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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Here, photographed after their arrest in New York, are Johanna Hoffmann -' I

of Dresden, Germany, and Guenther Gustav Rumrich, former United I
States army sergeant and a deserter, two of the three persons accused' of You Can Be Strong, Beautiful, Wise, Rear Healthy Children i
aim of which the sale of JM\ :
the was
complicity in an international spy plot,
If You Know How to Combine the
United States military secrets to a foreign government. The woman, a Only !

hairdresser on the German liner Europa, was messenger. and paymaster, Right Food Materials in the Diet !

for the ring. t
I. By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS

8 East 39th Street New York. I

-* We Pi.cIcmcrl. SINCE the world began, food has been man's first con-

For it he has fought and died. To find it he \
THE WORLD'S WEEK
SUMMARIZES has traveled over great continents and braved unknown
Western Newspaper Union.
dangers. His quest for food has changed the map of the I1I4A1II's

Three Taken as SpiesGOVERNMENT jority of the court upheld the -exercise world 'and colored the history of nations. But in all of. these
of which dissenting
agents and New opinion denounced power as a despotic; and historic struggles, he has been motivated solely by the desireto

up a ring? of wholly at variance with the prin- get enough food to satisfy hunger. Houston; Goudiss, outstanding

spies engaged in selling_ secrets of ciples of constitutional liberty in Today, actual hunger is rare. But hundreds of thousands of I food authority, author, and radio
the American army and navy to a this lecturer author of "What to Eat
country.In ,
people starve in the midst of plenty because they do not realize the :
nation described as a "
European a Milwaukee case the court I and Why. He knows food from
world power but otherwise not held that a demand by a labor union tremendous power of food for good or for evil. ;soil to serving:, from table to tis

named. Three alleged members of that: an employer force his employees : They do not realize that as a man eats, so he is, and that :sue. Watch for his articles each
the ring were under arrest and held to join that union constituted I week.
his choice of food materials takes the
gives or
in heavy bail. Two of them, a for- ; a labor dispute under the Nor- i away powerto
in the United States live vigorously-to think clearly-to feel warmly-to be
mer sergeant 'ris-La Guardia act. It reversed a .
army and a private in the army, decree issued by Federal 'Judge I strong, healthy and wise.it I fore faced with the 'tremendous
The
were said to have confessed. i Ferdinand A. Geiger and upheld by can be truly said thatyour responsibility of keeping her fam-
third was a German girl, hairdresser the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals food is fate. It has been discovered to date-A, B, ily mentally and physically fit.
on the German .liner Europa. The which 'permanently enjoineda your C, D, E and G. Her husband must have the right

G-men were diligently searching for union from attempting to coercean the power to shape your bodyto 6. WATER which is a part of kind of food in order to earn a

other members of the band. employer whose employees had make it strong and beau- all body tissue and must be living. Her own diet must be

Guenther Gustav Rumrich, the refused to join that union.In tiful, or weak and ugly. It has present in order to have the adequate and well-balanced if

ex-sergeant, who is a deserter secrets, said i two cases the courtupheld the the power to influence your other food elements function she is to have the energy, wis-
he was engaged in obtaining right of the national labor relations properly.The dom, and patience required of a

and information concerning military board, without notice, or hearing, or language, your gait, your tone ideal dietary is one that in- mother at all hours of the day.

operations of the United States it.. an election, to require employers to of voice, in short-your life. cludes a correct proportion of the Her baby will not grow into a
army and was forwarding withdraw recognition from an em- With the right food, life be- different food elements requiredto healthy man or woman unless he
confidential channels to various -
through addresses in Europe. 'pl yees' association alleged to have comes a glorious adventure, supply bodily needs without any or she has'the right nourishmentfrom
: been fostered by the employer.In for it increases leader of them being supplied in excess, the moment of birth. And
Erich Glaser, the private, had a fourth case the court refusedto your or in insufficient amounts. school children can't keep up with
been stationed at Mitchel, Field, ; review a decision by the New ship, intensifies your mag- their classes without the right
New York, the largest army air York Court of Appeals, the state's netic qualities, strengthens your Food Can Make or Mar. food.If. 1

base on the East coast and key to highest tribunal, which upheld a morale, and increases your physi- There are many striking ex- will follow this series of -
air fortifications of the metr'opolitan amples of the of food you
the contract-requiring membership in a- cal defenses and resistance. power. to articles, and put, into practice the
He supplied certain air make or mar existence. I could
area. particular union condition of
as a
Food-the Fuel of Life. principles of correct eating thatI
.corps codes Rumrich. employment. cite hundreds of laboratory ex-
advocate, I can promise that
The body machine cannot be
periments of which
have
Johanna Hofman, the arrested ?" many will increase both mental and
without food you
admitted she was the "liason run efficiently proper been confirmed by clinical ex-
Reorganization Fight fuel any more than a car could perience.Nor physical efficiency, and as a result -
officer and paymaster" between the
ROOSEVELT'S bill be without house achieve greater health and ;
run or a
PRESIDENT gas
ring and its employers. Secret code is this power of food to affect -
for member of
of for reorganization of the execu- could be heated without oil, coalor happiness .every
keys and considerable quantities mental activity confined to II
family.
tive branch the wood. your
government came
money were found on her person.So prenatal life. Even if a child en-
in the senate and immediatelywas Food Affects Your Body and Mind I
up Food also has the to speed
far as investigators have been power up ters this world with a strong body
able to learn Rumrich sold the for- confronted witha or slow,down the workings of the mind.It and a clear mind-the wrong food Each morning when you awake,

eign power a gold brick: He never strong combina- likewise influences the state of our during childhood has the powerto ; 'a new life is ahead of you.
transmitted any information that tion formed to force, a nerves, the warmth of our affections, the wreck health.Investigation Whether that day and the days to
amendments that characters" we follow will be better or worse
could not be found in the army and type po.ccess.Finally after
would greatly lessen k' investigation -I than those that went before, depends -
navy journal, a publication obtain- the wide discretionary the power to have by leading specialists
what eat.
able by anyone.However powers given % strong, healthy children is basedon throughout the country, has proven largely upon you
officials consid- food. And nutritional that Within a few hours the bread,
army the President by the proper a surprising percentage of
ered the matter of considerable importance measure. This was : scientists have discovered that : retarded children-those who can- meat, vegetables and liquids that

and armed guards were comprised of both the wrong food can even take, not keep up with their school you swallow are transformed into
placed around military centers from the blessing your personality. They begin to
Democrats and Re away us greatest grades-do not really have infe-
along the Atlantic seaboard. publicans, being that Nature has bestowedour rior minds. They only seem stupid think, feel and act. They become

I--- much the same.line-: earthly immortality. For it because the action of their YOU. What was food yesterday,
Soviet Chiefs Face Death up that defeated the senator Borah can deprive us of the ability to i. minds is clogged and slowed down today is carrying on the impor-
Supreme court enlargement bill. bear children. who will carryon by sluggish, under-fed bodies. tant business of the world.

WITHIN a to'read short time of the we may The coalition was headed by Re- after we are"gone.. Physical fitness is a far greater asset Each meal that you eat helps or hin-

tion of 21 prominent citizens execu-of So- publican Senators Borah of Idaho, Six Groups of' Food Substances. than material possessions. For in times ders the efficiency and ease with which

viet Russia, latest victims of Dicta- Vandenberg of Michigan and Mc- What food substances are neces- of stress and trouble, those who can these various duti f are performed.That .
tor Stalin's blood <7 '" Nary of Oregon and Democratic sary to build and maintain top stand up under the physical strain win is uhy it is true that as you eat, so
They were L :, Senators Wheeler of Montana, 0'-' health-to develop the greatest the battle. For those who collapse, all you are.. And that is why I say that three
put purge.on trial before a j'A'*t N wl l Mahoney of Wyoming and Burke of physical and mental power? is lost. times a day, at your table, you SIT
,. Nebraska.An DOWN TO LIFE. _
I tribunal : 1. PROTEINS which build wife 'and
military amendment Wheeler Every mother is there- WNU.-C.. Houston Goudiss1938.helps .
and there was little .It by ; em- and repair body tissues. Theseare
doubt as to their ; : powering congress .to veto any of' found in such foods as

fate. Among the ac- ,; the President's reorganization pro'posals milk, eggs, meats, fish, cheese ....<.."':,
cusations against y, within .sixty. days 'g ined 'and nuts. ? :) W 1t Wf1i'[ .

them were conspiring -. t.If.L< wide support. 2. FATS which yield heat CjfJ. ..)..:-..:....->:."',.. II IIG 'I
of the bill
Opponents contend it ,
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with foreign i.. ', 'i-'d: and energy. The fats are rep- A T JM.. ,
smacks of :
'dictatorship and would : :;:
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powers to dismember ; Co .: x.::::.:::::
resented butter oils \1
,. strip congress of its constitutional by cream, LO ... 'X<:$:::::
the Soviet Union, :. ; and the fat of meats. :' tiN} 1
plotting ,to assassi- powers. ":
StalAleils Rykov "I---- 3..CARBOHYDRATES C Q
nate Lenin and Vi' It ,
Senate to Probe Reds starches and sugars. These S
;
in the
inspiring assassination of :J.
also supply heat and POR J
energy .
Kiroff COPELAND of IJ .
Sergei and putting to death SENATOR New t 8 .v:
and found chiefly in such .
are h :
(
the writer Maxim Gorky and two suc ess ully put throughhis 1 p.\rev '! elps
foods as bread, potatoes, cere- :
others resolution for 'special investi- 'd end
previously supposed to have a c01 s 1 colt' a
als and sweets. .
died of natural causes. gation of subversive activities of (11ooY .w- quicker

Most prominent of the men puton Communists in the merchant ma- 4. MINERALS which build, ........,<.::::::# \::::::::.:,.......
trial ware Former Premier Alexis rine. It will be" conducted ,by a repair, protect and regulate.
.I. Rykov, who succeeded Lenin committee named,by Vice President Among the minerals which are
absolutely to health r Full details of the Plan in each Vicks Package
and held office for nearly two years; Garner. necessary
and Nikolai Bukharin, chronicler of About the same time Harry and vigor are calcium, phos-
the red revolution and editor of the Bridges, C. I. O. leader on the west phorus, iron, copper, iodine,
government newspaper Izvestia be- coast, arrived in Washington to re- sulphur, manganese, magne- Martial Virtues ence in crowding opportunity to
fore March, 1937.. sist being deported as an. undesirable sium, sodium and potassium. Vigilance in watching opportuits utmost of possible achievement
K- alien. Bridges also demandeda These are found in varying pity, tact and daring in seizing upthese are the martial virtues

More Power for Unions hearing before the senate com- amounts ''in milk, eggs, fruits, opportunity; force, and pel' ist- which must command

mittees on commerce and labor vegetables, whole grain cereals -
ORGANIZED labor was winne. which had under consideration the and meats..

decisions handed bill to extend to maritime 'labor 5. VITAMINS which are-necessary success.'r
down',by the _Supreme court. The relations.:the scope of the railway for body regulation,' and t I t I
rights of employers and of nonunior l labor act and the authority the as a protection against dread
employees were restricted. A ma-. national mediation board. I deficiency diseases. Six have !-



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VOLUME 12, NUMBER 9 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938 SUBSRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR

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Garden Club Announces r Registration Books McWhorter Winner Of

Open In PrecinctsThe


Winners Of Contest books for the Everglades Golf CrownLegion


Clewiston precinct have been plac-,

--- n ed in charge of Parker T. Wilson -

SIRS. HERRING, MRS. RACK: Basket Ball Teams at Alston's Drug Store, and Post Lacks r 1 TAKES MEASURE OF EAfMETT
\ '. STRAW TAKE FIRST PLACES > t
will remain in Clewiston until Ap- SHELLEY CLEWISTOX

:y:'.::', IN TWO DIVISIONS In Ft. Myers Tourney ril fourth for the convenience of Only Two of' QuotaThe I ACE, BY GOOD MARGIN

'r. ..,,
--- those who wish to register.For .

.'. First prize winners in the 1937- --- the first time, it Is not I Whoever wise-cracked, "The

'r'-'.,..' 38 Garden Contest are Mrs. B. E. Clewiston boys and girls basketball necessary to, pay poll tax before Clewlston Post of the Am- King Is dead, long live the King"

Herring and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, I teams will enter a basketball voting. After April 4th, a trip to erican Legion lacks but two members -I must have been, reading last year'snewspapers.

':; it was announced by the judges at I tournament which begins in the courthouse in LaBelle will bei I of having Its quota 'of 44 The: king is not dead

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; the close of judging Wednesday. necessary: to register for'' the en-i members for the, year, ,accordingto I that is, not In Everglades golf.
; Fort Myers this afternoon. Schoolsof
A check for $20.00 has been I
pre- suing primary. If you voted or reg- Commander F. M. Wright, who Because O. G. McWhorter, Tennes-

: sented to each of the first prize Glades, Lee, Hendry and Col- istered for voting in the last election reported at the meeting ,of the see's gift to Belle Glade and the

.winners. Checks for $10.00 have lier counties will participate, andit it is not necessary. to re-reg Post on Tuesday night. uncrowned, unofficial golf champIon -

'. been presented to Mrs. Leah Spicer ister. Before the business session began of the
is expected that Boca Grande, muck the past few sea-
and to Mrs. W. C., Owen for each member present was called sons, proved himself to be
a Alva LaBelle Moore Haven, Clew- very
r' second, prizes, and five c o.lIars. each I ., to relate humorous much alive last '
iston, ,Everglades, Naples and Fort upon a anec-I Sunday at the Clew
I / ,'. was awarded to Mrs. J. H. Press-
dote or embarrasing situation recalled iston Golf Club when stroked
lie
ii'1)t). :., ley, Mrs. O. A., Jones, Mrs. A. W. Myers Junior High teams- will com- CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF services during I
from his own out a decisive 5 and 4 victory over -
Lawrence Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. pete.The I the war. These proved most I Emmett Shelley in the 36 hole
tc' E. L. Stewart Mrs. W. C.' Prewitt Clewiston girls will play the
; ,
HANDICAP TOURNEYTO Interesting and entertaining to fel- finals of the Everglades Champion
; Mrs. F.1Wright and 11rs.R..I Moore Haven girls at 4 o'clock low Legionnaires ship. i
i H. Knight. this afternoon. The boys will play
The Post was notified that the If there was any doubt In any-
I-- The prizes were donated by the 1 at 9 tonight against '''the LaBelle I
BEGIN MARCH 20The Clewiston Kiwanis Club 1 voted one's mind regarding the lanky,
Clewiston and II boys. Games were arranged by
*'. Realty Development
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." I to make the commander of the Legion I cross-hand Tennesseean's past supremacy ,,
::".,' corporation for the first group, drawings, and the winning teams I
I an ex-officio honorary mem- whose unorthodox funda-
: which included homes in which the will be matched against each other '
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{ Clewiston Golf Club ,an- ber of the Club during his 'tenureof mentals served to promote such
: head of the household is not employed -I and the final games for the championship -
I nounces the first official Ever- office. doubts, he completely dispelled it
? by the United States j I will be played Saturday -
tr. Sugar -J Duff chairman of 'the civic
glades Handicap Championshipwill F. D. Sunday. Blazing'into the finals
Corporation, or its associated'! night. All games are 'in Fort My-
f.- I iF be held at ,the Clewiston Golf affairs committee, reported that with victories over H. L. Lapp of
:, / or subsidiary companies. Prizes in ers. I
;.. Club beginning Sunday, 'March 20, Posts at Pahokee and Belle Glade Port 'Mayacca, F. D. Duff of Clew-
t ;; : the second group, which included The Clewiston girls took on the Entries will be accepted until*:the were cooperating with the Clew- iston, Lou Betzner of Belle Glade
m : homes in which the heads of the in unscheduled
., ;.. Moore Haven girls an day before the tournament opens, iston Post in urging action by the I' and the siege-gunning Tom Shelley
!;: household are employed by the Wednesday evening, as the
game
with pairings drawn Saturday ev- State Road Department on Road of Clewiston, McWhorter's win
r.;, '>,, above named companies, were donated Moore Haven girls lacked one gameof ening, March 19th. Entry fee ,will 25 which is closed to traffic' from over Clewiston's bid for the title
; r by the United States Sugar number to
having a sufficient be 'the same as In the 'tournament Belle Glade to West Palm B aeh. I was decisive. In spite of some
!-';: ; corporation. The contest tournament. Girls'
' j was sponsored for the
qualify just; held and there will, be trophies Mr. Duff' urged that local Legion- rather ordinary golf for champion

1' ,. by the Clewiston Garden basketball is a comparatively new and medals for winners and naires and citizens generally con-I ship honors, it was the ,Belle Glad-
'f: Club. school and
Clewiston
in the ,
sport runners-up in each flight.A tact the state road department and I er all the way. The bean broker
Those serving as judges In the their mettle is being' tried in the '
Committee that action be speeded this with the
5 Handicap appointed ,- urge on screwey grip took matters -
xx contest were Dr. F. T. Boyd, Dr. keen rivalry with more experienced -
'by H. L. Lapp, Lake Okeechobee much needed stretch of highway. over early when he went 1 up
Iy IyY, J. R. Beckenbach of the Everglades teams this season. Both boys
Golf Club president, and F. ,D. Outottown'members included; on No. 2 and was never headed
Experiment Station at. Belle Glade, and have wonder-
girls improved
Duff of, the Clewiston, Club, consists R< and Mrs. C. E. Reidel of Bella in their playing .since the firs'tof
fully
,of John Thomas of Pahokee, C. Stalls of Moore Haven' and R. 2 up at the end of 18, turned
.1' Glade.
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the season.Kiwanians Arthur Wells of Belle Glade and N. Miller of LaBelle. 27 with 'a 4 up lead and coastedin
The rules of the contest reQuired
Emmett Shelley of Clewiston. The 5 and 4 on the 32nd. The vic-
that the gardens be adjoining the .
Stunt Night committee will meet some time Clewiston School To/ tory was a complete disappointmentfor
homes of the entrants. The fol- ,
this week with Don Young: Clew- Clewiston adherents who were
lowing was the basis on which the .
gardens At ,Meeting WednesdayKiwanis iston \ professional, to establish hoping to see their, slender ace
Close On 9th
; : were judged: May
.s -. Points handicaps. .for,...all Everglades gaiters : turn' in his first cbmpetive! win over -
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j!. and : of his opponent.
play.No
:/{;:: Vegetable garden J.......'...............40 entertained arrange a program .
members, rounds will be The two, boys put on the nose
: ( Flower garden .................. ........20 '' qualifying Graduation day for theClewis, -
: : 'themselves with a "Stunt Night"at bag with some pretty shaky scores,
:'>' Shrubs and Lawn .....................10 : played for this meet, the' first ton High School will occur on

I':' : -", Plan ..... ..................................10 the regular Wednesday evening round of, match play starting Sun- Monday, May 9, this date having I I McWhorter ,.having a 41-42-83

,., ':. General Appearance ...................20 meeting at the Barracks. Five day, March 20th,' ,and continuing been set by the, county school board;and Shelley %43-41-84. Being only
'. the 12 I down at this point the Shelley
through following Sunday,
<; The primary aim of the contest stunts were described on separate : at its regular meeting Saturday: afternoon -
i. March 27th. One round of match boosters were still optimistic, but
was to stimulate more extensive The LaBelle High School
: .
pieces of paper, and these 'with a play will be run off each following the Clewiston entry's lunch must
I. growing of home vegetable gardens will hold its graduation on May
number of similar blank ,slips were week. have soured because he blew wide
w S and although the contest did 5th, and the Felda School 'on Friday -
' ;; .!j :not have as many entrants as the placed in a hat from which each Definite details concerning the May 13th. open to a whopping 45 on the first'

;t. .Club desired, it is, felt that much member drew a slip. I meet will be available at, the 'Clew- All members of the board were afternoon 9, finishing 4 down at
''I" iston Club early next week, and at that point, the Tennessee lad amb-
:' Interest stimulated in the 'and loan
was Those drawing blank slips con- present at the meeting, a
ling along with an ordinary 42.
the 'Denton Hardware in Pahokee
r, planting of vegetables. Probably stituted the audience, and those of $1,700 from the First Bank of
From here in, however, ,the boys
and the Betzner Hardware in, Belle
i (Continued on Page 8) whose slips described a stunt were I Clewiston was decided upon to as-
I looked like championship caliber,
Glade
; A record-breaking entry is
I funds for of
sist with 'payment
required to perform that stunt.
Shelley catching. himself a 36 and
:" expected.
CITY REPLANTING PALMS teachers' salaries. $800 of race
j-'( The prize a free lunch at the next McWhorter a 37. It was the only
.' track funds have been received and
Kiwanis meeting, went to Jim
: (Continued on Page 8 )
> City forces have been busy this Beardsley whose imagination ran this)] together with the loan, was

:,..; week planting palms in the parks ,riot' in a story-telling spree. His A. C. WELLS KILLED suffIcient'' for approximately t 60%

and parkways, replacing those of subject was King David, and Jim of the salaries due the teachers.It Alston Will Run Again

the original that have not is expected that another pay-
planting
: did it full justice in negro dialect.

survived. A. O. Ward's pantomime of a lady BY HIT-RUN DRIVER ment of race track funds will be For Co. CommissionerDave'

Approximately 100 palms of the undressing for the night, and I, received shortly and these, will be

', Cocus Plumosus variety have been I Doc. Ezelle's imitation of Bob used to supplement, the payment

'", secured from a Moore Haven nursery -' Burns added to the merriment. NEAR BARE BEACHA. already made the teachers. G. Alston, present chairman

,:' for the purpose.. The new palms I Worthwhile comments on the clos- I There will be ,no school in the of the board of county com-

are several, years old, and many of ing ,of "Lake Okeechobee to bass county. on Friday, March 25th, missioners, stated this week that

:::. them will soon be as large as the I fishing during the spawning season C. Wells, about 45 years of that day having been declared 1 he will again be a candidate for

(c:','. original palms. were made by'' Harry Turner, an age, was fatally injured late Sat- holiday, this year for the schools election as commissioner from the

Si' I ardent amateur fisherman. urday night by a hit-and-run driver in order that the teachers may have Clewiston district.

!., :- P.-T. A. TO ELECT OFFICERS F. M. Wright, commander of the on the Bare ''Beach road about opportunity of attending the Flor Mr. Alston was first elected to

;., three and one-half miles from ida Educational Association con. I the board of county commissionersin
Clewiston Post of the American
The Clewiston.Mr. ference in Tampa on that day., 1932, after serving on the coun-
,t a regular meeting, of the ParS Legion, was present at the meet-
> ent-Teachers Association will he Wells was found, critically Other routine business was transacted ty school board previously. He has

..,. held in the school auditorium I ing member and of was the made Club an during honorary his injured, by' two negro laborers returning at the meeting.Important been a member of the board con-

: .; to the Bare Beach planta- tinuously since hat time aria has
Tuesday, March 15th. The annual
I.term 'as commander of the Legion.
j1.f ." election of officers will take place, The Kiwanians voted, to continue tion. They were walking and were Notice To served as chairman since 1935.

_' and'a full attendance of members I this custom, so that the commander unable to move the injured man, Mr. Alston is the owner and ::-p-

;(" -' is urged. the will I so reported their discovery at the S.F C.D. LandownersAn erator of drug stores In Clewistonand
er Legion automatically .
in LaBelle and is familiar
/ 'camp, and help was ,dispatched at
J. become an honorary member of the i
4 LADIES once. He was b'ought In to Dr. with the needs of all sections? of
AID TO SPONSOR )
Club during his tenure of office I
': Schiffli about one o'clock Sunday important notice to ownersof the county. He Is well-versed in
BENEFIT ST. PATRICK'S DAY I
J. M. McKay of Union Springs,j
II morning, suffering from a, broken land within the South Florida the business affairs of the county
::', A benefit card party will be giv- Alabama, was the guest of Tom I leg and compound fracture of the 'Conservancy District on which taxes from his long, membership on the

'; en at the home of F. L. 'William' Shelley. ; skull. He died about four o'clock.A are delinquent is found in the I board. .

S.: son next Thursday, March' 17th by coroner's jury was empanelledby legal notice published in this issue I I Mr.' Alston states that. he will

a : the Ladies Aid Society. E. D. D. Considering G. Small, justice 'of' the peace, of the Clewiston News.; I make his formal announcement in

-..:,,: Bridge and other games will be and the accident was investigated. The Reconstruction Finance Corporation I, a short .time.

,'.<'j .. played. Tickets, are 35 cents each.I I Refunding Plan SoonThe No clue as to the identity of has agreed to defer foreclosure

the car or driver could be found. I suits on lands 'within the MRS. McDUFFIE HURT WHEN

BOYS ESCAPE DEATH Mr. Small states that there was ,district provided the owner will STRUCK BY MOVING TRUCK

AS CAR OVERTURNS board of commissioners of a very dense fog the night of the I give written notice before March

the Everglades Drainage Districtat accident. Mr. Wells was last seen 15th of his intention to settle the Mrs. H. S. McDuffie was confined -

Woodrow and Carl Hatchcock a meeting in Miami Monday con- leaving Clewiston about 10:30., He taxes in full before April 30th. 'to her home for several days

had a narrow escape from death i I sidered further plans for refinanc-,I was found about 1-1 mile from This plan will protect the owners over the week-end recuperatingfrom

when their car overturned on the ing the district. I the Snodgrass Filling Station. The who intend to pay their taxes against severe bruises which sho received -

street leading to South Clewlston Several bond brokers have indicated accident probably occurred near increasing the cost by the when a delivery truck driven -

;5 :>. late Sunday afternoon. The accident an interest, in undertakingthe midnight. The coroner's jury ren- foreclosure suit, and will enable by William Johnson struck her

occurred about 200 yards refinancing of the district. The dered a verdict that "A. C: Wells the RFC to proceed with Its tax Friday afternoon. Mrs. McDuffiewas

; south of the highway. board took these under advisementand came to his death from injuries collection program. walking in the alley to the

Both boys were painfully injured discussed them at length. received from a moving vehicle The notice is published in full in rear of the Hopkins Building when

but their escape from death Final action was postponed, but about 3 1-2 miles] f -om Clewiston another column of this Issue of the Johnson backed the truck into the

'. seems miraculous. The car was reported it was agreed another meeting will on the road to Bare Beach, Plantation News, and landowners are urgedto alley to turn around. Mrs. McDuffie -

t to be travelling at an excessive be held In two weeks to consider .." read it carefully In order that was struck and thrown against

rate of speed, wken the the matter further. J. E. Beardsley All efforts to locate any relatives they; may understand the offer of the building. Her foot was severely -

driver lost control' and 'it .nr- of GlewlBton, member of the board, of tho deceased were futile the; Reconstruction Finance' Corporation I Injured, but aha was, able to rt*

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The Clewiston News The Pahokee News decided yo u L and it is hoped that every child so Marshia Norton, Betty Emrich,' suit with cap. She must' be the

might as well be frank about it: handicapped, wtll} avail themselves Jeanette Golden, Clifford Beatty, air hostess. She has the blue-est

And here is the complete write of this opportunity.. Julian Smith, David Golden and blue eyes which are filled with

Published every Friday In Clewistoi, up of. a Legion meeting: "The Pa Kim Kolstad. laughter. She is hurrying to the

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS I hokee American Legion met on lunch stand to grab a cup of cof-
CARD OF THANKS
Inc. Monday night but did little except I THE FUTURE I II fee before the plane leaves-And

talk over the coming April fair i ii n I \v.e I As sit looking through my horoscope -' that, folks, is all until next week..
IiEATIILEY: BOWDEN, Editor Belle Glade." wish to express to our many -by Bernice O'Neal.J. .
friends of Clewiston our sincere book, I begin wondering
I
appreciation for their expressionsof about the future. I look up and see

February Entered as 1, 1927.second at class the Post nail Office matte li n In Okeechobee Gilbert Culbreath, sympathy, kindness, and the an Imaginary crystal. A bit cur- M. LOUSE

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act o f owner and operator of the theatre,, many floral offerings which were iously, I 'look into it and am sur-

March( 3. 1897.Subscription. gives a real. birthday party each' send during the illness of our moa prised to see the future. It must Counselor and Attorney at Law

year for his daughter; Virgin!; ther and the death of our infant be about five-thirty o'clock in the
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Rate $2.00 Per Year. Lee. He gets a 'special children' daughter. afternoon sometime in April, 1945.I Hopkins Building '

Advertising1 Rote On Application. film and a one-reel comedy and* Jean and Bernard Herring. see a very young 'man walking I Wednesdays and Saturdays

opens the theatre in the afternoonfree I very fast. His black hair has fallen

Devoted to the advancement and welfare to all children. '''Later he serve over his forehead, but he does not! 0:30 to 4:00 .

of Clewiston and Hendry County ice cream and cake to all comers, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:--:--:-: seem to notice it. Now he is going I

up the steps of a very neat cot
I Politics. at last! Elbert Stewart t SCHOOL NEWS \ '
tage and I see a neat. little wifeto L. B. MershonAGENT
"THE SUGAR CANE PRESS"A
he is running. Roy D. Stubb
says greet him. He has just come

I qualifies as candidate for stat
four-page newspaper, "TheSugar attorney, and Melvin E. Russell:I Hillle. Hooker Ass't Editor is manager of the Band B

Cane Press", made Its first qualifies as candidate for state sen- Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty. Advisor grocery store.
Published Next! New York Life
this week. ator.
appearance (..:..:e--ee'A+X"X"' The scene has changed. I now
in Clewiston by the United States!
see a very crowded office and I Insurance Company
Sugar Corporation for free distribution Special Notice: Chains, like (Omitted Last Week) believe the boss has just called a

the paper was given to each those that WERE on the garbagecans This past week the juniors and certain young man Into his office. ARCADIA, FLORIDAJ.
envelope Sat-, in the park, can be purchased seniors in an inter-
laborer with his pay participated : He walks slowly in as he combs his I

urday, and plenty of extra copies from the Clewiston Supply Com- class debate entitled:. Resolved: black hair and pushes up the wave. I

were available for those who wish- pany for 25 cents each. That'swhat "That the importation of sugar into him
The boss surprises by giving
ed to mail them away. the Garden Club paid fo the United States be prohibited.. him the afternoon off instead of I S. CAMPBELL

The newspaper contained no advertising those. So if you won't return the The juniors who represented the getting angry at something he did. .

twas filled with live I chains, you might send in the affirmative, side were LeRoy Hare, The young man smiles and says, Jeweler & Watch-maker I
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news of the plantation and negro,: quarters. Thomas Waldron and Owen Wlnn. "Gee, thanks," and he bounces out. '. I I

activities and was enthusiastically The negative debaters from the What is this? We are passing All Kinds of ,Jewelry Repairs : :

received by the thousands of col- Speaking of garbage cans and senior class were Connie Clark, through a small town. It looks fa-

ored laborers who wish to know Ii the difficulties of keeping them Betty Hooks, and Bill Johnson. miliar. Oh, yes, without a doubt it Optical Repairs

more about the great industry of neat-appearing, the city of Perry Both sides had good arguments and is. Gee! I see a new house. It is .AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP '
of the lit-
which they are a part. has solved the problem the judges, Mrs. Thomas, Miss not very large but it has a fence
I Wooden stands with
The feature story concerned the tered-up alley. Whitten and Jimmy Hall, gave the around it and two nice shade trees.

bonus to be paid regular wage-'i a 'plank railing around them have winning discussion to the affirmative -I We stop here so I will look around. NORGE REFRIGERATORS I
the garbagecans I
been made to keep
earners. "All field laborers who:I side. 'Bernice O'Neal presidedas My! what two cute boys, and what !
in place. Garbage once placedin t-urnlshings
earned the 5% bonus last month, chairman.The brown eyes. The girl in the door- Furniture and Homo
them Is there to stay. The city i
don't forget", says the stor ", "that provides the labor and the bus!- way-my error, it is the mother- PHILCO RADIOS
the bonus has been doubled and she has the 'same brown eyes and
ness-places served by the alley basketball teams played
those of you who work regularlythis Is very small. Oh, dear! the sceneis Household FurnishingsInc. .
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purchases the little bit of lumber Moore Haven on a wet court on
month and are not absent changing again and now we seea
needed. And the alleys are now Wednesday night. Both teams were .
more than 3 days exclusive of Saturdays crowded airport and a young
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clean. handicapped by the slippery ball
and Mondays will be en- lady dressed in a ,very neat sport BELLE' GLADE FLORIDA.DIVIDEND .
and the court. The: :
titled to a 10% bonus in additionto slippery girls I 00 ______________________
Then there was the woman who played a close game, but in the. -

your regular pay. fed her hens pop-corn, so when last quarter Moore Haven went 'far

Another story of great interest she fried an egg it would turn itself in the lead and made the final

announced* that all laborers who over. score 26 to 17.. Betty Hooks was

earned the 10% bonus during the high scorer for Clewiston.The I I

March will be given a number to FAGG OFFERS WARNING TO '' OF YOUR
boys played a good fast I O INVESTMENT
participate in the drawing for cash O
PEOPLE OF MAGAZINE AGENTS ,
I game. At the end of the first' half
prizes at the end of the season.
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the score was 10 to 9 in favor of
The ten lucky men whose numbersare I
The following warning .was received Moore Haven. In the last quarter II
drawn will receive $25 cash I It
this week from Marcus with only two minutes -to play, ; ; G9 s seep:
each, in addition to their I Q
Fagg, of the Children's Home So- the score was tied 17-17. Moore
reguJar'l
wages and the 10% bonus.Personal
ciety In Jacksonville: I Haven scored again making the

items from the If any young man ,asks you to final score 19-17. Howell for ,Moore 1 I

tions, pictures of baseball Planta-I subscribe to any magazine and. in Haven, and Hare and Owen for

hoxing'matches, cane any' way uses the name of theChildren's Clewiston were the higk scorers. ,11 .. .
work the church and 1 ,
Home Society of Florida, "IJIL / n .fJ.
other scenes typical of the I 'Ded .
sugar its state superintendent, MarcusC. .
or "I'fil enUUou y Jf
plantations make the paper one 5th and 6th Grade News- :
will know at once
Fagg, you
of great interest to the laborers The boys and girls of the_ 5th "'. .
that he is imposter and shouldbe .
and is one of the many splendid reported an at once to the sheriffor and 6th grades have organizedtheir OUR CURR'HT Although Sonny is a bit young to :..':

things the does for its respective basketball teams
company employees police and a telegram sent col- practicing \ appreciate dividends his mother and :
: to make life happy and and have been this past ,

worthwhile here in the Everglades.RAMBLINGS lect to the society at 40 Buckman Home week. They hope to play several RATE ON dad know how important: it is that : ., : J
Bldg., Jacksonville, for the SAVINGSSHAISE d
Society has no solicitors at anytime games soon. their savings are safe at work.and :. r

.:..:,.:..:..:..: ..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:. any where. First Grade "Wjeckly Reading Honor ACCOUNTS earning liberal I I dividends here. Qo I in '\ t.:. ..

Last week a group of sixteen IS % "
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Roll- fact these dividends will help pay ; {
young men, purporting to be students .
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I Merle Golden, Mildred Marotti, M*" ANMUM e.2"
trying to earn their way for Sonny education. 5.t" :0'
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Jack Martinez, Junior Martinez,
through college, were at Lakeland, .
.:'':.':":":":":":":":":"':":":":":":":":-:<<-e<..) Oliver Martinez, Bobby Hanna, VIola ''.: t:
and and no doubt now are
Bart9w ,
Haven, Marjie McCracken, Rich- :t.- \
A busy week-end-a weekendof I driving their truck and trying the \
ard McLeod, Christine Espenlaub, ,': .
accident and tragedy. May such I same or some similar stunt in other Nadine Andrews. 1 C'ewiston Federal Savingand .'j.

week-ends occur but seldom. sections of the state. .
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Second Grade \\1eekly Spelling Hon : ,

About the most fun inside a I Crippled Children or Roll- Loan Association

newspaper office to our opinion is Clifford Beatty, Grant Brewer,

that of reading the exchanges. Clinic In ArcadiaA Dude Smith, Carline Berner, MaryK. I

Some editors may scan their ex- Emrich Iris .
Dyess, Betty Ivey, ,

changes, but to us there's no Lillian Golden, Marshia Norton, ..................................................r.' ..............................................................................................................".............
wasted time in chance is to be given the
really reading here I
Ruby Ricks, Carolyn Robinson, _
apd there children of this
amoung them and find crippled community Marilyn Shelfer. 0t'
I
ing out what the other fellow is j to receive a free examination, i I' ..i''J' .

thinking and what his neighbors :and later free treatment of their
School News--This Week-
are doing. Lots of odd facts, and disabilities if their parents are unable Second Grade Spelling Honor .Roll

things we know but somehow almost to pay for the treatment.A II .
Elvin Young, Dicky Schiffli, i
forget, come to light also. clinic for crippled children up Jack Reddish; Whitford Lang, Sadie CLEWISTON 60LF t

F'r Instance, there's to the age .of 17 will be held in,
a pictureof Kressler, Norman Kressler, 0 I ..
the six women members of Con- Arcadia Saturday, March 19, under r. :

gress. And to lives the auspices of the American Legion -
save our we I
couldn't have named them. Nor, and Auxiliary. Included in theca LEGAL. NOTICES I.I I' COURSE J

more likely, could you. But here I: es which will be examined at .I I .) ,

they are, five representatives and the clinic are all orthopedic or : ..: \ I .

one senator. Rep. Caroline! O'Day, bone deformaties, bone diseases IN Tim CinCUIT COUKT IB" AND I '.' ..>' :
FOR HEJCDHV' COUNTY. FLORID
burn scars and deformaties also
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(Democrat, New York) ; Rep. Edith IN CHANCERY: ). .J.
Nourse :hare lip and cleft palates. : ). .t
Rogers, (Republican, Massachusetts BARCARMIL, COMPANY, ) .
) ; Rep. Mary T. ,Norton,I The clinic will open at 9:00 a.' a Corporation i '

(Democrat, New Jersey) ; Rep. Nan n. in the Elk's Club rooms under Plaintiff VB. '. : :,, .'f.

W Houeyman (Democrat, Oregon the direction of a state orthopedicsurgeon BULA R. WALLER: '' f'.'

l ), Rep. Virginia E. Jenckes, from the American Legion ORDER Defendant.OF PUBLICATION.

(Democrat, Indiana) and Senator Hospital for Crippled Children in STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ; .

Barrie Carraway, (Democrat, Arkansas I St. Petersburg. ,Children who have BULA R. WALLER, a citizen; and to the Public 'j ;

.) received in the past treatment: are Asked at to the report.hospital at resident Winchester of, 26 Kentucky East Lexington; ''Ave. ...[ Open ]

Another picture-this time the You are hereby ordered and rent -
United his clinic so progress of the treatment !Ired. to appear on Monday, ,the .r.
States, capitol building at be checked. fourth day of April A. D;. 1S38,. a .'J.'
night with the United States, Flag: can Rule ,Day of the aboTe:styled Court, :
Dinner will be served..free to all in the office of the Clerk" of the Cir' .t'.
flying cheerfully in the breeze. Re- I cult Court of Hendry County, Florida t
minds us that it's contrary to all children: who are patients, and ,. in the Court '.House of said County 'r. ,
of their mothers, by the American Le- to the Bill of Complaint filed :r:
rules flag etiquette to leave against you in the above styled cause :. \.
the colors up after sundown-ex- gion Auxiliary in the basement of by Barcarmll Company the same being I ..-' ;:0'.. .- =.
the Methodist church at 12 noon. a Bill for the foreclosure of a :. ".' '.
cept on this' one building. The mortgage and in default thereof the ':, .:.
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flag always flies This clinic is being held for both I dilations of 'said bill will be taken ':.
over the capitol."Ma" :
( black'and white' children, the hospItal as confessed by you

at 'St. Petersburg having a It be U further published ordered once that a week this Order for- o' Moderate Green Fees .. :::

Ramsey has died-and separate wing for colored children. four consecutive weeks Mn the Clew- s;
alumni of the University of Flor- Iston NOWB. a newspaper of general Exceptional Fairways :!:
The American Legion and Auxiliary circulation. printed and published in _
ida by the thousands mourn her are anxious that every crippled Hendry County, Florida. ,
passing. She was 85, but for WITNESS my hand and seal of this'curt Interesting Greens. ;f
years child in the community under I in LaBoltc Hendry 'COUllty"I J
maintained one of the most popular -: the age of 17 is present at this clin- .1 Florida this the 17 day of

boarding houses at the U.. She lc for preliminary examination, ''I. D. 1938.. FebrUar"I", j. .
O SEAL) WILLIAM T. nULL;
died of a. heart attack after a which Is the first step on the road Clerk of ::
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}!I: So Cut Down Your Speed By Dean REV.of HAROLD the Moody L.Bible LUNDQUIST Instituteof .1. Is the North pole nearer to the earth's 'center than is the

:'1 The pathway of 'life is long and )Western Newspaper Chicago. Union. the center of the earth than the equator. Hang the Catalog
, devious, and you) never ,retrace it. equator is? 2. Yes, with the concurrence of Professor-If this art gallery
Sometimes a man who enjoys Lesson for March 13 2., Is it possible to expel a mem- two-thirds of the house. caught fire and you had time to
;, solitude enjoys the kind of a pipe ber of congress? 3. All of the children have been save only five pictures, which five

: that insures it. FEEDING THE HUNGRY 3. Have the Dionne quintupletsbeen fingerprinted. The prints are eas- would you save?
'::, Reason why the rights of some : fingerprinted? ily distinguished from each other. I Student-The five nearest the
are not respected is because they : LESSON TEXT-Mark 63044. 4. The United.States issued how 4. In 1936 39,703 patents 'were I door!
don't respect them themselves. GOLDEN TEXT Give ye them to eat.' many patents in 1936 a'n 1937? issued; in 1937 37,695 patents were
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, Henpecked husbands are grownup Mark PRIMARY 6:37. TOPIC-When' Jesus Fed a. .5:: Who 'was the ''Salmon for issued. The End

:::.-" men ,who were sissified by hungry Crowd.' whom the navy's new submarineis 5. It is now the policy of the "Well," said Brown, "when my
f:( some one in their boyhood. JUNIOR TOPIC-A Boy's Part' In a Great. named? United States Navy department to wife and I have an argument I

..' If a big boy bully tricks the Miracle.INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC The Answers name submarines for fish in the always have the last,word." .
small boys out of all their mar- Sharing What We Have. .-' : ocean. The submarine Salmon is "Oh," exclaimed someone-
:' bles, you know why more and YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC:; 1. The earth is flattened, at the named after the fish and not afteran You do?"
Providing for the Needs of All.
t more penitentiaries have to be poles, which' are therefore nearer individual. "Yes, I apologize."

F f,' built from year to year. "My God shall supply all your

:" That'll Make Violators need according to his riches in glory HUNGRY LOOK
,' by Christ Jesus" (Phil. 4:19). ,Suchis
When a remedy for unemployment -
Clever'Desiqns for Linens
is found, will idleness ,be the assurance of God's Word. I
prohibited? Countless Christians have proved itto

A manly man still prefers the be true that they may trust Godto .

: womanly woman and vice 'versa; supply every need-temporal or ments; illustrations of stitches

':x" '.';;: and don't make a mistake about spiritual.The used; color suggestions.Send .
'2'-:::"..'.: this.r lesson for today first presents 15 cents in stamps or

':: ,Beautiful breeds of dogs do not the disciples as they had come back coins (coins preferred) for this
> \ stay popular long. People like from their preaching 'expedition and pattern to The Sewing .Circle

: t. monstrosities-or at least comic- presented to the Lord Jesus a report Needlecraft.Dept., 82 Eighth Ave.,
; of their stewardship in minis- New York, N. Y.

\ After gthgSTaste tering the bread of life to the spiritually Please write your name, address I

I,"_ needy. He invites them toa / and pattern number plainly.TIPS I "
i'_' It :was man who invented all L place apart from the busy walksof I "Has he any ulterior motives?

ri/' '. the,machinery for washing and daily life for a time .of com- 'i tttliWU11 "No, interior; he is looking for
f.'I.; drying dishes. This was after munion and,, rest. The multitude 1 h:tl'i'1k an invitation to dinner."

r wives persuaded ''them that' they would not be denied, however, and $ to
i': :'. ought to help in that household follow our Lord to the desert place. ; "What shall we, play with DOW,

",., task. Having taught- them, Jesus has, opportunity ., GardenersLocating Ma?' Tommy's swallowed the
: Sincerity isn't always admired. to instruct His disciplesin top.

h. Invariably, there is sincerity in the important ministry of supply-
fr-: fault finding. ing for those in need the bread for A Holdout-
:. Naughtiness is silly to;those who heir bodies. "So you brought up a family of

:r, :, have arrived at the age of common I. The Ministry of the Bread of Vegetables eleven on $18 per week."
"Hush! I always told the missus
a',. sense. GARDENERS can grow a fairly
is Life.Reports in almost I only got $15."
One of the amusing pastimes of accomplishments in rlIi! khr good crop vegetables
to humor a highbrow. the field of Christian work (although any kind of soil, as long as
there is good sunlight and
r sometimes an earnest accounting : Jfr. ly'. trtrhl/jr ,t1 li
of stewardship of service ti,,.tir'r / /1 11/4.-14 r ,!''Ir+til rl moisture.To rp.From
r" FEEL OUT OF SORTS ? and money) are all too often pre !!rlA'1 r Ir tffel8! r :rtr'1 tt'sitf.0; 1 ,+r 4r those, however, who have a onegeneration
choice of soil,available, the follow-
pared for the purpose of impressingmen
xr:' Florence S. C.-A. S. and seeking their financial assistance. Pattern No. 1422. ing information will be of, assist- to j
Tidwell, 413 Railroad
l"" Ave., says: "I felt weak "' The real report is the ance in locating crops.In .
t..' a, and out-of-sorts. I slept. one which disciples 'make to their Two's company and a smart heavy or clayey soils grow k41.tanother ;
; wornout.But
;; poorlyand was combination when team beans beets broccoli Brussels
t before I had taken Lord. It concerns two vital points. you up ,
;
-' .one entire bottle of Dr. dainty crochet and fetching 8 to sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower,
::1 '' \K> ;', :;' ,4 :: .:;'t.:>;: Discovery, my digestionwas One of the temptations which face '3JY
:.., : ;;;' { was greatly improved the preacher and teacher of Christian motif for towels, pillow cases or barb, spinach, squash, Swiss h Ai'p if
::...' h.;5":: *,f-ili and I felt like myself scarfs! Either crochet. or cross chard and rutabaga.
:.. .' y again." Buy it from truth is to avoid unpleasantand
See stitch may be used alone. It's In light or sandy soils: As-
your druggist today. difficult problems by simply
how vigorous ;you feel after using this tonic. effective\to use a monogram with paragus, carrot, celery, collards, s\4
proclaiming the truth and
doing
: the crochet. Pattern 1422 containsa Chinese cabbage, cucumber, egg
nothing about the outworking of that
transfer pattern for two motifs plant, endive, kohlrabi, lettuce,
Joy or Grief truth in daily living. It sounds
I very 6% by 9% inches, two motifs 5Vi cantaloupe, watermelon, mustard,
constant
Contentment 'furnishes pious 'to that we will'present '
I say by 5% inches, two motifs 4% by okra, onion, parsley, parsnip, rad- .111
joy. Much covetousness, constant the Word and let it do its own work, .
- 10V2 inches and two 5 by 7% ish, tomato, turnip, and most
grief. To the contented even poverty but the Christian worker who
inches directions and charts for herbs.In .
is joy. To the discontented, evades his duty to deal at close ; Like a family heirloom, a prefer-
the filet crochet material require- muck: Onions celery spin-
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even wealth is a vexation. grips with sin and disorder in the ; ence for Jewel Shortening is handed
Li"' '::; ach} Chinese cabbage, radish, tur-
church and community has not discharged down from mother to daughter in
-, : his responsibility, Christ. nip, carrot, kale,.lettuce, mustard, thousands of families.Jewel actually
parsley, parsnip, rhubarb, spinach, creams faster and makes more tender
2. "What they had taught" (v. 30). Famous Food ExpertTo Swiss chard, and herbs. Onions baked foods than even the costliest

,,, '" : The second temptation of the Conduct Feature and celery are particularly good shortenings. It's a special blend of
0 preacher is to follow the specious muck crops. fine vegetable fats and other bland
: Sood reasoning of the modernist who says BEGINNING with this ,issue cooking fats,ideal a//cooking.Ask
... f d octo that it does not matter what a man paper is pleased to an- for Jewel in the familiar red carton.

GAi,:,. T keep' f>+ many Nvilric'ati believes, it is what he does that nounce a new series of articles 7'avotltfl .
moQl counts. The foundation of Christian which we believe to be the / tClpJ

aucom s gentle+ character is Christian doctrine, most original and up to ,date

tau therefore: the disciple of Christ must food"department hi the country.We Lot the Week-"
action'I know what to teach, and give account wanted to offer a food

to the Lord for his teaching. department that was live-interesting -

Teaching and doing the command- -different. We wantedto Pineapple Cream for Plain Cake.
ments of God hand in hand.
go get away from the usual
times the dessert ques-
II. The Ministry of Daily Bread. "recipe column." We believethe MANY is a difficult one to decide

I WDRK s: i Jesus found, no rest, for the mul- women of this communityare upon, and there are other FAVORITE OF THE SOUTH
; titudes followed Him to the other primarily interested in food times when there is some pound

side of the lake. ,Ere long the eve in its relation to health, in its cake, gingerbread, or plain butter

INSIST ON GENUINE NUJOLCopr. ning approaches, and the disciples effect on growing children. In- cake left that needs to be made Buoyant Youth
begin to be concerned about formation of this sort has usually -
how
.SUaooIoe. interesting to tempt the family. Youth, with buoyant hopes,
this great multitude is to be fed. been too scientific to be When these two situations meet, turns, like marigolds, toward the
,- They follow the inclinations of the understood by the average per- you will find that pineapple creamto side.Jean Ingelow.
Shining Qualities flesh and decide to solve the prob- son, but in this series it is pre- serve over slices of any one of I sunny
r, Many individuals have, like uncut I
lem by asking Jesus to sented in clear, understandable the kinds of cake will be just the
( diamonds, shining qualities 1. "Send them away" (v, 36). language and applied so that it trick, to 'produce a lovely dessert.
l f". venal.beneath a rough exterior.-Ju The 'church has followed their example will fit the average household.C. Pineapple Cream. MOROLIINE.:
in with Houston Goudiss famous ;
t' dealing the social 8 oz. can crushed pineapple
f problems of the people down author, lecturer, and radio per /2 pint pastry cream SNOW WHITE ,PETROLEUM jEllY'
through the years. The result is sonality, will conduct this department >/4 cup marmalade, jam or Jelly

that being denied fellowship, com- each week. Many Drain the, juice from the pine-
BLACKMAN fort, and help by a church which housewives will want to make apple and save it to use for some-

: was too busy building up a vast organization scrapbooks of these articles. thing else, or just drink it. Whip [
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( worship, the common have cream ,with the drained pineappleand
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:, .Blackman's Medicated Lick'r leaders who have provided a sub Blindness of By varying the kind of jam used Rated homo-plan book Including
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::' Blackman's Poultry TabletsBlackman's from the church empty hearted and only never speak well, but also apple cream over slices of the charming homes. Beautifully
: empty handed. 'Our Lord 'never think well, of those whom chosen cake. bound.Intended to sell at SXSpecial
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SYNOPSISJames which lay the'body of her mother.He arms, Leonora had never lacked a Ned the day before, "an infatuation .
had come in answer to a fran- father., Indeed, the knowledge that beyond' my understanding."
Lambert tries in' vain to dissuadehis tic telegram, the first word Iris had Iris had known he would not fail "And if she marries him," Ned U !1
marrying beautiful Don foster-daughter Mason young "rolling Leonora stone from" vouchsafed him since the note he her was the man's greatest com- predicted, "you'll be supporting 'em
whom he likes but of whom he disapproves had found after she went away. But fort. Nora was barely six years all their lives. Dad. Don Mason is
according to his conventional businessman he was too late. She'had been dead old at the time. She grew into ,a no good. He's a rolling stone."
standards. He tells her. "Unless a houseIs Service
founded upon a rock. it will not survive." almost three hours; and ever since happy sweet-tempered little girl It would have been some satisfaction -
Leonora suspects the influence of her half- (the woman who ran the rooming who accepted the good things,which to the girl in 'question had she
brother Ned. always jealous of the girl came to her without question, and
house said afterwards) the child How Often Should Your
since the day, his father brought her home known that James told her brother
from the deathbed of her mother aban- had sat there, refusing to move, often without' thanks. They were a brusquely, to "mind his own business" -
doned by her Italian baritone lover. Don to eat to cry, holding tight in one part of life. The bare, cold room -that he would look after Leo- Furniture Be Polished ?
arrives In the midst, of the argument.
where she had kept her unchildlike
small clenched'fist a scrap of paper I nora. It was seldom indeed that his Housewives differ on the ques
which she had promised her mother vigil became at last only a vague much-loved this '
son caused some- tion "when to polish their furni- .
CHAPTER IContinued2 to give to "the dear, kind father" memory, a memory dimly painful of what fiery man to lose his temper; ture." Some have no set time for
who was' coming for her, and to no something she must have dreamed. but now he was worried, and Ned's it-polishing when they think of it
Not until
a tragic day when she was
"I've a clean bill of health, sir. one else. thirteen did James Lambert realize well-aimed criticism touched a ten- -or when, casting a glance about, :
When 1 was a kid of nineteen and James never forgot the shock of that the child had accepted him lit- der spot. So the younger man,,,had they decide that the furniture can -
carried a message from a wonderful ,Nora's presence in that silent room. erally as her own father. He re-' gone home rather disgruntled to tell "stand it." Others, polish ,every
English girl who had stayed at While he stood below on a sagging, turned from business late one after- Corinne that Nora was "pulling the- cleaning day-which ordinarilyoccurs
home" because she was going to littered porch, the landlady had told noon to find,her sitting alone in the ,wool over Dad's eyes." once a week. Others dedi- .
have a baby to her husband stationed him that his wife "was gone, poor twilight. This was unusual, for Nora Well, James pondered, perhaps he cate but one day a year to this /,:,,_!
in China (a man. by the way, soul," but because he was expecte, loved gaiety and young companions.He had spoiled Leonora. He closed his important procedure. And still
whom you'd have been proud to "the body" had not been removed; asked, puzzled and' a bit wor-, eyes 'as from' the room beyond drift- others, polish the furniture in I
introduce to Nora): and found the and added remembering the little ried "What's the matter, dear? Not ed ,the tender, haunting strains of a their home 'regularly, once a I
fellow living with-Well., I won't go girl: "She's in the fourth-floor-back sick, are you?" Chopin Nocturne. Nora was play month. This last group is the
into details; but 'it gave me a jolt 'Mister, and if you don't mind I "No," she answered. "I was try- ing, and, 'much as James loved to largest-but their schedule is not
which wasn't easy to forget. I've won't go' up. My heart's not good ing to-to remember." listen, this gift of her musician father sufficiently frequent. Furniturecan

rubbed elbows with a lot that's sor- and them stairs is something aw Her, voice was husky, and still subtly disturbed him. not be polished, too often!
did, Mr. Lambert but I've hurt no ful." troubled James came nearer. It was late when he' went,to bed; True, the outward benefit of the I II
woman. Balance that, please, James did not want her to go up. "Remember what?" and in the morning he gave Nora I best oil polish-the luster-will I
against my depleted bank account." He was about to look upon the face "Things," said Nora. "Things his ultimatum. last through a single week-and
"Well, Daddy?" Nora prodded of his dead wife the woman who about-about myShe hesitated, "If I'm to consider your happi- more-but this same polish, with
after a moment. had betrayed him, but whom he had looked up at him; and it seemed to ness, my dear, there's but one way its light oil base, preserves and
"This is all very well," responded never forgotten nor ceased to love. her foster-father that the girl had out. I'll give that boy a job. I "feeds" the furniture, revives it,
James, "all very commendable; but He was vastly stirred-stirred and left childhood far behind in the few don't say that he must keep it for a prolongs its life! So that every
it doesn't change the financial as- horrified that she had been living in hours since they had last met. "Tell lifetime; but he must prove that he's application is highly beneficial to
pect of the case. Suppose," he said, so sordid a place. He had picturedher got the stability to stick at some- woodwork and the various piecesof
turning to Don, "suppose you per- sharing a life of luxury with thing that will support you. A year fine wood in the home. Our
suade this girl of mine to marry her Italian lover-had even attended f r ought to show that, Nora; and 'advice, therefore, for the sake of
you. What assurance can you give the man's concerts in the futile you're both young. If at the end of endurance, as well as appearance -
me 'that, unless I continue to sup- I hope of catching a glimpse of his that time he has saved money and of your furniture, is "polish,
port her, she won't during the next I beloved amid the audience. It was shown himself even fairly efficient up" with a good oil polish at least
that the fellow had deserted I'll twice month!
plain now say no more. a
ten years or so, know poverty and
hardship?" her-damn him 1-left her to "Even if he throws up the job ,
die in poverty and strangers -
among next day? asked Leonora.
"Only this, said Don, and held -
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up two strong browned fists. It Her father looked at her, his eyesa O-CEDAR
Ascending those steep and narrow .
tiuaVh.4. trifle hard.
was an argument more eloquent I
stairs James Lambert's heart ,
than words, but the older man refused -, "You think he would?" CLEANS,
His whole
pounded with'indignation.
to it. s f "I think she answered speak-
see POLISHES
form trembled as he stepped into ,
For a moment there was a silenceso the gloomy room. Out of deferenceto / ', ;i> ing thoughtfully, "that a year in an
profound that one 'was consciousof the dead a shade at its one 1 4r ''Ff1tt office-especially in Ned's office PRESERVES
the crackling fire and rain beat- will finish Don, Father." "
small window had been partly low- ;
ing against a window at the far end ered, and closing the door, he stood "You feel" then, that my proposal'is v KEEPS i
of the big room. Then James said for a ,long moment with his back unfair? FURNITURELIKE
quickly, as if to get it over: "I sup- against it, breathing heavily.So r 1W1 Nora glanced up a wistful smile NEW
pose you know that Nora is not my this was where his adored Iris 1 lighting her face as she responded:
daughter-I should say, my legal had lived-and died! The man's sad r "Not as you view things, Daddy.
daughter?" eyes dragged slowly around the But to Don it will be-well-a year More women use O-Cedar

Don nodded. place, avoiding instinctively the bed out of life. What would you do, I Polish and
"What he means, Don," explained where lay all ,that was left of some- wonder, if I ran away with him?" any other kindJ .'

Nora throwing a perfectly amicable thing he had cherished God, whata "I should disinherit you" said for furniture,
glance to James, "is that I'm not room! The dim light could not James, and meant it. Then, as she Ofir woodwork,
entitled to one 'penny of the Lam- ,hide what seemed to James its /j, A p remained silent: "Is that what and floors.Secret .
bert fortune. So if you've that in dreadful poverty: the broken win- you're considering my dear?"

mind, ,darling, Dad's giving you a dow stuffed with an old skirt; the
tactful chance to vamoose grace- sagging bureau propped with a Don accepted James Lambert's
fully." block of wood; the shabby rug a offer. '

"I'm still here," said Don his small mute pair of shoes beside a '{ -W Mr= S "I fear I won't make a successful

eyes smiling at her. chair office worker, sir; but I can try"
Watching the young people James His stricken glance came to the "She this for he said. And James responded with With One
stirred uneasily. bed at last, and seeing that rigid gave me you. unfeigned heartiness: Three may keep a secret if 1 two
form beneath a sheet hard tears dead= Franklin.Dr. .
of them are : --
"Nora misunderstood he "That's all I ask.
me, that had been suppressed for seven me, she said "was Mamma really
went on. "She often does, though I years, suddenly blinded him. More a-a bad woman? Aren't 'you my To Nora the young man was more Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a
think she knows I wouldn't be unjust shaken than seemed possible afterso father? Is that why Ned hates me? explicit. tonic which has been helping women
to her. If at my death her long a time, he took one dazed Don't I belong to anyoneanyonein "Remove that worried frown at of all ages for nearly 70 years. Adv.
brother inherits more than she does step forward, then, dashing the mist the whole, world?" once" he told her sternly. "Your
it's not because I adopted him le- out of his eyes with an impatienthand "My God!" cried James pro- father's right, of course-that is, Yourself First
gally when I married his mother, he saw-Nora! foundly shocked.' "You belong to right from his own viewpoint. If I Be that which you would make

but because he's helped build up the me! Where did you hear ." can't serve a year for you, Nora others.-Amiel.
Wholly for her
business I started as a youngster. unprepared pres- I'm no 'good. We'll make a gameof
for her,existence Jameswas Then as that other day of
ence, even upon
What I referred to was-See here it, beloved-mark off each day on
for the moment without speech tragedy, Nora's self-control Loosen
; gave PhlegmIn
Nora, suppose you leave me alone a calendar, and when the time is
but something about the patient, way and the story was sobbed out in
with this we'll chains and sail
man. forge
young drooping figure-the soft, gold hair those loving fatherly arms that had up our
A laugh of merriment bubbled like that of his lost Iris, gripped him never failed her-the old old storyof away together, Chest ColdsHere's

from Leonora. strangely. He came still nearer, hearing the tale from some spite-
"Poor Father! You can't get usedto staring down at the child with pity- ful playmate. Perhaps James pon- 'Into the sunset's turquoise marge, what Penetro does-
this generation, can you? We'reso ing eyes. dered as he held her close, per- To fairyland Hesperides, melts fast as you rub it in-fusing -
outspoken! Don knows the whole "Whose-whose little girl are haps Nora had been growing a trifle Over the hills and far away, counter-irritant action increasing -

story, darling: how when you wentat you?" he questioned though he arrogant. Ned had complained on blood flow. Helps relieve -
the call of my poor, dying, deserted knew the answer. more than one occasion that his lit- He kissed her.and lifting her chinto local and loosens congestion-eases phlegm due
mother and found look into her eyes, saw with satis- tightness
: me, a tle sister
l "put on airs. His father .
"Mamma's said Nora. She to chest colds.Stainless
,
faction that the smiles which had
gangling six-year-old whose birth had thought the comment mere jeal-
record named looked up wearily. "Are you my vanished from them were back Penetro is sold on a
you as my father you ousy on the boy's part; for despitethe
took me home and treated me exactly father-the dear, kind father who's ten years' difference in their again. His girl wasn't to know, contains money-back twice guarantee.25c size. 35c There's jar
as if 1 were going to take me-home?" Don vowed the jail sentence that
your own, thoughyou ages Ned was jealous of Leonora. even greater economy in the larger
knew, with no shadow of a doubt "She told you that?" he asked, The two had never understood each year ahead appeared' to him. Shewasn't sizes. Sold by all dealers every
that I was the child of-" and his voice trembled. other nor got along. Well he sighed, to realize that his only rea- where. Be sure to djnandPenetro.
son for submitting was to save her
"Leonora! "Yes," said the child. Then quite the time had come when his girl
the that trouble with
She raised her head,. meeting his without warning, her mouth worked must learn the truth, though it James sorrow Lambert would any have meant.

shocked eyes gravely. pitifully dreadfully. Her small, cold ,would hurt them both; so, as ten- For in his wildest imagination this
"Well Dad, it's true isn't it? I hand extended the crumpled paper. derly as such truth can be told young man could not see himself a I
had to tell him. James told her. .
Don
knows what "She-she gave me this-for you. part of the hustling throng which I II
an angel you've been to me, and I-I'd like to go home now, please, Nora had gone to boarding school jammed the subway every morning.The I
that I'd do anything on earth for if you don't mind. It's bedtime, after that; then to college, where thought of joining it turned hima
you short of giving him up. You isn't it? I'm pretty tired." And then, she majored in music. little sick.

really .shouldn't" ask me to do that, her strange calm breaking, she Then came Europe, a gorgeous, And there was Nedl!
you know. wailed suddenly "I want Mamma!
: colorful six months to Nora-a lone- If anyone had accused Ned Lam-
"Not when 1 believe it's for your I-I want Mamma! ly, dragging time to James. Andon bert of being inconsiderate of his
own happiness?" asked James. Her tears were the best thing that the way home, because her com sister's lover he, would have scoffedat
Then, as the girl shook her head, he could have happened, for both of, 'panion insisted on taking a one- the idea. Not until years later'
added: "Well, clear out, both of you. them. In comforting Nora, James class boat, she met Don Mason who when life had somewhat tempered
I've got to think things over. Clear himself found comfort. For those ev'er'since, James Lambert told 'Ned's cocksureness, did he suspect
out." painfully scrawled words on the himself, had been "eternally hang- that his habit of pausing beside -.rta.
scrap of paper tore his heart. De- ing around the house," that is, when Dons; desk to observe his work, A HOTEL OF DISTINCTIONNearest
CHAPTER II serted only a month before her baby he wasn't trailing koff to some out- much as a teacher keeps an eye on (Famous Winter the Gardens Resort)
was born, too proud to appeal to the landish place where no one in his the progress of a stupid pupil was OPEN JANUARY TO MAY
It was long past midnight when husband she had wronged so griev- senses would consider going. Even gall and wormwood to the youngerman. $6 to $10 a day American PlanS.
James Lambert went upstairs. ously yet giving the child his name during his absences the fellow had He did not guess that his me- John Llttlecreen. General Mgr.
"Thinking things over" had been a because she had no other, Iris had written every day; and Leonora ticulous suggestions drove Don mad Manning S. Bennett, Res. Mjr.
devastating process that led him at the last turned to him, asking who took a Pullman chair for an -that when an occasional error did
back to his first amazing glimpse of protection, for her little Nora. hour's journey, was thrilled by his occur it seemed to the harassed
Leonora, her thin little legs dangling Nor did she ask in vain. From adventures in towns where there youth that Nora's brother took ironic 4'
forlornly from a straight-backed, the moment when James lifted the wasn't even a clean hotel!! pleasure in detecting it.
uncomfortable chair beside a bed on heartbroken lonely child into his "It is," James had confessed to (TO BE CONTINUED)



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i MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER FOR! FULLWOODGEIGERMiss ms. YON ENTERTAINS Delicious refreshments were
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MISS NEILY GEIGER SATURDAYMiss I ALTAR SOCIETY MEMBERSThe I served by the hostesses to the fol-

[ Nealy' Geiger, daughter of lowing members:

[ PersonalsMr. J Florence Slonaker and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Geiger of South Altar Society of St. Mar Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. W.

Charles Christian entertained at Clewiston, and Mack W. Fullwood garet's Church met at the home of B. Cate, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.

the home of Miss Slonaker Satur- of Clewiston were married yester- Mrs. George A. Yon Thursday af H. R. Hall, Mrs. I. D. Leydig,

day afternoon at a miscellaneous day morning at ten o'clock in a ternoon for its regular monthly Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. E. C. Mills, '

and Mrs. J. A. Murray are shower honoring Miss Neily Geiger, quiet ceremony performed' by JudgeW. meeting. Mrs. Leslie C. Miller, Mrs. J. Gra-

spending some time in Miami. whose parents had just announcedher T. Maddox in the court housein Routine business was transacted. dy ,Niblack, Mrs W. W. Perry,

engagement and approaching LaBelle. Mrs. Joe Freidheim and Mrs. Gee Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Joe

Mrs Keathley Bowden and sons, marriage.The The couple was accompanied by I of Belle Glade were guests at the Robbins, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot,'

i Kay and Paul, visited relatives In honoree received many*use- the bride's mother, Mrs. .Tom Geiger -I meeting. Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Mrs. W' H. La-

Okeechobee Sunday. ful and lovely gifts. After a pleas- and James Akins, who served Attending were Mrs. J.. F. Tip- nier, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.F. .

ant ? afternoon the hostess serveda as attendants. I pey, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. M. E. C. Taylor, Mrs. H. C. Jones,
I
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Saxon of delicious refreshment course to I i Mrs. Fullwood has lived in South VonMach, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. Mrs. J. J. Graham and Mrs. J. H.

Moore Haven were Saturday vis- Mrs. T. Lowe, Mrs. Thomas "' "'ald- Clewiston for W. P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. H. T. Doty. (
and attended
many years
itors in Clewiston.Mr. ron, Mrs. Viola Stone, Miss Mae' the Clewiston school. Mr. : Vaughn, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs.

'Lily Stone, Miss Bernice O'Neal, ] Joe Freidheim, Mrs. Gee, FatherJ.
Mrs. Floyd Mountain Fullwood came here from Fort MRS. C. R. CRUZE WINS HIGH
Mrs. Edna F. Walsh and Mrs. Yon.
and Mrs. Fred A. McKenzieof Stough, Miss Gladys Varnadoe. Lauderdale and is employed b | the SCORE PRIZE AT BRIDGE MEET

Okeechobee were business vIsitors United States Sugar Corporation.He .
Mrs. B. E. Nail, sr., Mrs. E. W.
in Clewiston Tuesday. has made his home with his ""I. McCRACKEN, JR.
McLeod, Mrs. Paul Bussey, Mrs. T. Mrs. Joe Schroeder entertained
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
grandmother, Mrs. L. Brannen.
D. Smoak, Misses' Violet and Dorothy members of her bridge club at
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lanier Mr., and Mrs., Fullwood will re-
Bethea, Mrs. Emma Laura her home Wednesday evening. Mrs.C. .
j and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson side in Clewiston.MR. I Mrs. Wm. McCracken, assisted
Ezell, Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. A. \\:. R. Cruze, winner of high score,
.1 spent Sunday in West Palm ,Beach by her sister, Miss Virginia Gal-
I Lawrence. Mrs. R. L. Saxon of received a lovely linen buffet set

i'! Moore Haven, Mrs.. ,Downing, Mrs. AND MRS. TOM GEIGER lant, entertained a large group of as high prize. Mrs. R. C. Wilson,
:j Mrs. L. C. Miller and Mrs. W. I children at her home the
M. Geiger, Mrs. Tom Geiger, Miss HOSTS AT PARTY FOR BRIDEMr. on gov- who held low score, was consoled
F. Nail, jr;, shopping Friday ernment reservation afternoon -
were Tuesday
1 Naomi Akin with
Mrs. Bud Akin, Mrs.J. a lovely apron. Mrs Harry

;! in Fort Myers. A. McGehee, Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. Mack 'Fullwood, 8th in honor of her son, William' i Turner won the cut prize, a linen

and Mrs. Brannen. who were married birthday. I hand towel.
J. M. Sawyer, J. U. Owens and ing yesterday morn- The afternoon hour was spent Mrs. Schroeder served a delicious -
were honor
guests at ,
Werner Amrein spent the weekend GRACE WARDS HOME SCENE tion given by the, bride's a recep- delightfully in games on the lawn,1| salad course with sandwichesto

in Miami. I OF'SUNDAY' SCHOOL PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Tom Geiger at parents their, and birthday cake and ice cream I j Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs. Cruze, Mrs,

,I hotnft in South_ 'n___ flpwicf-nn_!__ .. ____..., was served to the following' guests: I R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Tom Shelley

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. The home of 'Mr. and Mrs. A. The color scheme of green and Junior and Glen Raines, Sally! Mrs. Harry Turner, Mrs. R. C.

Elbert Stewart and Mrs. Fred Hill O. Ward Graham'';; Billy Broadfoot, Bobby:j Wilson and Mrs. Roy Alston.
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the
... was scene of a gay white was carried out in the beau-. Jeanette
visitors in Miami. Smith, Julian and Dolores!
were Saturday II
party Friday evening when the tifully decorated wedding cake, !
Smith, Bevoly Flaniken, Carol Au-
--'" Junior Girls' class of the Community which had been baked
by Mrs.
gur, Jean Augur, Junior Moore,j
Mrs. Schwenn returned to her
Sunday School held 'its monthly Geiger. Baked in the shape of across Emma Jane Ezelle and'Edwin
Dorothy
home in Lakeland Sunday :after a social and business meeting. :with a small raised
portion Young, Patsy Meredith, Gene VISITING HOURS AT SUGARHOUSE
visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. New officers were elected, Barbara -! in the center on 'which
a miniature
Baker.Dr. Broadfoot and Solon Mills, Nancy Wright, Car-I
being the new president bride and
groom were seated be-
line and Bobby Berner, Joan
Anne Pafford, vice-president, neath an arbor, the cake was deco- Crouch / (Daily Except Monday)
Shirley Owen, Kim Kol-
R. N. Lobdell, of the Ever-I Sheila Foster, secretary and Mau- rated'' with ,white '
rosebuds
Station at Belle and stad, Kay Bowden, Dick Schiffli, 9 to 12-1 to 4
glades Experiment Prewitt
ryne: treasurer. green asparagus fern.
Jean Yenawine, Mary Louise Thomas
.
Glade, was a business visitor In Guide
Attending were Barbara Broad- Music for dancing was furnished ProvidedDram
-
Harriet Alston, Charles Ben-
Clewiston on Tuesday. foot, Mary Louise Thomas Sheila I by James
Lolly, Jim Holland
bow, June Collier, Oliver and Jack
,
Foster, Jean Auger, Grace Ward, and, M. Waldron.
and Junior Martinez, Ben Bolton,
Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor Anne Pafford, Doris Simmons, Calling during the evening were '
Mary: Ellen Smith, Gracie Ward,
left Tuesday for a few days visit Cleo Scott, Gloria McDuffie, Pat Mrs. Lula Geiger, Mrs. Brannen, Richard Knight, Louise Prewitt,

with Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. N. Bailey, Marilyn Davis, Harriett Mr. and Mrs. Jim 'Hendry, Mr. and Nora' Oglesby, Joe Schroeder, Ra- ,

," ?. Claubaugh, in Orlando.M. Alston, Sally Graham, Nancy Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. chel and Charles Miner, Amo Bald-
Wright, Marianne Jones, Mauryne Harold Adams
Mr. and Mrs M. win, Mildred Marotti, Corrine Von

."i E. VonMach attended a meet- Prewitt, Joan Walker, Mary Ella A. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. W' Chris- Mach, Jack Davis, Pat Bailey,

ing of the Hendry county school Geiger, Joan Crouch, Ogie'Arnette, tian, Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Chris Marjie Allen, Mary Nell Christ-
LaBelle afternoon Grace Ward and the teacher, Mrs.: tian Mr. and I
board in Saturday i Mrs. Slonaker, Mrs. ian, Skippy Cothern, Ronald Hare,
I. M. Pafford and Rev.' and Mrs. 1'.
J.
I G. Wiandt, _Mr. and Mrs. Bethea, Carol Alston and Sharon Crochet.

C. Taylor. Mr. and, ,Mrs.". Tom Waldron, Mr. I ,

'. \ J. E. Beardsley was in Miami and Mrs Urey, Waldron, Mr. and nu
LADIES
AID MEETING AT
Monday, attending a meeting of SHEILA FOSTER CELEBRATES11TH Mrs. Floyd Mountain, Mr. and Mrs.. ,
CHURCH HEARS MISSION TALK
the board of commissioners of,, the BIRTHDAY .SATURDAY Herman, Davis, '!\-ir. and Mrs. T. '

Everglades Drainage District. D. Smoak, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bus- ;
Sheila Foster celebrated ,her
,
sey, Mrs. A. B. Carter, ,Mrs. ,Floyd Mrs. Joe Robbins was in chargeof
eleventh' with 'party
birthday a Andrews I the program at the meeting of
Mrs Pouncey, Misses BilI Home
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'B. Duff Saturday afternoon at the ,home
lie and June Hooker,. 'Misses Dorothy the Ladies Aid Society which was ,
-
Illinois arrived
of Springfield, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
and Violet, Bethea, Mrs.. held in the church Thursday afternoon -
Tuesday for a visit with Mr. Duff'sbrother Foster, in Sagamore- Court.A Foy
Durrence, Mrs. Edna Cox 'Mrs. with )Mrs. C. E.. Robbinsand
F. Deane Duff and Mrs. ,
color scheme of and
pink yellow
Viola Mrs. R. 'H. Knight joint host- and You'p" :'
Duff.E. Stone, Mrs. H. A. Land, Mrs. ,
was carried out in the decorations '
Emma Ezell, Miss Katherine Wi- esses. ".,-- "
favors and refreshments.Ice .
Davis Conway and Sion C. _cream, birthday cake, and andt, Miss Mae, Lily Stone, 'Misses Mrs. W. W. Perry 'read a paper EVERY FAMILY longs for home

Annie Bell Christine and Kathleen I on China:; and Mrs. J. H. Doty of but
Stalls of Moore Haven attended a salted nuts were served, to Mari gavea its own, many procrastin .

Legion meeting in Clewiston Tues- anne Jones, Anne Pafford, Louise, Chapman, Munselle Stone, synopsis of a meeting .of the in going beyond the dream stage.

day evening. R. N. Miller of La- Aline and Richard Edelblut of ,Fort James Akins, J.: W. Hathcock, Florida Chain of Missions, which It will be for your happiness and

J Belle also attended the meeting.J. Myers, Mauryne Prewitt, Mary Ellen James Lolly, Jim Holland, M. she and Mrs. Joe Robbins attendedin profit to .seL! a home soon, and

Geiger, LaVerne Geiger, Barbara Waldron, William Johnson, Mer- Fort Myers recently. Mrs. F. pay the loan balance from income.

M.. McKay of Union Springs, Broadfoot, Mary Carlisle, Emily rell Lowe, Jim Fielder. and J. 'D. C. Taylor made an interesting'. talk'on Come in and see how we can help'

Alabama, was a business visitor in Joyce Bullen, Jo Ann Walker, Hooker. : the World Day of Prayer: you buy your dream home. "

Clewiston for several days this Since the nominating committee
Betty McDuffie, Sue VonMaeh and ;
had not completed, its report, the
the
week. Mr. McKay represents
Grace Ward. Paul Rardin of Canal Point was -
Caterpillar factory in Peoria, Illi- a visitor 'In Cle"wiston Friday. election, of officers was postoned Clewiston federal

'. nois. until the next regular meeting.
EMMA JANE EZELLE'S4TH
Plans were completed for a benefit -
BIRTHDAY OBSERVEDMrs. Savings and LoanAssociation ;
A., 'B. Bowen of Milwaukee wasa Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner ;were card panty to be given on

business visitor in Clewiston guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. March 17th ,,:at the Fred L.. Williamson -
.
J. W. Ezelle entertained at '
Monday. Mr. Bowen is interestedin H: L. DeLaney ,in .LaBelle. ? h me.
_
her home yesterday afternoon witha 'l. .
truck farming in this section, :
birthday party on ,the occasion,
and hopes to begin'operatiqns in
of her daughter, Emma Jane's,I ,
.
,
cabbage and tomatoes next year. fourth -,'" -- .
birthday. V e

Children's games were enjoyedon

Mr. and' Mrs. C. Hollingsworthand the lawn, and cake and ice

son, Richard, of Bartow, were
cream were served at the refreshment -

guests Monday of Mrs. Hollings- hour. Kites were distributed wI'i

worth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
as favors to the guests. ,
I J. Hirsch and her sister, Mrs. J. G. I
Attending were Don Terrell. Dol-

Niblack., ores Smith, Carol Augur, Marjie
--
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack had McCracken, Kay Pafford, Bevoly
and Betty Carol :FlanikPn, Bobby
as their guests over the week-end,

Mr. Niblack's mother, Mrs. J. O. Smith, Billy Broadfoot, Sue Corn-

; ette, Jean Yenawine, Shirley Owen -
Niblack of Lake City and his sister 1 '
Miss Alta Niblack' of Talla- l Johnnie Schiffli, Kay Bowden, '.

hassee. The. visitors, returned to Bobbie Berner, Rachel Miner,' Richard -

their homes Wednesday. Knight, Patsy Meredith. Claire

Jones, Heather'' Guthrie, Anne Eliz-

Mrs. W. J. Edelblut of Fort' My abeth Prewitt, Kim Kolstad.. Amo

ers and her sister, ,Mrs. Harries, Baldwin, Carol Alston, Edward !. i''.% "v:.

of Washington, D. C., accompanied Bourne, Vollney Robbins, Harry

Louise, Aline and Richard Edel Vaughn, jr., ,Joe Schroeder, Zen- V-8 PERFORMANCE' CENTER-POISE RIDE The 1935,1935 advanced and comfort 1937 Ford feature V-8's .

blut to Clewiston Saturday for a omia ,Irey, Eleanor VonMach, Don r

visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Foster Mobley and Jo Anne Couse of
'
The children were guests at a Moore Haven.

birthday party for Sheila Foster. I 'SxV -
.
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MAXINE DOTY ENTERTAINED %&$$& t
..
Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Elbert I GIRLS CLASS MEETING FRIDAY : gf.

-JStewart, Mrs" O. F. Schiffli, Mrs '

Richard Knight, Mrs. G. B. Rack' Maxine Doty entertained the Intermediate ''c }-0 x\4$+

straw, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs Girls Class of the Cams : '

Leah' Spicer, Mrs. O. A. Jones an munity Sunday School Friday ev-
.
.
Mrs. G. L. Royal attended a meeting ening at the home of her parents,

of the Community Garden Club Mr. and Mrs J. H. Doty. The party

Tuesday, visiting gardens in P a- was the social ,and business meeting SAFETY GLASS STEEL BODIES MODERN APPEARANCE RQUE-TUBE DRIVE

hokee, Canal Point and Port May- of the class. ,

acca. After the transaction of busi-

ness, a pleasant hour was 'f.pentn\ 'lPAO the V-8 class NOW get superb performance, aka. The a Minrv.8sel'rd ,
Mrs. R. E. Smith and Mrs. R. B. chorus singing and games. Delicious STEP
brakes tires luxurious interior, modern uc
good a r Y
Chapman left Monday for their! refreshments were served by, oney ks+ts'
style and'color.. And you won't need cash now, If your present -
home in Maplewood, New Jersey, the hostess and her mother, toRoberta
car equals the down-payment. Balance on easy terms. See .
and Martha's Vineyard, Massachus Spicer, Florence Graham,
your Ford dealer this weep t get a, modern V-8!
etts. after a pleasant two week Kathryn Graham, Betty Bailey,

visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. P, LucMrs' e. Laura Bailey, Janice Wynn, Elizabeth /BRING IN YOUR '
SEE YOUR FORD DEALER TODAY! OLD CAR-PRJVE Note '
Smith is a sister of Mr. Luce, Winn, Beulah Guthrie: Lee .. .
h1'.
BETtE CAR, EASY fI ;
,
and Mrs. Chapman, his cousin 1 10f Is Pridgen, Edith Nell Cornette, .J ncl ". > ,' ; J
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PAGE EIGHT _. THE CLEWI8TON tiEWB FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 10JJS
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Garden Club Members Spicer. Mrs. Robert Frazier, of Baffle Local Ladies Made NOTICE TO OWNERS Or LAND
Charlie Chaplin Everglades, Dick Glade, wife of a well-known bar- WITHIN SOUTH KI-OUIUA CONSERVANCY -

Visit Neighbor Club Patterson. ber,. died of carbon monoxide District P.-T.A. OfficersHendry DISTRICT lj. i,
Will Rogers Tiddlewinks, Carl- fumes from a charcoal pot in her

-_. ton Prevatt. bedroom last, week. Her husband Attention of landowners in South
Florida Conservancy District is called -
Members of the Clewiston Garden was in a dazed and Incoherent con- again to the telegram sent to
dition, when found one morning ( County News) Honorable J.: Mark Wilcox by \V R.
Club were guests at a lunch"eon Local Girls Team Satterfield Counsel for Reconstruction -
and garden tour arranged by after he and his wife had gone tot I The ,East Trl-County Council of Finance Corporation on Febru-
sleep in the room with the charcoal Florida Congress Parent-Teachers ary 18. 1938, which telegram readsas
the Community Garden Club. The Defeat Pahokee GirlsThe Association which includes LaBelle follows:
,
pot burning.
Community Garden Club Is composed "Retels February 17 and 18 rel-
Clewiston, Felda, Immokalee and ative to South' Florida Conserv- i
: of members residing in Pa- ; Moore Haven, and which was or- ancy District tax collection pro- '
Canal Point and Port May- McWhorter Is gram.. Pursuant toour; request \
hokee, Clewiston girls team returned ganized Saturday, March 5, in La- we will defer1 until April 30, 193S I
home in a happy frame of mind : Belle promptly elected the following foreclosure suits under such pro-
acca.Nine gram against the lands of any
members of the Clewiston
Tuesday night with a hard-fought officers: Mrs. R. N. Miller, La- taxpayer who will on or before-
Club/1\1rs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. E. L. victory from Pahokee in their real good golf of the meet, and Belle, president; Mrs. M. M. Prew- :March 15 next give our Mr. Gil-, I
-- Stewart, Mrs. O. F, Schiffli, Mrs.I In. It was the first victory of would have served handily more or our Attorneys written I
grasp. very Itt, Clewiston, 1st vice-president; notice of his intention to settle j
H. Knight, Mrs. G. B. Rack- the season for the Clewiston girls for Shelley in the early rounds.!'! ; Mrs. L. E. Farnam, Moore Haven, his taxes under the program on "
'or before April 30 next. This will ;
straw, Mrs. F. M. Wright 1\Irs. and was doubly appreciated for But whenever _he showed winning 2nd vice-president; Mrs. Joseph enable Corporation to proceed
Leah Spicer, Mrs. O. A. Jones and that reason. A free throw by Betty ways, the new champion, who simply Robbins, Clewiston, secretary; Mrs. with program against the taxpayers -
Mrs. G. L. Royal, made the trip. Hooks In the last 30 seconds of refuses to take a licking in Ev- Mattie Thomas, Felda, treasurerand enough who to give are the not notice interested men- ,

The visitors and approximately 30 the game broke a 17-17 ,tie, and erglades competition, eternally Mrs. Ina Mae Butler, Immokalee tioned above 'and will- protect the i
members of the hostess club assembled -, brought- Clewiston out winner ban dogged his heels. historian. against taxpayers payment giving of such additionalcosts notice J
at the home of Mrs. H. 18-17 score.. Shelley won his way to the fin- incurred by Corporation jn
The organization of the council
J. Anderson of Bacom Point Road.I At the end of the half' Pahoke als' by victories over H. R. ,Hall, was part of the program which connection the date with of the their program notice between as-
Here tables and benches had been was leading by a 10-5 score, but of Clewiston John Harris of Belle mentioned above and the date of
arranged under the trees and a in with determination Glade John Thomas Forest included, a school of instruction at I I payment of their taxes. Please
Clewiston went back a and which several state P.-T. A. officers wire If this arrangement is sat-
delightful luncheon was enjoyed in that never wavered and Banning of Pahokee. He was pre isfactory so we can advise our
were present. The meeting was "
representatives accordingly
this lovely outdoor setting. the Hookswas sented with bronze
fought steadily to top. a gold trophy
held at Carlson Memorial Methodist Landowners are urged to 'comply
Mrs. Anderson has a lovely easily the star of the game, emblematic of runner-up honors, church. with the requirement set forth in
garden with many unusual plants. and shot 15 of, the 18 points for while McWhotter took' possessionof \ this telegram on or before March 15.,
The Is as follows: 1938. by notifying- writing Mr. J.P.I
1 Professor H. L. Speer of the Pa- Clewiston.The the Championship Trophy, a program Gilmore at the office of South ,
hokee High School acted as guide, line-ups: twenty-two inch tubular gold 9:30-10:00 Registration. 1 Florida Conservancy District, Belle I
10:00-Assembly Singing-Mrs. Glade Florida or the attorneys for
pointing out the many varieties Clewiston Fahoke bronze_ trophy suitably engraved. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
and describing them. The next stop Hooks, F. Armstrong, F. The cards: I I Dennis Small, accompanist. Evans Mershon & Sawyer. Post Of-
fice Box 1390, Miami Florida, of
; home of Mrs.. V. C. Invocation Rev. A. M. Glisson.
was at the Chapman, F. Jordan, F. McWhorlcrt their Intention to settle by payingIn
Denton for a visit to her beauti- V. Bethea, F. Maloy, F. 554 4S-. 554-41 453 664 554-42-831 Flag Salute.WelcomeSupt.. full, their South Florida Conserv-.
District and State and County
ful garden.At 454 .654 545-42 443 454 454-37 79 S. A. Graves, ancy \
J. Hooker, G. Doman, G. taxes on or before April 30 1938.
Port Mayacca the group visited -I M. VonMach, G. Watkins, G. Shelley: Hendry County.ResponseSuvt.. For convenience of landowners mimeographed -
of the form notice
the home of Miss Julia Banedt"Mi Robbins, G. Larricks, G. 5G4 553 564-43 553 644 554-41-84 Caroline Bales, to be used copies in this connection may be :J:."' 'I

=s Banedt's specialty is gerberasand I Substitutes: for Clewiston, Dor- 465 645 564-45 443 553 444-36-81'' Glades County. the obtained office from of South Mr. Florida Gilmore Conserv-or at '' I'

she had a lovely variety in full othy Bethea. For Pahokee, Green Probably the finest performance I Assembly. Singing. ancy District.

bloom. and Padgett.On and only genuine upset of the entire -; Introduction of state officers and EARL L. WAKEFIELD. Secretary.
Mrs. G. C. Coburn's lovely three the same night Pahokee. boys tournament occurred in the local presidents.The South Florida Conservancy ..District.JACKSONVILLE .

acre estate was described by returning "B" team won from, the Clewisto finals of the Second Flight when' advantages of a County

o members .as "the gem of boys 26-14. V. C. Denton of Pahokee won a Council-Mrs. Paul Delavah, First

the Everglades." Located on the The line-ups: close 1 up victory over Jack Bar State VIce-President.

.' natural' cypress ridge at Port May- Clewiston Tahoke rett of Canal Point to 'take Championship Organization of the County Coun- 'j9 I L 1M t
pcca, the lovely home is in a beau- Hare, F. ,Denton, F. honors In that: flight. Both cil. \ ,

tiful surrounding. A flagstone terrace Owen, F. Spooner, F. Denton and Barrett qualified In Election.

opens from the living room Brantley, C. Stevens, C. the Championship Flight, Barrett Adoption of By-Laws.
and gives a lovely view of the Hooker, G. Murphy, G. being relegated to the glower flight Assembly Singing.

garden, a small vegetable farm and Stone, G. Hawkins G. by the redhot Larry Nash and 11:30-Program PlanningMrs.Frank .

adjoining orange grove. On the Substitutes: for Clewiston, Winn. Denton stepping down via the default Petrie, 5th State VicePresident. -

terrace with its pretty flowering For Pahokee, Alspaugh, Davis, route. The Pahokee hard- .

annuals the visitors were invitedfor Fletcher, Peacock.R. ware, merchant took out Bill Mc- Questions.
a short rest and were served Cracken of Clewiston, and H. C. Announcements. OLE

: with iced orange juice. After view- Y. PATTERSON, JR., IS VanLandingham of Belle Glade be- Report of Registrations.

ing the flowers in Mrs. Coburn's INITIATED INTO FRATERNITY fore meeting the Canal Pointer,I 12:30-Lunch. I

gardens, the group proceeded to who was highly favored to RO 1:00-Assembly Singing. J LRIDA
.Azucar where F. H. Bryant conducted Delta Delta Chapter of the Kappa places in the Championship Flight Publications-Mrs. L. H. Glbbs,,,I
them on a tour of the beau I Sigma FaaternHr at the University before his defeat by Ksh.; AUho State Secretary. GARNETT ANDREWS,M.najtt

tifully landscaped plantation village of Florida announces the the result was an upset Denton 1:30-Home and School Cooper,J ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this
of. the United States Sugar Corp-II *' atlon-Mrs. Petrie. modem, fireproof hotel in the heart of downtown .
initiation of Robert Y. Patterson, turned in the outstanding performance Ja ,onv,1te. Every room with tub and
oration. Here are some of the pret- Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. of the tournament, his card Question Box-Mrs. Delavah.: I shower, soft water, ceiling fan, radio, tatted
tiest and most unusual shrubs and I Patterson of Clewiston The chap- not looking bad along with those I summer: door.. Every Bed with innerspring
mattress and reading lamp. Running ice
flowers in the entire Lake I
area.
ter entertained new members, in the Championship finals. STATE BRIEFS I water on every floor.
Mr. Bryant particularly pointed out pledges and their dates at a break- The cards: ;. AIR CONDITIONED

the plantings at the colored school fast at 2:30 Sunday morning, Immediately Denton COCKTAIL DINING LOUNGE AND MEETING COFFEE ROOMS SHOP

building.The following the last danceof 563 ,,644 544-41 644 644 555-43-84Rarretti Whiskers were on parade at Rates-Single with Private Bath
guests' last stop was in the the Military Ball week-end. Leesburg this week when the famous Rooms $2.00 80 Rooms $2.50
Azucar colored school auditorium 'j 454 554 645-43 454 664 555-43--86i House of David baseball teamarrived [;Room $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
S.mpl. Room with Private Seth $400
where they were entertained by A. C. Wells Killed- Second honors for tournament for spring training. Their Slljla me/cut lo doubt occup.ncytdu
the group singing of eighteen performance must go to Mrs. F. facial adornment has given them .
) R. POUND Ho..I
young negro girls under the direction D. Duff of Clewiston, who marched the nickname of "bearded beau- MOn" PATTEN T/ HOTEL DESOtO
their .......... T. .._, ,
of teacher. 0. l. k G.
""" (Continued From Pace One) through the Third Flight with vic ties". ,.... ... ..: ",, '
.
Those who were privileged to It is thought that he had :no, near tories over Luther Jones' of Belle

make the trip declare it one of relatives. His 'home was in Kene- I Glade, Ed Ward and W. C. Frew- A Cuban navy band will lead one

the pleasantest and most interest- saw, Georgia, where he had lived 'itt of Clewiston, and Robert Creechof I of the sections of the brilliant nite
ing which the Club has ever tak- for many years. He came to Clew- Belle Glade before going downin parade staged by La Verbena del

en. iston last fall from Moultrie, Ga., the finals under the gunning of Tobaco at Tampa Friday nite,

and was employed by Mrs. Flossie W. C. Owen. Mrs. Duff had a cardof March 11. Forty-sveven illuminated

Clewiston Endeavor Johnson in farming activities. Tel- 90 as against Owens' 91 in her floats will participate in the af- Zz1u'fLOPIDA;

egrams to his former homes 3 and 2 loss and held up the pres- fair.

Play Given Monday brought the information that a tige of the feminine contingent ad-
sister, his only known relative, mirably. Owen won his way to the A rare threadflsh* the third ev-I

had died a short time ago: finals with wins over Gray Van er caught in the Key West section, .
\I "The Deestrick Skule Up-To- He was buried late Sunday afternoon Landingham, H. J. \'Harris W. C. was landed last week. One was I IJ Ii J l '

Date" was presented by the Christ- at Fort Denaud. Owen, Jr., and E. E. Kelly.. : caught last season and was sent to LR

ian Endeavor Society in the school Top honors in the Fourth Flight Smithsonian Institute in Washington -I QiJ WQi

auditorium Monday evening, under Garden Club- went to Luther Jones of Belle where it was mounted 'and is ,, R 1
the supervision of Mrs. J. G. Glade with a finals victory over now on } 1 1I
display.Dade
Niblack. Gray VanLandingham of the same 1m

The young folks were exceedingly (Continued from page 1) place, 2 and 1. Jones' had previous City will have plenty of ,

good in the various parts and many who had a small garden this victories over Dr. J. W. Ezelle ot I watermelons to satisfy the appetites -

received many compliments, the year were sufficiently encouragedby Clewiston and Mrs. L. C. Betzner' of of its citizens and a surplusfor mm 4I

seeming naturalness of their act- their success to attempt a greater Belle Glade. VanLandingham had shipment, when the more than m iii!
ing. A neat sum was realized for. I variety next year. eliminated S. K. Swayne of Clewls 1,000 acres planted to this crop in
the treasury. The first-prize winning gardenswere ton, W. P. Jernigan of Canal Point Pasco county comes into bearing. Q1; rliHiilI !

The various characters were: I Indeed worthy ones. An assortment and John Hooker of Belle Glade. I

Professor John D. Rockefeller of vegetables including Only one match remains to be Forty pretty girls have entered_

; Dusenberry, Francis Wright. tomatoes, beans, peas, brocolli, played to close up the Everglades' the contest for Ambassador of GoodWill .

Madame Schumannheink Oke- corn, onions, beets, turnips, cabbage Championship for 1938, F. D. .Duff in Polk County's first ,annual I -
fenokee, Minnie Lee Pridgen. carrots, parsley, lettuce and (15) of Clewiston' playing Dr. W. Mardi \Gras celebration to be heldat r

Miss Kathryn Parkinburg. Max- spinach were found In abundance.One J. White (15) of Belle Glade 0 for Winter Haven the evening of I .
ine Doty. note-worthy feature was that first honors in the Bye-Consolation March 18. Ten of them will be
I t Miss Matilda Methusaleh, Betty of having the vegetables in two Duff defeated E.. G. Kilpatrick sent to various parts of the United Stop at t1EfEotGLPcLttieia. -

I ,Bailey. stages of growth, so that after the (15) In a ,quarter-finals affair, 4 States and 'to other countries. -
Miss Fannie Mariah Fitzpatrick, first planting is matured and gone and 3 and went on ,to the semifinals i '

Florence. Graham. tIle second planting will continueto to defeat Mrs. O. G. Mc- An Atlanta, Georgia man pur- I
Deacon Brown, Laura Bailey. I provide vegetables for the family Vhorter (15) of Belle Glade, 2 chased 3,000 acres of land west of
312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
Widow Jones, Elizabeth Winn.I table. and 1. The two finalists will battle Rockledge, Florida and has an-

Mitzi'Foster (Beulah Guthrie The Garden Club is appreciativeof it out next Sunday over the 18 nounced that ho will develop the

and Margie Thompson (Edythe Nell I the efforts of all contestants, hole route. acreage and sell it in small farm Outside Rooms With -

Cornette) ,two flapper co-eds. I and those of the judges. It is very Medals will be presented to both tracts.A 1'rivate Bath

Arabella Macaroni Sistrunk, grateful of the liberality of the the winners and runners-up of
Anne Pafford. United States Sugar Corporation each flight. gigantic floor show is being COOL, CLEAN, QUIET .:

Bennie Shafto Sistrunk-the bro- and the Clewiston Realty and De- The tournament was by far the booked by the committee in charge ,
Overlooking Biscayne Bay
ther, Jimmie 'Holland. velopment Corporation in donat- most successful ever staged in the of the Coronation Ball held as apart

Amos and Andy Meriweather, ing the ,$100 for the prizes. Everglades area, the entry list exceeding of the Mardi Gras at Winter Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
Dicky Owen and June Hooker. anything held heretoforeand Haven on the evening of March 18. Business Section.

,I Charles A. :Lindberg Jehosaphat, HITS OP NEWS OF HEREABOUTS play being much more intense.It J .i
Janice Wynn. r-- is expected, however, that the 29,000 Tamil tos. representing) RATES

Sabula Sappiugton Jehosaphat,! Thomas Hooper of St. Petersburg Everglades Handicap Championshipto 116,000 Individuals receive surplus -
Louise loath and Paul McCaskill of Boston be held shortly at the Clewiston J commodities in Florida thru
$1.50 "
Single '
Bobby .Jones Quackenburg, Con who were, convicted of stealing I Club will set a new record in both 1 he; State Welfare Board.A -.

nie. Clark. : Glen Etherton's automobile I departments $2.50 DoubleSpecial
Ruth Elder Earlington, Kathryn I Ii several weks ago, wore paroled y giant, fifty-foot fountain, having -

i Graham to: their parents. The boys were Jack Lamb, America's No. 1 the world for Its base and topped Family Weekly &

I Jonathan Augustus Scroggins, hitch-hiking through the section Fisherman, was in Avon Park ,this by a large artificial cigar, with I Monthly Rates
Jimmie Hall. ''and drove the car to West Palm week/ showing local anglers how rater playing over a vari-colored

Carrie; Nation Scroggins, Bar-, Beach where they were arrested an expert uses 'a casting rod. He 1 b: ackground, Is being built for La-I S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor '
bara Broadfoot. ;I and returned;' to .Hcnrtry county bas spent his entire life studying ,Verbena del Tobaco. ,fiesta, TampaIlarch I I I 1'

Al Smith Scrogglns, :Roberta. ';tail f !I, ; fishing methods, \" ] 10-15. '
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