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 18, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00670
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I because of the rumor that Sonja)as wet as a liquor dealers' conven- be defaced with gruesome placards I ...
The Clewiston Heine was to go through the sugar tion, has bobbed up again and is bearing the mug of this or that as f SUBSCRIPTION 92.00 PER YEAR

house with a party of visitors.) Issuing mythical odds and maybeso pirant. Print shops will be called

Clewlston standings of the various candi-

Published Florida by;every the Friday CLEWIS'l'ON in NEWS,, It still isn't too late to enter dates, but it doubtful. :if gamb- upon to paw through cut files for .ai..A......................................................................................"lit... ..

Inc the Garden Club contest. If you lers who trusted his charts and the larger Union Labels designedto

have vegetables and flowers, register forms in the past will put much I impress the so-called working

EATllLBY nO"'DEN, Editor with the Garden Club. It stock in them again. I I man. Paid political advertisements Good FarmTrespassers

costs nothing to enter and you may Candidates who find themselves will be featured in newspapers .. '

second class mall matter win a prize. There are 6 cash prizes leading the batting average according -I I financed.-.so the public is informed "",- .

T&wua Clewiston ryaI; ,: ,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Orrlce Act of In offered. Judging will be a few days to'Frank's recording will prob-' -by loving friends of so-and-so Land :

March 3, 1897.Snh'lcrfItlon. after March 1st. ably derive a great sense of per-j Radio listeners will find their fav-

I !sonal satisfaction from the figures, orite programs temporarily discon-

Ante $2.00 Per Yenr. I "Father", said an inquisitive, but will do well to remember that tinued to make way for longwinded for Rent '

Advertising Rates On Application. "what is dew?" the ballots which really count are political harangues delivered

"The note at the bank, the installment not sent out from anybody's barber with much throat clearing,. stammering -

on the car and my insur- shop. stuttering, and occasional
to the advancement and welfare i ,
Devoted Clewiston and Hendry County. ance premium," replied the financially I for turning as well as
of So far, as near as I have been I pauses page .-
harassed I
able to figure out, nobody seems station announcements.Hands .

The South scored another victory ADVICE TO CANDIDATESWhen to be very much concerned over I l will be shaken with gusto ,,"'

in the senate, this time on the the situation but the boys who are and backs slapped with vigorous ;.

cattle. We'll running. I find that Mr. and Mrs. cordiality. Bull-necked, red faced, .
right to raise dairy a candidate for office invades ,.
John Citizen would rather discuss aggressive candidates and workers -
win our freedom yet.-Ft. office to ask assist- Will Be h
my my the price of turnips, last night'sbridge will circulate wherever two or three |
News-Pi ess. ance in getting elected to office, I
T score, or Junior's report are gathered together, chucking unresponsive -
meet him with both barrels filled Prosecuted
card, than burden their minds with children under chins,
Town Team has with milk of human kindness in
Clewiston's political cross-word puzzles. I l tipping hats and bowing to 'the ladies -
been really going to town with which are discovered the painful I ._ ,
Now and then among the lay- greeting old folks with charm- "
with well- .. -
games this year. Now a I experiences of the small businessman .
smiles and cheerful flattery. ,
to men ;you will discover some guy ing
lighted court we can expect trying to operate under an
with a for analysis and statis- "What's wrong with the coun
see some of the fin.est games ever i oppressive system of taxation. If the 'yen .
I tics who can add up a column of try" will be explained in detail and !. J;
played in the section. II gun goes off and the candidate gets '
I loose talk, multiply it by hearsayand "what ought to be done about it" I "
splattered, that is their misfortune. ;
CSewisioni !
subtract with a given number outlined in glowing word pictures.::! ;:
Yesterday two of these gentlemen -
In Pensacola the men have organized of IFS and BUTS and arrive ata Charges and countercharges will

a Camellia Club and laid entered the editor's sanctumwith so-called answer, but,. it is a lot I fly through the air with the great- Realty And _
their lips gushing political' .
plans for an annual exhibit of the simpler to put all the names in a est of ease, and a good time will

exqi'iFite; flowers during the winter platitudes and ingratiating sau-' hat, close your eyes and draw one be had by all. lr ''$:
been vites. They remained to stare and DevelopmentCorporation .
If you Clewiston men out, and the result is usually as Instead of trying to figure out,!
should be listen. They left promising to come
thinking that gardening satisfactory. who is gonna get how many votes, ..
see me again. The two men were '
should think .
left to the women, you Before long our highways will what most of us would like to have ;- .;.
Dwight Rogers of Fort
and do
again. Consider Pensacola r with trucks smart tell us is which
who is running for congressmanfrom be' cluttered up sound some guy .
should enter .
li' and our public squares over-run many

the Garden(or assistance Club field) to in the competition women -- who is this campaigning district and for Finley the United Moore turban and attempt to acquaint a1 I promises. ,I ""GI "'C :..:...............................................................................,Il1',..

Clewiston would be a real States Senate in a four-corner race

with Pepper-Wilcox-Sholtz, and .
delight to the eye.RAMBLINGS
Moore says he is going to win.

I Here is what I told these politicians -'

who want to go to Washington ,

and are kind enough to want I

@ e my help to get elected: i 4k :h nr 'i iI
"You want to go to Washington -, h

;............:.......................HEN..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:. I to represent the people of I 'I
Clew- this district. I am one of those
The most popular .spot in i

iston these days is the golf course. whose vote you seek.

The course itself is !'l the best "If you are going up there to I
see what you can get for this district -
possible condition and the new pro,

Don Young, is proving extremely I am against you. If you .t.,.. )7% WITH "."- I:,.':',.. .
popular. He has an enthusiastic following are going up there to see what help

you can give to reduce the appropriations -
among golfers from the
cut down the cost of
whole Everglades section who be-
running the government, put a stop
his friends while he
came was pro
to pork-barrelling, stop building 1
at the Lake Okeechobee Golf

course at Port Mayacca. Add to the post offices and other unnecessary i PERFECTED )
structures, check this terrific bur-
popularity of the pro, the grand
fen of taxation, make it possiblefor
condition of the course and you'Jlfind ] :
the small business man to sur-
plenty of reason for the eienthuriccm -
vive, I will be for you. -
for. golf this winter.
"Don't come in here and tell me I-
The tournament itself has quite,
you are going to try to get the
a few golfers but each day there
government to appropriate so
are many players who are enjoying many
millions to build a dyke, dig a can-
the sport for its own sake, and
al, dredge a harbor, or otherwisesave HYDRAULIO;
some of then? drive 25 and even
the people. If you do that, I .
more miles to enjoy this particular
course. will oppose your election as vigorously -

I as I can.
Don't take the excellent golf "
"Tell me are going to
course for you reduce -
granted simply becausewe
l rave it with us all the lime taxes, make it possible for : >' ;
I me to continue in "business and .
It is
best this :
year. .
have an Incentive for doing so, .

We hear it's quite a thrill to receive and I will help you all I can. You BRAKES 0:'.. : J

cannot do a thing for me except I .
as a prize .
at a benefit party] ;"'.). 'i
help me survive. If cut I >
the you my :
very article made'and
;you yourself I :
:: :1
throat by telling how .
gave for another benefit two I me success- :,. : ..
years ago. fully you are going to loot the J -. .'-

United States treasury for the ben ... .: .-. .
I efit of the Florida medfly sufferers ,;: -
reading .
public and with
mourns the bean ..
the loss of 0. O. thrip victims, or the ,
best-loved the 1 sweet potato growers, I'll cut your : :; >
of today's cOlumnist.1 \ :
( throat! before you get started. *
With ,all his wealth :
cosmopolitan success and "What you must decide, as. a GENUINE KNEE-ACTHH :
character he : ,
never candidate is whether .. ,).
his column lost the you are going '0. -

the Polis,gangling Ohio, who reporter, invaded view-point from Galli-New of to make to help yourself save I'll my famous.life If or J'ouI tiy ) p 85-H.P. VALVE-IN-liEAD EtitH .E.i- : '

arc me, be for you. If :
York nearly; three decades ago. :Because ",. .:( ....t:
you are for YOU, here's
at heart he was still a small- will be defeated gloriously.-hopingyou : flSE2 FO DRAFT UENTU..A1UH4 : "
character, he was beloved by E. A. Menninger in Stuart *-Daily :. ,, .i ,
millions of '. ,. .
readers in small towns i News. : 'I. '' .
everywnere. ..., On Master De Luxe models only -:: >
His death I J
brings out l' .
i .; J> :

name many unique was really facts Odd-Oscar about him. Odd His DDDDDDaDDDDtiDaDnMDmnnDHI' :_' All these vitally important features are available, ... '. '.:_- .

after I\clntyre.-pronollnced became quite the Beau"Ud"Brummell) He Too Late to Classify :. ""Y at low prices, only in the new 7938 Chevrolet.CHEVROLET ". ', /:r' .'.'

success was established. lie I'

possessed!200 neckties a magnificent, other wardrobeof .Wy %issell Kay MOTOR DIVISION, General Motors Sales Corporation, DETROIT, MICHIGAN ;

things in
portion, and believe pro- General Motors Initalment Plan-Convenient /JB_ 5 t___, Economical Monthly Payments. A General Motors Value .
it or not, 200 M n a mn E r
bathrobes. 1

This Is the season of the year :.

There's something y slightly when political prognosticates begin -I
short .
of a stampede going on in Miami to break out with the itch a ul I ,

these three days-Cause: Sonja assume the task of enlighteningthe

Heine, pronounced to rhyme with world as to the direction and I' 'r-/I\.':

"penny". She may be a Scandinav velocity of political winds.! .

ian skater, but she's America's Cracked and time-worn crystals I 4'MA- 4 .1

sweetheart now. And the Sunny are dragged out of the attic, dusted ,

South, where there are counties i off and put into service. Self-i, ttpL4Zi i V _

thousands who never. saw ice skaf-' appointed soothsayers don robe: an-1

iug in the reality, welcomes her, with orators; trees and fences i"HI

with .open aims and with the adoration more or less disinterested clientele

she receives everywhere with facts, figures and fooey.

We can hardly conceive of open- The position of the moon, stars I

air ice skating in Hiami these warm and planets are taken into consid- Ii i

February days, but it's been go-I eration, while sun spots are view-

ing on now for two weks on the ed with or without alarm as these

artificial ice field prepared for I i J self-styled wise men pretend to inform CIewiston MOtOl COQ

Sonja and her ballet. the lesser intelligent.

I I I Frank T. Tracey, the Jackson-I
1 Note Aside: Several employees ville barber, who sank without

M the sugar houq l appeared tut' t o'ac wb h roittlta; cf thO last: cahilift. : : I IiQrW. \ .T.

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Town Cagers Win BLIND MUSICIAN IS r Fire Destroys Trailer- CLOSE

One, Lose OneThis I Cabin Saturday P. M.I


past week the Clewiston A trailer, which had been co ;-

SCORE OF 1710By Town Team was defeated for the I I BY LOCAL KIWANIANS verted by into Stanley permanent McCorkle living, together quarters -- ROUND GOLF PLAY

second: time this season and added
with all its contents was destroyed -
another victory to its The
( Connie Clark) Robert O. Monaghan, blind musician by firo which spread froma The second round of Match Play
defeat was at the hands of Pa- I kerosene stove after-
and entertainer Rochester Saturday yin
The Clewiston boys basketball of the Championship Flight and

team won a game from the Paho- hokee here Friday night 31-24 New York, was speaker at noon. The house-car had been removed -' the Third Flight of the Everglades

kee team Monday evening by a and the victory was in LaBelle 31-1 I the Kiwanis Club meeting at the from its. wheels and placed Championship Golf Tournament,

' score of 17-10. Brantley got the 19. Barracks Wednesday evening. Mr. on: a wood foundation and Mr. being staged at the Clewiston Gplf

tipoff'over the center from Pa- I[Monaghan is a concert soloist, -)asa McCorkle was residing in, it a- Club, moved into the QuarterFinals -
Pahokee took an early lead in the
hokee at the beginning of the splendid baritone voice and is a lone. It was located near the res- after last Sunday's play with all

game here Friday night and the talented pianist.'V'ednesday idence of Joe Robbins and A., P. favorites
. game. There followed a great deal still in the running, but

, 1:', of passing, during which 'a Pahokee Clewiston boys could not head his talk to the Ki- Winn. a few of them holding their positions -
them. Clewiston's succession of vic- wanis Club Mr. McCorkle had begun he in a rather
player was fouled twice and madea was largely educational j i shaky manner.
free throw each time. tories was thus interrupted by the describing the methods by which preparation of' his evening's meal(II Three of the championship aspir-

31-24 score. i the I and left the stove burning when I II [ants, scheduled to
Hare for Clewiston made three I blind are taught. He exhibited: play so-called
,::' Monday' night the boys travelledto i specimens of Braille and he went into the Winn home. A |" cinch matches, found their
Jt- field goals and one free throw. Pa 'I writing, I I oppon-
, :, hokee slipped away with the ball LaBelle where they won their showed how even geometry' is short time later fire and smoke I ents rather reluctant to loosen

game with the neighboring citv. to the blind were seen coming from all por- their hold on the
and {made another basket, but Hare taught by use of plastic championshipladder
- was playing his best and returned The girls accompanied the boys on clay. tions of the structure. There was,I carrying the matches near

this trip but lost to the LaBelle i no opportunity to save any of the the scheduled limit of 18 holes.
;;/fli again with a goal for Clewiston. Blind persons, said Mr. Mona-
contents of the cabin.
/ '. At the end of the first half the girls after a hard fought game ghan, develop a kinaesthetic senseor I I Among those who felt the subconscious '
the score Mr. McCorkle: is just completing -
by of
20 to 12.
:,:,>:" score was 11-6 in favor of the i "obstacle sense", by which they construction' crown slipping some-

; ;" ,. ,. home team. The boys had trouble the first]J feel the presence of obstacles in a garage apart- what crazily over one ear were O.
ment near the Schult apartment,
:::'/ '" Hare started the second half by quarter of their game, but Spoil became their path as they walk. Mr. Mln-1 and expected soon to move into the G. McWhorter and Arthur Wells

":'. accustomed to the lights and aghan _studied at the New York of Belle Glade, and John Thomasof
c'rw:: continuing his goal-throwing spree. I new locations. All ,of his personal
';".' Pahokee followed with a goal and court and drew out in front to go State School for the Blind and belongings were lost in the fire. Pahokee. Thomas had a whaleof
:. on and win 3119.Experiment holds the of a'time beating out C. V. Park-
'r: :: free shot. Brantley was fouled and degree, Bachelor of
'"':' I' made a free throw. Pahokee made Music from Eastman School of :Music inson of Clewiston, 2 and 1, after

';:"; ,..-:'": a free throw, Hare another free Station Tol at 'Rochester.Mr. Ladies Return From I being 2 down at the turn. Likewise -

[:: shot, and a goal from Bill Owen Monaghan's pleasing person I was Wells" match with Dick

: : :.. Hold Interesting Cuba TripMrs. Bowman of Belle Glade, Wells finally -
as<;: ended' the game, with Clewiston Stock Field: Day ality, his cheerful disposition and I

"-Ir: ,' victorious ,and 'the score 17-10. the persistence with which he patiently I emerging the victor on the last

:::,' ': The players: Clewiston: Hare, f; I overcomes any handicap Herman Scharnberg and hole, 1 up. But the feature scare
'; Cattlemen from this section are of the week occurred when
i.7 :. .. Owen, f; Brantley, c; Stone, g; aroused the enthusiastic interest of Miss Virginia. Gallant returned Friday i
invited to. attend the 1 Deane
Third Annual Duff matched McWhortor's
,;. Hooker, g.Pahokee. his listeners.He .
from six weeks' tour of Cu-
'' a "
Livestock 'Field Day at the Everglades first round of 42 to be all squareat
!/. ,' Alspaugh, f; Belyew, f; Experiment has taught music for several ba and visit with several friends
Station' on the turn. Duff slipped on the
::)-.' Stephens, c; Murphy, g; Hawkins, years, appeared on the concert which Mrs. Scharnberg knew dur-
Thursday, February 24th., begin- last nine while McWhorter warmed -
"i,;:' g. stage, and is now on a lecture tour ing her residence on
many years
ning at 1:30. p. m; up to .a 39, taking the matchby
of the South.FOUNDER'S.
i The Clewiston team had only the island where Mr. Scharnbergwas .
M. U. Mounts, county agent of a 4 and 3 margin.
} one sub, Wm. Johnson, on the connected with the sugar industry -
;," Palm Beach county, whet ,is cooperating I In the Third Flight, Dr. S. J.
C :"' bench Wednesday night. The rest .
,-1'' in the work, explains the .Simmons of Belle Glade battled W.
' ," of the C. H. S. basketball boys DAY IS Mrs. Scharnberg and Miss Gallant.
;; : purpose of the Field 'Day. He '! C. Prewitt to the last hole before
) were unable to play because of : spent the first two, weeks in Cam-
says: losing 1 up. Others to move into
their monthly grades.. aguez province. At the Central
The station is running feed tests ton OBSERVED BY P.-T. A. the Quarter-Finals in this section
,: Hare was the most outstanding, Florida they visited Mr. and Mrs.
were Mildred McCracken with 'a
five different' lots of steers. One
player of the game, making 14 of I Leonard Fox, who have several i I
G and 4 win over Mrs. W. C. Owen;
lot being fed cane silage :
_ the 17 points for the Clewiston sugar ] times visited in Clewiston. At Cen-i
ground and cotton seed] An at which Mrs. F. D. Duff with a 5 and 4victoryoverEd
corn evening meeting
,, ,. ,;,_.' team. snap a tral Vertientes_ where the Scharn-' ,
' ,. meal. Another lot is fed fresh'cut I splendid program celebrating were Ward; and W. C.
:,: < ,' The girls game with Pahokee bergs lived for 4 years they
:: sugar cane, ground snap corn, l Founder's Day was presented, was Owen, jr., and E. E. Kelly, both
: ;;, the 'same evening found Pahokee dll guests of Mr. and Mrs. Graham I I
in better form and winner by a cotton seed meal. Two other held by the Clewiston P.-T. A. at Beinvenu. of Clewiston with victories overJ.

score of 24-14. Pahokee tossed in are fed the same as the above men- the school building Monday even After several days herefthe i S. Harrington of Canal Point and
tioned lots with the exception that ing. Mrs. O. G.: McWhorter of Belle
the ball at the beginning of the visitors were entertained by Mr.
molasses Glade, by 5 and 3, and 3 and 1
game, followed with a goal and Is substituted for some During the business session, Mrs. .and Mrs. Carlos Yduate at Central I

Hooks made. a free throw for Clew- of the ground snap corn. The fifth M. M. Prewitt, president, announced Agarmonte, and by Mr. and Mrs. I margins. Kelly had a jittery time

iston. Pahokee' shot three field lot is running on a pasture and being -! 'the appointment of :Mrs. H. J.. Elito Dumas at Central Estrella.' in his match with Mrs. McWhorter,v
i I I being 2 down at the turn.
. y- goals. Hooks threw a goal to be' ted ground snap corn and Oglesby, Mrs. I. M. Pafford and Mrs. Scharnberg and Miss Gallant -
cot-I'1 The only match scheduled in the
followed by another goal from Pa ton seed meal. Mrs. B. A. Bourne' to serve as nominating travelled the entire length of I
First Round of the Second Flight
. hokee. K. Chapman made a nice, All of these ''lots are making committee, and present the island, saw: the beautiful interior -
found Loren Rosenberg
", : field goal. Pahok6e shot two goals good gain, and an interesting development nominees for the'offices of presi- which many visitors to Cuba -
H. C. VanLandingham. In a
and one free shot score, making is that the cattle on pas- dent, secretary, treasurer, and his miss entirely. They; entered Or- pre-schedule Second Round affair,'

': :' the score at the end of the first ture are making the best gains of I torian at the next meeting.It iente province for a visit at Central
V. C. Denton of Pahokee won over
\i"f,, half 15-5 in favor of Pahokea. any of the five lots. was also announced that the Palma, where the Scharnbergs resided Bill McCracken of Clewiston: and

j*; '"':- ,- To start the final half Hooks During the afternoon of the Clewiston P.-T. A. had been award-I for 8 years and were guests 2.

:w. (-: .:' threw two free shots, ,Pahokee Field Day, it is planned to visit ed a $15 cash prize for :: there of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M t-I of this week's

i.*:; I' threw one free goal. Hooks shot some of the pastures on the Sta- community entry_ at the LaBelle thews. At Central San Anna they I One of the features '"

;e'1): :- a goal. Pahokee came back with tion grounds; particularly the one fair last month. visited Mr. and Mrs. Tern Spiller I play will find W. C. Owens and his

: two goals and two free shots. Hooks where the pasture fed steers had and at Central Ermita: Mr. and Mr*.; son Billy tangling in a father and
Mrs. Prewitt stated that five del '- ,
in the Third Flight. ,
,;..;," and_ K. Chapman made another been ra ged. Dr. A. L. Shealey, and egates would be sent from the Walter Kemp. They spent two days I son affair Clewiston professional .r, ''
(Continued On Page 4) Dr. W. G. Kirk, from Gainesville in lovely _Santiago, sightseeing then Don Young,
I- ;;.:: I Clewiston P.-T. A. to attend a dis-, I announces the drawing of, a
Experiment Station, are planning on went by bus on the new 605 mile
rict meeting to be held in LaBelle I I Flight madeup

Ir: Veterans May FindPermanent I being in attendance. on Saturday, March 5th for the concrete highway into Province Ir.1] new of Bye-Consolation players who drew first round
; Any cattlemen driving from a Santa Clara where they'visited
of organizing a county first match
purpose and lost their
I y Jobs considerable distance can make arrangements and Mrs. Stewart 'McFarlane. At byes
: council. in this flight will
for their noon meal at pr--I I Central Isadoro they were guests thereafter. Play
<.".L :' : I A splendid was start this week and will be on a
i Belle Glade, or if any wish to'I of Mr. and Mrs. Jed Boykin. They,

Unemployment veterans having bring their own dinner here will sented by members from the 5th{then returned to Havana for four handicap basis.

" qualifications along stenographic, be ample space for picnic and 6th grades. A group of boys days of sightseeing and for a visit I The past three weeks has seen
arrange-I a Mine in theSky" at the Clewiston
"There's Gold the heaviest play
sang resort beach,
or clerking lines, may make ap- ments on the Station's at Verdcrado Beach a
which was followed by a course the club lias ever experi-
I and Palm
, Miami
? plication for positions with the comparable our
} Unemployment Compensation Division NEW BACKSTOPS'' HERE I II tap dance by Mary Carlisle. A play, Beaches. I enced. In spite of the heavy traf-

."February's Birthdays" was giv- fic, however, the greens have con-
It Mrs. Scharnberg's first j
Florida Industrial '
commis-I I {en by a group of pupils from the she returned tinued to improve and players ire
_ sion, according to notice The boys have built portable! visit to Cuba since of
.' two grades presenting the pro- I enthusiastic over the condition
backboards with and to the United States
Clewiston post of the American goals have I 8 years ago
"." Legion. I I placed ,them on the lighted tennis i -gram. to reside, and she enjoyed revisiting 1 the course, and the Flight tournament.results,

': The positions are: junior clerk, court., This gives Clewiston the best Taking part in the annual candle- many familiar scenes. It was I Championship
.)..L. stenographer, senior clerk stenographer lighted basketball court in this sec- lighting ceremony honoring the Miss Gallant's first trip into the (Continued On Page.

;, <'- principal clerk stenographer tion for night playing.The founders of the Parent-Teachers I interior of the island and she wash I GARDEN CLUB TO

junior typist, telephone operator goals were made in this association were several of the past delimited with the beauty of the

junior file clerk, senior file manner so they may be moved back presidents of the local association, country, the endless fields ofsu..;;- ATTEND FLOWER SJlOFflIDAY

clerk, junior clerk, senior clerk, from the court and not interfere Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mis. R. Y. Pa>1 ar cane, the mountains, palm trees
junior tabulating equipment oper- with the continued use of the court terson Mrs. W G! Prewitt, Mrs. and seashore. Members of the Clewiston

ator, senior tabulating equipment for tennis during the day.A W. C. Owen. Club are spending today on and 3-

,,:', operator, principal tabulating equipment dance which the Clewiston The cake was, auctioned by W. REALTOR ANNOUNCES SALE tour of gardens in LaBelle 'the

operator, duplicating equlp- Town Team sponsored as a benefitto C. Owen, and purchased by Mra. OF TWO FARMING TRACTS Fort Myers, and in attending

) ment operator and messenger. assist with the expenses of the Owen. The money from, the auc- Flower Show in Fort Myers.

, '. '' Participants in these examina- team was given at.the. Cottrell tion and from a silver offering Two ten-acre tracts in the Bare The Tyrell Gardens at LaBelle

tions for the above positions must Building here Friday night and was forms the gift from the local P.-T. Beach district were reported sold will be visited en route by the

have resided in the state of Florida well attended. A. to the national founders fund. this week by the office of Jim Club group. In Fort Myers, in addition -
Mrs. Gertrude to the Flower Show, several -
for five years prior to the fil- Refreshments were served by Beardsley: realtor, for and the
ing of application for examination. :' HELP GIVEN OX INCOME of Ilovencamp of Jacksonville interesting gardens
the home economics department at the Everglades -
TAX PILING OX MARCH 1ST Mrs. Hannah Barr of Chicago.The nouganvillea display
Salaries range from $RO to $195 'I and
the high school.VISITING l. the
will be on
farmland Nursery
per month. Applications must be 0 I I laud is rich, muck ;

filed with Arthur W., Ritzaur, sup- A deputy collector of Internal I and lies in the vicinity of the new schedule for the day's outing.

ervisor, 109 1-2 College Ave., Tal- revenue will be in Clewiston,' Florida Ritta Camp. TUESDAY
lahassee, not later than February on March 1st at the post- HOURS AT SUGARHOUSE Mr. Beardsley states that the! BANK TO CLOSE BIRTHDAY

... 28th. Examinations ns will be held office to assist tax-payers in the purchaser expects to plant both WASHINGTON'S

later at several Florida cities in- preparation of their Income tax tracts thissummer in several varieties in

:. eluding West Palm Beach returns for the year 1537. (Daily Except Monday) of winter-bearing avocados. The First Bank all of banks Clewiston in ,the

Anyone having the above qualificatlons The above announcement vas common with
9 to 12-1 to 4 closed all day next
and wishing to apply, for made by J. Edwin Larson, collect- Mr, and Mrs MV. Bigg wore state, will be in observance -

buy of .the above iieglUdn* ]shouldImmediately' &i' 9$ iuternal'. ftevenuft for.. tqrIll" = ( tttdb ij'tJ\'jt1 q vJajtora :Saturday* in,; West Palm Tuesday, ,of February Washington's 22nd,Birthday.
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-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:, Wilson To Run !J Mildred McCracken vs Robert' Uado II, of Baltimore en route 45 feet and ranged from seven to 'Ji
Creech. to St. Petersburg. C. B. D. Wood, fifteen tons.

SCHOOL NEWS For State Attorney W. C. Prewitt vs. Mrs. F. D. owner, Capt. Sarman, master. 58 Smiles, New York yacht en route

Duff.W.. feet, 2 in crew, 4 passengers, 27 to St. Petersburg. 56 feet, 2 in
C. Owen W. C. Owen, Jr. tons 21
--' vs 4 tons.
Bernice O'Xeal __..._....___'___ Edito crew passengers
D. M. Dickinson vs E. E. Kelly. Broadbill, 'motor sailer of Port from
Killio Hooker .<.......... Ass't Editor Clyde H. Wilson, prominent Sar- Kanaka, auxiliary yawl
Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor asota attorney, today announced as,I Second Round Pairings, Second Washington, N. Y., on .way to Fort Vero Beach returning to' home port

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.*& a candidate in the Twelfth Judicial I Flight: Myers. C. H. Schult, owner and from West Coast. S. H. Graves,
master. 30 feet 2 in 5 tons.
Barrett C. L. McWhorter. crew,
Circuit, of which this county is a I Jack vs owner and master. 25 feet, 2 in
MOXTIELY IIOXOR ROLL February 12. crew, 4 tons.

part.Mr.. Wilson, 30, son of Dr. and Ralph Kirk vs H. R. Hall.H. Jinia II, Hartford, Conn.,, cruiser February 14.

First grade: Marjie McCracken, Mrs. C. B. Wilson of Sarasota, was I C. VanLandingham. vs. H. L. returning to Miami after a tripto Rumba, cruiser of Wilmington,
Davis Corrine VonMach, Bobby the West Coast. A. M. Stoner,
Jack -
born in which is now Sarasota Lapp. Del., to Fort Myers. G. L. Callery,
; Hanna, Junior Martinez, Jack county and is a grand-son of the Second Round Pairings, Fourth owner and master. 50 feet, '1 in i owner and master. 36 feet, 2 in

I Martinez, Oliver Martinez, Charles late Senator A. M. Wilson who for I Flight: crew, 2 passengers, 24 tons. crew, 2 passengers, 5 tons.

Miner. ( many years represented; the De- Luther Jones vs Dr. J. W. Ezelle.. February 13. Aljo V, cruiser, West Palm Beachto .
Second grade: Clifford Beatty, I Soto-Manatee district in the Flor-II Mrs. H. J. Stein vs Mrs. L. C. Tugs Dixie, Howard, Sandy and Fort Myers. J. C. Wood, owner

'Grant Brewer, Dude Smith, Mary ida Senate. Senator Wilson was also Betzner. ",I. others came through with the suc- and master. 34 feet,' 2 in crew, 5
Kathryn Dyess, Betty Lou Emrich, Sarasota's first tax collector and John Hooker vs G. L. Sims. tion dredge Ventnor of the Hill tons.

Lillian Golden, Jeanette Golden, was chairman of the Democratic I W. P. Jernlgan 'vs G'ray VanLand Dredging Company, its' drill barges, February 15.

Ruby Ricks, Carolyn Robinson, Car- Executive committee at the time ingham. I quarter boat and pontoons. Dredge Edewill cruiser
of Rochester, N.
line Berner. en route to Port St. Joe after completing -
First Round Pairings, I
of his death. Y., to Fort Lauderdale! W. S. Loz-
Third Grade: Louise Prewitt, JoAnn solation Flight: .Bye-con-I levee project_ at OkeechobeeCity.
Mr. Wilson is a son-in-law of the I I ier, owner and master. 42 feet, 2
Crouch, William McCracken, (Handicap) .- ; '
late Rev. P. W. Ellis, presidios in crew, 3 passengers, 16 tons.
Nancy Wright, June Espenlaub, elder of the Methodist church in ]I Dr. W. J. White ((15) vs Dr. Bonnie Volonte, New Orleans

Clarence Stiles, Harriett Alston, the Sarasota district and is the S. J. Simmons ((24). yacht returning from a trip to
Mary Louise Thomas, Charles Ben- Loren Rosenberg ((20) vs Bye. Miami. John Legier, owner, C. F.
nephew of 0. K. Reaves, former SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
bow, Mary Ellen Smith. circuit judge of the 18th judicial Ed Ward (21) vs. S. K. Swayne Arceneaux, master. 57 feet, 2 in
Fourth grade: Wanda Jean ((24). Grew, 9 tons.Shrimpers .
circuit. He is a graduate of Wa"nington :: -
Shelfer, Nora Oglesby, Jean Augur. and Lee University and of Dick Bowman (15) vs Bye. Balbo, Dino Erandi,

Fifth grade: Sheila Foster, Chris- the University of Florida law John Harris' ((15)) vs Bye.H. Popeye, Depineto, Nerone, Dante

tine Redish, Sue VonMach, Richard school. J. Stein ((24)) vs Mrs. O. G. Alighere,. Benito Mussolini G.

Harma, Martin Waldron. Marconi, Majestic, Badaglio and
The circuit, for which Mr. Wil- McWhorter ((24)) Zzil;
Sixth Grade: Eric Belcher, Philip son will seek the state attorney'spost F. D. Duff (15) vs C. V. Park-' Pearl of the Sea from St. Augustine OJUDA

McClcod. comprises Charlotte, Lee. Col- inson ((15)). : ,to Morgan City, La., for the

S',slth: Grade: Janie Brantley. lier, Hendry, Glades, DeSoto, Man- E: G. Kilpatrick ((15) vs Bye. shrimp season. All but one owned
Iir,* *h Grade, : none. counties. by Felic Golino. Average lengthCHANGE.RENfRECEIPTS ,
atee and Sarasota
Ninth Grade Julia Ann Ogles-
Mr. Wilson is a member of the P

by, June Hooker, Renee Wethington gioI -
Kiwanis club, Junior Chamber of Boats On A
:Lclc: Owen. Commerce, Senior Chamber of I WaterwayMoore .... & WtiI 'N
Tenth Grade: J. D. Hooker, Her- .
Commerce, the Sarasota county and -
vey Bourne, Dick Patterson, Louis state bar associations, Young Dem- ( Haven Democrat) .
Loiter. member of the 10 P. 31. I t -
ocrats and an active February RHiliJIj\
Eleventh Grade: Billie Hooker, !
Methodist church.Mr. The only boat through duriug I _ta_ >
LeRoy Hare, Bill Owen. /
Wilson stated today that the afternoon was the U. S. Engi-
Twelfth Grade: Dorothy Bethea, 4dI
i he would enter the contest on his neer cruiser Ribault, of Jackson-
Dorothy Hare, Betty Hooks.
: past record and announced 'at the ville, returning to that place aftera

i offset that he "would in no way be trip to the west coast. 54 feet, RflEil
New Pupils Enroll
i connected with any political groupor 3 in crew, 4 passengers. 17 tons.
The first grade is glad to enroll
clique." The Sarasota attorney :February 11.
two new pupils, .:Mary Lou Llles .
has never before sought any pub- tOURBUDGET
of South Bay and C"irles Brace-
lic office nor has he entered poli-
mell of Miami..
tics until the present race.
The second grade.- spelling honor PLAN
roll for the week Deludes Clif- Striking a keynote of aggressiveness -

ford Beatty, Gene 'r' dsoe, David the candidate yesterday said Stop at the
that his policy, if elected, wouldbe
Golden, Kim Kolstu:: ;, Whitford

Lang, Junior Raines, Jackie lled- one "of complete fairness for .,I EFx ?l8 r ,. r Jiotelpotcicla]
ish, rude Smith, Elvin roung, Car- all parties coupled with 'a fearless It is as simple'as it sounds,

line Beiner, Mary K. Dyess, Betty and honest prosecution." too. All you need is a modest
announcement for down payment.Then the bal
Lou Erarich, Lillian Golden, Jean- In making his 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
ance spread over a period,
etto Golden and Marilyn Shelfer. the position of state attorney, Mr. repayable monthly just liko

Wilson last night pointed out the SEMINOLEACKSONVILLE rent. No worry, no bother- Outside noomsVith

Fine Chapel Program importance of the position of a and you have something to
state attorney since the recently show for your money. Private Bath
The fifth 'and sixth grades prr- enacted legislation virtually abol- Whetheryour income Is smallor
seutfd their chapel Fihl.x-' J COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
program find the
:'ihing a grand jury. FLORIDA large, you can
February 11, at 10:30: a. m. in the exact home for the amount
Under the set-up a grand
new Overlooking Biscayne Bay
school ;': !torum. The program was: GARNETT ANDREWS,Mins you can afford monthly. ,If
'ury is only necessary to return an .
want to build, use our
as follows: ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this you Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
indictment when a crime involving Consultation
modern, fireproof hotel in the heart of down
Song: "My Cabin of Dreams"by -- Capital punishment is being investi town Jackionville. Every room with tub and Service for ideas-without Business Section.

:!. group of fifth and sixth grade gated. On all other matters, even shower, volt water, ceiling! fan, radio, slatted obligation. Learn now how
girls. summer door.. Every Bed with innerspring easily can own your homeat
tl it be second third degree RATES
ugh or memos: and reading lamp Running ice fa\or.ible prices.
Play: "February Birthdays": murder, the state attorney is water on every floor. present ,'}>

Cast of characters-teacher, Sheila all powerful and in the words of a AIR CONDITIONED. $1.50 Single'o
; Ilary, Betty McDuffie, and
member of the state supreme court DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
many other fifth graders were pu- "virtually constitues" a one man Ratei-Smgle with Private Bath Clewiston Federal $2.50 Double .
pils in the play. 78 Rooms 52,00 80 Rooms S2.50
Tap:: dance: :: by Mary CarHsle. grand jury. 40 Roomi $300 24 Rooms $3.50
be Savings and LoanAssociation Special Famil3.VcckI f &
Mr. Wilsonwill opposed by 10 S.mpU Room with Pflvtt Bath $400
Song, "There's a Gold Mine in I of ( doubts Monthly Rates
the incumbent,. Roy D. Stubbs I II Slljkl iivjuit or occupancy-
tho Sky", by a group of fifth and L. Wil- -
Fort Myers and by Henry Oil. I B POUND Hoi.I.
sixth;: grade boys. I HOTEL PATTEN V HOTEL otsotoS S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
liford, also of Sarasota.
..... I
ua.e.n.1.n. S k.Gt
Debate-Resolved: That the cat L. .... __:- r Y"" _"'_ "
is better than the dog. Those who ,

spoke in behalf of the cat were Close Matches- :

Billie Perry, Mauryne Prewitt and I
(Continued rrom page1)
Eric Belcher.
Second Round:
Those who spoke in behalf of Emmett Shelley beat John Harris -I

Philip the dog McLeoQ were, Barbara Marianne Broadfcot Jones. default. DOES YOUR MOTOR KNOCK ?

ju.dges John Thomas beat C. V. Parkinson -
The decided that those
2 and 1.
who spoke in behalf o'f the cat presented ,
Arthur Wells beat Dick Bow-
the most facts and best ar-
guments. Mauryne Prewitt receivedthe man 1 up.Forrest .
I Banning beat E. G. Kil-
prize as best speaker.
--- I patrick 2 up.

Speaker:: Thursday I Tom Shelley beat Louis Gold,

The Clewiston school was hon 6 and 5.

ored Thursday with a very talented -! _Larry Nash beat E. M. VanLand-

visitor, Mr. R. O. Monaghan.,ingham 4 and 3.

of Rochester, :New York. Mr. Mon. Lou Betzner beat Dr. W. J.

aghan, who is blind, gave a very White 7 and 5. : Gp5
interesting. talk'on how the blind O. G. McWhorter beat F D. Duff > L G b

see. He also favored us with sev-,I 4 and 3.Thiid .

eral musical r-mbers which were! flight results, Second

greatly enjojed.Clewisfcon Round:

------ Mildred McCracken beat W. C.
Owen 6 and 1.
: Cagers Robert Creech beat H. J. Stein

(Continued 1'roui PJIKQ:: One) W. C: Prewitt beat Dr. S. J.

goal each. During tl'.e list minute Simmons .1 up.

of play Pahokee shot mother goal Mrs. 1'D.. -Duff beat Ed Ward 5

winning by the score of 24-14. and 4.W. ?1yr0.R.RRR '' .
The teams: Clewislcn: B. Hooks, C. Owen beat H. J. Harris 4 :

f; V. B thc". -; 'T. Waters: g; C. and 2. 1\ ,', ,

Leiter, g; R. W'ethington, g. W. C. Owen, Jr., beat J. S. Harrington '-f .. .

Pahokee: Malay, f; Jordan, f; [5 and 3. '

Watkins, g; Lanick, g;: M. Pad- D. M. Dickinson beat J. B. Jones ?

gett, 3.Subs. 7 and 5. RRR r '+ ; i
for Clewiston: VonMach, "E. E. Kelly beat Mrs. O. G. McWhorter RTtRRgR
Chapman, Bailey. 3 and 1. : .-Z t
Subs for Pahokee: Padgett tl I Quarter: Final pairings, Champ- :z::::::.._.. Q RRpRR 0.1tR R '.- -

Greene, Salvatore, McClure, McClinithen ionship Flight: ) i -

Malow and Doman. Emmett Shelley vs John Thomas. :

Arthur Wells vs! Forrest Ban-

: Weavers of Bokhara Rugs fir?. '

Bokhara rugs are woven by tribss I Tom Shelley vs Larry Nash. 601F6p56llil '
living in Bokhara, a district in Cen- Lou Betzner vs O. G. McWhorter. b $ 1N"T8000I' LUBRICATES BFPE8} CYLKDER and VALVES

tral Asia, north ,of Afghanistan.: I 3
Ill CR '
They are made of fine d K-r>hleVPO! Quarter-Final pairings, Third ) ,- .; WEARPAGE i !

\vith n liberal mixture f c' ,:,,-.;-,' I is-i :- Flight l .- -...- -,.
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.-._ JO................................................................_...........................,.. I J. E. Beardsley was a visitor MRS. LANIER WINS HIGH Lake Harbor Community Church Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. E. P. Mutrux,

p1.T."" .(. Monday in Haines City. Mr. Beards- SCORE AT WEDNESDAY CLUB under the supervision of Rev. Forest Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., 'Mrs. W.

:_;:; Personal Mention :*s: ley, who is secretary of the Clew- C. Taylor who has charge of P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. Harry Vaughn,

x iston Chamber of Commerce attended Mrs. William H. Lanier won the regular worship services in the MrC.. W. Fuller, Mrs R. W.

(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:--:.:..:+:..:. a meeting of the agricultural high score prize at the Wednesday Lake Harbor church The meetings: Rogers, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. J.

J. H. Doty was a visitor in Moore o I committee of the state chamber Bridge Club, which met this weekat I are expected to continue until Sun H. Pressley, Mrs. G B. Rackstraw,

Haven Monday.F. of commerce. the home of Mrs. Keathley Bowden day, February 27, at eight o'clock Mrs. Grace Patterson and Miss Abby -

1 Mrs. Leslie Miller won low I each evening. Sunday services will Metzger. Joining the players for

be held at threo'o'cloclc and eight tea were 'Mrs. W. T. Wheeless, Mrj.
prize and Mrs. M. E. Yena-
J. Case of Pompano Mr. and Mrs. Fred I. Hill were score I
was a
wine the cut prize. All prizes were'' o'clock. The public is invited to C. A. :Martinez, Mrs Ullendahl '
business in Palm
visitors West
visitor in Clewiston Saturday
Beach Other Clewiston residentsin articles of household linen.A 'I' Mr. Pappas who is a native and Miss Gertrude Ullendahl.

Valentine motif was carried Greek and also a World War veteran Sandwiches, cookies, tea and coffee -
the East Coast
J city Saturdaywere .
I were served at the conclusionof
out in tallies and decorations. The
E. J. Keller of Lake Worth was Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith I .

transacting business in Clewiston and daughters, Barbara and Mary I hostess served strawberry sh.ort-I RECTORY play.IN .
Saturday. Ellen. II I cake with coffee to Mrs.

II I! Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Yenawine, Mrs. DELIGHTFUL BENEFIT BRIDGE -
I I I J. 'W. Ezelle, Mrs. G. B. Thomas I ) Tim cmcirrr COURT 1N AND
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Fourmey of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Gruber of : A lovely Valentine Day Benefit FOR IICNDUY COUNTY. FLORIDA.
Mrs. J. F. Curry, Mrs. T. B. Shel- IN CHANCERY.
Point were visiting friendsin Frankfort, Indiana, were callers on Card Party given
was .
ley, and Mrs. I. M. Pafford. i Monday : BARCl\TUUI. COMPANY, )
Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylorat ternoon at the Rectory by St. a Corporation )

the manse this week. Mr. Gruber aret's Altar Society. Plaintiff )
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and is a prominent att/rney in Indiana Several tables of 'bridge and a RUL.A R. WALLER, ) .,

daughter, Marianne, spent the and he and Mrs. Gruber were FOLKS ENJOY PARTYA table of Michigan poker were in Defendant. )
week-end in Miami. Ion their way to Miami to spend a play. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson won STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
party given by the Senior
vacation. high score at bridge, Mrs. L. H. BULA R. WALLER a citizen and

Circuit Judge George W. White- .- Christian Endeavor Society at the I Nash, second high, Mrs. H. C. resident Winchester of, 26 Kentucky East Lexington Ave..

hurst of Fort Myers was a business Community Church Wednesday afternoon :
Friends of Mrs. J. A. McGehee Jones, low. Mrs. W. T. Wheelsss You are hereby ordered and required -
visitor in Clewiston Saturday. was well attended and thor- to appear on Monday the
are delighted to learn that she is won high at the Michigan table, fourth day of April A. D. 1938 a
improving rapidly from a serious oughly enjoyed by the group of and Miss Eunice Meredith low at Rule Dav of the above styled Court
in the office oT' the Clerk of the Cir-
Miss Saundal Watson Miss members and several visitors.
illness of several_ days. She returned this table. Mrs. F. M. Wright won cuit Court of Hendry County. Florida -
Dorothy Craig were Saturday shop- from Marianne Jones and Nancy the cut prize at bridge in the Court House of said County -
Wednesday the Arcadia and Mrs. ,
to the Bill of Complaint filed
pers and fair visitors in Fort My- Wright were the committee in M. W. Bigg the in the above
General Hospital to which she was lucky prize. against you styled cause
ers. ,charge of the party. Several inter- by Barcarmil Company the same being -
taken the first of the week, and is Attending were Mrs. A. L. Hack- a Bill for the foreclosure of a

I recuperating at her home. esting games were played duringthe ett, Mrs. Richard H. Knight, Mrs. mortgage and in default thereof the

Mrs. George A. Yon, Mrs. P. G. afternoon and delightful refreshments Francis M. Wright, Mrs. C. L. allegations confessed of by said you.bill will be takenas

White, Mrs. M. Doke and Mrs. G.' of ice cream, heart- Downs, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. It is further ordered that this Order -
'I Among Clewiston residents who be published once a week for
E. Smith
cookies and candies
were shaped
shopping Thursday were
expect to attend the Sonja Heine F. Deane Duff, Mrs. J. F. Curry, four consecutive weeks in the Clew-
''n West Palm Beach._ served. Mrs. A. H. iston News, a newspaper of general
--" I ice ballet in Miami this week are King, Mrs. Herman circulation printed and published in
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. E. E. Attending were Anne Pafford, Scharnberg, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Hendry County Florida.
Mr. WITNESS hand and seal of this
and Mrs.
George W. Sparks my
Barbara Broadfoot; Marianne Jones, H. T. Vaughn, Miss Virginia Gal- ,
Kelly, Miss Marjorie Hood, Mr. County in LaBelle Hendry County
I are moving into the Shelley duplexin I and Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Nancy Wright, Gloria and Betty; lant, Mrs. E. P.. Mutrux, Mrs. H. A.Florida D. ,1938.this the 17 day of February,

the apartment recently vacatedby I McDuffie, Grace Ward, Mary Lou- A. Bestor,
Z. G. Meredith, Miss Eunice Mer-, (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias. ise Thomas, Harriett Alston, Patsy Clerk of Circuit Court,
edith, Otto Larsen and C. L. Downs.Mr. Mrs. C. E. Robbins. Mrs. G. E. Hendry 'County.

Berger of Bailey, Doris Simmons, James, Smith, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. I I CN.-Feb. 18, 25. March 4, 11.
Mrs. Ed Audrey, Tex- Grant and Esther Brewer, Bill Per- I
Fred Hill
I. Mrs. R. W.
and Mrs. Ralph F.' Rhodesof Rogers
as Mr. and Mrs. John Berger
ry, Gene Mills, Jean Augur, Ogie Mrs. Joe Cato, Mrs. W. W. SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS
and Savannah, Georgia, were week- Perry,
family Tampa visited :Mr.
Arnette, David Belcher, Mamie
and Mrs. J. F. Tippey Sunday. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. 'N. H. Lanier, Mrs. P. S.
Trice, Sarah Spires and Runilla Fagen, Mrs. Tom Hurst .
Smith. Mr. Rhodes is a Senior I .Mrs.. Grace

S. W. Richardson of Jackson- Engineer with' the 'U. S. Engineer Gramling, Mrs. F. M. Wright and I Patterson, Miss Abby .Metzger: ;. Mrs. I J. S. CAMPBELL
Mrs.: O. A. Jones W. P. :
: O.V'ard
Vaughn, jr., Mrs. A.
ville, state representative for the Department, and.Is working out ,
Sinclair Oil of the chief's office in :Washington Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mrs. E. R.
Company, and A. E. MRS. SCHARNLJERG HOSTESS AT I o [Jeweler & Watch-maker
Silson, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, : !.rs.L. .
Kirchman of Belle Glade were in on a special assignment.
PARTY FOR VISITORSMrs. H. Nash, Mrs. H. C. oties-,;;."Mrs.H. ,
Clewiston .
on business Saturday. All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
I II R. Hall, .
I Among the out-of-town visitors Grace Patterson and Miss .1
Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs.:..-Jv Optical RepairsAT
Among the fair visitors in Fort who:
have enjoyed the splendid Abby Metzger of Emporium, Pen-
I Pike, Mrs. Zerney G.. MeredithMrs.. 1
Myers Saturday were. Mr. and Mrs. I Clewiston golf course the past week I nsylvania, were honor guests at a CHRISTIAN'S BAI5UER SHOP
M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. Malcolm W.I
Harry Vaughn and their sons, Walter -. are 'Mrs. S. J. Simmons, Mrs. K. lovely bridge given 'Wednesday afternoon -
Bigg, Mrs. E. Elliott Mrs.. !
W. T.
and 'Harry, and Mrs. W. P. E. Lutz, of Belle Glade, H. J. Stein.,J l by Mrs. Herman' Scharn- I
Wheeless, Mrs. Lucile Bower, Mrs.
Vaughn, sr. John Hooker, John Harris, of Belle berg at her home on the Ridge.A NORGE REFRIGERATORS
J. H. Doty, Miss Meredith, Mrs
Glade; John Thomas of Canal\ lace scarf was awarded to Mrs. Furniture and Home 't-urnishingg
J. F. Tippey, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Deadwylerof Point, Lou Betzner, Dr. W. J. Harry Vaughn for high score, a -
Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. PHILCO RADIOS
West Palm Beach spent the White, Dr. S. J.: Simmons, of Belle guest towel to Mrs. E. P. Mutruxfor
George A. Yon: Mrs. P. G. White,
week-end in Clewiston with Mrs.Deadwyler's I Glade; E. G. Kilpatrick, jr., Forest second high and a bridge set to Bourne .
Mrs. B. Household FurnishingsInc.
A. Miss
parents, Mr. and :Ms.I. : Banning, D. M. Dickenson, Carl H. Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez for low score. Walsh .
and Rev. Father Walsh.
S. Bell. '
I Anthony, Louis. Purdon .ofP.rt l Mrs. ,F. D. Duff rece.ived. a linen ..... .

Mayaccaf R. Jaren, J. U. Ovens, finger. towel for. cut prize. Eachof
o Mrs. Helena Sadtler of Chestnut
E. M. VanLandingham, H. C. Van- the honorees received lovely

Hills, Philadelphia, was in Clewis Landingham and Gray VanLandingham handkerchiefs. PRETTY PARTY FOR VISITORS At/N_MN M N/VVW _

ton this week looking after pro of Pahokee; Mr. and Mrs. H. Guests were Mrs. Patterson, Miss --
perty interests. Mrs. Sadtler is I Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez and Mrs.
J. Stein of Belle Glade; Robert Metzger, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, I
spending several months in Flor- Tom Hurst entertained with a J. M CUSECounselor :
I Creech, Mrs. R. Y. Creech, Marcelyn I Mrs. Tom Hurst, Mrs. E. P. MiT-
ida. Creech of Belle Glade A. J. Rich- pretty bridge party at the Rod: .
; trux, Mrs. M. Meluh, Mrs. E. 'El- i and Attorney at Law ,... .
mond, Louis Molmonte, George iott, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. R. Y. riguez home afternoon in

;1f Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and little Scarborough, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. H. honor of Mrs. 'Hurst's sisters, Mrs.
Patterson, :Mrs.. Fred Hill: Mrs. ; Hopkins BuildingVcdncsclajs ,
son, Joe, returned Friday from a McWhorter of Belle Glade; V. C. A.. '!'Bestor, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.F. Grace Patterson and Miss Abby : '

visit of several days in Stuart. Mrs. Denton, H. J. Harris and Louis D. Duff, Mrs. Fred Henricksen, Metzger of Emporium, Pennsylvania \ and Saturd.ijsv ., .

Emily Schroeder, mother of B. J. who are visiting her. i'
Gold of Belle Glade; Harry M. El- Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. W. P.
Schroeder, accompanied them The living room was decorated 9:30 to 4:00 ;.
on more, Luther Jones, Dick Bowman, Vaughn, sr., :Miss Jean Patterson, "
their return and is visiting them. J. H. Simmons and R. E. Ferrisof and Miss Virginia Gallant. with calendulas and gerbera. High

-- Belle Glade.PhillipsGreen. I Chiffon nut pie, sandwiches and score prize, a lovely picture, was

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright were refresh- awarded to Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, sec- L. B. MershonAGENT .'
coffee were served at the
visitors in,,Palm' Beach Wednesday I ond high, a salad set to Mrs. ". P.
ment hour.REVIVAL
evening, going over to attend the I Vaughn, jr., and low, a cigarettejar

concert given by the Romany Chorus AT LAKE HARBOR to Mrs. E. C. Mills. Mrs. W. I '
with Richard Crooks as soloist,I Miss Carrie Green and LincolnW. CHURCH T. Wheeless won the cut prize, New York Life \

at the Paramount Theatre. an ice breaker. i .
Phillips were united in marri- --- "
were Mrs. G. E. Insurance CompanyARCADIA
age Thursday, February 10th, by The Rev. Paul John Pappas of Playing bridge
Mr. and Mrs. E.. and Mrs. M. Meluh, Mrs. E. El-
C. Mills Smith,
the Rev. J. H, Sutley, pastor of Tarpon Springs is conducting a series FLORIDA '

sons, Gene and Solon, :were Satur- the Punta Gorda Baptist Church.I of evangelistic services in the liott, Mrs. Herman Schal'n.berZ'1 .;.

day visitors in Fort 'Myers. They '-'
Mrs. Phillips is the daughter of

visited Mrs. Mills' parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Green of Buck-I ,
Mrs. Solon Crews, and also attended o. 0 '
and the is the
ingham groom son .
the Southwest Florida Fair. 10f Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips of '. f

I Fort Myers. Mr. Phillips was employed \ \ ,

, Mrs. Marjorie Conway of Indianapolis in Clewiston for a few I Moth i i / ftOf.S l ri n ,

\ who is spending a winter months recently, and is now residing Beautyr8st D .; s & ;; ?ft .

;4 t vacation in Florida, was a visitor in Fort Myers. <;">." *:--t*: .: "' :<<,: J'-j ,<... <,::: (8} .' -.
in Clewiston this week. Mrs. Con- -'f ; ",: ::' : "
i ?: ;jf. .
way owns several pieces of real i 'l'' ::5,4if

t estate in Clewiston. MISSION STUDY GROUPTO .. byS1M10N -4 j i'fWjkJZ$4; : ;; ..'y.

I ORGANIZE MONDAYA : ;' ....,..,;,,',_,:ijY'.". ", :"
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\ Mrs. Maude L.. Small of West ., 4:. .. ._ "_ '' \\.: '.>'1' '' ". ,'.- ;'kl' A $Z"'v t>.tW-!
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" Massachusetts group to study and discuss .. Av \ }!0 '4.1" : *W: ; r& NM"i1"i -
! Chop, who with ner ::: / -.. / 1t.'i.l>(:$xv .* P lR x 'x\ cs '' < ';. i ;,'
I the book, "Rebuilding Rural America" 4 ',:' :;.''> it. < {, ::-) r-j; X M i1
husband recently, visited Mr. and : "" : '
will be organized at the "..., ,.0. : { ; t f)14'h: ..,t,,,_ ..,. $., tltf }J, } .,,",rk. '.
a Mrs. B. P. Luce here, died at hpr ,: : "'''''': ,,,,,, ;:_ '' ', ;c :: ><> "" w.v ;: if:
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Church afternoon
1 Community Monday :; { @
winter home in Fort Myers Satur- : "
at 3 o'clock Mrs. Joe Rob- .,- MF't k <;fittt;: ; /; :s: W:' }: .
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day. 1 : .. ,.., } :
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J'oo,, V": ; >;:! "
bins, leader. Anyone interested is _" ',,,, .ii..v. ''' n"'Y < l{% i
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I welcome to attend and join the "; .e., ; >. : .' t.l;:;fl ,ft v :
I. D. Leydig, who has been very I ,', !' '\ ; <' :tfrr .oi}} : tV ..

ill .for three weeks, is making group.' I .:',, :', i r:. j; :t t.:,.M.f4."'..}.j./. t-:*;: ...;..)k i>[il.1''K-j'!,..,., l* <' ,1tii'r' fj.:' :

splendid progress toward recovery .-.;. '- '/ p- Ah \ :?!:? i in 'Y4tlt: .,i <<{ zq
, COMMUNITY CHURCH ): : g1't ::, f.ih'7
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the past few days. The manyfriends .. < "' :' ,,... :; :t& ', ;.'>,o.;: x
: fi" 'l-'
'of this well-known family __ .r: ;: I; F t._$ ::..1. yt i :t.: > ti i %; ,

-1 .,-,,? are wishing him a speedy recovery Forest C. Taylor, )UnJster.J .',1'4! > 'C .1Y.; .tlz. *'.. :,. ... Ft 'k 'rWI'. "t;} ...t -'
Last evening Mr.- '''' :; <* ,$ -
Sunday Taylor i '" '''''' ''';,.-> :: ':":': > < wtF'--wlm:: 1.:
II gM .v .<<.; b I Jf:::fi'V 1 began a series of three sermons on -1- ni. :. '
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the subject The Christian \: ..,. "JJjr"? f ;; f-ii. >$ .Jfi ,(+('
1 Dr. B. A. Bourne, head of the general ,. .' ';;!: $ J E' il ;R'; :. :. J
:I research department of the United Life, the special theme being, The .; ., ft'tf ( f ( > .. '
., ., .. < P Corporation Christian Life and Intellect. The : "
States Sugar was ( -- : <}J ,.
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speaker at the meeting of the subject next Sunday evening will :.. p, j roJiVk1 .4..i "" ,: : .. ,.,......,. 1 -, \). .

Lions Club of Fort Myers held at be, The Christian Life and Work. .. _, -;. c.A;: ( :,?'''' '-,.: :f.1: i; .

the Town Club Wednesdaypven- The public is very cordially invitedto ..\'h..t.' m' "'\".':;.a...:...;.!1f". st. ". ''''':'-,..- .,', ; "- ; -
In the '
ing. worship Community I ;. ? <
Church. ,

.; A. B. Smith of New York City Sunday evening prayer and sermon : -t. ,

visited Richard II. Knight Sunday.Mr. at 7:45.Sunday : : PARKINSON'S .

Smith is connected with a New school at 9:45 Sunday' ; :

'. York banking concern and ,he and morning

Mr Knight attended! ft tbGhuleal i lE4t1Qo1 61 .S. M0 d&y evening at sight .

: tf2 ether In: yty i York Iteh1d111914r' t Ynlfjr e( 8. WedncedlAttU.. : lewiston Moore Haven

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