The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00774
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1940
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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!L Holland To Speak At Townsite Gets 1.62 ]I ANNUAL PRESIDENT'S CLEWISTON\ BOOSTEDBY

Inch Rain 'Tuesday

: School Opening Tonight I i DINNER, TO BE HELD MIAMI HERALDIN

One of the heaviest February '

.,Ii C? Tuesday rains in and several Tuesday years night fell here the 'AT INN ON TUESDAY SUNDAY EDITIONSunday's

''' NEW! BUILDING WILL BE Ten-Pound Bass Townsite observatory of the U. S.

THROWN OPEN FOR Sugar Corporation recording 1.62 Clarence R. Bitting of Palm
Inches of rain for the 24-hour I Miami Herald devotedits
PUBLIC INSPECTION Taken On ReefS. ( Beach and New York, president of All-Florida:
period ending at seven o'clock Wed- page
nesday morning. the United States Sugar Corporation with some interesting articles concerning

.,i' ;{ State Senator Spessard Holland will entertain with his annual the town and citizens, photographs -
:: .. N. Propst, of Decatur, Ala., 1.90 inches was the heaviest fall
,. : of Bartow, one of the leading candidates landed the largest bass reportedin recdrded at any of the western dinner next Tuesday evening honorig of the sugar industry and
several advertisements from local
a- this year for Governor, will this section in many months division stations with an averagefor the key men and departmentheads firms.

' when he brought in a ten pound, the western division of 1.62
; be the guest speaker tonight at the of the corporation, the mem- The All-Florida is edited
three-ounce beauty from rock reef inches. In the eastern division the page
formal opening of the new Clewis- bers of the board of directors, who by W. F. Therkildson who has beenat
last Thursday, about two'miles out heaviest fall was 1.45 Inches withan
ton High School building to the from Johnson's Fish Camp. average of 1.34 inches. will be here that day for the an- all times friendly toward the

fc public. Mr. Propst, with'his father, J. W. The rainfall since the first of I nual meeting and a number of Everglades section and sympathetic
toward problems of the
' Preceding Mr. Holland's talk the Propst of Cullman, Ala., has spent i the year is now equal to the average special guests. the. area.
The principal article dealt with
Pti school children under the direction more than a week here and both fall to the middle of March. Bonuses will be
distributed to the recent freeze and its effect on
;. of Miss Alice Steinholtz will present have enjoyed good fishing luck Tuesday's rain was followed by the key men at this dinner as has the cane and with the

an original play, written ,by when the weather has permitted cold winds Wednesday and a sharp been the custom in past sugar crop
years construction of the office
Miss Steinholtz and special musical them to go out. One of the nicest temperature drop Thursday morn- I new
During the ,day directors and building. In another column was
:L.r numbers are scheduled. strings was taken on Tuesday of ing. Last night was much warmer
stockholders of the corporation and an account of the recent marriageof
The program will end with the this week. and temperatures today had returned -
their guests will make W.' Moran Miss Vir-
an inspection Jay and
=' conclusion of the talk and tho Don R. Montfort of New Albany, to normal.CLEWISTON. .
tour of corporation properties ginia Gallant and under the head-
building will be thrown open for Ind., spent a week here fishing and
and the meeting'of the board of "Men Who Make Florida"
ing, wa
few bass he
public! inspection. caught a every day
I directors will be held that after- the following tribute to Jim
was out, his largest weighing six I v
= The $30,000 building was constructed MOTOR I
pounds.Dr. !, noon. : Beardsley, pioneer farmer, real
with funds raised throughsale
Contrary to the usual! custom the estate broker and developer:
of bonds voted Clewiston Boltman of Sumter, S. C.,
First' to brought in a seven-pounder last COMPANY BRANCH program of entertainment will be "The conquering of the Ever-
free-holders. plans were
glades has developed a lot of out-
given prior to the dinner beginning
r PWA project and match Saturday. He also had four five ,
secure a
Floridians for each has
standing ,
at the Townsite auditorium at 6:30p.
pounders and several other bass,
with the bond
federal money
money OPENED m. Here the Plantation choral had his own problems. Solving
but these plans fell through and the string weighing 54 pounds. I :
these problems and pushing on
chorus of mixed colored
group a
the school board was forced to work Wm. Fint and T. Metzger of Fort
either developed courage and resourcefulness -
a differently designed building Myers brought in nine nice bass singers, will entertain with a group
up Shelley Tractor and Equipment or the pioneer fell
; than that first planned. The pro- Tuesday including two four and a negro spirituals and novelty
; Company, a branch of the numbers. by the wayside.
;, ject was then advertised for bids half' pounders.J. .
;' and' the contract let to Paul"Bussey P. Joyce of Long Branch, N. Clewiston Motor Company, openedthe From this program the guests "Today ALL FLORIDA presentsone

of Clewiston. J., brought in his limit, of bass first of 'February in Miami on will go to the Townsite recreation of the "Glades" pioneers who

Friday but the weights were not center where the United States has seen and ,taken part in most of
,, The building is two stories in the Tamiami Trail at 632 SW 8th in
at- given. All were of nice size. Sugar Corporation band will entertain the things that have happened
height and is substantially St. It will be under the
manage- this area since 1914.
tractivejy built of white brick.. H. G. Newman and a companionfrom with the following program:

r. Four class rooms, shower and Hollywood fished here, three ment of T. B. Shelley, vicepresident -I Activity :March-Benet. "A quarter of a century,-in the

._ locker rooms' and storage rooms days last week ,and caught plentyof and sales manager of the ChalmaA WaltzBenet.God vast area that is now known as
"" bass. One day they each broughtin Gless America-Berlin. the "Garden Spot of Florida
are on the first floor and the entire Clewiston Motor Company and Mrs.

,' second floor is devoted to the the limit of ten bass each.E. Shelley, treasurer of the company.In Gypsy Festival, overtureHayes.Success "Sugarland", and other names,

:':,' stage and auditorium which will H. Moses of Sumter, S. C., MarchBenet.Star really means that James E. (Jim)

),}: seat 450 people. The chairs used brought in ten nice bass on Fridayof commenting<<; on the new branch Spangled Banner-"Key. Beardsley is, indeed, a pioneer In

in the auditorium are folding steel last week.. this week, E. E.. Kelly, presidentof After this program' the guests the fullest sense of the word.

," '', chairs in of four which maybe Mr,. and Mrs. Joe Dawson and the Clewiston Motor- Company, 'will assemble in 'the dining 'loom I "We hold the opinion that- we

: removed gangs when it is desired to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Edgerton fished stated that Mr. Shelley had been of the Clcwiston Inn for the dinner know something the "Glades" but

clear the floor for any purpose. Sunday and Monday at Observation active in sales of Caterpillar trac- with a talk by' Mr. Bitting at the when we want to be sure on that

Island and brought in some nice tors in the lower East Coast area i conclusion of the meal to be fol- I point, we go to talk with Jim
The new building has not been for the past four years and business Residents from all over
strings of bass. lowed by the distribution of Beardsley.
... built without a great deal of effort I
/< had developed there to the extent
Fishing has been unusually goodon bonuses. the Everglades take their problems
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: on that it became necessary to open
warm days when the wind was I I daily to JIm' Beardsley, realty
bers from this' district, C. E. Miner, the branch establishment. Quarters j':
not blowing too violently., Squally PAREXT-TEACILERS TO MEET broker, 'developer and grower. He
.:, ( and those who attend the opening
have been
leased with foot
a into the habit of helping others
weather has kept many fishermenoff IX :NEW SCHOOL AUDITORIUMThe got
'" : program tonight and admire the the trail. The build-
: frontage
: '" on long that people immediately
the lake several so ago
.: :::; attractive interior will appreciate
is of
ing attractive stucco and tile.
:' this week.Stewart. Founder's Day meeting of think of :Jim when they need ad-
of the school
/T. his efforts in behalf
The branch is intended primarilyas the Parent-Teachers Association vice.
\ :':: and the community.
".'. '::'" Is CandidateFor a sales office for Caterpillar i i will be held in the new school "Beardsley was born in 1894 in

3.p tractors and equipment, the Clewis- auditorium next Tuesday afternoon Ashtabula county, Ohio, hence he'is '

-. Exterior Of ChurchIs County JudgeSeldon ton Motor Company being' distribu- 'at 3:30. The usual Founders Day an Ohio Floridan. He .attended

tors for all of South Florida for I I silver offering will be atken. grade and high schools in ,Chicago,

Being Stuccoed I this popular product, the territory I|I I 111., and spent one year at Marietta

L. Stewart of LaBelle this extending from Polk county south Harris Announces College. He first settled with his

I week announced his candidacy for and from Brevard county south. father in this section about seven

r '1 4,1F Work isn w underway on the the office of County Judge. Mr. However field service for tractors I For County Judge miles east of Clewiston in 1914

completion of the exterior of the Stewart is well-known, having lived will be maintained from the branch I where like thousands: of other so-

tist church here at the Bap-I in Hendry'' county since 1912, and and Clewiston will remain the prin- called "suckers" he had purchasedland

Ventura and Central Avenues. serving as highway engineer and cipal repair and overhaul center. I R., M. (Bob) Harris, a resident sight unseen. In 1917, he

Three coats of stucco are being as prosecuting attorney for a portion Mr. Kelly states that the new road !I of LaBelle for the past five years was commissioned for two years

J I .. applied at this time and a concrete I of the time. He, has taught 26 makes Miami close enough to and well: and favorably known over in the United States Army and discharged -

walkway and steps at the entrance ,I school for six years in Hendry Clewiston to permit this arrangement most of the county, this week an- as first lieutenant from the

are being constructed at a cost of county.Mr.' j very satisfactorily. nounces his candidacy for the office Fourteenth M. G. Bn. Fifth Divi-

about $700 bringing the cost of I Stewart is the father of Mr. Shelley has been with the of county judge of Heudry sion; after spending months in

the building to about $3,000 up seven sons and one daughter, and organization since 1935 and his county subject to the Democratic France and Luxemburg. During
to the present time. About $1500 it is interesting to know that all sales ability has done much to make primaries in May. 1925 and 1926 Beardsley spent a

worth of work is estimated yet, on I eight of these graduated from the the Clewiston !Motor Company one I Mr. Harris operates a truck line (Continued on page five)

the interior of the church which, LaBelle High school and from the of the leading south Florida busi- in LaBelle and in his announcement

with the lot, will make the total state colleges, the boys attending nesses. !Mr. and Mrs. Shelley will appearing elsewhere in this Court Term

' cost of the building about $5,000. their father's Alma Mater, the Uni- be greatly missed in Clewiston but issue, he states that he feels himself Spring

': Construction of the church was versity of Florida, and the daughterthe go to their new home and place of to be well-qualified for the On MondayAn

(. begun about two years ago and the Florida State College for Wo business with the best wishes of position and promises to use fair, Opens

members determined to build, on men. their many friends here. impartial and sound Judgement in

it only as money was available so administering the affairs of the : Interesting term of circuit

I': there would be- no indebtedness.As School Board Not Visitor Bowls 288 office if chosen by the voters to ;I t court is promised for Hendry county -

soon as the ,walls were up, the the position. beginning next Monday morning -
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;.r roof on and the windows in the I Responsible For InjuriesThe On Local Alleys I in LaBelle. There are eight

{t church was put into use and various I Aid Is Promised J criminal cases docketed with fore-

:L small jobs have$ been done at odd most interest being in another trialof

;,: times since. The walls were prepared Hendry County school board H. H. Droege, sales manager for Income Tax PayersJohn Frank Daugherty, former countytax

for stuccoing at that time in session Tuesday at LaBelle the Sterling Water Engineering collector on information filed

",:f' but this work was delayed when agreed, upon motion of C. E. Company of Detroit and also affiliated by State Attorney Clyde Wilson,

1 J'. adequate funds were not available. I Miner, Clewiston member, that the with the North American Fibre H. Malo}.. Jr. of West ] for misappropriation of state and
county would not be responsible
A. ''R. Broadfoot, who heads the Products Co.. of Cleveland, who is Palm Beach a deputy collector of county funds while in office.

I.1 building committee and is chairman for injuries sustained by footballor here for a few weeks doing some Internal Revenue has been designated Other cases include a negro
+I ., of the board of deacons this players. research work at the sugar house, for duty in assisting persons in murder case, two cases of shooting

week expressed the appreciationof The superintendent was ordered bowled the highest score yet recorded the filing of Income tax returns at cattle assault with attempt to kill
to athletic that
notify coaches
.; the assistance which had been at the local alleys and one the Clewiston postoffice on March and others. Six cases are against

1', given by outsiders and members of student would be allowed to participate "- which wil probably stand for some 5th 1940, between the hours of whites and two against negroes.
in until
.!.. the church in the' construction of waiver sports a time to come, 288. 8:30: a. m. and 12 noon., As there is one capital case to
the church edifice. of responsibility had been I be tried it is probable that grand
( Droege was bowling in a four- Any persons requiring assistanceor
the .
signed by
t' The walls will be finished in parents.Superintendent handed game with Ed Ward, Jerry information in the filing of income jury will be drawn Monday morning.
S. A. Graves'was
.r : white: stucco., Wilcox and Dick Tarleton when he tax returns are urged to take I to seek an indictment.
instructed to borrow an ,amountof
t rolled up a score of ten straight advantage of this service. The fol-
x-.. KIWANIS MEETING money necessary to meet the strikes, got nine pins with the lowing classes of individuals are LEGION MEETINGThe
: payroll for teachers and it was
.: eleventh ball and missed the single required by federal law to file returns -
that the board would
l agreed flay
\ The various Kiwanis committees with the twelfth. Two more strikes : Clewiston American Legion
" its $100 a month for maintaining
made reports Wednesday night at would have given him 'a perfect i j I i (a) Single persons having a Post No. 93 held its regular monthly -
the health unit.
county I' I Ii
the mid-week meeting on activities game., The score sheet showed that net income of $1000.00 or more meeting on Tuesday night 'with

since the first of the year and plansfor he bowled fourteen consecutive i tor i 'a' gross income of $5,000.00 or a good attendance of members.,

the future. All committees re- W. U. Montgomery of Lakeland, strikes but four of them were at more. Only routine business was trans-

. ported. widely known retired business man, the close of the previous game. ||: (b) Married persons having a acted at the meeting and the mem-

4 A meeting of the board of direc- will manage Burton Schoepf's cam- He is a consistently good bowler net income of $2,500.00 or more bers attended the carnival which

tors was held following the regular paign for Governor, Schoepf 'announced and is a member of a Detroit tour or a gross income, of $5,000.00 or they are sponsoring here in a

meeting. this week. nament team when at home. I more. body after the meeting closed.

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Gall Bladder Is FOOD FOR THOUGHT' I .

Finn Tactics Adopted by U. S.; ,
Most He who reigns within himself,
? Frequent and rules passions, desires, and

miies Troops Study Winter Warfare Illness CauseBy fears Milton., is more than a king.--

Nothing is more dangerousthan

Twin Wizards! S a friend without discre-

"Pa, what is a wizard?" 55 ? / tion; even a prudent enemy is
Fontaine.A .
"A person who can keep up with preferable.-La
the neighbors and not get behind f: IF YOU were asked what is host Is like a general: mishapsoft
///1/; ? reveal his genius.llorace.The .
with the bills. the most common illness
: destiny assigned to every
( you might answer that heart man is suited to him, and suits
A Chinese tailor is called Ah /J) f disease was the most commonas him to himself.-Marcus Aure-
to make his customers -
Men. Trying

think his suits are the last 1 1iWI@;;l$.}Wffi4-'rf:#.. :4gm.kt;'rw. :. : ,. f4I.t'0lttI': : : &:i J1k0. { as it a stands cause first of TODAY'Sdeath. lius.Didst thou never: hear that things
word in tailoring. '>:":"' N. C- : 'm''" + W""' ill had bad
: : 'M;%Jo: W lp 4 Wj'Pi/'it.! : ; 7l ;: ;%tfI{ As a mat- speare.got ever succe.u-Shake.

Enterprising Chap ter of fact, distressin HEALTH He only half dies who leavesan
4 / .1 / 4S image of himself in his
about"Why?" are you carrying that brick < ; \ A "1' # stomach and inCOLUMN sons.

sell house and this testine is the most
"I'm trying to my htl@4FrWh"
Long before the Russian Finn. .. '.,
is a sample"TOO common complaint. and in the
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ish war brought winter fighting .;:::, ,. ';' ; 1tf:;:' "
,:...:. ..'...,, : : ,. majority of the
: cases
MONOTONOUSMr. into prominence, the United o;.. .,' /' %t.':&'J.ti v.0.4"<:\+ V4: ; symp- New Cutout
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;' : toms are due to disturbances in
States army began training picked )t, %.; ..'. -;qilltMf41 'i-X(

troops to ski, keep warm in sub f,7",,>;y'f .," .'." ,,?,:.t,:$,,";',:'ij.c.;...; 4zero : : $..liMt.1 ;(>/j =, .1 the gall bladder."It Beautify GardenH

weather and adjust themp' :': i. .h"j4..:: .,9Jftt.$1,., : : .,,;:: is a fact that the major-
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selves to other problems of winter ': .'.. .. :4.<<..,. '..,,.1.'1MWf.: .'.'"[:;fM+:. warfare. These pictures were '",1...'. i""..,"/ t..>f.1.. r4:.:,J.o"u.J* !;Jtl medical clinic present as their AJ- we know is going to meet

taken during maneuvers near Fort. 1::: .kin : ::"'#,:NJX" :' '" chief complaint stomach and with tremendous popularity with
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primitive countryside on the f"f\tf, .." t'j":,,<1i:(.,; w. years it has been recognized, more of combining pleasureand
\ upper peninsula Photo at right &.," Vk .. :l :: "j and more, that in a considerable profit. With jig, coping or
shows soldiers on skis being 'tF)&::< :j'rD xbw,, ;,': proportion of these patients the underlying keyhole saw, you may cut these
When pulled by an army truck for fasttransportation t'X..;.\f.fMf" : ;.'" r ./ .,.' .;:.4Kfif.:: "v 1 cause of their symptomsis designs from wallboard, plywoodor
Dreery- we are ::: :::
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: : to be
found about the blad thin
r lumber. Each
4. 4 gall pattern
ried life will be grand, through t h snow Ili Jj '->.,. { ?\WPwa
one .,
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sweet song. Each soldier has his own skis and "f.i,...,,, J ,*1 : $:; $....'t:;;:"Y'i* -
>N + :: "":;' death has shown that inflammationof and
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Miss Leer '-One grand. sweet full winter pack. This winter, for }' t.'f'r.... :f" .j'v.. '$ iV.tP.
.., the'gall bladder is in 60 making and .
> m present painting.Men
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song! That would be deadly dull.Can't the fi. troops have madeextensive t>{'i,;,Y..r> ,,:..., .> ;/,i>->j.:' ,. jM.f.: >;.:.. T Tj4; : of every 100, and of these 60 about women, boys and. girls are

you make it a repertoire? use of white "sheets" JoX"HW: :i"., ''' "",'t. !.;:f-J'. .'":",,%}=,: !". ;.//.J:"': 6rt71..M;: ;:"" one in every five has gall stones." finding this a fascinating pastime,
Had Her Cowed for camouflaging. :V"' ;''f4.k. Of those with gall stones the ma- and with,each order will be sent 8

"Look here, if you keep on nagging, jority do not have
you'll you'll bring out the animal in attacks of gall stone
me!" .., colic and so io not
"Ah, then I suppose I'd better be care- know or suspect
ful I can't stand mice!" . that they have gall]

. stones.
Purely Business"I Although inflam-
can't allow these long tele- afl mation of the gallbladder

phone calls," said the manager. and gall]

"Er-this was business," replied .stones are so common -
. the clerk. ,- there is at
"Oh, and which of our clients present no means
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were you addressing as 'sweetie'? : : 4 known of prevent-

Dr. Barton xg the formation of

... : \ .. / stones in the gall
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Pull the Trigger on bladder. That infection starts trou-
\ ;: ble in the gall bladder which, in

Constipation and turn, causes the gall bladder to form circular showing many additional
y stones, is generally believed. novelties which may be made at

Pepsin-ize Acid Stomach Too Should Remove Infection.It home. .
A host of bright birds in your
. When constipation brings on acid indigestion is for this reason that any in-
becomes when
,bloating,dizzy spells, gas, coated fection present-teeth, tonsils, intes- garden reality your
.- tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your tine-should be removed. A further. cutout hobby is combined with
i stomach> is probably loaded up with certainundigestedfoodandyourbowelsdon't- in pattern Z9063, .15 cents. Life-size
help these cases is the proper
outlines and realistic painting'suggestions -
. move. So you need both Pepsin to help diet-cutting down particularly on
break up fast that rich undigested food in all salted, spiced, and preserved for eight familiar birds
your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull ABOVE: Soldiers climb from their trench for an attack. Notice meats, fried and greasy foods, spices are given. Can you identify them?
the those lazy bowels. So be
sure trigger your laxative on also contains Pepsin. that riflemen are being supported by machine-gun fire from fixed em. and condiments, rich pastries, very There's the red-headed woodpecker -
Take Dr.CaldwelTs Laxative,because its placements. hot or iced beverages. scarlet tanager, indigo bunt-
". Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won- Light bending exercises, keeping ing, towhee, oriole, bobolink and
stomach-relief, while the Laxative
derful blue jay. Scraps of plywood and
knees straight, stimulate the flow
,. .. Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the
will make
power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of of bile in the liver itself and helpsto jig or coping saw pleas-
. undigested protein food which may linger empty the gall bladder. ant work of these feathered
. in your stomach,to cause belching gastric friends.On .
.. While
acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin- many cases do not require
, izing your stomach helps relieve it of such operation, the operation gives great this same pattern you also
distress. At the same time this medicine relief from symptoms even in elder- receive outlines, and instructionsfor
.., wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in So your ly patients. It is the length of time the delightful rustic bird
bowels to relieve your constipation. see
how much better you feel by taking the the patient has had the condition house. Different-sized openingsfor
. laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on rather than his age that is most important various birds make this house
that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin- .in estimating the results adaptable' to the birds of your
icky children love to taste this pleasant
family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Lax- likely to be obtained by operation. choice. -
., ative-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your Send Order to: Aunt Martha,

'. druggist today! PneumoniaHow Box 166-W, Kansas City, Mo.

': Life of Employment 'to Fight Itv
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-.. The wise prove, and the foolish
:..- confess, by their conduct, that a z :' ;; .\; HEN a child or adult has been e
;;' life of employment is the only life lost in the woods during coldor

... worth leading.-Paley. : ic :i damp weather it is riot starva-

< ".5- .. c tion that is.most feared by the fam- THROAT : ,
: .... ily, but exposure. Why is exposureso Has a cold made it hurt .
S- often a forerunner of pneumonia? even to talk? Throat rough ) .
( ,and scratchy? Get a box of(1 '-
:ABOVE: Target practice in ? JjLj The forces within us which protectus Ludcn's.You'll find Ludcn's J 1.1
from pneumonia need heat in
' OEPENDPEl.NLEsTER. or- special ingredients with
MORt while
t a driving snowstorm,
I der to fight off pneumonia organ- cooling menthol, a great
.: troops advance in open forma isms, so cold and dampness make aid in helping soothe that

" tion. RIGHT: Tree limbs and the body less ,able to prevent. this "sandpaper throatl"

I. mm LARGEST SELLER AINt ropes support pup tents, and infection. LUDEN'S 5*
: pine boughs .form mattresses If during cold or damp weatheror Menthol Cough Drops

on top of the snoiv. during periods of hard mental
To Agree and physical work are struck down

i.- Few are qualified to shine in suddenly with a chill, head cold anda

!.' company, but it is in most men's slight cough, it would be well to To the Best Use

t;.. power to be agreeable.-Swift. 71 think about pneumonia.The The way to wealth is as plain as
common symptoms of pneu- the way to market. It depends,
monia are this sudden chill up and
chiefly, on two words-Industry
down the back or over entire body, That waste
Relief At LastForYourCough and Frugality. means,
rise in temperature, pain or tight- neither Time nor Money, but make

., .S ness in the chest, cough .which the best use of both.-Benjamin
>fiI \ brings up first a clear mucus, then Franklin.
red and finally rusty mucus or

;'. Creomulsion relieves promptly. "Once infection starts in, despitethe "MIDDLE AGE" WOMEN
, cause it goes right to the seat of the application of heat and rest in

I Increase trouble to secretion loosen germ and laden aid nature phlegm to, bed, the organisms greatly multiply, smiling Thousands thru have this *cone try-

f soothe and heal raw,tender,Inflamed the lungs become congested, and fever ing Pinkham'sfamouitorhe1pingfema1etun time" by taking
bronchial mucous membranes.No \ and prostration follow. The doc- L rt
matter how many medicines you tor immediately sends a sample of tional troubles. Try it!
have tried tell to sell
1 you a bottle of Creomuls1on your druggist with the the patient's sputum to a laboratory LYDIA E. PINKHAM'SVEGETABLE COMPOUNDAs

. understanding that you are to like .' 4 where the type of pneumonia be-
: the way it quickly allays the cough .5'.. comes known, and, knowing the type,
I or you are to have your money back.CREOMU.LSION. he administers the serum which

counteracts that particular type of: He Saw It

for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis .: > pneumonia.. The patient's temperature We have not read an author till
drops and becomes normal we have seen his object, whateverit

within 36 hours, and with a proper may be, as he saw it.-Carlyle.

, supply of oxygen, nursing and a
I mODERnIZEWhether ABOVE: Soldiers on the march week's rest, the cure is effected.."

I ride skis and draw their weapons The lesson regarding pneumoniais joleliwe .
you're planning a party behind them. LEFT As that getting to bed early to save Mi..y 01 .
or remodeling a room you shouldfollowtheadvertisemenss.to : temperature JiII'-
learn the strength of the heart and havingthe
: 10 below
drops to zero,
what's new..and cheaper...and physician called promptly so
better. And the place to find out the camp fire proves a welcome that the kind of pneumonia can be
about new things is right here in :
respite from rigorous "fighting"before
this newspaper. Its columns are discovered early and thus right G'44666
filled with important messages starting'out again, after serum given, is the best protection

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erous % of The Moody Bible Instituteof
wash the fish for a while Dean
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screny Chicago. preservation of the sacred fire 1
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Use the rinsing water from milk' Lesson for February justly considered as deeply, perhaps as .,:'

bottles to water house plants. This finally, staked on the experiment entrusted 'x
every .' water will make them healthy. to the hands of the America
"'' 1 Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
suits : people.-George ,
and copyrighted by International Washington. .:*
Aure- ; : muslin curtains Council of Religious Education: used by .f(
To keep even permission. .

when laundering them, put two One of Good Sense :
things / ::1 curtains together and iron as one GOOD. CITIZENS.AND GOOD ,
hake- curtain. NEIGHBORS Fine sense 'and exalted sense .';;,

are not half so useful as commonsense -\

ayes Keep a large shaker containing LESSON TEXT-Matthew 221522. 3440. : there are forty men of wit '. .,
sons. ,rV-.. GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt love thy for one' man of good sense.-Addi- ,
six parts salt to one part pepper neighbor as thyself.-Matthew 22:39.: son. ;

on the shelf of your kitchen range PllouseholdNews'SOUP :1.
in foods. '. : ;j
to use seasoning
.Character is determined by whata
I man is in his heart, not by the 'I'j'!

;ns Recreation Room profession of his lips. This is emi- ;

dent ti: Trimmed Nautical] nently we know true that in spiritual it is not matters by much, for SPEED'S OKAY '

y testifying, hymn singing, or even

l By RUTH WYETH SPEARS by church attendance that a man
himself be Christian.The IN FLYING
proves a
;, do with
meet S J : THINGS that have to
question is, Is his heart right
with .- sea are a good theme for with God? It is also true in his BUT FOR: THE'EXTRAS' '

he op- -::., =.,: :decorating a recreation room, a relation to his country. ,Patriotismis "

asureng ': ,. boy's room or a summer cottage.
not matter of
a speechmakingand
or .r;,:;:;:, "A ship model has a salty flavor GIVES THE Recipes FIRST Below.IMPRESSIONSee flag-waving, but an inward devotion -
;4. but is not necessity. One 4
theseywood .4 ; a youngster
to the good of the nation.
; .''.. madea, map of a desert island Satisfying Soups milk, quick-cooking tapioca, salt; Most assuredly it is also true that IN CIGARETTE :'
with of hidden and onion in of double
ittern : I. complete a legend sugar, top
like the front door;;'gives a being a good neighbor is not some-
: than Soup,
he dens treasure. No one'knew more boiler. Place over rapidly boiling
for .: ." ". he about the island the treasure first impression, good or bad, thatis water and cook 10 to 12 minutes, thing accomplished by smooth talkor PLEASURE,
difficult to overcome, whatever the shedding of a few tears; it
'-.. for he invented both of them. He stirring frequently. Add butter. Garnish I
is' a matter of that right attitude
Is arestime '; -: : also salvaged the steering wheel follows. with popcorn if desired. GIVE ME
: .-,' It's the cook's fault if this first Cream of Tomato Soup. toward our neighbor, whether he

course at dinner isn't good, for a be the man next door, or in China,
2 canned tomatoes
sent a ,.,..:;".. EMBROIDER great many wholesome ingredientscan 2 cups slices onion which results in a sacrificial effortto SLOWBURNINGCAMELS.
I aNCHOR be made into delicious soups if serve and help him.I. .
Vt teaspoon soda
CHAIN they are knowingly handled. 1 teaspoon sugar A Right Attitude Toward God > .

J :: : Beginning with good ingredientsand 1 teaspoon salt (vv. 21, 37-39)). A

( finishing off with skillful season- Dash of pepper No man will make any real prog- THEY'RE EXTRA

ing, there's.no reason why you can'tproduce 2 tablespoons butter ress in the direction of being eithera

a soup that is tempting. delicious 2 tablespoons flour good citizen or a good neighboruntil /MILl AND 4

and wholly satisfying. 2 cups milk he ,has a right attitude toward

Soup is more than just a means of Heat tomatoes with onion, soda,
." '. using left-overs and remnants of God.The EXTRA COOL!
ADD TRIANGLCS- r up sugar, salt and pepper. Rub through questions which were askedof
meat and vegetables, but left-overs sieve;' reheat. our Lord, and which brought forth

BASTE STITCH AND FABRIC THEN \ /! may be the starting point for a Place butter in such precious teaching from Him,

STRIPS OR TAPE cream soup that's a masterpiece; top of double boiler were not asked in good will nor

TO FORM ANCHOR season it with discrimination, thicken and melt. Add with a desire to glorify God, but

r; ?; it smoothly, serve it hot and flour and mix rather to entrap or snare the Lord

from an old boat and hung it on nicely garnished, and you have thoroughly. Add and thus give'occasion for denounc-

the wall with ropes. A small fig- evolved the perfect beginning for a milk. Cook, stirring constantly, until -. ing Him. Had the Pharisees, Sad-

itionalde ure of a sailor was wired for a dinner, or a satisfying mainstay dish mixture thickens. Pour tomato ducees, and Herodians (the ritual-

lamp. for lunch. ists the rationalists and
at mixture' slowly into white sauce. politiciansof
-' His mother made a smartly Finely chopped parsley, paprikaand Mix thoroughly and serve at once. our Lord's day) really known God

tailored navy blue couch cover croutons are familiar garnishesfor Peanut Butter Soup. and Jesus Christ, His Son, their
trimmed in a red anchor,and a red soups; newer, and just as attractive problems 'of patriotism and neigh-
., cushion was adorned with a blue ; are these: a few grains of 1 quart sweet milk borliness would have been solved in ; :.i-J

with .f 7 anchor. Straight strips of material popped corn; minced chives; toasted 3 tablespoons peanut butter the light of His Word and, what is ,,-:.
fe-size: ., S cereals 4 thin slices onion 1
and lightly buttered puffed ; <
,', 1-inch wide after the edges are perhaps even more important, in
g sug- of unsweetened Salt and pepper to taste
,' a spoonful whipped
: turned under will make an anchor spirit.II. .
birds salted and sprinkled with Add small quantity milk to the
them? : 12-inches long and 8 inches across cream, A Right Attitude Toward Gov- ;.=i'
VI, b' minced parsley, chives, or finely peanut butter and mix thoroughly.Heat .7"I"
shown here. Bias ernment
as tape may (vv. 15-22)
of milk and stir in '
salted fine ,
bunt- be used for the smaller anchor chopped 'peanuts; very The subtle hypocrisy of the ques- PAUL COLLINS, <'?:::{.: ;;>
strips of thin, well .browned pan- the peanut butter mixture. Add on- President of h s
which is half the size of the tion in
and just ion-and verse 17 lay in the fact that .
cakes; thin slices of frankfurters. season to taste with salt Boston-Maine Airways,Inc.
d and large one. these leaders were not interested in .
Quick cooking tapioca is a new pepper. Serve with toasted .1
pleasthered- '" thickener for it's quick and croutons. knowing the truth, but only wantedto SCIENCE points the way and the '-
NOTE: Mrs. Spears' Sewing make Jesus out either to be disloyal of millions of smoke )
to use and it adds unusual Onion Gratin.
easy Soup au
Book No.2 contains a complete to His own people because He en confirms it: For the important :

u also '-- alphabet to ,be made of 'straight texture and taste as well. Wash, peel, and slice thinly 5 me- advocated paying tribute, or a extras in smoking pleasure.stay on '-

tions or bias strips; also illustrations of, Fish Chowder. dium-sized onions. Brown in % cup"of traitor to Caesar because He ad- the slow-burning side. The slower- 'fi

bird five processes of fabric mending; 4 pounds white fish butter in a vised rebellion against taxation. burning cigarette that gives you extra -

eningshouse 36 embroidery stitches; making 2 cups cold water ; frying pan. They coated their clever bait with mildness, extra coolness, extra -Y;

1?! doll clothes; and numerous gift 1 cup salt pork (diced) and cook unctuous flattery, a device which is flavor-and extra smoking per ciga ji

items. Ask for Book No. 2, enclos- 1 onion (sliced) j::: until tenderbut still common among those who rette..per pack-is CameL
your 4 cut in % inch cubes) {
ing 10 cents to cover cost. Address: cups potatoes ( itti\: not,brown would mislead God's people. Observe -
1 salt ,_
Mrs. Spears, ,Drawer 10, Bedford teaspoon \ k -about 10 min- that even though they did not .

artha, Hills, N. Y. 3% teaspoon canned pepper tomatoes I u .\ utes adding believe what they said, they did In recent laboratory tests, '

10. cups ,more butter if speak the truth about the Lord Jesusv.
3 tablespoons butter f' CAMELS burned 25% slower -

crumbs necessary. ( 16)). than the average of the' _
Vz cup coarse cracker Add 1 quart beef broth, brown His is complete final and :
answer 15 other of the largestselling
Clean fish. Remove head, tail and
S WDMEN soup stock, or bouillon, and heat unanswerable. He has that kind of brands tested slower
bones, cover with cold water and
20 through thoroughly. an answer to every honest ques- than any of them. That "
cook slowly for approximately .
Here's amazing way too minutes Drain and reserve stock. Place slices of crisp dry toast in tion of man. In this case He clearly means, on the average, a
small earthen-
Place salt in skillet add sliced petite marmite-or states that one who lives under an smoking plus equal toEXT1M
Relieve 'Regular' Pains pork ,
ware pots. Cover generously
""," .. onion and saute until onions are established government, enjoying its
.'.". '"f, ._. Mrs.J.C.Lawson writes"I teas undernourished grated Parmesan cheese, grated protection, using its money in trade
had cramps. headaches mid backache brown. Add to fish stock. Add potatoes -
":' Swiss or grated American cheese. and so forth is to be loyal to
r associated with my monthly periods. and cook until almost tender. every
> 'S I took Dr.Pierces' Faoorite Prescription Pour hot soup over all, place under obligation to that
. .. for a white gained strength, and was Skin and cut flesh of fish in 2-inch proper govern- ;
broiler flame moment to melt
greatly relieved of these pains." pieces, add to mixture and cook un- just a ment. God and the things of God 1SAfOKESPER 5

R FOR over 70 years countless thousands of til tender. Then add seasonings, tomatoes and brown cheese, and serve imme- must come first, but a right atti-
,who suffered functional
monthly diately. _. tude toward God will reveal itselfin
. pains have taken Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and butter and heat thor-

:::l overjoyed over to find a period that this of time-and famous remedy have been has oughly. Add cracker crumbs and a proper attitude toward govern- PICIG'FOR

helped them ward off such monthly discomforts.Most serve immediately. It's not' strange that many of ment.
amazing this scientific remedy formulated bewildered when we're
us are III. A Right Attitude Toward Our
by a practicing physician, is guaranteed Vegetable Soup .
to contain no harmful drugs-no narcot 1 lb. meat cut in small pieces confronted with the problem of Neighbor (vv. 34-40)).
soup ,
ics.In scientific it improves nutritional
a way preparing meals on a large scale.
assimilation; helps build you up and so increases % lb. veal bones We have talked a good deal of
your resistance and fortifies you 2 quarts cold water rd i Cooking for fifty or a hundredis late about being good neighbors, and
against functional pain. Lessens nervousness a whole lot different from get-
should do
during this trying period. certainly everyone every-
plain asepends Don't suffer one unnecessary moment from Vi sliced ting a meal for a family of fouror thing possible to encourage the good
cup onion
such monthly discomfort.Get Dr.Pierce's Favorite five! In this column next week,
in his'own
neighbor policy commu-
filfp Prescription from your druggist. Discover -
ndustry .c, .. ..' how wonderfully it acts to relieve you of"Regular" 3 cloves garlic Eleanor Howe will give you reci- nity and throughout the earth. But
;, waste pains, pes for serving fifty or a hundred the
Vi cup sliced carrots why does not good neighbor pol-
it make -economical recipes of the sort
Read the
t icy work? parallel pas-
jnjaminre you like for church suppers or in Luke and will how
Worm Will Turn % cup potato sage you see
The smallest worm will turn, be- cubes 71\"\ the P. T. A.Here's man tries to "dodge his responsibility. -

ing trodden on.-Shakespeare. Vz cup shredded cabbage See Luke 10:29: and observethe

EN 1 stalk celery (cut in pieces) the Booklet You've Been answer of Jesus in Luke 10: :

1 tablespoon salt Wanting. 3037.A .

latry gone, .... 1 teaspoon paprika How times have wished good neighbor is not one whois EXTRA MILDNESS
many you "
takingamoua LOST YOUR PEP? 1 sprig parsley that you could find in one book the seeking some kind of "You favorme

2 I'll favor you" .
ale tablespoons celery leaves arrangement.He
tune. to the miscellaneous COOLNESS
answers puzzling, EXTRA
Here Is Amazing Relief ,
Try it! (chopped) does not see the barriers of race,
Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels questions about home makinghow -
HAM'S Place meat, water and vegetablesin creed or color. He is ready to help EXTRA FLAVOR.
)::1 .1 If you think alllantlns to substitute sweet milk for
POUND It.k.:1f1UII, : art alike just try this saucepan. Cover and simmer sour in favorite cake recipe? anyone, anywhere, at any cost. It
.:- "' --= all vegetable taxatlve.so your the who
slowly for two or three hours. Re- is recognized that only man
mild, thorough refreshing. Invigorating. Dependable What to do with the odds and endsof
from flame and loves God with all his heart will be
relief from sick headache bilious opclla move put through
jelly that accumulate in the
tired feeling when associated with constipation. sieve. refrigerator able thus to love his neighbor as CAMELde
Without Risk get a 2Sc box of NR from yourdruggiet. ? How to remove trouble-
Make the test-then Corn Soup. himself.
thor till some crumbs from the electric
If not delighted, return the box to us. We will The world does not so much need
(Serves 4)
hateverCarlyle. refund the purchase toaster?
price. That' fair. 1% cups canned corn treatises on neighborliness as the
"Household Hints Eleanor
Get NR Tablets ,
W : 1 cup meat broth, or 1 cup water Howe, is just the book you've been winning of men and women to faith, ftU ?

and 2 bouillon cubes wanting. You'll find in it over 300 in the Lord Jesus Christ, and thusto

2l& cups rich milk clever, practical short cuts to suc- a whole-hearted love for God

A NEWSPAPER 1% tablespoons quick-cooking tap- cessful home making-and it's only 'which will inevitably express itselfin 7Il e-b
ioca 10 cents! a love for his neighbor. When

dverti5ing 1 teaspoon salt this comes to pass, we shall have
I To get your copy of this useful
% teaspoon sugar : book, now, send 10 cents in coin to true neighborliness in the world.
ak ;' .The advertiscmentsyoufiadia your:newspaper Vz teaspoon onion, minced Let us send the gospel to all na-
"Household Hints of Eleanor
bnngyou important! news. News in regard The Ads Mean MoneySaving
become firstof
I to quality and prices.Just as the"ads" bring 1% tablespoons butter Howe, 919 North Michigan Avenue, tions, that they may
\ you Dews on how to advantageously...to Cook corn in broth 10 minutes Illinois. all good Christians then good cit. to Readers
SE DROP! do the "ads" offer the merchant the opportunity ; Chicago,
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The Clewiston News surrounded by windows making U facts about the community and thatIs j experienced.With completely wiped out.

very light and well ventilated. We one we'll be anxious to get newspaper headlines heralding : The great Florida State Fair this j

didn't do any great amount ,of correctly. the loss of millions of dollars year presented as never before the, ;

Published every Friday in Clewiston. talking but understand that the '* '* worth of fruit and vegetables three real "Spirit of Florida"-Our i

Florida. by the CLEWISTON NEW'S.IDC. acoustics are very good. At the The movie industry has gotten days before the' Fair was scheduledto ability, in the face of disaster, with :

right of the stage is an exit intoa into a bad habit of "road show open, a lot of folks figured we'd staggering losses, to stage such a

hallway from which stairs lead engagements" lately and we think have to call the whole thing off.. show, commanded the respect and .

KBATHLEY: BOAVDEJf Editor into the stage dressing rooms. something should be_ done about "How can you stage a Fair," they admiration of the thousands of I[

The interior finish of the build- that. We do not object to the I asked, "without 'anything to dis winter visitors and at the same time J

Entered as second class mail matter ing is in a rough cream-colored limited engagements, but to, the play"? gave new courage to our home j
February I, 1927 at the Post Office In advanced that it will folks.In.
with the exception of prices seems ;
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of plaster But Fair officials county agents
March 3, 1887.Subscription. shower rooms and lavatories which he put on the outstanding pictures. and home demonstration agents are every department this year
all worth it: the Florida Fair was bigger and I
arc finished in smooth plaster Perhaps they are we resourceful and facing the 'situation -
didn't mind paying advanced pricesfor better. An innovation was the \
Rate $2.00 Per Year. and painted with white enamel. they set about the task of pre- (
The floors are of tile in these GWTW, and only regret that making more complete and compre- sentation of three "name" bands:

Advertising Rates On Application. rooms and in the remainder of we didn't have a chance to see hensive displays than ever before. Hal Kemp's, Ned Norvo's and Eddie '

the building are of hardwood.It "Abe Lincoln In Illinois", and from Working tirelessly they combed Duchin's. And when these maestros .
the 'reports "PlnnochlcT', which is let themselves go, 'no cold wave i
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Clewis
is a building of which their counties for the necessary
of Clewiston and Hendry County. playing at advanced'pr"ices is also could compete with them. t
ton may well be proud and there materials; farmers and growers cooperated -
worth it. But we repeat, it is a Jitterbugs from far and near
will be many interested patrons and from all sections came
bad habit for the movie producersto swarmed to the Fair Grounds each
out tonight to see for themselvesjust truck loads of the finest specimensof !t
Circuit court opens Monday morn-
get into and we hope they'll take'lsteps i r evening to hear these famed musical ., i'
Ing In LaBelle and there may be what it looks like now thatit the choicest fruits and vege-
organizations and dance
to check it. themselves t
a lot of men out fishing Tuesday is finished. tables. I
(Continued on page five)
afternoon to escape jury summons. Most amazing was the ,Flower, I i

.:N:N N:..:N:N N:N:N:N N N:.:N N N:N N:N :N:N: :N:N. I Show. Occupying more space than -- h
Fishing is getting better all the .:::::::: :":":":":":":":..:":'.:":'.:":":":":":":":":":'.:. ; ever before, it presented a displayof t tf I
time and this year there'll be no flowering shrubs and plants with tI f

closed season to' stop us when the RAMBLINGS. Too Late To ClassifyBy even the most tender and delicate tt I

bass really start biting.An varieties represented. I

By B. B. RUSSELL HAYYou've During the 11-day Fair period t
81-year-old man in Pennsyl- I saw thousands of tourists stand
vania has the mumps but being in ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:. and gaze in awe and amazement at f
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his second childhood they should :":':":":":":":":":":":"" the marvelous county exhibits of f

not make him very sick. probably heard of, and fresh fruit and vegetables, or express Senator Holland is wide- (i
Nobody has time to write a
maybe experienced, "the morning their surprise and joy at the ly known as one of Flori-: r.
these days,
We who bought auto tags before column or to read one I I after the night before"-but I'm I I gorgeous floral display. They just
the first deadline are about in the so busy are we, and so many complications
da's ablest
I disturb the even tenorof tellin' you it's a mere rest cure couldn't believe their eyes, for -men.-Braden- t
same position as the man who compared to the "day after the everywhere they had seen withered
paid! taxes prior to the Murphylaw. our ways. ,I past three weeks." evidence of frost damage and really ton Herald.

SomehofM, everything tries, to While I may sit around with my believed that Florida's agriculturaland

happen at once. Florida is always hooves on the desk or loaf lazilyin horticultural wealth had been
The cold wind Thursday night mighty busy during February. Per- I a fishin' boat in the summer

was no deterrent to the bowling haps because we have so many nice time, I have to make for it at I
teams a couple of them getting and like to show them a up ,' -, __ ._ __'_ __ ._ u. _- .. ." -_ t
this season of the year with the _: : : : _, :_ ': ,
plenty "hot". It did cut down good time. ,Everyone is socializing Florida Orange Festival, the An- f,,';;:' )

on spectator appeal, however. -there are scads of parties, and nual Press Breakfast, and the Flori- t
I For The Best Food
clubs and organizations have their da State Fair all piled on top of
Next Thursday is Washington's routine meetings just the same. It each other.

birthday and the day which has fills the calendar. And when the, curtain goes downon For The Best Service' I
been set aside for us to take night
the "Big Show" Saturday
stock of the blessings we enjoy: Our sportsmen are hard put to with the high tension and pressure For The Best Prices I Ir if

by living in a democracy. The find time for all their activities. relieved, I wake up the next morn- f
war now going on in Europe makes Fishing on Lake Okeechobee is
ing feelin' like a deep sea diver with AMERICAN CAFE
most of us think of this everyday better than for a long time, and the "bends".

but the special observance is many parties have been out ,from 'I don't believe there was evera REGULAR MEALS SHOUT ORDERS 1
a fine idea. Clewiston to return with nice stringsof
time in the history of the Flori-
($..OO MEAL TICKET: FOR< $4.50)
black bass. The largest fish da Fair when it has meant so muchto
THE NEW SCHOOL BUILDING 10 3 Mrs. A. P. Wynn Next Door to Bank'
registered was a pound ounce the state, coming as' it did on

black bass brought in last Thursday the heels of one of the most disastrous -. -
; -
All of Clewiston is proud of the afternoon by a visitor at the Inn. cold spells we have everuson -, -: -. -f$ : :- :_ ; '

new school house which will be Many of the hunters are havingone I

' opened tonight and thankful thatit last fling at deer this seasonin
was no longer delayed for it is ( Collier county, Hendry county's h INNNNININ:M:NN, :N:N:NIN:N:N:N:N:N:N:NINNININ:M:-N:NININ:NIN:NN, :N:NIH:N:NIN:NININ:N/N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N11j

not difficult to foresee a time in season having closed early this System ofFer

the not too far distant future when year). Attorney Jimmy Couse who g cotfOs NOT FROZEN j i

even this' spacious extra building is ,an ardent .bowler ,and a memberof HYdraulic i \ ? :
will not accomodate the pupils of Moore Haven's bowling team, j y y

Clewiston schools. was torn between hunting and 2 v elf Sf Cfr'" :f FULL OF FLAVOR :_= 1

For several years the old build- bowling and finally solved the prob- :! t er' ,!:/.!' .:., .:. ,
ing has been badly overcrowdedand lem by going on the hunt, and G.l1 '.,
rr/cr ,, Small but ::
sweet and juicy
as the enrollment has grown then flying home Monday afternoonto 3 .. very

each year the greater have been take part in the tournament that Pnc.r,t-'k Tires =' .t. ..t.

the efforts made to secure a new evening. The irony of it is, he -". :!: Temple Oranges and Seedless Grapefruitfrom :!:

building first by M. E. Von Mach made one of his worst scores. a"J h y i

.y as board member and then by hu The Legion brought in a Midwayfor it PoS :;: our grove :;:

successor C. E. Miner. The new a week-rather unexpectedlyas r '' .

, : building is a monument to their far as the public knew, but the 'c;.< !'.Or1' :i: $1.00 a Bushel ==

efforts for the going at times was merry-go-round, the ferris wheel, 0stic%-of

tough and disappointments were the ponies, the midget cars the y x

.' many. / swings and the'other attractionshave :' ALSO FRESH STRAWBERRIES t. ;: ,
been busy all week. They
This morning we made a pre- .t.
" opening inspection of the building fascinate' children and grown-ups I At no extra cost :;: 50c a Quart :;:

:' and while a full description of the alike. .y.
} building'' would be rather lengthy This week also saw a lecture anda II you get all these :_: -Orders- '.:.

r: a brief account of what we saw movie at the school building and .t .y;.

'. might not be amiss. of course the ceremonies and pro- II extra features Y

( At the left of the main entrance night.gram opening We feel the sure new building that thes"to- "' in the :!: PHONE' 66 HOPKINS BLDG. :;:

r. (which is into a wide hallway) is

::. the first-aid room which Principal benefit attractions of ,the which school were library for, would the NEW ORTRACTOR The Farms t

F;'. Turk may use as a part time office have been twice as well-attended I jI Beardsley i
: retaining his offices in this ,,
hal they happened to occur during
f'. present location in the old building. .

1,: room a less busy week. ....... ......................................................................
' Adjoining this is a small *' '* I ;; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:.:::
storage room and beyond this is
To top it all off business firms
i:, the main corridor running east : withFERGUSON
this week have been busy filling
f; : I and west through the building. I
w: '. Turning still to the left we find out blanks for the census enumer-
ator. Uncle Sam not only wants I i
t. the science room which takes'up
r to know that you had a business, ,
r-; the entire southwest corner of the __
'.' but what kind of a business it ,was, ''I .4
lower floor. Arrangements have
, \ I how much money you took in dur-
been made in this room for outfitting -
" ing the year, how much people owed 6 Ott-Balh Air
with laboratory equipment I
I you at the end of the year, how r b
" at some later date. Crossing the '
,: hall at the many employees you had during 1
west end we find first I :
[' the girl's shower and locker room each month of the year, just exactly MUffler ;
how much paid them how
V- under the stairway which leads to Independent Brakeson ., '-5
male how niany female
were were
:. the auditorium This is the stair- 8 Wheel f
how much electrical used Rear
power you :
t: way 'which will be used by performers -
during the and what paid Front
year you
the main trend
,stairway being at I .,
; the other end of the hall. The' for it, and many, many other ques- Adjustable toiO y6") %]t!

;, next classroom as we go eastward tions of a similar, nature. 9 and Rear lqgs :ySAVES; ON ELECTRICITY!

, is the English and foreign langu- 10 hours out of 12 the thrifty ,i 'I
But don't laugh you. Your turn' ECONOMIZER Mechanism
age room and adjoining it is the
is coming. In April the census Oil t # uses no current at all. l
and civics room, the en- Fillet
enumerator will start to work on 1 1 1
trance to which is, almost in front '
; of the main population, and you ,will have to The Ford tractor with Ferguson ''fiM: SURER, STEADIER FOOD -J
entrance. f PROTECTION New TRU-
bare jour private life in order to I system is going to change thingson t0
Crossing, the hall again from this arm.Itwilldo ZONE Cold gives you the"right"
fill out the blank. These facts are'iall thef things you .
entrance we find the boys' lavatory never thought possible. Come in cold for each'food .
just to the right of the entrance important and are Uncle Sam" i I and look it over. I' %' holds food temperatures true. '

L and the commercial department'sroom way of checking up on himself I ru

adjoining this in the south- When the statisticians get through i EXTRA CONVENIENCE w i / i dA
with the census figures he will FEATURES I Model for model
corner. The boys shower and price for price! Come in
know exactly the situation of
locker roorii is in the rear of the and compare before you buy
building and is country as regards numbers, physi- refrigerator I IB
entered from the I 'fgr 1:: any ,
outside cal well-being, economic condition :
only. {it f
FERGUSOWE sure to see the newS
religious affiliation etc. In other
Up the stairway at the end of the t'4 WESTINGHOUSE "ECONOMY SIX"!
',' hall words he'll know more about yoa SYST MWIIEEL r rj
we climbed to the spacious auditorium I
.' than you know about yourself.
and watched a workman put- 1 "* *' '
ting up the new folding seats. -LESS IMPLEMENTS PARKINSON'S Inc.
But be
ready, and be prepared
These are in gangs of four ":.
be and can with knowledge and patience, for O rrd Motor Co. I'I ,
removed easily DIM22M40
It Is
desired to clear the we want an accurate count of Cew115te11.5 ;f' ,., ._. ._.','''' =<<"<<<< .
room., The Hendry Motors ,, +""o/r.'t: ''?;4.7' P C'" Yii
; k-.i
population.; Newspapers and County ; ; '''I' :J.y:::U:<:'.< .yi"i' < ; i -

stage is large and high off the chambers of commerce are always ..* !"'n.:0'-"l. ::<; : .}. a' .U r'S" ,. I1NGHOvSS:; .."' .. .. ., .A ,.." "SH' .v'<" .,..,,'l\
floor ana the I : : :, ,
1095.' *! !I ; :
completely supposed to kn9w tgreM >many Clewiston, fJgrJd, -

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:. -- -- ... -' SECOND GRADE PROGRAMThe !. themselves this ,year as never beforein FOR COUNTY JUDGE If elected as your superintendentI
,,' .. '.
promise a conscientious, faithful
both the Fair and the
t- second grade a Valentine covering I hereby announce myself a candidate and efficient administration. -
gave Gasparilla events* and the entire for the office of County Judgefor I will appreciate your vote and '
SCHOOL NEWS : party in the auditorium Friday state will benefit by. the reams'of: Hendry county, subject'to. the support

morning, February 16. In the Democratic Primaries in-Stay I feel. NELL H., ,JACKMAN.:
r, pu.blicity' that will follow in the that I am thoroughly qualify'
little play a' group' of' children visI- nil this office and "it elected I'
Editor __.._.._. Dick, Patterson press of the country, while movie. '
ted the King' and 'Queen of' Hearts. promise to nt>e' Fair Impartial and FOR COUNTY. COMMISSIONER:
patrons 'throughout. the'world will Sound Judgment! all. the affairsof a
Editor .... Doris'Hodges '
f Assistant
, There they were entertained by a see the films showing the captureof this office
I f Sports Editor ._.. Dick, Tarleton dance given by Anne Prewitt and Your vote and support will be -, '
the city by Jose Caspar the heartily appreciated. I wish to announce ,that I am a '
Assistant Sports Editor Shirley Benbow. Next Sue Holland magnificient parade,' and the, great Thanks candidate for county commissioner,
, Louise LciterSociety A band R M.. (BOB) HARRIS District. 1, subject to the May Demo-
sang a song. rythm: crowds swarming; the Fair Grounds cratic primaries.

t .....__w....... Marie Robbins the children in 'several -and many of them will plan to be .1 I have been a. resident of. Clewls'ton -
[ Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby songs. The children enjoyed the j for eleven years and feel that
with us another year. FOR SHERIFFI I 1 my long, experience 'a resident,
Hiunor...........-.-..-.:. Ed Von Mach program very much. I Florida has been hard hit. Butshe'll piopeity owner, and business man,, ui :p

t. Advisor ............-.......... Mr.: Lado The King: of Hearts was' JimmyJohnson back] than wish to announce myself a can- the : district will help me_ in representing -
come : stronger it en tne county board. 4'
didate for re-election to tho offlco
t and the Queen was June If elected, I will the districtthe
and Florida give
ever to me our great of Sheriff of Hendry county, subject

'':.':; f .. ..- .. { .'. I Collier State Fair this year is 'a courageous to the am making Democratic this'primaries race solely in on:May.I my. capable., best service of which I am ',-, ;

-' answer to adversity's brutal chal- record of law enforcement and fair : I will appreciate jourote- and'
..;: INTRA-MURAL SPORTS THE EARTH IX A POEM dealings to all, and'I assure the peo- support* .
lenge. ple of Hendry county that the policies G. E.; ETHERTON.'
Intra-mural basketball began By ERNEST OLIVER of this office will not change.
Your vote and support will be ap" It
;ff' Tuesday in the junior, high schobl There is one goal in life, Clewiston Boosted- predated .

with team 3 handing teani 2 a That I would like t.o'reach.. H. L. DELANEY.

9-5 licking. It's' not to be a hero '

Jim Davis, captain 'bf team 3, And it's not to learn to teach.. (Continued From Page 1) FOR TAX COLLECTOR. This Space, Reserved'for .

scored seven of his team's nine few months in West Palm Beachas

points and was the star of the I Some of you may guess this goal a real estate broker and as I wish to announce myself a candidate ,:: ',. t=y.:

game. Guy Elkins and John While others do not know it, receiver. for' the officeef Tax Collector,
assistant bank '
Hendry county subject to the Demo-
Robbins each scored one of the The goal I'm speaking' of, cratic primaries in May '

other 2 points. Is to learn to be a poet.I "He did not come to the "Glades"area I am now completing my second NMILLER; il
to stay, but the country grewon term as school board member cf : 'i
Jack Waters, captain of ;team 2
him. He watched this now Felda and Denaud district, an officeI .
scored four of his :team's five want to write about the birds, have tried to fill conscientiouslyand
prosperous section grow from some faithfully.My .
:* points, the other one going to The animals and trees, 20 pioneer families, scattered between qualifications include high .. 1
::. ', f Floyd Geiger. I want to write about' the' lakes, school and college training and '

...., The line-ups were: Team two- The rivers and the streamsI what is now South Bay and several years. spent doing commercial FOR SHERIFF ':-,1J
After 1926 bookkeeping.If
Clewiston, until today. !
:/;:' Floyd Geiger and Jimmy Elmore; want to put the earth in poem elected. I promise the people a r
,. and 1928 storms, Beardsley was I hereby announce myself a candidate ;
' ,',:',. forwards, Jack' Waters,' center' and As to me it seems. careful, efficient administration for the office of Sheriff of Hendry
I active in relief and rehabilitationwork Your vote and support will be
subject to the Democratic' '
county +
Marty' Waldron and Bobby Broad- :
conducted by the American appreciated. primaries to be held In May.
foot, guards. Team 3-John Robbing The. earth may be pictured I in many MRS. HOMER TAYLOR. I'. will appreciate your vote and ..-,'1BupporL
Legion of which he is a past commander .
Nick Schiffli forwards, Junior ,
and ways .
and at. the present time,
Keller, center! and Guy Elkins and In Scripture and in psalm, FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT:: JI
service'' officer. He is a commissioner -
Jim Davis guards. But I think, one of the'most
of the Everglades Drainage I wish to announce to the voters of FOIl ASSESSOR OI' TAXES. ,
beautiful'ways Hendry county that I am a candi- -
I District official of three sub-
LECTURE OX CRIMEa Is to picture it in a poem. date for the office of county super- I'' hereby announce myself a candidate \
drainage districts, a, member of intendent of public instruction in the for re-election to the office of '

May Democratic primaries. Assessor of, Taxes, Hendry County, ,
..a ., W. Wittmore gave a lecture.n ,ED'S EXPERIMENT; the state land use planning com- I have lived in Hendry county mostof I Florida subject to the Democratic "

"Crime Does Not Pay" in the auditorium mittee and a member of the ad- my life; have been teacher and primaries in May '1940..
: Have you noticed ,Ed Von Mach's committee for Everglades principal in schools of Hendry, Lee 'If re-elected I promise to conduct
Tuesday' morning at ten visory and Glades counties for' 16 years12of the affairs of the office in the same
o'clock. The talk was interesting new complexion' ? He, desiring to conservation. He serves as secretary them in LaBelle. I hold a life Fair Impartial and Efficient manner
be a l dies' man; invested his of the Clewiston Chamber of graduate state certificate, and a life I: have strived to do in the past.
: much enjoyed' by the stu and will be
and was first grade certificate and am a, Your vote support.
dents. He was a, very forceful allowance in a jar of freckle cream. Commerce, and is chairman of. the college graduate. with ,the degree of greatly appreciated:

._ So, everybody, take notice. board of trustees and director of Bachelor of Science in Education.: DENNIS. SMALL.
learned, a lot about I
.'. : speaker and we
, : '
.. ... '- crime. the choir of the Community Church.
:. :;: .:'" The students of Clewiston High j|I I He is, also president of, the Clew- .

regret the sudden departure of, our, iston Kiwanis club for 1940, chair- '
, The physics class made a, trip out English and Spanish teacher, Mr. man' of the Florida Kiwanis Dis- AmPLE 'FunDS -

';. to the sugar company's railroad Lado, and we' are looking forwardto trict Committee on Agriculture for. -
his return in a few days.
: ..Q yard on Wednesday morning: Mr.
"All Florida takes much pride
the class all
Morrison explained to
about a locomotive and everyone Too Late To ClassifyContinued and personal pleasure in presentingto

enjoyed the explanation. Those our readers James E. Beardsley,

of the real MEN WHO MAKE
'Bert Schultz, one :
making the trip were:

.( ,,', J. D. ''Hooker, Money Stone, Ed' Von ( From Page 4)' FLORIDA." '

";,;.,, c Mach, Hervey Bourne, Dick Patterson hop-happy. Being an old 'man my- $

{ .>- and Mr. Hall. self, with plenty of work to do, I

managed to resist the temptation PAID ;
'f ,'",: SCHOOL HAS PICTURE SHOW offered by Hal Kemp and Red
.:'.\ ,' Norvo, but Eddie Duchin, with his : or.
'i -
: '
Wednesday night, February
charming smile and nimble fingers, ,
" : the Clewiston school sponsored a ANNOUNCEMENTS.
,backed with a band that is "tops", ,
!. picture show in the auditorium. '
just naturally swept me off-or
'..' The main film was "Explorers of H'OmELOflflS.
maybe I should say "on"-my feet FOR COUNTY JUDGE
the World", an interesting series -
and before I knew it I was in the
of showing explorations in'W I take this means' to ,announce that
_ pictures
middle of the dance floor with my I am a candidate for the office of
many different parts of, the world. wavin'my County Judge for Hendry crunty,
15-year-old daughter Peggy
subject to the Democratic Primaryin "e"oe
; The most interesting part of the \:.
hind legs to "In the Mood" likea May. .
show was a comedy; "Talking freshman. I hold decree"' of bachelor of laws.
college We helpyou..with
bachelor of arts, and bachelor of c.e'l.O\1f can
. .. Monkeys" which showed a family : (,
Although it was another successful science (lawyer teacher, engineer). (\ ,'11 P theE .,
; of monkeys trying to get' a fair, and while the weatherwasn't I have been an accountant for, the f\\ P'\.. I If
in hotel. United States Steel Corporation. I \ finest plan
all that it might have been, : ,
have been a Hendry County Com- :
in existence
we have much to thankful- for. missioner for six years 19271932.
: OUR ? E\VI SCHOOL, HOUSE the Thus, specially qualified by education ..
;. Gasparilla Day was perfect and and experience. I am ready to

'. At last our dream has come parade and pageant more' colorful' give the people of Hendry county an
; honest, efficient intelligent business-
.:'; true Our new school house is and spectacular than ever. Over like administration as your county ---, -

ready. We are very proud to be 300,000 people swarmed the city. judge. '
'- Sound administration of the peo-
able to move in next Monday. So, for the gala event, iwhile the all- I ple's affairs requires capable officers.On Clewiston Federal Savings "

students, let's give our thanks to time attendance record for that day this basis I submit that I am .
the logical candidate, and I will
'y those who made this new schoolhouse at the fair was smashed. appreciate your vote and support.

'./. J", possible and keep it just Feature writers, news photo- Sincerely, and Loan Association

like new for many years. graphers and newsreel men busied I SELDEN L. STEWART. ,

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31 US. CASTONGUAY IS HOXOREE B. Y. P. U. VALENTINE PARTY lowed by Benediction of the Most services. Sunday school at 9:45.
Blessed Sacrament. -

Mrs. J. W. Castonguay house Members of the Intermediate B. Religious Instruction Class for The church building is receivinga Morning worship at 11 a..' m..

guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Y. P. U. enjoyed a Valentine' partyat 1 children Saturday morning at nine coat of stucco on the exterior Young Peoples meeting,"" 6lP' m. ... !

Scharnberg:, was honoree at a bridge the Boy Scout House Tuesday herein Clewiston, and after Sunday walls this week which greatly en- Rev., M. M. Dudley di 'ector-

party given at the Clewiston Inn night. Games were played and a Mass in Pahokee.The hances the appearance of the build- Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m.

Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Nicholas social hour enjoyed. Refreshmentswere ) Mass schedule of Pahokee Is ing. The church is being built Tuesday evening service, '7:30p.' -o _-

Van S. Mumford.Mrs. served to Barbara Broadfoot, 10:30 every Sunday excepting the debt-free and as money is available m.

Castonguay received a guest Elizabeth Winn Janice Wynn last Sunday of the month when work on the building goes forward.The Friday evening service 7:30 p.

prize; first was won by Mrs. E. C. Gloria McDuffie, Jane Stephens Mass is at eight o'clockThe pub -stucco completes the exteriorof m.

Mills second by Mrs. M. L. Arnold Gertrude Ullendahl, Janie Brantley lie, regardless of religious belief, the building, but the interior is i The public is cordially invited to

and third by Mrs. F. Deane Duff. Mary Mathis Betsy Springer, Doris is always welcome in this church. : not yet completed. attend all services.A .

Mrs. H. T. Vaughn received the Hodges and Jack Waters Donald I I series of evangelistic services

cut prize and Mrs. Bessie Elliott Miller Charles Turner, Jimmie The Most Reverend Patrick COMMUNITY CHURCH will begin at the Pentecostal

the consolation.The Davis Lynwood Dixon, Guy Elkins, Barry, D. D., of St. Augustine, church South Clewiston, Sunday

guests included Mrs. Cas Eric Thomas Robert Hodges and Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of evening at 7:30. Services will be
The morning worship period be-
Bobby Broadfoot. The party was Florida administered the Sacra- held each evening during the weekat
tonguay, Mrs. H. J. Scharnberg,
Wenzloff gins at 11 a. m.-J. E. Beardsleyis
chaperoned by ment of Confirmation to a large the same hour. Rev. M. M.
Mrs. F. Deane Duff Mrs. Percy
I the choir director and Mrs. J.
C'I and Rev. and Mrs. H. G. McLeroy. Dudley of the
pastor church
Tarleton Mrs. Jay W. Moran, class In St. Margaret's Catholic H. Doty is pianist. will

H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. Claude Downs, church, Clewiston, Thursday eve- The preach during the first week on
I I JUNIOR G. A'S. PROGRAMThe I sermon theme will be "Whatis
Mrs. H. A. Bestor Mrs. W. P. ning. The services which beganat the Unpardonable Sin?" the 'topic "Revelations", and will I.oo'"

Vaughn jr., Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez I Junior Girls Auxiliary met eight o'clock, were attended bya Bible 'school is at 9:45 a. m.- be assisted by a visiting minister
later in the series. All
Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs. Fred at the home of Mrs. Arch Hodges II large congregation of Catholicsand B. C. Flaniken is the supt. these services. are welcometo

Henriksen Mrs. C. T. Hurst, Mrs. Monday afternoon for their pro- friends of the church from The C. E. Society meets on Mon
E. C. Mills Miss Abbie Metzger, this section. day at 7:30
gram meeting. The topic of the I and Betty Spicer is
Mrs. Grace Patterson Mrs. J. Fred The Catholic parishes of Saint the
discussion was "The World and our I program leader and Lee Pridgenis
Morrison Mrs. Bessie Elliott Mrs. Hearts". I Margaret's Clewiston and of Saint the president.

E. .W. Ullendahl, Mrs. O. F. Schiff- After the program a social hour I Mary's Pahokee both of which KENT PENDLETON,

li, and Mrs. :M.! L. Arnold. was enjoyed. Games were played Reverend Father Lawrence J. Flynn Minister.
I serves as pastor, have grown con- 73 i h
and each girl received a Valentine.
siderably in membership during the
past and the confirmation class
year .
CHICAGO Walker Marilyn Davis Doris Sim- South Clewiston ..
was one of the_ largest in the historyof
mons, Mamie Trice, Betty Stough
these Catholic missions. A large
Percy,. Tarleton who recently resigned Wilma Jean Tingle, Norma Bussell, Services Every Sunday:
class from St. Mary's was also con- I
his position with the United Wanda Jean Shelfer, Marjorie I firmed. .

States Sugar Corporation left Allen, Joyce Phillips and Katherine ,I
Included in the class from Clew-
yesterday for Chicago. Mr. Dyess: I
ton has accepted the Tarle-I as I iston were Nora Oglesby Sue Von gin a /zapp A /1lIin....
I i Mach Nick Schiffli Dick Schiffli
plant superintendent for the refinery -
Shirley Tarleton Walter Ernest
of the Industrial Sugars Cor- PREWITT HOME FRIDAY
Vaughn Doctor Benjamin A. ow'ik.r.svh \j
poration in Chicago.The I 7k'
The Junior Girls' Class of the Bourne Mrs. Benjamin A. Bourne
new position is one of ad-
Community Sunday school held its George Yon Mrs. Judson Francis
vancement for Mr. Tarleton and
- regular monthly business and social I Parmelia Bourne Mrs. Sidney L.
his friends congratulate him on
! meeting Friday evening at the homeof Crochet, Mrs. W. Dean King and ,
the change although reluctant to I v-
M. M. Prewitt, with Mauryne and Pat McGehee.
lose the family from Clewiston.
Louise Prewitt as hostesses. '.
Mrs. Tarleton and the children will tir 1
After the business meeting a I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
remain here until the end of the
pleasure and social hour was en-
school term.
joyed. I "The Friendly Church"H. V';
Punch and cookies were servedto G. McLEROY Pastor THE
MItS DURREXCE HOSTESSTO Sally Graham Patricia Bailey, I Sunday school 9:45 a. m.B.E. .

BRIDGE CLUB i, Mary Nell Christian, Christine and j Herring supt. THING in TOWNIt's

June ,Espenlaub,' Mary Carlisle, JoAnn | Morning worship 11 a. m., sermon
Mrs. Foy Durrence entertained Crouch Carline Berner, Betty I pastor. a collar. Name: Arosct.
members of her bridge club Wed- And it's on our Arrow Hitt
McDuffie, Doris Hatch, Marianne Subject-"Thoughts HumanDivine. shirt.
afteroon at her home in r ."
nesday Jones Shirley Owen and Mrs. W.
'- South Clewiston. Mrs. Glen Ether- H. Lanier. Training Union 6:15 p. m.-Arch GMsq""cf This Aroset collar keeps fresh
from dawn I'
ton was awarded a luncheon set Hodges, director. to dark-never '
for high prize Mrs. V. C. Woodward Evening service never becomes un-
REUNION 1:30. sermon-
PENDLETON FAMILY tidy. It gives you soft collar
a Pyrex; pie plate for low pastor. comfort, too, because it needsno
prize and Mrs. John Elmore am Rev. and Mrs. Kent Peudleton en- Subject-"The Model Church." roa,C'' starch.

ash tray as "galloping prize". joyed a visit Sunday from their Sunbeams meet at church Mon- Hitt has Arrow's Mitoga

Angel salad, crackers and coffee entire family all of their six' sons I.day-Mrs. Herman Davis in charge. form-fit design. And it's San

were served by Mrs. Durrence to and daughters being with them for Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary KSYS forized-Shrunk a new

Mrs. Glen Etherton Mrs. R. M. the day. A. C. Pendleton a son, I Monday 3:30 ,with Mrs. McLeroy. shirt if. one ever shrinks.

Hare jr.,,Mrs. R. J. Lee Mrs. John from Gary, Ind., and Mrs. Jane I 'Junior Girls' Auxiliary meets Clewiston Federal Arrow Hitt $2
Elmore Mrs. V. C. Woodward Mrs.B. .
Whiteman; of Jacksonville were Wednesday 3:30 at church Mrs.

J. Schroeder and Mrs. H. R. visiting for a few weeks with their I Hodges in charge. Savings and LoanAssociation PARKINSON'S Inc. ;

. Knight. i parents. It seemed a splendid time I Mid-week services Wednesday

I for the family to get together since I 7:30 p. m.

C; VALENTINE DAY BRIDGE PARTY I! the son who resides in Indiana isn't The public is invited to attend all I

I often in Florida. !.

i I: Mrs. M. E. Von Mach and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Kent Pendleton

S. L. Crochet hostesses at I and of Jacksonville and I .:! . ._--..-.-...-....-...-.-...-S.-.....-.-.._.-.............._.....a.-..-t...............-.'...-.....-.-...N........N..N........N..N..N........NN..NNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........HMN..N.. .. .. .. ..NNN.. .. .. ..............__..u..u.u..u.u.u.u.u.u.u...._._. ._. . .N..NNN. ..NMNNM.' .. .. .. ."
were a jr., and son, :.......-.........:...:...-r...:..:-:N'":..:..:-<..:..:-:..:..:-:-:..:-:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":"'
i: Valentine bridge party given _at the I Mrs. Katherine Post of Tampa ,came I ._ ,:, ; .;.
I Clewiston Inn Wednesday after- for the week-end and were joined I :t: = .

:' noon. Linen luncheon cloths were Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Stuart: .:..:. r ,. .2..i..
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Mis. E. C. Mills for first and second Fort Myers. .i... :. ." .
: ; _': ENJOY AN : :
prize. A box of towels :
finger-tip '
Y W. M. S. HOLDS BUSINESS ::;: : ':. '; .. '- -::::
. was won by Mrs. Fred Henriksen, r :: :=\ ,:'i :' : .
I : .
;;-, who made the lucky cut. Guest MEETING TUESDAYThe : J.. .' .. ...
' :::.;. ",:' :.,i,,, .. 'i"i't
prizes were given Mrs. J., W. Cas "
Womans' Missionary :_::1: '. .
Baptist "
': tonguay, Miss Annie Miner, Mrs. t : r I Iii
its business meetingat .
Society held )
Jay W. Moran and Mrs. M. L.
: afternoon ,. .....
the church Tuesday : "
t ; Arnold.A with Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot presid- ii HOME Y !
fruit salad course was served ?
//j 1
Mrs. M. C. n. i
ing. Hostesses were '
r at the tea hour when Mrs. ,0. A. : .
Doke and Mrs. A. D. Dixon. .. '- '. .
;t' Jones and Mrs M. W. Bigg joined '" .
I .: ; ;" : :;::;:
the following guests: Mrs. F. During the meeting arm bands :::.;. .1'I:
Deane Duff Mrs. Horace Bestor I were 'awarded to the following I .!....:. ; .:.... I I

Mrs. '\\'. C. Owen Mrs. O. F. I members of the Girls' Auxiliary .;. : ::::i: ;

: li, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. sChiff-j Elizabeth Winn, Janice Wynn, ::;::: ;ElectrIcIty is the modern servant; 1a servant that :::;: i"t ;

-'. Mrs.Vaughn H. jr.J., B.Mrs.Scharnberg Percy Tarleton Mrs., Barbara Doris Broadfoot Hodges. -Betsy Springerand :_;::_!:: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :_:::!:

Keathley Bowden, Mrs. W. H. Attending the meeting were Mrs. ::i: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :;::.:
k- V. C. Woodward, Mrs. R. L. Merritt :.. : '
Lanier Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Mrs. G.
:;. ;: and economlca]1 ::::::
[, H. Small, Mrs. Carl Berner Mrs. Mrs. L. C. Miller Mrs. E. M. .: y.

:". George Yon Mrs., R. Y. Patterson, Cornette Mrs. R. C. Nowling Mrs. I.X':. ff: ..

' Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. C. L. C& W. Simmons Mrs. Alex Mc- :;_::;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::::::
e_" Downs. Gowan Mrs. C. E. Nail Mrs. R. J. : ...:.
t' Blount Mrs. Wilbur Dyess, Mrs.B. s_::;: gIve your eyes two hours of safe reading Ii g h.:i::;.

: LADIES AID TO SPONSOR E. Herring Mrs. William War- ::;_: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;::;:

( PARTY NEXT MONTH ren, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick Mrs. ..':' ,:.,:.

H. E. Walker Mrs. Ken Swayne ::;::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of It that you use. :::;: <

f The Ladies Aid Society will sponsor Mrs. A. H. King Mrs. Arch Hodges .t'.:. .:,,t, I

z:;;: a benefit card party to be give Allen Mrs. H.Mrs.G.M.\ McLeroy A. Thomas, Mrs.and D.Mrs.B. :_;::;.: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ::.*

r on March 6th at the home of Mrs. : '
O. A. Jones it was decided in com- Jimmy Wilson. :_; :;: that is all electric and mo d ern. :::::::

:, mittee meeting Monday afternoon.The xx +f

be, held annual this oyster year, supper due to will lack not of P !I'IIIIII' !Ifs I I 'mIDllllmilllmllmmllliililllllll! !II !! I : iilmmmm; 3'+:..:.:::.: r ', .:'i.::.:.;:'.:.

a large yy
enough space. WITH ?HE

MRS. 'V. O. WELLS I ChurchesVDDC ':'.;. .:..:.
j yy o

Mrs. W. O. Wells, of Lake L :;: **
l Harbor died suddenly Monday IDuJ 1rn VD II IIGI IJJJIIJu II,,LIJV GI 1 UV i 711 lm 1 rnlll,1 '; ;' : :::

afternoon in the office of the Clew- ....:.
iston Emergency Hospital. Mrs. CHURCHRev. : .:..;.
Wells had suffered a heart attack Oy

and was brought in to the hospital Lawrence J. Fljnn, Pastor '.U. .:..:..
ARVis :
here for medical treatment. She Mass each Sunday morning at :

. died a few minutes after enteringthe S o'clock, excepting the last Sun- tt
I '
office. day of the month when the time L-
The deceased is survived by her 10:30.

husband and a son, Herbert Wells Confessions are heard every; Sat- = is GdesPoweran LiglitCo.j li!

of Lake Harbor three other son urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30

Herbert William Cedartown, Ga. and before all the Masses.
( .. '
''.!. .:..:.
Augustine, Harry, Weekday Mass every. morning at : 4yy
Clifton Forge Va., three daughters, S :00 o'clock
Mrs. E. L. Reese, Ashland, K} ., Devotions In honor of Our Lady .t.;.. .... .;..:.

Mrs. Maude ,Forson .and Mrs: Naomi pf' Perp tual-. Help are. conducted .. :..,... ..'N'.. ... .......:..., . .N. ...;_;..;..;.:..!..':"..;..;..;..;". .. ........:...;...................... ............:...":..
Chambers, St. Augustine. : : : : : :'d' : : : .N.N.NONN: :NwN: : : :.: :... : :... : :.:..:..:..:.......:..:.'.:..t :..:..: .:.:.....:..:.. :..:
Friday evenings at 8 o'clock fol-_ .N...x t:w. .-.'Y'e"i S ui..x... x.. .i .Ni",i 1....4.........-.-.-.'S.h......-....-.....04 ....... .-...... .S e .-. ."=( d. :w. jd


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Miss Anna Miner of Savannah, EZELLES ,

is visiting ,
W. B''!; McCOLLUM -'.

11'11'r r Personals j jf Miner, and family. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle were Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr. was givena Plumbing and Heating ;,

hosts at an oyster supper at their "hobo" party Thursday by Miss Schult Clen IstOIil.Apnrlnien Florida ,:

Miss Mae Lily Stone has movedto home Tuesday evening, complimenting Evelyn' Hare and Mis. R' J. Lee. ,

Lake Worth, where she has accepted Mrs. Jay W. Moran and Mrs.J. The party, which was held at'the I MECHANICAL, STRUCTURALARCHITECTURAL
., f A. W. Lawrence was a business a position in the bookkeeping W. Castonguay. Lee home celebrated Mrs.Hare's' DESIGNS .1.',(

visitor in Venice last Friday. I department of the Lake Worth Bingo games were played follow- 1:irt: h(lay. Maps Estimates. ",,,

bank. Guests included Mr. nnd Mrs. JOHN II. DOTY
ing and high prizes were
Miss Christine Chapman spent supper Mr. Mrs. Alston
Carl Berner, and Roy Engineering Consultant
Sunday in Avon Park. won by Mrs. Scharnberg, who received Mr. pml Airs B. J. Schroeder, "
Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. J. W. Hopkins Bltlg. Clewiston, Fla.Johnson's >
a, Valentine box of candy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight, Mr.
Castonguay, Mrs. J. W. Moran and '
Miss Ruth Marshall was a visitor and M. W. Bigg, whose prize wasa and Mrs.::; A. C Carlton Mrs. RuthB. i
Saturday in West Palm Beach. Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg attended Owens, Mis. Blanche Turner, :
:, tic. Mrs. Moran and Mrs. Cas-
"Gone With The Wind" in West Misses Roberta George, Florine
". W. F. Simpson was a visitor Sun- Palm Beach Monday. tonguay were given vases as mementoes Moore, Dorothy Hare and Mildred Fish Camp : :}J,

day in Immokalee. I I of the party. : Durst, Parker 'Wilson, liaison (Near Hurricane Gate) "'

I Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Avant Ed. Ward and A. B. Clay- :
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Getz of Clewiston, Fla. j
Miss Hazel Prince was a ,visitor Jay W. Moran, Mr. and Mrs: H. J. comb. '
"$ in Okeechobee Sunday. New York City are arriving this B. Scharnberg, Mrs. J. W. Caston- Boats and Motors-Guide Service :

o week-end for of several Duff MRS. JOSEPHINE KNIGHT GIVES Rates Reasonable, _
,a stay days guay, Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane I
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen spent Mr. PARTY TUESDAY EVENINGMrs. W. II. Johnson, Mgr ?
at the Inn. Mr. Getz is a directorof Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and :
Monday in Miami. the U. S. Sugar Corporation. and Mrs.. M. W. Bigg. I IIRS' '
Josephine Knight and Miss

, Clayton Waters spent Sunday in '. SUP.RENCY GIVEN Ruth Knight entertained at their :
. ,- West' Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. H: R. Lamb and FjRIDAL SHOWER home Tuesday evening celebratingthe OFFICE MACHINE CO. SERVICE '' \

Mrs. J. 0. Pearce of Okeechobee birthday of H. R. Knight. J. B. WILCOX ,
C. V. Parkinson and Miss Bertha be- There was a family dinner partyat
spent Sunday here visiting their Mrs. Carlysle Surrency Typewriter;: nnd Adding; lUnehlne:3
Gram attended "Gone With The marriage on February which the guests included Mr. Repairs and Service 1
sister Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and Mr. fore her Also Sign of All Kind 't
';- Wind in West Palm Beach Sunday.Mr. second was Miss Nettie Pearl Nor- and Mrs. Harry: Knight, Mr. and Box 401 ...;:Si!

1. and Mrs. T. B. Owens. ton, was honoree at a bridal shower Mrs. C. E. Miner, Miss Anna Miner, ..;

: and Mrs. M. C. Vowell are given by Mrs. J. H. Pullen at her Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knight. A

of. parents of'a fine baby boy, who Clewiston Monday After dinner card games were ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen, Margie home in South
was born Monday, February 12. Allen, L. C. Redish and Christine afternoon. enjoyed by a large group including J. M. COUSE ;:

Misses Florine Moore, Lois Prince,
,. Redish attended "Gone With TheWlind" Several appropriate contests were Counselor and Attorney at Law "
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg 'were awarded to Mildred' Durst and 'Mr, and Mrs. R. ';'
in West Palm Beach Sun- enjoyed and a prize Hopkins Building
visitors Sunday in West Palm Mrs. Surrency M. Hare, Jr. EJ Clark, Jimmy ,1
day. Mrs. Davis Dyal. Wednesdays and Saturdays ;"
Beach. Harper and Ed Ward. Prizes were ......
received many lovely gifts. 0:80 to 4:00GIaNAe9 ,1
won by Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, ,
Mrs. T. J.
Misses Margaret Von Mach, Leah Those attending were
j' Mrs. J. M. Rudd and Mrs. Harold Miss Mildred Durst and Miss :j
bride'scake \
Richaud, and Beulah Guthrie, Ed Geiger, who made a lovely Scientifically Broken Lenncn .
Hawkins of South visited Mrs.J. Florine Moore.
Mrs. Wm. Sur- Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
Von Mach, Hervey Bourne and J. I 'for the party.
M. Harris Tuesday. B. Brantley attended "Gone With I lency, Mrs. E. B. Bethea, sr., Mrs. E. I DR. F. 1) GUDBAUR '.'

Bethea Mrs. D. L. Pullen, Mrs. Optometrist :j
The Wind" in West Palm Beach B. jr.,
1Ir4 j Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Mrs. B. H. FOR RENT-Two sleeping rooms. Phone inS .". Collier AreiulcKort .' ;
Monday.Mrs. Davis Dyal, Mrs. J.-E. Knight, Mjerw Florida ;
Cuttino and Mrs. J. F. Curry spent Phone 76. F. L. Williamson. tf.' Successor _
Marlees Golden, Mrs. Dorothy Eden, to K. II. Oakley -

:yesterday in West Palm Beach. I Florence A. Waldron of Miss Beatrice Pratt and Miss -"

Hendersonville, N. C. is the guest I Dorothy Adams.
Carawan Nelson was a business
I of her granddaughter, Mrs. A. L. ..y i

this visitor week.J. in .Jacksonville several days Hackett and Mr. Hackett. Mrs. MISS MINER HONOREEAT A and B Bowling Alleys j

Hackett met her train in West DINNER PARTY
Palm Beach Saturday.Mr. ANDSandwich -
E. is in his office
Beardsley Mrs. G. H. Small entertained a ,
today after several days illness with"flu" .
with dinner partyat J
and Mrs. Joe Wisner of few friends a Shop

; ._ Montgomery, Mich., are spendingtwo the Clewiston Inn Wednesday

weeks in Clewiston visitingMr. evening complimenting Miss Annie
,;; C Miss Betty Spicer and Sandy Bell BROILED HAMBURGERS +'
and Mrs. Lloyd Hanna. Mr. Miner, of Savannah, who spent a :
'were visitors in Moore Haven Tues- and Mrs. Ed Percy, also of Mont- few days here with her brother, C.
day evening. BOWL FOR HEALTH'S SAKE )
E. Miner this week.
gomery, visited here for a few days ...

Mrs. M. H. Scotti of Palm Beachis enroute to Miami. Miner The, Mrs.guests C. E.were,. Miner Miss, Mrs.Annie M. And, When Hungry, Eat a Hamburger '3d

spending a few weeks in Clewis- Mrs. P. C. Tarleton and childrenand E. Von Mach, 'and :Miss Virginia ._. :.
C' -
ton at the Inn. Mrs. N. V. Mumford accom- Jordan. _... .. :: .- ::--.- --:;' J- : :._ .- .':< ._
I I !c'i
panied Mr. Tarleton to Fort Myers ,;:
Mr. and Mrs. Walter
yesterday afternoon. Mr. Tarleton
Atlanta spent several days at I
left for New Orleans for a few days
the Clewiston Inn this week. ,
visit with his son and new grand-

. .';.f; R. E. Kurtz-of Fort Myers is I baby before going on to Chicago.Mrs. : CM EVROLET :

spending a few days in Clewiston :
Jane Whiteman returnedto .
business. -
her home in Jacksonville today

after several weeks visit with her '
Mr. and Mrs. Walter McElworthof S441J4EALE R 1"-..:.... .. :
parents Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendle- :
: : '
.> ; :
Atlanta were week-end visitors : : cl :::
ton. Rev. Pendleton accompaniedher '
in Clewiston. ,
to 'West Palm Beach where she
\ Woodward of took a train for her home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. trtjf

Nashville, Tennessee, were week- S04b
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
-c. ; Kelly.
a .yr\
: Judge and Mrs. H. H. Watkins Mrs. F. Deane Duff was hostessat '
< .
': of Anderson, S. C. were visitors in a luncheon bridge given at the 'X. ;
. .' Clewiston this week-end, enroute to Clewiston Inn Friday. First prize _
. a eI _
Miami for a short vacation. was won by Mrs. Percy Tarleton,

second by Mrs. Sidney Crochet, low
: Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mari by Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and cut

anne Jones and Mrs. H. V. Briant prize by Mrs. E. C. Mills, Guest X

.-- were Saturday visitors in West remembrances were given Mrs. Jay I p A __ .

Palm ,Beach. W. Moran, Mrs. J. W. Castonguayand

.... Mrs. M. L. Arnold.

{l :.,1'l ., ', '
Dorothy Wright of Pahokee were Mrs. Castonguay, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs.H. .

,- week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. Fred f. : ',' ,
E. Berner. Henriksen, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, : .:'; ""

Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Pat- liS I::

Tom Collins, of Syracuse, New terson, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. YOu .I ) -

York, who has been visiting Wilbur Sidney Crochet, Mrs. O. F. Schiffll, UASOt15 VI" USEDSHOULD C
Goff for two weeks left Mondayfor Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. M. W.' Y YOUR CHEYCAR IfJJJ

Miami. Bigg, Mrs. P. C. Tarleton, Mrs. E. I FROM YOUR 5 REASONS WHY ,.,

L. Stewart Mrs. N. Van S. Mum- ROLET Df.Al.f.ll' r/rl
Mrs. Carl H. Berner, Mrs. G.. ford, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. E. S ,
Collins, and Miss Hortense Collins C. Mills, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. The finest the BY BUYING NOW)

were ,visitors in West Palm Beach J. Wl Ezelle, Mrs. 1M.. Prewitt, 1 of used car aues in

Tuesday. I Mrs. Clarence R. Bitting, Mrs. J. best used car SAVE Q

.t*rr Horace Bourgon, and Mrs. Anna town. from P"
I *"'; Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis and I Hawk. can buY dealer All used cars
u priced tosellfast
baby of Canal Point spent the weekend On Monday afternoon Mrs. 'Duff 2.Yo or Chevrolet deuce. in order to make

here with relatives. Mrs. Francis entertained at her home compli- with 1U! room for more
and the baby remained for a longer menting Mrs. Grace Patterson and fecDI}d'tion trade-ins. '

stay. Miss Abbie Metzger. Other guestson I 3 Best metbods.

", this occasion were Mrs. N. VanS. Only Chevrolet dealers
Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Dawson left Mumford, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Lowest prices to offer used cart with an
4 "OK that Counts" tag.
yesterday to return to their homein Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., Mrs. Tom mensura Buy nowbeSave deprecia-

New York after spending their Hurst and Mrs. W. F. Simpson. quality 0'\e t fore prices rise tion on your old

winter vacation at the Clewiston Mrs. Hurst won first prize, Mrs. -y 0 u r Chevy firmlY -and save the car. Trade up

LA Inn. Rodriguez low, and guest prizes 5 denier stana Sd car be difference. now.
1 I
were given the two honorees. behind every

Mrs. R. N. Smith, Miss Marion I C11B SAVE savE :

Leydig, Mrs. Leah Spicer and Mrs. MRS LARSEN HOSTESSAT
k Save winter con- Save costly re-
J. Grady Niblack attended the show- DESSERT BRIDGE r
ditioning ex- pairs on your
ing of "Gone With The_ Wind" in 9,262,068 people bought used pence old car. "\
West Palm Beach Sunday. Mrs. Otto Larsen entertained witha
cars and used trucks from Chevrolet Chevrolet DvoUri are Headquarter for
dessert bridge at her home in look for your Chevrolet
dealers during the last six years. USED TRUCK Valuvil!
Robert Lado, science teacher in the Clewiston Inn Apartments Tues- dealer's listings in the

,. the local school, is spending a few day afternoon.A classified pages of this

; days in Tampa this week for a Fostoria vase was -a awarded as paper!

physical examination following a high prize to Mrs., Carl Johnsonand
F period of illness. a double deck of cards to Mrs. \ ','
'- C. L. McLendon for consolation. Clewiston Motor Company, ,
J. J. Harrington, former vice- I Those playing were Mrs. Johnson,

president and general .manager of Mrs. McLendon, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre -

United States Sugar corporation, Mrs. W.. L. Lott, Mrs W. Clewiston Florida

arrived Wednesday for a' we@k's H Lanier, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and' .

,J6It. at f& JJHh -" ._ ___. _._. Mrs R tf Smith, ._______.

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: New Cop Had to Admit

: Failure at First Tryout 0

: It was' his first morning on a V

THE GIFT I WIFE beat,feeling and the very young important.policemanwas So

'when he had to reprimand a mo-

torist he did so sternly.

I "Didn't you see the. traffic-light
against you?"

"No, officer," said ,the motorist.

By RUPERT HUGHES "Didn't you see me wave my

I "I'm afraid I didn't."
"But 'you must have heard_. me
SYNOPSISOn his beloved to the goodness of Allah "That ought to please you, old his farewell to Miruma. He wrote blow my-whistle?"

and the skill of the Ameriaali. man; we're turning the yellow devils many letters and tore them in "I didn't."
board the Nord-Express. with Ostend Jebb was more alarmed than he out. See 'em scatter!" pieces. Worn out and nauseatedwith The
as his Immediate destination, Dr. David dared confess. He felt the need of life he dashed off and sealed young policeman seemed
Jebb is bound for America. With him Is At last, with every faculty at downcast..
five-year-old Cynthia Thatcher his temporary skilled help. He could think of no work, his task of reconstruction was the curtest message of all, with no "I'd better go home he said '
ward. On the train they meet Bill one but Murison to hold the instru- finished. He had come safely hint of the love that neither had "I'm ,
Gaines former classmate of David's. David I sadly, a failure here.
tells Gaines of his outstanding weaknessan ments and hand them to him as through a thousand dangers, and he expressed in a word, and both had.

overwhelming desire to drink. He feels they were needed. breathed deep.It understood with all their, hearts.
the urge coming to him again and wantsto
safeguard the child who Is returning to After the deed should be done, a Miruma Hanim-Madame: Women in Majority:

America with him. During a stop. Gaines trained nurse was sadly to be de I was a long and busy week be- I leave for Salonica by the
leaves the train to buy Cynthia a present. sired. Lacking such an aide, he fore Jebb felt that Nahir Hanim
The train leaves without him. Then Jebb I next train. I shall hunt for the In most countries the female
is painfully injured In a minor accident. A turned to Miruma. could safely be entrusted to the care child until I find her. I will let population exceeds the male. For
fellow passenger revives him with a drink, "I need someone to care for Na of Miruma and Murison, though he ,
which makes his desire for liquor all the you know when I do.' Fehmi every 1,000 males there 'are 1,088
stronger. At the next stop David and Cynthia hir Hanim afterward-to help me. had schooled them in all the tasks Pasha has promised me on his females in England, 1,071 in
leave the train. David begins drinkIng Will you?" and problems that were likely to honor, that he will at
The next thing he is conscious of Is a Miruma did not trust herself to arise. Meanwhile Gani Bey grant you France, 1,058 in Germany, 1,103in
strange sort of chanting. He looks around was once a talaq and restore your Russia, 1,097 in Portugal, and
; dazed and sick. A door opens and In walks speak. She nodded.: flourishing in the radiant householdof nekyah in full. I should like to in
as Esthonia.
T. a strange Negro closely followed by a "And now I must find Murison. his father and mother. He felt many
be assured of this. You
woman heavily veiled and dressed In flow- might few countries have a larger
":- Ing robes. She tells him that he is in Uskub Explain it to the Pasha, pleasemadame. that he had a right to set about his' send me word, if it is not too male population than female.. They
that her name is Miruma, and that she Is ." own business.
." the "gift wife" of the Pasha who has another her much trouble. My permanent include the United States, with 976
All he saw of her face was Jebb called the Pasha and
t'; wife and who is husband In name upon address will be the Union Bank, women for 1,000 men.
,': only to Miruma. She knows nothing of the eyes. They were enough. They wid- after as much delicacy of palaver as I Graben 13, Vienna (Viyana), And in Cuba every the
i\ missing child. Learning that David is a surgeon understanding women are
ened and deepened with his curt soul could manage, he
;'. Miruma tells him of a powerful man comparatively scarce, with only
(> .. in Uokub. Akef Bey. whose son is slowly of an inner meaning he had broached the hateful. subject of com- With all good wishes, 888 for 1,000 men.
if';" dying. Jebb operates on the boy and saves hardly realized himself till the mo- pensation. Yours faithfully every
rz his life thus earning the family's deep ,
ment. In a seizure of confusion he 'Your servant can never repay
:::: gratitude. Jebb Is surprised by a visit from DAVID JEBB.
I--:'. the Pasha, who has heard of his prowess dashed from the house.CHAPTER you for your service by mere paras
._.. as a surgeon. He wants Jebb to examine and piastres, Jebb Effendim, but L
the wife he loves. Nahlr Hanim who is ill. CHAPTER VII
Jebb examines her. with Miruma as an VI may he ask what you would considera l

interpreter. fair recompense?" ...,! ,
Salonica, the Hot Springs of An-
Nahir Hanim was too weak to"be His smile turned to a grimace of cient Greece, seemed pretty ancientto SATISFACTIONHEADQUARTERS

CHAPTER VContinued8 very curious. The ebbing of her pain as Jebb answered crisply: the Yankee surgeon who came
life had brought its own anesthesiato "Twelve hundred pounds." *
in an express train and took a cab
soul and body. Her chief emo- "Mazallah! It is the price of the
to the Grand Hotel
Jebb answered "She is too ill to d'Angleterre.
tion dim wonder like "
was a moonlight wife herself.
. feel it much-but you needn't! tell wavering through a fog. A Having led him into the noose, Hellwald and the British consul
her so. Just tell her I shall not give had helped him over the important
part of. her was detached from the Jebb tightened it.
and that it is matter of his missing papers, had
a her pain, neces- total of her.
"I will throw off one thousand
sary for me to find out what causes The soft-hearted Murison far will provided him with a substitute for FERRY'S
was pounds of my bill, Pasha, if you
his lost and teskere
; .. this condition." passport a or
terrified than she. He stood
Miruma Hanim and
more release restore
license to travel had coached him
}. Though Miruma sought_ to reassure off tenderness and her ; l
I. fighting womanly nekyah. ,
Nahir Hanim she yielded rather in the important intricacies of Turk- i4 rim ti ai c
whispering to himself to be a man "You ask me to-to divorce, my
ish and him cordial
machinery given
: from inability to resist than from lest Jebb despise him. wife?"
letters to the representatives of
rt'<'_ conviction.And The doctor selected of \
a scalpel "Your other wife.
Great Austria in Salou-
rf:.... so at last, with Miruma holding medium size and, holding it like a "But, wh-why? Do you want to c nx 1

t ;: the trembling hands of the pan I violin bow, drew it across the skin, marry her?" ica.When he left the train he was M !
) ic-smitten Nahir, Jebb placed the which and drew back like '
.. parted "If I wanted to marry her, should compelled to have his teskere vised
Y -. point of the needle against the white silk. Then he incised the thin straw- 1 be leaving Uskub tomorrow, for- by a Turkish official, who took it in
c skin, at the fifth intercostal space; like covering of the fascia of the ever?"
charge until he should leave the
his thumb along the needle as greater breast muscle, and pressedthe "You leave Uskub forever! What town .cy u ,f a k' aFERRY'S

};'. a check, and pressed it backward, blade through its stout fabric. of my poor. sick wife-my Bash-Ka- "Will again.the effendi look throughhis

1'set. inward, and downward, with the uttermost "Some retractors" he said. I din? You will leave' her to die?" and if chance he
papers see by
a-: nicety, avoiding bone, and Murison felt the
room I The best thing Lean think of to is holding another teskere'of mine?"
f' : artery, and" cartilage, and throbbing' "The retractors, quick!" Jebb repeated cure your wife, Pasha, would be he asked.

heart. sharply, and he fitted .them the news that she no longer had a
He did not fail to slip a little bake
fJ. Nahir Hanim quivered with a young and beautiful rival. If you sheesh under the documents on the SEEDS are de ,4

{ '.. twinge of pain, but she watched went to her, and said, 'You are my desk. The recorder ransacked his pendable. They come

Jebb's eyes. She saw his intense only wife now,' it would be better files graciously. up to your expecta

t:. frown dissolve in an arch of exultance than any medicine I could pre-
"Daveet Jebb Effendi could not tions. Buy your
rf. of that exultance "
-:: ; surgeons scribe. have passed through Salonica at dealer's
display today.
; feel on tracking a hidden trouble The Pasha was breathing deeply "
least not openly and legally. It's convenient! Actual
;;': home. When he lifted away the and his eye was softening.
'. needle, the cylinder was filled with Jebb dissipated the menace of this color photographs on
"And, Jebb added, "you will save with insinua-
suggestion a further
an evil fluid. thousand pounds of fee." packets help you plan
If"t one my tion of baksheesh and hastened to
He nodded his. head and again he "You think my wife Nahir is well his cab. your garden.
I? became very solemn. "
enough to leave? At the Austrian consulate Jebb

; "What ees eet, effendim?" Miru "With the instructions I have give was received with the distinctiondue ;:.

':'. ma whispered. en him, Murison Effendi can bring his recommendations as a friend

2 "Come" with me to the Pasha, ma'e her back to health in two or three and a physician. He also learned FlY'S
months. that every effort to trace the miss-
t. turned to nod and smile as reassuringly "And you truly think it will help ing child had ended in negation. SiiDS

as he could to the anxious her to recover if I inform her thatI He visited the American consulate Daz'

.. ";.' patient, and went into the hall where shall put away the gift wife?" but the consul had been sum-

Z the Pasha rose to his feet with : I "It will help more than all my o moned to Constantinople, and his office -
L many questions. Miruma translated skill." I
could give no help. (
: "Then your servant will obey your At the British consulate they hpd !
Kept Words
k; "Pasha Effendi weesh to know do instructions in everything."
/ much of aid but encotfr-
I proffer no "I hear and wife hada
know what eet ees? you your
tT" you a- I "Miruma Hanim shall have her
agement. One of the attaches, a few words." '
.:' Jebb answered: "Empyema of the and her ?"
talaq nekyah son of a noble house, but .
' pericardium." younger "And I still have mine. I never 'l
; i "On my honor, and as soon as the smothered under the simple style got a chance to use'them." ,
: Miruma threw her hands in dis
li up court will grant the decree," and and title Cranford Banbury, Esq.,
f... may. The Pasha nagged her to I
once more: "You are sure you ,are was especially courteous.He -
'J'. translate, but she could not. Jebb leaving Uskub forever?" took Jebb to the office of the !

tried to describe what he meant. Polis Qomiseri, ,,introduced him, and
.. "The heart-you understand, the "Tomorrow without fail. If you MOROLINEI :
translated the commissioner's
heart" could have my money at my account -
hotel-" of his vain efforts to find the
f "Ah, yes-yes-geonul."

;:. "The heart hangs in a kind of a "It will be there, effendim. For child. insisted Jebb's

sack called the pericardium. It has your skill, I shall pray Allah also to Banbury on dining Evil of Omission
l "Daveet Jebb Effendi could not with him."You're.
", a little fluid to lubricate it, but the have passed through Salonica." reward you. For your" journey, Al- in a blue funk, old man, Evil comes of omission as wellas

, pericardium of Madame Nahir is lah emanet oloon! and oughtn't to be alone." commission.-M. Aurelius An-

not well. It is filled with thick liquid into the opposite edges of the mus- Jebb had, indeed,' resolved to "I'm you always alone," said Jehb toninus.,

\ like this in the tube. And her heart cle to hold it back. leave Uskub forever, and Miruma

'::. must beat through it like a man "The forceps," he commanded, forever. The fierce demands of his' grimly."Well, I'll do my best to make Sal '
duties to the lost child cried out :of i
wading through heavy It "and a clamp.
snow. onica an. exception. There's not IWITcc it.
II- grows wearier and weaker. It can- Clamping one end of a severed against him for his neglect, thoughhe much to occupy an Anglo-Saxon In

: not beat much longer. Tell him." vein, he picked up the other with the felt absolved to a degree by the Salonica unless you're interested in
necessity of earning funds' and save If eligible join this great organization ,
The brows of Miruma beautiful forceps. r
were politics. We rather feel we're sit- I' and for '
help fight Americanism and for
. with pity for the old Pasha, and "Hold this!" He gave the forceps ing the lives perishing at his very ting on dynamite. The Young Turks'are reinstatement of War Risk Insurance. I :

she told him as gently as if he werea into Murison's white hand; while he feet. But now there was no further in power but they have an Au- Write, MILITARY ORDER PROTESTANT WAX '
snatched thread loopedit excuse to give his conscience.He VHHANJ, VALLEY ,
child. up a catgut gean stable to clean up, and the oid FORGE PENNSYLVANIA.
He plucked his beard in mourningand over the mouth of an artery, and had come to know Miruma bet- Sultan isn't dead yet."

sent his lean fingers to and fro knotted it with a dexterity a sailor ter, through the veil, the actual veil "What have they done with the ,

.among his beads. would have envied. And so he did she wore and the impalpable yet impenetrable old' Sultan?" J
with all the small arteries he was veil her self-respect, her I
Miruma turned to Jebb: "Why, haven't you heard? He's t
compelled to cut. the of their situation VESPER
"Eees of duty, danger in Salonica. Fact! He I TEA
eet no hope to save her? here-here
"Give me a couple of toothed forceps -
drew about her. And he had come \
Must she-must she-dreenk of the I quick." is a kind of prisoner de luxe, settledin
to love her and desire her with a
Cup? a wonderful villa built ten years
Murison handed him a cartilage
his heart had
Jebb answered: "1 think I can knife. passion never ago by an Italian for the Allatini

save her. I think-I hope-I believeso. "Hell," growled Jebb as he dreamed itself capable of entertain family. Now the government has

If I operate there is at least achance snatched two forceps himself, and ing.He turned it into a gilded cage for the
for her. It is a very hard delicately fastened one of them in planned to hurry forth to hunt ex-Sultan. They didn't quite like to
the lost child. He dreamed that he
operation. But without it there is the wall of the pericardium."Hold treat him as we did Charles I, but

no chance. One cannot always be this, and be careful," and stumbled upon himself her without telegraphing delay.He he's a problem, and no mistake. The MORE FOR YOUR M
sure of a diagnosis, but here I am he put the forceps in Murison's grip. Miruma to join him and go with himto old tarantula may pop up any day

sure. I know; I can see.. If the "Don't move." > America his wife. and there are people enough eagerto O Read the advertisements.
pericardium is not opened and He seized the wall a little lower And then his thanks, choked in his help him back to his web. They are more than a sellingaid 0

drained at once, she will die, and down in the other forceps, transferred throat. A chill hand seemed to (TO BE CONTINUED for business. They forman

die soon. It I am given freedom to i them to his left hand, with reach from the fog and throttle him. educational system whichis N

act, I can save he*-I think. I am his right reached for the scissors and It was his curse that had broughthim Australia's Future making Americans the best-

almost sure." made a slight incision, which he to Uskub with infinite disgrace, Pointing to "Australia's future I educated buyers in the world. ..,

Miruma translated the message of lengthened a trifle with a probe. with a deep shame that he had con- place in the Pacific, her very existence I, The advertisements are part.lll .

hope with a lilt of enthusiasm that pointed knife. cealed only by cowardly silences.His perhaps" Prof. Stephen H. Rob of an economic system which b i

raised the Pasha from the cold The gushing' result so "delighted curse forbade him to marry erts urges the New South'Wales gov- ia giving Americans more

ashes of despair. At length the Jebb that he called out to the wa- any woman, least of all Miruma.He ernment to teach 'American history for their money every' day. Y

Pasha took the leap, commended vering Murison: thought long and fiercely ove'r .in its schools.

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r grandson of the Russian novelist, fly Friends tre
and other officials of Marine Stu- very

dios, Florida-largest aquarium in Few

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Porpoise, is used. It is fitted with oF 1ire.

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bullet." This is a
with the "mercy ft..t"tfJ!
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drug into the fish. NAVE YOU BOYS Y oUo
A few seconds after it is hit the

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on the surface, belly up. It is ;toFiw--- ? -"
then captured and dragged into the ,:. ; 00 ,

tank of the Porpoise, where it is .... ,,'. _
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,.: A General ,
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TO RENT forWoddingsandAIIFormal0eea- boundary line is the longest un-
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M.STDN&CO.,1714 L SL N.W..Washington.D.C. / fortified boundary in the world. ;.
/ How .long is it?
2. Is the name "Confucius" Chi-
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" II No culs100 postpaid 4. How many gallons of maple "
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c.. Baby Chicks S3 Hundred Up. COD. Started G The Answers
Chicks S12 hundred. As hatched and Pul-
lets. Write Nichols Hatchery, Kingston, Ga. 1. The boundary line is 3,898
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MONEY MAKER CHICKS-Live delivery 2. "Confucius" is the Latinized
guaranteed. Heavy assorted $3.95 hundred -
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Rocks, Reds, etc., $6.50.. Leghorn pullets
chicks, $12.00. means "the philosopher or master -
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I is made. The rock ledge appears for thorough compaction. The Legion Carnival

Bowling Matches I to be spotted, much heavier in completed surface is said to be

some areas than in others. It is very similar to concrete when .com- Here This Week
pleted .and is laid. much faster. It .{
understood that this difficult work
Make In is being. used extensively in North
Change Standing caused the to take ad-
company and South Carolina for highway .The Mighty Monarch Shows
vantage of a clause in the contract surfacing.
0 moved into Clewiston Monday and
which permitted them to with-
CLEWISTOX REALTY AND HIGH Mooro Haven "WJELAKTA RESUMES WORK opened a week's engagement in
I draw within period of four
SCHOOL TIED FOR Settle ................11 0 106 115 a the lot on Central Avenue just
2ND PLACE Dowd ..............123 151 154 months from the start of opera- The U. S. Engineer hydraulic south of the city hall. There are

Couse ...............129. 133 139 tions. dredge Weltaka resumed work
-, fifteen concessions on the ground
Bowden ...........128 145 178 Thursday afternoon on the east
The bowling matches of the little past Hardy ..............123 103 104 Sheriff Injures Ankle shore levee after several days ,in including ten different kinds of
week have seeix quite a Total ...........613 638 690 dry-dock for needed repairs. She rides. The: show is open only in
of the
change in the standings the
was scheduled evening.
to resume work
teams from last week beingthe HOJ'al's While Arresting. NegroSheriff Wednesday but the high winds that The carnival is being put on
Stallions .........106 142 141
Merchants dropped intoa day under the auspices of the Clewiston
F. Holln'worth 137 127 1QO The dredge is now
tie for fourth place with Royals, working American Legion post.
from J. Holin'worth 112 131 121 H. L. DeLaney is con- just south on Sand Cut.
the High School advanced
fourth place into a tie with Clew- A. Driggers ....131 91 104 fined to his home in LaBelle withan

iston Realty for second place, Moore I McLaughlin ......132 134 129 injured ankle sustained Sunday _! '. .U.U.h.U.U..........-..........................................................-......-...-...'u.u.u.u.u..U.h.U'U.U.u....................... ..............u.u.u.u............_
Total ............618 625 595
Haven still retains the top position, night in a scuffle with a negro p r-
the U. S. S. C. is in a tie with I
Chamber of Commerce for sixth II Thursday night, Feb. 15- who he was attempting to lock up sI ?

and seventh places and \ the Commissary Chamber of Commerce in the Clewiston jail.
hangs onto the cellar posi Weaver ......__....14 7 137 108 The negro, H. paines" had been :s: 's.I .
tion. Lawrence .......142. 133 117 arrested for drunkenness and a I

The highest individual score Parkinson ........105 90 97 companion P. H. Vann for driving

bowled during the week was Joe Oliver ..............148 _, while drunk. The men were later I \ CLEWISTON 60LF -

Schroeder's 214 in the second game Ward ................134 175 173 taken to the LaBelle jail. .',

of last Thursday night's match be- Lanier .............. 96 107 sI
tween the Merchants and the Com Experimental ProjectsAre jj
missary. He also got 204 pins in Total ............676 631 602 I I COURSE
the third game. The highest team Roj'al's Being CompletedThe i '
score for a match was made by the F. Holin'worth 175 164 156 :I:

Merchants this same night, 837 Driggers ..........162 180 110 : : .,: '. I .;.
pins. The lowest team score was McLaughlin ....155 111 Belcher Oil Company Thurs- '..:', ;", ; "- -., I ..
chalked up by the Commissary last Stallions ..........134 131 163J. day completed a 2,000 foot experimental .!. -. ": .::.
night against the High School569pins. Holin'worth 111 135 levee surfacing of as- I y
Wilson ............ 130 126 phalt paving extending from the ; I :!:
water's edge the lakeward slope y ::
up :1
y -
the Cor-
On Monday night Sugar
will play Clewiston Realty Total...........757 716 690 and over the crown of the levee as y

.. and Merchants poration Moore on Haven the local will alleys.play the On I Commissary a this test type of of costs surfacing and in efficiency preventionof of jJ 4 [ Open to the Public ] I

Thursday night the High School Hager ..............133 121 99 erosion.

plays the Chamber of Commerceand Bass .................. 70 Several weeks ago the Ballinger
Royals play the Commissary. Boone ..............120 '136 116 Construction Company completed a 1
The Royal team was the first to Oliver ..............106 120 134 300 foot experimental section of y
meet Moore Haven on their alleys Kolstad ............140 '148 the same sort but using a pre-mixed y y

and lost two out of .three games, Waters ...-....... 118 reinforced asphalt. ?
neither team making good scores. Harper .............. 132 Another interesting experimentis .i' :!:
Following is the standing of underway with Norman Rockey x ?
the various teams and the scoresof Total ............569 627 624 Latham as the contractor, using a .s. -.s"Y
matches played this week: / High School soil-cement process on a half mile 1
Waters ............129 165 158 of the levee which is now about
Thursday, Feb. 8 matches- :;: Moderate Greei Fees ::
Stone ................122 127 98 sixty percent complete. This con- ..
s -
High School .... ... sists of the material to
Tarleton .144 155 179 scarifying
:: Exceptional Fairways ::
Waters ............169 125 159 Vaughn ............106 179 109 a depth of five inches, sprinklingdry ::

Stone ................131 86 Von Mach ........131 125 188 cement over the surface, disk- :;: Interesting Greens ::
Tarleton ..........134 160 150 ing this thoroughly to mix the ::

Turk ................ 130 100 Total..6 3 2 751 742 cement with the marl, and. then
Von Mach ........155 161 147 : dampening it and rolling with what .11'

Vaughn ............114 115 Standings of Teams FollowingLast is known as a sheeps-foot roller I ........................................................,.............................................................:.............................. ....................
Night's Matches
Total ...........703 662 671 Team W.. L. Pct. .

Clewiston Realty Moore Haven ......_....... 5 1 .833 : '."- 'T- ''. --' ;

Wilson ............141 138 151 Clewiston Realty........ 6 3 .667 : : ", .. .
Small ................115 High School............... 6 3 .667 7gutau'zr 1 : -, -

Bell ..................132 178 105 Merchants .................... 5 4 .557 ,""

Knight .............142 154 149 Royal............................ 5 4 ..557Cham'ber

Owen ................121 122 177 of Commerce 3 6 .333 '
Holstine .......... 137 190 U.S.S.C. -...........____..... 2 4.333 ..' '':';' \
Commissary................. 1 8 .111 5

Total ............651 729 772
Pahokee Takes Two I

U. S. Sugar Commissary 5EEW ILi

Kolstad ...........177 134 113 From Local TeamsThe ;
-, Boone .............152 157 126
' Oliver ..............150 105 105 1

',. Bass ..................1 07 I Clewiston basketball teams

Waters ...........138. 92 lost two games to the Pahokee girls
": Hager .............. 162 151 and boys on the local court last
': Harper. __.......... ", <- 149 Monday night, the girls' score being -
36-4 and the boys 29-14.
Total ............724 650 644 Jordan with 16 points and Sal- ,
;: :Merchants vatore with 12 points were high
Markette ....... 98 191
' -- scorers for the visitors in the girls'game. :
Martin ,.__.........__147 133 I Clewiston: Von Mach, Robbins : \i

; Logan ..______......130 188 173 I and Hollingsworth at forward and
George ...........102 134 I McDuffie, Broadfoot and Marsh at \\' :r
, Wilcox ...........14 7 139 guard. "YOU EXPECT -- .
: :
" Kelly ........ ...___. 107 136 In the boys' game Stevens and I a good ride in a car this big \ -

Schroeder ........ 214 203 Spooner tied for high score with but the soft, easy ride of this

eleven points each for Pahokee new Ford something you'd only '

Total ............624 781 837 with Murphy scoring six points. expect in a car still bigger!"

;-: For Clewiston, Brantley center, was
: ."-' Monday matches, Feb. 12- high with six and Ed Von Mach 4i& : : :

: Merchants was next with three. The Clewison -
Kelly ................146 148 137 line-up was Von Mach 'and Langat )
Wilcox ............134 133 127 forwards, Brantley at center and '

Martin .............139 166 119 Redish and Waters at guard.
Schroeder ........120 167 105 The teams will meet the Moore
Logan ...........:..118.x v I Haven teams here at nine o'clock

Markette .......... 127 152 tonight.

: Total ............657 741 640 ",,
A r u ti del Retains
: Cleui&ton Realty i

. Bell ..................121 127 141
'. Holstine ..........178 179 164 One Levee ContractThe

Knight ............101
Wilson ............132 162"""- 157
Swayne ............139 149 122 Arundel Corporation, con-
on _
Small ................ 109
Owen .....,.......... 168 work on the east shore, will give .
up the contract on which they are 85 H.P. 8.CYLINDER PERFORMANCE cylinFREE ACTION ON ALL 4 WHEELS-Easier riding
I ders for smoothness-small cylinders for on rough roads!
.Total............67l' 726 752. working as soon as the blastedo !
!I.-m. fjyvit of their rlrprtir* hi" economy SEMI-CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCH-E /Vr action, grips --
I been cleaned out, according tn FINGER-TIP GEARSHIFT ON STEERING POST- tighter!
'U. S.
U. S. officials vM"} Standard at no extra cost!
Crochet -_........154 167 136 /
: move to a second contract on tl" 123" SPRINGBASE-Plus new, softer springs, Greater all.weather comfort!
Jay Moran ......105 112 -1:
... levee a few miles south of where improved shock absorbers! NEW SEALED-BEAM HEADLAMPS-At least 50%
Bestor ...........120 132 93 !
Bigg ....-............112 119 104 they are now at work. BIGGEST HYDRAULIC BRAKES ever used on a lowbrighter. for safer night driving!
Von Mach ........165 190 133 The contract whIch they are priced car! STYLE LEADERSHIP-With :rich, roomy new

Shelley..,.;....... 118 giving up was approximately. three EXTRA LARGE BATTERY-Quick starts, long life! interiors!
I miles in 'jsth and their bid was

Total; ......... :C56- 720 584 I' about 700000. They have completed -
only a small portion, the
of Commerce 'f
Weaver ::............127 141 128 hard rock formations encountered
Lawrence .......142 158 130 making the digging" very difficult.
Parkinson ........123 112 111 The second contract is south of '

Ezelle ..;............ 88 131 82 here Pahokee ino and Engineers state that n ILl? DIFFERENT FROM ANY LOW-
ward ................210 166 172 1 way to determine! '
area whether will or be not the easier digging than in that that rv"" y PRICED CAR YOU'VE EVER SEEN !

Total ...........690 708, 623 in the other any .
contract until a trial -- -"" -

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