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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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J : i I VOLUME 15; NUMBER 2 CLEWISTOX FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1940 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR '.::

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I BEGINS NEW HOUSING ; ne C&f! ou very 'jHerry Christmas! TREE ON TUESDAYIN 1



![ PROJECT NEAR MILL The Publishers CIVIC CENTER 'J

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; Construction work has begun on Highlighting the Christmas week

r. a new housing project for the festivities will be, as usual, the r .

I members of the sugar house staff ?r .' a.b. Community Christmas Tree program -
-" '< / W/hr r' rr2 a
in .0 'is'r nr > I'' which will be carried on by pro- .,imr Jr I which will be held in the

r : gressive stages until completed i Civic Center Park on Tuesday even-, -
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'1 sometime this summer it was stated ', ing between the hours of 6:45 and

; today by Jay W. Morau, 'vice-pre 8:15 o'clock. ,

t sident and general manager of the Plans for the program this year

i United States Sugar Corporation., are probably on a more elaborate '> .

The houses are to be built just scale than ever before and the -

i ,; north of the present 'Barracks. largest crowd ever to attend such '

i : buildings and along the" sugar a program js expected. The tree
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I j'' house highway and the completed program is sponsored by Clewiston :

fI y,, plan calls for a number of these Post No. 93 of American Legion 1
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.t f modern houses built in the form > R 'a / S : : 5 xt 4Y r 0 rirxfr r '/. with the assistance of the Clewis- -.|

i of a hollow square. The program 'f, ton Garden Club and the Boy g

also calls for the razing of the % $ %;;'' Scouts and is made possible by -]

!I old Barracks building nearest the $ popular subscription.: _

t j, sugar house and the complete renovation ak The movable band. shell has already

; and remodelling of the new- been set up near the tree in .
er one. Four of the houses are the park "" '
> for the concert which will *\
being built at, this time. be given by the United States Sugar ', \

Each of the houses will have Corporation Band and the Choral .. ,
:
I a spacious living room with fireplace Group. While the program is ar-

Ii two large bedrooms, bath, ranged primarily for the ,benefit

dining alcove, kitchen and large and enjoyment of the children it
""" screened porch.. They will be off 1 k :<' %r is anticipated that there will be

f frame construction with diagonal yi 'r fFj: .( <, fully as many adults present to '
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sheathing covered with white as- i/ !' ;:5:f f' 'yi.f hear the music and to bring their ;"

bestos-cement shingles on walls and children.

I y roof. Steel framing for windows W. C. Owen is chairman of the

: i will be used throughout and the Legion Committee working on plans

foundation will be of concrete pier y r Q for the tree and is assisted by O. A. a

construction. The interior finish Ji :'avr'r Jones, Carl' Berner and Jay W.

,will be of panelled cypress in the u r Moran. A special committee from '

living room and plaster throughthe : r the Garden Club is packing the gift''' ;

remainder of the house. t 'r a'N > boxes for distribution to the chil-

Double garages will be con- y rr25n ; dren by the Boy Scouts. The children +

structed between each two houses will be classed according to

i ,\ so that they will serve two families ,. '.Y), 'v/ r r Y ;rO'!fi'i ie:., .y, :r RNr s:f tx G. r K. .au"" and as to school children or rage ,
: and these will be extended at the : /2>: : is Qa 6'" 'yrC pre-school children. All children' \

:; rear to provide laundry facilities. n 4 ( .i.q a will receive candies, fruits and / ':,

i Each house. will have a solar nuts but only the children of pre-. "

I;i heater. school age will be given toys. ': :.:.
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II I. The new homes :will be easily ac- Following' is the program which<: .* ,:

::1 I 5.., cessi! } L: SGtjywVjgypes' :... of _the sugarhouse precedes .the gift distribution:'* _*o-X. ; '.
within walking distance. At %, {>t ,; ,
I _oal 4' 1. March selections..
i C ,?yf/r: rw rvYrIC3 t0 y }' and -, .i.C : ,

;: : the present time transportation these employees from Yy'. r .oQ, /, ,. N" United States, Sugar .co.:1:. or tion".1" :
I must. arrange yr \y6odllr yAv, ':. n.t Band. -' ".. 4. ,
their homes to their job. : > .
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J" t, "I Group ,Well Pleased 3. Christmas selections- r .... ?
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Plantation choral group. .'
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I 4. Christmas potpourri- _.' "
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At Reception HereThe ,
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$. {r v Yr2n I Band
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seventy-five or more dele- 5. Jolly Old St. Nick- ', '.;;

gates to the convention in Miami of Song by school ''children. ;

i the National Association of Utilities 6. Selection- '.. -;.

i and Railroad Commissioners, who I United States' Sugar- Cornoration"- "

: I were entertained at luncheon here I Band. .,,:.

V' last Friday at the Inn showed evidence Kiwanis Club HasChristmas ALSTON'S STORE IS Sugar Co. EmployeesTo 7. Up on the House Top- ?

,. of having enjoyed tremendously Jingle Bells- ;

1 their visit to Clewiston. MeetingThe Get Xmas Gifts Song by school children"" .
The LOOTED MONDAYIN 8. Arrival of Santa Claus-
'stay in Clewiston was only
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Distribution
) :' two hours long during which' time of packages
Kiwanis Club held
their an- Following the annual custom of I The Band will the
I play during
they paid a visit to the sugar house nual Christmas meeting at the Inn NARCOTIC STEALNo distributing Christmas presents to distribution of the packages. -
and to the Townsite Plantation Vil-
Ii Wednesday night each
member every man, woman and child in 9. Finale- '
lage. presenting another member with a \ each of the. plantation villages the The Star Spangled Banner
Luncheon was served at one 0"- I.
clock. twenty-five cent toy for a present. clue has yet been found to. United States Sugar Corporation is United States Sugar Corporation.Baud.
F. D. Duff
Mayor a
\ gave
I After spending so'me
time
play- the identity of the thieves who preparing 7,000 packages to be .
short address of welcome 'to Clewis-
ing, with these toys the men gathered broke open a window in the back given out on Monday and Tuesdayof
ton and Jay W. Moran briefly ex- them
together and them
turned room of Alston's Drug Store :Mon- 'next week.Packages .
\ tb4 Christmas Mass
pressed the pleasure of United over to the Underprivileged Child
States to day night and escaped with the for the adults will con-
Sugar Corporation act as Committee for to
distribution needy entire stock of morphine, tain candy, fruit and nuts and in
r host to the group of visitors. Responses children Christmas Eve. E. At St. Margaret'sSurrounded
I to these two talks were on codine and cocoaiiie, the small store packages for the children will be
- 'I Markette is chairman '
of
1 ; made by Eugene S. Matthews, mittee. "- this .com- safe containing valuable papers and placed a toy, the type of toy depending -

chairman of the Florida Railroad Following the gift the about eighty-five dollars in cash on. the individual child's by all the beauty of
exchange and a supply of wristwatches and age. Distribution is handled by the ritual
'f Commission and by the general members "went to the school housein the Catholic an impressive
counsel' of the national association. a body to attend the open houseat compacts. from the main store.It foreman in each of the villages. Christmas ceremony is in course of

I Both of these men expressed themselves the school library., is believed that there were two I preparation at St.' Margaret's

i as being very well pleased or more Implicated in the robberyand SPECIAL CHRISTMAS MUSICAT I Church, according to Rev. LawrenceJ.

with the visit' to Clewiston and the WORKERS NEEDED FOR that the chief objective'was COMMUNITY CHURCH Flynn, pastor.Immediately .

splendid reception accorded them. GARDEN CLUB TASK the narcotic supply. Heavy bolt- before the solemn

I Because time was short there was cutters were evidently ,used to The Community Church choir Christmas Mass which begins at

no attempt to arrange a program of Workers are needed to assist break the bars on the iron grill will, this year, as in past years, midnight, there will be a processionfrom

I entertainment. However the Choral with Christmas packages for the over the window three of which present a special musical programat the rectory to the church' and
were cut and when these were bent the church service hour on Sun- Stable at
and of the
replica
Group gave one negro spiritual Community Christmas Tree, and all thence to a
i-., it made such a hit with the audi- who can help are urged to come down one man was aide to crawl day morning. In addition to this Bethlehem within the sanctuary,
ence that they were encored several to the school building afternoon through the resulting aperture. He program Rev Arthur P. Vaughn of where little Corinne Von Mach will
Monday -
then casually opened the back door Fort Myers will preach a brief ifant Sav
times. the
at two o'clock. The Gar- I place stat'J{ {Abe! I .
---- --- which permitted then safe, standing sermon. '
iour
den' Club members undertake this ..
beside the door to be taken out as I The musical
I numbers are as foU '
Churches' Plan Trees task each year, and all members _i Nick SchiffH rill} be crossbearerIn
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i well small boxes which had been lows: '
as ,' I- *. I II SchlffH
and all others who would like to I the procession: with. Dick
help, are urged to be there this filled with the other loot; I -; i :- I ...*, ,
; ; For. Sunday,.. Schools r uBethiehem" by Charles Goun ; ,., : Edwar4 P9Wn* :assisting i him
I -; year: > ax ii.:'? >V *| ? IT: .1[ TEe illglit, light Burning in the anthem with obligato by RobertN. ;'acolytes. Waite' Va s'un will.

--=--==d The task has grown to extensive front of the stare evidently 6aused Smith. ,.,..?. master of ceremonies.The .
serve as
The Baptist and the Community proportions, and since it falls at a I the t1! ?VCj? ! Church Sunday Schools are havinga time when front The $Sien& Ifnd compacts -
everyone is busy all who room. g Gruber, arrangement by Lorenz. practicing for some time under the
Christmas tree program in the can do so are asked to donate were taken from the showcases
a .
Soprano obligato by Mrs. Irma direction of Mrs. Benjamin A -
i churches on Monday evening to few hours work. Many hands will on the east side of the ,Store' Smith. Bourne, organist, will sing the OOP-

:: "Legion avoid 'conflict with the American make the task light.PAHOKEE I where they could enter from the "Oh Holy Night Adolph"with ,Adam ular "Mass of 'th' Angels." Th$
Tree
Community
In the Park back room'and keep well hidden
fiold J >fry Robert I Christmas "
Christmas Eve. Smith. hymns, "Silent Night,
behind the counter while
they
The ROTARYThe "World's t'rliei Light" by Stult, "Oh, Holy Night" and "Adeste
In
programs each of the worked. Nothing was disturbed
churches will on a cantata with M"ftia Niblack' Mr. I Fideles" will be sung In the order
begin at 7:30 Monday Pahokee Rotary Club mem- the other side except the small
and Mrs. Smith and Woodrow mentioned.
; evening and all children who attend bers and their wives enjoyed a ban amount of silver which had been
I Woodard soloists. Members of the choir besides
these Sunday Schools arenrged quet at the Clewlston Inn last left in the cash register back of .
I to attend. The choir is composed of the following Mrs. Bourne are Mrs. Harry
night. The affair : the fountain. This was taken but
was one of the
voices: Sopranos, Mary Vaughn, Mrs. Elias H. Holstine,
\ The Baptists have arranged avery annual events which the Rotarians i amounted to only a' few dollars.
interesting Markette, Mary Thomas, MIna Ni- Misses Julia Ann Oglesby, MargaretVon
I the spirit of Christmas.-program depicting give for- their wives. The speakerof 'The robbery was discovered at black, Irma Smith; altos, Lola Rob- Mach, Parmelia Bourne, Sue
In previous the evening was J. A. Franklin once by Parker Wilson, druggist, bins, Marion Leydig, Florence Von Mach and Nora Oglesby.
years gifts have been exchanged of Fort Myers. when he opened the store Tuesday Graham Tenors for the
''this John Perry.wIl- Father Flynn has chosen
at time
"but this year it Salt and
pepper shakers with morning. After ,discovering the liam Martin Woodrow Christmas ,
has been ,, Woodard; topic of his sermon
.
agreed that gifts of can Rotary emblems were favors. Seventy loss of the narcotics he
immediately
ned food stuffs -will I Basses, Jim Beardsley, John Doty "Christ or Chaos-Which Shall You
be presentedat Rotarians and their wives 'at- notified federal narcotic officials "
the Christmas tree and Robert Smith. .Mrs. Christine Choose?
Baptist Children's for the Florida tended. I and it is expected that they will i Doty I Is pianist and Jim Beardsley Similar services will be conduct-
Home In Ar- (Continued on Page 6) Continued
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Doe Debtor Set the CollectorAn

I Small Town Job for U.
I I Big S.I Example in Conduct


Doublex is noted for his nerve, ',..wyhis
When most of us think oj the great task involved in the carrying out I G. shortness of temper, and his
of our gigantic defense program, we visualize belching furnaces and great scarcity of cash. While seated at
f shipyards where little men labor like ants to turn out big battle wagons. R F EN a lonely breakfast in his club, one _
iN'NU StFvlet But we think of all these things as being in great cities like Chicago, Fr -morning a debt collector stormed
in .
Detroit, New York. However vital jobs can be done outside of big and"presented his bill.

Broadway Bystander industrial centers, as for example, Hagerstown, Md., one of the smallest Washington, D. C. him"Sir, "is, said this all Doublex, know, glaring of the at
The Front Pages: Editorials ex- industrial centers in the United States. Situated in the heart of the Mary- F. D. R. VIEWS AID-TO YOUTH usages of decent you
society? To
pressed horror over the Hun atroci- land boasts During the week before his Carib- pre-
farming region, Hagerstown an airplane factory that is turn. sent a bill to a man breakfasting?
ties exterminate in Poland the, where the aim Some is of to ing out three planes a day for the fighting forces of Uncle Sam. It is the series bean cruise of the President held a Do you know that you are an intruder '
people. private
the same pages called Robert E. Fairchild Aircraft factory, makers of the training plane that bears the were of prime importance conferences in which ? If you wish to talk busi-
name. This series'o f photos takes the con- ness, go outside and send in
Sherwood "war-monger" when he company you through plant. nection with his plans for the new card." your
Poland in "There Shall Be ,, ,., In
pitied them
Hn Pa 1/11W YIYM }Y' qNN SW RRn'rr" congress. he disclosed that The collector
No ,Night" The U. S. corre- he is doing a lot of thinking about, in his,card. Doublex went out and sent
spondents got lippy to the British domestic problems along two lines and read it. picked- it up

censors. Raymond Daniell called r !t a ..:a.yd, ,yy9 Q \!2 .*' \x' rF4t 1. Youth. "Tell the "
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them more damaging to the Eng- 2. Old-age pensions.Democracy gentleman, he said 1,
"that I "
sweetly am not in.
lish than bombs. Drew Mid-
cause can resist subversive
Wa $
dleton departed from the AP's "im- ? : Ideologies, the President held, only
personal" policy long enough to reg- by convincing youth that it does
ister his sassy say-so The blast have a stake and a future in the
got results Eugene Lyons ex- existing system.' CLASSIFIED
plains why so many youngsters are The President indicated that he
covering the war fronts: Wages. The had no particular program in mind. DEPARTMENT
famous ones are cashing in via radio In fact, he asked for suggestionsand
lectures, etc. "That is how it / ideas.
happens," says Lyons in "Eye Wit- On old-age pensions, Roosevelt
ness" (news story anthology), "that \ disclosed that he has made up his BABY CHICKS
there are more distinguished for- mind as to what he wants. His

eign correspondents at a luncheonof idea is to change the existing sys- CHICKS'r Assorted heaviesblocd90 r.--
the Overseas Press club than in tem of widely divergent state con- No tested.cull s. 100 postpaid .
the world beyond, even when world- tributions to one of uniform federal Send Money Order tor Prompt ShIpment
shaking events are taking place" pensions Live Delivery Guaranteed
beginning at a lower age ATLAS
CO.,
The Post's 'Jack Miley rates than the present 65. 2651 Chouteau St. Louis,Mo.

picking All.. American footballers Roosevelt also 'voiced sharp criti-
second to cutting out paper dolls. cism of the moguls of the social REMEDIESWHY
"Putting players the experts have ASSEMBLY In this department of the Hagerstown plant of the security board who have so vigor- r
never seen on teams that don't exist Fairchild company the motors are installed in plane fuselages. Then the ously opposed liberalization of the SUFFER WITH ASTHMAwhen
," he calls it It looks like assembled ship is towed to Hagerstown airport where test,pilots take the law. He ,declared that they have MINTON'S REMEDY since 1895 has
Vireinio Gayda, who yells Mussolini's ships into the air before the planes are turned over to army fliers. been a big obstruction to reform given Bil116-relief "
editorial "boos, hasn't got and that the time had come to over- SARCO REMEDY COMPANY, Sidney,O.
many Greek readers.: rule them. It was significant that

I the President had not discussed his .-
,Typewriter Ribbons: Anon's: plans with them and was proceeding River of Natural InkIf
Fame is the refreshment that comes independently.

when, wiping off the perspiration of Note-Since January 1, when the
a career's hard work H. Hersh- amended law became operative, you saw somebody filling a
field's: The streets would be safer 190,000 applications for old-age pen- fountain pen from a river, and
for pedestrians and motorists if all sions have been approved by the then writing with it, you would be
the cars that aren't paid for were social security board for a total out- entitled to rub your eyesunlessyou
removed The Thomaston (Ga.) lay of $4,109,000 a month. With the happened to be in Algeria.
Times': It is rare that the gift is $7,048,000 paid out in lump sum But in that country there is one
worth the obligation it involves claims to survivors, the total old- stream that not only looks like
Wilson Mizner's: I respect faith- age pension outlay so far is around ink, but is also thick enough to
but doubt is what gets you an education $28,000,000. The average pension is write with. Fed by two springs,
Jack one of which is impregnated with fr-
Tarver's: A dollardownandyoureyetoothaweek $22 a month. In his conferences,
lead oxide and the other with fer-
automobile Roosevelt talked of placing 5,000,000
L. A. Seaman's: The oldsters on federal pensions withina ric salts, this strange stream thus
palms waved their limber fronds year. has the same chemical composi-
foolishly like an awkward chorus at' '* tion as ordinary ink. But of course
the prima donna's cue to enter. E; .v. NO MASS PRODUCTIONOne it would happen that, by sheer,

.'h of the big complaints of defense cussedness of chance, nearly everybody -
The1 Insult'Terrible: Erika and chiefs is lack of.lmachinetoolfacil ,, who lives near this nat-
Klaus Mann,' daughter and son of ti s. Yet there ,are many small ural ink-well is unable*to write. .
Thomas Mann (exiled by Hitler) plants of this around the
type coun
MAKING IT STICK Craftsman J. E. Clopper is engaged in weld
are introducing Hitler's nephew try that have been literally begging
around town. He has written a book ing the hollow piping used to shape the framework of,an airplane. The for orders and not getting them. One DON'T BE BOSSEDBY
about Adolf and is going to lecturein piping is of aluminum alloy and each piece must be welded to its mate company with 150 lathes has been

Canada. He is English born with the greatest care to withstand flight strain. advertising for business in trade YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE w-

and despises his kinsman, whose ,. journals for months. CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY
name he uses.'Tennyrate MeyL ; r vyjn.xAw. y nNnr.ynr a: Also there is evidence of
strong When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
nephew Hitler was j. I a lack of vision initiative or both due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
first introduced at Dagmar Godow- in making the best use of mass do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next
sky's, where Ilsa Bois found it dif- x production facilities. The blame for morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
helping start the full
you day of'your
ficult to speak to anybody connected this goes right back to high defensequarters. normal energy and pep, feeling like a
with Hitler lisa is a refugee actress million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
from Germany, and her brother The gigantic resources of the auto your night's rest or interfere with work the
Curt is now in "Bitter Sweet," industry, for example, have been next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewing
\f\nCn laxative,
gum yourself.It tastes good,it's
the film. practically untouched 'for defenseoutput. handy and economical...a family supply
She was telling friends about New' plants have been or costs only v'
meeting Hitler's relative. '"I want- r\ : dered that will take months to build, FEEN.A. MIN T
ed," she said, "to make ,the young when by a co-ordination of the great 101

man do something-just for me. nuto factories, parts of planes, 'y ;
Something" with the idea.of humbling- tanks, guns, etc., ;could be turned By Thy Deeds,
him! out in carload lots ,daily and assem Such as thy words are, such will
"What did you make him do?" bled 'at central points. thy affections be esteemed and
;
"I "asked him to pass me the her- zC' 77f William Reuther, young official of such will thy deeds be as thy ,af-
ring! the United Auto Workers, long ago fections; and such thy life as thy
proposed such a plan for a daily out deeds.-Socrates.
Words And Music: Lion Feucht- put of 500 all-metal pursuit planesof

wanger has a, sensayuma; although 3 y' { ,I Iaq the most powerful type in the
Louis Nizer's book, "Thinking on world, and at one-third their pres OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE
Your, Feet," a best-seller, offers the ent cost. But the matter is still 10 for 10 CentsCUPPLES

same nifty. Feuchtwanger, they aBRAIN "being discussed." CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
would have you believe, went to see 't Other industries'could be used in
Disney's "Fantasia," which has the same way for similar shortcuts Whom to Watch

powerful sic orchestral tones. The mu- A BORN RIBBER Ribbing is DEPT. Before you on other armament needs, but Beware of no man more than of

He occasionally told intimates overpowered him. the assembling of the framework of can start to build an airplane thereare they are not. Meanwhile, defense e yourself; we carry our worst ene-
about
it. "Evi- output drags along, and precious
dently," he said, "Stokowski be- the wings. Vilda E. Seibert is en- scores of things you must'knowabout weeks and months flit by. mies within us.-C. H. Spurgeon.

cc r. lieves that 'life begins at forte.' gaged in that task here. The wingsof aero dynamics. Here are two .

When his pals groaned at the the plane are covered with plywood project engineers doping out stress, BRITISH DAMAGE

broad pun, Feuchtwanger sighed after this job is completed. weights, etc.DEBUT. Confidential military estimates of
disconsolately, 'Ohwell.. 'I guess Nazi bombing damage to Great
nobody loves a fact man." iu., >>xwww '''v''wyw''" 'syfr CZ'vwc.'' :*Lo: } '. ': Britain are that ,British industrial

production has fallen off about 30 HEADACHE POWDERSSend
Form of Criticism: Prof. Nathan, d // + -J'1! w\ :./:_":' v ?>. nm s ." J per cent.

I F' of the N. Y. Drama Critics' Circle, While this is a very serious crimp
,
:. met a playwright at the Algonquin L in the output of British planes, anti-
t- hotel, a chapAvhose manuscript Na- aircraft guns and shells, it is not as!: for FREE Sample !' Kohler Mfg Co., Baltimore. Md, t7
than had promised to look over instead bad as the pictures of shattered
E. :
f. of overlook. The Regal One J Bristol, Coventry, and Southampton WNU-7 51-40
shook his head after reading three would indicate.
L. pages. ,_ Reason damage to British industrial Friend or Foe
"You don't like it The man that makes the best
sighed the production has not been greater -
:. writer sadly. "what do you think it is '(1) that the British more thana friend will make the worst enemy.withbackaclie .
: needs?" year ago began scattering their

.> "First of all," Nathan replied, +hi 'plants in small units throughout
'I:
It. "I'd suggest perfume." Scotland 'and northern England, I
:
I .. which are hard to locate and hardto

Woof-woof! Bob Benchley of the 21r ,. Q;,; ,:'ti 3 Y ? hit after they are located; (2) ?
j i' feelms was visiting! a Hollywood dog :s suC' that those big plants which do remain -
and cat ,hospital in search of a are protected with a virtual .
;;: pooch. A pal of his trying frantical- forest 'of anti-aircraft guns. VWHEN' kidneys function badly,and'!
I'f ly to locate Benchley YY you suffer a nagging backache,;
(to deliver a Far more serious is the damageto
with
dizziness, burning, scanty or too
f: message) learned where
he British These
was and navy yards. can- frequent urI1ationand getting at
up
!{- rushed there. Approaching the girl not be broken up into small units, night; when you feel tired, nervous,,
I at the desk, he asked: "Is Bob and they have been so heavily dam- all upset. use Doan's Pills. ,
I :,:''. Benchley of Metro here?". aged that the repair of British ship- Doan's are especially for poorly
"Is he an airedale," was the re- ping is very materially retarded.In working kidneys. Millions/ of boxes'
I I ,:; tort, "or spitz?" many cases, British warships are used every year. They are recom-

The men who take all army planes made in Hagerstown have been repaired at sea. neighbor mended the! country over. Ask your
In Other Words: The headlines for their first trip are shown here in a brand-new ship. In the cockpit is This, plus the tremendous increase

stated" : "Italian Resistance Stiffening Capt. C. W. O'Connor, U. S. A., test pilot chatting with him is in the sinking of merchant
,; And Al H. observed: "That army ; vessels, is what ,makes the British t e P
s probably is Italian for rigor mortis Dick Henson, Fairchild's own test pilot. Henson has already flown the shipping plight so desperate at pres. ,
'
/ ship and passes it on to Capt. O'Connor to make his own test. ent.


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r r THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
HOUSEHOLDQUESTIONS .
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r I I'd 11ike. to make friends with

I I- the squirrel and birds

And write famous books .
Don't let stumps
any cabbage
I .1 remain 'over winter. They harbor [ND she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in] ?pout creatures Ive l knourv

pests. swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger, because there] l, But I hate: to intrude on

I Pumpkin pies will have that rich was no room for them in the inn." their privacy much -
I'I brown tint if a tablespoon of mo- }
Tney to
:l lasses is added to the filling. From near at hand and from distant lands there seem
i visitors to Bethlehem. There were kings anaUh fe were prefer that I \
''i \
Potatoes to be baked in the skins shepherds. They followed the same star. Somewhe fednthe street of let them
will cook quicker if they are dried
before being placed in the oven. the little town these columns met, and there wds'talk' between the wise n n the3Sthey\ done..

i I shepherds as to the nature of their mi sfenT They exchange such informafipn i \ 0 tcT

:;i not Layer become cakes soggy with soft if a fillings thin icing will had about the birth of the King pf-Kmgs and where He wo be founc .

t made with confectioner's sugar is One of the royal pa aned down from his camel listen to a sjieph rcj w 10 $aic WNU Service.

l 'I' put on and let harden, before "We were in the watching our flock and sudderffy an angel appeared, Weyoj ere
the
I spreading filling.
I very mucrumgmenea.' And the angel said to us, 'Pear not, for behold, I brin god New and

\\,1" r Hen, Rooster Motif tidings of great joy, which shall be to all peopje; For unto you is Worn \\h\J\ daV in the ity Fascinating

; ''I For Tea Towel SetH of David a Saviour, which is Christ the for .'And this shall be /sign unto yfcu; e stall Transparent SewingBy

find the babe wrapped in swaddling clones, lying in a manger? And men sudd my e RUTH WYETH SPEARS

sky was filled with a great light ana/voices sang, Glory to 0od in thp highest and n ,\.> THERE are fascinating new

Ii earth peace, good will toward me, transparent materials on the
i
I "And. faded and began talk to /ach ind market now. Luncheon sets and
I: ''I the'fight we / o < oKher e aprons and rain coats and closet

I [! II i decided leave just one man with / he flock and we wen up t accessories all take on new glamour -

:' I Bethl fern to see this thing which is cpme to pass nd wh ch the for will when find that made every of them left-over, and scrap you

:I II h made known to us. And we were in great h ste. will be used for something that ,.
I sdt1high above the d d the is attractive and worth while.
And the king who,, sheph got wn from Less than 50 cents' worth of this
:, I eOY back of his camel to hear the stpry more clearfy! and this .sh pherdsljceived' window-pane clear material made

I' .ys.' la1'r 4 r f clustered around him to learn w)fat signs he and/ is party ad r the hat cover, underwear case and

I II u which brought them from far untries to Bethlehem, STITCH

I And the eldest of the wis men explained,//"For us it as star,.ajckorred TOGETHER ,
THEN
I Il l !, I z zl '.\ I new star in the heavens, and/it seemed to us that the star b and BIND ; ,

.I No. Z9160 1 we jqthered together tre sures of gold and Tankincense and nyrrh." FACING BIAS y

THE romantic story of a print '' | And he pointe to the great reti ue behind him nd the
and rooster aided and
I camels den with bales *bundles of stuffs.
l abetted by Cupid in daisy form, is heavily/ ? ana p ecioi s USE >I\f
I \ I entertainingly told in motifs for a c And the snepherds seemed asnamed and sa d"v e have CORNERS
I set of tea towels. Any bride, or 't SY FOR /
GLOVE 1 ,
matron, would welcome clever ..... AND .f ,
f
; towels like these there is for _.. UNDERWEAR
one -l
; flftNC.r. -.rv a r *12+ +12
I I CASES
I'I' each day of the week. The two } 16 }
: I i extra motifs are for matching pan- brought nothing. We came straight/ rom the fiel when the// angel, spoke ti us. \nd we CUT HAT COVER FROM 40"SOUARE
; holders to complete the set. "
in haste.
were great two glove cases like the one shown
: No. Z9160. 15c. brings the NUMO hot And all the shepherds were/abashed in the presenc of the three khgs a id their here. All the directions for cut-
I ,J iron transfer giving. these nine designs. ting and making the hat cover
.. Send order to: servants and their camels bearing the burdens of rich gifts. They could sean detect are given here in the sketch. .The

]1 \ the place of their destination/at the end of the sfreet. //The f star shone irectl on the material from two corners made

AUNT rARTUA stable. And because it small and the of the I the the square underwear case. The
j Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo. was only a place party kings'was rge material from each of the other
'! Enclose 15 cents. for each pattern shepherds-made as if to step aside so that these great men from a distant and ight go two corners was folded to make a

I desired. Pattern No............ first with their precious gifts for the King of kings. But trie eldest of the wi e me wavedshould glove or handkerchief f case. Bright
t I Name ............................... blue bias tape was used for seam
to the shepherds join hns servants and not to humble hems lves. ,,, and the and "
/ I/ _', .. binding bottom facing
,I I Address ....;.'......................: ', -
': \ "Whether it be fro /for or near, he said, "we are on the same missi n. W l loop handle of the hat cover; and
colored zippers to match the bind-
enter into the house together. ings were used for the case clos-

HIL I;II I I FOR HEAD But the shepherds were still reluctant, and one /them answered, irst m st come ,ings.

your servants with your precio s gifts of gold and fri nkincense and Today's article Is typical of the economy .

; COLDS myrrh. We have told you wye b bring nothing. We came straight, bomemaking short cuts budgeteers.that I like There to are plan com for

1ea ''I ifr from the fields, and even if w/e/ had not come in gr at has e there plete homemaking working projects drawings In SEWING for thirty-tvro Book 6
Just2 drops .
.
wo Nose Dropswillinstantlystut rush out : is nothing we possess fit to bring as a gift' to the Kin of ki gs. We all-enough the rest exciting of the ideas winter.to Send keep order you busy to:

t you on the"open., dogging miseriesnjsh I will linger and tarry here un iI you have given over \ our tr asure."

of nose"cold.stuffed way out in vitalizingtakes The city was dark and sill/ but in this street there was c babble rrIRs. RUT Drawer WYETH 10 SPEARS
.
I Remember.free healing air. of voices and the sound/of camel drivers calling tot j great Bedford Hills New York

and easy bre-ath. l beasts to kneel that dismount and unfa tenth Enclose 10 cents for Book 6.
might
.. ing takes the kick out of lead colds- / so they thongs
.- v. helps cut down the time these colds hang which held Name ...............................
in the
I place t easure chests and the sacks of
on. So, for extra, added freedom from ncense. Address ............................
colds this winter-head off head colds' And the cavalca drew before the
\ with .,r up dojfioise r with clatter
I misery genuine: Penetro Nose: Drops. ... s
I ; and tumult/ The shepherds were sllen for t ey had

I',' In Doing Right ..... seen monY wonders. in a single evening, and not he least,

Do the right and your ideal of it ,
The Better Way to
grows and perfects-itself. Do the 'LLiLMYJ.YWM7.:4n tW l/.tihW.y
wrong and, and vanishes.-Martineau.your ideal of it breaksup r of >these>rr were" the kings of the East and their camel train. t Correct ConstipationOne

i I And in the street the servants opened cedar chests and revealed great bar of gold way to treat constipation Is

THE AWfUl PRICE YOU PAY heavier than the stones which lay in the meadow where the flocks had been left t graze. to afterward.endure it The first other and way"cure"'Is to it
And the of the avoid having it by getting at its
wide
shepherds opened when
i I y : eyes again as they saw the light o angels cause. So.why not save yourself
r FORBEING and heard the voices from the heavens. those dull headachy days; plus
the inevitable trips to the medi-
GNERVOUSRead Through, the narrow door and up to the manger itself strode the kings at d great simple cine chest common-sense, if you can do"ounce it by of a

B bearded men bearing treasure. The timid shepherds followed and ranged them elves in prevention"? -
If trouble, like that of
These Important Facts! the back of the room against the walls of the stable, for they were affrighted to \ e in the millions your, is due to lack of "bulk"in

cranky Quivering-can nerves make can your make life you* nightmare old haggard of, presence of princes and of the King of kings. eat the Kellogg's diet, "the All-Bran.better way"This is to
Jealousy, self pity and "the blues." The eldest of the wise said "Where crunchy, toasted, readytoeatcereal
men is He that is born of the
Often such nervousness is due to female King Jews? For we has Just the "bulk" you
: functional disorders. So take famous Lydia have seen His star in the and need. If you eat it regularlyanddrink
east Him. And
E. Pmkham'a Vegetable Compound to help are come to worship we bring wit us rich plenty of water-you can
j calm unstrung nerves and lessen functional
"irregularities." For over 60 years relief- treasures of gold and frankincense and myrrh." not only get regular but keep
giving Pinkham's Compound has helped tens regular,day after day and month
i of thousands"in of grandmothers" mothers and And Mary, the mother, looked up at the great throng and paid no after month! All-Bran is made
daughters time of need. Try >tf If
in Battle Creek.
\ heed to the gifts of gold and incense but placed her finger upon her lips your by Kellogg's condition is chronic, it Is -

l' MERCHANTS and said to the shepherds and to the kings, "The baby sleepeth.By H. B.:"' 'wise to consult a physician. 1S

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One Remedy
:i\
YougAdvertising' Against the superiority of another
JUST THANKS
there is no remedy but love.
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Dollar EUROPE brought Christmas to a cap and brilliant red suit, trimmed Goethe.WF
but America gave with ermine., The new Santa Claus ;: COLDS
i j\ buys something more than Santa Claus to Europe. traded his famous gray horse for a ;
space and circulation in When the early Dutch settlers reindeer and sleigh. He also stopped Cfrulckfy 44.ll&
I \ the columns of this news came to America, they had never giving presents on December 6, and LIQUID
heard of Santa Claus. Old St. Nicho- started distributing gifts on the nightof TABLETS
\; paper. It buys space and las, who brought them presents each December 24. 6 6 6 NOSE SALVE DROPS
circulation the The changes in his outward COUCH DROPS
plus
favor December 6, changed rapidly in the appearance -
able consideration of New world. were reflected in his
our His name became abbreviated and change of character. When he came
readers for this Jil.i 8 IJRAl'tJ<<:1E
newspaper altered to Santa Claus, and his external to America he left behind his rod
I and its advertising patrons. appearance underwent great and bag of ashes with which he The buyer's assurance is the advcrtii
changes. From a lean ascetic he beat naughty children, and adoptedan tiB:: ing he or she reads in the newspaper.
was transformed into a jolly fat entirely lovable personality. "Being a husband on Christmas That is the buyer's guide. It tells theo
,. LET US TELL YOU old fellow. His pale face becamethe Completely transformed, he again ]reminds me" of Thanksgiving." prices one must expect to pay. Let thesellerwhotriestnchargemorebeware
I color of rosy apples. He laid crossed the ocean to be welcomed "Why? !
MORE ABOUT IT aside his canonical robes, miter and everywhere from Scotland to Aus- "Because, about the only thing ..
pastoral ,staff .to become clothed in tralia. C Dne gets is thanks.
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, DECEJIBER 20, 1940


I' tial things at Christmas. I So we hope Santa Claus will out- tinued the study of "Stewardship in ")1-)1-h-t :.,,:.,,
The Clewiston News I \ do Miss Lillie and water your the Life of Women" Mrs. Nall

In our house, as in yours, Christ- lawns and gardens for you. served cookies and coffee at the

Published every Friday in Clewis ton. mas belongs to the children, and close of the meeting to Mrs. L. C. !/
CELEBRATES SEVENTH BIRTH- Miller, Mrs. A. D. Dixon Mrs. M.
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS. each year, they take a greater'part ,
Inc. in its preparation. This year they DAY WITH PARTY C. Doke, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. !! -,
with Christmas card M. C. Powell, and Mrs. A. H. King. I.'
even began
h, i
KEATIILEV: DO'VDE.Editor stage, so if your stamp is awry, or Bevoly Flanikeu celebrated his The Margaret Circle held its ep4f

things are a trifle askew, it was seventh birthday Saturday with a meeting at the home of Mrs. L. C.

Entered as second class mall matter done by a wide-eyed member of the party, given by his mother, Mrs. Miller. Attending were Mrs. B. E.
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in younger generation, who wanted to B. C. Flaniken. Christmas deco- I Herring, Mrs. Clarence R. Kruger,

March Clewiston: 3,, 1891.Subscription Florida. under the Act or make the cards, do the writing, and rations were used for the party. Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Arch Hodges and
the 'stamping. The writing soon The-dining table was centered with Mrs. Floyd Andrews. Mrs. Miller T

proved too complicated, and we Santa Claus in his sleigh with a served light refreshments. M NA
nat $:.00 Per Yenr.Adiertlalns compromised on the stamping. load of horns, which was later distributed -

Rate On Application. as favors to the children. CS "

The kitchens are smelling very Prizes in the game of pinning <:&&II >riool) jews it
Devoted to the advancement and welfare cooky-ish every day. Rememberingpast silver stars on the Christmas tree l _
of Clewiston and Hendry County. years when some of the were won by Carol Augur, Charlene I II llllJllllll! !

choicest shaped cookies went down Adams, Patsy Meredith and Don LIBRARY OPENING Jq

throats days before Christ- Terrell.
looking forward to, and hungry The school Hub Chevrolet
We're i Library was to
this open
started the cooking
mas, we Mrs. Flaniken served refresh I
wishing for everyone else, a very batchof the public, Wednesday night from Sales'.
I with double-the-recipe
a
year ments of candied 'apples and orange
7:30
to 9
merry Christmas. the simplest drop cookies. These, juice to the children. The guest o'clock. It was gratify- M and ,
ing to have
as Bob Burns would say, are our list included ,Jean Augur, Alfred so many visitors inter w .
It is understood that the Italians cookies". We munch alongon ested in our Library.We Service
"eating and Evelyn Dodge, Bob Smith, Jim- I
will eat their Christmas turkey those and save the fancy ones my Waters, Sue Cornette, Annette have purchased nearly 450
without any gravy this :rear.hey've for the holiday itself. O'Day, Gene Fuller, Richard new books, '100 especially for the Wrecker Service 24 Hours

had too much Greece al- Knight, John Schiffli, Billy Broad- elementary Grades, from the pro- Phone 87 "


ping 'gifts, and if anyone can finda Miner, Claire ,Jones, Emma Jane I Parents and friends are cordially J -tJ.e:-: -t( -t: ': -t .e; -'. -ttY
commentators should be method of judging in advance Ezelle, Don Terrell Charlene invited to visit the Library at all

happy that the British have now how much Christmas: wrappings it Adams, Patsy Meredith and Carol i times. '

advanced beyond Buq Buq for to is going to 'take, we'd like to share Augur. Mrs. J. Vaughn, Librarian.. tt-t: J -tz -t:
listeners it sounded like they might the secret. We never know and (Other School News Next Week) y v-

lave hiccoughs. either have quantities left over, or GARDEN CLUB URGES HOME: fli

make last minute trips to the store. DECORATION FOR HOLIDAYS I $ vft .
the next day I CERTIFICATE or COHPORATRUI&SOMJTIOX ? 'INNN/yf/r. f : .
Today, tomorrow or There are so many lovely wrappingson -
. 5s the shortest day in the year. We the market today, we resolve I Ft S/ '
; Although no plans for a formal
:i. can never remember which it is but that next: ....year we'll try to buy I I I contest in home decoration have In The, of Name The state and Ily of The Florida Authority ..,.:.............,
:you won't miss it many minutes to gifts that will make small pack- TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES- ;:
r been made, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Gar
f fw.
pick either of the three days. ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS ;
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ages, so we can splurge on wrappings den Club president urges all residents : III Vf'fS/
Wouldn't that be fun? This is to ;); '. ,
t" to decorate the outsides of certify that whereas T. : : fi'U
: Some fellow has predicted that their homes for the holiday season. W. Conely Jr.. Okeechobee, Fla., I ;:. Pi
Goldle Durrance, Okeechobee, Fla., l' : :.
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1941 will be a bad earthquake year At last, it is practically done. The custom of outdoor decora- Martha G, Conely, Okeechcbee, Fla. .::(...: f" t\ : .' ( : i;. ?
?' and he wasn't a member of the The cards are mailed, the gifts tion has'added much to the gaietyof did on the 5th day of January ,A. D. 8 '::..::: : I ;. t ( : '
.. .t: .
1939 .
cause to be .it Ii! :" .
incorporated under :: :: : : "' t i-i:
Florida C. of C. ,And, needless to and the food in readiness.And the ." ...':'.: ":::. 7r'rI\; '... .". : wrapped the season and the attractivenessof provisions of Chapter 10096, Lawsof /. .',,:::::,::":..,:: ::: ,'::f"!.4 .'tf,,. ..t.. ? ....... f.ii. ......
.. say, he wasn't a California press peace descends upon our spirit, the town during the holidays, Florida, Acts of 1925, FELDA ;.it: ,<: :.:.;.. I).. ,...! t't. 11.':." "'.' .: n .
LUMBER X"X'e ?
.:' agent. for our task 'of preparing material and it is hoped that everyone will with COMPANY its principal INC.place, a of corporation busi-- &'I :.\.\.(..@<< ...{.. .........::.,..,,... : '''.: '- .f',:.)...t..;;;.::'..; ..
things for the Christmas celebra- co-operate in the effort this year. ness at Felda, Hendry County, in the
; State cf Florida, and whereas the
'!" 'The Duke of Windsor stopped at tion is happily done. stockholders of such corporation did I 11l9 I Iij
'. *, on the 17th dayof December, A.
the other day FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sears: store in Miami 1940 Cause to be filed in the D'I
.and bought a coat. We can expect.a There are those who speak of of the Secretary of State of the

picture of the Duke 'and 'The Christmas as too commercialized. H. C. MEADOR, Pastor of holders Florida under, a Consent the provisions of, all the of stock said

Woman I Love" on the front cover Perhaps it is, but we doubt if there Chapter 10096, Laws ,of Florida, Acts
of: the summer catalogue. are many of us who would be will- "We Saved a Seat For You" of 1925, Showing the dissolution,' of
such corporation, and the Secretaryof Turner A
ing to give up the commercializedphase. Sunday School;................ 9:45 am State is satisfied that the require-

Morning Worship ...........11:00: am ments of law have been complied ElectricCompany
to get with.
Remember when you used "
Subject IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
like an v-
tiny bit of sugar wrapped
_ a 'local "Stars That Lead To Christ". hereunto set my hand and have affix-
We do hope water
old-time doctor's powder, for your company ed the Great Seal of the State of I f i
coffee in the restaurants? Those officials will take note of the actionof Evening Worship .............. 7:30 pm Florida, at Tallahassee, the- Capital,

.:,. .. times might come again if we really the Fort Myers city commission.In Training Union ................ 6:15:. pm this 1940. the 17th day of December, A. D,

- Fort Myers the city owns the water Theme SEAL -
; get :mixed up in the World War. ( ) hJ 0IsJo1JflIs
"
;. "Winter Haven Chief. And the plant and has just made a reduction "Fruit Bearing Christmas. Secretary R. A. of GRAY.State.. .. ,

t.: w worst of it is that there would bono in water rates which per-
mits people to water their grass NEW DISPLAY CASE
,.. : excuse whatever for it. I"C
and flowers' ,sufficiently during the INSTALLED '- }" '-''''''?'''"'-!-".,.'.''.'...'.'.'J'J'-....-.'. J''J'.;- '': -'''...'..'. :1-t -,. :t '-"- :t '."
present 'dro ght. The 'Fort Myers -,
XMAS TREE FIRECRACKERS News-Press says this:: "It came a Parkinson's store this week look- o5h9

little late-that 15 cent rate to ed as though Santa had made a
With the approach of another water the lawns and flowers, but preseason appearance. In the meat !; i
Christmas and the an'nual Com- / market 1941 model Fried- V : IPi
it may do a lot of good during the a new
o I munity Tree in the park Tuesday I remainder of this month and' January rich Floating Air meat display a t -- 'fti1 Bh

night it becomes necessary againto I if the current dry spell per counter was installed.The .
implore parents of the commun- counter embodies all the
sists. The city council making the hIer
ity to do their utmost to prevent plan simple. Everyone who pays as latest features of commercial meat V B n

their children having firecrackers ,much as $2.50! gets water over'thatamount boxes, and is a companion to the

." during the program, at the tree. for 15 cents per thousand large meat-storage box installed ,,,

,0:. For several years it has been the I gallons and a few thousand gallons some, time ago. The new displaycase Pi
':, habit of small of boys to "
a group will make the grass greener bring is lighted with fluorescent t 4 ,V
bring giant crackers' and set them out the flowers 'and put a healthy)" lights. aZii A
off around the outskirts of the I ijv
blush and ---' 1940
shrubbery
on palms. N) 1 ..
.e
!. 'crowd which has gathered to hear BAPTIST CIRCLES. :MEET: "'
'the Christmas program and for the I Practically everyone who has a 4 qvJI
flower, or a vegetable, in Clewiston "
11
is distribution. 'of'presents to the chil- The Mary Ellen Dozier Circle of = 11Fa
has been paying a $2.50 water' bill
dren. There can be"only" one effective I the Baptist Missionary Society met W
each month for the past few; and ,, hi::( A ...
way of stopping this and Tuesday afternoon at the home of V
( some who have put in quite a bit H
that is an urgent appeal to every Mrs. C. E. Nail. The group con- FaB
'of garden have paid as high as $10.
parent for even If you don't think d dob
;i :so your boy could be one of the What a boon it would be to us all, -

.culprits. The community,, has no and how much it would improvethe B The Toggery tiil Standard 'Service RStation
Christmasby looks of our parched lawns if v
: wish to spoil any'child's CLEWISTON:
we could water them at 15 cents Shop
arresting him for such pranks TINNING & PLUMBING: SHOP
r but such may be necessary if there per thousand gallons! Such a 11 al; Ruth B. Owens a i itJ.

j' Is no other way to curb it. move on the part of the water com- Anything in Plumbing Fixtures VI B dai j;
pany would do more toward en- U A
This year the program will b. Prompt, Efficient Service
couraging the home beautification PS
;ahead of anything heretofore l Id
program than all the contests the j PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. E
:planned. Won't you cooperate in -: :: -ty ..:;: -t
Garden Club could devise. j- :t
'making it a success by keeping fireworks 1 nnn__
a' away from your boy that \ i

flight? Attending a foot-ball game in
Pahokee Thursday night,' little Sha- l "

ron Crochet, who accompanied her

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. parents as a spectator entertained w
the fans with an important exhibition -

of strutting.The 9r
.
1. I. s L G Ole.
RAMBLINGS Pahokee ,band was marchingdown I
the field between halves, S
By B. B. r
with the three dnr majorettes 1ti1'I Y

strutting proudly. Three-year old
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..;-.:..:..:..:..:. Sharon: slipped away from, her par- '

ents to join the parade.A .
/ Christmas around the
is just 'I
columnist in a West Palm
nearest corner; andthough we've
Beach paper described the incident \ S
4' known for twelve months just when Pahokee's A M \ : !yI
: blue and white
the next Christmas would be V
'
clad band strutted into the field r
there' are many things we haven't with pomp and much ceremony, !

done to be properly prepared for when out of the blue a little girl
it. And we'll in the i
wager, you're .
joined up and stole the show. Batonin

'Same shoes.. hand she followed the .majorettes -
Mrs. Stewart that
suggested we u'p and down the field, her
tell our troubles to President :
straight little legs missing not a
Roosevelt, who could just postpone step and swinging her stick with I

It a week and give. us time to catch such precision that the crowd went I

up. I wild ,over her. Members of the II I .
\ '
band missed a few beats of the II.

But the flustered feeling we all drum, but not this 3 year old miss. I.

Lave when we realize the day is so The band master's disposition was

};; close to "us and there are' so many not at its best''' when Mrs. S. L. I First Bank of Clewiston

'things we'd like to get done first Crochet, attractive mother of three

:: Isn't the proper Christmas feeling. year old Sharon walked the lengthof

.;. 'Why should we feel that we have. the field to apologize ,to him for
::', 'to "do things" to get ready for her little daughter's enthusiasm. It

'Christmas? We' love the hustle and seems that ,Sharon, secretly en-

2 "bustle of preparing things for our chanted by the display: of the band

," family and friends, the cheery cus- children, said casually, "Mommy, .
tom of exchanging greetings and I'm going to strut",-and was

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I Large Crowd Attends


,, f i Excellent Program At "

I _, r School On Thursday. ? 4

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The two-act Christmas ,
program
: ; II "A Visit To Santa's 'Workshop"
given in the school' auditorium last
night was well-received by an au-
ii' dience that filled the auditorium. i
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The first scene was laid in ij
j jI I Santa's workshop, where the bene- ,
I I volent old gentleman and his
brownie helpers were busily pre- .
paring for Christmas. A group of,
boys and girls came in to see the '
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i
toys. Santa showed them his alphabet J .

:i I blocks, his tops, the dolls ., .', ,]
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and the jumping jack. The boys
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Ii and- girls sang for Santa and gavea }; ;: \ : "jH"; 1
little dance. Two, tiny 'H'
Pickanin-I' .. .
nies who gave a little tap ; '
: w ceh'ed enthusiastic applause. Santa : q ., :.,,.:, Clewiston Laundry : .\
r Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co. ., ,
1', '
j S turned on the radio to let the chil- "f ,
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... : dren listen to Christmas carols as w.r" .. '
\
I, the curtain closed on the first act. \. \

The footlights were turned out '
for the second act, and a beautiful
.. : scene was revealed as the curtains .
tvi
'i ,; parted. In the foreground were' ,
,! Mary and Joseph with the Infant

I'' .....YH Jesus sleeping in the manger. The
carolists entering with lighted
"
I candles took their places in the I
II background and sang a series of '
I !
carols delineating the birth of the

I If Savior. Wise men, shepherds and
I II angels entered silently during the
;: a ai
carols and completed the pageantin .
the foreground.The .

entire play was splendidly :
performed and the stage effects in :
f the last scene were particularly

: J Jt -----f __ beautiful.The .
-L : cast of characters is as follows I


I, :t I'I Santa: Claus-Junior Waters. 9'ItIIIi1III
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,,1'' Crippled boy-Bobby Berner.
Brownies-Jack Davis, Billy Tul-

, ,, lis, Richard McLoud. ,
it i j y yLf s --1-"'' **HiJ JjyfY *V _rT
, !I \II tfTT y* g Smith.Tops Lionel Beattj Bobby ;

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, I Dolls-Sue Holland, Bill Blount, :
I Jr., 'Clara Jones, Joan Harris. 1 I.
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t Jumping Jack-John Williams. II I II
C. E.., MINER, Inc. Blocks-Jane Ezelle. Orbie Luke, J : .

[I Carole Negro Auger Dancers-Rachel, Dianne Mathis.Miner, I Clewiston Radio & Electric Co. I : I
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, : "Insure Everything But the ,Hereafter"H .,. Elanor VonMach. ,:; I..I
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Children June Espenlaub, < :
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H I Gracie Ward, Margie Allen, Pat t 'Fro '
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1I Bailey, Mary Louise Thomas, Joan :
Crouch, Virginia Turner, Sally .
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I :' I I Graham, Kathryn Dyess, Carline >
''I I Berner, Jane Sharp, Buber Mills, 1
,j I I i Shirley Kruger, Doris Simmons, .
;', I I Mayme Jonson, Mamye Tryce,, Joan 7 :1.
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; C'i Walker, Joyce Bullen. "
t@'I' I The Choir Members were-June

Hooker, Renee Wethington, Eliza- '
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:H{ : ,: I beth Winn, Mary Mathis, Dot -
il .
Knight Paul Pullen Sue VonMach

Thomas Lyles: Beatrice Pratt, Betty c.-...'A;:*.:4J.:$..........A..., ( ...... +'..,.'.':.., .. .... P.ii:t; :',."',.-
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fl"J{ Jane Perez, Gloria McDuffie, Chris t.:+. .f.1...#..+"'l..'.)":9h.*..''....'if..f j, "..,1f. "'''.'.', ..- -: ..' .>.

tine Redish, Marilyn Davis, JuliaOglesby ::j: J; :AA1 i i ?J"I & ,
J! Philip McLoud Betty .'.- ";; '/ :tit ('..w. ::::.; : .... \l- : A ::
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Flora Lee ,
Bailey Haven Louise < .! ..-4 'I !g !. ;r.! ::. ti\ J..r ;
Roath, Beulah Guthrie and Dick '.'fi.. .
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Owen. 1' .. .. I' E5fT 'I.S'N k .
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have agents on the case at once to H h"n\\\ RIIU.l
194 assist Sheriff H. L. Delaney in trail- !
i. ing the culprits.
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1 The thieves worked very quietly .- '. .2
1 and efficiently for L. C. Smith, .;..', <;, ._ -',,. '..,.u.":".'<"::" ,,
driver of the Glades K. bus who 'f" Glades Power and LightCompany' < .
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\ Clewiston Federal Savings and was sleeping in a trailer not more 1 : ,.. :> "
.. than fifteen feet from the' back .
... Jfi \ door of the store was not awakened ?} >: : ':? j'

1Vl Loan Association ,: .. '. ':.,: ", by any unusual noise. The bus < .:, :: I
,'1--..,; was parked between the trailer and
; the doorway and it was necessaryfor
I the safe to be moved through a
very close place either in front of ..
the bus or to the side.. The bus "
was opened and several tools taken
i
out and used and the contents of -
the glove compartment were taken
out and gone through but ,appar-' E L -
ently nothing was taken. 1 '
r The value of the narcotics stolen .
was estimated at about ,$100 and Ii
rCHRISTMAS CJEfJEJSRAFTER .. the value of the other loot was !
about two hundred; dollars more. '

Several months ago another attempt I',
was made to enter the store i
by sawing a hole near the door .
but the robber changed his plan 1
when he encountered another i
; heavier board nailed across the i
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back of the door. This man was
9 a caught a few nights later in Pa-
I t AI hokee where he had robbed Miller's I
I : Store there of narcotics. He was i
identified by Parker Wilson as the
I i
same man for whom he had filled a .
.0"-" YEAR YRAR... narcotic prescription on the day C
preceding the attempt to enter the i
store here.Catholic. i

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\ i ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER i i.j ed at St. Mary's ,Church in Pahokee .
Development Corporation
1 on Christmas morning at 7 o'clock, !
Father Flynn announced. He has I.
exteded. a welcome to all residents ,

J __ : of these the services.lake communities to attend l" .. .


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PAGE SIX

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._,"_" 0/o i.._.._o.._.u ialo7dylnYC.lsiu.._..._.,......._...i....+a2-_..:f.n. I I ., odr I Charlie Miner Is ally man-Santa invited to Claus.attend.All are.' cordi- MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

-- The Community Church's Christ ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
Named Head Of
i mas tree will be the chief centerof
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r; .. i 9lt interest, and only a program of
,1g Birthday CommitteeOrlando JOHN H. DOTY .'
oe nt Christmas carols, in which the ,chil-
l 1 Ill- l' lIr dren will join, will be given. This Engineering Consultant
r.lr
Mr. will precede the visit of Santa Hopkins Bldg.. Clewiston, Fla.
t Fla. (Special)
Claus, who will bring with him
this
Charles Miner of Clewiston
aJI some little gifts for every member
Coun-
week was appointed Hendry
of the Sunday school.Is .
ty chairman, for the Celebration of I
the President's Birthday, It was an- I, GlnvHcn Scientifically Broken Lenses
headquarters' Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
nounced from state
I h Dr here. your subscription paid? DR.' F D. GUDBAUROptometrist

[aJg Appointment of Mr. Miner was Phone 108 5 Collier Arcade
!" announced by Chester B. Treadway, Fort MycrN. Florida
state chairman of the campaign to Johnson's Fish Camp Successor to 1C H. Oakley

raise funds for the nationwide fight
g (Near Hurricane Gate)
0 against infantile paralysis. SpessardL.
Holland, governor-elect of Florida <- Clewiston, Fla. j. M. COUSECounselor
n and honorary chairman of the Boats and Motors-Guide Service
and Attorney at Law
g Standard fund raising campaign, confirmedthe Rates Reasonable Hopkins Building t:

l 0 appointment.Joe \V. H. Johnson, Mgr. I Wednesdays and Saturdays
.Gulf Fi Oil Pepper, director of organization 9:30 to 4:00,
d'vService for the state group, will aid .
StationG. Company Mr. Miner in appointing a committee I It
of prominent Hendry county
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B. Thonia 15, J. A. McGehee, Dealer R citizens to aid him in organizingthe H
local campaign which is expected H A
p.v to include charity sport d

y I events, card parties, dances and HM
-!:f'i, : other entertainments. Mr. J .
-- - - I many VJvoeLr ; : Y 4i : 69i
Pepper, brother of Senator: Claude
.. .. '< Pepper, is here from New. York to .
44 .:_' _;__:- ; : : '=_ -':;;-.:-.'_ "::::: : TUEI1IIj := [ :.,-." correlate state activities. a yM

y A majority of the counties are
: 1941TELEPHONE y planning to close their campaignswith r 1

:: DIRECTORY :2 i:: a countywide President's ;
Birthday Ball on January 30, according -
y
y to Mr. Pepper. Final plans !PP
+ The new telephone directory, which will be ready for ;t; for the closing celebration how- :

:,;:, distribution by January 1st is now being, compiled. ':.;': ever, will be decided upon by the g i '''''>''' '' ... ... .... ..".. N
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I:' 1 ,':, local chairman, he said. I ] 'd. "\
+ For your name to be included it is necessary that ; The National Foundation for In- Hr
:: 'i.1L
::;:: your order for telephone service be placed at once. fantile Paralysis has formed a
:: sports council to aid local
groups
:_: The demands for new installations are, now heavier ;i;
;; events,
In organizing charity sport
:;_:; than in the past ten years. t ,:;:;. according to Mr. Treadway., Among tf
: : this committeeare
prominent names on
,I_;' The 'telephone directory is, the only social" and business ":; those of Grantland Rice, chair. A and B Bowling I A
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Lake
:i: register that is' corrected annually. Can you ::: man; Ted Husing, famed radio DrugCompany
commentator McLemore, Alleys and Sandwich -
Henry
'i'y ; '
+ afford to be isolated? '
; Y United 'Press. Association sport n es,
:: writer; and a score of other nationally Shop i' The Niblacks o
:_:: A telephone is not an expense. It. saves many :'famous figures of the- sport I -

*_ times its cost in transportation and delay. ;:: world. "

:: Call or see our local manager today. :: Wi'nsScholastic 'l 0 52
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the Honor Roll announced by L. I
Ralston Thomas, Headmaster of

;: .: :NN. :Nh,. :M:..:..:..:..:..:.':MNM. :..:N:N:ANN. :NNNMNN. . :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...Moses Brown School,- 8 students I
'i: received high' honors, or average
r grades of 90 or better.

'i'i' : Twenty-eight boys were awarded
: honors for average grades of 80 or
: better. .

I ': Fred I. Brown, Jr., East Green- u
A AV ':: wich, R. I. Rodman,. W. Brown,
I:' 1: Wellesley Hills, Mass. Richard B.

{. I') o :: DeWolf, Bristol, R. I. Arthur D.
? .= Halenbeck, Osterville, Mass., N. J MEs
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'i'_: Van Slyck Mumford, Jr., Clewiston,

X,_;, -P :: Florida, Samuel B. Prellwitz, East I

'.'. e !4 ......,. ..:' Greenwich, R. I. I
N. Van Slyck Mumford is the son
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"' cadia. A free will .
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Y? program will be climaxed with thE I "L'I\!; (;! .. .. 6
visit of that grand ole L iWwitlw Q1 alq1fW W Il.fI allO Qa
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Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez is leaving C. T. Hurst returned this week Blanche Turner, Mrs. Harry Tur- FOR SALE One house tralle,
; today for Gretna, La. to spend the from Baltimore, where he accom- ner, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, :Mrs. R.
1- holidays with her daughter, Miss panied Mrs. Hurst to Johns Hop- Wilson and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder.FOR complete. Can be seen at Gulf

: f Personals ] Shirley Ruth, and other relatives. kins Hospital.to be much Mrs.improved Hurst is, and reported C'I Service Station. J. L. Cooper.. --


Mrs. :Manning Carter and chil- will remain in the hospital until she SALE-6 foot, 1940 G. E. ....................................
dren have returned to their homein has gained sufficient strength for a Refrigerator-corner highway and

I Joel Keene was a visitor in Fort Washington, North Carolina, after needed operation. Her sister, Miss old Moore Haven road. R. H. Craw- RUMFORD RIDDLES

i Myers; Wednesday. a visit with her parents, Mr. Abbie Metzger, is remaining with ford. P. O. Box 6506. Clewiston.

and Mrs. L. C. Reddish. her. '
> does
II !: Dr.; and Mrs J. P. Higgins were Why Ellen Eaton
I I use an ear trumpets I
: visitors in Miami Tuesday. Miss Barbara, Morrison and Roberta BRIDGE CLUBS HOLD '
FOR RENT 2
small houses for
Spicer will arrive Saturdayfrom CHRISTMAS PARTIES
C. R. Cruze of Miami was a rent at Bare Beach. Pete Chagaris,
Tallahassee where
they are
I II : business visitor here Tuesday. students at Florida State Collegefor Three bridge clubs meeting on Clewiston Bar.LOSTLadies'. A i!

Women. Wednesday afternoon and eveningthis
: .Mrs. R. N. Smith was a 'visitor
week, enjoyed their annual
; in Fort Myers Wednesday. Christmas party, and gift, exchange.Mrs. 'I
II Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail are leav- Shaeffer Lifetime -
ing'Sunday for Madison, Fla. to V. C. Woodward was hos- 'I'r'... ": '.:'",
fountain pen. Has name, 4
:Mrs. George Bellamy was a visitor 1
in Fort Myers. Saturday. spend the holidays with Mrs. Nail's tess to her club in the, afternoon.A Beris Farrow, stamped upon it. A\ ,; ,,"'

I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mun- lighted Christmas tree was beau Lost near post-office. Reward. Return "J"w... .... : I
tifully decorated and piled at its ? ,
roe. '
I Ii; Mr. and Mrs J. E. Morrison were for to L. C. Rosenberg atl( Sugar
base with the gifts the mem-
visitors Saturday in Fort Myers. Office building.
f y. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston have bers. Christmas tallies and refreshments BECAUSE she deaf from hearing pratitt of her

Mrs. Paul Bussy was a visitor In moved into their new home, recently of ambrosia, fruit cake eak., and b'lKuiti since she started using RUM.
and coffee carried out the holiday FORD Baking Powder S.nd for our FREE recipe
the
completed by Hendry
West Palm Beach Wednesday.Mrs. '
FOR SALE-Small black Shet- book. Address Rumford
theme. Baking Powd.r Box B,
County Motors. It is located on .
,
land pony very gentle. $50. See Rumford Rhode liland.
High prize, towels
guest were
Carl Berner and Mrs. E. C. Pasadena Avenue. .................
won by Mrs. Foy Durrence. Mrs. Homer Taylor, Felda. I ...................
Hills were visitors in West Palm
Glen Etherton won a pair of pillow
Beach Saturday. Morris Ford is arriving this --
for second prize. Others
--:--- week-end from Charleston, S. C. cases
I 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence and where he is a student at The Citadel playing were Mrs. John Elmore, .. ..
Mrs. R.. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. A. C.
Mrs. G. E. Etherton were visitors to spend the holidays with his
.. Carlton Mrs. Walker Nail and Mrs.
...-r -in West Palm: Beach Thursday.Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ford. ,
Harry Knight.

A. R. Broadfoot and Mrs. Mrs. H. R. Hall entertained her
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and
Carawan Nelson were visitors Tues- bridge club and awarded a set of
daughter, Emma Jane, are leaving
day in Fort Myers.Mr. : this week-end for Graceville to beverage glasses in a wire holderto '
Mrs. Carl Johnson for first prize.
spend Christmas week with Dr.
: and Mrs. J. A. Stone have as Ezelle's father and sisters. Mrs. L. C. Miller won a luncheonset

: their guest, Mrs. Stone's grandson, '.. --.- as cut prize. Vases of roses
I Paul Libby, of St. Paul Minnesota.Mrs. were arranged in the sun-porch
Mrs. H. J. Roath, who has been
where the club met.
confined in the hospital at Fort
J. W. Moore, Miss Florine Egg-nog and fruit cake were
Myers for several days, has returned -
Moore and Ed" Clark were in West I served by Mrs. Hall to Mrs. John-
to her home here and is
Palm Beach Saturday. son, Mrs. :Miller, Mrs. T. B. Shel-
'convalescing nicely.
---- ley of Miami, Mrs. W. H. Lanier,

" Mr. and Mrs. D. G. McFarlandof Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. J. W.
Bill Owen who is Tu-
Miami were guests of Mr. and attending Ezelle, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs.
I Mrs. Herman Dyess last week-end. lane University, New Orleans, is Dave Alston and Mrs. W, D. King,
I returning this week-end to spend who joined the players for refresh
the holidays with his parents, Mr. Clewiston Bar and
Mrs. G. R. Dyess and Mrs. Her- ments.
'and Mrs. W. C. Owen.
man Dyess were visitors in West Mrs. C. E. Nail was hostess to Cocktail Lounge

Palm Beach Thursday. the Wednesday evening bridge club

-----..- Wilbur Goff returned Saturday and awarded costume jewelry as tif1 '. (Where Friends Meet)
from Albany, N. Y., where he has
prizes. First prize was won by
L. A. Maloy of West Palm Beach i I
was a business visitor in Clewiston been employed for several months. Mrs. Roy Alston and second by Mrs.T. .
After a short visit here he left for
this week. B. Shelley. The living room was .
I tn -----..- Key West where he has accepted gaily decorated for the holiday i ENJOY CHRISTMAS AT OUR

I Miss Betty Spicer and Sandy Bell employment for a few months. season, and the gifts were arranged I COCKTAIL LOUNGE

were shopping in Fort Myers Sat- beneath a silver tree.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dodge and
urday. Fruit cake and coffee were serv-
children, Alfred, Evelyn and Sarah ed by Mrs. Nail to Mrs. Shelley, -

\ Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and Mrs. J. Lee, left this week for a visit with Mrs., Alston, Miss ,Mae Palmer, Mrs.
relatives in Savannah
before
,I I F. Currywere shopping in West go-
ing on to Norfolk, where will
.they,
I: Palm Beach Wednesday! r .
reside in the fulure.Dr. .
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'\ I Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs.
W. D. Horn of Sugar Creek, ? I -
\ H. A. Bestor were shopping in West

J II. I Palm Beach Tuesday.---- the Pennsylvania season at, the has Clewiston arrived to Inn.spend Dr. j CHRISTMAS |n ny I

Horn was here for several months
'.' Mrs. T. B. Shelley; of Miami spent -
I !-' and last year, associated with the Re-
Wednesday Thursday in ClewIs- -- iSfliA
search Laboratory of the Sugar Corporation :
ton.

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1Irs.Jay W. Moran and Mrs. O.
Mr.: and Mrs. R. C. Nowling took
F. Schiffli spent Wednesday in
West Palm Beach. their baby daughter, Martha I &

I ____ to the Lee Memorial Hospital Jean'l ,

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were Fort Myers for treatment this ;iR i
Mrs. Nowling, who
Saturday visitors in West. Palm /
I r Beaeh. Fort Myers to be near the baby,
ports that she is' much re.j s Rs --

Miss Marcia Avant was a business ,

I visitor in Fort Myers Wednesday Teachers in the 'local school who I .
II afternoon. are leaving for the Christmas vaca-

---- tion include Joel Keene, who leaves I.

II i : Mr. ad Mrs S. L. Crochet, Sharon today for St. Cloud; Miss Evelyn

I \, Crochet and Mrs. Arthur Bong Burhans', who will spend the holidays Gulf iiv n
spent yesterday in Miami.Mr. in Umatilla, Miss Alice Stein- v
holtz, who will go 'to Daytona Hendry County Motors
if Oil. .
and Mrs. Wallace Arey are Beach and Miss Evelyn Bell who i :( -"
returns to her home in Arcadia. '
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Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart and a Patterson sons of Mr. and Mrs. R.

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II Roberts, their niece, who has made i in Lakeland to spend two

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That evening at supper the two "Dr. Doane! What do you mean?" Is Science Wasting Time?

women asked so many questions' of' "He is in Monterey. And heaven

the doctor, and these were so pa- help' me! He forbade me tell. On A famous scientist has confessedhat -

thetic in tenor, that he was hard your life, Dona Maria, don't tell S t' it took him. four months to

put to it to give them consolation. Carmen." :::alculate the exact distance from

Dona Maria sighed deeply when ,he earth to the sun. When askedvhat
the doctor tried to offer cheer.
CHAPTER XIV direct use his labors wereo

"If only Senor Bowie were withus mankind, he blandly replied:

!" she said. "Nothing has seemedto The surgeon jogged back to Monterey 'None." Scientists seem to derive

go right since he left." feeling somewhat guilty about :Considerable satisfaction in unearthing 0

"Why did he leave?" asked the his breach of confidence. He busied : information that appears

doctor casually, though he knew the himself framing a story to break to, be useless. f I

answer. Bowie's anger. One scientist has' just discovered '

THE "He thought he could better himself He reached home late; so late he I at great pains that bees are

CARMEN RANCHO up the river." thought there would be no danger of t deaf and cannot see red. Another,

OF "Why, Mother," exclaimed Car- facing the' Texan before morning. j that; 80 per cent of all parrots are

men, crimsoning, "you know that's Yet within ten minutes after he had !eft-footed.: A third that sheep remain .

not the reason. Mother doesn't, lighted his lamp in his bedroom adjoining 1 awake 13.2 hours daily, and

By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Sorvic. want to blame me, Doctor-that's the office there came a tap fepend half their time eating anda
all." ping on his window. i: fourth has proved that insect

CHAPTER. xm-Continued say,"'We are hungry.' What can we "Ah!" smiled Doane. "A heart I "Henry," he protested after he 1 traps equipped with blue lights

-14- do? affair." !. had carried the lamp into the office lure seven times as many femalesas

A ray of light on the fate of the Carmen's eyes flashed. "I know "But surely that would not send and let in the Texan, "I didn't ex- .males. yew

missing man came, after a year or what we can do, Padre. We haveat him away back to Texas," coun- pect to see you before morning. You

more, from a least expected quar- Guadalupe every promise of a tered Dona Maria gently. "Sanchez don't sit up all night, do you?"
bountiful harvest. The wheat is almost ,
ter. Pedro, one morning, brought tells us he went." "How did you find things at the
in"'word that the missing Sanchez ready to cut. There is a gran- rancho?"
had back that he had found ary full of last year's wheat. You The surgeon had his ears open.'
come ; "You can never tell, Dona Maria," The doctor shook his head doubt-
,the rascal, Yosco and killed him shall needs have every for bushel above Indians.our said he, "as to how far these heart fully. "Not very bright, Henry.
own your poor
.and he hiding somewhere near
was affairs will carry a man. Some men "Has Don Ramon got the small-
This wretched, robber Mexican government -
Santa Clara and had
Mission
men- "
? rO
would think halfway around the pox 'li
What greedy beasts! Talk
Indians there s.of
.tioned to
ne_ about Americanos I They couldn't be world not far enough. Much would "He has not-it's chicken pox, but

Bowie. !1""Such depend, I should think, on how deep he's pretty sick with it."
worse
the mission -
Pedro was dispatched to -
the wound." "How is Dona Maria $
?
Indians at once with instruc- is our lot, my child, said .
"I think all this is silly talk," "Worried to death but Qa
tions to bring Sanchez back by fair Padre Martinez, thanking her. very not sick.
means or foul, to assure him that "Cease not to pray. Only to heavencan exclaimed Carmen almost explo- Doane was amused at the way the V'

his old job was open for him, and we turn for help." sively. Up to this point she had questions came slowly and coveringone
maintained a reserve so even that person at a time.
that, while he had not been forgiven -
for killing the man who had taken In Monterey Dr. Doane's office her medical busybody could hardly "Senorita well?"

his sweetheart, his conduct wouldbe was not far from the water front. formulate much of an inference as "Seems to be, yes. She is lookinga

overlooked. After two days of The doctor himself, in the inner of- to her feelings. But he had now little peaked. I vaccinated every- ,

suspense at Guadalupe Pedro, ear- fice, was engaged one morning in body on the ranch, from the scullions &i4W4Ilyr

ly the third mdrning, walked into reading when the outer door opened up. What's the news withyou

the office of Don Ramon to say he and a bearded man looked in on ?" y ,b y.;;,; t. ,

had Sanchez with him. him.The "I'm tied up here for a few days.

Dona Maria and Carmen joined doctor glanced up. "Bowie!" '- Spear sent a man down to say he

Don Ramon and waited hear San- he exclaimed. "Where in Texas did "J" ". had to go to Santa Barbara again

chez' story. It was vivid and absorbing you come from? Sit down." \ .....--' and wouldn't be back till the end of
...,J
for Sanchez told everything.But "I hardly expected to see you the week." .., ,

in the end the question markof again in California," said the doc- "All right, camp here with me.

mystery still remained. The two tor, when the men had seated them- ,There's an extra cot in the bed

men: had parted in the mountains, selves, "so tell me all about it." room."

;Sanchez to go north, Bowie to work "Not much to tell," countered "How are the vaqueros?"

pis way over the inhospitable Si- Bowie. "I got a letter from Cap- "At Guadalupe? Pedro is foreman
erras and across the trackless des- tain Sutter while I was in San An- with Sanchez for a second." The Smoke of

ert and the Staked Plain into far- tonio, making me a pretty good of- "What about the stock?"

away Texas. fer to join him as a partner. So I' "What's left is all right. I told SlowerBurningCamels

I It ,was a recital so convincing that I'm on my way to San Francisco, 1 -1\ you everybody's stealing it. Let'sgo
as they call it now, to get some "
to bed.
none thought to question it. Surmise gives you-
fixed only on the possibilities of the money from Nat Spear and take a "There was a big bunch of cattle

outcome. To undertake such a feat, I. boat Wednesday with my horses up there when I left." *

even in a stout company of fron- the river. It's three months now "What the gringos leave, the Mex- EXTRA MILDNESS

tiersmen, at that early period of since the captain wrote, so he may icans help themselves to-it's too

California travel, was enough to have made" different arrangements.We'll .1'b bad, isn't it?" EXTRA COOLNESS

give the hardy pause; to attempt it see. The doctor shot the question to
There natural bond
alone was a challenge to the most was a of sym- catch ''him unprepared and suc-
reckless adventurer. Spanish thought pathy between the Irish doctor and ceeded. EXTRA FLAVORAND
the gaunt Texan. ,They talked sometime
would dismiss such an attempt as "You "
before the conversation turnedto see, Doane ran on as he
insanity. Yet the men who were to turned
Bowie out the light, "I like those -
what wanted to hear about.
make California into a frontier em- folks. To
me, they're the picture

very
But since both were pretty goodat
pire did attempt the hazards of such .4-A': at Guadalupe of the splendid
their inner
masking thoughts and -
endeavor and sometimes, though by'no ( \
Spanish tradition that came to the
each waited on the other, it 'took
means always, got through. New World from\the Old. Ever beenin
time to bring the talk around to
Much talk followed Sanchez' news. Rancho Guadalupe. The wheat is almost cut. Spain, Bowie?"

Don Ramon gave up at once all "How are things going out there?" worked his probe deep enough to, There was no answer in the dark.
expectations of Bowie
ever seeing
But a moment later the doctor .listening
echoed the doctor. "Not well. -
very excite resentment. She rose impa-
again. The Indians divided in
were But for that matter where are they in the dark, heard a calm but
opinion. Sanchez doubted whether tiently to her feet. "Senor Bowie,
well in California? distinct question not to his liking.
going
Everythingis
Bowie could survive the perils and she went on, "is a gentleman of
upset. Politics boiling, lawless- sense and intelligence." "Did you say anything about my being
hardships that lay ahead of him. here?"
Pedro could not or ness growing, gringos and these "I thought him a cowboy," purredthe
argue
express damned Mexicans squabbling; and doctor. Doane, in turn, took his moment
himself
eloquently .
any subject.But then to else for before answering. "I was hopingyou
cap everything me,
he knew Bowie better than any "A cowboy who has attended
smallpox all the coast. Bowie wouldn't ask that tonight
over ; ,
other any-
person at Guadalupe. He had Georgetown University? She spoke
I need an assistant. You'd better way. Well, I told nobody but Dona
seen him in he with heat. "Senor Bowie is cabal-
many tight places; a q "
join with Maria and cautioned her against
had him I up me. lero not If had
seen meet and a
emergency vaquero you ever
telling of the rest of the
But Bowie was serious. "What's any family.
knew his resourcefulness. He could talked with him you'd know he is a LESSNICOTINE
wrong at Guadalupe?" he asked as I'm dead tired Henry; I'll tell you
only and did he gentleman of not to be
say, say, that casually as possible. sense, likely more about it in the morning."
thought Bowie would make it and seriously upset because an insignificant -
"Don Ramon is down with small- .
return. girl declined his hand. With
An Indian "If had seen her face light
they you
pox, say. brought ijp
the words she walked
Many moons passed at the rancho word from Dona Maria asking me to indignantlyfrom when I told her you were here you'd
before anyone knew whether Pedro's the room."Senorita .
come right away and vaccinate everybody have forgiven me for breaking con-
prophecy or Don Ramon's called the doctor aft- fidence-you would indeed continued
., ; and virus here is scarce.
foreboding would prove right. Guad- er her, but she did not hear. the doctor breakfast
They're in a panic. at in the than the of the 4-
alupe affairs did "Please Dona Maria he contin- average
'in
not improve "Naturally," said Bowie. morning. "She thinks a lot of you-
the long interval; rather, they grew "That's only part of it," growledthe ued, "tell her not to go riding for a in fact, everybody does at Guada other of the largest-selling
worse. day or two with that arm .
The first Sanchez
surgeon. "Fremont steals their lupe. question
To make matters worse at Guad- Senorita Carmen has spirit, Dona cigarettes tested less than
horses; bushwackers steal their cat- asked was whether I had ever heard
'" alupe, Don Ramon, never robust, a tle; the damned gringo squattersare Maria," added the surgeon, putting anything of you." any of them according -.i
man of peace, unfitted to cope with away his implements."I .
stealing their land; and that'sthe Bowie offered no comment on anything -
such conditions, fell ill, and the trou- way things are going at all the am glad she has," said' Dona The doctor thought he was to independent scientific

bled management of the rancho fell ranchos. Bowie, I'm riding out to Maria. "My own is pretty well deeply offended but made up his of the smoke itself.
Dona tests
Maria.
on. cowed. What with Don'Rllmon's ill-
" Guadalupe right after dinner; take mind it was better not to pay any -.
.. This, in turn, meant that Carmen dinner with me and ride out, too." ness and all our other troubles, I attention to his mood. After dinner

..: would have to assume a share of "Sorry. I've made an appoint- seem unable to face things as I usedto. Bowie 'asked the doctor to lend him

;: the burden, and she did so. Pedro ment with Nathan Spear-he was- I hope Carmelita will soon makeup fifty dollars.

\. gradually came to look to her first here yesterday-to meet him in San her mind to marry. She seems And the surgeon was surprised in
for her mother's orders and at Francisco tomorrow morning." interested at least I sometimes
the afternoon by the appearance in
length for her Carmen of think so-in Don Sebastian of Santa
"
own. necessity "That ,will keep.
the street before the office of two
.
r.. became active in the saddle Bowie shook his head. "He's go- Barbara, who is crazy about her. pack mules with loaded hampers.Two .

and, under the wing of Pedro and ing down to Santa Barbara tomor- But the child is fickle. She seems to Mexicans rode up soon, and
his husky vaqueros, full of fight at -row." blow hot and cold with him. And
one of them, knocking at the office
the thought of marauders. Hermother's should she him-she is
Dr. Doane did not give the even accept
. up door, asked for Senor Bowie. Bowie
:: chief worry was that the fight to make Bowie ride out with keeping him waiting now that himself appeared within a few min-
: burning-eyed girl would become embroiled would not help me. These dons have ..cJ -'\
him, but he failed in it. The Texan utes, casual as usual. He asked
r to her undoing, in resist- was stubborn. their own estates to look after No, doctor
-.' the for paper and pen, wrotea
ing minor raids on the rancho. "I shall tell them you were mean Senor Bowie was my only hope for short note, addressed it to Dona
None of this round of anxieties "
our protection.
about it.
Maria and handed it to one of the
y
and excitement'diminished the in- Bowie raised his hand in quick pro- "I wonder," mused the doctor, Mexicans and bade him and his

terest of Dona Maria or her daughter test. "Tell them nothing about me "whether he will ever come back." companion be on their way. He

t' in the affairs of Mission Santa -not even that! am in California," "He will never come back," then asked the doctor to lend him EafI1Keep I

Clara. Its now rapid spoliation by said Bowie. "I'm not joking, Doc- prophesied Dona Maria. one hundred dollars more. Takingthe

; the greedy Mexican government tor," he added bluntly. "Who can tell? And'if the Senorita gold without comment, except a

served to sharpen the sympathies "Have it your own way," sput- married and left the nest, he might brief "thank you," Bowie started
",', of Dona Maria and Carmen for:.the, tered the surgeon. even come back here." downstreet. He did not reappeartill

' patient padres who submitted with- But on reaching the rancho Dr. "Dr. Doane," exclaimed Dona suppertime at the restaurant

: out resistance to the outrageous pillage Doane. was sorry he had assentedto Maria, "what makes you say that?" where the two took their meals.
i' of their corrupt oppressors. the Texan's injunction. The whole "Just surmising on possibilities "
"Well, asked Doane when they
:Y: "It"is not for ourselves, dear seno- i atmosphere of the rancho was said the surgeon with an air of casu- had reached their coffee, speakingas

rita, said Padre Martinez to Car- i mournful. Two almost helpless alness. But Dona Maria's suspi- if he thought he had a right to
men, "that we mourn, but for these women-Carmen
was the only one cions had. been awakened."I know, "what's it all about?"
poor neophytes, our Indian men and with any courage left, and she had believe
know
,, Indian you something you "Since you've let the cat out of the
women whom we are forcedto more courage than the experience are keeping back, Doctor," she said bag, anyway, and Don Ramon is

turn them away into to drift back, so manyof needed in managing and directing flatly. "What is it? Out with it." down sick, I thought I ought to senda
savagery. With our vaqueros. "Can yo'U keep secret?" continued
a few little things out to Guadalupeto
cattle taken and ,
our horses sold
But the doctor '
brought one great the doctor.
show I hadn't forgotten their past'
how can we buy grain to feed these ray of sunshine to the gloom. Don
"Women not to "
are supposed
are kindnesses, and, he added haltingly -
... poor people? And it would break Ramon, he announced definitely did I
? But
they she added, as Doane "things like that. What do you
your heart, senorita, to see them not have the Posted Values
smallpox: he pro- seemed about to close his confi- think?" i on

plead us''as with children us for food.to their They lookto nounced his illness chicken pox. dence with his lancet case, "try me.I I "I think it's fine," replied the doo- By Reading the Ads
mother. Dona Maria and Carmen drew deep will do my best." tor. I

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!T 0i I 'j"; Peter B. Peeve I D SUNDAY Lesson no ion,religion worship no permanent; ;and without without freedom.-worship relig-,

By Dean HAROLD of The U Moody. Bible l Institute. D. D. Montalembert.A .

of Chicago: bad custom is
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) like a good
cake, better broken than kept.
-Old Proverb.We .

Lesson for December 22 shall never gather happi-
.3-
Y ness if we try to retain it for

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected ourselves.Addison.Assailed .
<'" and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil
of Religious Education; used by by scandal and the tongue
f \ permission. of strife, his only answer was a
blameless lifeCowper.A .
SHARING THE SHEPHERDS' JOY
t 9 thing of beauty is a joy forever -
'/' ;/ (Christmas Lesson) .-Kea ts.

( r I LESSON TEXT-Luke 2820. God tempers the wind to the
:::: GOLDEN TEXT-Glory to God ,In the shorn lamb.-Sterne.
highest and on earth peace good will toward
men.-Luke 2:14.


\ Tinsel and toys, snow and sleigh
bells, crowded department stores
and rushing throngs, gifts and greeting -
cards, Christmas dinner and fellowship -
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with family and friends-
is that all Christmas means to us?
All these things are proper in their mues
place-exciting and interestingbutthey

are not enough. Out of Sight

*:... They have never been enough and Army Doctor-Weak eyes, eh?
certainly they will not do this
/ year, How lines
many can you read on
/
with a world in chaos. We need not that chart?

lose any of the thrilling enjoymentof Draftee-What chart? _
Christmas by properly observingthe .

". :,, day; in fact, we shall only en- Heard about the linguist who has
hance its meaning and bring out its mastered
every tongue but his
'r", real glory by keeping Christ at the wife's?
heart of our Christmas.The .
1 '
-
-. opening verses of Luke 2 tell Not for Her

,.-.- us of the coming of Mary with Joseph When the barrage balloons uere over
.' to God's appointed place at His the English town an old lady was puzzled
appointed time for the coming into by them. She was told not to worryas
this world of His Son to be made they were for our protection.
flesh and dwell "Are they indeed?" she exclaimed.
among us (John 1:
I Nell, they'll never get me to climb up
r':tif 14). Our lesson tells usjof there."

I. Good Tidings of Great Joy (vv.
r.i 8-14). Happy Hours AheadA .
God had good news for the peopleof
this world and He gave it, as was gift to make many happy hours
His custom those for pipe and "makin's" smokers is
to who were faith-
fully discharging their humble the Prince Albert Christmas pack-

duties (cf. Judg. 6:11, 12; I Kings age-one full pound of ripe, rich-
I'M 19:19). God is still ready to reveal tasting, mellow tobacco. Colorful
His glory and grace in the "office, holiday wrappers put these popu-
kitchen, mill, barn school-room, lar presents in gay Christmas set-
and open field-places where peopleare ting-and a handy gift.card is en-
closed. Your regular tobacco dealer -
at work on daily tasks" (Doug-
las). You need not be in the great has the one-pound gift tin of
444-. church in a large city to meet Him Prince Albert on display. Remem-
on Christmas day. He will reveal ber! Prince Albert is the cooler-
; Himself in all His beauty where you burning tobacco-the National Joy;

'MA are, though you be in the humblest Smoke.-Adv.
surroundings and at the most menial
task. Look for Him! For Busy Shoppers

Note that the army of heaven Winning popular approval with
I came to declare peace, not war; but busy Christmas shoppers are the
T only to those in "whom He is well two handsome gift packages of
!I. pleased" (v. 14, R. V.). As long amen Camel cigarettes featured by local
J serve the devil and displeaseGod dealers. The regular Camel car-
T they will have no peace.II. ton-10 packs of "20's"-comes ina

Great Faith and Consistent colorful, holiday dress. Equally
Action (vv. 15, 16). striking is the gay Camel packageof

E The shepherds did not say, "Letus 4 "flat fifties."
now go and see if this thing has Both packages contain 200 ciga-
---. .._ to "which rettes-are gifts to get
-"- .... come pass, or we expect'or easy per-
:' R :.. ,.!o' ........ hope will come to pass," but said, fect to receive.-Adv.
:. ': "which is come to pass.". They
So :, f..,,.
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assurance they
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.. j what come pass. Blessed
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., P ill. ...........-.. .-.. .PUT So MlC4Ewtti faith! Let us too believe God's word
J "::<:-'.'--,..J 'to us. o Laxative

: ::::?i GUM But "faith without works is dead" For Headache,
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: ?, '} :i CONSCIENCE ftZACKsa have made many excuses for not I, and Dizziness

/ .7 ,Z' going but "they caane" and "found"the t ;: 1 ; when caused by;
/\'{J "" ..z. Saviour. Perhaps you who read i 1r !; Constipation.
P 1:1. 0 V .f1' ,y these words have failed at that
15 doses for
.\$' point; you have not come'to Jesusas h
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By ('f'iP\ your Saviour. No more appro- jm only 10 cents.
-'v'WOMEN priate time could be found to come
C. M. Payne than right now. Believe, then act I

on your faith.
WNU Bell Servle
Syndkat.-WNU
t Some of us who are Christians
need 'also to learn of the shepherds.

We talk a great deal about our devotion Man's Worth

ARE1 to Christ. Especially at this Every man is worth just so

.P. 1 FOOLS POP I'VE ONLY MET ONE REALLY Christmas"lip service"season to Him.we render Let us makeit much about much which as the he things busies are himself.-worth

SENSIBLE ONE IN real, and our lives virile. and Marcus Aurelius.
I MY LIFE! active for' Him.
: III. Good News for Meditation and
_. WHYDIDN'T Proclamation ( 17-20).
vv.
C
,
0a \ t ; YOU ASK The" gospel is literally "good SIkIOSEPI!
news. What a blessed privilege it
HER TO
is to have such good news in a dayof pTlO
WORlO'S SELLER
\ MARRVjYOU (ARGEST
evil tidings, of darkness and
( p despair.

P There are two things we ought to
I, '\ do with the gospel of God's redeem-

rr ing grace. We should make it
known to the ends of the earth, but
0 we should also do as Mary, "who
kept all these things and pondered
them in her heart." We know she All the Traffic

had special reasons for doing so,
l I DID '- but may we not suggest that you
: make this Christmas Would Bear"
BUT SHE I too a time
A when you will ponder in your own
i WOULDN'THAVE heart what God has done for you in
iI "
I MB / Christ?
I I II The shepherds also set'us a Christ- There was a time in America

mas example, for they "made when there were no set prices.
.. a known abroad" the coming of the
Each merchant charged what
Saviour. Will you tell someone else
ByE today; ? Will you, like the shepherds he thought "the traffic would

E be "glorifying and praising bear." Advertising'came to I
Millar WattI God" this Christmas? You will if
them to the the rescue of the consumer. !
you, like go manger
*"" and meet Jesus. If you go to this It led the way to the established -
world's empty show of celebration,
: prices you pay when
i'l I you will return empty (see v. 20).
I ... .. you buy anything today.
Wlo.'U1 Rpleee.E ry T e 9'11 6 nI ere. tee 1'4 ....;...,''."... May the blessed peace of Christ
be yours this Christmas. That is
my wish from the heart to you.

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