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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Kelly To Build New All To ShaI'eInSugarBonus

I TIGERS WIN FROM 'GLADES ENJOYING I Apartment House Employees


f i EVERGLADES HERE GOOD PRICES FOR II : Plano

J. F. Tippey, local building contractor

VEGETABLES laid out the foundation for
FRIDAY NITE 2913.Dick FALL
a new apartment house on Pasadena SUGAR CORPORATION SEND!;
I Avenue which is being built by E. Tigers Meet Moore I COPY OF NEW PLAN TO

Tarleton Probably the best fall vegetable E. Kelly, manager of the ClewistonMotor EVERY WORKER:
Construction has Haven Here TonightTlie
handed the season of recent years so far aa Company.
Clewiston Tigers
The 29-13 shellacking prices are concerned is being enjoyed I not yet started for there is some A copy of the new employees'
boys: from Everglades a by Everglades farmers, many of question as to whether it will rise participation plan, which supersedes
here last Friday night un harvesting fall II on the location as staked out or be Moore Haven Terriers will the bonus payments of former cropyears
showedtoo whom are now
der the lights. The Tigers beans cabbage .and other crops and moved to an adjoining lot eastward. invade Clewiston tonight hoping fora was distributed last week to
their opponentsand
for
much class getting a nice margin of profit. I The present location is three lots second victory of the season over every employee of the United States
Sam Lang was
even though west of the new T. B. Shelley duI the Clewiston Tigers. The kick-off Sugar Corporation together with a
unable to play they scored an easy This season, however finds few
I is scheduled for eight o'clock. letter of explanation from corpora-
planted in the Immediate vicinity I
victory. crops plex.The
and those that new apartment will be simi- Chilly weather of the past few tion officials. The new plan'pro-
of Clewiston
of
Captain Stone proved the star have beans ,and other crops I lar in design to the two-story, two- days has caused some fear that the vides for every corporation employeeto
the game by scoring three of theTigers' do to I apartment house now being completed crowd may be smaller than usual share in the profits for the 193O :)-
will not begin harvesting
The first planted il
touchdowns. ,
four I but tho rivalry { season.
another weekor nearby for Royal Lumber Company for the contest tonight crop
extent for I
of great
in the first quarter any
score came but will be slightly larger, between the two teams and The letter sets out that the Department .
the game when Stone took a reverse two. I I the proposed building being twenty- I I the interest::; which has been shown of Agriculture, after hold-
from Hooker and ran 10 the Lake Harbor area, how-
In
four feet by th 'ty-six feet. It will during the past few weeks in this ing wage rate hearings in June of
yards around right end to climaxa ever, farmers have been be finished with plywood interior game should bring out the biggest this ycdr, failed to make "known
drive. Bud Vaughn'sdropkick fortunate by not particular-I
65 yard ly I and with asbestos-cement siding crowd of the season. their wage determinations until
for the extra point was harassed so much by
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and roof. Each of the two apart- Coach Turk has been handicappedto after the spectacular rise in sugar
wide. and are harvesting nice bean cropsat I I ments will contain a living room, some extent by injuries and sickness prices immediately after the out-
the larger
The second score came in the this time, among Wilder Clarence I dining room, kitchen, two bedroomsand in his squad but apparentlythe break of the European war. Becauseof
Melvin ,
same period about five minutes growers being Joe bath.It team, will take the field tonight_ this rise the department added,

later when Stone, three plays after Lee, Charles Burkett Thomas and ,others.In is understood that Mr., Kellyis :stronger:: than for the past several a provision to the wage determination -

o he had intercepted Lacey's pass, Wood, Ernest during the past weekor building, the apartment for the games. Sam Lang, stellar end for requiring an endofharvestbonus
had pickings
that
scored on the same play out in the :Everglades l/ased upon the average price
to have use of company employees. the Tigers was
reported
two they are
touchdown. The extra -
made the first game because of illness but of raw sugar in excess of three
cleared much as: $2.00 per ham-
added when Hooker as
point was is expected to be in the line-up tonight cents per pound. The corporation
caught Vaughn's pass in the end per.The I and J. B. Brantley will be in : has accordingly revised its former
of cabbage to be HUNTERS IN
MANY
first report
zone.A at the other end position. Jim Davis method of wage dividend distribu-
few plays following the kick-off cut was from G. H. Williams west will be in at center instead of tion with the result that every employee -

Berry, Everglades captain, fumbledthe of Liberty' Point who cut two big SEASON Bill Davis who has been out for will receive as much and the
tried to kick and truckloads yesterday and will con- I WOODS AS than is
ball when he some time with a streptococcus knee. majority of them more required -
ball went beyond the end zone for I tinue cutting daily. Cabbage is reported Captain Munselle Stone will be in by the department.The .

a safety.In to be bringing from sixty to i GETS UNDERWAY I the left halfback position, J. D. chief difference in this method -
I dollars ton at this time.
eighty per
the middle of the second quar- Hooker at right half and Bud of giving a bonus and that used

ter, after a series' of short passes Despite the fact that several large Vaughn is expected to get the call during former harvests is that this .

that put the ball on the 5 yard line acreages of beans are being harvested The regular hunting season for as tailback. season every employee will share

Stone scored his third touchdownof the shipments from Belle Glade Florida opened last Monday'and The Terrier squad has also suf- whereas before an employee must

the evening when he circled right and Pahokee have by no means hunters from every part of the fered from_ injury jinxes and one have been at work for at least one

end after taking a reverse from reached a mid-season peak, the state have been flocking into the of the players instrumental in defeating season; prior to that for which the

Hooker. shipments being unusually low for hunting grounds of lower Hendry the Tigers in the season's distribution was made.
this time of year which may be
Then less than two minutes laterA. being county during the week. first game by a one touchdown mar- The plan itself sets out that no
Hancock, the Everglades left contributory; received to by the those good prices fortunate- I Many hunters left the latter partof gni 'was forced to quit early in the participation will be due if the

end, took a 20 yard pass from fields in last week and made their wayto season because of a bad heart. price of raw sugar falls below three
to have now pro-
enough ,
Lacey and crossed the Clewiston I' the best hunting ground to be Leath, the first string tailback has cents or if less than 60,000 tons
luction. S
goal line making the score 21-6. ready for the season opening Mon- been ill a good portion of this week of 96 per cent raw sugar is produced -

'" Just before the close of the third day. Many of these parties are still (Continued: on Page 8) during this season. Those

i period Junior Berry, brother, of Community. House- Is I encamped in the Big Cypress area key men whO-: each-, year receive
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-' Captain John, took .a reverse from and very meager reports have been Lake Under SupervisionOf I stock bonuses at the president'sdinner
Lacey and raced 30 yards down I Favored By Kiwanis I received on the hunting luck.: I will not be affected by this

the sidelines for the visitors' sec- The general impression left by Conservation Office new, plan. The other employees are
ond touchdown. Lacey passed to those who have returned is that I divided into two classes-those to

James for the extra point. ,President-elect J. E. Beardsleyhad turkey and deer are unusuallyscarce whom the corporation makes available -
the charge of the program at the all hunt- Lake special perquisites and those (,
But their chance to catch this year but nearly Tallahassee-Florida's big
Tigers faded away when in the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Clubat ers are finding good quail and Okeechobee is und r supervision of to whom these perquisites are not

last quarter, Bud Vaughn heaved a the Inn Wednesday evening and dove hunting. Contrary to the be- the state conservation department, made available.The .

30 yard 'pass to J. D. Hooker who worked up some interesting data on I lief that the woods would be extremely being designated as salt water for bonus for the first class is

I \ took it in the Everglades end zone. work to be undertaken- in the new wet following the heavy the, purpose of commercial fishing based on the simple average 'priceof

Bud Vaughn place-kicked the extra year.Mr. j i fall rains many experienced hunters regulations. raw sugar from' ,November' 1 to
point to give the Tigers a 29-13 Beardsley first passed out I report that they penetrated the From every source word comesto May 31 and ,if ,this price is greater

victory. slips of paper to each member on area with no trouble. R. L. (Bob) Dowling, Florida's than 3 cents but less, than 3.05cents :

The lineup for Everglades: le, A which he requested them to write : The killing of ,only one turkey I supervisor of conservation, that of- one half of one percent_ .of the

C. Hancock; c, Ed Janes; re, D. suggestions for projects to be work- has been reported to the News by I ficial said today, that fishing in total wages earned by the worker

Hancock; qb, Junior Berry; Ih, ed on in the new year and asked Clewiston hunters, a gobbler killed the lake is good-both commercialand is paid: as a bonus. If the price is

'L 41 John Berry; rh, Tom Lacey. For also that each member write down the first day of the season by El- sports. between 3.05 and 3.10 then.one.

the Tigers: le, J. B. Brantley; c, : his choice for chairman of the several -I, bert L. Stewart and J. A. McGehee. ,, The lake is next to the lan;t per cent of the total wages will', bo

Jimmie Davis; re, A. D. Frith; qb, I committees. As a third request -, According to a local law passedat fresh body of water wholly withinone paid. For each further rise of .05

Money Stone; Ih, J. D. Hooker; rh, he asked that each name the the last session of the Legisla- I state and extensive fishing cents there is added one per cent, of
Bud Vaughn. number of members he felt the ture by Representative Stewart and operations are carried on throughout the total wages earned during the

club should have. \ also by representatives from other 12 months of the year. preceding twelve months. In addition -

The securing of a community adjoining counties,. hunting will be After conferring with field agents I there will be a service bonusof
Brick Work On School house was rated as project one I permitted every day: until December in the southern end of the state a I five per cent of the first bonus

when the results of the poll were 1 after which time it will be pro- few days ago Supervisor Dowling : for employees who have worked for
"'. !, Nearing CompletionLutes tabulated with a beautification project hibited in Mondays, Wednesdaysand employed Gordon W. Hamilton of the corporation from three to five

second, a swimming pool third, Fridays until the season closes Belle Glade, former merchant of years, ten per cent for those who

vocational work fourth, publicityfifth January 1. This staggered season that place, and Mr.: Hamilton has have worked: from five to nineyears
Brothers, of Fort Myers, and recreation sixth. The paving was an effort to prevent the whole- been, equipped with a serviceableboat and fifteen per cent for those

. are nearing completion of the sub-' of Bond Street and the repairof sale destruction of game by the so- and will be engaged in regular who havo worked ten years or more.:

contract for the brick-laying in the Kiwanis and hotel signs on either I called "ice-box" hunters. patrol duty on the lake. His duties For those employees who do not

new Clewiston schoolhouse. The side of town was also sug- I The law prohibits tho shooting will be to contact all fishermen and share in special perquisites the

walls had been completed today to gested. : of more than one buck deer in a I dealers, enforce the laws and extend payments are higher the payment
I The poll also showed that the day or two in a season, two turkeys his cooperation to all dealer: being based on aggregcalculated at e earnings
the upper floor ceiling level and average membership popular with a day or five to the season or fif- and sportsmen, with a view of maintaining I by multiplying the actual

further work will be held up whilea the group was twenty-eight with teen quail or squirrel a day or 200 the extraordinary fine feeling wages earned during the twelvemonth -

concrete beam around the top numbers ranging from 25 to 35. per season. The day's bag of ducksis of friendly service now existing:: period by a factor startingat

at that level is being, poured by 10 and snipe, 15. in all quarters. I. three for one year's service and
his Mayor Wm. J. Ilendry of Okeachobcc" Increasing .25 for each added year
Contractor Paul Bussey and Road 25 To Be
men. The brick walls will rise onlya i iI I East Half CollierOpen City was here to confer with I of service up to ten after which

couple .of feet above this beamto Opened Next Week Supervisor Dowling, and ,is one there is no Increase. Participation
which the structural steel of To Hunting among many who expressed his in the plan is based as for the first
conditions the price of raw. sugar five
the roof is tied. pleasure over improved class on
After weather conditions had held I Road 25, between Belle Glade I better fishing, and better feelingon percent when the price is between

up work on the foundation and a I and Twenty-Mile Bend was com- A letter from J. V. Knapp. secretary the part of sportsmen: and deal- 3.00 and 3.05 cents and raising. a
delay in shipment of_structural and pleted on Thursday of this week I of the Florida State Livestock eis. He is a large seafoods dealer quarter of a percent for each .05

reinforcing steel had caused prog- by Ebersbach Construction Companyand Sanitary Board to Keathley Bowden,, I and also prominent as a sportsman, cent raise in price up to three: anda

ress to be further retarded, the a final Inspection of the road publisher the News this week is and is well qualified to speak on half cents.
work once started has moved ahead by state road officials and engineerswas to the effect that the east half of conservation work and its result: However these payments for tho

rapidly. expected today in order that it I Collier county is open to hunting in the lake area.Commercial''' second class of workers is based on
might be opened to traffic the first this year during the regular;:; seasonas fishermen go in the production of 75,000 tons of
in strongly for catfish, this being their or over and if this amountis
past
Takes of next week. years.It sugar
Mrs. Shelley
This section of highway, an important had been rumored that all of money fish. In their net operationsthese not produced the payments ,will
i.\\ Place 1 link between the lake area Collier county would be closed to fishermen remove many thousands decrease in proportion to the pro-
High Bowling and other predators entirely
of garfish and cease
and Palm Beach, has been closed for hunting as of November 1 and duction decrease
infor- and this is in the interest of falls under 60,000
I two years during which time the Mr. Bowden had requested if production

Mrs. T. B. Shelley bowled 144 state road department has spent mation on this point recently. Mr. conservation. said the boat tons.
half million dollarsIn Knapp stated that the board had Supervisor Dowling
pins in a game Monday night to approximately a Lake
I I take the lead for women bowlers widening and resurfacing the quarantined only the west half of which has been patrolling several days PARKINSON'S REMODELS!::
on the local alleys and Mrs. E, E. section. It was originally very nar- the county so far and that the department Okeechobeo. for the last Worth /
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Lako
,I Kelly was toot far behind the same row and the close proximity of would not operate in the is being moved into also will be plac- The dry goods department at
evening with 126 pins. Mr. Kelly deep canals made it a most dangerous I cast half until the close of the and another agent enforcement work Parkinson's Store is being remodeled -
it for
rolled a score of 195 to lead the stretch of road. The canals regular hunting season. ed aboard waters, this week with the closing up
i male contingent for the week. have been moved further away from The livestock ranitary board, in those Palm Beach county enforcement of one of the shallow display win-'

.,_ I Y'>. The mark of 218 pins set by the road grade, the road bed has with paid hunters, is killing out the I thus tightening up service the over a dows on the east side and removal
j been been materially widened anti tbe deer in Collier county In an effort and conservation .
Martin has
Timberlake never dressing room
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/"J, brQken.} -.- WhQl road. r?urfftcefli, y Itttle fever tick eradlcatlpn\ wjq- !>r area. Of fine fishing, .',' waters,. .'' of ,,WQ. .

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U. S. Keeps Its Eye on World UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Men may never be able to "harness" -
Puzzle
Still tc I earthquakes, but they have

Through Vast 'News' Network SUNDAY Lesson made use of volcanoes. In Ice-
Most Doctors land they use them to obtain hot
By HAROLD L LUNDQU1ST. D. D. water. Private houses have boil-
Dean of The Bible
Moody Chicago. Instituteof ." ing water laid in, as it were, from t
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) the boiling springs, which are vol-
By DR. JAMES W. BARTON canic in origin. At Reykjavik

rheumatism is about Lesson for November 26 the capital, there are communal
WHILE
known disease, iti wash-houses ,where washerwomencan
be busy with hot
seen water
just what causes it is difficult to ; Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-
lected and copyrighted' by International from Nature's own boilers. Gratings -
find in some cases. There is no permission.Council of Religious Education; used by are fixed over the springs to

question but that prevent the women from falling in.

some poison in TODAY'Sthe THE WORKS OF THE MESSIAH Whether man will ever be able
system is really to use the power pent up
HEALTH LESSON TEXT-Matthew 81427. inside a volcano it is hard to say.
causing the symp- GOLDEN TEXT-Jesus of Nazareth Already science has harnessed the
toms, but just COLUMN ti Y e went about -icing good.-Acts 10:38.: I tides, and such mighty forces of,

where the poison "Does it work?" In general, Nature as Niagara, to provide us
from must be discov- the with light and power.
comes question is a good one, and
ered .before relief can be ob- especially is that true as it is ap-
tained. 3 : plied to religious systems and

to be swingingof philosophies of life. These claimto
There appears ) Go have CLOTHESPINNOSE
frSs''V power to deliver man from
from
backward
the pendulum his sin and give him peace and rest.
thinking that all cases of rheu- What we want to know is, do they

matism or arthritis are due to L\ actually do it, not only in the day Has a cold pinched your s

infected teeth and tonsils and of health and prosperity, but in the nose shut-as if with a
hour of death and devastation clothespin? Lay Luden'son
? The a
to thinking that failure of the I Behind scenes in the U. S. state department is a pulsing communications answer is that every one of them. your tongue.As it melts, ,

stomach, liver, gall bladder machine which keeps official Washington informed instantaneously has failed and does fail, with the helps cool menthol penetrate vapor clogged rises, ; r ;

and intestines to do their work of diplomatic maneuvers throughout the world. Before Secretary of exception of Christianity, which passages with every nasal

properly, is the cause. State Cordell Hull gives his news to Washington correspondents (above), comes "not in word but in power"I breath...helps relieve" that Y, f1%

Dr. Robert S. Contrell, En- a hundred hands have kept flowing the constant stream of information ( Cor. 4:20). In Christianity is "clothespin nose!

glewood, N. J., in Medical I.from.., co American. diplomats,. abroad. Here is made the news that determines daily found living.the only real dynamic for LUDEN'SThe 50
u. ;,. foreign policy, an all-impor Menthol ''
Press and Circular : Cough Drops.
says tant function now that Europe i$ at I. Personal Needs Satisfied (vv.
"The significant fact that 14-17). .
At The
war. right: state department
nearly all arthritic and rheumatic This entire section of the
switchboard in the division of communications j Gospelof
patients have, or have had, stomachand Matthew is concerned with Happy Ones .
and records where i
I ,
intestinal or liver disturb- 'f!. miracles. But happy the of
hundreds domestic and It is interesting to note they, happiest
ances, should suggest that the :. of foreign : : how many of these events concern their' kind, whom gentler stars
source of rheumatic diseases lies calls are handled daily. : : unite and in
:. '. personal needs. There is scant one fate their hearts,
within the body and the infection of comfort to the needy one to speakto their fortunes 'and their beings
teeth and tonsils are due to these him in generalities about a great blend.Thomson.
disturbances. One thing is certain: God who is ready to help people.
Dysfunction (disturbance) of the liv- When' am in need I want to know

tr-, spleen; gall bladder whether there is any help for me.
and intestinal Jesus healed Peter's mother in' the

stasis (sluggishness t.r. home, and then He went out and
of the bowel) t healed multitudes in the throng, but
will certainly help j in each case it was a personal interest -

form poisons."In which He took and a personal -
one form of Jry healing that was received.
rheumatism arth- 4.:w.. r
4 dS. .,i .. Observe also that He met the need
.ufxyr.nV'rrSV At View in the
ritis deformans- left
: records of all
whether they were sick in
where the joints are room in the communications body mind or spirit. Someone may

enlarged and often division, whose staff say, "That is all very well, but that
rF,r twisted, disturbanceof has been doubled' by the took place when He was here on

the. liver was added pressure of Europeanwar. earth." Well, He is here now, work-
Dr. Barton found m about tnree in and i iv
ing through the power of the
of every four cases, Holy Spirit and in and through His
and the severity of the symptoms. children. The Lord Jesus Christ
;
was in exact proportion to the degree daily satisfies every need of His
of disturbance in the liver. ,
] xx: disciples, and often does so in
vsk
Other Causes Contribute. ways which are miraculous in their
While many physicians will agree sight.II. .
with Dr. Contrell that the failure of
Sacrificial Service Exemplified -
the liver to poisons is
remove one 11
(vv. 18-22).
cause of rheumatism, others believe -
the infection of teeth and tonsils Following Jesus in discipleship is

,.) created so much poison that the more than speaking sweet words of
and devotion or of taking part in the
liver was unable to filter it out
this poison, carried to the joints, carrying out of some public wor-
caused the rheumatism or arthritis.It ship ministry. To really follow Himis LONGER
J to "follow one whose vocation is
be that
can readily proved \
such that there
are incessant demands -
symptoms of arthritis were first
compelling the renunciationof LIFE-LINE
made worse and then disappearedafter
home and the comforts of
a set-
removal of infected teeth and
tled life. the call of I
Only God can
tonsils, and it can be just as readily
make one equal to the demands of
that individuals with
proved many
such a hazardous life" (Edward E. If you trade in your car
badly infected teeth and tonsils
never had an attack of rheumatism. Anderson). now, or run it through its
However Observe that even the demands
as physicians generally
agree that toxins (poisons) cause which love may present on behalfof :full mechanical life,

rheumatism, the first thought is not an aged father'' must not be per- it's all loss and no gainif
mitted to stand between the discipleand I
only to remove the poisons but remove -
the factories (infected teeth, his. Lord. There is no thoughtof your car grows old

tonsils gall bladder. unkindness or lack of consider So it
before its time. guard
rrr tion here, for as our Lord pointsout

Mental State The-- division's cable room on the top those who are spiritually dead, against the dangersof I
still alive
although physically may
floor the 1
of
state department building. haphazard
well be called on "to care for the
May Affect Heart Here there are two teletype machines physical needs of an aged parent, lubrication. I

Perhaps notice that heartis operating on a direct circuit from the U.S. even in the hour of death, if the
you your drain crankcase
beating. rapidly and when embassy in London! Lord Jesus has work for His discipleto your
very .. ,
you count your pulse or the heart n. rM ry w.n drnvvjgyywrPPidCL do elsewhere. regularly. use only
beats in the chest, you find that in- qDb 4w There is no thought of neglect. of
stead of being 72 to 76 to the min- the duties of life, but rather of a Acid-Free Quaker

ute, the heart rate is 84 or even placing of the Lord first, whateverelse State Motor Oil

up to 96. Instead of going to your p may take the second place.
family physician you may go to an- A close up of printer mes- The blight upon many a Christian and Superfine

other physician and he likewise finds ages being pasted on blanks experience is that almost anythingelse Lubricants.

your heart rate high. feJ\\r the files. \Other messages which is of interest is allowedto
take first place and the Lord
Further, when this physician takes coded.
'your blood pressure he finds that me; must take second place if He is MAKES CARS t

this is also considerably above nor- given any place at all RUN BETTER

mal. He thereupon advises you to III. Divine Power Demonstratedvv.
...LAST LONGERRheumatism
return at another time., The sec- ( 23-27).
ond examination still shows high There are those in the world who

pulse rate and high blood pressure.An are unable to see the workings of

examination of your throat f God's power in the spiritual realm
shows normal tonsils and a recent f-, because they themselves have not; 0t

X-ray of your teeth shows no infec- been spiritually born again (I Cor.
tion. An examination of chest showsit 2:14): ". For these the Lord here pre-
to be normal, you are not consti- sented the working of His mighty

pated but admit that your appetitehas :. power in the realm of nature.
been "off" lately.As Satan, who is "the prince of this
the physician can find no rea- world" (John 14:30), had evidently
son for your high blood pressureor whipped the waves of the sea intoa
heart rate, the blood vessels not mighty storm, possibly thus hop-
being in a "hardened" condition, his Vii: ing to drown Jesus and get rid of
next question is likely to be, "have his divine adversary, but the Lord 1 aRetail
you anything on your mind?" Himself speaks in the majesty of

Now the problem, the difficulty, His eternal power and we read that
the "conflict," may be very much on jA "there was -a great calm" (v. 26).
your mind and you ,may not realizeit Even His disciples were strangely
because, while not settled, you astonished that the very "winds and z
believe you have suppressed it. : the sea obey Him." Yes, the
Your physician will tell you that ; :w..M forces of nature respond to His

just as.long as the conflict is presentor slightest word.. The winds and the price
remains unsettled, your heart sea obey Him. But what is even 35 a quart

rate and your blood pressure will I I ................ -- tC, .> more wonderful is that the turmoilof
be higher. Just as soon as the conflict a man's soul becomes a great

is settled, then the heart rate A worker. passing messages through the grill opening into the coding ; and blessed calm when this holy
and blood pressure will come downto room. Only employees of the coding department are admitted to ths Lord Jesus speaks the word of

normal or nearly to normal. room, where experts "unscramble" vital messages. peace Quaker State Oil Refining drf., Oil City, Pa.
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l pIes baked in pineapple juice are 3. What is ambrosia? formed the food and drink for the j
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be, soaked for an hour in Smoky City? Mound City? preference; a ballot is the means

., cold water'to which a little borax The Answers of expressing the vote. .

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acids anywhere are. Now ber of brand new-good-to-eat, hot or ume. Bake 40-45 minutes in a hot
you Dia-
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when distress at home, all of the broadest oven (425 degrees).
comes cold, bread recipes gram of Block; accurate pattern home the point that there's no
do is take 2 tablespoonfuls of Hot Cinnamon Rolls.
you possible variety. directions for making reason even for the most budget-
pieces
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you are outwith others, is certainlya 1 cup milk (scalded) quilt; ; less than genuine fast-acting Bayei
modern simplified way
in coins for this
simply slip 2 Phillips' Milk of Magnesia : Send 15 cents
Tablets in mouth like far cry from some of the difficul- 2 tablespoons sugar Circle,,Needlecraft Aspirin.
The
your pattern to Sewing For at the most, it costs but a
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feeling from hyper-ncidity dry everywhere praise it. It has rapidly
begin to ease. "Acid" headaches. know that we can help to regulatethe Cinnamon replaced "pain remedies"in
"acid breath" are corrected rightat rapidity with which the whole Scald milk and add to it the sugar, thousands expensive of cases.

.the source. bread-making process can proceedby salt, and fat. Cool until luke-warm. Ask for genuine
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self from distress and embarrass- we want to hurry the rising-less which has been cC: I JNeW talcd Giceadated its full name when you 'Z?
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buy to ask for "Phillips' to insure "aspirin" alone.
warm water. Add \:
getting the genuine fast-acting speed. .lJ Quick to Speak
have learned to a sufficient fY1'
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MILK OF watch the temperature of the dougha amount of flourto
RMIlI lflPS' their own eloquence is fatal to
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too cold, the lightly, and allow the dough to dou- CAMELS :
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IGHT COUGHS trusted to rise as knead lightly and roll dough into a PARE LONG-BURNING;
thick. with
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develop, while ris- melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon ANP LIKING FINE
DUEt ing, the best possible homemade and granulated sugar. Roll :;
COLDS bread flavor. like a jelly roll and cut in slices one r TASTE AND AROMA
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ern recipe adaptations of those nev- baking sheet and allow to rise until THEWAVIPO-IT'S I
Need More Than "Salve" To er-to-be-forgotten butterscotch rolls, light. Bake in a hot oven (400 degrees -

Quickly Relieve DISTRESS! parker house rolls and coffee kuch- ) approximately 20 minutes. GRAND TO GET EXTRA / '' r'

Before you go to bed rub your throat, ens that our mothers used to make. This basic recipe may be used to
chest and back with warming, soothing All of which brings me to sharing make any kind of coffee cake or SMOKING TOO
Musterole. You get such QUICK relief
because Musterole is MORE than "justa with you now some of my favorite sweet roll.
salve." It's a marvelous stimulating yeast and baking powder, hot and Pecan Muffins.
"counter-irritant"which helps breakup cold bread recipes. Here they are: (Makes 12 medium-sized muffins)
local congestion and pain due to colds. % light brown pay per pack,
cup sugar price yoU
Its soothing vapors ease breathing. Bishop's Bread. Whatever
Used by millions for over 30 years! 3 (Makes 1 loaf) w 1 cup graham flour it's important to remember than :s;; ;,
strengths:Regular,Children's(mild)and 1 cup general purpose flour By burning 25% slower
%
Extra Strong,40*. Hospital Size, $3.00. 1 cup cup brown shortening sugar % teaspoon salt fact the :average of the 15 other 0Iargest.sening tho ;{ { Js{

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Z % teaspoon salt 1 cup milk .lower than aJI'of
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1 teaspoon cinnamon eggs give s
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soda
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1 teaspoon baking powder cup pecan chopped {
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-Thomas Campbell. the sugar, flour, and salt mixing der and add to the brown sugar mix- s MORE PLEASURE
very thoroughly. Reserve % cup of ture. Beat milk and eggs togetherand
'this mixture for top crumbs to be to them add the melted shorten- s... PER PUFF-MORE
used on bread while baking. To ing. Pour this liquid mixture into 5 .'

: I the remainder, add the soda, baking the dry ingredients and mix as gen- PUFFS PER PACK ,:
L powder, egg and sour milk and beat tly as possible with a fork. Do not CI<

PETROLEUM JELLY tJE until batter is smooth. Pour into stir or beat. Add nut meats. Placein I
well-greased loaf pan, sprinkle sugar well-greased muffin tins and bakein
and flour mixture on top and bake
: a very hot oven (475 degrees) for
\. Man Proposes 25 minutes in a hot oven (400 degrees approximately 15 minutes.
Man proposes, but God disposes. ). Raisins and nuts may be
-Thomas a'Kempis. added if desired. .t

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(Makes 3, medium loaves) This cook book contains an excellent -
2 cups milk collection of good-to-eat,
1% teaspoons salt new and different, yet easy to
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I AoniF t 2 cakes compressed yeast only 10 cents per copy, no one
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Scald milk and to it add the salt, "Better Baking," care of Elea-

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TIlE CLEWISTOX EWS..., FRIDAY, XOVE3IBEU 21, 1030

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1 BAPTIST CHURCH The fourth annual Manatee Coun- costs.
FIRST
Dated tnis "Jth day of November A. 7
Clewiston News way; \ I ty :Fair will be held at Palmetto ,
The and sunshine and D. 1939
For the laughter Services Every Sunday January 22 to 27, officials announced LOUIS O. GRAVELY,

play; I Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Classes As Special Master: In Chancery.No. .
this week.
hI Clewlston. I long to know ,more of The Supt. 10-17-21.
published every FridaY' And for all, B. E. Herring 109-Nov.
NEWS
Florida, by the CLEWISTON Way! Morning worship 11 a. in. Sermon

Inc. I by pastor.
There are winds that blow down Baptist Training Union' 6:15. AOT1CU OF SPECIAL MASTER'S knC 1

KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor from the snows I i Arch Hodges, Director. SALE .you :

: From the beautiful rose-tinted ,t Evening Worship 7: 30. Sermon by ,t
Notice is hereby given that under
Lf 1L
Entered as second class mall matte glows: I I pastor. and by virtue of a final decree cf howetJ
1 In
February J, 1927, at the Post Office services Wednesday sale made and entered by the Hon- toI
CLewlston Florida, under the Act ot And the far-mountain peaks that I' Midweek orable George \\Vhltehurst, one of I i "ou\d be
March 3, 1897.Subscription. enthrall :I' 7:30.. the Judges of the Circuit Court of I
Sunbeams will meet at the the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of the I
Lead to chaos where rock: fragments : Slate (Of Florida in and for Hendry bud
Rate $:.00 Per Year. fall. I church Monday 3:30. Mrs. Herman County In Chancery, on the 8th day buy, ora
of November A. D. 1939. in that cer-
Application. I Davis Counselor. tain cause pending in said Court
Advertising Rates On that ,1 seek for some Junior G. A.'s Monday 3:30 with wherein Baicarmil Company, a corporation refinance
'Tis in vain I
Plaintiff and Bula R.
I is
rest; Mrs. Arch Hodges.Intermediate Waller Is Defendant .I will, on Mon- l #fit
Devoted to the advancement and wet G. A.'svHh Mrs.McLeroy day the 4th day of December, A. D. home
faro of Clewiston.and Hondry Count: And I stumble and fall in my.I Monday 3:30.COMMUNITY 1939.!) between the hours of 11 o'clock ?
3Ta the forenoon and -two o'clock in \ plan .
quest I the afternoon at the front door of Li Ou/L
By the weight of the rocks I'm CHURCH the Hendry County Court House in
This is the year a lot of us should : the City of LaBelle. Hendry County,
opprest I ---- Florida, offer for sale and sell to the
.
or cabbage- : highest and best bidder for cash, the
have planted beans So I turn back to Thee to be blest Kent Pendleton Minister following property, situate! lyincr and FULL DETAILS GIVEN...

and didn't. Kent Pendleton, II Bible School at 9:45!) a. m. B. C. being wIt: -iil Hendry County Florida, to- WITH NO OBLIGATIONI :

pleasant Clewiston Florida, November 1930.!) Flaniken is Superintendent. The Northeast Quarter (NEW )
The sharp and rather Morning worship at 11 a. m. of the Northwest Quarter (N\V>4)
nip In the air for several mornings The theme is The Christian and the West Half (nvl,2) of the
bite this CATHOLIC ALTAR SOCIETY I' sermon Northeast Quarter (NE>/i) all In ,Buying a home
past came near being a ATTENDED Ledger". J. E. Beardsley is Choir Section 18, Township 43 South of is
morning. BRIDGE WELL Range 29 East, except therefrom your own llllllClewiston
director. however, Block 2 of the plat of the finest type
.,. A benefit card party, sponsoredby The C. E. Society meets on Mon- "LABELLE. ESTATE:: and a strip
T of Clewiston took of land one hundred feet wide of thrift
half '
About the St. Margaret's Altar Rocic>tv and! day at 7:30 p. m. Dick Patterson is across the tract of land for the
Thanksgiving yesterday and held at the home of Mrs. B. A. president and Lee Pridgen is pro-. Seaboard Railroad Right of Way
half will observe next Thurs, and a trip of land one hundred
other Federal
advantageof Bourne Tuesday afternoon was gram leader. feet wide for the right of way
the
The bank had frem La-
day. attended. for the state Highway
the rest of us and will observe well Belle to Fort Myers, and Lot num-
Mrs. P. M. McIntyre won high WESTERN AUTO STOKES her eight (8) in Block A "BUS- Savings and Loan
both days. ANNOUNCE PRIZE: WINNERS IRS ADDITION TO LABELLE"
score at bridge and received i lying in Hendry County, Florida.
be forced to admit that luncheon set, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli Aulo'sI I I I Said property will be sold for 'thepurpose Associationeveral
We'll and Prize winners in Western of satisfying said decree and t
the mines the Nazis are droppingfrom received a bag for second prize third nation-wide Dig Bass Fishing I I
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their bombers into English Mrs. A. O. Ward a lace set for I announcedby ---- -

waters are more effective than the low prize. At the Michigan table Contest the Western have just Auto been Supply Com- .;..:,.:..:.-=..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:...:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:.,:......;....:..:..:..:..:..:.
Britain's bombersare prizes were awarded to Mrs. 0. A. I'
pamphlets which which annually conducts the 4,
Jones, who received an embroidered pany
Germany.New
dropping in apron and Mrs- J. A. Pike, who I Rocky contest Mountains in 34 states in which east are of the located l j jx

will wall placque. Cut prize Tracts
workers as well as old received a which Western Auto Stores and Small :: .
book
by loose-leaf recipe ,
distribution was a
in the bonus
share I Western Auto Associate Stores. The
corporation at the end was won by Mrs. R. Y. Patterson.
the sugar 30.
contest closed September
harvest season. All Since Mrs. Patterson was, the x
of the present
First prize in each state con-
the department of agricul- nal donor of the book she origi-I
assorted
provided ,
of nationally-known
ture doesn't decide by then that back to the Society to be sisted fishing tackle :valued at $50; sec- .* Of Potentially Valuable Cane and Trucks *
should go to Cuban again and it was won by Mrs. C. L. 1 :: '
the bonus ond prize, $35; third prize, $20; :: :

workers. Downs.Pumpkin pie and coffee were I and these fourth prizes prize of fishing$15. In tackle additionto an :: Acreage Still Available Priced ForProduction. =:

E. H. Holstine, Jr., ..
THANKSGIVING DAY served to Mrs. has ...
I attractive silver trophy cup
Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W. L. Lott ..
Another Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. M. E. Von I been presented to the fishermen in .1. ;
Thanksgiving Day year. yy
each state who registered the largest y
Bennett McLaughlin, yI
Ere long shall be a memory; Mach, Mrs. bass. -
D. Duff, Mrs. W.' C. Owen, I I small-mouth
milestone the Mrs. F.
on
Yes more of .
one The prize winners in the state
road Mrs. Richard Knight, Mrs. R. I .I .Y.t'
Florida were as follows: .t.
leads to eternity! Bishop) Mrs. H. J. B. 1\1'1 I
Which us
Thanksgiving Day! But do "I hear Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Mrs. P. First prize, Curtis King, Wildwood '

Protesting lips that speak despair? McIntyre, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. (15 lbs., 2 oz., large-mouth). J. E. Beardsley\\\\

"Give thanks for what?" You ask A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, I Second prize, Don E. .Hansell, Or-

me this? Mrs. Josephine Knight, Mrs. Harry lando (14 lbs., 12 oz., large-mouth). ::: Real Estate :::

Then listen to a little prayer! Knight, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. Third prize, C. M. Dees, Plant

W. F. Simpson, Mrs. A. O. Ward, City (14 lbs, 4 oz., large-mouth).s l

We offer thanks, Almighty God, Mrs. C. T. Hurst, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Fourth prize Vernon M. Bryant, ;; ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER )

For all thy blessings through the Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. M. J. Tampa (14 lbs., 2 oz., large-mouth). .:. HOPKINS BLDG. 1'HOXE 66. '
Hirsch, Mrs. P., C.: Tarleton, Mrs. O.
year;
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No matter what our lot has been, A. Jones, Mrs. Arthur Bong Mrs. Join the Red Cross. It's cheap t

We always near. knew that You were M.Mrs.W.Kent Bigg,Pendleton Mrs. E. ,V.Mrs.McClellan J. C., I disaster insurance. ::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:'.:'.:'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..::-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.':.;. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :


We thank Thee for the gift of life, Berard, Sr., Mrs. J. C. Berard- Jr., --- . . . . . . .

For friends health ; and laughter; faithful I Mrs.Bellamy H., Mrs.J. Oglesby W. D., King Mrs. Mrs.George H.. :..:..:.:....:.'".':....:.....:.....:.N.:;.NNN.:.,:.NNNN.. .. ....:.NNNNN NNN,. .N...:.NN..1....-:....:.....;.N...M NN:,..NNNN..:...N:..:..:..::....::'...::....;.....::N....NNN...:....NN::.....::....::N..::....::NN...:....,.....NN...:..::....::NHNHNH...:...-:...:...;N.:..::NNMNNN NNN. .:...:...:..::..,.:;NM...:..;:....;;N..;:NN...:..;:....;:NNNN..:............:..N..;..N.yy.::.....):.

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For every flower that in the breeze R. Hall, .Miss Eleanor Flynn' Mrs. ;: X
Adoringly before Thee bends. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. S. L. Crochet :; *:* :

We thank Thee for the air we Mrs. George A. Yon, Mrs. J. F. .;C AX::::i:
Tippey, Mrs. Z. D. Meredith and :!;:;
breathe ::
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For verdant fields and azure skies; Mrs. Hermine Aflalo Mrs. Adolph I :; ENJOY AN

We're grateful for the light that Krumseig and Mrs. J. A. Pike of :'...

shines Belle Glade, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. I.i I. : S

From out each loving mother's eyes. i R. C. Wilson, Mrs. Frank Rodriguez, j \ ; ; ; ELECTRIC :'ii" i
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We owe Thee thanks for. each fine Mrs. CL.. Downs, Mrs. A. H. King, : 2 ALL ,. :I. t'

dad Mrs., H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. i ::.:. (,. ':..-'.J .'.) ...,.
Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. B. A. Bourne and ..:. : ? ,
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for his family
Who labors ; I ... .c.5-, ,";5-S : < 1. I
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For all good parents everywhereWe Father Flynn. ;''';; ,, : 1

owe thee thanks eternally.Oh i ::t. : .;,
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thanks, dear God, for happy: I ELEANOR VON MACH TO CARRY -,,r,,',-, ? .: e .,- ,. ,,> : :.
homesSurrounded STATUE OF INFANT JESUS :..:. Ar! '. ::::i:
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with unselfish love .... :
Von Mach has been :,..':.
Eleanor
And built on faith, undying hope, Little f
Which reach right to Thy throne chosen by Rev. Father Lawrence J. i:1::: H) Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that 1

above. Flynn, pastor of Saint Margaret's : of the ; :;:
of both the work and the pleasures :::x:
:We thank Thee for the good clean. Catholic Church, as the youngster :::* takes care
who will the Statue of the quickly efficiently :;::i:
earth carry : :!: home and one that will do everything '.
For sun and moon, each twinklingstar Infant Jesus to the Manger prej j : :
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; pared in the church for Midnight ':;::_i: and economically. ::.:

For Thy sweet love which follows Mass Christmas. Last year Father : :%: Y

usAlthough Flynn inaugurated the beautiful slices of toast or : :!:
will 26 crunchy ,
toast
perchance we've wanderedfar. ceremony before Christmas Mass, ::::::1::: @ One penny *

which: ceremony consists of a processiori :;::; give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate .'*..

We thank Thee for the joys of' from the Rectory to the :: \oj day-and-ELECTRICITY iso :;::;:

youth Church and thence to the replicaof :CAt.A::: your radio for most _of a :. s

For softened tread of baby feet; the Stable of Bethlehem preparedin ... thing that gets cheaper the more of it t h..i.:::
; i !1e
And mellow glow of ripe old age the sanctuary. In the processionare :: ,.: t

Which makes each wrinkle seem so the .altar boys, little girls dress- Xi.. :_::%:
sweet. ed in white, and a cross bearer, b'_; @ That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ; ;
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Full many thanks, dear God above, followed by the 'priest. Accompaniedby and modern. :;: ;
For peace of soul and peace of appropriate music, the proces- :!::;: that. is all electric .:.:::

mind, sion moves up the aisle of the 'i'.i. :: {...s.x .
Such peace in this fair land of church to the' Manger, where Elea- YY.:'.:. xf

ours nor Von Mach will place the statue.

Which elsewhere now 'tis hard to Further details of the Christmas I IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT i:!::
Margaret's will ELECTRICITY
find. services at Saint ::1: :

We thank Thee, yes, for sorrows be given in due time. I y 2 A*AA

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too,
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For disappointments, failures, fears; ALTAR BOYS I'lSKPAItK :;!:!:;: '' -USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY
Because the soul no rainbow knows FOR SUMMER VACATION; .' -. .' :!::?: :I

If never it has looked through :;::!: .:. ,. \ '1 :::i:

tears.Thanksgiving. At a meeting of the Altar Boys ::::: to-. -

of Saint Margaret's Catholic Churcb .

Day! Oh yes, dear last Saturday morning it was decided Jlj' : : A'. ??

God, that each boy be assessed five i : <(II .,c ', -,'. tt....
Each one of us is in Thy debt! cents dues payable wecklv. The ". I ,:- .:..:.

And should we thank Thee day purpose of the assessment is to I I .g; s.

and night, raise a fund which will pay foa

There's much that we would .owe week's outing at Bnulcnton Beach Jj!*! Gtades Power and light Co. n \

Thee yet! next summer. The resolution was

Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn.A passed unanimously by all present. I II
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TRAVELERI members last week, the election of I if.... .
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must thank Thee dear week. Officer : :
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THE CLEWISTOtf NEWS PAGE; FIVE:
PKIDAY, NOVEMBER/( 24, 1980
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I' Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Beardsley and I ANNUAL BAZAAR MRS. MILLER WINS HIGH PRIZE ROOFING SCOUT HOUSE
I NEXT SATURDAY AT BRIDGE AT MRS. SHELLEY'S
sons, Dan and Bruce, are attending _
I The Clewiston Boy Scouts, under

I |the home-coming festivities at the Bazaar, held by the Mrs. T. B. Shelley entertained
ii' r Personals J JMr. The Annual the direction of C. E. Robbins and
I University of Florida this week as Ladles Aid of the Community members of her bridge club at her I Charles Benson have completed the
I guests of Jim and Bob Beardsley. Church, will be held next Saturdayin home Wednesday afternoon. A set
re-roofins of their scout house. t
,
the Clewiston Radio and Electric of Old Spice soap was given as high i :

Herbert Blate of Jacksonville, Shop-:next door to the Post Office.A prize to Mrs. Leslie Miller, ,and a The roofing material was provided
and Mrs- Earl Smith wore of by donations from members of the
formerly one of the owners a fine selection of hand-mado package of Christmas gift wrappings :

visitors, Saturday in Fort Myers. mercantile store in Clewiston was articles, suitable for gifts, and an to Mrs. K. Bowden, who won cut American Legion.

.. here on business Thursday and prize. ,
I assortment of baked products, ? 't.,
ti A. W. Lawrence was a business' j I Friday. cakes, pies and candies, will be offered Chicken salad, saltines and coffee FOK MODERN PLUMBING
visitor in Fort Myers Tuesday. : for sale were served by the hotess to Mrs.
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Miller, Miller, Mrs.' Bowden, Mrs.:: G. Sec

Miss Christine Chapman spent the Charles Leslie, Caroline and Bobby :' MUS. AT1IEItTOHOSTESS I Thomas, Mrs. Dave Alston, D.I. "'. ill ::\lcCOLLUlIl'lum

week end in ,Miami. j Miller, ,of Tampa, arrived Wednesday TO BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYThe 'H. R. Hall, 1Irs.V.. H. Lanier, Mrs. I ng and Heating
night to spent the holiday J. W. Ezelle and bars I. M. Pafford. Scliult ApnrtmciitaCIcvtNton
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Florida
I
Mrs.-\V. C.. Owen and Mrs. O. F. Wednesday Afternoon Bridge I
.J Schiffli spent Monday in Fort Myers. I Miller. club met at the home of Mrs. Glen PARTY CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
I Etherton this week. Mrs. C. E. OF BETTY McDUFFIE THURSDAY I
Mrs. Elbert Stewart are 1\11-1
Mr- and
visitor and Mrs. R. J. Lee are .
H. C. Post :was a business I ner iJngincering Consultant
in Fort Myers Sunday. spending a few days in Gainesville, members, replacing Mrs. L. A. Wells Mrs. H. S. McDuffic entertained ,
Mr. Stewart going up for the "un- with afternoon Architectural, Mechanical and
and Mrs. E. L. Hayes. a party Thursday,
official" session of the '39 legislature celebrating the twelfth birthday of Structural Designs
Miss Eva Grantham of LaBelle High prize, perfume, was won by
spent the week-end here with reI a- 1: called by John S. Burks, Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., and low prize, her daughter, Betty. Prizes in the JOHN IL DOTY
speaker, 'pro tern. by Betty Jane
I games were won
tives. a set of toilet soaps, was won by DiapsEstimates
Elmore. Salad and coffee Perez and Jo Ann Crouch.
Mrs. John
Last Saturday afternoon Rev. Hopkins; Bldg. Clewiston, Pla.GhiKMos : .
H. C. Kolstad and son, Kim, were I were served by the hostess to Mrs. Pretty favors were given the girls
made
Father Lawrence J. Flynn a
visitors in West Palm Beach Satur- Miner, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Hare, Mrs. and delightful refreshments of
business trjp to Fort Myers. Accompanying --
day. I him were the Misses Elea- Elmore, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. birthday cake and ice cream were
} ---- Foy Durrence and Mrs. A. C. Carl- served.
I
nor Flyivn', Catherine Comiskey, Scientifically Ilrokcii Len en
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis of Canal -
ton. The list included Betty
Millie Bourne, and Nora Oglesby. guest Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
r Point spent Sunday here with Jane Perez and Jo: Ann Crouch, DR. F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist

Mr., and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn. Rev. James Cloonan, newly ap- MRS. VAUGHN'S GUESTS, Carline Berner, Doris Hatch, Chris-
HONOREES AT TEA MONDAYMrs. tine Redish, Marilyn Davis, Margie
Beard'sley in St. Pe- pointed pastor of Saint Francis 1'lione HIS> !> Collier Arcade
J. E. was
Arnette,' Gloria McDuffie, Mary
and Xavier'Catholic Church, Fort Myers, Fort Mjer, Florida
tersburg on business Monday I was a visitor in Clewiston lastWednesday Herman Scharnberg gave an Carlisle, Mauryne Prewitt, Sally Successor to K. IL OakleyJohnson's

Tuesday. I a week ago as the guest informal tea Monday afternoon Graham, Margie Allen, Betsy Springer .
I honoring Mrs. J. C. Berard Sr., and and. Sue Von Mach..
J. Flynn.
Lawrence
of Rev. Father
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Fourmey of Mrs. J- C. Berard, Jr., of Beaumont,

Canal Point were visitors here Texas, who are visiting Mr. and JUNIOR GIRLS' AUXILIARY
On Friday afternoon of last week Fish Camp
Thursday I Rev. Thomas. Mulhearn of 'Philadelphia Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. STUDY CLUB;, "'ORAT: MEETINGThe

and Rev: Martin Cassidy of Guests included Mrs., H. T. (Near Hurricane Gate)
and 1
I Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Holmes in Clew- i New York City, were visitors at the Vaughn, Mrs. Berard, Sr., Mrs. Junior Girls' Auxiliary of Clewiston, Fla.

son of Miami were visiting I I. Catholic Rectory. Father: Mulhearn Berard, Jr., 111'5.V.. W. Bigg, Mrs. the Baptist Church met Monday af- Boats and l\Iotms-Guide Sef''ice'Rates
iston yesterday. with George Bellamy, Mrs. J. H. Morri ternoon at the home of Mrs. Arch
student at college
__ .._ was a Reasonable
I Father Flynn. Both visiting priests son, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. D. E. Hodges, sponsor. Doris Simmons
Mrs. Alma Todd of Americus, were on their way to Miami for a Royer, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. P. C. gave, the devotional. \\'. H. Johnson, Mgr.
Ga., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sr. The consisted of reviewIng -
vacation trip.. Tarleton, Mrs. \ P. Vaughn, program
Don Young. "The Forward Steps"-for be-
,- '
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the: Clewiston residents ANNE PAFFORD GIVES 8011'LNGPAI1T1' coming a maiden and studying
DIr and Mrs, W. W. Perry, Billy Among the1" football between 01 Ith BIRTHDAY Steps for Lady Waiting.. j.iva. COUSE ,
attending > game
and Johnnie Perry spent the week- .
Present were Joan Walker, Marilyn -
of Miami in
end Bradenton and Tampa., Florida and University Counselor mid Attorney at Law
in
Miami Saturday night were Parker Celebrating her fourteenth birth- Davis, Doris Simmons, Mamie
Building
i ---- Wilson, C. Y. Parkinson, T. B. day Anne Pafford entertained a Trice, Betty Stough, Wilma Jean Hopkins
DIr and Mrs. John Kettl were Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beard- group of girls with a bowling party Tingle. Norma Bussel 'was welcomedas Wednesdays and Saturdays
Palm
.
visitors Saturday in West I 0430 to 4:00
and Tuesday.After a new member.
Beach. sley, Bob Beardsley, Dr. and Mrs. supper
J. P. Higgins;,Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeE. enjoying an hour's- bowling.. -----------------------------

Mrs. W. F., Simpson, Mrs. H. C. Crow and Miss Roberta George. the girls cycled to the ridge, where
Mr. and Mrs. Pafford had an out-
Carletonwere
MrsOlin
Kolstad, and
business visitors in Belle Miss Lena E/ Smith, Field Rep- door fire and supper ready for
BOWLING
Glade Friday. resentative for Christian Education them. Returning to the Pafford
Synod of Florida will be the guestof home the girls finished the party

Mrs. J. L. Edgerton of Atlanta the Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendle- by playing cootie and enjoying refreshments -

and Mrs. N. A. Broking of Sebringwere ton Monday and, Tuesday. She of birthday cake and ice Is an amusement, a recreation and a health builder.
fora ,conference with the Marianne Jones won the
visiting friends in Clewiston comes cream. E\ery muscle is exercised in n. 3ear mound game.
.. I sponsor, Miss ,Marion Leydig and prize at cootie. Handkerchiefs, used
Friday. ---- leaders of the C. "E. Society of the [ as place 'cards, formed favors I__for EOWL, CLEWISTON AT" .
.
1 Community Church. She will return the guests, who Included Gloria Mc-
Mrs. C. M. Allen is spending sev- A and B
'eral days in Pahokee visiting' her home to Winter Park by bus Tues- Duffie, Laura Bailey, Gertrude Ul- Alleys ,

.j son-in-law and daughter, DIr and day afternoon. ;; ". lendahl, Barbara Broadfoot and
Marianne Jones. Hours 2:00 tillChristmas
Mrs. D. M. Clark and family. p. m. "j
SON BORNMr.
...
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Strayhornand Mil. AND MRS. SCHARNBERG I __- .= _- ';.,. .. .f &V if"-,:. ,< .-. YJi.lt.i.'. .':'
baby have moved from Fort and Mrs. .Jack .O'Day are HOSTS AT PARTY
Mr. the proud parents of a baby son
Clewiston. Strayhorn
to
Myers born last Friday, November 17, at Mr. Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnbers: I .. "
,, I, is operating a cleaning- service. the Clewiston hospital. The young celebrated and their thirty-third wedding t! :
man weighed seven and a half anniversary with a party Saturday I t X.
'Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. George T. I .;.
pounds and has been named Thomas night. Earlier in the day they had ; .
F. spent
Augur and Mrs. J. Curry
Monday shopping){ in West Palm Edward. i:, been presented with a lovely floor _1j 1jy

: Beach. lamp and a profusion of gladioli, !_ $5oods :_.

I WYNNS EUY|. CAFE roses and chrysanthemums by a .

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Dunte and group of men employed at the sugarhouse y .A.
t '" Announcement has been made of and their wives. .,. A
Placid
daughter, Patricia, of Lake .;.
spent Sunday here, visiting Mr. and the sale of the American Restaurant I Men's high prize at bridge, a .t. .

: Mrs. J. H. Pressley.Mr. next door to the 'bank to Mr. and carton of cigarettes was won by Are Now On i iy _
Mrs. A. P. Wynn by Mrs. D. Lar- M. E. yon Mach, second, a tie by H. *_ Display

and Mrs. Keathley Bowden, ner, former owner. Mr. and Mrs. T. Vaughn and low, a double deck .Ay .

Kay and Paul Bowden, were guests' Wynn took over the management of, of cards by C. T. Hurst. Ladies high :.

Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Settle the restaurant Thursday. prize, a pair of placques was won .,. iy
..
in Moore Haven. by Mrs. C. T. Hurst, second prize, ; ._.
I BAPTIST LADIES SUNDAY a luncheon set, was won by Mrs.R. ., ...
;
l 1 Troy Puryear of Dalton, Ga., and SCHOOL CLASS HOLDS PARTY Y. Patterson. Mrs. W. C. Owen .i.,. ,..
A
Jack House of Sarasota are spending received a set of powder puffs as .;. .?.
..
ladies class of the Baptist ;
The
I a few days here visiting Mr. low prize. Michigan prizes were won ;. _
I and Mrs. C. L. Downs.' -' Sunday School met Friday" afternoonat by D. E. Royer,' who received cigar- Use Our Lay-Away Plan i iy
I the home of Mrs. Herman Davis.- ettes, and Mrs. Royer who receiveda I

Mrs. D. E. Jones of Fort Myers Devotional services were led by vase. ||A double deck of cards ; ;;

spent the week-end here visitingher I I H.elected.G. McLeroy and officers lev'l went to G. A. Martinez as low prizeat y"t" ..:;." -

husband, who is employed here Michigan. y"t.. .i',
I Butterscotch pie and coffee fruit cake ...
for the season. pecan Coffee, sandwiches and ';' .
were served by.Mrs. Davis to were served to Mr. and Mrs. F. D. .y Aj

Mrs- H. T. Vaughn and her Rev. and, Mrs. McLeroy, Mrs. H. E. Duff, Mr. and Mrs. M. E, Von Mach, ; .

guests, Dir and Mrs. J. C. Berard, Walker, Mrs. R. J., Blount, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and .j j!.

Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Berard, Fred Topper, Mrs. D. ',,B. Allen, Mrs.C. '.MrsE..' C.., Mills, Dir..and Mrs. P. PARKINsotfS INC.

l tI Jr., spent the week-end in Miami- W. Simmons, Mrs. 1.1.A.., Thomas,' ''C. Tarleton, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. ... '....'
Mrs. I. S. Bell, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. Hurst, Mr, and Mrs. D. E., Royer, .. ;

Miss Edith Polk of Fort Meadeis W. T. Wheeles, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. R. Patterson, H. T. Vaughn.Mr. :: THE COMPLETE STORE :;:

spending a few months in Clew- I Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs. E. E. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison, Dir A

ibton. Miss Polk is connected with I Kelly, Mrs. ,M. C. Doke, Mrs. B. E. and Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mrs. M.Meluh i DRY GOODS HAHDWAIIE GROCERIES. :i''i i:
::
the' Western Union office. Herring, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. L. MrsBessie Elliott, Mr. and 'ia .
\I C. Miller, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. I II Mrs. John Lucaa, Mr. and Mrs. : .:

R. T. Phillips of Cuthbert, Ga., I I I W. J. Robison, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Fred Henriksen and Dr. and Mrs. .:: ... ,, ",c" '- .....-. -0 ..- _.,
and V. L. Phillips of Moore Haven I and Mrs. Don Pullen. O. F. Schiffli. ......_, _-, . ....... L.,. '., j ft""a.... ?;'i-t. : $ "; ..

were visitors in Clewiston Wednes- I .
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day. .; .

.
Mrs. L. H. Bobbins arrived Saturday '.

L it1 from her home in Chicago to a
spend the winter with her daughter, Y ;
MONEY
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and family at ,
T
their home near Clewiston.
a

Bob and Jim Beardsley, student

\ at the University of Florida, came FOR REMODELING AND MODERNIZING ,, ,
from Gainesville to spend last weekend '
here with their parents, Mr. 0 There ale no delays when you use the you how easily you can have them. O With %

,; and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. I, ABC Monthly Payment Plan for home rethis plan you pay out of income on easy 47, .

pairs and:improvements. a Tell us about terms. Come in and see us about this simple, '' ,,, 'f
Mr. and Mrs. PE.. Suther, Miss ''1'
needs and we'll show convenient way to purchase home repairs.
Valerie and Bill Suther, of West your homo repair .

ll Palm('rn of Beach Belle and Glade Mrs.spent Ivan Sunday Van Phone 88 ROYAL LUMBER: COMPANY[ 1 Clewiston Fla.

here visiting Dar and Mrs J. A.
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Sleuth Hadn't Gone Far i''t/J.'


.. Before Solution Came


I The DIM LANTERN The great detective crawled

about the scene of the crime,

sharply peering here and there.

But he could find nothing to help

him to a solution of the mystery.

No footprints, no shred of torn

By TEMPLEBAILEY cloth. Not even a cigarette end.

I And then, after the third time

O PENN PUBLISHING COMPANY-WNU SERVICE he had been over the room, his

patience was rewarded. He came

ipon! a button. Carefully he pickedit

up, put it into an envelope, ,
CHAPTER XIII-Continued 'I Jane sat up. "Are you going to taut line. "I've'caught a snag," he hour or two afterwards-fitting him tucked; the envelope into an inside

-20- marry Baldy?" said; "look out, Sandy, there's self in pleasantly to former niches. pocket, and as he slowly rose to

Jane sat huddled in 'her chair,' "I am," sighing a little, "some something on your hook." Jane could hardly credit the changein his feet, remarked: "I have the

panting a little, her eyes,wide. day, when his ship comes in. He As they landed the small catch him. It was, she decided, not so key: to the solution!"

"Silly," she said with a sob. isn't willing to share my cargo- with much excitement, Jane was much a resurrection of the body as But even before he was fully

The sound of her voice echoed and yet." aware of the strong swing of Evans'figure of the spirit., His hair was gray, erect, the truth dawned on him-

re-echoed, "Silly, silly, silly." "He loves you," said Jane, "dear- the brown of his cheeks, the and now and then his eyes showed his trousers began to

The noise without was deafeningthe ly." brightness of his glance as he spoketo tired, his shoulders' sagged. But sag.

wind shook the walls., She Edith bent down and kissed her. the boys. there was no trace of the old timidity -. ,

stood up, her hands clenched, then' "I know," she said, "and my heart He gave the death stroke to the ,the old withdrawals. He was in- He Elected President

ran swiftly into the hall. sings it." silver flapping fish with a jab of his terested, responsive, at times,buoy, --

A thundering crash and the lights When Edith went away, they had knife-blade, and the boyan the ant. The things she had loved in The only man whose single vote

went out. not touched again on the questionof bridge complained, "There you are, him years' ago were again-,there., 'elected an American President '

She heard Frederick calling, Jane's marriage. Jane, lying killing things. I don't like it, do This man did" not think dark :was Joseph P. Bradley ((1813-

"Jane, Jane!" awake in the dark, reflected that of you? Everything we eat? The woodsare thoughts! 1892))," a justice of the United

She called back, "I'm here," and course Edith could not know of her full of killing. It is dreadful When he went away, she and States Supreme court. As one of

saw the quick spurt of a match as debt to Frederick. No one knew when we think of it." Baldy stood'together on the :terracein the 15 members of the special

he lighted it, holding it up and peer- except- Baldy. "It is dreadful." Evans' sat downon the warm darkness and watched commission delegated to settle the

ing into the dark. In the morning Towne had gone the rock and looked across at him. Hayes-Tilden dispute in 1877, his

"There you are, my dearest." He when Jane came down. She and the boy on the bridge. "But there "He still limps a little," Jane vote, the last and decisive one,

lighted another match and came to- Edith had had breakfast in their are more dreadful things than death said. gave the presidency to Ruther-

wards her, as Waldron, with a braceof rooms-and there had been a great -injustice, and cruelty, and hate. "Yes. Shall we go in now, Jane?" ford B. Hayes.Collier's.Dr. .
candles, appeared in one door rose on Jane's tray, with a note "No. Let's sit on the steps and I
And more than all-fear. And
and Baldy and Edith in another. twisted about the stem-"To you see the moon rise."
my Pierce's
must think of this, Arthur, that what Pleasant Pellets made.of
Frederick lifted Jane in his'strong I golden girl." Her lover had called we call a violent death is some- They sat side by side. "When is May Apple are effective in removing

arms. "Why, you're crying," he her up by the house telephone, and times the easiest. An old animal Towne coming back?" Baldy asked accumulated body waste.-Adv.
said; "don't, my darling, don't." had told her he was leaving for "In three days." "
with teeth gone, trying to exist.That's .
Then Baldy'came up and demanded New York at noon. "A telegramhas Tree-toads were shrilling in mo- No Happiness
dreadfulness. Or old
"What's the matter Kitten? I'll the an per- notonous :cadence from far .
just come. see you son racked by pains. Much betterif away Heaven takes care that no man
You've never been afraid of moment I back." came the plaintive note of
get both could have been dead in the a whip- secures happiness by crime.p .
storms." Jane had a sense of relief. She poorwill. But there was another
glory of youth.
She tried to smile at him. "Well, would have three days to herself. plaintive note close at hand.
He had always had that quick and
I've gone through such a lot lately." "Jane, you're crying," Baldy said, .
vivid voice but this certainty of
But Baldy wasn't satisfied. A Jane sharply'"What's, the matter,,
resurrection. He
who dissolved into tears was a disturbing phrase was a dear?" .
without hesitation. Sure of
spoke
and desolating object. He He put his arm about her. "What'sthe 't for- r
himself. Sure of the things he was p
glowered at Frederick, holding him about to matter?" //4E1.p jai
say.
responsible.At "Baldy, I don't want to get-mar-
"You boys needn't think that Idon't PERFORMANCE
this moment Waldron reappeared ried. I want to stay with you- r---- r
know what I am talking about.I "
to that Briggs had forever
say do. When I back from CONDITIONS .
came f o
pronounced the streets impassable. "You shall stay with me. i
France there .
Branches had been blown down was something wrong.I She 'sobbed and sobbed, and he S
was afraid of everything. I lived ; ( HEALTHDrop
o
-and there was other wreckage. soothed her. "Little sister, little sister -
for months in dread of my shadow.It "
"That settles it," Frederick said. flf.t he said, "you are crying too
Zt.lc S SSS was awful. Nothing can be worse. '
much in these
"You two well days.
young things may as
Then, one night I came to'see that
stay here for the night. Jane's not God's to is- At last Jane spoke. "Dearest, I Blackman's: Lick-A-Brick: : in the .
greatest gift man must him. There's feed trough. Slock: do the rest. No
fit to go out anyhow. marry no way
strength to endure. drenching. No dosing. Animals
"Oh, I'm all right," she protested. I He flung it at them-and their out. He's done so much for me- keep in healthy working condition:

Edith suggested bridge, so they wide answered him. After and some day, perhaps, I'll love Nature' way.
eyes a "STOCK LICK IT-STOCK LIKE IT"
I him.
.
played for a while. The big room j
moment Arthur said huskily, "Gee, SOLD by leading Southern Dealers
was still lighted by the candles, so i "
that's great. om PRICE' - 2Sc:
that the shadows pressed close. Jane i', I p, Sandy sighed heavily. "I saw a CHAPTER XIVIt If there is no Dealer near you, write r ,p

was ,very pale, and now and then picture the other day of a boy who I'I direct toBLACKMAN -'
Frederick looked was after'the day when she STOCK MEDICINE CO.
,
at her anxiously. wanted to play baseball, and he had ..... .C St. Chattanooga, Tenn.
tit'r had met Evans in the Glen that
"You and Edith had better
go I to hold the baby. I reckon that's
"" Jane began to be haunted
by ghosts.
he said at last. "And
up, you 4 what you mean. Most of us,have to
There was a ghost who wandered
must have Alice get you some hot hold the baby when we want to play
milk-I'll send Waldron with a bit baseball." through Sherwood on moonlights, a Presume Ability
limping, hesitating ghost who. said
of cordial to set you up. The others laughed, then young Men who undertake considerable -

She shook her head. "I don't tl I141 Arthur said, "It, looks 'to me as if "You're wine of, Jane." I must have things, even in a regular way,
my daily sip you.
want it. life is just one darned thing after ought to give us ground to pre-
"But I want you to have it." another." And there was a ghost who came sume ability.-Burke.
in a fog'and said "You are'a lan-
,
There was a note of authority which Ifl "Not quite that." Evans stood up. "
almost brought her again to tears. tern, Jane-held high.
"I'm afraid I'm an awful preacher
She hated to have anyone tell her ..,. he apologized, "but you will ask, And that ghost in the glow of the How To Relieve
hearth-fire-"You food and drinkto
are
what she should do. She liked to do questions."

as she pleased. But' later, when "The day was so perfect." '"Most don't answer me, Jane. Do you know it?"

the glass of cordial came up to her, grown-ups Ghosts, ghosts, ghosts; holding out
them said Arthur
she drank it. Three days at Sherwood-with they earnestly; appealing hands to her. And alwaysshe BrOilchitis
blossoming trees and the mating I "they just say, 'Be good and let
had turned away. But now she 6
She did not go' to sleep for a long "
birds,' and Merrymaid and the kitten who will be clever. did not turn. Over and over again :Bronchitis, acute or chronic, Is an
time. Edith sat by the bed and
Inflammatory condition of the mu-
and old with her wise "They'd better 'Be strong.:
talked to her. "I shouldn't," she ; Sophy say she lent her ears to those whispering cous membranes lining the bronchial
apologized; "Uncle Fred told to philosophy-and Baldy on the other Evans was reeling in his line. "We words, "Jane, you are wine tubes. Creomulslon goes right to the

rest." you side of the little table-and Philo- must be getting towards home. Do Jane, you,.are a lantern. You, seat of the trouble to loosen germ

Jane curled mel singing you see those shadows? We'll be are food and drink, Jane ,." laden phlegm Increase secretion and
'up among her pil- aid nature to soothe and heal raw,
Briggs took her out at noon, and Well, she was having her punish-
lows, and said rebelliously, "Well, lateHe tender, inflamed bronchial mucous
I ,don't, have to obey yet, do I?" Sophy came in to say, "Mr. Evans stopped suddenly. There had I ment. She had not loved him when .Tell your druggist to sell
"Don't called you-all up. He's back been the crack of a twig and he I he needed her. And now that she you a bottle of Creomulsion with the
ever obey. Edith, in her fum New York. He say he'll come had turned his eyes towards the needed him, she must not love him. understanding that you are to likE
winged chair with her
Viking braids the it quickly allays the cough 1
sound. And there above him way
poised ,
over tonight. She hardly knew herself. All the
and the classic draperies of her or you are to have your money back.
white That was news indeed! Old Ev- her hat off, the warm wind blow- years of her life she had seen things

Norse dressing-gown goddess. "Don't, looked like a ans! Jane got into the frock of,faded ing her bobbed black hair, blowing, straight, ,and she had tried to live CREOMULSIONfor

or you'll make a tyrant out ever of him.obey", lilac gingham and went about the too, the folds of the lilac frock back up' to' that vision. She saw them ,Chest Colds,Bronchitis

"But I hate-fighting." I, house singing. Three days! Of free- from her slender figure, stood Jane straight now. She did not love Fred-

"You won't have dom! .Jane. erick Towne. She had no right to
to fight. I do it
because it's It was after lunch that she told He went charging up the bank to- marry him. Yet she must. There Discretion
my temperament. But wards her. "Uncle John one of the boys at
the old woman, "I'm going down in was no way out. ,
you things can manage bit-and him-by letting the Glen-there should be wild ,hon- "My dear," he said, "my dear." Towne was aware of 'a differencein school said I looked exactly like
go a coaxing will "
do the rest-" eysuckle-Sophy." That was all. But he was there, her when he returned from New you? "

"I don't There were bees in the Glen and holding her hands, devouring her York. She was more remote. A "What did you say?
want to hus- "
band," said Jane.manage-my butterflies, and a cool silence. On with his eyes. little less responsive. Yet these "Nothing-he's bigger'n I am.

"All women do";'" the other side of the creek were Then he dropped her hands. "I things caused him no disquiet. Her

"Would you want to pasture, and cattle, grazing. But no thought you were a ghost," he said, crisp coolness had always constituted t
manage-
Baldy?" human creature was in sight. Jane, a little awkwardly. 'I called you one of her great charms. "You Fps DER

Edith flushed. "That's different," walking along the narrow path, hada up this morning and Sophy said you ,are tired dearest," he told her. "I NONEWORLD'S

she evaded. sense of utter peace. Here was were in town." wish you would marry me right I ,

familiar ground. She felt the wel- and let me make you'happy."
"Not different. You know youwouldn't "I came out at noon. The day was away,
come of inanimate things-the old They were lunching at the Capitol
go through life with him, so perfect., I had to see the Glen. R
willows, the singing stream, the in the Senate restaurant.. Freder-
pulling wires, making a puppet of "It is perfect. When I found you
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do. But-oh, we love each other." the rosiness of the flowers she He was talking naturally now, again, and then told others who he Best Friend

Jane's voice shook. sought. She climbed up, picked the smiling at her as she stood beside was. Some day she would be his "Your best friend," said Emer-

Edith looked at her thoughtfully. fragrant sprays and sat down undera him. She found herself trembling, ,wife, and everybody would be tell- son, "is the one who can make'you
almost afraid to speak again lest else that she was the do what know ought to
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"But are you?" the broad stream and a rustic bridge more shaken than he by the en- The attentive waiter at her el.'

"I'm tired I think. I don't know. just at a turn of the path. counter. She wondered at his ease. bow laid toast on her plate, and ON A DIET?

Ever since I came home' I've been And now, around the turn of the And so it happened that, woman- served Maryland crab from a silver

nervous. Perhaps it is the reac- path, came suddenly a man and like, as they walked alone at last chafing-dish. Frederick knew what Try This HelpA

tion." two boys. They carried fishingrodsand after the boys had left them in the she liked and had ordered without deficiency of Vitamin B Complex and

"Jane, I'm going to say some- stopped at a jutting rock to little pine grove back of the house, asking her. But the. ,delicious food Iron In your diet can contribute to seri-
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lovely face suffused with blushes. hate to do, and that's to bait my She flushed. "Oh," she said, "I'm the king of song, for- experts con Only--'

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PAGE EIGHT -.....

_.. ,. when the final quarter. Lynwood Dixon year when his mill was destroyedby Washington, D. C. (FNS-Sub-
... _. ,. _._,.J__ ball championship Wednesday
,, .- ...- ." they avenged their defeat by team threw a 10 yard pass to Elbert firet He lost his sight several stantiating estimates made by Ma- "'
Hooker for team l's second touch- years ago in a mill accident. jor General E. M. Markham, former
13-0 victory.
3 with a
SCHOOL NEWSEditor down then with less than a minuteto chief of Army engineers, who told
in the first
first score came
The
play Jack Waters:: threw a pass LADIES' AID BUYSREFHIGKKATOU congressional committees that the
when Bud Vaughn threw a
quarter to Jimmy Elmore who caught it on : I"ORIAXSE Florida cross state canal could be
_........_. Dick Patterson 40 yard pass to J. D. Hooker in the 30' and ran the ball over for built for $160,000,000, canal advo-
but they failed to
Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges the end zone the score. The lineup for team 1 at The. Ladies Aid Society of the cates have revised their figures

Sports Editor _.. Dick Tarleton make the kick extra point blocked.when Vaughn'splace ends, Robert Hodges and Ernest Community f Church has just pur- from $197,000,000 down to $155-
was
Editor Oliver; at center, Eric Belcher; at chased a new General Electric 6-' 000,000. '
Assistant Sports
The other score came in the 3rd
Louiso Leiter quarterback, Elbert Hooker; at foot refrigerator for the church I
period when team 1 began throwing I
Society __._.....-. Mario RobbinsFeatures short that put them on thetropponent's left halfback, Lynwood Dixon; and manse. 5
and Clubs, Julia Oglesby passes 30 yard line. Then Bud at right halfback, Sherwood Hall.,. The manse is also now receivinga

Humor .......__... Ed''Von Mach Vaughn threw a long pass into the For team 2 at ends, Quentin Smith new. coat of paint and the ad-

Athisor ............_.......... Mr. Lado end zone that Sam Lang partially and Phillip MacLeod, ; at center, I joining lot has been cleared and Good FarmLand
at quarterback, Jack in lawn
Floyd Gciger; planted grass.
.. . blocked but J. D. Hooker caught it
0- Waters; at left half, Jimmy Elmore;
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off of Sam's hands. The extra point
and at right half, E. J. Bustle. '
The Honor Roll was added when Vaughn threw a Tigers Meet- 4 :. __ :
short pass to Dick Tarleton in the '
roll end zone. Frost Warning Service (Continued From Page 1)

The honor for Clewiston The lineup for team 1: le, Gus I for Rent
School for the ,second month is as Cantrell; c, Hager Lowe; re, Paul FunctioningThe but is expected to see at least part
Begins
follows: Pullen;; qb, J. D. Hooker; In, Dick time action tonight.
Grade-Rachel Miner, Elea For Coach Lawrence Hardy will
First Tarleton; rh, Bud Vaughn.
nor Von Mach, Bevoly Flaniken,, team 3, le, Bert Schultz; c, Bill probably start Peters and Moore at
Horticultural Protection Ser- ends, Nail at center, Sealey and f >
Junior Golden, Wayne Shelfer,, Davis; re, A. D. Frith; qb, Harold
the State of Florida -
vice sponsored by Lee at halfback positions and either -
Mary Oliver and Carol Joy Alston. Ahney; Ih, Sam Lang; rh, Junior and the United States Weather Lundy or Leath as tailback.
Lionel Beatty,,
Grade- Waters.
Second
Bureau opened its season Nov. 1st The should be closely con-
Richard Knight, Maureen Johnson,, In the junior high team two de- game
and will be continued until April tested with Moore Haven seekinga TrespassersWill
Benbow, Ann Prewitt, Harry feated team one by a 7-0 score.
Shirley
I 1st, 1940. The service is under the second win over the local squad
Vaughn, Jimmy Johnson, Volney The score came in the 3rd quarter E S. Ellison of' Lakeland Be
direction of and the Tigers striving just as hardto
on a 30 yard pass into the end
'Robbins. Morning and evening get revenge for the first defeat.
Third Grade-Alfred Dodge. zone. The extra point was added on I ature forecast bulletins will temper-I \ ProsecutedClewiston '

Fourth Grade-Kim Kolstad, a short pass over left end. sued daily from the '\ PENTECOSTAL CHURCH .

Dick Schiffli, Ernest Smith, Carline 1- eau Office, Lakeland, over radio South Clewiston
Berner, Mary Bussell, Kathryn (Held Over From Last Week) station WLAK 'at 11:00 a. m., 12 I

Dyess, Lillian Golden, Shirley Tarle- Intro-Mural Sports noon and 4:15 p. m. Other stations Services Every Sunday:

ton.' Dick Tarleton broadcasting these bulletins .in. this Sunday school at 9:45.
Grade-Gene Doke, Jo Ann : Team 1 defeated team 2 for the WQAM
at
Fifth weekdays
vicinity' are on Morning worship at 11 a. m.
Crouch, Louise Prewitt and June : second time Wednesday in the sen- 12:15 p. m. and 5:00 p. m.; WIODat Young Peoples meeting,. 6 p. m. /

Espenlaub.Sixth I ior high intra-mural touchfootballgame. 12:15 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. ex- Rev. M. M. Dudley, director. And
David Team 2 held the ball mostof Realty
Grade-Jim Moody, and
12:00 Saturdays
cept noon on Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m.
Thomas, Jean Auger, Nora Oglesby, the opening period and climaxeda 12:25 p. m. on Sundays.The ; ':Tuesday evening service 7:30 p. .
Wanda Shelfer and Emily Joyce 60 yard drive with a touchdown Everglades field man is J. m. I DevelopmentCorporation
when Ed Von Mach passed to J.
Bullen. W. Milligan who will make his Friday evening service 7:30 p.
Seventh Grade-Betty Perez, B. Brantley in the end zone.) A pass
residence at Belle Glade during the m.
Mach from Von Mach to Brantley fell incomplete -
Von ,
Christine Reddish, Sue coming winter season. This frost The public is cordially invited to '
so the extra point was no
Richard Hanna. protection service for the Ever- attend all services.M. \
Eighth Grade-Ernest Oliver, good. glades is in co-operation with the M. DUDLEY, pastor.
JanIe Brantley, Marianne Jones, Team, 1 came back in the second Everglades Experiment Station.
to A series of short - - -------------- -
Pearl Norton.- quarter score. J
Nettie
Daily weather bulletins are wiredto
Gloria worked the ball down to the \
Grade-Betty Berg, passes
I Ninth
the station and are posted by Mr.
McDuffie, Ann Pafford, 'Elbert 3 yard line then Bud Vaughn pass- Milligan in the various Everglades
ed to Captain J. D. Hooker over the
Hooker. Postoffices whenever frost threatens. FAMOUS HOMESJNJISTORYTfi P
Tenth Grade-Mary Johnson. goal for the tying touchdown.Vaughn's Any additional informationmay

Eleventh Grade-Julia Oglesby, drop-kick. added the extra be obtained by calling Mr. Mil I .
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Renee Wetherington, June Hooker, I poInt. r ligan at 84 Belle Glade.
Dick Owen, Audrey :McLaughlin, I The final score came in the last '
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Flora Lee Haven and Margaret Von period. But Vaughn passed 30 :yards ,
Mach. to Bert Shultz to put the ball on Clerk Circuit Court ',: "

Twelfth Grade-Florence Graham, the 10 yard line. Two plays later ".

J. D. Hooker, Louis Leiter, Hervey Vaughn threw' a pass to Tarletonin In Involved In Suit : I u.111

Bourne, Munselle Stone, Dick Pat- the end zone for the score. The f

terson, Edythe Nell Cornette and same combination worked for the '- ;
Maxine Doty. conversion. One minute later the C. L. Arbuthnot, through his at- .
game ended-tthe score Team 1, 14; torney, Louis O. Gravely, has filed '\ I

Spelling nee Team 2, 6. The lineup for team 1, suit against William T. Hull, Hendry /
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and Gus Can- clerk of the circuit court for 1 '
Hervey Bourne won the Senior at ends, Bert Shultz county ..
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spelling bee, spelling 26 words cor- trell; at center, Hager Lowe; at damages amounting to $5,000, alleging : "HOME SWEET HOME"

rectly. Maxine Doty was second quarterback, J. D. Hooker; at left that he failed to record a noticeof \l0,4rffifDt ,

spelling' 18 words correctly. J. B. half Dick Tarleton; at right half, appeal to the Supreme court in /!.10 OWN ty

Brantley spelled 15, Marie Robbins Bud Vaughn. For team 2 at endsA. April of 1938 which deprived him ::: This was the home of John YouacM

14 and Louis Leiter 13. D. Frith and John Bethea; at of benefits he might have obtained ; Howard Payne, author of one '

center, Charles Turner; at quarter- thereby. "ttr
( of America's best loved
Junior High Program back, Ed Von Mach; at left halfback Arbuthnot had sued O. F. Strick- 5 songs

audience-America. Louis Leiter; at right halfback J. I land, now of Venus, to collect fundshe
Song Speaker-Rev.by Kent Pendleton. B. Brantley.The claimed were due him from the : : Let us help you achieve the security."'..' \

Song-South of The Border, by Junior high game ended in sale ;of materials, including lumber, of
comfort of home
Marilyn Davis. a 12-12 tie between teams 1 and 2, and at the trial Judge George W. and a your own

Duet-Twilight Song by Doris Team one started the scoring in Whitehurst ruled in favor of Strick-

Hodges and Marianne Jones. the second quarter when a pass landi, Arbuthnot gave notice of ap-

Song-Man With The Mandolin, from Lynwood Dixon to Elbert peal, to the Supreme court and the

Betty Springer and Elizabeth Wlnn. Hooker resulted in a touchdown. A justices dismissed the case when it
few plays later team 2 evened thingsup came before them, Gravely said, be- Clewiston Federal Savings

INTRA-MURAL SPORTS when Phillip Mac Leod caught cause Hull had not recorded the

Dick Tarleton [Jimmy Elmore's pass for a thirty notice as the law required.

Team 1 came one step closer to yard gain and a touchdown.The Arbuthnot was in the sawmill and Loan Association

the intra-mural touch foot- last two scores. occurred in business I here until August of last I

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