket; rigid,
which to the writer from
one came
is expected of him. or board; porous and reflector G
Dr. W. Graham Scroggie is suggested '
types.
r
as most helpful.
Of the kinds of fill insu-
I. Life and Fruitfulness (w. 1-8). many
HOW LONG CAN A lators, the fibrous, or flake, made
i Life results in fruit and there can
: from mineral or rock will not burn
be no true fruit. where there is no -
nor provide food for pests, insectsor 1
WIFE life. Christ is the vine, the Father -
THREE-QUARTER rodents. This cannot be claimedfor
.
is the keeper of the vine. We
sawdust or hair felt.
who are Christ's are the branches

HOLD HER HUSBAND ? abiding in him, that is, living ourwhole' The better known flexible or blan- r

life in and for him in such ket type of insulation is made by

close union with him that his life as quilting a grass or fiber between

YOU havo to work at marriage the vine brings forth fruit in us as paper sheets. It may be placed in 11" "

make a success of it. Men the branches. That is real Christian walls, between floors and over ceil-
may be selfish, unsympathetic ings where it is protected and out
but that's the they're made living. t f II
and you might way as well realize it. But, alas, tnere are branches that of the way. Board or rigid typesof Silk Shades Give'a Soft Glow -

When your back achos and your seem to belong to the vine but they insulation are made from waste .
is in the
nerves scream don't take it out lack the indispensable evidenceof products such as cane fiber, straw, THERE subtility light
one I
on your husband He can't possibly hearts roots and glows through a silk
cornstalks, stump ,
life which is the normal
know how you feeL bearingof i
shade and decorators
many are
other material. Its adaptability
fruit. These the Father
For three generations one woman must
has told another how to go "smil take; and cast away to be destroyed. makes it one of the leading mate- using them for the- room that
ing through" with Lydia E. Pink- rials used for insulation. needs the softness plaited folds
While read into \
must these
ham's Vegetable; Compound. It we not and the mellowness obtained by
I \
helps Nature tone up the system words more than our Lord intended, Porous insulation is a cast ma- placing 'two tones of fabric one
r" thus lessening the discomforts from let us beware lest we explain away terial, sponge-like in appearance \
J f the functional disorders which their serious import. These are I with the holes or bubbles serving to over the other. -
women must.endure in the three Two of China silk to 1
ordeals of life: 1. Turning from grave words of warning to false professors hold the air and slow the heat move- tones one

girlhood to womanhood. 2. Preparing of Christianity, but they are ment. The reflector type is new be used for a plain lining and

for motherhood. 3. Approaching not spoken to distress and dishearten and not so well known. It consistsof the other for a gathered outside Making lampshades, rugs, otto-

"middle ago." true followers of the Lord Jesus a thin metal or mineral film or covering will make an attractive mans and other useful articlesfor
Don't be a three-quarter wife, shade. Before the the home. Readers wishing a
take LYDIA E. PINKUAM'S Christ. foil with a tough paper backing. The you buy material
VEGETABLE COMPOUND and Fruit in the, Christian is undoubtedly theory is that the heat waves strike it is best to experimentwith copy should send name and ad-

Go "Smiling Through." first of all the fruit of character the bright surface and rebound. samples one over the other dress, enclosing 25 cents, to Mrs.
them both in. and Spears, 210 South Desplaines St.,
trying daylight
but that character is also to Insulation is of value throughoutthe
show in conduct. Note the, I over an artificial light. You will Chicago, Illinois.
Duty in High Places 'progress year in keeping a house warm
He who performs his duty in a "fruit" (v. 2), "more fruit" (v. 2), in winter and cool and comfort' also need a roll of. silk binding

station of great power must needs "much fruit" (v. 5)). In order to able in hot weather. tape matching the top color of the
shade. This tape is to wrap the Don't Neglect
incur the utter enmity of bear more fruit there is need of
many
of pruning and cleansing (w. 2, 3). Calciumto wire frame. And fancy braid either -
and the high displeasures more. Layers Require
Pleasant? Not always, but always in gold, silver or a harmonizing Your Child's ColdDon't

-Atterbury. profitable. Let us thank God for Keep Up ProductionThe tone of silk.is used to bind the I

even the pruning knife when its workis South' Dakota Agricultural top and bottom of the shade. Use let chest colds or croupy j
cotton thread to match the out- Rub Children's
coughs untreated.
needed. I go
station the
Pi Good Laxative Experiment reports re-
silk. throat and chestat
Do : side tone of the Musterole on child's
not miss the
prayer promise sults of five years' experimentalwork once. This milder form of regular
'. The bad feelings and dullness In verse 7. It is an unlimited prom- in comparing several sourcesof Slip the binding tape off the rolland Musterole penetrates, warms, and

often attending constipation take ise with a closely limited condition.Let calcium for laying hens. Partof wrap a rubber band'around stimulates local circulation. Floods

the joy out of life. Try a dose of us meet the condition and claim their conclusions from this work it as shown here at A. Working the bronchial tubes with its soothing,

I : Black-Di: aught' at the first sign, of the promise.II. are as follows: from the inside end of, the tape relieving vapors.Musterole brings relief -

constipation and'see how much bet- Love and Friendship (vv. 9-16). Over a five year experimental pe- wrap the frame as shown at B. naturally because it's a"counterirritant" -
Recom-
ter it is to check the trouble beforeit "This is my commandment that riod, no significant difference was The outside layer of silk is"put on mended by-NOT justasalve.doctors and nurses. ,

gets a hold on you. Black- ye love one another." In verse 10 we found in favor of any of the sup- next. ,This is gathered both top Three strengths many:Regular, Children's '

Draught is purely vegetable and is read that to abide in the love of plements used, namely oyster shell, and bottom and pinned the wire (mild), and Extra Strong.

I so prompt and reliable. Get refreshing Christ we must keep his command;: clam shell, chalkstone, Black Hills covering as at C and D so that it

relief from constipation by ments and now we learn that it is limestone, dolomitic limestone, is stretched quite tight. Joiningsin

taking purely vegetable his command that we love one an- when results were judged by egg the outside covering need not Anger Is Like Rain

other. We are not to await the production, egg weight and egg be sewed but may be hidden under Anger is like rain which breaks

YiiThIfff impulse prompted by the beauty or breaking strength.A the folds. This material is itself whereupon it falls.-eneca.

2 kindness sewed in place as at E.
or propinquity of someone,
lack of calcium fed as a sup-
' but we are to love ones\ another. plement to the ordinary complete Next, cut a straight strip for the

Faith and Logic Many a Christian who has obeyedthe ration, either all-mash or mash and lining and fit it around the out

\! Faith is as much a normal function commandments against steal- grain, markedly decreases egg pro- side of the frame as shown hereat

I: of the human mind as is ing, adultery, and blasphemy has duction and causes a loss of egg F. Trim the joining allowing a ConstipatedlDon't

;t logic.-William W. Keen. never noticed that he is commandedto shell strength. Added calcium is seam as shown at G. Sew to the

love. absolutely necessary for maximumegg frame at the bottom as at H. Trim

"2-DRQP" TREATMENT The joy of Christ was fulfilled on production. Added calcareous quite close at the bottom. Let Gas,

the eve of Calvary by the love of his materials can stimulate the calcium Turn lining to inside as at I.

I FOR HEAD COLD RELIEF disciples for one another and for secreting part of the oviduct in 24 Slip stitch the joining. Turnin Nerve Pressure

?t Just put 2 drops of Penetro Nose him. He rejoices today when we hours after feeding, when such ma- raw edges at top and whip YouMiserable

I'' Drops in each nostril and get relief love the brethren and love him, for terials had been previously denied around top of frame. Pin the Keep

from the discomfort of miserable thus we enter upon the beautiful the hens. 'binding around and then sew it
II'
: head colds and sinus congestion. relationship of friends.Dr. with stitches buried in the meshof

'. Penetro Nose Drops contain ephedrine Scroggie says, "We may be Chickens Sent to JapanOne the braid.
::1 I, (opening-up action) and other God's children without being his When you are constipated two things hap
Homemaker should havea
}t'' "balanced medication." They help friends the is based of the most valuable ship- Every pen. FIRST: Wastes swell up the bowel and
his
; one on gift Theonerve
book in the tract.
of Mrs. digestive
Spears' new press on nerves
shrink swollen membranes ments of breeding stock ever exported copy
: to ,
of life to us; the other, upon our offering pressure causes headaches, a dull lacy
I!: soothe the inflamed area, make of love for from the United States was a SEWING. Forty-eight pages of feeling, bilious spells,loss of appetite and dieaincss. -
breathing easier. 25c, 50c, $1 bottles him. Are you a step-by-step directions for making SECOND:Partly' digested food starts
which
of 65 chickens
flock pedigreed
I,i friend of God? You cannot have to decay forming GAS. bringing on sour
'' at druggists. Convenient purse size, were sent to Japan the past sum- slipcovers and dressing tables; stomach (add indigestion), and heartburn,
t: lOc. Demand Penetro Nose Drops. I God and the world for friends at restoring and upholstering chairs, bloating you up until you sometimes gasp for

the same time. The friendship of mer. couches; making curtains for every breath.Then you spend many miserable days. You
rl the world is enmity with God. The can't eat. You can't sleep. Your stomach lasour.
WNU-7 47-37 type of room and purpose. You feel tired out, grouchy and miser
world hates Christ, and thereforewill
Old BreedThe -
Japanese Silky, able.
[! not love you if you are like To get the complete relief you seek you
: MAGIC CARPE'It him." Japanese silky is one of the must do TWO things. 1. You must relieve
the GAS. 2. You must clear the bowels and
But, oh! the sweet intimacy of very old breeds. As the name would Advertising Reduced CostA GET THAT PRESSURE OFF THE
doesn't matter what yours thinking of buying indicate, it originated in Japan, but NERVES. As soon as offending wastes are
-a bar pin or a baby grand a new suit fellowship, with him. Read verses third of a century ago the i washed out yoU feel marvelously refreshed,
". I' I {orJuniororasetofdining.roomfurniturethe 14 to 16. Chosen and appointed by is said to have been raised in China price of the cheapest automobilewas blues vanish, the world looks bright Again.
best place to start your shopping tour is during the very early days of poul- There is only one product on the market
- I ia an easy.chair, with aa opea newspaper. him, for "he first loved us," we are about $5,000. Today a much that gives you the DOUBLE ACTION ;you'
The turn of a page will carry you as swiftly not kept in the distant position of try history. The breed is used prin- better car can be bought for need. It is ADLERIKA. This efficient GASat car-
relieves that awful
cathartio
the ,of the Arabian Nights for exhibition minative
r as magic cipally purposes
from one end of carpet the shopping district to the servants but are brought into his around $700. Advertising created onco. It often removes bowel congestion in
though the hens are finding a placeon half hour. No waiting for overnight relief.Adlcnka .
other. You can ref on modern tdvertuior circle of friends with whom he demand demand created mass an
i acts on the stomach and both bowels.
as a guide to good values can farms. They are exceed-
you compartprices
shares the glorious secrets of game with times the Ordinary luaU vs act on the lower bowel only.Adlcnka .
and stylesfabrics and f finishes,just as and production, many
ingly good for incubating quail has been recommended by many
though you were standing in a store. his Father, and our Father. It is r-umber of jobs, and mass pro- doctors and druggists for 35 years No griping
Make a habit of reading the advertisements thing to be pheasant eggs and are outstandingin after effects. Just QUICK results.
great
a a Christian, a duction improved the quality and no
id this paper week. They can save
every you their ability to care for these Try Adlerika today. You'll soy you hav.
time,energy and money. friend of the Saviour. reduced the price. never used such an efficient intestinal cleanser.
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News other localities tie variation was nightfall, 'To this day's work I have glorious coastline, her countless L. B. MershonAGENT ,
Clewiston
The negligible. i I given the best that was In me'." beautiful lakes and many scenic riv-

Winds were kind to Everglades "0"Lord, we most of all give ers, should employ this practical

Published every Friday in Clewiston, farmers and kept away the damag- thanks that this Thy world is incomplete means of making the youth of the New York Life
:
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS ing frost. -That battle calls our mar- state conscious of this great natural

Inc. shaled ranks and work awaits our advantage and encourage them to Insurance Company
take an active interest in the further
Our Idea of the appearance of the hands and feet.-The Progressive "
KEATII.I nO"'DEX, Editor development of this God-given re ARCADIA, FLORIDA
Big Cypress presented on the open- Farmer. source. -1

ing of hunting season was pretty The plan has limitless possibilitiesand .
second class mail matter VALUABLE YACHT TRADE
Entered as well expressed by a cartoon in a
February 3, 1927 at the Post Office in would serve to advertise, as !
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Tampa daily. One hunter was peek- nothing else could, the advantages .
March 3, 1897.Siultscripllon. ing from behind a tree and callingto The announcement that President "
Florida offers the yachtsman and I
another hunter, "How's the game Roosevelt has approved the $63,500 waterway enthusiast. The success- CHANGE"REHT RECEIPT
Year.AdicrtNingr ?" while ''guns were project for improving Marjorie
Ittitc $2.00 Per over your way
ful staging of such a contest would
Hales On Application. banging all around. There must Park Yacht Basin on Davis Islands .fcta
undoubtedly lead other states to
have been as many hunters as deer I pleases Tampans who ealize the necessity -. similar
sponsor events and in time
of Tampa offering first-class adIII
Devoted to the advancement and wel- down, there. perhaps a National Orange Box:
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. I facilities to pleasure craft which Derby would result.
will surely use the West Coast wat-
Amy Cason, who columnists the: Florida has long overlooked a
: that are now being openedup.
KEEPING THE CITY News at Sebring: .wrote of her boss, erways. real opportunity in not pushing

Nate Broking last week: "Heaven harder than she has the improve-
help a columnist on a night like i Construction of the new "down- ment and development of her wat- t
The slogan HBui ting the City ofClewiston" I I I I IR
this. The editor is in again, and town',: basin between the Platt street erways. Yachtsmen will seek Florida

is morertKan a slogan. this time he's raving about the, car and Davis Islands bridge is now I waters when we bring to their attention -

It's a reality. Clewiston is building he has acquired to go hunting in. underway and the replacement of the opportunities this state 9DGETPLA9

so rapidly that its residents become It seems it will go through wateror the rotting bulkheads at Marjorie affords. The completion of the cross-

accustomed to the construction ac- what-not. There seems to be I Park 'with the steel plates used in state canal and the connecting of a

tivities that are unusual in most lo- three times in a man's life when h'3'snot the construction of' the seawall will few important links would make

calities. normal: when he's contemplating more than double yacht facilities! this state a yachtsman's paradise,

Residents, however, need to he marriage; when he's becoming a here and cost the city comparativelylittle and would bring millions in new It is as simple. as it sounds,
prodded occasionally in order, that and when he's planning a in cash. too. All you need is a modest
parent business to every section of the down payment.Then the bal-
they may: not forget their own duties camping trip." Right, entirely right, Plans for expanding and advertising sstate. ance,is spread over a period,

as residents of a growing com- Amy. And I who have suffered with Florida waterways were discussed The proposed "orange box" derbyis repayable monthly just like

munity. the same man through all three epi- at the 3 th iannual conventionof a step in the right direction. Ev- rent. No worry, no bother- :

The particular idea in our mind sodes can well testify. A man is the Atlantic Deeper Waterways ery Florida community should ,Cooperate : and show you for have something to I .

today is that of animals. The keep- married ,(to the same woman at association held recently: on boarda in the plan and encourage your money.
Whether income is smallor
ing of cows, chickens and other an- least) ordinarily only once. Becom- steamer in Chesapeake Bay. Res- the' youth of their community to large,your you can find the

imals, fowls, pets or what-have-you, ing a parent isn't an every day affair olutions urging early ,deepening of :enter these contests. Chambers of exact home for the amount

in the city limits should be consid- but hunting season comes No- the cross-state canal from Stuart to commerce and civic clubs can help you can afford monthly. If

ered a privilege by the owner. Priv- vember 20th every calendar year Fort Myers were adopted. by informing themselves, on the you want to build, use our

ileges to remain in force should not This waterway, on which boats as :plan arid sponsoring local entries. Home Service Owners'for ideas-without Consultation

be ,abused. Bill Perry's avoridupois is dimin- large as the 90-foot yacht "Palla- Let's unite in a state-wide effortto obligation. Learn now how

Your chickens should not dig up ishing. Is,, it the burden of the on- din", owned by A. B. Modine of Bos- cash in on one of the greatest as- easily you can own your homeat

:your neighbors garden; your pets coming year as Kiwanis president; ton, are already making passages :sets our state possesses-our wat- present favorable! prices.

should not become neighborhood the excitement of the new home, or through the Everglades and Lake i erways.

nusiances. And above all, your cows the exercise of those informal danc- Okeechobee, leads, of course, to the
'
should be securely staked so that ing exhibitions? proposed West Coast waterway

it will be impossible for them to ---- route which 'engineers are now surveying J. M. COUSE I Clewiston Federal

reach either a privately owned And this a good time-killer as from Fort Myers to Tampa

garden or shrubs, or any of the one wants for the day after Thanks- and above. Counselor and Attorney at Law Savings and Loan

city's planting. It must be particu- giving. *We killed enough time to When this waterway and Tampa's

larly discouraging to city officials, I try it, and it really works: yacht basin are completed, the city Hopkins Building Association'illy

who would like to to will have advertise its mod Wednesdays and
permit owners Multiply your age by 2 and add only to Saturdajs

keep animals in the city, to see sev- 5 to the result. Then multiply by ern facilities and the pleasures of 9:80 to 4:00 J f': "
eral of the rather slow-growing but 50. Add the change in your pocket, boating in the bay in order- to attract I "'-'=

pretty fish-tail palms on the street if less than a dollar. a large, share of the valuable I ,

near the school destroyed by ant- Subtract the number of days in small craft trade which has

mals. this year, 365. Then add 115 for coming to Florida in increasing vol-I I

Abuse of a privilege can only result good measure. ume now for the last several years.
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in the withdrawal of the priv The two left hand figures will -Tampa Times.4PunQFirduia .

ilege. There are not many cows in show your age, and the two right:

Clewiston, and there are plenty of hand figures, the change in your 'I' DnEgga2m ii n W"

vacant lots on which they may graze pocket.If Y II

without disturbing anyone or creat- I: Too Late To Classify I i

nusiance. should
ing
any Owners
you've! a friend or son in the
take care to see that their animalsare army or CCC you'll be tremendously By tRiissell KaytBBBBBEBBBHBBBHBHBlBnCTBBCEgE
such lots and
grazing only on ,
interested in this Menu for
not on shrubbery intended as part
Thanksgiving Dinner of Company"G"
.J of the I
city's landscaping plans.
22nd Infantry, Ft. McPherson, I ,
+ While other states may brag of JCJC ClLIU UC ; vSy {v S'
Ga. 'Tis said similar menus are
.' THE WHITE HERON their "soap box" derbies, if the Flor-
all
prepared for enlisted in the Gs11
ida Waterways Congress has its way,
I fourth division: Oyster stew stuffed
Scarcely had the ink dried on our Florida may establish a, name for
: olives, celery, crackerettes, sweet
Rambling column last week in herself as the home of the "orange
i mixed pickles, roast young turkey,
which we bemoaned the practice of : box" derby.
cranberry sauce, roast pork, giblet
a group of lads shooting at the : The novel idea, hatched in the fertile -
gravy, mashed potatoes, candied
white heron that range in the city brain of Walter F. Coachman,
sweet potatoes, creamed peas, cream-
limits, when we, discovered' some- jr. \ chairman of the Congress, is designed -
ed corn, lettuce, tomatoes, parker-:
where on the shores of Lake Okee- to educate boys and girls of
house rolls, bread, butter, apple pie,
chobee/ is a group of what has been Florida as to the value and use of
cocoanut cake, chocolate cake, ,apples -
considered a very rare bird. The the state's enviable waterways sys-
oranges, bananas, mixed nuts,
glossy ibis, approximately 1400 pairsof .
assorted candies, drip coffee, sugar, tem.A ) ?
them, live in this region and a few years ago someone conceived '"
milk, cigars, 'cigarettes. Do you sup-
color film of them in their, natural ,the ,bright idea 'of staging a so-
pose some wise recruit will look
habitat created something of a furore called "soap box" derby, and prizes
around and say "I don't see the
at the annual meeting of the were offered kids who designed 'and
syrup?
American Ornithologists union held built the most unique and speediest .

in Charleston, South Carolina last iome-mad3 coasters constructed as I
Americana of the first degree:
week.It miniature motor cars. .
Earl BeaUl' ,guard, young Chippewa
that to this discovery The idea and in
caught
seems prior lost on, no
Indian, was 20 hours in the u
the finding of half dozen time "soap box" derbies were being I
a glossy ;
wilds of the Bad River Indian Reservation ] AEL
Ibis was considered rare. Ornith- in Wisconsin. Did he look staged all over the country and the .
ologists thought the specie was be- winning kids won trips to the National -
for the rfiossy side of the trees to
coming extinct. I Soap Box Derby, an event of
tell the direction by the stars, send
The ibis then is of such importance that sports'editors
glossy one
up smoke signals or rely on the Red
the unique attractions of the Lake I IMan's wood lore to get his bearings? of great, press services 'assigned their ClewistonOne

Okeechobee region. best men to cover it, newsreel com-
He did not. He merely looked for
The white heron vied with each for favorable
ordinary may the (White Man's power line and panies other -
not be so rare, but it is a product followed it into the village. shots, and both great broad- .'

only' of the semi-tropics, and as casting chains cleared all channelsto Night '

such ,should be considered one of THE FARMER'S THANKSGIVING put the event, on coast-to-coast

the attractions of Clewiston. We hookups.Last .

sincerely hope that the group will "0 Lord, we thank Thee that : summer in Ohio it was my Tuesday Nov. 30

increase in number and that every Thou has not only placed us in a I privilege to witness the event andI ,

effort will be made to encourage the fair and fruitful land but in one we i was truly' amazed at the interest

';, : birds feeding and ranging in Clew- may make still fairer and more: and enthusiasm it created, not only

'. iston. fruitful. Not'to live in idleness diddt' among the kids but with thousandsof Located Circus Grounds

,.
' Thou place our first parents in Ed-' spectators. Rivalry was keen,
Near Hall
;'. IN:N:..:ti N:..:..:N:..:N:H...:..:N.YY:N:N.NON. .N:N:N:YYN. .N.. en's Garden; rather they were com- states and cities sent delegations to City

V.' manded to 'dress and keep it.' And boost and encourage their entries.

;;' a RAMBLINGS. through all the ages since, this first Dignitaries of national reputation 2,500 Seats50f People 2,500 Seats
commandment of Thine 'to and
great greeted feted the winners; man-
Beautiful New Tent Theatre
. .. dress and keep' the earth, to conserve ufacturers showered them with prizes Water-proof
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it and make it still more beau and awards; newshawks and cam-

We never wear out any of cur tiful-has been the duty of all who era men swarmed over them in Most Beautifully Costumed Show Under

a. winter clothes in Florida, but every use it. For all neglect:of this duty in droves. -

once in a while Mother Nature the past, forgive us; for the privil- Under the plan of the Waterways .-THE ZEGFIELD OF THE

or the Weather Man or someone ege of doing better in the future, we Congress, desirable prizes will be TENT SHOW WORLD

springs a cold snap on us that makesus 'thank Thee. offered boys and girls of Florida

wish we had the winter outfit "For all the treasures of friend- who build miniature yachts, cruisersor

' of a plain Yankee. But by the time ship we thank Thee and for all our other water craft at a certain Doors open 7 P. M., Orchestra 7:30 P. M.

we think maybe we'll invest in a few I wealth of opportunities to make Thy minimum cost and enter them in
Show Starts 8 o'clock
more wooly garments, the snap is I earth and Thy children more worthyof competition at regattas to be stagedat

over and we're giving Old Man Winter Thee. We thank Thee that the various points in the state.

f' the merry ha-ha. humblest man may store his mind Counties, communities and sec- POPULAR PRICES -
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It's remarkable how close the U. with the kingliest treasures of I tions will be urged to enter contestants -

S. Weather Bureau can predict tem- knowledge and beauty; that the and stage local elimination con- Adults : 25c Children: 15c

peratures-sometimes. This past poorest man may become rich in tests-winners to be sent to a state Come Early Bring The FamilyIf

:" week-end, however, they were practically honor, character, and conduct; that I contest at a later date. .

perfect. Several localities reported to every undeipiivilegied; man no' Unrivaled waterways are one of Cold Weather Tent Will Be Heated

' the exact temperature predicted less than to< kings on their thrones the state's greatest assets and it i is

by the bureau and in all may come the pride of "saying at fitting indeed, that Florida, with her

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( .i MNwN: ...HNN NNNNN NNNNN NNNNNNN. i Dr. E. P. Hawkins, who is Stone,. Renee Wethington, Elsie Kim Kolstad, Mary Katheryn Dyess, turkey cock, ana the ciacldn of the ,

f; spending the winter in Miami, Lammons, Katie Mae Arnette, Alma David Golden, Jeannette Golden, guineys, and the cluckin' of the '.,i
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;. i i Personal Mention | was a visitor here Wednesday. Dr. Anglin, Mary Bell Warren, Bernice Dude Smith, Ruby Ricks, Clifford hens, and the roosters hallylooyearas c

"X x Hawkins, whose home is In Minnesota O'Neal and Charles Garner, Don Beatty. he tip-toes on the fence. 0 it's '
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"'" :. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan spent Bare Beach section. Windham Bob Harris, Tom Akins, Spelling honor roll: Marion De- his best. With the risin' sun to greet

l 4 v A Sunday in Sebring. Louis Shuck, Bill Lockhart, Jack Lozier, Ruth Emrich, 'Mary Ruth him from a night of peaceful rest, ,, }

r Among the school teachers who Wynn, Foy Lolly, Harold Adams and Johnson, Mary Louise Thomas, Mary as he leaves the house, bare-headed,' '

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston and are enjoying the holiday weekendat Jerry Cato. Ella Geiger, Grace Ward, Jo Ann and goes out to feed the stock. When

daughter Martha Nell spent their homes are Miss Mae Whit- I Crouch, -Janice Norton, Patricia the frost is on the pumpkin and
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Thanksgiving in Miami. ten, who is in Sarasota, Miss Livonia MRS. LESLIE C. :MILLER i I Bailey, Harriett' Alston, Nancy the fodder's ,in the shock.

Congdon in Alva and Miss Lucille ENTERTAINS CLUB TUESDAY Wright, Charles Benbow, Ben Bolt- -James Witcomb Riley.

Hampton In LaBelle. on, William McCracken, Glen Stew-
Mr. and Mrs. J. Grady Niblack vis-
Mrs Leslie C. Miller was hostessto art, Louise Prewitt.
ited in Bartow over Thanksgiving
Day. James W. Beardsley of Gaines- members of her bridge club Tues Fourth grade news- FOR SALE.-Kelvinator, 5 1-2 ft.

ville is spending the week-end herewith day afternoon at her home on the Spelling honor roll: James Smith. box for sale. Pretty old, but looks

Andrew his parents, Mr. and Mrs government reservation. Mrs. G. B. David Belcher, Wilton Stewart, I good, runs fair. Worth $40, asked. ,
Miss Jewell Russell
James E. Beardsley. He was accompanied Thomas was. awarded an artistic James Ricks, Joan Walker, Billy I Inspect at my office. Jj E. Beardsley.
Wilson
were
and Parker
Beery
visitors in Miami. on the trip from the Univer- placque of novelty shells as high Prewitt, Noley Geiger, James Cool-
Thanksgiving sity by Adrian Daane, who is his score prize; Mrs. T. B. Shelley received ey, Wanda Schelfner, Nora Ogles-
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guest and by G. W. Byrd, jr., and a set of woven hot dish matsas by, Mayme Johnson, Jean Angus, >
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barton of Lake Coleman, who are visiting consolation prize. Mrs. J. W.' Esther Brewer, Doris Simmons. I

Lakeland were guests ThanksgivingDay their parents, in Pahokee. Ezelle received a lovely sandwich Fifth grade news-- ZzHtFLORIDA:
of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring. tray as cut prize.A Nicky Schiffli returned from

Miss Mae Lily Stone was a visitor salad course was': served by the Ohio Saturday and is now back in

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were in West 'Palm Beach Monday hostess to Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Shel- school with our class. We are gladto h

Saturday visitors in West Palm spent a few days the latter part of ley, Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. M. E. Yena- have him with us again.

Beach. spent a fe wdays the 'latter part of wine, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. I. M. The following members of our

--- the week visiting friends here. Mr. Pafford and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. grade ,made 100% in spelling last

: Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and and Mrs. Sam Heath came over week: Henry Chapman, Lawrence "W Wm

: son, Joe, left Tuesday for a. visit of from LaBelle Saturday for him and MRS. A. O. WARD HOSTESS Smith, Martin -Waldron. Edward

i several days in Stuart. he is visiting there before returningto AT BENEFIT PARTY FRIDAY Creel, Betty Jean McDuffie, Parmel-

Fort Meade. ia Bourne. Marilvn Davis,. Sue:: Von. -.. &Q l i ':

j y, .'-. Mr. ,and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer Mrs. A. O. Ward was hostess to I Mach, Christine Redish." ;.

: er of Miami spent the week-end vis- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier hadas two tables of bridge players Friday Sixth grade news- :;f fW

: iting friends here. their guests on Thanksgiving Day, afternoon, entertaining for the ben-II I6th' The following members of the .

Mr. Lanier's father, R. H. Lanier, efit fund of the Ladies Aid Society. grade 'made 100% in spellinglast '

: Miss Ulla Jacobsen and Jones of Wilmington, North Carolina, and High score prize was won by Mrs. week: Eric Belcher, Philip Mc- (tit &l [tj1

I Bryan spent Friday in West Palm other relatives including Miss Jes- Joe Cato and low prize by Mrs. A. Leod, Evelyn Corbett, Inez Haven ,

i S Beach. ,' sie Lanier of Wilmington, and Misses W. Lawrence. Betty Jane Perez, Inez Stewart,

Helen Andrews and Dorothy La- Playing were Mrs. K. C. Woodward Marianne Jones. I
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]Mr.and Mrs. W. Dean King en- nier and Owen Q. Lanier of Chin- Mrs. Cato, Mrs. B. E. Herring,

joyed Thanksgiving Day in West quadin North Carolina. The vIsit- Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. Aubrey Thank'gjving I / t.V .

i Palm Beach. ors left for a trip through Tampa, Wells, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Three hundred and seventeen I .
,
i --- St. Petersburg, and Central Florida Gratton George and' Mrs. A. W. years ago on Nov. 1, 1620, the first
; Richard Bestor, of the Universityof before returning to North Carolina. Lawrence. Thanksgiving Day was celebrated by Stop at the

Florida) is spending the week- people, thankful and grateful that
end here with his parents, Mr. and Among those who attended the their lives had been spared througha flotelpottieia

Mrs. H. A. Bestor.Mr. homecoming festivities at the Uni- .:N:N M N:N:..NW:N:N N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:NIN:N:N:N:N:N. hard year and that they had some-

------ versity of Florida in Gainesville last thing to eat.
and Mrs. Keathley Bowden week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Horace SCHOOL: NEWS I Our whole manner of living has 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll

and sons, Kay and Paul, were guestsof I A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, changed since that time, when the

relatives in Okeechobee Thanksgiving Miss Livonia Congdon, Mr. and Bernice O'Neal ---..............:.--. Edito II Pilgrims offered their prayers of Outside Rooms With

S Day. .Mrs.: W. M. McCracken, Andrew Billie Hooker ............ Ass't Editor thanksgiving but thankful heartsare Private Bath

Beery and Parker Wilson. The Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor still feeling the spirit of that .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner .were homecoming was a record-breaker, first Thanksgiving Day COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

guests Thanksgiving Day of' Mrs. both in the number attending and .:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:-:. Thanksgiving to young hearts

Turner's parents, Sheriff and Mrs. in the programs presented over the might mean: Oteilookiiig Biscayne Bay
First grade '
H. L. Delaney in LaBelle.Mr. two day celebration. ne-"s- When the frost Is on the pumpkinand
Reading honor roll: Marjorie Mc- Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
the fodder's in the shock, and
Cracken, Jack Martinez, Junior Martinez Business Section.
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and FULLWOOD-DARVILLE you hear the gobble of the struttin'
Oliver Martinez.
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail spent I
Lena May Johnson spent the holiday RATES
Thanksgiving afternoon in Fort :My- James M. Fullwood of Clewistonand \
with her aunt near Clewiston.
ers. Miss Mary Darville, of ,West NORGE REFRIGERATORS
Norwood Norton will visit Fort
$1.50 Single
Palm Beach were married Saturday
Myers Sunday. Furniture and Home Furnishing
Sandy Bell and Leroy Hare attended evening at 7 o'clock in a quiet cer- I
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June Collier will in Double
spend Sunday PHILCO RADIOS $2.50
i, 4. the, Pahokee-Lake Worth emony at the home of T. M. Rick- Canal .
Point with friends.
1 ', foot ball in Lake Worth Wednesday ards on Tuxedo, Lane, West Palm
game Donald Pratt will motor over to Household Special Family, Weekly &
attended FurnishingsInc.
evening. Beach. The couple was by
i Moore Haven Sunday.We Rates
Mrs. Milton Pinder, matron of hon Monthly
are to report that Mildred
sorry .
returned to or, and Sam Darville as best man.
Carolyn.McDonald. Marotti and Beatrice Cochran S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
her home in Belle Glade this morn- Other attendants included Mr. and are absent due to Illness. I BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA l II ,
I after Runnelle ,McGehee Mrs. Harold E. Kirk: Mrs. A. C.
ing visiting The first grade, under the direction -

1 for Thanksgiving Day. Deal The and bride Milton wore Pinder.a white satin of Miss Watson, presented aI I _'....,.,.,....,M'o'L ..: .. C. "" = "' TJ.. ; ... U: :& ,;o. I
in the school
Thanksgiving
program I
made lines with
on princess
gown
Mrs. Harold Spikes returned this auditorium at 10:30: Wednesday

week from a visit with Mr. and long sleeves and draped ,neckline. morning. We were glad to have many An From Letter Received
veil of Excerpt
Mrs. J. W. Baker in Jackson, Mis Her shoulder length was cap parents attend. a

, sissippi.Mr. shaped tulle with coronet of or- Second grade news- I
Her bouquetwas
ange blossoms. arm
Edward of white chrysanthemums with The second grade is enjoying I This Week: .t-,-" "t. .
and Mrs. F. Bryantof studying Indians this week and is \ ..
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sprays'of orange blossom. The ma- : ;.; > S ..;
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Palm Beach were guests Thanks- '
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for Indian
giving day of their son-in-law and tron of honor also wore white sat- making Jeannette plans Golden an and Kim village.Kol-] ;::. '::.:'J,;' Deane in on draped lines, a large picturehat
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F.
tad were absent Tuesday on account '
Duff. and a shoulder. corsage of Kil- of illness. Palo Alto, Cal..,;
larney roses.Following
We are glad to have Carolyn Robinson -
Mrs; G. B. Thomas and daughter, the wedding ceremony and Dicky Schiffli enrolled Nov: 14, 1937. '
home
held at
reception the
was
a
Mary Louise, left Wednesday after- I with us.Spelling.
'of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
noon to spend the. Thanksgiving honor roll: Iris Ivey, Mr. J. E. Beardsley .
Lawrence Darville, In, the Riveria ,
week-end with Mr. Thomas and oth-
Carolyn Robinson, Lillian Golden,
section. Attending the receptionwere
) er relatives in Safety Harbor.
: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dar- Clewiston, Fla. .

yule, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fos, Mr. ..A.........................................................,................................... a
Mrs. Aubrey !Wells left Sundayfor '
visit and Mrs. John Moree, Mr. and Mrs. .. If you wish, you may list this property -
a with relatives in Cordele, I {
I Milton Pinder, Mr. and Mrs. George \
Georgia. She was accompanied to
West Palm Beach, by Mr. Wells and Bewick, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dar- Good FarmLand to net me 50.00 per acre, the same:
fl ville, ''Ralph Darville, Cleveland
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Woodward.
I Knowles, Mrs. Charles Tedder, Mrs.
ii'Ii as the 5 acres you recently sold for me. -
< ?:' I Walter Key, Mrs. A. C. Deal, Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lyles and
George Deal, Mrs. Charles Darville,
Ii: Henry Lyles left Monday for Wig- Thanking you for the manner in which j
Melvin Darville, Burley Pinder, Le-
: :. gins, Mississippi, where they were I
' : called by the sudden death of their land Moree, Mr. and Mrs. Harold for Rent handled the other deal and wishing ,
I, .' father. Kirk, Mrs. Alma Killson, Miss Jean-. you ,

I''. nine Kirk, Mrs. Walter Key, Miss S ,

:t,,! Coburn Moore, Ed Clark and Ida Mae Darville, Miss Muriel and you success, I am, ," .

\' ;a S Bob Patterson, all Freshmen students Miss Llllie Darville, Miss Aleasc

t H; :- at the University of Florida, Knowles, Miss Lavorne Graw, Miss Very truly yours, '

:'::1 (;: arrived from Gainesville Wednesday Eleanora Deal, Miss Eunice Key,

I : to spend Thanksgiving week-end Miss Etoile Pinder, Miss Shirley S W. R. Bonham.I

ill I .' at their homes here. Moree, Miss Edna, Miss Wilma and Trespassers .:y \..' '

if Miss Corinne Pinder, Miss Loraine .LWill ". 'l ,

I t Mrs. Joe Cato and Jerry Cato Deal, Harold Moree, Earl Darville Be

,,: drove to Nocatee Tuesday, and returned Eugene Moree and Artemis Darville. satisfactory
have this
Purchasers same -
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j: Wednesday with little Betty Mrs. Fulwood is the attractive : ProsecutedClewiston may
: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence I
i Sue Cato, who has been spend-
, ,! .. ing a week with her grandparents, Darville of Riveria. Mr. Fullwood, service. Appointment at your own

Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Smith. whose home is in Southport, North
Carolina, is connected with the U. I convenience by phoning 366.

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver M. Sclple of S. Engineers here. The young couple

: Fort Myers were week-end guestsof I are residing at present in the homeof

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Frierson at Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham on

i their home on' the Moore Haven I the government reservation.

! road. Mrs. Sciple is a sister of Mr.
:.,.: BEARDSLEYREAL
And
Frierson.Mr. > RAMBLERS CLUB ENJOYS Realty JIM

i .-,-"'- WEINER ROAST MONDAYMiss

and Mrs. Leslie C. Miller have DevelopluentCorporation S
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; as their guests for Thanksgiving Clarice Lammons entertained ESTATE '

week-end Mr. Miller's brother and the Ramblers Club with a wein-

Y sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. i il. er roast Monday evening. The party I Hopkins Building Clewiston; Fla.rr .

l.:. t.. Miller and children, Charles Leslie,: was held on the levee near the Hurricane -

: Bobby and Carol and Mrs. Nora Gate.Attending. ,.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1937Frank

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Tommy Is Right

Teacher-What does the letter
SYNOPSIS mistake, Barney," he said. "I "Just a fragile flower." said an- yourself, donya?" he snarled. 'Z" stand for?

should have talked to that reporter.He other. "No wonder he had to taketo "Well, you'll fly right out of the Tommy-'Cos it would be letter

When Bart Hodge a vain youth of sixteen, thought he was being taken for a his bed after his frightful hand- window in a minute." "N" if it lay down!
alights from a train at Fardale. he stumblesover ride, and he didn't like it." to-hand battle with that horrid hun- "Now really I'm afraid I've irri-

the animal.a half-blind The dog's dog and owner.In a Tad rage Jones i kicks a "And you're going to take it lying gry beast. How lucky he is alwaysto tated you somehow," said Frank When some girls get soft soaped

mail, shabby boy who supports his wid down? You're going to let Hodge have his trained nurse at handto "I'm a sophomore here," Bas- they bubble

Bart owed and mother he slaps denounces Tad him Frank This Mcrrlwell nettles get away with that lie?" care for him" when he is so fright- comb" informed him. "Say sir to over.

an orphan of Hodge's age prevents him "He won't get away with it. The fully upset. me. IN REVERSE
from further molesting Tad. Although sneerlngly the town authorities have sent the dog's Moving deliberately back to Bar- "Sir to, you," said Frank,. bowing
two do not come to blows. Hodge
says they will have to settle their differ head away for a Pasteur analysis. ney, Frank spoke under his breath. politely.
ences later. He and Merriwell had come to Let Hodge have his moment." "Leave it to me," he said. "The "Now don't forget that any time 0r

Hodge Fardale consults to attend Joe Fardale Bemis.academy.truck driver While for "I'll let him have something elseif last laugh may be ours." you "speak to me hereafter. Get

John Snodd. about his baggage. Merrlwell. choked with me?
me hands are not paralyzed, Mulloy was too pent-
accompanied by Tad and his dog. Shag, "And better remember
you to
wrath to utter word in say
reply
to Snodd's Presentlythe Barney vowed up a ,
start walking place. "
Snodd truck with Hodge driving, rum Frank had to put up a stiff argu- but Hodge was the one against it to me, too, advised, a boy witha
bles down the road and kills Tad's dog. whom he was inwardly raging. That long neck and a very large nose.
Occupying a room next to Merriwell's In the ment to convince the Irish boy that "
Snodd home Is Barney Mulloy. who dislikes what he had in mind would make fellow had done some swift sniping "But you must tell me your name,
Hodge. They become good friends. Merrl matters worse. "When it comes to with the ammunition furnished by so I won't forget you, sir."
well offers to help Mulloy get Into one of Pete Smith and. he seemed to be "It's Watson Snell. Mr. Snell to
on
the academy dormitories by appealing to a scrap, he urged, "let Hodge startit. ,
Professor Scotch a friend of Merrlwell's ." his way to triumph. you. Get me? i
Uncle Asher. As they leave the house that "You remind of of
me one Tennyson's -
"Job said Barney "was a piker Bart came forward "Theseare
evening Hodge Is talking to Inza Burrage. a a step. "
friend of Belinda Snodd. Later they meet beside ye, but I'm forced to admitin just some of the fellows my poems, strange as it seems,
Tad who now has another dog. That night me sober spells that yourhead's friend Bascomb brought in to give Frank almost purred. "It runs like
Bart Hodge crashes a party given by Belinda this, 'Blow, bugle, blow! Set the
Snodd. Hodge sings and the lovely screwed on level. you the once over, Merriwell, he '
Inza Burrage plays the piano. When Merrlwell. Hodge had saved himself the trou- said blandly. "They asked me to wild echoes flying. It's very smooth
seated on the porch with Mulloy. stuff, sir." Rich .Dad-If you marry this
of"You're
comic rushes out accusing ble of returning to Snodd's for his give them an eye-witness account fellow
sings a song. Hodge "Well, by I he justdon't what do you expect to liveon
gum,
guess
him of insulting Inza She steps between belongings. Having packed up that ?
them, telling Hodge that Merrlwell Is too rt'8eib know any better than to talk
morning, he had telephoned while, 3
cheap to deserve his notice. Next day Merrlwell back," said a tall, lanky fellow witha Daughter-Live on what we expect -
and Mulloy rush to a grove on John Merriwell was seeking advice from !
New
Snodd's farm to warn a picnic party that a Professor Scotch, for his luggage to England, twang. -
large.dog; which Silas Gleason gave Tad Is "Now if don't mind nat-
be delivered at Union hall and Joe you my
mad and running amuck. Hodge tries to convince ;
Oswald (to
prospective
Inza that this is Just a trick of Merrl- Bemis, starting out to deliver a load ural curiosity, I'd like to know who stepfath
well's Inza attempting to escape the mad of grain ,with the farmer's truck, -you are," said .Merriwell. "Have er-"What are you like at home
dened animal injures her ankle. Hodge fleesIn work?"
terror. Merriwell single-handed holds off had killed two birds with one stone you a card?
the mad dog and saves Inza. John Snodd by taking Bart's things along. "My name's Ephriam Gullup."
shoots the animal. Later, Merriwell and "Gullup?" Frank shook his head. Life's See-Saw
"I'll
have Joe stuff
Mulloy call Professor Scotch who get your right
on says ,is Willie-Daddy, what do they
the overcrowded condition of the dormitories over as soon as he comes back," "Gullup a very pretty name for
makes It necessary for them to Snodd promised Frank and Barney. you. It tickles my ear" mean when they talk about the

share a room-with Bart Hodge. "And if I'd ever looked that news- i' { 1, f The small; bespectacled, short- ups and downs of life?

paper over before he got out of ; chinned chap who had sat on the Daddy-The giving ups and the

CHAPTER IVContinued7 here," he added, "I'd burnt that y dresser and read the newspaper paying downs.

Hodge feller's ears off him. But .",4H aloud pushed himself forward now.

Grinning broadly now, he said he maybe my daughter ,said enough to a "You're full of cracks, aren't you?" Practical
"Would like to and hear
would see them anon in their sar- him last night. She laced him hand- he yapped, like a Pekingese puppy. you go
A '
dine box, and walked away as if in some for taking to his heels the way + ry' "Well, you'll have another crack father' preaching on"'Love one another -

a hurry to lose their company. he done. She's gone to see Miss from me if you'get gay with my Jack, dear?

"Sixty-five bucks!" gulped Mul- 'Inza now to find out how bad her a, .. name, big boy. It's Gagg-Bob "No, darling! Let's stay at
U
home and what
t practice father'spreaching
"It'sa ankle hurt." Gagg. Now take it easy.
loy, staring at Hodge's back. was !"
hold-up! You'll be a sucker to let Walking back to the school again, Merry burst into hearty" laughter.
him with it Frank." "Gagg follows Gullup, he said,
get away Mulloy was in a calmer, mood.
"and one goes with the other, but\
"But it's cheap when you con- 'There's a flock of chickens in Gagg can't be improved on. It's

sider that his coat saved me from ,Fardale that don't admire that gay perfect. Aren't we having fun?"

being bitten by that "dog Barney.I'll rooster as much 'as they did, n tida He had them stopped. Their lit- ff)
pay it and smile. Frank," he chuckled.
tle plan to kid him had been shot
"Holly chowder! He'll laugh in Merriwell made no reply. He was all to pieces. '

his sleep." thinking of Inza Burrage 'and won- ; ci Barney Mulloy, was holding .a Many doctors Nujol 'because recommend '

"Ican take it." dering what she would have to say MYFRr,{ hand over his mouth, now, to keep of its gentle action on
about the piece in the newspapers.Two from whooping. This far bet-
"I'll say you can! But you'll pop was the bowels. Don't ,
F some day if you're human. You grinning fellows, lounging on Going to Let Hodge Get ter than the rough stuff he had beenon confuse Nujol with
"
must have a limit." the steps of Union hall, looked the Away With That Lie? the verge of starting.The unknown =

new boys over as they approached. door again to ad- products.
swung open
The at Fardale elective noble deed but 1
} courses were your merely referred -
"There they are said to the mit fellow who in
I. one a came briskly.
Merriwell's mind them ButI
; but was not to the newspaper.
other, "the modest hero and his "
4. fully made up. Wishing to prepare knew you would be delighted to "Walter Burrage! exclaimed
trained
' especially for Yale, he decided to nurse. tell the harrowing tale yourself." Hodge in dismay. ll't

; seek advice from Professor Scotch, "But they don't suspect whatthey're Merry seemed to beam. "So

:. a Yale graduate who still thought going to" be up against in thoughtful of you, Hodge, but I hopethey'll CHAPTER V
. it the best university in the country about a minute, tittered the other blushes. I'm so
spare my
?:, That, of course, was natural enough, after Frank and Barney had passedon very shy before strangers." Walter Burrage was somebody at\
t" but Frank admired the way in into the building. Fardale. Not only did he stand
"Why don't you introduce us to
": which the professor had retained high as a student, he was captainof
, Nothing warned Frank and Bar- the modest hero, Bart? suggesteda
\' his youthful enthusiasm. There the baseball team mod-
was wore a
and ney of the surprise in store for huge chap with powerful shoulders estly hidden commanded
something warm inspiring society pin
GET RID OF
and a mouth that split his grin
walked
about it. them. They into that small I the respect of the faculty and
face from to "We'reall
ning ear ear.
room like innocent lambs
{ So Mulloy went back to Snodd'sto the going to quivering with eagerness to have was classed as an ace .in. the run of .
slaughter.
.. pack liP leaving Merry to wait walked the honor. And maybe he'll loosenup the pack. BIG UGLY
They into a. haze of to-
But of there fellows
for toe professor's return to his course were
r. after he gets to know us.
bacco smoke almost thick
, as as pea who secretly disliked him for
,: study after delivering a lecture. ; suc-
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soup. It came from the pipes and "Good idea, Hugh chuckled cess and popularity
X An hour later when he reached cigarettes of dozen who Hodge. "Merriwell this is arouses envy
a boys were my and petty malice in schools, justas PORES
t the farm house. Frank found Bar- sitting around on chairs, beds and friend Bascomb, the best prep- it does in other fields of life.
_' ney in a state of mind. He was any other pieces of furniture that school fullback in the East." Still prudence and self-interesl

.Y:'.. boiling like a forgotten kettle on a provided perches. Frank's eyes almost bulged as he caused those who privately hated.' PLENTY,OF DATES NOW..DENTON'S

i.' red-hot stove. Waving a rumpled One was located on the top of stared as if aghast at Bascomb'svast him to sugar their tongues when FACIAL MAGNESIA MADE HER

a'lt, newspaper he shouted: the dresser. His chin was nothingto mouth. "I'm so happy" he they spoke of him publicly.

"Have you seen this cockeyed brag about; in fact it was hardly said, "to get this unexpected viewof Merriwell had never seen him be- SKIN FRESH, YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL

:- thing?" worth mentioning. Horn-rimmed the Grand Canyon of the Colo- fore he walked into the room where Romance hasn't a chance when big ugly1)

f. It was the city paper for spectacles rode his short, uptiltednose rado. It's even wider, deeper and the kidders collected by Hodge and pores spoil skin-texture.Men love the soft ''

;: = which Pete Smith had reported the which seemed to be sniffing more tremendous than I ever imagined Bascomb had been kidded to a full smoothness of a fresh young complexion.

i r. encounter with the mad dog, and something very tasty. In a hushed, it could be." stop. But of course Frank had been Denton's Facial Magnesia does miraclesfor

' :: the story filled half a column. awe-stricken voice, he was reading Bascomb's grin faded slowly, as curious as to what sort of person the unsightly skin.Ugly pores disappear,

: 0, But plainly Mr. Smith had been aloud from a newspaper. All the it dawned on himHis mouth brother of Inza Burrage might be. skin becomes firm and smooth. I

?.M'. displeased by his failure to obtainan others had the appearance of listen- clopped together and his lips came He saw a good-looking chap with Watch your complexion take on new beauty

> interview with the leading actor ing breathlessly as he read Pete down at the corners. He flushed to dark eyes and hair, and a mouth Even thefirst few treatments with 'iFacielMagnoaia I

:., in the story: for, beginning: with a Smith's version of the mad dog incident the roots of his bristling hair and and chin expressive of decency and the Denton mak.Magio a remarkable Mirror you difference.can actually With..*

f:' statement by Silas Gleason that t his scowl was as black as the ace character. There was confidence the texture: of your akin become washed smoother clean.Wrinkle day by
day.Imperfections
L:. "the poor old dog had merely been Bart Hodge rose at once from his spades. without arrogance in his bearingHe gradually disappear.are Before yo know Denton'.
', sick and frightened," the reporter seat on one of the three single- "Look here," he growled, "what did not belong to the stocky athletic has brought you entirely newt* skin loYeline.

?, had finished by kidding the "modest beds. "You don't have to read it d'yer mean by that crack?" type, but one could see at a EXTRAORDINARY OFFER

',' hero who had taken to his bed through again, Bob," he said. "Sir "I'll never forget it," said Frank'in glance that he would strip down -Saves You Money the .

t.: from the after-effects of the terrible Galahad himself has arrived. Now a hushed tone of awe. "I'll well. Under the modest clothes he Ton moat can liberal try off Denton's or w.have Facial ever Magnesia made-good on for

,;' shock his system had sustained. we can hear the thrilling tale from always remember my first view of wore was a fine. body and clean, a few weeks only.We will tend you a full sized 12 box os.:
regular
bottle(retail price$1)plus a
;
: All visitors, the report alleged, were his own lips. the Grand Canyon." I. strong limbs that were not muscle of famous Mflnesia Wafers (known throughoutthe
t.. being kept away from his bedside I All the others stood up. All but "Gee, he's nuts!" cried a slender bound. country as the original Milk of Magnesia show
Mirror ( !
the Denton
Magic
plat
:. by a trained nurse. It was pretty : the fellow on the dresser. He let boy with gimlet eyes that were set His eyes swept over the others in tablets your skin specialist sees) all for

;t' :. crude stuff the newspaper flutter to the floor very close'' together. "Now if Hugh the room before coming to rest on only Writ.$11 today Don't miss out on this remarkable offer.

Even Hodge, whom Smith had and sat still, staring at Frank pops him-gee!" Frank. He neither smiled nor

"\; talked with in the village, had given through his spectacles as if struck "We seem to have a G-man withus frowned."I DENTON'SFacial

f his version of the affair. According dumb with wonder and admiration. ," remarked Frank, turning to was told there was a little corn

, to him, he had made haste to get There was a momentary hush. It survey the last speaker. "I wonder roast going on here," he said, "butI

: seven of the girls out of the dog's gave Merriwell time to pull him- how he ever got mixed up with this was on my way to see Merriwell MagnesiaSELECT

"" way leaving Merriwell and Mulloy self together. He knew instantlythat gang of highbinders." anyhow. You're Merriwell, aren't

\. to take care of Miss Burrage only those fellows were there to give "Say that's Leslie Gage, "put in you?" ,+ PRODUCTS.Inc.

'." The dog, Bart had said, had ap- him and Barney a swift buggy ride, Hodge quickly, "and he's the var- "Yes, sir," affirmed Frank. Long 4402 Island-23rd City,SL.N.Y j (.-

,: parently been fleeing in terror from inspired by Hodge. Bart was let sity pitcher. Take care what you "Well, I'm glad to know you.N Enclosed find$1 I .
the screaming boy who was pur ting no grass grow under his feet. say, Merriwell.r Burrage put out his hand and Merry (cash or stamps) fi
for which send me your n
suing him. "Just a moment. said Frank, "Why, I'm knocked completely gave it a grip. "Has this hand- special Introductory- tt
"The truth twisting larrikin!" moving to a window and throwing it cuckoo by the shock," said Mer- picked reception committee been a W combination. 1a
spluttered Barney. "Why it's the open. "Let's clear the air a bit." "
ry. "Such importance! Such no- little gay with you? I

big shot he was, himself! All you "I'll bet our hero doesn't smoke," torious characters. You seem to be "Oh, not at all, not at all, though : tfazn .....................n._..

did. .Merry me lad, was help butcher said one of the group right in your element, Hodge. they have given me quite a jolly : Street AddtoM...................
a sick and frightened dog "You win," admitted Mernwell. Bascomb reached a huge paw forMerriwell's time." Frank smiled almost sweet
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Schifflis Return- I I Phannon O'Bannon, who is at I recent arrivals in book stores, devotes HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES making the syrup there will be a
work at Canal Point, spent the week a section to a summary of (Home Demonstration Specialists) more pronounced flavor.
end in LaBelle with his parents, Mr. what men don't like) women to do. It SEASONING ACCESSORIESUsing Preparation of the peel: select
(Continued From Page One and Mrs. Ed O'Bannon.Mr. is the result of 500 Interviews with bright fruit with thick peel. Wash
SchiffH on this trip, are no more and Mrs Frank Doughertyand men in all walks of lifer boiled downto seasoning material Is an art carefully. Grate lightly on an ordIn-
daughter, Frances, spent Mon- ten brief, "don'ts". that good cooks acquire from prac- ary grater to break the oil cells. Cut
have
than always
war-minded they
day morning in Fort Myers on busi- Read them and-if you must- tice. Much can be done to keep the the peel in quarters and remove
been. France an dGfermany have a weep: daily fare from growing monotonousby from the fruit and weigh. Cut this
history of fighting behind them and ness.Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Randolph of I 1. Tears and tantrums-a girl the use of even a very few spices -(peel into strips 1-4 or 1-2 inch wide
.the tradition of war has been hand- Citrus Center spent Saturday with I with her face buried in a handker- and home-dried herbs. A bay leaf : or into small shapes. Place, In a
ed down to each succeeding generation her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ma- chief is quite as likely to make a or a sprig or two of dried thyme is I I sauce pan of water and for each
through the years. tusiak. 'I man slap her as comfort her. sufficient to season the gravy for ai i i quart of peel taken add 3 pints or
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bronson 2. Self-conscious sex poses-as pot roast, a stew, or a creamed meat more of cold water. nail 10 minutes
Europeans are qu'l k to point out, and Frank Warriner spent Saturday: i the girl with good legs who always or fish dish., (Bay leaf should always -I I and pour off water. Repeat three
said Dr. Schiffli, that the United
at Lakeport as the guests of 1\Ir.1 crosses' them up to her ,knees. Kneesare be removed from the food before times or until as much of the bitter
States has as flaws in its political I
many
and Mrs. Raleigh Dyess. no treat now-a-days, and a man serving.) Sage is a wellknownseasoning flavor is removed as is desired. Dry
and economic set-up as has Vernon Gillis of Waycross, Ga., Is wary of the girl who tries to ex- { for beef, salt pork, or I I the peel between folds of cloth,
any: of the European countries. The has arrived to take a position in ploit them. Physical overcapitalization cheese, and for meat and poultry pressing gently.
people of the European countriesare the LaBelle with his brother-in-law and may mean mental bankruptcy! stuffings, but it should be used in For each pound of peel used, ,add
no more eager for war than I
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clera, Davis. 3. Public haircombing' occasional small quantities.; 1 1-2 Ibs sugar to 6 oz. of wateror
people of the United States, is the
opinipn of Dr Schiffli. Mrs. Kirby Thompson and niece pat is, all right, but no man The flavor of cloves goes well juice. Bring to a boil, and cook
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Norma Jean Barnes made a trip wants to see, a dressing table at the with smoked meats such as ham or until sugar Is dissolved. Add pre-
lIEFFXEU-VIXSOX PLAYERS Saturday to Arcadia. Mr. Thompson. dining table. smoked shoulder. Whole cloves and I pared peel and boil until syrup is
COAUXG TO CLEWISTOX returned with ,them to LaBelle to 4. The telephone hound.-the girl stick cinnamon, like bay leaf, should I absorbed. Remove immediately from
spend the Thanksgiving holidays.Mrs. who is always having to call some- be removed before serving. For va- the fire and roll peel in granulate

The Heffner-Vinson Players, the Clera Davis and Mrs. Bruce: one up, or who has lengthy conver- riety, powdered or root ginger may or powdered sugar.
prier of'all tent theatricals, will play Messer visited Monday in Fort My- sations with other men be used In boiling or potroastingmeat This peel may be used also in fruit
one night, Tuesday, November 30. ers. Mrs. Messer left for her homein while he cools his feet and warms and in seasoning cooked ton- cakes, plum puddings or other dish-
The world's most beautiful tent 'Naples while. Mrs. Davis returned his temper. gue. A very small quantity of nut es.
theatre will be located on vacant lot' to LaBelle.: 5. Crooked stocking seams. I meg or mace is a pleasing addition
B. R. Gantt of Miami spent much occasionally to scalloped fish or oys:
near city hall. Mrs. 6. Too much lipstick or too Another Boat TrappedIn
The company is composed of fifty Friday in LaBelle where she attended makeup generally. ters. .

people, featuring Jimmie Heffner,'i home coming at LaBelle high 7. Disheleved looks. I Curry powder, used sparingly, is I Hyacinths Monday '
the south's most favorite comedian.The school. While here she visited ner 8. Conspicuously loud clothes. good with almost any meat or fish
play will be a three act com cousin Miss Glenn Rudd. 9. Women who treat escorts like dish and with eggs, especially when I fJ.,
edy drama, "Jimmie's In Town". It I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ritch and retrievers-make them fetch and I these protein foods are combined (Moore Haven Democrat* "IIIP:'
is a play that will please both old Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moyer made a I carryall the- time. with rice or another cereal. Mus- The Blue Sea, an auxiliary
and young and is full of laughs from I trip Saturday to Fort Myers where 10. Women who drop things ever- tard adds flavor to cheese dishes, schooner from Watch Hill, R. I., en
start to finish. You will see Jimmiein Mr. Ritch received medical treatment I lastingly. ham, fresh pork, beef, and mutton' route to Venice Inlet, experienceda
the funniest part he has ever ; tChristian Well, there you are girlsnowmake also to salad dressings. delay in making its crossing of
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peared in. lp-I Board of Educators of the best of it. -Sarasota Her : Wen: not used In meat, fish or the state through the Cross-State
This year the show surpasses Carlson Memorial Methodist church ald. i cheese dish of a meal, some of these Waterway Monday when it ran intoa
thing that has ever been to your met Tuesday night at the church to seasonings add variety to vegetablesor mass of hyacinths on the main

city. complete plans for, Christmas work .,..... : ;.... 'li to soup. Cloves or bay go well charted route between the locks
Among some of the leading artists and programs.Mrs. with tomato soup. Nutmeg or maceIs here and the Myacca Cut at' Liberty
the Herman and- Dolly Lewis, Miss Lindsey Stallings and Child- } often used in spinach, carrots, or Point. Their delay was short, how-
Alice Randell, the personality girl; ren, Harold, Helen and Jean, arrived -, pickled beets. Mashed sweet pota- ever, for Fred A. Flanders, in
Miss Betty Noble, whirlwind acro- this week from Bradenton WASHINGTON toes seasoned with cinnamon or charge of the local locks took a
batic dancer, who played an extended where Mr. Stallings. is at work, to I ; nutmeg are a favorite dish in someparts Dodge boat and went to their assist-
_engagement at Miami's most exr spend a few months at their La- NEIWS I I of the country. ance immediately and within a short

elusive supper club, the Royal Palm; Belle home. Onions, garlic, celery, parsley, time had them out and on their way
Miss Margaret Marsh, torch singer Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe N. Miller and canned tomatoes, lemons, and bacon into Moore Haven where they stop-
from Old Virginia; Miss Dorothy sons, Roger and Nigel are spendingthe fat and other meat drippings, although ped overnight.This .
Lagwinn, tap dancer supreme; Billy Thanksgiving holidays in Miami are all foods rather than schooner, intended primarilyas
and Marigold Lawrence, in modern with Mrs. Miller's sister, Mrs. William r k : accessories, are useful, too, in mak- a: ,sailing vessel had masts fifty-
rhythm dances of the day. Overstreet and Mr. Over- ing inexpensive dishes attractive. two feet in length which made it

An eight piece orchestra knownas street. The tops_ of celery, both fresh and difficult for the vessel to get under
Jimmie Heffner's Rhythm Boys, Mr. and Mrp. J. H. Booth Mr. crisp or dried and powdered, are wires at one point in the St. Lucie
and the hottest orchestra ever to and Mrs. Ernest Booth, Robert Har- FROM CONGRESSMAN I excellent for seasoning. Parsley is canal. Almost a day was lost there

appear in a tent theatre, will furn- ris and Fred Clemons accompaniedthe 'J. HARDIN PETERSON easy to grow in the garden or in a and the owner and master, D. F.
ish a thirty minute concert before Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Glisson and window-box or flowerpot. It can be Larkin, expressed fear that he might
the show. A bevy of beautiful girls,I their daughter, Nancy Ruth Sunday used fresh or dried. Its flavor com- 'have difficulty at one point in the
gorgeously costumed, composes the I afternoon to Immokalee where Rev. bines effectively with egg, meat, and Caloosahatchee where the clearancewas
chorus. Each girl being a finished I Glisson conducted services,. at the, CONGRESS SLOW IN GETTING vegetable dishes. A thin slice of lemon not as great as needed. It is a
dancer, the chorus is the prettiest ever Baptist church. UNDERWAY With none of the. ad- provides pleasing flavor in stew- five-ton boat, forty-three feet in
to appear in this vicinity.The I The Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Glisson ministration bills, ready at the convening ed apples, prunes, black bean soup, length, four and a half foot draft
show'is billed as the Zi'!g- and daughters, Margaret and Nan- of congress, at the time of or kidney stew.CITRUS and with a twelve and a half foot .
field of the tent show world. It, will cy Ruth, spent Thanksgiving day this writing on Monday, Nov. 22, the I beam. '"
be a treat to every man and womanto with Mrs. Glisson's parents, Mr. and house has been practically marking CANDY RECIPES This is' the second boat in two
see this array of beautiful girls Mrs. J. W. Williams at, Lake Plac- time. Many of the members are anx- Orange Divinity Candy weeks to become entangled in the
gorgeously gowned in the most mag- id. From there they will leave for ious to get underway, but the lead- 2 .1-2 cups white sugar, 1-2 cup hyacinths, the cruiser Wist last
nificent costumes ever to step footon Lakeland to attend the state B. Y. ership is ;endeavoring to get the orange juice, 1-2 cup Karo syrup week remaining in a jam in the Spa-
the stage of a tent theatre. Each P. U. conference Friday and Satur- administration program before them. (corn), :whites 2 eggs, 3-4 cup pe- daro channel for almost two days.
I costume surpasses' the other, and it day returning to LaBelle Saturday before other things can come up. cans, 1-2 cup cocoanut, 2 slices candied -
I' will not be easy for you to maker night. There is a general sentiment for pineapple, 1-2 cup candied or- Headlines Invented in 1622
your decision as to which is the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fletcher, aid to small businessessmen and ange or grapefruit peel. The first known headlines to be
finest. amendments to the tax act allowing used in a newspaper appeared in
their daughter and Mr. and Mrs. C. Mix sugar with corn syrup and
The entire show is new from frontto E. Fletcher have returned to their for a cushion' of'reserves''againstlean I orange juice, beat egg whites in 1622.
back, and when see the name periods. The senate has been
you homes, in Hattiesburg and Jackson mixing bowl. Boil sugar until it
Heffner-Vinson Players you may i Miss., respectively, after a visit of tied up in a fillibuster on the anti- spins a thread (about 8 minutes).
. rest assured that you will not only several weeks with their sons, Cul- lynching bill, both Senator Pepper Pour on whites of eggs slowly, beating -
see the best dressed, but the best 1(I. ley and Sidney Fletcher. Sidney returned and Andrews of Florida taking part continually until nearly stiff.
r i r.;' talent obtainable and above all, not to Mississippi with them I in the filibuster. Add nuts and fruit. Pour onto but-
., only entertainment that is modern I where he will make his home for I tered dish. Spread out flat and cut
but clean. the present.Mrs. VISITORS.Among the Wash- in in
squares or pile up a mound.
, For nineteen years the Heffner- I Ida Anderson is very ill at ington visitors this past week were Orange Panoche
1.L' Vinson Players enjoyed a reputation I her home here. I Mayor R. E. L. Chancey of Tampa, 4 cups brown sugar, 1 tablespoon
of being the best and cleanest showof her who attended the conference of mayors '
Mrs. Drew Hampton and sons butter, 1 cup orange juice, 2 table- n'.k; Ors
," its kind, and this year the lovers of Okeechooce spent the weekendin and Commissioner Nathan Ma- spoons vanilla, 2 cups chopped pe-
: of stage shows will see the greatest LaBelle with relatives. yo, who was attending the conven- cans, 1-2 teaspoon salt.

,' that this company has ever produc- J. Howard Quick and John Atkinson -; tion of secretaries, commissioners Boil, together sugar, salt, orange
ed. Don't miss it! made a trip Sunday to Clew and directors of agriculture. On one juice, and butter until when dropped -
The doors will open' at 7:00 0'- iston. of the afternoons that Commissioner into cold water from a spoon, I ACKSONVILLEGARNETT
I. :: clock. Orchestra at 7:30 and the Miss Madge Hull is improving Mayo presided over this meeting the liquid becomes hard. When FLORIDA

." show starts at 8 o'clock.LaBELLE rapidly at her home here followingan Representatives Caldwell, done, pour in vanilla and pecans. ANDREWS.Mna3er

automobile accident Saturday: at Hendricksen and myself attendedfor Stir constantly until well mixed. ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at tin;
NEWSW. DeLand. a short time. Commissioner Mayo Pour on buttered plates and cut into modern, fireproof: hotel in the heart of clown-
t I I stands well in this, organization. squares. town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and ,
I shower, oft water ceding fan,radio, slatted' .
I'M THANKFUL: Candied Grapefruit Peel summer door '.. Every Bed with innerspring ,.
W. Hooks of Clewiston was a EFFECT ON FLORIDA OF RECENT (Quick Process) mattress and reading lamp. Running ice '
'' .- business visitor Monday in LaBelle. I'm thankful our HOUSE VACANCIES.-Seven 1 lb. grapefruit peel, 1 1-2 Ibs. water on every floor.
:Mrs. Lillian Turner of Moore recent vacancies in the House had wafer AIR CONDITIONED
U. S. displaysIts sugar, 6 oz. or fruit juice. COCKTAIL LOUNGE COffEE: SHOP
Haven spent Tuesday in LaBelle at crest, in God this effect on the Florida delega-j Candied grapefruit (or orange) DINING AND MEETING ROOMS'
the W. P. A. work center. we trust tion. Assignments of offices peel is always a, favorite. However, a Ratei-Smjle" with Private B..IJ;
Mrs. Clarence Roberts is spendingthis That He will guideTo mittee assignments, etc., are arrang-I: this quick method of making can- 78 40 Rooms Rooms $2.00$3.00 -. 80 24 Rooms Rooms $2 S3..50 SO
wek in Punta Gorda with her brighter days I ed by seniority. On the died peel is only recommended for 10 ills,', Room, with, P".... BuK $400
: '- } mother! Mrs. S. L. Roberts.Mr. And keep from moth. Rep. Peyser of New York, I filed on early consumption, and, while most !.' uictxit lor doubt/ occupmcv
and :Mrs. Joe Dougherty, their and rust. his office and was assigned to it. delicious if used then; it should not 0,>.. I. 6 POUND Mo..I,
"" children and Esther Hill were visit- I advised Rep. Hendricksen of Florida beheld too long. If part or all of HOt Gee!.wot&" PATTEN r._ V HOTEL S.....DCSOTO..,C. )
ors Saturday in Fort Myers. I'm thankful, rain of my intention and he filed on the juice from the fruit Is used in l.. '.... :........;:
#;.,_ Mrs. M. E. Forrey is slightly im- and Sunbeams findA I my old office, thus moved from the
; proved at her home ,here following. a path to earthly .' Old to the New House office build-
recent illness. bowers '. ing. Rep. Stubbs of California was
y. Mr. and Mrs. R. Everett Burch- For those immortalties just above me on the Committee on ,
ard were business visitors Saturday: that bind Public lands, and on his death I advanced THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill
in Fort Myers. The hearts we love one nearer the chairmanship.
Mrs. E. L. Rogers has returned to To ours Rep. Millard. one of those who ob- come to your home every day through )
Miami after a visit of several monthsat jected to the Medfly hill, has resigned THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
her home here. For tidings borneon from the House to take another An International Daily Newspaper
Miss Willa Duke of Okeechobee Silent wings public office. So three out of seven It records for you the world's clean constructive doings. The Monitor
does not exploit crime or sensation; neither does It Ignore them
spent the week-end with her grand And angel lips vacancies had a flirect bearing on but deals correctively with them. Features for busy men and all tho
?' mother, Mrs. Bessie Frasier.. have told; Florida matters. family. Including the Weekly Magazine Section. *
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visitor Thursday morning In La-I Shepherd brings PAPER OUT OF SUGAR CANE.A One. Norway Street. Boston. Massachusetts
y'' Belle. The lost within wrapping paper plant utilizing Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor fora _
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