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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938


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News .:.:..:....:..:...:..:..:":":":":":":" : :': :"!=:":"::: toss and made it. LeRoy Hare IS YOUR NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOR
Clewiston
The PAID?
made the next score and a free SUBSCRIPTION TAX DUED
(Senate Bill No. 1C3) '
SCHOOL NEWS throw. James Winn took Owens
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position to try to help the Tigers I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
t.bll-hed! every Friday In ClewI ton, IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT HENDRY holder of Tax Certifi-
he John A. Stone,
along and was doing nicely when
,
F I crida, by the CLEWISTONInc NEWS Bernice O'Neal ._............__ Edito COUNTY. } ELLA MAE
the half ended. BAXTER, Complainant
September, A. D. 1933 has filed same
I Cillio Hooker ............ Ass't Editor 'Vinn'was replaced by Bill Owun. VSNATHAN In my office and has made application -
D. BAXTER. Defendant.
tax deed to be issued
Advisor for a
Schultz Faculty
,
KUATIILKV: BOWI1EX Editor Miss Evelyn The score at the end of the first thereon. Said certificate embraces the
It appearing by affidavit appended -
half was 10-2 in favor of the following described property In the
op-
to the bill filed in the
....N N NHION: X*XMXX4I| sworn County of Hendry, State of Florida
I I N:N:N: : : NH: MHNH
posing team. It looked! as if the above cause that the residence, post to-wit
second class mall matter I office address and place of abode of :
February Entered as 1. 1927, at the Post Office In i Third grade news- Tigers were going again when Ed the defendant Nathan D Baxter, that Lot 12, Block 363 Clewiston.

Cl wiston, Florida, under the Act of I Sally Graham has returned to VonMach (substitute for O. Nina) there. is no person In tile State of The under assessment the said of certificate the said property Issued-
Florida service of in
March 3. 1897.Subscription. I school after' her illness. made a nice goal which was followed chancery upon whom would a summons bind such was in the name of A M. Coleman.

.1 Young and Edwin Young by another then Boca defendant; it is therefore ordered Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
Dorothy according to law the pro-
that the said defendant be and he
Knte $2.00 Per Year. I have joined the third grade. Grande made another goal leaving is hereby required to appear to the perty described therein will bo sold
Advertising Rates On Application. I has moved to Clewiston trailing 12-6. Bill of Complaint filed in such cause to the highest bidder at the court
Phillips
Joyce the first ::Monday in
on or before Monday the 7th day house door on
I Moore Haven. The opposing team made a free of February A. D. 1938. otherwise the the month of February, 1938, whichis
I Allen throw. Hare made the next goal allegations of said bill will be taken: the 7th day of February, 1938. I
Margie ,
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Spelling honor: roll.: as confessed by the said defendant. Dated this 14th day of January' I
of Clcwfston and Hendry County.We Jo Ann Crouch, Bobby Maynard, for the local team, but the oppos-I 1938.
It is further ordered that this order '
WILLIAM T. HULL,
followed (SEAL)
with three field
team
------ Sammy Young, ing be week for
William :McCracken_ published once a Clerk of Circuit Court of
Mary goals. Then it looked as if their I 4 consecutive weeks in the Clewiston County, Florida.
EmrIch, Hendry
"Prewitt
...... ....... . Louise Ruth News a published in said
0:0 i a0 iiN:.:N..:..:..: : : :NO : : :OONTNONON.NORAMBLINGS :.c- Ellen Smith, Mary Ella Geiger, luck had changed when they missed County and newspaper State.' Jan. 1421- 28, 'Feb. 4.

Grace Ward, Harriet Alston, June two free throws. During this time This 6th day of January, 1938.
Clewiston called time out. Owen (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
Q It 0 Espenlaub, Virginia Turner Nancy Clerk Circuit Court.
Winn took Ed VonMach's position,
. . . Wright. LOUIS O. GRAVELY
.:..:.%H:N..:N N:N+.:N MGM N iiN:O i i0100NNOH O'Nl1 Fourth Grade ''Xews- Clewiston then made two free Solicitor for Complainant.Jan. REELECTJERRY

I Spelling honor roll: Jean Augur throws. It was Boca Grande's time 7-14-21-28 Feb. '4. W. CARTER
sight this past
saw a lovely i Emily Joyce Bullen Nora Oglesby to shoot a goal. Bill Owen got another -
week-one that will long linger in
Wanda Jean Shelfer Betty Jo Mc- free throw. There was one
'Ve.visited the Ever- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
our memory.: Geiger Wilma Jean minute to play when Hare made a TO -k
Natt, Noley
glades Nursery in Fort :Myers and TAX DEED
James very nice crib shot. The final score
Trice
Mamie
bouganvilleashow. I Moriarty (Senate Rill No. 162):
Mr. Hendry's '
saw Cooley. of the game was 21-13 in favor FloridaRailroad ; .;;
35 different varieties -
There are
of the opposing team. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
of this colorful shrub-all Rosa Smith, holder of part, of Tax <, t
differing in color-now in gor- Flashes From the Week's Basket Certificate No. 90, issued the 2nd day ,d
of August. A. D. 1926, has filed same
geous bloom. And we mean reaily Ball Gn.11Cs.-ny Connie Clark.: Soybean in Prehistoric Era In my office and has made application Commission _
gorgeous. The shrubs were literally The Clewiston High School wishes : i for' a tax deed to be issued
of officials
Department Agriculture

thereon. Said certificate embraces the
dripping with flowers. And there I to thank everyone for their at- say the soybean is shown by following described property in the ;
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were so many unusual colors there I tendance at tile game Wednesday ancient Chinese literature to have County to-wit of Hendry, State of Florida, I GROUP 2 4

almost lemon yellow, on nite, when the girls and boys from : cc
-an been cultivated extensively as food I
I .. Lot 12 LaBelle Heights, a. sub- ...: ';
through every shading of purple, Boca Grande won a hard victoryover for centuries before written rec- division of part. of the N'of

rust and crimson. Truly the sight. the local boys and girls. ords were kept. NE'A or Section 8. Township 43 I j
girls'game South, Range 29 East. While Jerry made only one i
in the
was worth a drive to Fort l\Iyer5.1) Those that played
,
bloom will The assessment of the said property promise to the voters-that e
Mr. Hendry says the ,! were: I under the said certificate issued he'd "be there" on pay day r,

be at their loveliest for almost an-i Clewiston: Violet cethea, F; Betty NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR was in the name of Unknown. yet he was instrumental \
Unless said certificate shall be -
other month, so perhaps many will Hooks, F; Kathleen Chapman, TAX DEED according to law, the redeemed In saving people of Florida. 1

have the opportunity of seeing F; Marie Robbins, G; Gaudy Wat- (Senate Will No. 1G3) perty: described therein will be more than ''I.
I to _the highest bidder at the P'O-I
them. ers, G; Dot Bethea G. Substituteswere I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thatG. house door on the first Monday $3,100,000
Haven for Chapman, M. Von E. Etherton. holder of Tax Certifi- the month of February 1938,
I cate No. 240. issued the 5th day of is the 7th day of February 1938.
It takes all sorts of people to Mach for D. Bethea, Wethington August, A. D. 1935 has filed same Dated this 14th day of January, In Telephone Freight and

make 'a world, and most of the varieties for M. Robbins. I in my office and has made application I 1938. Refrigeration Rates in his
Boca Grande: Coker, F; Hoff-: for a tax deed to be issued (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL first term of office.
at some time or other visit I thereon. Said certificate embraces thafollowing
the sugar house. Or so believes man, F; Padilla, F; Thornton, G; described property in the Hendry Clerk of County Circuit, Florida.Court of Paid Political Advertisement /
County of Hendry, State of Florida, -
the guide, who gets quite a kick Spratt, G; Futch, G. Substituteswere to-wit: Jan. 14- 2128 Feb. 4. -- .- .

out of life as it passes through in Leroy for Coker Coleman for, Lot 11, Block 172 Clewiston.
I I II The assessment of the said property -
groups. Last week, such *n important Spratt. under the said certificate issued
personage came to visit and be I A few flashes of this game are: was in the name of- Unknown. ---.-.-._ -"
: Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
shown the interesting process of 1 Clewiston tossed the ball in and according to law the pro- I I IDON'T
the underway. There was therein will be soldto
sugar making. She was a lovely game was perty described
I lots of passing in the first few seconds the highest bidder at the court
lady-of a family whose name is house door on the .first Monday In MISS SEEING
known to a large majority of Am- of the game. The Clewiston I the month of February '1938, whichis
I team the first goal which was the 7th day of February, 1938. '
got
ericans. One of the truly rich. In I II : Dated this 14th day of Januaryl
her magnificent limousine she was I made by V. 'Bethea. Immediately after 1938. ,
the first goal there was a lot (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
driven by a uniformed chaffeur, I
I Clerk of Circuit Court ofj
and assisted in alighting by' a uniformed -I of scrimmage until Betty Hooks Hendry County, Florida. I SoUthwest Florida
Jan. 14- 2128, Feb. 4.
for the next goal makingthe ] .
_ _-__ footman. She_ gathered up I was away I
*"-" .. Grande
4-0. The Boca
TnTrnAgPdO :SJ. score :
on the trip through the sugar. I'caTFea"rrare--mm l \! lA..a.Wl .

house, believe it or not! out of the huddle' and got thoir ,(Senate Q--U'P.J.IGA.TION Hill ,;o.., IGa) FOR ..j _

I first score of the game. Clewistongot : :

The state has had quite a touchof a free shot and: made it. G.. NOTICE E. Etherton IS ;HEREBY holder of GIVEN Tax Certifi-; that FAIR-

cold weather the past two weeks. I Then Boca Grande got the next cate No. 235. issued the 5th day of .

We do not fear the Chamber of' score. Clewiston then missed an- in August A. D. 1935, has filed same
office
my and has made applica-
Comemrce for it quite delights us I other free shot. Boca Grande made tion for a tax deed to be issued

that a little chilly weather only the next goal and also a free shot. thereon. Said certificate embraces the
followingdescribed property in the
proves that sugar cane is a cropto I Then Hooks was right in there County of Hendry, State of Florida February 8 M.\Jr II

be envied when cold weather fighting. She made a goal and a to-wit Lots: 5Sy
8-9 Block 170, Clcwiston.
comes along. Other things are failed free shot, but Boca Grande was not The assessment of the said

by a little cold, but the ,cane will asleep, so they came back to make i ty under the said certificate proper-j Fort i
was in the name of Fla.
Myel
come through anything but the the next goal. It looked as if Boca iI Unless said certificate shall ,

most phenomenal freeze practically! Grande was going wild with the I deemed according: to law. the property I
described therein will be soldto

untouched.At ball. They got the next goal and a the highest bidder at the court 1....................
any rate, Clewiston doesn't, free shot then V. Bethea made a house door on the first Monday In : : : : : : : : : :HNHOHOHOH01 NON..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N 0
the month of February, 1938, which
hesitate to say: "Brrr! It's cold."I free shot making the score 11-8 in is the 7th day of February, 1938. An old fashioned
However, we were quite startldto "avor of Boca Grande. For awhileit Dated this 14th day .of January, horse race of cow ponies to be held
1938. in front of the Grandstand
hear the rumor that it had snow looked as if they had lost their I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL day and on Wednesday, Thursday Fri-

ed in Fort Myers. We investigatedit luck as they missed a few field Clerk of Circuit Court of Saturday afternoons. Enter :jour horse in tlic race.
I Hendry County, Florida.
as thoroughly as possible during ?ouis and a free shot but just than Jan. 14- 2128., Feb. 4. An Educational

the aforesaid trip. We never did they made another goal making the II I Industrial and; Agricultural

actually find anyone who had seen I score 13-8 in their favor at the Exposition featuring the II

the snow. One man said he knew end of the first half. NOTICE OF APPLICATION VOR ducts pro-

a fellow who-etc. The opposing team tossed the TAX DEED of CHARLOTTE, COLLIER, I

Carl Hanton also investigated, ball in but Hooks broke the pass (Senate nil No. 163) GLADES, HENDRY and LEE Counties. !

.'and being continuously on the and made the first goal in the sec-

ground, so to speak, he had xr better ond half for the local girls. Boca NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i TUESDAY
John A. Stone, holder of Tax Certificate FEBRUARY 8th is
opportunity. Here's what he I Grande then made a goal and a No. 550 issued the 4th day of" ,

says: "It didn't happen. Anyone free shot and another goal. Betty September A. D. 1933 has filed same ,Children's Day and the school children
!in
my office and has made applica- I
who saw snow was either de'udcc' then made a free throw to end the' tion for a tax'deed to be issued of the five counties will be I

.or under the influence.':_So that third quarter. The score was 1810in thereon. Said certificate embraces tho I admitted free !

evidently settles the snow: question. favor of the opposing team Violet County following of described Hendry, State property of Florida in the, at the front gate. I I

I Bethea opened the last quarter to-wit: .

And speaking of being "under with a goal for the home team. Lot 10, Block 172 Clewiston. A Special Poultry Exhibit will be
Then The assessment of the said property -
there
the influence" was a lot of
the passing
following actually under the said certificate issued shown
happened in Hendry county :and the Boca Grande girls handled was in the name of E. I,. featuring all types of poultry.

court last week. A man was being the ball much better than the 10al Unless'leemed said according certificate: to law shall, the be selz'j Ducks and geese on exhibit in

tried for driving under the influ- : girls because they have had perty described therein will be a newly

ence of liquor and causing an acci- nore practice. The opposing team house to the door highest on tho bidder first at Monday the court in I constructed pool.

dent. He started a long .narrative to made the'next two goals making the month of February, 1938, which

Judge Bill Maddox: "I was'tdrunk the final score 22-12 in favor of is Dated the 7th this day 14th.of day February of. ,January 1938. Some of the finest livestock in

Judge and I wasn't Boca Grande. 1938.,
driving Southwest
Florida
.
fast. I don't know how the offic- Thc Boys' Game (SEAL) WILLIAM T. ,1=IULL, will be exhibited at

erJUdge Maddox interrupted The local Tigers went out on Clerk Hendry of County Circuit, Florida.Court of the Fair.

him right there. "Listen before the court as if to tear the socks Jan. 1421- 28. Feb. 4.

ycu go any further with your story. off the Boca Grande "Fish Hawks". ----- -I Don't miss the EDISON DAY

Do you remember about a mile I The boys that played on the team

from wnere this accident happened, were: NOTICE CERTIFICATESNotice OF SALE OF TAX PAGEANT in Fort Myers on the 1 11 1 1th

you passed a man driving a.Ford Clewiston: L. Hare, J. Brantly and J 12th. A large parade of floats I '
is scheduled
sedan and crowded him off the O. Winn B. Owen, M. Stone. 5s hereby given that H. C. .{f-

road into the ditch" "Yes, Judge, Boca Grande: Kuhl, Downing, DeLaney has filed with me written on Saturday, the J 12th.
request that the
tax
I Barnes certificates together -
remember passing a man who Parkcton, Jainer.It with all subsequent omitted

pulled off clear into the ditch." looked as if everything was or levied taxes held by the State Special Grandstand Acts held twice '
be advertised and sold to the highest
"Well, said Judge Maddox, "that going nicely when Brantley got bidder for cash as provided by House each day Afternoon
wag me. You were driving at least the tip-off. Boca Grande took ad- Bill 39C of the 1937! Acts of the and Nights.

70 miles( an hour and vantage of the Clewiston boys Legislature upon the following described -
wobbling all real estate in the County of
Art
over the road. Now how do011 lowness and made seven points Hendry. State of Florida, ,to-wit: Lewis Attractions, both rides

plead?" "Guilty, your Honor," was during the first quarter. The Clew- Belle.W 6 of E% of NEtf Block 23, La- and shows for
: your entertainment the
the meek reply. iston boys were slow. We all on
Said Tax Certificates
together with
thought that we were off for a all subsequent omitted or levied tax- MIDWAY.

I.goal when Brantly again took the es will be sold to the highest bidderat ,
j the Court House door in LaBclle,
Zebrawood Zebrawood tip-off. Boca Grande with their County of Hendry State of Florida, C. P. HEUCK
so named because of team work and lightning on the 29th day of January, 1938 ,
its striped I passes at 11 A. M. .
markings is a rare wood were doing nicely. Bill SecretaryManagerFort
Owens
found in: British over- Dated this 14th day of January A.
Guiana. It is a guarded a man and he made the D. 1938.
reddjsh brown with natural I freQ (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, Myers, Florida.
stripes throw A few
hl a lJ htQl' ten. aocondg later Kill Clerk I of Circuit Court\ of

ewfli ;:Qt a ehauefc ts throw >a tray ,:'1'h U.. t t COYUU', Fhl'ht! ,


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VOLUME 12, NUMBER 4 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR



I. GARDEN CONTEST Etherton Recovers Car c. J. MIRE r DROWNED I Patent Home Laundry FIRST ROUNDS ARE


Stolen Tuesday NightGlen Opens Agency HereThe

RULES PUBLISHED ilN HIGHWAY CANAL REACHED IN LOCAL

Bendix Home Laundry, ,n

; FOR SECOND TIME Airflow sedan Etherton's was stolen'35 from Chrysler its NEAR BEAN CITY invention the greatest believed labor by saver many in house to be GOLF TOURNAMENT

parking on Sugarland High-
space hold appliances in a generation, is; .
way down town Tuesday night, and I I .
being sold in Glades and Hendry
The basis on which gardens are was located in West Palm Beach a The body of Clifton Joseph Mire, counties by Thomas E. Markette, of Activity in the Everglades Golf

to be judged in the 1937-38 Garden few hours later. by West Palm 28, of Clewiston and St. Martins Clewiston who has just been given I Championship moved into the first

Contest which draws to a close' Beach police who ,were notified of ville, Louisiana, was recovered dealership in these two counties. round of Match Play Monday with
the theft as soon as the car was\ Emmett Shelley of
the first of Clewiston and
March is being reprinted from an Everglades canal beside Mr. Markette, who has already
at the. request of the Clewiston found to be missing. sold one of the ,machines, is ve-y: O. G. McWhorter of Belle Glade ina
Garden Club 'in order that all maybe Etherton's car was parked outside -I the highway near Bean City Wed enthusiastic about it, as are all deadlock for medalist honors.

familiar with the rules of the the Clewiston Beer Parlor, wth nesday morning. Mire, driving the who have seen it operate. It is a Shelley and McWhorter scored 73's

contest.All, the keys conveniently left in. A car of a friend, Louis Jacoby, also complete home laundry in one ma I in the first day of qualifying on
short time later it was missing. chine-it washes, rinses and damp the tricky Clewiston layout and
owners of a garden are -urged of Clewiston, had driven to Belle their
Etherton notified officers of all cards withstood the whole
i following -
dries clothes by automatic !
to register with Mrs. GI: B. Rack-i i Glade and was returning homo opera-
nearby localities, and 25 minutes bombardment.Last .
straw in order ,that the garden may tion without handling by the olh"'r-I I
be judged in the contest. All entrants later received a phone call from when the car apparently'skidded ator. "You put the soiled clothes I II week's qualifying attempts

will be divided into two West Palm Beach that two boys: on the road and into the canal] I in, set a couple of buttons, wait by the more favored entries to take

groups and identical cash prizes/were apprehended driving the ar Mire was alone on the trip and as the required time, and take the medalist honors were featured by

will be presented in the two: groups. in' to town. I far as .as known there were no wit clean clothes out ready for the unusually high scoring, probably
'. All homes in which the heads of, Sheriff Delaney went to West' line," said Mr. Markette. "You do due to the extremely cold weather.
to the accident.
the household are employees of the Palm Beach Wednesday and c- nesses not need to change :waters or han- The Shelley-McWhorter mark w snot

s United States Sugar corporation, the turned the boys, two hitchhike s, A convict, crew working on the dle the clothes at all." Mr. Mar even seriously threatened. For-

Clewiston: Realty and Development) to the Hendry county jail, wh 1"e highway Wednesday morning found kette is conducting an active sales rest Banning of Pahokee and Tom

corporation, or its subsidiary companies I they are being held. I the fresh skid marks on the high campaign. Shelley of Clewiston being the
and saw where had closest with
will constitute one group. way a car Si's.
Prizes for I plunged into the canal during the Other in
this group have been donated scores the 80's included

by the United States Sugar FORT MYERS FAIR TO night. ,Francis Cross, deputy sher-. FLANDERS SPEAKS AT John Thomas of Pahokee and Larry
corporation. In the second group iff of Palm Beach county, was notified I Nash of Belle Glade with 85's and

will be placed'all homes in which and investigation led'to the Arthur Wells and Lou Betzner of

...the heads of the household are tot OPEN NEXT TUESDAYThe discovery of the body and car. KIWANIS MEETINGIThe Belle Glade with 86 and 87 re-
Mire's body was lying across the
i" employed by any of the above named spectively. The Clewiston shooters,
i trunk on the outside of the car H. R. Hall and
corporations. or companies. Clew- I Bill McCracken, reported -
iston Realty, and Development corp- Southwest Florida Fair op- and the door to the car, a Chevrolet History of the Early Development with a pair of' 88's and V.

oration has donated the prizes for ens in Fort Myers Tuesday morn- sedan was open beside the driver's of the Everglades was the! C. Denton carded an 89. The rest of
l: this seat. The car was situated so the boys were bothered
group. ing, February 8th. Indications are too much
The aim of the contest ..is' to stim-i that it will be one of the largest ,. that the rear was under a heavy topic on which Fred Flanders of with cold hands, scores throughout -
ulate the of growth of reeds and weeds. Mire Moore Haven addressed the Clewis- the 90's being
planting vegetable fairs that this, section has seen in numerous.
gardens for home I was an excellent swimmer, and the ton Kiwanis Club The first round
use and to pro- many years. Exhibitors have al- Wednesday of Match Play

',' mote the. general improvement and ready begun work on their booths fact that he drowned ,seems due evening. Mr. Flanders, who 'is now will run through next Sunday, with
beautification of the lawn and and more interest is being takenin only to his inability to find his direction the losers in both flights automat-
associated with the U. S.
Engi-
to clear water. He had I
home surroundings. The only rulesof this fair this year than ever ap- ically making up another flight.
the contest are that all entrants before. parently opened the door of the neers, was one of the first survey- Shelley and McWhorter will decide

:- must register before the close of I The livestock exhibit will be one car himself and found his way to J ors of the original development on who will cop the Medalist cup by
the contest and that the rear of the car, but was unable matching their first round
gardens must jof the outstanding features this the territory which is now largoly Match
be: to force his way to the top Play cards.
adjacent to the home of the _
year and entries in this department) in cane fields and other develop-
entrant. ) through the heavy growth. First round pairings are as follows '
show that available
every space, ment of the sugar industry.In .
,
The basis on which the gardensare has already been taken.' Brahma, The car was brought to the sur- :
to be judged is face entirely unharmed except for 1920 Mr. Flanders headed a
: Braford, Devon, and many other Championship FlightEmmetLSheJlpv _
Vegetable garden ...........40 points. popular breeds of bulls and calves the damage done by the immersionin party of surveyors which had a __' o-Ji-TXr"'- ---"---- -

Flower garden ...............20, points I can be seen at the fair. .water.... There. were_no_ indications: ffie*P-eiuisyvan_ a Sugar: corporation. !I -cr;; VT: Parkinson vs H. C. Van-

; Shrubs and lawn .........:10: points .a.- "l/VY141 J'-'Ill LillIlIGC'1JCGlf the. accident, and officers -'were of I :Landingham.V
.Plan .....................-.\..-.;;;;.to. .jruinisGeneral" i considerably enlarged this year toj I. the opinion that he was either The party established a surveyor'scamp I I l Loren Rosenberg, vs John Thorn-

.' Appearance .......20. points take care of the added entries and I I crowded off the road by a passing on "the East end of Sand I as.
the aim of the Ridge", the present locationof I Arthur Wells vs Bill McCracken.
Because primary birds of all types will be on display blinded by lights of an approaching Point
,. vegetable car, or The speaker told of Dick Bowman vs Bye.E. .
contest is to stimulate this year. As an added attraction -I The road markings Clewiston.
car.
: gardens a larger percentage is to the poultry department, showed that, he first. began to skid the development of Moore Haven .' G. Kilpatrick vs Bye.
for the vegetable garden of the Clewiston area. He de- Forrest Banning vs Bye.
awarded a pool has been constructed where|I and swerve to one side of the highway and .
than for the flowers or shrubs. ducks, geese and other water and then turned so as to avoid scribed scenes of the first homes)I Tom Shelley vs Bye. 'w

Six prizes will be awarded in can be seen in their native environ' the road on that side and, and businesses, established in Clew Ralph Kirk vs Louis Gold. "' ,, :'.

':;L S) each, group. The first prize in each, ment. \leaving plunged across the road and into iston. Few of those living in Clew- C. L. McWhorter vs E. M.' Van ..._.'::
.
.is $20.00 cash; the second side. I iston at the present time, know Landingham. V
group?: As an added attraction a colony the canal on the opposite .: :
1rizen. each group of $10.00 cash, of Seminole Indians in their natural Mire's body was taken to ihe details of the first 'development, Jack Barrett vs Larry Nash. '.
and the next four prizes in each i Pa- which was but seventeen years ago. Lou Betzner vs Bye.
environment will also be featured -\ Everglades Funeral Home in
group are $5.00 cash. An amusing anecdote told by Mr. Dr. W. J. White vs Bye. .'>
St.
the home in I
and can ,be seen on grounds. hokee and sent to his
Gardens will be judged between I Flanders concerned the finding of F. D. Duff vs Bye.H. .
Collier, Glades, Hend- Louisiana, for burial.
Charlotte, iMartinsville, ,
the first and tenth of March by section corner, six miles south of L. Lapp vs O. G. McWhoiter.
,; Lee counties are making his parents, a a
", ry and He is survived by I ,
) Club is II which was Third Flight :
The Clewiston
judges.
: out-of-town I the present
: elaborate plans for their agricultural wife and two children. I
: ,- entrants I wilderness of muckland Mildred McCracken vs Bye.
anxious to have as many exhibits featuring vegetables, Mire has been employed for the then but a *
as possible, and all interested fire 1 wild growth. The survey party located Dr. J. W. Ezelle vs Mrs. W. C.
citrus, forage crops and home can sixth successive season as sugar
asked to call Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Community exhibitors house here. He the corner, which had been Owen.H. .
ned products. boiler at the sugar
her that they will enter. previously marked with a brass J. Stein vs Bye.
or
notify this
are also busy gathering up products returned to Clewiston late
\ surveyingcrew. Robert Creech vs G. L. Sims.
government
marker by a
their less
for exhibiting from arriving on January 11th,
- year the marker was a W. C. Prewitt vs Bye.
Over
!\ fields and gardens.The month before the fatal accident -
} than a
Clinton Curry I Prince Albert tobacco can. Stuffed Dr. S. J. Simmons vs Bye.
I Art Lewis Attractions are I I occurred. in it yellow with age, was a paperon Edwin Ward vs Bye.
-- furnishing the shows and rides on I l
I which was scrawled the worls, Luther Jones vs Mrs. F. D. Duff.

Clinton Curry, 77, passed away the midway this year and have Slight Cold Damage "All right, you fool, where are :younow I W. C. Owen vs Gray VanLand-
Wednesday morning at his ranchin promised good- clean entertainmentfor ?" Mr. Flanders said that he ingham.

Glades county near LaBelle af- the visitors. Grandstand attrac- To Crops In Area :and the rest of the party got a I H J. Harris vs Mrs. H. J. Stein.W. .

ter a lingering illness. Meager deI tions will be held each afternoonand hearty laugh from the message,(! C. Owen, jr., vs Bye.J. .

tails were available at this time, night at the fair. but that neither they or the original S. Harrington vs John Hooker. -

.' just as we go to press, but funeral I On February 11th and '12th the I I A survey of crop damage during writer of the message had any .

I services will be sometime Friday at local merchants and civic organi- the cold weather the last few daysof idea that in a few short years J. B. Jones vs W. P. Jernigan.

': LaBelle Baptist church, with burial zations are featuring an Edison Day I January was made this week, I. that section corner would be but a Ii Mrs. L. C. Betzner vs ..D.I..

; in Ortona cemetery. Pageant in Fort Myers. Plans are I I several days after the thermometer I II short distance from a substantial, Dickinson

Mr. Curry is survived by his underway for a large parade of t has risen to ,normal, and it was progressive community and a partof ,Mrs. O. G. McWhorter vs F; E.
I
r i wife, Mrs. Mellie Curry; one daughter floats on Saturday which will end I found that only slight damage re- the development of one of the :Bryant.S. .

Mrs. Alice Bailey and one son,I up at the grandstand.It I sulted to truck ,crops in spite of state's foremost industries. K. Swayne vs E. E. Kelley.

: Barney Curry, and numerous\ is anticipated that one of the I the low temperatures to which I Mr. Flanders' talk was much fn-,

grandchildren. largest crowds will visit the fair I plants were subjected In Clewistonthe joyed by Club members.. O. E. S. Official
I He was' an old time resident of this year and plans are under way lowest thermometer reading Ralph Howard, of Savannah, w.rs

this section, having come here as to make accomodations for all was 31 degrees. However, the cold the, guest of his son-in-law, R. N. Visits Clewiston

I a boy from near Arcadia where he [. guests and visitors. was of short duration and a steady Smith.
iJit the Currys are frost forming on I
.J. was born. In fact wind prevented

.:, among the earliest settlers in this Choir Rehearses For the plants. C. Jones Buys Mrs. Charlotte B. Perry, of
old-
to H.
country. He was connected with the Most of the damage was Jacksonville, grand matron of the

:.y,, V cattle industry all his life.-La- Easter Services"The er plants, the younger plants standing Near Home Order of the Eastern Star in Flor-
than
'' Belle News.Tommie. the extreme cold better Property ida was the guest Thursday and

;. those nearly' mature. There was no Friday of Mrs. A. W. Lawrence,

": ..., Kurtz RalliesThe \ Crucifixion" by Stain; ,'\damage in this area to to English cabbage peas, Only -, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Jones have: worthy matron of the Moore Haven -

: will be sung at the Clewiston Com- slight damage from the Clewiston Realty ::! Chapter. The Chapter held a
lilt
; purchased .,
tomatoes -
munity Church Good Friday evening 25 % damage to beans excent and .Development Corporation- the; special meeting honoring thin grand

many friends of Attorneyand and probably also during Passion 70% damage to all ground. property adjoining their home on matron on the occa'on of her official -
the
of
out
Week at the Pahokee Methodist those just visit 'Thursday evening. Mrs.
Fort
R. E. Kurtz of flyers Avenue.
Mrs. is evident Sagamore
slight
loss is .
,,. V are glad' to learn that their Belle Glade Community and when That it the'is noted that even the The' property is a five-room residence Lawrence and Miss Ulla Jacobsen,

Tommy, University of Virginia Moore Haven Methodist churches. only slightly and will be used by Mr. and associate matron, attended.
son student, injured three weeks ago The, Community Choir is practic- windbreak corn was Mrs. Jones for rental purposes.The Mrs. Perry expressed her delight
:'fJt its Easter music Friday even- damaged. Block 369. I Clewiston and the Interesting
1lf -n an automobileaccident, has r'- ing location is Lot 3, with
1 gained consciousness in the Richmond ing under the direction of Jim I\ I progress of the section. She was

.. (Va.) Memorial hospital Recording Beardsley.The J To Meet an interested visitor at the sugar
"i to word received from Mrs.: program Easter morning /.l VISlTIXfi; IIOVK** AT SlTnAII : Legion house during, her visit..

Kurtz who is at her son's bedside. Clewiston will include "Adore Almighty -I HOUSE
Gretchaninov: "Lord''I i who is a studentat
God" Bestor
Kurtz returned from Richmondlast Post No. 93 of the Richard
Mr. week. He states that his son'schances Now Victorious", arrangemvit: \ (Daily Except Monday) American Clewiston Legion will hold its regular the University of Florida, is

for recovery are now considered from Mascagni: "Hallelujah Chor- 9 to 12-1 to 4 I Febuary meeting at the Sugar spending several days here this
despite the fact that us" from "Mount of Olives"-Bee- next week with his parents, Mr. and
-2? good, I Guide Provided House Barracks at 7:45 p. m.
.. .) he remained unconscious for six- thoven, and "Come Unto 1IIm"- ,\Tuesday, February 8th, Mrs. H. A. Bestor.C ,
Gounod. z
accident.
the
days following
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PAGE FOUR TILE CLEWISTO NEWS FlU DAY, FEBRUARY 4, 10:18
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County Agent Tells of from one to five pounds and Al Trailer Visitors Catch Herons Repair Nest "The Great Four"
Ilenderman and Howard Sullivanof The thrifty blue herons will The names of "the Great Four" 'rk
..." Irk Sheet Change Miami caught eleven ranging Nice String of Fish pair and use the old nest year after re 1 mentioned in Italian art are Leonardo I
) from one to four pounds. I year best.although it is a. rickety affairat angelo., Raphael, Titian and Michel

-- I (Moore Haven Democrat) I
I ill Y Agent G. C. Hodge re- Co. Board To Spend C. H. Robb, of New York, tour-
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c ',,ord this week that it would, ing Florida in his trailer spent _
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b' "'ssary for all farmers who Sum For Advertising the week here as the guest of his '/.--- _-i!:' '__ __ .'::'.: 1it. $t '"
d ] ,t participate In soil conserv trailerite friend B. C. Austin, who
v:' ,', practices during 1937 and -- has been here most of the winter.
n'' ( -; >ect to do so in 1938 willb (Hendry County News) The two men and others accomp-
'" ,;red to fill out a work sheetIn I At a meeting of the Hendry anying them enjoyed excellent fish-
.-. ance of the regular complia -: County Board of County Commissioners ing during the week but the best '
work sheet in order that ago I :: Tuesday morning at the catch by far on Tuesday of this : : ,:": ', r' L

may be setsup for use during courthouse in LaBelle the board week, the last day which Mr. Robb ) \Iv. \l/; '
t1 11-0'; year. voted to spend $360 for 15,000 was able to spend here. ;;: ;
71'1'. Hodge states that this must I I pamphlets advertising Hendry coun- Taking a boat at the locks they :\ 'Ft : ;

be clone as soon as possible and toe ty. Leon Canova is handling the fished the north bank of the levee ,,,.:.1'.!.. : .
,p' dite matters he is hopeful that proposition for the Record Company channel for not more than a or .,''' S ., .
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thoLe farmers interested will see St. Augustine, Fla., who will quarter of a mile either way from
him at his office in the courthouseas I I do the printing. the canal opening. In six hours, between u ; ;
soon' as possible. Mr. Canova has been in the county ten a. m. and four p. in. they *> ; .

Benefit payments under the 1937 I for the past several weeks get- I. caught fifty bass ranging' in weight ,"* isi : ;. + t" :"(
sell conservation set-up are due ting up information and taking pic- from a pound and a half to five ( .. ,: ; : '
any day and will total approximately tures of points of interest, cattle pounds. >e ..
$8,500 for sixty-nine truck industry, farming, citrus activities, 'v. ;, .
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growers, citrus growers and cattlemen etc., which will be used in a sort Even Steel Grows Tired i' : : < ::: ; ,
: ; ;
of Hendry county About 2,800 of advertising campaign to better Steel grows "tired": when sub' ; Printing' ,, '. g'llr, .
acres planted in truck in the county -, acquaint the country with Hendry mitted to sever: strr i fen a i nir':bci : I: ;

comes under the benefit program county, its possibilities, advantages of years.Zf2Mu'. i ,'
and the total of citrus groves and and what it has to offer homeseek- :..... :. ;, ,
improved pasture in the county under ers as well as tourists. "

the program comes to about -- '.
four thousand acres. In the program Lumber Deal
$41,000 -: ." ',;' ;, .d 4 -
l. ; "
was involved a total of some ; '. .
120,000 ,acres in the county. More fL0DAI \* '' '
Closed By Arbuthnot : ;
than 180,000 acres were listed on I : if.'l '>: : ( rt f ,
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work sheets but owners of 60,000r ,
acres failed to comply in the pro/ ." 't :? : \: : ofQ ;. '; :>; .. C. L. Arbuthnot has just closeda .,., ,., \,. ; : : .
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gram. ' :.' .> ,'\_'." ,
I deal covering the sale of $41- IQ! LiIJ : .


Worthy Grand Matron I The McDaniel 000 worth sale represented Lumber of timber Co.timber to, the of on Felda.J. W 31 WW ::,'. ? J :.; : Y \ ;::<;!'; ty: ;.


Visits O. E. S. Chapter sections of land in Hendry and .
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Collier counties originally purchased (im < >:
from T. T. Scott and Mrs. K.. K. H1 '

(Moore Haven Democrat) Carson of Immokalee, respectively. III v : : .
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5rs.: Charlotte B. Perry, Worthy The sections involved are closerto IS ;::1 stl ;:- {
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Gi" ad Matron of the Grand Chapter I Felda than to LaBelle. m .,
Order of Eastern Star paid her of- Arbuthnot will continue to operate r4 MerIt _
ficial visit to the Moore Haven I his sawmill here on timber '*1 Rilltf1 i o al"Stop ,; ",. :: ,

chapter last Thursday fiem Glades and other sections of :'
evening. :
I :;; : ;:
he still f
Elaborate preparations for her Hendry counties which '. "\ ;< ** J- ,
1 coming had been made by the local owns. McDaniel Lumber company ..'., :.,.*... ., '
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I has been operating in Felda for
chapter and a bountiful banquetwas

rated served Woman's in the Club beautifully rooms at deco-,sev-I several yeais.GOLDEX /r : : ;, '

en o'clock by the Mollie Settle ANNIVERSARY IS at tit.. ; i / ; ;fJ : 1
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class of the Methodist church. A CELEBRATED BY W. HALLS ; : :

profusion of sweet peas were used I tloteL Patrteia f. ... -
for decorations and place cards (Hendry County News) !' \., .
were in blue, the chosen color of Mr. and Mrs. Washington Hall ,, .'. .,'; .''. .
the worthy matron for the year. celebrated their golden wedding anniversary 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll ",1" .: .' -- See' .... "..::,;- ,- .- '.r:.7, .
Mrs. J. P. Moore had arranged an at a 'reception Sunday af- : '. .'::_:. '

interesting program as follows: ternoon at their home' here. A num- .1, ,_,
Address of welcome 'by Mrs. Jew- ber of friends and relatives called Outside RoomsVith ': '.' '

el Lawrence, worthy matron. to. extend congratulations and present Private Bath .. :: : : : ", j. ::, ; ..
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Response by Worthy Grand Mat gifts of remembrance Punch --" f"; ..' ',' .r; :-;.; :..:' -
COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
ron.Two and cake were served as refresh- ; "i. ;: '.. : : .,' i
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vocal solos Paul '
Boe.
ments.
Piano music during the entire Those attending were Mr. and Overlooking Biscayne Bay /Vt:f::j"j i, : 1. ':: ; :: ',,' .

banquet by Miss Jean Stalls. Mrs. William Tom Hull, Mr. and Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and :, ; ) ;:t; ; :, > :':
; : :
The evening was spent with offi- Mrs. Wade Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Business Section. .
cers exemplifying the work of the Dennis G. Small, Mr. and Mrs.
order. The Grand Instructor, Mrs. Edward Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. -
RATES TheLUBRICATES
Helen'Ware, of Fort Myers was a I Colemaa Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Clewiflon ws
guest and other visitors included Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hall, the 2:
:Mrs. Bioadfoot' and Mrs. Pressleyof Rev. and Mrs M. D. Alderman, $1.50 Single I

Clewi'ston, Mis. Futrul, Mrs. Mrs. H. L. DeLaney, Mrs. Ella Car- Double
Mills and Mrs. King of Fort. My 1 son, Mrs. Jennie oole, Miss Madge $2.50

ers Hull and John Leslie Hall.
\fter closing the lodge at a late Out-of-town guests included Mr. < Special Family, Weekly &.

hour refreshments of Klondike and Mrs. Cecil HaIl, Mrs. W. .H. i Monthly RatesS.

cam1, fudge and coffee were served'! Bridges, Miss Velma Bridges, J. F. f D. McCREARY, Proprietor
by Mrs. J. W. Adkins and Mrs. 1.//, Bridges and Perry Hall of Pahokee, r
.
E. The Scott.hall was beautifully decorated no Mr.,. Mr.and Mis.and Mrs.Herbert Arthur Hall Hall of Good and- '.' '\ -. :.--- .- ,- '- : .,-i::( ?L :---E 1--: 6 $ r j;.: I Ir

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garden flowers by Mrs. Miss Eva Grantham of Clewiston. I
Mary Moore and Mrs. Edith Daugh-

teryr'I''I Digger Wasp Uses Pebble
I The digger wasp takes a small
Report of Fishing At / pebble in its jaws to beat the earth DOES YOUR CAR STAll EASILY ?
'lard on ton of !its r''ft.

Liberty Point CampThe I
.4 ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

following fishermen with a
report of their catches for the weekending
Good FarmTrespassers
January 23 is given this
we,'k by J. L. Tindale, owner of
the Liberty Point Fish Camp:
On January 21. C. J. Brown, Land
Mi Fields and one other man from
Bdle' Glade caught seven nice bass
including one eight pounder, one I fOlRent
five pounder and one four
er On the same day Capt. POUnd-\\

Miller and party of Sebring caught
four ranging from two to four I

pounds. .

On the twenty-second a man fail-

ed to give his name, from Clewis- '
tr'n< fished a little more than an 6
11'' 111', and caught three bass, one
ef width weighed seven and a half Will Pe'| f.
POM ads. On the same day, Paul
81 j iih I Z. Matis, and V. E. Fields ProsecutedCiewiston .
01) Delle Glade caught thirteen nice
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OM<' ; one of which weighed seven .:. 1
pr, uids and two others three. C.
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Mlbrought
)
of j thirteen from two 1
to six and a
h, If pounds. Mr. and Mis. H. P. ;:
Iuh tad of Clewiston TtIc-:
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caught six .....r.- ;
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nebbing from one to four pounds : :
anti! one small lobalo. Realty AndDevelopment ,

nIl tke twenty-third W. E. Schu- '
n'' 'r" of Sebring brought in ) I
t'.'. bass
i\e weighing from a pound
cud ., half to seven pounds. He was "S
ot'i I. for about six hours. Mr. and Corporation apCD ytF 6AS0 UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
!If, E.V.. Kendell and friends of
EO
\'c' Palm Beach caught twenty- I I MOW 0911Op INCREASES POWER 'SAVES WEAR .

e '. bass the same day weighing "'q..,...............,.................................................................-...". -

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FRIDAY FEBjRUAttY\ 4, 1938 THE CLEWISTON! NEWS
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i .;.............................................................+.!....................... ...".....). Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schwallerof day morning. NOTICE OP AI'I'LICATIOItf FOIl NORGE REFRIGERATORS

:y: Personal Mention Mediapolis, Iowa were guests Junior church 10:45. (Senate TAX Bill DEED No. 1G.1) I I I Furniture and Homo 1-urnLshingg
8' j: :*: of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knight Evening worship and sermon by --.-

; ::: Thursday. The Schwallers ,are cou- the minister at 7:45. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I I PHILCO nAPIOSi
: :M1N1N1111N1111N1N1N1N M1N1N1N1M 1.:":":":":":.: :N11 sins of Mrs. Knight. Senior Endeavor on Monday ev- G. D. Etherton, holder of Tax Certificate ,
i I No. 249 issued the 5th day of. Household
' F. A. Flanders of Moore Haven ening at 8:00. August, A. D. 1035:> has filed samel i Furnishings

I was a visitor here Wednesday ev- Mrs. William Kline and Mr. and Junior Endeavor Wednesday afternoon in my for office a tax and deed has made to be application Issued- i j I: Inc.

ening. Mrs. Ralph Howard of Savannahare at 3:30. thereon. Said certificate embraces the

visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N. The public is very cordially invited County following of described Hendry, State property of Florida in the,i'I i BELLE GLADE FLORIDA,

Tax Colector F. A. Dougherty of Smith and sons. Mrs. Kline is an to worship in the Community, to-wit: ,
LaBelle aunt and Mr. and Mrs. Howardare Church. Lot 1, Block 176. Clewiston. I
was transacting business
in Clewiston Wednesday. the parents of Mrs. Smith. The communion services held inI I The under assessment the said of certificate the said property is.'ued- .

the Community church last Sunday' was in the name of C. Thorpe.
morning attended Unless said certificate shall be redeemed CHANGE RENT RECEIPTS
. was by a large
Mrs. Joe Schroeder and Joe
W. I. Leach of Daytona Beach son, according to law the property -
left Wednesday for Stuart for a congregation The choir had pre- described therein will be told: I -
and visited friends in Clewiston Sat' to the
pared fine of highest bidder at the court
a
program apprcpr
urday. visit of several days with relatives.Mrs. house door on the first :Monday in
; Schroeder plans to have herson's ate music and the minister discussed the month of February, 19C8, whkh I
the subject, The World's Great- i is the 7th day of February, 113S: II I
tonsils removed while they Dated this 14th day or II
F. L. Williamson, J. H. Doty est Memorial. ta ss. January,
are away. I
and Mrs. C. M. Jarvis spent 'Monday ,I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
-- I Clerk of Circuit Court of I
in
Sebiing. CATHOLIC CHURCH Ilondry County, Florida.
Mrs. J. J. Graham returned
:yes
Jan.
11- 2128, Feb. 4. '
tcrday from Jacksonville where she I
Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. R. C. Wilson has been spending several weeks. (Fr. J. F. Walsh, Pastor)

and Mrs. C. E. Nail spent Sat- Her son, who has been ill in a Mass every Sunday at St. Marg

urday in West Palm Beach. Jacksonville hospital, is also visiting aret's Church, Clewiston, is at 8:30 ?. M. COUSECounselor
a. m. On the lasl Sunday of the Pd.AN
I here with his parents. DGEiT
month at 10:30 a. m. mill' OUR
Attorney at J,
G. B. Thomas visited here with :u\

,' Mrs. Thomas and their daughter.I Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and son, Junior choir meets each Saturday -

;','. : Mary Louise, this week. .11 Johnnie, left Wednesday _by train morning at 9:30 a. ,m. Hopkins Building
Adult choir meets each Wednes-
for Toledo, Ohio, where they are Wednesdays and Saturdays
day evening at ..8.STORK It is as simple as it sounds,
\ .. J. E. Beardsley, C. H. Berue going to attend the Golden Wedding too. All need is
' a modest
.. you
Y and J. M Couse were business vis- celebration of Mrs. Schiffli's 0:30 to 4:00 I I down payment.Then the bal-

::( itors in West Palm Beach Friday I parents. VISITSMr. ,I ____ I ance is spread over a period,
+ repayable monthly just like
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I and Mr;,. Clifford Bealty f I rent. No worry, no bother-
';'". ',' Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias are Grady Echols, who for several are parents of an eight-pound baby L. B. Mershon and you have something to
; moving this week-end into their was connected with the com- show for
years
girl, who was born on February 1st. your money.
tr J new home. missary department of the U. S. S. AGENT j Whether your income is smallor

{:"r Corporation, returned this week Mr. and Mrs. Perry Andrews of large, you can find the

: ; Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace and and is again employed at the South Clewiston announce the ar- New York Life exact home for the amount

...:'" ?2 son, Rodman, of Okeechobee were South Bay Commissary. rival of an eight pound baby daughter ;you can afford monthly. If
: Insurance ;you want to build, use our
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?: visitors here Wednesday evening. in on Sunday, January 30th. CompanyA Home Owners' Consultation

.t :!""', Clewiston visitors Fort Myer. Service for ideas-without
5 Xd' FLOKIDA
:,}.:.:: ', Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall and on Friday included Mrs. J. A. :Me! Many Patents to Pennsylvanians I obligation. Learn now how

?%t R 5 iy;: Miss Eva Grantham were VISltO'S'J" Gehee, Mrs. Elbert Stewart, Mrs Pennsylvania was the most active II easily you can favorable own your: homeat
I prices.
-:;>": in LaBelle Sunday.Mrs. Sidney ,Crochet, Mrs. Keathley state in granting patents in the post- present

,:'J:1.; ;;:;: Bowden, ?Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, and Revolutiol1
If : :; Pruda Gore of Biloxi, Mississippi daughter, Jean, Mrs. F. M. Wright eral government took over the/work. .

;t:. was a business visitor !ri and Mrs. d. B. Rackstraw. & Watch-maker'''I Clewiston Federal

s.. Clewiston Wednesday. Big Tree
.i :'.. Grows in Georgia'
t; 7.j':::: ," I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer One of Georgia's rarest botanical r All Savings and LoanAssociation
:" ':: Pete McIntyre has moved into of Miami spent a few days here specimens is a big sequoia, or redwood Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

.:;:. the house on Royal Palm 'Avenue last week-end visiting friends. The from California, which is Optical Repairs

I' (;;" -" recently vacated by the Cornette Redelsheimers are former residents.Mrs. : growing in the city cemetery at ,

:'''-. family. Claude L. Downs who spent Milledgeville. AT CHRISTIAN'S BARKER SHOP i "

:.,, --- last week in Miami returned with ------ ,
:> .: Miss Evelyn Schultz and her sister them.

>!:': :" Mrs. Lucile Bowers, have mov-
1.
>+<,is:;: ed into one of the new Oglesby I BRIDE IS HONORED WITH ...

", Apartments. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER
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:< Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lapp of Port
rY >: I' Mrs. William H. Warren, who before -
,' and P. Paulde Maya of,
;-.i ;- Mayacca I her recent marriage was Miss
: :' Stuart were visitors in Clewiston I
,
Gladys Willis, was honored witha r
,
.,;' : Sunday. I miscellaneous shower given Fri- 3 1

-\ :: day afternoon by Mrs. A. O. Ward
;;:.: T. B. Shelley returned Friday and Mrs. C. W. Simmons.
::f.' '.-, from, a visit in Kansas City. Mrs.
:t:' "'.,: \ Shelley met him in West Palm 1__ The shower was, given at .the _
; bride's home in the Greene Apartments -
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:;;; Beach.
and was a surprise to her.
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:;':' .. ; J. L. Edgerton of Atlanta, and Sandwiches, cookies and cocoa

Phil Bernstein of Detroit were vis- were served by the hostesses. A

,:'.", : itors for a short while here Thursday profusion of lovely gifts was pre-
evening. sented to the honoree by guests' ATLAST000AWORKUSS WASH AYI

V who called during the afternoon.

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Mr. and Mrs. L. A.' Turner and The guest list included Mrs. G. _
j
,t Charles' Turner spent Sunday visiting B. Thomas, Mrs. Harold Spikes,

:': :' Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Taylor in Mrs. Gratton George, Mrs. V. C.Woodward. .
LaBelle. Mrs. Joe Cato. Mrs. This Is All YOU Do Bendix Does The Rest ,'

\ I George" Yon, Mrs. Hubert A.: ;-,.':

Land'i ,.. ,. g. AUTOMATICALLY :
Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. { ;
' : .;, Miss Lois Prince, Miss Dorothy "r
%>,7. Craig, Smoky Orbourne and HarUn Haven, Mrs. A. P. Wynn: Mrs.
Ezelle, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs.
.. Hollingsworth were visitors in ma
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., G. Johnson, Mrs. Mack Mahon,
Okeechobee Sunday.
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Mrs. Harry Turner, Mrs. T. B.
,:::; Mrs. C. R. 'Cruze, Mrs. L.
Shelley,
'.,:", Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith andson c
'" A. Turner, Mrs. Ed Colyer, Mr,3.
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'' Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
' I Lucile Bowers, Mrs. W. Montgomery 1L
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. Howard and 1Irs.'illiam Klin ,
> :' '1'' 'f'x :rL'G.:
Mrs. Ivan Boone, Mrs. H. C. air '::
1 :: were visitors in West Palm Beach .
F.: Avant, Mrs. R. C. Black, Mrs. Paul I Put dry soiled 2 Set two automatic O Remove clean ',

(:;:',, ".;.& Monday.Mrs.. Bussey, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. M. I, t- : clothes into the controls add *5 clothes damp-dry, ,:
'f" '-" '' dry cylinder. soap and bluing. ready! for line.
Emrich, 'Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. T.
,' F. Deane Duff returned
D. Smoak, Mrs. E. ,R. Geiger, Mrs.
, -. Monday from a visit with her mother -
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M. Doke, Mrs. E. Walker, Mrs. f-ill
; Mrs. F. Edward Bryant, and her % ONE now all the time-taking, backbreakingdrudgery'of
Charles Christian, Mrs. F. A. Han- i:
sister Mrs., Stafford Beach, in Palm s .
nah, % > : .> washday!
" "r Beach.
Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs. CampbellE.
G <, The Bendix Home Laundry gives clothes an
Mr. and Mrs. French of Nail, Misses Cora Mae Brantlpy,

Denver, Colorado, visited Mr. and Clarice Lammons, Elsie Lammons, <; agitated pre-soak, washes them, gives them

Mrs. J. F. Tippey here recently.Mr. Mae: Whitten, Dorothy Craig, Saun- o a three separate fresh water rinses, spins them
dal Watson, Livonia Congdon, Alma -
and Mrs. French were residents
of Clewiston several, years ago. Anglin, Ulla JacobsenIae Lil- I r% %ry: i { damp-dry, cleans itself, then stops-all automatically -

ly Stone, Evelyn Schutz, Marcia 4y:. < without hands touching water! ':.

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Crews of Avant, Roberta George, ,Bernice O' .' ,"

Lake Placid, :Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Neal, Hazel Prince Dorothy Hare, >A {{r; ;HeeP c i Bendix makes clothes cleaner, whiter, more
and Mrs. Lola Skipper of Billie Hooker, Bernice Guthrie
' Crews Washes sheer fabrics heaviest woolens.
- : sanitary. ,
Bell.
Ocala were visitors in Clewiston I Mildred Ward and Christine .
'" Sunday. I Bendix uses less soap and bluing. Causes far less

MRS. ;MILLER WINS HIGH SCOUR W
ci wear on clothes. Saves money where a laundress
Bob Patterson, who is a fresh- PRIZE AT CLUB MEETINGMrs.
le is employed or clothes are sent to a laundry. "
,: man at the University of Florida, r
arrived from Gainesville for a few ; Leslie C. Miller received D t'

days visit with his parents, Mr. high score prize at the Wednesday '. The Bendix Home Laundry is safe. No wringer

',. and Mrs. R. Y.: Patterson. afternoon bridge club which mot a D S to catch hair or fingers. Easily installed in basement ..
with Mrs. :M. E. Yenawine this
.1 kitchen or first floor service room. even isa ;
;" Mrs. Palmer A. Canfield of week. The prize was a rafia sew- 1 -

::;.:- 1 Kingston, New York, and Lake ing' tray. Mrs. H. R. Hall received in a bathroom. No set tubs needed. "

Worth, was a guest of Rev. and a novel- ash tray for low score i p B B r

Mrs. Forest C. Taylor at the manse prize and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Small down payment and terms to suit your
Wednesday. a set of coasters for cut prize.A .
". on budget make it easy to own a Bendix. Visit one
,. delicious fruit salad, IRE For thrilling demonstration! '
pecan
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: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Exley of sticks and coffee were served by 0 C 0 M E IN Get our liberal trade-in offer! of the dealers below for a demonstration today!

Savannah, Georgia, are guests of Mrs. Yenawine e to Mrs. Miller, Mr*.

.. Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Bestor. Mr. Hall, Mrs. Bowden, Mrs. J. W.

Exley is connected with the Savan- Ezelle, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Thomas Ee lVJarette.j

nah Sugar Refining Corporation. Ivey Pafford, Mrs. T. B. Shelleyand ,:,.;;;:. :
Mrs. G. B. Thomas. :.' "

,'\ Several LaBelle ladies, including '
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Mrs. H. L. Delaney, Mrs. A. L. CLEWISTON COMMUNITY : ::; ; Clewiston Radio Shop ;
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Taylor, Mrs Armstrong, CHURCH ,
Harris and Misd! Edna. Dfeyer WereJn '; ..
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-- 'vleHhHi ffhn\ft: Clewtaton MOndays J\"Qrekt: 0. 'Ta)'lpr, Minister. : :; ,,;', Phone 362

Sunday school at 8:45 every Sun N ,; .." ,

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