The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00734
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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l 1'NIf CLEWISTON SHUTS I Fifteen Seniors Receive I


Diplomas Friday Night


--- I I Bay Principal

rS baseball team shutout 1 CAPACITY FOR
Efficient ProductionThe
the Pahokee club in the first Speaks To KiwaniansErwin EXERCISESThe

!. I; game in the new South Florida,

i; League here Sunday afternoon by 'a claim has been made that the Everglades is the most efficient 1 largest class in the history

I Ij score of 80. The game was called sugar-producing area supplying the sugar requirements of the American Johnwick, principal of the j jof the school, fifteen members 'of

i at the end of four and a half people. That claim has never been successfully disputed and it cannotbe South Bay school, was speaker j t .the Class of '39 received their diplomas i.

ii innings because, of rain, just making contradicted. This being so, it-might be well to discuss some of the Clewiston Kiwanis meeting held from Clewiston High Schoolin
the factors that make the Everglades the most efficient area supply'ingthe
1f it a legal game. Wednesday evening at the Clewis- exercises which were held Friday -

Avant, Clewiston hurler, was a// American sugar market. ton Inn. evening in the school auditor-
I. The length of harvest season, which in tho Everglades has been ,I ium.
it little wild to start and walked demonstrated to be 225 days each year, is of great importance in the Mr. Johnwick's talk was on education -

I two Pahokee batters but only gave efficient production of ,sugar. The advantage of the long harvest seasonIs in changing conditions, and The tiny auditorium was totally

r' :t ; up one hit in the four innings, a appreciated when the Everglades is compared with an area which hasa ho began by tracing the historyof inadequate for the'crowd of parents

1 single by Baxter. His teammates han'estReason of but 60 days. In a 60-day harvest season area, schools from medieval times. and friends who gathered for the

f ''t were not long in giving him a decided it is clear that only 60,000 tons of cane. can be ground in sugarhousehaving t Showing how the fundamentals oT graduation exercises, and before

I lead as they jumped onto a daily capacity of 1,000 tons of cahe as compared with 225,0(10)tons ]) education were taught in the earli- the program began; there was not

i li in the same size house in the Everglades, so that the capital investment -
the offerings of Everett Forbes for est classes before formal schools even standing room in the audi
i in the short harvest season area is greater than that in the torium.
I three nice hits and on Stafford who were organized, he stated that those
I ,I Everglades in direct proportion 'to ,the length of harvest seasons namely
relieved him after three and
a same fundamentals Following
are the aim of the
60 days to 225 days. Thus the short harvest season area has. an : processional
i third innings, for two hits. The education today, although they "Priest March", played
investment per ton of cane ground during the harvest season three and are by Miss Alice

"! two Pahokee moundsmen gave ip three-quarter times as great as in the Everglades.This taught by new methods. Today Steinholtz, the class and distinguished

six walks which proved very coctly. : means three and three-quarter times as much interest, three "learning by doing" is the keynoteof visitors took their places on

l' and three-quarter times as much depreciation, three and threequartertimes educational methods. the _rostrum.. The girls were in soft '

." 1; The batting feature of the afternoon as much taxes, three and three-quarter times as much insuranceand The teacher of today, said Mr.I white caps and gowns and the boys

; was the hitting of A. C, other fixed charges.In in blue and
I Johnwick, must know and be ableto caps gowns. After the
Carlton, Clewiston centerfielder, the short season area, only 150 pounds of sugar are obtained teach the fundamentals 'of education invocation by Rev. F. C. Taylor,

I who drove out two long doubles I II from a ton of cane, whereas in the Everglades it has been definitely LeRoy Hare the
to others. It is the aim gave Salutatory,
I in two trips to the plate and scored -; proved that a ton of cane contains more than 210 pounds of sugar. I which was a well-delivered welcometo
J I both times. Bob Beardsley also Thus in the short harvest season area, from 225,000 tons of cane there of the educated man to leave behind

I will be obtained a little less than 17,000 tons of sugar, whereas in the him the result of his thinking the audience. The class history,
I I; had a perfect day at bat with a walk will
: Everglades 23,000 tons of sugar would be obtained from the same I Life is more than just making a and prophecy, given respectively -
i, i and a single in two trips and scored quantity of caneAnother .* living. by Billie Hooker, Bernice Guth-

j both times. great advantage of the Everglades is the life of the cane Guests at the rie and Roberta Spicer, were humorous -
meeting included
: I ii Only, one error was recorded on plantings. Those familiar with the Everglades are aware that as manyas Cliff B. ( and appropriate. '
Savage West
i J either team. That was made by ten annual cuttings have been obtained from one planting of sugarcane
t Beach, H. C. Kolstad, local school Principal B. 'E' Herring introduced -
:;' Pugh, Pahokee shortstop. In the in that section, although the sugar planters there only figure on the
speaker, and explained that
i absence of J. E. Baker, team manager -, four annual cuttings as against two annual cuttings from a planting of trustee and Ralph Bishop, Jr. r he had made the request of Mr.

!,. his assistant Wm. Hooks, had sugar-cane in one of the short harvest season areas. Production of The Kiwanians are planning a
but a short time and
charge of the Clewiston team. sugar per acre-year in the Everglades is more than double; that of the father-and-son night at one of ago,

!, Clewiston was' idle Thursday and short harvest season area to which reference has already been made; their meetings hI the near future. I that his address therefore would be

I' will meet Hobe Sound there Sun- simple arithmetic shows us tha't.ith, an advantage of more than twiceas I almost extemporaneous. The speaker -
and twice much John B. Keena, of Miami, however -
many cuttings from one planting as sugar per acre
day afternoon for the second ganie.
year, the Everglades is more than four times as efficient agriculturallyas N. Y. A. Official made a splendid address, despite -
West Palm Beach defeated Hobe
i the short harvest season area. I the short time of preparation.His .
II Sound to place them in a tie with
With the much longer harvest season in'the Everglades, naturallythe Visits ClewistonB. theme was "the value of unseenthings"
'I Clewiston for first place in the facilities{ much less than in the
fixed charges on agricultural are and he brought to the

league. short harvest season area. graduates a realization that the
The line-ups Sunday were as folL Adding together the advantages of longer harvest season in both
most worthwhile things in life are
Howard Brown district
: lows: the sugar-house and fields and the advantages of many times the acre- sup
not always those things ,which are
ervisor of the National Youth Ad-
: Pahokee: L. Spooner, If; Pugh, year sugar yield per planting, produces a result of great value to the visible.'

consumer nL definitely, proves 4e claim! that the Everglades is the ministration whose headquarters
: i' ss; Bardinr-1b-.Baxter.v: ; .rfS. 'l .
I : most efficient area'''supplyngity"eAmericaii"sugar l "market"'-i '''v''''V----- are. .-.in -Miaml'Yisited in this section -)' lowiJlg the.'address.. William
Spooner, 2b; Mock, cf; Crosley; 3b;
Ii Monday and Tuesday of this week Cecil Owen Jr., gave the Valedic-
ij Boynton, c; Forbes, p; Stafford, p. I
with a view to informing the tory, of the class. This was a splendid -
Clewiston: R. Hooks, 2b; Roberts -
THURSDAY CLOSING BEGINS youth of this section .of the farewell from the fifteen gradu-
i, 'if; Bell, rfVI.; Hooks, c; On Mother'sYou ,
HERE NEXT WEEK 'Day advantages offered them throughthe I ates and pointed out the accomplishments -
: a Carlton, cf; Beardsley, IbV'ard; ,
NYA. of the class in athleticsand
3b; Hare, ss; Avant p.
:! Roberts Clewiston merchants will begin Mr. Brown, whose headquartersare other school activities its record
made hit and
have not loved in
the Thursday afternoon in other :
customary scholarship and note
in Miami, is in charge of the
run, Bell made one run, W. Hooks,
0 Mother mine believe and know
closing for the summer worthy traits of the class. It is interesting
ten South Florida counties. At
, one run_ Carlton 2 hits 2 runs, pres-
The love of that sweet life
you gave
months on next Thursday, to know that six of the
ent he is interested
Beardsley 1 hit, 2 runs, Ward one In motherhood particularly in 4
May 18th. Stores will close fifteen graduates entered the first
hit, one run. C. E. Miner and J. E. enrolling boys in the NYA camp
Has not been cast on seas
at 12:30 and will twelve
promptly recently established at Sulphur grade together years ago.
Beardsley were the umpires.A .
Whose waters ebb.
crowd of about three hundred not reopen till the following Springs, near Tampa, and girls :in Mr. Herring then presented the

morning.The class to Superintendent S. A. Graves
attended the game.Elementary the NYA camp at Camp Roosevelt
date this year is about You have not loved in vain; near Ocala with a short talk in which he expressed

I __. two weeks earlier than in the Each silver hair, each deepened line Mr. Brown points with pride to his pride in the class of

Students past, most df the merchants Has served a purpose strong and Miss Katherine Wiandt of Clewiston '39 as "the largest and one of the

wishing to j-et the date forward true best" in the history of the school.
who is nearing the completionof
Receive Promotions in order to cooperatewith In motherhoodHas He stated that the class average ina
a course at Camp Roos
the local baseball gone to build a boul I group of achievement tests recently -
1 pro- evelt., ,Miss Wiandt, he says, has
That lives for thee.
the state
given throughout
The first home on
I gram. game been an outstanding student from
j I I An elementary school program Thursday afternoon is scheduled the first and is a splendid was decidedly higher than the state
; of promotion for the sixth grade for next Thursdaj.CLEWISTON You have not loved in vain; average.
example of the training given by I
was held in the school auditorium I see you now, a cheering sun the NYA. I Senior diplomas were then presented -

Friday morning, when certificatesof SUPPLY CHANGES Amid a universe of cares; by Mr. Graves to Martha
Under the set-up youths from 18
In motherhood
promotion and awards were Stella Bell,
iNC Nell Alston Christine
presented to the sixth graders.As You've made the world more fine to 25 may ,apply for .admission to Violet T. Belhea Gadsden Morris

In which to live. the camps, which are operated, as
Alice Steinholtz played Ford, Bernice Eunice Guthrie LeRoy -
C. V. Parkinson announced this far as finances arc concerned similar
a processional members of the class Hare, Billie Hooker, Zena Bell
week that the name ot the Clewiston to the CCC. In the NYA
took You have mH loved in vain camps
their ;
places on the] stage. The Pullen, George B. Smith, Roberta
invocation and devotional were giv- Supply Company has been The strain of cares, the depths of the student is paid $30 per'month, Louise Spicer Thomas :Marion

changed to Parkinson's, Inc. No fear of which $20 must go for camp
en by Father Lawrence J. Flynn, Waldron, Jr., Gaudy ,Waters, James
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who also made a splendid talk to change in ownership of the store Have found you ready, true, and subsistence. At Sulphur Springs!': :Madison Winn, Walter Owen Winu,

the class. His theme was "Peace occurred, the new name was taken rich training classes in three types of]William] Cecil Owen Jr.

I and Love", and he adapted his talk because it is more convenient than. In motherhood; workshops are being started, auto

: nicely to the'students who were the old one. I bow my head and know mechanics woodwork and metal I I F. Deane Duff, on behalf of the
I Clewiston Post of the American Le-
I t leaving the .elementary grades be- God blesses thee. work. Each boy is given three I .
I weeks in each and at the I:gion, presented the Legion awardsfor
hinqthem; and entering the Junior SCHOOL GARDEN CLUBMEETINGS -Ben Sweeney. in
High school classes. ARRANGEDMrs. close of .this. time he is assigned highest scholarship average

permanently to the class in.which I the senior high school (10.11-12
1song was sung by the, 'sixth HIGH SCHOOL ANNUALSREADY Renee
grades). These were won by
I tj grade, and Principal B. E. Herring W. P. Vaughn, Sr., has arranged FIRST OF JUNE he has shown the most aptitude and I Wethington of the 'tenth grade -,and
the balance of his training is concentrated -
]presented certificates of 'promotionto for the school Junior Garden eleventh
Richard Patterson of the
in that class. Each youth t J
tho boys and girls. He gave a Clubs to hold weekly meetingsat Mrs. Agnes Thomas, high schoo grade. ,A $25.00 cash award 'presented
must for five month period.
sign a
brief, appropriate talk, and on be- the school building during the teacher and sponsor of the Senior each year by Clarence R.

half of Miss Livonia Congdon, summer months. class states that the high schoo I High school education is not n Bitting, president of the United

teacher of the class, presented cash The third grade club will meet annual will be ready for distribu requirement except in the busi- States Sugar Corporation to the

I awards of one dollar to each of the each Tuesday at' 3 o'clock and the tion some time during the early ness classes. Mr. Brown stresses the high school senior who has ranked

I 'five pupils who had been on the fourth grade club will meet on part of June. fact that, although the youths must highest in scholarship for the, four

honor roll every month. These five Thursdays at three. be certified for admission to the
Due to the crowded calendar during years of high school work, went to
were Sue VonMach Nick I the welfare board, this
I Schiffli by
camp '
j the closing weeks of the school, William Cecil Owen, Jr. ,
I, Louis Bloupt Richard Hanna, and Mrs. R. C. Nowling left yesterday it was impossible to have the books does not mean that the require- C. E.. Miner, Clewiston memberof

Christine Reddish. for Tampa, where she is attending ready for the closing ,date. ments for the NYA camp is the the school board presented-.

Group singing' of Auld the graduation exercises at same as for welfare work. The
Lang Anyone who wishes toaorder an tendance awards for the year to

'Sync dismissed the assembly. Tampa Municipal Hospital at Davis annual and who has not done so, NYA is for the assistance of any the following 36 students, who had

C The sixth graders, who were pro Island. Mrs. Nowling's sitser, Miss may see Mrs. Thomas and place his youth who seeks special trainingand not missed a day of school: ,Nor-

moted, were Louis Blount, Richard Edith O'Steen, is one of the grad order. cannot obtain it for himself.Mr. wood Norton, Lionel Beatty, Gene

Hanna, Leonard Moore, Nick Schif uates. Brown urges that anyone Bledsoe Bobby Hanna, Christine

fli, Edwin Roath Martin who is interested should contact]
.Waldron. LIBRARY TO KEEP OPEN Espenlaub.. Lena May Johnson.

,! Willie Smith Henry Chapman, ed in' the athletic events of the Miss Dorothy Lockhart.) through Donald Pratt, Harold Broaderick

i .. Sherwood Hall, Doris Poole, Sue school were given out by Professor The school library will be open whom application)[ may be made, or, Clifford. Beatty, Solon Mills, Bar

: VonMach, Parmelia Bourne, Christine Herring at a high school assembly during the summer months during write him direct at the Calumet bara Bruce, Mary Katherine Dyess

I Reddish, Marilyn Davis ,Betty Friday morning which followed the. the hours from three to five each Building, Miami. Betty Lou Emrich, Ruth Emrich,

I r McDuffie, Lawrence Guthrie, Char- elementary assembly. Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, : Mary Ruth Johnson, June Espen-

I ;.t.,-;" Ice Lyles. Those winning these certificates: J. E. Beardsley, accompanied by laub, Grace Ward, Sally Graham,

Athletic Awards I were James Winn, Owen Vv inn, Mrs. Herbert D. Beck of Belle his son, Dan, motored to Miami Gene Mills, 'Wilma Tingle, Jim

'.,Certificates. of award to boys in, Thomas Waldron, LeRoy Hare! Bill,, Glade is visiting Mr, and ?Mrs. Gideb'u Monday to attend a meeting. of the Moody\Dqris: SJmmons) Doris Poole

f the.J Senior class; Who. had participat., Owen, and Morris Ford, r' > -, H' 'J3fown'. .' Everglades Drainage( District: bo"tlrg, (99Uttijuca; 03 Page 8)L
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NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. LaBINE $eo4d 4i844ti$ I Wise and Otherwise- y

S. Defense Measures: vADVENTURERS' "The street corner orator,"
U. .
Speeds says a writer, "may be one of
Nature's gentlemen." Naturein

Army Seeks Younger Personnel, CLUB No the man roar. ever gets so poor

that he can afford to have holesin

New Highway Network, PlannedEDITOR'S HEADLINES I FROM THE LIVES his pockets. }
% Convicts in a certain prisonare

OF PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELF! Lc writing fairy tales. It

( NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, they sounds like a waste of time, for

are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.' ) t if they'd really been good at

, _________ Copyright 1939"J. WI to'Goes ,\TI lere.? fairy tales the judge 'wouldn't.
have convicted them.
aid Poland, the latter nation being ':": '
DEFENSE Hitler's EVERYBODY: It isn't what a man says that
another that was ''jarred by HELLO
Chin Up and Out < speech into such fright that animosity a ,yarn from Hawaii-but it isn't any tale of soft matters-it's what his wife

to toward the Soviet is forgotten. moonlight and hula girls dancing on the beach of Waikiki. You guesses.
Best indication of U. S. Isn't it a pity that those old
Adolf Hitler's:Reichstag speech has Thus the Reichstag speech hastening has can forget all about the South Sea's glamor, for this is a grim treaties should have left feud- "

been Washington's rush to strengthen 'the served"encirclement"as a boomerang which, Herr Hitler : tale of soldiering in a tropic land. A tale of madness and mur- prints in the sands of time?

both military and economic defense fears and hates. der on a dank, mosquito-infested island under a blazing, searing
theoretically against any aggressor -
but obviously against the tropic sun and a sullen tropic moon
Rome-Berlin-Tokyo entente. Sample RELIEF Charles Suval of Brooklyn, N. Y., brings us this tale, and it

moves: Election Coming Up happened back in 1920, when Charley was in the army and at- Ask Me Another

Economic. Nevada's Sen.bill Key For three months an economy- tached to the 13th Field Artillery, stationed at the Schofield bar-
offered -
Pittman boldly a permitting
the President to block Amer- minded congress has sought meansof racks near Honolulu. Hawaii has a pretty swell reputation herein A General Quiz

ican shipments to Japan or any other returning relief to the states, the United States. It's supposed to be the next thing to para-
thereby destroying WPA, slashing ------- -----------------
violator of the nine-power treaty. dise. And I guess it is-for the tourists who live in the hotels 1

Plainly designed to rush a decisionon federal U. S.appropriations only a allocator and makingthe and and hang ,around sun-bathing on the beaches all day long. But The Questions
U. S. neutrality, policy, the bill 1. What is a party of lions
,brought a quick answer that Japan general overseer. Until late April : for a soldier, Charley says, it's anything BUT a paradise. called, ?

would be "forced" to strengthen its President Roosevelt had commentedon Soldiers don't get much chance 't'o loaf around on the 2. What is the difference be-

bonds with Germany and Italy if endorse the new a program ban on politicsinrelief.Then no. more: thanto beaches. In fact, they're lucky if they ever see a beach. tween a typhoon and a tycoon?

congress passed the bill. however, he asked congress The Schofield barracks are 28 miles from town. In 1920, those barracks 3. Does nicotine stain the fingers
Army. Secretary of War Harry weren't either modern or comfortable. Just a bunch of wooden build- yellow?

Woodring offered a bill to hasten 1939i477OOQ,000 ings with darned few conveniences. The place was hot, and it swarmed 4. What animal skeleton is keptin
retirement of over-age and unfit offi- with mosquitoes."It the bathroom?
l;$ ; ; fit}
cers, because "we,are the only power 5. Who was' the author' of the
the need was bad enough for us old-timers," says Charley., "but for the
which has not recognized 1938 alliances"
rookies it was plenty' tough." Most of ,the old-timers like Charley had phrase "entangling ? 1
in command.
Next for younger, fall, it was men announced, aging I $2,258,943,000; %. :ta J been stationed in the tropics before. They were used to it. The rookies slow"6. Which"Drive is correct, "Drive
Gen. Malin Craig will be succeededas 1937 had to get used to it, too-and most of them did.. But a few of them or slowly"

chiefof: staff by 58-year-old Brig. I $1,536,584,2501 1 were sent back to the States with their papers marked ,"undesirable." The Answers
Gen. George Catlett Marshall. Mean- And nine times out of ten that meant that the poor rookie had cracked 1. A pride.

while a door closed behind the vast 1936 under the strain of sweltering in the sun all day and lying in a hot bed 2. The first is a type of cyclone.A .

arms expansion program as orders I $1,880,693,074?:%18 J slapping- at mosquitoes all night. tycoon is an important personin

were issued to keep secret the number Strange, Moody Youngster Surprises Barrack Mates. business.
of war planes ordered and delivered 1935 3. No.: Nicotine is colorless; the

and to discharge all aliens I $1,396,939,691 1 There was a young lad in Charley SuvalTs outfit whom every- yellow is tobacco tar.
working in private plants which fill body spoke of as "The Kid." He was a quiet youngster from I 4. Most people keep a sponge in

munitions orders. RELIEF SINCE 1935 the first, but the longer he stayed at the Schofield barracks, the the bathroom, which really is the

Navy. Engineering, ordnance and Chart shows appropriations since 1935 more quiet and more moody he became. lIe kept to himself skeleton of a very ,energetic ani-

construction repair departmentsmay compared with the new request (at top).. most of the time, and since he didn't seem to want to be bothered mal, usually found by divers in
be merged in one of several Pending appropriation represents only with friends, the other lads in the barracks left him strictly alone. the sea.

navy department streamliningmoves. original budget request, while figures for No one thought-least of all Charley-that that kid was close to 5. Thomas Jefferson.

Other naval developments: prciious three years represent original, the breaking point. Nor did anyone even dream that before long 6. "Dr slowly" is better Eng-

(1) Maritime Commission Chairman request plus monies voted later. he would be 'the cause of a grim and heartless tragedy. But it lish, although "Drive slow" is gen-

Emory S. Land asked more power to for a $1,723,000,000 appropriation to wasn't so many days after that that the kid was put on guard duty erally accepted as correct.NERVOUS.

requisition purchase ships for national meet relief needs during the 1939-40 one night-and what happened thereafter is what we're going to

defense; (2) about $9,000,000WAR'S fiscal year, of which $1,477,000,000would let Charley tell us 'about mow.
go for WPA. Tacitly, there- Says Charley: "We had been having a torrid spell for more than a
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vx: $yT u. fore, he spanked reform measures week, and when it's hot in Honolulu, it's plenty hot. The air was so ?
proposed by South Carolina's Sen.

James J. Byrnes and Virginia's Rep. Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?
Clifton Woodrum, making it plain Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold
those dearest to ?
1' that he 'wants WPA kept intact and you
If your nerves are on edge and you feel
moreover is opposed to Republican you need a good general system tonic; try
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
plans for decentralizing 'relief.
made especially! for women.
High points in the message: (1) For over 60 years one woman has told an-
other how to go"smiling thru"with reliable
continued volume
high unemployment Pinkham's Compound. It helps nature build
'is due largely to a 500,000 an- up more physical resistance and thus helps
3. 4s1C ,sx:, calm quivering nerves and lessen discomforts
nual influx of new workers; (2) relief from annoying symptoms which often accompany -
needs will remain high'until the female functional disorders.

U. S., like the rest of the world, has Over Why not one give million it a women chance have to help written YOU inreporting ?

undergone "a process of readjust- wonderful benefits from Pinkham's

f ment, particularly in connectionwith Compound.
production and distribution of

goods;" (3) retainance of present
formula on federal-state division of Gird Misfortune

WPA costs '(20-25 per cent by the Yield not to misfortune, but ad-

states) is essential; (4) the new gov- Then, suddenly, The Kid's gun went up. He fired. vance all the more boldly against

ernment reorganization plan will re- them.-V ergil.B'BLIOU5.
4 %l rr sult in whereas damp and muggy that it seemed to stick ,to you like glue. We tried all
WPA economizing,
sorts of dodges to keep cool, but none of them seemed to do any good.
return of relief to 'the states would
--_..-. .- ,. ..--.' ..,y j I result in "inefficiency and confusion "One night, four of us, Corporal Bradley, Corporal Howe, a privateand
I through lack of coordination'and myself were trying to get some relief from the heat. We drank too ?

WOODRING uniformity." much of the native drink called OKEOLEHUE. About midnight we Hero Is Amazing Relief for
Youth to the fore. started to stroll around bit-all of us feeling pretty good.We walked Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowel
Though $1,477,000,000 for 1939-40 toward the gun park, and as we neared it we were challenged by a If you think all laxatIves ,
was asked to recondition five over- WPA relief is far from a high-water. .n II/It:! Jpcd'fj act alike lust try this
sentry. .. all veg"ablo lautln.
age battleships; (3) agitation beganfor mark (see chart), congressional his- '-' .H--=:- So mild thorough, re-
Those four lads recognized the sentry's voice. It was The Kid. lreluln invigorating. Dependable relief from
a. $5,000,000 naval air research torials recall that for the past three sick headaches bilious spells, tired feeling when
station at March field Calif. Usually he was quiet and .moody, but now his voice sounded associated with constipation.
deficiency appropriations have
years Sct a 25 from your
Without Risk Make the
Transportation. President been needed to fill WPA's cof- sullen and angry. drugglbt. then
empty IT not delighted return the box to us. We will
velt recommended 26,700 Roose-j fers before year's end. Carefully "What,do you mean by making all that racket? he growled. refund the purchase
price. Th-t't fair.
new national highways to care making no accusations, they never- The Kid Had a Strange Look in His Eye. Get NR Tablets today.
growing peacetime traffic and meet theless reflect that next is elec-
year Colt out of its holster. As they ALWAYS CARRY
defense The Kid had his .45 Army QUICK RELIEF
requirements. tion when smart politicianswill
came nearer, Charley saw that he had a wild, strange look in his FOR ACIDINDIGESTION
know better than to slash ,
relief ,
EUROPE rolls for economy's sake. eye. It might have been a warning to.him, but it meant nothing ,
tto Bradley. After quite a few drinks of okeolehue,. Bradley was

Boomerang in a fine jovial mood. Grinning from ear to ear, he waved a

Viewed in retrospect, the biggest I HEADLINERSMARQUESS careless hand at The Kid. Base Bondage

results of Adolf Hitler's infamous "One side, rookie," he said. "And next time you see the general, Guilt may bear the name of virtue -

Reichstag speech took place before I OF LOTHIAN don't forget to salute." but it is base bondage.-Epic-

that speech was ever made. In that Then, suddenly, The Kid's gun went up. He fired! "Bradley," tetus.

frantic week of anticipation when Born 57 years ago as plain says Charley, "died before he hit the ground. Howe and the private

war seemed more imminent than Philip Henry Kerr, Lord Lothian stood looking stunned. ,My own brain was spinning around in circles,
any time in 20 years, jittery nations takes Britain's No. 1 diplomatic but instinctively I tackled The Kid around the legs, bringing him to his l ? KILL ALL FLIES

found courage to choose sides, com- jbb next summer when he be- knees. Then Howe closed in, trying to help, while the private ran back Placed anywhere. Daisy Fly t

mit themselves and forget traditional comes ambassador toward the barracks for more men." s iuarantecd.attracts effective.Kille and kills. Ir'eat.flics

animosities. Sample: Democratic to the U. S. s;'! Charley says that by that time The Kid was a raving maniac. He % >]convenleat-Cannot) epWWUinotebllorlaureanYthing-
Britain and Communistic Russia A charter member and another at Howe as he came ->lists all season. 20c .t 1
fired a shot as Charley tackle fiim- dealers. Harold Bomers, Inc.,
,discovered both their 'geese mightbe of Lady As- /- ;x to Charley's aid. After that he kept right on shooting-shooting wild- h J 50 Do Kalb Avo..B'Uyn.N.Y.

cooked unless they got together. tor's allegedly 37 k shooting at anything in sight. DAISY FLtYKILLER[
If Der Fuehrer's
conciliatory refusal pro-Nazi "Clive
The Kid Gets Fresh Clip of Cartridges.
of President Roosevelt's a
peace den set, he be- i
plea broke the European tension, its gan advocating 2 Charley had a grip on his gun hand. None of the shots had done From Within

stern reassertion of German deter- appeasement in t % any damage. But in the heat of the struggle Howe gave Charley a push. Human improvement is from

mination did not allow lesser nationsto 1934 by urging"elementary Charley lost his ,grip on The Kid's arm. within outwards.-Froude.

forget that tension. Russia, Brit- jus su :+ It was just for a second-but it was disastrous. The Kid had
ain and France hastened their triple tice" for Hitler emptied his gun, and now he used that moment of freedom to

entente as the foundation for a con- via negotiation.As take out the empty clip from -his automatic and insert a fresh Malaria Chills Fever
tinent-wide network of lesser pacts. wartime sec- load of cartridges. Before Charley could get hold of his arm he
The Soviet wooed Poland Rumaniaand Td.r.Gabl. Ou'din.Slop chips and
retary to ex-Premier David Lloyd had fired another shot-and another.
Turkey. Britain also f.rar,cleans blood of mdaria.Famous
George, the marquess became a stomach The second bit
in Howe's
The first shot found its mark rintt. ;
for 50 yan Monty-back gu ;;
key, hoping to cement Bulgaria, Ru- British "Colonel House" and has into Charley's shoulder. Blood began to flow from the wound, and the

mania and Greece in a Balkan en- remained in close advisory posi- sight of it made Charley mad. "I lost all caution," he says, "and all Villa
tente. In the Baltics OXIDINEThe I
Poland reasserted tions under I
subsequent McDonald .T
my ideas about taking The Kid into the barracks unhurt. I began looking
its determination to stave and Chamberlain regimes. He heavy stone and threw it as hard as
around for a weapon, picked up a
off German demands
on Danzig and
advocated "treaty politics" as for The Kid's head."
I could, aiming straight
pressed mutual defense
wilh against "power politics. Ameri- The stone found its mark. The Kid went down and lay likea SHOPPING best place
Finland, Esthonia; Latvia and
cans will find him an advocate ofBritain's
Lithuania. log-and the tragic battle was over. to start your shop-
resuming token war Both Howe and Bradley were dead when they picked them up. ping tour is in
The biggest certainty in European, debt payments. Bachelor, twicean They were buried with full military honors. Charley went to the hos- I 'T.ourWEEKLY your favorite: easy-
diplomacy appears' to' be
French- earl, once a viscount and four pital, and by the time he got out, The Kid had been sent back to the chalI',WIth an open
British aid '
military against Germany
times a baron, he gained his titles doesn't know what became of him-but he doesn't newspaper.
if the Reich presses its demands in 1930 by inheritance from a States. Charley ]Make a habit of reading the advertisements -
bear The Kid any ill feeling. After all, it wasn't his fault. You can
against Poland. The second biggest distant cousin. in this paper every week. Theycan
certainty is11 that: Russia will also lay the blame on the sun-and the heat-and those doggone mosquitoes. save you time, energy and money.
Copyright.-WNU Service. ""



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I Babies DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing-"HIGH-HAT HANK" By Joe Bowers I

I N Parents "Matched' to
At Evanston's Famous CradleI ME

r I:! Celebration of child v J' ,
, ,I': health clay, May 1, and WNAT

I I: i I HI HiP'H\i!i it boys and girls week, May

t j i: 1 to 8, focuses attentionon

I ,the Cradle, famed in-
stitution at Evanston,

: l', j I Ill., where in 15 years
:, iJi Mrs. William B. Walrath Port SHED MAYBE \ A\'WP\S CASTING

i, ::1 I; # has cared for 3,000 ba- WEL.L- HE REFLECTIONS ON SoMEBoDJrYc

I bies deprived of their I5
,I! I; natural parents. 0 I

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L,I ':,:,', ;;j d df i':: WHAT to EAT and WHY I Ic.

", 1 V
I f E with a, fruit dessert. This type of
I ::1 '
I, I :", I Houston Goudiss Gives Timely Advice on Planning meal appeals to the appetite and

f. Meals for provides substantial amounts of
Languid AppetitesBy minerals and vitamins.

Salads Twice a DayA
THE weather begins to get warmer, many families de- crisp appetizer salad makes

I II II I k iJL velop a finicky attitude toward food. They come to the a good beginning for the main

I i: table with little appetite and claim that nothing tastes good. meal of the day. A combination of

I Before you reproach them,*.however, give some thought to watercress, dandelion greens, let-

! the type of meals you are serving. Do they contain an tuce or shredded cabbage, with
fruit, or a small amount of a sav-
abundance of crisp, succulent greens which" tempt the eye ory fish paste will intrigue the

1"I and the palate and'furnish important minerals and vitamins? most reluctant appetite. And when

!: :; Do they include v iuicy v fruits with their refreshing. flavors and the salad is served at the begin-

: II appetite-stimulating fruity ning of a meal, you can be sure
I: that it will be eaten before the
,\' r aM:: iMMariRow.". .i' 0. azaow aiiC, acids? Have you cut down
and breads constitute
I : j they our hunger is satisfied.

I f Above, Mrs. Walrath, assisted by the chauffeur of a friend of somewhat on carbohydratesand most important source of bulk or Another way to ,get additional
fats? Or are you still vegetables into a meal is to mold
week-old maternity center to the
the Cradle, brings a girl from a
{Iii '" offering enough energy foodsat them in gelatin and serve as a din-
home. Six thousand applications are on file, but they are filled Get of Milk
Plenty ner salad.. Or an assortment of
: ''i with ,the greatest of care. Parents must meet social, personal and each meal to supply the Milk is another food that shouldbe fruits can be 'treated in the same
'i economic requirements. Foster parents are told only that their fuel requirements of cold
!;, used generously, because it way and used as a combinationsalad
" v ,if': child is normal, that the natural parents are free of disease, that winter days? contains such a wide assortment and dessert. If prepared

I.| i I babies are "matched" to adopting parents as to racial, national and \ A carefully chosen diet is an ex- of protective substances. It is our gelatin desserts are used, a wide

I background, and that the Cradle baby has cellent remedy for the let-down foremost source of calcium, whichis variety of color and flavor combi-
h : care. feeling that both children and required for the teeth, bones nations can be achieved with very
Ir;; :::2 : : = adults often experience at this and for sound healthy nerves. Andit little effort; and children will eat

season. For science has discov- contains every known vitamin in them with relish.You'll .
ered what food substances are varying amounts.If be surprised to discoverhow
necessary to promote appetite and your family does not care for quickly interest can be stimu-
digestion, to help maintain buoy- milk as a beverage, make frequent lated by serving familiar foods ina
ant health. use of cheese which is essentially new way!
milk in concentratedform.

( Obtaining the Appetite VitaminWe And use milk freely in Questions Answered .
and for desserts.It .
sauces making
-- Mrs. G. M. F.-The green outer
for. that when
know example can also be incorporated in
leaves of lettuce or cabbage are
the appetite is poor, there maybe to be
nourishing cream ,
i soups
'r richer in vitamin A than the color-
I ''I ", I II a deficiency. of served for luncheon or supper less leaves at, the inside of the
mat part of the VItamin -
I Follow the soup with a salad made
head. For this reason, it's advis-
1,1: B complex from and
crisp greens including a
able to shred them'and use for a
Ii' which nutritionistscall food such cheese nuts
protein as ,
I, B,. There is salad or sandwiches.
or eggs. And top off6YDS.FLOWERED -WNU-C.Houston Goudiss-1939-62.
i v both experimentaland
I[ v clinical evi-
: \ dence that this vitamin -

I ''I I II' the is essentialfor mainte- HOW SEW RUTH By WYETH I

of keen
,I ,I /4 nance a ap- SPEARShow

,1<-" .. "'"......w, petite. In addition, .
it is also required .
-- -- -- -- -- - -- -- - --
t lor me normalfunctioning
the valance problem was
of the digestive tract, 5'/4YDS-BLUE CHINTZ CHINtZ solved. As my clever young hostess -
I J I so that it must be provided in sufficient OYOS.alAS BINDING pointed out, this is really a,
Above Mrs. Walrath'sdaughter
amounts if food is to be
bright idea because the valance
I \ Gretchen, reviews utilized to best advantage. and its foundation make a cover

I in detail with a Kenosha Among the foods which supply for the springs in case they are

i Wis., manufacturer this vitamin are whole grain ce- not the boxed type.

and his wife, who have reals, bran, eggs, milk, peas, With the help of Book 1, you can
come to adopt a child, beans, carrots, spinach and cab-' make many of the things you have
i their,original application bage., It is also found in many been wanting for the house. Book

i filed several months before fruits, though usually in lesser I _1 MATTRESSSTITCH: THE VALANCE 2-Embroidery and Gifts, is fall of

I making certain that amounts. In general, a most sat- TO AN OLD SHEET OR ideas for ways to use your spare
conditions remain ; ; isfactory way to insure a liberal 1 Iii MUSLIN cur TO FIT time in making things for your-
i un- ,intake of the appetitepromotingvitamin J JI// I THE TOP OF THE self or to sell. Books are 25 cents

I I changed.TV nBP lf -&><%?' : is to include in the diet BED SPRINGS- each. If you order both books, the

___.. _, mNm.. ',,_. N.._,.._...,_.. <, // generous amounts of whole grain quilt leaflet illustrating 36 authentic -
i I / -/ "}T //f| ;;f cereals, milk, vegetables and A. SMART new house it was, embroidery stitches will be in-

I "t c j 4; tAft fruits. As these foods likewise and all the curtains and slip- cluded FREE. Address, Mrs.
11 contribute many other necessary covers were made by followingmy Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi-

substances, they rate a promi- sketches in Book 1, SEWING, cago, Ill.

.... ;%,. ... nent place in the, dietary. for the Home Decorator! But
I ; to the second floorit
I i iI I when we carrie

I Above, the adopting Foods That, Build BloodIt was my turn to get a few
f pointers.The .
parents see their child
is also extremely importantthat
treatment of each of the two
; L;; who greets them with menus for finicky eaters bedrooms was quite dif
H IJ J I lusty howls since she has should be rich in iron. For this ferent. One was very simple witha

i just been awakened from mineral is necessary for the for- ,lovely old quilt used for a bed-

i :.: a sleep. But the crying mation of the hemoglobin or red spread; the other was in flowery
\ >;1 soon subsided. Left, on pigment in the blood-and it is the glazed chintz with strong accents 1
x xYI the sec ncl Poor of the hemoglobin that carries purifying I of bright greenish blue. Both beds

!I I:1 Cradle's two buildings I oxygen to every cell in the, body. ,required; a valance that would not
Iron-rich foods include liver, eggs, at Price of CharacterThe
be removed. with the spread
::1:1I 4 are special for whole grain cereals, dried fruits, night... man who makes a character -
; 25 to 35 babies. Each I Edward Young.
and green, leafy vegetables. Here is the flowered bedspreadand makes foes.-
i if crib is partitioned off by
I have repeatedly urged the gener- the small sketch shows you
J glass: ous consumption of green, leafy
'I : : vegetables, and I cannot too f.fJ
I > ; ; "
>>/ "" M. > """":''' w. their impor-
j I : !P: ;:.- ;# !F" 1 I II I tance strongly as a emphasize source of iron, as wellas ( SAFETY TALKS ) @Y
t ,
I 0.70'y'' ,
II I II' # .. ', !. other essential minerals and SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM
I ;
; : .:1 ,
, 1 ''I i ""'m" ;:v."w"': '...",",,,< .. vitamins.
( I Driving Too Fast
] A delivers the
nurse Keep the Diet Laxative OF THE 28 states which pub- IEiiADVERTISEMENTS
1 baby in the living room fatal traffic accident nEW
of 'advice that
1\ Another piece
and the new, father and ,21'classi
warrants repetition is my frequent summaries for the year, -
mother, tears and smiles recommendation that you include fied more drivers as "exceedingthe
II appearing together, take speed limit" or "driving too modern living.
.. in the diet 'adequate amounts of are your guide to
: \i. over. Beside the moth. bulky foods. These are necessaryto fast for conditions" than were They bring you today's NEWS
I \ er is Mrs. Walrath. The help promote normal elimina- charged with_ any other kind of about the food you eat and the
\ clothes wear the stores you
infant now has parents, tion. If your menus contain too improper driving.All visit and you the home you live in.
\ a six-year-old brother, many highly concentrated foods, 28 states combined, says the Factories everywhere are turningout
r"' National Safety council, in its 1938 and interesting products.
;'. and a home on Wiscon irregular health may re- new
a- sult. And that in itself may be edition of "Accident Facts, reported find out about
\ sin's Lake Michigan, its 9 And the place to
future responsible for a feeling of lassi- about 18 per cent of these new things is right here in
1 happiness quite tude and a lack of interest in drivers in fatal accidents and this newspaper. Its columns are
tvell assured in a better- eating. Here again fruits and about 9 per cent of the drivers in filled with important messages
I I \than-average American To- non-fatal accidents were in this which you should read.
Yt' vegetables are important.
I. I. ; home. I gether with whole grain cereals category.

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For tales years of tourists I have and been, 'winter listeningto vis- ,..ti i ,, .," -Author Unknown."-, :::....tt......i..M..i..:..tt..i.'.i"i..i .............................................................,......................................................-...........................::;:::

itors about how Florida sticks them .. Yt

for hotel accommodations, for meals I "',

and in other ways and while in a I t,
few instances such complaints may 5)N
be held at Ilialeah!" at 7 o'clock. WI
justified I've found from personal I I 'iI '
experience, as have many other Burton's experience reminds nve The mid-we service I iR o

Floridians, that our state is no that a fellow complained bitterlyto continues with chapter RFoGrrlcr itoq

worse than a lot of other places.I me because he was charged $5a "Our Doctrines". The I'

got a 'big kick out of listeningto day for a room !in Tampa duringthe is "Jesus Christ". ; F it IIIIU
Burton Schoepf, president of 'Florida Fair 'and Gasparilla
Tamiami Trail ,Tours, tell me of Carnival,. and howled about a steak On Monday afternoon at : I(5Y \ J
at the church the G. A. ( ;
his experiences in Louisville last dinner that cost him two bucks, ;;.
; illiary) will be organized. .
and had visitorsin
week during the Kentucky we over 100,000 '
Being called north on Derb"j the city that day. So comparedto for all, girls nine to 111Pa4oeo
Louisville we are just a bunchof of age and is being
he found his schedule per
the Woman's Missionary
mit him to stop off and take in the pikers.
Mrs. Arch Hodges is the
Derby at Churchill Downs. "He arrived And while Florida innkeepers into oblivion
All girls are invited to
in Louisville to find every may advance their prices a bit on 1 .
hotel filled and had the hardest occasions, I Know: of one of them ,
Kind of a time getting a "c bby that does right well by the "home I Royal Palm: A'enucI With Our Direct-Reduction Home

hole" of a room at the nominal !I folks" for I've just returned from I Forest C. Taylor. Loan Plan, each monthly payment
of 20. In clerk Jacksonville where I was the, guest tE"ESZ
rate $ fact the assured j '
him he was lucky to get of "Bob" Kloeppel, who operatesthe I I roON : ?THfl AN cancels. a portion of the l loan. ThaI

even that. Food was as hard to get George Washington and Mayflower A service in observance I 4o part is no interest t
gone-- you pay
as were rooms, but he managed to hotels in that city, and the,I er's Day" will be held %AAUCINCN
satisfy his hunger with a platter of George Washington at West Palm I o'clock Sunday morning. Mp it cj on i it-- and you are that much near-

plain old fashioned ham and eggs Beach. will furnish a program of DC'' er debt-free home ownership. Ask

which set him back one buck and He gave a little party for 'members ate music and the S
N and shall receive further: good
the coffee was extra at 15c a cup, of the Legislature, state of- have for the sermon pi.n you

take it or leave it! 1 ficials and other special guests. Tallahassee National Heart Song." news about our home loan plan.

"What?" I asked-"No 5c or- must have looked like a Sunday school at 9:45 ;

ange juice?" I deserted vilalge over the week-end, day in the year.
for it to that\ about Christian Endeavor ,
seemed me just ;;)
"If there was anything in Louis
\ attended "Bob's" party, day evening at 6:30.
everybody Clewiston Federal
ville being offered tat 5c", he says. ; Savings
from Governor Cone on down. The public is cordially !
"I didn't i nn-i R.'V Then he
Everyone had a wonderful time to worship, in the :
launched into a description of his
and it served to break the tension : church.
experience at the race track. The and Loan Association
and gave our legislators a chanceto I I Jj
taxi from his hotel to Churchill (Continued on 'Page
let their hair down and catch
Downs was $5. All grandstand seats f 4
their breath before the plunge into
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ficial duties. The ,great
only. party was a yy ,,
'success and should prove immensely xx .
With] some 80,000 people milling
helpful to .
about, the grounds, the problem of everyone. II ;YAl l

race finding was a something vantage point to. worry to view about.the -BSIiflfl!!!!! lIImmlmlmmw.iimlil!;[ iU! il! lljlliiillliimmimllmll!! ll I6! :'i"XXt:::' ENJOYAN ..:;-',;"L., .., .i:::..;-:.

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After being pushed and shovedby gJ : !
the milling mob, he finally man-I WITH' THE ._ XXA. < >;;: XA

aged to work his way to within ,
I S Churches i
about 75 or 80 feet of the track ,
where he 'was jammed in so tightit i : oh.; 'I.. .
!! :;.:. ;, ?t
Lmrn md ..."':.... ,
was all he could do to breathe. f Illlh rn! i iiii!m i III rnim!i Iiilll I i f I lllllui;!m mlrn III i iii m !; SY "'.: '
Dy this lime the first race was HOME I
on, and, according to Burton, all FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH > t 1 : U.s"

he saw of it was the tops of the I Corner Ventura and Central Avenue .ti I. ., "_0"" "' .-;:', '" .. ..
jockeys' caps' as they flashed by. "The Friendly Church" :::: :.c .. ... \ ',: 'J'f.". : : ., :;:::

Noting that some folks around him Marshall Mines, Pastor.: ?? "

were standing on boxes to gain a XXXX

better view;: he made inquiries and Services 'every Sunday: :: :i;: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that 1F:::;:
managed to rent a box from a Sunday School, 9 :45 a. m., B.
kid for $1.00.' Climbing up on this E. Herring, Supt. ::;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :;:::

for the next race, he did better, Morning Worship: 11:00. : Sermon -I YY
efficiently :;:
home and one that will do everything quickly, ::
for while he still couldn't see the by the I Pastor. .:.
horses, he discovered that the jockeys B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m., Mrs. Herman _i:_;: and economically" I,.

had on :blouses as well as caps. Davis, acting director. .Ay.,.

During the excitement of the Evening Preaching' 8:00 p.. m., :::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast ::::
; ; or i
race, he had the box knocked out Sermon by: the Pastor. 1 : .....

from under him, and before he Midweek Service at8x:00 every Wednesday :!:::: give your eyes two'" hours'' of safe reading light or operate :;::i:
could get on his feet again some- evening p. m.
body had swiped his foot stool. The public is cordially invited to :8::: your radio for :most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is .**

vast Trying sea to of hats see anything and heads over was the out attend all our services. :;::i: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :;::!:
of the question, so he pushed his May is Consecration month and I 1

way to a lunch stand where, witha we bring a message this Sunday :AXY;::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :::i::

hotdog in one hand and a bottleof morning on "Consecration in Love". .t.
::?: that is all electric and modern. I: : '
Cocoa Cola in the other he enjoyed This will be followed next Sunday )

the rest of the races even morning with "Consecration in Liv- A *:*x

though he couldn't see 'em. ing" and the following Sunday | ,. : .y.
. Just because it seemed to be morning with "Consecration in La- r ...11I 't

the thing to do, he got a $5 tick- bor". Don't fail to hear every one iAX. y
et to "show" on the colt "On Lo- of these messages.In I ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV.' :::;:
cation"-to be informed after the ''" '.'..t.yA .
keeping with the observance
race that his choice finished a of Mother's Day the pastor bringsa I : "
poor last, about an eighth of a message on Sunday evening call- =l' ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :1

mile behind "Johnstown", the win- ed "Holding :::..
our Heritage* Is it I +::: _
ner. .
smart to be "modern"? How "old ::
"It was a great race," he says, fashioned" should we be?" How yA t- -- -- "-4- in

"and the greatest crowd I've ever much do we owe to our mothers?
been jostled about in, and whileI Come Sunday night and hear this
can't say that I SAW the Derby, message.At 'Ii AUV i!
I can at least say that I attendedit. the business meeting Wednes- .'.:tIii :

And while there is 'considerable day night A. H. King was :electedB. '
doubt in my mind as to whetheror T. U. director and Mrs. Herman
not the experience was worth Davis, associate director. Mrs. L. Glades Power and light Co. II III

what it cost, it nevertheless con- C. Miller was elected. Sunday school
vinced me that I like Florida bet- secretary I ...:. I !.
ter than anywhere else on earth; Choir practice 'will be held on I ':" t. .::i:
that, compared to other sections, Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. I" :" u' ..
we give our visitors a mighty good The : I ..t.st .. ..
weekly meeting of teacher J ----

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f i ."( '' /\Holstine-Congdon\ H. Walker, Dirs.ytr:1 jt H., Simmons, Is Your ;:Subscription Paid?
Are *
r i Nuptials Mrs., .C W. Simmons and-Miss:( Elsie ,

i ,,1 N Personals f I ;. Solemnized Here On Sunday Lammons. ADOPTS BOY- '. FOR .XT.-Three apartment. Private room furnished hath.Available -.

round. L. A.
j year
I 1 .. "1
; Mr. and Mrs. J. Grady Niblack Wells. 2tMo-12
;I L. A. Turner left' Monday to visit Miss Livonia Congdon and Elias Immediately following the cere- have taken into their home for

H. Holstine, Jr.,. were united in mony, the bride and groom left
i relatives in Dothan, Alabama... / adoption a fine two months old baby -
I ) _. marriage Sunday afternoon, .at five for a two month's wedding trip boy, to whom they have given FOR RENT.-Furnished garage
I', : J { o'clock In a pretty ceremony per- in the North, during which'they the name John Grady, Jr.EVELYN I apartment, also one furnishedroom.
I Mrs. 1. M. Pafford spent '
Mr. and
I : + formed by the Rev. Father Law- will visit the groom's parents. 1\Irs'l I' Phone No. 76. F. L. Williamson -
afternoon in Fort Myers.
Saturday: rence J. Flynn in the presence ofa Holstine travelled In a ensembleof : tf '
I large assemblage of friends and white crepe with royal blue bol-
Mr. and Mrs. J.. G. Niblack -motored -, FOURTH BIRTHDAY SATURDAYMrs. ,
L relatives. ero and overskirt and royal blue
to Jacksonville the first of
Plans 'had been made for an accessories.
j the week. A.V.. Dodge entertained a
outdoor wedding in the beautiful After a two month's stay in the
few of the children in her neigh- J. M. COUSECounselor
flower gardens'of Mrs. Leah Spicer North the couple will return to
Mr. and Mrs. '11.Y.. Bigg were I borhood Saturday with a party hon-
and a pretty setting had been: Clewiston to reside.
; visitors Saturday in West Palm oring the fourth birthday of her and Attorney at l.: w
. arranged there, but a downpour of: Among the oui-or-town guests
, I daughter, Evelyn.
Beach. ;
I rain at the hour set for the ceremony al the wedding were Dr. and Mrs.C. i Hopkins Building:
The children who
enjoyed the
'r -
caused the wedding to beheld E. Congdon, of Alva, Mrs. E. J. I
I party and the refreshments of ice and
Dave Alston was a business visitor in the living room of the Rogero and Miss Faustina Rogeroof Wednesdays Saturdays ,.

r j in Miami the first of the I home of ,Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig. Miami, Miss Saundal Watsonof cream and cake were Bevoly and 0:30 to 4:00 .
Bettye Carol Flaniken, Carol and
,! week: I An improvised altar was arranged Pompano, Mrs. Mary Hayes
Jean Augur, Bobby Smith, Howard
before double windows where Davis of LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs.
Smith, Billy Broadfoot, Kay Paf-
Mrs. C. C. Gantt and Mrs. V. E. I against drawn blinds_ four basketsof Judson Francis, Mrs. Preston G.
ford, Emma Jane Ezelle and Al-
+ it Bryant of Moore Haven were visitors assorted asters and roses with White of Canal Point, Mrs. Homer
fred Dodge.ST. .
;, I; here Tuesday. I mingled baby's breath were arranged. Taylor of LaBelle, Miss Elizabeth FRYERS FOR SALE

The altar was overlaid with a Ward, Fort Myers; Mr. and Mrs. I

{ Miss Winnie Mae Vickers and hand crocheted cloth which reached Alexander, Fort Myers; Mrs.. EdnaF. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC

a Miss, Ruth Blum of Okeechobee I the floor and on which was placed Grady, Fort Myers; Mr. A. CHURCH Geo. Messer

;! were recent visitors in Clewiston.Dr. .I a crystal bowl of roses flanked by Betz, Sarasota; Mr. and Mrs. Den- Rev. Laurence J. Flynn, Pastor

two tall ,candelabra with lighted nis Small, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. A
I Graves, LaBelle Mrs. Homer Wake Mass each Sunday morning at '
white tapers. The couple exchanged ;
I and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and field, Lakeland. S o'clock, excepting the last Sun- Countv Line \\r'
their vows kneeling a white sat
Emma Jane Ezelle left Monday to I
J I day of the month when the time Is
I r
spend a week in West Palm Beach. in pillow. I(I 11- 10:30. Hooker's Point Road (
u Prior to the ceremony F. M.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB Confessions are heard every Sat-
Wright 0 Promise Me" with
sang ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Jennings and urday evening from 7:30: until 8:30
Miss Alice Steinholtz
family spent several days in La- as accomp- and before all the Masses.
The Wednesday afternoon bridge
I anist. First to enter the strainsof
'I i Belle the latter. part of the week. the wedding march;as were played club met this veek with Mrs. W.H. Week-day Mass every morning at

were the ushers, Charles Benson Lanier hostess. A hall pitcher in 7:30.

'. $.oi. Mr. and Mrs., H. C. Kolstad, A. and Ken Harris. Next came Miss red Fiesta ware was won by Mrs Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof

O. Ward and Kim Kolstad spent Mae W'hitten, bridesmaid, who wore Keathley Bowden, who held high Perpetual Help are conducted -: FOR SALE :-

;I Sunday in Miami. ,I II Ii an afternoon gown of peach mous- score, and a water set by Mrs. R. Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed -

I I i I II seline de soie with bolero trimmed C. Wilson who won the cut prize. by Benediction of the Most

I l' II I 'Miss Saundal Watson of Poui-]I with applique. She wore a natural Chicken salad, wafers, cookies Blessed Sacrament. Chinchilla Rabbits

''I I pano spent the wek-end in Clewiston. colored straw hat trimmed with and tea were served by the host- Religious Instruction Class for

I I flowers and carried an old-fashioned ess to Mrs. Bowden, Mrs. Wilson children Saturday morning at nine
; I Ij -- II bouquet of mixed garden flowers. Mrs. P.. N. Smith, Mrs. G. B. here in Clewiston, and after Sunday 50c up

Thomas, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs.L. Mass in Pahokee.
j Jack Moorman, Wilbur McGehee
II The maid of honor. Miss Lois
I Hare have left for Wilmington I C. Miller and Mrs. H. R. Hall. The Mass schedule of Pahokee is
and LeRoy -
;1 .' Alexander, was gowned in peach
J .' Delaware for the summer.!I silk net, fashioned with long. full 10:30 every Sunday, excepting Call at Bare Beach
', n' -.-- i BUSINESS MEKTilCG OF W. :M. S. last Sunday of the month, when
skirt and fitted bodice. She wore
: It I I HELD AT BAPTIST CHURCH Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub- Store
: Miss Mae Whitteu left Monday a garden hat trimmed with flowers
.- lic, regardless of religious belief,
il for her home in Sarasota, after the I and carried an old-fashioned nose-
The monthly business, meeting of is always welcome in this church.
closing of school. gay. Little Anne Prewitt, flower
the Woman's Missionary Societywas
I .- I girl, preceded the bride scattering ------ ------------------------------------------ -- ------------------
held Tuesday afternoon at the

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Scharn-' flower petals. She wore a floor- First Baptist Church with MrsE. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...-:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..: .
berg spent the week-end in' West I length dress of blue silk organdyover .:. ..'
M. Cornette and Mrs. C.'or
Palm Beach. taffeta and carried a blue and .i. -i'

white basket. Simmons Oral reports as hostesses.of the chairmen of :: FOR RENT :J:,
Mr. Mrs. Russell of
and Clyde "r
The bride was radiantly beautiful '
the various committees were given.
Okeechobee visitors in Clew- ., JI
were -
iston I in. her wedding dress of white Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, third vice- 1 ,:
shadow print organdy. The dress
'-- I president and Mrs. Arch Hodges, ..

!I was made along Empire lines: with who were unable to be present .:. '' It'
Helen Carlson, who was employed -
I short full sleeves, fitted bodice
when the regular installation of
in West Palm Beach during, I .
t a. and full skirt and was worn over a officers was 'I lad ,--w ere installed GARAGE APARTMENT ;
i the season, has returned to her
t ('I sheath of white moire taffeta. An into their offices.
4 home here.
i elbow-length circular veil of white Those present were Mrs. M. D.
i iy
Foster Meredith,who resigned his! tulle was held in place by a cor- Bledsoe, Mrs. O. L. Russun, Mrs.A. :_. Three Rooms With Bath :

onet of real orange blossoms and R. Broadfoot, Mrs. P. J. Blount, y

position with the sugar companyat was thrown back from the face during Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. J. H. Y
the close of the harvest season, x
the ceremony. With this was Davis, Mrs.. Arch Hodges, Mrs. E. ;

i has gone to Miami. I worn a pair of elbow length gloves E. Kelly, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. /: ::

:. ix' H. C. Jones _, f ,.,'t .
of shadow print organdy. The M. G. Mines, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs.R. \ r..:
Miss Evelyn Bell, who taughtthe .:. .J'i'
bride's bouquet was of Shasta dais- C. Nowling, Mrs. M. C. Vowell. y
third grade in the local school
ies. Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mrs. Clarence
cadia.has returned to her home in Ar- At the altar the bride was met Krueger, Mrs. C. E. Nail. Mrs. J.,I -;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:. .

I by the groom, attended by James I

.f{ J Mrs. Homer Wakefield, who Congdon, of Alva as best man. The ---- p --'-- >-

, I at-\\ men in the wedding party wore
... ...J tends Southern College 'in
white suits and buttonnlercs of
land, spent the week-end hero with

., Mr. Wakefield. I. vari-colored bachelor's buttons 16th.

i -- j I II Mrs. Holstine Is the daughter of a
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. of \
I I Miss Alicc, Steinholtz,. :teacher I Congdon ""
i i of the second grade in the local Alva, and has taught in the local .

I. school, left Tuesday for Daytonajj) school for the past three years. ,
Beach. 1 1j She received her education in the

Academy of Holy Names in Tampa

j I and "the Florida State College for LLJrr
Jesse and Miss Edith Graham
Women in Tallahassep. The groomis
of Jacksonville: arrived l Saturday
the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
for a visit with thc'r pucnts, ?Ir.
and Mis J. J. Graham.; Holstine, of Slippery Rock, Penn-

sylvania. He is a graduate of the

University of Pennsylvania, wherehe
:Mr. and Mrs. S. A, Graves, :
majored in chemistry and snow
and Mrs. Dillon Hall and \\lr.1
employed as chemist by the
Taylor of LaBelle, -
United States Sugar
I the graduation exercises here FrI-

: day evening.Mrc. .

i :::. G. Bowdon Hunt, the form- MRS. BEERY WINS HIGH PRIZEAT

i er Carol Harri-, who taught in the WEEKLY BRIDGE MEETINGMrs.
I local school this term, left follow I

ing the close) of rchool to join Mr. L. A. Wells was hostessto

Hunt in Lakeland. .. members of the weekly bridge .
.-- club at her home Wednesday af- p 2

Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of Miami ternoon. A tufted chair set was 4 ..y r fyv.r

spent 'the week-end here with Mr. presented to Mrs. E. P. Beery, who /

r ,I I and Mrs. Glen Etherton. :Mrs. Eth- held high score, and a runner to IN

II l erton returned to Miami with her Mrs. Ed Hayes, who held low.

for a"isif. Delicious pecan pie with iced tea

was served by Mrs. Wells to Mrs.

Miss M. Irene Johnson' Chi- Beery, Mrs. Hares, Mrs. A. C.

I i sago was a recent visitor in Clew- Carlton, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Miss

Hazel Prince Mrs. C.. L. McLendon,
; !I iston. Miss Johnson was lookingr t .v.. '
'.i ; after property 'interests In the Mrs. 11. M. Hare, Jr., and Mrs. C.
r I i' E. Nail. -
ClewioUm and Lake Harbor- sec '

tions. Miss Inez Lammons, who taught I
Mr.. and, Mrs. Henry Anthony, the first grade in the -Clewiston

who spent the, past season in Clew- school this past term, left Satur-

iston left the first of /ha week day for Dothan, Alabama,.: to visit

I : for their home in Ohio. Mrs. Anthony relatives.

i taught .Kimlish! in the local

i high t-ehooL Bill Palmer by the, who Clewiston has been Motor.employed "THE GREATEST BARGAIN gJAY OF-THE YEAR"

I I I -----
I i Mrs. }' Company left Clewiston this weekto
I employed i accept employment in Panama. SPONSORED BY

I I II Bill is visiting his mother,: Mrs.

I, I I legislature in Tallahassee spent i Clara Palmer in St. Cloud pendingi '
the Chamber Of Commerce
i week-end at her home here,i arrival of his paesoport.Moye Merchants' Division, .
coming down for the graduation of ,

I II, her.'niece So!, .- ;",.. ,Miss. .gillie I oker. / : ( LocaJ :?ews chg.pao" 3) ,_ ''''',:':, ._ :: .,._, =:'_ :. =,,'_. :..':-. '.' _:_____.... -= _.:..=.=,. __ -.-_ '-'_' .'

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Waiter Had Good MethodOf


; 1hfl'Ct2 COMES a MOMENT: Jones entered a none-too-clean

restaurant, seated himself, and

when the waiter approached,
asked for the menu.

"We don't have one," said he.

"No menu?" exclaimed Jones.

"No, sir,' but this is today's bill \.

By ELINOR MAXWELL of fare." And the man proceededto

reel off a list of dishes so fast

that Jones could hardly follow.
Thoroughly startled, Jones in:

terrupted him: "How on earth"

SYNOPSISMary ry?" she called, hearing the clickof Buchanan about going to Connecticut Jerry Taylor's; isn't it? He's send- he remember gasped, all"do those you manage to

a key in the latch. for the week-end. He said two ing the'car for you, Mary?" items-what"
Loring and her 'father. Jim an Ineffectual "Yes, Lelia. Where are you?" other men whose names 1 don't remember -]I "Yes?" memory system do you use?

attorney, meet a train which bringshis "Right here in the living room, were to be in the party, "1 wish you'd wear my ermine The waiter shook his head."Don't .
In raw, unmarried Llnnie know "
wealthy sister- about
nothing those
Cotswell and her friend. Lelia Ormsby divorcee having a perfect whirl for myself, and that they'd play Badminton and wrap tonight. It would look simply ,
he said. "I look
just at the table-
for a Christmas visit. Waiting at studying all the travel literature I Bridge." ravishing on you, and I know Aunt "

younger home for sister.them Ellen are: Mary's her father's mother nagging, her can find about the tropics. There'sa A second of silence followed, bro Linnie wants you to appear particu- cloth, -sir.

maiden sister. Aunt Mamie and Peter the boat sailing for the West Indies ken finally by Mary. "Was there larly beautiful. Jerome's quite a

Christopher'baby of the Cragg'family.helps At the the guests depot with Dr. March fifteenth, and I believe that'dbe any mail for me, Lelia, in the eleven person, you know-even though he Something Different in

their luggage. Mary Is secretly in love with just about right for our trip." o'clock delivery?" is, in my humble opinion the worst

Doctor urges Mary Cragg.to In visit leaving her In, her New Aunt York Llnnie, but Mary came into view, her eyes Lelia's shoulders jerked, as if she sort of renegade." a Crocheted Chair Set

Mary refuses. Mary works In a rental library wide and starry, her face flushed. had been abruptly jarred out of a "But, Lelia' Mary demurred. "I
where she spends her spare time "Good heavens!" cried Lelia. "What reverie. "Yes I believe there's a might get it soiled or tear it."

out writing as railroad short stories attorney Mary's,.the fees father of which Is let in the world have you been doing? letter from Hawkinsville. And, by "Don't be' ridiculous, darling 1 ..--n

were almost the sole support of his family. You look as if you'd caught the the way, there's a box of somethingor want you to wear it. It'll look di-

To earn In money she decides feels to begin that writIng he: I world by the tail! I've never seen other for you, delivered about an vine with that silver-threaded eve-
earnest. Mary sure "
newest story "At Sea." would please the anybody quite so-aglow! Did you' hour ago by a Western Union boy. ning frock of yours. \
editors of National Weekly. After finishing see Mr. Buchanan?" Looks like candy, and 1 hope it is. "All right" Mary replied listlessly. I

It book she store calls for Doctor a current Cragg novel.who comes Falling to froma the Mary fell into the cushions of the I'm perishing for the want of a "Thank you." But she was think

ladder while getting his book, she regains lounge and prepared to relax in chocolate-covered mint." ing, "What difference does it make
consciousness to find his arms around her. how 1 look? What difference does
He tells her he loves her. and then tells her comfort. "That's, just it, Lelia, "The letter from home can waitan "
he Is to be married the coming month to a she replied, her voice husky with instant," Mary thought. "At anything make. Chris is married.

girl be has known all his life. Despondent. excitement. "I not only saw Mr. I least, until I see what's in this pack Three-quarters of an hour later,
Mary decides her Aunt Linnie'sInvitation.
In New York her aunt laughs at Buchanan, but he took me to lunch i age." : Mary, a transformed person, stood

her for her plans to write, and Insists that at the Lafayette. And, Lelia, he She untied the ribbon, and tore before the mirror of the dressing-
she meet as many eligible men as possible. wants me to write a series of table. The hot bath and icy shower /
the tissue
The new week brings two letters. One from away glossy orange that
the National Weekly; with a $100 check for i 'shorts' for his magazine." covered the box. An envelope-en had brought life and color back to

her story makes her deliriously happy. The I "Darling! That's wonderful! Did closed card, tipped from its positionby her weary body; miraculously wiped 4 r :'eri l+"+
other from her sister, tells her that finan-
cial conditions at home are getting worse. he mention the delicate subject of her eager fingers, fell to the from her face the ravages of sorrow -
The next day. at a party given by her aunt. pay?" floor. Stooping, she picked it up Lelia had dusted just enoughShe
Mary meets Jerome Taylor,
wealthy middle distinguished aged man-about-town and "Yes, Lei, he did! He's'going to and read, 'Fruits from Italy to a
effusive' Count Umberto Balianci. The increase the size of the checks as lovely lady, with the felicitationsand
count's oily manner nauseates her. A note time of :
from her father the following day pleads goes on, providing, course, adoration of Umberto. rh
with her not to mention the family's financial my stuff clicks with the public. I'mso I. "Just so much-eyewash!" she
plight to her aunt. After reading It happy. You can't imagine whatit .. ,
she forces herself to begin work on her told herself. "The man scarcely s ;
next short which Is difficult to means to me. 7llJ
story more knows me.I'll give the stuff to 3,
write than the first. She labors on until "It means," //Lelia said, her blue Addie. Maybe she'll like it."
her aunt Informs her that Count Umberto. eyes serious, "that 'At Sea' must bea
whom Leila terms a sponger and fortune Then with a commingling ol eagerness )
hunter is to take them to dinner that eve-. darned good tale, and that Phillip :;
ning. He takes them to a garish restaurantin Buchanan feels he's made anotherof and apprehension, she ijr
Greenwich Village. That evening Mary his well-known finds opened the letter from Ellen.
sends her story, "Their Son" to the National Congratulations L'i r 1k1 :1; :3_, ;
Weekly. She goes to see Phillip my dear. By the way, how did
Buchanan, editor of the National Weekly. you like Phil Buchanan?" Mary dear: t ', ,
There's really not thing to tell
to whom she has given her last story. a you.
He Invites her to lunch. He congratulatesher "I liked him-well enough," Mary but I know that you worry when you
for toe simple treatment given the first replied, "but he acted as if he were don't hear from home every now and Pattern No. 1957
story and says that her last offering will then, so am writing anyhow.
receive immediate attention. At lunch she bored to death with every word I Dad still hasn't been able to make Capture spring with this
is Introduced to attractive Jim Ormsby.Lelia's uttered, and he looked at his watchat any connections. Mother Is getting thin. nar-
and Aunt cissus chair set. It will freshenup
former husband. least six times." ner every day from worry
Mamie about with the usual i
goes chairs. Or if it's scarf
your a
"Oh, well," chuckled Lelia, "he is chip on her shoulder. She has taken to
CHAPTER VI-Continued a busy man." referring wistfully to one Harry Archer you need, use the chair back for
-7- who visited at Grandfather's house twen scarf ends. Pattern 1957 contains
"Lelia, Mary began. ty-five years ago. intimating that he was .
Mary watched Jim Ormsby as he "Yes?" replied Lelia, not lookingup. desperately in love with her and that it charts and directions for makingset
walked across the room, and finally was just too bad she didn't marry him.I 1 ; materials required; illustration -
disappeared through the- door into asked Dad on, the Q. ,T. if the guy of stitches.
, "Lelia-I-I-met Jim Ormsby really had been in love with ber. and
the foyer. She liked his"voice, the today." he replied that if he was. he, managedto Send 15 cents in coins for this
way' he carried his shoulders, the exert wonderful self-control.: All Dad to The Circle Needlecraft '
pattern Sewing
did -
The older girl not move, but can remember about Harry Archer's i
perfect "hang" of his well-cut Mary could see a deep red slowly visit was that there had been two pic- Dept., 82 Eighth Avenue,
clothes. He looked just the sort of rising to the nape of her neck. "He'sa nics : t Hick's Bluff, and, in both cases New York, N. Y.
whom well'have Harry had to'be'hit over the head witha
person Lelia might friend of Phil Buchanan's," Lelia club in order to get him even to go Please write your name, ad-
loved-whom Lelia might well still the motions of being Aunt Mamie's
returned evenly, her' attention apparently through dress and pattern number plainly.
love with all her heart.uHe's escort Ellen's letter
very picked up
riveted on a colorful picture Browns Business College have put, me
attractive," she said more to her- and tore it into tiny pieces.
; of the race course at Havana. first on their list for any possible job
self than to Phillip Buchanan. that may present itself, but I'm afraid
"He's-tops," the man replied al- "Yes, Mary returned. "He the chances aren't so hot. rouge over the' soft curve of her DO YOU KNOW{
asked Mr. Buchanan to spend the I hope you're having a wonderful time. cheeks to disguise their pallor. Her
most belligerently, "and, to my way week-end at his house in Connecticut. Have you seen Radio City yet? that Wintersmith's 70yearold'Tonic '
Give love to Aunt Linnie and: Lelia lace frock clung lovingly to her
of thinking he's been given my
a dirty ." is used not only in Americabut
Devotedly body and fell to the floor in an eddyof
deal. His wife divorced him ,
a cou- Lelia turned about, a little smile Ellen.P. also in 21 foreign countriesas
silver and white. Three orchidsof
ple of years ago on what was'merely her' blue S. Chris Cragg was married'to that well We believe you'll agree
twisting her lips as
eyes lisa Graceland in Chicago last Saturday
deep purple perched lightly on
circumstantial evidence. all
Never louder than
that record speaks
unfathomable as a wintry sea. and is bringing her to Hawkinsville the ,
him chance to and ,, her left shoulder and now and then the words in the book. If
gave a explain; 'That house in Connecticut is- end of the week. Everybody's dying to you
he was too damned proud to do so and see what she's like. smoothed their soft petals againsther need a General Tonic-or if you \\.J
White sort
cheek. Addie had just brought suffer from Malaria-TRY WINTERSMITH'S.
later. Seemed to figure that if she -
all the side of the
didn't have more faith in him than of straggling over For an instant,' the room went them in with the announcement that That's all we ask.

she appeared to have, he might as quite black before Mary's eyes, andit Mr. Taylor's chauffeur had deliv- I
well let her go." rd was only with supreme effort that ered them, and that Mr. Taylor'scar WINTERSMITH'S

Mary leaned; across the table. "Is she kept from slumping to the floor. was waiting at the door.

his wife, by"any chance, named- So, Chris had married, after all! Of "Well, if you ain't a dream!" Ad- :

Lelia?" she asked excitedly. course, he had told her that he die cried. "Why, honey, you look TONICHeroism

"Yes," Buchanan replied, sur- was going to. Of course, he had' just like a princess." I

prised, "it is! Do you know her?" been honor-bound to carry through; Mary, suddenly aware 'that, hadit
yet all along, there had smolderedin not been for Lelia, she would in PrivacyThe
"Well,. rather! In fact, she's a sort the back of her mind the thought, never have been able to dress that grandest of heroic deedsare
of cousin of mine and she's
visiting "If he really loves me, he won't evening-that Lelia had practically those which' are performed
Linnie I"
Aunt right now! marry lisa. He can't! He'll surelytell pulled her together-turned impul- within four walls and in domestic
"Oh Lord! I I haven't said
hope her that he loves else
someone sively and kissed the other girl on privacy.-Richter.
anything I shouldn't have!" -that his marriage to her can't go the 'cheek. .Thank you Lelia.You've .

"No, Mr. Buchanan, not at all.- through!" But the marriage had been sweet to me tonight.You're ,
_By the way, isn't it time we were Chris "
gone through-last Saturday always sweet to me. '
A wonderful aid for boils
:leaving? had now been married for five days. Linnie Cotswell, looking handsomein where a drawing agent is

Buchanan looked at his watch. ,\ With fingers that seemed numb, trailing gown of marooncoloredlace s indicated. Soothing and

"Yes,"it is. How are you going uptown she picked Ellen's letter up, tore it appeared in the doorway. I comforting. Fine for children

? into tiny pieces, and dropped it into "Ready, Mary? Why, my dear, and grown-ups. Prac
Mary smiled at him. "Literally, the waste basket. How surprised you're a dream! I didn't know my tics!. Economical.

in the bus," she replied "Meta Ellen would have been had she family tree could produce such roy-

phorically, on wings. You see, I'm dreamed of the. portent of that post- al fruit!"

terribly excited over this assignment A script! "Thank God," Mary thought Mary never quite knew how she
you've given me, and I'll do my bestto Ellen I .r
gratefully, "nobody-not even managed to get through the hours Vain Assumption
make good. -knows how desperately I care for that followed. It was like'' a hectic
Buchanan motioned to Alphonse, Chris! Nobody knows that I care nightmare-a nightmare made up All silencing of discussion is an

glanced over the check, and, leave at all!" of spacious, flower-filled rooms in assumption of infallibility.. S.

ing some bills on the table, indicated At last, she turned from the dress- Jerome Taylor's penthouse; of Jerome Mill.

to Mary that he was ready to ing-table, and moved toward the Taylor himself, faultless in

leave.uYou'll hear from us as soon bed. Blindly, she dropped to 'the black and white, a gardenia in his
made decision 'Their "Yes, Buchanan replied, surprised -
as a on I bed, ,heedless ,of the satin spread lapel; always at her side, ,always e
"it is! Do know her?
Miss he said,, you
Son, Loring, when
that covered it, and lay there in a looking at her with admiring eyes.

for they lunching reached with the foyer.uThanks'" hill, and a fireplace in every room. disconsolate heap, like a child that Dancing with Jerome Taylor to the

me. We lived there most of the time, has been sent to his nursery for tune "September in the Rain,"
Mary extended a gloved" hand.. Jim and I." punishment. At last, the tears be- and thoughts of Chris! A constant Help Them Cleanse the Blood ... {
"Thanks for asking me, she replied of Harmful Waste
There was a revealing nostalgiain gan to come, and still unmindful of pain in her heart, a lump in her Body
her dancing. "I lovedit
eyes the coverlet she buried her face that could not be Your kidneys are constantly filtering
throat swallowed
although I confess had me Lelia's tones as she spoke of the waste matter from the blood stream.But
for while." you home she and Jim had shared together I against the protecting privacy of the and thoughts, unforgettable thoughts kidneys sometimes lag In their'ork-do
:stymied not act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
"Stymied?" the man replied. and Mary, sensing the ache pillow, and gratefully let them fall. of Christopher Cragg! impurities that, if retained, may
,"Stymied!" What you-mean3'W ,thaj lay beneath those words, longed She did not know how long she (TO BE' CONTINUED) poison the system and upset the whole

But she was out of the: door now;',r, 'to rush to her and place-sympatheticarms : .,.lay there, but .the. winter darknesshad body Symptoms machinery.may be nagging backache
about her shoulders. Instead, fallen outside when Lelia finally Briton's Little Cave Men persistent headache attacks of dizziness
and either did not hear him
getting up nights swelling, puffiness
would not turn around. Her heart she continued to stand by the win- entered the room and snapped on ..Earliest Britons were little cavemen under the eyes-a feeling of"nervous

was lighter than it had been in dow. "He's attractive, Lelia." the light. "Mary, I,didn't know you rarely growing over 5 feet in anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
Other signs of kidney or bladder dis-
weeks, and her feet barely touchedthe "Yes," Lelia replied dully. "There were here!" she said, glimpsing.thehuddle height. But they were tough. They order may be burning, scanty or too

pavement, as she fled down the has never been anyone else like him of Mary's body on" the bed. had to be to live, for they fought for frequent There should urination.be no doubt that prompt

steps and turned up Fifth Avenue.. in' my life. And, Mary, there never "Have you been asleep? existence against cave bears, wild treatment is wiser than neglect. Uso
will be. Did he seem well, and- Mary sat 'up, trying to avert her cats, saber toothed tigers, hairy Doan't Pills. Dean's have been winning

CHAPTER VII and happy?" haggard face from Lelia's gaze. elephants, and a woolly rhinoceroswith They new friends have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.Are years..

"I saw him for just an instant, Le- "Yes," she lied "I was asleep. a horn 3 feet long. Many of recommended by grateful people the

Lelia Ormsby was seated at the lia," Mary countered, wishing 'she What time is it, Lelia?" the original caves became buried country over. Ask your neighbor]

desk by the east window in the liv- had more to tell the other woman. "Six o'clock, darling. Hadn't you with the centuries, but some turnedup d
better start dressing? This is the in more recent times wher l o .
ing room when Mary returned to I "He merely came to our table at I ,
Miss Cotswell's anartment. "Ma- the Lafavette. and spoke to Mr. night you and Linnie are going: to canals and tunnels were dug.

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SUNDAY Lesson :

n *' o. By HAROLD L. LUNUQU1S1. D. D. It Drags Him Down
i Dean of The Moody Bible Institute

i f (!:) Western of Newspaper Chicago Union. A man doesn't improve his own

fj j n. .. :::_ : .:Events in the Lives of Little Men' 0i reputation else's. by spoiling somebody'

.' Lesson for May 14
i i : If salesmanship sells you
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected something you don't' want, all
i and copyrighted by International
Council of Religious Education: used by salesmanship suffers.

'' c.j'''' y, Yoo CAN GOLLY I WOULD permission. ''A Limit to TactBe

i ;j HEY MISTEROUSNEur. PASTE A LI CiUS LIkE ro HAVe: MV iF,1HAr PAUL EVANGELIZESA careful that the tact you
PROVINCE practice doesn't develop into
ON OUR plain

HOUSE //N FRONT ED WITH CIRCUSPICTOEE5 SWELL LESSON TEX1-Acts 19:1 8.10; 20:17.21: ; be free from the
;, SWELL PLACE To Ephesians 2:19.22. maddening
I .
LR TWO 11CKETS GOLDEN TEXT-But now In Christ Jesusye crowd requires ingenuity and a
PASTE UP A CIRCUS who sometimes were far off are made lot of money.
J: nigh by the blood of Christ.-Ephesians 2:13.
P/CR/ e.ILL SHOW You ,
J :i y The Christian Church (that great

:,' tiI organization which outwardly rep-

; L resents in the world the mystical
I --
,i P 't y/ organism which is the true Church)
d i I (
1"1 ("' \\I %- seems to be "stalled," if we may
I, ,, L borrow a word from the automo-

I lin.Ij yt I B)USa bilist. Just like a well-designed and
carefully built machine which has
il'i il "died" on the road. POULTRYBRED

(I Perhaps the lesson for today may FOR PRODUCTION: Ducks

!1 1I % \ \ serve to stir up some of us to the RAISED SOLD BY FOR QUALITY PROFIT: : Turkeys Chicks

: responsibility of the Church, and STARTED CHICKS: PulletsAROUND
I particularly of its individual mem- MILFORD HATCHERY Rockdale' Lila
: i i I Pikesville P.O.s :
I \ \ bers, for an aggressive testimony;
1 I j for Christ. Certainly Paul knew

I Ii nothing of the defeatism which
i I /' seems to have laid its paralyzinghand
I ''III'n' 11 on present-day Christianity.

Our lesson finds him again makingthe THE
.: i4'1 m I rounds of the churches he had L

,, II earlier been used to establish. He

: I II I knew of their dangers, the tend- Buying Kitchen Tools.-

I 0I encies to backslide, the need of new Consider their weight, the sharp-

j ,I life in the daily conversion of oth- ness of the cutting edge, and how
) I ers, and he went about that business comfortable their handles are.

: with the flaming zeal of an evan- .a.

: .: I! gelist, with the tender .compassion Longer Life for the Broom.-An
of a pastor, and always with the
I J ordinary broom will last longer if
vision of the before
heavenly goal
dipped in boiling soapsuds for a
I i 1 i II (copyright, W N. U.) him. Let us learn of Paul.I. minute or two each week.

I The Evangelist-Fearless and
I j II Tireless (Acts 19:1, 8-10). For Tar Stains.-Rub tar stainson
1 cloths with lard, and 'after-
At Ephesus 'Paul did the work of
wards wash out in hot water to
an evangelist with such a passion
j.// s for souls and such power from God which a little. liquid ammonia has
been added.
i o I Y
OCoULfAvE tuKSo that even his enemy, Demetrius, e
Y op4av testified (Acts 19:26)) that "not alone
I Caution.-Any spot that is too
at Ephesus but almost throughout
I tM ;' 'f-1 ESE_ hot to place your hand is too hot to
all Asia this Paul hath persuadedand
place a can of kerosene
SOME 7I Ml turned away much people"
Y *
1 I 1 It from their heathen worship. He met
n ,
I -- A Wrap Up l\Ieats.-Steaks, pork
!great opposition both in the syna-
and lamb meat
chops, ground ,
and from the worshipeis
: gogue (v. 9) -
: bacon and other cuts of meat will
' of Diana (Acts 19:23-41.: But
ij shrink if stored in the
T ,
( he also found that God had openedfor
erator unwrapped.
him "a great door and effectual"I.

l ( Cor. 16:9): and we read that
believed and showed their
T many :

: faith by destroying the books of: o 't Sleep WheN

i heathendom which were in their

E homes (Acts 19:19)).
Gas Crowds heart
Are the days of such evangelism' .
gone? Since only the power of God If you toss in bed and can't sleep from constipation -
and awful GAS BLOATING remember -
H R can explain what was accomplished this: To Ret; quick relief you must get
: : by Paul, the answer would dependon DOUBLE ACTION. You must relieve the
U&TAu GAS. You must clear the bowels. Adlerika
the reply to the question Has la just becausa it acts on thstomach
vu ugE. hlocrTi
pU bowels. Adlenka is
the power and purpose of God
BOTH and cathartic. Carmi-
i CoUL W44'YI carminative
/E552 lao changed? Obviously the answer is natives that warm and soothe the stomach
1 P 1I'C IT LIP AOCE55dZIE S "No." God is the same, and whenwe and expel GAS. Cathartics that quickly and
gently clear the bowels of waste matter that
'1 fE2 YOU NEED are ready to meet His spiritual may have caused GAS BLOATING, sour
I requirements He will again stomach sleepless nights and indigestion for
move in
01Z months. Adlerika relieves stomach gas almostat
'j 0 mighty power. Am I ready? Are once. Adlenka usually acts on the bowels
R l'.11 tJ t' ", r4' in less than two houn. No waiting for overnight
I ready
h you relief. Adlerika does not gnpe, Is not
1 habit forming. Get genuine Adlenka today.
ii II. The Pastor-Lover ,of Souls Sold at all drug tore
PBy (Acts 20:17-21).

Having completed his jourpey Valuable PluckA

through Macedonia and Achaia, pound of pluck is worth a ton

C. M. Paul is hurrying back to Jerusalem, of luck.-Garfield.
Payne and not having time to stop at Ephesus -

l he sends for the elders to meet
o Hell Syndicate:wNU Service. him at Miletus, the nearest seaport.
He recalls to them the experienceswhich

I I he has passed through, tells
-y them of the bonds and afflictions
PROFESSOR which await him, but above all he

GOOD wants to admonish and encourage iI
BYE them to go on for Christ. As a

I! (P= pastor who has been true to God KILLS

I and faithful in his ministry, he is

1 1 able to point to his own walk and ,MANY INSECTS

work among them as an example, .
f r r G doing this in all humility. Pastor, ON FLOWERS'. FRUITS

shall we ask ourselves if we could ,VEGETABLES &: SHRUBS
o do the same, or would we need to Demand original sealed
bottle,from dealer
blush in shame over our failures? 3644 your

j Especially noteworthy is Paul's
i a
I jI i reference to having gone from

i P house to house as well as teaching Free Truth

publicly. The work of the pulpit or Truth never was indebted to a

from the teacher's desk loses muchof lie.-Young.,
its savor and usefulness if not

I' I I :I II t3cl., ,backed up by persona contact.

I, III. Fellow Citizen in God's House
.. 1 S hold (Eph. 2:19-22) 6000S i -

I! I i iI I-ICRG COMES; The evangelist and pastor here reminds oTOeftAlGe

I 'i THE. his Ephesian converts that

1 \, TRAIN AGArNpop, they' have entered a goodly fellowship -
-"the household of God"-and
51.0 e
I WES have become "fellow citizens with I

II FORGOTTENSOMETHING( the saints." tLtkcedReIZd;

I o ,! ,. Some folk are called "joiners" because -
I they like to join every pos- RHEUMATISMS'VNU

sible society, organization, lodge or
: what rot. Well, here is the supreme .

.By : fellowship of all, which knows no ; -7 19-39

: J JI --_ barrier of race, creed, social posi .

>C.. J. Millar Watt tion, age, sex, or nationality, and ; CHICKSS'i,100VP:
which brings us into fellowship with
-- ; ; S
the eternal Clad Himself. You may Georgia U. S. ApproreiPmllorvm
I "join' if by faith you will take the -i,, TcMcd. Write
BOW for free clrcalu deI -
Lord Jesus Christ as personal
... Mriblag lb.* \ ', ..,' . ... .. > \ Saviour. and thus enter into eternal
; wrrui ) r Q Bell Syndicate WNU Sentiee. BLUE RIIBON MITCHEll j
.. 0'.' .' : life. Will you join'God's peoplenow .
? 11J fenyth St.S.W. AllMU,,kT




I .-J'
Additional Personals Mrs. R. Y. Patterson left the Doty Mrs., .J. W. Ezelle., Mrs.: J, J. raising, agents have also given compromise or discount. during

first of'tho week for Washington I Graham, Mrs Richard Knight, Mrs. farmers valuable and timely in- said the proposed period from bill becomes the time a law the

D. C. Her sister-in-law, Miss Jean I. D. Leydig,. Mrs W. H. Lanier, formation on feeding and manag- and September 1st, 1939, all nd 'J

Miss Jack Hedrick of Miami spent Patterson, will return with her Mrs. Arthur' King, Mrs. E. C. Mills, ing their herds. valorem taxable taxes property assessed' in said againstthe city

a:J few days over the week-end here I for a visit. : Mrs. J. Grady Niblack Mrs. W. W. Assisting farmers, in obtaining for the year 1938, and all prior

visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. C. 'Wilson. Perry Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, :Mrs.I purebred breeding stock, inocula- years thereto.
This the 18th day of April. 1939.! !)
L'. Howard own of Miami, dhII ;- Joseph Robbins, Mrs. W. F. Simpson -, ting thousands of hogs to immunize ELBERT L. STEWART.

Mr. and Mrs. R C. NowlIn'g were trict supervisor for South Florida Mrs. F. C., Taylor, Mrs. Charles them against cholera, demonstrating April 28. May 5, 12, 19, 26.

Young, Mrs. Gideon Brown, Mrs. and assisting In the control of
business visitors in West Palm I II of the NYA was a business VISItor
Beach Saturday.Mr. in Clowiston Tuesday.Mrs. E. M. Cornctte, Mrs. y.'. D. Hcssic screwworms, conducting cooperativesales
I and Mrs. Carl Johnson. and assisting in plans for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till 1.
and Mrs "W, H. Lanier and I F. A. Flanders, Mrs. J. I keeping production costs low without FLORIDA, IN AND' FOR I11 DRV
1\1.1 the quality of stock COUNTY.
Miss Lee Pridgen were visitors Sat-. Cause and Miss Bertha Gram Fifteen SeniorsContinued lowering IN RE )
of the other :
are some many ways
urday in West Palm Beach. Moore Haven were visiting I PETITION OF L. M. ST. MARTIN -)
here Monday. ,;to .' in which Extension specialists and BROWN TO TAKE CHARGE)
I ( From Page One) "V agents have worked with the Flor- OF AND MANAGE HER 'OWN)
Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and
.i.r Hue VnnMach, Leonard .Moore, Rich ida farmer to improve cattle and .
Joe, arc spending this week in Mr. and Mrs. A. Carlton expect 1
and Hanna Beatrice Pratt DECREE.
Bobby hogs.
'Stuart visiting relatives.C. to leave next week for New I This cause came ,on to be beard
Broadfoot, Isabel l Mills Sonny
the, Master's report filed herein
York to attend the World's lair.They upon
Vaughn, Jim Davis Maxine Dot,1 "SPRING IS IIKKU and upon'consideration thereof
E. Miner and Mr. and Mrs.
will return to Clewiston about
Florence Graham, J. D. Hooker,
.M. M. Prcwitt were visitors in West the fifth of July DECREED as follows:
Palm Beach "V dncsday. Louis Lciter, Dick Patterson.' When gnats get in your eyebrowsAnd 1. That this court has full juris-
I diction of the subject matter of this
ants crawl pants,
The benediction your
was given byRe
Wilbur Goff left Wednesday for cause and that all proper and necessary -
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baker left Syracuse, New York, where he has ,". M. G. Mines and the graduates Or you let out a sigh now steps have been taken incident -

last week for a two week's visit in I accepted employment with the Huffman I left the auditorium to the And then, or gaze perchance thIs and final necessary hearing.to presentationfor

Reidsville, N. C. Construction company for several I recessional "Tannhauser March". With wishful look on fair form 2. \ That the report of the Master
I months. played by Miss Steinholtz. !Of one that you hold dear, appointed herein be and the sameis
hereby fully confirmed In every
Tho the air be not
C. B. Savage of West Palm Beach I so warm respect ,and the applicant, L. M.
You feel that spring is here. St. Martin Brown. who is known as
business visitor here Wed- ,
was a Miss Luclic Stanley: and Miss: Ministerial Ass'n Mrs. William L. Brown Jr., and who

nesday. Elizabeth Richey oC I'ortI: "e..s is now a resident of Clewlston, FlorIda -
I Highways arc lined with heifers,- be and she Is hereby granted a
were guests Wednesday Has Social
MeetingThe And bulls,, too, if'you please,- license in accordance with the prayer n''
lIisslary Markette and Ed and evening of :Mr. and Mrs. I. M. l of the petition, and she is author- k
Markette made a business trip to Pafford. Who trust not balmy zephyrsBut ized to take charge of and control her
__ I seek) the auto-breezy :estate and to become a free dealerin
Miami Wednesday and Thursday.B. -'-- Everglades Ministerial As- every respect; to contract and be
I Carl Kauf-tman. who has been sociation, composed of the ministers To fan away the skeeters contracted with, to sue and be sued,
Then greet with a leer;- and to bind herself In all respectsas
C. Flaniken is spending a few: employed here during the past 'of all the churches around Lake you if she ,were unmarried. -

days in Miami on business this I season by John Tfetke and associ- Okeechobee, met Monday night in Grunts and cows, all main-streeters, DONE AND ORDERED at P't. My-
I Announce that spring is here. ers. Florida, this 24 day of April,
week. the of the ClewistonInn
ates, left this week to spend the dining room 1939. '

--.- !I summer at his home in Toledo. for the regular monthly meet- GEO. W. WHITEHURST;

V. L. Springer and E. E. Jeffcoat ing. The ministers, at this meeting, But whippoorwills are calling CIRCUIT JUDGE.A .
From true published April 28, May
verdant clumps of trees; copy
were business visitors in Jacksonville Mrs. Lila Meyers, who has been were accompanied by their wives 5, 12, 19.

this week. visiting her sister, :Mrs.: G. H. Small and a pleasant sod 41 hour was en- The mockers' song; enthralling ,
Dispels the thought of these.
1 and Mr. Small for several weeks, joyed following the business 'session ,. r

Roscoe N. Miller of LaBelle was left ,Thursday for her home in New and dinner. With sweet perfume of flowers NOTICE
in Clewiston attending Wafted from far and near, lit Sugnrlnml Drainage DlxtrictTnxen
Tuesday evening York. Miss Jeanette Greenhaw, music for the year ::1f): U
the meeting of the American We long for idle hours
teacher in the Moore Haven schools
And know that spring is here. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatin
at the Inn.
Legion Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Miss
gave two splendid 'violin solos be- Bill the Bard.I' accordance with the provisions of
Julianne and Nora Oglesby, are fore dinner was served which were Chapter 18287, enacted' at the 1937
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fs Simpson Session of the Legislature of the
were leaving tomorrow for a vacation much enjoyed. Mrs. Florence H. State of Florida and approved by the

guests of Mr. ,and11'5.. J. M. trip through the North. They will Ryan, also of Moore Haven, was Governor of the State of Florida, ,
Couse in Moore Haven Wednesday on May 20, 1937, the Board of Super-
visit New York and the World's I
her accompanist. The musical program visors of Sugarland Drainage Dis-
evening. I Fair while away. also included two vocal solos trict, a drainage district organizedand
I 'existing under the laws of Flor-
by Mrs. A. D. Moran of Moore ida, and embracing lands ''within
George Crow has left for a va- Mrs. Sidney L. Crochet and, QS.r
Haven with Miss Greenhaw and Hendry and Glades Counties, has
cation, which he is spending with daughter Sharon, left Tuesday evening Mrs Ryan accompanying. GaNOTICE caused to' be prepared a budget of r''
the debt service requirements and of If
his in Jefferson Mis-
parents City, for Sioux City, Iowa, where Rev; E. Davis Conway of Moore the costs of maintaining and operating -

souri. they were called by the critical Haven was elected president of all of the ,works and improvements -
_of Sugarland, Drainage: __District.
illness of Mrs. Crochet's grandmother the association for the ensuing .1} and of administering the affairs or

I( year; "Rev. S. B. Jordan of Canal I the District generally during the year
Notice is hereby given that the beginning on the First day of November -
Point, vice-president and Rev. Mar- Board of Public Instruction of Hendry ,. 1939 and ending on the 31st
Mrs. Gilbert Davis and baby shall 'Mines of Clewiston, secretary-: County, Florida, will on the 6th lay of October. 19! ,:o. Said budget
I day of June. 1939, 'until two o'clock among other things, shows the
daughter of Delray Beach was a treasurer.It p. ml eastern standard time, receive amount of Unit No. 1 Debt Service
Good FarmLand visitor here over, the weekend.Mrs. was voted ,that each May meet sealed bids for the construction of Tax. Unit No. 2 Debt Service Tax.
a certain school building at Clewiston. Unit No. 1 Maintenance Tax' and
Davis came to attend the grad- in the future should be ,Ladies'
ing Florida., A certified check or bid Unit No. 2 Maintenance Tax per 'acre ,
( uation exercises of her sister, Miss Night and that on these occasionsall bong in the amount of $500.00 mustacco'inpany necessary to be levied upon the lands y
each bid for it to be con-
for the
Bernice Guthrie. former members and their wivesbe sidered. Plans and specifications maybe' within said District year
urged to be present. These meet obtained from L. Phillips Clarke, The said budget is now on file
Architect. West Palm Beach; Florida
I Mrs. P. G. White" of Canal Point ings will ,be held in the ClewistonInn upon' the payment of $20.00. The sum and may be examined at the officeof
i of 15.00 will he refunded when the' the Secretary of the said Districtat
and Mrs. C. G. Coburn of Port
to Rent unless found
I each year more plans and specifications have been returned Clewiston, Florida. The Board of
i JMayacca were guests of Mrs. G. convenient to meet elsewhere. to the Architect in good con- Supervisors of Sugarland Drainage
'dition. I District will meet 'at 10 o'clock in
B. Rackstraw Tuesday. :Mrs. W. C. Visitors at the meeting included i i I All bids should be addressed to the forenoon on the 15th day of May

Owen and Mrs. F. Deane Duff Mrs. Ryan, Miss Greenhaw and S.. A Graves, :Superintendent of Pub- 1939 at the office of the Secretaryof
lic ,Instruction, Hendry County, Flor- the District in Clewiston, Florida,
joined the visitors
for luncheonin Mrs. Moran and G. L. McGwiganof ida. LaBelle, Florida, and marked: for' the purpose of hearing objectionsand
the Rackstraw home. Moore Haven. The ministers and Bids for the construction of school !1 complaints with respect to the
I building.The said budget, and for the purpose of
their wives Rev. and
present were: Board reserves the right to transacting such other business as
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Bryan left I Mrs. E. Davis Conway of Moore ,-,.t""ct any and all bids. may properly come before :said meeting -
( )
Trespassers I this week' to make their home in' Haven, Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Brewerof Chairman. Board of Public ;. ( .
of April
Tampa. Mr. Bryan was associatedwith Moore Haven, Rev. and Mrs 1 Florida.Instruction, Hendry County, BY ORDER OP THE BOARD

Will Be I the U. S. Engineers here for Forest C. Taylor of Clewiston, Rev. ATTEST: OF SUPERVISORS OF SUG-

the past two years and Mrs. Bryan and Mrs. Marshall Mines of Clewis- S. A. GRAVES. of Public i iSuperintendent j TRICT.ARLAND DRAINAGE DIS-

ProsecutedClewiston 1 has been manager of the dry goods ton, Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Sentell of Instruction. Hendry JJy F. DEANL" DUFF,

i department of Parkinson's. for sev- Belle Glade, Rev. and Mrs. J. O. May County 3,, 12 Florida., 19, 26, June' 2. April 28 Its, May President.5.

iI en years. Jameson of Belle Glade, Rev. and

I Mrs. Hancock La ke',Harbor,

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Johnwick and Mrs. Slowson of Canal NOTICiS
1 Rev'l 1 O'l'ICI'
'. I were visitors in Clewiston Wednesday and Rev. and Mrs. S. B. >7OTICK I is-: hereby given by the

evening.. Mr. Johnwick, who is Canal Point.Livestock. undersigned of his intention to applyto
II I I the Legislature of Florida at its NOTICE is hereby given that Beryl
l principal of the Belle Glade school regular session in 1939 for the passage Bowden intends to apply to the
,was guest speaker at the local Kiwanis -I I and enactment of a special bill, Judges of the Circuit Court for Hend
Realty And Improvement the substance of the contemplated ry County: Florida, for a decree and
I club. Mrs. Johnwick visited of
i. law being as follows: license to manage, take charge
with Mrs. F. C. Taylor and Mr;. Authorizing the City of Clew- and control her property, and to be-
DevelopmentCorporation Gideon Brown. Shown In Florida Herds iston, Flora, to adjust settle come a free dealer in every respect.


Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bradley of Gainesville Fla., May 11.-Improvement I 1 f. I ,I ,.fr iliiliiMlllllllllllI:' I li"IIIIIIIIII 111111"111111 i ltlllihlltl I i I \ i'1fi lll"I"II i III"II"11i11( > r-J1lh.; [ '

West Palm Beach Mrs. Earl Hooker of Florida livestock has .: .;.

of West Palm Beach and Mrs.M. I
been a major phase of Florida Ag- s A

C. Hooker of Palmdale were ricultural Extension Service activity '
attended graduation since its inception 25 years ago.(I

exercises here Friday evening. Mrs. Contrasting sharply with thepcrawny y s

M. C. Hooker is grandmother and I ,' non-uniform and poorly ,
Mrs. ::
Bradley and Mrs. Earl Hooker developed animals that were often ft.
are aunts of Miss Billie Hooker ii
seen on ranges 25 years ago. cattlein ..
one of the graduates. : .
many sections of Florida today y
are sleek, well formed, and .ofd I ::: X
LADIES AID HOLDS good bef type that will bring I ,

MAY MEETING_ THURSDAY prices unheard of two or'' three decades door in ::
:: Can you afford to close the
ago. _And during this periodfat

i The Ladies Aid Society of the, uniformly developed hogs have :: the face of your friends for a consid- :: ,
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Community Church held its :May replaced the vicious, gaunt, long-
:: eration of less than 1Oc 1 day? ::
meeting Thursday afternoon at the I bristled razorbacks and piney woods I ; per ;

home of the president, Mrs. H. R. rooters.
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Hall. The Extension;: Service specialists :: In times of sickness or :;:
Following the transaction of emergency,
reg- and county agents have played anj I y

Consider ular business, a splendid programon important role in this livestock de- ::: death, the telephone is your nearest 4:i:

work in South American coun- velopment. Its demonstrations have
I tI15E AngUs tries -was presented by the chair- shown farmers the benefits to be :_;: neighbor. :::

man, Mrs. Forest C. y
I I derived from proper management y y

Qwning your own Home is real day Plans party were of the made Ladies for Aid the whicl birth-} 'and manent feeding pastures, establishment provision of of minerals per-- :: Make an end to isolation by seeing :!:

landlord's economy profit.because: Any you family save.need the will be a covered dish luncheon, on deficient land and production ::s: our manager today for telephone :!:

held at one o'clock at the churchon of good beef types breed- i i
ing a home will do well to look a tow : :: service.INTER.
selection: of homes and buy Thursday, June first., ing high quality, well-formed pure- A
before real Announcement was made of the bred sires to the best native cows.jLikewise \
estate values increase : _
further.We will! gladly help you study class which began this weep ,Extension workers have / < : i s.
and meets each Monday afternoo : I.
:.. attain debt-free ownership of convinced Florida farmers that I. -..
rout at the church' under the direction/ .. 'I ..
, home thru payments like rent. breeding pure high quality boarsto : ;
of Mrs. Joseph Robbins. A boo! good native brood sows will result ,

on work in the Allegheny mountains in high grade pigs:; that will i COUNTY TELEPHONE *

Clewiston Federal l is being taken as the text produce much more and much bet- ,. .'.

for this course. ter pork than was produced the i,

Savings and Loan At the close of the meeting, Mr' scrub swine. They Dave also by shown _: & TELEGRAPH COMPANYIJAOE X

Hall served punch and cookies to that sanitation rill prevent wprm .;.

Association Mrs. J. D. Bruce Mrs. W." B. Gate"infestation of hogs. In addition tot i

Mrs. Deape Duff Mrs. Jghp I}. tJE) ,:,
e -rcrv important pluses! ; Of bog ''w- iI

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