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Creation Date: November 17, 1939
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NOVEMBER 17. 1939 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR
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,. TIGERS---- TRAMPLED' CROWD OF HUNTERS I II No Hunting Indian PermittedIn ReservationFred National Association Of




BY BOCA GRANDE HERE AS SEASON IS I Marketing Officials Is

of
I J.: 'Scott, superintendent
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l. IN GAME FRIDAYBy OPENED. FOR DUCKS the cy told Florida the LaBelle Sennnolc News Indian this agen,week Entertained At DinnerList

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that no hunting whatsoever will be

Dick Tarlcton With the opening of the duck permitted in the Indian Reservation -

.Clewiston Tigers took a 38- 'seas'on on Wednesday of this week 1 ARE GUESTS OP UNITED STATES
The this season. I
the Boca Grande and the opening Monday of the Of Guests At SUGAR CORPORATION OX
from
13 licking the
I Mr Scott was quoted by
here last Friday night in regular season on other game, : TOUR OF STATE

their Tarpons first night game at home. The iston has'for several days, clew-I Newsas saying," The Indian reser- Marketing Banquet I

Tarpons, out-weighing the Tigers by meeting place of hunters vation will not be open to deer The National Association of Marketing -

10 pounds to the man played every section of the state here hunting and neither sportsmen nor I I1Ir. Officials, on a state wide
nearly
superior ball and received a well- enjoy, the sport for which this sec- I state hunters will be permitted togo and Mrs. L. T. Berry and tour of Florida were the guests of

earned victory. : tion. of Florida is famous. in. for that purpose." He alsowent Miss M. G.. Bayless of Richmond, the United States Sugar Corporation '

: The Clewiston Inn was crowded on to say that hunters going Va., Webster J. Birdsall, New York, here Wednesday night at a banquet -

On the third play of the game the with duck hunters Tuesday night I I through the reservation would be G. V. Branch, Detroit Mrs. J. T. at the Clewiston Inn. The

Captain Money Stone brought and- it is understood that many of Indian guide Brown, Columbus, Ohio; T. A. I
feet when he I required to have an guests spent the night at the Inn,
their
spectators to his field those who greeted the season early and would pay $2.00 for each car Cole,' Columbia, S. C.; H. A. Dwin- visited the properties of the cor-

circled right end, reversed touchdown.The on Wednesday had no difficulty in and driver and $1 for each additional -! ell, Montpelier, Vermont; RandallB. poration the following morning and

and raced 65 yards for a bringing in the limit. Most' of the I : passenger. "This charge", Mr. Etheridge, Raleigh, N. C.; JohnM. continued the tour which ends in
extra point
Tigers added the to lake, ,hunting went on between Scott said, "is, made with my full Fenton, Trenton, N. J.; J. B. Miami today.
when Bud Vaughn tossed a pass and Okeechobee around the Hanson of Hartford, Conn.; S. W.
Clewiston. approval and the, guide pockets
in Jacksonville
Sam Lang in the end zone. the ;northwest side of the lake. I, ees. No part of it goes to the government Hiatt, Jacksonville; Guy C. Lucas, The Tuesday tour started morning and that

? Those seven points didn't seem A ;:section of the, best duck hunt-I ; or to any' white employee." Albany, N. Y.; Mr. and 1Irs.V.. early visited Gainesville, c

to bother the visitors at all, for four ing' grounds, between road 29 The 120 Seminoles on the reservation Dale Hilbish, Columbus, Ohio; C.W. day the group

later E. Parketon took a reverse Pond Canal I Kitchen of Washington, D. C.;; Silver Springs, Ocala and other
plays the lake from Harney Mr. ,Scott continued, are I night in Tatit-
from M. Futch and ran the north''to Okeechobee was threatened his principal concern and stated L. H. Lewis, Jacksonville; W. C., points and spent the visited

, ID' sidelines for 25 yards: and a score. with ..closing last week when the I hat if deer are killed on the reservation Lynn, Trenton, N. J.; H., J. Mather, pa. On Wednesday Lakeland Winter they Haven

o. Downing, a substitute for CaptainB. Audubon Society stated that this it will be the Indians who New York City; P. D. May, Raleigh, Plant City, ,
the the ridge on
Parketon missed the conversion area had' been leased by them from I kill them. The news is a disappoint- N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Meekof and towns along

when his dropkick went wide. the ,Internal Ir Improvement Fund nent to hunters who have been in Richmond, Va.; H. S. Moles, their way to Clewiston. Thursday
: I after an early morning visit to thesugar
The second quarter went by with- ind ,would be closed to all hunting. iccustomed to passing through the Baton Rouge, La.; William C. corporation

out any scoring or even a threat 1 A. delegation: of Okeechobee citizens I 'reservation each year en route to Ockey Washington, D. C.; W. house the and tour sugar continued around

but in the third quarter Boca 'appeared Monday before the Trus- hoice: hunting grounds south of W. Oley, Trenton, N. J.; S. R. properties
brief at pointsof
with
Grande gained the lead by scoring I tees to. protest this and the, board ''I I he_n_ reservation. Peck Hartford, Conn.; Geo.E.. the interest lake in the great pauses Everglades

two touchdowns. The first came agreed that the Society could not Prinee, Columbia, S. C.
.
luncheon in
when Gaines and Joyner blocked prevent the hunting of game birdsin I Mrs. Lottie Randolph, Columbus, trucking area. with
I New Conservation Palm Beach. They 'ended the day
\ Vaughn's punt on the 2 yard line. ,the tarea but could protect the Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Rhodesof
I in Miami and today are visiting
later B. Parketon in that section. Jacksonville; F. W. Risher of
Then two plays rare bids! I Officer For Lake : I of interest there and will
points
made the touchdown on a one yard But not all hunters were after I Jacksonville, Mr., and Mrs. S. S.
with the twenty-
gain around left end. The extra ducks. This morning, hunters beganto Rogers, Sacremento, Cal.; A. B., conclude the tour .

point failed when Downing's pass pour,,: into Clewiston in every Rose Trenton, N. J.; Osborne Scott, first annual banquet there tonight.A
Tallahassee, (Special)-Conservation part of the group making the
incomplete. conveyance which might be N.' C. S. B. Shaw and
to Gaines was sort of Raddie Davis of Cedar Raleigh, ; arrived in
Agent trip in private cars
when Har- for penetration of of New Brunswick,
The other score came thought proper K. R. Slamp
temporarilyto
has been assigned later in the afternoonbut
Key Clewiston
gis, the Tarpon's second string cen- 'the' Big Cypress country and the the Lake Okeechobee area, it is N. J.; Geo. W. Speer'of Norfolk, number, riding in a charteredbus
a
ter, recovered Money Stone's fum- I dawn of; the season on deer and announced here by R. L. (Bob) Va., W. H. Stallworth, Spartanburg, held up in Sebring by

ble on the Tiger 16 yard line. Down- turkey will, find the great hunting II Dowling, Florida's suprvisor of con- S. C.; Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Stimpsonand were trouble and did not arrive
motor
ing made 10 yards at left end. B. grounds 'of Hendry and Collier Benj.. P. Storrs of Hartford, for the
hour set
servation. after the
until
Parketon made 5 around right end counties well filled with hunters Conn.; L. A. Webster, Boston ,
\t : Agent Davis is well known along dinner and it was close to nine
and then Downing: scored 'on a line who will establish themselves over I' Mass.; D. Whitcomb, Columbia
v foryearsheensnroani .
{ the west Florida coast, having o'clock whe'n the dinner was served.

plunge that .made .the. .remaining the, week-end. I n enby.andactivelyidentified S. _C.; ,Buson White and J. "M. ''A Bestor, U' S., "Sugar
Horace
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in.torJ ; e a.t' 'jlsc or'Raleigh. N. C. J. E.
@i- one yard. E. ParketoiT-'came The; county'-'CommTsiioiri: White ,- ;
; master
!I with fishing and conser Corporation engineer acted, as -
Downing and missed the dropkick. special meeting.Monday agreed that Williams ,of Hartford, Conn.; Brodus
: vation. He is recognized as a good of ceremonies and spoke a brief
for the extra point. the duck .,season should begin in i said. Wilson, Raleigh, N. C.; F. \V.I 'In
Mr. Dowling to the guests
I officer, word of welcome
When the final 'period opened I Hendry county on November 15,' the Lake Conner of Palmetto, Fla.; and \
the place on
Davis takes behalf of Jay W- Moran, 'corpora-
'. Boca Grande seemed headed for an- same day that the federal season on of Belle Wilson of Plant City.R. .
of N. D. Lloyd manager
Okeechobee and
I Ineighboring vice-president
: tion
other touchdown when a 13 yard migratory aterfowl begins. 'Most' E. Kurtz, Fort Myers, J. E.
'' who recently resigned as business.
Glade, out of town on
and two 20 yard gains put the ball'on counties, had already Frierson and G. C. Hodge, Moore who was
conservation agent to'accept Jacksonville, state
state Rhodes of
L M. ,
1 line. ThenB. for the earlier Lord, W: R. Hooker,
the Clewiston yard made provisions Haven; W. C.
his
in
the position of chief of police marketing commissioner, also spokea
.. Parketon hit the center of the, date. Luther Jones, R.Y. Creech, Arthur
the dinner.
home town. few words prior to
line on what looked like a scoring I Wells, Belle Glade; L. L. Stuckey,
until his resignation dinner course
final
Lloyd was, During the
play but when he was tackled he Garden Club Will (in Pahokee; M. U. Mounts, West Pali
the oldest conservation agent the Plantation Choral Singers, a
fumbled and Sam Lang, on the : Beach and F. D. Duff B. A.
He ;
Florida. sang'sev
of service) in laborers, -
point of negro
alert as usual, caught the ball before Sponsor Xmas Contest I started as a deputy under '1R.. Bourne, H. A. Bestor of Clewistoi eral group'spirituals which were much
and sped
it touched the ground
Hodges, former shellfish commissioner enjoyed by the group.S. .

80 yards for the Tiger's Downing second -homes with the nearly 20 years ago, being Red Cross Drive B. Shaw, president of the as-
later for the
score. A few plays Prizes His
Florida. after-dinner
northwest
assigned to sociation opened the
made 5 yards; at left end for a best Christmas? decorations'will be first patrol work, he said in a recent Now Underwa: speaking program with a few well-
Club
Parketon had Clewiston Garden
B. the
after by
touchdown given
with a bicycle thanked -
talk at Tampa, was chosen remarks in which he
t. made 25 yards at right end. About this year, following the lines of as his vehicle of conveyance. the United States Sugar Corporation -

minute later Bud Vaughn kicked similar contests which the club has call chairman
one C. E. Miner, roll for their hospitality and expressed -
50 yards to the Boca Grande 20,. conducted for'.several. years. .
P.-T. A. POSTPONED of the Clewiston chapter of ,the the appreciation of the'
where Downing caught the ball and There will be a prize for the
the entire Clew- outdoor living Christmas American Red Cross, stated this group at being in Clewiston.Mr. .
returned it through best decorated
conflicting with the followed by
of
and a for the best Because solicitation of members I ., Shaw's talk was
iston team for 60 yards tree, and a prize week that the
of St. Margaret'sAltar Noble, agri-
benefit card party Dr. C. V.
address by
:
in for B. set-up' Christmas tree, ei an
Parketon
progressin
touchdown. E. decorated ,, and'is
has begun
I Society, the P.-T. A. meeting cultural economist of the Universityof
Parketon dropkicked the extra point ther on lawn or on porch. There I it has not
has been postponed from Tuesday satisfactorily but that Florida Jn Gainesville who gavea
make the score 32-13. Coach will also be a prize for the best .:
to November 21st, and will be held where a list of outline of the production -
the point comprehensive
Turk then sent in the Tigers' second decorated door-way. One, prize, for 'I reached .
November. 28th. I of prod-
team and Ed Von Mach sub- the best decorated home, will' be Tuesday, members may be published as wa!'; and distribution and details -

,-- bing for Vaughn kicked the ball to awarded in Harlem.In promised last week. ucts from country points
,
Residents In Auto I of vegetable culture.
the Boca Grande one yard line past yearsHhere has been con- The membership fee is $1.00 per R. Van Arnum head of the
John
where E. Parketon picked it up siderable interest in the contest andas
view of the war and< I II Wholesale Fresh
in of
and raced 79 yards down the side- a result Clewiston homes have Wreck Near Ft. MyersMr. year and I National League Distributors

during the I added need for Red Cross services Fruit and Vegetable
the
final attractive
lines for the score. I been most
I emphasis is being; followed with an interesting paper
The lineup for Boca Grande, at I holiday season. an especial of distri-

ends, Gaines and Joyner; at center, The homes and trees will be and Mrs. Tom Douglas and placed this year on securing mem .which outlined methods

Renaker; at quarter, M. Futch; at judged shortly after dark on five children, all of Hooker's Point I Dutlon at terminal points.
but not badly injured -' bers.Mr. he will give Heading the list of local speakers -
left half, E. Parketon; and at right Christmas eve.Monthly were shaken up Miner states that I to the
MacDonald, driver area ar Mr. Bestor explained
half B. 1'arK.eiun. For Clewiston at and Everett everyone in the Clewiston ;
--- had
t, ends, Sam Lang and J. B. 'Brantley; Meeting. Of of the car in which they were opportunity to donate to this great risitors the great task which reclamation

at center, Jimmie Davis; at quar- 1 riding suffered a severely bruised cause by joining the organization been undertaken in the the

terback, Money Stone; at left halfJ. Legion Post, Held : shoulder when the car left the and hopes that the chapter may of the Everglades and step outlined from the

and overturned in a shollow hundred per cent ; step by
D. Hooker and at right half Bud road secure a one rogress Everglades farming up
ditch. membership this year. early; days of

Vaughn. Clewiston American Legion Post The accident occurred nine miles to the present. He also explainedhe

No93 held its regular monthly this side of Fort Myers on Road BOB BERBER'S LEG INJUREDBob various methods used by the
Fish
and
Kiwanis Has for drainage
Inn corporation
meeting Tuesday night at the 25. ugar

I with Commander C. V. Parkinson Berner, eight-year-old sonDf irrigation,

I Fry; Turkey Shoot I presiding.' I Bowden Is Elected Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner is Dr. B. A. Bourne sugar agronomist the-
was
I Interesting reports were given by ::onfined to his home with a fractured for the corporation

1---- of the committee chairmen Officer leg, which he injured in a text speaker who outlined the progress -
Club several
Kiwanis Press
Members of the Group of su-
: in thirteen years
reports by ..... with school mates ten made
which were
fall: \ playing
chief
by large number of among .
i were joined a 1 cultivation in the Everglades.r.
t Americanization ;ar
-4f guests Wednesday evening for the C. E. Robbins for the lays ago. that there were two
said
". committee and E. M. Cornette Keathley Bowden publisher of It was at first thought the in- Bourne
and fish
.I\\ annual turkey] shoot fry for the unusual
responsible
committee.Mr. Democrat, the I only ,a sprain but an actors
membership was
which was held this year back of for the the Moore Haven jury soil amendments .and
the Government office reservation Robbins spoke briefly on Clewiston News and the LaBelh X-ray ,made this week revealed the evelopment- and methods of

the levee. Boy Scout activities and outlinedplans News was elected first vico-piesidenl fracture and the leg has been placid -! Improved varieties had been
near Much study -
ultivation.
A. W. Lawrence, Kiwanis presi- for the organization of a of the State Press Association at in, a cast., of soil deficiencies and by
lade
of Cub' Scouts 'here this week. the fall business meeting of thai(
dent, with a score of 46 out of a pack the needed plant foods

\ possible 50 won the first turkey Rev. Kent Pendleton, one of the organization held in St. Augustine BIG AVOCADOA. applying the form of fertilizers great results -

and A. O. Ward with 45 out of original organizers of cub scouts on' Friday and Saturday of. last in been obtained. 'He told
here. W.: Lawrence had on display had
will assist with the new pack week.
A third varieties
,50 took the second. turkey which of the search for new
also
taken from membersto Tate Powell of McClenny was his week a giant avocado
Donations were
for the guests was ,won,' after strong crossing of various strains
his the
the scout associationto had raised on a tree at and
competition, by G. T. Augur. complete the roof 'on elected president of the ic new varieties which
I The fruit was eight and a to produce
of the
succeed Carl Hanton Forl home.
There was plenty of fish for hut. unusual yields and high
that the who held tho alt inches long and five and a were giving
I everyone and plenty of the accessory I Mr. Cornette, reported i Myers News-Press position content on the muck soils
'\\0 membership ,of, the Post was for the past year. half inches in diameter and weighed sugar
eats to make it a most enjoy- paid I Everglades. He climaxed the

(' aUe. occasion. Dr. J. W. Ezelle the highest, at this time in history Russell Kay, efficient secretaryof four pounds, eight ounces. The of the with the statement that;'the

---i- program chairman was in charge I and was commended* for his good I the organization was again chosen fruit was displayed at the banquet' c talk,' : Page "8f*"
on
Continued
.,. arrangements.. work in' this direction, unanimously for that position, Vednesday night at the Inn. __ ,( .'.
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May Be Cause 'Cactus Jack', Comes of Age ; UNIFORM( INTERNATIONAL, | .I've 1 never re/ .:ny .

SUNDAY been iT'\ dove
ILesson
Of BaldnessBy May Seek Presidency at 70 A f't-c.t tWtJ: m) .kes I.
Bv HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute ra-ther
IF ..' rile : sad ;
of Chjc ,.. 0. --- .-'.
(Released by .Western Newspaper Union.) Pvt. I've pretendedlots

DR. JAMES. BARTON oF times

ANY individual or organiza- Lesson for November. 19 L' And now I *wisk

-tX. tion that can produce a lt': f 3 : "" .. 5 I never 1-d t
hair bald Les'son subjects and Scripture texts selected 5
on
of J
method growing and copyrighted by International .. ,...0 ,. .1'CAtlt.J ,
heads would make millions of Council permission of Religious. Education:.... : used :.bJ f -: 0 -
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dollars every .

year. It can be TO DAY'S WARNINGS. AND PROMISES .

easily understood H EA LT I H LESSON TEXT-Matthew* 7:1-14., oar>1( -

then that when in i GOLDEN TEXT-And as ye would that

1931 Dr. Bengt COLUMNNormanBengston I men likewise.should-Luke do to 6:3L you. do ye also... to. them

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Maywood, Ill., in an article in r'I \ j "How to .Win Friends and' Influence
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a 3 9 People" worthwhile ttf
Clinical Medicine and Surgerytold may .
of his success in growinghair study, unless it is done' from a pure- WordsThe

by the use of extract of pituitary .. --- --.. _........ __ __ ly selfish desire to be popular 'so following words are taken
v-
that one may make more money from a list of 40 words that con-

gland (said article being November 22 finds John Nance ("Cactus Jack") Garner, most un- and get on in the world. Everyone stitute spelling problems to stu-

accompanied by the most con- Throttlebottomish vice president in U. S. history, celebrating his 70th should desire to make more friends dents, compiled by Teachers' col-

vincing photographs) he was birthday. The event is significant, because it calls attention to the age and better friends, and the Chris lege, Columbia university: Aborig-

swamped with inquiries and of a man who is yet spry enough to be presidential timber next year. tian them in for making his Lord friends as should well as make for ines, antennae, anaesthetic, bour-
geois chrysanthemum fluores-
,
tremendous offers of money for Simple, close to common folks, he once said: "I deceive all of them by himself. Actually the best of ,the cent, guerrilla, pyorrhea, intaglio,

the rights to market his "prod-. telling the truth." Immensely popular, he usually gives new congressmen rules and suggestions offered on this oleomargarine, ju-jutsu, reveille,

;uct." their first lessons in statecraft. Above: Sporting his Texas subject are already an integral partof saccharine,_ subpoena, ukulele,

sombrero, he leaves the White House with Alabama's Rep. William Christian conduct. .as revealed in ventriloquist, vertices and yeo-
Dr. Bengston
However, Bankhead and Kentucky's Sen. Alben W. Barkley. the Word of God. manry.

pointed out that, while his I I. Avoid Judgment (vv..1-5)..

study had extended over five By not judging others censoriouslywe

years, he had used the pituitary z escape such judgment of our- Pull the Trigger on

extract on but 16 individ- selves both by God' and by our fel-

uals and while the results were gratifying l S low man. The admonition, "Judgenot Constipation, and
in some and spectacular in ," obviously does not mean that

two cases, he would prefer to worka we are not to exercise our God Pepsin-ize Acid Stomach Too
given ability to :discern between
while longer.
When constipation brings on acid indi-
Now, in 1939, Dr. Bengston in good and evil, nor does it mean that gestion,bloating dizzy spells, gas,coated
: we are to stand silent in the pres: tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your
Clinical Medicine_!____ and Surgery, ence of. wrongdoing. Verse 6 in stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
gives further details tain undigested food and your bowels don'tmove.
of his work with pi- this very chapter calls for the use So you need both Pepsin to help
of judgment (see also I Thess. 5*21). break up fast that rich undigested food in
tuitary extract."A $ Laxative Senna to
your stomach,and pull
In all such
large clinic r t judgment we are to the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
was established for avoid an unkind spirit and the hypocrisy sure your laxative also contains Pepsin.
at the Researchand described in verses 3 to 5. Take Dr. CaldweU's Laxative,because its
me $ We are to be: certain' that our own Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that wonderful -
Educational hos-' a t 4 4sLf1E
I > i stomach-relief, while the Laxative
pitals of the Univer- $ fts lives are above reproach regardingthat Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the

T sity of Illinois. Every ea > a which we condemn (v.. 5). The power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
none too common 'exercise of' correcting undigested protein food which may lingerin
known o'f
type your stomach to cause belching,gastric
hair disturbance was our own faults will serve a acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-
placed at my dispusai salutary twofold purpose of improving izing your stomach helps relieve it o f such
.. 1 .1- .1- ..1'L ourselves and of making us too distress. At the same time this medicine
inraugn ine:: 1d- I and muscles in
wakes lazy nerves your
up
vorable effect of the busy to find fault with others.II. So
Dr. Barton :: bowels to relieve your constipation. see
tremendous publicityin L.-.ii. Be Reverent (v. 6): how much better you feel by taking the
laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
the newspapers that followed my While we are 'not to judge oth- Even finicky
that stomach discomfort too. -
baseball is his With Mrs. Garner at the one
Once
first report." shortstop, ers, we are not to go to the opposite children love to taste this pleasant
favorite diversion in Washington.Here time each year when he dons family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative -
What has been the result of allJ1e extreme of being so lenient in our \
the ballat dress-something he dis -Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your .,
investigation? he throws out first formal attitude'that we permit ungodly men today "
the season's start. He's nearly likes. He's bound for a White to profane and trample down sacred druggist

In a great many cases small light always sunny and unworried, which House dinner. The Garners retireat things. This does not mean, as some
colored hairs appeared and .in a Lost WandererIf
number of cases, particularly in !accounts for his good health. 9 p. m., arise at 6 a. m. would have us believe, that we are any man fancies that thereis

those with dark hair, patches of __. _,q.r......_'A .... .....0'_ Nm'=_">'<"_"_ _...>_-">>'y.-6...,.,. not to present'the gospel to the low- some. easier way of gaining a
of sinners for' to
est example, a
normal hair appeared, but in a few ; dollar than by squarely earningit

weeks, in most of these cases, this ? t j y?. drunkard. Only thus. can such an he has lost the clue to his way
individual be saved. But it does
"normal" hair disappeared. In oth- f' through this mortal labyrinth, and
that in with holy
er words, for, the present, at least mean dealing must henceforth wander as chance
things we are not only to be rev-
the use of pituitary extract to restore may dictate.-Horace Greeley.
ourselves but to be
it erent we are
hair has not been successful.
careful that we do not permit wick-
However the fact that it does
ed men to misuse and to profanethe
grow hair on a few, grows hair on holy things of God. ACHING CHEST
some which later disappears, would .
III. in Faith ( 7-11).
show that there is something in the A WP% Pray vv.
makeup of those who lose their hair Here is a straightforward prom-

early-gland disturbance, acidalkali ise from the lips of our Lord Himself COLDS

balance, or other disturbance- IId1 assuring us that prayer will be }
f answered. He stated it in three-
which interferes with the action of Need More Than "Just Salve"To
their pituitary glands. fold form and repeated.it twice. Why Relieve DISTRESS!
S. not believe it, act on it, and receive -
.. .. ... To quickly relieve chest cold misery and
_._ _-_ .. the answer? .
due colds
muscular aches and pains to -
Rest Is Needed and with Observe that there is to be importunity it takes MORE than"just a salve"-you
hunt
Back home in Vvalde, Tex., he loves to fish a few need a warming, soothing "counterjmfanr"likegoodoldreliableMusterolo-
After 'Thrombosis' old cronies, who probably know the real John Garner better than any in ,prayer, we are to seekif
we would find. "Our Lord does -used millions! for 30
with Ross Brum by over years.
Here he's fishing field.
of his Washington colleagues.
not guarantee to anything at first Musterele penetrates the outer layersof .
About the first thing that happens who operates a garage when the vice president isn't around.M asking. God does not open His treas- the skin and helps break up local congestion .
and pain. 3 strengths: Regular,
when blood is pumped out of the
,n ,.,y ..U v._. "" .=->A"" ...' ,JSI ury to a passing bugle-call or the Children's (mild) and Extra Strong,40*.
heart into the big artery (aorta) to tap of a careless hand which just;:

go to all parts of the body is that touches the door and tHen' passeson.
some of this blood goes directly mome-ntary-wish
Prayer is not a
from the aorta to supply the heart or a transitory whim. It is the utterance -
s
muscle itself. 'i
of a confirmed and persist-

There are two small vessels called ent'and unwearying longing. If you

coronary or heart vessels which car- want a prayer answered, you must ,Better. Than A Mustard Plaster!
ry the blood from the aorta, one to go'on praying" (J. G. Greenhough).
each side of the heart. It is
by
We have included the so-called Alone in Poverty
means of these two vessels and their /c Pr4'w -
Golden Rule under this section because Whilst 'you are prosperous, you
branches that the heart gets its sup- > o J1irI4$1I the word "therefore" links it can number many friends, but
ply of blood to strengthen its wallsso
with that which goes before. Dr. when the storm comes, you are (
that these walls continue to
can
G. Campbell Morgan aptly says, "If left alone.-Ovid.
pump blood. If anything obstructsor it omit the 'therefore,' we cannot
we
blocks these vessels, then the k'ey'.c,
If retain the
obey the verse. we
heart fails to receive bloodto '
enough % W' 'therefore,' and .are driven to ask,
do its work. These two vessels
to seek, to knock, and to know that
must carry enough blood to the ? n; the Listener to the. asking, to the
heart at all times to enable it to .Y ti.fr Father with backache ?
is
seeking, to the knocking, our -
the ordinary amount of bloodto ---J--i.I-i- .
pump with .
then the rule is golden
,
all parts of the body.It function badly and!
heaven's own light, but in no other WHEN kidneys
can readily be seen that'anv- suffer -nagging backache
thing that blocks these vessels or r;, way.The Golden Rule is really the ful- with dizziness, burning, scanty or tool'

their branches is a serious condi- i---4- j1:; 1- fillment of the law and the prophets frequent when urination feel and tired getting, nervous up at'''
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tion and heart ... night you i
may cause complete .. in the light of Christ's glo-
but Pills.
:s.'y: : : /IlIhYN'rI.WW.SM: all ... use Doan's .
failure. The blocking may be done ; k ry it is also a great principle of Doan upset are especially for poorly) ;

by a little bit of tissue from vege The above picture may be sym Christian love and consideration.IV. working kidneys. Millions of boxes!

table-like growths on valves of the bolically significant. Awaiting the I j\ Walk in the Narrow Way (vv. .are used every year. They are recom-i!

heart, by' spasm which closes the President, whose chair is vacant, ,,. ,/ L ... 13, 14).. mended the country over. Ask your,
mouths of the coronary vessels and r neighbor!
Garner and Postmaster General
prevents blood getting to the heart 'The road to heaven is a narrow
muscle to nourish it, or to what is James A. Farley drink a toast. )5 'yf, way because it is built to carry us

called "thrombosis," where the lin- Political wiseacres believe these through the quicksands;of this worldto -

jng of the coronary blood vessel be men may get together in opposition .a glorious consummation. It is

comes' thickened and blood cannot to the President next year. not a dismal road, for. it is lightedby i.
pass through. When the heart blood But "Cactus Jack" won't talk. God's glory;and it is not a lone- WNU"7 46-39

vessels are affected usually all the He just smokes in silence, as ,-<.:. some road (even' though few go that
vessels of the body are affected. In 'I when the picture at right was >>: way), because Jesus'walk with us. SHOPPING OTha best placeto
The road to destruction is broad. start shop
thrombosis, a small part of the heart your
muscle becomes soft (no blood going taken following a reputedly f. s'x"V The entrance is easy; there is much ping tour is in r

to it) and scar tissue replacesthe heated conference in the White company, but one soon finds that the [O; U r your favorite easy- ,

muscle tissue. It takes a num- House. His friends say the best company is distasteful-just fellow chair,with an open

ber of weeks for the spot to heal presidential endorsement he has I sinners. The earthly pleasuresone .Make- habit of reading newspaper.the advertisements t ,
and that is why rest in bed for six received to date was. the fervent thought to enjoy have, 'as a in this paper every week. They

to eight weeks is prescribed after anattack. I denunciation of C. /. 0.'& John Maclaren puts it, "a strange knackof can save you time, energy and money.Gla11d .
.of coronary thrombosis. Lewis. t1"l:21--:: losing their charm and at the
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I PEACE The Questions The Answers

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greatest guarantee of peace is -
nplIE i a public opinion that desires 1. When a'state is added to the 1. On the July Fourth following

peace. Without a knowledge of the Jnion, when is the star added. to the admission. .
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facts we cannot have 'such a public the flag? 2. The ant., '
opinion. Give light and the people will 2. What animal has the largest 3. A bugle has'no''valves, the : '

.find their own wny.U. S. Senator brain in proportion to its size? cornet and trumpet are similar; i

fenry ,C. Lodge Jr., 3. What the difference between but the cornet has more winding,

: a cornet, a 'trumpet and a bugle? curved pipes and is shorten j
A Loose Tongue ?P3: v/. 4. How many tons of water flow 4. The flow of water over Niagara -

over Niagara falls per minute? falls is 67,000'tons per minute.
Never yet did any man repentof 5. What is the difference between 5. Permanent-constant, without

having spoken too little, whereas ; permanent and perpetual? cessation..-Perpetual-repeating at

many have been sorry that,they .6.Arethere, more; ,red or white intervals..,.' :- ','i: .

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FRAME OF CURTAIN i arms with ,thumbtacks through a

BABY CHICKSBRED LUMBER RODz3, J *aSGREWEO double strip of the plain material.
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TO NOTE: Readers who are now

FOR PRODUCTION: Docks l I using Sewing Books No. 1, 2 and 3
RAISED FOR PROFIT:* Chicks OF MIRROR will be happy to learn that No. 4 is
SOLD BY QUALITY: Turkeys BOX aAN
STARTED CHICKS: Pullets 'FROM ready for mailing; as well as the
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MILFORD HATCHERY kesvuleeP 0.: ;; '" :":J 10-cent editions of No. 1, ,2 and 3.

Mrs. Spears has, just made quilt
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MEMORIES OF THANKSGIVING PRICELESS HEIRLOOMS block patterns for .three designs

CHICKS'' Assortedheavies.bl00d'$390 (Recipes Below.) selected from her favorite Early .

American quilts. You have
No culls. 100 postpaid may
v'" Send Money Order for Prompt Shipment. Cooking the ThanksgivingDinner for a 10-pound turkey. If a larger these patterns FREE with your
s
,. Lire DultrtTTt Guaranteed turkey is to be stuffed the recipe :
order for four books. Price of
ATLAS CO., 2651 Chouteau St. Louis,Mo. should be increased proportionately
SKIRT THUMBTACKED TO.SIDES books-10 cents,each postpaid. Set
Creamed Onions'With OF BOXES AND HINGED ARMS of three quilt block patterns with-

Creation of IdlenessIt Incredible as it may seem the cal- Cream Cheese. out books-10 cents. Send ordersto
endar is bringing Thanksgiving time (Serves 6) THE illustration shows what be- .
is idleness that creates impossibilities Mrs. Spears Drawer: 10, Bedford
of. the mirror and '
again and with it. comes .to every came piano
and where 2 pounds small white onions ,Hills, New YorK.
; men care stool which the bride had left over
homemaker thoughts the Thanks- I
.3 tablespoons butter '
not to do a thing, they shelter giving menu-plans for its prepara- tablespoons flour last week. To the mirror' and

themselves under a persuasionthat tion and anticipation of the'family's stool were added two wooden
,2 ..cups"milk
it cannot be done.-South.
boxes from the These
return. grocery.
% teaspoon salt OIXiiOROLINE
) were placed on end ,about .18 ,
Today, however, I want to reverse 1 block cream cheese BURNS PETROLEUM _.JELLY
.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are an inches apart ,and a shelf of" %-
this wholesituation.. I wantto Boil onions until tender in salted
effective laxative. Sugar coated. inch pine screwed to the top. A
suggest to you water. (This can be done on the
Children like them. Buy now-Adv.! frame was then screwed to'the
that enjoyment of day before Thanksgiving and in this Beyond Teaching'Who
back of the'boxes shown here.A .
your family on way the onions will be all:ready for as is'too'old to learn is too old
Experience and Memory curtain rod was placed across
Thanksgiving day their 'final baking on Thursday.) to teach. J
Experience is the father of Wis- should be the key- Melt butter, add flour and stir thor- the top and the mirror huhg

3om, and Memory the mother. note of every one oughly. Add milk and salt and stir lengthwise under it. An arm was'
then the front of, each
to
of the plans that until thick. Then add 1.block of hinged J
box. Paint next. 'White be- BXRGAiNVESPER
was A/GREAT
you make for the cream cheese broken in small
INDIGESTIONSensational day. Now that i pieces. When blended, pour over cause white furniture is smart and TEAllpesyijippcirPrintcd
because it matched the woodwork.The .
Relief from Indigestionand does not mean for onions in a baking casserole. Sprin-
in of
chintz
tones
One Dose Proves It one minute that I ,, kle with buttered cracker crumbs flowered
If the first do,o. of this plcasant-Ustlng little am suggestingthat and bake in moderate oven' rose and blue-green with narrow
black tablet doesn't bring you the fastest and most a (350 1 s 1
complete rcllcf you have elperlenred send boltlo the' Thanksgiving dinner be degrees) until crackers are frills of the plain blue-green tone
back to us and get DOUBLE MONEY BACK. This
@ matched the window curtains.
L Bcll-nns tablet helps the stomach digest food. slighted. I couldn't do that, for who browned. Serve at once.
L makes tho excess stomach fluids harmless and lets The dressing table skirt was
you eat the nourishing foods you need. For heartburn of us for one minute would sacri- Pumpkin Pie.
sick headache and upsets so often caused by fice those memories of -, made with a one-inch headingat
I excess stomach fluids making you feel sour and precious (Makes 2 pies) '
ONE DOSE of Bell- the top and tacked along the
sick all over-JTTST ans proves Thanksgiving dinners at grandmothers -
speedy relief. 25c everywhere. that are really priceless heir- 4 3 cups pumpkin ends of the table and the hinged

looms. No, I say-we won't sacrificethe eggs
Life's Thirst \Vz cups brown sugar
dinner-but will it
we plan so
Life's thirst quenches itself that you will be as free as possibleon V teaspoon salt Failure at, Home

With draughts which double thirst. Thanksgiving day so that you too % teaspoon grated nutmeg. Failure at home is a failure

-Anon. can enjoy the family and let the 3A teaspoon ginger everywhere. To leave behind in
Vs cloves
family enjoy you. A miracle you teaspoon the home, when one goes to one's

say? No-not: really-just wise plan- Vs teaspoon allspice work in the morning, unhappy

Beware Coughsfrom ning-plenty of work the day before % teaspoon cinnamon hearts or a feeling of relief at
4Vfc milk (scalded)
cups DIXIE FILM SERVICE
perhaps-but time-no worryandan one's absence is not a promisingsign
colds easy dinner on Thanksgivingand To cold canned or cooked pump- of power, with souls 'outside. P.O.Box 4385-A Atlanta, Co.
common that's worth while isn't it? kin add the eggs (slightly beaten).

Blend salt and ..
That Hang Onto How to do it? Well here are my .11 spices with the

suggestions. First, it is entirely pos- t-rJ brown Mix :,.v
.. Creomulsion relieves promptly because sible to clean, prepare and even ; sugar. i
it goes right to the seat of the pumpkin mixture
stuff the before
turkey the. day
trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm \..\ lJ[ with the brown CAMELS
Increase secretion and aid nature to Thanksgiving rather than on .\\J '- l sugar mixture, :
soothe and heal raw,tender,inflamed Thanksgiving:morning. Then put it" \} and to this add
bronchial mucous membranes.No ona, rack in an open roasting pan ; _. BURN SO MUCH
the scalded milk.
matter how medicines
many you r '
have tried, tell your druggist to sell and store it in your refrigeratorover .! Pour into pie plate lined with pastry LONGERGIVEEXTRA
you a bottle of Creomulsion the night. If'you have a mechanical -. dough. Bake 10 minutes in a hot ; -
understanding that you are to like refrigerator it will be running "
(450 degrees) or until crust ._
pven "
the it quickly allays the cough
way course. If you have an ice refrigerator SMOKING.
Then reduce
is heat to moderate
set. a -
I or you are to have your money back. i
be sure to'get an ample sup- oven (350 degrees), and bake '
CREOMULSIONfor ply of ice so that your' refrigeratorcan I until filling is firm-about 45 min- THEY RE THE BEST

,Chest Colds,Bronchitis really work for you over this utes. (These too'can be baked on the J

holiday.Vegetables-salads-relishes, including -.: day preceeding Thanksgiving.) y = rte:' k CIGARETTE BUY/

! Still Schoolboys' celery, radish rose's, etc., I Cabbage-Pineapple Gelatin Salad.
1 tablespoon unflavored Gelatin
Nations school- even desserts, one
but
are enlarged
and all'can .begotten Yz: cup pineapple juice (canned)
Froude.
boys.- ready on 1 'cup water (boiling)

'Wednesday and 1% teaspoon salt e;,,Y. .?' Whatever price you pay per pack,
tablespoons vinegar L 'It's important to remember this
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t as I say, then all I : :
E e 'that remains 'for .2 cups cabbage (shredded) ail fact: By burning 25 o slower than

Thanksgiving dayis 1 cup pineapple (diced) t the overage of the'15 other of the

just the cook- Soak gelatin the cold pineapple largest-sellin brands tested

ing, the table set- juice. Add to hot water and stir slower than any of them-CAMELS

:Y ting and later the until dissolved. Add salt and vine- .-?., give a smoking plus equal to

serving of the viands. gar. Chill. Add remaining ingredi-

Below I numberof ents and pour into mold. Chill until -
including
WORLDS LARGEST SELLER AT IOs am a I
set.Don't. Ii
Thanksgiving recipes which are WILBUR SHAW-Automobile i
all planned for just such Thanks- racing champion winner of Indian-
open 500-mile race 1937, 1939
Power of Ink giving ease. And-a happy Thanksgiving Miss These Household Hints. i

A drop of ink makes millions to each one of you. "Household Hints" by Eleanor
MORE PLEASURE I
-' think.-Byron. Roast Turkey. Howe contains as helpful a group of PER

Allow % to 1 pound of turkey per time-saving suggestions on every PER PUFF-MORE :

served. Dress, clean, stuff phase of housekeeping as one can
I person PUFFS PER PACK
; A wonderful aid for boils and truss turkey. Brush well with ever expect to find. To secure a PACK I II

i _, e where a drawing agent unsalted fat and place on rack in copy-to be able to put these ideasto II
.e is indicated. Soothing work in home-send I
large open roasting pan. (Store over your own 10
\ ( and children comforting.and Fine for. night In refrigerator if desired). cents in coin to "Household Hints,"

, Economical.There grownups.Practical. Roast in moderate oven (325 degrees care of Eleanor Howe, 919 North

) allowing approximately 20 Michigpn Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. s v{ n fry : '

I minutes per pound roasting time 0

for a 12-pound turkey, 17 minutesper S I
pound for an 18-pound turkey Homemade Bread for Young

\ Are Bounds and 15 minutes per pound for a 22- And for Old.

He that sips often at last drinks pound turkey. All the world loves homemade i I
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I it up. Brush with melted butter just be- bread and what is more homelike -

fore-serving.. .. .. ? .',. .;m, ,.,. than the old-fashioned hot
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Dressi 1g"for'TiIrkey:*" :' 'butterscotchri; -rolls, homemade

} 10 cups soft bread crumbs bread, parker house rolls, etc.,

1 cup butter (melted) that mother used to make? It's

O 1 tablespoon salt just those kind of recipes, (simpli- ,

1 cup chopped parsley fied though) that you will find in si roauaK.,.atcao." o '
2 tablespoons poultry seasoningMix this column next week. Be sure Penny for Penny '",;
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THE CLEWISTON
PAGE FOUR

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I at 7:30 p. m. Dick Patterson president -
number of their required _articles. 1 Ann Suggs, Mary Kathryn Dyess, and Wes Powell is the leader. .J
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The Clewiston News i Doris Simmons, Jo Ann Walker, Ja-
I' Other indoor games were played Services Every Sunday The theme ot the sermon Sunday
Slonaker, Mary
hunt, and delightful refreshments net Dobbins Ann Pearl of Greatest I
after the Norma Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Classes will be "The
Bussell, Mary Oliver,
Jack
Published every Friday In Clewiaton of individual cakes and .1 Bussell, Grace Ward. Claire Jones, for all, B. E. Herring, Supt. Price.."
served. A yellow "
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS ice cream were Betty Dixon, Cur- Morning worship 11 a. m. Sermonby
Kruger
Shirley
Inc. I and white color scheme_ was car-
I Pullen, Bub Mills, Clifford pastor. '.
tiss
ried out and the room was decorated Union 6:15.
l flowers and candles. 1 Beatty, Joe Parsons, Lionel Beatty II Baptist Training knoW T1I1ll[
KEATHLEY DOWDEN, Editor with yellow Harold Broaderick. Arch Hodges,, Director. 00 yoU
and
distrib-
fortune favors were
I Party Evening Worship 7:30 Sermon by ttwould

Entered as second class mail matter uted.The ALTAR BOYS| SOCIETY pastor. ? how eat
the Post Office In guests were Misses Betsy
at
February 1, 1927 Midweek services Wednesday to
Clewiston Florida under the Act of Ross Springer, Anne Pafford, Gloria MEMBERS GET PENKNIVESAt ,- be
7:30.
March 3. 1887.Sulascription. Winn,. Laura
McDuffie, Elizabeth
Bailey, Janice 'Wynn, Mauryne Prew- the meeting of the Altar Boys' Woman's Announcements Missionary Union I buYbuild or

Rate $2.00 Per Year. I itt, Marianne Jones, Parinella Society of Saint Margaret's Catholic '
Application. Bourne and Doris Hodges and Don Church last Saturday morning Sunbeams will' meet at the I I IV
On finance1L
Advertising Rate I member 3:30. Mrs. Herman
Miller, Nick Scblffll. Jack Waters, Father Flynn presented each church Monday r

Sonny Vaughn, I with a beautiful pearl-handle Davis Counselor. FChv
Martinez
Oliver : 0 ,
Devoted to the advancement and County.welfare Charles Turner, Billy Perry, Leonard I penknife with the title "Altar Boy" Junior G. A.'s Monday 3:30 with home ; III IIIFULL

'of Clewl ton ,and Hendry .1 Moore, Sherwood Hall. Robert I printed in gold letters on the han- Mrs. ,Arch Hodges.Intermediate III \ \ plan

Hodges and Bob Broadfoot. dle. The knives were appended to G. A.'s ,with Mrs.
+ which can
I sterling silver plains *
PITY THE EDITOR I McLeroy Monday 3:30. .
MRS.:: GRATTON GEORGE\ also be used as key. rings or watch meeting
n 1 HOSTESS AT SHOWER ', chains. Cottage prayer ? Tuesdayat DETAILS GIVEN...
When you'.ve' settled in your armchair 9 a. m. with ,Mrs. M. C. Vowell.
New members,. admitted to the
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I Mrs. Howard McNeicc, 'of pom-I II Society were Dick. and Kermit Tarle- The pastor will teach;the book WITH NO OBLIGATION
the news
All prepared"to read her 'r,
pano, who before "Following In his Train" a mission

And you've glanced across the, I I week' ago was Miss Bernice Guthrie ton.The members of this society assist study course book beginning Mon- home
Buying a
headlines I of this city, was honored at a pretty I I the priest in hiss ministrations at day November 20 at church daily'
Just to see which, 'what and whose, shower given by ?Irs.: Gratton I the altar. 7-8 p. /Monday through ,Friday. I of your own is I

Did you ever stop to ponderIn George at the home ot '1\ rs. HarI I I At tomorrow's'; meeting officers the finest type
a sort of reverie afternoon I
Tuesday COMMUNITY CHURCH
ofthIiftClewiston
Guthrie
vey I will be elected for the coming year.
And recall that editors are The living_ room was decorated i I

Human folks like you and me? with pastel colors, and a color I I ATTEND FUNERAL Kent Pendleton, Minister. Federal

They've an interesting profession scheme' yellow and blue, was car- Bible school meets at 9:45 a. m.

But it sure has ups and downs; ried out. After the guests assem- I On Thursday morning of last B. C. Flaniken, Supt. and LoanAssociation
Whether on 'a city dailyOr each materialfor hour 11 Savings
bled the hostess gave I week Mrs. Benjamin Bourne, organist Morning worship a. m.
In villages and towns. a dish towel with instructionsto of Saint Margaret's Catholic Choir leader, J. E. Beardsley..

Where Now, to he's me.backed the tough against assignment the wall,, hem each end and embroider These her I' Church, and the Mesdames Catherine Young People meet on Mondays'
in the corner.
own name Comiskey and Eleanor Flynn,
man's who prints a weeklyIn
Is the
the bride.

;: a town where all know all. were Mrs. ,Jimmy.then presented Wilson and to 'Mrs. Her- I went special over music to Pahokee and .sing, to the provide Mass the of ..:..:..:-'...:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..=..:-....:.:..:...:..:..:.(..}o:..*..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..

Now, the reason folks for my seem talkingIs to feel man Dyess received bath towels as the Angels at the funeral of Mr. s \ 1I ....
'cause some
prizes for speed in finishing the farmer of the Pa-
Waters, pioneer

Or That he a sap the scoops,editor or just a new is a crazy heel.If arrival,. sewing Mrs. Foy, and Durrence Mrs. A. L.received Hackett.neatnessof bath and hokee Monday section morning., who died Mr.suddenlyon Waters I Lots are NOT Higher I j jv

clothes as prizes for the 1 member of Saint Mary's Cath-
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was a Y
And remarks It looks. like dad *
their work. 11 Father Law-
olic Church, Pahokee.
Then fond mother in a tantrum
The next contest provided, plenty rence J. Flynn conducted the serI v

Or Gets If so sonny very,boy's very: report mad. card of amusement to count when the each number guest was of vices. Burial was In Woodlawn: :f But we have sold over FIFTY since Jan ::
requested Beach.
I West Palm
Cemetery
Has a mark of eighty-nine Mrs. Herman f -
articles in her purse.
And a news mistake says eighty- Dyess received a handkerchief as A CORRECTION :: uary 1st. Naturally the cheaper resales :!:
hienous crime. I Q
That's a very
the greatest number -I
prize for having
Or when some sweet daughter mar- I of articles and Mrs. Harry Father Lawrence J. Flynn, pastor {: go first. Repeatedly we've warned the *

ries. I similar handkerchief Catholic Church y
Knight received a i 10f Saint Margaret's
!All bedecked in colors gay, as prize for having the most wishes to correct an error relative ::: supply is limited. ::
that and thoseon I
this and
With some useless articles. I to the card party for the benefit of .. .:.

Mrs. McNeice then opened her the Altar Society. In last week's :s: :::

And a great big loud bouquet gifts, which were numerous and paper It was announced by a mem- J.. .. -:: .:..
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God be good to any newsman I
served a deli- that the card ,
lovely. Mrs. George ber of the Society r,.
If he doesn't say she's grand, cious salad course. party was to be held at the Cath- :
If he doesn't say the maiden I included Miss the is J. E. Beardsley
The guest list olic rectory. Intsead,,,, party
Is the fairest in the land. ,
Mrs. Manning Kenn, home of Mrs. Ben-
Gaudy Waters, to be held at the s 4 s
Then when Charley goes to college I Mrs. A. L. time is two- : ::
Mrs. Herman Dyess, jamin Bourne. The Real Estate
And negotiates the team :
Glen Etherton Mrs. afternoon' of November
Hackett, Mrs. thirty in the
Ma and pa send in_"a write-up I Foy Durrence, Mrs. George Prevatt, twenty-first. Bridge and Michiganwill =yi= I
Whilst their countenances beam; t Miss Roberta George, Mrs. Harry be played. The 'public is cordially _i: ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER )

And though Charley played two Knight, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. invited to attend. Tickets k HOPKINS BLDG. PHONE 66 *..iy

minutes I Jimmy Wilson, Miss Evelyn Hare, I I are thirty-five cents, and maybe
tackled where he stood, y
And was y
Miss Dorothy Hare, Mrs. Jimmy I obtained from members of the Al-

Should Doting parents Charley's think very the newsman good. Weaver, Mrs. Malley Palmer, Miss I tar Society or at the Rectory. :.!::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...;:.;..:'.:..:..;..:..:..:..:'........ .............................':....................................... .'.........:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.

say I Beulah Guthrie, Mrs. Gilbert Davis
:Mrs. Whozis Whatzis party 1 ____ -- --- --- ----

and MrsvG. W. Croft of Delray I . ...............................,..............................................................
"Has a list of thirty names i' Mrs. R. .....................-...!wJ"JMMJ..JM.. ..-.MMJ*!..Jw...J.-.M...!MJM....!..-*4wMJMMtM ................ . . . . . . . . **
Beach, Miss Florine Moore, .r. .. ................ ...... .. .......... ............:.:.:. ....
Tea was served to twenty-nine, but I' Mrs.R. I.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..! :..:M:MX{..:M:--:M:M:M:M:M:M:M:M:M:M :M:MXX : :.: : : : : : : : : : :":":":":":":":":":":":":": : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :t:
Carlton,
L. Guthrie, Mrs. A. C. I .. ,
Gosh he left out .Mrs. Ames; :.-0 -
J. Lee, Mrs. Bill Blount, Mrs. :
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Now that editor's a dumbell. : GO"
S. Bell, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. 1.1 I
Mrs. Ames will get him told- 18:: \ XI
S. McDuffie, Mrs. Claudia ,
And the next time that he meets ::::
Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. '''Bill Blount :YA: _
her !I.YA ENJOY AN :_: :
She just glares and looks real cold. Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn Miss Marcia XX:: ;
Avant, and Miss Billie Hooker. .s'.s. .
Does this sound exaggerated? II I II ::.. '. :::::

'Ask an editor some day! : i,

Situations by the hundreds I I PROGllAM GIRLS' AUXILIARY ON AFRICAN HOLDS WORK n L : ALL ELECTRIC I n

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''He must face along the way! <
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Bo before you act as critic The Junior Girls' Auxiliary met ** \i. E. I
Give the editor the breaks; H 0 M ..' :
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Monday afternoon at the home .s"s.'s"s. ",.:"'.:;_.:., :
If you'll think the matter over- the counselor, Mrs. Arch Hodges. A -', 8

He makes very few mistakes! program was given on the topic- : ''
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Rev.. Lawrence J. Flynn. Going South in November., The discussion iiW: ss AUV -f-- *

was on what Baptist mis- y..rS .
WOMANS MISSIONARY SOCIETY sionaries are doing in Nigeria,

BUSINESS MEETING TUESDAYThe Africa. *:: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that 1

Womans Missionary Societyof -Those, present Doris ,were Simmons Wilma, Mamie Jean'Tingl :.s's:::;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the AS A:::

the First Baptist Church met at Triee, Betty Stough, Norma Bussel :: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently ...

the church Tuesday afternoon for and Joan Walker. ,.'s. ...S.

the business and social meeting. ..u.!. and economically. ..;...s..:. .
4 SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY ....s.'r's'
"Devotionals were led by Mrs. H. : .

E, Walker. Reports from, the of- FOR DORIS HODGES ::1:3: : One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or : :!:

ficers and from the chairman of Miss Doris Hodges was given a hours of safe reading light or operate ::::
: two
give
personal service, publicity, litera- :::;: your eyes
surprise birthday party last eveningby
ture, White Cross,_ Childrens' home radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is : :;:
her mother, Mrs. Arch Hodges, *::: your
and stewardship were, made. assisted by -Mrs. H. L. Davis and the more of it that you use. 3:
that cheaper
3:: one thing gets
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Mrs. Dan B. Allen and Mrs. A. Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff.The :f.:


served R. Broadfoot lemonade were und hostesses cookies and to games evening and was contests.pleasantly Refresh-spentin :yyi i:k That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home .s.**.

Mrs. Bill Blount, Mrs. W. R. Broad-
'ments of cake and ice cream were
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erick, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Mrs. E. M. serve ct.The. ::::i: that is all electric and modern. f.s.

Cornette, Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs. I guests included Misses Janice .... .:..:.

M. C. Doke Mrs. A. D. Dixon, Mrs. Wynn, Barbara Broadfoot, Eliza- yy: .yo.s. ...:.

Floyd Hanna,. Mrs. Arch_ Hodges, beth Winn, Betty and Laura Bailey,' ..':' :ii:::
Mrs. E. E., Kelly, Mrs. H. G. Mc- Gloria McDuffie and Betsy Springer,. :s::::' .
LeRoy, Mrs. Alex McGowan, Mrs.C. IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :!::;:
,Robert'Hodges, Linwood Dixon, :::: ELECTRICITY ......
E. Nail, Mrs. W. J. Robison, Mrs.( Paul Pullen, Jack Waters, Jimmie .s.'. i.
C. W. Simmons'Mrs.. M. C.. Vowell. + ...s.
Davis, Bob Broadfoot, Charles Tur- y.s" .
Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. L. C. 'r' **
and Elkins. EXTRAVAGANTLY. :
ner Guy
Miller, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrix A. C :::: ANT-USE IT .A..

Carlson, Miss Helen Carlson, Mrs.B. CAROLYN ROBISON HAS .s"s' ..s..t.I ...
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H. Cuttino, Mrs. Roy Owen and PARTY ON NINTH BIRTHDAY r
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Carolyn Robison gave a birthday .,. .. .S"t.
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BARBARA BROADFOOT, HAS ,4 .s..s.
party celebrating her ninth birthday 4I' .s. .
SCAVENGER HUNT RECENTLYMiss at the home of her parents., Mr .i1:'' .. : '.. 'I "' 7 .S..i.'
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and Mrs. W. J. Rolii-on.
Barbara Broadfoot celebrated Prizes in the wore awarded -

her thirteenth birthday recently to Mamie Trice games, Marilyn Davis, Ii Glades Power and light CO.I! .

with a scavenger hunt and party Curtis Pullen and Doris Simmons.

given at the home of.. her parents, Green baloons were distiiHited as 1 Ahy

:Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot. favors. A color s;scncmo c.f pink, y .

The group of guests were divided white and green 'wa.s carried out In
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into four teams and the group cap- the cake and ice cream which. was y

tained by Charles Turner won the of the three colors. yIX +iNNNM

prize, a box of candy for each, for The guests were Mann Sain, .::.:??:::.:..:..:.:..:..:..:...._..:_..:..:.:..:....:....:....:..:..:..:..: .....-...:.".;:"...:.'S. :."..:.".:..:.."..:."..:."..:...?-,:..:..':..,.:....:.:....::-.:....:.....:.....:.-..:...:.-..:...:....:....:...:-.:..:..:...$.".:."..:."..:."..:-".:...:.".: :-"::."::.".::.".::"'::.".::.".::.-.::.".::.':.:!:'.: ti
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T1IE CLEWISTOtf KfcWB
I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER; IT. loSe I I ..
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I I BAPTISTS TO HOLD .
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Ann Crow-Hooker BAKERY SALE .... JOHN IL DOTYEngineering

and Mary Kay Pafford, spent Satur Consultant .
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;' PersonalsEdison day visiting Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Wil: Miss Billie Hooker, daughter ol The :Baptist W., M. S. has an- Architectural, Mechanical and
l ] nounced that it will conduct a
Hams in Punta Gorda. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hooker,, Structural Designs
v and George Edward Crow, Jr., were bakery sale of pies, cakes and can-
Maps Estimates
Mrs. E. C. dies on Wednesday, November 29th,
Mrs. P. C. Tarleton, married in a quiet ceremony per-
Community Church the day before Thanksgiving. Orders Hopkins Bldg. Ciewlston _Fla.
Mills, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. formed in the
Jones spent the weekend last evening at seven o'clock. for any particular product may
J. H. Morrison and Mrs. C. T. Hurst manse officiated.. be given in advance.
at his home in Fort Myers. Rev. Kent Pendleton
were visitors Wednesday in For. j
The couple's only attendants were Glasses l"It"ntlflt"nllrDroken: Ienex'
MRS. JAMES: HARRIS HONOREE
Bill Sapp of Fort Myers was i a Myers. Durrence. The Fitted and Ileimlrcd Duplicated .
Mr. ,and Mrs. Foy
AT STORK SHOWER TUESDAYMrs. DR. F. D. GUDBAUR ;
business visitor here Saturday.' bride<, an attractive blonde,' wore a OptometristPhone
Edmonds,,
Mrs. Margaret Foster blue
frock of
afternoon crepe
lovely T. Musgrove entertainedwith ins :S Collier Arcade
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley are of Columbus, Ohio, is spending a with brown accessories. Her flow- Fort 3Ij-crn, Florida
stork shower Tuesday after- .
a Successor to K. H OakleyJohnson's
spending a few days in Miami. few days in Clewiston. on business ers were tube roses and lilies of noon at her home in the Francisco

Mrs. Edmonds is connected with the valley. apartments, complimenting Mrs. I

Joe Cato spent the week-end with the national Red Cross organization. Mrs. Durrence wore teal blue and Jimmy Harris. Fish Camp ,

.f relatives in Arcadia. carried tube roses. A pair of dish towels was awarded
and Catherine of the bride's family I Mrs. Harold Hawkins
Misses Eleanor Flynn Only members as prize to (Near Hurricane Gate) .
Clyde Allen of Lakeland was a Comlsky and Mrs. W. D. King and a few close friends. witnessed who won the stork contest. A delightful .
Clewiston :Fla.
business 'visitor; here yesterday. and FatHeif: L. J. Flynn were visit- the ceremony. refreshment course of con-. .
Saturday West Palm Beach. salad, cake and Cocacolaswas Boats and 1\Iot"'s-Guid Service
ors in Mrs. Urow is the eldest daughter gealed .
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gonterman if Mr. and Mrs. W. C.. Hooker and served. Rates Reasonable

visited in Cocoa this week. Mr. and "'Mrs. Andrew Gross and las. lived all ,her life In this vicin- The guest list included Mrs. "'. H. Johnson Mgr. ...
son' of Honolulu, Hawaii were vis- ty. She graduated from the Clew- Richard Small, Mrs. Floyd Mo'untain -

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson were itors, who. spent several days In ston High School in the class of Mrs. Paul 'Harris, Mrs. M. A.
.' of Mr. and Clewiston-this week. They were registered 1939. She was a maid in the May Thomas, Miss Cora Mae Brantley, J.M. COUiE7!
the week-end guests ; at' the Inn.. Queens' court for two years and Mrs. Don Carlisle: Mrs. Broward
Mrs P. E. Walker in Punta Gorda. luring her senior year was cheerleader Scott, Mrs. J. E. Varnadoe and Mrs.J. Counselor and Attorney at Law

Miss Audrey McLaughlin spent of the Athletic Association; C. Varnadoe Mrs. Hiney Anderson Hopkins Building
Mrs.: W. F. Simpson and Mrs: he; week-end:: with friends in Fort She is employed in the local post Mrs. Sam Young, Mrs. K. Bow- Wednesdays and Saturdays

Henry C. Kolstad were visitors in \Iyers. Mr. and Mrs. B. McLaughlin .jffice.Mr.. den, Mrs. Harold'Hawkins, Mrs. 0:80 to 4:00
Fort Myers Monday.C. drove over Sunday and accompanied .: Crow is the son of Mr. and I Melvin Rudd, Mrs.'' Wilbur Dyess,
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: her.;home. Mrs. G. E. Crow of Jefferson City, I Mrs. James Barb s, Mrs. Buster .. -.' '-' ,_.., .- -
Nelson was a business visitorin ;. :Missouri. He graduated from the Nobles, Mrs. Cart'Anderson, Mrs. ,. .- --.: "
Jacksonville for a few days the Miss Betty Spicer returned Sunday I University of Missouri ,where he wasa I Bill Prevail, Mrs. .'.C. E. Lear, Mrs.
latter part of the week. from Jacksonville where she I member of the Kappa Alpha fra- Andrew :Taylor and Mrs. Bob EYES EXAMINED

spent. the week-end, going up for ternity. He has resided ,in Clewiston Wiandt.

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Little of Pen- the; Georgiaj-Florida football game for more than a year, and is a re- Glasses Fitted
Bacola and Mrs. Walker Nail and Saturday. '. search assistant in the laboratory BENEFIT CARD PARTY AT

baby son spent yesterday: in Miami. of the. United States Sugar Corpo- BOURNE HOME: NEXT TUESDAYThe

Mrs. Olin Carleton of Atlanta, ration. I .J
tZI Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of arrived Wednesday to spent the After a brief honeymoon the cou- benefit card party, which is

Miami spent the weekend here visiting winter in ciewlston with her daugher ple will return to Clewiston and being sponsored by the Altar So- I

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Etherton.Mrs. Mrs. W. F. Simpson. Mrs. Simpson reside in the ,Etherton apartments. ciety'of St. Margaret's Church, will
met her mother in Okeechobee. Present at the wedding ceremony be held at the'hom of Mrs. B. A. DR. J. M. MORQUS

H. J. Oglesby and Miss were Mr .and Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mr. Bourne next Tuesday, November
Julianne Oglesby were visitors Tues- I Father Lawrence J. Flynn went and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mr. and 21st.Tickets ., OPTOMETRISTof

day in West Palm Beach.J. >ver' to Pahokee Thursday to attend Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Mr. and Mrs. are being sold at 35 cents. ArcadiaCONSULTATION.

to bu !ipess relative to the W. C. Hooker, Mrs Tracey Stone; ,' Both bridge and Michigan. will be AND

W. Milligan of Belle Glade wasa tainting and altering of Saint Mary's Miss Mae Lily Stone Miss Beth played.FOR. I EXAMINATIONMONDAY :

business visitor in Clewiston Catholic Church, of which he isastor. Nail, Mrs Viola Stone,. Miss June AND TUESDAY

Tuesday.Mrs. ) .,'' Hooker, Clayton Waters, Munselle MODERN PLUMBING NOV. 20th & 21st

Stone, J. D. and Elbert Hooker. See Hooms'110-112'
W. B. McCOLLUM:
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J. A. McGehee and Mrs. S. Mr. and Dire.. James McFadden of CLEWISTON INN
"' Plumbing and 'Heating
L. Crochet were visitors in Fort racksonville, 'former members of SPAGHETTI ,HONORS .
itchult Apartments -
Myers Monday.Mr. Saint Paul's \Catholic Church In ENGAGED COUPLE SATURDAYMr. Clcwlaton, Florida -
Arcadia, were visitors in Clewiston

and Mrs. John Lucaa were ast Sunday afternoon as the guests and Mrs. A. W. Lawrencewere

visitors in West Palm Beach yes- of Father Flynn.' hosts at a delightful spaghetti

terday. ; supper at their home ,Saturday BOWLINGIs
Mrs. F. D. Hessie arrived Sundayrom evening, complimenting Miss Billie

Mrs. Maude Hare has gone to ( Jacksonville for a stay with Hooker and Mr. George Crow, whose
Okeechobee to to spent the week-end her daughter;4.Mrs. G. T. Augur wedding occurred last night.
with Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace. md family. Mr. and Mrs. Augur, Guests included Miss Hooker, Mr. an amusement a recreation and a health builder

Carol and Jean,' met her in ...WestPalm Crow,, ,Mr._ _and.,.Mrs._. A.. W. Sias_ '. .'.... ...., Every ..Jivuscle is exercised_ a year mound game..
is..: Mr. and' Mrs! :Judson Francis and Beach.'. ': "* \ Mr. .and Mrs., Foy Durrence and .- B >WL IN CLEWISTON AT :

t baby of Canal Point spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Urey Waldron. "- ... ,
Mrs. Gilbert Davis and 'Mrs. G. J' ...- :
I in Clewiston. and Mrs. = A and B Alleys :i,:',
W. Croft of Delray Beach MRS. SCHARNBERG'S VISITORS I
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and Howard McNiece of Pompano were GUESTS AT EVENING BRIDGE
Mrs. Paul Bussey spent Wednesdayin guests for a few days of friends Hours 2:00 p. m. till -

West Palm Beach. and relatives here.' Mrs. McNiece is 1. Mrs. Herman Scharnberg entertained -

the, former, Miss J Bernice Guthrie.. with an informal evening
Mrs. C. 'L. Downs Miss Hazel I bridge party Thursday' evening for II
Timberlake were and Mrs. Graham Bienenvu, Graham iTTTTTiEliEiTTTTTiEliE '
Prince and Martin Mr. her guests, Mr. and Mrs. = ; : : .
week-end visitors in Sarasota.Mr. of Central Vertientes, Camaguay Bienenvu, of Central Vertientes,.
Province, Cuba, were guests Thurs- Cuba.
and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, day and Friday of Mr. and Mrs. H. High prizes were won by Mrs.P. i NOTICEHUNTERS jj jjy .
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David Prewitt and Mrs. Scahrnberg. Mrs. Bienenvu Bestor.
Benny and J. B. C. Tarleton and H. A. hY
M. M. Prewitt motored to West was returning to Cuba after a visitin The guests included Mr. and

Palm Beach today. New Orleans, and was met hereby Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs.E. t 'iy

her husband. t C. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. P. C.
Miss' Betty Spicer visited friends Tarleton, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr. ;t We Have Everything For The Hunter 3!:
" in Jacksonville last week-end and Mr. and Mrs. W.-W. Chadwickand and Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mr. and h

attended the Georgia-Florida game son, Wayne,' of Tampa were Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. y'
there on Saturday. guests over the ':wee1,-end of Mr. !

and Mrs. W. H. Lanier. Mrs. La- ALFRED DODGE CELEBRATES CLOTHING '
John Tiedke and W. H. Jayne: of nier's mother, Mrs: Flora Deans, of 8TH BIRTHDAY SATURDAY X 1
Toledo and R. E. Kurtz of Fort Wilmington, N'',- 'C. accompaniedthem Hats Boots Breeches Shirts \ :;:
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few days hereon and will visit with Mr. birthday ..
Myers are spending a here' Alfred Dodge, whose eighth "z.'z" .
business. and Mrs. Lanier 'till Christmas. occurred Monday celebratedwith 'z" .'. ".
.y
a party Saturday afternoon. t .
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crouch will MRS. HALL GIVEN SURPRISE I Various games were played, Richard HARDWARE ;

arrive tomorrow from Brooklyn. PARTY ON BIRTHDAY FRIDAYMrs. Knight and Volney Robbins winning 1
-' They have taken an apartment at prizes. Y '
the Inn for the season. H. R. Hall, 'was honoree ata Cake, ice cream and candy were :;: GUNS AMMUNITION :_;:

surprise informal party given by served and balloons were given as o' j.
Clyde' O. Boone of Wauchula Mrs. W. D. King;'-at. her home Fri- favors. The guest list included' Bob :_i: Hunting Knives, Lights, Camp Stoves :*_:

spent several days here visiting his day afternoon. Mrs., Hall was the Smith, Kay Bowden, Bub Mills, y yy

brother, Irving Boone and Mrs. recipient of many: pretty mementoesfrom Jimmy Johnson, Roy Hatch, Edward y yy

Boone. the guests. Bourne, Volney Robbins Skippy =:;:
:;: GROCERIES MEATS TOBACCO
Several progressions of bridge Cothern, Bob Berner, Billy Toulis, h
: Mis. Connally Nail and son Billie, were enjoyed, Mrs. B. McLaughlin Jack Phillips, Charles Miner, Rich- 1I
and W. F. Nall of Moore Haven i' winning a pretty embroidered apronas ard Knight, Billy Broadfoot and +

: were visitors here yesterday after- first prize, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Evelyn Dodge.
: noon. Old Spice talcum as second prize I PARKINSON'S INC. I
and Mrs. Durst Yardley soap as BABY SON
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'.. Misses Winnie Mae Vickers, Jua- low prize. ', -.

nita Platt and Ruth Blum and Mrs. Guests were 'Mrs: McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Gideon H. Brownare :;:; THE COMPLETE STORE 2:;;:

Leland Pearce of Okeechobee were Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs; Durst, Miss Mildred the. proud parents of a baby :: ::
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visitors here Tuesday. Durst, Mrs. 'Kealhley Bowden, son, who arrived yesterday morning. +i DRY GOODS HARDWARE GROCERIES t'i

-- Mrs. L. C. Miller, 'Mrs. C. T. Hurst I. The baby weighed 7 1-2 pounds and '---
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Mrs. Harold Hawkins of Belle and Mrs. Hall. I has been named Charles Warren. "', __u __ _.,-. ___ ) Yo: .-.t:,;: .,_ ":.:,..,:= .. .= 'r /
Glade and Mrs. Melvin Rudd of i .
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II I day. __ ,. a

. ''I+ 1 ... Miss Marcia Avant, Mrs. Blxler
a.: I ',. and Eon, Harvey Hubert Land and
daughter, Shari and Mrs. H C.

Avant spent Sunday In Fort Myers.Mr. !..
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and Mrs. J. F. TJppey, Mrs.
Zerney Meredith and Patsy Meredith '
I FOR 'REMODELING AND MODERNIZINGO ,
were business visitors, in Fort Myers
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Saturday. There are .no delays when you use the you how easily you can have them. 0 With

\ I ABC Monthly Payment Plan for home rethis plan you pay out of income on easy a'
.. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Berard anrl'
I pairs and improvements. .' Tell us about terms. Come in and see us about this simple,
i II, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Berard of Beaumont -
Texas, arrived Tuesday for a your home repair needs and we'll show convenient way to purchase home< .repairs.

t-; visit with Mr. and Mrs. H T.

(0 Vaughn and family. Mrs. Vaughn Is Phone 88 ROYAL LUMBER COMPANY Clewiston ,Fla.
" a. sister of Claude Berard and an ,
aunt'of J. C. Berard.- .,
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NOR deem the irrevocable'past as!
The DIM LANTERN wasted, wholly vain, if
I :. rising on its wrecks, at last to something
: nobler, we attain.-Longfellow.

Happiness never lays its finger; on
its pulse. If steal
we attempt to a
:' ,. glimpse of its features, it disappears.

By TEMPLE BAILEY .. :.. .. -Alexander Better it were Smith.that all the miseries

I ,. .. which nature owns were ours at once,
than ,guilt. Shakespeare.
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O PENN PUBLISHING COMPANY-WNU SERVICE ''' :'.
Be at war with your vices, at peace
with your neighbors, and let every
.f '. '.' -. .. year find you a belter man.-Franklin.
CHAPTER XIII-Continued light as a feather. Adelaide broke ."T wne's not, marrying Judy and band. But she still ,defetrpd; the Courage does not consist in the '
-19- one and ate daintily; Then she said, the babies. He'smarrying you. Hewon't announcementof.her.enagement.. absence of fear, but the subjugation

"I know. But-Oh, I can't ana- "How's little Jane Barnes?" want all of your, poor relations "I've: told one or._twq people," of-fcnr. i. : <', .
lyze it, Edith. I love you-no end. Frederick was immediately self- hanging around.." Frederick: had said. ,. ."': '" It is as 'easy to callback .a stone
More than-anything. But I won't conscious. "She's."still--in Chicago." "Oh, he will.' He has been simply "Whom?" /,I thrown from' the hand, as to call back

ask you to marry me." "Sister better?" "- dear. I feel' as if I can never do "Well, Adelaide... She's such an the word that is spoken.-Menander.
"Do you know how selfish you "Much." / enough for him." old friend:' ,And I told Annabel, 'of

are, Baldy?", "When is she coming back?" She was very much in earnest. course. .I,don't, see why ybu'shouldcare
"I know how wise I am." "Jane? As soon as Mrs. Hemingcan Baldy refrained from further criti- ; Jane. Rotten

She made an impatient gesture. be brought home. In a few cism lest he''cloud the happiness of "I think I'm afraid that when I Apples
"You're not thinking of me in the weeks, I hope." her home-coming. The thing wasdone. go into a shop someone'will say,
least. You are thinking of your Adelaide drank a cup of tea almost They might as well make 'Oh, she's going to marry Frederick WERE you ever a youngster
East
pride. at a draught. She was awareof the best of it. So he said, "Do you Towne, and.. see how shabby she where they
He caught her hand in his. "I an impending disclosure. When always call him 'Mr. Towne'?" is.' bought apples by the barrel and
am thinking of my pride. Do you the blow came, she took it withoutthe "Yes. He scolds bu-t'l can't "You are 'never'shabby." stored them in the cellar over
it is for to let say against the long winter ?
evenings
suppose easy me flicker of an eyelash. Frederick-or Fred. He begs me "That's because I made myself
Jane-take money from him? To "I am going to ,marry Jane it-but I tell him to' wait till to'do two new dresses while I was at Ju-: When winter came, did you
feel that there is no man in our Barnes, Adelaide. The engagementisn't we're married and then I'll say' dy's. And this is one of them." spend most of your Saturdays
family who can pay the bills? I am to be announced until she returns 'dear.' Most wives do that don't "You have the great art of looking sorting over the barrels of apples,
,
proud. And I'm glad of it. EdithI to Washington. But I want they?" lovely in the simplest things. But picking out the rotten ones so

want you'"to be glad that I won't my friends to know." "I hope mine won't." some day you are-going to wear a they would'not make the whole
barrel
take-alms. She put her elbows on the table, "Why not?" frock, that >I have for you." He told that way?
Her wise.reyes.studied him for a her hands her- about the silver And didn't you and the familyeat
clasped and rested her "I shall want my wife to invent and blue crea-
moment. "You" blessed boy. You chin on them looking at him with names for me,. and if she can't, I'll tion he had bought in Chicago. "Now nothing but rotten apples the
blessed poet, she sighed, "I am steady eyes. "So that's the end of do' it for her." and then-I take it out and look at it. next week? ,
proud of you, but my heart aches- it I've it in Isn't life like that?
Ricky? put ,
Jane opened her eyes wide. "Ro-' your room, Jane, and
for myself. "The end of what?" mance with a big R, Baldy?" it is waiting for you." And didn't you live in the kitchen -
He caught her almost roughly in "Our She because the parlor should not
friendship. "Yes of, I should thought now of the blue and
course.
want to
his arms and in a moment releasedher. should be silver be'mussed up? And isn't it the
"Why ? .
be king, lover, master-friend to the gown, as Sophy'said: "Miss
"I'm right, dearest? "Oh, do you think that your little woman who cared for me. That's Jane, I done pressed that w'ite chiffon truth that you lived in the kitchen

"No, you're not right. If we mar- Jane is going to let you philander?" the real thing, Janey." of yours twel it hardly. hangs together. all your life?
ried, we'd sail to ,Italy and have a "I shan't want to philander. If "Is it?" But she did not follow ." And didn't you always wear
villa by the sea. And you would that's the way you put it." the subject up; she drew another "I'll wear it once more Soptiy.I'm your old clothes, because you had
paint,masterpieces., Do you think "So you think you're in-love with CUD of coffee for herself. and asked havln'g'a sewing'woman next to keep the good ones to go to
my money, counts beside your talent her.* finally, "When is Evans coming week." meeting on Sunday? And ,as a result -
? Well, I don't." "I know I am," the red came up back?" With the old'white chiffon she weren't you run down at the

"My dear, let me prove my talent in his cheeks, but he stuck to it "Not for several days. He will wore"a golden rose or 'two-and sat heel"and patched on the seat most
first. As things are now, I couldn't manfully. "It's different from any- to Boston when he finishes with New go at Frederick's right, while on the of the time?
pay our passage to the other side." thing-eyer that: I've'felt before." York." other end of the great table, Cousin And did you ever get over it?

"You could. My money would be "They all say that, don't they, "I see. And he's much better?" Annabel weighed her.in the balance. Haven't you gone through life
yours-your talent mine. A fair ex every time?" "I should say. You wouldn't know Jane knew she'was being weighed- with an ,inferiority complex, hold-
change." "Don't be so-cynical." him." Cousin Annabel was so bluebloodedthat I ing musty ideas and most of the

He stuck obstinately to his pointof She shrugged her shoulders. "I'm He rose. "I must run on. We'reto it showed in -the veins of her time the same old worn-out notions -
view. "I won't tie you to any dine at Towne's then?" hands and nose-and her hair was until they were ready for the
promise until I've proved myself." dressed with a gray transformationwhich grab-bag? Do you still wait for
"Yes. Just the five of It
"And we'll lose all these shining us. quite overpowered her thin somebody else to step ahead and
seems funny that I haven't
years." met little face with its thin little nose., do the pioneering?
Cousin Annabel. But she's able to
"We won't lose a moment. I'm I c take her As a matter of fact, Cousin ,Anna, You do-if you're still eating
place at the head of the
going to work for you." bel felt that Frederick had taken rotten apples.-W. L. Y. Davis, in
table Mr. Towne tells
He told
He was, she perceived, on the me. leave of his senses. What could he Los Angeles Tribune.
me, too, that she wants to meet
me.
heights. But she knew the weari- see in this short-haired girl-who
But I have 'a feeling that she won'tapprove
ness of the climb., hadn't' a jewel, except the one he )
of me, Baldy. I'm not fash- had given her? '
"
Coming out of the garden in the ionable enough. Jane, wore Towne's ring, hidden, YOUCANA
"Why should be
late afternoon, they were aware of c you fashionable" ? on a:ribbon around her neck. "Some
You all
other arrivals at the Inn. are right as you are. day: r.ll"Iet everybody see' it," she
"Adelaide "Am I? Baldy, I believe my stock had said"' "but 'not now .
and Uncle Fred, by all. :
the gods," said Edith, as they 1: y1.r.. ,f 1 i has gone up with you." "You' act as. if you were' ashamedof FFORDFAST
peered into the dining-room from I iJ / / I "It hasn't, Janey. You were al it."

the dimness of the hall. "Oh, don't I ways a darling. But I didn't wantto "I'm not; But Cinderella must
let them see us., Adelaide's such a I I spoil you." wait until the night of the ball."
bromide." "As if you could," she smiled wistfully It was while they were drinking RELIEF

They crept out, found Baldy's car : "Sometimes I have a feeling; their coffee in the drawing-room
and sped towards the city. "I should Baldy, that I should like life to goon that the storm came up. It was FROM PAINS OF

say," Baldy proclaimed sternly t just as it is. Just you and me, one of those cyclonic winds that: RHEUMATISM NEURITIS
"that for Baldy. But of course it can't." whip off the ,
a man who is engaged, a tops of the trees and 1
thing like that is unspeakable." :t I "Of course it can, if you wish it. blow the roofs from unsubstantial '' HEADACHEA

"Oh, Uncle Fred and Adelaide," You mustn't marry Towne if you edifices. The thunder was a cease- 'I' A TABLET
said Edith, easily; "she probably have the least doubt." less reverberation the lightningwas NOW BUYSGENUIN'
asked him. And she was plaintive.A "I haven't. any doubts. So don't' pink and made the sky seem :: '
plaintive woman always gets her t worry." She, stood up and, kissed like a glistening inverted shell. BAYER ASPIRIN
way." him. "Briggs will come out for me Cousin Annabel hated thunder- .In

Adelaide had been plaintive. And ',/ k ;,f -and we are all 'to see a play to- storms.and said so. "I think I shall
she had hinted for the ride. "Whynot 1\t gether afterward." go to my room, Frederick."
an afternoon ride, Ricky? It "Edith told me." "You are not a bit safer up there
would rest you." "Baldy," she had hold of the lapel than here," Towne told her.

"Sorry. But I'm tied up." of his coat, "how are things going "But I feel safer, Frederick.. "She
"I haven't seen you. for ages, "Edith told me. with-Edith?" was very decided about it

Ricky." not. Well, I shall miss you, Ricky, "Do you mean, am I in love with So'she went up and Baldy and )
"I know, old girl.. I've had a dear." her? I am." Edith wandered across the hall 'to

thousand things." That was all, just that plaintivenote. "Are you going to marry her?". the library, where Edith insisted 2 seconds by stop watch,a genuine Bayer
"I've-missed you." But Adelaide's plaintivenesswas "God knows"She they could observe other aspedts Aspirin Tablet starts to disintegrate and ia
It wasn't easy for Frederick to ignore always effective. looked up at him in surprise. of, the storm. why ready Bayer to Co to Aspirin work.nets See for so yourself quickly.this way,
that. Adelaide was an attrac- I "What makes you say it that way? Jane and her lover were left
tive woman. Jane was home again. Judy was Has she told you she didn't care?" alone, and presently Frederick was Millions now enjoy modern

"Oh, well, I can get away at four. better. Philomel sang. The world "She' has told me that she does called to the telephone.. speed method and save
We'll have tea at the old Inn." was a lovely place. care. But do you think, Janey, that "I'm not sure that it's safe, sir they once spent for
"Heavenly. Ricky, ,I have a new "Oh, but it'sgood to be back," I'm 'going to take her money?" in this storm," Waldron warned. money it.
blue hat." Jane was telling Baldy at break He patted her on the cheek and "Nonsense, Waldron," Towne said, lzigh-pricedrellledies.Try

"You could always wear blue." fast. The windows were wide open, was off.Jane and stepped quickly across the polished You may be surprised at the speed
He decided that he might as well I the fragrance of lilacs streamed in, picked a spray of princess- floor. with which Bayer Aspirin brings relief -
make things pleasant. There was a there were pink hyacinths"on the ta pine and stuck it in her blouse. Thus it happened that Jane sat from headache and pains of
shock in store for her. Of course Oh, what an adorable world! Her by herself in the great drawingroom rheumatism, neuritis, neuralgia. (
the fastest most effective
he'd have to tell her about Jane. ble."It's heavenly." world. Could there be anything bet of the Ice Palace, while the Among Known, Bayer, Aspirin not

So Adelaide in the new blue hat- Baldy smiled at her. "The same ter than Frederick Towne could give wind howled, and the rain streamed only ways brings relief from such pains
with a wrap that matched-with that old Jane." her? down the window glass, and all the very fast. but this quick way is
porcelain white and pink of her com She shook her head, and the lightin Baldy's words rang in her ears- evil things in the world seemed let very inexpensive. It may save the
plexion-with her soft voice, and ap- her eyes wavered as if some "Do you think, I am going to, take loose. dollars once spent on high priced
pealing manner, had Frederick for breath of doubt fanned it. "Not .her money?" And she was afraid remedies.
three whole hours to herself. quite. The winter hasn't been easy. Yet she was taking Frederick Not of the storm, but of the great Once you try it. actually know feel

She told him all the spicy gossip. I'm a thousand years older. Towne's money. She wished it had house. She was so small and it .its thousands. quick relief make, you'll sure they get why no

Frederick, like most men, ostensi- I "And with a wedding day ahead not' been necessary. Each day" it was so big. Her own little cottag'eclasped .substitutes for Bayer 8
bly scorned scandal, but lent a will of you." seemed to her that the thought her' in its :warm embrace. Aspirin by always A

ing ear. What Eloise had said, ,what "Yes. Do you like it, Baldy?" burned deeper: she was 'under obligations This great mansion"stood{ away from .asking font by its full 1.91r9
Benny had said, what all the world He leaned back in his chair and to her lover that' could be her-as the sky stands away from name. .never by the R
was saying about Del's marriage. surveyed her. "Not a bit-if you repaid only by marriage. And they the *'desert. All the rest of her life ; name"aspirin":
"And they were married here to want the truth-I shall be jealous, were to be married in June. she would be going up and down alone.ffflLJ a,
!'
day. I didn't dream it until Eloise of Mr. Frederick Towne." Yet why should the thought burn? those great stairs-sitting in frontof ;J/I'IIl.II:

called me up just before lunch. "Silly You know I' shall never She loved him. Not perhaps, as' this :great fireplace, presiding atthe ,
Edith had told her." love anybody more than you, Baldy loved Edith. But there were end'of'F'redeHck's great ta- '
"Edith was here?" Baldy." respect and admiration, yes, and :bls-dwarfed by: it all, losing personality I Bureau of Standards

"v sJ and young Barnes." She was perfectly unconscious of when she was with him, she fit individuality, bidding good- .. '. ,
She stopped there and poured the the revelation she was making, but his charm, she was carried alongon by' forever to"little Jane Barnes, BUSINESS organization
tea. She did it gracefully but Fred. he knew-and was' constrained to the whirling stream of his own becoming until death parted then; -A which wants to get the

erick's thoughts swept back to Jane say "Then you don't really love adoration and tenderness.She the wife of Jj ederick Towne. .. "most--for the, money..sets up
behind her battlements of silver. him." went back to her own little (TO BE CONTINUED) standards by which to judge \.

"Four lumps, Ricky?" "Oh, I do. He's much nicer than house, and found a great box of The Hand of Fatimah what is offered to it, just as in
"Urn-yes." I imagined he might be." Washington the
roses waiting. She spent an hour The Hand of Fatimah is an Arabic government
"A penny for your thoughts." "Oh, well, if you think you are filling vases and bowls with them., charm or amulet and is found maintains a Bureau of Standards.
'They're not worth a penny, Ade going to be happy." Old Sophy'coming in from the kitchen engraved in many medieval manuscripts ,O You can have your own Bureau
laide. Lots of lemon, please. And "I know I am-dearest," she blewa said, "Looks lak dat Mistuh I and on buildings. It repre- of',Standards, too. Just consult
no cakes. I am trying to keep my kiss from the tips of her &1gers. Towne's jes' fascinated with you, 'sents the right hand of the Lady the,advertising columns of your
"
lovely figure. "Baldy, I'm going to have a great Miss Janey." Fatimah, daughter of Mohammed newspaper. They safeguardyour
"Oh, why worry? I like big men." house with a great garden-and invite "Aren't the roses lovely, Sophy?" by his first wife, and is supposed to ) purchasing power every
"That's nice of you." Judy and the babies-every Jane wanted to tell Sophy that Mr. be a powerful amulet against mis day of every year.
Martha's little sponge cakes were summer." Towne would some day be her hus fortune.






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11113 CLEWISTON NEWSi11AY, iXOVKMJJEH 17, 1930

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Those attending were Mr. and I gingerbread and coffee. Those attending Davis 5 and Dick Owen 4. \ D.Dated 1939. this 9th r day of November, A. O

National AssociationContinued Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Features and Clubs
Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. were LOUIS O. GRAVELY,

Herman Davis, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. I Doty, Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton, The 'Dramatics Club has completed 199 As!-Special Nov. 10-17-21.Master in Chancery.No. .

( From Page 1) Wenzloff, Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Mis. Joseph Robbins, Mis. Manning the cast for the play, "Early to

crop of 1931-32 showed an aver- McLeroy, Misses Beulah Guthrie, Keen, Mrs George Terrell and Mr. Bed and Early to Rise". It is as ix THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE

age yield of 1.8 tons of sugar per Betty Bailey and Adrian Shuler, .and Mis. J. J. Graham. follows: $ TWELFTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OF

acre and last season's average was and Harold Ahney, Junior Waters, !I I Audrey Mcliauglin as Patsy. FLORIDA, IX AND FOR lin\DRY
IN CILAACCUY.
COUNTY
CLUB MEETS Julia Oglesby as Marion.
EVENING BRIDGE
Ted Prescott, Earl Hingston, J. D. Case No.-
4.1
tons. Waldron, Donald Plank, Alfred WITH .AIRS. R. C. NOWUNGMis. June Hooller as Spanky. CLEWISTON REALTY: AND DEVELOPMENT -
J. E. Beardsley spoke for the Leah Richaud. as Miss Montgomery. CORPORATION, a Florida:
Williams.
talk Jones and Pete II corporation. ,
truck growers and began his C. E. Nail won a cerise bag '. Plaintiff,
explaining that his first experience Florence Graham Aunt Abbie. v.
ASSOCIATION as first prize at the Wednesday as
marketing BAPTISTS ATTEND P. W. HALL and :MRS. P. W. HALL,
with Everglades : evening bridge club which met at Louis Leiter:: as Jim Griggs. his wife, tt ai,

was when he carried a hamper of A large group of members of the the home of Mrs. R. C. Nowling. A Dick Owen-as Evert. : ORDER REQUIRING Defendants DEFENDANTSTO
dock to
eggplant three miles to a First Baptist Church attended a compact went as second, high prizeto ,Dick Taileton.! as Bobby. APPEAR
be shipped by boat to Fort Lauder- TO P. W. HALL and MRS. P. W.
meeting of the Palm Lake Associa- Mis. B. J. Schroeder. HALL his wife, 211 South Olive, Los
dale and then by rail to Washingtonand which was held in Belle Glade Others playing were Mrs. Harry Angeles: California; r
tion,
three cent stamp back E. J. MORRISON if alive, and If
got a AOTICI: 1rAST1R's
them Turner Mis. II. R. Hall, Mrs. R. oFvsriciALSALH
He discussed Thursday and Friday. Among dead to his unknown heirs, devisees,
labor.
in return for his Rev. and Mrs. H. G. McLeroy, C. Wilson, Mis. W. H Lanier and legatees: or grantees and :MRS. E. J.
were
the vegetable situation in the :MORRISON his wife:
and commentedon Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. Her- Mrs. Roy Alston. Delicious hot up- Notice is hereby given that under R. WILBOR, if alive, and If deadto
'glades very briefly Davis, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, sidedown cake\ with whipped cream and by virtue 'of a final decree cf his unknown heirs, devisees legatees
the fact that Everglades farm- man sale made and entered: by the Hon- or grantees and MRS R. S. WILCOR -
to'a diversified Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, A. W. and coffee was served.SCHOOL orable George W. Whitehuret. one of his wife. 0
ers were turning Dodge, Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Mis. I It the Judges of !the Circuit Court of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
farming program more and more the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of the a suit has been brought against you
He concluded his talk A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs Arch Hodges, State of. FloridaT' in and for Hendry to quiet and confirm the title of
each year. Mrs. C. Nelson, Mis. G. E. Wenz & { Wf.f\ County in Chancery on the 8th dav Clewiston Realty and Development
by recommending that the party of November A. D. 1939: In that cer- Corporation, a Florida corporation as
here Thursday morn- loff and B. E. Herring.The tain cause pending in" said Court against you, and each of you to the
visit tht-levee an invitation wherein Barcarmil Company, a cor- following described real property in
ing and get a view of Lake Okee- Association accepted NEWS poration is Plaintiff and Dula R. Hendrv County, Florida, to-wit:
of the big from the Clewiston church Wallci is Defendant will, on 'Monday Lot 14, Block 173, as per General -
chobee and a portion meeting the Hh dav of December A D, Plan of Clowiston, Florida I
divisional
flood control project to hold its next according to Plat thereof recordedin
of o'clockin
government 1939 between the hours 11
in Clew- Editor ..,_. Dick;: Patterson Book 2, 7 to It,
to Miami. which will be in January, ""U"" I the forenoon and two o'clock in Plat pages
before going on Public Records of llendiy County,
Ihe afternoon at the front door of
iston. Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges Florida.
the llendiy County Court House in
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE ENJOY Sports Editor ...._.: Dick: T.uletou the City of L'iBelle. Hendry County, IT IS ORDERED that you and each
Florida, offer for sale and sell to the of you are hereby required to appearin
STEAK ROAST TUESDAY NIGHT ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSMEETS Assistant Spoils Editor highest and best .bidder for cash the the Circuit Court for Hendry County -
AT EZELLE HOME Louise Letter following property situate lying and Florida at LaBclle Florida and
being in Hendry County, Florida, to- file with the Clerk of said Court your
A group of poung people, mem- ,Society ..._.-........... Marie Ilobbins wit written appearance (personally or'by
bers of the B. Y. P. U. and the The Adult Sunday School Classof Features and Clubs, Julia OlesJV{ The Northeast Quarter NE'A,) Monday attorney in) in December said suit A. on D. 1939 the! !), being-first

Young Peoples Class of the Baptist the Communiyt Church met at Humor ..........._,.......... Eel Von Much I of and the the Northwest West Half Quarter(W%)(NW of the 1) the 4th to day file of with said month said ,Clerk and thereafter your-

Sunday .School, attended an out: the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Advisor ..............._........... )..'. LatloFomth Northeast Quarter (NE?!.) all In written defenses, if any, to the bill of
door steak roast near the Scout Ezelle Monday evening. I. I Section 18 Township 13 South complaint in said suit at the time
Range 29 i llst. except: thcrcfiom. prescribed by law.
House- Tuesday: evening. Following the regular class meeting { however, Block 2 of the plat of Herein fail not or judgment will be
the. picnic supper, various at which Mrs. J. H. Doty, presi- I. "LABELLE ESTATES" and a strip entered againsc you by default.
After wide
. of land one hundred feet IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
games were enjoyed. dent, presided, the hostess served Grade Gives Pi-ojjram across the tract of land for the this older be published once a week
A very interesting Dutch pro- Seaboard Railroad Right of Nay for four consecutive weeks in The
and- a strip of land one hundred
Clewiston News, a newspaper of general -
gram wa's presented by the fourth feet wide for the right of way circulation in Hendry County,
NNON : ! .1..!..! !.;..:.P !..;..'.. ;N! grade Wednesday morning in cha- for .the State Highway from La- Florida
Belle to Tort Myers and Lot num- DONE AND ORDERED at the
pel. The program was as follows: ber,eight (8) in Block A "I3US- Clerk's office. City of LaBelle, Florida,
Song "Wish I Lived in Holland"by ERS ADDITION TO LATIELLE"lying 1 this 26 day of October, 1939.
'1 in llendiy County Florida. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
..so.s' fourth grade.Recitation Said property will be sold for the! I Clerk Circuit Court.
.s'.so "Wooden Shoes" by purpose of satisfying said decree and I I Hendry County, Florida.
..so.so costs. Oct. 27-Nov. 3, 10, 17.
Betty Jean Moody. I

Song "Wheie. Chime The Bella"

60LFI ij by fourth grade.
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Ii Duet "If I were a Dutch Boy by 'FAMOUS NOMtS IN HISTORY ,
'' Betty Emerick and Clifford Beatty.:
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Golden, Mary Shirley
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; c. Foulis' Chorus by fourth grade.

.s, .__, .' Dialogue "Holland Fashions" by i.r' ( '

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:!: Shirley Tarleton and Betty Dixon. :
Recitation "Tulip Bulbs" by .Carline -
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... Friday morning when there were ; This was the home of John
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3: words correctly. They were: i and comfort of a home of your own
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= Lillian Golden, Kathryn W'yess,
Moderate Green Fees I
t Mary Bussell, David Golden, An-

.sO 'T- thony Toulis.
Exceptional Fairways
Monday morning the cleventligrade

participated in the weekly Clewiston Federal Savings
:_: Interesting Greens
: spelling; contest. Dick Tarleton won,
i' 28 words correctly Flora
spelling ;

II\ Lee Haven was second spelling 26 and Loan Association

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