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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 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
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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CLEWISTOX. FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1932 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR
NUMBER 51 -
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f!, Sugar- Restrictions- May- Be- emoved In January I I







TIGERS LOSE FINAL I Glades- -K--Puts New I Clewiston Observes I AP Dispatch Says Farm Officials




) HOME ,GAME TO Bus Into Service HereThe I Quiet ThanksgivingDespite I Favoring Unlimited Production I



new Glades K bus which, the fact that the U. S. c -


I MOORE HAVENDick Clewiston will make two and, trips West a Palm day between Beach observed Engineers Thanksgiving and the postal employees on the Production Of Red .1 1 OFF-SHORE EXPECTED TO CANE''MEASURES TAKE AREAS RETALIATORY ARE-


made its first trip Wednesday and
Garments Starts
residents twenty-third of November, the Cross I -
Tarleton was inspected by many I
upon its arrival in Clewiston.The greater number of Clewiston people According to an Associated Press

The Clewiston 'Tigers, in their bus is made by the Flexble had their turkey and enjoyed the Production of garments for the story from Washington Monday

last home game of the season were Bus Company and is powered by a federal farm officials have virtually
relief
holiday yesterday.Office use of the Red Cross in war
handed a'' 38-28 defeat by the Moore large 141 h. p: Buick motor installed decided to remove restrictions in
United will be begun Monday by the;
work
of the
i Haven Terriers on the Clewiston in the rear of the chassis Instead employees 1940 on the production of sugar in

gridiron last Friday night. Sealey, of the" front. It Is a snub- States Sugar Corporation had Clewiston chapter under the direc- the continental United States even
off did the commis- tion' of Mrs. F. Deane Duff, pro-
the Moore Haven left, halfback prov- nosed coach similar In every respectto Thursday as 1 though such action might adversely
calleda
ed to be the star of the game by the .big coaches used by the sary employees. Field and sugar duction chairman, who has affect trade with Cuba and United

scoring 5-of the visitor's 6 touch- Florida Motor Lines and the Grey- house workers worked as usual. ,meeting at the school December4th buildingfor I States territorial possessions.

downs and one extra point. hound Lines. Accommodations are Most Clewiston business houses Monday afternoon Practically every producer of

were closed yesterday as was the at 3:30. Volunteers who will ( and beet in the
and cane sugar countryhas
out to for twenty
There was a nice crowd offered passengers
bank, which observed both the 23d do a bit of simple sewing or knit- I Indicated that they wished to
fact that it comfortable seats are
the game despite the the roomy, attend.In .
30th. ting are: asked to
I and be allowed to ahead unhamperedby
go
was the coldest night so far this finished in a: rich blue upholstery.
quiet with explaining the purpose of the restrictions 1940 although -
season. The Moore Haven cheering It is controlled by Westinghouseair The observance was in ana

section on the east side of the brakes which are said to be residents taking advantage of the meeting Mrs.. Duff said: "The a formal announcement of

field was well filled and the cold the most efficient made permittinga holiday to go hunting, picknickingin Clewiston chapter of the American plans has not been made by the

was soon forgotten in the excitement full stop in 'the shortest possible the woods, visiting on the coastsor National Red Crdss has been askedto Department of Agriculture it is

of a close, well-played foot- time.' The bus,:is said to have cost : to be lazy at home. There was make at least one box contain- anticipated that no attempt will be

ball game. There were only two approximately $8,000. no football game, the Tigers goingto ing specific articles to be used by made to re-enact the Sugar Act of

r penalties, one against Moore Haven I The bus will leave Clewiston at Boca Grande for the final game the national headquarters for war 1937 which expires in January of

for holding and one against Clewis- 7:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. each day. of the season. relief purposes. The box will con- next year.

tain articles of clothing for Infants, Lifting, of restrictions would
ton for offside.On
i women and children, knitted sweaters mean a greatly increased mainland
the following the kick-
play
and mufflers for old men and production of cane and beet sugar

off Lundy made 30 yards at right Clarence R Bitting Issues Statement boys, and hospital operating roses, and particularly would this be true
:
end to put the ball on the Tigers'.tf local
The
convalescent roses, etc. in the newest of the country's sugar
10 yard line. Sealey took a reverse
<. : chapter, using uncommitted funds, producing areas, the Everglades of

jj1 from Lundy and made the remaining Relative To Quota Removal Reporthave has bought the necessary materials, Florida. It would also mean a
10 yards for the score. Sealey'spass
I I and will have the garments cut :smaller: market for Cuban sugar in
to Nail for the point failed.
ready to be made and distribute this country and the offshore pos-

The Tigers then received the It is indeed gratifying to learn I resulted in dismal failure. Perhaps soon and urges the women of Clew- sessions of this country: which might

kick-off and with a series of short from Washington dispatches that it might not be' wise to turn iston to volunteer their ,time and result in decreased purchases of

passes and runs put the ball on the restrictions on theproduction of our attention to saving America efforts to get these things made as. industrial goods by these islands.

Moore Haven 8 :yard line. Stone our own necessities of life are to first; such method would at least soon as possible. Discontinuance "of the sugar control -

taking a reverse from Hooker went I be discarded. It should be readily rebound to our own benefit and "There will be a meeting at the o program would also mean that

over the goal without even being apparent that :limitations of a non- might possibly show others the way school house on Monday, December government parity payments to

touched. A pass from Vaughn to surplus crop, such as sugar, to less to set their own affairs in order. 4th at 3:30 p., m. and all who will growers would be discontinued andit

Lang for the point was incomplete. than 30 percent of our requirementsis The information from Washmgto volunteer their services are urge is also quite likely that the pro-

Vaughn kicked to Peters on the this worthwhile taxes which have been assessed -
that their cessing
a direct and serious impedimentto would indicate to attend or send names to

35 'yard line.. Then Sealey, in an farm employment. Factory payrolls effort is about to be tried.It any one of the following Mrs. F. against the refiners will also

attempt to circle right end, fumbled in the United States closely is most unfortunate, that,the Deane Duff, Mrs. J. A. McGeheor < be removed. These subsidies received

: ,.'." and Hooker recovered on the Moore follow the trend' of-gross- farm income news' Item does not, quote a respon' Mrs. R. Y. 'Patterson each, year by cane and beet sugar

jft I | j.| > Haven 30. On,the next play Vaughn so that ,an increase, in farm sible ,official in making known the "We hape and believe the women growers of the country is said to
faded to the forty and threw a long intention to save have averaged about $33,000,000
Administration's bit and
income means an equally substantial will do their gladly prompt-

pass to Brantley in the end zone forClewiston's increase in factory payrolls.The America first. A total absence of ly. The Red Cross has done its big annually.

second score. Vaughn'splacekick would be the .There will be no limit to Cuba's
more sugar we produce in the all sugar legislation bit toward helping the Glades area

for the point was goodto United States the greater will be best possible solution of the sugar in time of need-so let us do our sale of sugar, in the United States

make the score 14-6. our farm income and hence factory problem. If we must have a plan now." but an import duty of $1.50 a hun-

Vaughn kicked to Lee who was payrolls will be increased. then ,let that plan eliminate all ex- dred will be charged. Under the

downed on his own 30. Then Leath and control Cuba was givena
benefit program
sise taxes payments
Restrictions on production, tariffs Red Cross Roll Call
substitute quarterback went around benefit limitations on the production of our fixed sharp of the American market
excise taxes and pay- "
left end and raced 50 yards for a ments all out of the sugar own necessities of life is bound to, and the duty was lowered to
come SatisfactoryThe
touchdown. Sealey added the pointat consumers' pocket. Experiences during rebound to the benefit of consumers Response ninety cents a hundred.

right end. and after the World War when i and at the same time substantiallyincrease ; The United States Sugar Corpo-

The Tigers took the kickoff and employment in the United ration of the Everglades and many
the American housewife was griev- drive of the Clewiston Red
worked the ball down to the Moore I
I i other producers have long foughtthe
ously overcharged ,for, and restricted States. Efficient sugar producer Cross chapter for new members is
Haven 15 where Stone scored his the
and government control plan on
in her supply of, sugar were can make reasonable profits going ahead at a rapid pace and
second touchdown of the eveningon
grounds that sugar is a nonsurpluscrop
brought vividly to mind when the pay good wages when refined sugar both the chapter chairman, Mrs. I\.
a run at left end. Vaughn's kick and that there should be no
tried at sells for around, five cents a pound '
same tactics were again Y. Patterson and the roll call chairman -
for the point was blocked but restriction on: a commodity of which
and thus there is no need to pay}
the beginning of the present European C. E. Miner, are confident
Hooker picked it up and made the the country does not produce enoughfor
from the Federal Treasurynor
hostilities. If, restrictions, quotas subsidies that the Clewiston quota will not
point at right end. food out of the mouths; its own needs.Construction.
All of this happened in the first taxes and benefit payments assured to tax only be filled but that the number:

period. Then in the second quarterthe adequate 'supplies at reasonable of our people. of new members will greatly exceed
the producers of Florida will Of New
Terriers marched down to the prices perhaps consumer Sugar the quota.

Tiger 20 where Sealey took the ball would have no complaint, but the welcome unrestricted domestic pro A complete canvass of the com-

over at left end. Lee added the experience of early September, whenit duction together with elimination munity has not yet been completed Lanier Home Begun

from Lundy. was found necessary to suspendall of both taxes on sugar and payment and the roll call will be continued ,
point on a reverse "\---
The the ball but these artificial restraints, is of so-called "benefit payments." for at least another two weeks in -
Tigers got were
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local building contractor -
the The independent farmers of the< J. F. ,Tippey.
: forced to make the first kick of definite proof that consumer order that everyone will be given
on a
I the Then Sealey made' his has nothing to gain and much to Everglades are awaiting definite as- I a chance for raembeiship. I began work yesterday
game. residence for W H. Lanier in
beautiful 70 lose through continuation of sugar surances that restrictions on produc- The Everglades area has benefit new
third touchdown on a
yard run at right end. A pass from legisla tion. tion of non-surplus crops will be ted greatly in the past from thi:: lot seven of block the 170 on street Crescent from
Drive just across
removed. As soon as;
permanently humanitarian organiza.tionwhich
Sealey to Peters was incomplete so Consumers of sugar outnumber great I the recently completed home of
the score remained 26-21 in favor producers about 1,200 to ''1 and such assurances are available these stands ready, through the

that farmers intend to proceed with the dollars contributed each year for R. C. Wilson.
of the visitors.A thus it is qulte apparent con- will be six-room

I few minutes later the Tigers sumer interest far outweighs pro- planting of 25,000 ,to 30,00.0.acres memberships, to go into any section The home of modernistic a design

of sugar-cane and the constructor where disaster strikes at a mo- bungalow
i scored when Sealey trying to go, ducer interest. Past experience with roof of asbestos cement shin-
around right end, fumbled and clearly demonstrates that the sugar of a sugar-house capable of grind- ment's notice. Clewiston has been exterior and

I Hooker picked it up and made the consumer cannot depend on foreign Ing at least 6,000 tons .of cane per fortunate in the past to have been gles, novelty siding interior. The

I touchdown. Then a pass from I countries and other offshore day. Such development will involve missed by the disasters which struck modulated plaster facing south
is L-shaped
building
at upwards of $15.000,000 in land, other sections of the lake with appalling -
' ;; (Continued on Page 8) areas for adequate: supplies rea- with the living room entrance at
" [sonable prices. In its most recent drainage facilities, agricultural life and property damagebut
of the two wings.
study of the subject the United equipment, sugar-house facilities,, close proximity has made this the junction
Frost Forms There is porch, a circular con
Light no
States Tariff Commission frankly housing facilities, railroads, rolling section recognize the value of suchan
\ for the entrance.In .
crete stoop serving
I stock, tractors, trucks and time of need.
stated that tariffs'were, not the wagons organization in
Here Saturday A. M. [ the east wing are located two
I answer to the sugar problem. Re-' automobiles. Part of every dollar contributed bedrooms and bath and in
large
cent experience demonstrates that Employment would be createdfor for membership is retained by the
the main wing the large living
approximately 5,000 persons local chapter for work in the com-
limitations, coupled
A light scattered frost, confinedto restrictions and room, dinette, kitchen and utility
Federal throughout the United States for munity when needed
extremely low points, did relatively with hand-outs from the room: Living room, dinette and
inso- upwards, of 15' months and perma- The national organization not
the
not answer
Treasury, are
no damage to tender vege- hallway leading to the bedrooms
nent employment in the Everglades during times of disas-
only serves
is concerned.
table crops in the Clewiston farm- far as the consumer and bath are to have hardwood
Throughout the present centuryour would be provided for upwards of ter but teaches life-saving and safety -
ing area Saturday morning despite floors.
has tried various 6,000 heads of families. Such development courses such as the one recently -
the fact that the temperature in the government The living room occupies the
...
would create numerous additional completed in Clewiston, establishes : -
', townsite was the lowest recorded at ways and means which it was hoped south front of the main wing with
, I for the permanent employment. first aid stations for the relief of
ay of the sugar corporation wea- might prove advantageous the dinette located in the northwest
supplying the needs of those directly traffic accident injured
ther stations in the western division. country. During the first decade we highway orner. East of the dinette and just

I The temperature here was 36 de- tried Imperialism and are still pay- employed in the operation; and a hundred other services. back of the living room Is the

grees on that morning. Ing for our steps in this direction. a conservative estimate is two per- kitchen and utility room.
sons for every one directly employed ROAD 25 OPENED
the second decade we tried
The Eastern division was several During The new home will cost approxi-
meddling in European affairs. During thus this single development, .
degrees colder, however, the same aately $4,500.
\ awaiting only the signal to go As a Thanksgiving present to
morning, with 33 degrees being the the third decade we tried send-
coldest temperature shown at any ing our money abroad; it is still ahead, will create permanent em- the people of the 'glades the State
In America, at American State; detour to Canal Point.
ployment Road Department opened ong
show
there, but we have little to
station. The frost was fairly heavy
t for it. During the fourth decadewe wages on an American standard ofliving Road 25 from Belle Glade to The road has been closed for
and did considerable damage to
prohibiting for upwards of 20,000 heads:: rwenty-Mile Bend to traffic Thurs- two; :years during which time the
tried to build prosperity by -
A thermometer of the I
young crops.
of families.I day. Holiday traffic from the coastto oad department has spent nearly
I
production of own necessities '
Florida frost warning service, placed our
1 and guaranteeing foreign have been besieged by, those : the 'glades and from the 'glades a half million dollars in making
the ground at Canal Point
_, a on countries our domestic. markets. All seeking to invest their funds In a to the coast were thus able to use his section of road wider, smoother
that morning, had 'a low recording
,) Continued page 8) the road without making the and< safer _
I 4-r of a little more than 31 degrees these methods, ways and means ( on ; new

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Yule Epidemic Sweeps America; !Though seems a queer possi-

bility, it's quite on the cards that

This Disease! wars in future--assuming that
Nobody Escapes sanity continues to elude mankind

-may be decided by noise. There

are scientists ;who.believe that the

amplifier is potentially a far more

-deadly; ',weapon:: than- the bombing
plane.
To illustrate: if the sound ofNev

.York's traffic were, ampli-

"' h DECEMBER ACCOUNTS FOR ;'' ., a ; 'y > __-" <......,.,..."'y___. _""' _,.)'U.....n7i;,- 1 .-4" ,,,f>=s. ?/Hok fied a-'few billion times, the entire
IS.IS, OR ONE-SITN OF a ,/ jai city would be blasted out of exist-
.A RETAIL TRADE y { :
TOTAL YEAR'S >
Before
ence. you assert that an
amplifier capable of that could
I never be constructed, be informedthat

there is now in New York a

"sound microscope" which magni-
fies noise ten billion times.It .
is being used to reproduce the
sound of goldfish barking.



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-Immediately after Thanksgiving each year, America begins planningits mss"h I Cost in Relieving tJI

Christmas celebration. In every city and hamlet decorations blossomon

streets and in store tlind Merchants put their shoulders to the

wheel, for December is responsible for one-sixth of the years: total r'v yr4:

retail trade (see graph). On Monday, December, 4, banks begin payingmore llIllllMATICPAIN

than $300,000,000 to some 7,000,000 Christmas savers.



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SPAGHETTI WITH CHIPPED BEEF

(Recipes Below.)
1P GENUINE
; C late is melted. Mix the sugar, cornstarch :r.NI
Fashioned
Old _
', BAYER ASPIRIN
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and salt with the remaining ::?
HospitalityWith \
chocolate mixture. Return'-to dou-

Thanksgiving back of us and ble boiler and cook, stirring constantly "' ; j3ffiS

kkiiIf4 winter ahead perhaps this is an ex- until mixture thickens. Then : :>: ). er
f r cellent time to ask ourselves some beat the egg yolks slightly and slow- .... ..:$; r 1118 L'
searching questions-to be answered ly pour the chocolate mixture over 7'7 1i j1
them. Return to double boiler and ::
ourselves.Do :
just by
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we as homemakers really en- cook 2 minutes longer. Add, vanilla Uia5ve: :.:
joy neighbors and friends? As they extract and pour in baked pastry ;<
shell. Cool, and top with whipped : .:
// 3j pass our house on our street do they 2mI9 .*:
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cream to serve. ; ; : ,
think of us with a friendly warmth? : ?::?;
Baked Stuffed Pork
Or have we, perhaps unknowingly, Chops.
c a .1t These baked stuffed pork chopsare
g allowed ourselves to be so busy, so Use this famous quick way
r concerned about the tasks of the them.a favorite with any man. Try today without thought of

day that we have forgotten that aft-
Purchase thick pork-chops and cuta price!
er all the biggest joy in living comes
in from the fat side of
slit them the
it is the of each .. You be
because privilege utterly at the
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one to "live in my house by the side speed with which Bayer Aspirin
the bone. Spread
/n New York, Santa Claus is'welcomed Throughout the nation, volun- of the road and be a friend to man." inside surface of brings relief from neuralgia, head-
Let's entertain then but let's en- aches and of rheumatism and
pains
to the city on Thanksgiving teer groups begin repairing discard- ) chop with
I day in a huge parade sponsored by ed toys and dolls for Christmas distribution tertain simply, informally, inexpen- pared mustardand pre- neuritis. Among the fastest, most
sively. And thinking that you might effective ways known, Bayer As-
Manhattan department store. to needy youngsters. fill with
a like to do just this, I have collectedfor desired bread any pirin not only brings relief from,

you this week a number of my dressing. Brown such pains very fast but this
favorite recipes for just such easy quick way is very inexpensive. It
in hot fat in
lightly a frying
pan.
note the little the dollars
entertaining. Please may save once spent on
Remove to greased baking
u hints that are attached to each of pan. high priced remedies. )
Bake slowly in a moderate oven,
# the recipes. (350 degrees) for approximately 2 Once you try it. actually feel
f i1/ Spaghetti With Chipped Beef. hours, or until meat is tender. its quick relief, you'll know why
(Serves 4) My Best Chocolate Cake. thousands make sure they get no

This recipe is particularly nice All the world loves a chocolate substitutes for Bayer Aspirin, by
for a one-dish meal when guests always asking for it
cake and I suppose there are almost -
arrive unexpectedly. for chocolate by its full name when A
as many recipes ;
1 large (24-ounce) can cooked cake as there are women who make they buy never by BAYER
spaghetti in tomato sauce the name of "aspirin" R
This
them. recipe, however remains -
1 5-ounce jar chipped beef my favorite. alone.
1 fat
cup 2 ounces bitter chocolate .
Heat spaghetti. Frizzle the chipped % cup butter ;{l '/l
beef in the fat until crisp and brown.
1% sugar
cups
Then place the chipped beef in a' 3
border around the platter and pour eggs Your Learning
2cups cake flour

....___._.m..mmmun.n..nnu.._____._ the spaghetti in the center. Garnish % teaspoon salt Wear your learning like your
with parsley or watercress. 2 teaspoons baking powder watch, in a private pocket; and

I At Santa Claus, Ind., Charles Howard of Albion, N. Y., begin Oven Fried Chicken. 1 ,cup milk ,do not pull it out and strike it, ,3
conducting his school for Santa Clauses. (Serves 4) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract merely to show that you have

___ .... ._._................__ .. ____ un ._____ _..._. .__ __.,_ Oven fried chicken is one of the Melt chocolate carefully over one.-Lord Chesterfield.
dishes that is particularly simpleto
warm water. Cream butter thoroughly -
After .
prepare.
ana addsugar
the preliminary slowly. Sep- Pull the Trigger on
ilk browning, all that O
arate beat
,
eggs

SY+. ..... done remains is simply to be to .,s: 11 f n egg yolks, and z Lazy Bowels, and Also
add to butter and
.
put the the chickenin whereit sugar mixture. Pepsin-ize Stomach \
oven
:
Add the melted
takes care of itself and cooks i When constipation brings on acid indi-
', ; until ready to chocolate.Mix gestion,bloating,dizzy spells,gas, coated
beautifully you are and sift together the flour, tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your
serve it. salt, and baking powder and add alternately stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
2 3 chicken cut for food and bowels don't
1 or pound vanilla tain undigested your
with the milk and
a""r frying move. So you need both Pepsin to help
extract. Beat egg whites until stiff break up fast that rich undigested food in
1 cup flour and fold into the cake mixture. your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull
1 teaspoon salt Place in 2 well-greased, 8-inch layer the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
laxative also contains Pepsin.
% teaspoon sure your
pepper cake pans. Bake in a moderateoven Take Dr. Caldwell's Laxative,because its
2 eggs (350 degrees) for approximately Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-
Toy manufacturers finish their In a war-torn world, Christmas is % cup water 30 to 35 minutes. derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative

season's work. 'These eyes will soon a time for good deeds. Thousands 1 cup fine cracker crumbs Escalloped Potatoes and Ham. Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the of

I provide vision for the doll Sister reof gift boxes like these are being Fat for frying Guests or no guests this escalloped power undigested of Pepsin protein to dissolve food which those may lumps lingerin

ceives on Christmas morning. shipped to the Orient. 1 onion, chopped fine potatoes and ham dish is deliciously your stomach,to cause belching,gastric w....
1 cream acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-
.__. .. ... .... ,, cup simple and simply delicious. stomach helps relieve it of such
1 ""''' .w" .J"-.r-" wo niv '"""" :; Dip pieces of chicken in flour to izing your
J nr Slice potatoes thin and place
F: Sy tic very distress. At the same time this medicine
which salt and pepper have been add- layer by layer in a buttered baking wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
G'o. ed; then dip in beaten egg to which casserole. Dot each layer with but bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
water has been added and finally ter and 'sprinkle with salt and pep how much better you feel by taking the
work
laxative that also puts Pepsin to on
roll in cracker crumbs. Brown in per. Add milk; sufficient in quantity that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin-
:: s'5 hot fat (1 inch in depth). Place in to just cover the potatoes. Top icky children' love to taste this pleasant
( baking pan, sprinkle with onion, and with a one-inch slice of ham. Bakein family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Lax
,A. top with cream. Cover and bake ina a slow oven, (325 degrees) until druggist ative-Senna.rray with: Syrup Pepsin at your

moderate oven (350 degrees) until both the ham and the potatoes are
I
,- tender, approximately 1% hours. baked to a stage of perfect done-

__ Chocolate Cream Pie. I I ness, approximately 1 hour and 15 Guard Your ThoughtsThe

And sneaking of chocolate-this minutes. I happiness of your life depends -

y chocolate cream pie has that just upon the quality of your '.

right combination of ingredients that thoughts therefore, guard ac
;; /5 makes it neither too thick nor too Easy Entertaining.This cordingly.-Marcus; Aurelius An-

:! < thin; too sweet nor not sweet book is simply filled with toninus.AT .
r' s enough. Furthermore, it is just as delightfully easy-to-follow sugges-
great a favorite with men as with tions for easy entertaining, men-

women; with boys as with girls. us, recipes, party suggestionsone -
2 1-ounce squares unsweetened and all are included. To get
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chocolate your copy now, send 10 cents in GOOD
DKUO
2 cups milk coin to "Easy Entertaining," STORESI S a R }tEAAGF

SA cup granulated sugar care of Eleanor Howe, 919 North ,up'''tsonLE
% cup cornstarch Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. t ,
% teaspoon salt
2 egg yolks (Released by Western Newspaper Union.). s1.0 jv.a+9': '

Christmas trees are cut in north. In schools and churches, choral 1 teaspoon vanilla extract yu r131tings J
forests and market I 1 baked pastry shell Keeps Glue Moist Jrj'
ern shipped to groups begin practicing Holiday i lessedRelc 2
where they trill gladden many a productions. Every community has Shave the chocolate and place it Glue will not dry out if a piece
candle is used instead of cork '
I together with IVfe cups milk in top of a
.heart Christmas such u A
on morning. activities each
many year. j e
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As we. pvrsve our Bv HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. shiny coat collar can be Removing Paper From Raisins.If .
.
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
selfish ends ; Chicago. cleaned by sponging with a cloth the paper sticks to the pack-

,."' \Je'd really 11a ve. DR. JAMES. BARTONWHEN (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) moistened with ammonia or vine.gal' age of raisins, place them in the

oven for a few minutes and the
I think
1 more- fvn, a hurried call is sent: Lesson for December 3 wrapping may be removed easily.It .

If we would tJl 1 be- physician to attend a A teaspoonful of lemon juice will also., cause .the raisins to

I better J patient with vomiting and severe Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected added' to the water in which eggs separate. 'anq.. fall apart.
and copyrighted by International poached will make : -' .
are them
friends f \ abdominal pains, his first Council of Religious Education; used by -
I I permission. firmer. To remove
1'C" thought is likely to the cloudiness which
comes over?hjghly p..lished'furni-
I be that the condiTODAY'S SPREADING THE GOOD NEWS Prunes, to be properly cooked, ture, '''wash it-'with sponge and

t tion is appendiciHEAL i LESSON TEXT-Matthew 102439. should be stewed very slowly for tepid water" and rub it dry with a

tis and, GOLDEN TEXT-Let him that heareth at least two successive days. The wet chamois wrung out of cold

be saved, immedi- COLUMN laY, Come.-Revelation 22:17. prunes will come out whole, soft water. A dry chamois streaks the
and tender, and with the richest, surface and does not remove the
WNU Service. ate operation is. "Bewilderment." Without Christ most delicious juice. blur.

necessary. It is certainly a and without God's Word men can-

wiser choice to operate than to not be anything but bewildered.Our .

\. wait too long and allow the lesson for the coming Lord's

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT appendix to burst. Day touches on one of the problems By I
; which causes many Christians to HOW SEW RUTH
and
But vomiting spells se-
question God's love and care. They SPEARS :
.; vere pains in the abdomen may find that their efforts for
to
testify
.
,....... ........ _
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be due to poisoning by a certain Him by word or life meet with a :

, .- food to which the patient is allergic violent reaction from a bitter SCREW DRAPERY for the glass curtains may then
sensitive. Instead of world, and they discover that sucha i ,; FIXTURES 70h be attached in the usual way to
BABY CHICKSBRED or IX2
life involves personal sacrifice and # I i CRANE the tops of the window frames.
tlli
FOR PRODUCTION: Dueka sneezing, large hives appearingon frequently results in even the mem- jl ODli NOTE: Readers who are now

.:' RAISED SOLD BY FOR QUALITY PROFIT? : Turkeys Chicks the skin, swollen face, thick- bers of their, own families turning it 1 1r using Sewing Books No. 1,2 and 3

STARTED CHICKS: Pullets ened tongue and mucous mem- against them. Can this be God's l I 6" Aoo. will be happy to learn that No. 4

MILFORD HATCHERY pIfv1ft I0.: brane, the food may cause way of dealing with His people? r is ready for mailing;; as well as

abdominal The answer is found in His Word. the 10 cent'' editions of No 1, 2 and
such pains
.. HEAVIES $ 39O severe The Christian is to beI. "
1ASSORTED
CHiCKS lNoCnpplesKNoCullsl O Per 100 bladderor 2/2 HOOK5 OR 3. Mrs. Spears has just made
that in the gall '
We Guarantee Live HellTery. We Pay Pottage. pus Fearless in a Hostile World (vv. RINGS quilt block patterns for three designs -
ATLAS CHICK CO- St. Louis. Mo. in the appendix may be suspect 24-28, 32, 33). selected from her favorite

i ed. Note carefully that he is not to Early American quilts. You may
AGENTSSalesmen. : The symptoms of food allergy may have these patterns FREE with
be silent
(vv. 32, 33)We deny our
and intestines
the skin stomach
appear on order for four books. Priceof
Lord when we fail to speak for Him your
Distributors big profits handling nose and throat, bladder,
Razor Blades. Aspirin etc. Free liter-' when we ought to do so. Christi- books-l0 cents each postpaid.Set .
ALBION. Box 409 Petersburg Va. nerves and elsewhere in the body.In .
atuie. of three quilt block patterns
anity is not to be hiddenin
something
the holidays almost at
most cases the patient and family WITH
without books 10 cents. Send
or-
one's bosom fire to
own a warmone's
seems to be
sensitiveness everyone
know that food allergy or
PHOTOGRAPHY -- soul. It is ders to Mrs.spears, Drawer: 10,
exists because own good news giving curtains a thought. An en- ..
which is to be proclaimed even from thusiastic reader of Sewing Book Bedford Hills, New York:
there have
t D r SNAPSHOTSIN been previous attacks the housetops.But No. 3 writes, "I have a bay win-

.. < f 1H: E I ALBUM of head colds, someone will say, when I dow in my dining room that has
migraine or onesided do speak there is opposition; they always been a problem to curtain.

"Got-acquainted"panel prints In leatherette Otter TWO u.lbum5end free sample your I headache abdom- call me names, they threaten to kill Right now I would like to make CLOTHESPIN r;: .

6 best or8 negatives exposure roll and developed a Sc stamp and with complete this Adl I| inal upsets, hives me. Yes, and what of it? "The pinch pleated drapes of figured

I I set of panel prints in album-25c (coin). | and other symptoms disciple is not above his master, damask to hang from cranes to NOSESensational
PHOTO LAB., Inc., Room 911A which cleared up nor the servant above his Lord" (v. the floor. I would also like a y
3825 Georgia Ave., N.W.,Washington,D. C.I promptly with or 24). They called Jesus a devil. valance." With this letter all the extra help for colds ,

without treatmentby They even crucified Him. Shouldwe window dimensions were given. -with Luden's! These famous '

use of adrenalin then expect to be borne to gloryon The sketch at the lower right cough drops not but only help
Law soothe throat; release t>
Nigerian epinephrine or flowery beds of ease? God reveals the difficulty. The space menthol vapor-which,with

Going to law among natives in Dr. Barton other remedies.I knows all about this, yes, even between the top of the windowsand every breath, helps penetrate

northern Cameroon and' Nigeria, have spoken before of the workon about the hidden and whispered the top of ,the bay made it clogged relieve "clothespin nasal passages nosel"LUDEN'S ,! helps

West Africa, means going to the food allergy reported by Drs. plottings of evil men (v. 26). He impossible to hang the draperiesas

nearest crocodile pool. Disputesare Walter Alvarez and H. C. Hinshaw, will deal with them and judge themin desired. A 1, by 2-inch stripof ,50 }

settled by the disputants en- Mayo clinic, in the Journal of the due season. wood nailed next to the ceilingof <

tering the pool, in the presence of American Medical Association. The We need not fear men. The most the bay and 'extending inches Menthol Cough Drops o

witnesses, and trying to swim foods that most commonly disagreewith they can do is to kill the body. over the walls at the sides as illustrated -

across. The truthful man, the na- people are really among the Let us consider the eternal God, will solve the problem.The .

C tives believe, will succeed; the most nourishing foods eaten. The who not only may take the life out cranes for the side ,drapes Folly of Anger

:, other will either refuse to swim list in the order in which they cause of the body, but is also able to cast may be screwed to this strip, Anger is a stone cast into a

or be eaten by a crocodile.llSTllO. symptoms in any group are: (1) both soul and body into hell (v. 28)). and the rods for the pinch pleated wasp's nest.-Malabar Proverb.CAMELS .

wheat, (2) chocolate, (3) eggs, (4) God is not a theory, a bit of valance fastened to it. The rods

milk, ((5)) beans, (6)) peas, (7) potatoes pious imagination. He is real, He

) (8) tomatoes (9) corn. (10) is all-powerful. Why then shouldwe
[
Sensational Relief from Indigestionand I beef, (11) onion, (12) pork, (13) fish, be fearful if we serve Him in Sans Inner Life

One Dose Proves It (14) nuts. faithful devotion? The man who has no inner life
I It tho first dose of this pleasant-tasting little .
black tablet doesn't bring you the fastest and most II. Fearless_ in Personal_ n_ _Life_ (.w._ Is the slave of his surroundings, -
complete relief you have erperlcnced send bottle obedient i1
the barometer is the
MONEY BACK. This 29-31). as
hack to us and get DOUBLE Cod Liver Oil
Bell-ana tablet helps the stomach digest food servant of the air at rest, and the
makes the excess stomach fluids harmless and lets It is one thing to be bold in the
you eat the nourishing foods you need. For heartburn weathercock the humble servantof
sick headache and upsets so often caused by Is 'Bottled Sunshine'The midst of battle. It is quite an-
,excess stomach fluids making you feel sour and the air in motion.-Amiel.
sick all orer-JTbT ONE DOSE of Bell-ana proves other thing to be fearless in the
of cod liver oil to build
speedy relief. 25c everywhere. taking
quiet of one's own room, or of one'sown
resistance to colds and other infections
up
heart. Satan is expert at that
Foe to None is now a well-established point. He comes to us with his

Be civil to all; sociable to custom in many families and pre humiliating accusations of our un-
schools. This is especiallytrue
many; familiar with few; friendto paratory worthiness, yes, of our worthlessness. -
the when there is
during days
one, enemy to none.-Benjamin Sadly enough our own knowl-
not much sunshine. Cod liver oil is BURN SLOWER
Franklin. edge of ourselves confirms his dis- I4

/ sometimes called "bottled sun mal judgment.But < : ...;..'x
;; : <
ME EXTRA
r shine. AND GIVE / J I
I wait! If we are Christianswe
A few years ago surgeons found ?
that in old injuries to bone, where are not our own. We are bought SMOKING PER PAC -
with the blood of
a price, precious
'infection scraping
was present,
Christ. We belong to Him. He is
)l MILDER
the dead bone and tissue and
I QUICK.WITH THIS fIRST-THOUGHT FIRST away our'advocate with the Father. Let
filling the space with cod liver oil
AID FOR HEAD COLDS'NASALMISERIES brought about more rapid healing. Him meet our accuser. What does WITH A BETTER
He ? He tells that He has
PENETRO NOSE PROPS-2 DROPS-THEY say us
This cod liver oil treatment for old
SOOTHE AS THEY TOUCH,THEY COOL AS wounds is now a recognized procedure numbered the very hairs of our Lb TASTE 1

THEY VAPORIZE.THEY SHRINK AS THEY in many countries.A head (v. 30), that even a dying
sparrow concerns Him, and that we U
ACT-AND FRESH-AIR BREATHING still further use for cod liver oil are worth more than many spar- % / -,.;" .>:
IS FREER AGAIN.WNU in what be called a "surface"
may rows (v. 31). We are His and He Whatever
infection is recorded by Dr. I. A. is our Saviour Friend and Brother. a it's price you payp pack r
Important
B Manville, Portland Ore., in North- Let look and be without fear. fact to remember this
e us up .2, >.> : By
iC west Medicine. One cf the mean and I ; ;nY, H, burning fso slower than
III. Fearless in the Family Circle the
average of tha
persistent afflictions is ulcerative colitis S l < ,ry:.,;.. .::'r.. ,> largest other of the
(vv. 34-39)) .r -sellin
h;, broods
an ulcerated condition of the slower testedrq -
\ large intestine or colon. There is Here, after all, is the acid test of '' ,;:1: ,%i;:?yvr .:,', give than any of t em-CAMELS
;is, a
7 48-39 smoking plus
alternating diarrhea and constipation discipleship. equal to

with pus and blood, symptoms :! Christ did not come in order to
Continual Growth which resemble cancer as there is I stir up needless strife between

Growth is better than perma- also the loss of weight. Treatmentby members of the family, but He well RALPH GULDAHL1937 -

nence, and permanent growth is injections of boracic acid and knew that divisions would come as and 1938 winner of the U.S.

better than all.-Garfield. other preparations bring disappointing the result of true discipleship. Men Open golf championship

I results in many cases. who are ordinarily kind and cultured -

Dr. Manville devised a method'of in their dealings with their MORE PLEASUREPER
applying the cod liver oil to the lining friends and families but who do not

I surface of the last two or three know Christ can become like veritable PUFF-MORE

feet of the large intestine (colon). demons against any one in SfKES
The apparatus is composed of an that circle who hears the call of PUFFS PER PACK IJfIlA

May Warn of Disordered I ordinary paint gun as used in apply- Christ and follows Him.

4 '. Kidney Action ing paint by the spray method. The No human tie, no matter how intimate PAcK.
Modem life with Us hurry and worry only difference is that the nozzleis or precious, is to be permitted o PER
Irregular habits improper eating and that the to stand between the individualand
drinking-its risk of exposure and infec especially designed so tip
tion-throws heavy strain on the workof will barely protrude beyond the end his devotion to Christ. If it

over-taxed the kidneys.and They fail to are filter apt excess to become acid of the sigmoidoscope-the instru- does, Christ is evidently no longer

I and other impurities from the life-giving ment which dilates or widens the first. He is no longer Lord of all in fi yl.

I blood.You may Buffer nagging backache, last few inches of the bowel for the life, and if He is not Lord of

I: ,, headache, dizziness, getting up nights, examination purposes. The air pressure all, He is not Lord at all.

1 ,I" leg tired,pains nervous, sUing-fcel, all worn out. Other constantly signs is adjusted by the use of an While it seems almost paradoxicalto
of kidney or bladder disorder are some- air reduction so thatit it teaches
!l I times burning, scanty or too frequent I pressure gauge say Scripture and experience .
urination. I is barely sufficient to deliver a demonstrates that if you
Try Doan's Pill Doan't help the spray at the top of the nozzle. After keep your life for yourself and your

kidneys waste. They to pass have oil had harmful more excess than halt body a preparing the patient with a cleans- own interests, it will die in your

I century of public approval. Are recommended ing enema, the sigmoidoscope is inserted very hands and :you will lose it.
grateful users everywhere.
7" Aek your by neighbor! full length, the nozzle of the If you give your life in glad aban- Penny for Penny

spray gun placed in position, and don to God, on the other hand, you Your BestCigarette t y4F p!f5r u
the pressure released. The entire will receive it back from Him transformed -

fl apparatus is slowly withdrawn, thus enriched, and glorified by Buy

./ leaving a thin coat of cod liver oil. His grace and blessing.
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rAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTOX. NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1939
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'

r CO.ADIUMTY CHURCH You see, he was the main character I good-bye for me; .will you?" I\to get so tall and skinny? That's
News
The Clewiston Kent Pendleton, Minister. and was the first one there, too. I "Good-bye Winkie, but how are the unjust part-when a fellow I1IIII"
He had met each and every one of you going to get out without some- starts to grow up, and don't have 1

nqp every I Bible School meets at 9:45 a. m. the others as they came. Now who one seeing you?" 1 a baby face, he loses out."
CLEWISTONeNEWS.. would listen to his jokes and songs?
Florld, by the .
B. C. Flaniken is Superintendent. "I never thought of that, that'sanother
Inc. And the worst thing of all, they
Morning worship at 11 a. m. horse of a different color."
would not see what was coming to- "-
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor Sermon theme "Religious Consist- morrow. There just didn't seem' to "Well that's your problem. So knoW in
ency". J. E. Beardsley is directorof be any justice about things like long. I'll see you around town." po you
this. It made him feel awfully sorry "Good-bye boss."
matter the choir.
Entered as second class mall
February I, 1927 at tho Post Office In for himself but nothing could be Winkle sat near the window
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act or C. Ei Society Mondays at 7:30 done. No, not one thing. Why does again and once more tried to I II to
March 3. 1881.SoltllulptloD. Dick Patterson president and Lee \ be
nature turn on you just when you solve a problem. As he looked aloweLz4&tj1buitd
Pridgen leader of the program. need help the most? I suppose you out he saw someone entering the or I Irefinanc.c

Rate $2.00 Per Year. Miss Lena Smith, field representative don't know. Well maybe, it is nature door. Must be that new fellow

Advertising Jlatfm On Application. for Religious Education Synod ,' but it sure is going hard. who is ,taking my place, he thought. a

I Winkie, as all his friends called Sure it is, look at that face, looks
of Florida the
was guest speaker ; -
the'Vdvancement and welfare -. him, tried to take his :leaving likea like the canary that swallowed the with
I
Devoted to at the Christian Endeavor meeting
of Clewiaton and Hendry County. man; but's he often said "day cat. Oh, I get it he's meeting all home
Monday night at the Community may come and day may go, but the others. Now is my chance.

I Church. Her theme was "Building tears come when you don't need Winkle slipped out the back way, CJrr/L plan
Join the Red Cross. An Unshakable Faith in the Heartsof them" Just one of his would be and decided to walk home.Winkie .

I American Youth." An unusually jokes, bill strange as it may seemit just let his feet lead the

Auto tags go on sale today. Bro- ,I large number of the Endeavor mem- didn't even appeal to him now. way and after an hour or more FULL DETAILS GIVEN...

ther, can you spare ten dollars? bers heard her and the message was Was that why Mack didn't laugh arrived home. As he walked in, WITH NO
OBLIGATION
I enthusiastically received. when he said it the last time? No, his mother, who had' been worried,

Whichever day you celebrated we I it couldn't be. Mack was just grieving came to meet him.

feel sure that you found plenty to FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH over that girl. Oh if only Winkic's "Where have you been, Winkle? r Buying a home
troubles What's the matter? Why the, long
were as small that
as
be thankful for this year. I of own is
face? your
I
The Friendly Churcn girl. Winkie seated himself near
At least some hunters provided Rev. H. G. McLeroy, Pastor the window and decided to cry and "Oh it's all off, Mom." the finest type
Sunday school 9:45 each Sunday. get it over with. As he sat there he I "Don't worry about that job, ofthIiftClewiston
wild turkey for the Thanksgivingdinner. Classes for all, B. E. Herring, Supt. began to think how funny that last there'll be others//' ,

I I Morning worship 11 a. m. Message scene was and how he would miss I "It's not that, Mom; you know Federal
by pastor. being there to help put it over. So ;I was' going to wear my first pairof

It's too bad that the Florida Ga- I Monthly Deacon's meeting Sun- then he could laugh nor cry. He long pants tomorrow, and now Savings and Loan
tors have to wait until the last day, 3:30 at' the church. just 'sat and tried to think. I guess no one will\ see them. Oh, I wish "

two or three games of the seasonto ,Baptist Training Union 6:15. the show business is just about the .I had never been a child star as AssociationLimited
get started. I Unions for everyone. Arch Hodges, hardest to get into and easiest to they call it. Mom, why did I have
director. get out of-that is when you don't I

Russia is having a difficult time Pastor's Evening message.preaching begins 7:30. that want? to Oh,get someone out of at it. the What door.was I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.':..:..:..;....:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
explaining her attack on little Fin-.
Sunbeams meet at church Monday' Drying his eyes with two sweepsof ?
land to the rest of the world. The 3:30. Mrs. Herman Davis counselor. his handkerchief, Winkie answered .

Hitler-Stalin union becomes more Junior G. A.'s meet Monday 3:30. the door. .A Number
:_.
reasonable every day for both seem Mrs. Arch Hodges, counselor. "Oh, hello boss." -

to be cast from the same mold. Intermediate G. A.'s.with. Mrs. "Hello Winkie, well?" '"-
.
McLeroy Monday 3:30.
.
"Well what?
;
IF all quota restrictions are re I ,Cottage prayer, meeting Tuesday : '
moved'by Congress as seems quite //9 a. m. at the home of Mrs Dixon. "Well" 1 guess the time has come _: .. OF CHOICE LOTS
Winkie.
likely from reports this week the Teachers meeting and prayer y
.
Everglades will show the rest of, meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. at "I guess it has. 1
the nation something in expansionnext I the church. "I'm really awful sorry Winkie. :: And Financing For Construction of :!:

year. Friday the W. M.: S. will observethe But you know as well as I do its X
X
day of prayer and will also par- 'Nature'sfault'.
The football season ended ,Thurs- ticipate in "Lottie Moon Christmas "That's right boss. Nature wasn't :: YOUR HOME are available. :.:

day. Lack of reserve material cost offering" for Foreign missions. Sec- satisfied with giving me a dirty ::: I :::

the Tigers several 'games but they sion at 10 a. m. and those present look, but now it's something else. I I II ..
You know that surprise I had for 'I :
gave a good account of themselvesin will lunch together at the church. 't'
every contest. Regrettable that This is the day Baptist women everyone tomorrow? Well it's all

the final game should leave severalof around the world unite in prayer washed up! You couldn't manageto
them with injuries. for missionary work around the give me one more day's work J. E. BeardsleyReal 1
"
world. From the proceeds of this could you, boss? :

F. A. FLANDERS IS GUEST offering 125 missionary salaries are "I'm afraid not "Winkie, your Y
SPEAKER AT GARDEN MEETF. cared for. place has already been taken." :: Estate' ::
"Couldn't I even leave my clothesor fi

A. Flanders of Moore Haven ._ _. ._ __d .._. -. something" and come back tomorrow : ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER i
was the gues speaker at the Gar- .r __ T-- _ _," ..'>t ?
den Club meeting at the Inn Thurs; "No the otherfellow,, .wants to :i HOPKINS. RLDG. PHONE 66 ::?

day afternoon. Mr. Flanders topic SCHOOL NEWSEditor move in today." X )
"Well, good-bye boss, and do tv. .
was Bird Life in Florida, and he ,
spoke very interestingly, describingin me one favor. Tell all the others :;:,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;;.:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,;.:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.

particular the various aquatic __nmm_. Dick Patterson I .
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birds which are native ,to this sec- Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges. ;NN NH1.NNNNNNNNN..MNNN .:NNNN:N: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :":..:..:..:.:..: :..:-:..:-:..:..:..:NNHI.:NNNH: :NN : :..: : :... .")
I : .. .:.. ..;..... ; ; .. ..::.._......::::.......:...... N N:......: :..:: :. .
tion.Mrs. Sports Editor ........ Dick Tarleton ....:N.". ./. .:.H.N.N.:. :.M..N. VVVVVVVVVVVVV- **I VWWVW*:*V*:**: :: : : : : ': : : : : : : : :N:N: ; : : ;N ; : : N; : ,

G. B. Rackstraw read an : Assistant Sports Editor Xf
yy
article, "A Plea", which was I Louise Leiter Y

priate to the topic of bird appro-j Society _...__........ Mario Robbins 8
I ::::
Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby ; i
::
Announcement was, made of the :: i
purchase of prizes for the Christmas Humor .........-._.:.. Ed Von Mach ENJOY AN
........ I
'contest for best decorated living Advisor .n..m.... Mr. Lado I .

tree, set-up tree, and the best deco- ._" ,_'._ L. u t (' **'!'
rated doorway. The Club decided to .' .-. ;" Y. i t1. ALL ELECTRIC jA jt

lend two books on nature study, IXTUi\- IUnAIJ SPORTS :: ; \"" .';': 2:,,: :;::: tI
which are property of the Club, to I I :: : ,'
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the school library. I I I :: ; .
Team one won the senior high ,. ,. HOME ':"t'I
I '
.r .
The following were announced as intra-mural touch football cham- I < ... ''t"t'I.
new members: Mrs. H. G. McLeroy, I. > ;'. ':"t'
pionship Wednesday without play- .. ., t Y,
Mrs. E., L. Hayes, Mrs. H. T. ing. Until Wednesday one and three 'I., ''-... .'t"..:-
Vaughn, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. :: : AV ff
tied and
were team two's victory .
W. H. Lanier, Mrs. J. F. Morrison, ., ': ;:'
decided the championship.The 't"

Prewitt Mrs. P., Mrs.C. Tarleton C. L. McLendon, Mrs. M., Mrs.M. any scoring first quarter at all. passed In the without second iI:::i: @ Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :'t";::: l

J.Mrs.E. P.Beardsley M. McIntyre, Mrs. ,W.Mrs.L. C.Lott J., period, team 3 reached team 2's :::!: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :i:::

Neilson, Mrs. J. P. Higgins, Mrs. E. 15 throw yard a long line pass Sam but Lang when faded he was to !::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :::::

E. Kelly, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. rushed he tried throwing a short and economically.One :Yy.Y i::!:
W. P. Vaughn, Sr., and Mrs. Jose- one to Waters and Stone intercepted ::::
phine Knight. Others I
present were and ran 65 yards for the score: '
Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. K. Bowden, I The point failed when Stone couldn't : : penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :YyAS:::
Mrs. Deane Duff I
Mrs. J.
W. Ezelle,
Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs.'H., R. Knight cross The the second goal at score left came end. in the ::*: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ::::

Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. W.. C. Owen I;!:::
is
::
last of day-and-ELECTRICITY
Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs. G" B. quarter when Stone interceptedWater's x:!:* your radio for most a

Rackstraw, Mrs. F. M. .Rodriguez, in the end pass zone, intended and ran for 80 Shultz yards, :::!: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it' that you use. y Y.yA.:

Mrs. G. L. Royal, Mrs.: H. J. B. ,, I.
for a touchdown. Stone's pass to 1;. _:;:

W.Scharnberg F. Simpson, Mrs., and A. O.the Ward four, Mrs.hos- J. B. Brantley for the point was :: : @ That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :::::
incomplete and the' game ended with ::
tesses, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. A. R. the score 12-0 in favor of team 2. :!::: that is all electric and modern. ::2:yyy :
Broadfoot. Mrs. W. W. Perry and
The lineup for team 2: Gus Can- fX
Mrs. B. E. Herring.Dynamite .
trell, le; Charles Turner, c; John' yx x
Bethea, re; Ed Von Mach, In; J. ::: : r -, :::''i''
Overboard; B. Brantley, rh; Money Stone: qb. ... : '
For team 3: Bert Shultz, le; Bill :i::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV I:::i:

Levee Work StoppedWork I Davis, c; Sam Lang, re; Hervey

Bourne, In; Junior Waters, rh; I

I Harold Ehney, qb.Nature's. I::::
EXTRAVAGANTLY. ;
on the East Shore Levee I r / :::;: ANT-USE IT
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near Canal Point has been tempo- ',| : Fault .;. ; t ; it's"s'
rarily suspended by the United :
His days of work were over. \.
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States Engineers while ;
a search is
Tears came to his eyes as he slowly :::::'
being made for 23 cases of dyna- : ', '
gathered together his > .'
belongings.He : YYAA
mite which were lost overboard dreaded to step out of his dress- :!::! .:.Y,; i.' .' .
from a barge the first of the week ing room, because after all it isn't :!:::: \ -,' AIV ; I,'.. ::::

during a 44-mile wind squall. any easy matter to say good-bye to ';' .' .s.Y':'
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While it is believed his old
generally friends. Every member of
that the explosives will lose their the cast and all the others hated to .=N '
intensity after a soaking in the lake see him leave. But oh how he hatedto j Glades Power and light Co. s f ,

waters for twenty-four hours the I leave! Soon all the friends he

engineers are taking no chances i had known for so long were to be I
and have hired a diver to walk the.. left behind and forgotten.In .
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lake botttom until the dynamite is the past, when everyone was I ..i.,..:.. > ,
found. It is said that the search enjoying the work, and gettogethers ,- .A YY iP ..

will live have miles) > to'Jong.be made over. J.,an. 1 area' time, he when had he never'would thought have to of leaye.the ';:::::":."i"ot----1'.,..w-W"X.:-:.:.-:..rirrr*._..... ; ; t.; ; ; .: .: ;. r: :. :. :, : r: : ;r : ; : : : : : ; : : : : : : : : ....".,:."..:."..:.'?..:."..:.-i".....:.".::.".::.".::".;:..::..rrr:..:.".:.".;:"-:rrY."..:.:. J.f(









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FRIDAY DECEMBER i, 1932 11m CLEWISTOJf ''NEWS PAGE FIVE:
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Mrs. W. D. King, Miss Catherine BAPTIST LADIES EXPRESS i i Broaderick, Mrs.! V. C. Woodward, J "'EVANGELIST COMING TO

ft I Comisky, Miss Eleanor: Flynn and THANKS FOR SUCCESSFUL SALE Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mrs. W. T. SOUTH CI \HSTOX CHURCH
Father L. J. Flynn motored to Whceless, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. M.

rPersonals[ ] Tampa Monday. Mrs. King remained The Baptist Womans Missionary A. Thomas, Mrs. H. E. Walker. Rev. G. T. Dell, of Columbia, S.

I for a few days' visit. Society wishes to express its sin- Others attending were Mrs. E. C., will arrive In Clewiston Sunday

cere thanks to all who helped to M. Cornette, Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs.A. evening to conduct a three weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Waldron, make the bakery sale the splendid D. Dixon, Mrs. Arch Hodges, evangelistic series at the Pente-

I, Mr. and Mrs. Dave G. Alston Mrs. Urey Waldron, Mrs. A. W. Sias success that it was. The pre-Thanks- Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. C. R. Kruger costal Church in South Clewiston.

II spent Thanksgiving in Miami.C. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence were giving sale will be an annual eventof Mrs. H. G. McLeroy, Mrs. Alex Mc- Services will be held every nightat
. visitors inVest Palm Beach Thurs-
the Society, and the support of Gowan, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. W. 7:30 during the meeting.
= day. the public Is deeply appreciated.SwayneMaloy J. Robison, Mrs. C. W. Simmons!' 1
R. Cruze of Miami was a vis
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itor In Clewiston Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Cato and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mrs. W. H.
baby Frances, of Miami, are spend- Warren Mrs Jimmy Wilson, Mrs.! FOR MODERN PLUMBING
ing Thanksgiving here with Mr. Sam Young, Mrs. Ray Owen, Mrs.A. See1V. .',
and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson were and, Mrs. C. W. Simmons and Mr. Carlson, Mrs.! A. W. Dodge, and IS. McCOLLUM .
Thanksgiving visitors 1n Miami.Mr. Stewart Kennen Swayner. and Miss
Miss Helen Carlson.
and Mrs. W. H. Warren. Plumbing and Heating
I ? Mollie Wese Maloy were marriedIn
and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn mo- : Mrs. A. B. Hunt. and Mrs. J. D. Pahokee at seven o'clock Friday SPECIAL CHRISTMAS: SERVICESAT CIcMrlnton cbultIUtrtmentll, Florida
tored to Canal Point yesterday. i who November 24th Rev.
Balgrie of LaBelle, spent evening, by CATHOLIC CHURCH
,- Thanksgiving here, with Mr and Fred; L. Martin, pastor of the First
Ernest Hall is spending the Mrs. B. E. Herring, returned to Methodist Church.
Rev Father Lawrence J. Flynn, MECHANICAL! STRUCTURAL,
ek-erid' his home in LaBelle.
w their home Saturday. Mrs. Swayne's. attendants were pastor of Saint Margaret's Catholic::: ARCHITECTURAL, DESIGNS
her sister, Miss Jessie Maloy and Church, wishes to extend to the
Howard Walker is spending today I Mr. and Mrs. J. :C. Berard, Sr. JOHN H. DOTY
Miss Bette Mildred Everett. Thegroom's people of Clewiston a cordial invi-
in Miami on business.B. and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barard, Jr., Engineering Consultant
: I attendants were J. A. tation to attend the special servicesat
have returned to :their home in
Wayne and Hayward Baxter of' midnight Christmas.A : Estimates
Maps -
G. Benson spent Thanksgivingin Beaumont, Texas, ,after a two
Daytona; Beach. week's visit with Mr.' and Mrs. H. Pahokee and R. J. Brown of Clew- replica of the Stable of Beth- Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fin."
T. Vaughn. Iston. lehem is being erected in the

Mrs. R. V. Wadlow of Moore The bride is the daughter of church for the occasion, of the
f Haven was a visitor in Clewiston Mr and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Maloy of Paho Birthday of the Infant Saviour, and
. Tuesday. and Mr. and .!\rs.- Stafford Beach kee. She graduated from the Paho- there will be a procession from the GlasHOM clentlflfally Broken Lenses

I I I and sons, Sandy and Teddy, of kee High School In the ,class of, rectory to the church before Mid- Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
Miss Roberta George and Mrs. R. Palm Beach were Thanksgiving 1934 and has been employed as assistant night Mass begins. DR. F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist '
motored to LaBelle guests of Mr .and Mrs. F. Deane in Dr. Blicher's dental office
M. Hare, Jr., The church choir is practicing
Wednesday. Duff. in Pahokee. The groom is the son every week, and a beautiful pro- IMioiio UJ .1 Collier Arcade
of Mrs. H. Baker of Canal Point. gram ,of Christmas music is being Fort lifers; Florida
and Mildred
Misses Marcia Avant, Lois Prince, Misses Betty Spicer He has resided in Clewiston for the offered. Successor to K. H. OakleyJohnson's
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Durst and Ed Ward, 'Sandy Bell I
few and is
past years employed by
Virginia Law-
Virginia Jordan and and Ed Clark attended the home- Father Flynn has chosen as his
hon spent Thursday in Miami. coming game between Florida and I the sugar corporation. sermon topic-"Christmas! A Pa-
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Mr. and Mrs. 'Swayne are resid-
Georgia Tech in Gainesville Satur- gan Holiday or a Christian Festival -
.Mj). and Mrs; B. J. Schroeder and ing in the house on Sagamore avenue ?" Fish CampNear
day. : .
son, Joe spent yesterday in Stuart I recently vacated by Mr. and

!IJ with relatives. Miss. Lena Smith state field Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn. CLOUDS OVER EUROPE ( Hurricane Gate)

representative for Christian Endeavor DISCUSSED BY G.'S Clewiston, Fla.
Miss! Margaret Morgan of Moore! of the Presbyterian synod of COURT OF HONOR Boats and 1\IotAl"s-Guide Service

Haven was a visitor here Wednes- Florida, was a business visitor here The Junior Girls' Auxiliary met' Rates ReasonableW.
day. Monday and Tuesday. .Miss Smithis J. A. Gaskin of Bradenton, Scout Mrs. i
at the home of their counselor, H. Johnson, Mgr.
from Winter Haven.. Executive of the Sunniland Councilwas Arch Hodges Monday afternoon. A I

Robert Lado is spending the here Tuesday night to conducta program was given and Clouds over
Thanksgiving holiday at his homein 'I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsleyand court of honor at the scout house. Europe was the topic discussed. w

Tampa. sons Dan and .Bruce and Mr. Billy Broadfoot received merit
Attending were Doris Simmons, J.M.COUSECounselor
and Mrs. R. M. Bishop attended the badges in safety firemanship and
Wilma Jean Tingle, Betty Stough,
Miss Alma Crews of Fort Myersis homecoming festivities at the Uni- woodworking as the only advance- mid Attorney at Law
Norma Bussell, Mamie Trice Marilyn -
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. versity of Florida last week-end. ments of the meeting.The Hopkins Building
Davis and Joan Walker. Wanda
Mills. While in Gainesville, they were the Boy Scouts of Clewiston have Wednesday and Saturdajs
Jean Shelfer is a new member and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Shealy. begun collecting old and broken 4:00
Ouida Johnson a visitor. 0:80 to
Miss Ruth Fisher of Miami is toys which will be repainted and

the .week-end guest of Miss Betty MRS. RODRIGUEZ ENTERTAINSWITH repaired for presentation to needy
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Spicer. BRIDGE PARTY TUESDAYMrs. children Christmas at the commun-
ity tree and through personal dis

Miss Saundel Watson of Pompano F. M. Rodriguez entertained tribution. Anyone who has some BOWLINGIs

spent the Thanksgiving weekendin with, a bridge party at her homeon toys to donate should contact the
Clewiston visiting friends. Sagamore street Tuesday after- scouts at once.

noon. The living and dining rooms
r Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cox and were decorated with quantities of PLAYLET PRESENTED an amusement, recreation' and a health builder..

:' son, Bobby, have moved to Miami Red Radiance roses, gerbera, chrysanthemums PARENT-TEACHERS MEETING "'** Every muscle is exercised in a year around game.BOWL .
; to reside. and gladioli.
r IN CLEWISTON AT
;I I The PTA members enjoyed a
A bath mat was won by Mrs. P. '
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and 'I C. Tarleton, who held high score, playlet Grandmother's Thanksgiving (>' A and B Alleys ,:,
I ((,- H. C. Kolstad were visitors Monday)'! a pair of guest towels by Mrs. H. presented by the fifth grade ;,,:
j in Miami. pupils under the direction of their
T. Vaughn for second high; a
bridge set as cut prize by Mrs. D. teacher, Mrs. Margaret Arey, at the Hours 2:00 p. m. till -

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stokes of E. Royer and a fruit cake by Mrs.J. meeting Tuesday afternoon in the
Canal Point were visitors here Sun- H. Pressley for consolation. school auditorium. Mrs. M. M. Prew-

day. Sandwiches, cake, mints and coffee itt read a splendid article, The
were served by the hostess to School Looks at the -'Parent, from
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart have i Hygeia Magazine. ___
Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. R. I -" \1.n :" ; tnJ
moved Into their house on Del :'I Y. Patterson, Mrs. P. C. Tarleton, During the business session, Mrs i, :
Monte Avenue. Mrs. H. R. Vaughn, Mrs. C. T. J. H. Doty; president announcedthat I I

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson' spent Hurst P. Vaughn, Mrs., jr.Bessie, Mrs.Elliott J. H., Pressley Mrs. W., presented the Clewiston an award of PTA merit had at, been the 'I :j i: Gifts For Her j jjj

here with Mr. and convention
Thanksgiving Mrs. Fred Henriksen,, Mrs. E. C. regional held recentlyin '
Mrs. C. Nelson and family. Mills, Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. D. Tampa. The award was for hav- '. .

II E. Royer and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn. ing an increase of 15 per cent in jj! Gifts For Him j
Miss Ava Ezelle of Boca Grande membership.

t is spending the Thanksgiving week- STORK SHOWER HONORINGMRS. Reports of various committeeswere :;:

: end here with her brother, Dr. J. TRACY STONE GIVEN given. The finance committee .*, .:
For Them: _
W. Ezelle and family. reported that $87.00 had been ", ? :,\} ,. Gifts ::
Mrs. Viola Stone and: Mrs.' Foy cleared on the Hallowe'en carnival. '.' ,,:.
Mrs. W. C. Nail of Moore Havenwas Durrence gave a stork shower at Home room mothers appointed by

a visitor here Friday afternoon. their home in South Clewiston Fri- the president were as follows:, 1st. y ..
y ,
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Miss Beth Nail returned with her day afternoon for Mrs.' Tracy Stone. Mrs. B. C. Flaniken. 2nd. Mrs. y

after a visit in Moore'' Haven. Appropriate games furnished en- Clarence Benbow. 3rd. Mrs. Floyd :!: IN OUR UNUSUAL ASSORTMENT :_:
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tertainment and Mrs. Urey Waldronand Hanna. 4th. Mrs. H. C. Kolstad.
Mrs. Kent Pendleton left Sundayfor Mrs. Jim Hendry won prizes.A 5th. Mrs. J. J. Graham. 6th. Mrs. :: OF CHRISTMAS GOODS YOU CAN ::::

Jacksonville to visit one of color scheme of pink and blue H. J. Oglesby. 7th and 8th. Mrs. G. A GIFT ::
FINDING
:;: BE CERTAIN OF
her daughters,. who Is ill at her was carried out in the party acces- R. Hatch. 9th and 10th to be supplied ,

home there. sories and the gifts were presentedto 11 tho Mrs. M. E. Von Mach... :_;:. TO PLEASE ANYONE. ::
Mrs. Stone in a decorated bassi- 12th. Mrs.! E., M., Cornette.A Xt

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and net. ,: -, dollar award was made the
children, Harriet and Carol Joy Pineapple upside down cake with twelfth grade for the largest per-

were guests of relatives in Fort whipped cream and coffee were. centage of parents present at the :: Buy Now On Our Lay-Away Plan ::
Myers Thanksgiving. I served by the hostesses to Mrs. October meeting.

I i Harry Phillips, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, :
,\ Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton, i Mrs. George Crow, Mrs. Jim Hen- PROGRAM MEETING OF \\'. M. S.
I Adolph Driggers and Connie Clark dry, Mrs. Urey Waldron, Mrs. L. L. IS HELD TUESDAY AFTERNOON

\ attended the football game in Boca I Lowe, Mrs. Brannon, Mrs." James i!!; PARKINSON'S INC. I

Grande yesterday. Lolly, Mrs. L. D. Geiger,' Mrs. Cur- The program meeting of the W.,
'I l tis Golden, Mrs. Ernest Smith, Mrs. M.! S. was held Tuesday afternoonat

Mrs. H. A. Land, Gene and Shari G. H. Paul, Mrs. Otis Ricks, Mrs.L. the church. Mrs.! ,A. R. Broadfoot :: THE COMPLETE STORE ::
Land, Mrs. H. C. Avant and Mrs.D. I I M. Jennings, Mrs. f Willa Mae gave the devotional readings. The Y

B. Allen are spending today in Smith, Mrs. J. D. Poole, Mrs. Em- program, "What Southern Baptistsare I .'i'. nix GOODS IIAHDWAHE GROCERIES '':''
West Palm Beach on business.Mr. rich, Mrs. B. E. Nall/ Sr.. Mrs. doing in Europe to Carry Out I : :
::
I I Emma Ezelle, Mrs. Slonaker and the Great Commission" was given 1 ::: :
'I and Mrs. W H. Lanier, Mrs. Miss Mae Lily Stone. I by Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. W. R. I ':.: -..:::: : :#: ':,.. _:- .3it. :jf ;.;, : '.- -- .-.:

Flora Deans Misses Lee Pridgen I
and Maxine Doty spent Thanksgiving -
j In Miami.

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j Mr, and Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mr.!
'I and Mrs. George Crow and Mr. and ic/t 'MON
Mrs. C. H. Berner enjoyed Thanks- u EY

giving dinner in Fort Myers.


Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and
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son, Jimmy, have moved into the FOR REMODELING AND MODERNIZING
\ home on Arcade avenue, which they
j'!' :,.. recently purchased from the E. 0 There'are. no delays when you use the you how easily you can have them. O With

'. \ L. Stewarts. I I ABC Monthly Payment Plan for home re- "this plan you pay out of income on easy i,

pairs and improvements. Y Tell us about terms. Come in and see us about this simple,
Miss Alma McCollum of Miami '
was the recent guest of her sister I your home repair needs and we'll show convenient way to purchase home repairs.

Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff. Mrs. McCollum

Ml! left Saturday for a visit with her I Phone 88 ROYAL LUMBER COMPANY Clewiston Fla,

mother in Okeechobee before. returning .

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I The DIM LANTERN': Irs POPCORN TIME



Every year new and deliciouspop
corn recipes appear, to make
.. new friends for this old favorite.
Here is,a treat for family and
TEMPLE BAILEY ; : ; your .
By .. >: friends:

Caramel: Corn
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0 PENN PUBLISHING COMPANY-WNU SERVICE ; :: a. 1 white sugar !li water
cup
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Jr. Va cup white cor/i 2 tablespoons butter
i> syrup t't tablespoon vinegar
I 3 tablespoons 2 quarts pop corn x
orghum t
CHAPTER XI Continued tions would add to this glorious com- pressed. During this week-end her of despair. There ;was no way out
-21- pany. Would the Anglo-Saxon give engagement would be announced.And of it. She was bound to Frederick Combine all ingredients fexcept
Jane had been afraid that Fred- way to the Semite? Would the Huguenot when Judy came they would be Towneby the favors. she had accepted the corn. Cook until syrup becomes
erick would say something about an yield to the Slav? And would married in the Sherwood church. from him.. And that. settledit. brittle when tested in cold water.
immediate marriage, and now he these newcomers hold high the ban- And that would be the end of it! Pour over popped'corn, stirring the
was,saying it. ner of national idealism? What Her lover had planned the honey- She went on feverishly with the corn while pouring. Turn on to but-
"Oh" she told him, earnestly, would they give? And what would moon with enthusiasm, "Dieppe, packing of her shabby suitcase. She tered platter.Children.
"you promised I might wait until they take away? Jane, Avignon-the North Sea. Such rather glorified in its shabbiness. At''
Judy could come on. In June.." There were groups of sightseers sunsets." least it is mine own, was her attitude -
gathered about the great room-a Jane felt that she didn't care in of mind. Will Love
it will be
"I know. But very
whole life- guide placing them here and thereon the least for sunsets or trips abroad. As she leaned over it, the great
hot, and you'll have a the marble blocks. The trick She was almost frightened at her ring that Frederick ,had given her These Cuddle
time in which to Judy.
see was to put someone behind a mottled indifference to the wonders of a swung back and forth on its rib-
"But not at my wedding. She's my pillar far away, and let him speak. world of which Frederick talked bon. She tucked it into the neck of
only sister." Owing to some strange acoustical continually. Oh, what were ,moun- her frock but it would not stay. At
"I see," but his voice showed his quality the sound would be telephoned tains and sea at a time like this? last she took it off and was aware ofa
annoyance; "but it seems as if your to the person who stood on Her 'heart should beat high-the sense of, freedom as if she had ?
family have demanded enough of the whispering stone. dawns should be rosy, the nights shed her shackles. It winked and s3r
you. Can't you think a bit about Years ago Jane had listened whilea full of stars. But they were not. blinked at her on the dresser, so :
yourself-and me?" voice had come echoing across Her heart was like a stone in her she shut it in a drawer and was still 6
She pressed her point. "Judy is the hollow spaces of the great Hall, breast. The mornings broke gray aware of it shining in the darkness,
like my mother. I can't be mar- "My country-right or wrong-my and blank. The nights were dark. balefully!
ried without her and the babies." country-" Her dreams were troubled.She Briggs was not to come. for her

"If the babies come, you'll be Another ghost! The ghost of a boy, knew now what had happenedto until four in the afternoon. Shn decided Toys't
looking after them until the last patriotic, passionately devoted to her. She had let herself be blind- to go over to Castle Manor
moment, and it will be a great strainon the great old gods. "Of course they ed by a light which she had thoughtwas and talk to Mrs. Follette. She would
you, sweetheart." were only men, Jane. Human. the sun. And it was not even take some strawberries as on ex- ,
"Oh, it won't be. I adore babies." the moon! It was a big round arti- cuse.. The strawberries in the Castle -
His quick jealousy flared. "I ficial brilliance which warmed no Manor garden were never ,*s
don't," he said, with a touch of \ \ one! perfect as those which .tf IJ tad
sulkiness "I'm not fond of chil- Life with Frederick Towne wouldbe planted. Evans said it was because :' :
dren." just going up and down great Jane coaxed things into rosfcess : ,
She ate in silence. And presentlyhe stairs, eating under the eye of a and roundness. But Jano had
said repentantly, "You must stately butler, riding on puffy cush- worked hard over the beds, and '
think me a great boor, Jane. But ions behind a stately chauffeur, sit- she had her reward. ,, 1V (
you don't know how much I want ting beside a man who was ever- Carrying a basket, therefore, 'of G
you." lastingly and punctiliously polite.Oh red and luscious fruit, Jane went
He was like a repentant boy. She half the fun in the world was through the pine grove along the
made herself smile at him. "I think in the tussle with hard things. She path that led to the t sjifc Mnr>r.
you are very patient, Mr. Towne." t knew that now. Life in the little Under. the trees was a' green light a
"I am not patient. I am most house had been at times desperately which she breasted as one breaststhe
impatient. And when are you go- difficult. But it had been like cool waters of the sea., Hfir
ing to stop calling me Mr. Towne?" facing a stiff breeze, and comingout breath came quickly. In a few};:rt '
weeks she would be far from .. .%
the
husband." of it thrilled with battle way
"When I call e.
can you
this sweet and silent with its .
against the elements.Yet spat, << >
"But I don't want to wait until
sacred memories. Rio Cq
how could she tell these thingsto
then, dearest. wJ Frederick? He was complacent, Leaving the grove, I>he *; aLM 6the
"But 'Frederick' is so long, and comfortable. She was' young and field where the scarecrow reigned.
'Fred' is so short, and" 'Ricky'sounds he liked that. He never dreamed She leaned on the fence. }1 iih
like a highball. She had the coming of spring the scare
that he might seem to her somewhat Y'1.
thrown off her depression and was staid and stodgy. For a moment, crow had been decked: in gafr al' re.

sparkling. I in Chicago, he had been lighted by He wore a pink shirt of Evans' anda ,>
"Nobody calls me 'Ricky' but Ad- almost youthful fires. But in these pair of white trousers. His hat
elaide. I always hated it." days of daily meetings, she had be- was of straw, and as he danced in y )
."Did you?" She was demure. "I come aware of his fixed habits, his the warm south breeze he' had an
might say 'my love,' like the ladiesin fixed opinions, the fixed programs air of care-free jauntiness.Jane .
the old-fashioned novels." which must be carried out at any 'found herself resenting his Pattern 2291.

He laughed delightedly. "Say it." cost. jaunty air. She felt that she had Cats and pups are the best of
She acquiesced unexpectedly. "My She had found, indeed, that she liked him better in his days of appealing friends in this collection of cuddle
love, we are invited to a week-end had little voice in any plans that loneliness. She had resented toys, each made of just two pieces
with the Delafield Simms, at their Frederick made for her. When he in like manner, the change in from scraps of material. Pattern
new country' place, Grass Hills." consulted her on matters of redec- Evans. He, too, had an air of mak-
That was the kind of thing to 2291 contains a pattern of 4 toys;
"Are we?" Then in a sudden ardent live for.Faulty. orating the big house, he brought to ing a world for himself. She had directions for making; materials
rush of words, "Jane, I'd kiss the subject a wealth of technical no part in it, apparently. She was, required.

you if the world wasn't looking on." But they blazed a path of knowledge that appalled her. Jane in effect, the Peri at the gate! Send 15 cents in coins for this
"The reporters would be ecstatic. freedom for those who followed knew what she liked, but she did And she wanted to be in his world. Circle
The
to Sewing
Headlines." not know why she liked it. But Evans' world. She didn't want to pattern
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Needlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Ave.,
"I am tired of headlines. And When Frederick came, he found Frederick knew. He had the lore of be left out. Yet she had chosen.
what do you mean about going to her standing before the prim statueof period furniture at his fingers' ends. And Evans had accepted her de New York, N. Y.
Delafield Simms?" Frances Willard. Rugs and tapestries-paintings and cision. She had not thought it wouldbe h

"They are asking a lot of his "Tired, sweetheart?" porcelains! He had drawings made so hard to have himaccept.His .
friends. It is his wife's introductionto "No." and water-color sketches, and interests seemed now to in- FEEL GOOii)
his old crowd. Much will depend "I stayed longer than I expected." brought them out to Jane. She had clude everything but Jane. He was
on whether you and Edith will "It didn't seem long. I have had i a feeling that when the house was doing many things for the boys of Here is Amazing Relief of
accept. And it was Edith who plenty of company." : finished it would be like some exquisitely Sherwood, there was his work in Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels

asked me to-make you come-" I He was puzzled. "What do you ordered mausoleum. There town, the added responsibility he Q 16f / !!ffJ act alike, 1111 laxatives
He leaned towards her across the mean?" would be no chintzes, no pussy-cats. had assumed in the affairs of the all vegotable laxative.
Dependable
table. "Ask me, prettily, and I'll "All these." Her hand indicated purring, no Philomel singing! farm. So mild relief thorough from sick refreshing headaches invigorating.bilious spells,
do it." the marble men and women. As for clothes! Frederick's mind "She's such an old darling, Jane. tired feeling when associated with constipation. \'\,
a 2Sc box of NR from your
"Really?" She laughed, blushed He laughed. "Great old freaks, dwelt much on the subject. Jane Doing it with her duchess air. But UUfinnlDic.fr I .., druggist.get Make the test-then
and did it. "Will you go-my love?" aren't they?" was told that she must have an ermine she's not strong. I'm trying to make If not delighted return the box to us. We will

"Could I 'no' to that?" He Freaks! wrap, and one of Persian her let things go a bit. But she'sso price.refund That'the purchase fair .
radiated satisfaction.say "Do know Gods! lamb. Most of her things would be proud of her success. I wish Get NR Tablets today. L:" .,+,
you I
how charming you are, Jane?" Well, of course, it all depended made in Paris-there was a man you could see her showing Edith
absolutely on the point of view. over there who did things in just Towne and her fashionable friend,
"Am I? But it is nice of you to go. about the dairy. With tea on the Time for All ThingsTo
"I like them all, she said, sturdily the right ,style for herpicturesque'but
1 know how you'll hate it. "even the ones in the hideous not sophisticated. Frederick was lawn afterward. You must come everything there is a'sea-
"Not if you are there. And now, frock coats." already having certain jewels set over and join in the fun, Jane." son, and a time to every purpose
who else are asked?" "Surely not, my dear." appropriately. Gray pearls and em- "I am coming," Jane had told under the sun.-Eccl. 3:1.mm .
"Oh, Mrs. Laramore and Eloise "Yes, I do. They may be bad eralds-he had even gone to him, "but my days have been so :
Harper and a lot of others. Lucy art, but they're good Americans." point of getting samples of silk tlie.. filled." I
says she'll be like a fish out of His laugh was indulgent. "After chiffon that she might see the He had known who had filled
water, but Delafield has made up his you've been abroad a few times smoke-gray and jade colorschemehe them. But he had ignored that, and :I
mind that his friends shan't think you won't be so provincial.! had in mind for her. had gone on with his subject. "The MORE DEPENOA8LENoaE
that he's ashamed of her." "If being provincial means lovingmy Samples! idea I have now is to keep bees V NONE

When their ices came and their own, I'll stay provincial." A man's mind shouldn't be on and sell honey. The boys and I have A j
coffee, Frederick said, "I've got to. "Travel broadens the mind, clothes. He should have other some books on bee culture." Theyare R
spend a half-hour in a committeeroom. changes the point of view." things to think of. quite crazy ,about it.
Shall I take you up to the I "But why should I love my country There was Evans, for example.He It was always now the boys and LARGEST SELLER n
Senate Gallery?" less? I know her faults. And 1 had described the other, night himself. His mother and himself.
"No-there's nothing interesting, know Baldy's. But I love him just the boys' club he was starting in And once it had been himself and Moderation

is there? I'll wait in Statuary, Hall." the same." Sherwood. "In the old pavilion, Jane!
Jane loved the marble figures that As they walked on, he fell into Jane. It will do as it is in summer, Leaning on the fence, Jane spoketo Moderation is the silken string
circled the Hall. Years ago there step with her. "We won't argue. and in winter we'll enclose it. And the scarecrow. ""I ought to be. running through" the pearl-chain, of
we are to have a baseball team, glad but 1 am not. all virtues.-Fuller.
had not been so many. They had You are probably right, and if not.
been, then, perhaps, more distinc- you're too pretty for me to. contra and play against the surroundingtowns. The scarecrow bowed and danced
tive. As a child, she had chosen as dict." You should see my little in the breeze. He had no heart, of; .
her favorites the picturesque Colo- His gallantry was faultless, but lads." course. He was made of two crossed 9A4 a
nials, the frontiersmen in leather she wanted more than gallantry. I She and Baldy had been much in- sticks .
tunics and coonskin caps. She had There had been the vivid give and terested. The three of them had Jane found Mrs. Follette on the
never liked the statesmen in stiff take of her arguments with Evans. put their heads together as they sat wide porch. She was snowy and
shirts and frock coats, although she They had had royal battles, youth on the porch of the little house, crisp in white linen. She wore a
had admitted their virtues. Even had crossed swords with youth. And with the moon whitening the 'world, black enamel brooch, and a flat
the incongruous classic draperieswere from their disagreements had come and the whippocrwill mourning far black hat which was so old-fash- Jden hola ed GJteodoiied
more in keeping with the glamour convictions.She away in the swarnp. ioned that it took on a mid-Victorian.
which the past flung over the had once more the illusion of They had planned\ l."excitedly, and stateliness.TO
men who had given their best to Frederick a feather cushion! He every word they had said had been BE CONTINUED)

America.But would perhaps. agree with her always warm with enthusiasm" They had II KIEWQDVERTISEMENTS flnl lJAi l
Mounties Out for Gold Rush
it was Fulton who had cap- been flushed, exultant. It would bea
tured her imagination, with his little And her soul would be-smothered great thing for Sherwood. When the Yukon gold rush news
ship, and Pere Marquette with his That was the kind of thing to live broke in 1893, the Royal Northwest are your guide
cross, the peace-loving Quaker who for, to live with. Ideas. Elort. She mounted police sent 200 men from JtJt to modern living. They bring youtoday's
NEWS about the food and
had conquered; adventurer, pioneer, It was the morning of the day had always known it. Yet for a Vancouver over the inland route. the clothes you wear. And the you place eat to
priest and prophet-builders all of that she was going to the Delafield moment,. she had forgotten. Had They established their barracks at find out about these new things is right .
the structure of the new world. Simms, and Jane was packing her thought of herself asCurlylocks.She Fort Selkirk, 180 miles from Daw in this newspaper.'to .
She wondered what future genera bag. She felt unaccountably de. flung up her hands in a sort son.



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TAPE CLEWISTONI NEWS FRIDAY, DECKVIBEIl 1, 1939
PAGE Iatt'

t tried and true method of minding I IT IS FURTHER ,ORDERED that Ida, this 30th day of November 1939..
Boy Scouts Guests this order bo published once a week (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
GRANDE WINS, our own business and developing our for four consecutive weeks In The Clerk Circuit Court ""' "
BOCA own resources. Such method, indicated Clewiston News, a newspaper of gen- Hendry County, Florida_ ,
Of Kiwanis Club eral circulation in Hendry county EVANS MERSHON & SAWYER I
by the announcement of unlimited Florida. Miami. Florida
DAY GAME continental production of DONE AND ORDERED at the Solicitors for Plaintiff.
TURKEY I Clerk's office, City of LaBelle Flor- 200-Dec. 181522.
sugar a non-surplus crop will result -
Members of the' Clewiston Boy
in very substantial Investmentsin

TIGERS 39.21 Scout troop and their assistant ., ...,,............ ......
of the
FROM the development greatest INNN w.NN M NN M N NNN, : :N M NNM NN.N.N : : : : : : : :H.M NN:N NN:N: : : :N:
scoutmaster C. "VY. Benson, were
unused natural resource in the
guests at the Wednesday night country, the Everglades; will substantially t \
of the Kiwanis Club at the
CLEWJSTOXPLAYERS meeting y
THREE I increase employment not
EiEXCHED BY INJURIES Inn. only in Florida but throughout the ._ r

IN ROUGH CONTEST Mr. Benson gave a brief but interesting country; and will bring staple and X hI
talk on the history of I lasting benefits to the entire Stateof s

The Clewiston Tigers closed their Scouting and its progress duringthe I Florida.
1939 football season Thursday afternoon cast twenty-nine years since its I i CLEWIS TON 60LF i

at Boca Grande when the I introduction--'i- America. Originating .
Tigers LoseContinued ., I :
Tarpons-of that city won a bruising in England scouting was adopted I ; i

game ,from them by a score of 39- by America in 1910 and in 191C : \

21. It was the roughest contest of the first charter was issued by the ( From Page One) ,_ COURSE :

the season and three of the Tigers United States Congress to the Boy Vaughn to Hooker added the point. I

went out of the game because of Scouts of America. There are nowa Just before the end of the half + II I

injuries, the most 'serious being a million members of this great Leath took a reverse from 'Lee and '. I .s.
collar bone which J. D. youth organization which teaches :!: :
broken ::
ran 05 yards but the touchdown ;: -.2
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in the closing be self-reliant honest, industrious .', : '
Hooker sustained boys to 0'r '
was called back: because of holdingby .:. ; : :s:
to, take their placein
quarter. and .
the Terriers. 1
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made the first score life as the best of citizens. y hX _
The Tigers The third quarter went by with- ,.
when, after working the ball down Following Mr. Benson's: talk the out a scoring but in the final per- +

field on the ground they: took to boys gave demonstrations of first iod Sealey.anu the Terriers got to ..

the air and a long aerial Vaughnto aid work including bandaging and going again. Lee threw a short

Hooker was good for the score. snake bite treatment; knot tying by pass to Sealey who took it on the !1 Open to the Public l j!
Vaughn's placement was good. A the two youngest members and sig- 35 and ran the remaining distance

few minutes later the Tarpons nalling by Nick Schiffli and Sherwood for the, :score.: Lundy's attempt at

scored on a pass from E. Parketon Hall. the point faile.d. ),

to Futch and ran the ball over for Scouts attending the meetingwere Then in the closing minutes of 1.s' .'.

the extra point but the kick con- : Bobby Broadfoot Nick the game the Terriers:: reached the .' ,'.

version gave the Tigers a one- Schiffli Sonny Vaughn Richard Tiger 4 yard line with a first down. ?:' ,,"' '. ,J.
point lead at the end of the first Hanna Sherwood Hall, Lawrence But 'the Tigers held and when those ',f ,' ;

quarter. In this first quarter Mun- Outline Dick Elkins and Robert 4 downs were up the ball was on 'i'.y. ii.

selle Stone, Clewiston tailback went Hodges. the 1 yard line. ThQn' Vaughn stand- y

out with a wrenched leg for the ing in his end zone kicked ,a beau- .y,' I

remainder of the game. I BOWLING SCORES tiful punt to Sealey on the Moore ;
I I Moderate/ Green Fees ::
In the second quarter the Tarpons -' Haven 35, who caught it and raced

put over two more touchdownson Miss Margaret Von Mach took 45 yards down the sidelines for the 1 ;
:: ExceptionaB Fairways ::
running plays and made a pass over the position of high ten pin final touchdown making the scoreMoore "

conversion! good on one of them bowler among the feminine contin- Haven 38; Clewiston 28., :y: Interesting Greens *
leaving the score at the halt 208in gent when she scored 157 pins ina The lineup for ,Moore Haven:

their favor. In this quarter Sam game last Thursday to displaceMrs. Peters le; Nail, c; Moore, re;

Lang injured a previously injuredleg Tom Shelley who had the previous Sealey In; Lee rh; and Lundy qb. II.N.H.H.M.N.N.N:N.:1.1':":N: 'N'HN. .N.'/.N:N.H:N:H:N:11:N.N:N:N.N.N; .N:1:1. >':":--"M.
and went out of the game. ladies' high. Mrs. A. L. Hack- For Clewiston: Brantley, le; J.l

Hervey Bourne in for Stone at ett was second for the week with Davis c; Lang re;. Vaughn ; I

the tailback spot, took the opening 137. I Hooker rh; Stone qb.

kick-off deep in his own territoryand Bill Martin was high for_ men for I I
the week ,with a 205 score and M.
ran for a touchdown, the pret- (
The conver- E. Von Mach was a close second IHT TIIC CIRCUIT COURT OP Till" ', I FAMOUS HOMES IN HIS'rDRY
tiest run of the day. 'r11'EGP'TliUIICIAL CIRCUIT OP (.:: !, "f '
sion was no good. Later in the with 195 pins. FLORIDA, IX AND FOR IICMJHVCOUA11. : T'
CHV1\CIJKY : :
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same quarter after the Tarponshad ". ..:, ..
,added 'another touchdown and Bitting Issues CASE NO. '. ,.' ,, .(:

conversion,. A. 'D. Frith in at end CLEIVISTON-REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT .
short from I (Continued From Page 1) CORPORATION A Florida
for Lang took a, pass c :
Vaughn and ran over for the final I' corporation Plaintiff :

Clewiston score. A pass gave the proven enterprise in the United v. ; .th/ = Iq ,,
P.V.. HALL and MRS. P.V.. HALL, :I .
extra point. States to proceed with further development his wife, et al. / 1.

The Tiger offense bogged down of sugar culture in the Defendants.ORDER :;
DHrCIVDAXTS
after the third'quarter and Boca Everglades. Once the clear signalis REQUIRING TO APPEAR t

Grande continued the scoring spree given we can proceed with the TO P. \V. ,HALL, If alive and if dead, 1 '"
touchdowns in cooperative enterprise to the or- to his unknown heirs devisees legatees -
adding two more or grantees, and Mrs. P. \V. Hall,' ." "
this period. Shortly before the end ganizers of which all local farmers his wife: ; The
support and cooperation YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thata lIoH3ME
J. D. Hooker was in- I have pledged my
of the game suit has been brought against you SWEET HOME"This
jured and was taken to a hospital ; as soon as such cooperative to quiet and confirm the title of ,
organization is functioningit Clewiston Realty and Development
collarbone was OA1J'
where the broken Florida owr+
corporation as
Corporation a
disclosed and set. is my intention in cooperationwith I against you and each of you, to the > the home of John
guests of the my associates to proceed with following described real property in 'fi tuB mt was
t
Boca The Grande Tigers team were following the another development involving the I Hendry Lot 14 County, Clock, 173 Florida, as ,per to-wit General : --J t Howard Payne, author of one dt HOME

dinner continuinga investment of an additional $15- Plan of Clewiston, Florida, according SYSt of America's best loved
game at a turkey to Plat thereof recordedin songs .
practice started here last Thanks: 000,000 thus duplicating the opera- Plat Book 2, pages 7 to 11,

giving when the Tarpons played in tion contemplated by the coopera- Public Florida.Records of Hendry County, Let us help you achieve the security

Clewiston and were entertained by tive association of local farmers IT IS ORDERED that YOand
and once again providing perma- each of you, are hereby required to ; and comfort of a home of own .
the Tigers. appear in the Circuit Court for Hen- your
nent self-repecting livelihoods, at dry County: Florida, at LaBelle, Florida -
PROJECT American wages on an American and file with 'the Clerk of said
TICK
COUNTY Court your written appearance (per-
standard of living for an additional sonally o'by attorney) in said suit'
Hen- 20,000 heads of families. on the first Monday in January, A.
Thirty-four Florida counties D. 1940, being the 1st day of said Clewiston Federal Savings
dry county Included, will share in The United States has tried month and thereafter, to file with
and diverse and meansto said clerk your written defenses if
various
ways .
as .
eradication program
a cattle tick any to the bill of complaint, as .,
WPA project it was announcedthis : increase the prosperity of the amended in said suit at the time pre-
a
the past 'forty scribed by law. and Loan Association
during
of SenatorC. country -
week from the office Herein fail not or judgment will
O. Andrews Washington.. I It is about time we returned years.l I,be entered against you by default. I

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