The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1938
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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System ID: UF00028415:00669
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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The Clewiston News the Ladies Aid meeting last week. WITH A FEW POUNDS OF SEED into a forest land. That would mean i i
I The law escorted them out of town, climate improvement, not only In '
but they deserved an extended stayin With just a few pounds of caje-
the Everglades, but in all south
Published every Friday In Clcwlston, somebody's jail till their man- put seeds, the whole Evergladescould
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS ners improved. LaBelle. Fla. Florida. Thousands of acres wouldbe
Inc. be cheaply reclaimed!
There are so many of this typeof 12037.TO reclaimed and at the cost, he j
solicitors who flock to Florida THE EXHIBITORS OF John Gifford, probably the best informed says, of only a few pounds of the
EA'I'JII.EY BOWDEtf Editor tree expert in tho United
seeds of the tree.
each winter that it is hard for the THE HENDRY COUNTY FAIR:
States made this statement recently = Kissimmee Gazette.
honest, respectable and upright We, as the judging committee of in one of his interesting articles.Dr. .
. Entered as second class mail matter solicitors to follow the same trade
February I, 1927 at the Post Office in Hendry County Fair, ask to serve Gifford would have the caje-
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of in the same territory. the LaBelle Parent Teachers Asso- put seeds sowed by airplane. He
March 3, 1897.Subscription y J1EM11NOLE+
ciation, Sponsors of said Hendry says they grow with amazing rap-
Jim Beardsley is getting old. County Fair.RECOMMEND.
idity. He knows that if the Ever-
Rate $:.00 Per Year. There's no other explanation when .
THE FOLLOWING: glades were covered with tree-
I is is pointed out "the father -
man as
Advertising Rates On Application. Due to the lateness in dates of growth, it would mean the creationof
of-". A lady from Gainesvillewas '
the said Fair and the several mis- untold wealth for all of Florida."A .
introduced to Mr. Beardsley a
Devoted to the advancement and wel- understandings between the Royal forest is not just trees planted -
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. short time ago, "are you Jim '
Palm Shows and the Said Parent
Beardsley's: father she inquired.i in rows and is not solely for the
Teachers Association regarding contracts "
production of lumber
She had known young Jim In Dr. Gifford I
etc., and there being no cat- says. "To be a real forest forest
WE NEED STREET SIGNS Gainesville. He probably will get a I
alogue or premium lists publishedor conditions "
chuckle from the story when he, must be present. This:
available to inform the publicor means, it seems, a number of .
The streets of Clewiston are bad- hears: it-after years of being
ly in need of signs, and the houses known' as "Jim Beardsley's son", exhibitors as to the methods of thIngs-the number of trees to the! ACKSNVILLEFLA

could use a few name-plates on to find out his dad was known as awards or how judging should be acre, the proper kinds and sizes,
done. This leaving all exhibitors Ignorant the richness of growth moistnessof
conviction of ,
them. This is the "Jim Beardsley's dad".
strangers who wish to locate any of the methods which said air and soil, the .proper amount GARNET ANDREWS.MaM9ei
resident of Clewiston.It judging should be done by scoresas and kind of humus, and the proper
It's time for all you contestantsto follows: Varieties, Quality. Uni- number and at
variety of animals
and; modem, fireproof hotel In the heart of down
is not only impolite but ex- be slicking up your gardens. formity, Marketability, Educational plants] both large and little, upon town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
tremely difficult to point the di- Only one short month till the judging Features, Appearance and Arrange- and in the upper layers of the soil shower, toft water, ceiling fen,radio, slotted
rections. Just try telling some one takes place. If you have veg- ment. fummer door... Every Bed with innerspring
For the Everglades, the cajeput, mcttreti and reading lamp. Running la
how to. reach the Owen home, or
etables and flowers notify the Gar-
Since the above qualificationsshould Dr. Gifford believes, is the tree water on every door.
most anyone else's.The den Club Mrs. G. B.
secretary, that could AIR CONDITIONED
constitute an exhibit at any convert the entire area
government reservation is a Rackstraw, that you wish to enter COCKTAIL LOUNGE COffEE SHOP
and all times, there is a questionas --------- DINING AND MEETING ROOMSRatct..Smgle
joy because of the names on the the contest. There bountiful I
i iI to whether all exhibitors of the with Private Bath
houses. I cash prizes, and they are well !! respective communities exhibiting I 78 Room $2,00 80 Rooms $2.50
We'd like to start a campaign to worth a little labor. I II I understood the above qualifications I 40 Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms 53.50
,I 10 Sample Reams with Print Beth $400
have a similar marker on everyone'shouse. or not, If so there, possibly would .Slljkl lAttent fo> doubts occupancy Ti J.I

Life for filling station and Another benefit party at the I have been minor changes relative. rtORIDAI OtA..B POUND HO..I.

drug store attendants would be Rectory Valentine Day by St. Margaret's to the above with their respective HOTK ATISN V HOTEL DESOTO
much simpler. They do most of G_,.,T... 5..A.G.CHANGUEfifRECEIPTS".
Altar Society. No excuse exhibits.We i .... -_
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the directing In town. I I stay home. The kids will to.j I Therefore as the Judging I I

themselves at the playground across I Committee recommend the follow
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SCOUTS the street and mother can keep a ing: That the communities of Clew

watchful eye on them from the iston and Felda receive equal partsof ;
Clewiston is particularly happy card table. monies to the amount of thirty A
this :year during the annual Boy
--- dollars or fifteen dollars each and
Scout week, because we, have a A couple of traveling men ate that the individual exhibitor cr

newly reorganized troop of our dinner at the Sunrise Cafe, oper- exhibit be paid the sum of five r-

own.A. ated by the Jap-now a loyal Am-' dollars making a total of thirty-
Boy Scout troop is one of the erican. Recognizing him as an Oriental five dollars.

finest assets of a community. The but misplacing his nationalitythey This committee in fairness to all ij

ideals of Scouting bring out the bemoaned the present conflict, think. this the best procedure to

finest in the character of each sympathized deeply with the Chin- take and we assure each Individualthat

member and the group works together ese and even advocated a boycott on we appreciate your untiring

to further these ideals in all Japanese goods. Their vociferous efforts and cooperation and we as-

youths. tirades were received by the Jap sure you that If we have another

President Roosevelt Monday with smiling assent, and it was not Fair we will all be better informed -

night said by means of youth move- until after the men left the res- and know the necessary proce- P pta

ments American democracy wouldbe taurant that they learned their list- dure relative to exhibiting.Your .. OUR BlID Ej

safeguarded. "We should be ener was not a Chinese but a Jap exhibits were wonderful and Stop fit fA.timet jy ; ,ytL

especially thankful for a youth anese. They were properly chagrined we wonder what an exhibit you

movement which seeks to preserve for the Jap by his gentle-, would have had if you had the PattieUI

such simple fundamentals as Phy-, manly behavior denied for his countrymen time to get another one together.We I It-is as simple as It sounds,

sical strength, mental alertnessand many of their accusations. certainly hope that the above too. All you need is a modest

moral straightness-a move- recommendations will meet with 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE down payment.Then the bal-
ment to support the ideals of the approval"of-ParontToooU -- I I '. .-,JfpJPjUV, PiSSA-QZiJ,a.period! ,_
i:oatsrae dtadzsrs n1suII ua nn Association an-a the exhibltGr'S.It bother-
peace." All Outside Rooms With rent. No worry, no
the respective communities. and have something to
And so the News wishes to add I I'By Private Bath you
to the customary "Happy Birth- Too Late To Classify Respectfully submitted, show for your income money.is small

day" the wish that the local troop Selden L. Stewart, COOL, CLEAN, QUIET Whether your can find the
or large, you
may continue to grow and develop CJQcssell Kay Miss Sally Middlebrough, exact home for the amount
Overlooking Biscayne
among its members strong leadersto Arthur E. Oliver, you can afford monthly. If
assume the duties of citizenship. IIlII1IIIITfiZr1GTQIITlIITIIRHL11Q11lRRQII1Every you want to build, use our
Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
W. T. Maddox, Home Owners' Consultation ,
America needs you-America will motorist at some time in Business Section. ideas-without <-J'
I G. C. Hodge. Service for
always need you. his life has had to contend with obligation. Learn now how

the back seat driver. No matter RATES easily you can own your homeat
how sincere the purpose of those Boy Shot In Leg; f.nor.ible prices.
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the wheel, it usually occurs that Accident Is SeriousOwen $1.50 Single

. RAMBLINGS"Customers 0 when they are suddenly shoved into $2.50 Double Clewiston Federal
the driver's seat they exhibitless

................. .. .. Luckey, 16, Is confined at
:H NN NN Mti NN N N : : : : : : : : : :NN1: :' ability and poorer judgmentthan
those they so freely criticize. the home of his parents, Mr. and Special Family, Weekly & Savings and Loan
walk in. Hosiery LaBelle Monthly RatesS.
Psychology of this character Mrs. Stafford Luckey of ,
s&.lesmen-stay out." Howard Sharp after receiving loads from bothbarrels. AssociationSVioderate
must have influenced the President D. McCREARY
printed those words and posted when after long months of criticism of a shotgun In the left leg
them on the door of the Everglades just below ,the knee Sunday when
of his every aim and action he saw It f iV
News office several years ago. fit to turn amiably to those in the the gun accidentally discharged in
'We'd like a big signboard erect- the hands of James Harris of Clew-
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back seat and say "All right, it'syour - --- ---
ed on the highway east and west of car-climb here in the iston while the two, in the company .

town "Visitors and Customers- front seat and show over me how to do with Frank Turner of LaBelle :, ,. .....................................................,...............................................-....-.............................................................................111- : "

Welcome.-Tramps and Magazine it." were on a hunting trip near Devil's -

Agents, stay out". I Congress took over the wheel Garden. .:. I '?'
Surely no town has ever been I and ran the battery down tryin' to Harris and Luckey were off by .:. ':

so besieged and the yarns these start and didn't get anywhere. themselves and Harris was in the I f

visitors tell! Some of them have Then at the president's invitationBig I act of breeching his gun after reloading -.

missed their calling in life and Business confidently took t'lo: !I both barrels when it went t 60Lf I i

should be putting that vivid Imagination steering wheel, got the engine go- off, Luckey receiving the full loadof CLEWISTON >

to better use than selling ing, but couldn't figure out howto shot. Dr. Weaver, who is attend- .:. I ...

magazines. release the brake. Then Little ing him, says the sheath muscle

There's the bright youth who Business took its turn, pulling levers was torn to pieces and that he may !iJ I

picked out a: comparative newcomer pushing pedals, and messing be crippled as the result. COUI ,

to town for his pitiful plea. He around generally with no results. - ---------- I ..
was one of the triplets (all in col- And all this has been helpful. The action of President Roose- 'i'

lege-the family was practically on Labor and Capital, Big Businessand velt in calling all interests into .*i. ,, .,.' ,\::. :;:
charity-only 3 children off at college Little Business have all been conference and giving all an equal .. ,'. ':'
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) an automobile accident 2 given an opportunity to express a opportunity to discuss our national ; .:'

months ago killed the father, crip- view. All have been given a chanceto problems and advance their suggested \ X

pled the mother, injured 2 sisters sit in and tell their story as remedies has done mor* :r.I. .

and left him to support the other well as suggest a remedy.It than any other one thing to n. .:.

child-a 6 :year old whom lie kept has created a better feelingall store confidence both in the administration -

tied with a long rope in the little along the lino. We all appreciate itself and in the coun-

house he had obtained behind the i an opportunity to blow off try's future. Open to the Public ] > I

school building-here in Clewiston, steam. We all hold certain opinions Out of it all should come a !I : D j jI
mind you!" Now don't you think and it gives us a feeling of self- sound constructive administration I.

he's wasting his talent! importance when we are allowedto policy that will make for the wel- I ,

Then there's the invalid, whose express them. fare of all interests. Both Congressand f

affliction changes every block. Tuberculosis While the complaints and sug- the Nation today are better

', just arrested following gested remedies advanced by La- able to face the task of determining I ?

the, collapse of one lung, makes it bor on the one hand are quite different what to do or not to do than :!: ::

necessary for him to do light work and in conflict with those was the case before these confer- : ,..

and stay in the south. Three made and urged by Industry, the ences were held. tx I

es down, he has an incurable hous-I(I fact that both sides are given a Like the back seat driver, unex- :i: :?i: :,

ailment but is determined say paves the way for eventual pectedly thrust In the driver's seat, f
be a burden to anyone as long as I(I agreement and understanding. these varied groups and interests ::: Green Fees I, =:!:

he can do anything to earn an hon-Equally at variance are the aims: have come to realize that we havea y '
est dollar. His ailments include :;;.: Exceptional Fairways :_:
a and purposes of those groups knownas rough and rugged road to travelat ;

lapse of memory, or perhaps he BIG and LITTLE business, yet best and nothing is.. to be gainedin y ,
varies his story to make life more none of the problems presented by trying to yank the wheel away ; Interesting Greens :f f '

interesting. I any group beyond solution, provided from an able and experienced x x

Worst offenders of all were the]I ALL will work together Harmoniously chauffeur or in continually both-

Insulting youths who demanded In with. that end sincerely ering him with Impractical advice \.J.

Impolite terms to be admitted,-..10I I I in view and: non-constructive criticism. ...% <" ..<... *<
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By Fire WednesdayA : Automobile Accident


Chevrolet sedan belonging to Manning Keen, who left Clewls-

CONSTRUCTION WORK W. H. KettIg of Birmingham, Ala- AT FORT MYERS FAIR tcn Wednesday for Abbeville, Geor- GOLF TOURNAMENT

bama, was gutted by fire duringthe gia, was seriously injured in an automobile -

.j night Wednesday in its park- accident near Leesburg, it

ing place adjacent to the wail: learned here yesterday.Mr. .
temporary -
An almost perfect attendance Hendry county with a total of Larry Nash, Belle
J Clewiston Inn., I \ Keen was hurrying to the' Glade's long
marked the Kiwanis Club's meet- 3,414 points edged out Charlotte and lanky poison salesman
Mr. bedside of his sister mixed
and the
Kettig a companion following
iug Wednesday evening when w. county with 3,345 points to take business with pleasure
: parked the for receipt of a telegram from his father last Thurs-
car the night, locking -
C. Owen
talked to members' the
I the lead in county exhibits at the day by shooting a little
1 the doors that the sister in poison into
at 7 o'clock. Next was a cri-
construction of the new ClewistonInn. Southwest Florida Fair now under- his clubs in the first
morning, it was discovered that tical condition and not expected 10 round of
Mr. Owen is in charge a
engineer way in Fort Myers, it was an- Match Play of the
slow fire. of 'an unknown origin, live. Details of the accident are not Everglades
for the Clewiston Hotels
owners, nounced this morning following 'the Championship
had burned inside it all available, but reports from the hos- being held at the
night and
Company, and his 'talk gave a most decision of ,the judges. Clewiston Golf Club. To his
had destroyed the interior of the pital at Leesburg where he is con- Oppon-
interesting insight into the con- Pine Island, in Lee County, was ent, Jack Barrett, the
car. :Mr. 1ettig's'supposition is thata fined state that he suffered a poison must
struction of the new building. winner of the have
community exhibit, seemed to have been
lighted broken back, fractured in- mixed
cigarette left in the leg and
Three blue prints, showing foun- taking first place in every division. I with dynamite,
as Nasl1.eliminated'
or a short of an electric wire 'caused ternal injuries. He is thought, how- _
dation plan, floor plan and the Hendry county amassed her lead Barrett 5 and 4 with
the fire. He left'the car here I I I I ever, to have a splendid chance if I a sizzling
steel framework, were on display. over Charlotte, county in home round of 39'-36-75
I match
for disposition later, and I I complications do not ,set ,in later. a
proceeded -
Some of the facts given by, :Mr. 'canned products and tropical fruits I that was doped to be close. Nash
on to Miami by bus. His father and brother are at
Owen which interested Kiwaniansmost I and farm products, while Charlotte his bedside. however, had every shot in his bag
were those of the ,amountsof lea in citrus and vegetable exhibits. working. He won the first hole

',:ff-A material being used in the, build- Alva Wins Two FromC. The totals given were as follows: and was never square thereafter,

-:-,.. .; ing. There will-be 200 tons of steel Hendry, citrus '930; Charlotte, 949. I Relief Costs Lower; making the turn 3 up and winningthe

framework in the building, 120- H. S., Monday Night Vegetables, Hendry 837, Charlotte 11th, 12th and 14th holes to

000 brick, 13,000 square yards of 9] 5. Tropical fruits' and farm products Counties Benefit settle the match at that point. His

., plaster. The building will contain -' : Hendry 935, Charlotte 976. card showed birdies at No. 12 and

! 36,000 square feet of floor space,I (By Connie Clark) Home canned products-Hendry No. 16, and stamped him as one

will contain 64, guest rooms, 13 Alva ,girls and Clewiston girls I 712, Charlotte 585. Lee county acted Florida counties have benefited of the hot favorites to capture the

) with private' baths, 30 with coa- met' for the first time this year on as host county and did not com- both through a reduction in their first official Everglades title. Bar-

', '-- ", resting baths. All rooms will have I the local court Monday night. The pete for county honors. expenditures for general relief and rett played steady, golf, shooting a

y, telephones, and the building will Clewiston girls had been ,practicing The fair is said to be having a through added' assistance for the 43-41-84.

;;.'t be air conditioned so, that there I passing the' ball for the, past..week;: most successful season with each needy by the operations of the

i'. will be, a complete, change ,of air and ,showed ,a great improvementover day's crowds surpassing those of State Welfare Act, it was pointedout With the single exception of
', in each each 20 minutes, and I in a statement issued here today Barrett, all other favorites advanced -
,!. '' : room i their last game with: Boca preceding days. Tuesday was the
in the
,'', : in winter this air will be heated. Grande. opening day with school children by Clayton C. Codiington. state Championship Flight. Em-

'if ',c Other interesting facts were The line-ups: Clewiston; Betty being admitted' ''free on that date. welfare commissioner. I mett Shelley of Clewiston eliminated -

t ; I It 5; O. G. McWhorter of Belle Glade
ft. ",'. all materials used; all water pipesare Bethea, f; G. Waters, g; D. Bethea, I Local Are receiving far more through old I
Cagers "BigFour" :
: won' over H. L. Lapp of Pahokee
(, .: '. of copper, all electric wiring is g; R. Wethington, g. age assistance and aid to the blind

:: ',:.', :- in rigid conduits, all windows are Alva: L. Shepard, f; Parkinson, than it expended for both old age I S and 7; Ernest Van Landinghamof

Jt. :,'- :' of steel, all screening is of 18-mesh f; M. Munder, f; Flynn, gBrun-; Champions assistance and general relief .in I Belle Glade took" out C. L. Mc
: porter 3 and 1 John Thomas of
; bronze screening, all floors are of ner, ,g; V. Shepard, g. June of 1937, the month prior to
Pahokee beat Loren Rosenberg of
tile. I the induction into office of the '
c.i Alva girls threw the ball in to
\ Clewiston cagers were acclaimed Clewiston 6 and 5 ; Arthur Wells
;>: .. 'The lobby will be finished of start game ? state welfare board. Comparisonwas
the and a lot"of -
passing champions of the Big Four League. of Belle Glade'eliminated Bill Mc-
}: birdseye cypressand with, the ex- made of June and December
and shooting followed during
after winning two games at a tournament Cracken of Clewiston 6 and 5.
::, ception of doors and .baseboardswill welfare operations, or for the first I
the first few seconds. Alva slipped o
in Moore Haven Friday In the first round of the ,Third
,,< ..' comprise all the wood used in half of the welfare fiscal year.
. ,, away and shot; two field goals, night. The first game was against I Flight, J. S. Harrington of Canal

. \:, the entire structure. (both by L. ,Shepard). Moore Haven and Clewiston won The figures, as obtained from I Point and John Hooker of Belle
. :Mr. Owen's explanation, of the
Hooks followed with a good 20-16; the second was a harrl- reports to State Welfare headquarters -, Glade put on the feature match,

!\ '; tests which various materials were shot to make the score '4-2 in favor fought battle with Pahokee which in, Jacksonville show that during Harrington finally emerging victorious -

,. -given before they were ,approved of Alva. Coach Morrison substitut- was won 18-16. .June of last, year Hendry 1, up on the 20th hole. It

P.-...."_" -t2rvJv] building_ ,was also ,very_ i :1 I Af Mo ,H&bbins for Wethington. V. The Big Four League includes ty had 20 cases, representing coun-'I I was the only extra hole match of
I Jetnea ;''tou...r """ __.7ni"Ro I dividuals who received general re-I
the ..
new type roofing, a concrete in-f LformerJg)-_ hool__star the week. Other favorites advanc-
the free throw. The score vas then oF J> Iief- and
to which 'nails can be driven anoKeer-ciewiston-Moore-Hav-; : ttT the 'amount of- $125\00 ing in this flight were Mrs. F. D.

be placed on a steel sheeting anda 4-3. Alva made, two scores to end I[en and LaBelle. that it then had 28 old age Duff of Clewiston, who eliminated

tile roof will be nailed 'in' place the first quarter 8-3. After getting off to a bad start ance cases receiving 41890.assis't-j' Luther Jones of,Belle Glade, 4 and

Alva threw a long in to I by losing their first of the total amount expended for
over it, making a practically everlasting pass game .1, and W. C. Owen, who won over
and indestructible roof. tart the second part of the game season to Pahokee the Clewiston I month by the county for relief tinder I Gray VanLandingham, 6 and 4.

Mr.: Owen's talk was wellreceived and L. Shepard made another 'goal. players then trimmed Moore Haven the two categories was $334.45./ Losers in the. Championship

, and was followed by? a number Betty Hooks made a goal;' Alva by a score of. 36-14. In December 55 residents of Flight automatically make up the

: of questions whIch' gave those at-, came back. with another goal and The four teams met in Moore Hendry county received old age Second Flight, while the Third

i(: nding a thorough ''understanding) free shot. At the end of the third Haven Friday night, Clewiston assistance pay checks amounting to Flight losers drop into the Fourth

',..r"g :,' and appreciation of the new struc quarter the score was 24-12. Hooks'drawing ,Moore Haven for the first 365.00 from the state and federal: Flight. Play, however, in both the

g:. ture. shot two free'sho'ts to star the last I round play while Pahokee and La- government, and the county WAS new flights will be practically ata

.. quarter. Alva made two goals, Belle were matched against each then expending $192.75 for gen- standstill this week, due to the

score now 28-14. K. Chapman shota I I other. Clewiston emerged victor of
' : P.-T. A. Will Hold + eral relief. number of byes. The only two
i .;., free goal to be followed by one! the first game by the score of 10- Summed up, 55 persons were receiving matches in these sections scheduled

YY, Founders Meetings I free shot, for Alva. The ,next goal I 116. In the second game of the old age assistance in De- for this week will find H. C. Van-

a ii: : was, shot by Hooks, followed again I I night Pahokee won over LaBelle cember as compared to 28 in June,; Landingham of Belle Glade meeting -

\ bj one for Alva. Hooks shot an-;i rather decisively.The while the county's income from)J' Loren Rosenberg of Clewiston
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rt;;;:"::.x 1;:::. The February meeting of theft I (Continued on Page 3) I I final game of the night saw this source was $365.00 as compared -/ in the Second Flight, while S. K.

: :, Clewiston Parent-Teachers Clewiston and Pahokee fighting with its outlay of $334.45 inj ;Swayne of Clewiston takes on Gray

''k,.;::;: ation will be held on Associ-I' Clewiston, RepresentedAt hard for the one-or-two-point lead June. 61 persons were on VanLandingham of Belle Glade in

{ :.;', ening, the 14th, at the High each had at times during the game. relief in June and 43 in general'' the Fourth Flight. -

':'f: ',;" auditorium at 8:00 p. m. Haines City MeetingJ. At the end of the half the score J receiving respectively $125 :. First round results, Championship -
'-'' -- tied 10-10. Clewiston finally ..
,: special program in celebration of was 19275. I : Flight:
;hG-::.; : Founder's Day will be presented. I emerged victorious with' a score of I General iclief and old age assistance Emmett Shelley beat H. R. Hall

;.; Fathers, who customarily shy E. secretary ,of the 18-16. expenditures for the entire -I 7 and 5. -

;a.?. .,:r/ around P.-T. A. meetings, are especially Clewiston chamber of, commerce, The' Clewiston team is composedcf I state during June were $111- John ,Harris beat V. C. Denton,

':.....'::.:'- invited to attend this one will attend a meeting of the agri- : !G67.20. Aid age assistance alone default. ,

:-,-r.',. meeting during the year, and it is cultural committee of the state I)| Forwards: Bob Logan, Bill Hooks, for December was $364,459.Aid I C. V. Parkinson beat H. C. Van-

held in the evening largely for chamber of commerce for 1938, the I Bill Palmer, Bill Bolton and Horold to the blind was not included Landingham, default.

their convenience. I meeting to be held in Haines Cityon Spikes Centers: Hooky Avant and in the statistics, as this form of John Thomas beat Loren Rosen-

There will be a silver offering Monday., Don Carlisle. Guards: Sandy Bell, public assistance did not begin un- terk 6 and 5.

taken for the National Founder'sDay I P. _D. ,Duff, president of the ,local Ed Ward, and Malley Palmer. til January of this year. Arthur Wells beat Bill McCracken -
Gift. Refreshments will be Since funds for the payment of 6 and 5.
chamber of commerce, was with
ap- The boys are wanting games
: served by a hostess committee. I old age assistance and aid to the Dick Bowman drew a Bye.
pointed a member of the committee :any ,town teams'within a reasonable
will be named to the blind from the beverage tax 1 drew
Delegates by Harold Colee, state president. distance. come E. G. Kiipatrick a Bye.

cnunty council meeting to be held However, Mr. Duff was 'unable to and matching federal money, these I Forrest Banning drew a- Bye.

in LaBelle the first Saturday in benefits are made possible, without Tom Shelley drew a Bye.
attend and Mr. Beards-
appointed .MI GLEY
, MRS.< KENNETH: : '
March. taxation, as promised by Kirk 2
new Louis Gold beat Ralph
ley to represent him at the meet- HONOREE AT BRIDGE GOV-I'
; A meeting of the executive board ernor Cone in his campaign and 1. .

at the home of :Mrs. :M. M. Prew- ing.H.. ments it was pointed out. E. M. VanLandingham beat C.
I. Mossberger is chairman of I Fred L. Williamson entertained a I
itt at. 3 p. m. this Saturday will the agricultural committee which L. McWhorter, 3 and 1.
few friends with a bridge party
precede the regular meeting. I Candidate For Senate Larry Nash beat Jack Barrett 5
:,; will discuss the problems of the Wednesday evening in honor of his

: poultry, citrus and cattle industriesat daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Midgley of and 4.Lou .
:.- f, Two ClewistonMelvin Betzner drew a Bye. ,
Beardsley Sells the Haines City meeting. Kansas City, Missouri. Visits .
Dr. W. J. White drew a Bye.F.
High score prize for ladies, a
Residence Lots Here D. Duff drew a Bye.
il Harrington Greeted By manicure set, was won by Mrs.' I. H. L.
S E. Russell of Key West, O. G. McWhorter beat
M. Pafford, and high score for
l;_,j Jim Beardsley, realtor, announces Many Friends Here men, a novel bridge set, by Ross who is an avowed candidate for Lapp 8 and 7.
" the sale of two residence lots Robertson. 'state senator from this, district, vis- Fiist round results, Third Flight
week. Mr. Rus- McCracken drew a Bye.
this Mildred
ited Clewiston
Crescent Drive and Date Streetto ,
on Apple pie a la mode with coffee
made formal announcement C. Owen beat Dr. J. W.
not W.
sell had yet Mrs.
Sidney L. Crochet. The property J. J. Harrington, of Indian River was served to Mr. and Mrs. HoraceA.
of his candidacy, but Ezelle 3 and 2.
consists of lots 1 and 2' 'in block Michigan, director and former Bestor, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, of -
states that he has been met with avery H. J. Stein drew a Bye.
171, and will be used by Mr. Cro- general manager of the United Clewiston, Mr. and Mis. R. D. Lyons beat G. L. Sims
and encouraging- Creech
chet for a home, which he plans to States Sugar corporation, spent Fri- Ross Robertson of Moore Haven -, pleasant Robert
ception over the district, and that 4 and 3.
erect in the near future. I day and Saturday In Clewiston. Mr. and the honoree, Mrs.. Midglsy,
he definitely will be in the race W. C. Prewitt drew a Bye.
The property is one of the more Harrington resigned from the po- .
Simmons drew a Bye.Ed
for the senate. Dr. S. J.
locations in the residential
sition as general manager becauseof
, Mr. Russell is a former county Ward drew a Bye.
S district. The two lots form a ill health last spring, but retained -
,I VISITING HOURS AT SUGARHOUSE superintendent of public instruction Mrs. F. D. Duff beat
:. plot 127 by 130 feet and face the his position on the board of
W. C. Owen home. having served for 16 years I Jones, 4 and 3.W. .
directors of the corporation.He .
iu that capacity in Monroe county. C. Owen beat Gray VanLand
is spending a winter vacationin (Daily Except Monday) 6 and 4.
; Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. \\". Palm Beach, and during his ingham H. J.
", -' Terry, Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs. short visit to Clewiston was greeted 9 to 12-1 to. 4 Mrs. Kenneth' Midgley, Fred L. H. J. Harris beat Mrs.
..' Williamson and little Jimmie Midg- Stein 2 and 1.
;,Flora Deans were West Palm Beach .,
friends Guide
;; by many who were delighted Provided
drew a
visitors on Tuesday Ipy: were visitors in Fort Myers W. C. Owen, jr.
to see him again,
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Pioneer Motor Sales CompanyBELLE H. J. OGLESBY"Save

With Ice-Ice Never Fails"



'. Sales and Service in this Territory :
,.' ,'.
," Tractors. One of the Most Complete of Line ,\l ,\
: :, Mr. H. J. Oglesby has an enviable icvolutionized. For actual tests
Tractors Built. Have one for Every '" record of nine years of satisfactory -\have revealed that food, meats, '

service to patrons in Clewis- vegetables, etc., stay fresher for a
Farm and Every Crop.The ton, establishing his ice business longer period of time, when kept ina
1 here In 1929. Previous to that time; refrigerator using manufacturedice
Mr. Oglesby was engaged in thel I than by any other means of re ;
Pioneer Motor Sales Co., thousand acre farm, there is an to all farmers. The Pioneer Motor ice business In Okeechobee for frigeration.In i
formerly Pioneer Service Station, AllisChalmers'tractor to fulfill I Sales Co., will be pleased to have eight years. He knows the business addition to distributing ice,. i
with modern garage and show- your needs. No matter what kind you call them for demonstrationand thoroughly and lends every effortto Mr. Oglesby handles the famous I
rooms located in Belle Glade, Fla., of farming you practice, what crops they will gladly explain howconve'nienUy supply his patrons in a court- Coolerator, The Beautiful Air Conditioned I
Is the authorized sales and service you raise, what type of power you this tractor can be eous and friendly manner His ev- refrigerator. .
in this territory for Allis-Chalm- are accustomed to using; you'll bought, on easy monthly payments.Back er increasing patronage attests the Mr. Oglesby will place in your !
ers tractors, one of the most com- find something these tractors can of Allis-Chalmers tractorsare fact that he does so' In an admirable home a Coolerator on a free ten !
plete lines built. Daily Allis-Chalm- do for you better, faster, easier, the, matchless engineering and I manner. I days trial. If you are not entirely i j jI
ers crawler' and wheel tractors, are more economically or more profitably manufacturing resources, of one of ICE, as used today -is one of the satisfied with it, the only charge ;
performing: ardous tasks throughout than it has ever been done fce- the World's largest builders of power greatest of all c commodities and a I I made is for the ice used. Why not ;
the country and are used for all fcre. with almost a century of engi- necessary product with which ve make arrangements for this home

crops, all purposes, all conditions, The Allis-Chalmers presents a neering and manufacturing experi- would dislike very much to do demonstration today. Learn for
all farms and all seasons. This fine great variety of models, featuringthe ence behind them. Specialists in the V/ithout. Yet it isn't.so. many years yourself .how economical it is to
line needs little introduction to the I manufacture of tractors, Allis- since spices were used to preservethe I own a Coolerator and how easy it .1
Model B, on rubber, one of
farmer, for it is considered one of Chalmers have built into them the tastiness of food that had long is to buy one.
the greatest manufactured today the greatest small tractors ever perfection that comes only from been spoiled, when a cool cellaror In this review of the leading business -
for its sci- manufactured, at $585.00 deliverer broad experience, constant researchin '
and known everywhere foodstuffs submerged in a tub places in Clewiston we are ;
entific construction, economical operation in the Lake Region. If you are well equipped laboratories and cf cool water 'were regarded as a pleased to call your attention to I
comfort and all around de in the market'for a tractor, you unequalled manufacturing facili means of refrigeration, although the ice service operated by Mr. H. ;

pendability. owe It to yourself to investigatethe ties.We extremely costly. Today through: the J. Oglesby and compliment him as J
Allis-Chalmers tractors come in I advantages of owning a Model are pleased to complimentMr. [use of manufactiyed ice all this is I la reliable business man.
B. There's nothing like itnothngto L. E. Will, owner of the PIoneer r.v" j
all sizes to suit all uses and ,re- -.'
equal it-nothing to compare Motor Sales Co., upon the fine
quirements. Regardless of whether with it-nothing that even approaches line that he represents and referit

you operate a ten acre or a ten it-in its universal appeal to all of our readers. Hendry County Motor Company _






The, Hendry County, Motor Com-: and invite readers of this Issue, to
pany which has just recently com- see and ride in the beautiful new

'i' ." pleted the erection, of their new models. to appreciate their refine- .:.. !
A Progressive Brokerage House Playing An Important : ,
.. building, is now one of the most ments, easy handling and low cost
'- :. "" modernly equipped and finest ga- of operation.In .
ti Part in the Agricultural Development of the I
rages to be found in the lake re the 1938 models Ford more

Glades. Provides a Ready Market for All :'. "' gion. Housing'the most up-to-date than ever before in its history, of

-, .. equipment, The Hendry County Mo- fers to motorists., a complete line '
< ;' : and Secures . tor Co., has firmly established itself -
Everglades Vegetables : : of cars that meet the modern demand -
as ,a leader in the automobilefield for -
:' performance, reliability, .
.,., ,p:" "-' Top Market Prices.The ,, '" in this section of the state. I staunch service, low cost and long
: ,
: Today they are in a position to of- life. Every' feature of advance de-

fer motorists practically every auto- sign and the completeness of detail
mobile service. The business is un- demanded in the finest motor cars
wide experience in growing, packing Being an Everglades institution,
Crouch Packing Company der the personal direction of Mr. is now available in the new Ford.
located in' and shipping and marketing operated by a local man of wide
with packing houses Cornett, who has had a wide ex- Phone today for demonstration.In .
Lake Harbor and South Bay is one I vegetables. Mr. Crouch maintainstwo experience in the business and one perience in this line. He is well this review of the leading
houses of the packing houses in Lake Harbor known everywhere for his fair deal- '
of the brokerage known for the progress he has
business in Clewiston it is
is' with ]...... ._ _.__ ., places ,
Lake Region that is deserving of I and one in South Bay. He always ing grower- M buygr.-wlrU litttUtr--' i :- -- j -- --- '- -
prominent mention not only be- pleased to give information regarding there is little wonder that Mr. as a community builder. pliment"Mf"Cornette"upon1'1nTs "ff fr-' ,? .4,,.

cause its owner has been at all market conditions and furnishes Crouch's business continues to Being the local authorized sales and modern garage and extend to

times active in the promotion of quotations witnout obligations. grow. and service for Ford motor cars,I him best wishes for continued suc-

progress in this section, but espec- Because of his favorable connec- In this review of the agricultural they are showing the new models ce i.
ially because they render a valued i tions in Northern markets he is. industrial and business interests -I

and an essential service to the, able to secure for the grower the I of the Lake Region, it is with

grower, providing a ready market I best prices. pleasure that we call your attention Clewiston
The Company
for his vegetables and securing for During season employment is pro- to the important part played

him tip top prices at all times. vided for a large number of people iu our agricultural development. '
Truly this company has marked itself and the conditions under which by the Crouch Packing Company "A Complete One Stop ,Store"A

as an important factor in the they work are highly commenda- and we wish to compliment Mr. M.

agricultural development of the ble. The packing houses are well H. Crouch as a progressive and reliable PROGRESSIVE DEPARTMENT STORE THAT WOULD DO JUSTICETO r'
Glades. I equipped and every precaution is business man interested in
This business was established taken to market vegetables in the the progress and development of
gout ten years ago by Mr. M. H.i i i I best of condition, so that they will Clewiston and the surrounding com COMPLETE STORE UNDER ONE ROOF,

Crouch, a man who has had a I i I I command top prices. munity. I SERVING MANY NEEDS. .-,

. ,
-- --- One of the most progressive mention. In every 'department of

I stores in the Lake Region is the I the store Nationally advertised merchandise -
Standard Oil CompanyMH. Saarland Service I Clewiston Supply Company and it. is featured at prices con-
needs little introduction: to the people : sistent with good business. Such

of Clewiston and the surrounding -1 famous brands as Florsheim shoes,

J. A. McGEHEE, LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR; SUPPLIES STANDARD StationA I' territory, for it Is an .Arrow shirts,. Hickok belts, Jantzen
DEALERS IN AN ADMIRABLE MANNER. ONE OF THE i tion that would do justice institu-I bathing suits, and others are hand-

OLDEST DISTRIBUTORS IN THE GLADES AND city in this part of Florida. For", led here. Because their stock em-
THE FIRST IN CLEWISTONMr. FRIENDLY HOME OWNED : many years this reliable store '''has I braces so many lines, hundreds of
SERVICE STATION \JATERING been serving its patrons with quality people have made this store their =
merchandise and friendly serv I favorite trading center for years.
J. A. McGehee, local dis-''you all that is claimed for it. I TO THE MANY NEEDS OF THE ice. It is under the direction of i Prompt and courteous service is
tributor for the Standard Oil com-
Standard dealers! Standard stations are located everywhere MOTORIST. HANDLE THE Mr. C. V. Parkinson, who is well ,. a feature of the store and they
pany supplies for your convenience and COMPLETE LINE OF STANDARD versed in buying, selling and 'merchandising really make the word "service"moan
throughout this section in an admirable I they offer you courteous service, r PRODUCTS. having -spent many I what it says. Delivery is giv-
He handles the
manner. :whether you are purchasing a gallon years in the business.On ,en without charge to this section,
complete line including Crown gas- of gasoline, a tank full or just town I and all orders, large or small, are
to drop
next visit
oline, Esso and Essolube motor The Sugarland Service Station is your
desire information. For Standard's I' taken care of immediately. ,
oils. The Perfect Combination that a friendly service station catering into the Clewiston Supply. Company II
gives economical motor fuel and and look over the stock. It will All in all the Clewiston Supply
life prolonging motor oil. For the er I Ito the many needs of the motorist, surprise you to find such a large 1;I Company truly typifies modern '

past nine years Mr. McGehee has During the many years that Mr. offering them Quality products ,and variety of merchandise.: Included: merchandising and in this issue it

been furnishing Standard dealers McGehee has been local agent he courteous service. This station was in this vast array will be found.is with pleasure that we call your
has enjoyed a fine business, a tribute clothing for the entire family,I attention to the store and highly '
with an excellent service. He Is established about ten years ago and
not only to Standard products shoes for every member, hardware compliment Mr. Parkinson 'upon I he
courteous and accommodating and =!I|but the manner in which he selves Is one of the oldest in our com- dry goods, notions,' groceries and) fine manner in which he conducts
well known throughout this sec-
munity. It is owned and operatedby
the business. '
Standard dealers. many other lines too numerous toiDry
tion. He lends every effort to stim- Mr. H. B. Etherton, a'reliable R
ulate business for Standard dealers In making this review of the
I business man known all over this I
business people of this section -
and has gained wide reputationby
part of the state. During the time The
that play an important part mate. (Buddy KImbrel In charge I Solomon Islands
doing so.Everyday I in the development of Clewiston, that Mr. Etherton has been in of garage.) Lying 900 miles northeast of Aus-
Crown gasoline wins business ,he has built up a fine tralia, .the Solomons are among the
it is with 'pleasure that we highly The complete line of Standard II
new friends. If you are not alreadyon business by his determination to is most remote of the Pacific islands. ti
McGehee handled
compliment Mr. J. A. as Oil Company products '
Yet, for the Ladrones and
please except
the list, drive around to :your ,a progressive wholesale distributor, everyone. by the Sugarland Service Station, :
perhaps the Marshalls they were
nearest Standard station. FILL UP I ever on the alert to :build for The Sugarland Service Stationis including Crown gasoline Esso and the earliest found by ,white men.

'. YOUR TANK and let it prove to Standard dealers more business. completely equipped ,for all Essolube motor oils, Atlas tires They were discovered by Peruvian
classes of work, featuring general tubes and batteries. Firestone tires adventureres who, thirsting for
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repairing and expert lubrication and- tubes are also carried in stock. more gold, had heard rumors of a
Perfume Named for Island How Mosquito Spreads Malaria service. With modern lift, high All in all the Sugarland Service continent close by to the west.

Chypre, the subtle perfume, takes "I I Mosquitoes spread malaria by pressure guns, and using the best Station is one of our most progressive "Lost" for 200 years, they were re- !
its queer name from Cyprus, the is- sucking blood from an infected human greases they are in position toSfive stations. discovered in 1767.
land that lies in the crook of the being and later transferring you a first class job. If you We are pleased In this issue to
Mediterranean's arm, off the coastof 1\I the malaria parasite to the bloodof want your car properly lubricatedwith highly compliment Mr. Etherton asa
modern Syria. another person who gets bitten. the best lubricants visit the progressive business man and Longest Distance Across U. S.

r 1.\ I Sugarland Service Station. A spec- refer his station to our readers. The longest distance across the
ialty is made of general repairing I United States from north to southis

Palm Changes Foliage Orchid Growing a Science on all makes and models of cars I 1,598 miles; the longest distance
Daily movements of the foliage of I Orchid growing is an exact sci and you can put your car' in tip top wood stronger cast and west across ,the, country
the "piaying palm" of the Orient is ence. Every variety with antecedents shape at this garage for very little Dry wood is two and a half times is 2,807.miles (from Maine to
caused by changes in temperature. is listed in''a stud-book. money Let them give you an esti- tronger, than when_ it is green, Oregon). ,



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I I',.[..\:) :'r..I....................................................... !.................,.\.,.). Misses Mildred Ward Dorothy, Dot Hare Be-, -ited nurse--the for local-the school board Wednesday of health, vis-for way.tip-off The and boys the from game both was teams under school and bus month drivers'ending payrolls February for this 31.

::: .i' Bernice O'Neal, work following the ino- were fighting hard, a lot of fum- Because Hendry county schoolsare

j : .. Personal I Mention ::: : thea, Connie Clark, Carlisle Reddish check-up culations given in the fall. bles were made by the Alva, te.,m. operating on an eight month
, .' I and William Johnson, all members -
i. ; term and because several holidays

4 ;...;:.........................................................................................,.........11 of the senior class of Clewis-the Miss Miss Whit Mae ten Whitten HI- has been absent Owen sition.Winn At the took end Ed VonIach's of the first po-' have already been granted this

D. C. McCorkle of Lake Worth I. ton High School attended in Fort for several days on accountof quarter neither team had made: a I term, the board ruled against a day
visitor in Clewiston Southwest Florida Fair off this week for school childrenof :
was a business Illness.
Wednesday. Myers Tuesday. goal.To start the second quarter Von the county to attend Southwest

Mach went in for Winn. Alva made: Florida fair in Fort Myers.Ira .

's D. H. James of Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Claybaughof with ; VALENTINE DECORATIONSAT two scores in the first few minutesof Crosby's bus route which
Orlando spent the week-end took him about 12 miles east the
was in Clewiston on business Wed- EVENING BRIDGE CLUB the second quarter, but
Rev and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor at West Palm Beach highway to the
resday.i I Brantley came Lack to make gO:3.13anc1
the manse. Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. i South Florida Rosin Corporatio''sturpentine
i Mrs. Campell E. Nail entertained tie the score 4-4.
Miss Yvonne Johnson and Miss Claybaugh are sisters. Mrs. Clay- members of the Evening Bridge Alva scored again to make it G-4. camp, has been cut to
baugh returned recently include Brown's sawmill the far.-
Virginia Jordan and Carol Johnson Club at her home Wednesday evening Hare scored to tie at 6-6, a score as
I Frankfort, Indiana, where she attended I till the end of the therest stop in that direction, since
spent the "week-end in Jacksonville. mother using and decorations I which held
the funeral of their children of school age have movod
; of a Valentine motif. half.
Mrs. A. W. Grove. from the There
Miss Bernice O'Neal and Don Her living room was attractively O. Winn went in for VonMach, turpentine camp.
---- remains one student at Goodno,
: Carlisle spent Sunday in Canal decorated with spring flowers, including Clewiston got the tip-off. Hare was
BENEFIT BRIDGE ON Lee Yeomans, jr., who will be ]inconvenienced -
I the free
Point. narcissus, daffodils, red over guarde" and made
VALENTINE DAYA by the change, but
I caimelias and white and red roses. throw putting: Clewiston in. the
the family resides in Glades county -
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston spent party will be The tallies were valentines, and theprizes lead by a margin of one point.
benefit bridge I and will probably make other
Wednesday in Miami, where they given by the Altar Society of St. were appropriately wrapped Alva then shot two free throws and arrangements about Lee's trans.

went on business. Margaret's church next Monday, Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley won high made both of them. Alva made i portation.On .

score prize, Mrs. R. C. Nowling low another free throw, the score was
the Rectory.
February 14th, at the other end of his route
Mrs. Paul Rardin of Canal Point I Tickets are 35 cents each, and and Mrs. H. H. Turner cut .prhe.? then 9-7. Hare was not to be Crosby will make the stop at Hed-

was in Clewiston on' business Fri will at 2:30. A red apple salad, a valentine ; thrown off guard and made a free
playing begin ges corner to pick up children Clyde
;- day. cake and coffee were served to Mrs. shot, the score 9-8 at the end "f
: Crawford has been handling, and
Roy Alston, Mrs. C. R. Cruze, Mrs.R. the third quarter. Two of Alva's I
: ALTAR SOCIETY at the 4-way station to take in
J. Lee Mrs. R. C. made field goals making the
Nowling, Mrs. men
Mrs. L. A. Turner, Miss Dorothy REGULAR MEETING THURSDAYThe Fred Dunaway's load at that stop.
", and Miss Saundel Watson Harry Turner, Mrs. Tom Shelleyand : score 13-8. Hare was recalled from
< Craig |In this manner Crawford will be
Mrs. R. C. Wilson. the game because of four fouls.
.r'2'" were visitors Saturday in Fort My- Altar Society, of St. Marg I able to travel on the paved highway -
Alva made a free throw, the
7:?: ers. aret's church held its regular meet I from Stallings corner and
'. score was then 14-8. Brantley madea
ing Thursday at the home of Mrs.H. BY Dunaway's load will be lessened.
11' Mrs. John O'Shea and little J. Oglesby. GIRLS SUNDAY SCHOOL, CLASS goal bringing Clewiston's end cf For the remainder of the school

;,. daughter, Betty, of Ortona Locks, Plans were completed for the the score up, 14-10. From hereon term Mrs. A. W. Blake, Mrs. H.

:::Ei.. visited Mrs. Carawan Nelson, Fri- benefit party to ,be given on Val- The girls in I. M. Pafford's Sun-I of,winning both teams and were the game in. high was hopes hard W. Tyler and Selden L. Stewart

; ; day. : entine Day at the rectory. day School class enjoyed a Tacky will act as substitute teachers for
rest of the
hostess served delicious Party given at the home of Mrs. fought, but game LaBelle schools.-LaBelle News.
}" ',' -; Mrs. Kenneth Midgley and little cake and coffee at the close of the O. A. Jones Friday evening. Anne: I went scoreless, Alva winning 1410.If ------

' ';. son, Jimmy, of Kansas City, are meeting to Mrs. P. G. White, Mrs.G. Pafford and Barbara Broadfoot you did not see this game you

;; "' spending this week with Mrs. Midg- E. Smith, Mis.: B. A. 'Bourn, were the committee in charge of missed a treat and should see the Courage in TribulationA
The School boys play
next. High
;} .: ley's father, Fred L. Williamson. Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. arrangements.Each the Local Outlaws Friday night. great deal depends upon ,a

-r Vaughn, sr., Mrs. M. E. VonMach, member 'came in a gloriously man's courage when he is slanderedand
7. Haro played a fine game.
.:, .' T. C. Musgrove' left Wednesday Mrs. ,G. A. Yon and Father Walsh. tacky costume, and a "style LeRoy missed Bill Owen who traduced. Weak men are
The team
/'i for West Palm Beach where he show" was held with Dr. J. W. crushed by detraction, but the

; '. .;. went for medical attention, followS Ezelle and Rev. F. C. Taylor as had to stay out on account of11 brave hold on and :succeed.
UtRS. JONES MRS. ROBBINS ARE injury. As a whole the team was
S S' ing a severe recent mne s. judges. Betty McDuffie won first
:f. ; HOSTESSES TO LADIES AID in better shape than during the
, -- prize and Marianne Jones second
' ; c.
Boca Grande
,Z:>" Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Mrs. A. fer the tackiest costume. Jo Anne game.

' R. Broadfoot, Barbara, Billy and Mrs. O. A. Jones, assisted by Crouch won the game prize. J. M. COaJSE
: _
t:'. ., Bobby Broadfoot spent Wednesday: Mrs. Joe Robbins entertained the Sandwiches and punch were se1'Ved Two Plead Not Guilty\ Counselor and Attorney at Law
at its February
Ladies Aid Society by the hostess committee to Mar-
{ in Fort Myers.
f': '. '. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Reed haves home of Mrs. Jones. McDuffie, Jo Ann Crouch, Jo'I

;.; moved into the apartment in the Mrs. E. C. Mills conducted the Anne Walker, Cleo Scott, Dorothy \Vedllesdn 's and Saturdays

,\,:" : duplex just. vacated by Mr. and business: meeting and appointed a Young, Sheila Foster, Ogie Arnett, A. Hooper, 18, of St.

committee of Mrs. Petersburg and Paul J. McAskill, 0:30 4:00
rt.. Mrs. A. L. Morgan. nominating Nancy Wright, Mary Louise Thom- to -

[tr;: Claude Downs, Mrs. O. A. Jones a!s': Harriet Alston, Doris Simmons, 19, of Lowell, Mass., both white,

" Jules Gedrey has arrived from and Mrs. G. E. Etherton. Other Grace Ward, Jean Augur, Esther pleaded not guilty Thursday when

:r. Louisiana and is employed as sug- routine business was transacted.A Brewer Marilyn Davis and Pat I arraigned before County Judge W. L. B. Merslion
. I led of auto
ar boiler in the Clewiston sugar devotional program, was Bailey. T. Maddox to a charge

k-: by Mrs. Richard Knight. theft, and are being held in the AGENT'

{:' ; house. }I Following the meeting a pleas-' Nash Leads- I county ,jail at LaBelle under bonds J -

enjoyed by Larry of each pending investigationof
:- Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, ant social hour was $500 New
York Life
:,.. :' Bevoly and Betty' Carol FlanikenMyjJo Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. A. L. ,"' State Attorney Roy D. Stubbs.

: (,,-, } '.--i\.imrp--\ aMishs1! [toffs W.JT-jpkPtt H. LaniCr Mrs.: nun C. :E.inxx Robbins=%7urr---nr., Mrs........ )'Ssn'lngt(Continued from n- beatrJohn'Hoolce page 1) ficers The early boys Wednesday were picked morning up by of-in Insurance CompanyARCADIA

s F. C. Taylor, Mrs. H. C. Jones, -
Palm while driving
: 1 up, 20 holes.J. West Beach a FLORIDA
H. V. Briant, '
Mrs. Ed Hayes, Mrs.
Chrysler car reported stolen Tues
B. Jones beat W. P. Jernigan !
: Mrs. Fred A. McKenzie and Mrs. :Mrs.' F. Dean Duff, Mrs. P. S.1i'a- 2 and 1. day midnight from Glen Ethertonin

:.' James A. McKenzie of Okeechobee gen, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs.J. Clewiston.The .
D. M. Dickinson beat Mrs. L. C.
spent Tuesday visiting friends In H. Doty, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. -I
itia-:,' '. Betzner, default. boys told Sheriff H. L. D=
: :::' :' Clewiston. Mrs. Fred McKenzie is B. E. Herring, Mrs Richard Knight, Mrs. O. G. McWhorter beat F. E. Laney and Deputy Sheriff H. H.I J. S. CAMPBELL,

a former resident of, Clewiston. Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Grady Nib- Bryant, default.E. McCall on the way back from West I
lark Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. Jeweler & WatchmakerAll
y'I I E. Kelly beat S. K. Swyane, Palm Beach that they thought the
,x,J Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howard and W. Perry, Mrs. R. Y.' Patterson and default. car belonged to the sheriff and

;.;,." Mrs. William Kline returned' toif'f. the 'hostesses.' New Pairings in the Championship was the property of the county. Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

their home in Savannah, Georgia, -LaBelle News
w: ,; Monday after a pleasant week's vis- COMMUNITY CHURCH Emmett Shelley vs John Harris. Optical RepairsAT

?# : .': it with their daughter and niece, -
vs. John Thomas. School Board Borrows
iY" Mrs. R. N. Smith her family.
and Forest C. Taylor, Minister .

I Sunday school at 9:45. Arthur Wells vs Dick Bowman.E. $3,800 To Pay SalariesAt
>t, Mrs. Tom Hurst has as her guests Junior church at 10:45. G. Kilpatrick vs Forrest Ban- I NORGE REFRIGERATORS

t, :: for a few weeks her two sisters, Evening prayer and sermon at ling. Furniture and Home i-nrnIsliinR3

!:> Mrs. Grace Patterson and Miss Abi 7:45. Tom Shelley: vs Louis Gold.E. a meeting of the Heuclry I PHILCO RADIOS

,i >. tic Metzger of Emporium, Pennsyl-\ Junior choir at seven on Mon- .. M. VanLandingham vs Larry county board of* public ;

tt ., vania. Mrs. Hurst, Mrs. Patterson day evening followed by Endeavor Nash. Saturday afternoon at the courthouse Household Furnishings
; I
: at eight o'clock. in LaBelle the board
-I meeting Lou Betzner vs Dr. J. W. White.F. .
( Choir rehearsal at eight on D. Duff vs O. G.: McWhorter.New I ed to borrow the sum of $3,300,1which \ Inc.

, : evening. added to funds available otherwise
Thursday Pairings in Third Flight: -
friends 'will be interested I
: Clewiston -
Junior Endeavor at 3:30 Wednesday Mildred McCracken vs Mrs. W. will take care of teachers'The
4, in the announcement of the
afternoon.The I C. Owen. I
.... _.. arrival of a baby daughter in the - ----
< ... is cordially invited to
.. public H. J. Stein vs Robert Creech. _
: home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson
,' worship in the Community church W. C. Prewitt vs Dr. S. J. Sim-
; ', ::' Jones of Fort Myers. Mr. Jones
mcns. First Bank oi ClewistonA
:,- until a few years ago was a resi-
.'. dent of Clewiston. .:H N:1.:N N N:N:N:H ti NINININ:N:.IIN:NININ:N:N:NINI<. Ed Ward vs Mrs. F. D. Duff.

W. C. Owen vs H. J. Harris.W. .
,', --
. : I. Professor and Mrs. Olive P. SCHOOL NEWS C. Owen, jr, vs J S. Harring-
" S Watts of Madison, Wisconsin, were

," house guests of Dr. and Mrs. B.] Bernice O'Neal _._....___ Edito J. B. Jones' vs D. M. Dickinson.Mrs. OUT ALL OVER THE GLADES. UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
O. G. McWhtrter E. .
A. Bourne ]last Saturday. Professor Billie Hooker Ass't Editor I I MEN OF RECTITUDE AND WELL KNOWN
Watts is lecturer in chemical, Kelly.
: Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor
O. G. McWhorter and Emmett FINANCIAL ABILITY
at the of
engineering University
1) who tied for medalist, honors
Wisconsin 1.--- I Shelley, -
'-, ;' i in the Qualifying Rounds witha First Bank of Clewiston is*,fern our readers every possible gov-

, James W. Beardsley. Ed Clark,I On Tuesday, 'February 8th, S. A. pair of 79's matched first round a strong financial institution, whose ernmental protection as well as

v.S Coburn Moore, Bob Patterson and I Graves, county superintendent of Match Play cards to decide who services reach out all over the that afforded by the admirable

Richard Bestor have returned to I public instruction visited the Clew would take possession of the Med- Glades. It is under the direction of! policies of the officers and direc-

'.,. their classes at the University of iston school and brought with him alist trophy, McWhorter winningwith men of recitude and well known tors. They carry Federal Deposit

Florida in Gainesville after spend- Louis O. Gravely, a member of the a 38-44-82 over Shelley's financial ability. who have long I Insurance on all accounts up to

ing a few days at their homes American Legion and the attorneyfor 42-43-85. been identified! with the progress 5000.00 for each depositor, and

. 1:,: hrre. The boys had a few free days the school board, who gave avery and development of Clewiston and in every way they represent Safe

<.' '. following semester examinations. interesting and stimulatingtalk Alva Wins- I the surrounding territory. Established -;I ty. Service and Progress.

, on Americanism to the Jun in 1922, the First Bank of Clew This local institution truly fulfills -
. S Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan and ioi and Senior high school students.' iston has continuously served its; a need in our ,community for

'#T. Miss Frances Morgan have moved I What! A Skip Day! (Continued From Page 1) I patron in an admirable manner adequate and reliable commercial

to Moore Haven to ''reside. Mr. Mor- On Tuesday the Seniors had their other goal, :Alva another makingthe for tho past fifteen years. banking service. Progressive and interested -

gan has become manager of the annual "Skip Day" and attendedthe total score 33-19. From the day of its opening up I in the growth and develop

Parkinson store in Moore Haven. Southwest Florida Fair at Fort Betty Hooks is to be complimented to the present time the First Bank ment of Clewiston and the adjoining -

, Myers. Besides enjoying the that she of Clewiston has been noted for there is little wonder -
{ Miss Frances is assistant in the many on the fine game played t community,

First Bank of Clewiston and drives attractions of the fair, the seniors I Monday night. L. Shepard and its sound and conservative manage-I I that they have continued to

back and forth each day. had a picnic and ,brought home Brunner of Alva are very fast and ment commanding at all I witness an increase in their business. -

--- many souvenirs including sailor can throw a very hard ball. The confidence of its depositors. Their .

Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wagner of hats which they are jauntily wearing game was a fast one that everyone,.,unusual record of satisfactory ser In outlining the leading business

: Detroit were guests of Mr. ind seemed to enjoy. ,!vice is a tribute to the policies of of Clewiston that play an important -
Mrs. L A. Turner Monday. Mr. The class, which included Dor- The Bop Game I I the officers and directors
I I in our progress, It is
,,', Wagner was associated with Mr othy Bethea, Mildred 'Ward, Do The lineup was as follows: They welcome an opportunity to part
in Hare Betty Hooks, Bernice O'Nea, Hare bo of service to readers of this j.- with pleasuro that we call your
Turner in a barber shop Okee Clewiston: J. B. Brantley, c; of

chobee several years ago, and lit I Connie Clark, Carlisle Reddish and g; Stone, g; VonMach, f; Hooker, sue. Start a commercial account I attention to the First Bank compliment -
:; and his wife now operate a shot' Bill Johnson, appreciated the holl- f. today, as paying your bills by Clewiston and we wish

and beauty shop in Detroit. They: r day very much. Alva: R. Walker, c; Murray, f; check is an added business secur the officers and directors record up-of

are on a three weeks tour of Florid ., rurse.18ft&. -- Handey, f; Jagnet, g; L. Murray, g. ity.Tho on their outstanding
Mr: Mary W Matthews state of Clewiston the First Bank of Clewiston o!-!! achievement.FRIDAY _
: Brantley won;
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