The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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KIWANIS=: ENTERTAINS C. E. MINER MADE Patterson Is NamedOn Mobile Hearing Legality

S. F. C. Board


R. V. Patterson, J. F. Scullen

(; PROGRAM THURSDAY'Flee BOARD ASSOCIATIONu and Walter Hooker were named as I '
the supervisors of the South Flor-

ida Conservency District at a meeting Col. Bain ImpressedWith 1 BRIKF GROWERS STATES TESTIMONY: THAT FLORIDA

held Tuesday in the district office NOT
regular meeting of the Kiwanis j. meeting of the state association PLACED IX RECORD
at Belle Glade. The supervisors Waterways'
, !I Club was postponed from of school board members
serve ,for a term of four years.
night until Thursday held in Tampa in connection with
I The supervisors met followingthe In a brief filed with the Department -
of this week in order that a the annual Florida Educational As-
r night
Ii election and named W. M. Jef- Col. J. J. Bain, division engineerfor of Agriculture last week,
I of entertainers who had sociation C. E. Miner
meeting ,
i group Clarence 11.
fries as secretary-treasurer of the the U. S. Engineers, whileon Bitting, president of
been secured for the Ladies' Night Clewiston member of
the Hendry
district and reappointed the p1'esI an inspection trip of inland wat- the United States Sugar Corpo-

({!I j meeting might be able to attend. County board was elected secretary- ent staff erways of Florida during the past ration, declared that examiners who
+( I The meeting was regarded as treasurer of the organization. Other
Mr. Scullen, resident supervisorof week, stated that he' was "pleasedand conducted the Mobile hearing to
of the finest Ladies' Night officers Carl A. Windellof
one new were:
the district, reported that there intrigued" by the great possibilities establish a marketing quota for
!grams ever held here with six pu-I West Palm ,Beach, president, of' the continental
i was a deficiency of 21 inches of navigation in FloridaWf'.cis. cane producing'area
pils from Mrs. Betty Sa and R. P. '
Terry, vice-president. rainfall in the district and told of Col. Bain is serving his refused to receive evidence of vital
Dancing Academy of' Fort Myers An eleenpoint for
program plans made to preserve a high water first year as, division engineer of interest to the Florida sugar pro-
furnishing the greater part of the 'school financing and improvement '
I. table. the South Atlantic States. ducers and thus contested the .legality -
splendid entertainment: and Mrs. was outlined during the
all-day Represented at the meeting in In an interview with a representative of the hearing.
I M. M, Prewitt adding two read- session of the association.
person: and by proxy were' the owners of a Fort Myers paper The Mobile hearing was held for
;: ings whicl were thoroughly enjoyed these the
was proposed earmarkingof of 19,476 acres, of the 31,135 Col. Bain is quoted as saying, "The the purpose of developing a formula -

1 by everyone. race track funds for school pur- acres in' the district. cross-state waterway through Lake for dividing the joint Louisiana-

: Mrs. ,Satchell's'- son and daughter poses in the event the present allocation Okeechobee is bound to be improved. Florida marketing: quota among the

I assisted' in putting on the program is found to be unconstitu- producers in both
Just don't expect it to happen states. Under the

: ; of dancing! which was said to have tional; opposition to all bargain- all at once '. Your waterwayup I provisions of the Sugar Control

\, : been one of the best ..ever seen in counter tax laws ,and urging the EMMETT SHELLEY IS the Caloosahatchee has every- Act, the department fixed the mark-

Clewiston. Mrs. Satchell supervised legislature 'to put teeth into' the thing to offer private yachts and Idon't eting quota foe the entire mainland

the program and Miss Mildred tax collection laws;'' favoring an ad- VICTOR IN TOURNEY believe your present yacht basin area at 429,553 short tons.
ditional $150 for each teacher, unitto
Williams was accompanist. o: is going to be big enough." The I Any determination which may

Mrs. Gatchell's son gave the first be used for any school purpose Colonel also promised 'his best aid be
made by the Secretary of Agriculture -
number, a vocal solo, ,and tap dance. deemed necessary; recommending i
OVER HIS BROTHER to Florida as a member of the 'en- in respect to the allotmentof

, This was followed by a tap dance an installment plan of tax paying gineer's board. Col. Bain made the any quota or proration thereof

I by two nine-year old girls and this and favoring, the teacher's retire- inspection trip aboard the engineer's in respect to sugar or liquid
I by: : a tap dance given by two older ment plan as proposed by the F. E. Emmett Shelley, the slender yacht, the Falcon. based upon the record of the hear-

girls and a boy. A reading by: Mrs. Clewiston golfer whose "near
ing at Mobile, is and will be logical-
j Prewitt was followed by an exhibition A.G. championships" run into an alarm-
I Basketball Season Is ly'and' legally void and of no

1:1: of adagio dancing by two M. Ford Is ing number, shook off the hex that effect, the brief declared,
II couples. A tap dance by the two has consistently followed him in
I Ended This Week The brief contended the examiners -
,' little girls, another reading by Mrs.
I New ScoutmasterThe his golfing wars, to grab the Everglades "definitely refused to
Prewitt, a. toe dance by two girls Handicap golf crown at ,
evidence of the
I any production sta-
and-a baton and tap by Mrs. Satchell's -
Club last .
the Clewiston Sunday.The
The Clewiston High School bas- tistics of the Florida and Everglade

daughter completed the pro- committee on Americanism, former' champion of the "trialhorses" ketball season closed this week with sugar cane producers" and "refusedto
gram. Every number was well received -
I which handles BoyScout activities, took a delicate chippingiron the double-header game against the consider any ,evidence in respectof
but the two smallest tap
reported Tuesday night at the reg- and, a red hot putter in either town team Tuesday night, the first 'the ability" of the Florida pro-

dancers captivated everyone with ular meeting of the Clewiston Am- hand, shinned up the golfing tree game of which the town team won ducers to market quotas larger than

their ability and charm. erican Legion Post that G. M. and knocked. therefrom the big ap-I 26-8 and the second was won by I those allotted the State in 1938.
Rev. Marshall: Mines and Thos.E. .
Ford had agreed to act as scout- ples :of the local divoting fraternityon the school 26-22.
The brief said the Floridians .had
were, taken into the
master of the Clewiston troop. The his march to the title.J. ,I In the first game Logan made -
club as new members at the meet- I sought in vain to place in the
ing. .... entire membership felt that Mr. W. Milligan ((4) of South Bay, 11 points for the town quintet, B. record "irrefutable proof that relatively -

Ford's great interest in boys and Everglades Match Champion, was Palmer 6, :M. Palmer 2, Hudson 7.
the growing of
Those attending were: Mr. and sugar cane
"\ in boys work make's him ideal Ward and Avant failed to score.
an the first to fall before the Clewis-
\, ..:.. Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mr. and Mrs. and the production of sugar for the
one to act in this capacity. It was ton boy's poisonous putter, this For the school Hare made one,
R- MBish: p' Mr. and MrsF. D. purposes of the market was and
0- decided to"have the, scout troop as job being accomplished on Saturday }Waldron 2, Brantley 1, VonMach 2,
: Duff, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet, could be carried on in the Ever-
guests of the Legion at their regular 'with 'a 3 and 1 result. And just Vaughn ,2 and Owen, Winn, and
W. glades than
Mr. and Mrs. A. : Lawrence, Mi\ more 'economically in
meeting in April. to show the boys that he had only Patterson failed to score.In .
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mr. and any other mainland sugar cane
Membership and attendance com- been fooling all these ;years, Em- game B. Palmer areas."
: Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mr. and Mrs.
mittee reported that the post now mett polished off his brother, Tom made 2 for the town, Spikes 4,
I H: R. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. It added that an examination of
i has a total of sixty i/ambers which "Big-Push" Shelley on Sunday over Ward 5, M. Palmer 11 while Bell
Brown, Mr. and Mrs.: J. F. Tippey, the, record of the Mobile hearing
is almost the route, the margin of and Avant failed to score. For the
thirty cent greater 36-hole ,
per I I
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Dr. and "leads one to the conclusion that
than in previous victory being 3 and 2. school Hare made 6, Patterson 2,
.I any year.
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. the examiners determined that no
I Owen 4 7 Vaughn 2,
Brantley ,
"W. W. Perry, Miss Marion Leydig, Plans were made for the annual The Shelley, Shelley and Shelley statements by interested parties
VonMach 3 Winn 2, Waldron and
j I Mrs. H. C. Hill, Rev. and Mrs. Easter egg hunt to b'e conducted affair, (two of the number, being would be heard which did not havea

Marshall Mines, Mr. and Mrs. J. by the Legion and W. C. Owen was Emmett) was a ding dong battle Lang. direct bearing upon the 'formula
Coach Wakefield states that he
.. G_ Niblack, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, appointed as a committee of one from first tee to 34th green. submitted by the representatives of
will of three
'l Miss Mary Moore, E. M. Cornette to make arrangements for this af They rounded the first nine with inaugurate a program the Government or did not consistof
sports the school
minor to complete
I :i and J. D. Bruce. fair. Toni four ly, who increased this elaboration of another formula."
He hopes to organize a swimming -
f year.
Members attending the meetingwere lead by another hole on the 10th. The Secretary of Agriculture has
team a golf team and a ten-
D. R. McNeil Died In : Commander S. A.' Graves and But little brother picked up 3 holeson nis ,team and, hopes that schools of not yet acted upon recommeuda-

I \' Adjutant R. N. Miller of LaBelle, the way to lunch, the 11th, 12th tions for distribution of quotas as
other nearby communities
!' and 15th, to be 2 down at the halfway
t Okeechobee Monday Frank McClenithan of Denaud, L. in this program and that matches made by the examiners.

J. Patras of LaBelle and Dick mark.
'.1" may be scheduled ,a little later.
Hall J. E. Beardsley., O. A. Jones 1 The third nine found Emmett three offer Local Teams EliminatedIn
These, sports more
I I Dj R. McNeil, 71, prominent cit- J. A. McGehee, F. D. Duff, C. E. winning four holes to square mat- Coach, Wakefield believes, after the

izen of Okeechobee and a member Robbins' J. I). Bruce, F. M. Wright, ters on the 26th and was never student leaves school than any of Fort Myers TourneyIn

I ,. of the Everglades ;Drainage District i E: M. Cornette, M. A. Ilanna. G. headed thereafter, putting! "Big the popular school sports.
1 J more
Board died Monday afternoon atI' B. Thomas, W. C. Owen, 0. F. Push" away on the 34th, 3 and 2.

his ,home in Okeechobee following a Schiffli and 'v. Parkinson of I
C. Enimett, who had previously the ,second game of the open-
long illness. He suffered a heart I Clewiston. eliminated J. W. Mosley of Belle Local Teachers AttendF. ing round of the Fort Myers News-

f attack 15 months ago, and never Glade (11)) 1 up, played under a Press' cage tournament held in

completely regained his health. An John Elmore BuysWhidden 5 handicap. Tom, having beaten E. A. Meet In TampaMost Fort Myers last Friday night the
I attack of influenza suffered last Arthur Wells (8) and Charles Fen- Clewiston Terriers met the strong

month was given as the direct StationThe wick (5) labored under a figureof LaBelle team and were defeated
!; of the teachers of
cause of his death. SChools'j
6, the difference proving of no by a score of 40-23 in a game with
i Mr. McNeil In ,Hendry county are
served for several
whatever in the final
consequence, was LaBelle's all the way. The
years as vice president of the Con- meeting! of, the Florida Educational
results.. j I Clewiston gi'rls' team advanced to
I''I,'I solidated Naval Stores and Land filling station' and dance hall Association which convened yesterday -

! ; I Company, was Okeechobee county's built and operated for several years The victory was a soothing balm afternoon in Tampa. Schools the semi-finals on a bye and did

, f first tax assessor, served one term by the late Fred Whidden and since to the 'weary feet of the ex-trial were closed Thursday at noon in not play until Saturday afternoon.
this t Whid- horse, who lo these many years The girls played the top-seeded
in the state legislature and was a death ,operated by Mrs. order that all teachers might have
member of the city council at.the I I den was sold last ',,Thursday to John has trod mile upon mile of Ev- the opportunity/: attending this Alva team in the semi-finals and
Clewiston who erglades golfing forests in search while they furnished stiff oppositionwere
; time of his death. Elmore of assumed meeting which is considered of major -
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", 'All members of the EvergladesDrainage ,j I management at once. The businessIs (Continued on page S) !i importance.: The 'meeting, lasts unable to stop the fast Alva
sextet. The fcoro was 2613.,
located ten miles west of Clewis
: District board through Saturday.

II the funeral which was held attended at the,' ton on the cross-slate highway at Engineers Find Lost Clewiston' : teachers:: attending and Meeting LaBelle/ in girls the and finals Boca, were Grande Alva

Methodist churcl! in Okeechobee at the junction with road 67 leading are Prof.. B. E. Herring, Mrs. G.
and 'Alva boys. nosed
I 10:00Vednesday morning. Interment north through Moore Haven. Model AirplaneMuch B. :Thomas, Mrs. Beatrice Anthony,
Alva 12-8, for the tourney cup and
I i was in the Fort Pierce cemetery Mr. Elmore stated 'that he will Miss Mae Whittcn, Mrs; J. E. Baker Boca Grande defeated Alva easilyby

I 1 1'i do some remodelling and redecorating :Miss Evelyn Burhans, Miss Car-
of 45-21.
'i His wife, Mrs. Carrie McNeil and I on the interior of the placeas interest was shown here ol Harris, Miss Inez Lammons, Miss a score

f a' brother, Circuit Judge A. D. Mc soon as possible and also plansto last week in the loss of a model Livonia Congden, Miss Alice Sle'inhoRz. -

>; t : Neil are among the surviving rela install a quick-lunch counter in plane near Lake Hicpochee by two ., Mjss Evelyn Bell Is New

[. ; tives. connection with the bar. draughtsmen from the office of

The dance hx11' will...u lio open _*>tall the- U. S. Engineers' in Clewistonand :SIRS. JOAN ELMORE HOLDS Third Grade TeacherMiss

MISS L.AMMOXS: MISS BURHANS times and the only cost to the, same ones will be, just as I HIGH SCORE AT BKIDGfiMrs.

JOINT HOSTESSES AT BRIDGE users is the automatic piano which interested to learn that the plane

furnishes the music. Mr.. Elmore was found'on Sunday near ,the John Elmore won a box of Evelyn Bell of Arcadia ar-

Miss Inez Lammons and :Miss has not yet decided upon ,a name shores of the lake. stationery as high score' prize' at rived here this week to act as

Evelyn Burhans were joint host- for the place. ,The two young men drafted the the weekly bridge club which met third grade teacher to replace' Mrs.

esses to two tables of bridge Wed- Mrs. Wihidden has moved to her services of a group of' Boy Scouts on Wednesday with Mis. L.I I A. Kathleen Wakefield who resignedlast

nesday evening High score prize farm a mile south of the station and after charting a compass course Wells as hostess. Mrs. V. C. Wood- week to take a training cou'1'seat

was won by :Miss Ruth :Marshall, and will make her home there, which they were certain, the model ward held low and: received a tea- Southern College during the remainder -

I and low by Mrs. Carl Johnson. at least for the present. plane had followed they spreadout pot. of the term.

The hostesses served a salad and walked directly to it. The The hostess served' chicken salad Miss Bell came to Clewiston excellently -

course at the conclusion of playto I Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodwardand only damage was to one wing and tea to Mrs. A. C.' Carlton, Mrs.F. iccommended. She hag

Miss Ruth Marshall, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Wells which 'had been partially torn off. F. Dun once, Mrs. John Elmore, had six years of teaching experience '

Marshall, :Miss Billie Johnson, Mrs. spent Sunday in Miami: Mrs. G. Preparations are now being madeto Mrs. It. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs,, Ed three of which have been with

G' Carl Johnson, Miss Ruth Knight, E. Etherton who' accompanied them fit the plane with pontoons so Hayes:: Mrs" J. G. Niblack:, Mrs P.. third grade work. She holds an

J Miss Mary Markette and Miss Carol. remained for a visit with her that. it can be flown on the lake C. Nowlin ;and Mrs. V. C, 'VO d.1 L. I, degree :with a life graduate

1 Harris;;-: i ,. -, ,,' ?' : mother, ,.Mrs,: F, 10 K,.. Maxwell., and\ found" more, .easily. ", .. ..- ward. ,' > \ : ",> .' .. ,,,' -. ptate. certificate. ,

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Economic Crisis in Germany

iy S: Forces Now or Never' Choice SUNDAY Lesson H mues

Nof by CompulsionThe Dean of the Moody Bible Institute -
By Joseph W. La Bine ot Chicago.
best "improving" of moral n Western Newspaper UnIon. His Dish y

character is. by advice and ex Jane-George says I look good
must strike now-while her might is
ample. EDITOR'S NOTE-When, opinions are still Lesson for March '19 enough to eat.
How to make the best of life: expressed in these columns, they are thoseof supreme-or suffer eventual Jean-He always did like plains
and necessarily diplomatic defeat. Moreover this
the news analyst not fare.
Dodge some of the drudgery. of the newspaper. economic supremacy of world democracies Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by InternationalCouncil texts selected -

Hardly an Instance of It will have the same effecton permission of Religious Educationhy All work and no play makes

Does any man become a mil- GermanyIn dictatorial Italy and Japan. Jack a dull boy to everybody except

lionaire by his own efforts who PETER EXHORTS TO CHRISTIAN his boss. '
1939 economic poverty can
wasted in his youth? CongressMost LIVING
throttle the most warlike nation, be- 1
Safe'y is the dividend paid by cause modern conflict needs man- Americans do not realize No Come Down
caution. that the bulk of New Deal reform LESSON I'EX'l"-J Peter 3818.
air- Mr. Smith-My wife
far less than gunpowder, came froma
power GOLDEN TEXT-But as he which bath
When a dog growls over his food planes and battleships. Moreover, measures have been adopted in one called you Is holy so be ye holy In all manner very large family. Did yours?
he likes it, but with a man it is foreign trade has become a vital form or another. But practically of conversation. Peter 1:15 Mr. Brown-No, she brought it
different. everyone realizes the cost of 're
of diplomacy. When Adolf with her.
weapon Christians "the
are not only
form has been tremendous that the
Hitler first reached power he could called of Jesus Christ," but are also

Redwood Stump a ShrineOn import and use the raw materialsof public 000,000,debt that"now the stands at has$40,000- "called saints" (Rom. 1:6, 7). Peter HUNTER HUNTED"Is
treasury a current -
the Redwood highway in war by capitalizing on his in- deficit of had the same thing in mind when
$2,200,000,000. With reform -
Santa Rosa, signs invite the public heritance from democratic govern- achieved, President Rooseveltis I I he (in v. 9 of our lesson) says that

to attend church services at ment. Commodities, a huge reserveof willing to conservatives I we "are thereunto called." Let us
join in
the Tree" from unused capital, equipment and remember that when ,
"The Stump of two mutually desired ambitions, bal- we are tempted ll
build the
which the First Baptist churchwas unemployed helped machine. ancing the budget and helping busi- to say that we "do not profess to
Third Reich's' military "
built. he saints. "Dr. James Denneyonce
ness get back its feet.
for on t
Expecting to find a freakish edifice Other millions costly pub- Chief arguments the remarked how odd it would
lic works to impress the world withGermany's concern
we drove instead to a digni- Meanwhile method. New Dealers, whose pro look to see in the New Testamentthe

fied house of worship with a well- prowess.cut the Reich's for- gram is voiced by Secretary of Com-i statement, 'I don't pretend to
proportioned spire. The church heavy imports merce Harry Hopkins would I be a saint.' It would be tantamountto
to 800- remove -
eign exchange a reported
seats 300 persons. marks by January 1 this oppressive taxes and hope I saying, 'I do not take the call
The builder had a sense of I that the resultant boom would swell of God very seriously and I do not

drama, for it was not until the federal coffers, balancing the budget profess to live up to it.' When God that dog good to hunt?"

dedication services, one Sunday in without eliminating "necessary" calls, our answer is not a matterof "Is he? I have to hunt for hima

1873, that he announced to the con- activities. Most businessmen and indifference and not a mat- dozen times a day!"

gregation that their commodious many congressmen would take an ter of presumption. 'It is not a

church was built entirely from a troll'.t, ., r, Mg additional step-economy. life for which we volunteer, or on Sounds Probable
single redwood. After it was com- Total 1939-40 which we adventure of,,our own mo-
budget estimates are Magistrate You are charged
pleted there was enough lumber : I tion, or which we have to carry with assault
$8,995,000,000, creating a new $3,326- and battery by knock-
left over to erect a five-room house deficit through our own resources; it is a this
000,000 and zooming the pub- ing man down at a street
near by.-J. R. Hildebrand in the lic debt smack against its legal life for which we have a divine crossing. .

National Geographic Magazine. debt limit of $45OOOOOOOOO-unless summons, and" that summons is our Motorist-Not guilty, your Honor -

congress'raises the limit. Far from justification' (Arnold's Commen- absolutely. He started across

willing to raise it, or even to approve tary). All believers are called to in front of me, 'I stopped to let
Relieve head cold live a consistent, powerful, useful
the new budget, congressional him go ahead, and it was such a
discomfort ,quickly. Christian life God makes sucha
have found shock
Watery Republicans strong sup- he fainted
Simply put 2 drops- ...ys..a .,,'.uA,. port in rebellious Democrats. Their life possible.I. .
Penetro Nose Drops Living for Christ (vv. 8-12).
spokesman is
Mississippi's Sen. Pat
Head in each nostril 1
To live for Christ must be
Harrison, who came out for a flat one
Ephedrine and other / .
essential ingredi- ,. y! 10 per cent budget cut and a warn- born again into the position of a DOTHIS

Colds ents in the"balanced ing: "The, country's credit is good true believer. Peter was not so

formula" promptly qr il and I don't think we have reachedthe foolish as to urge that his readerstry .

soothe, shrink irri- debt danger point, but the stop- to live a Christian life without

tated membranes of look-and-listen sign is up A lot first being born into the family of TO RELIEVE PAIN AND
g nose and throat, reduce God. He therefore lays a founda-
of this emergency stuff could be cut,
stuffy conges- DISCOMFORT OF A COLD
tion, bring relief and I'm in favor of cutting." tion for his exhortations by discuss-
in the of his
with breath. ing early chapters
every Senator Harrison has already
DR. HJALl\lAR'SCHACHT epistle the atonement of Christ and Follow Simple Method Below
NOSE found support in two studies:
PENETRO the position of the believer. Takes Few Minutes When
DROPS His job, now or never. only a
Brookings. the
Surveying new gov- .1. Among brethren (v. 8). Know-
year, while Germany's moral stock ernmental reorganization bill (to ing what Christ has done for us, it Bayer Aspirin is Used

fell on the world market thanks to consolidate and abolish executive might well be assumed that all of
Thoughtless Words Jewish persecution and the Czech agencies for the sake of economyand cii
us who are His followers would love 1. To ease pain and
Words without thought never to crisis. Barter trade (swapping) wasa efficiency), Washington's thor- one another and do nothing but that discomfortandreduce 4

heaven go.-Shakespeare. desperate and unpopular recourseto ough-searching'Brookings institution which would promote Christian fel r t fever take 2 Bayer t

combat the more orthodox type of claimed it was ill-conceived, that no lowship. But human nature pre- Tablets-drink a
agreement like America's reciprocal economies would result. Of 132
vails even in the Church, and some- glass of water.
NERVOUS ? program. agencies listed for reorganization, times displays its worst side there. '-. Repeat In 2

Among typical German signs-of- only 54 require legislative authority, Hence we need to consider this instruction hours.
the-times and no legislation is necessary un-
: of Peter that we cultivate
Do you feel so nervous you want to scream? less congress wants to "give the
Are you cross and irritable Do you scold (1) Twenty-nine per cent of the unity, sympathy, and love among
those dearest to you? national income goes to the state President authority to make laws the brethren.
If your nerves are on edge and feel by executive order." Suggestions
need you via taxes; 10 per cent more reach, : 2. With unbelievers (vv. 9-11).
you a good general system tonic, try 2.If throat Is raw from
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable the Reich's coffers via social insur- (1) Prune all present activities "rig- .
made especially for vomen. Compound, God has called us to live peaceablywith cold, crush and dls \1 :

For over 60 years one woman has told an- ance and enforced donations. Of the all men. We will not cure solve 3 Bayer Tab- {

other Pinkham's how to Compound.go"smiling It thru"helps with nature'reliable build basic 29 per cent, 25 goes for re evil by returning for it more evil lets In Yz glass of ,

up more physical resistance and thus helps armament. If our ungodly neighbors or fellow water...garglo. ,
calm quivering nerves and lessen discomforts (2) Total tax revenue for this workers mistreat us by word or
from annoying symptoms which often accompany 4k .. / e
female functional disorders. fiscal year (excluding Austria and : deed, we are not to retaliate in 1

Why not give it a chance to help YOU Sudetenland) will be $8,880,000,000; kind. We are to control our tongues

reporting Over one wonderful million benefits women from have Pinkham'i written in miscellaneous income, $80,000,000; -how much we need to learn that Starts to Ease Pain and Discomfortand

Compound. income via long and short term bor- II lesson. We are not to be tricky Sore ,Throat AccompanyingColds

rowing, $4,800,000,000; the rough total I I and deceitful, not to look for a fight, Almost InstantlyThe

income, $14,000,000,000. Today's :a, s{il but to seek peace.
public debt stands at between 21 simple way pictured above
3. For our own good (v. 12). What
and 24 billions far in often brings amazingly fast' relief
pro- blessed find here for
assurance we from discomfort and throat
wc:4'r : sore
portion than the bemoaned U. S.
the believer. The eyes of the Lord accompanying colds.

.;. public debt. are upon both the good and the Try it. Then-see your doctor. -
(3) Minus cash, the Reich has paid ;Ah evil in the world. He knows. Con- He probably will tell you to con-

armament makers $400,000,000 in I. sider also the promise of "bless- tinue 'with the Bayer Aspirin be-

r O. U.'s since November 1. Bearingno .. ing" in verse 9, of seeing "good cause it acts so fast to relieve dis- ,
Cg KCKS interest a comforts of cold. And to reduce
; .half of them have gone days" in verse 10, the' assurance of a
back to banks as collateral for loans. fever.
in verse 11. It is not only
This backed by
Result: A completely artificial simple way,
honoring to God, but good for us scientific authority, has largely
Any -for friers credit structure which could'collapse .
or high egg bred- to live as Christians. supplanted the use of strong medi-

6c .up. Ga. U. S. approved, pulloruin overnight. U. Suffering for Christ (vv. 13-18). cines in easing cold symptoms. .
tested. 100,000 weekly. Reds, Rocks Chief worrier about this impossible Perhaps the easiest, most effective
Orpingtons, Hampshires, Giants. Leg-' situation has been Dr. Rudolf Peter was writing to those who way yet'discovered. But make sure
horns, MInorcas. AA, AAA, A bitter be-
Super Brinkman SENATOR HARRISONTime were bearing persecution you get genuine
successor as Reichsbank
grades.Light and heavy assorted. Write to stap-look-and-listen!? cause they followed Christ. Per- BAYER Aspirin.
president to Dr.
for details on livablUty guarantee that Hjalmar Schacht.On ,
protects >ou. We have the breeding, the job 'a few weeks, Dr. Brink- haps some were tempted to say
equipment and experience to produce man worried himself into a nervous orously; (2) develop a "more consistent" then as they do now, "If there reallyis r e

champion chicks. Oldest hatchery la breakdown. Meanwhile program. a God, if Christianity amounts to C
Georgia and first In state to bloodtest. develop- 10 FOR 12 TAB LETS
Write today. ments reveal that Dr. Schacht was National Economy League. Rea- anything at all, certainly believers

not kicked out of the Reichsbankinto son for this survey was that "before would not be permitted to suffer at 2 FULL DOZEN 25o

BLUE RIBBON HATCHERY disfavor, but to tackle the job lasting recovery and increased em- the hands" of enemies of Christ.

Adolf Hitler had in mind when he ployment can be a reality, all ,Let us be clear that being a Chris- Peace From Within }

215 Forsyth St. SW., Atlanta, Ga.relieves. told the Reichstag January 30 that doubts about national credit must be tian in no way exempts us from "Nothing can bring you peace

Germany "must export or die." A removed. The plan: Reduce nextyear's the common experiences of humanity but yourself.-Emerson.

financial wizard who has more deficit from .$3,000,000,000 to nor does it assure us that we

friends abroad than any other in- $500,000,000. Comparative budgets will not have to bear persecution.

SALVECOLDS fluential Nazi, Dr. Schacht is now in (000,000 omitted): 1. Not afraid (vv. 13, 14). The UIST UN
martyr spirit has not died out in the
charge of a campaign to revive for- President' Learue Say-
Expenditure Budget "Budget earth, and there are those in our
eign trade by (1) seeking lag
GGG to new markets .. ......$2,040 $1,400 $640 day who stand unafraid before dic- Q You never seem to have
provide additional
foreign Public works ... 1,131 700 431
exchange, and (2)) thawing out frozen Social'security 928 928.... tators and rulers who would destroy a cold, EtheL .
debits and AAA ........... 694 500 194 them because of their loyalty to
credits created under Defense .......1,320 1,320 .... "
LIQUID-TABLETS price the Nazi system. Interest .......1,050 1,025 25 Christ. "Be not afraid.
t. DROPS SE lOc & 25c The Veterans ....... 539 539.... 2. Not discouraged (vv. 15-17).
significance of this
situation All other ........1,293 875 418
is that France and The one who God'j Wosd
Britain, now /1NSWER
weaker than Germany in Total ........$8,995 $7,287 $1,708 (and every Christian ought to know ,
7 military
11-39 might, will eventually be stronger Net Receipts deficit ..... 5,669 3,326 6,142 1.145 .... it) can give answer (v. 15) concerning '

by virtue of superior financial re- Assumes business Improvement from. his faith. Note that if we are alkaline factor,you know

-tCLASSIFIEDADVERTISING(- serves. Without batting an eyelash, pared budget. punished for' our" own 'wrongdoing

London is we may well be depressed, but if LUBBN'S
spending more than So potent are economy's new S
$3,000,000,000 for defense we meet persecution with a clear
next year friends that the administration may
and can continue at this pace for well find its cautious businesswooing conscience (v. 16) we need feel no MENTHOL COUGH DROPSADVERTISING

several years to come.' Germanymust program a boomerang. Wading discouragement.
Have you anything around get foreign exchange immedi- half way across the pond of concilia- 3. Not alone (v. 18). The path
the house you would liketo ately or may be dark and difficult, but one
trade sell? stop rearming, and Britainis tion when opinion favored a com-
or Try ctas-
Classified sHied ad.The cost is a only now waging an aggressive and plete passage, Mr. Roosevelt has thing we know, our Leader, Christ,

ADS a few cents and there areget ; successful campaign to block the been left behind and confronted with walked an even darker and more is as essential to business as .

probablyalotoffolks look- : Reich's trade expansion plans. charges of insincerity because Har- desolate road. He it is who is now 61 is rain to growing crops. It Is the .,/

ing for just whatever it is One very important reason why ry Hopkins-the man who startedhis with us, yes, in us. Remember that keystone in the arch of successful

Results you no longer have use for. observers predict a European show- program-would need business' "Christ also bath once Differed" merchandising. Let us show you

down this spring is that the Reich support to win the 1940 nomination. (v. 18) and p oa your way in vic- how to apply it to your business.Uncle .




w //I !

'70; Britain's Chamberlain .. DIZZY:DRAMAS-Now. Playing-"OLD CHOP" T By Joe Bowers


I ?

Whether the public

likes it or not, Britain's

Prime minister Neville

Chamberlain has tried

desperately to maintain

world peace via the conference

table method.On y A: /NOW t '
March 18 he will end HThi \ You SHEEPISH \ )\

his seventieth-and most MUTTON CHOP
eventful year. Right:
f Mr. Chamberlain startled ,

the world September 14 ;
by paying a precedent. e Is

shattering call on Hitler '<

at Berchtesgaden. Photo j

shows him leaving London I

flying for the first !

on time.meeting September Below, at: The Godesberq.22.second 'I II J Parade Picture WHAT to EAT ad'WHY! I


?..y SwF : GiF rn ?y da'w. P' stead of recognizing the true cause
1 C. Houston Goudiss Reveals Several Reasons
Why of the trouble, many people erro-
neously blame the food itself!
s 3' Food Sometimes Disagrees; Warns Against Medical men have frequently

Eating When Tired or WorriedBy noticed that people often develop
gastric disturbances when they
/ r
suffer financial reverses,and con-
A GREAT many people have the, unfortunate habit of tinue to, suffer from them until

warning friends and acquaintances against this or that their financial 'condition improvesa ,

food, on the ground that it is "difficult to digest," or '"is striking demonstration of the
importance" banishing fear and
almost sure to cause digestive distress, especially if. eaten at worry!

the wrong time of day or in combination with the wrong

foods." Indeed, to, hear some men and women' recount the Never Eat When Tired

various dishes that are best<$) Almost any food may cause dis

left alone, is to wonder how ing to the conclusion that you tress when one' is suffering from

.. they manage to find anythingto can't eat this or that, and shows fatigue. So it is unwise to sit down
":.TMrd9.! 'yyM''-'':'3w':'' 'rY:Y+xx'oh* '<:'!'
;. :' ; :. eat at all, in view of the that one is scarcely justified in to a large meal when exhausted
? i s warning friends or relatives to from too much physical or mental
J'il:1 many good foods they con- work. A brief rest before
t avoid certain articles of diet.., eating
: sider taboo! will the in
put body much better
is of
There a large amount evi-
:.w .t/>.,..... t Certainly there is no objection to dence that fear, anger or anxiety shape to receive and assimilatethe
". .
., the of conversation.It food.
... : food as topic have the effect of diminishing the
is basic to Then if the meal is served in
.ePrT' ,t&4trk so ,
Iii ft Y.a.n: r' I gastric secretions, and further, of
4t good health that it arresting or slowing down the pleasant surroundings, and if the
r I ';;4 : 6r1rd should be upper- movement of the intestines.If food is flavorful and ,well cooked,
{ > .
: V.L ', tbey. SN most in the mindof the chances are-that it will be digested
/ ',.,,' r food is eaten under these conditions .
every individualwho satisfactorily by all normal
t. : Y; it may remain stagnantin
desires to pro- individuals.Be .
iGh the alimentary canal, with the
rr I :: ati1.1 Pch : ,* ryt'a' ''zut mote physical and formation of and
; ( mental efficiency.And gases Tranquil at MealtimesIn
But in-
decomposition products.
:'{ it is also nat- view of the fact that tran
A. :attlps ural for a person to quillity of mind is essential to,the

be guided by past proper" utilization of food, home-
.td ,'; 4 We, ; e t ta4'rra r experience in determining Filet Crochet Design makers should remember never

1 what he to discuss unpleasant subjects at
: 1ff For Chair Scarf
Then came Munich. QUr; t ioa, r e.aui should eat, and or : meal times. Don't nag the children -

On September 30 Mr. f't. 7Tyufc.. ** frg :'fY">%<; what it may be advisable for himto about eating, or choose that
Chamberlain returned y. rx a/ns lo' e avoid. time to discuss'their lapses frpm
home to read this But it is a grave mistake for discipline. Don't talk about

document at Heston Xj ?fe one person to warn another finances or take up real or fancied
airdrome, London. He .f < '* /5 against any food or combinationof grievances with your husband. Let
&- cSS H"fj %
: foods on the ground that it will such matters wait until the meal
had also signed a pact
cause digestive distress. For the has been digested.If .
with Germany, Italy
truth of the matter is that under these suggestions were more
and France. """ N. Ji"t' "' *j conditions, normal, followed it is almost
--iK* 6 i : z* proper a generally ,
should have difficulty w.1 r. certain that would hear ntnch
healthy no
T93' r YywNnyN+NaNA?s m 'yM.; person S .Y ti we
in digesting almost any less conversation about foods that

food that has a place in the well- cause distress, much more whole-
balanced diet. some talk about the pleasures of

... the table.
But the policy of "appeasement" : 1939 54.
-WNU-C. Houston Goudiss- -:
Food Dislikes Often Unfounded
it a /.4 bore suspicious -
I once met a woman who told
fruit. Following -
I Munich Germany and me that her contented-looking hus- sa Grow Full Rows
band could; and did, eat most ev- ..r"
i! Italy appeared planning erything 'cept horseshoes. Menu 4 +;Z

?! new demands against planning was simple for her! And Instead of stragglers
I' France and Britain. how different from the problemsof

I Preparing for a declara- the home-maker who must try .l1L.j. i.

[ tion of democratic to reconcile her menus, both with e-.it_ikal .

solidarity Mr. Chamberlain the food dislikes of various mem- L -
and Lord Halifax, bers of the family, and with the i3}, -il '
F foods that they declare they can't ::
his foreign minister, visited '
FP eat, for fear of digestive distress.It /
Paris November
on is true, of course, that indi- i
24. Below On :: '
rr l : January viduals differ greatly, and occa-
i. 10 he again stopped in sionally a food that can and shouldbe
Pattern No. 1830 PLANT FERRY'S,7jiJ
Paris Rome.
en route to eaten regularly by most peo-

: Photo, left to right, ple, will cause distress in an in- This graceful bowl of filet crochet :

W; c1i4t I shows French Foreign dividual case. But that is no in- roses is set off by the K !
/ ; I. Minister Georges Bonnet, dication that the food will have stitch. The design is lovely as a

Mr. Chamberlain, Pre- the same effect on another per- chair set, scarf ends, or buffet set.
mier Edouard Daladier son, and it is misleading either to Pattern 1830 contains directionsand Be sure about your garden seeds! It's

.... $. proffer or accept advice of this nature charts for making this set; easy to buy seeds in their prime-ca-
...r. .6/MH .: r ., .-ww..H, { and Viscount Halifax.
from friends.It illustrations of it and of stitches; pable of producing first-class yields.
may be that the victim has materials required. Ferry's Seeds must pass rigid tests for

an allergy to the food in questionthat Send 15 cents in coins for this germination and vitality each year.. Only

he reacts to it differentlythan pattern to The Sewing Circle, Nee- seeds in their prime are packaged, and

the majority of people. But dlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Avenue, each packet is DATED.
there is also the possibility that New York, N. Y. Grow a better garden this year by
'AE'd the prejudice exists because of Please write your name ad- planting Ferry's Dated Seeds. Select
I some previous distress, caused, dress and pattern number.plainly. them from the convenient Ferry's Seeds
not by the food itself, but by the t display at-your dealer's. Exciting novelties

circumstances under which it was to make your garden different, and

eaten. popular flower and vegetable favorites.
Perhaps a clearer understanding Look for this date mark on each packet:
of some of the mental and To Check Constipation "PACKED FOR SEASON 1939."

-physiological factors influencing !IIf
digestion would dispel many of 'Get at ,Its Cause FERRY'S

the bugaboos that cause people to has down so FERRlf-MORSESEEDCO.
constipation you Seed Growers Detroit
/i fi avoid various, wholesome foods feel heavy, tired and dopey K .
........AM........ you about and San Fr.n.c6co.
"""" -: ? and food combinations, and to. it's time you did something Use Ferry'.
It.And something more than Just
warn others against them. Garden SpraroDomlcd : -
Next day, January 11, taking a physic! You should get non-poi.
at the cause of the trouble.If .... BODOUBDOJ1.ltanb1lfERRY'S -
Mr. Chamberlain ar f' 4 /
ay Emotions Influence Digestion you cat the super-refined
rived in Rome to visit i Scientists have established that food most people eat the chancesare
_' ws the difficulty Is simple-you
/Mussolini. The trip was the stomach is capable of reactingto don't get enough "bulk." And
heralded as another "a p almost every' emotion and sen- "bulk" doesn't mean heavy food.

peasement"mission from sation that is experienced by men It's sumed a kind in the of food body that, but isn't leaves con-a f

which a new totalitarian and women. Thus, how you eat soft"bulky mass in the Intestines. SEEDS
victory could be expect. becomes quite as important as If this common form of constipation -
trouble, eatKellogg's
Is your
ed, but nothing hap. what you eat. And any food or All-Bran for breakfast
pened. Mr./ Chamberlain C Yt '/' combination of foods consumed every day and drink plenty of -Only
lr.. when you' are tiredworried or water. All-Bran Isn't a medicineIt's
may have gained nothing, toasted, nutritious -
t cause acute MERCHANDISEan
but angry may It will help you GOOD
ji) he tried to break cereal.And
down .whereas the same foods when'eat- ., not only to ffft regular but.. tQ keen
the growing bar. en at another time, may b'e''di- regular, day after day. Made by CONSISTENTLY Advertised
riers between the peoples gested without the slightest dis- Kellogg's In Battle Creek. Sold Be

of Europe. turbance. by every grocer. 9 BUY ADVERTISED GOODS OAt

This indicates the folly of:jump L'



The Clewiston News its productive ability: until I saw "The Friendly Church" a fine worker with the young peo- Dated this 10 day of Match, A. D. -
I with my own eyes the never endin'gstream I Marshall Mines, Pastor. ple. All you folks that are between
of vehicles that swarmedinto
17 and 24 years old are cordially Clerk Circuit Court.
Published every Friday In Clewiston, this one great market. Services every Sunday: Hendry County, Florida.
invited, urged, to come to Sun-
yes March 10, 17, 24.
Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS, Sunday School, 9:45 B.
Inc. Florida may well be proud of a. m. day school this Sunday morning,
her achievements in tho provisionof E. Herring. Supt. and meet this new teacher. The intermediate -
this and numerous other splen- ages are .from 13 to 16
did markets throughout the 'agri-Sermon and they likewise are invited to I SPECIAL OK LOCAL LEGISLATION
cultural areas and these should I join Mr. Davis in his fine class. i

Entered as second class mall matter stand as permanent monuments to Woodward, Director., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat
J, 1927, at the Post Office In
those federal, slate and city offi- Evening Preaching 8:00 p. m., the session of the Legislature of
Clewiston, Florida under tho Act or
Sermon by the Pastor. [ Florida to convene in April, 1939
March 3, 1597.Subscription cials whose courage, vision, faith NOTICES application will be made for the
and ceaseless effort have made Midweek Service every Thursday LEGAL passage of special or local legislation -
them realities. evening at 8:00 p. m. I ; the substance of which will be?
Ilntc $:; .00 Per Ycnr. I follows
I as :
The public is cordially invited to ___
Such magnificent civic improvements AN ACT RELATING TO THte
Advertising Itntea On Application. I I attend all our scrvcies.I NOTICE OF SALE: 01;' TAXCERTIFICATES CITY CLEWISTON, IN HEND'
do not come to a community I
without effort and usually re- I RATIFYING VALIDATING AND
Devoted to the advancement and welfare The topic of the Sunday morning I t
flect the tireless and too. often Notice is hereby given that I G. CONFIRUNGLL ACTS AND
of Clewiston and Hendry County. message "Meeting Temptations'Vith I Shuman has filed with me written reQuest PROCEEDINGS TAKEN IN THE
thankless work of far-seeing, determined II
Christ". that the tax certificates together CREATION.
civic leaders and public with all subsequent. omitted or GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONINGOF
I Series of Easter Sermons levied taxes held by the State be ad- SAID CITY, AND THE CORPORATE -

.'..........._.........::...........N. ..N.Ni1NNN. .H.NMNNN. .N..iN. .: who- despite and derision criticism hold, discouragement doggedlyto I In keeping with the Easter sea- vertised der for and cash sold as provided to the highest by House bid- AND ALL EXISTENCE TAX LEVIES THEREOF. ASSESSMENTS --

their purpose until tho task is son. the pastor has prepared a Bill 39C of the 1937 Acts of the Leg- AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS -
I islature, the following described AND ALL TAX
I accomplished.: series of sermons on "Christ Our of CERTIFICATES HERETO-
Too Late To real estate in the County Hendry SALE
ClassifyBy I King". The series will begin on State 'of Florida to-wit: FORE MADE OR ISSUED BY
dream of
Plant City's long a I Palm All Section 34, Township 44 S., SAID CITY; AND REPEALINGALL
Sunday, 2nd and will
super-market might still be unreal- I April Range 33 E. LAWS OR PARTS OF LAWSIN
'usselt Kay ized but for the fact that amongher last through April 16th. Watch next Said Tax Certificates together with CONFICT WITH THE PRO-
week's for all subsequent omitted or levied taxes VISIONS OF THIS ACT.
a complete list
citizens were a small, group of paper will be sold to the highest bidder at DATED this 7th day of March. 1039.
officials who, in the of subjects and dates. Plan to hear the Court House door In LaBelle ELBERT L STEWART,
.. .... courageous city
::.N Nti MN : :NN NMN NNH HMN"N"NNNNN of these County of Hendry, State of Florida Representative _
everyone messages. They
face of bitter opposition, used pub on the 23; day of March 1939 at Hendry County. rMarch
lie funds to purchase the alto on I are not theological nor doctrinal 11:00 A. M. 10. 17, 21, 31,' April 7.
While we all have a lot of fun but and'wIll
market stands. '/ practical religion be
which this great now, -----------------------
razzln' the WPA, the fact remains of interest to everyone in the en- :
Several of these men have passed -
that in spite of the belief that WPA tire community. I
on, but their work was not in 'I .
workers arc alleged to spend nine- vain, for behind them came others, ,

tenths of their time leaning on equally as courageous and determ- I, The Palm Lake Association of ""\.\4 OM
B. Y. P. TJ.'s will meet with the -
ined, who carried on ceaselessly (
shovels, they somehow manage to oiR
striving toward the goal. Clewiston church on Tuesday even- R o
complete a lot of worthwhile pro- The task of' selling such an am- ing, March 21, at 7:45', p. m. Representatives -

jects. And an outstanding exampleis bitious plan to federal ,and state will be present from IIIII'' i if5Y

the new state farmers' marketat officials was no easy one. It took I every Baptist church .around the

Plant ,City. years of eaiues-t effort. When plans lake and a crowd of more than two \
hundred is expected. The public is
Last week, during the Florida were laid before government officials ]
I attend'this
and engineers they screamed cordially invited to serv-
Strawberry Festival, this marvelous
I "Ridiculous". State officials, sym- ice. A splendid program has been
market was officially dedicated and arranged.
pathetic, still saw "no chance" for
along with many other Tampans I such, a project. But these men Meetings Changed

journeyed to the Strawberry Cityto wouldn't take NO for an answer. Beginning this Sunday, eveningand Pa6deo into oblivionWith

participate in the event. They hounded congressmen and continuing throughout sum

Having attended similar exercisesin senators, camped on the doorstepsof mer months, all evening servicesin

other sections of the state, I slate officials, and were, sU'sin- our church will begin at eight Our Direct-Reduction Home S
cere and so insistent that ill time o'clock instead of seven-thirty. This
expected to find "just another
Loan Plan each monthly
market." But I want to tell you they turned the tide. I, will include the Sunday evening IN1EFEST payment

this Plant City affair has all, the /' Impressed, officials became inter- preaching hour, the midweek serv- r i cancels a portion of the loan. Thatpart

other markets, iir or out of the ested. Wheels began to turn. Co- I ice and the choir practice. It is ttl is no interest:
state, lookin' like toy play-pretties operation replaced opposition; the rare that these services last more ,All N E' goneyou pay

alongside of it., federal government lent its help; I I than an hour. Mp1 T j on itand: you are that: much near- '.

Nathan Mayo modestly refers to the state gave splendid aid; the II The midweek service will be conducted er debt-free home ownership. Ask

it as the largest in the south. Billy road department joined; the railroads I on Thursday evening in- enAlen
Nome and shall receive further good
Wilson, director of state markets, did their part-to the end stead of Wednesday; It is hoped you

goes a bit further and claims it is ,that Plant City, the world's strawberry ''I that ,this vill allow more of our news about: our home loan plan.

the largest in the country. Plant center, became also the homeof people to attend this important

City folks insist it is the largestin the world's greatest farmers' ''I I service of the church.

the world. But my personal impression market. Xew S. S. Teachers

is that the darn thing is I ,Beginning this week Herman
the Davis will teach the Intermediate Clewiston Federal Savingsand '" II'I
biggest in the whole I
universe even if that ,docs take blamed in gl jm!!liIIII!(!lr&!!!,IJ'9!ill' 1Ilil!li!illGIiQII;! IIiliiliililhil rn!! !! !l OOImJ! ll Class and Mrs.::! G. 13. Wenzloff will '

a lot of territory.I WITH THE : teach the Young Peoples Class.
drove by it in the morning before Mrs. Wenzloff is a newcomer to our Loan Association
the activities : teaching staff and promises to be "
day's had start- i I
Churches ;: 1I
ed and viewing the four gigantic 1I I'i''i''i.
I ---
sheds, the several buildings and extensive lt ,
paved roads, drives ':':MNN:-:'':'':'':'';'':*** **. :....:.
%%% :
parking facilities, I figured it provided and- I flmlli:JI :ilmllllm1i11 i limjmllimmmiij I milll:mlijiililmljIIIDe.! I :N N:NN:..;..;N:,,;N:,,;,,J*,,:".4"': ,"' ..:*\-<*'.t-------%wJ"J"J"J"JwJ J':''J'*J*.J4j..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;-

market facilities sufficient COMMUNITY:: CHURCH .!.OYY: :::YI
for the whole state and just could- Roynl; Palm Avenue I yy

n't imagine the thing being usedto I Forest "C. Taylor, ':Minister: I yy !

even half its YY... .
capacity.But .
that afternoon I returnedto Morning worship and sermon nest I.I I.:'i":: .....:." ENJOY AN ,. :::<:

find the entire place a beehiveof I Sunday at eleven o'clock, ,,{ I t !
activity. Several \
thousand farm- I Sunday school every Sunday 'i. t ,
ers' cars and trucks were lined up, ,i morning at nine forty-five. ::r:::. ," :.-;' I. ALL ELECTRIC ;:' ,,:, **
all loaded with berries and other Christian : i .*.:::
Endeavor >-
meeting Sunday 'i'.s' ,; : : : ': ': :
produce, with buyers bidding on evening at G 30. : : '
the stuff as true! after truck and The Junior Endeavor: will meetlonday ) IIO.:::: ,.:, :.:\; ; 8::::
HOME ,. ,.
after .
car .car. rolled in to displayand afternoon. '0" :. ;"I x>*
sell. The public is very cordially invited : : ,:. :.
While I had realized in a vague to worship in the Community ) '?*:* :

sort of way that East Hillsboroughand Church. y yy,... AIV :.?

the neighboring area of Polk -- I .
I'Si i.Y

pire comprised, I had a no great real agricultural conception em-of Corner FIRST Ventura BAPTIST and Central CHURCH t Avenue !| ;I.%.*. Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :;::: -

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I ::t::;* your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY as :.::i

A: A iA cne thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. I:;::;:

I :t: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a. home :::: )

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.:. .i. First' prize was won by Mrs. F. M. Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. Kol- Bowden, 'Mrs.

!. Y Wright, second by Mrs. C. I.. stad, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. Jose- H. Lanier, \
I i, Downs, and Mrs. Lucaa and Mrs. phine Knight, Mrs Mary: Ketti, T. B. Shelley
r *i "PERSONAL and SOCIETY :;I: Scharnberg received guest prizes. Mrs. William Lucaa, Mrs. B. P. as.

.. ... Mrs. Duff's guests were Mrs. I Luce, Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. W. ;
"' ... .:. Oliver Scharnberg, Mrs. William H. Lanier, Mrs. E. C.1 ills, Mrs.
... :
I!" ...:.. .t... Lucaa, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, I C. E. Miner, Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, WITH BEN

I, .:..................................................................................,............'.:.-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..>-:..:..:..:..:;. Mrs.. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. D. {+/ Mrs. Max Meluh, Mrs. J. G. Niblack:,
, Bruce, Mrs. C. L. Downs, lIrs.V.. J Mrs. W. C. Owen Mis. H. J. The
t i Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent party Wednesday :evening celebrat-
C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Oslesby, Mrs. W. W. Peny, Mis. the
I Sunday iu Fort Myers. I ing her husband's birthday. Abridge
Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and Mrs. F. M. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt for a social
i'J Mrs.y R. Y. Patterson won a
1 Wright.: Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. ,H. of Ben
1I Mrs. Maud Hare is spending several I pair of hose as high prize for ladies .
I --- J. B. Scharnberg, Mis. 0. F. Schif Billy Perry
and Mrs. F.I! Deane Duff a
,i I Iil 'days In West Palm Beach. CLEWISTON INN SCENE OF Iii, Mrs. Elbert: l L. Stewart, ter the
J picture for low sco're. H. A. Bestor,
LOVELY ST. PATRICK'S PARTY I Mrs. Richard Small, Mrs. T. B. bingo were
;' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail who won high for: men, and J. W.
j spent I I Shelley. Mis. J. F. Tippey, Mrs tinez winning
I i ri\ r Sunday in West Palm Beach. arettes.Moran who J. W.held Francis low I received and Mrs.cig The decision Inn was the scene.'I II. H. Turner, :llrsV.. P. Vaughn, Mrs. W. E.

of a pretty St.. Pa-trick's: party this Sr., Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. A. 0. and cookies
I William Lucaa, who won high and
Ii Miss Inez Lammous spent the I Ward Mrs. F. M. ly Prewitt
I afternoon when Mrs. M. E. Von- Wright, Mrs.G. :
J II week-end in Miami. A. Yon. ard,
', .1 i re-ceived Mach and Mrs. G. H. Small enter
I tained a large number of friends : Charles
1! ;Ii :Miss Viola Keene is spending this A chop buffet
I sucy supper was at cards. MRS.: E7ELLE WINS HIGH PRIZE. Oliver '
t C.".: 'i j week-end at her home in Fort served by Mrs. Scharnberg to Mr. I AT AFTERNOON BRIDGE Ben Bolton
j II i i :Myers. I and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Tables for players were arranged I I cite.
I'' Mrs. J. W. on the upstairs porch and both
Mr. and Mrs.J. I I
I .1 I bridge and Mrs. J. W.: Ezelle won a pair of The next
; fi Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis of D. Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Michigan poker were I April 10th
TallieS I I hand-painted placques as high score
played. and
'. Duff, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. other party accessories
Canal Point spent Sunday here visiting Patterson prize at the afternoon bridge club Prewitt with
: ;: Mr. 'and Mrs.. C. J. Lovvorn. I Mrs. 0.,, F. Schiffli, Mr. and were. in green and white which met with Mrs. Dave Alstonas
; :I
..-- ] Mrs. Max Meluh, Mrs. Bessie Elliott and were emblematic of St.: Patrick's -
hostess' Wednesday. Mrs. L. C.
t'"- Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford Mary II III 1Irs.ViIIiam Lucaa, Mrs. Day.A Miller received a pottery vase as J. M.
I Kay and Anne Pafford were visitors I John Lucaa, Mr. and Mrs. O. H.. pair pf pillow cases was won !I cut Mrs. Bowden Counselor
1 Saturday in Fort Myers. Scharnberg, J. W. Moran and W. by Mrs. John Elmore as first I(I prize consoled and with Keathley -
was a pottery
r- 'I'I C. Prewitt. prize at bridge: a ,set of linen nap I flower bowl. \
kins by Mrs. T. B. Shelley as sec
G. K. Goff of Pahokee spent the I Apple pie a la mode was served :
I i week-end here with his son, Wilbur WILLING WORKERS MEET ond high at bridge and a' novelkitchen" I
reminder by Mrs. O. F. I
Goff: :
I Schiffli as third prize. A relish jar .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:
I Rev. and Mrs. F: C. ,Taylor I The Willing Workers' Sunday ; went to Mrs. E. C. Mills as conso oi.
: r, spent Saturday visiting in Fort lation. Y
I School Class met at the home of '
5 li; Lauderdale. 'I Betty ;1\lcDuffie Friday evening. 'I ,At the Michigan table Mrs. J. Sometimes Wrong :
Tippey won first prize and
1.1' ,r-- i Refreshments of punch and cookies ; 1"1' s
i Miss Marge Hood'visited the awarded a box of bath y
were served by the hostess. I
Ii !latter part of the'week with relatives -I Mrs. Bessie Elliott who held
1 in Avon Park.: 1 Attending were Nancy Wright, score received a costume pin. A t! "
: --This Time :
'j I Sally Graham, Jean Augur, Pat package of icers was received by "
/ Bailey, Berner, Jo Ann
I Mrs. H. H. Turner spent the I Carline Mrs. R. H. Knight who won cut y
Crouch, Billy and Ogie Arnette, '
I' week-end in LaBelle with her 'parents prize.
I I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Delaney. Cleo Scott Grace Ward, Mary Louise At the refreshment hour, straw-
1 r Thomas Mauryrie Prewitt, Anne short-cake jlj For I
berry ; salted nuts and Bmlding Your
I Pafford and I. M. Pafford.
j I I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Yon were coffee were sencd. The guest list

1 I .-4, visitors Saturday in West Palm The, class has been presentinga included 3Irs. D. G. Alston,' Mrs.J. .
i,, Beach. program at, Sunday School for D. Bruce, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, ? )'

1' the past three Sundays. Attendance Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. C. H.
I r I I Mrs. H. H. Turner and Mrs., T. awards for three months have been : Berner, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. J. ::!:: LOTS CHEAPER ;:

i I B. Shelley were visitors in ,Fort I won by Anne Pafford and Barbara -Beardsley, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Mrs. ?
1 Myers Tuesday. Bruce and awards for six monthsby K. Bowden, Mrs. Sidney Crochet, .s' '
: > ::
Gloria and Betty McDuffie, "
'o I Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. C. L.
Mrs. iv:;. F. Simpson, Mrs: Olin :Marianne Jones and, Nancy Wright. Downs, Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs. Bessie ?:
Carleton and: Mrs. Leah Spicer were 'I Elliott, Mis. J.V, Ezelle, :;. ..
visitors in Fort Myers Thursday. i II :MRS. SCHARNBERG, 'MRS. LUCAA Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mrs. Frazier, :

I HONORED AT LUNCHEON Mrs. John P. Higgins, Mrs. Fred
Mrs. C. W. McDonald of Belle I II I I Henricksen, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Ij I
Glade was a Clewiston visitor Wed f Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertained : J. E. ?
{' nesday. I with a luncheon at the Clewiston
I I I id"h
''t Inn Tuesday complimenting Mrs. FOR SALE-Clewiston lot bargain
Stroud Wilson; jr., of McMinn- I Oliver. Scharnberg; of Boston, and $100.00 cash. Description: Block Real Estate :;:
ville Tenn., is the guest for a Mrs. William Lucaa, New York, 367, Lot 5. Write John Stendal l, I y
II 11- few weeks of his friend'Jimmy Wilson I who are visiting here. 2712 E. 25 St., y

I : and Mrs. Wilson. I I Following the luncheon bridge Minn. 1\1inneapohs'l /I/MNN:NNNNN:NNN:NNMMNNN:.lNN NMNNi1:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.

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Mrs. H. C. Avant has as her
guests her sister, Miss Lula Tyson I'
,l of St. Cloud and her niece, Miss I I I ..-
Anne Stein bough of Lakeland. I

1 ---- W.I I ;
J. E. Beardsley and D.
Beardsley attended the funeral serve -I ( UVA1i The pjlowpriced

e :I ices for D. R. McNeil in Okee-
I'. chobee Wednesday morning. I
II I co'
t j Mrs. Agnes Marshall of Rock 66
Hill, S. Car., arrived here Sundayto I
spend two weeks visiting her

.: daughter, Miss Ruth Marshall. I

'I Mib. F. L. Hudson is leaving today !

\ for Orlando where she will
undergo an operation at an Orlando ,

hospital., I N MODERN F1Sy

Miss Olive Laurensen, for several \ .. Bo01e
years connected with, the U. S. You can pay more "' b' UewAero.S
P Engineer sub-office here was transferred bus
last week to the Miami en-

gineer office. can't :
you get
Iq 't l Mrs. C. R. Byrd of Jacksonville I
I! is arriving today for a visit with
I her father, Foster :Meredith and more. quality,!

I her sister and brother, :Miss Eunice ...
and Z. G. Meredith. "
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l J. E. Beardsley made a plane I ,:
trip to New York the latter partof ..>'. : ,;, ,-:- .
i'. -;:;" :: f
last week on business connected
-" ]'", .
with his membership on the boardof II .
the Everglades Drainage Dis- ""
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i trict. i
I ,
r- t :f I M.o. /he
i x DERN !!
: I Mn: B. P. Cutting of Sumte'r, c'O"-
: S. C., and Miss Eloise Hudson and 4' .. >! fA'clf/s'
brings outstanding features
i you quality of the ; > Petft 7 acupm( ,
Miss Almena Webb of Timmonsvllle, .
i S. C., are the guests 'for a coupleof day-Including Exclusive Vacuum Gearshift, Body by Fisher, Perfected TiPICt.faf:n;'ACljg"H
weeks of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Ie e1U1rh
.i Cuttino. Mrs. B. P. Cuttino is the Knee-Action Riding System*-at the lowest cost for purchase price, gas, oil and upkeepl
; mother of B. H. Cuttino and the

young ladies are his cousins.All ,Drive this car-be more comfortable physically-and be more comfortable mentally, tool -

members of the Clewistcn because of the big savings */'YolobleonMaaJ.rD.Luun1oclullorJy; ;
school faculty are attending the DERNSAf'

meeting Association of the in Florida Tampa Educational this week-I I Don't J be satisfied with anything but the _best'-BUY A CHEVROLET Peril eked Ob rl'Olionc

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Inez Lammons, Evelyn Burhans, I -

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CHAPTER XII-Continued "Sieve," indignantly amended "I'd do anything in the world for I morning.: What time is it, Kelsey?"
-20- Gloria. "I've been bailing till my. you but that," she laughed. "I like "Close to midnight."
"Take these," ordered Kelsey. spine crackles." this place." "There's a lot of night left." % 0WNU
fie thrust ax and rope into Marne's "It's the only one I could find in "Coming, Gloria?" barked Mar- "Yes."

hands. With a heave he got the this hullabaloo." tin."I "That, eliminates the doctor-man.
squat body 'across his shoulders. "Could you take Glunk back?" don't know. M-I-I feel like a i There's no'other way of his getting Service.

"Keep right back of me," he directed "I doubt it. Even if he were fit rat, leaving them" II here, I suppose."

"If you slip, catch me above to be moved." "Beat it, my child," directed. "I can't figure any, unless he hada
the waist." "Then can you get a doctor out Marne. "We don't need a chaperon : hydro."

How they ever reached the side, here?" tonight." "Glunk seems easier now," she
porch, Marne did not clearly: know. "It's possible.. But the hospital is The pair struggled out into ,the up- announced after taking a look
:Kelsey carried his burden to the sofa filling up with casualties. I'll do I roar of the, elements, Martin shout- "Then we can think about ourselves I ..
and lowered it., Hardly could my best if this old washtub lives ing over his shoulder: "I'll be back for a change." He came over
Marne's lips form the whispered through the return trip." if I can make it." and stood above her. "Marne, thereare
question: Gloria had drawn Marne into the Kelsey was white' to the lips, but too many loose ends hanging t
"Dead?" hallway. Through the half-open door he put on an easy air. "Stout fella, between us. I've got some thingsto
"I don't know." Kelsey could hear her, breathlesslyand Martin," he approved. "Doesn't say." FILMS DEVELOPED
"I'tried," she muttered. with a hint of a sniffle trying to waste time on useless motions." She looked up at him with eyes

"Of course you did. Nobody could''' explain something. Then Marne's "Are you going to scold me?" that begged his forbearance. "Not to-
have stopped that beam." clear voice. "No." night, Kelsey, dear. Do you mind, ?" Any 6 or 8 Exposure Roll

She brought hot water, and linen "Oh, what does it matter now?, "That's good. I don't feel 1 couldThe "Why not tonight?" FILMS DEVELOPED C

strips to cleanse and bandage the "Look at us," she said. "We'reall POSTAL PHOTO SERVICE 2 5

dreadful wounds across the scalp, worked up. We're off balance. I North Town Sta.r Chicago
then forced some whiskey into the And'you're going serious on me." ,
slack mouth. Glunk gtirred. His "Deadly serious. COUPON WITH EACH ORDER
lids fluttered. She uttered a small "Let's wait till tomorrow. When
cry.: we're quite normal again."

"He's alive all right," said Kel- He could not' find it in his heartto

sey heartily. "I doubt if it's even a say to her: "There may not' be POLLS DEVELOPED

fracture." He 'was 'exploring the any' tomorrow for us." He sighed Anj ,!Ir. roll 1 kodtk Elm dttrlopnl.
head beneath his hands. "Skull like ; and nodded. 8 n.rmld.Lfm fntn Viloa a a.Jd priol.-c.olj fttm.fot 23*.
a lump of granite. But there's a I "You are sweet to me. You understand (1 11 / p BMI//BI tmtlefn ftmutM.
bad concussion." don't you? JJiIJI MAIL TOUR riLMSTOu

They busied, themselves putting "I'm trying to. Why don't you i :Jack Rabbit Co.<

their patient to bed. He lay disturb- turn in and get some rest?' spARTAisnunc.: s.c ....,r
ingly quiet. Marne asked: "Doesn't appeal to me at the mo-

"How are the others going, to get ment." I' wish we had something to f
back?" do.
"'That's'easy.' Remember the ca-
"They aren't. ( SAFETY TALKS )
"Then we can't get any help for noe that Martin picked out of a

Glunk?" J ,fR' .k.uu..oe+' X bush?"
"I,don't see how." "With a 'hole in it as big as our Mischievous Hands

There was a long silence, during two heads?"
which she studied her companion's "That can be patched. I've hadit MAYBE he picked up the habit

expression. It was somber, intent, in mind to do it, in case we the time he couldn'tresist
repressed. Several times he lifted might develop a yen to go pad- pulling the pig-tails of the
girl who sat ahead of him in gram-
his head sharply, as if through some ..: t dling. '
impulse, hidden from her, Rnd ;)} t :r 'n.' Jrr6: "Would she carry us?" she asked mar school. But even though they
moved uneasily. The explanation +G.. .JO/ dubiously.. were more chivalrous in their
leapt to her mind. "I think so. In an emergency." school days,,adult man (and wom-
"You're in pain!" she exclaimed."No. "What kind of emergency?" an) ,has a lot of trouble keeping ),
." "Oh, well, if this aged mansion his hands and fingers out of mis- ,

"Then what is the matter? There's sprung a leak." chief. t
something." She stared at him soberly. "I The National Safety council reports -

"No I'm.just. a little on edge." see" 'she said. "What do you want that of all accidents suffered
"I believe you're afraid," she said me to do?" during 1937 by persons who were
slowly. "Help me dig up anything in the at work, 33 per cent were hand
"Right. I am." line of patching material" and finger cases.' Legs and feet

"What of?" injured Glunk lay there disturbingly quiet. Careful search brought to hand were injured in 24 per cent of the

"I'm worried about tools, strips of wood and tar. occupational accident cases. The
you. What does anything like that mat- quite take it, just now. I'm going to : paint,
human trunk was injured in 19
'It was' per
Marne could not find it in her a rough bit of patchwork that
ter? Don't bother. look at Glunk.
soul to be frightened. She was too Kelsey contrived, but he went aboutit cent, or the third largest, numberof
"But I got Kelsey in wrong with Presently she called out from the
immersed in another thought which, in a workmanlike way which com-
you. inner room: "He's bleeding again. Other parts of the body and the
if she had put it into words, would manded Marne's respect.
"That's all fixed. Pass it, Glo- Bring me the cloth and basin, will frequency with which they were
have run about'like.this: "There, said he to his assistant
"Here we are, together. What- ria. you? after two hours of absorbed toil. injured: arms, 11 per cent; head
ever happens to-one, will happen to Martin asked Kelsey: Care of the sufferer occupied them "By morning she ought to be water- (other than eyes), 6 per cent;
the other. We're beginning to understand "Do you think it's safe" here? both for a time. When the immediate tight." eyes, 2 per cent. The council said t
"No. Get Marne out. job was done 'the girl said: accidents accounted for 5
each other. It can't be "I'm sorry it's finished, though," general
"I the old craft'll hold one
very bad." guess "Do you think there's any chanceof she mused, giving the little craft a per cent of the cases.
extra with lot of bailing. ThoughI
a "
. As if he had some inkling of her their not making it? final pat."Why .
, guarantee nothing if this weather
"he looked the "Mart's an experienced boat- ?"
thought, ,across bed "
keeps Listen to that wind!
at her and smiled.. She smiled back, "Then up.hurry man." "It's been something to keep us HEWS. .PerfectedCASTOR
her resolution stimulated. up. "The wind's awful." She shud- busy."
"What about boy? Supposethe
"Kelsey! old shack casts you loose?" dered. "How soon could he bring He glanced at her face, strained LEAST

"Yes." "There's a bunch of shorewillowsstill ,the doctor back, if he can make, and wan. "You'd better go up and TO THESE

"We sort of stopped short, didn't. standing up. If I can get Glunkto it?" get some rest," he advised com-
we? Isn't there something else?" that, we might make the big syc- "A couple of hours, I should passionately."I It's news when, by'a new and revo
"Yes. I love you." amore beyond." think" answered Kelsey, trying to couldn't go to bed. Suppose lutionary process, that old reliable'
sound than he felt. medicine, castor oil, is now made actually }
"I thought it might be that, said "You might," retorted his friend more optimistic Glunk wanted 'me?
she contentedly.On through compressed lips, "and then "I believe I could use a nap. Wakeme "All right. Make me some cof- odorless, tasteless and easyto
take. Kellogg's Perfected Tasteless -
the ceiling above them there if Glunk is worse. fee, then.
Castor Oil-the name of this newest
glowed and vanished a, faint radiance "Cut it, Mart. Get started." She fell into prompt and 'deep She not only made the coffee, but and purest of castor oils-sold in
like that of a firefly. It roused "For where?" Marne was stand- slumber. scrambled the two remaining eggs, refinery-sealed 3 oz. bottles at all
the injured man. With a howl, born ing in the doorway. and contrived some tolerable toast. druggists. Palatable, full-strength, efficient .
of some obscure terror, he hurled Kelsey said briskly: "Next boat CHAPTER Xin After they had eaten this in great always; fresh. Insist on Kel

himself to the ,floor. They grappledwith starts in thirty seconds. Are you. content,. Marne fell asleep again. logg's Perfected -accept no so-
him and the three threshed and Gloria ready?" It was not Kelsey that woke thesleepe'r Moans from the bed awoke her. called "tasteless" substitute. Keep

about the room in a human tangle, "I'm ready. What about you?" but a frightened sense thata Struggling to her feet, she gropedfor Kellogg's Perfected handy-only 25c.a .
bottle, but"what difference in
. scattering the furniture as they "I'm not going, this trip." searchlight was playing upon her Kelsey's hand in terror. a Good Housekeeping '
qualityl Approved by
" face. 'She opened her and saw, "Is he "
fought. In his depleted state, Kel- "Why not? eyes worse? Bureau.
sey was no match for the delirious "Well, there's Glunk." through the window opposite, flashestoo "I doubt it. Another touch of delirium .
: strength of the other, and his ally "So there is. I'm not going, ei frequent for lightning, occurringin I expect." -_...:..::::---
could do little but try to prison one ther." a sort of spaced rhythm which Slowly the bandaged head turned ,::. ......-;

flailing arm, to which she had at- "Don't be a fool, Marne. Why stirred vague associations in her toward the rear wall, and seemedto J
tached herself. They were draggedto should you stay here when-" still confused brain. She sat rup in shrink between the massive shoul-

the window. Glunk was bent on "Well, there's Glunk," stated the her chair. : ders as if from. the brutality of an- Today's popularityof
;. climbing out. Strive to anchor himas girl placidly. "What's that?" other blow. There was a sharp Dean's Pills of worldwide alter
man/ years -
they would, he was half way out "Now, listen to me-" "Someone's playing funny tricks shock, a more strident note from use, surely must
when the beam fell across his face. "And there's you." with my car-lights, I should say." the darkness outside. The ancient be accepted;;as evidence

I. "Light," he muttered, and went "Too much talk," put in Martin. She crossed to the window. "It mansion trembled throughout its of And satisfactory favorable public use. ..
limp in their frantic grip. "We're starting." isn't funny tricks. They're tryingto frame. opinion supports that

" They saw it plainly, now, a sharp Kelsey put an urgent hand on signal." "That was a boulder," said Kel- of who the test able the physicians value of
flicker through bushes down by the Marne's shoulder. "How do you know?" sey. "No harm done." Doan's under exacting
'I. lakeside. "Martin will come back for me "It's Morse code. Short for dot; "Does that mean that the cliff is laboratory These physicians conditions.

"Light" repeated the gnome, and after he's landed you and Gloria." long for dash." giving way?" too, approve every word of advertisingyon
collapsed. "Then it must be Holmes. He "I don't know." *read, the objective of which is only to
A savage gust of the rising gale recommend Doan's Pills as a good diuretic
They bundled him back into his blew in the swinging window with a used to be a telegrapher. But what's Glunk groaned and lay still. A treatment for functional kidney disorder
bed and ran to the door. In floun- crash. the use? I can't read it." rill of water darted in quick angles and causes.If for. relief of the pain and worry it

dered Gloria Glamour. "Pretty soon we can't any of us ftl can. It was in one of my across the floor. ',' more people were aware of how tho
"Sweet cheese'n crackers! Whata get anywhere," stated Martin. "This courses. 'K. H.' What kind of codeis "Time to move to higher ground," kidneys cannot must stay constantly in tho blood remove without 1aswthll.t injury
night! We've been-what's the wind is getting ugly." that?" prescribed Kelsey with determined to health, there would be better understanding --
matter?" "Then how do you figure on com- "My initials." cheerfulness. "Give a hand with of why the whole! body suffersvhea
kidneys lag and diuretic medica-
"Glunk's hurt." ing back for Kelsey?" queried the "Of course. How dumb of me! the canoe." tion would be more: often employed.
; "Badly?" girl. She swerved away from Kel- They're taking a chance you might They bore their handiwork tenderly Burning, scanty or too frequent urina-
"I'm afraid so." sey's hold. know Morse. Wait. I'll answer." up the three steps leading from tion function.may be You warning may suffer of disturbed nagging.kidney backache -

Martin Holmes, who had followedin "Get going, Gloria," snapped When the flashes lapsed into.dark- the dining room and set it in the hall persistent headache attacks of dizziness -
with the electric torch, went to Martin. He turned to the other girl. ness, she operated the window- way close to the front door. Kelsey ness under, getting the. up eyes-feel nights weak swelling nervo1LS.I puffi- I
the bed and peered down. "Do you want us' to drag you down 'shade, sending out the letters: "0. returned to get Glunk, who seemedto all played out.
"He looks pretty ghastly. What and throw you in?" K. O. K." be in a semi-coma. a medicine Use Does that Pitts.has It won is better world-wide to rely acclaim on- '...
hit him?" Crossing the room; she settled intoa At once the message began to "Listen," said Marne. The. wind than on something Jess favorably )
. "A scantling. He. was stuckin the massive arm-chair, and wound come over, Marne spelling it out was's 'whooping 'oVerhea'd, known.. 'Atji yfvr! naighbori B e 1
well." \ herself into it, with arms and legs. ,for her companion. "B-O-A-T S-U- "It'll begin to be light in less
" Marne,asked hini: ."How did you "You'd have to take this, too. Sit- N-K, boat sunk. W-E O-K; they'reall than four hours" reckoned her
get here?" down strike," she announced. right, thank God!" she completed companion.TO
"Boat." "Marne! pleaded Kelsey. the reading: 'Will stand by till BE CONTINUED)




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I .1\ r "- ;Captain Gives RecruitTriggernometry Wise and Otherwise

I I!i LessonThe If a man-could live by the,

I! company was at target OUR COMIC SECTION sweat of his brow, what a jolly.

j r I: practice when the captain swaggered time he would have in hot ,

I L up to the latest recruit and weather.Gangsters.

\ ,. proceeded to give some instruc- no longer have Y
i : tions about his gun. their pictures on the front page.

:I i "See here, this thing is a rifle. Most of 'em have been framed

.\ Here's the barrel, there's the ii I I Snoopie I 0 and hanged.A .
i stock. You slip thf cartridge in girl always feels so sorry
I there. These little things on the for a fellow who gets himself
engaged to some other girl
" 'j barrel are the sights. When you
.: ;1. have taken careful aim you pull when he might just as well
:; : i this little thing which is the trig- / 4'/iu:9Al L-J have had her.
ii' NOW HOLDSTILL Men are always ready to
't j, ; ger. Now smarten up and look :
share the money burdens of a
" : more like a soldier. By the way,
,1 SO'S I CAN TIE heiress.A .
';' what is your business? A clerk, wealthy
i ( I ?" pretty new hat may not
: presume LICENSE TAGS -- ,
effect woman's brain
a but it
I : "No sir the reply, "I'm ': 'r-ap.
\'i "was \ always goes to her head.TIPS.
a gunsmith.
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:r! 'f II f Needle Weaving for ,, r, I t I Ir

r !II;, 'I Blue Luncheon Set to


!';.1 1 rEAR ,MRS. SPEARS: I had ii

II .. been wanting some really
: handsome velvet roses to pep up
\ I an evening dress. I was thrilled Care in Transplanting

1 Ij I! to ,find in your Book 2, instructions -
: for making them from ma- TRANSPLANTING is an important -
: t r.: terials I already had. I would ; activity',.in amost every.1'
i : also, like to thank you for the I IL.llhIi.lllflHll11E Yr luc garden, but a gardener will save*

knitted rag rug in '''Book 1. My o -CATC.H : time and possible disappointment
;I Mother spent many happy hours Jl if he knows what should and what I

: ,' making it last winter." should not be transplanted.The .

: 1 "I thought you might be interested i-- following should not bei
in a luncheon set I have just moved: Celosia, didiscus (bluel)
I;: lace flower), four o'clock, hunne-i I
\ '
mania, and perennial sweet peal
I Because of their peculiar root,

I 42Xa'I"N.r ;: LI growth, these flowers are dam
aged, sometimes even killed, when!
I j ji rI transplanted. '
i a Flowers which may be transplanted
i I
I I I' I with little fear of damage,I
: PASS as long as the moving is done,
I THEN WORK OVER AND '1 '. properly, include ageratum, 'alyssum -

U II tlrTONHOLE THE UNDER Flan THREADS AT START A- T SEVFR snapdragon, aster, calendu-j
T VI la, marigold, pansy, petunia!
r (Copyrttht, tV. N. U.) ? pinks, 'salvia, scabiosa, verbenai
1 I Canterbury bells, columbine, hollyhock -'
(_ --USE TARESTRT NEEDLECLP pyrethrum and viola.
.I ( AND DRAW OUT FABRIC THREADS There is a' third division of flow.

ers, according to Harry A. Joy,

finished. It was planned to go S. flower expert, whose lives will not

I with a set of blue dishes. There i-r+lN, GI E'ur / be endangered by transplanting,
I are four mats and a long 'runner G 6Y but whose growth will be stunted.

in medium blue linen with bands .I c5C'RA"'P'Ptfo..lo Both, plant and blossoms will be
-i4fi rh.?
I of old fashioned needle weavingin 'M. WAM1 smaller but earlier. Larkspur, zin-
darker blue across the ends. v. uY tTelr. ou-r5 lD.' .. nia, phlox, nasturtium and bache-

I Just two edges of the napkins are ,LMT SILL' UP oNN lor button are in this group.
.,' banded with the weaving." A '"
ICE 'freEst'R/ +
-l We can imagine how attractive
the table must be set with these !
mats and the blue dishes. Someof T AROUNDL4

1" you who have pink dishes might .
I like to try the same idea in tonesof O a THE HOUSE
I rose. Use a rather coarse lin-

: I en. Prepare the work for the T
Conversation Made
I the fabric Easy.-Keer-
: weaving by drawing out
the center of the room free from:
threads for Each
as hemstitching.
I '11'II step is shown here in the diagram. E furniture. This makes for easy:
conversation across the room.
Either linen or mercerized embroidery -
,J thread may be used.
I'' Book No. 2 Gifts Novelties Shine Off Serge.-The shine
I '!r Sewing R '
-1 and Embroideries, contains the dark serge suit can be removed -,
\ 48 pages of step-by-step directions I to a certain extent by
: 7'II which have helped thousands of wlt.LyciMIS sponging with vinegar and then

I 'I C women. If your home is your e5M TAl lN' ALL pressing in the usual way.
91 *
: r hobby you will also"want Book 1- p 9 'ff l=
j 0 T Use for Leftover Velvet.-Cut in
SEWING, for the Home Decorator. ,4 -
Order by number, enclosing trlZ I It'f the form of a small pad, leftover
25 cents for each book. If you velvet may be used to brush bits
I 0By of fluff from hats and dark suits.
order both books, copy of the new I ) *
Rag Rug Leaflet will be included
\ I free. Those who have both books Steam Brazils.-Brazil nuts are
may secure ,leaflet for 6 cents in P easier to remove from the shells
\ postage. Address'Mrs. Spears, 210 i f i if they are steamed before crack-

S. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill. ing. '
I *
C. M. Payne :J IIll.f For Baby's Bath.-A good soap

St. Joseph Aspirin is as < substitute, if the baby has sensi-
pure as money can buy. OWNU \ e Bell Syndicate-WNU Service. tive skin, is a pound of oatmeal or
Plire ; Guaranteed uniformityof a quart of bran, tied securely in a
strength, quality and gauze bag and allowed to soakin
Ij purity. 12 tablets-lOc. the bath water.

p @Y

who has lost confidence can
lose nothing more.-Boiste. Up to You!
I Accuse not nature, she hath
o done her part; do thou but thine 1''

i/L .. Don't Aggravate 4 -Bacon.

Gas Bloating ?

5; If your GAS BLOATING la caused by P Here la Amazlng Rellef for
i onstipation don't expect to get the relief you Condition Due to Sluggish Bowel
I $ *k by: just doctonng your stomach. What 1 ,t1 .l UyouthlnkaIJIanUTMlo'1
I yon need isthj DOUBLE ACTION of 'it. mJ/JUiI} ex* alike Just try this
r Adlenka. This 35-year-old remedy is BOTH all v.ot bU Uxatlv
I arminativo and cathartic. Carminatives ii* So mtid. b. refreshing
IIS. rely:
.1 I i that warm and soothe the stomach Invleoratmej Dependable from
I 94S. Cathartics that act quickly and gently, I sick headacbas bllloua IpelJS. tired feettng whenK'ttESSEtaHNCB
clearing the bowels of wastes that may have
caused GAB $BLOATING headaches IndiSeafcpa r.k
'I ;BOUT stomach and nerve :pressure torIf' I (. I WAS JUST GOINGTO If not delighted return the box to usw wo will
ttonths. Adlenk does not gnJ>e-i1 not refund the purchase
habit forming. Adlcriks acts on the stomach TURN OFF THERADIO price. That's fair jmwGit ,
and BOTH bowefi. It relieves STOMACH / NX Tablets today. W f ,
I I GAS almost at once;and often removes bowel I
I wastes in less than two hours Adlenka Las ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEF
I r..n recommended by many doctors for 82
it I 7tarI. Get the genuine Adlenka today. FOR ACID

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l4i Must Be GOOD Watt aontc t
J. Millar

,r I to be 5180 ',{bh'lca'= sT

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f. ,.",. hrrt9 lessedRelieQ

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BAPTIST 31. S. MET AT to win the' match after having f lard Hanna, Nick Schiffli, Sue Von- 3,936 acres. R. E. Kurtz was the 0 h
4- J
CHURCH TUESDAY AFTERNOON lost a heartbreaker to Charles Fen- I Mach, Christine Redish, Betty Jean next high bidder and now holds
.---- wick (5) the previous week-end, McDuffie. I the certificates on 650 acres. J. JWIN YOUR RACE ,t

The Woman's Missionary Society 1 down in 20 holes.In Eighth grade: Gloria McDuffie M. Couse purchased certificates on For Business Supremacy ::-, .
met Tuesday afternoon at the First, the Second Flight, Connie and Elbert Hooker. approximately seventy acres and I By Advertising .....
Baptist Church with Mrs J. If. Clark ((2i) won over Owen Winn: Ninth 'grade: None. also those advertised on tho V. ::.. v'-
Davis and Mis H. L. Davis; as (13)) 2 and 1; Dr. J. W. Ezcllc Tenth grade: Renee Wethiuglon Gram property east of town on G' .

hostesses.f ((29) took out H. Land (20) 1 and Eleventh grade: Louis Lelt.fr..H'l'.ey the lakeshore in which ho represented -

Following the interesting pro 2; Dr. S. J. Simmons (18)) elimin- Bourne and Florence G Mrs. Gram. Tract 33, ownedby i1 y Jl J 1

gram and regular business meeting ated Edgar Ezclle ((29) 6 andI; ham. 1'3..1 II J. I,. Morris was redeemed by r

a delightful social hour was enJoy-1. and Bill Owen, Jr., (13)) won over Twelfth grade: George Smith, him and Alfred Roberts redeemed
ed and the hostesses Bob Logan (29) 6 and 5. Clark Roberta Spicer, Bernice Guthrie. the two lots in the George and
in the semi-finals Gram sub-division which he
freshments to Mrs. Roy Alston, will meet Ezelle owns.
Mrs. A. II. Broad foot, Mrs. W. M.Bioaderick of this flight, while Simmons takes Mrs. Wakefield. third grade Mrs. Lee Gunn, representing her

Mrs. E. M. Cornette, on Bill Owen, Jr. teacher has gone to Southern College -(I brother George Dillon, bought the

Mrs. I. R. Holland, Mrs. E. L. The winner of the 'Larry Nash in Lakeland and Miss Evelyn I certificates on nineteen acres.

Hayes, Miss Marge Hood Mrs. L. (6)-J. W. Mosley (11) match will Bell has taken her place. Miss Bell In addition to these sales W. S..

C. Miller, Mrs M. Mines, Mrs. C. meet Ralph Kirk for honors in the will continue preparing for the Bowdoin of Clewiston now owns

Nelson Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. first flight. Owen Winn (13)) takes third grade program Mrs., Wake- the certificates on 160 acres, R.B. )16'

C. E. Nail, Mrs. C. W. Simmons,J on H. C. Van Landingham ((10)) and field had begun. Bowden, of Fort Myers 160 _

Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs. A. Thomas, Hudson TilJery ((29)! ) tangle. withA. I I acres, and C. E. Miner of Clewiston cConsickr
H. E. Trice, Mrs. M. C. Vow- ) in the Fourth SENIOR PLAY
Mrs. P:. Kirchman ((2 1) I ICO acres.
ell, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff' Mrs. C. Don't miss the Senior play, "The I,
The total cash involved in this
Krueger, Mrs. Alex McCowan, Mrs. I1\IiSSing Heiress"*, to be presented sale was $2,060,67.
H. E. Walker, Mrs V. C. Woodward BIRTHS Friday, March 24, in the school au-
I In other sales Hubert Edwards
Mrs. R. L. Merritt and Mrs. ditorium. The -play concerns the
cleared the taxes on his ten acres
.Larry disappearance of Ginger Gay, wealthy It
A Hodges.; Mr. and : Nash arc at Lakeport arid E. O. Ingraham
the proud parents of a baby boy heiress and the consequent mix- paid those on his 200 acres at
Emmett Shelley Wins-I born Sunday at the Clewiston ,Hos- up of identities as the guests and Tasmania with Murphy bids. thEs AngUs
employees of Honeymoon Trail Inn
pital. The young man weighed sev- Owners of any of these tracts
en and a half pounds and has::; been scramble for the reward offered ",upon which certificates have been Owning your own home is real
from 1) by Ginger's' parents' for any inform- because the )
(Continued page named Lawrence Herbert Nash, Jr. sold have two years from the date economy you save
of a crown, only to have' the plagued -, ation concerning her whereabouts.The .of sale in which to redeem their landlord's profit. Any family needing
thing startle and take flight : cast is as follows: Minnie, a ; ; a home will do well to look at
A son was born Sunday to Mr. property and owners, of homestead
other romantic maid, Billie Hooker Tina, selection of
while he was looking the ; our homes and buy
and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt at the properly: have a ten-year periodin
And there.must be a moralto the desk clerk:, Christine Bell; before real estate values increase
way.: Clewiston Hospital. The baby weighed which to redeem. In additionto
the story because the cantankerous George, a porter, Bill Owen; Jackie further:We will gladly help you
three-quarters pounds the amount bid by the purch-
and elusive trinket was seven and ? a girl in love, Bernice Guthrie; attain debt-free ownership of your
: been named. aser the one redeeming must pay
and has' not as yet
eventually found right at home, MacNulty, a mysterious! traveler, home thru payments like rent.
interest at the rate of three percent
bro- LeRoy Hare Carrie, a guest Gaudy
in the back yard of his own ; tha"t'amount
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Frobock are Waters; Peggy, an actress, Zena per annum on
ther.' from the date of the certificate. Clewiston Federal
Another interesting Sunday match the parents of a. baby boy born Belle Pullen; Sue, her friend, Vio- )

found Ralph Kirk (12) of Belle Thursday of last week in Key West. let Bethea; Constable Blackstone,
Glade winning over. Arthur Wells Mr. Frobock, an employee at the- office an officer, Thomas Waldron; Speed An Early Bathtub Savings and LoanAssociation '
One of the' first bathtubs in this
(8) in a First Flight affair, 1 up. of the U.' S. Engineers is Blake, a reporter, Morris Ford? country 'was a shell of mahogany
of Wells'faltering in Key West on leave of absence. Bobby, a boy in love Owen Winn;
Kirk took advantage lined with lead. It wfi;;hed. a ton
putter on the 18th green 'I Ginger, the mad-cap heiress, "Bob

,., ,II"-mJI,..,. \i by". Spicer. ,
:- '!t I For" an hilarious evening 'chock ,. .,1(?;>;IIIIIIIIIIIIII lllIlllI lllll i lllllllllllll;;; iIIII 11I11111 lillllllllllll 'l lllilllli@ I..llilllllJl! 1 alll1.
full of fun and laughs be on hand 1A -
for "The Missing Heiress."

: -Roberta Spicer. ;:_:: THE TELEPHONE :_!,: :

Good FarmLand ..___....._....._..... Bill Owen .:. .:. )
Ass't Editor .....m J. D. Hooker Between fifty and, sixty dollars st '

Spoils Editor ..........._ Dick Owen worth of new books have been add- ::' THE OPEN DOOR ::
ed to the school library' during the .:. .. .. ..

.. -. past, week and include works: of ... .f'

...'J:; : __ "f"- _: better fiction, autobiographies of ..:... __._._ '. .I ,. .i'.
famous personages, books of travel -
tOIRent' HONOR KOLIJ and reference books. This brings .:. .:.
First grade: ,Lionel Beatty, Bob- .
by Berner, Van Cothern, Jr., than the total a hundred added this dollars year worth.to more ::!_:: Can you afford to close the door in ::

Richard ,Knight Gene ,Land, Volney :_: the face of friends for a consid- :
I I :: your
... Robbins, Jimmy Robberson, Harry
Vaughn, Murel Golden and Mau Much Interest Shown In_ :: eration of ,less than 1 IOc per day? ;:k!:

reen Johnson. "' Glades Co. Land Sale .:. 'i. """\,
Second grade: Christine Espen- I t 1
Trespassers laub, Mildred Marotti, Lena May :,:: In times of emergency, sickness or .:;: -

Johnson, Charles Miner, Nadine Andrews (Moore Haven Democrat) :: death, the telephone is nearest :;: (
Will Be Dorothy Williams, :Manic Much interest was shown ,in the ..

McCracken, Bobby Hanna Alfred I,Murphy! sale at the courthouse? :!: neighbor. .;:

ProsecutedClewiston Dodge, Corrine VonMach, Shirley Saturday morning in which W. 'H. y
Owen. Jackson, Tampa attorney, had call Make end isolation
an to by seeing :;:
Third grade:: :Mary Cathryn Dy- ed up all of the certificates on

Dick Schiffli, Kim Kolstad.. the, Diston Island area.. It is un- :
Fourth grade: Clarence Styles, derstood that this included every A::: service.INTER. :.;:

\\7i11 am McCracken, Harriett' Als- tract upon which taxes were delinquent t X
ton, Jo Ann Crouch, Mary Ruth long that
sufficiently they
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Realty And Johnson, '.June Espenlaub, Louise would come under the )Murphy act, .:. :.
Prewitt, Mary Louise Thomas, as far out as Nine-Mile Canal. y

Grace Ward, Nancy Wright, Eloise Certificates on only a very few _::; COUNTY TELEPHONE ':;: )
DevelopmentCorporation Welch and Ruth Emrich.) .
tracts were unsold when the sale y A

Fifth grade: David Belcher, Jim was completed and it took more; :;: & TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Moody, June Elkins, Jean Augur, than two hours to'- complete. :

. Nora OglesbyVanda Shelter, Joan The largest purchaser or ce<
Walker, Emily Uullen.Si.th .' cales was, of course, Mr.; Jackson 1-----'x
grade: Lewis Blount, Rich- _
who acquired the certificates on @ \ !1 ill!L Jl _mfITnl lllllll :l l w"
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