The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00765
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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 15, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00765
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HAS PLANNED FOR CIVIC It was reported this morning I
OF that one Lake li>rbor bean

I DRIVE FOR MEMBERS PARK ON SATURDAY day,grower new this Lincoln came week to and Zephyr Clewiston paid from rash one fora the 'of Sugar Cooperativeo

Hendry County Motors. The same

c J. E. Beardsley, secretary of the The Community' Christmas tree report was that this grower, hitting o -

i Clewiston Chamber of Commerce inaugurated I will be held this Christmas as usual one of the best fall bean Reports Organization Charter Is

t' a drive this week for markets in ,recent :rears with a "
of the
under the joint sponsorship i
i members of the organization purely largo acreage had already netted On Training SchoolAt Issued Monday By
harden Club and the American Legion I
R on his own initiative and the response $30,000:: from: this crop.

to date has been very gratify- on Saturday evening, December -, This total may or not 'be I I' Secretary Of State .

ing. Membership cards suitable for 23,, at 7:30 o'clock in the correct but. it is certain that the meeting of the Kiwanis

hanging in places of business have Civic Center Park.A vegetable growers of the lake I I' Club Wednesday evening, Presi: ',
been printed and already about area are getting good prices for Clarence R. Bitting, president of

twenty of these cards have been special musical program has the longest period in several dent A. W. Lawrence gave a most the United States Sugar Corporationwas

issued to members who sent in a been arranged for the evening with :years and prices are expected to interesting report on the district named president of the newly t

check for $5.00 for the annual he: various groups of children each stay up at least until the end of Kiwanis training school which was organized Florida Cooperative Sugar .

membership fee. singing a selection, songs by the the year. held in Fort Lauderdale on Tues- Association when the board of directors I

The Clewiston Chamber of Com- whole school, selections by the day and was attended by Mr. Lawrence held the first meeting at

merce, Mr. Beardsley explained in J. E. Beardsley and R. M. Belle Glade Wednesday night.
school; glee club and as a special I
letters sent out to the places of I HOLDS Ferris of Orlando
LEGION POST Bishop from the local club. Josiah jr.,
business, was organized two years attraction the new band is expectd and R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers I

ago and was to have been a selfsupporting ; to make its first appearance that The address of welcome was were named vice presidents Jay

organization but to date THIS WEEK given by George B. Simmons, jr., of
!yen ing. MEETING W. Moran, of Clewiston, treasurer,
nothing has been done to substantiate The children will be divided into Fort Lauderdale after which the William :T. Bitting of Philadelphia,

this theory or make it a suc- groups; as usual with group one including group heard a talk on "Purposes of secretary 'and W. H. Lanier, Clew- !
cessfully operating factor in the IN MOORE HAVENClewiston '!
those children under six, School" by iston, treasurer. .
of Clewiston and although the Leadership Training
development y ears of age; group two those from The meeting was held in the office J
would like to Hammerstein, an able speaker,
Chamber C. J.
the he first, second and third grades; of the South Florida Conservancy I
do the things it should do it can- roup; three those from the third American Legion Post and a past lieutenantgovernor.Duties District in Belle Glade and i

not without the community's. sup- and fourth grades, group four from STO. 93 held its December meeting of the President were out- was a sequel to the meeting here !

;, port. he N continued t is beginning he fifth and sixth grades, and on' Tuesday night at the Woman's lined by J. Ken Williamson after last" Friday night at which the new I

Clewiston, ? roup; five from the seventh, eighth Haven sugar; cooperative was formed and I
clubhouse in Moore Lawrence led a discus-
of the biggest seasonsin Club; which Mr.
one will insure I selected. I
and ninth grades. This the board of directors
of its growth and of the club' serving a few min(
the history pith members sion which lasted for some
ach: child in the ninth grade and A charter was applied for to the

with the proper advertising, infor- under securing a gift suitable tots delicious wild duck dinner to the utes. The duties of the vicepresident Secretary of State on Monday and i

mation facilities, literature and operating particular age group and it is Legion members and visitors pres- and the secretary were hand- was granted the same day so that I

I capital to permit handling understood that special arrangements -, the organization was almost immediately !!
-, the large volume of requests for et. led in much! the same way.
are: being made to care for o'clock completed and incorporated i
information pouring into his office The club room was gaily decorated After a luncheon at twelve

this growth may be greatly hose within this age group Jwho in Christmas'colors for the talks were given by Roe Fulkerson, for worl'I: 'I

i, facilitated. nay not have been attending school. occasion with a glittering Christmas MacLean Wilson, A. O. Rennardand One of
The ladies of the Garden Club the officers selected, mostof
A upon
of the A the Rev.: James V. Johnson.
Miss Mildred Durst has been em- in one corner room.
re" already at work preparing packages fee; whom hold the same offices with
ployed by Mr. Beardsley to assist heery: fire in the fireplace and closing summation was given by
and the legion committee, he United States Sugar Corporation,
in this membership drive and will [ighted red tapers on the tables and Newton Lummus. II
leaded, by W'' C. Owen has begun I stated that it was the opinion of
handle all the details of the mem- I I in...other places about the room, madea
of town for subscriptions directors that
he canvass the the entire group of
at his office. attractive setting for the Leads
bership campaign most Rev. Pendleton
necessary to finance the,, the corporation officials, being much
Officers of the organization at dinner. The ducks had been killed details of the
familiar with
this time are D. G. Alston, presi-, irogranuSeveral by Moore Haven legionnaires and New Cub Scout Pad more the
hundred children of the work to be, done than any of,
dent; E. L. Stewart, vice-presdient; their friends and the abundanceand
ommunity are on hand each yearo other members the'cooperative,
C. L. Downs, treasurer; J. E. I excellence of the food helped tc
see Santa Claus and to receive should be allowed to handle the
Beardsley secretary. The first three it most enjoyable affair.In Kent Pendleton, pastor of
make a Rev.
.t heir i gift! from him. It is believed_ : affairs of the cooperative at least
: "Avith Er E. Kelly and Keath- I business session fol Church has
,( of fleers -the short the Community_ ,organ:
I J: hat the' cfowcTwill( be'mucH largerhis during its formative stage.
I, ley Bowden were the charter members I year' than ever before. Parents lowing the dinner which was .called' ized'a[ pack of Cub 'Scouts, "those
of the organization which ap- Commander C. V. Parkinson the of nine nd
: ire urged to remember the date, to order by boys between ages
t r plied for and received a charter Saturday, December 23 at 7:30 several interesting reports; twelve too young for Boy Scou Christmas ProgramAt

\ from the state.County I'clock. The date was set thus so as were given by the various committee -, membership, and the organizatioi
--- chairmen.C. promises to belbome tone of the< School Thursday
interfere with
lot to programs -
Boards Adopt ; at the various churches. E. Robbins of the American- strongest groups of any kind in the

jzation committee reported thai community. About forty students of Clewiston

New Health Unit To Start work on re-roofing of the Seoul' Twenty boys have already joined school ,will ,take part in a Christ-
I house had been completed and made the pack and about eighty have sign- mas operetta, "When ChristmasComes"

an interesting report on the new edl, slips indicating their interest and at the
I board of to be presented
The Hendry county
I commissioners and the school board Heavy. Bean Picking Cub Pack which has recently beer their wish to join as soon as possi school auditorium next Thursday:

jointly accepted State Board of e organized, giving a great deal ol ble. A camp' site has been cleared night at eight o'clock.

credit to Rev. Kent Pendleton whc on the ridge and a hike is planned in the operetta,
establishment I The lead parts
Health plans for the W. S. Bowdoin, with a sizeable
has assumed the leadership of this at which time an outdoo; Miss
tomorrow directed by
+ which is being
of a health unit in this county when acreage of beans on the Beardslej ;
of boys of pre-scout age. Reports pit will' be constructed varietyof
barbecue and has
stand the of group Alice Steinholtz a
they agreed to expense Farms south of Clewiston, began !
'were also given by members; and further work done on the' musical numbers, are
i the unit, $2,400 a year, at the meet- picking the first fruit in quantity and splendid
ings of the two boards last week. It today and' expected to take off; of this committee from LaBelle 11 camp., taken by Munselle Stone, Gloria
Moore Haven on scout activities. Rev. Pendleton has for many; Nick Schiffli, MargaretVon
boards ,
is understood that the two about a thousand crates from a
I 'W. C. Owen reported that the I:years been very active in scou t Mach and Betty Berg. '
in the ,
will share equally expense fifteen acre tract in today's'picklag. -
annual drive for funds for the com- j work and served as scoutmaster ir; The plot is concerned with an
for each board.
$100 a month Other heavy pickings will con '
on Page 10) several years. He wa; learned to
(Continued Eustis for
I The plan, as outlined by Dr. C. tinue' with only short intervals be ii old couple who
Board of later a scout commissioner ; dread Christmas because they must
; F. Chappell of the State tween.,
i Health will permit the employment He picked one day this week Lado Made TreasurerOf Gainesville district and became well It spend it alone and this particular
for his work with boys. for them
I of a full time county nurse and a J JII about two hundred hampers of wax known Christmas is made happy
who will Teachers I was'while in Eustis that, he became when a bus load of school students
II, doctor' and sanitary officer beans from a small tract planted District
in the boys of pre school
interested the
Lt divide time between this county and with one sack of seed. These wax 1 I arrives and present

two others in the unit. Highlands beans are reported to have sold for scout age and organized probably: operetta.The .

,I and Glades county were to be included I three dollars a hamper. Other varieties Robert Lado, instructor of lan, the: first cub pack in the country school promises an interest-

in the latter two officers' of good beans are selling guages in the Clewiston High The headquarters of the Boy Scout; ing and colorful program and

has accepted I School elected treasurer of the: of America feared that the movement everyone is invited to attend.
districts and Highlands from $1.75., to $2.25, according te was I
the plan. Glades county has not reports. Southwest Florida Teachers Association might gain momentum anc

yet decided to enter the group. I Small acreages of beans have at the all-day session held work as a detriment to the older be Mrs. Dupuis Dies At

The service is expected to go into been picked around Clewiston or at Edison Park school in Fort I II organization and asked that it -

I i effect the first of January and will I during the fall but there were m I Myers Saturday. Presiding at the discontinued.A Daughter's Home HereMrs.

cost $1800 for the remainder of extensive acreage plantings. The I meeting was Mrs. G. B. Thomas, short time later, however,New a.

:; this fiscal year which closes on South Bay-Lake Harbor area is re, president. Other officers elected for'I representative was sent from

September 30. It provides for public ported to have had the best success t the ensuing year were Rudolpt York to see him and asked that Pency Dupuis, 61, passed

,i ;, health nursing, school clinics on the bean market. 'I Conoley of Everglades, presidentMrs. tie visit headquarters and go over the away here shortly after midnight

: and clinics for children of preschool Cecil McDuffie will begin the har' Caroline Bales of Moore Haven, the cub plan with officials of Sunday morning at the home of her

age, health education and vest of a nice tract of tomatoes here vice-president, and Mrs. Lillian scout; organization. He did so, interest daughter, Mrs. H. C. Jones, following -

home visits, prenatal and postnatalcare the first of next week which prom, Headley of Punta Gorda secretary, was aroused and the national a lingering illness.

for mothers not able to pay ises to net him a nice profit. Price;j J The, full staff of teachers of the Dub pack was founded. Clewistonis with Funeral services were held Sunday -

regular fees, a determined effort to on tomatoes have been reporter L local school attended the meeting fortunate in having a man their afternoon at five o'clock in

control syphillis) by providing treat- this week as $4.50 per lug. ] and heard addresses along the general I such a background to lead Pahokec[ after which the body wasbent

ment at reasonable cost and many Prices of all truck crops are expected .- theme "Education for Democ 'oung scouts. by train to, her former home in

other services. to stay fairly high at leas't racy". Speakers: included Dr. William Meetings are held at the scout Jacksonville for interment. Mr. and

Office quarters will be providedfor until the first of the year. Graham KennedyFort) Myers house ou Friday night and every Mrs. Jones accompanied the body

the unit and a clerk will be minister; 'r. D. Bailey, vicf-presi- boy in Clewiston between tho ages and are scheduled to return to

!i provided to keep the office open dent of the association; J. S. of nine and twelve is invited to lewiston tonight.A .

during regular business hours. FAVORS C. OF C. Rickards secretary, Mrs Headley, join the pack.Schools brother, Alfred Smith of Jacksonville -

I R. R. Dugan, Arcadia school prim is the only other survivorin

Football Game May Be December 13, 1939 cipal and Dr. William Melcher of Will Close the Immediate family.

Rollins College.
I Mr. .T. E.

Be Played Tuesday Secretary Chamber Beardsley of Commerce teachers During were the afternoon divided into session group the Friday For;, HolidaysThe Mrs. Niblack Asks For

Dear Mr. Beardsley:
discussions' of elementary junior -
Enclosed please find my; checkfor schools of Clewiston and Donations For HomeMrs.
A second meeting of the Clewis' senior high, commercial and
membership dues. You sure will close next Fri-
ton and LaBelle town football home economics problems. Hendry county
hit the nail on the head. Let all December 22, for the twcweek's
teams ha's been tentatively arranged Last year the association accented day, has asked the
of UK drive the nail all the \\ay.We Christmas vacation to reconvene J. G. Niblack
j' and is expected tc. be played on I an invitation extended by Clewistor that she will
have a good: town, but let'smake Monday, January 8. News to announce
the local field next Tuesday night for the meeting to he held here, on donations at the Lake Drugof
I it the best town by slip of the members of the receive
at eight o'clock. but when completion of the new cash, toys or any
I food
the clothing
1 our Chamber of Commercc. to spend
i; If the game is played the line-ups school building was delay d. tin faculty arc planning their homes but Prof.R. other Item one may wish to give to
will be much the same as when the I place of meeting was changed tc vacation) at the 'coming Christmas a
Sincerely to stay here help make
Turk plans
-1 two teams met a few weeks ago and Fort Myers. W. for the inmates of the

J- r le uf'"i, the Clewiston team won by a scorer Peter Chagaris. The association will meet next through the holidays of and the carryon school. happy Children's; ; one Home in Jacksonville.

, athletic
of 13-7 in P'lntaGorda'. the program
j ; .__ year ; ,
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Greenery From N. C. Mountains h/ HOUSEHOLD 4

Helps Spread Yuletide Cheer I II II I QUESTIONSIcings

I will not run off cakes if
the cakes first
are sprinkled lightly -
Artificial Christmas? You might call it that for modern chemistry with cornstarch.

has pulled all sorts synthetic rabbits out oj industry's hat for this .

year's gifts. In fact today's fashionable miss will find in her Christmas Never stir a salad. Toss it lightly -

stocking enough synthetics to keep her busy from ,morning 'til together blending the dressing

night. Give a look! thoroughly with. each-piece.

"Galacking," they call this business in the North Carolina mountains *

where frost on the pumpkin is a signal for mountain folks togo i& into'an A few handfuls overheated of salt stove thrown will

a-hunting galax leaves, sprays, hemlocks, holly and ivy. Within a check it almost immediately.

few tceeks it's been sorted, packed and delivered to communities allover : *

the country for decorating during the Christmas season. I \ J
.w.: -'._C 9 of Rich brown pumpkin pics usual-
4 i' 4
---- --- I yf JA' ly acquire that tint';:by adding a
tablespoon of molasses to the fill-
I ,.. .....__ .NwAFh3ee".-" ,;;- "' '' ,._ ,M1.. r. ing.

(See Recipes Below) *v

There's a Good Reason i

4r You're Constipated!

HOusehold News
When there's something wrong
\ 'Y with you, the first rule is: get at
the cause.If you are constipated,
. don't endure it first and cure it
afterward.Find out what's giving
you the trouble.
Chances are it's simple if you
eat the super-refined foods most
people do: meat white bread
potatoes. It's likely you don't get
\ -v enough"bulk."And"bulk"doesn't
mean a lot of food. It's a kind of
food that isn't consumed in the
body, but leaves a soft "bulky"
mass in the Intestines and helpsa
Foreign Parties Are Fun' in a moderately hot oven (375 degrees bowel movement.If .
this is your trouble, you
) for about 15 minutes. Serveat
should eat a natural "bulk" pro-

Above: A "galacker" starts earlyin .:>- \-0/. t For your New Year's eve party, once. Rolled Sandwiches.Cut ducing crunchy food-such toasted,a ready-to-eat one as the
: that is in
: : why not plan one foreign cereal-Kellogg's All-Bran. All-
the morning and works hard, -.. < _. flavor? Whetheryou fresh bread in thin, even Bran is the ounce of preventionthat's

but as one veteran says, "Hit's like to swayto slices. Trim off crusts. Spread with worth a pound of emer-
At (right) soft butter or with any desired fill- gency relief. Eat it every day
plum .healthful. night I1L the rhythm of )
drink plenty of water, and "Join
they must gather round the fire l:1c1' ; f the rhumba, or ing. Roll and fasten with toothpicks. the Regulars." All-Bran is made
'f sandwiches in
Place deep
a ,
and sort the day's harvest. This prefer sw,\ i n g, and cover with a cloth wrung out pan of V by Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
you'll find a rhum-
and j
is tieing
galacker grading ga- { hot water (this must not touch the
& <
:%' ba with
party a
lax leaves into bundles of 25 each. \ @ .. < sandwiches). Let stand for 15 min-
menu of Cuban Virtues Lost
delicacies, full of utes. Just before serving, tuck a Virtues lose themselves in self-
of watercress into end
sprig one
charm for your interest, as streams lose them-
of each sandwich, for garnish, and
guests. P12 selves in the sea.-La Rochefou-
remove the toothpicks.An .
There are all cauld.
Italian "Help-Yourself" partyis
sorts of amusing, !
inexpensive favors :; 14Ho. a grand idea for informal entertaining -'

; to give an authentic note to -especially when you planto SUaEa
have a crowd. Cover tables with O
your rhumba party decorationslittle -
brown wrapping in place of
pottery figures and tiny dolls NONE MORE
linen cotton table-
or use coarse
dressed in Cuban costumes; and for
cloths in red and white checks.In .
noisemakers, a pair of maracas, NONE ASTFRWORLD'S
those gourd-like rattles filled with the center of each table placea

seeds that rhumba orchestras shake basket or a wooden bowl of fruit,

to'emphasize the beat of the music, to be'served, later, as dessert. LARGEST SELLER Am

and tiny wooden castanets that the Menu

) Al dancers manipulate with their handsas Italian Spaghetti Cheerful Outlook
57 an accompaniment to their steps. Vegetable Salad Bowl Garlic Bread The game of life looks cheerful

Refreshments, too, can be distinctly Fresh Fruit when one carries a treasure safe

4, t \. : Cuban. A dish that has Coffee in his heart.-Schiller.

gained fame among visitors to Cubais Italian Spaghetti

rice with chicken-"Arroz con pol- (Serves 8)

io." With rolled sandwiches and 1 can imported Italian tomatoes

N ,s5a rp plenty of coffee, you have a deli- (large) ACHING CHEST

cious, satisfying supper. 1 can tomato paste

The Cuban idea of coffee is small % cup water

cups and plenty of them, filled with / teaspoon soda COLDS

strong, black coi- Salt and cayenne pepper to taste

h fee. If you like, Vz cup olive oil
Need More Than "Just Salve"To
1 use decaffeinatedcoffee 1 clove garlic (grated)
sothatyour 1% large onions (sliced)
To relieve chest cold
quickly misery
Jtg guests can drink Jcup parsley (chopped) muscular aches and pains due to coldsit -
many cups in the 1% pounds ground meat (beef, takes MORE than"just a salve"-you
Cuban manner, pork and veal) need a warming, soothing "counter-
JtJ irritan 'like good old reliable Musterola
-- --
1 package spaghetti (approxi-
J. C.. Vuncannon of Banner Elk, top J without fear of -used by millions! for over 30 years.
sleepless hours mately 8 ounces.) Musterole penetrates the outer layersof
left. is_ _one__ of the. buyers.. Here he'sA later. Rememberthat 1 cup grated Italian cheese the skin and helps break up local congestion
A examining some pnncy decaffeinated (bulk preferable) and pain. 3 strengths: Regular,
Children's (mild) and Extra Strong,401.
pine, a low and spreading :- coffee needs a Strain tomatoes, add tomato

W 3: evergreen, winch the little extra brewing to bring out the paste, water, .soda. salt and pepper.
mountaineer has broughtin. rich flavor.AfterDinner. lace olive oil in

NKi1: ; ci Left: A girl at Vun- Coffee or Demi-Tasse. frying pan and

cannon's makes long (Extra Strength) add garlic, onions

ropes of laurel sprays, Use V-k heaping tablespoons cof- and parsley. Fryin V u "tor,

widely used for decorat- fee, regular grind, for each cup (% !. the oil until Better Than A Mustard Plaster!

ing streets, stores and pint) of water. Make by any meth- lightly brown. r Z ri r
od desired. If using decaffeinatedcoffee Add meat and Great UnknownThe

homes. drip grind, measure well- continue to fry world knows nothing of its

n rounded tablespoon instead of heap- until it is cooked greatest men.-Sir Henry Taylor.
ing tablespoon. through. Combine- the above two
mixtures and simmer about two
Arroz Con Polio.
hours. Stir
(Chicken with rice) frequently.
Meanwhile cook spaghetti until
Cut a chicken into small pieces ,
tender in boiling wa-
large quantity
and Melt Vz butter
wipe dry. ,cup or
ter (salted). Serve tomato sauce t for-
other fat in a saucepan and fry the /
over spaghetti and top with grated
chicken and a cup of diced sliced _
cheese. Serve' hot. r
yfSY ham, uncooked, until golden brown. very e PERFORMANCE

Add a cup of canned tomatoes or

tomato paste, half a dozen small Coming, Next Week! CONDITION

olives, a teaspoon of chopped pars- "XTONM t
All this talk' about entertainingthis
Y ley and salt to taste. Then add Vz o HEALTHDrop
and that, and not a wordso
cup of rice. Brown the rice lightly,
far about planning parties for
stirring constantly. Then add 1 cup
the members of the fam-
of boiling water and cook slowly, in younger
ily! Something must be done Blackman's Lick-A-Brick In the
a casserole in the oven, keeping feed trough. Stock do the rest. No
tightly covered, until chicken is ten- about that right away-and next drenching. No dosing. Animals
week Eleanor Howe will do it- keep in healthy working condition
% X'C
j der and rice is done.Vegetable Nature's way.
/ with an entire column devotedto
young people's parties.
;nlj1V./:' 1 head lettuce (cut in wedges) SOLD by leading Southern Dealers
Raw spinach leaves (coarsely'
If there is no Dealer near you, write
SS :,. .C's 1IA chopped) You'll find lots of recipes for holi- direct toBLACKMAN '
1 cucumber (peeled and sliced) STOCK MEDICINE CO.
entertaining in the specially
Nr/.yy ? { day pre- 23 C St. Chattanooga, Tenn.
? '
arli 4i : 1 (cut in rings)
pepper "
r. green
pared leaflet "Holiday Recipes, by
I .
6SO' ry: yr ; ? Mari 1 bunch radishes (sliced) Eleanor Howe. You'll find old favorites :
Onion (cut in thin slices)
very and brand too
new recipes, ,
Prepare vegetables and dry thor- for Christmas cakes and cookies,
; 4jM : oughly in clean' towel. Chill. Place plum puddings, and confections. To MORE FOR YOUR M.
in salad bowl
all the vegetables a
f receive your copy of this. leaflet,
and toss together with well-seasoned send 10 cents in coin to "Holiday O Read the advertisements.

french dressing. Serve at once. Recipes," care of Eleanor Howe, They are more than a sellingaid 0

: Garlic Bread. 919 North Michigan Avenue, Chi- for business. They forman
M1tt Slice French, Italian, or white cago, Illinois. educational system which N
bread in thick slices to, but not (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) is making Americans the best-

....___ the bottom crust. Crushone
-"'-" "' A"J. ':":; '<;;;.i..th.-i(a x cai through, educated buyers in the
clove of garlic. Add to % cup Cheerful Nursery The advertisements world.

Cords finished and ready for shipment along with ferns and othet, of butter and heat over a low flame Cheerful as sunshine is the at- of an economic system

greenery. Give a thought to the North Carolina mountaineers thi r for about 5 minutes. Strain out the mosphere of a nursery with walls is giving Americans more

Christmas they ve done their part. garlic. Brush slices and top of the and woodwork painted a warmcream for' their money every day. Y
bread with the garlic butter. Heat color and the floor azure blue.


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wish I were half as pretty as she.
Lesson for December 17 States Representative -
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pick out a tune. : chance to retain international re The great error of our nature
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invasion of Finland acquirement
pro- not to
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vided the first authentic touch of
GOLDEN TEXT-Incline and our condition; but to lose all
times. your ear a chance of forcing Russia. to show
come unto me: hear and your soul shall fierce conflict which observers have we have gained by an insatiable'
: Recruit (being examined-Two live.-Isaiah 55:3. seen in the European catanddogfight her hand. This hope was dashed pursuit after I

,I'. hundred ninety-seven. which started September 1. when Russia announced she would more.-Burke.

The interpretation of the parablesof not attend the ,meeting. Nor did any
Carnage was spreading but so was
HAIR-TRIGGER GUY Jesus has brought forth much observer expect the lesser 'neutral
peace, talk, because most of the civ-
/ difference of opinion. The impor- ilized world (except Germany and nations to support, either side.

tant point to bear in mind is that Japan) was outspoken in its denun- Instead the peace seekers lookedto

the interpretation must be one con- ciation of Soviet aggression. Italy, a non-leaguer, and Japan,

sistent with other scripture, as wellas Plucky, even though pathetically whose foreign policy since September 1

with our Lord's own revelationof outnumbered, the Finns surprisedmost 1 has been as coherent as the,

its meaning when given. We military experts by stalemat- gibberish of a Mongolian idiot. Of

have His own interpretation of the ing the enemy along a 750-mile ficially the Italian government was

parable of the Sower (Matt. .13:18- front. Off Hango, one Russian de sphynx-like, but there was no doubt

23), but He did not interpret the ___hUhm. __. about the feelings.of a mob. of uniformed -
other parables of our lesson, leav- 7 Fascists who cheered before
"I tried to borrow a 10-spot from : :? 7y Rome's
ing it for us to carefully seek their : Finnish legation and hooted

Brown and he flew in a rage." I meaning and gladly receive their ;..f .:/, .' .," >:. before the Soviet embassy. Though
"Yes-goes off at a touch." instruction. ;...- x ., .'tr' moving softly, the fine Italian hand
t/fff/ ; y >P* <<
N '
'Viti. t \ ;t' was seen encouraging formation of
; .. ::
I. Take need How You Hear (vv.
Rare Treat f::: .t{ W { aft anti-Communist bloc in the Balkan -
"The paper says you pleased a < ")l ., ,. ,{ states, where the Soviet bear
large audience at the banquet last This parable is rightly called the t'''' N'''' .xN ..... will positively strike next.
night." parable of the Sower for our Lordso f;tt\:: ';; > Germany was silent, and with

"Why I did not appear. The named it (v. 18), but as we readit ,>>.".,: ..>,'... .J ...... it good reason. To denounce the Reds
that the lesson it teaches J i
4 we see
is certainly wrong.
paper ;: after Adolf Hitler's great show of
"Maybe not." relates primarily to the four kindsof i :,: "
f' friendship with Moscow would mean
"" 00
hearers of the Word of God.
i :i/ either (1) the repudiation of Der
There are some who hear and Fuehrer and MOREMILDNESS
a subsequent admis-
a Y. their hearts and minds have so long ::,'.'. '0;" .::.,: >;< ;:;;3 sion that the allies are right, or (2)a for

been the common road over which simultaneous war on two fronts
< i
'I / every worldly influence has passed, r'l] against two hostile enemies (Russiaon

that it has become so hard the Wordof : the east and the allies on the ,

j God finds no lodgment, but is west). But a good sign of the aver- ::::

/1 quickly carried away by the birds, 4 !l age Nazi's sentiments was the pro-

I If which are the "vultures of worldli- L-sVs4 Finnish demonstration in Hungary's COOLNESS
f I bars 1 t I ness" and wickedness (see v. 19). parliament.How ,
Reader if heart is like that l *
your ,
about Japan? Britain be-
0 ask God break Let '* .
to it
up. us <--:. <"u ,"' lieved the recent Jap-Russian truce and FLAVOR
ytF ::
all shun those hardening influences r" ,, had paved the way for Finland's in-
i ,
1. t I t which destroy our susceptibility to itl l: vasion, but Shanghai and Tokyo observers -

r. % $ i i God's Word. : 3i I thought otherwise. Said an

f- 1 I } I I Others there are who hear and .. or :. :.'_'A', __. 'N "",, ,'_"""_ anonymous Jap army major: "It
the seed takes root, but the soil is is a good lesson. It proves whatwe

so shallow that it has only a quick RUSSIAN WEAPONTop have always suspected, that
growth which soon withers. Theseare photo shows how Soviet troops are 'Russia cannot be trusted." CAMElS
Follow these 3 steps as pictured those whose life is largely emo- bedded down'in wing compartments. Over
site of attack they are parachuted (below)
; tional, thrilling to a new experience to the ground. The Other War
'C- from but not ready to face trials
sore throat
1. For Thousands of older French soldiers -
W y r cold,dissolve 3 8: ye lass; and the responsibilities of life (v. stroyer was sunk and'two others
released from the west-
.r,J ,,1 pins Tablets and girgle.In 13 tp am, 21). As long as the Christian life badly damaged by coastal batteries. were
b of water ern front as the allies settled on
I t .. G is eased very qUickly.I looks attractive such shallow folk While civilians fled bomb-wrecked
I their new strategy: Fighting Ger- '
-i .-, want to be counted in, but when Helsingfors, hardy soldiers foughtoff with and economics Le\JS -
t' \, they learn that it involves sacri- the Soviet advance in the north. many seapower v _
instead of land offensives. There
relieve headache, K'-rv fice, they are gone. Shallow souls, They even drove the invader from
2.To ,
: was no great show of seapower, although -
body discomfort and /Y. pray God to give your life depth snow-bound Petsamo after the Rus-
the disastrous allied
I has take 2 Bayer S "; / and real meaning and worth. sians had taken that city with a shipping BURNING
AspIrin Tablets and V yCdnnkaelassofwater. ) losses from Germany's magnetic
q Ol Others hear and receive the truth, new weapon-soldiers dropped by mines had apparently been stopped.
Repeat in 2 hours. \ \j X parachute.
but soon permit the cares of life British aviators bombed Heligoland,
3. Check'' temperaitureTIf to choke and destroy it (see v. 22). There was no hope for negotiation, the Reich's North sea naval base, COSTLIER
: you have a did Finland to hold out
This modern life. nor expect
so aptly pictures
: fever and tempera- claiming they had scored direct hits
(:Iff ture does not go Thank God, some of the seed very long. Foreign Minister Vaino on several warships. But the big-
1 down-call your Tanner appealed to the world for
: doctor. brings forth a rich harvest! Thereis gest news was the new allied block-
encouragement for every teacher "effective help" as well as sym- ade on all German exports, designedto TOBACCOSFAST
Later he tried to
.' Both aches and preacher of the Word of God. reopen strangle the Reich's sources of
and throat
raw relieved negotiations with Moscow throughthe
I this convenient Saves Notice (vv. 8, 23) that if we should foreign exchange.
way. Swedish minister there, but onlya
hours bring forth a hundred-fold it wouldbe
" of discomfort.
few hours earlier the Soviet had
tragic to bear only thirty or sixty.II. American Reaction
-r ', At the first sign of sore throat from made its own peace-with a puppet
a cold follow the directions in the Beware of the Power of Evilvv. "democratic republic of Finland." Thoroughly startled when Russia

pictures above-the simplest and ( 31-33). Finally, in desperation, Finland ap- ignored his plea that civilian bomb- BURNING-creates
the most effective flat taste in smok....rums
among methods ings be avoided in the SovietFinnish hot
Just as the mustard plant was pealed to the League of Nations.
; known to modern science to get invasion, President Roosevelt delicate flavor, aroma. '
I fast relief. never intended to grow into a tree EmbarrassmentFor
; The Bayer gargle will amaze in which the birds would dwell, so issued an unprecedented statement:
: you-easing throat rawness in a I Christianity was never intended to three years the frightened "Despite efforts made to solve the
;, hurry. And the Bayer Aspirin taken be a nominally Christianized world league has "played dead" whenevera dispute by peaceful methods I SLOW BURNINGprotects

,t internally quickly relieves the other empire in which ungodly men, the political question was broached. one power has chosen to resort to natural qualities

painful cold symptoms. dark birds of the evil one (v. 19), Last spring Secretary-General Joseph arms." I that produce mildness,
\:, Try this way. You will say it is should find comfortable lodgment. A. C. Avenol ignored Albania's This silenced spiteful critics who thrilling taste,smoke.fragrance..a -
But when cooler
unequalled. be
sure you get the fastx'you Unfortunately, that is what much of protest during the Italian invasion, hoped to capitalize by pointing out
I acting Bayer product A e professing Christianity has be and a recently scheduled meetingto how the President had erred in recLEAGUE'S -

.I you want. Ask for Bayer 5 A1EJi' come. Let those of us who love the hear Poland's protest over her

Aspirin by its full name. R Lord beware that we are not mis- Russian-German, invasion was po- _. :::

',' led by it. litely called off for fear of embar- r '

GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN The parable of the leaven teachesthe rassing the Kremlin. Reason: Rus-
\ lesson. sia's Ivan Maisky is league presi-
I same Always in the '' ,
Evil Habits New Testament leaven stands for dent. /'s .c

Where evil habits are once set evil (see such passages as Matt.

1 tied, they are more easily broker: 22:16-21, 23, 29; 23:14, 16; I Cor. [.f'" ::1 : '.',.,h'',:.f. '' %rwf M
f: than mended.-Quintilian. 5:6-8; Gal. 5:9): ). It is any influ- ttNfMM'E:S:' :':N':'<: %

, ence that weakens testimony, encourages wV'y.

'1 hypocrisy, formalism or .
worldliness. Who can deny that nth
CLOTHESPIN this lecTven has''spread throughoutthe y.. a : By burning 25%slower than

Church? The Evil One is pow- Jan Sibelius, Finland's idol and : 4 the average of[the 15 otherof

NOSE erful. Let us beware of his power world-famed composer, denied by: the largest-selling brands .

and of his leaven.III. telephone from his home in He1singfors' r4'wd f of
Sensational tested slower than any
extra help for -
colds-with Value Redemption Aright (vv. outskirts that he waS
Luden'sl These smokIng -
-- a
famous cough drops not 44-46). dead, a bomb victim. ,? :. them-CAMELS give

only release help a soothe menthol throat,but In interpreting this parable we observe Harold D. Jacobs, ex-Washing- :f G!r4 y % MC i ,:, plus equal to
vapor- y
which, with every breath, that obviously the sinner had ft on newsman, was made "stooge" >.
helps penetrate clogged nasal nothing to sell with which to buy wage-hour administrator until .. '':<<
passages, helps" relieve aj salvation, even if it were to be. congress will okay an army man .. ,?'

clothespin nose! bought, which 'we know it is not for the job (Col. Philip Flemingof AVENOLLast 5 :

' {- LUDEN'S 50 (Eph. 2:8). We do give up some St. Paul). chance?

things to follow Christ, but are they Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt
I Menthol Cough Drops M not the worthless and degrading showed up for the third day at ognizing Russia back in 1933. But

i things? On the other hand, He un-Americanism committee hear- it didn't silence New York's Com-. EXTRA SMOKES

I ', gave us His all, even to the shameful ings, watching Texas' Rep. Mar- munist Daily Worker, whose front-
i Small DifferenceHow death of the cross. This He tin Dies hunt Communists in the page editorial accused the U. S. of PER PACK !

Ii small the difference between did for His own people, Israel, and American Youth congress. provoking war against Russia- "by

thoughtlessness and cruelty.v1C what we are even more interestedin Attorney General Frank Mur- using Finland as a pawn."

r : for the Church. phy refused A. F. of L.'s request ,Next the President asked manu-

ii \ Let us value our redemption that unions be exempted from facturers and exporters of planes to

\ highly. We have been purchased anti-trust laws, thereby avoiding remember-"the unprovoked bombingand

: i with the unspeakable price the implication in the current inquiryof machine-gunning of civilian pop-
blood of our Lord Jesus Christ. Let building industry irregularities.King ulations from the air" before nego-

I us then heed the admonition of the George VI of Britain tiating any more contracts with the

: apostle Paul, "Ye are bought witha braved a rough channel crossingto Soviet. Not content with this "moral Advertisements MeanA

price, therefore glorify God in join his army on the Western embargo," many a congressionalleader
i I _4aWalalad_ (haadahad_ your body and in your spirit, which front. began yelling for severanceof Saving to You

'" are God's" (I Cor. 6:20). I diplomatic relations with Russia.


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visitor within city gates. Make
With improved conditions home and brings a family totake your
them feel at home. Acquaint them
throughout the state, with new industries permanent residence, it helps
Published every Friday in Clewis ton,, Too Late To Classify springing up, communities up newcomer with the business opportunities your
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, growing .and business' generally ex- your whole town. Each town affords, large and small. Pro-
Inc. By RUSSELL KAY panding, there are countless oppor- becomes a prospective customer for vide them with authentic, unbiased

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Entered as second class mail rnattei Not since the vertise and publicize the fact. chamber of commerce, your civic your town will grow and prosper
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in there been as much interest in clubs trade with them when you beyond your fondest hopes and
Act ot ? Does it ;
Florida, under the How about YOUR town
Clewiston March 3, 1897.Subscription. Florida. Hotels, travel bureaus and need more homes, apartments, a can give them a helping hand. And dreams.Millions.
transportation agents all report a motion picture they in return will help you In will visit Florida this
Would new
hotel? a
fall and winter; many will remainto
and boosting the commun-
Year. for literature and information and'promise a building
Per demand welcome
Ante $2.00 heavy theatre be
Every new resident 4s worth cast their lot with us as neigh-
concerning the state. return on the investment? Would ity.
Advertising Ilnten On Application several thousand dollars a year to bors and fellow citizens. Let's extend -
Exhibit ,has another general store, grocery, meat\
The Florida State town, and growing communities the hand of friendship and bid
minds market, dry goods or similar estab- any
Florida forcibly into the in- them WELCOME!
advancemcnt'and welfare put attract additional settlers and
Devoted to the meet actual need?
: an
of Clewiston and Hendry County.It and hearts of millions and the effect lishment
of these ', appealing "samples"of Where in YOUR town could a man

Florida that have been put on :with a few thousand dollars invest
appears that Pierce Wood will display so attractively in the north- it profitably and at the same time, 1\

be the twelfth (or is it the 13th) land is accumulative. We are still derive an income from such invest- THE PRESENT
direct benefits from exhibits ment? 0

candidate for governor. reaping at Chicago, Cleveland and other I During the past month or so I That Lasts A Year \=\

Bean growers are prospering I points, while amazingly heavy trav- have personally encountered several ,
ahead for el to the state at this time is in my persons anxious to find such in: -9-
which means good .times opinion largely due to our vestments. Two or three have asked'
the whole lake region. I pation in the New York 'partici-I I me recently where they' could buy A SUBSCRIPTION TO ,

Fair. or start a newspaper. A repiesenta-; The Home Newspaper .
President Favors Cuban Sugar Although vacationists and plea- tiv of the motion'picture industrytold

reads a headline. We're good Demo- J sure seekers will make up the greater me confidentially the other day

crats but we'll still take Dixie I portion of the vast influx of that a number of Hollywood picture
winter visitors during the coming people are keenly interested in Flor- ,

Crystals.Andrews, Cone and Coe may I months coming,with a surprising the view of numbers remainingas are state ida and seeking now locations have agents where in new the The A' and B Bowling Alleys i

I those
residents theatres might be or
have trouble on their hands with a I permanent throughoutthe now existing enlarged and improved. Will Present a
of folks
woman entering the race for U. S'I nation today are looking toward Many young doctors, lawyers CHRISTMAS TURKEY

Senator. 1 Florida as prospective homeseekersand certified public accountants and 'I

investors. Some are wealthy}', other professional men are eagerly To the holder of the lucky ticket on
Only eight more shopping days. but for the most part they represent looking for some town where they
Buy your gifts in Clewiston and what we term "average" citizens: might open an office with hope of Christmas Eve

some of the ,money spent may come I folks 'who must engage in some success. Many brokers and agents I A free ticket Riveniil\ each line I'
of practical
gainful occupation but at the same with money and years

back to you. I time are financially able to investin experience would like to get locatedin Hours 2:00 p. m. till '
a business or buy a home. They Florida.
M. Cox has purchased an-
are ready and anxious to locate in When one or more_ of these
other southern paper', the Atlanta I Florida if they can go Into business homeseekers and investors comes

Journal, and appears to be setting I

the stage for another try at the 1'-

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a 1r
to which a live Chamber of
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Clewiston if the active coopera-' J4, } i 1 't? ,.,(' hcrik '
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Inconsistent with the law and its $ :
sound business record, the / i" ,G ,
own ; ,'. ', >r. x' '
State Internal Improvement Board ;(k ( 1- ';t;; .t'n ; p } ',
r" +' + 9
1'n' i
has announced that it will favor dispossessed r4i
owners and lien holdersin

selling land the title of which

reverted to the State of Florida fa a
under the Murphy Act. : i i b r P'.u 7JT

Former owners who didn't pay
their taxes-that's hardly a recommendation
that they will start
paying and lien holders, including
cities and other taxing units; will be

allowed to make double-barreled
bids-one their offer for the prop- o

erty and the other an agreementto
meet the 'highest bid made by

anybody else.Comptroller.
Lee was entirely

right in opposing the plan on the

grounds that it will destroy competitive I
hiding called for in the
law. He said others would be discouraged -
from bidding if they knew,

that the original owners or lien

holders could get the property no

matter how high the bid was against I
them. But Governor 'Cone insistedon

the plan.Certainly. '
the Board should reject -

all bids if it feels the price is

not in line with land values or the I I \ Ot ea ttOtotts eUJhtiti easS Qets to d
J aft ,
of delinquent taxes owed caY ntto4c1e et Nit gvSPt aa ? rco
amount ee1. t ttie :g J4S:r PFsttas1CCetu' Y
by the property. That is merely tt tteaeStt' rlttct totsv4vl fig" 3..; ,
v4sl' "
good business. tb ee cU' theIflstG
all Flor- ALL ,steering column gearshifts look t ty 'thoatt aac sa"Sa; a IQlttte '
But in addition to that, AGENERALMO.ORSVALUE Abe QCt; tea to t"snlsst0 to t01 EF
idans should have equal opportunityto -LA. more or less alike. But only 1 tequutjenan ttlrg g opera lvER

learn the value of these lands Chevrolet's 'New Exclusive Vacuum- e4 tgWfl tt o comP nta11s1Gtn D
and to bid on them at public sales.
Wealthy potential bidders can learn Power Shift acts for itself when you YAiVE IN-HEAD SIX rty ss 0t"2O

and are now learning through sur- touch the lever. Only this'' one advanced t tltest. p+llC
financed by themselves what aeg tO '
steering column gearshift ; A
properties are the most valuable JO
and they will be prepared to bid 80% automatic in operation! 111 &O The Special De Luxe Sport Sedan., $802' '

on them. t
Hundreds of other potential bid- You see, Chevrolet's New Exclusive

ders who are not able to make their I Vacuum-Power Shift has a hidden .
own surveys will be placed at a seri- _. i ?
power cylinder. And this power cylinder
ous disadvantage unless the State

Planning Board promptly reveals goes into action the instant you start AND UP, *at Flint Michigan. ( -' .
the results of a WPA survey of to shift gears. It does 80% of the'work Transportation based
State lands that it is now makingat onrailratesstateandlocalfor p
instead of letting you push and ta\'es' (If any), optional { .' .
you ,
in'taxpayers'money. '
a cost of $140,000 equipment and accessories t ,
( tug and do all the work yourself! extra. Prices subject to T a
So the faithful taxpayers of the change without notice. ---- -- ,. -4
Bumper guards-extra on to
body the land You'want the newest and best-the ::
State ,as. a now own Master 85 Series. -- :II.. ;
and have paid for the information and the
best in driving riding ease,
to guide them in bidding
on it. If they are not given a I I best in styling and road-action-and Y k f "jJ. o e 1 K n Y i r o o B U Y I r .

square deal, if property owners, on all these counts..."Chevrolet's FIRST '
whose failure to pay taxes has clos- ,
ed schools and penalized needy old Again! ._

persons, are unduly favored, then Chevrolets are Shipped to Dealers-NOT DRIVEN OVERLAND!
the \I. I. Board and others responsible -
for it will hear from themat ---

the polls.-Tampa Times.\ CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY .; ..

If quotas are permanently re- ,
moved and farmers of the 'glades

,- are given the "GO" signal, Flor" : ; ePAGE
ida's "sugar bowl", which has never Clewiston l Florida ;: ,

.. been able to meet home needs, can
be filled tQ over-flowing. I



the Miami eleven is regarded as :j and safe walking, it is during the -
j i On Our Markets cidents unrless drivers and pedes-
Cuban Claims one of the topnotch teams in the month of December when every
IJ country. Sparkplug of the team is tl fans cooperate, drive and walk
type of vehicle is the
If.Said Captain Dave Eldredge who scored on highway. carefully. If the record of 91 killedin
I I Based On False Premises 16 touchdowns in."-the nine games. "The State Drivers' License Law 1938 is to bo reduced, you driv-

Nearly 100 schools from every and the new Highway Patrol, whichis "
o ers and walkers must do your part.
part of the United States are seek- now functioning, cannot slop ac
Cuban sugar producers are loud with Cuban costs. Americans should ing to have their teams invited to

1 In their demands for prior rights not be deprived of employment and take part in the Christmas classic I
f to our markets, although their then overcharged for sugar because but as yet no selection has been r- -- -- -- ,, 'I" 1"l" }......
"I.PI' ;:;'q $;!!GlIii:R:1If"QI.faQ''''' ,; i{flft.t #: :) w..."
claims are based on false premises. some of our capitalists hope to made. Seward Park from Manhat ( I
\ ,
Experiences during and after the make tremendous profits out of tan's lower east side was invited
World War as well as the more recent Cuba." but state board of education regu- '

I I experience of early September, lations so far have prevented ac Let Us I I
I clearly demonstrate that Cuba Congress will undoubtedly be ceptance.

wants "all the traffic will, bear". faced with consideration of nunier- Every cent above bare expenses i
Owing to the complete collapse of bus bills to aid the sugar industrynot o.
from the game will be used to You.With :
current sugar legislation, through only of this country but ,also Supply i
failure to protect the consuming of foreign countries, particularlyCuba. fight against infantile paralysis and '

public, it appears probable that the The consumers of sugar out- half of the money will remain in .' i

t next session of Congress will once number the producers more than Dade county, the balance going to < : === ==='=7-==-:==
f more consider ways and means of 1200 to 1. Certainly Congress should national headquarters for research ;" .
dividing up our market betweenr give ireful heed to any action I '
work. Ticket headquarters located : WINDOW CARDS:
ourselves and foreign countries and which might unjustly increase coststo !
on the ground floor of the ','"
other offshore sugarproducingareas. the 130,000,000 sugar ,consumersin .
the United States. nue.duPont Reserved Building seats, 66 are NE$1.65gen 2nd Ave-- .,.:: ';' ;., RULED FORMS-: : i is I

Cuban claims, that her sugar pro- eral admission $1.10 and student "<, s ;, '

duction was increased to over 5- Football Awards To tickets 40 cents.Christmas '; : A LETTERHEADSENVELOPES I

000,000 tons to meet our. needs ,, ,'" .,I. .-'.
during the World War are not sup-
Be Made At Dinner
Fla. HasEarlyHoliday
ported by facts. Cuba's maximum I: '. I

production in any of the war years
was only 3,400,000 tons of which ; Rush '
During, or immediately following, C:', B'ILLI-IEADS I I. !
the United States received but 2- \ ,
& the Christmas vacation, the date ;.f.. ':.
r 100,000 tons / i"
} depending on the arrival of cups Christmas, Fla.-(FNS-To some ';' ..i,
Cuba's maximum production came and other awards which have been two million other Floridans, it I ( ,: HANDBILLSTICKETS t

in 1929, 11 years after the war, ordered, a dinner will be held honoring -. hasn't been Christmas for 354 days I ,,.',.,.' .f.; ....' '. '- ::,:. .
when she produced 5,775,000 short the members of the Tiger now, but for pretty postmistress .; ":.' r, ; '
tons. This excessive production was football squad for the 1939 season. I Juanita S. Tucker of this tiny of- j '}r .' .. '
caused entirely by the greed of At the dinner, which may take fice, the next eleven days will be '; ; .
those who were exploiting the Cu- the form of a barbecue or outdoor labor and thrill packed with plenty i < :,:. ETC.
ban industry, at the expense of the picnic as it did last year the pres- of night work. I
American investor, in the hope that entation of the various awards will The annual trek of something |
the price of sugar could be main- be made such as sweaters, letters like 60,000 pieces of mail to this At a price surprisingly low :
tained at the exorbitant figure of
I and cups. small postoffice from every state in
: 30 cents a pound. I Most interest is In the large gold the United States, and at least a ,

: The plea that granting exclusive cup which is being awarded to the dozen foreign countries began last
rights in our sugar market to Cuba most valuable player on the Tiger month. Today the cancellation ma-

would result in Cuba's buying farm squad by Fr. Lawrence J. Flynn, chine hums at full speed, while IF := = : = =: :,. ;
products from us is not supported I pastor of St. Margaret's Catholic sorting tables pile high with letters ,

by the facts. Comparing 1937 with Church. This cup after the presentation : and packages forwarded to the '
1926 Cuban imports of farm pro- will be on display in a store post-office to be cancelled and bear

ducts has shown very substantial window downtown for a week ,or the insignia "A Joyous Christmas, cQtjality Printing' i
; decreases; corn, eggs and 'canned more. 1939"'. Letters are personally post-
\ tomatoes decreased 99 per cent; ed with a Christmas tree cachet, .
lard compounds 97 per cent; canned I added just as a little extra touch
sausage 96 per cent; hams, salt High Schools Play from 'the comely little ,,woman whois ria ;

pork, corned beef, jerked beef, .a native of this Orange county
cheese and canned milk over 90 For Championship town.

; per cent.. Cuba is not doing with- Extra help is needed to get the

out these things, but she most assuredly rush mail out in time to reach its PHONE 39 AND
t Is not buying them from l\Iiami-FNS- national destination. Each year two Christ-
us, although we are, by far, her football championship will be at mas cards areicceived.,by the post- OUR REPRESENTATIVEWILL
best customer. stake here Christmas night when mistress that she is proud of: ,one

When recently asked to commenton two of America's undefeated high is signed James A. Farley, and the CALL TO ASSIST YOU
the Cuban sugar situation, Clar- school elevens clash at Roddey Bur- other President' and Mrs. Roose-

ence R. Bitting, president of United dine Orange Bowl stadium in a ben- velt. h j.,

,-F. States Sugar Corporation, operating efit game which launches a nationwide -
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/ cane-sugar plantations in the fight against- infantile Safety Precautions ,
Everglades of Florida, stated: paralysis. "

i.I\ :' / "Cuba's relation to our economy is Miami HiglVs undefeated, untied Urged During Xmas ," .. } '>!' LET ESTIMATE; ON :,
a most unusual one for a foreign, Stingarees which won the southern : ."
\ country to occupy. American capi- prep school championship Thursday >
tal developed her resources and her night with a smashing 2C-to-0 'victory Tampa-FNS-"Yes) here .in',
attitude toward that capital is quite over hitherto unbeaten Boys' Florida the traffic daily slaughter I "

apparent. When American capital High of Atlanta have been chosento goes on, on all fronts-38 persons \
I seeks employment in ,foreign countries represent the South against a killed in traffic accidents in Florida -[
I it does so in the hope of greater Northern team to be selected by the I' in the first ten days of December -

return and is a distinct injury to national sports council of Presi-I -an all time high," stated Asher -

our home economy; such capital dent Roosevelt's Birthday Celebration Frank, Director of the Florida
seeking as it does a greater return committee. Safety Council. CLEW'ISTO N NEWS !

than it can earn at home should Tied twice last season, but un- "December is the worst traffic

not attempt to saddle the greater defeated since the early part of the month of the year. No one is think-
risks upon the American consumer. 1938 season, the. Stingarees won all ing about accidents, all are thinkingof I -
I In Florida we pay much higher of their nine games this year and bringing joy and happiness to CLEWISTON FLORIDA

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rrtw; SIXMore .-.- r
-.- I hunting and fishing. IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE F)orida.I ,

Markers 1 ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC On Friday night of last week the I TAVUL/FTH FLORIDA, IN JUDICIAL AND FOR CIRCUIT i1ENIRi OF, each of IS you ORDERED, are hereby that required you, and,to .
Street CHURCH cruiser Pelican returned after spend- COUNTY. IN CIIANCUKY appear In the Circuit Court for Hen- /r\\\
dry County. Florida at LaBelle, 1.101"v 1
J. Fljim, Pastor
1 Rev Lawrence ing the night in Lake Hicpochee ida, and file with the Clerk of said
Soon To Be On Sat CASE NO. Court written
hunting ducks and fishing. your appearance (personally -
Mass each Sunday morning at CLEWISTON REALTY AND DEVEL-, or by attorney) in said suit
I the last Sun urday the cruiser 18 P 657 of St. OPMENT CORPORATION, A Florida on the first Monday in January A.
8 o'clock, excepting Petersburg passed through enroute corporation, D. 1940, being the 1st day of said
C. Owen stated this week: that day of the. month when the time is home from Miami and the 55 ton Plaintiff v. month said clerk, and your thereafter written to defenses fllo with, if

the new street markers placed ata 10:30. I 82 foot yacht Pleiades of New York P. W. HALL and MRS. P. W. HALL, se '}: uBi3 30 niq oqj: o; 'Awe
few principal points along Royal Confessions are heard every Sat- City spent the night at the local his wife et al, amended by in law.said suit at the time prescribed -

Palm Avenue and the highway had urday evening from 7:30 until 8:3C docks proceeding on her way to ORDER Defendants.REQUIRING DEPENDANTS Herein fail not or judgment will
proved very satisfactory in every and before all the Masses. Fort Myers Sunday morning. TO APPEARTO be entered against you by default.,
and preparations were being Week-day Mass every morning al t : P. "W. HALL if alive, and If dead, IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
way to his unknown heirs, devisees lega- this once a week
made to cast more of the markersfor : 8:00 o'clock.Devotions. tees or grantees, and Mrs. P. W. Hall, for four consecutive weeks in The
at most of the busier 1 in honor of Our LadY; his wife: Clewiston News, a newspaper of gen-
placing l"OTICE'The YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thata eral circulation In Hendry county,
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street corners shortly after the first of Perpetual Help are 'conductsFriday I suit has been brought against you Florida.
at 8 o'clock, for- to quiet and confirm the title of
the evenings DONE AND ORD) RED at the
year. of the Stock-
annual meeting
Realty and Development
Clewiston ,
I Clerk's office City of LaBelle. Flo'iida '
of the Mori -
The rapid growth of the city lowed by Benediction holders of First Bank of Clewistonwill Corporation, a Florida corporation, as this 30th day of November, 1039
and each of you to the
during the past few years has made Blessed Sacrament. be held in the office of the against following you described real property In (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
the placing of street markers almost Religious Instruction Class foi ; Bank at Clewiston, Hendry County, Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: Clerk Circuit Court
that a children Saturday morning at nin< Lot 14, Block 173, as per General Countv Florida.
necessity in order I January 4th, MERSHON SAWYER
a Florida on Thursday Plan of Clewiston, Florida according EVANS. &
may be directed to any par- here in Clewiston, and after Sundaj; O'clock P. M. to Plat thereof recordedin Miami Florida.
1940 at Eight
person Plat Book 2, pages 7 to 14; Solicitors for Plaintiff
ticular point in the town. Mass in Pahokee. Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier. Public Records of Hendry County, 200-Dec. 181522.
Other city improvement work The Mass schedule of Pahokee i:

now underway includes the marl 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the
surfacing of Corona Street from 1 last Sunday of the month, whet I I -
Osceola Street across the highwayto Mass is at eight o'clock.: The pub !I
Ventura and the completion of lie, regardless of religious belief,

the walkway sidewalk for: school San Pedro students'from to givea is always welcome in this church DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HILLS ?

the school house to the highway.. ':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;. ..
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Added Service .'

(By Knotts) j'A

Jacksonville (FNS) Faced :M..:N NNNMN..:..:N N:..:N N:..:N NMti NNMNN:., ,

with the heaviest bus travel in I : ,
years and all indications pointingto (Moore Haven Democrat) '

a record breaking tourist season On November 22nd the Koka: ..:::......
the Florida Motor Lines plan to in- New
Dura, a collapsible canoe, of
augurate additional bus service York passed through on her way to
throughout the state with faster Fort Myers and the tug Lieut. Gov. G Eo

and more frequent schedules. Simpson returned from towing the u
On December 15, a fleet of new Dredge Congaree to Fort Myers. The !

modern streamlined airconditionedbuses Following' day the cruiser YI-IV of : (
will be f
of the \bsecon, N. J.' made the crossing
placed in service, it was announcedthis snroute to St. Petersburg.Late .
week by President P. G. Howe.
in the night of November26th _
These new 1940 buses offer thetraveler the cruiser Sheff's Pal III ___ __
every comfort and con-
venience. Thermostatic control main- ame in and tied up at the. local
locks after making a night crossing
tains an even temperature summer
Df the lake. She was enroute to her I
and winter; a complete change
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home port of St. Marks. ;'" ;.
air in the bus occurs every 90 seconds -
while refrigeration unit is Early in the morning of November ti>
employed for cooling and hot water I: 29th the cruiser Fishtales of ', ;; ;J tt

circulation. for heating. : Bay Shore, N. Y., came through on ( I Ir

New type seats, utilizing the recently tier way to Miami. She was in I .
developed "fair-foam" cush- command: of Captain Ed Watts, Jr., ,
ions provide an extremely com- a frequent visitor last winter in the .
fortable ride. Indirect lighting fix- cruiser Gleam. The cruiser SeaBird

tures of unbreakable plastics, insu- 'of New York passed through .

lated side walls and many other Dn her way to Fort Myers. Early
improvements- included in these the next morning the cruiser Dawning ,

new models in addition to the air-I of Langley Field, Va., came
conditioning units.SCHOOL. i through enroute to Sarasota.
December 1st the tug Escort passed utF C souKE LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
through enroute from Miami to 1N t tip0 0
fi! I Fort Myers with a barge load of ,i N04t SOtDjCA1iDi INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR -

fuel for the Dredge Congaree. She l
NEWSEditor returned in the morning of December ,- -

4th. The auxiliary cutter, Escape

_._..........._ Dick Patterson af Port Lavaca, Texas, also came .................. ............................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:.)
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December 4th enroute : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ..................... .. ..
through on -: : : : : : : : : : : : .. ............ .... .
Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges to her home port. The following -:;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :':":":";':':':':"xi: '

Sports Editor _._.. Dick Tarleton lay the cruiser Doey-Ann-Jane of f =. : S
Assistant Sports Editor 3t.., Petersburg passed through on .=.:: A Y...
Louise Lciter her way to Miami. Later in the .s..".

Society __._..._.-_. Marie Robbins lay the cruiser Como of Boston, I.S..s..:..:. '-. :
AN :;::;:
Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby Mass., came through on her way :::;: ENJOY ',

Humor ........___.... Ed Von Mach to Titusville. The captain evinced l :

Advisor ............_.......... Mr. Lado his intention of spending a few :',iY jjij

lays on Lake Okeechobee huntingand _$ : ,. .. ALL ELECTRIC
v fishing. Westbound the sam Y :.
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Thistle of ;'
day was the cruiser :; :: 'i >
Cleveland, Ohio on her way to St. ,-,
A new club has been organized Petersburg. i :/, HOMEi : :

'tin school. It is a Biology Club, or- December 6th the cruiser Fisl' 1 :.s:.:::
ganized by the students of the tales returned from Miami to Fort ; ;, .;..+,
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of discussing "
Biology class for the purpose AV
Myers followed in a short time by i '. .:..s_
subjects which the class the auxiliary sloop Culson of Per. I.If +.;.
time does not permit. The club sacola bound for Fort Lauderdal< .. :::::: ....
members plan to do some research s : the modern servant a servant that :::::
Last Friday" the cruiser Barat 01 I :_:;_: @ Electricity is ; :

work, in the biology field. I Detroit, a 38 ton craft made the; :" of both the work, and the pleasures of the :;::::
Carlton Prevatt is president of care
I Eastbound crossing after spendinthe : :i:::

the club, Sam Lang vicepresidentand night at the local docks. Shon; :;: home and one that will. do everything quickly, efficiently n... :
Dick Tarlton is secretary. ly after noon the cruiser Pelican 01 .
Julia Oglesby. Ormond Beach came in and pn .i.::+: and economically. + :.
ceeded to Lake Hicpochee wherE : U

SPANISH CLUBAt she expects to spend a few: day : :!: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or
the meeting or the Spanish
Club Tuesday morning Mr. Lado ;_ give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :::::1:

taught the members the words to I is :;::!:
"America" in Spanish. Also three know :;::;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY .'. .

of"the members acted out a Spanish 00 yoU ::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ::A
play. The players were: Bill Davisas It :::::1: ,5.1 r
I II .J.Y.
Osano, Doris Hodges as Louisa, bow eaAlf = Y
and Dick Tarlton as Fedenco. tobuYbuiId : 's. a That is why it is so easy to have: and enjoy a h.:ii::!
be !: ;: w Julia Oglesby. ould I !! that is all electric and modern. -- :!::;:
or :;::!:

Flipse Secures Use Of it --

Registered Stallion ref nai\.c a fX Y

I th Y SERV ::::
home :::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR v.y.i

Moore Haven Democrat .s.
Dr. :M. J.- Flipse of Miami, ownerof Owt pian yAY

Silver Lake Ranch in the northwestern :::::1: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.

part of this county, was fX i
notified this week by letter from FULL DETAILS GIVEN...
officials that stallion -
army an army
which has been in use for breeding .i.'s.
will be shipped to him
from Mississippi the middle of this AV
Buying a home II iI .;...
month. ::
Dr. Flipse has a large number of I of your own is 11 I i
mares on his ranch and the use of the finest type :

this the stallion finest will type permit of horses.the raisingof I of thriftClewiston ii\ Glades Power and light Co. iv !

Federal : :
Elliott B. Hadley, St. Petersburg, I 1 :c?:
was elected president of the Florida .
',: ,Association of Architects! at Savings and LoanAS3Qciation' i .+?..+.
., : ; .s.

_ their annual convention last week : .. .... ....... .......... ......... .. -:.:..:..:,,):": .. ..:..:..:...:..:..:..:...:.:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:. ew
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r I Mrs.: Robert G. George left Sun- I I KIWANIS OFFICERS SCHOOL I met at the Clewiston Community Is Your Subscription Paid? 'j

f day for Dexter, Missouri, where church Tuesday evening. The pro-
C she was summoned by the critical J. E. Beardsley, A. W. Lawrence I gram was in the charge of the 1

[ Personals ] illness of her mother Mrs. and R. M. Bishop of the local Clewiston group and the leader was :MECHANICAL; STRUCTURAL
ine Kleffer. She made the Kather-I Kiwanis club attended the annual I Edgar Curry. Refreshments were ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

ii. an airplane piloted by Kiwanis school of instructionfor served by the host society. Groups Maps Estimates Ii
ler. officers held in Fort Lauderdale representing Pahokee, Lake Harbor,
1 Tuesday. Officers of .Kiwanis clubs Moore Haven, Canal Point and JOHN II. DOTY ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent '
'1 Mrs.' William Lucaa of HasbruckHill from Clewiston to Coral Gables at Belle Glade belong to this Union Engineering Consultant
; Wednesday In West Palm Beach'. and the of their 'I
tended. place
Staten Island, New York arrived holding Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.CClfiNNeH ..
by plane the first of the week The school stressed citizenship monthly socials is arranged in alphabetical '

Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton for a visit with her sister Mrs. H. responsibilities, addresses being order; the next meeting j

spent Friday in Fort Myers. J. B. Scharnberg and her son, John given by Roe Fulkerson, Hollywood, will be at the Lake Harbor Community I -1' "
editor of the national Kiwanis magazine church on the second Tues-
I Lucaa. The visit was made particu- Scientifically, .. Broken LCnse, % ,.b'
:Miss Ruth Marshall spent Saturday larly to welcome her new grand- Newt Lummus, Miami, district day in January. A large and en- Fitted And Repaired ':: Bupllente d,.",, 'y -f.'Z..
\ governor and G. H. Martin, Fort thusiastic crowd enjoyed the Clew- "L,
daughter. DR. F. D. GUDBAUR
in West Palm Beach. .
[ Lauderdale, district lieutenantgovernor iston program.PENTECOSTAL.
i elect. OptometristPhone

Mrs. Glen Etherfon and Mrs. V. Attending tfie Southwest Florida ...' CHURCH JUS' 5 Collier Arcade '

C. Woodward visited in Canal Point Teachers association annual meetingin Fort MjerH: Florida
: MRS.: HARE HOSTESS AT South Clewiston
f-. I Fort Myers Saturday were R. W. Successor to K. H. OakleyJohnson's
Turk Robert Lado, Ernest Hall,
Services Every Sunday:
Mrs.: J. 'E. Baker, Mrs. G. B. Thomas j'
, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., entertainedher Sunday school at 9:45.
Kolstine Mrs. Mack
Mrs. E. H. ,
f bridge club at her home recently Morning worship at 11 a. m.
Greene, Mrs. Wallace Arey MissAlice Fish CampNear
Wednesday. ,. awarding high score prize to I Young Peoples meeting G p. m.
r, Steinholtz, :Miss Ruth Knight, I
Mrs. Carl Derner.Refreshments Rev. M. M. Dudley, director. Hurricane Gate)
Miss Evelyn Burhans and Miss I. (
of hamburgers and Evangelistic services 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. Zerney: Meredith has returned Evelyn BclL Clewiston, Fla. l
coffee were served to Mrs. Berner, Tuesday evening service 7:30 p.
from a week's! visit with :relatives Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. John El- m. Boats and Motors-Guide Service I
Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mrs. C. E.
in Jacksonville and Orlando. more, Mrs. V. Woodward, Mrs.A. Friday' evening service 7:30 p. Rates Reasonable .
Nail left this morning for Jackson-
C. Carlton, Mrs. Foy Durrence, m. W. H. Johnson, Mgr.J.1VL I
ville. Mrs. Nall will go'on by bus
Mrs. E. W. Durst and Miss Mil- I Mrs. C. E. Miner and Mrs. R. J. The public is cordially invited to
to Madison to spend the holidays ,
dred Durst spent Friday and Saturday Lee. attend all services.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
'I M.: M. DUDLEY, pastor. I
1 in Miami.
A. Monroe. Mrs. Kelly will meet .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. I
Mrs. J. A. McGehee and Mrs. E.. Hood of Concord, Ga., and bring i WITH PARTY FOR BIRTHDAY FOR, MODERN PLUMBINGSee at Law '
Counselor and Attorney ,
L. Stewart were visitors Tuesdayin them home Monday ,to spend the I Members of the Community ,,. n. McCOLLUMPlumbing Hopkins Building j'

Fort Myers. holidays with her. I Church choir surprised their direc- and Heating Wednesdays and Saturdays.

---- tor, J. E. Beardsley, Saturday even- Sehnlt ApnrtmentH, Florida 0:30 to 4:00 j jI
Mr., and Mrs. A. A. Dobbins and KITCIIHN. SHOWER HONOIISIECENT following decision I
ing with a birthday party
family spent Sunday visiting in choir practice. ---- -

Members were invited to the
Kelsey City.Mrs. .
William Johnson, who priorto
her marriage November 4th was manse where a delightful buffet GIFT BOXES OF CITRUS FRUITS
George Terrell and son, Don supper was served.
Miss Kathryn Graham, was the recipient !
left Thursday to visit .relatives in of a surprise kitchen shower Those attending were Mr. and Send A Box of FLORIDA] Sunshine
Mrs. James E. Beardsley, Mr. and y
Blackshear, Ga., for Christmas.Mrs. given her Monday evening at the
Mrs. Robt. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. 1
home of Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pen- \
C. H. Pough arrived Wed- Ileton. 3. E. Robbins, :Mrs. Josephine Robbins We Pack and Ship Fancy >tmas Gift, Boxes
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Doty,
nesday from West Virginia to join Guests were Misses Betty Spicer, I Rev.[ and Mrs. Kent Pendleton, Miss Also we have a big supply of Xmas Trees

her husband: who is employed here. Beulah[ Guthrie, Maxine Doty, Lee I Marion Leydig, Mrs. Blanche Turner :!
Pridgen, Audrey McLaughlin, Louise ... SEE
'I Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Ed ;
Glen Etherton and Jack Kinsey Hollingsworth[ Marie Robbins, June Curry and Wesley Powell. .
j made a business trip to West Palm Hooker[ Florence Graham and Marion I Mr. and Mrs. Toulis

Beach Thursday. Leydig, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. J. CLEWISTON FLA.
Dick Pat &
I ---- Graham, J. D. Hooker,

I Mrs. C. W. McDonald and son, terson, Jimmy Hall Ed Curry, Wesley Dick Tarlton had the misfortune -
l; Powell, Dick Owen and lIuni i
Harry of Belle Glade were visitors
u.o; chip a bone in his left fore arm
here Wednesday.Mr. selle; Stone.llAPTIST .
r Thursday afternoon while playing

ouch: football at school. The injured .. '
and Mrs. Fred Dykes, who W. M. S. HOLDS
: member is mending nicely.
recently moved to Clewiston, have BUSINESS :MEETING: TUESDAYMrs.

taken an apartment at the Williamson BIRTHS

home., H. G. McLeroy led the devotional n : TWO APPEALS
service at the business
f -
Mr. and Mrs. John Lucaa are ,
Mrs. Foy Durrence, Miss Mae Lily meeting of the W. M. S. Tuesday who
parents of a baby daughter,
Stone and Mrs. Viola Stone were afternoon. After prayer by Mrs. A. Sun-
was born in the local hospital Fund
Palm Wed R. Broadfoot from the officers the American Legion
,'c: visitors, in West Beach reports _lay morning.Mr. < Contribute to
W nesday. and chairmen -of committees _

were heard. I and Mrs. Carr Settle of Moore d- for the Community Christmas tree.
Miss Virginia Lawhon is recuperating Sandwiches and an iced drink -
of daughter
I ( Haven are parents: a baby
in the Clewiston hospital following were served following the close of'
who arrived Tuesday. The baby
Mrs. R. J. Blount Chamber of Commerce mem-
an appendectomy performed the meeting by has been named Sandra Lou. Get your
Tuesday night. and Mrs. W. R. Broaderick.;

Miss Mae Palmer-, Miss Hazel Cato Others, Mrs.present C. E.were. Simmons Mrs., Fred Mrs. IIIlilmIIlmIlllllmiIIllffil!!!! !II!! }! !!! !!:I I!'mlillilill1I![ !!! !lmlmlilm! :! !!.!!,; bership paid for 193940.,

Prince A. W. Johnson, J. H. McRee M. A. Thomas, Mrs. F.V.. Dykes ,11 WITH THE

and Charles Bolton spent Sunday Mrs. A. R. Adams, Mrs. M. C. Vow- G

afternoon in Fort Myers. ell, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mrs.
I H. Warren, Mrs. H.O.: W'I I ChurchesFIRST B I

: Miss Tillie Geiger and Mrs. Marguerite Mrs. V. L. Springer, Mrs. G. p ar.lm J. E. Beardsley

: Bass of Miami spent the Hatch, Mrs. R. H. Crawford, Mrs.L. .]! l1I1m mmlmm mmmilmll!! >>imlIim! !!! lliliimm! !i
week-end in Clewiston visiting Mrs. C. Miller, Mrs. Alex McGowen,
Ruth B. Owen. Mrs. C. R. Kruger, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, 15AI| TIST CHURCH Real Estate

Ji '- Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. A. D. Rev. H. G. McLeroy, Pastor

Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Doug Royer Dixon, Mrs. M. C. Doke, Mrs J. ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER

Mrs. II. J. B. Scharnberg and H. Davis, Mrs. D. B. Allen, .Mrs. I. Sunday school every Sunday 9:45 l'UONE 60

11rs.Villiam Lucaa spent Tuesday S. Bell and Mrs. E. M. Cornette. i. m. B. E. Herring, Supt. ? HOPKINS BLDG. I
{ in Miami. Morning worship at 11 a. in.

ATTENDS BEAUTY CONVENTIONMiss I sermon by pastor. : it }t
Mr. and Mrs. John Davis have Baptist Training Union 6:15,

returned to their home in Black- Hazel Prince of the Clewis- Arch Hodges, Supt.I

shear after a visit with :Mr and ton Inn :Beauty Shop returned Saturday [ Evening worship 7:30 sermon by

1 Mrs. W., A. Davis. from Miami where she attended I pastor. .._....................................................................'........."........ ...06. ....................".................................-..." 11 .., .
1 the meeting of the Florida Monday 3:30 Sunbeams meet at 1 ----
Mrs. W. T. Wheeles is spendingsome Hairdressers and Cosmetologists, As- I church with Mrs. Herman Davis in 1 & -- l

time in Fort Myers visitingher sociation. I charge. X.
son-in-law and daughter, 'Mr. The two groups of G. A.'s are { I ,.

and Mrs. James M.: Boyd. IMPORTANT NOTICE TO having their special Christmas pro- ::. vCLEVISI0N

GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS grams Monday evening at 7:30 the

Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. R. Y. Intermediates with Doris Hodgesand GOLF i j

I Patterson, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Garden Club members are requested the Juniors with Jo Ann Wal- _.

G. H. Small and Mrs. C. E. Miner 'to meet in the school build- ker. I

were business visitors in Miami ing at 2 p. m.. Friday, December Choir practices to be announced i

Tuesday. 22nd, to assist with preparing pack- later. .
ages; for ,the Community Christmastree. Cottage prayer meeting Tuesday COUI(1iC'! I I .i.'.

, "'t'. Wilbur Goff returned to Clewis- 9 a. m, with Mrs. Hodges. ::: I ,..t.f ..
ton' Tuesday after an, absence of six Mid week teachers and officers .::0 ; '
..., .. !
; :;:
,months, during which time he has MRS. ALSTON ENTERTAINSAT meeting and prayer meeting Wednesday :f ..; l.t >. -".

been employed by the Arundel Corporation CHRISTMAS PARTY 7:15 p. m. .. i ,. : ; .i.'t.
1 In Albany, New York. On Friday at 7:30 p. m. the Sun- '.;' -- 't.
The Wednesday afternoon bridge day school is fostering; a Christmas .'. I : :;:

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. IingVayne club held its Christmas meeting at tree at the church. There is being :: I :;:

King, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dodge the home of Mrs. D. G. Alston this an interesting and helpful program :i: .----7- :- : _" .' .. __. ':'
and Rev. and Mrs. H. G. McLeroywere week. At the bridge game Mrs. I. I I. planned for that time. .:. i --

shopping in West Palm Beach. M. Pafford won high score and received -' The public is invited to attendall

Saturday. a Fostoria dish, Mrs. J. W. services.COMMUNITY. Public I
t the
Ezelle 'won cut prize and receiveda !, Open

Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford spent i pottery bud vase. Mrs. C. W. McDonald CHURCH

Tuesday in Miami. Their daughter, received a pottery vase as. Kent Pendleton, Minister ,t.

Mary Kay, accompanied them and guest prize. ..:' ---.--. .- -.-- -" -- -. .:.
spent the day with Rev. and Mrs. Names had been drawn for agift Bible School convenes at 9-15: t.1 ::
Forest C. Taylor in Fort Lauderdale.Ora exchange and these were distributed a. m. B. C. Flaniken is superintend i I
by Mrs. Alston. A surprise ent. :f

E. Chafin of Fort 'Myers handkerchief shower 'was given to The morning worship is at 11 a. !. __ '"",- ,:.

I spent a few days in Clewiston on Mrs. T. B. Shelley who is leavingsoon m. and the sermon topic will be:
business this week. Mr. Chafin is to make her home in Miami. "The Eternal Purpose". x
an official of the Lions club, and Tallies and.tahle decorations car- t
i was here In the interest:: of that ried out the holiday color scheme J. E. Beardsley is choir director. ._ Moderate Greed Fees :;:
Mrs. Doty is pianist. :;:
j organization. of red and green.Sandwiches .
t The C. E. Society meets on Monday Fairways ..2*:
I dessert, cake and i:1:;: Exceptional
i the evening at 7CO.: Dick Patter-
j, Attending Miami-Georgia coffee were served by the hostess
:, football game in Miami Friday to Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Pafford, son is the president and the pro- :iilll: Int resting Greens I

night were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wil- Mrs. Shelley, Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. gram leader will be Betty Spicer. : ..

C son Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop Keathley Bowden Mrs. L. C. Miller, I The regular monthly social, of : -- ..---. -
i I f Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Royal and' Mr.i Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. IL; R.: the Okeechobee Union of C. E. societies 11.:1 :-.:..:N;;:1.1..:N;M N N M:N.--.M M:..;1M N NN N.N..:N N N..N N N:N;..N:-:.a-N..N;.:N:-:.

, :/ ". and Airs Sidney, Crochet._ L- Hall and Mrs. 'W, H Lanier* i < and Epworth-, Leagues, etc.,

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Situation in Few WordsOne

DIM LANTERNBy Sunday afternoon the silence -

was shattered by the soundof

an uproar from the kitchen.

Voices were raised in indigna-

tion; there were loud and violent

arguments and much

. TEMPLE: BAILEY banging about.

The mistress of the house hurried -

i down to investigate and
reached the kitchen just as the

angry voices reached a deafening
crescendo of sound.

CHAPTER XV-Continued "Adelaide! Don't take it like the thing could be done-it could be your uncle. So we are leaving at "What on earth is all this shout-
-23- that." done. once. ing about?" she demanded. "Tellme

Then Eloise and Edith came in, "I can't help it. You are going He flew up the steps on the wingsof "I can't tell you what the thoughtof what does all this noise

and presently the men, and Lucy out of my life. And you've always his delight. He would ride like these two days with you meantto mean?"

and Del from a trip to the small been so strong, and big, and brave. the wind to Virginia-find Edith in a me. And now I must give them "If you please, mum," repliedthe

porkers, and Adelaide going out with No other man will ever match you." rose-garden, fling himself at her up. Perhaps I must give you up, hot-eyed and Banting maid.

Del to dinner was uncomfortablyaware When he spoke, his voice had a feet Declare his good fortune! And I don't know. I came with high "me and cook's not speakin'."

that Jane had either artlesslyor new and softer note. "I didn't dreamit he would see her eyes! .hopes. I go away without any hopeat

artfully refused to discuss with would hurt you." Packing his bag, he decided to all. But I love you." English LandlordsAt

her the women who had been loved "You might have known." stop in Washington, and perpetratea

by Frederick Towne! The lightning flickering along the few extravagances. Something for Edith read the note twice, then
put it to her lips. She dared least 45,000,000 of Great Britain's -
Edith. Something for Jane. Some- hardly
The dinner was delicious. "Our horizon showed Adelaide standing
"' thing for himself. There would be admit to herself the keenness of 47,000,000 population do not
farm products Delafield boasted. beside Towne's chair.
own an inch of land. On the other
her disappointment.She .
Even the fish, it seemed, he had I "Ricky" the whispered words no harm in looking his best ,hand, some have had vast proper-

caught that morning, motoring over reached Jane-"kiss me oncetosay He arrived at Grass Hills in time stood for a long time at the ties, such as the marquis of Bute

to the river and bringing them backto 'good-by.' for lunch. His little flivver came up I window looking out. Why had Jane who, last year, sold a part of his

be split and broiled and served the drive as proudly as a limou- decided not to marry Uncle Fred- holdings to a syndicate for $100-

with little new potatoes. There was CHAPTER XVI sine. And Baldy descending wasa erick? What had happened since 000,000.

chicken and small cream and gallant figure. There yesterday afternoon?
asparagus, gay was The sale included not only half
cheeses with the salad, heaped-up Young Baldwin Barnes, on Satur- no One in sight but the servants who From Edith's window she could I of Cardiff, the world's largest coal
berries in a Royal Worcester bowl, took his bag, and drove his see the south lawn. The servants
day morning, ate breakfast alone in I car port, but also 20,000 of its homes
roses from the garden. "All home- around to the garage. A maid in were arranging a buffet luncheon.
the little house. He read his paper and 500 of its stores, saloons,
grown," said the proud new hus- and drank his coffee. But the savor I rose linen said that Mr. and Mrs. Little tables were set around-and theaters and industrial plants.-

band. of He missed I Simms were at, the stables. Miss wicker chairs. Adelaide, tall and Collier's.

Jane ate with little appetite. She Jane. Her was engaging gone. chatter the. Towne was on the links with the fair, in her favorite blue and a broad
had refused to discuss with Adelaidethe spirited challenge, even the small ir other guests, and would return from black hat stood by one of the little

former heart affairs of her be- ritations. "She is such darling- the Country Club in time for lunchat tables. She was feeding the pea-

trothed, but the words rang in her I. dear his homesick meditation.Oh a two o'clock. Miss Barnes was cock with bits of bread. She madea
ears, "The women that Ricky has up-stairs. Her head had ached, and picture, and Towne's window
loved." a man needed a woman on she had had her breakfast in bed. faced that way.
the other side of the table. And "I wonder-" Edith said and WELL ENOUGHTO
Jane was young. And to youth, "Will you let her know that I am ,
when Jane married what then? ,
was stopped. She remembered comingin
love is'for the eternities. The here?" TELL HERNOTFEEUNG
Edith! from the movies the night be-
thought of herself as one of suc-
a The maid went and downto
Oh if he might! If Philomel might up
fore and finding Adelaide and Towne
cession of Dulcineas'was .
degrading.She sing for her! Toast and poached say that Miss Barnes was in the WELL, YES GUESS
out on the porch. And where was
restless and It
was unhappy. second gallery-and would he JAN AGDiN\ DONE
eggs! Nectar and ambrosia! His go Jane?
useless to herself that /NO/GEST/ON?
was assure right up. \ FOR TI//S
little house a castle! Towne did not eat lunch. He
Towne had chosen her above all the EDENNGe
The second gallery looked out ,
"But it isn't mine the ,
own, young
pleaded important business and had
rest. She was not sophisticated ,
over the river. Jane lay in a Jong
reminded himself "there is
poet ; his car brought around. But
enough to that it is every-
assume per- chair. She was pale, and there were
still the He down
haps, better to be a man's last love mortgage. came shadows under her eyes. body knew that he was followingJane.

than his first. That Towne had madeit "Oh, look here, Janey," Baldy Mystery was in the air. Ade-
laide was restless. Only Edith knew
possible for any woman to speakof i blurted out, "is it as bad as this?"
him as Adelaide spoke, seemedto the truth. LISTEN /HAYESOMEPHLLPS'MLKOFMAGNESA
!, "I'm just-lazy. She sat up and After lunch she told "Jane
Jane to drag her own relation to Lucy. TABLETS
him in the dust. kissed him. Then buried her face in isn't going to marry Uncle Fred. Idon't /Nd1YPOCK TAKER COUPLE.
his coat and wept silently. Yarn
know why. But I am afraid
The strength 'of the wind in- '
"For heaven's sake, Jane," he pat- that it is breaking house BEOX + t
creased. The table was shelteredby i !tu 97 fRi.r up your FAST
ted her shoulder, "what's the mat- "
the house, but at last Delafield party. 7VWKS.UTW
decided, "We'd better go in. The ter'? "I hope it is," said Lucy, calmly. /
rain is coming. We can have our 'I want to go home. "Delafield is bored to death. He THEMBVT -

coffee in the hall." He looked" blank. "Home? wants to get back to his pigs and

"Yes. She stopped crying. roses. I am speaking frankly to ixoua
Their leaving had the effect of a
w "Baldy, something has happenedand you because I know you understand. ;_i AREAMAZMG. r
stampede. Big drops splashed into I've got to tell you.tt Tensely, I want our lives to be bigger and aiEe /'VEVEZFELTeETTERM
the plates. The men servants and with her hands _
about her
e 1s clasped broader than they would have beenif
maids scurried to the rescue of 1 AIYUfE1zs
knees, she rehearsed for him the we hadn't met. And as for you"her -
china and linen.
V scene between Adelaide and >Frederick voice shook a little-"you'll
The 'draperies of the women Towne. And when she finishedshe always be a sort of goddess bless- ? MO LOI/ELy LAPy ]
streamed in the wind. Adelaide's
"I can't him.
marry ing our hearth.
tulle was a banner of green and H'/TH0VT
blue. The peacock came swiftly up "Of course not. A girl like you. Edith bent and kissed her, emo- THEM )

the walk, crying raucously, and You'd be miserable. And that's the tion gripping her. "Your hearth is Alkalize quick with these mint-
found a sheltered spot beneath the end of it. blessed without me," she said, "but like tablets the instant you feel
steps. "Utterly miserable." She stared I'll always be glad to come." add indigestion di.t ess.

From the wide hall, they saw .the before her. Then presently she wenton. Towne, riding like mad along the The old days of embarrassment are

rain in silver sheets. Then the doors "I stayed up-stairs all the morn- Virginia roads, behind the compe- gone! Now at the first sign of "acid

were shut against the beating wind. ing. Lucy and Edith have been tent Briggs, pondered over Jane's indigestion" distress-quick, take
perfect dears. I think Edith lays it letter."I 2 Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tab
They drank their coffee and .
to the announcement of my engage- lets that you carry right in your
bridge tables were brought in. There ment tonight. That I was dread- was not up-stairs last night pocket or purse. ,
were enough without Jane to form It's wonderful that eactl of these
ing it. Of course it mustn't be an- when you came. I was asleep in
two tables. And she' tiny flavored tablets
was glad. She peppermint
nounced, Baldy. the window-seat of the living-room,
all the
wandered into the living-room and contains good alkalizing
curled herself in a windowseat.The He stood up, sternly renouncing just off the porch. And your voice benefits of a full teaspoonful of
window up the I his dreams. "Get your things on, waked me and I heard what you liquid Phillips' Milk of Magnesia,
opened on porch. Jane, and I'll take you home. You said, and Mrs. Laramore. And ]I known the world over for its fast

Beyond the white pillars she couldsee Towne, riding like mad along can't stay here, of course. We can can't marry you. I know how muchyou've actionin relieving"gas",nausea and

the road, and the rain-drenched the Virginia roads.to decide later what it is best to do." done for me-and I shall stomach upsets 'om excess acids.Don't .
garden. risk embarrassing yourself

After'a time the rain stopped, earth, cleared the table, fed the I "I don't see how I can break it off. never will take forget me your home.goodness." Baldy and others.Just be sure to get a box
He's done much for I can't of genuine Phillips' Milk of Magnesia
and the world showed clear as crys- pussy-cats. Then he went down to so us.
tal against the opal brightness of the post-box to get the mail. ever-pay him-" Enclosed was a pink check. Tablets today and carry them
the western sky. The peacock came In Baldy's pocket was the pink Towne blamed Adelaide furiously. you always.
The Barnes' mail was rarely voluminous MILK
out of his and slip. He took it out and handed it PHILLIPS' OF
hiding-place; draggeda rarely interesting. A bill Of course it was her fault. Such MAGNESIA
long to his sister. "Jane I.got the prize. TABLETSMind
heavy tail over the sodden foolishness. And sentimentality.
or two, a letter from Judysomefutile "
lawn.It advertising stuff. Two thousand dollars. I And he had been weak enough to

was cool and the air was sweet. "Baldy!" Her tone was incredu- fall for it. the MinutesI

Jane lay with her head against a This morning, however, there wasa lous.He Yet, as he cooled a bit, he was recommend you to take care

cushion, looking out. She was lonely long envelope. In one corner was had no joy in the announce- glad that Jane had showed her re- of the'minutes, for the hours will

and wished that Towne would come. the name of the magazine to which, ment. The thing had ceased to mean sentment. It was in keeping with take care of themselves.Chesterfield. -

Perhaps in his presence her doubts nearly six months before, Baldy had freedom-it had ceased to mean- his conception of her. Her innocencehad -

would vanish. It grew dark and sent his prize cover design. The Edith. It meant only one thing at flamed against such sophistication. -

darker. Jane shut her eyes and at thing had almost gone out of his the moment, to free Jane from bond- There might, too, be a hint
thoughts. He had long ceased to
last she fell
asleep. of jealousy. Women were like that. D
She was waked by Towne's voice. hope. Money did not miraculously age.He gave Jane the letter and she Jealous.As ,

He was on the porch. "Where is fall into one's lap. read it. ,"It is your great oppor- they whirled through Washington -
He tore open the envelope. Within QUICK, WITH THIS FIRST-THOUGHT
everybody tunity. Briggs voiced his fears. "If we F/RST-AID/ FOR HEAD COLDS' NASAL j
letter and
It was Adelaide who answered was a closely typed a "Yes." He refused to discuss that meet a cop it will be all up with us, MISERIES. PENETRO NOSE DROPS I
him. "They have motored into Alex- pale pink check. aspect of it. "And it comes in the Mr. Towne." -2 DROPSI--THEY SOOTHE AS THEY!

andria to the movies. Eloise would The check was for two thousand nick of time for you, old dear." chance TOUCH.THEY COOL AS THEY VAPORIZE!
have it. But I stayed-waiting for i dollars. He had won the prize! "Take a Briggs. Give THEY SHRINK AS / T,
Their flight hurried A
was a one. her more gas. We've got to get ACT-AMD { '
THEY ; ,
you, Ricky." ,Breathless with the thought of it, note for Lucy and ,one for Towne.A there." FRESH-AIR t

"Where's Jane?" deprived of strength, he sat downon note for Edith! With all their speed, however, it BREATHING '

"She went up-stairs early. Likea the terrace steps. Merrymaidand Jane was not well was the reason was four o'clockvhen they reached I IS FREER

sleepy child." the kitten came down and an- given their hostess. The note to Sherwood. Towne was still in the AGAIN.

Jane heard his laugh. "She is a gled for attention, but Baldy over- Towne said more than that. And clothes he had worn on' the links.

child-a darling child." looked them utterly. The letter the note left for Edith was-renun- He had not eaten since ,breakfast. p D

Then in the darkness Adelaide was astounding. The magazine had ciation. He felt the strain. t

said, "Don't, Ricky." not only given him the prize but they Edith coming home to luncheon
the whereon
"Why not?" wanted more of his work. They found the note in her room. All He stormed up terrace,

"Do you remember that once would pay well for it-and if he the morning she had been filled with e he had climbed in the snow. Tyrants Need Fear

upon a time you called me-a dar- would come to New York at their glorious anticipation. Baldy would He rang the bell. It whirred and None but tyrants have any business -

ling child?" expense, the art editor would like to arrive in a few hours. Together whirred again in the silence. The 1o be afraid.-Hardouin de

"Did I? Well, perhaps you were. talk it over! they would walk down that trellised house was empty.TO Perefixe.
You are certainly a very charming Baldy, looking up from the pregnant path to the fountain, they would sit ( )

woman." phrases and catching Merry- on the marble coping. She would .

Jane, listening breathlessly, assured maid's eye upon him, demanded, trail her hand through the water. Towns Named With Numbers t h ,
herself that of course he was "Now, what do you think of that? Further than that she would not let Several American towns are GOODDIUO AT ,/ ,

polite. He had to be. Shall I resign from the office? I'll her imagination carry her. It was named with numbers, such as Six STOICSThe ,

Adelaide was speaking. "So you tell the world, I will." enough that she would see him in West Virginia; Seventy Six, Ken acct y C"eornE

are going to make the announcement Oh, the thing might even make it that magic place with his air of tucky, and Ninety Six, South Caro I Ilina. it..w 1hlllgs

tomorrow?" possible for him to marry Edith. golden youth. A species of fish in South

"Who told you?" He could at least pay for the honey. But she was not to see him, for Africa, states a correspondent ir
"Edith." Collier's Weekly, is named Seventy
moon-preserve some sense of per- the note ,said:
"Well, it seemed best, Adelaide. sonal independence while he workea four after the. 74 guns on Nelson' % lessedJe CeQ

The wedding day isn't far offandthe towards fame. If she would only "Beloved make rio excuse for flagship, the Victory; and a toile

world will have to know it." see it. That he must ask her to live calling you that because I say it water is named 4711, after the stree' ; ; t' I1Ii

A hushed moment, then, "Oh, for a time--hi the little house. He'd always in my heart-Jane has made address in Cologne, Germany, where j

Ricky, Ricky!1" make things easy for her-oh, well, up her mind that she cannot marry it was first compounded.



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(I Fly Ke-cj-t just tches Ford is quoted as saying
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i I w'.nt; to beer my They say it's bad manners to scold
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available and will be placed on i' for high score this week with a card. The same will hold true at H. R. Hall, W. C. Owen of Clewis-
School sale at the office of Prof. R. W. total of 221 pins and M. E. Von the close of the school, Mr. Turk ton; R. N. Miller, S. A. Graves. Co-
Turk at the school for $1.00 per Mach gave him a close race with says and all this time must bo madeup burn Hall, Stafford Luckey and Ce-
Practice To Start copy. Those who failed to get an 209 but the most exciting score of before promotion or graduationwill cil Jackman of LaBelle; Lewis
annual last year may wish to avail the week was that of Mrs. W. W. be permitted. Compton, H. G. Stewart of Lakeportand

,.. The first meeting of the Tiger themselves of this opportunity I Perry who bowled over 182' pins in I. E. Scott, Joe Van De Velde,
basketball squads for I this term i a game Tuesday night for a nice American Legion- Dr. D. M. Draughn, J. M. Couse,
brought together eighteen boys on Construction Started lead over all lady contestants. Mrs.C. C. V. Parkinson' R. D. Lyons, Oscar
Wednesday and practice is expectedto E. Nall placed second with 147. Smith and Carr Settle of Mooro

start next week.A On New PostOfficeJ. (Continued From Page 1) Haven. '

new surface has been appliedto Negro Hits Canal; munity Christmas tree was to be
the concrete court of white ce- started at once. J. E. Beardsley. Canopy Being Built By
ment to give a smoother and more F. Tippey began work the Then Lands In Jail service officer also made a report.:
attractive playing court. first of this week on the new post- It was voted that the Post should Hendry County MotorsThe
Coach Dick Turk states that he office and store building on the donate twenty dollars to the Christ-

will not encourage junior high east side of Bond Street adjoining Simon Kite, Harlem negro, while mas fund for the veteran's hospitalin
teams this term but will have a Royal's Store. The concrete foun- celebrating the acquisition of an St. Petersburg and this amountwas Hendry County Motors has
;iris' team which will probably or- dation has been placed and allowedto antomobile, a Model A Ford coupe, raised to twenty-eight dollarsby under construction a fortyeightfoot
ganize and start play during the set and concrete blocks are on which he purchased Saturday from a free-will offering of eight dol- canopy just west of their of-
Christmas holidays. The coach will hand to, begin construction. of the the Hendry County Motors becamea" lars taken at the table. fice building and garage which will

meet with other coaches in the walls. I little too inebriated for sareful Following the meeting the group be used to display the new model
Four-county league shortly and attempt The two new five-room residences driving and early Sunday morning enjoyed singing of old time songs Ford cars. The shelter will be tWen-
to work up a conference sche- being constructed by Royal Lumber went through a bridge on Pacific until a late hour. ty feet deep.

dule and is hopeful that at the Company on Pasadena Street at the Avenue and submerged the car in Those attending the meetingwere Six eight foot stalls will be pro-
same time he will be able to inaugurate corner of San Pedro are well along the canal.
: B. McLaughlin, W. C. Owen, vided in the shelter which will be
a five-girl team for girls'play with walls going up rapidly and the'walls Kite crawled from the.water un- Jay W. Moran, C. E. Robbins, J.'E. open and roofed with sheet iron. C.
instead of the six-girl team of the two-story apartment injured save for minor bruises as I Beardsley, E. M. Cornette, 'G. B. E. Robbins in constructing the
previously used.Inframural house for E. E. Kelly a block weston did the negroes accompanying him 'Thomas, R. M. Bishop, D. B.. Allen, canopy today.
basketball will startas the same street are up and but Sheriff H. L. Delaney, investi- !
soon as school opens after the ready for. the exterior finish of gating the accident, took him to I
holidays. A volleyball court has cement asbestos shingles. LaBelle where he will probably be r
been constructed and play is being The foundation for the W. L. booked on a charge of driving while
encouraged with a probability' that Lanier home on Crescent is com- intoxicated. FA '' .
intramural play will be inauguratedlater. pleted 'and work on the framinghas ,
Field activities are also being started.
encouraged, a broad jump pit hav- Detention Period ,,
The school building progress- ,,
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constructed this week in '.1.
ing been ing rapidly and work is being rush- '
one corner of the athletic field. I. ed by contractor Paul Bussey as To Be EnforcedProf. \ )
for basketball include :
Boys reporting rapidly as possible in an attemptto ,,\. .
Sam Lang, a junior with oneyear's J:,'
Dick Patterson, have it ready for ,classes to meet R. W. Turk has asked the I_ III I Jw ,
experience /
there by the beginning of the sec- News to of the ;
remind parents
Bud Vaughn, junior I .
senior, one year; ',
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ond semester of school. ;
children in school that no student
Carol Reddish, eighth
one year; '
who owes time to the detentionhall .'
Junior Waters,
grade, one year;
10th grade, one year; Jack Waters, Turkey To Be Given will be given a report card '-
Ed Von Mach, 'senior covering the first semester's work
ninth, one year;
until all of this time has been madeup. -rJ" 1I1I' g
two years; J. B. Brantley, sen- At Bowling AlleysJ. I .

ior, two years; Linwood Dixon, "HOME SWEET HOME"
The detention period was explained ,
eighth, one year; A. D. Frith, sen-
ior, Bert Schultz, senior, Dick Owen, B. Alderman, manager of the by Mr. Turk in October when he OWM
junior; Jimmy Elmore, 8th; John A. and B. Bowling Alleys announces, stated that it was being held for This was the home of John YOUft.eranil.\
7th that a turkey will be given away the purpose of making up unexcused -
Robbins, 8th Nick Schiffli, ; .
Howard of '
Guy Elkins, 8th; Bobby Broadfoot, free to some bowler on ChristmasEve. absences and tardiness and for : Payne, author one HOME/

8th; Paul Pullen, tenth; Chas. Tur- A numbered ticket will be disciplinary measures. At the same of America's best loved songs '
given to each player in every game time he announced that any student

ner Some tenth.of these boys had their experience and the holder of the lucky number guilty of losing or destroying a text Let us help you achieve the security., "
high squad when the drawing is made will receive book, furnished free by the state,
the junior
last year on but Coach Turk is favor- the turkey for 'his ''Christmas I would not be promoted or graduated and comfort of a home) of your own
dinner. until that book was paid for.
ing using the entire squad for one '
the school. Two new alleys are now com- As the school ,nears the end of
learn to represent
plete and in use and the popularityof the first semester there still remains -

)MORE SCHOOL ANNUALSThe the game seems to increase with some time to be made up Clewiston Federal Savings
every alley in use almost all the by students in detention hall and

school has announced that time after the opening at two this reminder is given so that par- i

.-a few additional copies of last o'clock. ents may know the reason if a and Loan Association
year's: high school annual are still Dick Turk went into the lead child fails to bring home a report I I


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