The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Turkey Shoot And Tree Is UrgedThe


Clewiston Garden Club ,will
Kiwanians voted their barbecueand

COMMUNITY CHURCHChristmas evening turkey on the shoot ridge held the Wednesday tops in CHRISTMAS EVE sponsor Christmas the decorations annual this, contest year with of, ON SUNDAY EVENING

three prizes to be, awarded. In
outdoor meetings. Four Boy Scouts,
class all decorated
Sherwood Hall, Oliver Martinez, :Midnight: mass at St. Margaret's one A special candle-light Christmassong
will be observed with Christmas trees will be judged. In
Frank Conkling and Raymond Catholic Church will be a solemn service will be held at the
special services both morning and another all ,cut decorated trees,
I Trice, with their assistant Scout-, mass, sung by the choir under' the First' Baptist Church on Sunday
I evening at the Community Church, either outdoors or arranged on
master, Jimmy Wilson, barbecuedthe direction of Mrs. B. A. Bourne, evening' at 7:30. and an excellent
r December 21st. A inside windows so as to
porch or
Sunday, pro- ribs before the arrival of the organist. "Leonard's'IMass ,in F" ''program has been arranged for this
gram of carols, followed by .a be clearly seen from the outside
Kiwanis members at 7:30. has been chosen for the occasion. principal service of the holiday
special Christmas sermon, "Christ- will be judged as a class. In the
,After the meal the Kiwanians
Father Timothy J. Geary has season.
: Meditation" by Dr. E. B., third class will be doorway or
and their divided for the will be that
guests planned a beautiful 'and impressive The only light given
will at 11 o'clock house decorations.A .
Landis begin
turkey shoot. :Art Lawrence andR. service for the midnight mass this by the lighted candles and the
'ng.Beginning single cash prize will be
Sunday morn C. Wilson 'won the turkeys in year. The service will begin at effect is expected to be very inspiring -
awarded in Harlem for the best
at 8 o'clock in the the members group and Olin 11:45 Christmas Eve night. The Everyone is cordially invited -

I evening will be, a 45 minute serviceof Waters and Rail.h Bishop Jr. were church will remain in semidarkness decorated house. Anyone wishingto to attend.

Christmas music, prepared and winners in the guest group. for the singing of Christmas enter any of these classes will The theme tof the service centers
please register with Mrs. P. M. '
presented by the Community Members attending were G. H. carols. These' include "0 Holy around the announcement and birthof

I' J Church choir, under the directionof Brown, R. M. Bishop, E. M. Corn-, Night", "Adeste Fidelis" and "Silent Mcjntyre, (business phone 87; ,the Christ while the concluding
I'I I house phone 81) Mrs. W, E.
J. E. Beardsley.' ette J. W. :tfzelle, H. R. Hall, Night". At twelve o'clock the or numbers will bring out the rejoic-
Dilley (phone 05). All entries
! The program includes: A. W. Lawrence, W. W. Perry, A. Christmas Crib will be unveiled by ing which bespeaks the coming of
must be registered prior to Christmas -
Anthem-"It Came Upon The W. Sias, J. F. Tippey, J. ,G./Nib- Suzanne Von Mach, taking the partof the Savior.
Eve and must be lighted from
J, Midnight Clear"-Edrnond'. H. Sear, lack, R. C. Wilson, A. 0, Ward, the angel and repeating certain 8 till 11 o'clock Christmas Eve The program is as follows:
, Richard S. Willis: y M. C. Doke, W. A. Davis, Hub parts of the Scripture. With tho Piano prelude. "

Cantique De Noel (0 Holy Spooner, C. A. Martinez, G. E. unveiling of the Crib the lights 'in night. Hymn-"I Love To Tell The
The judges for the contest are '
Night-Adolphe) Adam. Etherton; guests were Bill Walker, the church will be, brightened.This : Story". -
Mrs. E. B. Landis Miss Kathryn:
Bob Hare, M. .M. Prewitt, W. C. Hymn-"It Came Upon The Mid-
"Silent, will be followed by the Moran and E. E. Gross. '
(Continued on page 14) night Clear".
World's ,True solemn mass, sung by :Mrs.: Harry

! Light"--R. M. Stultz. Vaughn, Mrs, DeValcour, Mrs. Prayer. The Herald
II Members of the choir are: 'Judson Francis, Miss Julianne SUGAR CORPORATION Angels Sing". '
:, OWEN JOHNSON AND Oglesby, Miss Nora Oglesby, Mrs.
Sopranos:: -Irma Smith, Mina Nib- Anthem-"Shepherd Tell Us"-
'E. H. Holstine Miss Parmelia
lack, Mary Markette, Edith Dilley; choir.
Altos-Marion Leydig and Lola BIGG NEW MEMBERS : Bourne and Miss Geneva Thielen. PLAYS SANTA CLAUS Duet-"Ivory Palaces"-Mrs. C.
Robbins Tenors-John Bill Towards the end the mass
; Perry, E. Krueger, Mrs. Herman Davis.
Martin, R.,, N. Smith; 'Basses.-J. will ta'ke place the, communion of Hymn-"O Little Town of

E. Beardsley, John H. Doty.. Ac- BOARD TRUSTEES the faithful. Sweet Sacrament TO EVERY EMPLOYEEFollowing Bethlehem". '

companist, Hazel Prewitt. Director, Divine will be sung as the Com- Quartet-"Silent Night"-1\1rs. A.

J. E. Beardsley. Solo parts will munion Hymn. H. King, Mrs. M. A. 'Thomas, A. L.

be taken by Mina Niblack, Irma The interest in voting for school All people without any distinc- its annual custom the Hackett and V. C. Woodward.

Smith, R. N. Smith, J; E. Beardsleyand I trustees for the Clewiston school tion are invited to this service United States Sugar Corporationwill Scripture Reading-Mamie Trice.
John Perry. I which is one of the most beautifulof
Santa Claus to Prayer.
play every man
<< On Tuesday evening at 7. o'clockthe district was, not as great as had the many religious services in 'the Hymn-"I Hear The Bells of
and child each of
children of .the :Sunday'School been anticipated and only an commemoration of Christmas. woman on Christmas Day".

., will have, their Christmas tree in estimated' seventy odd votes were several plantation vill ges'on Announcements. ,_ r

t. the church ,,pnta Glauswill jbe a5t 'her .,:. Christmas Eve., Offertory Prayer. ', ,
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.f' ,. presentfith':'Sglft5fo'r eac 'member i 'WC: :C?'Owen-,- Carl E. Johnsonand ,COMMUNITY TREE IN Using, the' plan "of":"dfltribution Worship' With. '-;,Tit1 f-, es-and'Offer-'., ,
of the -
Sunday Schoolfrom which'has been successful in past ings.
M. W. Bigg will serve as the ,
,the Cradle Ro"ll members to the board of trustees for the next two years 'oranges, tangerines, nuts and' Anthem-"The Lord -Is Come"-

adults. years succeeding Mrs. J. A. Mc- CIVIC CENTER PARK( candies will be found in a packagefor Choir. ,

Gehee, Dan Allen and H. C. Kolstad, each individual. A specially Hymn; -"0, Come All 'Ye Faith

Two, Are Injured neither of whom was a candidatefor ON WEDNESDAY NITE chosen toy will be given also to' ful".
reelection. There were seven each child in the villages., Anthem-"Come Thou Almighty

In Auto AccidentMiss candidates on the ballot, the Each village is decorating a large King.

J largest number in the history of The Community Christmas Tree outdoor tree, and on Christmas Eve Hymn-"All Hail The Power Of
the school district. the distribution of packages will Jesus Name". '
program sponsored jointly' each
Hortense Collins, a steno- The take place. The corporation work- Piano Postlude. ( ,
votes were distributed as year by the American Legion and
grapher in the office of the United ers have been busy the past few Members of the choir'are:
: W. C. Owen 42, Carl E. the Clewiston Garden Club will
States Sugar Corporation, and weeks registering the age and sex Sopranos Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs.G. .
Johnson 41
W. 40
Bigg Arch take place this :year in the Civic
Adolph Driggers, operator of Royal's Hodges 36, R. Y. Patterson 30, Center Park next Wednesday nightat of every member of every family on E. Wentzloff, Mrs. A. H. King
Store at South : seriously and Mrs. C. M. Pirkle Altos, Mrs.
Bay were 'Mrs. M. M. Prewitt 26, Mrs E. C. 7:00. the plantations and selecting and ;
injured Tuesday morning in 'a ':Mills: 19. packaging the toys and .good treats H. V. Thomas and Mrs. M. A.
car wreck which occured between Plans are being made to accom- for each. Thomas; Tenors, R. N. Childress,
Industrial Canal bridge and the ,The 41 mill levy for schoolsfor modate .the largest crowd of chil- A. L. Hackett and' ReV. H.. C.
A has de-
general holiday been
railroad. the two-year period was approved dren ever to attend one of these Meador; Basses, Joe Elder and V*
by the voters in all districtsof affairs and special efforts are be- claredfor Christmas day and there I Woodward *.
Both ,young people were takento the county.In will be no work done throughoutthe I C.
ing made to distribute gifts as
the Clewiston hospital for treat- properties of the sugar cor- : The Sunday School's special'
meht where it was found that Mr. the LaBelle district Dennis rapidly as possible. poration on that day., Christmas program, will be held'on
I Driggers' apparent worst injuries Small and G. M. Watson were re- Five ga'tes are being set up, twoof The United States Sugar Corpor- Tuesday night at 7:30. Gifts'

were deep cuts and lacerations elected and C. A. Davis was chosen which will be reserved for pre- ation band will present a concertof of canned food stuffs will be
about the face and head for the third trustee. Edwin Curry school children. The first and those
where he Christmas carols in connection brought by all of 'attending'which ;
had plunged through the wind- was a fourth candidate.In second grades will line up behind with the Community ChristmasTree will be sent to the Baptist

shield of the car. Miss Collins: the Felda district-- -Mrs---' Ruth the third entrance, the third and in the Civic Park at Clewis- Children's Home in Arcadia. A
sustained some lacerations and Hull, Eugene, Fortson and Mrs. C. fourth behind the fourth and the ton on Christmas Eve. .lighted Christmas tree will delightthe

\ I bruises but the worst injury was O. Willis were elected and in Fort fifth and sixth behind the fifth youngsters and Santa Claus

to her back and the full extent of Denaud the new board will be Mrs. ,gate.. has promised to be present to

this injury could not be ascertained Eva Dyess, E. S. Royer and R. 'Last Christmas almost seven Charlie Benson Is greet the children and distribute

at the i local hospital. She was :M. Burchard. hundred packages were distributed presents. All are invited to at-

1 sent to Venice Wednesday for containing a small gift, candy and New Navy RecruitCharlie tend.*

I observation by an orthepedic :W. L. Brown Safe fruit and this year the number is -- '1,
surgeon, Mrs. Carl H. Berner taking expected to be between eight hun Red Cross Workers
->>. Benson of the U. S. ,
her over. On Midway IslandsMrs. dred and a thousand. ,

Fred Driggers, a brother of -the 1 I 1. Purchase and packing of gifts is Sugar Corporation's purchasing de- Please Note This

: injured man, was driving the ,c-ai'' handled by the Garden Club ladies partment, who was the first on the
when the accident occured and .. 'W. L. Brown, Jr., receiveda while' the funds for the tree are' selective service roll to ask that

says that as he crossed the bridgeat brief but happy message from raised by a Legion committee. The his rating be >changed to' volunteer RED CROSS WORKERS: The

pretty good speed another 'car, her husband, sent from Midway Boy Scouts, as in past years, will after the outbreak of the Japanesewar Red Cross, rooms will be open

a- 1930 Pontiac, attempted a U- Islands. Sunday. The. message assist. with the distribution.A went to Tampa Monday to Monday and Friday afternoons only

turn without warning and the cars simply said "OK ,Love, Dub". special program is being ar speed things up by joining the until further notice.

t. collided. His brother, sitting 'beside Since : the islands,are still with- ranged but has not yet been an- army at regular recruiting sta- We have more 'sewing to give

him, broke a hole in the standing an attack from the nounced. tion and ended up by getting into out and there is new wool on hand

windshield with his head and Miss Japanese, 11rs.BroWJl; : was delighted ... the Navy as second-class yeoman for knitters.
Collins, sitting in the back seat, to receive-,word that "Dub" is 2nd Lieutenant In because of his ability in clerical Red Cross- production work will
was thrown into the front seat. The safe. Apparently the messages were work and typing. He' left Thursday become increasingly important and

driver of the Pontiac was only limited to one or two words, and Army Air Corps for Macon for further medical Clewiston needs all the volunteerswho

slightly injured and Fred 'Driggers the occasion is the only one in examination. will come and take out workor

escaped without a scratch. His which individuals have been able Accompanying. Benson was work in the sewing room.
:' \ car, a 1940 Chevrolet sedan was to send messages' back homed Coburn ::Moore son of Mrs.' Carrie Ed Clark who had previously been ------

badly, damaged as was the Pontiac. Mrs M. M. Prewitt has receiveda Moore and the late J. W. Moore, rejected by the army air corps fora SELECTEES MUST REGISTER

... Miss Collins is said',to have used .telegram from her father who graduated in the U)' S. Air Corps visual defect. He also enlistedin WITH; BOARD "RACK: JIo' rE"

y" Mr. Driggers' car on the preceding relayed a cablegram from her Detachment, at Hick's!' the Naval Air Corps and was \ .

day and had taken it back to him brother Warren W. Prange, thai Field, Fort Wo'rtl1T .xas, on De- accepted on first examination. He The local office of the Selective
Y. that morning. Mr. Driggers was he and his family were safe in cember 10th and -Jter'':7 ow commissioned \vill undergo' a further examination I 1,Service Board wishes to -urge all

f bringing her back to her work at Pearl: harbor as a second; )lieutenant,.' r 'shortly but!\ was practically assured newcomers to Clewiston, who are
As other residents are being' the air *,,'**. that he service
the Sugar Office when the accident relieved corps. would be taken.It registered with a selective
,occured, about 7:45.FORCED j from worry by messages that Young Moore, after four years is understood that Mr. Benson board "back home" to ,at once
r. ,j j their relatives are safe Ward R.O.T.C. work at the> Universityof first attempted to enlist at. ,the 'notify that board of their. new, address -
| Roberts, manager of the furniture Florida; decided to enter the -'rr-y recruiting station and was ," ,'
LANDING department of Parkinson's, has just air service lIe was'trained at advised to return home and wait This is -a duty which each registrant -
i begun to worry. His brother, Rex Randolph Field, _the "West Pointof : for the draft to take him so the should' discharge at once; as
i : One of the Stearraan primary Roberts, is employed by a company the Air" and then was transferred I boys then went on to the navy failure to do so' makes: the registrant -

trainers from Riddle Field madea engaged in marine salvage opera- to' Hick's: Field. He has recruiter. They found the office liable to imprisonment.The .
,I r. a forced landing in a pasture west tions, and Rex has just notifiedhis just been transferred to Los filled with volunteers but when Ed local office docs not needto

''I t;, off Moore Haven Wednesday. The brother that he is on boarda Andglo, Texas and hopes to have told the officer that Charlie could know the address of new-comers,

pilot is reported to have escaped tug bound fbr? Pearl Harbor to the customary 10 days leave fora type 110 words a minuto they but .the office where each person

injury 'and the plane was' not assist in the salvaging' of U. S. trip home before entering upon dropped'everything until, they had registered should be informed of
badly damaged. bombed shins his new duties. Mm signed up. his whereabouts at all times.

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INSTALLMENT SEVEN Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago She-You big strong man, do
(Released by Western
Newspaper Union.
STORY SO FAR: Larry Cutter life's savings In the stock market and after signing a contract permitting her ) you believe in sleeping out of

startled pretty Jacqueline (Jack) Anthony her father had left her only amonth, be- to continue her present mode of living, doors?

public stenographer at the Hotel fore when she refused him additional and to nullify the marriage after six Lesson for December He-Not while. can pay rent. '
Raynear, by telling her she could realize money for work on his Inventions. months. Jacqueline Invited Larry to 21
her globe-trotting ambitions by marrying Stunned by this double blow, she accepted her apartment for dinner that evening.

him. Jacqueline had just lost her his proposal. They were married Now continue with the story. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- Too Seriously -
# 'f # % # 3 # lected ana copyrighted by International She-I suppose'you never thought
Council of Religious Education; used by seriously of marrying?
CHAPTER V curring to Jacqueline with unpleasant leap in her breast every time she permission.TBE .
lIe-Oh, yes, I did. So I didn't!
frequency. It brought a little saw a mail carrier pass the door. I

August Hildebrand kept his prom-- feeling of sadness, in spite of her- Each evening she looked breathlessly COMING OF GOD'S SON

ise to Jacqueline about the chicken.It self. Larry was going away. He in her letter box when she returned Who Won?

arrived from the delicatessen had not said for how long, and she home. It would be rather LESSON TEXT-Isaiah 9:6. 7: John 1:1-4. "So"you and John don't speak

shop on the stroke of six and, even did not feel free to ask. But she courteous of Larry to drop her a 10-14: I John 4911. now? .

now, was in the oven being subjected knew in her heart that she was go- note after being her guest'that way GOLDEN TEXT-The Father sent the Son "No; we had a dreadful quarrel

to a careful heating. It looked ing to miss him after tonight."I and to be the Saviour of the world.-I John 4:14 about who loved the other most."

beautiful.The won't let you forget," she Silly!

little hostess, wearing a frilly promised very solemnly, with a Jacqueline took herself sternly in Christmas again! How shall we SO HE WAS

apron over her silk dress, cheeks glance at the clock. Only a little hand. It was high time to stop this keep it in a world torn by strife -po-

pink from heat and excitement, scur- over an hour left! morning and attend to business. I and poisoned by man's bitterness

ried about the apartment, in last Apparently he was resolved to takeno Very resolutely, she set about pick- I against man? Let us keep it with A
minute this 1 all the joy and gladness at our com- .::.)\
preparations.Over advantage whatever of ing up the threads of her old existence )
and over she had checkedthe unique situation. Playing the game mand. Let us make this the' best il

items of that menu on her nerv- like a perfect gentleman. Jacquelinewas Two .weeks of this wearying, baf- Christmas and our families have .u1&TeacherGerald

ous fingers. conscious of something like a fling situation dragged ,out their al- ever had. How? By giving more

One more peep at the fowl. Sizzling feeling of relief when he asked final- lotted space. Then something hap- and richer gifts? No-although they

: Oh! ly if he might use the telephone."I'll pened. have their place when rightly given what impor-

A ring at the bell. call for a cab and have it Jacqueline's office phone rang. and received. By feasting and mer- tant thing happened in 1732

When the door was opened, there take me around to the hotel and "Miss Anthony?" rymaking? No-although they too born.Gerald-George Washington was
stood Larry. He seemed to fill the I'm have their place when carried on ,
pick bags. packed.
up my "Yes.
entire opening. A package under in the true spirit of love and friend- Teacher-Correct. And in 1742
The last words had a depressingsound. "South Side Hospital speaking." Gerald-George was ten
either arm. Grinning like a boy. ship. What then? Let us make this years
And little more was said The little office seemed to be old.
"My word! was his greeting to go- an outstanding Christmas by centering .
until there came the suggestive honkof ing around in mad circles. Jacque- '
vanished.He .
his hostess. The smile our thoughts, our affections,
stood motionless. a motor horn from the street. line's hand clutched at her ,heart; our joys-yes, and our gifts of self The Only Cure' .

"Won't you come in?" "Must be my Jehu," he decided. she forced her stiff lips to ask, and substance-around God's Son. Two smartly dressed girls were talking .

"Oh yes. But you ." And did not stir.UIt is," he add- "What is it?" The word "Larry" whose "birthday" we celebrate.I. at' the top of their voices and in a

The flush in Jacqueline's cheeks ed, as the silence was broken an in- struggled to escape. very affected manner in a bus.
His and Character
deepened."I stant later by the sound of a buzzer. "We have a patient who gives his Coming At last the conductor got fed-up. As
I Prophesied (Isa. 9:6, 7). the bus 'neared a stopping place he
forgot to take off my apron, name as Vincent Anthony, the
called in
out voice
a high-pitched
God who send His Son into :
she apologized in confusion. "I'm voice went on.uIs he your father?" I was to "Darlings, here's too too
sweet King
the world become the Saviour of
the cook and everything tonight," "Why yes. Yes! It must to street!"
she added gaily. / I wmI be! Is he hurt?" sinful man fittingly made known His After' that silence reigned.

"Please don't take it off," Larry ''II/'III "He is ill;" said the matteroffact coming through Isaiah (and others)
800 years before it took place. This
blurted. "You're so pretty voice. "It may or may not be
greatest event in all history was the
Excuse me. But rather took .
you serious.But he has asked for .
you- ; .t,
subject of exact and prophecy -
me off my feet. He transferredthe I
: Jacqueline sat staring straight
which was completely fulfilled.
packages to one arm, clutchedoff ahead of her fit the -=' .. See'"
trying to piecesof '
his hat and closed the door. I Although Isaiah calls Him "a child"as I t.:; -" 'II' ,. I
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this into under-
new puzzle an ;
"Here. I brought you a few posies 'I '" ( indeed He was), he saw Him as ," ... t'\oesn' seeO e.\
standable pattern. But only for a t' "
the divine One whose glory and .
and candy.
some J Mope
I moment. is revealed in the pow-I {
"Oh, thank you! But youshouldn't '
have tempted me. I'm re The main thing, now, was to reach ray of names found in verse 6. 1
the South Side Hospital. The hotel
ducing." doorman signaled a taxi, at her "Wonderful," a much abused and : \\:
"You!" Larry's laugh filled the breathless request.In misused word found its real mean- .

room. Ing in Him-He really is wonderfulIn
the hospital office Jacquelinewas
It served to put both of them at every way. "Counsellor!" He

their ease. The guest dropped into a told that Vincent Anthony was does not need or seek the counsel of In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets,

chair and watched his new wife bus- in the emergency ward, brought by others-He is the Counsellor. Have there are no chemicals, no minerals, no
ambulance after a police officer had phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are dif-
tling about. She opened the flowers him the street. you sought His counsel? "The ferent-act different. Purely vegetable
seen collapse on
with eyes that sparkled., exclaim- Mighty God"-not a mere man, but combination of 10 vegetable ingredients
ing over their beauty. ff\ That was early the previous eve- God unlimited iri power. "The Ever- formulated over 50 years ago Uncoatedor

"We must have them on the table ning. lasting Father," which is really the candy coated, their action is depend-
"Is ill able, thorough, yet gentle, as millionsof
he ?
seriously Jacqueline "
she declared. "But can'thave
you faltered."A "Father of eternity, the One to NR's have proved. Get a 25t,box
any candy. Dinner is almost whom eternity owes its existence. today. or larger economy size.
ready. I'm going to put it on the chronic ailment aggravated "The Prince of Peace" ," who will

table now." malnutrition. There is a possibility one day bring peace to the earth. lAXA7/yf

And, at last, the dinner was on, \ that an operation may be neces- Little wonder that "the government

Jacqueline looking over the table sary. If you wish to see him, pleasedo shall be upon his shoulders"v. ,, -'"? \\Ttcw.
with one breathless last inspection.It I not'stay longer than necessary." ( 6), and that He shall reign on B CANDY

seemed to be all right. Every- I As in a dream, Jacqueline made the throne of David forever. Thatis "a

thing there. A swift retreat to the her way through long drug-scented prophecy yet to be fulfilled, but COATEP

bathroom to divest herself of the "My word! was his greetingto corridors, then into a large room it will be, even as the others, for for REGULAR!

apron, to peek at her shining hair his hostess. with rows of white beds. What did "the zeal of the Lord of hosts will

in the mirror of the wall cabinet. that woman lathe office say? Some- perform this." Aff TO-NIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHT
"I'll go out and tell him he found
Then, back again to stand behind thing about malnutrition. That
the right place and to keep II. His Incarnation and Redemption -
her chair and her to meant not having enough to eat!
summon guest Immortal MemoryThe
quiet, Larry observed, getting up. Completed (John 1:1-4, 10-14).
'his place. Vince ; is
life given us by nature
Larrimore H. Cutter leaped to his "Be right back. ,There he was! Thin and haggard The Eternal One-who was ii,. the I short; but the memory: of a well-
The little apartment looked the Father He who I
feet, hesitated. With the greatest looking. But the same quizzical beginning spent life is eternal.-Cicero.
self-control he had exhibited strangely empty now. The air hazy was God and who made all things,
ever eyes, the same smile .
he thrust both hands deep in his with pipe smoke. Larry's hat lyingon "Vince!" this One who was the life and the
the couch where he had tossedit. light of men-humbled Himself and
pockets and stalked grimly to his 'Lo, Skipper.
place. Ordinarily, he would have That was a name he devised for took upon Himself the likeness of sin- ; stCOLDSquickt1i

gone around and seated his hostess. He closed the door and stood with her long ago when they used to ful man. He was "made flesh and

But that would have meant 'stand his back against it, looking gravelyat sit with their heads close togetherover dwelt among us," revealing the .uit

ing behind her chair, looking downon Jacqueline."I the old atlas. Charting courses grace and glory of God. The in-

the tempting brown waves of don't know just how long I'll through the Seven Seas. carnation of Christ is a truth the TABLETS LIQUID

be ." he told her' and of which we 6 6 SALVE
meditatively glory 6
her hair. It was too much to ask of away "Vince! What is it? What have greatness NOSE DROPS

a man. He didn't dare. "It will depend on sev- they done to you? Where have you cannot fully, understand; but we COUCH DROPS
eral things." Jacqueline wondered know that it for us that He
"You'll have to carve, was Jac- been? Why didn't' you let me know. was
queline's next warning. "I hope vaguely if he were about to say he came-for our redemption.The .
you ? Questions tumbling from Know Your Limitations
would write. Or if he world-His woild received -
know how. hoped she own '
the girl's lips in whispers, after a Ere you consult fancy, consult
"I can do almost anything, would. His next words were entirely lingering kiss on her father's fore Him not. "But"-and thank purse.-Franklin.
I think." unexpected. They came with the head. God for that blessed "but''"_"as

Larry proved to be a superb com- force of a shock. "I'm all right, Skipper." many as received him, to them gave

bination of guest and host. The "Don't forget what I told you "Of course you are, dear. Can he the power (or better, 'the right,'

complete devotion he exhibited toward about Rannie Hicks. He's a good you tell me a little about it?" as in R.V.) to become the childrenof !Jt I

the food testified eloquently to guy. And I sure did have a wonderful Vince squirmed uneasily. Like a God." Redemption is by a new

his approval. time tonight. I'll never forgetit. small boy caught in a misdemeanor."I've birth, a divine birth, "not of blood, Ship Us AH the l'4

"And you're some cook!" he pro- ." He came nearer and extendedhis been very busy," he beganin nor of the will of the flesh, nor of Furs You Can Trap Ilf_.
claimed with satisfied hand. "Good night, Jack." the will of man." It is a complete -
a sigh as he a weak voice "Working on This is the best fur season in
accepted a final cup of coffee. His wife laid her small hand in an invention. It's a good one, this redemption by faith in Him who revealed years.Prices are up-trapping is profitable

"That's' the best dinner I ever ate his. There seemed nothing to say, time, and I'm almost finished withit. the grace of God to man. Our expert grading gets you every cent of value

In my life, Jack." fortunately. She didn't trust her I got a job as a night watchmana This is the great message of Christ- in your isfied furs.thousands Our checks of trappers.hire pleased No commissionever and sat-

"You're a gallant prevaricator," voice. while ago Needed a little mas. Let us not miss it. charged. Check mailed immediately.

she retorted. "Make yourself com- Larry looked at her with a twisted extra money for dry batteries." But there is another word for this Writesr/orpricelirl of guru,traps and other

fortable while I ,carry out these little smile. His eyes were half His eyes twinkled. then, this precious and blessed season-it is wpplies.Bigbargains.SbipallyosrcatrbluHILL

dishes so we won't have to -look at closed. had to happen." that of love. I BROS. FUR CO.

them." "Say, Jack I don't want to "Vince!" Jacqueline whispered almost III. Dis Love and Our Love Manifested t. 326 Clark Ave.

"Whad'ya mean comfortable?" throw bouquets at myself but sharply. "Where was that (I John 4:9-11). ST. LOUIS MO.

..... Larry stood up and removed his I'd sort of like to have you know job?" The love of God has been expressed ...

coat. "Get me an apron. I'm go- that you're standing in the presenceof I "Yager and Brown's." Vince in many precious ways, but
ing to help with the dishes:"
the bravest man in the world." wriggled again. the full and final manifestation was

! "Nonsense! I'll do them later." "And the nicest." "Why, they're here in the city! in the sending of His only begottenSon
"Listen. I'm boss in your Vince Have been in town BEACONS of
It was Jacquelin's heart crying you into the world that we might
house for the moment. Don'ttry "
all this time!
that out.Larry. have life through Him. This Is love
\ to stop 'me," either. He walked "
had gone. "Pretty much, Skipper. supreme, that God loved us when we SAFETYLike
into the kitchenette
and looked about
Two big tears rolled unchecked
love Him the altogether
did not ,
him. Spying some dish towels on
CHAPTER VI down Jacqueline's cheeks. lovely One giving His best and dear a beacon light on
a rack, he took one and gravely
Vince had left the He
never city. >
sacrifice for the alto.
est in loving the the advertise-
tucked the corners in his waistcoat had hidden himself in some obscure height

pockets. "Let's go!" he ordered. For the several days immediately quarter, going without enough to eat gether unlovely ones. ments in newspapers direct
Jacqueline entered into the following Larry Cutter's departure Such love in making unspeakable and
while he puttered over his mechanical you to newer, better
this newest occasion with readi- Jacqueline gave herself whole- gift to us must necessity
a up
dreams. Too proud to ask for easier of providingthe
ness that surprised herself. It was heartedly to the business, of being help help he must have needed call forth from us not only love to- ways needed
. rather fun to watch ,Larry lounging lonely. She derided herself philosophically ward Him, but also for one an things or
sadly. And all these months the
other. Christmas is an excellent desired. It shines, this,
?r.- about his tasks in a masculine, butpeculIarly and tried to reason out one person in the world who be-
deft, fashion. They chat- the situation. longed to him had been living in time to deepen and sweeten the beacon of newspaper

ted together familiarly as they There was no reason in the world near luxury. Saving her money for I love which exists between Christian advertising-and it will be

worked, putting things to rights."Don't why she should expect to hear from a selfish dream, gambling, los brethren. We need to be drawn very to your advantage to follow

let me forget I'm making a Larry every reason why she ing close to one another for mutual en- It whenever you

train tonight," Larry cautioned.It shouldn't. She admired him for Jacqueline controlled herself witha couragement, strengthening of our make a purchase.

would have surprised him to sticking so' closely to his ,bargain.But fierce effort. faith, and, for the effective outreachof

know that this thought had been re- her heart gave a strange little I (TOKKCn\llW: ; Christ's love to the whole world

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THE COMMUNITY CHURCH Palms" 'will meet Sunday' afternoon' R; N. Miller; holder of Tax Certificates -- No.; 212; of August 1, 1927*Lota N% of' S%- of" SW% of 'I
: listed below, has filed same 65 to 80 Blocks 66 to 67 Belle Section 17, NWT
at 5 o'clock. Shirley'Owen Township 43
presi in my office and has made applica- Gardens.No. Range
Edward B. Landis D. D. minister ,
dent and Emma Jane Ezelle leader. tion for a tax deed to be issued 203 of
September 7, 1931
; No. 229, of
thereon. Said certificates embracethe September 2, 1929
9:45, Sunday School.. Classes for Blocks 68 69 Goodno's ;
Additionto S% ot" S% SE "
8:00 p. m., Christmas Cantataby following described property in LaBelle. ... % of NE& Sec-
1 all. the County of Hendry State of FlorI- .Q tion 17 Township 43, Range 29. I
the choir. A cordial welcome N<>. 241 of September 5, 1932; No. 223, of
11:00, Morning Worship. The I awaits all who attend. da, to-wit: Lots 6, 7, 8 Favors Sd., Section Lot 8 or W% of September W% of NW 6, %1932 of:
No. 47, of July 3, 1939; N% of 17, Township 43, Range 29. NW%, Section 17, Township 43,
sermon, "Christmas Meditation" by Tuesday, '7:00 p. m., Christmastree SW& of N'V'A, Section 20, Town- No. 242 of September 5, 1932; Range 29.
Dr. Landis. Special Christmas program in the church. A ship 43 S, Range 28 E. Lots 10, 11 Favors Sd., Section The assessment of the said prop-
17, Township 43,
Range 29.
erty under the said
I music. gift from Santa for each memberof No. 48, of July 3, 1939; S% of No. 276, of July 7, 1930:' Lots ed was In the names certificates of issu,
NW% of NW3'a Section 21, Town- 25 26 Favors Sd., Section 17, J. J. Unknown
5:00 m., The newly organized Peadro J. A.
p. the Sunday School.BROTHERHOOD Tomhagen ,F. B.
ship 43 S, Range 28 E. Township 43, Range 29. Favor,- Ollie
I young people's society, "The Royal No., 75 of July 7, 1930; Gov. Lots No. 248 of September 6, 1932; borough & Son R. G. Thomas J. N. Ros-Joe (
58 to 60 Favors Sd.,
MEETINGThe Lots 3 & 4 Section 3, Township Section Carson HcKahan &, Thomas. Unless
17 Township 43, .
Range 29. said certificates shall
43 S, Range 29 E. be redeemed
No. 224, of September 5, 1932; according to law the .
No. 96, of September 3, 1928; Nth of N% of SEtt of NW& Sec- therein will be property sold described -
j Baptist Brotherhood held I Beginning 528 ft. N of SE Cor. tion 17 Township 43, Range 29, highest bidder at the courthouse to door the
y their regular monthly meeting on Lot 32, W 528 ft., north to rIver. also known as Lot 10 W. T. Wil- on the first Monday In the month of
NE'ly along river to point N of liams Sd. January, 1942 which is the 5th ,
i Monday night at the church with beginning. S to beginning Section No. 234, of September 5, 1932; of January, 1942. day
I the women of the church guestsfor 7, Township 43 .S. Range 29 Lots Sd. 11, 21, 22 Block 4 Luckey Dated this 1st day of December,
E. 1941.
: i the evening. There were No. 406. of September 3, 1928: (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL I
thirty-six in attendance. No. 211, of August 1, 1927; S% of N% of SW% of NW% Clerk Circuit
r Lots'l to 64 Blocks 66 & 67 Belle Section 17, Township 43, Range 29. County, Florida. Hendry.
Iii Supper was served in the church Gardens. No. 407, of September 3, 1928; 4t. Dec. 5-12-19-26, 1941. .

|f Merry Christmasj .and an excellent program was j
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V flg JAMES Deceased.W. SCOTT,,

In Probate.TO .
Notice Is hereby given that ElbertL.
Stewart has filed his final reportas
Happy New Year K Administrator c. t. a. of the
.. estate of James W. Scott, deceased;
'iI ", .:. .' :, ft that he filed his petition for final
-, ;.:...'..)..;)..,.\ i discharge, and that he will apply to
the Honorable R. M. Harris, County
<.;:,::,< Judge of Hendry County Florida, on
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.t ';' '1." ft approval of same and for final dis-
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:; the estate of James W. Scott deceased WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS
i on this 5th day of De
: cember, 1941.
T. Wilson
y ft Administrator c. t. a. of y

the Scott estate Deceased.of James W., We choose the simple, age-old good will that we want to, convey.
,I 4t. Dec. 5-12-19-26, 1941. .
greeting "Merry Christmas," to hail To have served you from time to '
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR you our friends in this joyous ''hoUtime has indeed been an enjoyable

i "(Senate TAX HIM DEED No. 163) day season. We choose' these timeworn experience and we will strive to .

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privilege that comes but seldom- Union, establish Justice, insure sighted a light cruiser and a destroyer part-ready, alert and always'
The Clewiston News usually not more than once in a domestic tranquility, provide for heading on a course toward "STANDING BY". -
lifetime, often not for several suc- the common defense, promote the Wake, and this information was
ceeding generations.It general welfare and secure the flashed to the Naval Commandant.
Published every Friday CLEWISTON In oNEW5. came to Moses, who led his blessings of liberty" which we now (Subsequent reports tell of the IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
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KEATHLEY BOWDEST, Editor who taught and practiced the navy. Our pioneer forefathers "Midway was completely blacked -
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February as 1, 1927 second, at class the Post mall Office in feudalism. It came to the great agricultural areas, opened to .earn that the island had
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of sturdy crew who sailed with mining sections and oil' fields, built been shelled by surface craft, undoubtedly
March 3, 1897.Subscription < Columbus to discover America. It great railroads and great cities. the ships he had sighted 1
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It came to the A. E. F. on the he proud of, indeed! I headed for Hawaii where she came
poppy fields of France.In Let's tell him that In our opin- to anchor with all hands safe.
fare of' Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and County.wel- their "war to end war", the ion American homes, American ins- "Farther out In the Pacific,
A. E. F. did not fail nor fight in titutions, the American Way'of Capt. Fred S. Ralph was winginghis
vain. They probably fought the Life is worth fighting for, more Hong Kong Clipper toward 1

\p AAEA\F3ER first battles of what can be seen than anything else in the world. I I Kowloon, arriving there a scant five
*f'FLORIIlPRbSSSSCCIATIO.'l\ now as a war of larger scope. Whatwe Free enterprise, free speech, free- minutes ahead of the Japs, but M. -
M\na \.m TgI, .Assoaulav have considered as a "First dom of worship, constitutional gov that was long'enough to discharge
< World War" and a "Second World ernment, life, liberty and the pur- passengers and mail and run for
War", future historians will prob- suit of happiness are bulwarks of cover. The air was black with

................ ................:..:. ably treat as two phases of a single, Americanism that are not to be enemy planes and bombs droppedlike
..:.(..:..:..:.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : great world movement-a long, surrendered. They have been won hail. Wave after wave they ....

sustained effort of autocracies to by toil, struggle and -war. As longas came, but it was not until the

Ie AMBLINGS overthrow democracies.And the world is what it is, they twelfth attack that the Clipper was Christmas again And '.
now-what the A. E. F. will have to be kept by the same hit and Ralph saw his beloved
.:";" :":":-0:+:"":":":":":-0:0 started seems to have become our means. In normal times we may 'Myrtle' go up in flames-the only ox the glad chimes t
We wonder, as we approach the privilege to finish! The hour of have factions and internal argu- Pan-Am craft that was lost. ring out w. Join lathe
have struck twice 'ments but in time of national general gladness
to ,
holiday season this year, if for destiny seems "So there you have the high
wish and
many of us .the real spirit of Christmas within our present generation! peril we all are Americansandwe spots. I can't tell you more be- to you yoursa and
, won't be dominant in our Whether another A. E. F. shall defend America side by side! cause of the blanket of precautionary more Joyous
celebration for the first time in be organized, whether it shall go And then let's wish him a Merry silence, but our Pan-Am stations bountiful Christmasthan ;

.years. East or West, no one now knows. Christmas! For a moment, if we still report from.Manila, Sing- ever.
We have become so concerned, We do know that this Christmas, can, let's put aside the affairs of apore, Wake, Midway and the South For your patronage /
recently, over the addressing and 1941, finds our United States of the world. Let's tell him how Pacific 'STANDING BY' ". we are deeply gratefuL -
mailingof tremendous piles of America facing the ''greatest crisisof much we love him. Let's send All America has cause to be and we renew

Christmas cards; the wrapping of our history. We do know thata him some fruitcake, some oranges, thankful for the courageous pion- our pledge of IuD
multitudinous gifts; the drinkingof number of our citizens already some tobacco and some warm eering done by Pan-American in service for the future.
Christmasspirits.. have been killed and wounded by socks! Let's write him a cheerful, charting and routing the airwaysof 'i I

This year we shall still address attack on American ships, and that encouraging letter. And-let's ask the Pacific. The knowledge and ClewistonMotor
.and mail Christmas cards; we shall in army camps, cantonments and him, to, be humbly proud of him- information gained is worth its
:spend hours to make our simple naval stations, hundreds of thou- self, his country and his God. weight in gold to our military
gifts prettily wrapped; we shall sands of our young men are now Because he is standing at the effort. Company, ,

.continue to drink "Christmas studying the stern art of war. crossroads of American destiny. You can rest assured that American -
.spirits". These boys are the precious sons Which way he goes will make a commercial aviation will do its
feel of American citizens. What sort lot of Difference.-American Cast
But underneath it all, we .
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sure that the most calloused heart of Christmas message can we older Pipe J

will recall that "The Perfect Gift" ones send to our boy in the armyor -i "

was the first Christmas gift. It navy? .. ........ .. ;.
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-was not heralded by' a multitude of i Let's tell him for one thing, that I II 1
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'Christmas' cards; just a simple, we are not afraid. Let's say this ,
brilliant star in the sky. It was not advisedly, because actually we are Too Late To ClassifyBy
wrapped in costly raiment; it was in as much ,danger as he is. In

wrapped in swaddling clothes, 'and modern war, civilians suffer physical : RUSSELL KAYo
lying in a manger. injury and death about the

But the wisest men on the same as-- soldiers, perhaps more. --:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ::
earth brought it their finest gifts, An Axis bombing of New York,

and for nearly two thousand years Pittsburgh, Birmingham, San Fran- The most interesting mail reach-
the spirit of Christ has been the cisco is by no means an impos ing my desk this morning came
most dominant force in the world. m sibility. But neither we nor he from my personal friend Van Dusenof
Today there are thousands who should be afraid of death, if we the Pan-American Airways. While
Relieve that the most dominant remember France. There are
news dispatches have given us some
force in the world should not be worse things than dying for one's of this information, details were

the spirit of Christ; but ,there are Country! lacking and Van's letter tells a
;thousands upon thousands more Let's tell him, too, how we thrilling story of sufficient interestto
who uphold it. good-naturedly envy him Our life justify publication. Here it is: ..
And so in extending our holiday at home is oftena pretty hum- "At 10:30 A., M. (8:00 o'clock
:greetings we would wish for us drum struggle. He is enjoying a Hawaii time) the Sunday :watch at
all strength to uphold the spiritof life of action. He is in the midstof Pan-Am's Pacific Division Head: HOLIDAY GREETINGS

Christ, .so, that in all the world events that are shaping the quarters at San Francisco had just

there may' be again. "Peace- onDearth' future course of the world! His filed their mid-morning report. The in To all of these to all
good will toward men". is the rare human privilege of do- Anzac Clipper, Hawaii bound, was CHRISTMAS ,
ing something specific to help' save olddays" who have made our
an hour and a half out of Hono- 1
'CHRISTMAS AT THE democracy! He indeed is lucky. lulu; the Pacific Clipper was en knew n 0 friendship since, and

CROSSROADS"The Let's tell him we are proud to route from Noumea to Auckland; bounds of joyousness. to all who read this

be the friend or the parent WE an the Philippine Clipper just out of It is particularly message,wd wish thatgratifying'
greatest privilege any man American fighter. There have been Wake on the way to Guam; the to that old-fashioned
us good
can have is actually to help decide other American soldiers. Againstfar Hong Kong Clipper,; ready to leave ,
the destiny of himself and his greater odds than we now Manila for Kowloon."At we number among \ kind of Christmasour

fellow man.History face, earlier Americans fought "in 10:30 the incredible word steady customers which comes to mind

shows, that it is a rare order to form a more perfectI was flashed from Honolulu, Pan- many who have been loyal when we think of "the

. . . . . . . . . .. Am's staff' went into action. In less since "the good old days." good old days." ,',. ',
=!.N.N.N N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N, .M.N.N.N.N N N:N N N N M: :NN .: than five minutes every ship and \ '
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; rehearsed 'Plan A'::
i OJ'Y "When the Japs flew over ,

Y y Diamond, Head on their way to
V Y Pearl Harbor, one word was flash
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3- : J and stations all they needed to : : .

NOT ORIGINALLY PAT WAs' I :i: 1 know. Radios were silenced, ship .-. ..= > CHRISTMAS : ,:.,M : ,:;:; :;

:x AND HE HAD HO' lights blacked out, headings changed : ;"
'i. REINDEER 'ij to pre-determined courses. '
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Y Every pilot, every ship crew and .. .
Y every ground station knew exactly .
' j: b.- : Y Y what to do and did it.

'X Ol "Swinging from her regular ,
4 course, the Anzac Clipper avoidedthe
r y zone of attack and landed safe-
I OJ'Y ly. Passengers got the news after
Y landing. The big ship was serviced -

\ (Explanation on page 14) Y refueled and was soon on her
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Clipper altered her course and 0 '
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3: landed safely at Auckland. :, .

.. "The Philippine Clipper had just i ;

:: You're departed from Wake, en route to ,! 1o
= exercising good judgment, when :;:; Guam and Singapore. Swinging ; ; ., '

you save day. For, rainy day about, she returned to Wake and .. '. .
: : every pay a ., .
landed the first '
safely jtfst as Jap : -
3: fund-an opportunity 'fund decide :::: bombers swept the island. Capt. ",' : ,'. :.i' \ '"'"'

:. on how much you can set aside and open ::$ Hamilton took cover near the dock
" and watched the attack. Eighteen
I:;.: :an account tomorrow. Your account :? enemy planes, in 'V' formationsof n' GLADES WATER '

: insured up to $5000. |: nine each, dropped their dead- ..
ly cargo. The hotel was set afire;
,..r 1 buildings, docks and fuel Installations -

.*. bombed; the constructioncamp COMPANYJ .
i t machine gunned. The attack
lasted only five minutes.

"His gallant Clipper, riding at .;

4"J.. t t I i o7 anchor, miraculously escaped, the
V 1 1f only damage being a few bullet .
Y holes in her fuselage. Returningto I

their ,ship, the crew and pas-
: sengers took off for Midway. Forty

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I Chairman Alva Man Killed Kenneth which had been mailed at that a dragline would be supplied .
Stewart, .,- \ ',. Pearl Harbor two weeks ago. early, in, January to complete, the Johnson's_ Fish Gamp
It impossible to contact stretch of road into the Indian
At Pearl Harbor was
Of Paralysis; Committee : (Near Hurricane Gate) I'
Donald or Mr. and Mrs. Miner be- reservation which requires dragline
Glewiston Fla. .
fore this story went to press and service. Afterwards, Hill said, the I ,
Boats Motors-Guide
I Elbert. L. Stewart, of Clewistonthis (Hendry County News) information was lacking as to when 'Work.could be. finished with grad- Service
Rates. Reasonable
:week, ; was .appointed\ Hendry, Kenneth Miner, age about 20, Is Kenneth enlisted and what ship he ers.: W. H, Johnson, Mgr. 1-
County_ chairman. for. the celebra- the. first man from this section re was attached to. The board approved an applica-
ported killed in the Pearl. Harbor tion for bond filed by S. R. Luckeyto
tion of the President's. Birthday, it
debacle of December 7. He was act as deputy sheriff at the
announced from headquarters County Board,
was; state enlisted in the U. S. Navy. Riddle-McKay Aero College at

here.: Kenneth's parents Mr. and, Mrs. Approyes Tax Roll Clewiston. i
Appointment! _of, .1\Ir: Stewart, Chester Miner, of. Alva. received a. ; :

.Hendry county: representative, was, telegram-- Tuesday evening from the I
war department advising of his
,- -announced _by Chester B. Treadway, (Hendry County News)

state chairman of the campaign to death.Miss Edith Magill recalls that At a call meeting Friday morn- YOUR $$, IF I

raise funds for the nationwide fight about three years ago Kenneth, at- ing at the courthouse the board of WILl YOU
against infantile paralysis. Spessard tended school here. During that county commissioners accepted the .
L. Holland, governor of Florida and period when he was in the seventh tax roll amounting to $144,142.31as ,
honorary chairman of the fund eighth or ninth grade, she said. submitted by County Tax Assessor GO READ

raising campaign, confirmed the ap He made his home with Mr.' and Dennis Small.Afterwards FAR THE ADS
pointment. Mrs. Earl S. Royer. the books were turn-.

W. Cecil Grant, director of Kenneth and Donald Royer were ed over to County Tax CollectorR.
very good friends. Donald Tues- N. Miller who announced he
organization for the state group,
Christmas would begin sending out bills at
day received a card from
will aid Mr. Stewart in appointing -
a committee of prominent once. Ehney & FosterPAINT ,3 ry
Hendry county citizens to aid him The roll represented all drain- I CONTRACTORS
in organizing the local campaign age, county and school taxes both
maintenance and interest and sink- Sprayer For Furniture Painting
which is expected to include charity
, sporfs events, card parties, dances ing: funds. I Floor Sanding t
Phone 69 Free Estimates
and many other entertainment.A Miller announced: that four per
majority of the counties are cent, discount would be allowedon
planning to close their campaigns W4, taxes paid up to January 12,
with a countywide President's two, per cent, to February first and
Birthday Ball on January 30, according one percent' if paid by March first. JOHNNY RSON s '' N q lbw/v% %f
to Mr. Grant. Final plans Miller added that, all taxes must
for the closing celebration, however be paid by April first. ExpertShoemaker
-4 will be decided upon by the
The commissioners assured Wil-
'next door to Nowling's Service,
local chairman, he, said. liam B. Hill, state superintendentof Station)
The National Foundation for In- Indian affairs with 7 (ew .
t u y+.J:; l
Good Work-Prompt Service
fantile Paralysis has formed
Dania, who appeared in person
-- sports council to aid local groups

i in organizing charity ,sport events,
a s aa a as ..
fr "" :?t ( (
to Mr.
according Treadway..CXhrnfmas..

.1* A star In the sky, new

PJ 'hope In the, heart, and fqfq V
Christmas trees glowing

,Ir from windows and out of fqR _

doors.A .

most appropriate

time to thank you for I RANOER
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J4'I your patronage, and to Y ,

wish you a Merry Christmas /- tii A ;

I I ; .' and a, Happy and fqy

Prosperous New Year. r --- ...

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at peace. This ideal has nourished w ]HE foundation of pleasure to extend our fty

.,, the Christmas,joy of countless iO /
business friendbest wishes and ft
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hepherds first tended their flocks f I J. M. COUSECounselor ship, and the basis of all our pledge of loyalty to ft

.1 on the plains of old Judea. and Attorney at Law enduring those whose ftfriendships
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,. kit is this peace of spirit in all Hopkins Building friendship we <
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its fullness that we wish you ft Wednesdays and Saturdays can be traced, ill cherish. We ft

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Merry Christmas this season! Each Christmastime it happy and abounding in Prices Subject to Federal Tax
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J hall between the 7th and 6th grade branches, Santas and snow men pate> in the program. on state highway 164, until January

;cbool Jews home rooms. made of apples and marshmallowsthe 2.Judge.
girls had transformed the CONDEMNATION SUITCONTINUED .
Whitehurst reviewed reports -
school room with decorations. TO JAN 2
,of appraisers who had been
The 5th grade garden club girls Receiving and pouring during the to'value the
............. Humor appointed tracts. The
Elizabeth Winn ... 'played the 6th grade garden club afternoon were Marilyn Davis, Acting upon the motion of County county has guaranteed the state
Mauryne rrewitt ...... Chief Reporter girls at basketball. The score was Betty McDuffie, Gloria McDuffie, Attorney H. A. Rider, Circuit road department the rightofwayasked
O'Neill ..._..._ Society The Betty Jane Perez, Christine Radish,
Jeanne 6-3 in the 6th grades favor. Judge George W. Whitehurst .Sat for and now' will attempt to
Juanita Burkett ..._._.._... FacultyDorothy captain was Carline Berner and Jane Stephens, Elizabeth Winn, urday morning continued condemn- satisfy those owning land who

Knight ..__..._ Sketches the manager was Doris Strickland.We Marion Yoder, June Ellen Dunaway, ation proceedings on 67 parcels of failed to contribute the portion ,
Barnard Leiter and wish you all..a merry Christ- Laura Bailey, Marianne Jones, land involved in the right-of-way falling In the right-of-way. '
Kemper Bond _...r.--....- Sports mas and a Happy New Year! Mary Lou Jennings, Mary Mathis
Marianne Jones ....-..._....- ClaM and Elizabeth Read. Other hos-

Jimmy Paul ...._........._ Reporter 6TH GRADE NEWS tesses were Esther Haven, Nina
Gloria McDuffio _.......... SpecialtiesClass DORIS STRICKLANDI'll Kelly, Isabelle Mills, Ethelyn T : J

Reporters be willing to wager that B. Murphy, Beatrice Pratt, Gladys
McLeod Davidson, Hettie Dykes, Doris
Betty McDuffie, Pliilip M. Won't stick his feet on Y.
Gloria McDuffie: Beulah Guthrie. B.'s desk anymore.I Poole, Jeraldeen Fletcher.In "
addition to their I
wonder if B.K. will make any
s noises when J.P. makes fifty again? mothers the members invited as ,q: '"
students are
usual, we guests the officers of the PTA,
two I wonder of C.D. will talk to ,
joyed with the thought of our Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. H. E. t ,' "
Christ- or any more? Or ,
weeks "vacation" over the E.
Robinson, Mrs. F. Conklmg '
does chew 'gum in school any more?
mas holidays. But really, ,it Mrs. Ed Collier and Mrs. J. W.
,time We have three new pupils in
more to us than just a- '
mean Ezelle, school officials and their
for giving gifts and being gay. our Georgia.The room.. They came here from wives, Mr. and, Mrs. A. O. Ward, ou andQjours

On this Xmas day, many of our Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Weaver, Mr. -
sixth grade'wishes alla
hearts will be sad, for this is the and Mrs H. C. Kolstad, Mr. and
merry Christmas and a Happy
first time our loved ones or friends Mrs. Dan Allen, Mrs. J. A. McGeheeand
New Year.
have been away from us. But then ladies who have assisted the

again, we are thankful that they club with its Red Cross sewing and
are doing their part ,in service'for knitting and with the decorations,
Uncle Sam, and we pray that The Sophomore class had a Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. F. 'D. _

they might be kept safe. Christmas party Tuesday night at Duff, Mrs. W. E. Dilly, Mrs. W.

Despite this, we, as members of the Community Center. Those attending C. Owen, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs. : ; ( J' ,
the publication club, take this opportunity danced and played games, N. V. S. Mumfoid and Mrs E. ': :""" /. : ,'f.-

to wish you all a very after which refreshments were L. Stewart, and the faculty of the "
"Merry Christmas and a Happy. served. At the end of the evening school.

New Year". Miss Neely, class sponsor presented Tea, fancy cookies, fruit cake,

of a flag patriotic pins to nature the girls to and the books boys. and refreshment candies hour.were served at the I Christmas again, and as the glad chimes

8TH GRADE :NEWS Nina member of our '
The Home Economic girls put lass, was Kelly taken, a Wednesday to a ring out I j join in the gladness to wish

the 8th grade in exile Thursday West Palm Beach hospital for Navy Recruits Must
because of a Christmas Tea. We and and bountiful
observation. 'you yours a more joyous ,
are now holding classes in the Marianne Jones is planning to Give Proof Of Age

spend the Christmas vacation in Christmas then ever. '

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G. Montgomery, recruiter in charge,
U. S. Navy recruiting station,
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Mr. Turk, our school principal, Postoffice building in Tampa, that '
has been confined to his home this 4.
T men over 21 desiring to enlist in
week due to illness. the present their Selec-
navy may
Mrs. Okerstrom was called to tive Service registration card in ELBERT L. STEWART

ebas West Virginia the first of this week establishing age.

due.to. the serious illness of her Men under 21 should bring evi-

sister. dence of their age, Mr. Montgomery Ill'/
Miss Humble plans to .spend said. However, if necessary, the
Christmas in Kentucky; Miss York, naval service will attempt to

Pahokee; Miss Burhans, Umatilla; establish evidence of age.
\Ir. Padgett, Pahokee; Miss Neely, Free booklets containing ( valu-

D Lake Worth. The others will able information concerning the

probably spend most of the timein navy may be had free at the News,'
Clewiston with a few days out office. Those interested in joiningthe

of town. navy are asked.. fo apply for 4 1

this literature. ,

"Guess what"? You remember
that little romance of a freshmangirl
Are Being ExpandedCharles
Christmas is a sort of and a certain boy? (Cuban).

stopping place where There is a rumor that it .,has renewed -

weary travelers pause its course. Do you. thinkso G. Lavin, State Adminis-
and forget the long j ? Watch it. trator of the National Youth, Ad- I
miles that lie behind, h
i and recall the faith and ministration, announced this week r
loyalty of friends who JQ HOME ECONOMICS CLUB that the National Youth Adminis-

have made their way most I0 GIVES CHRISTMAS: TEA tration defense training centers are

pleasant. I3f being expanded and geared for full
Members of the Home EconomicsClub
Permit us now to thank participation in the National Defense -
of the High School entertained Program.
you for your many favors -
with a Christmas Tea, the first "Several hundred additionalyouths"
and to wish you a de
lightful Christmas season.Clewiston social event in which the club has Mr. Lavin said, '"will be I

I participated this year, Thursday able to take their places in ma- Once again the reindeer sweep
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afternoon in the Home Economics chine, aviation mechanics, welding, down from the North with their

i room at the school building.The woodwork, boat building, and' other cargo of cheer. ,About time that we

members under the direction shops where they may gain work were thinking of the friends who

,; of their teacher, Miss Hannah experience for actual participationin have 'so loyally remembered us.
Appliance Store York, prepared the decorations for the country's vital defense oc-
the room and the tea itself. Using cupations. Your generous patronage has k

B native materials-silvered pine "This program is designed for helped make our year a good one, .
"i :'hj cones, cherry wreaths pineCHRISTMAS boys of pre-military age and those and we are taking this means of -

--------- who have been rejected for service sending you a word of personal

with the armed forces, so that they c thanks to let you know how muchwe
I I will have the opportunity to take value your friendship.We .
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I an active part in the already vast sincerely hope that your holi-

armament program which must be day season will be exceptionally

j GREETINGS I doubled, and trebled to keep the happy. I.
American army and navy and the
I forces of this nation's allies supplied -

with war materials".

"' Resident camps where the youth '. -
.. CO. Inc.
live and work are being maintainedIn
Ocala, Camp Blanding, Tallahassee : '
Pensacola, and Tampa. In addition ,:.
to these, local projects are
placed in smaller communities I

throughout the State so. that youth I
may live at home and still partici-

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To Everybody \ Lh i. i % Our Wish for You -. I

We know the jolly little man _

from the North has not forgotten I' AMONG the most j f 3 J J 3 : 5 3 : J : 333B

you. I \\\1 I f i of the past remembrances year fl Our genuine "Merry: Christmas to All" our
\ are the pleasant rela-
And neither have we, for like
::: ::: tionships we have enjoyed friends and customers. Pleasant times
right here and now we are with the people
\ Christmas always remind us of the pleasure we
wishing the. merriest \ of this community.

Christmas you season ever, and, / 1'\\ To old friends,to new \ r ll have had in the privilege of doing business with

adding our thanks for friends, and to friends- / you. May good luck attend your every wish

interest and favors of your the season's to-be we greetings.May extend the. this Christmas! And may holiday good cheer

.past year. all of you experience =l; : e Qr brighten the hours of this glorious: season]!
the blessings

of the Christmas
season. I ; GLADES POWERand


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Morris Ford' will return this Alston, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. doll-Anne Prewitt; Jack in the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

I week-end from the Citadel, Charleston H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl' Johnson Box.-Skippy Cothern. -

S. C. to spend Christmas with Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. :L. C. In the which
pageant, was direc- Rev. H. C. Meador, pastor
r Personals ] his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller, Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs.G. ted by Mrs. J. E. Baker; Edwin
Thomas. Sunday school, 9:45
Ford. : B. Roath was the prophet; Oliver a. m. Arch
Hodges, superintendent.
Martinez, Marty Waldron and David
W. C.' Owen, Jr., of Tulane Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr. was hostessat Thomas were wise men: Nick Morning Worship, 11:00 al m.

Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Stewart University, New Orleans, and Dick the Christmas party of her Schiffli, Hager Lowe and Frank Subject-"The Christian Secret Of

were visitors in Miami Thursday. Owen of William and Mary College, bridge club Thursday evening. Ap- Conkling were shepherds; Margie An Abundant Life". .

Williamsburg, Va., are expected to propriate holiday decorations were Allen was Gabriel; Jacqueline This, is the third in the series of"
arrive tomorrow for the Christmas arranged in the living room and
the "Golden
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Bell, Jr. Bledsoe, Grace 'Ward, Carolyn Chapters of John'sGospel"
vacation. the tallies and party appointments
and Miss Roberta Spicer were Saturday out Bryant j and Jo Ann Grouch were
further carried the- red and
visitors in West Palm Beach. angels, Betty McDuffle was Mary Training Union, 6:15 p. m. Mrs.G. .
Mrs. H. C. Kolstad of Moore grp on Christmas motif.
and Sherwood Hall was Joseph. E. Wenzloff, director. Theme
Mrs. A. C. Carlton was awardeda
Haven yesterday in Clewis-
spent forthe month
Mrs. F. A. Flanders of Moore ton as guest of Mrs. O. A. Jones. luncheon cloth for first prize, Nora Oglesby was accompanist and Losing it". "Finding' Life'. by

Haven was a 'visitor in Clewiston Mrs. Kolstad conducted the pro- and Mrs.. Jimmy Wilson won hot the Glee Club members were Eliza-
beth Winn, Mary Carlyle, Gloria Evening Worship, 7:30
Wednesday. gram at the Garden Club meeting pads and dish towels as second p. m.
yesterday afternoon.Mr. nigh and travelling prizes. The McDuffie, Marilyn Davis, Sue Von- Special "Candle Light Christmas

Y Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence and Christmas gift exchange was given Mach, Mauryne Prewitt, Mary Song Service". '

baby, Bonnie Faye, spent Thurs- In which each member brought a Mathis, Beulah Guthrie, Louise
and Mrs. J. A. McGehee are '
day in Fort Myers. gift to another :whose name had Roath and Jane Stephens.The "Remember Pearl Harbor". Your
driving to Fort Myers today to
been chosen by lot. dimes,
meet their son, Wilbur, who is : Central quarters and dollars invested -
Florida Fair and
Refreshments tuna fish
Miss June Hooker and J. D. arriving' from St. Leo School for were in Defense Savings Stamps
salad with poinsettia decorations, Exposition is' scheduled for Feb.
Hooker were visitors in West Palm Boys to spend the holidays at and Bonds will help
provide .
crackers and coffee. All members 23-28 at Orlando, officials announ- ships,
Beach Tuesday, .
home.W. were present: Mrs. Foy Durrence, ced this week. The coming show shells. and planes to give Japan

I Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs. George will be the 33rd annual event. America's answer.
Mrs. D. C. Hampton of LaBelle I
L. Brantley, Jr. arrived Sat Crow, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs.
visited Miss Evelyn Burhans Tues- urday from Fort Bragg, N. C. and Glen Etherton, Mrs. R. J. Lee --- .

day. is spending, this week here with Mrs. Jimmy Wilson. and Mrs. Hare.
4. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
jjlt :
: ELhtimnJRakeGoo
Miss Erma Brown and Mrs. B. Brantley. "Buster" returns to Fort JUNIOR G. A.'s HOLD :4 : .,

"B. Wilson were shopping in West Bragg tomorrow.Mr. CHRISTMAS PARTY [hee1tw
Palm Beach Tuesday. .'

------ and Mrs. C. E. Robbins, The 'Junior G. A.'s of the First r $ <
Ray Bass spent the week-end in Miss Marie and Volney Robbinsof Baptist Church held their Christ- ; rome 1

Okeechobee with his mother, Mrs. I Panama City are here to spend mas party Wednesday afternoon at fut. eat'

..4 -Angle Bass. the holidays with' Mr. and Mrs.J. the home of their counsellor, Mrs. ntt a

E. Beardsley and Mr. and ,Mrs. W. F. Nail. '''The house was dec-
Mrs. F. E. Conkling returned
Joseph Robbins. orated with appropriate Christmas .
Saturday from Fort Lauderdale

,.where; she spent a few days visiting 'decorations.
friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham and The girls held an exchange of r

daughter Sally, of Charleston, S. gifts and' each received a bag of

C. arrived Wednesday to spend candy and fruits. .Those attend-
Joe and Sherwood Hall are
the holida's'with their daughters ing Wanda Shelfer
were: Wilma
leaving Sunday for Henderson, Ky., '
Mrs. William Johnson of Canal Tingle, Betty Lou Emrich, Carolyn
their former home, to spend Christ-
mas with relatives. Point and Miss Florence Grahamof Robison, Nadine Andrews, Joyce

Clewiston. Phillips, Virginia Turner, Willie

Miss Martha Nell Alston arrived Mae Bethea, Anne Slonaker, Ruth >
Among the most cherished .
Clarence O. Benbow, who has Emrich, Shirley Kruger, Marilyn -
Thursday from Miami: Beach to
spent several months in Puerto Shelfer gifts bestowed by
Betty Stough, Marion
1 spend, the holidays at her home I
here. Rico employed on a constructionjob Phillips, Beatrice Cochran, Gladys the passing year is the

for a private ,contractor, is returning ,Jackson and Valerie Haynes. ?' friendship and pleasant .
to the United States this
Mrs. W.H.. Lanier, Mrs. Otto relations that have existed -
week. He landed in Cuba Wednes- CARD OF
Larsen and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were us.Ve
day on his way 'home.
business visitors 4nMiami Thurs- wish to express our heart- hope for a continuanceof

day. felt this friendship during :.:,;
Leslie Miller, who enlisted in appreciation to our many 'r
the friends in Clewiston for their kind- the year to come, and, in "
naval Reserve two
Mrs. Roy' Alston, accompanied by ago, I
her mother, Mrs. J. S. Willingham, has been called into active duty ment.ness during' our recent bereave- the spirit of the season, .'I ..: -

and her sister, Mrs., Ward Roberts and left Saturday Jacksonville we cordially greet you

spent Wednesday in Fort ,Myers.. where he is stationed for the pres- Mrs. Fred. Dunaway and and wish you the most

-' ent at the Naval Base. He has family.CHRISTMAS Merry of Merry Christ-

I Mr. and Mrs. Merrell ..Lowe of passed his final physical examina- /", mases. '
'}' tion. Mrs. Miller is remaining here PROGRAM
Camp Blanding, Starke, Florida, \
spent a few days in Clewiston this until the first of the year, when THURSDAY AT SCHOOL ... ,
week she will move to Jacksonville to '
returning yesterday. f Turner .
be near him. A combined grammar and high :._ I".- -. ,;
I = school Christmas program, presented \. -w. T '-
Jimmy Hall 4s: expected this Beauty
Mrs. Ruth B.- Owens and Miss yesterday afternoon and even- Shop
week-end ,from, Georgia School of
Florence Graham, of the Toggery ing in the auditorium was the out-
Technology in Atlanta to spend
Shop attended the Orange Bowl standing event of the school's holiday .
Christmas with his parents, Mr.
Festival Style: Show: held Sunday observance. The program,
and Mrs.
; H. R. Hall.
evening on the roof garden of the given in the afternoon for school

I Miss Marguerite Mizellewho has Alcazar Hotel in Miami Beach. The pupils, was repeated at night for .c-tl: tc; -t:: !(-t( t( -t:: ti'; = :;
show, which featured Miami made the public. II
been employed in Fort Lau'derdalefor i
apparel, brought out the interestingfact The
grammar pupils
several months, returned to
Clewiston this week and is again that in originating styles sented a playlet-The Topsy Turvy

employed in Turner's Beauty Shop. Miami ranks third in the United Toyshop. The scene takes place inSanta's I I II

States. workshop as two browniesare i iI

Miss Barbara Morrison will arrive I completing their task of making i Merry

this week-end from Florida DAUGHTERS OF RUTH. CLASS toys for Christmas. Perk, a prank-

State College for Women to PACK CHRISTMAS BOX ster brownie, comes in while Tony

the holidays with her spend I and Tad are out and exchanges I \
parents, Mr.
Members Christmas i iI i ii
of the Daughters of
and 'Mrs. J. Fred Morriso'n. the winding parts of the mechanical I
Ruth Class, meeting for their toys. When the Inspector,

G. 38. Thomas returned Wednesday Christmas party at the home of Santa Claus, comes to inspect the

from Bay Pines Hospital near their teacher, Mrs. W. F. Nail, toys he is much disgusted as the lAlderman's

packed a box of toys for some toys do not perform the
Petersburg, where he has been: proper i iI
I for the past two weeks receiving needy family, which will be given tricks. However, the culprit is I II I
out by the church at Christmas.The .
\ treatment for a wrenched back.R. found and the queer-acting toys
party was given Wednesday are repaired to every one's satis-
evening. Each member broughtalso faction. .
Smith of Sebring spent

the week-end here with his family a other gift which members.was exchangedwith Refresh The second part of the program Sandwich Shop i

Mr. Smith is employed as assistantto was a beautiful pageant "The i
ments were candies and fruits.
: the project engineer on the Perfect Gift" presented by the high
:Sebring air base.Edythe The members attending were school. Esther DeHaven as reader Taxi i
Mamie Trice, Marilyn Davis, Wllma
introduced the various scenes,
Miss Nell :Cornette ar, Tingle, Carolyn Bryant, Wanda which were portrayed under the Bowling Alley i iI
Shelfer, Jacqueline Bledsoe,
;rived .,
yesterday from Florida appropriate lighting effects. In the I/
Southern College at Lakeland to Frances O'Brien, Elsie background were ten members of I
Martin, Betty Stough, June
:spend the holidays with her, parents Ellen I the Girls' Glee Club, in white
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dunaway and Jo Ann Walker. *ra *a ); ); :tt
M. Cornette.. surplices and each holding a lighted afrfr >);M&aaaaa *a*

candle. 'Their carols formed a '
-Mr. and Mrs. ,James Willis Moore BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. musical background for the pagI I ( ttt( -t( {( -'-<< tt( tC tC !( .

and their three-month old adopted G. H. Small entertained her eantry. '

daughter, Mary Ellen, of Ocala, bridge club at her home Wednesday Mrs. 'E. H. Holstlne: directed the I

spent a night here recently with evening. Mrs. M. E. Von- grammar school play with the following i
Mrs. Carrie Moore and family. Mach won first I
prize and Mrs. W. taking part: Brownies.- NEVERat

E. Dilley second prize. Ernest Smith, Clifford Beatty'' and J

.Dr. and Mrs. Forrest C. Taylorof Mrs.' Small served a salad course, Eddie Conkling; Santa Claus-Ben i

Fort Lauderdale spent Sunday cake and coffee at the conclusionof Bolton; Engines-Edward Bourne, the holiday' season has there been so ::

in Clewiston. Dr. Taylor is a play to Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Danny Martin; T o p s-Jimmie I I

former minister of the Clewiston Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. M. M. Haynie, Lawrence Tingle, and Bale much to wish a

Community Church. Prewitt, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs.P. Cato; Jumping Jacks-Edwin ,-, reason. everyone A

M. McIntyre, Mrs. S. L. Crochet Messer, John Davidson, Terrell !
Mrs. John H. Doty is I truly Merry Christmas and a
leaving and Mrs. W. E. Dilley. Cason; Horns-Shirley Krueger, -
11 today for Avon Park where she I II
Caroline Robison, Carline Berner;
M "will visit her daughter, Miss Maxine Mrs. Keathley Bowden was Rabbits-Dianne Mathis, Elissa 'i Prosperous New Year '

...;..:. Doty, through the Christmas hoUr hostess Wednesday afternoon at Mueller, John Sutton and Beth

I days. a' bridge-luncheon for her club.. Gardner; Blocks-Seigler Norton, I .
The party carried out the Christmas Doris Adams.IndiansDonald; & \t i
Charles Turner, of Panama City, motif in .J.
decorations. There Whitaker
was a Glenn Lowe, Billy Blount, '!1 '" JiiJ
'spent the week here visiting his gift exchange. Packages Hilton
for the Williams; 'Drum Major and
mother, Mrs. Blanche, Turner. He gift exchange were piled under the Majorette-David Burke and Emma A

returned to Panama City yesterday. decorated Christmas tree. Jane ,Ezelle; Singing Dolls-Mary BEARDSLEY-REAL ESTATE ;

'Charles recently enlisted in the After luncheon the guests enjoyed Faye Andrews,I Sue Cornette, Evelyn '!1 '

U. S. Navy and is expecting ordersto bridge and a Tobey pitcherwas Haven; Mamma Dolls-Naomi Os- BEARDSLEY INSURANCE AGENCY ;

report for duty within a few awarded as first prize to Mrs. borne, Claire Hedke, Marie Sapp,

ays. Carl Johnson, and a cream and Betty Young; Negro Dolls-Clara i

sugar set to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle for Jennings, Barry Whidden; Teddy 1 Ruth R. Beardsley J. E. Beardsley
Bob and Dan Beardsley will ar- cut prize.A .
Bears Robert Burkett, Eddie
rive Sunday from the Universityof surprise handkerchief showerwas Swindle; Rag Dolls-Ann Slonaker, S, Art Lawrence Evelyn Kellems j
Florida at Gainesville to spend given to Mrs. s
Leslie Miller, Betty Smith Geraldine Westberry; S
the holidays with their parents, who is leaving soon for Jacksovtlle. Clowns-John, Williams, Bobby i! s
Mfs. .
.Mr. and
J. E.
Beardsley. ,' Attending were Mrs. Dave 'Berner, Gilbert Stiles; Hawaiian joiaa&aaaaaaiaim&am.i" 1 )i ); Mt2t :J- )a- ::2t :a

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Theater of War Between U.. S. and Japan Neat WrappingAids


Holiday GiftsMen

Washington, D. C. SEA
(J are seldom noted for their
\ HIDDEN TREASUREWith :::x db daintiness around Christ-
DUTCH HARBOR especially
American industries crying ...
C- mastime. But they aren't the only
for war materials, the government \Awdf ALEUTIAN $IS.u.s ones whos
] gifts present a sorry
around to seizing a )
has finally got ( with
bulgy covering
semi-manufactun L- !C'
giant horde of .. : -. loose string that portends early disintegration
war materials originally of the wrapping. Even
the conquered countries. 'j
some women confess that they
tons of steel bars, steel<
Tons upon
gifts several times before their
rods, steel sheets, ship plates, tinplate TOKK. 4791 Mi FRANcISCO appearance is satisfactory..
ordered by
copper wire were
Poland, Czecho-Slovakia, Hollandand KOUE LOS The best of "wrappers" are only

Belgium, some of it three years amateurs, however, compared with'
ago. It has been in warehouses and the girls in large department stores
who "gift wrap" all day long.
idle freight cars ever since, despItethe
scarcity of raw materials and For most articles whose shapes

despite the fact, that some indus make wrapping difficult they havean
tries are even closing for lack of effective solution: "Corrugateit.
them. ." This means that the bundle is

Why this horde of priceless .material wrapped lengthwise and sidewise in
remained untouched for. >so. corrugated paper before putting fan'p
long is a mystery. But the secret cy Christmas paper around it. "Cor-
is first, government red tape and '.. rugation will cover a multitude of

bureaucracy; second, the fact that 4 CAROLINE IS.' shapes," they explain. They suggest -
owners of these materials, who \\ INGAPORE I (jAP) five steps when wrapping sim.
were holding them for higher: pIe packages:
prices, did not want to 'sell. N ti: 0t:? 0 .,

The old Export Control board under it: MARQUESAS
Gen. Russell Maxwell, who is: SAMOA IS. <. )
now devoting his abilities to the 0 -I 00 TUAMOTU IS.

Near East, did nothing about this: :-: TUTUILA 'SOCIETY IS. .... JFR( )
.. q; D. CFR) ... .
treasure horde. But now Henry ', o' ... ..
Wallace's Economic Defense board .I
; LOYALTY IS. .,.'
is finally moving in. : -
A small haul was made earlier NEW ik.i.ii
this year in Hoboken, N. J., of aluminum AUTRA1 CALEDONIA !
and other materials, but the C : ::::.
(FR,) I
coming seizures are on a far greater Ytt.Y PAC I F
scale. Of one commodity alone,,. .. 1. Fold the paper over the bundle.
tin plate, there,will be 100,000 cases, : Line up the two open sides, then

or 15,000 tons, taken from three Here in graphic detail is shown the location of strategic points in the war between Japan and the fold them back two or three inchesto

areas, New York, Philadelphia, and United States. Distances between important points now in the headlines are also shown. Of particular interest prevent paper cuts by getting the! ,
sharp edge of the out of the I
Baltimore.The t are the following points: the Russian port of Vladivostok and its nearness to Japan, which would make it paper I Iay. I
total haul of all commoditieswill an ideal air base in a bombing raid campaign on the enemy; the Hawaiian islands where at Pearl Harbor /

be between 20 and 25-thousand the Japanese opened their war on the United States with a devastating aerial attack; the most vulnerable
carloads, which, at an average of sector of the continental United States to Japan attack-the Pacific coast area.
50 tons to the car, means over a

million The Economic tons. Defense board will How Navies Warring Nations Compare

use only $200,000 to finance the _
requisitioning of all this material, I
the value of which runs into many .

and sold again on the same day, so li
.. ..
the $200,000 will- be merely a revolving UNITED STATES u'7; .17 -..-- .' --' --- :. -1 7GREAT.BRITAIN 0 i113 .",,;;;;fgjilll: !
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INTERNED ITALIANS 16.4 62 LITTh121: : 1I4B paper 2. Draw should folded be made paper to snug.rest tightly The
One of the Italian officers in
around the,lengthwise. section of the

wrote detention his'wif at Fort in Missoula Italy a, Mont.letter, JAPAN _10 _6. .135 C iii1iIJ19: 11I66 .bundle. 3. Fold in the

which U. S. officials are sure will. -
ends. Holding
never reach her. 'GER'MANY 11I6 11 D4 _12050 _125 I the package
The letter will get to Italy, all as shown in
right. Mail is still being'exchanged
-' ... ,. drawing number2turnthe-
regularly between the two coun- rrALY.5
1120 :. 125 .105 .'
tries. But authorities are certain -., ,.. I ,=,,_ corners diagonally "'-
that the officer's letter will not get -
I This chart shows the naval strength of the Axis and Allied navies. Latest figures available are shown. ] inward.
by II Duce's censors, for, in hungry, The pointed section that remains is

battered, war-weary Italy this then folded back against'the side
poignant message would not be Heads Pacific Fleet As President Asked Declaration of the package.

"good propaganda." I 4.. Wind string

This is the reason: :, ::: P ,<>, ..I, % % > __o__ ...._....,.."_ o' .........._..._'..h ___-.,.,,_......... around package.
"We left Philadelphia for the city .- First wind the _

of Missoula," wrote the husband. string around the .

"The journey lasted three days and 1liiI! :aii bundle lengthwise '
three nights on a train and was a and then make a
real pleasure. We did not lack a "figure 8" knot.
: _
thing because we traveled in aPullI : This is an ordinary _"
man. At meal times we turned it Vii i : 4 & slip knot that is turned once

into a dining room and at night y before it is slipped. It looks like a

into a dormitory. The meals were M .. 14 .. . figure 8 when tied and makes a per.b
magnificent."I '. 5, 'S. ', 'S' fect slip knot. --)
can tell that for the \
me >
you 4i Le tak S 5. Tie the string. After the stringis
journey was one I had dreamed of :' '. ..
% run through the figure 8 knot
for years and then, in an extraordinary ..
lengthwise, simply continue the
way, it came true. As I \ .

said before, this place is beautiful, 4'.$( 7\4 'd' / C .. .. S and string tie around the ends the'of bundle the string.sidewise,
all green with woods and surround
ed by hills. The air is fine and / \ S. 111

healthy, my appetite very good and ., II '

the food abundant .. .. .. ..
and exquisite."We i :i .. '
do not lack' milk, butter,
'ineat/ bread, vegetables, fruit, : l..J .1 : vh I

.". sugar or coffee. When I am eating :..- :.L-.. : ,:. ,
I always think of you, who are perhaps
without food. No one can The American fleet in the Pacificis I President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressing the joint session of con 1il

complain about the guards. They under the command of Admiral gress, when he asked congress to declare a state of war against Japan. ; "''"'
: treat us with every respect and Husband Edward Kimmel, 59, who Congress passed the declaration 33 minutes after FDR's speech.
consideration." took over command of the Pacific Extra care in wrapping will make

Note: To Americans the effusive fleet and also of the entire U. S. even the most inexpensive giftg

description of the food as "abun. fleet last February 1. U. S. Fleet Off Coast of Hawaii more presentable.
dant and exquisite" is interesting, I!

because Missoula the are alien fed prisoners at Fort In Asiatic Waters r'. '' :'- ."';'"" ...-':'' '.' .. '' .... ...,.. .:'.. .. 'S .-:.... .,7.1 Cleveland Sells StocksTo

fare. In quality straight and quantity army r :''. Buy Community Tree
< /H..Y.""
their rations are exactly the sameas Sale of stock certificates unparal-

those of U. S. soldiers.. .. leled in history brought America's
first community Christmas tree to

SCRAP IRON TO JAPAN Cleveland, Ohio, in 1912.
For years, the heaviest foreign To raise money for a community

T buyer of U. S. scrap iron was Japan. ;9.. /, _________ tree, preferred stock was sold in
1 Despite much public protesting, the '"Cleveland, the City of Good Will, .
1! state department permitted Nipponese (Unlimited), Incorporated." It was
militarists to import huge quantities listed at the head of other securities 4 .
of this vital strategic material. ., _
____ on the Cleveland Stock exchange.
Now appeasement chickens are ;'i: /, ____ Although no personal solicitations I
coming home to roost.
were allowed, more than $12,000 was
With defense production swinginginto realized from the sale. A community -
full tide, the U. S. suddenly is **/ 'fr$' celebration was held around the
confronted with 'a serious
scrap 70-foot, illuminated tree that was
shortage. For various reasons, defense P erected in the public square.

chiefs are saying nothing \ __ __ __ r;;: 1x'S The next Christmas brought a veritable ;
about the situation. But it is very '
M' \ \ks 'S \ avalanche of community
S / / < \ .SSSS'S\
acute. A number of steel makers b
Christmas trees throughout the i
have privately reported curtailed country. The idea has become almost -

production schedules in the offing a national custom, with more t.
because of inability to obtain need American
than cities
15,000 and
ed supplies of scrap. A splendid view of units of the United States fleet at anchor in Lahaina i
I towns setting up their own community :
Admiral Thomas C. Hart 64 Hawaii the of the attack by Japanese
One important plant executive who roads, near scene unprovoked trees during the Christmas
went so far as to describe his condition commands the U. S. Asiatic fleet..Ol1..UUn..u. .. bombers at a Sunday's dawn. .
as "almost desperate." son. .
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1[i' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR No. 78 of September 7, 1931; W %of SEU of NEK Section 5, shall be redeemed according to law, Dated this 1st day of December
? TAX DEED Lots 1, 2, 3 (Assessors Plat) Sec- Township 43, Range 28. the property described therein will 1941.
tion 32. Township 43, Range 29; No. 22, of September 7, 1936; be sold to the highest bidder at .
/ (Senate Bill No. 183) the (Seal) WILLIAM ,
Formerly Glades County. SW'i of NWU & NW/i of SW% court house door on the first Mon- T HULL .
No. 75, of September 7, 1931; Section 6, Township 43, Range 28. day In the month of January, 1942, Clerk Circuit Court, ,Hendry
:. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Tract 5 (Assessors Plat) Section No. 23, of September 7, 1936; which Is the 5th day of January County,' Florida.4t. .
R. N. Miller holder of Caloosahatchee 32, Township 42 Range 29; E% of SWU Section 7, Township I 1942. Dec. 5-12-19-26, 1941. .
Improvement District Tax Certificates Formerly Glades County., 43, Range 28. II '
listed below has filed same in my No. 6, August 2, 1926; NEVI of No.7, of August 2, 1926; W% I ----
office and has made application fora NE4 Section 6, Township 43 S, of SW& Section 7, Township 43
tax deed to be issued thereon. Range 28 E. S, Range 28 E.
: Said certificates embrace the following No. 25, of September 5, 1932; No. 16, of August 2, 1926;
r described property in the County E3/4 of NWU of NEi4 Section NW',4 of SW], Section 16, Town-
r' of Hendry, State of Florida to- 5, Township 43, Range 28.No. ship 43 S, Range 28 E.
;, wit: 78, of September 5, 1928; No. 102, of September 3, 1928;
396 by 330 ft. in SE Corner Sec-
. tion 17, Township 43 S, Range
. I 28 E.Ko..
25, of September 4, 1933;
" ( r N% of SE'/i of NEV4 of SE i
-:: Section! 17, Township 43 S, Range
': !
.' 28. E.No. .
..' 62 of September 7, 1936:
,, E'!, of NE'i & NJ of NE>4 of
,:..- SEU Section 17, Township 43 S,
.-....' Range 28 E.
No. 39, of September 5, 1932;
W% of SW% & NE i of SW%
Section 18, Township 43 S, Range
28 E. '
u yWe'd No. 52, of September 7, 1931;
S1 of NEU Section 18, Town-
ship 43 S, Range 28 E.
No. 53, of September 7, 1931;
Gov. Lots 1, 2, 3 & NW% of SE'/i
,:.:':> Section 19, Township 43 S, Range
} .> 28 E:
No. 131, of August I, 1927; E1!!
of Eifc Lot 2 and E% of SEA of
NWJ/4 & Beginning center of Sec-
l .- tion; E 59 yards, to creek, SW'ly
:. ,. -, along creek to river, W along O \ ,
.. ', /; : .-r: "J-"t.- .'.. river to pt. S of beginning, N to UR BUSINESS is ,dependent upon our I
1> ". beginning, Section 20,
'- -: Township
I ,.. '
f'F' }, : 43 S, Range 28 E. loyal friends who have favored in
::h<. ( -;;. No. 40, of September 5, 1932; many ways
: like very much to send each W;A: of SEVi of NW& Section 20, during the
':;; Township 43 S, Range 28 E. year.
.; ;. of you a gift to show our appreciation No. 130, of August 1, 1927; \V% It have teen '
a of EJ. Lot 2 and W% of SE',4 may through your'patronage. '
rf.:'.;:, ', ', and' of NWU Section 20, Township it have teen word of
:..';' '. of your friendship patron 43 S, Range 28 E. may through a kindly recommendation
,; :,; No. 129 of August 1, 1927;
",'20-! \;. age. during the year. iii W of W% Lot 2, Section 20, on your part. but in whatever way
, y..:;.'," ; 1ft Township 43 S, Range 28 E. :
; have
:' No. 207, of September 2, 1929; you favored w, we are grateful.
)J: As this is impossible, we take this:1'r Lot 10 Block 4, Luckey Sd.
No. 308, of September 7, 1931; It is our sincere and ardent wish that each of '
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n "/" ". opportunity to wish you all a very i ship 43 S, Range .30 E. you may receive the full blessings of a joyous
: : '. No. 252 of September 2, 1929;
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.', ,, Fletcher, E. A. Gerth, Peter Tonne-
;: '>: lier, H. B. Rowe, Geo. M. Hendry,
313-17 Datura Street West Palm Beach, Fla. fi Leroy Lamereaux, J. M. Maglll, W.
F. Daniel. Unless said certificates
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have had in the privilege of doing business with

r, you. May good luck attend your every wish

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the angel choir are heard members of this concern ',.
throughout* land, it is are grateful to you for the '"

time to pauseand count happy relationship we A I .

our blessings. They are have enjoyed the A
during 11's r adretor27otLr. otor t X Drs't t"ot:.iatr: cQir at dtiro't:Yo cc7t2t .7 ctyr"a7 ct..Pr r ator o7 o7oY rh dret S u7ctir"ator d,AO} tor 7 c}o crt r7or aa"tz tn t"ab"t4o}
more numerous by far year, and pledge ourselves

than we had imagined, for to strive still more earnestly -
which we should be duly to deserve your : g43Ssts!
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during the rrrL thank and look forward to a continuance '-
past year. To each and ; you, we ,:

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., all of you, we wish the fulfilment ; \" .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'TAVELF- State Drainage Land Company, a corporation '
HENDRY glades Land Company; a corporation,
IN AND FOR each of said corporations having been .
COUNTY.IN. organized under the laws of the ,\
State of Colorado and dissolved under
CHANCERY. the laws of said State, and all unknown _
W. WHITEHURST, persons, or parties, claIming
GEORGE Complainant, through, or under or from said corporations
; The Scott Estate Com-
vsMARY)-LEE CARROLL, et al., pany, a limited liability Company of
GN j'r 1 Defendants. Kansas City, Missouri, the status of
which, after diligent search and Inquiry
ORDER OF PUBLICATION is unknown, and to all persons
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: interested in such organization, and
To the defendants herein: :Mary Lee all unknown persons, or parties,
r Carroll, c/o Brune Parker, Carey & claiming through, or under, or from
Gans, Baltimore, Maryland, and .- said Company.You .
\ Carroll, her husband and the unknown and each of you, and all
spouse of said Mary Lee parties having, or claiming to have
1 Carroll; Mrs. Frances Korns. Spirit any right, title, or interest in the
IofuLukfiae Lake, Iowa. and all parties claiming lands hereinafter described are hereby 9 S RSOn o ousREIGu .,.,..
Interests by, through. under or noticed that this cause as above
against F. R. Korns, deceased; entitled has been instituted in the
Florence Lester Lemper, 2546 Broadway above styled court for the purpose of
Dubuque, Iowa, and-Lemper, foreclosing tax liens on the follow- ., OF CHRISrmBS
her husband, and the unknown spouseof ing parcels and lots of land situatein
said Florence Lester Lemper; Hendry County, to-wit;
GREETINGSTO Jennie L. Sorber, Wilkinsburg, Penn- NW% and W'/j of NE i and
sylvania, and all parties claiming W% of SEi/i of Section 6; W% of
ALL OUR FRIENDS interests by, through, under, or SWU and % of NWV and E%
against M.: P. Sorber. deceased; Al- of NE% of SW% and SE% of
bert F. Regal. Taconite, Minnesota, SEU of Section 9; All Section "Reign of Christmas" is truly a reign of
and Regal, his wife, and the 10; All SectionlZ; All Section 17;
unknown spouse of the said Albert SE& of NE%. and NW4 of SE'A joy and happiness. We extend our cordial
F. Regal; Sppia Becker, Chicago, of Section 21: W& and SE& of
*We celebrate now the birth of Illinois, and Becker, her hus- wish that
Section 29: Wof NWT and happiness may "reign" in your
one who gave us the Sermon on band, and the unknown spouse of NE'of SEVi and E% of NW%
the said Sopia Becker; Euphemla A. of Section 33, all in Township home this Christmas and throughout the
the Mount, the keystone of whose Wheeler, Battle Creek, Michigan, and 46 South, Range 34 East.
Wheeler, her husband, and the
arch was the Injunction "Love unknown spouse of' the said EuphemiaA. You, and each, and all of you, and holiday season.
! Wheeler Elvira Princess Avery, all parties claiming an interest therein -
. ye one another. Upon this firm Galesburg, Illinois and Avery. are further notified and required And-please remember that we are
foundation all human friendshipis her husband, and the unknown spouseof to file with the Clerk of said Court
the said Elvira Princess Avery; your written appearance (personally always anxious to serve and are proudof
built. Frances McQuillen, 7305 Vinceinnes I or by attorney), in said suit on 4
Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, and Monday the 6th day of January, "
j We have been proud to count McQuillen, his wife, and the unknown A. D. 1942, and thereafter file with
said Clerk written defense, if corn-1
Francis ,
of the said
you among our loyal friends for McQuillen spouse; Otto A. Patzwald, whose any, to the bill of complaint in said I I
many years, and now renew our place of residence Is unknown, and suit at the time prescribed by law,
Patzwald, his wife, and the unknown or a decree will be entered againstyou
We also I I
pledge of friendship. I spouse of the said Otto A. default.It and. each and all of you by
take this opportunity to extendto Patzwald, and all parties claiming
interests by, through, under, or is further ordered that this
,you all good wishes for a Joyful against Otto A. Patzwald: Cora order of publication be published In CLEWISTON INN' a.JA .
Christmas and holiday season. French Williams and D. H. Williams the Clewiston News, a newspaper of I
her husband, whose place of general circulation in Hendry County,
residence is unknown,' and all parties Florida, once during each week for
I claiming interests by, through, under, four consecutive weeks preceeding
ClewistonFish or against the said Cora French Williams January 5, 1942.
and D. H. Williams; J. M. WITNESS my hand and seal of
Anderson and Ola Anderson, his wife, office at LaBelle, Florida this 4th
Honolulu T. H.; Marie A. Johnson, day of December, A. D. 1941.
Company whose place of residence is unknown,' (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL,
and Johnson, her husband, and Clerk Circuit Court," Hendry
the unknown spouse of the said I County, Florida.
Marie A. Johnson; The Florida Ct. Dec. 5-12-19-26 Jan. 2, 1942.

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hope in the heart, and This' is the season for Tis Christmas! Our thoughts Christmasl That glorious season of seasons which

Christmas trees glowing good cheer |revert from the complicated to draws the soul out of bondage In spite of bindingf

from windows and out of fateful the simple, from the cares of :f withes and cutting cords, enabling the spirit to
though 1941 has been. maturity to the carefree
doors.A of childhood from soar upwards whence the melody has descended!
thoughts the
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material to the spiritual. May that Peace of Spirit which is our divine heritage -
most appropriate peace in the hearts of \-0.
'Tis Christmas! .e to be yours in full measure this Yuletide season,
time to thank ;yon for men. May peace, be
count our many friends and recall I with all the material joys that make life abundantly

your patronage, and to yours always, is our the happy relationships we :

have had with them during the worth while.
wish you a Merry ChrIst- wish in appreciation of
year time to our .
mas and a Happy and your good will towardsus. gratitude and to wish all ourfriends : .,' *

Prosperous New Year. the choicest blessings! :?,t i.: f\ .. j;

the Yule season can bestow. ::.' :> :;.- .- J. B. PARKER, Inc.Fort 'L' "

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peace of ,
Spl1'ltj will enjoy the most bountiful .1
and gifts galore!
y i and happiest Christmas ever! l ;
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of thanks for your much
B the year, and look forward I

to a continuance of i appreciated patronage during. Ring out wild bells 'tis Christmas! Merry Christmas to all and a Happy

f our pleasant relationship.THOMPSON the year.LAKE. New Year, and as Tiny Tim observed. God bless us all-everyonel!

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iTransfer outline embroidery. Make the extra :c1
stampings this transfer will give you Into ,,1
I II gift sets. Send your order to: ;
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1--: Let a Star-Studded Ham Say 'Merry Christmas! Box 166-W AUNT MARTHA Kansas City, Mo. i

l (See Recipes Blow Enclose 15 cents for each pattern w

desired Pattern No...............
Deck the Table role in a moderate (350 degrees) owen 'i
30 to 35 minutes. Name .,.............................. ,

Greetings, homemakers! 'Baked Ham. Address ............................. :::

Here's my Christmas present to You can depend upon your holiday ,

you, a menu with recipes designedto dinner to go over if you serve, a a
and to Pleasing to the eye and the ..1
ring in the holiday season ham, glisteningand
pocketbook too is the
specially :
crown your table with luscious food, shimmering, \ designed Christmas-wrapped one- ,',
just wonderful to eat. The menu is baked in sweet, /:= 4 pound tin of George Washington
worked out in the best colors of the spicy juices. Wrap 1: ""'\ No. Z9376 Smoking Tobacco. Smokers who

season. the ham in clean appreciate quality will be delighted -
paper. cat performs above with a gift of this great American -
Place fat side up (fvwrapping corners for a gay tea cut plug tobacco, in its color
THIS WEEK'S MENU J ful holiday package with gift card
L on a rack in :.an 'h iotif. It's really not a very ,
F open pan. Use.no 'week he puts in-asleep all ready to be filled in. An idealsmoker's
Christmas Dinner'GrapefruitPersimmon water.. Bake in : : : flower the gift for the shopper
a a pot, watching
whose list is long and purse none
I i Salad slow oven. Hams drinking milk, etc.-but too full. Your dealer is featuring
Sweet French Dressing weighing 16 to 18 pounds require kitchen will welcome the it in his Christmas line.-Adv. t
f 4 to 4% hours baking; 12 to 15 he, gives to tea .
'Baked Ham 'Holiday
; Sauce pounds, 3% 'to 4 hours; 10 to 12 ,
c 'Virginia Cranberry Mold pounds, 3 to 3% hours; and 8 to 10 .
'Sweet Potato. Pone pounds, 2% to 3 hours. tea towel designs and the match-
Remove and all rind. Cover ,are on transfer Z9376, 15 ;
r 'Green Peas With Beets paper CONSTIPATIONSLOW
: Use a. bright plaid for the cat
Crescent Rolls with a glaze of pickled peach
juice or 1 cup honey and % cup or- YOU UP
L Olives Jelly
Celery ange marmalade, or 1 cup pureed worrying about what to When bowels are sluggish and you feel
Plum Pudding with Sauce Coffee apricots for extra special goodness.To man you know in the irritable, headachy and everything you
" 'Recipes GivenThere's make stars, cut slices of pineapple ''He's answered that do is an effort, do as millions: do-chew
and form into a star. Use a gift problem for you in FEEN-A-MINT laxative. Simply, the modern chew FEEN-A-chewinggum

maraschino cherry in center. Bake Metro.,7 of surveys made in MINT before you go to bed-sleep with-
' a touch of the traditionalin until brown (about 15 minutes) ina | and on shipboard. It's cig out being disturbed-next morning gentle'
the menu in the baked ham and hot (400 degrees) oven. and smoking tobacco first. thorough relief, helping you feel swell
cigarette is Camel. full of normal Try
sweet potato pone, topped off with again your pep.
and then there'sa 'Holiday Sauce. favorite among .smoking FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is bandy
the plum pudding,
For your masterpiece, the ham, is Prince Albert, the N a- and economical.A generous family supply
dash of in the cranberry
, serve a sauce that's rich and jewel- Joy Smoke, according to
: mold, the salad and its perky dressing red. Ladle it over the ham gener- sales records from service FEEN.A.MINTCOio.

.oJ and the holiday sauce. ously to bring out the best in the in the Army, Navy, Marine .
Whether you're welcoming your : and Coast Guard. Local
meat. Like all good things, the sauceis
sons from camp, are featuring Camels in Take the Day
a simple, good-tasting combina-
daughters of two gaily wrapped
your w tion. Melt 1 small glass of currant also tins and Cease to inquire what the,future
from c I| pound
make t hisolletheirge y jelly in double boiler, add 3 table- glass humidors of Prince has in store, and take as a gift
chili blend and Christmas for whatever the day brings forth.-
gala feast, for fI spoons sauce, serve as ideal gifts
hot. in the service.-Adv. Horace.
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ners are some- 'Green Peas With Beets.
' Bright red and touch in the ,
thing to cherish green ;, ,':;- i ; and remember. best tradition of Christmas, ,, is your ;:
beet and green peas vegetable com-
'Grapefruit-Persimmon Salad.
Be versatile with your grapefruit. bination. Boil the beets with two NOTHING V CHANGED TO r
sections then inches of their tops left on until tender -
f Peel, separate into CAMELS FOR MORE
25 35 minutes f/
to HITSmesror
: slip the thin peeling off the, sections depending on

r1lf./ being whole. careful Alternate to leave the sections the section of age and and size.remove Plunge skins.into Scoop cold water out I ;( QUITE LIKE A GW1EL )M MILDNESS. THERE'S LESS .

grapefruit with thin slices of persimmon center, add salt and butter. Just } THEY TASTE SO >fi8r; NICOTINE/ /N/ THE SMOKE x
! having the outside sections on before serving, heat beets, fill cen-
, top so the fruit together gives the ters with cooked, seasoned green GOOD 1Ii
, appearance of a mound. Use three peas, heated piping hot. ,
sections of grapefruit per serving. 'Virginia Cranberry Mold. I Yh
Lay this on a crisp bed of lettuce ,You'll want something tantalizingly I'
and serve with dressing. Avocadoand tart as foil to the bland sweetnessof
pink grapefruit sections may the ham. Here it is: ; J11tU:
also be used in this way. 1 17-ounce can cranberry sauce ;

'Sweet French Dressing. Juice of two oranges
Grated rind of 1
4 (For fruit salads) J orange
1 hot water
9 tablespoons oilI cup
3 packages gelatin '+
tablespoons powdered sugar ; I '
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h. :. Vz teaspoon salt Mash cranberry sauce fine; add
3 tablespoons paprika rind and orange juice. Dissolve gel- $
I % teaspoon Worcestershire sauce atin in hot water and add to first i :
; 4 tablespoons lemon juice mixture. Pour into molds and put
Set all ingredients in icebox for in cool place to set.LYNN >

three hours before mixing. Com
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oughly. Chill again in mason jar. SAYS:

Before using, let melt, then beat
:, until thick with wooden spoon. Few holidays can offer you the
same decorative
'Sweet Potato Pone. possibilities as
(Serves 6 to 8) Christmas season, so make the
most of the
evergreens, berries.
\ Delicately spiced, heart-warming
and gracious accompaniment to cones, candles, ornaments, and
" f-b. your dinner is
:', (%. this sweet potato Here are some centerpiece
pone. Satisfy your ideas which would be effective: % LESS NICOTINEthan
[ desire for sweet Use a green wreath on a mir
f I potatoes with I ror and fill with evergreen
i a' ham this new-old : branches dipped or sprayed with the average of the 4 other

-: o way. It's like white paint and place brightly est.seIJJn cigarettes tested-less than /
i f colored ornaments
Cgrandmother used or fruits
any of them-according to Independent
.. to make, homey, among the branches.
1 scientific tests of the smoke Itself t '
L 1" ; tasty, just won Surround candles with pine
derful food! branches and cones and have sev- '
21h cups grated raw sweet potato eral small silver bells around the ri
'h cup butter base of the centerpiece as though Cd 114
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", % cup sugar they came out of the branches. A
% cup
Make a gingerbread house, frost
1 teaspoon powdered ginger
with a thin powdered sugar icing
teaspoon mace
i/ and sprinkle with silver snow.
Grated rind of 1 orange
Set this on a mirror or surround
k Blend sugar and butter. Add with,,spruce or pine branches and .THE CIGARETTE 1
sweet potato and milk. Beat well, MQ
then add spices and orange rind. cones. OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS
Bake in a shallow, buttered I
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New Home Going Up Kiwanis: The Florida National Exhibitsvill holders who are qualified electors of January, 1942. 4
continue their efforts to "sell" residing Inthe' City of Clewiston The following persons have been
and this feature must participate. appointed to serve .as Inspectors oC
DriveJ. winter plan to
On Circle Only freeholders who are qualified Election and as Clerk of Election:
(Continued from page 1) attractive state exhibits at impor- electors residing In the City of Clew- Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Inspector :

Prewitt, S. L. Crochet, W. C. tant national conventions such as vote ibton,,at Florida said ,election.shall be That entitled for the to I H.Mrs.C. Keathley Avant, Inspector Bowden;, Inspector?;.

F. Tippey has begun the construction Owen, E. L. Stewart, Gratton the meeting of Agricultural Sec- purpose of registering those persons A. W. Lawrence, Clerk.

of a new five-room bun- George, H. P. Walker,' Ralph Bishop, retaries- in Columbia, the Sports- to who vote are In qualified said election to register, the registra-for and sion Done of the by order City of of Clewiston the City Commis-Florida,

galow on Circle Drive just east Jr., Joe Hall, Dick Hooks, Olin men's'Show in Boston and the tion books of the City of Clewiston this 9th day of December, 1941

of the R. Y. Patterson home for Waters, F. E. Conkling, Sherwood Florida State Fair in Tampa.IS hours will be from opened the 10th during day of usual December office, MW.City Clerk.. BIGG,

Mr. and' Mrs. E. H. Walston and Hall, Bud Price, Oliver Martinez, 1941, to and including the 3rd day 5t. Dec. 12-19-26, 1941 Jan. 2-9, 1942

completion is expected sometime in Dr. O. R. Rigby, Jimmy Wilson ,
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permit was
$4,000 home.
The main house' will be fiftyfivefeet 'Masons And Stars To

in width by 27 feet in depth I
and an adjoining garage will be Hold Joint InstallationMoore REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME:

located on the southwest corner.
The exterior finish is of 8-inch TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN;
interior is ( Haven Democrat) Notice is hereby given that the
the :
novelty sidingand of
undersigned, under the provisions
plaster. Floors are of hardwoodand The local Eastern Star Chapter Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida. ,
the roof is composition.A elected new officers for the comIng Acts of 1941, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
feature of the house is the :year at their regular meeting for Hendry' County, Florida upon
large living room and two spacious Tuesday night, and the local Masonic receipt of proof of publication of:
this notice, the fictitious name to-
bedrooms.. lodge, Moore Haven Lodge No. 61 wit:
F. and A. M., elected officers last TURNER ELECTRIC co.
under which we are engaged:: In busi-
Negro Shot At Bar Thursday night these officers 'to i ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the
be installed jointly on Tuesday parties interested in said businessare

In Harlem Quarters I night, December: 30. HARRY as follows II.: TURNER,
Officers elected. by the Eastern I). D. TURNER.
Star were: Mrs. Elsie Jordan, City of Clewiston, County Hendry' ,
Florida. December G, 1941. .
Worthy Matron; Mrs. Sarah Foun- No. 298-Dec. 12119-26 Jan. 2, 1942. .
old Harlem i.
Leroy Sasser, 30-year '
tain, Associate Matron; I. E. Scott,
is in a critical condition
Worthy Patron; Charles Pirkle,
from a gunshot wound inflicted by NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION IN 1
Elmer Whitfield, another negro at Associate. Patron; Mrs. Mollie TIlE CITY OF CLEWISTON, ltI u''' IIIIs.
Settle, Secretary: Mrs.. Caroline FLORIDAA m
the Whitfield Bar in Harlem Friday '
Bales, Treasurer; Mrs. Stella
night. A 45-caliber pistol is said to special municipal election will
have been used and Sasser was Pirkle, Conductress and Mrs. Willie be held in the City of _Clewiston, AIRCONDITIONED f o
Skinner, Associate Conductress. Florida, from seven o'clock A. :M..
struck in the stomach by the ofJanuary
until sundown on the 13th day
New officers of the Masonic
bullet. 1942, at the City Hall in
Lodge are: Vernon E. Bryant, the City of Clewiston, Florida, the
Whitfield is being held by Sheriff
voting place or precinct whereelec-
Worshipful Master; Carr Settle,
Bill Maddox in the Hendry County tions are usually held In said City,
Senior Warden; Mack Greene, at which election the freeholders who dm/o/ll '
jail at LaBelle on a charge of i
Junior Warden; W. L. Bellamy, are qualified electors residing
aggravated assault with intent to Clewiston, Florida, shall determine
commit murder and his bond'has Secretary and I. E. Scott, Trea- whether negotiable Electric and
surer. Water Revenue Certificates shall be
been set at 1000. The shootingis issued by the City of Clewiston, Dependable Service
said to have resulted from a Florida, in the amount of $175,000
for the purposes of paying the purchase Low
quarrel. Rules Are Given price of $125,000 for a water-
works system and an electric power
NEW "'. U. OPERATORMiss and light system, to be operated by

:Ann Wallace of Wildwoodhas For Blackout Driving system the City and of paying Clewiston the as cost a of single reconstructing Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

accepted a position in the local extending, enlarging or and the North.
Improving said electric and water
Western Union office as assistantto Tampa, Dec. 18-From -experience system in the amount of $50,000. NorthboundLv. I..

Mrs. J. M. Fountain, The Electric and Water Revenue
manager.She I gained by the Army at Fort
Certificates proposed to be Issued CANAL POINT .' 4.55AM 1:25: PM .
replaces Miss Iris Ford who Benning, the following rules have shall be dated the 1st day of January, Ar. TAMPA . 10:10 AM 6:55 PM Costs Less than
has gone to the Orlando office. been found to minimize and reduce 1942, shall bear interest at the rate Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM Driving:
of 4 per cent per annum payable Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50 AM 7:45 PM .. One Round
traffic accidents during blackouts, semi-annually, shall be payable sole- JACKSONVILLE .. ; 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip
stated Asher Frank, Director of ly from the revenues to be derived Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:59: AM MIAMI '
REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO the Florida Safety Council. from the operation of the electric Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE : $ 4:70 165: $ 300 8:50:
and water system to be acquired by
TO' WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: 1. When you first get in your the City, shall be secured by a pledgeof Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20: PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
and a lien or all revenues to be Ar.JACKSONVILLE 3:45 AM 9:15 AM, LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
Notice Is hereby given that the car, sit there a few minutes until derived from the operation of said ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
undersigned, under the provisions of you get your eyes accustomed to electric and water system subject DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLAHASSEE .- TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11,25
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida. the dark before starting. only to the expenses of operation and AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
Acts of 1941, will register with the maintenance thereof, and shall 'mature FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and 2. Drive only about 10 miles an as follows: MACON 7.25 13.05
for Hendry County, Florida upon hour. On bright moonlight nights An101mt' Date of Maturity Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45
receipt of proof of publication of : I _______ 1943
$3,000 January 1,
this notice, the fictitious name, to- drive little faster. 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85 .,
you can a 3,000 ._.. ..._.___ January 1, 1944 .1)
wit: Neighborhood Grocery and Hol- I Ar. 8:50 2:30AM NEW ORLEANS' 11.65 .21.00>
3. Do not pass traffic. A black- 3,000 ____.__ January 1, 1945 -
land Inn under which I am engagedin '4.000 _..._"_..._ January 1, 1946 CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
business at Clewiston. That the out is no time to' hurry and you 4,000 _______ January 1, 1947 Returning NEW YORK 15.85 28.55
party interested in said business is Lv. MIAMI . 10:00 AM 2:00 AM
may hit a pedestrian on the_ road. 4,000 _._m_.____ January 1, 1948
as follows: 5,000 _._______ January 1, 1949 Ar. CANAL POINT . [1:25 PM 4:55 AM
DELLA TOBIAS. 4. Keep about 150 feet from 5,000 ______. January 1, 1950
Florida City ,of December Clewiston.6, County 1941. Hendry, car in front of you. 5,000 _____,. January 1, 1951 DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE
6,000 1, 1952
I January
No. 293 4t. Dec. 7-14-21-28, 1941. 5. Use brakes as little as pos- : 6,000 ____.:..__._ January 1, 1953 PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
sible. They cause rear lights to 6,000 ____.__ January 1, 1954
i 7,000 : ____ January 1, 1955 .
.:N N:N:N.iN NON NMNN:..;NNNN N:NNN NON N:..:. flash on. 7,000 -_- _____ January 1, 1956 ---- CCf

It 6. In driving at night, do not 7,000 ____.__" January 1, 1957
at .8,000 _______._.:.-.__ January 1, 1958
m! ji gaze one spot. Gazing causes 8,000 ________...__.._.. January 1, 1959 : kt
drowsiness; ,shift :your gaze. 8,000 ___._____ January 1, '1960 : i
7. If intend to 10,000 ."____._..__,.__"_ January 1, 1961
;you stop wave
SAXTA CLAUS WAS* XOT 10,000 ______._ January 1, 1962
ORIGINALLY FAT AND HE your hand up and down. This can 10,000 __._____.._ January 1, '1963 & ta
HAD NO REINDEER be seen better'' than a still arm 11,000 ________.___. January 1, 1964 : : : -
11,000 .,_._____ January 1, 1965
In Holland "Saint .Nicholas" was swung out."More 12,000 __.__...:..___.. January 1, 1966 Li.I
austere and dignified as becamea people have been killedin 12,000 __'_"'"'__'_'_''' January 1, 1967
I The expediency and necessity for .
bishop and a saint. He rode England and wounded during
the issuance of said Electric and
abroad on a donkey, and still blackouts than have died thru Water Revenue Certificates has been
does in portions of Europe. In I bombing. determined by the City Commissionof
America he developed into the the City of Clewiston, Florida, bya
fat, jolly fellow all know "San Francisco had a blackoutDec. resolution duly passed and adopted,
we and by the' terms of said resolution
and love.v 1-"Story of Santa I 8 and there were hundreds of 'such Revenue Certificates shall not

Klaus"-Wm. S. Walsh. accidents and several ,killed", be issued unless and until ,the same

c..:..::: : : .. :..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I stated Frank. shall of have the votes been approved cast at said by a electionin majority ,

which a majority of the free- -

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y A-Cleaning and' dusting out the inside of your camera tors, Mix-Masters, Washing' Machines, Ironers and other appli-

B-Seeing that the lens is clean and"' free of fog or film rRc ances while they were still easy to secure. Now we can make

Rc ,C-Getting fresh film (we have NONE for sale) .
immediate delivery from .

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0 one block west of the Barney Thomas_ Gulf Service Station. FOUND ANY NUMBER OF GIFTS TO DELIGHT THE -

ic after 5:00 p. m. of any day in the week, will be checked and r I
cleaned without obligation or expense. K 1 .

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