The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00662
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:00662
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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! CIVIC CLUBS WORK Santa Cls To Appear Welfare Office Moved' .


At Park \Tree TonightSanta's To City Hall BuildingMrs. .


XMAS FOR NEEDY in most Clewiston important this public year will appearance worker. Myra for Hendry Social county for Service the WEEK-END TOURNEY t \ :1

be at the Community Christmas state welfare board, has moved her .1

I T Tree, sponsored by the American Clewiston office from the buildingnext I i

Clewiston's organizations have not Legion, in the park tonight. door to the bank to the city The second week-end tournament \ .
shirked in their duty of seeing that
Every child in the Ticinity is in- hall.She of the winter season played last Sat ,
,each family in the vicinity has some will be in the City Hall of- }
/ extra goodies at Christmas, and tomorrow vited to attend and to receive personally fice Monday morning from 9 till 12. I urday and Sunday at the Clewiston :?,j i
.: a package from the good old \
will find many families with Saint Nick. Working in close cooperation with Golf Club, was won by Emmett 1 ::J

.J--' children happy in the joy and pleas'iA local WPA authorities the Social Shelley, ace Clewiston golfer, who '.
The festivities scheduled to
,ure that came to them through the are Service worker is assisting in get- .'
rounds of 42-40-82 \
start at 730. ,put together In J
itimelyassistance of some civic I ting labor signed up for projects pro- .
the morning to finish 1 down to
group. : NO FIRECRACKERS, PLEASE! F posed. par :
/1. and win third place, while his af- ; ;
YIh Each of the Churches and the

Church organizations provided for ternoon card of 38-44-82 finished :

/ some families. The Community 1 up on par as well as the entire :

Jw / Christmas Tree, sponsored by the St. Margaret's Church, Clewiston'Midnigl field, to gain him first place honors. \\ ,.:_'

American Legion and financed
Shelley had a field day. Shooting .
/4 through public subscription, will t Mass '
under a handicap of 10, his net of .
I \
j find a gift on it for Santa Claus to );
/ 72 tied him for low net
present to each small child tonight. JOHN F. WALSH, Pastor score "

In addition to the package, each one H. R. Hall, whose card of 46-42-

j I' containing a suitable toy, a bit of Silent Night ......................_.._.............._.._........................ Junior Choir 88-16-72 won him second place \ "

nuts and candy and some fruit, there Adeste Fid-elis ............................................ Junior and Senior Choirs honors. Shelley and Hall will 'match Slow

will be a number of baskets of ap- MASS IN D-SINGEXBERGERThe net cards next week-end, to play

propriate groceries to be; distributed Kyrie off their deadlock. Hall payedSun-

from the tree to some worthy fam The Gloria day under a 16 handicap. He finished -

ilies. The Sermon .............................:................:..:...... Father J. F, Walsh al even in match play, the event

The Kiwanis Club at its meetinglast The Credo -. ', .; being a Match Play Against 'Par af-

week devoted all its time to preparing The Offertory Holy Night .....:..::,_.:...:..Junior and Senior Choirs fair.

the large number of toys and The Sanctus .. ." Arthur Wells of Belle Glade

A clothing which members had brought The Benedictut '. ,. ,;" -: ," : broke into the prize winning ranks

1/9 for Christmas distribution. Several Agnus Dei :1 t':<".' ,:,-.*,',;..-: ;. ,----.<. when he split honors with Ernast
families, some of them only recently Benediction ".-'-:/./ VanLandingham, last week's tourn-

arrived in Clewiston, will find ..-t-- ..:;. V.-: ... ament winner, for fourth and fifth

themselves with plenty of clothing :.,, place. Both were 2 down to par.
and toys on Christmas morning, :'.,'.;y. ,, -, .' Wells had a 92-16-76 and Van-
/ through the generosity of the Ki- Landingham 881474.In .
Mrs. J. F.--.Tippey, Mrs. M. D. Meehan, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. an
wanis Club.
a semi-final match of the much-
The United States Sugar Corporation Miss Mildred Ward, Miss Livonia Congdon, Mrs. G. A. Yon delayed club handicap tournament,

tonight distributed baskets for' Arthur E.-Oliver, John Kettl, Kenneth Mildred McCracken of Clewiston and
each family of its laborers in i "x '
every Harris, Sidney Hoover. Dr. White of Belle Glade struggled

plantation. The baskets contain I through eighteen holes ,all square.'", .
Christmas goodies and a toy for each <-7 7. ... .,c'i: :' -
,, They turned the,first nine exen .but.: : :: ; .
? y.
child. In several of the villages therewill x '
.JUNIOR: CHOIR ,- Mrs. McCracken found herself'1 :rr
7 be lighted Christmas trees with '
down on the 17th green and facinga
Santa Claus to distribute the
gifts. Julianne Oglesby, Nora Oglesby, Barbara Smith, Mary Ellen Smith, cantankerous, curling ten foot puttto
Christmas Day is a holiday in all
the plantations. Walter E. Vaughn, Nick Schlffli, Runelle McGehee, stay in the match. She droppedit
I and went on to win the eighteenthand
Margaret VonMach, Sue VonMach, Parmelia Bourne,
square the match. McCracken,

Agricultural Laborers I Mamie Johnson. playing under a 24 handicap, cardeda

I 50-53-103, and White's card

Enjoying Recreation I showed' o 4QK1_Iflfl They will I

I meet sometime ihis. week In another

r I Judge Elmer Ward To Prominent Visitors Are efforts to see who meets Arthur

I Varied recreations are being en- Wells in the finals.

joyed by tile: agricultural laborers Run For State SenateJudge Shown Thru Sugar Mill Next week-end's tournament play

(4 on the several plantation villagesof will be a 3-4-5 event. Full handicapswill

the United States Sugar Corpo- be used and prizes will be a-
David Elmer Ward of Fort Among the prominent visitors in
ration this Baseball
season. teams warded for the most threes, most
have been organized in each plan- 'Myers this week confirmed reports Clewiston this week were State Sen- fours, and most fives scored. Addi-
that he would be a candidate for ator John R. Beacham of West Palm
tation village and every Sunday af- tional prizes will also be given for
'state senator in the democratic primary Beach, Mrs. J. B. Beacham of West
ternoon games are held in several low gross and low net scores.
next May.. At that time a full Palm Beach, Mrs. J. B. Jeffries of
localities. The first team on each The weekly tournament entry list
term successor will nominated Miami and Marcial P. Lichauco of
plantation have been provided with continues to show an increase, and
to replace Arthur Gomez of Key Manila, P. I.
bright uniforms.At
with the holidays at hand and a proper -
West who resigned at the close of Mrs. Jeffries, who is the widowof
townsite and at Azucar boxing adjustment of handicaps, club
the last session of the legislature to the late chairman of Everglades I
platforms have been erected and a officials are looking forward to a
accept-appointment as a circuit judge Drainage District, has considerable
program of boxing contests is held busy competitive ,season.
for Dade and Monroe counties. property interests in this section and
weekly. In Clewiston the boxing is
According to the Fort Myers I was here on business.Mr. .
on Friday nights and at Azucar on I
Saturday nights. News-Press, Judge, Ward said that I Lichauco is a former assist- White Gift Service By
I he had reached decision to
just a
I ant attorney general of the Philip-
Weekly in each plantation village run and that a formal announcement pines and is at present connected t Christian EndeavorsA

rte. ;: moving: pictures have been arranged would come later. He is known to with
a cooperatively operated
usually being held in the school have had the matter under consid- I project in the Philippines.The sugar
building. A feature picture, serial eration for several months and has White Gift Service under the<
visitors'w'ere much interested *
and comedy is given at each showing. canvassed the situation with : direction of the Christian Endeavor li A
in the town and the rapid
These shows are well attended and pro- Society was held at the Community I
sentative citizens in Lee, Hendry, 'gress made here during the last few
are offered to the laborers and their Collier and Monroe counties, the Church Monday evening. The Junior 4
: inter-
They were also keenly
families at very moderate prices. four counties comprising the sena- years Choir, in new vestments, took partIn
ested in their trip through the
The enthusiasm displayed at each I torial district. I house. sugar the service entering to the processional -

\ game, contest or program' is evi- The mainland has not had a state I I 0 Come All Ye Faithful.

\ dence of the pleasure which the men senator in this district for 40 years, SECOND OGLESBY DUPLEX IS Their three special songs opened the

and their families are deriving from the nominee coming from Key West service-When Christ Is Born, The
.r wholesome activities provided fort during all that time. Senator Gomez .Star and the Song and The Name I

1 them. held the office for two four-year Over All, all written by Mrs. R. R.
J. F. Tippey this week constructed -
\ \ terms, succeeding W. H. Malone who Forman. ,
foundations for the second Ogles- \\\ \
was senator for 16 years. Christmas hymns, each with appropriate \
I by Duplex apartments. These buIld-
,; ,:
\ Judge Ward was elected county Biblical readings, presented \
:-"< ings arc 34 by 36 feet each, and will
l" The Clewiston News is being issued judge in 1932, when he was 22 years the story of the first Christmasin
each contain two apartments.The .
': early this week in order that old. Last year he was nominated fora a most impressive manner. Read- \
News in a previous statement
-.' the Christmas holidays for the force second term, which will expire ers were by Elizabeth Winn, Francis \
gave the dimensions of the housesas
\ may begin on Friday, Christmas Jan. 1, 1941. Judge Ward is a native Wright, June Hooker, Florence Gra-
24 by 36, which was an error.
of Lee county, a graduate of the i ham, Maxine Doty, Dick O.wen. and \
Eve.The Each building is 34 by 36 pet.
Christnias season is the only Fort Myers high school. He attended i Lee Pridgen.

\ holiday season during the year which the University of Florida and The '"White Gifts" were articles
\ \
-- \ the newspapers feel justifies a little Cumberland University, receiving of food and clothing, each wrapped

.,1., slacking up In their efforts tOa keep his law degree in 1930. He openeda He was married in June of this in white, which were brought by \

' : \ the papers up to the highest possible law office in January 1931 in Fort year to Miss Martha Carlton daughter various Sunday School classes!: and

'. I standard. Myers and has practiced there since of Doyle E. Carlton, former Individuals to be placed In the

May your holiday be a pleasant that time. He is well-known throughthe governor, and Mrs Carlton of Tam Christmas, baskets to be distribute

;: one I district he seeks to serve. pa. .. by the church groups. .I._ \

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Weirs S&vrsew of Current Events IMPROVED


are not free to love their

.Ci1: American Gunboat Panay Bombed by Japanese on the SUNDAY LessonBy fellow love men of when gain.!; -they Dr.arc Elmer consumedby Ells-

British Also Attacked REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. worth Brown
Yangtse Dean of the Moody Chicago.Bible Instituteof Men seldom, or rather never for a

Western Newspaper Union. length of time and deliberately,

aha t *Lwtud tg PLc/d Lesson for December 26 rebel deserve against rebelling anything against.Carlyle.There that does not.

is no greater delight thanto

Vanishing Wild Life. SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK CHRISTIAN CONSECRATIONLESSON be conscious of sincerity of self.

T/ARNER PLANTATION, Western Newspaper Union. examination encius.Promise .

V TEX.-Thanks to wise legis- TEXT-Philippians 11226. is most given when the
Latest Jap Outrages GOLDEN TEXT-For to me to live Is least! is said.-Chapman.
lation, the wild fowl are coming Christ, and to die Is galn.-PhllIppians 1:21.
True JAPANESE aviators, strafing flee- PRIMARY TOPIC-Our Best FrIend. Light; burdens, long borne, grow
back to this gulf country. ,
JUNIOR Jesus. heavy.-Herbert.
ing Chinese, bombed and sank TOPIC-Answering
the flocks may never again be the United States gunboat Panay on Choosing INTERMEDIATE a Life Purpose.AND SENIOR TOPIC- Happiness cannot be found in

what they were; yet, with con- the Yangtse river above Nanking.The YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- seeking it.-Dr. Phillips EndccottOtgood. ''

tinued conservation, there'll boat's storekeeper and an Ital- w :. ;,: What Christian Surrender Means. .'

beginning for one and all. ian journalist were killed.
Consecration is one of the words
At time and the :
the place
But when I think back! on the ducksI same
Japanese attacked and sank three f ;; expressing Christian truth which =

saw down here 10 years .ago-in Standard Oil,steamers. At this writ- Y .,.. I has been so much used and so often I
countless hosts-I'm %% IF
< > w 1 ing it is reported the number'of misused that it has lost its savor.
reminded of what
dead may be nearly 100, chiefly Chi- The writer remembers many a
. Charley Russell, the ; nese members of the crews. "consecration service" which meant

cowboy artist, said a 4 Several British gunboats speedingto nothing to those present except the

to the lady tourist the'aid of the Panay were shelled, fulfilling of a certain formula or ,
who asked him' The of the meeting -
one enlisted man being killed anda program purpose
whether the old-tim- number wounded. was excellent, but results were BULBSGrow

:, e r s exaggerated : '. Washington and London lodged lacking because it had become a Bulbs for profit. Easily grown. Cultural -

when they described stern protests in Tokyo. mere formality.Paul directions. Blossom and bulb marketJi: ::'l-
Bob's Gardens,
;. ing service. Orlando Fla.
: the size of the van- YNA
Tokyo apologized with expressionsof the apostle knew nothing of
ished buffalo herds.
(. "Wellum said F r \ deep regret.In any theory of consecration. He knew
s America,and Britain there was and lived and proclaimed such an
Charley, "I didn'tget intense indignation over the latest Home
abandonment of self to Christ and Heating
';,. up to this Mon- Irvin S. Cobb outrages. No responsible person his
cause as really required no t [
tana country until hinted that the United States or statement in words-it was his life. =jr By John Barclay
after the buffaloes started thinningout. Great Britain should go to war with n.aDe'ts
But I remember once I was Japan on their account but the We close today a three-month series Heating Expert
: night-herding when the fall,drift got of studies in the Christian life.
. man' in the street felt there shouldbe
between and and I sat by R. pictured We began at the right point by con-
me camp some way, short of war, by Hugh Wilson ( above), Poking Fire Bed From Above
and watched 'em pass. Not having which the Japanese could be forcedto a veteran of the American diplo- sidering "Christian Sonship, for no Forms Clinkers, Smothers

I anything else to,do, I started count- cease their murderous attacks. matic service and now assistant sec- one can live until he is born and Fire, Wastes FuelWHILE

ing 'em. Including calves, I counted Apologies may satisfy the diplomatsbut retary of state, is to be our new am- no one can live a Christian life until -

up to 3,009,625,294, and right they do not restore lives. bassador to Berlin, succeeding Wil- he is born again. We have con- a poker frequently is

,,_. then was when I got discouraged President Roosevelt's protest was liam E. Dodd,. whose resignationwas sidered together God's grace in implement to use on

and quit. Because I happened to directed through Secretary Hull to submitted to the President. keeping, renewing, guiding,blessing, a furnace, let me caution you

look over the ridge and here came Ambassador Hirosi Saito with the and communing with his_own. All against'using it for the purpose of
- the main drove." be to the Em- these precious truths call us to devote -
request that it sent agitating the fire-bed from above!
f 1,575,000 would be ourselves to Christ in and
enlargedto glad
persons, ,
Hirohito of It demanded
peror Japan. That results in'a.lot of trouble for
Becoming a Head Man. provide work for an additional full consecration.Men .
, apologies, compensation you and for your furnace.
LET an unshorn dandruff fancier and guaranties against repeti- 350,000 persons. The expansion, he give themselves thus to the Stirring the fire through the furnace -

: he's 'divine and, if nobody tion of similar attacks. The Brit- said, could be handled within his building of a fortune, to the prop- door opening only mixes

t'; else agrees with his diagnosis, the ,ish foreign office was in touch with budget, at least for some time. agation of a political or social the- ashes with the live coals, creating

:':- police will jug him as a common Washington by cable but Foreign --K ory, to the pursuit of an occupationor

f nuisance .and the jail warden will Minister Eden denied that the Brit- Government) Wins profession.. Why should not the

r\, forcibly trim his whiskers for him ish would take the lead in inter- Supreme court decided that Christian give himself in like meas-

'i'" or anyhow have them searched. But national action. THE ure for Christ and his holy cause?
government not interest
,.'..., if enough folks, who've tried all the Even Tokyo was stunned by the on gold bonds that pay were- Paul, in the verses of our lesson,

k: old religions and are looking for anew attacks on American vessels, and called for redemption in advance of shows that spirit and boldly de-

Jf-:. one, decide he is the genuine the planned celebration over the the maturity date. clares that he follows Christ regardless -

,; article, then pretty soon we have a capture of Nanking' was called off. The decision, written by Justice of trying circumstancehedoes

:: .' multitude testifying to the omnipotence -*- Cardozo, was unanimous, although so now, "in .the body," not : [.,
t.,.: of their idol. Early Tax RevisionSUMMONING Justices Stone and Black had sep- later in glory. And_ matters not / ::!;..

gn r;':: Let another man think he is a house ways and arate concurring opinions. Cardozois whether it be by life or death t7d b
reincarnation Julius Caesar or, ill "Christ shall be magnified." }
means committee members and and his opinion was, read by ,
:; '.jt Alexander the Great, and if few or Chief .
Justice "
, treasury economists to a confer- 'Hughes. I. "What Then? (v. 18).
:,':"-: none feel the same way about it he's ence in the White House, President The litigation was started by Rob- Paul was imprisoned for the gospel's -' clinkers. As you know,. clink-
'" headed for the insane asylum. .But ert A. Taft of, Cincinnati of the
\. Roosevelt directed son sake. Did that stop him? no; ers choke a fire and prevent the
.: if a majority, which is a large body
late President and Chief Justice Wil-
-L that revision of the
coal from and
who burning freely com
he made the very guards were
:; ,. 'of persons entirely surrounded by g4s' : taxes that oppress liam Howard Taft; the estate of assigned to watch him In his house pletely. Also, they clog the grates,'
.-;; : delusions, agrees with him that he business be carried James J. Ransom, of Des Moines,.
making it difficult to shake the
., into missionaries of the cross. He
is what he is he
k" says he becomes .a and Arthur Machen of Baltimore. '
through as soon as fire
he took his properly.
'i -. dictator. won one as
r possible. 'Those '-iC- nated period of service and sent Owing to the odd size and shape

,,., .r e s r- called were Robert Sloan's Great Gift him out as a testimony to "the 'of lumps of coal at the point that

fr". Grandma's Togs. L, Doughton of whole praetorian guard and to all! -poked from above, the fuel-bed

\\/"E LAUGH at our grandmoth North Carolina, ALFRED P. SLOAN, JR., chair- the rest" (v. 13 R. V). becomes packed, and this pack-.

V ers who believed that, for a chairman of the General Motors corpo- Then, some of his Christian asso- ing prevents the free passage of

lady to, be properly dressed, she : I house committee; ration, announced he was donating ciates taking advantage of the fact air, thvs forming clinkers. Clinkers -
t:, should have a little something on i Fred Vinson of Ken- securities worth approximately that he was imprisoned went out formed this way, however,

anyway. tucky, chairman of a $10,000,000 to the Al- less trouble for ordinarilythey
R. L. Doughton to preach just to show that they cause ,
Maybe those mid-Victorian ladies subcommittee on fred P. Sloan foundation were as good as he. They made can be broken up and

sort of overdid the thing-bustles taxes; Secretary of the Treasury f %rrrli with the hope of their very preaching an expressionof dropped into the ashpit by gently

that made them look like half-sis- Morgenthau and Undersecretary > promoting a wider their envy of his popularity and shaking the grates.

-r ters to the dromedary, 'skirts so Roswell Magill. knowledge of "basic hoped to heap more sorrow upon -
tight they hobbled like refugees : On leaving the White House Mr. economic truths."
him. Did he get angry and bitterly
from a chain gang, corsets laced in Doughton, gave out the cheering as- In his announce- fight back? No; he thanked God GET kin OF

until breathing was almost a lost surance that the best possible tax ment Mr. Sloan said that Christ was preached. We need
bill would be formulated quickly and '' he deemed it
: .
art, boned collars so high they proper
HHi more of that spirit in our day.II. .
seemed to be peeping over an alley ,that the taxpayer would be given to. turn back part of "
; fence.. Still, wearing five or six every consideration.If the proceeds of his "In My Body.
One of the glaring fallacies of human -
starched petticoats, the little woman the contemplated measure can industrial activity to
thinking is the idea that at
was safe from Jack the Pincher be rushed through congress it, A. P. Sloan, J r. aid in bringing about
favorable time in the futurewe
-Y; unless he borrowed some steamfit- may be made effective on January "a broader as wellas slime PORESPLENTY
shall be able to enjoy life do
ter's pliers. 1, starting out'what business and in- a better understanding of the ,

And later when, for a season, dustry hope will be a Happy New economic principles and national mighty deeds or serve the Lord.

5. blessed simplicity ruled the styles, Year for them and for all the na policies which have characterized For example parents fail to enjoy OF DATES NOW..DENTON'SFACIAL
American enterprise down throughthe their children because they are always MADE HER
her figure expressed the queenly tion. MAGNESIA .
forward to the next /:::-
kN: grace that comes from long, chaste In his press conference the same years, and as a result of which looking YOUNG -
lines. Probably the dears never fig- day the President gave business_ ad- its truly marvelous development has stage of their development. The SKIN FRESH, .....;, ,

; ured it out. Just the natural cun- ditional encouragement, assertingthat been made possible." time to enjoy and help our childrenis Romance hasn't a chance when big ugly

ning of their sex told them 'twas the interstate commerce com- Once the proper understanding is now. The time to serve the Lord pores spoil skin-texture.Menlove the soft

the flowing robes which gave majesty mission should take action to pre- achieved, he said, the people may Jesus is now. The day will come smoothness of a fresh young complexion. '

; and dignity to kings on the throne serve the solvency of the railroads.He promote "the objectives that all when we shall be glorified with Denton's Facial Magnesia does miraclesfor
him, but it will then be too late to unsightly skin.Ugly pores disappear,
much in mind.
and judges on the bench and prel- declared himself favor of private have so
of the These he listed speak to our neighbors about Christ.III. skin becomes firm and smooth.,
; and
: ates at the altar-and shapely wom ownership operation as:

en-folk. ... railroads, but said receiverships of More things for more people, "To Live Is Christ and to Dies Watch your complexion take on new beauty

the ,lines cannot continue without. everywhere.An Gain" (v. 21). Even the first few treatments with Denton Facial
;i Reading Dickens. financial adjustment. opportunity for achievement. Humanly speaking when a matteris Magnesia the Denton make Magic a remarkable Mirror you difference.can actually seethe

after this the Greater security and stability. one of "life or death" it is a torture of your skin become smoother day,by
been Shortly commerce washed clean.Wrinkle
reading Dickens'again.. day.Imperfections are
I'VE question whether death may not intervene Before know at Denton's
commission put in a sour note by gradually disappear. you ..
;:_ means again and again. I the carriers' petition for The hope,is that this may has brought you entirely new kin loveliness.
; take "Pickwick Papers" once Italy Leaves League
a 15 cent immediate increase in not be the case and every effort is EXTRAORDINARY OFFER
year just; as some folks take hay freight per rates. ITALY finally made up its mind to made to prevent it. How different -Saves You Money
fever. Only I enjoy attack. You Denton''u Facial Magnesia on the
my can try
-*- quit the League of Nations. No with Paul. He rightly points out most liberal offer we have ever made-flood for
Dickens may have done carica- one was surprised when Mussolini that to a Christian death means a few weeks only.We will send you a full 12 OL
tures, but he had human models to House Passes Farm Bill bottle(retail price$1)plus a Tegular mod box
announced this decision of his into with
entering perfect fellowship of famous Mdncria Wafer (known throughout:
go by. He drew grotesques, but N ARROWL Y escaping return to cist council, and no other nation expressed Christ and unlimited service for the country as the original Milk of Me dhows
his had less tablet. the Denton Magic MInor
..." grotesques highly-col- committee, the administrationfarm any regret over the action. him. Every human limitation will what; plu.your akin specialist sees) i all for
r. '. ored duplicates in real life. And bill was passed by the house The Duce in a characteristically then be put aside-knowledge, serv- only$11 I Don't miss o.t on this remarkable offer.

;treasured: by a vote of 268 to 129. It was be- bombastic speech told the people ice, communion, will all be perfectand Write today.DENTON'S.

E\'l lieved the senate measure also about it, and delighted cheers greeted complete.He .

types. The list is almost endless would be put through successfullyat his defiance of the opponents of would not, however, turn away

\' Sam Weller, Sairy Gamp, DanielQuilp once. Then it would be up to con- fascism. from his present privilege and duty.

; Uriah Heep, Mrs. Nickelby, ferees from both houses to iron out I Since it isGod's will that he should Facial Magnesia
t Mr. Micawber, Mr. Pecksniffs, a the differences. There was doubt
lf; abide in'the flesh he will do it in SELECT 1 ,
:?: dozen more. that final enactment could be obtained Landon Won't Run Again 1 fJ
: such a way as to make it literallytrue pRODUCTS.InC. }
What writer since Dickens has before adjournment of the extraordinary M. LANDON definitely that to him "to live is Christ." 4402-23rd St. r'" -
'- been able to perpetuate one-tenth so session. himself from the Long Island City,N.Y. 1Enclosed
pres- Every life has a purpose and that
find$1 1
many characters? There is' Tark- idential campaign picture of 1940 by
ruling passion which controls and (cash or stamps) 1
::: ington with his Penrod and his Alice announcing in Washington that he for which send me your 1
More WPA SpendingH directs a life is what should be
( Introductory 1comblaation.
,. Adams there Mark special
4 ; was Twain with would not be a candidate for nom- into .
written the sentence "To
; : his Huck Finn and Colonel Mulberry ARRY HOPKINS, WPA admin- ination by the Republican party and me ;
to live is What is it-money
,: Sellers. There lately has been Sin- istrator, announced that increased would not accept the honor if it 1Name
;',' clair Lewis with two picturesque unemployment was compelling were offered him. He added that position, pleasure, sin? Or is it : .________________...___ 1
If he is then
Christ? life
creations, to wit: Babbitt-and Sin ihe WPA to increase its expenditures he was not retiring from politics, your : Street Addtesa------------------ G
enter into the New Year with
clair Lewis. by$23,000,000 a month. He said but you
active in his
it will and City------------.States---------- .
that be full
IRVIN S. COBB its employment rolls now totaling party. I assurance .......E................
and useful.
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sr2 h+ t Mrs. Duff-Some things go with-
FARM LIVE STOCK out saying.

id' )' Duff-Yes, my dear, but not

your tongue.

1 1s f 4y Not Until 1940 or 1941 Will
1 ; fr Average Be Reached.By ., In FiguresMotherinlawWhy
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w aF
$ T4 ; y. don't you
R. C. Ashby. Chief In Live Stock Marketing and Nellie stop scrapping? A man
University of Illinois.-WNU Service and his wife should be as one.
Not until 1940 or 1941 will live
Hankins-But we really are 10.MotherinIawHow's .
: stock numbers be back to average,
based on the outlook for meat ani- HankinS-Well
in Nellie's mindshe's
mals according to the United States
the one and I'm the naught.HE .
Bureau of Agricultural Economics.The .

trend in 'all live stock num-

bers is expected to be upward dur- KNOWS

ing the next few years, with the

.,J }l'> : larger production of feed in'1937 expected -
to result in an expansion in cm '

S hog-production and in cattle feedingin '

( : 1938.

f' s I r it.: rr: If feed crop production in the next Q T
three or four years is equal to aver- -
( age, supplies of feed will be largein

relation to number of live stock, _.

and live stock prices will be highin '-.. .
/, tii+ nl t< relation to feed prices. Such a :
?4"ri.a ry'w
situation would be the reverse of ,
: Teacher told you ,to stand in
that which has existed in most of
/1 4r the corner, Jimmie! Do you-know
the four :
past years. how much you have moved?
Total of meats excluding
supplies ,
Jimmie-Yas'm only moved
poultry, are expected to be largerin two feet.
1938, but will continue to be less

than average. The increase in total \
f supplies of meats will likely BackwardA
4 high school girl seated next
and ;
'a } fJy'roa y. come in the last half of the year
and the bet- to a famous astronomer at a din-
will be largely in pork
ner party, struck up1'a conversa-
ter grades of beef.It .
s.tw I de- tion with him by asking, "What do
now that consumer
'S appears
n yM.w w ::',,i$ mand for meats in 1938 probably you do in life."
arv He replied, "I study astron-
will be somewhat' less "
A than in 1937, the weaker demandand omy. -
tend- "Dear me," said the girl, "I fin-

SedX1c.w.+r ryn .....+..w.:+.f.nsr..c.n.+.: ., .sw.:..,.!. --W-"tRi.N2i. .a.ns.y.: .{\. wa.G r ing toward larger supplies a lower probably level of meat ished astronomy last year."

and live stock prices.
Eye slowness of blondes makes
pened to rest upon his rifle standingin in 'The Christmas Carol' and in Because of the drouth of 1934 and

the corner of the log room. "That the Bible. I read that verse that ,,,1936, the volume of pork producedin them less safe as drivers, is anoptometrist's

0g gun or Joe Hathway's will some told of peace and good will to man. the past three years has been warning, but most

day tell the tale," he said _to him- Said to myself, 'My family is all much below average. As a, result men will just wink at it.

self. He meant that one day, likeso gone-the last was Mary. She left the total production of meats in this

many others down the lonesome the book to get me on the right period_ has been much below aver- No Bearing ;

i stream, either he or Joe would go track. There's nothing in this hoi-. age. Production of beef and veal Magistrate (a non-motorist- ".1

-and using a common mountain expression has been somewhat larger than The officer 'has stated that you

"with his boots on." He /,1j/ average since 1933. If feed-crop pro- used bad language when'you were
4tftli 1
did not care-life had come to mean duction continues near the 1937 level stopped. ::
but little for him. "-/ fb 6y during the next few years, the trendin Motorist-Well, you see, I was '::

While Jim was thus dreaming, pork production will be upward, in a tantrum at the time.

ki, .. Joe Hathway sat in another log but such production 'probably will Magistrate-The make of your
'ssr s st@rTy cabin but a few yards down the not reach a level equal to the 1925- car doesn't interest me in the "

g r stream. By chance Joe's attentionwas 29 average before 1941. least. 1

called to a book on a shelf.

The school teacher had given it to Turkeys Do Very Tell Willie i

was not to be any his daughter who had died from Young Willie-Please, teacher, what

THERE I tree at the little the epidemic on the creek. The title Well in Breeding Flock did I learn today? ,'

at the head of Smoke I appealed to him-"The Christmas Turkey growers, who will make a Teacher-Why, Willie, what a '1

Creek that year; and of the several Carol. He took the book and be- business of producing turkey hatch- peculiar question! ,"

families who lived there, not more gan to read. Page after page and ing eggs this winter, may wonder Willie-Well, that's what they'll ,

than half were expecting Santa chapter after chapter, he read on. whether to use breeding stock selected "ask me when I get home. "
Dlaus.] The dark days had left the It was the first book Joe had ever from the fall crop of turkeysor :jOn

aismal] little valley or hollow even read. It filled him with new visions He Noticed Something Like a Card whether older turkeys will make the Block .J
than it had been in and new of thinking. He readon
more gloomy Tacked on Hathway's Door. the best breeders. Boss (storming-You're fired. -
better when the mines till midnight and had been ,so
years, across '
Marsden turkey expertin
Stanley J. Stenog-Fired. How you talk. I ?
impressed that he decided to read low for me more. Maybe I can
the ridge in the next hollow gave a any of
''the United States Department supposed they sold slaves. ,,i
:ome; employment to the heads of chapter from the Bible before goingto find work by New Year's over on research indicatesthat '

the families of Smoke Creek. bed. By mere accident the chap- Cedar Creek' You and I never could .Agriculture well-matured, says young hens and

Jim Knox, who lived at the very ter was one on the birth at Bethle- get along. So to make things better satisfactory for SMALL SIZE LAs1.20ZE
fully as
head of the stream, was perhapsthe hem. Its teaching overpowered him for us both hereafter I am leavingat' breeders toms are older turkeys. In 60c G,. s

most unhappy of all in the -he had found the more abundantlife. daybreak. And Jim as I say as are turkeysare reRn2
the from
fact young
.:little "settlement." His wife and 'Good-bye,' I also wish to say, eggs fertile and
to be more
child of had died 'Peace on earth good will to men.' .
:only a son seven, Furthermore .
likely to hatch better. o -,
and his nearest neighbor was Joe On Christmas morning when Jim And as another result of "The hens will lay more eggs. +
Hathway, a bitter enemy with whom Knox went out to the spring for a Christmas Carol" two mountaineerswere young Brings Blessed Relief
ne had had difficulties. So Of course, if a turkey grower has from aches and pains of
many pail of water he noticed somethinglike better men, and though they
number of
that lonely night of Christmas eve a card tacked on Joe Hath- had no Christmas cards or presents, kept records of the eggs RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
each of,his older turkeys laid during -
is Jim sat before the open wood way's door. He saw no smoke from and no holiday programs, the pineson and LUMBAGO
are, with the light of blazing hick- the chimney. Taking in the water, the hillsides seemed a bit greener their first year, those egg rec- Try a bottl Why Suffer?
of the .
Dry logs his only company: he was cautiously he approached Joe's cab- and the music of the streams ords may show that many -.EN: :''''II c1.I.'A ,) .t1lq"i" .H 1-.a
not without fear for his own safetyhe in door, and read the note which seemed sweeter. older turkeys are likely to make bet-
knew Joe Hathway had threat- said: Western Newspaper Union. ter breeders than are the untried "

ened his life. "Dear Jim: You will find me b: \ young turkeys. But the mere fact

As he sat dreaming his eyes hap- gone. I was reading some last nightbe 2- = ...nI that one turkey is older than an-
that it will
other is no guarantee To Get Rid of Acid
make a better breeder. And Poisonous Waste .
married there, in our own home, been too hasty; had been governedby Your kidneys help to keep you-well :
Dad, on Christmas eve." his prejudices. One couldn't by constantly filtering waste matter
First Aid Kit for ,FarmA from the blood. II your kidneys get
Young Tom had choked a bit as measure the present generation by functionally disordered and fail to

he saw the look on his father's face the one of ,his day. Tom, Jr., was first-aid kit for the farm home remove excess of impurities the whole, there system may and be
-"I'm sorry, Dad; I do appreciateall no fool; he should have trusted him should contain a book on first aid to body-wide I distress.I

you've done for me, 'but the to do the right thing; what right the injured; a small drinking glass; nation Burning may, be scanty a warning or too of frequent some kidneyor _rl-.

hand writes and moves on,' and it's had he to interfere; to say how any two gauze bandages, two inches by bladder diaturbance.

,all settled. Be a good sport, Dad, life should be lived? ten yards; two gauze bandages, one I persistent You may headache suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness, ;

and come to our wedding and giveus Suddenly he wanted to have a inch by ten yards; one all-cotton elas- getting up nights swelling, puffiness _;
4Jw your blessing'" But he hid share in the joyfulness. He reachedfor tic bandage, two inches by standard; played under the out.eyes-fed weak, nervous/all ;,

turned on his boy. "Never!" he his hat, but remembered it was one package of absorbent cotton; one In such cases it is better to rely on a

cried. "See my son married to a too late for shopping, but there was box of band-aid; one roll of adhe- medicine acclaim than that on has something won country-wide: leas favor-

cheap dancer; a common"YoungTo his check book. What if Tom refused sive plaster, two inches by ten ably known. Use Doan's Pills. A multi'J
tude of grateful people recommend
face was white. "Stop, Dad, his tardy offering? The eager yards; one package of sterilized Doan's. Ask: your "ciohborlB
2I;lf4 look died. There was a loud ringingof gauze of five yards; one triangular

the door bell and the sound of bandage; six sterilized gauze pads;

rushing feet-the door was flung one tourniquet made Of a handker-

MADSEN sat beside the open. There was Tom, looking just chief or wide muslin; safety pins;

I TOM and gazed moodily at like he used to when he came to small scissors; tongue depressors; WNU-7 51-37 I

I blazing logs, as the sparks him for comfort. "Dad, we just bar of soap; ammonia; camphor,

spiraled upward. Outside flakes of have to have you. Sally sent me to and some emergency disinfectant, Index of Value
snow beat against the window paneto bring you. It's Christmas." Tom, such as iodine or mercurochrome.- A Sure

the chime of the church bells a Sr., held out his arms. "We won't Wallaces' Farmer.

ringing peace and good will to all M disappoint Sally, son." 11(11111111( is knowledge of amanufacturer'
the earth. Western Newspaper Union. Keep Some Yearling HensA and

1. there"Peace such," a Tom thing muttered.on earth?"Was Not ip t :> *: 3 flock of properly selected year- III 1111111 what it stands name for. It is

, ling hens is more valuable for the most certain method
for him, anyway. He had staked Christmas 'of Old DescribedThe llhIIIIIIIII ,
everything on his boy. Been both Illinois State Journal thus describes breeding purposes than,,ar> :equally IIIIIIIIIIII except that of actual

: father and mother to him-given, Christmas day 80 years ago good flock of pullets.;;according to miiiiiiiiiii use, ,for judging the

! him the advantage of the best in Springfield, 111., in Lincoln's day, C. E. Rohde, of the Misso ri.experi-because IIIIIIIIIIIl value of any manufactured
station. This is true
i schools, with a law partnership "I'm Sorry, Dad; 1 Appreciate' "Christmas was a delightful day, ment hens retained''for this pur- uhIIIIIIIlI goods. Here is the
for him his office just mild and }I.J..ct; cold enough for yearling
I waiting in own ; All You've Done for Me." have demonstrated their worthas only guarantee against
and what did he get? "Sorry to fun, and the juvenile portion of the pose With the most careless workmanship or

disappoint you, Dad, but 1 don't or I might forget you are my fath- town made the most of it. Such a careful profitable selection birds.''this will not be Buy use of shoddy materials.
seem to be cut out for law. Sally er"-and he had rushed out of the popping of firecrackers and explo- ,
and 1 want to find happiness in house. sion of gunpowder at every-turn and true of as high a percentage of pul-
selected for' general breeding ADVERTISED GOODS
our own way. I mean to buy the old That had been three long months corner was a caution to timid ladies lets

Wormlev farm and Sally and 1 will ago. An eternity for him. He had and scary horses." purposes =_ ., 4


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and amplif of his death which occurred suddenly Read Wise Books I NOTICE:-If you buy your fruitcake ,.:,"l ::7.<':

The Clewiston News I individuals often, picked leads up men and m' .- at 1 o'clock Sunday morning at "Men do well to read wise get one of Mrs Gravely's "'-:: ,
ed, situations from which they the home of his sister, Mrs. Floy books," said Hi Ho, the sage oi Prize Winning cakes. Price 75c per : :

:33- tions into Mauck in Fort Myers. Chinatown. "Even though they do lb. 5 lbs. or over 70c. Box 116, La- ;;.
Friday In Clewistt, find it impossible to not understand them, they are do- Belle, Fla.IANGEIRENOECEIPT. '
Published every NEWS, in America approach anotl Mr. Mauck was a past post commander ,4It'
Florida, by: the ing no harm when thus engaged. \
Inc. er Christmas season, instead of permitting of the American Legion .F l

our hearts and minds to be-< post in Fort Myers and past chef de I :

KEATJ1M1Y;: UOWDEX, Editor come poisoned with the venom of gare of the Forty and Eight and also NOTICE -I

I malice, hatred and ill will, we shoul served as state officer of the Forty

of fervent thanks and Eight Society., Last summer he > ? -
offer a prayer
matter up
Entered as second class t Notice is hereby given that the
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office In that in a sorely troubled world we went abroad with a party of Legio.tnaires Annual meeting of the stockholders

Clewlston Florida. under the Act ot are still at peace, we are still a fre9 after attending the national of First Bank of Clewiston will be

March 3, 1597.Subscription I people, and despite our problem convention in New York.' He had vis- held in the office of the Bank at

I and difficulties we stand today among ited the Clewiston] post on several Clewiston, Florida, Thursday, Jan

late $..00 Per Yenr. the nations of the earth favored occasions. uary 6th, 1938 at Eight O'clock P.

Advertising notes On Application beyond the status of any othei Funeral services were conductedin M.

morning by ELBERT L. STEWART,
As we assemble at the family Fort Myers Tuesday
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Yuletide season, let Rev. R. A. Gray of Fort Myers and Cashier.
of Clewiston and Hendry Count, hearth-side this Dec. 17, 24, 31, 1937.
of Atlanta.
Dr. Wallace Rogers
that the occasion goes
us not forget
farther and deeper than the tins land ( ( I I

THE CHRISTMAS:: SEASON tissue that surrounds us. Let HOLLYWOOD CELEBRITY TO o 7r t mree 7otato"1s3tr Prr kn"ta'rr ar dia'ta"i3'ri'dFotr

us realize that the ability to FOU MAKE WATERWAY TRIP BUDGET PLAN -

Long, long ago a Blessed Chil GIVE is often as important as th OURS

was born on earth, a gift of a loving I ability to GIVE and that those wh Roland West, retired motion pIc-
ture producer of Hollywood and the ,";,
father to his children. unselfishly GIVE of themselves are d
celebrate His birtl, live and understand "mystery man" in the death of the :tr
Each year we the only ones who truly '
and give to each other gifts significant the real joy and happines screen star, Thelma Todd, docked his It is as simple as it sounds, ],;;

of the One Great Gift of the of the day we term "Christmas". palatial yacht, "Miramar" in Fort t t'l937 tg tr too. All you need is a modest .'1
Tuesday and will remain there down payment.Then the bal-
Myers I
Loving Father.If And now, having unburdened myself -
few before making the trip ance is spread over a period,
as individuals and as a nation of the more serious thought a days repayable monthly just like ,
the state through the cross-
we can at this season renew withi that came crowding themselves upon across rent. No worry, no bother- '

ourselves the desire to be more kindly me on this occasion, I take this opportunity state waterway, according to a story and you have something to iiiishow

in In ,the Fort Myers News-Press Tues- for your money. ,
forgiving and more generous to wish you and yours ;aI

our relations with each other, thi I most Merry and Joyful Christma day morning.Mr. Whether your income is smallor
West told reporters of the large, you can find the
of the birth oC Happy and Prosperous -
observance I
annual and a Bright, ,.
home for the amount '
the Blessed Child will be in accord New Year. l'ortMyers paper that he purchasedthe g exact can afford monthly. If ;t
and made his first trip to you
with the spirit of the First Christ But I shouldn't be taking any;; you want to build, use our _.
Florida in twenty years for the sole Consultation K
mas. more of your time when you have ft 1937if Home
purpose of making the trip through Service for ideas-without "
many last minute details to look after the: new waterway being lured by the r obligation. Learn now how :,:
BmUmZDDgu.aa aaasa8aa.asm. I'll leave now with tin 1tl I
so you lescription of the, trip given in the i easily you can own your homo ?
thought that a mighty nic favorable prices. ':
timely at present
"Motor Boating" magazine a few .
Too Late To Classify thing to do right now would be to months ago. He is an enthusiastic i

drop in the newspaper office and pay; Boatman. 1 .' ': ,

qfassell KayIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHB pour respects, or better still-youi; Paul BusseyContractor
By Mr. West was a business partner
subscription. You know a dollar 01 Clewiston Federal .;;
of Miss Todd's in a 'Hollywood cafe
> 30 extra at this season comes ir
it the time of her death and was
eighty .handy to a country editor Savings and LoanAssociation :
The other evening I met a frienc frequently referred to in news accounts :

on the street. He had his arms lad I FOR COMPLIMENTThe of her mysterious death as y

en with Christmas packages. As we he "mystery man". LI ,;}. ;:

The "Miramar" is a seventy foot
waited for our car I master of the house rang for i ,',
raft which purchased in New
the international l : was
turned grave
he maid. The girl was in the actof
Orleans. Mr. West is accompaniedby
situation. and and before .
> cleaning pots pans -
his wife and business associate,
ain't our
"There no could herself, her employer ,'
she tidy
notes to them damn Japs," he says,, entered the kitchen to see Miss Queenie Shannon. -t << -t: -t:' -t .I J !G : /7) < ,-

"we ought to send some bombersover Iii ,'. ,
what was, delaying Christmas 'i! -
hell out of
and blow
H looked at her dirty hands and (With Apologies to No One) <:stf
'em. he said, "but
ace. "My word, Mary",
that is the
To give or not to give,
"Not changin' the subject or nothin' 1'1 ':'
ou're pretty dirty, aren't you. C '
John," I remarks, "but how old question, 'i1
"Yes sir she
smiled ,
1 Mary
is that boy of yours-I haven't seen eplied, "but I'm prettier clean.- Some trifling trinketry of gift shop 9
him now for several :years. Seaside Chronicle.WILLIAMSONHAMPTON.
At the mention of his boy'the hard Vhitley To please the spirit of some lady fair E

And hear her answer back to me-
look on John's face softened, his set

jaw relaxed. "You ought to see "Give more!"
How then should I' respond in sucha -I
him," he beamed. "He is nineteenand -
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hampton of ? W l 9 3
case 19 3 7 -
a handsome devil if I do say so 6eabe
myself. Just got home from school LaBelle announce the engagementf Forsooth, my cash has ebbed to its

their daughter, Lucille, to Neal last stand,
last night.
"Ever visualize 'him, mangled and I i Williamson of Clewiston, the marri- For board and room new clothes, a

buried in the slime and I age to take place during the Christmas show or two r Ih
crushed, half i Tril-TtTs sjT 5r7 :?rjy
with flockof holidays. Owing to the serious Sap at my earnings like .the wind- t :!'S: Lf2'', _SSsfT_ ...s?>j.jLa* H- 8JQi|..| f|
mud of a foreign soil, a t ,I---- ,:.. II. -', -' -. & %-; 358JJ38JjS5, -r.=&s
illness of Miss Hampton's great- sand.
buzzards overhead? I asked.

"Good God, man," he stammered, randfather, T. E. Hedges, who Or should their anger I invoke by _' ,
lakes his home with them, the wedding negligenceTo
paling, "how can you say such a a
plans are indefinite. treat their wishes Iwith sweet '
? & Development Corp.
ghastly thing of Clewiston Realty
Miss Hampton is member oneof regard?
"It isn't a very pleasant thought",
Hendry co'unty's oldest families, shall all remain dear '
No! They
encouraged it
I admitted, "but you --1 1'dr
with your tirade about bombin' the a graduate of LaBelle High School friends to me, j '
and Florida State College for Women. I'll write to each of them a Christ- '"
Japs. You know it's boys like yours She is a popular member of the mas card. "r ta3Ta't taiot F L'i t$ trto1 i.t i tat.aiat r2.7 do oic ta:a"c7otais r 'rc ttcTol lJlJ'( }..'arr 'o! \< ,;:
that will have to fly the ships and

drop the bombs, and I' was just won- \lewiston school faculty. ;- j:
resided in
Williamson has
derin' if you'd thought about that King Wed Cousin lS ;

when you were mouthin' so free a- lewiston for several years. He is Almost 1,000 years ago the Eng- i ii !)!(

bout what ought to be done." nployed by the United States Sugar lish king, Edwy the Fair, wed, Without I gfk

I agree with :you. John, the bomb- Corporation and is foreman atRitta benefit of clergy, ,a cousin, Eth- I":

ing of the Panay and other American Plantation.Miss elgiva. The clergy seized, branded .

ships in Chinese waters was unfor- Hampton was honoree at a and banished the eighteenyearoldgirl ;,L,.
dessert to Ireland and forced the kingto
delightful "topsy turvy" ,
tunate, but I hardly feel it justifiesa 1 1937
afternoon byMiss abdicate. He died of grief. .
ridge given Friday ClewistonTelephone .
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declaration of war, and since Ja- -":'

pan has humbled herself as never be- Madge. Hull and Miss Evelyn :, ", ,., I -J f-:
arhans. Pronunciation of Word "Zoe" -
fore in her history to make amends, .' >.
The name "Zoe" is from the '-:" I
meeting every demand of our gov- >
HUGH S. MAUCK Greek word meaning life and is i :: Ii
ernment, it seems to me that we $
--- pronounced in two syllables, Zo-e : !f
might give heed to the admonitionof __
Clewiston friends of Hugh S.Mauck .J. : (*
One who came long ago at thi '
popular insurance broker Mirabelle, Tiny Plum Company ,: ; KS
with the "Peaco on
season ,, .
Mirabelle is a species of tiny plum "
Earth Good Will Toward Men." and prominent Legionnaire, of Fort '.
in France. It is used for
M'ers grieved to learnLii grown
talk of thoughtless
It is the loose
jam, tarts and mirabelle liqueur. .. '', .. "
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"OLD CHRISTMASES I (able article by Capt. Samuel A. Ashe, :!:- t ( ::Jf f:3'f1" :iJ1
J''meow in his 97th year and possibly !
t' 4 6a REMEMBER, 1845.186:: | the only surviving officer of the by

Regular Army of the Confederacy.

Under this heading the December I Spending his childhood on a plantation -
,'t I Wilmington, Ashe .. .,. :1 w.oor'-'It. ..y ':,',....:.. ..
k \r: LI LIig4 Progressive Farmer prints a remark- near Capt. ;:s ";t. : :--- :' h

!was I fully familiar with the tradi ;l4<< @' h '$. y jJ.lJ ;;;: 1M R R 4 CtiimTMASgALSTON'S I
tional customs of the Old South. We "f1 v;:
quote these extracts from his article: W '" k t:1- 93I
I i 7 Jtf./!
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; "Whites and blacks alike looked iiI ..a... ---O t .. .. l"'..:.<. r i11'iJ'
forward with joyful anticipation to it f:1
of f "T.; jI I it
i the coming of Christmas. Prepara- f4 i 1 J; ;{"7l$

I tions began weeks before hand. In .tf.. (.itf: (":: "" 1.1 $' -Y 1"-i

the kitchen, cakes, pies and puddings I!#. \ .. ri';; :: ;
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' Es 6,. P were stored away. Wild turk- to 7.1.... : ... ....... {;.-.":i.S..;:: !if
I i 7J)17. ;. !
ey, venison and other game were i iI :' >;-J( ':' "':'''1..:
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cool weather $ ': ,.. : : ; y l I tChristian
prepared and the : preceding .
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4 4 ::1 i Christmas was utilized for f :;. :"; '! .. i(! ;:;:t:' M
I the busy and happy time among the -"; r..r.; ;:: ,.1ft"iJo'U..
bt ': "'" .J.H: : : "
c cb .r. t'iii
I(servants known as 'hog-killing time'.

I "According to old English tradition : r!
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nlrl a R! 7L 5' +?i g
churches and houses were
I wreathed with holly and mistletoe?, D 9 Du a
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and the making of these wreaths Texaco ServiceStationv B ?
I was the sc-ne of delightful gatherings '

of young folks, the young men 9
. I .
cutting the holly, which with their ,
; W. WV Perry j jI assistance was" to be woven by the R. C. XOWLIXG -
AGENT j deft fingers of the ladies into 1 U
wreaths. Much tender touching of
I Sugarland Service RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY. hands resulted, and kissing under ij I37YCifCvf
&/ "" -t ;:: ;::.t: roiioBto7. )4 i1'Orost ro} } 't3} } '
y I\C. j the mistletoe was not only permis-

I 41k: Station andATLANTIC sible but expected.
? "Later came the Christmas din- ,
-t::-tr .& s tCt "'' .t: : -t<< .ti: <<
a COAST LINE i.i.f ner. Looking back, I see again the
GLEN ETHERTOX long table spotlessly white, adorned ;
RAILWAY COMPANY:: { with candles and holly, the long row .i

I t / \\l of children, grandchildren, uncles, .
y c aunts, cousins and guests. i
I Sr tJf "fA r9r roPrw r r ror'r r r 't r i Ml'
f "There were driving and riding !

I parties in which both ladies and gen- l'w

I tlemen took part and much hunting."In .

.1-t t: -t:; f-t:: : -! f-t:: tW the evening at Christmas, as l'W
1 B fiW at other times, the older people enjoyed -
#" whist or some other game,
y M! while the younger ones amused

i I themselves with games and dancing, I if

4 I I music and singing, sometimes plays,
tableaux, and impromptu charades,
(g.eM f' and much of the now nearly lost art

,The of amusing must not conversation."I forget the. 'crooners'on ''1. '!1ij M. 11E11 i"WI lm1- I...

'J I Christmas evening-young people I
1t 11'a gaudily dressed! in every describable tlM ,'Iir
F )I ( r>1' ar 'i } ? Ciewistonn
} who went from house to house
/ garb
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/ \\ Z v\." singing carols and receiving in return ii. < > -( : A
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cakes and apples. ':..
Laundry AndSEMINOLE "
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"No matter how the evening had ;

I CHEER. been spent it was apt to end in danc- .' $
,." ing. I do not recall having seen any

B OO }I ;: ". '. I waltzing, although we had the polka g N

", ':.. t and schottishe. Most of the dances I .

1 1s were square, country, or contra .' ota} }s,}o7 id:h dZtatQe'a} }::-r:t '"(":>t 2 t" 5a22lS 'rid}d} Rtlt t::rEc} ro''f dtot dr } ias(:tte o r 4 "
I dances. Chairs were set back, the
Mk .
''f. Ij! ., .. oJ< s floor cleared, andfa"ther" \ mother f ,
"' 3-1 .t -t tt r.t 1 Qz z syst -tC.' -s young people, and children danced.
= Somebody at the piano or some 'Old t: ;' :' t:' :: .tt -t.t-t.. S' XtS: -t S!( 2'S 4S
\ Black Joe' with his banjo furnishedthe ij f.iA

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G Set the candles all ashine -
I I With their brave light; ;

Hang the frosty evergreenIn I Iij
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each room tonight.

g Deck the Christmas tree:with: stars;
5 Load it with love-giving-- -
gF Only selfless hearts may know ::...- lLI a
Ecstasy of living.

i Carolers are all about, B t J Y LI fl
I W u Chimes the winds are bringing;

F IEf blN And drifting softly down the years,

Sound of angels singing:
UU "Peace on earth-" Oh, let us heed!
-, And keep with prayerful 'mirth 6U

Ijf This the down night when Heaven came I U I HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS

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; Tp dwell in homes of earth. .
Ford Sales & Service

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.r,. ;.".-r t1 4 (Omitted Last Week) ':..t f0lr> r7r r ;aaor r3} a&Srrjs; i t iSi.'t2r3r rar3t3 js( r a r r 11 t 3t1f}3 t 51 *12atsis3GaGi3ieisiyGG& "
Why is it when death takes a Cl05'3friend

.". titr12 we find it so difficult to give
I W "':: !it: .( -t .te::
I expressions to our thoughts and feel- : -teg:
!1I A
:I JJ 1 t2}W-r o t"a} r9 2'r2'r"'r9err"dr3'"t2r3'rdL' } 'w ro} } 3r r2i:: } t 'rotoi."t57"r2t"}omrc'm r '} otF ings? It is the one time when more >$! ,
words seem utterly inadequate.The -
I I passing this week of W. G. I

Brorein, president of the Peninsular ;i
Telephone Company and president I
I, .( J e;: ::.t( : J.t": .tf.: -te:: :: ii: Florida Fair, leaves his
, ,,, !>1 of the t JI t\ g
hi state and his city stunned. #
H Countless columns in. tribute to \ \
I. a \ I
this great and kindly man will be \\ .
written by abler writers than I, but __. I, \J
i Ii 1937JOYOUS CSTfflA5I937 L' none who write can feel more deeply 'd \ I 9 cJ'J 7
!, 'l! "', : :;.;>": '
W 4, his passing. ,-;;: _: '" I
the of our -
During many / ."
33 a close association we conferred often
g g by 'phone. Always, when he liflad IFRIDAY

I gt the receiver in answer to a _call, his .

first words were, "All --right".
t! t
I I I WI Never was his response the 'con- "ttf h
ventional "Hello". ? i tiz

I:, And those two little words, to my ,

U mind, typify the man and his life. I:
"\V. G. Broiein" and "All right"'are '
; to who knew him, the name
; synonomous.And \ z ROYAL LUMBER CO.

I 4 w I am sure, when the last call i j jI
Beyond, W. G.
\ came from the Great
J. E. BEARDSLEY { Brorein answered, as he had always

M answered, just two little words thit:

Real Estate ia express, as no others, the thought I .. ?.
: if tI that all is well: := )a.1r F7 n+7
a }a} r t 'rr F ir Fs} t t
I It :> 'tot"r j72 } i
I / "All TIi ht", Pt"'r r r3t t 7::t at 7r} }T4atar ""9tm r f t
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I By Isabelle S. Thursby, Extension i I"" t,
Economist in Food Conservation. iii n ion i A
e e,1 To give real Joy at Christmasserve tmmm tttmd .

your friends these delicious
home-made cookies and candies. The f )' "
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following are especially choice old- A U s
time recipes and will "go over" big.

They aren't merely Christmas can- \\ M Deck the halls vDvtk boughs of Dolly t
CoIf TMflSw ]A ed G7s 1 dies and cookies, but all-year-round ;
reliables. = Sis the .sea501to be joU .. f. a

Old-Time Pralines : fj

5 C. E. Miner, Inc. This is supposedly an authentic ti, .
Creole praline. Anyway, it is authen-

Insurance Oglesby Ice } tically good! NALL'S LIQUOR STORE
3 cupfuls of granulated sugar

'c WE INSURE EVERYTHING 1rf CompanySUNRISE 1 cup of cream or rich'milk 8
1 teaspoonful of grated orange g MR. AND MRS. B. 'E. NALL, Sr. SOUTH CLEWISTON aL'

HEREAFTER"" i'u rind y (
2 cupfuls of pecan kernels or !& itS
M /
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El mixed nuts (pecans and

.. black walnuts) 1gt
Dash of salt AA
G 3 r71 a 2 r f t t "ror lof3r r.r a., 1 cupful of granulated sugar, : s tt&T 'Si 2i b :;&3K 4 r: b. A tlv q.h( b

t caramelizedBoil

the ,3 cups of sugar with the
cream and rind in a large, deep ket- -- 4t.f
tle until it forms a soft ball (as for
.teJ.; t: -<<-t:: *= .c ..ct: .tC: -tCt : xfJ fudge) when tested in cold water. !;: << : -i:: ;: -t: .e:!
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Vhilethis syrup is cooking, melt 11A0

9I ==:.'" =__ the remaining cupful of sugar in a r
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r.HRI TmAS 'I until it reaches the pale golden 9b' j
i i brown caramel stage. When both ,
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1'1 --- -' i-; syrups are ready, carefully add thecaramelizpd
*" ,k )} --=---- \\\ :'" '"\t ; IIIIi sugar to the first syrup, !! .. % 11V
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t -- _{i\\ -- _-- : stirring with a long spoon
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; 2 \m R it foams Test immediately for n
::! '., up.
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1:4: Iti5 \'I: .."::;".. 19K3 7 BifI "!\\.':" =-- ==-'';! Pi I remove from the heat and let cool
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-- Iii almost to luke-warm, then add the
T'I1 =-- i$ vanilla, nuts, and salt, and beat until J

BE iJ T mI ium iJ ;:-::= stiff and creamy, as for fudge. Dropin
". fat cakes on a buttered cookies E'
t 6a,.
sheet. Make 30 to 36 paralines.
Nut Brittle

CAFE iBis (The Best of All Nut Brittles) e ROYAL'S pGroceries

i'ii -"" Boil 1 1-2 cups of granulatedsugar M
one-half cup of corn syrup Dry
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hi and two-thirds cup of water to aboutj 1
:t ". ()t $ :t- ,, 2t i j 270 degrees F., or until brittle in cp -t:,.:'<< : ? S SS4 !StC.e;CCKtS J Z"S'C' SJ iStC> SS tt
cold water; add two tablespoonfuls]
of butter and half a pound of small

raw (Spanish) peanuts (blanchedor
.- ... .. --. not, as desired) or pecans. Stir
: and cook' the nuts in the syrup until
(' (' :t ( 't "' t
yB they are thoroughly cooked; add a !(2 .-l
teaspoonful of soda dissolved in a I .
tablespoonful of cold water, and stir SIIf .
vigorously. When the mixture is

through foaming, turn, ,it on to an

oiled marble or platter, let cool ,
g somewhat, then turn with a spatula If
and pull ,into as thin a sheet as pos-
ij sible and break into preferred size


f J men qhri" fmas 1937R 1-3 1 square cup'Honey honey of bitter Pecan: chocolate Fudge n

-,, 2 cups granulated sugar .
YJ (I 1-4 teaspoon salt !J"" ..s
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1 milk I:, '
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"'" r" cup t1 ''. Iii
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4 tablespoons butter / ,
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1 tablespoon vanilla extract I. ); .... R
HM 1 cup nut meats ijW;! JtE !('f1..t --4) 037 I A

Cf Melt chocolate over hot water in /
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saucepan in which the candy is to'be
t cooked. Add honey, sugar, and salt, Tya
CLEWISTON BEER PARLOR i and stir until well blended. Then ti ;!
f1._ add the milk and butter. With occasional THE NIBLACKS .
stirring, cook rapidly to the w. .-. iS
; JOHN ELMORE ...,... ..- ; PETE CHAGARIS H '" ," '' .
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: -- !if softball, stage (336 degrees F.) At '. ,
I the instant the candy is done, remove LAKE DRUG COMPANY :; :
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tot I I it from the fire and I set in a Jq
pan of cold water. When cooled to i.I
yM lukewarm, add ,vanilla and beat until 1 r
2r r (." br r l :f t f3r t r r3r7r S r2r"a>a r r r5r l 2 r2r a:t 02f: !S vr: ;,3S t f552 f 3DjC'S :: stiff. Add nuts and stir just enough f i 9

to distribute, then turn into a but- d? 21- coro cT:t afc (- v1 ? f c f a1 !t"alct t abd a f ic 4ooul. c Yc-t cc o:i'botb.: 7M

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-....................................................................(..........,......(....... Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. Wilbur R. N. Smith, C. E. Robbins, J. E. Take It or Leave It j
? Montgomery and Miss Mary Bell! Beardsley and Mr. and Mrs. J. H., Jud Tunkins says you learn to take YFh '

/ ::.: Personal Mention :=i: Warren* spent Thursday in Belie Doty and 11axineDoty.. The choir the world as you find it after think- 1l ,:
Glade ing the matter over and realizingthat

\ ..x................................. ..............................................1rrtP .. will present, the same program: of there's no choice, this being :
Christmas music at Pahokee Methodist the world of has
7 of only any us actually .
Miss Kathleen Lewis Tampa
Miss Dorothy 1 Craig is .spending
succeeded in finding. -
the holidays at her home in Tarpon arrived Wednesday to spend Christmas Church on Sunday evening, iij'

Springs. with her sister Mrs. W. W. Per- December 26th at 8 clock. -:
te; ,! .v.f -$( {i r
ry and her family.Mr. S ...

Miss Mae Whitten left Saturdayfor I INFORMAL: DANCE FOR 1
4( '
Wilson left f
and Mrs. R. C. : MHS.IAYXAnD'S: BIRTHDAY t r \
Sarasota to spend the Christmas
Wednesday for Marietta to spend ,:
vacation with her parents. I ,
Christmas with Mrs. Wilson's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R.' Oliphant A large group of friends gatheredat
John Elmore and Glen Etherton and other relatives. the Francisco Apartments Thurs-
c+ nrmcz
"were business visitors in West Palm day evening for an informal dance f937l TO y0U ,:1

Beach Monday.Mr. I given by Misses Margie and Katie
and Jenkins Williams
Dr. Mrs. D. ':
Mae Arnstte, Mrs. Kathryn Brown-
l oq1
of Punta Gorda are expected to fz +
and Mrs. G. O. Wallace of spend Christmas Day in Clewiston ing and Mis. C. W. Simmons, in honor .
friends in of the birthday of Mrs. P. S. May- J
Okeechobee visited many
I as guests: of Mr.. and Mrs. Ivey Paf- ( '
Clewiston Sunday.Mr. ..' nard. -
I ford., I
and Mrs. Bob
Attending were Mr.

and Mrs Johnson Powell of Black, Mrs. J. W. Frealy, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Ethertonwere .
Wildwood were Sunday visitors in I" visitors in Miami the latter Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. or "
Clewiston. Broward Scott, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. :
part of the week, going there to attend tI
I Mexis, Mr. and Mrs. Vick Turner, .'
the funeral'of a great aunt of Glades Water '
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Brewer, Mrs. Everett 4
J. H. Maloy of West Palm Beach I Mrs. Etherton. i
McDonald, Mrs. O. W. Hannun, --
were transacting business in Clew-
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Feirra, Mr. lk
iston on Saturday.Mr. Among the Clewiston shoppers in
and Mrs. Dawson Camak, Mrs.
I Fort Myers Saturday afternoon were
I James Barbas, Mrs. Diary Musgravs,
and Mrs. Harry Turner are: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mills and sons, 3 J. W. Ezelle : Company
Mrs. Arthur Hall, Mrs. Pearl Den-
I Christmas ,week-end with4.1relatives I II Misses Louise and Mary Moore, and r r
nis, Aubrey Duncan, HermanPullen,
I in Avon Park. J:Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg.Mr. Dentist
!, I IiI' W. A. Brown, Boe Lolly, B. B. Dusk,
f' Boe Warren, D. L. Pullen, Jack .
Dan B. McCarthy is spending sev- and Mrs. J. M. Glover of Tam- 1f,3
iI' Wynn, Ammon Cook, Carlisle Red-
eral days transacting business in pa returned to their home Sunday
dish, Jim Hall, Wilbur Dyess Har-
Clewiston this week. after spending a few days in Clew-
I old Adams, T. Waldron, jr., Ros- I
iston as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
I Mrs. coe Mathis, James Smith, Miss Renee -
Mr. and Keathley Bowden W. Perry and family..
Wethington, Dorothy Bethea,
and Paul Howard,
! and sons, Kay
Kathleen Chapman, Elsie Lammonsand
were Sunday visitors in Okeechobee.Miss Mr and Mrs. C. E. 'Mills and their
Eva Grantham, Bill Clark Ed- -tt.J Si9 iS SKf& ? *= -tt !( -t<<
sons, Gene and Solon, are spending nSJsl
gar Sims and
Laura Matteson spent the Christmas with Mrs. Mills' parents,

week-end' in Palm City visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Solon Crews in Fort
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matte- i Myers.Mr. l

son. i T Mr. and Mrs.! T. R. Ellis of Alva U
and Mrs. Sam W. Houser have _
announced the marriage of
Miss Saundal Watson is visiting
returned to Clewiston to reside after -
Miss Lucille Hampton at the latter's an absence of several months their' daughter, Elthea, to John El-

home in LaBelle during the Christmas which they spent in Miami. Mr more of Clewiston. The ceremony :

Ii holidays. Houser is connected with the U. S. took place on Friday, December 3rd, I gE IS Ii I

I I Engineers here. at Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. ,, -_ =

:Mrs. G. B. Thomas and daughter, I 'Elmore was honored: following Iw

Mary Louise, left Saturday for Saf- I J. J. Graham d his daughter, ;. the announcement last week? ,

ety Harbor to join Mr. Thomas for Florence, left yesterday for Jackson- with a bridge shower giyen by Miss

the holidays. ville for the Christmas holidays. Dorothy Clarke, Miss Aline Free-

I They joined Mrs. Graham and Sally, man and Miss Edna Malokowsky. in

Miss Bernice Guthrie left Satur- who left two weeks ago. The family Alva. d i _kdwlrLl 1=J.y.JSLt
:day for Dunellon and Rainbow will return the first of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Elmore are residingin s J
Springs to spend the Christmas holidays Clewiston.J. S = 2f i A

with relatives.Mrs. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot with her

children, Barbara, Billy and Bobby,

M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C'I motored. West Palm Beach Thurs- S. CAMPBELL i TURNER'S BEAUTY SHOP ,

Prewitt, Billy, Mauryne, Louise day to meet her brother, Lee John- 4f

r Anne Prewitt spent Monday shopping son, of Lansing, Michigan, who came JewelerWatchmaker !!

in Fort Myers. to spend the Christmas holidays ,--:+:*.'- .. and y
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with the Broadfoot family. -* All Kinds of Jewel} Repairs' ,., :_.

Mrs. B. E. Flaniken, Mrs. J. W. "
Moore, Misses Florine Moore and I Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail Optical Repairs + TURNER'S. BARBER SHOP i'y

Pearl Brantley spent Monday in I left Thursday for Madison to spend AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
West Palm Beach. the Christmas holidays with Mrs.

Nail's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. archr r r r dr dYa l ?otdr"tti r aJr; or ct"r dragr im+id ot!1- F roroG rd,r 7 ratxcis r r4ic r rd mt or ofararararar
Werner Amrein was called to I Munroe. Mrs. Munroe is expecting J. M. COUSE -

Jacksonville the latter part of last to return with them for a visit in
week by the illness of his small Clewiston.Mrs. Counselor and Attorney at Law ra atararor rar ,rSta2rar. rar4a'rarra "r w rar3rara'rararrarar r: rtoral:t ti ft

daughter.Mr. I ft

Forrest C. Taylor returned Hopkins Building / a1&r1

and Mrs. F. C. Augur and I Tuesday from Frankfort, Indiana, Wednesdays and Saturdays

children, Jean and Carol, were Saturday where she was called 'in October by 0:30 to 4:00 ; Glades Power

shoppers in West Palm Beach. the serious illness of her mother.

J 3h Dr. and Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle and I but recovered sufficiently to make L. B. MershonAGENT I 0 U R and ;

daughter, Emma Jane, left Mondayfor the journey home in time for Christ id 4URFETTNESIJ) rn

Graceville, Florida, for a two mas. Her mother is also recovering t '
weeks' visit with relatives. nicely. Rev. Taylor met his wife in ,New. York Life LightCompany Ci'

West Palm Beach. -
Miss Mary Bell Warren left Sat- Insurance CompanyARCADIA .

urday for Newberry to spend the The Clewiston Community Church FLORIDA

Christmas vacation with Misses choir presented its Christmas cantata -

Ethel and Gladys Willis. Moore, "The Haven World's Methodist True Light"church at Sun-the NORGE REFRIGERATORS Ii I 9 3 7 ,:..:J"'; '...:,':. -,.>:''..l.". ..'

Miss Eleanor and Miss Roland day morning. Making the trip to Furniture and Home Furnishings I < : ,-.:'
Luce of Boston have arrived to spend I Moore Haven were Mrs. R. N. Smith, PHILCO RADIOS : ;:

the Christmas holidays with their Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. Joe Robbins, T1
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Luce. i Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Mrs. W. C. Ow- Household FurnishingsInc. '

Another guest in the Luse household : en, Misses Mignonne St. Martin, "' t ti

b-for the holidays is Ralph Mott, also : Mary Markette, Florence Graham R aGrh

fo-, 0 of Boston. I I and Marion Leydig, F. M. Wright, BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA, :: r3"c.'r ra7a a7 r.:-.2ro7 aror r27 r'u roratar"ar rala'iarar. -.:-L'rar a ro at2?sr +ar r3t ar3ru YY
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Ii the The railway pompous carriage old gentleman had been in

Frank Merriwell at Fardale boring his fellow travelers for an
hour or, two with tales of his suc-
cess else.and his superiority to everyone -

The BURT L. STANDISH When the ticket collector
GILBERT PATTEN Original came
... By into the carriage the old gentle-

Y' Gilbert Patten WNU Service man merely looked annoyed and
.;: handed a ticket to the collector,
,'.. ,: who looked at it and remarked:
: "Where are you going, sir?">
..-,, "I "Good gracious, man, can't you
/. .>" CHAPTER Vll:-'Continued ery time he went into a huddle with a send-off Saturday, when it left for And there he found' a cloud read?" shouted the passenger.
'r.,: -11- himself and tried to find the answer Mayfield in the big school truck and gloom also, with much low moaning "You've got my ticket, haven't
tr p"::" Dick Springall, captain of the the thing just wouldn't boil down. several private autos. Nor was he and muffled sounds of pain; for the you?"
... team, was talking to the coach when Still he was ready to bet his life conspicuous by his _absence; for telephone had brought the incredible "I've got your ticket, certainly,
f t Frank entered the little office. Kane that Merriwell was no quitter. He those fellows, even il any of them news 'that Mayfield had licked sir," came the quiet reply. "But
introduced them. Springall shook had seen plenty to' make him dead gave him a passing thought, had Fardale, 14 to 12. it's for a watch."
hands and looked the. freshmanover. sure of that. no reason to imagine he would ever The school was stunned.
About most matters Frank was as do anything they would want to Never since the dark ages before Initials on Linens
k Kane didn't beat about the bush. frank as his name, but when it write home about. Fardale had employed a professional -
-.' "You've played football, haven'tyou came to telling why he couldn't play Sitting alone in his room, he coAch had little Mayfield High Stamp You as Chic
Merriwell?" he asked. football he was as stingy as a slot heard the sounds of the distant ,been able to get within shooting distance _/
"Yes, sir, some." machine. He simply wouldn't give cheering, and the text book on of the Musketeers in a foot- It's smart to "be personal"
"Where?" down. which he had been trying to fix his ball, game. Never until this black when 'marking' linens, for towels,
;. "With Bloomfield high." "Nosey people are annoying, Barney attention was struck by the ague. Saturday, on the morning of which pillow slips, sheets and even per-
"What position?" ," he had said, "but every time He dropped the shivering, thing and the odds that Fardale would win sonal "dainties" make known
"Backfield." / you let them put you on the defensive got up to walk the'floor like an animal again had been the sky against what your. ownership when embroideredwith \
\ "Why haven't you come out for you've slipped. I've found caged from its rightful free- have you your very own initials.: Theseare
v Fardale?" out that a good reason can sound The first telephoned reports of the' quickly worked in single stitch
"There's a reason why I can't, like a poor, excuse when .you're dom.Mulloy came, a while after the disaster had sounded like a hoax. .
Mr. Kane." forced to give it." cheering had stopped. and found Unbelievers-and they were twentyto k." "" wfn "';..
"What reason?" And that had left the Irish boy him still walking up and down. one in the mass-had called it c 1 z .\. .J
F Frank could feel the heat getting fog-bound. "Well," said Barney, "I hope itwon't baloney. Who had said scr; they Sp > Vat
"' into his cheeks. "I can't answer that Hodge had fumbled badly in think- break<'your heart'to hear that wanted to know. And when.told that JUe'a1,
:.: question,'sir." ing Merry couldn't fight just because our dear roommate didn't make'the Pete Smith, Fardale's own reporterfor .' "'
The coach's heavy eyebrows rose he wasn't the scrappy kind trip with the team today. He was a city: newspaper, was the authority 4
;- slightly. "That's odd. You must with a swollen sense of his own left in the lurch." they had heaved sighs of re- J
know how it sounds, Merriwell." importance and great eagerness to Frank felt like replying that some- lief. That fellow just couldn't help
"I do." Merry's embarrassmentwas body else had been left in the lurch, trying to be a funny guy.
... growing. "But I can't help it, but he didn't. It was late in the But when somebody called Dick
y sir." afternoon when he made an- excuseto Springall, 'the Fardale captain, and s!..,,
"Huh! Were you any good?" get away alone he confirmed the bad news the heav- +
y- "Well, now, Mr. Kane, you The autumn woods were puttingon ens came crashing down..
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wouldn't expect me to brag about a faint gay touch here and there, Merriwell heard it from Bob a .

t myself, would you?" SfL but there was no faint touch of the I Gagg. Gagg's almost missing chin,
4: "I've seen you running in the gym light and gay in Merriwell's heartas I the bulging eyes behind his specta- ....
T and I've been told you can drop-kick he followed an old dirt road that cles, and the husky croaking of his t. ...
a football pretty neatly. You're built z wound through a, grove beyond the agitated voice made him look and ..
right. You keep yourself in shape. hill. Jaws hard, hands sunk into sound like a frog raising a lament J / =.}
We lost half our best men last year. his pockets, he swung along with his from the depths of a dismal swamp. -;r ...
We've got a big squad now, but itisn't gaze on the brown road in front of ... : .
so. hot. You' don't look like a "And you better keep away from Go"o! .'S1'
him.He that on the Danny w..r
gang campus, J
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Deever, he said. "They're talking r "lI g
"I I'm not sir. until he heard shrill familiar ..
hope a dog a \ \ $ o. II .
about hanging slackers in the morn" i..s\.
"Well, whatever your reasons are boyish voice calling to him. .'!" .. "Vb- ... ':"
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A slacker! how they
. '._ be some way to get around them. him Tad Jones and another dog. _
: I'd like to out on the field rated him. Of course it had come
, see you "By golly, By golly, Pattern 1553.
< V.rtas from the coach or from Springall,
tomorrow afternoon. "I
f, cried Tad as he came up never
l:':' Now Frank looked positively ill.. L7 spected 'to bump into you over who had been present when Kane and French knots, either, in a com-
':: "But 1 can't come," he replied as here." He was all steamed up, excited had talked with him. bination of.colors or the-same.color -
:.' if denying himself something he and laughing. "Looker my In his room, Frank stripped off throughout. Pattern 1553 contains -
would like to do more than anything new dog, Frank. Ain't he somethin' his clothes. Then, wearing his bathrobe a transfer pattern of an alphabet -
c r else in the world. "If I could I slick? Just look at him, Frank." he made for the nearest 2% inches high, two .Hi
, would. I hope you believe me, sir." Merriwell knelt down right there shower to wash off dust and perspi- inches high and one % inch high;
k Kane was silent a few moments, and fondled the lively black Scottie ration. He didn't whistle as the cold information for placing initials''
gazing searchingly at the freshman, 'that responded as if he had found a. water splashed over him. This and monograms; illustrations of
who appeared uneasy and dis- long-lost brother. wasn't his day for whistling. all stitches used.
tressed. "All right," he said pres- n ', "Oh, gosh, he'll git you all over Mulloy was waiting for him whenhe Send 15 cents in stamps or coins
!,t:::, ently. "We'll drop it for the time dirt, Frank." worried Tad. returned. "Have you heard the (coins preferred) for this patternto
t;g.., being, but I'm not at all satisfied." '"If-and When-He Makes Another "He's a grand dog. Just the right shocking tidings, Frank?" he asked. The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft -
r Merriwell went away from there Pass at Me, He'll Get the dog for you, Tad." "I've heard Fardale was beaten. Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New
;'.. feeling low. Something in Spring- Works." "That's the kind Miss Inza said That's all," Merry replied. York, N. Y. _
all's face had cut him deeper than he was, and she's always right, she "Well, more details have come in. Please write your name, ad-
the doubt and puzzlement! of the make others concede it. When the is-'cept when she lets that sneak The Grand Canyon was full of dress and pattern number plainly.
coach. The captain' the team time came to do so Frank had shown Hodge come sappin' round her," empty tomato cans. He kicked likea
1'-1.;: had classed him, and it wasn't anything his speed, and the shock to his ene- said Tad. "What she sees in him sick inchworm. Missed the bar Deserved
to advertise in the newspa, my had been greater because of the has got me stumped." twice, and those two points would ReputationBre'r
have given us a draw, which would Fox is just about the cleverest -
tactics for
> pers. delay. Good military a Frank got up, brushing off the
t ', Frank didn't want to talk to anybody long campaign. dust left by the dog's paws. "Were have been sad enough." animal that trots on four
{c;. about it. Not even Barney. It Another thing he had shown by you surprised when you got this "It has been a gummy day." I feet. He is that way because he
was a sore spot that he wanted to quickly stepping in between Barneyand dog Tad?" "I think that big shot is just an- just about has to be if he is to
If hide. But hidden sore spots have away Bascomb when the latter had "My stars, yes! That's why I call other false alarm," growled Bar- stay on' this planet. Lacking size
:i"" of becoming infernally uncom- turned pugnaciously to pick up the him S'prise for his name. You see, II ney. "If-and when-he makes an- and strength to pull down larger
/" fortable. Somebody always gets to Irish boy's slam about thimblerig- Miss Inza never tole me a thing other pass at me he'll get the game animals, he has to content
f.-;;:" prodding around them. eers. He had shown that he would about it till she fetched him. 'Nd works. himself with "rats" and mice and
He tried to put the whole thing fight for a 'friend quicker than for he was awful hungry 'nd she had_me There was a knock on the door such small deer, and especiallywith
J'. out of his mind, but it simply himself. Even Bascomb had caughta feed him- first. 'Nd she talked to l "Merriwell 'wanted on the phone,' birds-including hens.
-.. wouldn't let him. He had been able glimmer of that truth. him 'nd tole him he b'longed to me, called a voice. At the same time, he has to
, to shake thoughts of Inza Burrage Now, only for one thing, Mulloy 'nd by golly he knew just what she "Ask 'em to hold it one minute, keep clear of larger and more
:':. much more easily, for he was con- would have been sure of Merriwell's said, for he just showed it that he please," requested Frank, speedinghis ferocious animals bent on his own
::' vinced that she just didn't stack disappointed enemies were out to was my dog from that minute. dressing. destruction. The greatest of these
.; up. Her brother was all right, all smirch him with a lie forged by malice Don't you think she's swell, "Now," said Mulloy, "who would is'man.. If there ever was a stupid -
::: right, but plenty of first-string from nothing at all. But Bar- Frank?" be after calling you, Frankie?" fox-which is doubtful-he and
;t brothers had sisters who paid no ney had seen Frank lose color over "Oh, sure," said Merry. "Your guess is as good as mine.If all his offspring were long since .
:- : dividends. They were not in the the campus gossip which he had From behind him came the soundof they'd said long distance wa ground to nothing'between these
.. preferred class. brought to his ears, and that wasn't galloping horses. Turning, he calling I'd have been worried. J upper and nether millstones.
- Frank continued to avoid the foot- his way of reacting to pure bunk. saw two riders come round a curve told you that my uncle's illness was
ball field. Whatever Coach Kane or He would have laughed at it. of the, road, side by side. They what made me late about getting
Dick Springall thought of him, he Still the faith of the Irish boy were very near and he recognized here."
couldn't help it. wasn't, shaken. He told himself it them instantly. Bart Hodge and "Maybe it's something about-.
Two days later, Mulloy came gal : would all come out in the wash, but Inza Burrage! about football."

,;- loping into their room and found he wondered when washday would Both wore riding togs, and-.like I "Don't be silly, Barney. Nobody
.: Frank there, alone, and up to his come round. astride. I would call me about that."
Bart, was -
ears in a math problem. The Irish Football talk was in the air at She rode beautifully and looked- "Well, it's time ye were called," ld- M- ..
boy was as calm as the Atlantic Fardale, for the date of the first well, simply great. Her cheeks were barked the Irish lad" "and told to .t
I ocean in a howling gale. game lay close in the offing. flushed and she was laughing. A stop your ducking.

"Do ye see me fist?" he cried, Coach Kane was said to be in a picture that would not be so_easily Merriwell was surprised, when he
shaking it in the air. "Do ye see low state of mind ..about the team, kept out of Frank Merriwell's got into the phone booth, to hear
it, lad?" but then "Old Kaney"". had a habitof dreams. the voice of Tad Jones over the
"1 don't need a microscope for* wire. The boy seemed to be all
being pessimistic before he got It was a race, and they did not
that," said Merry. the machine oiled up and running see Frank and Tad until they were choked up with excitement and
"Well, I'm looking for handcuffsto well. And, of course, the opening sweeping by. 'Then Inza cried: alarm. What a difference,good bowel
hold it. Already it's taken the clash with Mayfield wasn't anythingto "Hello, Tad! Oh, hello, Frank!" "That you, Frank-that you?" he habits can make! To keep food
power of my mighty will. Right in lose sleep over, anyhow. That And on they went, with puffs of dust spluttered. "I been tryin' to get wastes soft and moving, many
the middle of the campus. too." was in the bag, they said. It wouldbe shooting up from the heels of their Miss Inza but she's gone out again. doctors recommend Nujol.
"Now who was the careless of- just good warming-up practicefor horses. Can't you come? You' just gotter
fender who escaped death by the State Second the following Sat- "By golly!l" said Tad Jones, star-I come, Frank!" INSIST ON GENUINE Copr.1937 NUJOL btucoloc.
breadth of a hair. Barney?" urday. That was when the home ing at Bart's back. "I never "Now take it easy, Tad, and tell
"There were six of them and they "Musketeers" would have to step in the woods without a gun that I : me what's the matter."
were talking about you, Frankie. I' into it to keep from being snowed don't see somethin' I'd like to ; "Oh, they've grabbed my doglThey've Happy Fellow
They put a question to me that under. shoot." took him away from me! Happy is the man who has both ).
touched me off. They wanted to Frank didn't talk football, even That brought a wry smile to They've got him 'nd they'll kill money and sense: for he knows ) .
know if it's true you're carrying ice with his classmates, and he avoided Frank's< face. "Come on, old pal," him!" how to use his wealth aright.-
cream feet in your shoes since you listening to it when he could. He he said, "let's walk it off you andI "Who's got him?" Democritus.
got a little bit hurt in a game of appeared to have his mind fixed on and S'prise together." "Mike Dugan. He's the dog catcher.
high school football last season. other things, but Barney had a The dog barked and cut circles I ain't got no license for S'prise checks
i That they said, is the lowdownsome hunch that that was mere outward around their feet eager to go. This 'nd they took him. They been killin1
I goofy guy has dug up about seeming. He certainly wasn't up to was his happy day. dogs 'thout no licenses, *'nd now COLDS ,
: ye, me lad" scratch as his own cheerful self. I A raw wind from off the ocean they'll-" 666 andFEVER
Frank's face had gone white. The There were moments, in fact, when I brought in the dun drift of clouds "Where are. you now Tad?' :
i sore spot had been uncovered. something like an unhappy shadow late in the afternoon. Over Frank's "Fletcher's drug store." first day
I Somebody had done it and then had haunted his face. I head the night mail roared north- "Stay right there and wait fot me. LIQUID TABLETS Headache 30 minute
I .made haste to dish the dirt. He wasn't in the great crowd of I I ward under a low and heavy ceiling I'm coming."
Bairey Mulloy couldn't get it. Ev cheering fellows that gave the team before he got back to the school. (TO BE CONTINUED Try*Tlnl>-My-'riim'-WorId' Beat I.IJ11DmaIr

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! 3& OUR COMIC SECTION I ANOTHER. s on Various Subjects

I 1. How many bachelor Presidents -I I was married while he was in office.
has the United States had?
I r 2. Non sequitur (it does not follow -
2. What
does the abbreviation .
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hi : 3. How does a twelve-year-old 3. A dog twelve years old is as
I I Snoopie I D dog correspond to age in a human old as a man at eighty-four.

being? 4. Air naturally and horizontally
'4. What is wind? in motion with a certain degreeof
5r Who was the Greek cynic phi- velocity. .
losopher who lived in a tub? 5. Diogenes,
6. What is the procedure whena
I 6. It withdraws the amount- of
bank certifies. a check? the check from the drawer's ac-
Answers count, and holds it for the purpose
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MAMi front and hinged arms step-by-step directions for making
on which to 'mount the skirt so slipcovers and dressing tables; ',
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access to the drawer. To mount couches; making curtains for .every
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ByOsborne of Purchasing Agent to the Family. .
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1. Tallahassee, Dec. 23.-Changes / r
in admission requirements which afford &;
a wider choice of subjects by I

I the high school student preparing I : \

for college have just been effected 1
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r at Florida State College for Women :
'II 1me
is the provision
Principal change
that the entering student' need have 7 :: /
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lI. only three prescribed units of English ioi 1

Modern Language, Geometry,
/ j History and Science"as in former
'I years. Graduation from an approved
high school with 16 units remains '-L\ f\ '
Z I the basic requirement for admission. 'a Ii

fj The high school student now may
select her 13 other units from such I\

/ fields as English, Journalism and

Speech; Foreign Language; History '
I and Social Studies; Mathematics;
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Science; or partly from vocational 1 ,, 1
Z subjects. In the latter she may not
take more than four units among r Stop at the \1 ..*

y the following subjects: Accounting, ,
/ b Art-Drawing, Commercial Arithmetic r r jlotelpotclcia L 1

Commercial Law, Education, : :

Home Economics, Music, Psychology,

Shorthand and Typewriting. 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE ,
Standardization of requirementsfor

fields in which students do their, O /
All Outside Rooms With
major work also has been effectedat 0
Private Bath
Florida State College where it was Hu1titIHSorl

voted to abolish Latin as a require- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
ment for the degree of Bachelor of

Arts. No department of the college Overlooking Biscayne Bay
hereafter will require more than 24 By R. M. Stultz. I: Doty was accompanist and J. E.

hours to be taken in that depart- Part 1: The Prologue-The Pro- I Beardsley director. Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

ment as credit for the student's ma- Business Section.
jor field whereas up until now indi- Direction Finder at Sea
Part II: The Prophecy' Fulfilled.
vidual departments have varied in The direction finder used at sea RATES
the number of hours they require for Part III: The Wondrous Star. is an instrument for receiving signals -

this purpose. Solo parts in the cantata were from various land stations and $1.50 Single
Commenting upon the change in 'taken by F. :M. Wright and R. N. lightships. Each station has its distinctive -

admission requirements which go Smith. Members were: Sopranos: call. The man operating the $2.50 Double

into effect September, 1938, Regis- Irma Smith, Mignonne St.. Martin, finder aboard a ship turns his dial
trar S. R. Doyle of the college stat- Mary Markette, Maxine Doty and until he has tuned in, at its strongest Special Family, Weekly &
ed "This affords the high schools Florence Graham. Altos: Marion point, a certain call. After tuning in Monthly RatesS.
another station, he takes his chart
much greater freedom to meet the Leydig, Lois Robbins, Sue Robbins
and draws lines from the stations to D. McCREARY, Proprietor
needs of their students. and Viola Owen. Tenors: C. E. Rob-
,II- positions where he received the
bins and F. M. Wright. Basses: J. I signals. The position of the liner is
Clewiston Choir Gives H: Doty and R. N. Smith. Christine where these two lines cross.

Cantata In Moore Haven -= --

(Moore Karen Democrat)

Almost every seat was taken in
\ the Methodist church Sunday morn-

ing to hear the special program orChristma's Christmas Message

music and the cantata,
"The World's True Light" which "

was presented by the Community

Church Choir of Clewiston under the :, _.,.:.., '"" : ; / -'
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able direction of Jas. E. Beardsley.The "'rJiTo Donr P : b \"

same choir program is also in Clewiston presenting and the in j #:?/ : a'i::-i ti5 .'

Pahokee during Christmas week. f,
The fourteen voices in the choir : -
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showed the result of careful train- 1 Merry Xmas '
ing and the program consisted of ., ,. : $% l/f:.:.:; ,
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as fine music as could be heard 1/: : { .' .
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anywhere. .

/1 The program was as folows: To our friends who have been with .
/ Bethlehem, Anthem, by Bower- H P '
Stickles-choir. us through the years and have R I

Cantique de Noel, Anthem, by
Adolphe Adamchoir.Solo A been kind and considerate and to O

d Smith., "Oh Holy Night"-R.: N.I, P our new friends who have not been S .

Silent Night, Anthem, by Grouber- with us long we extend the sea- P
Lorenz P
Cantata-The .W'orld's'True Light, son's greetings. We do not look E ) (

7 Y upon you merely as customers but R"

as friends we are all, one big O
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family of friends. We like to feel r -

O that our business is essential to you S #

L and that we are rendering worth N B

'., I while service. It is our pleasure to E ;

D serve you.
.. J We wish for you the best that Y _
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F ir.: JACKSONVILLE Christmas holds of mirth and E '

GARNET ANDREWS,M-,,,,, Y cheer and a New Year of- happiA .

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