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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME 13; NUMBER 9 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA,. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION$55.00 PER YEAR

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i ', BERNER PERFECTING RED CROSS DRIVE I Victory Book "CampaignIs Freeholders Approve


, <. Being Launched HereThe

I' AIR RAID WARDEN'S FOR WAR RELIEFPROGRESSES

county defense council is UtiLities

sponsoring a Victory Book Cam- City..Owned
: SET-UP FOR AREA NICELY
paign here and_ in LaBelle for

r"'" securing all available books for 0 -

.,;" distribution in the libraries aboard
; -< Vote Is 93.31
r. ;During the past week Carl The Red Cross drive for $1,000, ships and in the army training Observation Post Favoring

? .' Berner, Clewiston's Air Raid the Clewiston chapter's quota for

iA L b ,;. Warden, has'' taken steps to perfect the fifty million dollar -war relief camps.Mrs. W. L: Lott has been named Manned On WeekendOn Issuance Revenue

: fund, is now underwayand is pro- of the committee to
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-1 his air raid organization and at satisfactorily accord- chairman ;t : CertificatesA
gressing very handle the campaign in Clewistonand
J this time the system is practically orders from the Third Inter-
ing to Mrs. R. y Patterson, chapter L.V.. Turner is ,chairman in
complete. Results ,of the effort chairman. cepter Command, the Clewiston airplane -
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LaBell In the national drive the majority of the freeholdersof

= : .have been to make every citizen A large number of workers have Red Cross and the American Library manned observation the past week-end posts from were Clewiston expressed themselvesin

yyi '" 1 fully conscious of the danger 'from volunteered to help with the drive Association are joining. 10 o'clock Sunday morning until favor of municipally-owned

t .- 'air raids and to inspire in ,them and these workers have been as- Books will be collected at the 8:00 Tuesday morning. The i utilities Tuesday when they voted
X yyl : signed certain territory which they local library during hours,_ at the i
. 93-31 in favor of the issuance of
V the desire to cooperate in the program to' watches were in two hour shiftsof .
1 1 are expected thoroughly canvass Community ,Center'on Red Cross two men each. I revenue certificates for the pur-
:', to the fullest extent. during the campaign.No afternoons at the residence of W.
chase of the and water distribution -
t r No orders have yet been receivedfor power
Zone wardens have been named results of the drive forenoon except Sun-
: specific D. King any : a blackout trial but this is systems by the city com-

by Mr. Berner as follows: Mrs. I to date could be. given this week day, at the B. E. Nail residence in expected at any time.E. mission. '

.. E. C. Mills, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. but several of the workers reporta South Clewiston, at the home of M. Cornette has 'been namedas There were 183' voters qualifiedto

; H. C. Jones, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, very satisfactory response and it Mrs. Lott or a telephone call to chief of the air raid observation cast a ballot in the election and

*' f. for the city of Clewiston; Mrs, is believed that. the quota will be 96-2 will secure a messenger who posts succeeding C. H. Berner who 128 of these voted. The 93 of

W. A. Jones for the over-subscribed within a 'comparatively will be sent for any books whichone I
Barracks of
has taken on the responsibility these favoring the measure gavea
building; R. M. George for his' short time. may wish to donate. chief air raid warden.BishqpWilson slight majority of all the ,free-
'fiction of all kinds
rooming house; Mrs. C. L. Downs Books of are holders and a three-to-one majority -

for the Clewiston Inn; M. A. First Fatality At wanted and books on psychology, Begins among those casting a ballot.
aviation mathematics
salesmanship, ,
Thomas, John Lucaa and H. E.
The city commission will, in the

Trice for the Sugar House they Riddle Field TodayThe accounting crime detection, shorthand and, music other, sports such, New Bungalow Here 'very near future, arrange for the
being watch engineers on different issuance
r of the $175,000 in revenue
i shifts; Mrs. 'p.. E. Nail for Hooker's subjects will ,be welcome. No unbound certificates authorized by the elec-

Point; E., W. McLeod at Bear Beach first fatality at Riddle Field magazines are wanted and The Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company -' tion, $125,000 of which will be :used

Village, George Jones at Harlem I was, strangely enough, not a flier technical or scientific' books published -I' began the construction this for purchase of the plant and distribution -
and Olin Waters at Townsite Vill '' colored workman who earlier than 1935, are generally -
but a was week of a new five-story bungalowon systems of the Glades
of no use. Text books in pres-
y5: age. killed almost instantly shortly lot 10, block 207 at the west Power and Light Company and the
ent use in law and medical schoolsare
These several zone wardens are after eight o'clock this morning end of Pasadena Avenue. H. R. Glades Water Company, both sub-
wanted by boys who have had
I' selecting a corps of assistants and when he was run over by a loaded Hamlin is the contractor and the sidiaries of the Clewiston Realty
;.i'" : to leave evening school classes in
, .;:,., ., thoroughly familiarizing themselves marl truck being used in building design is similar to, the house recently and Development Corporation. The

: ', with every detail of the. zones which the road from the highway backto these ,subjects. completed by the company remaining $50,000 will be used for: .'
Residents should take an inven- '
:,: !:: they serve such as telephones, fire the camp. on' West Osceola. The house will expansion and service.
tory of their libraries soon as.
'._... hydrants and any other firefighting The man was a Clewiston negro, possible and pick out those tas volumes cost about 3500. The city 'is thus acquiring a
equipment in their particular Nathaniel Hunter, and is said to The' 'company also announces the I valuable power distribution system
which they wish to donate for the
,/ ,zone. A city ordinance is expect- have slipped when he attempted to sale of this recently completed and franchise at several thousand
'I ed to be passed which will assist hop on the running board of'the use of the boys in service. These home on West Osceola to MaldonS. dollars less than the appraised
should then be placed in Mrs. Lett'shands
1 in enforcing all blackouts and the moving truck, falling' beneath 'the Wright, manager of the Clewis- value given by a disinterested appraisal -
-\ will also select dual wheels of the heavilyloadedtruck. as soon as possible. who is movinghis
.J city auxiliary police ton Appliance Store company and a water plant

, .groups to serve during ''emergencies. family here from South Bay. and distribution system which is

.An effort will be made also to give An inquest was held as soon KIWANIS OFFICERS Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Durst have comparatively new and :janks high

1 ', ten hours instruction in ,first aid as the sheriff could be notified also purchased the home on Pasadena 'with 'any in the state.

11 .' :t. work to everyone possible and and a verdict of unavoidable accident Avenue in which they have By the issuance of revenue cer-

:,' 'f:.5 volunteers for these classes are is said to have" been re- ARE ]INSTALLED BYLIEUT.GOVERNOR been residing from the lumber company -, tificates the city commission is

.,' being asked to. register with their turned. thus ,able -to' acquire, and operate
.: respective zone wardens -
these without placing -
-businesjss
':iii'/i' :' +- ',i The Boy Scouts of th *iClgristonl:\' Clewiston Bank- -:..- -. American Legion( :'Held 'Continuid; on Page 4)

.1- troop and their scoutmaster have
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: volunteered a hundred per .cent to Reelects DirectorsThe
' Its Regular MeetingClewiston Thirteen Whites Go
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.; act as messengers to be assigned r The Kiwanis Club held a Ladies'

' : -: to zone wardens in event of em- Night at the Clewiston Inn on
To Miami For Exams
J ergency. annual stockholders meetingof Wednesday at which time the new American Legion Post "

(I''; An air raid warning system is the First Bank of Clewiston was officers of the club' were installed. No. 93 held its regular monthly
",,.: now being worked out with officialsof Herb Sawyer of Miami Thirteen
held new meeting on Tuesday night at the selectees, many of them
. Thursday evening, January8th
the United States Sugar ,Corporation Lieutenant Governor for this dis- already deferred in the past be- '

t.: ; the set of signals to, be and all directors were re- trict acted as installing officer and ,Inn with a good attendance.Carl cause of minor physical impairments -

:I: given on the sugar house whistle. elected for the' ensuing year: C. made a most interesting talk in Berner, air raid warden for were sent by the Hendry

'. : \ 'The national stapdard signal will V. Parkinson,. J.: S. Cottrell, ElbertL. which he stressed the timely workto Clewiston, made a splendid talk on County''draft board to Miami Tues-

be used and will also be given on, done service clubs and ,day for examination the ,',
Stewart: R. E. Kurtz and C. L. be by all the subject of defense' activities, by army

.-", the city siren. particularly the Kiwanis Club with particularly those involved in his board of examiners 'preparatory to
The American Legion has agreed Downs. its 114,000 members: in the United call for army service which is ex- ;.

'to form a bomb squad which will The present I officers were also .reelected States, -and Canada. particular section and was promised pected within sixty days by those
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"be given instructions soon in the : President' C. V. Parkinson The following officers were: installed full cooperation from the mem- who passed the examinations.The .

) handling of incendiary bombs, the ; vice-president, John,S. Cottrell; :, R. M. Bishop, President; bers of the Legion most of whom thirteen men who made the

' :recognition of different types of A., W. Lawrence, Secretary and I now acting insome capacityin trip were: Edward Ray Bass,
I are
cashier, Elbert L. Stewart, and :
gases and possibly the handling of W. A. Davis, G. E. Ethertou, Dr. also Vernon Gross, Jonah Eugene Good-
demolition'and time bombs. assistant!:: cashier, Frances Morgan. the program. Mr. Berner bread E. Sinclair Jr.
Knight ,
J. W. Ezelle, Hub Spooner, R. W. ,
Y s Mr. Berner, 'during the week, has The financial statement' of thebank's Turk, A. W. Sits and R. 'C. Wilson,. asked a donation to the Red Cross James Madison Winn and" John

made talks before large crowds in condition and the report of Directors.The war relief fund and was given Harold Ballard of Clewiston; Harnp

'j Harlem and at Hooker's Point Business for the year 1941- was club was' also treated to another $25.00 from the general fund. Dees, Odell Curry, Colbrit: W.

and has also addressed meetings splendid talk on "Foods ForDefense" Wooten, Wilson Woodrow Kirtland,
in de-
very encouraging. The directors I I The purchase of $200.00
of Boy Scouts and the American Robert Foreman Tillman, Carl Ed-
by P. O. Sampson of St. authorized
voted a 10 per cent dividend and fense bonds was also
Legion, in which he urged that win Malmberg of LaBelle and
1 Louis. .
\ increased! the surplus account, using a surplus which has existedfor
the matter of learning what to do Michael Alfred Murphy, Jr., a Belle
further strengthening the financial Members and' their wives at- some time in the community.
of vital impor-
J' in emergencies is Glade transfer.No .
/ rating of this local institution.As tending the affair .were Mr. and Christmas tree fund.
,: tance ,and while it is hoped that has yet been given on
, ) a means of furthering the defense Mrs. Hub Spooner, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Boy Scout Com- report
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; it won't happen here there is every the number of these who passed.
and effort of the government all E. M. Cornette, Mr. and Mrs. W. missioner, announced that a dinner
1 reason to believe that it can Nine were sent to Miamion
officers and directors pledged them-I W. Perry, Mr. and Mrs: G. E. would be held in connection with negroes

,,' v t .may happen, LDancers here. selves to purchase defense bonds Etherton, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. the.next Legion meeting at whichall Thursday, the names of whom
have not been learned.All .
- :. each month. The bank has defense Brown, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Turk, Legionnaires and their wives,

;ffy. Seek To bonds for sale and is encouragingthe Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mr. as well as Boy Scouts, Cubs, Scouters registrants are now handled

Clas's customers and the public and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr. and and parents of Scouts and Cubsof this way in order to avoid send-
ii them to induction centers and
, .i Start Here generally to buy them. Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mr.. and Mrs.H. the Glades-Hendry district would ing down.

R. Hall, Dr. J. W. Ezelle, J. G. be invited. This will be held on there having them turned
The local examiner merely scans
\ WPB Camera Club Niblack, A. W. Sias, C. A. Martinez, February 10 and it is expected
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Michael McSteen and William the registrant to ascertain any very
:Miss will be
W. A. Davis, M. C. Doke and J. that the Inn dining room
of the obvious reasons for his rejectionand
Martin, representatives
F. Tippey. crowded to capacity.Acuff's .
Arthur Murray School of Dancing To Visit ClewistonAbout then he is sent before the
Guests present were: Mr. and ':
complimentary trial board from thirty to sixty
will conduct a army
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Mrs. Herb Sawyer of Miami, Paul Show Here
lesson on Monday night at the days in advance of his prospective
0. Sampson of St. Louis, Mrs. K.
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Auditorium in an fifty men and women, call and if passed by them goes to
Company
Sugar members of the West Palm Beach S. Jackson of Ogden, N. C., Mr. and On February 4thR. formality.
effort to organize a dancing class camp without any more_
the residents of Clewiston.All Camera Club, headed by Dr. E. Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mr. and Mrs.M. .
among BUtcher their M. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. W. '
will visit
president,
who possibly be interested New
those At
may First Dance
class incited Clewiston a week from Sunday to C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Turk, Clewiston school
in such a are -
visit Bishop, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.\ W. C. this week that
to attend this demonstration. the sugar house and other principal announces I Auditorium Is PlannedThe
Mr. Martin is a specialist in the points of interest during thfe dayas Owen, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Roy Acuff and his .Smoky Mountain
Mr .and Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mr.: and show here on
rumba and the team is able to guests of the United States Sugar Boys will put on a
forms of ball Corporation and vie with one Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday night, February 4 at initial use of the new Sugar
teach all modern room
dancing.. They are located, at this another for attractive prizes for Foy Durrence, H.. T. Vaughn, E. the high school auditorium. Corporation auditorium at the new-

'time in West -Palm Beach and unless the best pictures made and entered E. Gross and Mrs.. Ruth Beardsley. This most popular of the many community center on Pacific Avenue
during the day. hill-billy bands is heard each Saturday will 'be a dance for all white em. r
class of at least twenty can '
be obtained a here they will be un- The group will have luncheon at Ornamental Lights night on the Grand 01' Opry ployees of the United States Sugar
the Inn and have been heard by Corporation, it was announced this
and during the day will 'program I
to Clewis-
able to make the trips
Around OfficeStakes -
vicepresident
,' Monday visit and take pictures of the sugar Sugar almost everyone. Their show was I week by Jay W. Moran,
{ .., ton weekly for the evening The'
house couple of years ago and and general manager.
both exterior and interior given here a
classes which are planned.
\ The trial lesson will be given scenes, plantation scenes, the cattle have been placed this played to a packed house for two dance will be held the latter partof

from 9:30 until '11:00 Monday project and other things of interestin week at points around the Sugar performances. It is assured that January on a date to be announced

the city of Clewiston. Office building where new orna- just as large a crowd will be pres- later.
evening.
The United States Sugar Cor' mental light fixtures will be set up ent for this coming show. The auditorium has been completed -

poration is offering cash prizes of very shortly. Regular street lights Mr. Turk announces admission at for some time but furnishingshave

: NEW PAINT JOB $15.00, $10.00and $5.00 for the will be used. 25c for children land' 50 cents for just been entirely Installed

'. three best pictures taken duringthe The lights will extend around the adults, this taking care of the recently. This dance will mark:

The Clewiston Motor Company day of suggested subjects and entire block with four located Federal tax Children over twelve the beginning, Mr. Moran ,states,

q building is getting a new coat t>f will also pay a dollar each for any along the front side, one at either must pay adult admission but pre- of the use of the hall ,for the l

paint this week which adds materially other prints which may be acceptable side of each entrance to the drive- school children will be admittedfree. recreation and relaxation of the '

to its appearance. way and at the sidewalk entrances. ........ I employees.'i"7 .._.......... .... .
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"'' .f Exclusive of conquered parts of The social leader, on the eve of AN 0 THE R information on various'subjects l? .;)ry

J China, which varies constantly, a dinner-party, warned her butleron ? .
Japan controls Far account to offer wine hMMMhe%. ,,t.. ,,. ".. -MMMMh _._.,_._._ _ 1 ..
I a Eastern empire no to Mrs. -- -- hhM 5-5. I S.( (' hhhhhhhM

"i that totals almost 900,000 Bjones, one of the guests. The Questions 7.. When were pheasants introduced

",.r'i square miles, although the area ;TAGE : SCREEN; i AD10 After the dinner, Mrs. Bjones in America?'

I'', of Japan proper is less than By VIRGINIA VALE remarked to her hostess: "I 1. In England what is meant bya
: I 150,000 square miles. Japanese should like to know why I was closed port? The Answers i
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
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\ territories include Korea, the ignored when the wine was 'being 2. The ancient Phoenicians livedin
t -1 southern half of the island of Sak- 1 MORGAN, the passed around." a country''now called what? 1. One situated upon a river. '
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halin, Formosa, and a' group of MICHELE actress who will "Oh," said the hostess, "I told 3. The hero in a picaresque nov- 2. Syria.
more than 1,400 islands in Oceania debutin the butler about that. I knew you el usually is what? 3. A rogue.
film
that formerly belonged to Ger- make her American had joined the Temperance 4. What is the function of a pic- 4. To excite the bull (a horse-
many. RKO's "Joan of Paris, will league." man with a lance).
ador in a bull fight?
1: Manchukuo, although not formally take to the South Seas in her,sec- "But," said the guest, "it was 5. Roughly, 10 to '1; that is, it ;
; 5. What is
the ratio of snow to
a part of the Japanese takes about 10 inches of
empire snow to
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measured in inches
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...; occupies parts of ,French IndoChina makes the South Seas unde- the reply, "but I knew you had. dency of the United States a man 6. ''Thirty-five.

I. and Inner Mongolia. sirable as a background for a pic- given up something." must be at least how old? 7. In 1790, by Richard Bache.
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THE CIJBW1STON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 194S
PAGE FOUR

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are materially increased so it looks and then a girl sang Miss Irman's country. May her column be COMUNITY CHURCH
The Clewiston News like sound judgment to reduce request number "Yours till the sweetened by recollections of her
E. B. Landis, pastor i
and stars have no glory". The message sojourn here. We'll miss her.
speeds now and'save' our cars 9:45, The 'Sunday School Classesfor
tires and lives as long as possible. had to be relayed so many times
all. A welcome to all.
Published every Friday In Clewfston that it was past the Cadet's real AIR. AND MRS. MUMFORD HOSTSAT
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, After all forty miles an houris 11:00, Morning Worship. Sermon.
birthday when it was received; BRIDE'S DINNER TUESDAY
Tnc. a lot faster than you can go by the pastor.
but we'll wager that it was his
in a buggy pulled by; Old Dobbin. 5:00, The Royal Palm Society. -
happiest birthday greeting none- Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Mumford
KEATHLEY .BOAVDEX, Editor A cordial welcome is extended.. '
the-less. entertained with formal bride'sdinner'
a '
/
THE VOTE WAS "YES" to all.
*
at the Clewiston Inn Tues-
Entered as second class mail matter And Cupid's arrow struck againat day evening for their daughter .
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in Clewiston freeholders voted threeto FreeholdersContinued
Clewiston, Florida, ,under the Act of Riddle Field, so tomorrow'at Miss Eleanor Mumford, and her -
March 3, 1597.Subscription one on Tuesday in favor of the five o'clock George McClelland fiance Harley Allen Case. t
purchase of utilities by the com- and Miss Barbara French -
Chase
Covers ( from 1)
were laid at the large page
mission as we all felt that they will be married. Mr. Chase is
Rate $2.00 Per Year. utilities will round table, and white'' gladioli'were any burden whatsoever upon the' .
would and soon these ground instructor at the Field, and '
Advertising Rates On Application. begin to operate to the benefit of since time is the most essential used to form a centerpiece, taxpayers of the community as the
carrying. out a bridal motif. purchase price will be repaid only
resident.
the city and every element in the world to those' in ,
Guests were Miss Eleanor Mum from actual plant revenues. The-
Devoted to the advancement and wel- These freeholders not only votedin such lines of work, he could not
ford Miss
Marjorie Hamilton, Mrs. commission is
even hopeful that
and Hendry County. .
fare or Clewiston favor of a proposition which get away long enough to go to
Karl Humphrey Mrs. Edmund M.
the municipally-owned utilities will,
they feel is a sound business ven- Milwaukee for' the wedding. So
Blake, Harley A. Case, William N.
as they have in many places, take-
ture but they also 'voted their con- the bride came to Clewiston and
Lane, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, 'of share of
care a great city
: expense -
MEMBER 51.: .. fidence in the five city commissioners we have the opportunity to have
..- '. ', FLORIDA PRESS ..\ ATIONNAJIQWL \ \\ and the business acumen which another wedding in our midst. May Mr. and Mrs.' W.. E. Dilley and and even reduce the tax
EDITORIALXSSOOATION'1QU : Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt. burden.
0/ they have always shown in handl- the sun shine happily and Southern f
fact ------------- -
for the -- ------
ing city affairs. hospitality compensate

With these men on the commis- that the young couple are many __ __ c._ 0_ _. >__ _
A TIMELY SUGGESTION sion the voters feel that there is no I: miles. away from their pld friends. '- - -- .- -. -... -- -. -- -' -
*
chance of the venture proving any-

From one of our readers, H. C. thing but, a wise investment and There was a family sentiment

Kolstad, comes a suggestion whichwe one which will mean a saving to attached to some of the lovely CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
,
Eleanor Mumford wore at
feel is most timely and one every taxpayer in the years to things i
her wedding 'Wednesday. Her only
which should be acted upon withas come.
possible.The brother, Van, unable to leave school
little delay as
long enough to make the trip home LOAN ASSOCIATION
idea is to circulate a peti-
for the wedding, sent his sister a
tion among the drivers of the community N.N N:N N.N:NN.N:N:NN.N.N.NN:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:
lovely single strand of cultured STATEMENT
OF
(and 'others certainly not CONDITIONas
pearls and she chose to wear them
barred) in which the drivers RAMBLINGS with her wedding dress. The veil of December 31 1941
affixing their signatures would was Mrs.' Mumford's wedding veil ,

agree to keep their driving speedat By B. B. and Eleanor's wedding dress was ASSETS
or below forty miles an hour I -

during the tire and auto ration- .:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:+:..:..:"'..:. : talented fashioned fingers.by her Nearly mother's a score very First Mortgage Loans ..............................................$69,370.54 .

ing 'emergency. The petition would of brides have worn the orange Loans on Passbooks and Certificates NONE '
then be sent to our congressional This is the week that the little blossoms which ,fastened the veil. Other Loans NONE :
delegation with the hope that the god of love has been smiling downon
Mr. Mumford's mother, before Properties Sold on Contract NONE ,
plan might work out on a nationwide Clewiston. Over the air-waves '
her death a few years ago, designated Real Estate Owned and in Judgment NONE -
scale. I from Station WJNO in West Palm
two diamonds which she wish- Investments and Securities ...................................... 1,500.00
Some of us feel that forty milesan Beach came a birthday message
hour is too slow when we have Saturday afternoon for RAF cadet ed to be given Eleanor on her Cash on Hand and in Banks ...___.........._................. '2,181.40 il

become accustomed' to speeds of John E. Cowan. The message was wedding day. These were made Office Building and Equipment less Depreciation 67.56

sixty, seventy and even higher but from his sweetheart Marjorie T. into I a' lovely dinner ring which Deferred Char es_ and other Assets ........................ 58.05 I
given the bride Wednesday,
high speeds admittedly wear out' Irman of East, Croyden, Surrey, was TOTAL .__. ...............................................................73177.55
according to her grandmother'swishes.
tires and the car as well and, fora England. Miss .Irrnan didn't have

time at least, there will be no the opportunity to greet Cadet LIABILITIES

new cars or tires available. 'As Cowan personally but her messagewas The god of love and the god of Members Share m.......................................__..............$5 2,2 64.22 "
the tires thinner and the "All love and
get car relayed: my
luck have jointly smiled on Riddle Accounts Shares Pledged on Mortgage Accounts NONE
gets older the chances of accident thoughts for a happy birthday"; i
Field again, and that particularly Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank NONE' ; I

happy expression that Major Bur Borrowed Money NONE i

.... .. dick is wearing these days is over Loans in Process ........ .............................:_.'.......... \
N N N N :
1:N H N:N: : :N:N:N:N:N:H: :N:N: H 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:N:1:N N:N:M: -- 311.45
'
the news that his wife is 'on her Other Liabilities .....__......................................_.__..... 8.00 :

?: Report of condition of :: way from England to join him Specific Reserves ...................................................._ 138.19 I

: :i: here. And the WANTED URGENTLY General Reserves '................. >.............................._... 7,336.56

:_!:: First Bank of Clewistonof' ::_: house advertisement or apartment for that'a furnished Major Undivided Profits ..__........._....." .............................._ 13,119.13
:
( .. Burdick inserted in this week's TOTAL ''.' ...............__..........______.__....................._..:.$73,177.55:

: Clewistonin :;: News really means URGENTLY.
f .

: the State of Florida at the close of business :;: And the best of luck from a ,OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS .. t

';' I r. .:. desk in the Clewiston News officeto F. ;:DEANE DUFF, President J. M. COUSE, Vice-President ,

:: on December 31 1941 + a desk{ in the. Milledgeville, Ga., JAY W. MORAN, Treasurer W. C. OWEN, Secretary
'.' '
ASSETS News office where Florence Moran, E. E. KELLY, Director '

.'. newspaperwoman, is back at her
'J* Loans and discounts (Including $ No overdrafts) ........$146,488.11 .:. typewriter 'again after several
:X: United States Government obligations, direct and .3 months with us here in the sugar 1 i{ { ONM :.m J; 1 t' \

':. guaranteed .... .............................__....................... 80,100.00 :i: ,

g_ Obligations of States and political subdivisions ............ 17609.00 .:. ....NM.....'..N.......-.-...-..-.-..-..-...-..-..-..-.:..- .-...-...-NNN-...-. ......NNMN. .NN. .N....NNNNH. .. .......................'..f.,......NN'...'ANN. .'N....NN... . . . I
:X: Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve y : : : : : : : : : .: : : : : :..: : : : .....:...... ...... : : :..: : ...:.....:.: : :.. : : : :.r'v... .. .. ..
(. balances MNNNNN. .NN. .N. .NNMNN. . .NNNNN. . .NNN. .N.NNN. .NH. .HNN. . .NNNNH. . .N. ;MMMNNNNN. . .H.N. 1. .NNNNNHNN. . .N.N N I
and cash items in process of collection 279,707.98 :X: : :::
y: Bank premises owned $2,600.07, furniture and fixtures A .:..:" ...:.. !

:?: 796.93 .... .............................................=_......... 3,397.00 'iu. ":" s I
.{. (Bank premises owned are subject to' $ No. *.* ':' ':' i

*x* liens not assumed by bank) .:>. :::: '.. -l '. ;' 1't:;:

::: Real estate owned other than bank, premises ................ 3,282.79 'i' ; ... ., ...r;: : :\. : .,,. : j:
: ENJOY AN y : : I ..
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y Other'as'sets ..............u..u........................:....... .. 100.00 :Xv : +'i' 0' :': t ; 'I.' .' ;t. / < :

::i** TOTAL ASSETS .....................................................'....;...'..$5 3 0,684.88 *'**.*'* : i j{:> ;t k : >:; r U i

y LIABILITIES x ,'. : .:. :
';"i' ./' :7.ALL ELECTRIC : ..
y X .. ,>' t.. ,:..=w
y Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor- :A :: : <

:X: porations .__. ...................................._.................:.$358,839.97; 'i'; :ii::: -.. : .r /" :i::
,
y Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpora- :X:: .;..I. -" ,..':.. ..:

:X: tions .... ..........--........--...................-.............--...,.... 57.00 **' tv I-1cr'1'IE: : .0. .
'"' I >' I.. .t.
': Deposits' of United States Government (including postal y :

_. savings) .... ...?._...................___............................. 10,000.00 :X: '"" '. +.;.. .
y.: Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..__.............. 0 96,476.15 AA AV '" .
; Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) ......-. 2,605.34 yX ''h. .t..":.

TOTAL DEPOSITS __..........__............._..........467978.46 :X: ';','

:'?!:. Mortgages$ or None other on liens other, $ real None estate on bank premises and .*'x.* :yy';:":;:' Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant that :.s;.::.f.. '

*. Other liabilities Dividends payable ...........:........L........ 750.00 A : : \
TOTAL LIABILITIES. (not including subordinated *x* :;::;: takes care of both the work and the 'pleasures.of. the' :_;::;: ;

obligations shown below) ...................::............. 468,728.46 .!. :i::'?' home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- *:: ;

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ::. :: ly and 11 ':'j" ;
I : conomlca y. :tt?:
? Capital 15000.00 *!' : ':"i', .:..:. .: ;
y Surplus :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.?.:.:,::::::::::::::::::::::::: 30,000.00: : X :;::: One will toast 26 crunch slices of toast :: i ,

:y.: Undivided profits ................................................................ 16,956.42!) *!. i penny or :: ii

y TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................................... 61,956.42 {:::;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ** ;
:X: TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........530684.88 y ':".:' ....... J .1
A This bank's capital consists of common \ *x* :i:::;: your radio for most of day-and-ELECTRICITY >IS< :i::!: i
y stock with total par value of ........$ 15,000.00\ X: I Ii
.*:Ij*i** MEMORANDA V *|%* :i::: one thing that gets cheaper the, more of it that you use. :i::=: 1 j

A

I> Pledged 'assets (and securities loaned) (book value) : *x* :::: That is why it is to have and enjoy a home i: 1
y (a) U.. S. Government obligations,' direct and guaranteed; I:! so easy :::: '11

:y.i: pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities $ 54,500.00b .!' that is all electric and modern. _
A ( ) Other assets pledged to secure deposits and other *:': :::: :::: t J

;j* liabilities (including notes and bills rediscounted $. 'i"i' .:..t. : .
:X: and securities sold under repurchase agree- y. 't" :" .:..t. .

.;. went .... ...........--...--......-....-.............-..............,..... 12,000.00 *i?. M ,
.** (e) TOTAL: .... .__...:....?...............-....................-............$ 66,500.00 :$:: 'i" :' .:..t. '
:;,* Secured and preferred liabilities: 'i'j: :;:: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- 3:t ,. J;
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(a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to requirements -. :X; :

X of law ........_........___................__........$ 66,500.00 .* :
A (d) Deposits preferred 'under provisions of law not '*:

secured by pledge of assets ............................$. 66,500.00 :X:: :;::: :
X: (a) On date of report the required legal reserve against .*., ':' : ) '''.'' I
A. deposits of this bank was ................................$ 93,595.69 *J, '.:.".:.'. :.1 I
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': Assets reported above which were eligible as legal : ':"i' .:..:. I
! X: amounted to __...:...................................................$359,807.98 :.J? J I
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:A I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do *;. ... : .: .
<. solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully *.$. .:...t... ." _.t. {'
*x* and correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein .!. .:.,:. .... .
t*: contained and set forth, to the best of. my' knowledge and 'belief. *!J Jy 'i'i:: .t..t. _

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1 I Mrs. J. E. Edwards and Mrs. H. annually by the Society to mission

, j: I W. Holland, who were called to Case-Mumford Nuptials AreSolemniZed hospitals in the Philippines and.:

' r Clewiston by the death of their Puerto Rico had been sent.

Personals j l sister, Mrs. A. O. Ward, left over ,:
the week-end for their homes in On Wednesday Attending the meeting were Mrs. 'j

Jacksonville. Mr. Ward accom- I J. H. Doty, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle.

Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. H. C. Jones; i',
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panied them and is remaining for
I Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. J. G. Nib-.
> :Mrs. G. B. Thomas, :Mary Louise a few days with relatives there. Miss Eleanor Blake Mumford, in Chicago, serving as receptionistfor lack, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. J. F, '1

Thomas and Pat Bailey were visitors daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. NicholasVan a large publishing house. Morrison, Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs. ';

I. Saturday in West Palm Beach. Mr. and_ :Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Slyck Mumford became the Mr. Case is the son of Mr. and G. H. Brown, Mrs. F. E. Conkling 1 111rs.

:-- Mr. and Mrs. James L. Whitaker bride of Harley Allen Case of Mrs. Harold M. Case of Fort Atkinson C. W. Fuller, Mrs. W. L. Lott,. i
accompanied by their mother, Mrs. Evanston Illinois in Wisconsin and
an impressive graduatedfrom
I l1\1rs.
Mrs. R. Y. ,Patterson and Bob Wylie, Miss Barbara French, 1
Patterson were business visitors in L. A. O'Steen of Fort Myers, were ceremony in the Clewiston Community the University of Nebraska in 'I and Dr. and Mrs E. B. Landis. .
in Fort Pierce Friday to attend Church Wednesday after- 1935. He has a responsible posi- i
'West Palm Beach
Saturday.
,. i the wedding of their brother, O. noon at four. tion with Montgomery Ward and "
---- CARD OF
L. O'Steen to Miss Katherine God- The altar of the church was Company in' Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. THANKSWe
:Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hendry frey. The bride is' the daughterof banked with branches of Case will reside! in Evanston, a '
i. of Fort Myers were business visitors and green wish to thank the many,
Mrs. Stuart Godfrey the lateR. Chicago suburb.
Clewiston shrubbery and green palms, formeda friends for their
in Monday. kind expressions
of Fort Pierce.
Wilson Godfrey, ,
background against which the
of
,- --' The wedding took place in St. wedding party stood. There were MISS ,MUMFORD HONOREE AT love and sympathy during our '
recent bereavement.
,', Mrs. Gideon H. Brown spent Andrews' Episcopal Church with the BRIDGE TEA THURSDAY EVE May God'arichest
altar
f lighted\ tapers on and
!, : ,Thursday in Belle Glade visiting Rev. J. 'Mitchell Taylor, rector, standards of white' gladioli stoodat I, blessings' be with you aK

; Mrs. Herbert D. Beck. officiating, and was followed by a either ''side. Mrs. W. E. Dilley was hostess at ways. '..

reception in the Stuart Godfrey a bridge tea Thursday afternoon I Arthur O. Ward, Edwin '0.
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt played the
home.: complimenting Miss Eleanor Blake Ward, Mrs. Judson i ii
}< W. R. Page, Jr., of Okeechobee wedding music, using Kamenoi- Francis.

':" .. was a business visitor in Clewiston ostrow-Rubenstein as a preludeto Mumford, a bride-elect. The honoree Grace Ward, Mrs. J. E. Ed.
EDDIE MUSGRAVE'S 7TH was given a lovely compact ,as a
yesterday. the ceremony, the Bridal Chorus f wards, Mrs. H. W. Holland.
-1 S. ,. :. ." BIRTHDAY IS PARTY OCCASION, from LOhengrin-Wagner as ,pro- memento of the party. t

Mrs. C. D. Beatty and daughter, cessional and the Wedding March First prize at bridge; a silver GARDEN CLUB TO MEET

,,' ; Sylvia and Mrs. F. 'E. Chalker "were Mis. T. C. Musgrave entertainedwith I from Midsummer Night's Dream- broach, was won by Mrs. W. C.

: "'. visitors in Fort Myers Wednesday. an outdoor party at her home', Mendelssohn as recession Leibe- Owen; second prize, a box of stationery The January meeting of thE:
I :; yesterday afternoon celebrating the by Mrs.\ A. L. Hackett,
straum was played softly during the C Clewiston Garden Club will be held
'. 7th birthday of her son, Eddie. and cut prize, a linen handker-
: Dr. and Mrs.:. E. B. Landis spent ceremony. Thursday, January 15th at the
I': I Cleo: Scott and Mrs Evelyn Moon chief ''by Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. The
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.' a few days this week on a sightseeing First to enter the church were Community Center with Mrs. N. V.

; '.. trip to ,Miami and 'Key West. assisted Mrs. Musgrave in enter- the ushers, Nick Schiffli and Walter prizes and party appointments S. Mumford in charge of the pro..,
i/}:/:,: taining the children and in serving E. Vaughn in tropical white suits. carried out a patriotic motif and I gram. -
.' refreshments of ice cream and red, white and blue color scheme.
: .. Friends of Miss Marion Leydig The bride was attended by Miss I I
birthday cake. Balloons were .
Guests were Miss Mumford, Mrs.
I Marjorie Elizabeth Hamilton P.-T.A. TO MEET
regret that she is'still confined favors. I, of -
given as Mumford
Nicholas 'v. S. Mrs.
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Winnetka, Illinois, maid
to her home by illness. as of
,: I Invited to share Eddie's birthda'y honor. Anne Prewitt, daughter of Edmund M. Blake, Mrs. F. Deane The Parent-Teachers Association

Mrs. E. were Linda Lee, Sharon Cro- Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, as Duff, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. will hold a regular meeting in the

1 '=. Mrs. Carl Berner, C'I chet, Betty Young, Heather' Guthrie, flower girl, preceded the bride who M. 'M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C. Owen, high school auditorium next Tues
j : Mills and Bobby Berner- were Janice Magill Nancy Moon, Shirley Mrs. H. T. Vaughn Mrs. A. L.
,
'' .. entered on the arm of her fatherby day afternoon, January 20, at 3:30(
; -i. ; visitors in Fort Myers
ness Marshall, Joan Harris, Sue Corn- whom she was given' in marriage. Hackett, Miss Florence Moran Mrs. p. m.

'.f : : ,. day. .. '--I,I'f IMr. I ette, Patsy Meredith, Margery :. Florence Waldron, Mrs. R., N.
The Rev. Raymond A. Kurtz : -A
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"' Brown, Agnes Ann Hackett, Paul Smith and Mrs. Keathley Bowden.
':, ; and Mrs. Judson Francis Bowden, Howard Small, Ronald rector' of Holy Trinity Church, of WANTED URGENTLY
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'f i' and daughter, Mary Catherine, were West Palm Beach, performed the :>
Hare, Johnny Rodgers, Gene Beery, BAPTIST LADIES GROUP HOLDS
<' visitors in West Palm Beach Tues- Episcopal ring ceremony.
Bernie Thompson, David Crouch, PROGRAM MEETING TUESDAYThe CLEWISTON or District-Furnish
,x. The bride was radiantly beauti-
.1 'day. John Perry, Sammy Bishop, Robert ed house or apartment. Minimum
ful in her wedding of white
,, -- Dickson, James _'Harris, Turner gown Womans Missionary Society ,2 bedrooms. Particulars to Squadron -

Mrs. L. R.' Oliphant, left Sunday Harris, Billy Blount, Ronald Taylor, slipper bouffant satin, made princess style held its regular business and pro- Leader Burdick, Clewiston,

',: for her, home in Marietta, Ga., after I Larry Tyson, Bobby Taylor, Jimmy with sleeves and deep gram meeting Tuesday afternoonat Inn.
", visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson sweetheart neck ling. Her veil of
... Waters, Wayne King, Gene Fuller, the First Baptist Church with
,". ', : for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. I Joe De Valcourt, and George Ann tulle; was the one worn, by her Mrs. M. C. Vowell, president. in "
: Wilson accompanied her to West Suggs. mother at her own wedding and charge.

Palm Beach on the way home. I reached the end of the long train.It '
. The meeting opened with the
1 __ JOHNNY' BURSON
T : T was caught to her hair with a
: i"MRS MINER WINS FIRST PRIZE singing of "The Light Of The WorldIs
Miss tiara of rose-point: lace
Mrs. C. L. Moran and edged with
? 'AT BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. Jesus". Mrs., 'Vowell gave a
the blossoms Shoemaker
I Expert
Kathryn 'Moran are leaving Sunday orange which were
.", splendid talk on "The Watchword".
for their ,home in Milledgeville, Ga., Ruth Wilcox entertainedher first used by the bride's great
'next door to Service
The was presented by Nowling's
program
: .. ; after spending several months here grandmother and have adorned
her home Wednesday
I bridge club at -
members of the 'Mary ,Ellen Dozier Station)
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,"'i) with Jay W. Moran at the Clewis- night. First prize was four generations of brides in the'
Circle. Those taking part were
ton Inn Apartments. family. She carried a shower Good AVork-Prompt Service
won by Mrs. C. E. Miner and :
Mrs. R. J. Blount Mrs. W. F.
bouquet of bride's'roses
second by Mrs. P. M.! McIntyre. and tube Nail, Mrs. Jack Himrod, Mrs. C.
.',- :, ; ,, Mr. and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant roses. Her only ornament was a .
Fruit cake, nuts and coffee were M., Allen, Mrs. W. T.' Wheeless,
and Mrs. Stafford Beach of Palm strand of cultured pearls, a weddinggift
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t- served to Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. Harry Phillips.
Beach visited their daughter, Mrs. of her brother, Van. Johnson's Fish
; CampNear
Mrs. C., E. Miner, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre -
.\ F. Deane Duff,._ Wednesdayv They;; Miss Hamilton wore, a gown"of Others attending.ere; Mrs.
.:' > Mrs. G. 'H: Small, Mrs.;-Ruth Vernon Mrs. E. M.\ Corn- ( Hurricane Gate) I
i I ...', were guests at the Case_-Mumford'e yellow chiffon, made with full skirt, Bryant, I
e wedding at the Community church. B. Owens, Miss Evelyn Burhans shirred bodice and puffed sleeves. ette, ,Mrs. H. K. Davis, Mrs. J. H. : Clewiston, Fla.

"" and Mrs. C. E. Berner.FrenchChase. She wore a matching hat and Davis, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. Boats and Motors-Guide Service

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Voit of Buffalo, carried an arm bouquet of, Talis- Alex McGowan, Mrs. Clarence R. Rates ReasonableW.

2', "' New York spent a few days here man roses. The flower girl wore Krueger, Mrs. W. G. Mathis, Mrs.J. H. Johnson, Mgr.CLEWISTON j

this week ,as guests 'of Mr. 'and apricot point d'esprit, made over T. Paul, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle: :Mrs.

Mrs. A. R. Brink. Mrs. Brink and taffeta and carried a nosegay of, W. W. Perry, Mrs.' Fred Topper,

'.; Mrs. Voit are spending a week in Miss Barbara French, daughterof yellow roses. Mrs. C. Waters. There were two

Miami while +\Ir. Voit returns to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Osborne i The groom was attended by Wil- visitors, and three new members, !

New York' on a business trip.Mr. French, of Milwaukee, and GeorgeF. liam N. Lane, of Evanston, Illinois. Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. W: C. Rainey, TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP

I' McClellan ,Chase, will be marriedin Immediately after the and Mrs. Burke ,were added to the ,
ceremony,
and Mrs. S. L. Crochet and the Community Church Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Mumford entertainedwith roll. Anything in Plumbing Fixtures

:, '.: daughter, Sharon, have returned day, January 17th at five o'clock.Dr. a reception at the Clewiston PLANS Prompt,. Efficient Service

.. from a two weeks' visit 'with rela- Edward Bryant Landis will Inn. The bride and groom received LADIES AID SOCIETY
.' SPAGHETTI SUPPER FEB. 12TH PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
vti in Louisiana. They visited Mr. perform the ceremony and all ,congratulations on the terrace,

; .: Crochet's father, C. Crochet, ini' friends of the young couple are where white gladioli and palms e
The Ladies Aid Society held its
Jeanerette, and his, sister, Mrs: invited to attend. were used in decorating. The bride's
'' regular meeting at the
January
: '., 'August Sanders, in New Orleans. Mr. Chase is the son of Mr. and table, covered with lace, held a
home of Mrs. G. H. Brown Thurs-
Mrs. Waller Carson of Milwaukeeand tall wedding cake with a miniature
day afternoon with, Mrs. W. H. & FosterPAINT
Mrs. E. 11.Blake left Thursdayfor has resided in Clewiston for II I I bride and groom, and was decorated .. Ehney''
... Lanier presiding. A splendid pro
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her home in Asheville North j I _.with low
the past few months. He is one ,i a arrangement of CONTRACTORS
was presented by Mrs.' C. W.
/' Carolina, after spending a few of the ground instructors at Riddle white gladioli. Candlelight ast_ .a gram Fuller. Sprayer For Furniture Painting

months here with her daughter, 1IcKay'Aero College. Miss French soft glow over the scene. I Floor Sanding

Mrs. Nicholas Van Slyck Mumford arrived from Milwaukee two weeks Pouring were :Mrs. F. Deane During the business meeting, I Phone 69 Free EstimatesJ.

.y and Mr. Mumford. Mrs. W. C.i J ago, and was joined this week by Duff, Mrs. Stafford Beach, Mrs. R. Mrs. J. W.' Ezelle reported for the i

Owen and Mrs. F. Deane Duff accompanied her mother, Mrs. L. O. French, and Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, 'committee which had been named

\ her to West Palm Beach [fl i her sister, Miss Jean French, who Mrs. O. F. Schiffli 'and Mrs. E. 'L. to plan a benefit for the Society.
The committee recommended a
to board. train. I came down for the wedding. Stewart.

___ ___. _______________ I I Out-of-town guests attending the spaghetti supper and it was decided IVJ. COUSECounselor

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\ .'. Karl Humphrey, Providence, Rhode at the Community Attorney at

+ Island, aunt of the bride; Mrs. Mrs. G. H. Brown was appointed Hopkins Building

< Edmund M. Blake, Asheville North chairman and Mrs. C. W.: Fuller co-
IVednesdnjs; and Saturdays
Carolina, grandmother of the bride; chairman of the supper committee.Mrs. .
An Invitation F. E. Conkfing reportedthat 0:30 to 4:00
I Miss Lynn McCulluin, Chicago; Mr.
X and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant and the two hospital boxes 'sent ...... .

Mrs. Stafford Beach Palm Beach. .
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:_::- ; J .>' TO DANCE ..::.. was dressed in aqua crepe embroid-
y ered with rose beads. She wore a
y picture hat of aqua straw, and her Photo Finishing and Commercial =

f fJ'; corsage was of camellias. Mrs.,

Blake wore a black and white '

,- chiffon, and her corsage were tube 1 Photography '

: :_:. ':,< MONDAY, JANUARY 19TH : :: roses. Mrs. Humphrey's dress was %;: 24 HOUR SERVICE +

y t an aqua print and her flowers were
', : :: Clewiston Photographic Service ::
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::: :' FROM 9:30 TO 11:00 P. M. d: gardenias.
: .
\ :: ; the Mis. Duff wore a print dress of ,:i: 2 blocks north and 1 block west of '....
', : r at Sugar Company Auditorium :: I French blue with yellow accessories. 1;. Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station .;.

:r.5. Mrs. Patterson's outfit was A EDWARD B. SEEGERS :S:
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.:. .z. = The House With The Hod Roof
... ,. .ta.. '.:. wore blue crepe with blue accessories '..

'';:' ," I ...:.. I and lIrs.V.. C. Owen wore a l i' fi N.-

cherry crepe with matching jacket

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in white and Mis. Stewart wore ; I ..

.y:: blue with white accessories.Mr. ; :;_;: I Molasses-Fed Hamburgers :2:
'.. ''School of Dancing and Mrs. Case left after the ,
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.v': ; outfit was of beige crepe, trimmed y
Mil. WILLIAM MARTIN AND MISS MICHAEL McSTEEN *
.z. : with bands of brown velvet, and At Alderman's Sandwich ::
: -" ..:' :: Shop ::
:X: WHO WILL CONDUCT A COMPLIMENTARY her accessories were brown. She

.{.' TRIAL LESSON .:. I wore a single purple orchid. 'i;. Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week +
:: The bride is the only daughter
f' $i : THE PURPOSE IS TO FORM A CLASS IN ALL MODERN :f.: of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Van I Y. Taxi Service to Any Part of City at Reasonable Rates .y'z. .Zfy
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: Slyck Mumford, of Clewiston. She '
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I Food for Freedom I UNIFORM--------IMPROVED.-------M INTERNATIONAL I U1PAi1 ; > 1 i


SUNDAY _
LessonBy gtIy:
We all know the vital part ,that food plays in any war, and food i iI

can be expected to play the same role in our war with the Axis powers HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. I
na w brvR that it has played in all the wars of the world. Your farm can help, Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. The Hitch in It- 't!
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
BE EN says Secretary of Agriculture Claude R. Wickard to more than six "Marriage," says a writer, "is t

million U. farmers in urging them to produce more national defense the greatest university. Yes, a. i

Washington,.D. C. foods such as milk, meat, eggs and vegetables, as part of our new Lesson for, January 18 university where a man loses his''
AN INSIDE STORY Food for Freedom campaign. bachelor's degree without getting; i !

Here is the inside story on what .___...,_. .. .. ____ __ Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- his master's." '
happened in all the fuss and furore lected and copyrighted by International An honest face is an unmixed I
over the Free French seizure of the permission.Council of Religious Education; used by blessing. It gets its owner plagued l

two tiny North Atlantic islands of by confidence men. \ i
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St. PierreMiquelon.The JOHN THE BAPTIST AND JESUS A Delightful Subject- l
story illustrates a very im- ,
portant point: That U. S.-British for- i Igiflp I The ideal companion is the one I
d1
LESSON TEXT-Luke 3:1.6 15.17,21,22. t
who talks to about '
eign policy has got to pull closer to- you yourself.
GOLDEN TEXT-Thou art beloved
my (
gether in the future, and that state Son; in thee I am well pleased.-Luke 3:22. It might be possible for a man to writea
department officials might have sensible love letter but he seldom f

thought twice about slapping Brit- I : : does ,
ish policy in the face-especially at { I "A reed shaken with the wind?" ;

a time when Winston Churchill was No. "A man clothed in soft rai- \
.a .F ra .,5a yi + ment?" No. "A prophet? Yea, I TABLETS 20 a E
in the White House workingon 100 TABLE
sitting 5 35: AWORLD'S S
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say unto you, and more than a tU
plans for closer Anglo-American' T, ; ( "BU1 '
coordination.The S { kg YS>?:fi,,):, ;{ prophet. For this is he, of whom it t
crux of the situation was that is written, ,Behold, I send my mes- 3J ( I IIe

the radio stations on these two senger before thy face. Verily 1
French islands long have been sus- say unto you, Among them that are d'\' LARGEST '<.c ,I.
pected of giving information to born of women there hath not risen a p5p1 I los = :
Vichy-and then to Berlin-on Brit- greater than John the Baptist."

ish convoys crossing the North At- Such was the testimony of Jesus i
lantic; also on Britain-bound bombers (Matt. 11:7-11) about the man who Blessed by Doers
hopping off from Newfoundland. in our lesson of today bears his testimony -i The world is blessed most by

French fishing vessels from St. concerning Jesus.I. i men who do things, and not by \

Pierre-Miquelon cruise all over the 4 John: the Preacher of Repent- those who merely talk about them. \{

Newfoundland banks and are in an ance (vv. 1-3). -James Oliver. t

excellent position to observe Allied The times in which a man lives f fCONsiiPMION

activity in this vital part of the At- r ; : will often make or break' him. If

lantic. More recently, Nazi subma- times are dark' and difficult most
rines have been prowling closer to men submit to the burden of the day f

U. S. shores and it was suspected without protest or effort. But not so

they might be getting informationor Here is Secretary of Agriculture Claude R. Wickard. He practices "with John. The period in which he SLOW YOU UP f.

even supplies-from the fishing what he preaches by making out an AAA farm plan for his own Indiana lived is graphically brought beforeus .
When bowels are sluggish and you feel j
vessels.So the. British the nod to farm, showing how he will expand production of these foods in 1942. as we consider the'names of civil irritable, headachy and everything: you
gave and religious leaders mentioned in do is an effort, do as millions do-chew I
General DeGaulle to move into the ,, ., ., ..,. ,< ...,., ,, .,. ,,. .
"' = <.J :""' >< v v.< Jo."L" F' t"7 +bfS' ) > u;r.yM'7 ""W' Q ya vn:Y yxtwKriy verses 1 and 2. Tiberius Caesar, FEEN-A-MINT the modem chewing !
islands. In fact they even let his as- the emperor was virtual dictator, gum laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A. :
L c+2r ,
sociate; Vice Admiral Muselier, take xi;'., "talented, ambitious, cruel, licen- MINT before you go to bed-sleep with. .
out being:disturbed-next morning gentle ;
three French corvettes to do the tious, infamous, inhuman" (Van thorough relief, helping you feel swell
job. There was no great secret Doren). Pilate was the governor of again, full of-your normal pep. Try
about it, for Admiral Muselier Judea, who later condemned Jesusto FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is hand;
stopped in Canada to talk to Ca- the cross. Herod was a seducer and economical.generous family supply l

nadian Naval Minister Angus Mac- and murderer. Annas and Caiaphas FEEN-A-MINTlol

Donald, and also picked up some shared the infamy into which the
American newspaper men to wit- priesthood had fallen. i
ness the taking over .of the two is- .
God needed a man with a flam- Believe in Life
lands. ing message of judgment, and He To believe in immortality is one '

'SO-CALLED' FREE FRENCH had him ready out in the wilder- thing, but it is first needful to be- >>

However, on the morning Admiral ness, far from decadent Rome and lieve in life.-R. L. Stevenson.' ::1
Muselier the Free French
placed YN.NM1% ; {?y ra 'r:.g4'f'i4''rY 9 6 Q v: spiritually dead Jerusalem. 'Upon
flag on St. Pierre-Miquelon, Secre-
this man John came the message,
tary Hull, getting the news at his a word from God"Repent"whichstirred !
breakfast table, hurried to the state the whole countryside. But How To RelieveBronchitis
department and OK'd a scathing
he had
even a greater mission.II. .
statement, castigating the "socalled" -
John-the Forerunner of Jesus
Free French., i
(vv.?4-6). >
This upset the British considerably -
He identifies himself
humbly as
because
had been
they encour-
the voice .in the wilderness prophe- Creomulslon relieves promptly because i i
aging the French people to think of it goes right to the seat of the ,
sied Isaiah. His the
the Free French not as a "so-called" by was impor- trouble to help loosen and expel i
government, but as a governmentmore tant duty of preparing the way for germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
truly free and representative the coming of the Lord Jesus. soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
bronchial
"of the French people than Vichy. The picture is that of the prep- branes.Tell your druggist mucous to sell mem-youa

Also it upset the Jugoslavs, the aration for the coming of an orien- bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
tal monarch. When he "was aboutto must like the it
Dutch, the Greeks and a lot of oth- ..,. .... you way
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-w'r
:
;''' J; =Q '';';'; 4. :;; ; .A make a journey, a servant was quickly allays the cough or you are
"so-called"
er governments which to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
have been maintaining headquartersin i Perry Thompson gives his hogs extra rations of corn to help pro- sent before him to prepare the high- 4

London and have been calling vide plenty of pork, drawing on the huge reservoir of feed on handin way. Valleys needed to be filled, '
themselves the real governments of I the nation's "Ever-Normal. Granary." hills lowered, crooked places made for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis;
their countries-even though in I straight, rough ways made smooth.
exile. I Thus, before men would be readyto
.ry receive Christ moral obstacles Search Thyself.
However, Secretary Hull seemedto ry+:
be even more upset than the Brit- must be removed, men must repentof Search thy own heart; what I.:

ish. He had made a deal withVichy's their sins and turn from them" paineth thee in others in thyself'- I

Admiral Robert in Marti- (Erdman. ). may be.-J. G. Whittier.

nique a few days before, by which Isaiah says that "all flesh shall

Admiral Robert was to keep an eye see the salvation of God," some-

on St. Pierre-Miquelon. And he felt thing which God has made possi- BUNIDNSGet

this agreement should be kept. So, ble, but which we have not even yet

his Tennessee dander up, Mr. Hull Y' r,! tl 1S:(,.r" t) :9. fully carried out. The gospel is uni- this quick relief.Lifts
cabled U. S. Ambassador Winant in f v: y4r : versal in its character-for all man- shoe pressure, soothes

London to take up the matter with .r... "r'j.. ., kind. This prophetic word will, of cushions spot. Costa the but sensitive a trifle.Nation's I

the British government. ..larj course, have its complete fulfillment

Ambassador Winant,.in turn, wentto when the King comes to reign. Then I

Malcolm MacDonald, minister "they shall teach no more every ;. I
colonies, who was upset that the j kry+N i h man his neighbor, and every man
United States and Britain shouldbe yYfno i his brother, saying, Know the Lord: School I

working at cross-purposes, and I for they shall all know me, from The nation that has the schools 1
telephoned his friend Lord Beaver- the least of them to the greatestof has the future.-Bismarck. j jUOU

brook back in Washington to have them" ,(Jer. 31:34).

Churchill straighten the matter out HI. John-the Follower of Jesus
but there'* no way around that
with Roosevelt.By I (vv. 15-17).
if:you want to hold job. If you
that time Sam Reber, in the The humility of the man, his rec- '? do not get enough Vitamin Bl
state department, had telephoned R. ,r ognition of true greatness in Christ, w OR.a and Iron in your regular diet
E. Barclay of the British embassy iI.'f ;9 4 /! ? ,q/; his willingness to efface self, is seen and your appetite needs en-

wanting to know what the British x j. in the words of these verses and in TOO couragement try VINOL. Your
( druggist hoi this P 1 ea aa t-ts st-
were up to, and every AngloAmerican such other passages as John 1:29- ing tonic.
co-ordinator +4?, ,, y y 2r'F wrLY.Gf .
seemed to be in 30, where he directed his disciplesto HARD
% . . .
other ;:
every Anglo-American coordinator's ? ;.: !+ Jesus, whom they followed, and
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hair. I -- N.w(9.LaJG.4t?w.Ya.wc.Y.Y----- ,1iuaNwNaf4crwx.N xcwr (4oi w.v.aaroraurrTFarm John 3:26-30, where in response to

What the President said to his I! boys pitch in and help with milking and similar chores all the effort to make him jealous of PoorVorldlings
secretary of state is their secret, I the nation their strive increase Jesus because his (John's) disci- Much wealth, how little world-
over as fathers to dairy production
but in the end Mr. Hull adopted a ples followed Him, John replied, : lings can enjoy.Young.hstCOLDS.
milder tone toward the Free French "He. must increase, but I must de
and is working out a compromise crease." He was glad to be the '

agreement with the Canadians.The friend of the Bridegroom who rejoiced T
I,
crux of the controversy, of when the bridegroom 'came
course, is that Mr. Hull still be- (John 3:29). He declared himself !

lieves in appeasing Vichy, and the unworthy to loose the latchet of qu cki sc3c

British gave that up long ago. Christ's shoe (Luke 3:16). LIQUID '

The British say that General De- As he put himself in the back- TABLETS
Gaulle did most of the 666 SALVE
fighting for 5.j '
al i.. ground, John put Christ forward as NOSE DROPS
} the Allied cause in Syria, while COUCH PROPS
the one whose baptism would not bea
Vichy, in resisting, killed many Brit-
material element, water, indicat-
ish troops. So they are going to ing the inward change of repent-.
stick with DeGaulle.
ance, but would be with Holy Ghost
British But whichever side is right-the fire, cleansing and transforming life. ]
or Secretary Hull-it might BARGaiNSt.
pay to work out some teamwork in '.x However, the Christ who comes as .
advance. a Saviour to the repentant one,
comes also as the flaming fire of -that will save you many a
MERRY-GO-ROUND ;G'y ,eft Yd 9 xy judgment upon the impenitent. dollar will escape you if

Lend-lease officials were puzzledby > There is wheat and chaff in the you fail to read carefully and
a British request for "horn and S>yr/l"'s ,.Y f b 'r Riyx : g l J, world of men, and the fan of Christ regularly the advertising of

hoof meal" manufactured from dead ---h_ .!'.{__._d__ Na..S..--.W-,.",.---,"""" :....... will soon separate the wheat which local merchants It It It '
cattle-until they learned it was excellent goes into His eternal garner from i

for extinguishing incendiary 1-Cheese is one of the most popular of dairy products. Cheese factories I the chaff which He will burn with 1111\1 '
bombs. the U. S. are working overtime to supply the demand. unquenchable fire. THIS PAPERp / .1r





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and outline make these motifs;
INSTALLMENT ELEVENIng the bows would look well if ap.

: THE STORY SO FAR: Larry Cutter a contract providing that she may watching him. She cashed one of the pliqued.
\ itarUed pretty Jacqueline (Jack) Anthony continue live as she Is living for six bonds Larry had given her when her fa. S '
,. : public stenographer at the Hotel months, after which she could tear up ther-Vince Anthony, needed an opera. As Z9230 15 cents, you receive designsfor
Raynear, by telling her she could realize the contract. He gave her $10,000 as tion. After the operation, Larry drove '
the 7 tea towels and a matching
her globe-trotting ambitions by marrying surety. Jacqueline warned Larry when Jacqueline to see his former home. pan-
holder.. Send your order to:
him. They were married after sign- she learned that Detective Staples, was Now continue with the story. cc.W5p
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I ,Jacqueline's disappointment increased anger or hurt Which? All he "Don't you fret about that," Vince AUNT MARTHABox
1.;! when Larry showed no disposition was sure of was that she never had interrupted. "Cutter's all right, if __ 166.W Kansas City, Mo.
to converse about his former looked quite so adorable. Her answer -' I'm any judge. If he goes to any ,_;___ Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
4 home. He talked of inconsequential was.not what he expected. expense on my account, I can always -
matters until they were back in the "You have made me respect you, pay him back. After I get "CITUATIONS" are what these desired. Pattern No...............

.' city, when,he asked suddenly: Larry. But tonight ." this new idea of mine squared away, I.-, two: pups seem_ to get into Pattern No...........................
's "Did you finish scolding me? Wee "What about tonight?" 'obligation' will just be another wordin every day of the week. Embroider
have 't much time left now." "You've done your .best to tear the dictionary. We'll, be on our
"I think so," was the short an- things down. And I can't seem to do way around the world, Skipper. 7_" -
swe Larry was rather exasperating anything about it." Her hand was You'll see. It won't be long now!" i' I DELICIOUS QUICK EASY

at times. working at the door fastening. But. "No," Jacqueline said, more to
"Just wanted to be sure. I'm a her gaze did not falter. herself than Vince, "I don't think VanmpsI'W4
little afraid I may be letting myselfin "Look here, Jack!" Larry exclaimed it will be long now."
for another one now." almost roughly. "You're
PORKandBEANSupper
"What do you mean?" looking at all this the wrong way. CHAPTER IX
So- "I've been thinking a little about God knows I want to do everythingin
Mr. Anthony. He'll be coming out 'the world for you! And all I can That night ride in the country, 1" ; )1 : r

of the hospital soon. What are you do is run around the picture, nib- coupled with Vince's pleased deter- /
AS SERVED BY
planning?" bling at the edges. I can't come mination to cast his lot with Larry
"I don't know," Jacqueline an- into it so don't. grudge me that Cutter, brought Jacqueline to a care- IMJvsephineCulbeffsanFAMOUS
sweied helplessly. The mention of little." fully thought out conclusion. (
the problem drove everything else Once in the sanctuary of her Vince was old enough to know BRIDGE AUTHORITY
from her mind. apartment, Jacqueline dropped wea- what he was about, and so was she.
"You know ." Larry paused rily into a chair and thrust her hat Jacqueline had no one but herselfto BRIDGE SUPPER,

uncertainly. "I haven't ,a dad_ of from her head. blame ''for signing that contract. wtiti
my own. r could use one just now. She never had 'felt so helpless, so She had signed it, and her spirit of
':;: How are the chances of borrowing baffled. Checkmated at every turn fair play would not. allow her to ; wVift APPETIZER Relish Tray ChilI Savc
.. ,,. Vince?" of the game. Why did it have to break it before the end of the desig- :. Stuffed Cefery Carrot Strip
- ,:i "Borrow Vince?" Jacqueline'svoice be like, this? It all might have been nated six months. The paper stipu- Stuffed Egg end Pickle

betrayed her complete amaze- very beautiful very beautiful, lated that, as an evidence of good tIA& Van Camp
; ment. she whispered to" herself. It all faith, Larry was to give her that PORK and BEANS, BARBECUED
{ "That's right," was Larry's quiet might have been right, too. in- 'money. But the contract didn't say Baked Applet with Sauioge
E reply. stead of that hated contract with its that she had to accept it! If ,only Auorted Bridge Sandwiches
,' sordid provisions. She had sold her- she had. Pastel Frosted Cokes Coffe
.: "But what do you mean? never
self she had. Just for a fan- TRY IT-It's delicious Ask your grocer
: "Simple enough. When he gets That was at the bottom of all the
for details and
complete ,
".,. j--. out of that bed, he isn't going to cied security when there seemed humiliation she had suffered. Of recipes
Van Inc
writs
quantities or Camp
',. .' be able to do much for himself, in nothing secure. Security! Facing a course, if those bonds hadn't Indianapolis, Indiana. *
spite of what he thinks now. He's been available, she wouldn't have
going to need a good deal of care, known what to'do for Vince; but so 55;
rest, and proper food. All that sort ,much had happened since then.
I (
of thing. How is it going to fit into -'rpj What should she do-It all was :: ,
k' your picture?" ,such a muddle. / #

"I'll manage." = One thing was perfectly clear to I ,
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"Figure on giving up your j job?" -SE -Jacqueline now. As long as she had -.I ('-- :. '.' >-i-- '. "
.
"Oh, I can't do that now! But I I I'a' Larry's money in her possession, it t
might take a vacation until Vince is was going to play havoc with her ,,1 44iil/ 4
.. : able to look after himself." self-respect. If she 'returned it to ,,.' : ,44'
"If you keep him with you, that him, her conscience would ,be much :: "

; means a move, doesn't it?" more clear. _;__..4,_. -. ;tl: ,'. / .
.- : "Yes." Jacqueline did not succeed The whole thing must be figuredout I .
4
t in keeping the regret out of .. rather, carefully. :
her voice. Each time she thought ''Those nine bonds could be returned -
: of leaving that little apartment on /_ untouched. And most of the
Courtland street, a ,,lump came into \\ '_ cash received for the other, since
I. :; her throat. f" Larry had paid for thsurgeon-and
"I think that would be letting ---- the hospital bill. She would draw /
-
: yourself in for a lot of unnecessary out what was left and turn it backto Lh1 Y ) Li
.-: bother," Larry said. "I've a much Larry, then explain that she MRS. JOSEPHINE CULBERTSON solves the

better plan than that." 7QQQI"11 I", _ would reimburse him for what he I I bridg ,.suppel: problem in this smart and
:ti' "What is it?" Jacqueline resolved t had spent. pleasant way. Mrs; Josephine Culbertson
: to be on her guard. I- Arranging all these details revived -bridge authority and gracious hostess-
"There's a place up in the coun- her. spirits immeasurably. In a very S suggests this easy-to-prepare, delightful-tot:

try I know of it's a farm, in She never had felt so helpless, little while now, she would be free. C' ear answer to the bridge-supper problem;:
fact. Swell place for Vince. Lots of so baffled. She expected to have a chance to
-, L fresh air, eggs, milk and that sort deliver her invitation in person, but "A FEAST- FOR-TH E LEAST"-.
: of thing. Just what he needs while danger of being drawn into Larry did not call at the office. He
.. ;', : : he's recuperating." something. Anything seemed possible did manage to call.on Vince several The Restful Side affairs out of mind, and allow the
"It might be too expensive ." ,now! afternoons, however. You will succeed best when you I restful side "to live in your
Jacqueline hated to say that. Everything And here was Vince being drawn These visits were reported glee- put' the restless, anxious side of thoughts.-Margaret Stowe.
that happened now seemed into it, too. She had been foolish fully by the patient when his daughter -
.. :: to have its financial aspect. And enough to believe Lariy when he arrived after dinner. Jacqueline
: her own finances were so intolerably said that no one need ever know. owned to a feeling of genuine relief NOTHING AND
enmeshed in Larry's. There was a possibility that he had that she would not be obligedto _J I I CAMELS HAVEMILDNESS
"Dirt cheap," Larry insisted eas- taken Vince into his confidence in move from Courtland street. But EVER TASTES THE

.' ?. ily. "They don't know about city order to tighten his hold on her. No! that was quickly overshadowed by Q.UITE so GOOD -mAT COUNTS-

.: prices up there." She wouldn't believe that. Not yet. something very much like resent- AS A CAMEL. ,.' -., .
"I'm not going to be separated Nevertheless, she looked forward ment. c .LESS NICOTINE
; again from Vince. He needs me." with fresh dismay to her visit to the To hear'Vince tell it, he and Lar- SUCH A RICH < F :' IN THE
"Then come with us." hospital the following evening. ry were looking forward to the stayon ROUNDFCAVOR SMOKE
"Us!" she echoed. Vince seemed in good spirits, sit- the farm with all the enthusiasmof
'_ \ "Yes. I'm thinking of going into ting up in bed smoking and coveringthe two boys on a holiday. Jacquelinewas
\ retirement for a while. That's what back of an old envelope with made painfully aware of ,the /
I meant about borrowing Vince, you figures and diagrams. fact that she was an outsider. Espe- f ,
see. I'd like him for company and "Vince," she began quietly, "why cially, when she was forced to write
well, I figure there are some didn't you tell me that Mr. Cutter Larry a note and ask him if it I ,
I things we can do together." wanted you ,to go to the country would be convenient to call at the
I "What sort of things?" Jacqueline.' with him? You remember you askedme apartment the following Thursday / \ F ,
asked quietly. to find an apartment so that we evening, at nine. < \
"I'm going in for some research," could live together again." He arrived ,on the stroke, so gen- I'3"
was Larry's sober reply. "I can use 'Vince wriggled uncomfortably and uinely delighted at the summons I ? r > :' I
the services of an inventor, when scratched his chin with the, pencil that Jack found her carefully pre-
your dad gets up and about. Incidentally stub before he spoke. .pared speech fading swiftly from M
I'm rather interested in "Well It was like this, Skip- her mind. She knew she dared not
that project he's working on. I thinkit per. He said he'd prefer to tell temporize with the situation and in-
has possibilities." you himself. Asked me not to say troduced the hated topic as promptly .
"Larry, you can't blame me if anything." as possible. : :

I form some opinions of my own. "But you're going with him?" "I can't help it, Larry," she in- sV&F
: I suppose it sounds silly, but I feel "Oh, sure! I think it will be great! sisted hurriedly; after she had out-
responsible for Vince." You see, Cutter thinks I'll be ableto lined her reasons.
"You think there is some danger do a little work for him and still She had expected that Larry would ;;

I of his becoming- involved." have time to go on with my'experi argue the matter coolly, or try to A "
"Perhaps. I don't want to hurt ments. When I get a little stronger, ride over her wishes in the rough- .'; -
\ your feelings after all you've I'll be able to make my own ex shod manner he occasionally adopted. ,- ,-
done.' But you must understand how penses. Of course I jumped at it. He did neither. Instead, he
I feel. If this is just another way I knew this business of mine here sat looking at her quietly through a
of being nice" to me it's rather was costing you plenty that is haze of pipe smoke. SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS
SMOKE
THE OF
:. intolerable. until I could pay you back. And I "Do you mind telling me .if you
Larry dropped his bantering tone. thought it would make it a lot easier have an idea that those bonds mightbe
"I still think it's a much better for you. I don't want to be a burden hot?" That was his unruffled re 28% LESS NICOTINE
plan," he continued imperturbably, ." sponse.
"than for you to leave your apart- "As if you could be! Wouldn't you "Hot?" Jacqueline queried with a than the average of the 4 other largest- '
ment and make Vince shift for him- rather be here with me, Vince?" A puzzled frown. tested less than ..
any -
selling cigarettes
self while you're at work. little note of entreaty crept into her "Stolen."
"You speak as if it were already voice. of them-according to Independent 1h4
"No! she denied, her cheeks
settled," was her sarcastic retort. "It wouldn't be fair to you," her flushing. There was nothing else to scientific tests of the smoke itself! '
"Oh, it really is. ,I put it up to father said decisively."But say, with Larry's dark eyes lookingat
.
Vince this afternoon. He's quite do you want to put yourself her that way. \ ,
keen. about it." under obligations to a stranger?" "Thanks. After all, I wouldn't S.
Jacqueline was making ready to Jacqueline hated herself for putting blame "
leave the car without another word it that But she had to find you.
way. "But you do understand, don't _
when Larry" spoke softly. out. "After all," she added, "we you?" She asked it almost in des- "i'"i'S.
"Jack? CAMEL
don't know much about
"Well?"' very Mr. peration. "You don't think I'm go-
Cutter. ing back on my word .?"
"Not mad with me, are you?" "I: figured knew him
..t' ", you pretty "Why, no. You wouldn't do that
The rays from ,a nearby street. 'w IlP' Vjnce looked. at her closely. Where is the filthy lucre?"
lamp fell full on her face. Larry ."But don't. He seems like a nice "Right here I'll get it." THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS
could see her dark eyes. wide with man ." (TO BE CONTINUED)




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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON ,NEWS FRIDAY
JANUARY
16, 1942


'Clewiston Federal Japs we can't, in Uncle Sam 4-318 b Wlh 'of NWU of Section 9, E% of NWtf Of 'Section 33,
I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I Township 46 South, Range 34 Township 46 South, Range 31 East:
we trust. (Publisher) East
; WVfc of NWM of Section 33
Gives 5% DividendDirectors 1JN I'I'ED STATES All of Section 10. Township 46 Township 46 South, Range 34 East, J
;
DEPARTMENT; OF TIlE INTERIOR South, Range 31 East; NEM.of of Section
** GENERAL LAND OFFICE at Washington All of Section 12r Township 46 Township 46 South, Range 31 East.33,
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? ] D. C. South, Range 34 East; The said lands above described will
of the Clewiston Federal DECEMBER 8, 1941. All of Section 17, Township 46 be offered for sale at said sale ac-
NOTICE is hereby given that Ray South, Range 34 East; cording to the description
-Seyings and Loan Association met C. Hull, of LaBelle, Florida, who mSEH of' NEU of Section 21, so that each body of land above embraced given
Wednesday afternoon and declar- on December 6, 1937, made Sec. 2289 Township 46 South, Range 34 East; in each separate description will bo
NOTICE R. S., Homestead Entry, No. G. L O. NW'/i of SEVi of Section 21. offered for sale
re d -ti five per cent dividend to all 06520, for SW'/i, Section 27 Town- Township 46 South, Range 34 East; other parcels.] separately from all
-stockholders for the last half of The annual meeting of the mem- ship 45 S., Range 32 E., Tali. Merid- Sgi4 of Section 29, Township I Purcnasei- pay for deed.
bers of the Clewiston Federal Savings ian, Florida has filed notice of Intention 46 South, Range 31 East,, H. A. RIDER,
1941.. and Loan Association will be to make three-year Proof, \V1h of Section 29, Township 46 Special Master in
Chancery.
The meeting of 'the stockholders held in the office of the Associationon to establish claim to the land above South, Range 34 East; 3t. Jan. 16-23-30) 1942.
Wednesday; afternoon, January 21, I described, before William T. Hull,
:and ,election of officers will be held 1942 at five o'clock for the purposeof I Clerk, Circuit Court, at LaBelle, ... _
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1att week. : Florida, on the 7th day of February,
1. Election of one director. 1942.
2. Review of the operations of Claimant names as witnesses:
the past year Stafford Luckey, Tom Guy. ,G. A.
3. Formulation of plans for the Hill L. M. Jennings, all of LaBelle,

IooLeW> ( > 4. Transacting ensuing year.: such other busi- Florida. JOEL DAVID WOLFSOHN,
ness as may properly come' .Assistant Commissioner orDec i./
before the meeting. Register. .
(Omitted last week) W. C. OWEN, ; 26, Jan. 2-9-16-23, 1942.
.Secretary.;
4TH ,GRADE JVJEWS 2t. Jan. 9-16,1942. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SAIE
E, J. Carbo of Donaldville, La.
member of' the 4th NOTICE is hereby given that under
is grade.
now a and
NOTICE OF AXXIIAL: MEETING 010'LJXDUU'XIns by virtue of the final decree of
OF SUGAULrAAD' foreclosure and sale rendered, in the .
5TH GRADE DRAINAGE DISTRICTNotice Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Hendry
The 5th grade has two new County, in a certain cause pending,
Jack Daughtery form West : is hereby; given that pursuant wherein George W. Whitehurst was ,
pupils: call of Board of Super- ,
to the Plaintiff and Mary Lee Carroll, et
,Palm Beach and Doris ,Hendry from visors of Sugarland Drainage District, al., were defendants, the undersigned
Bowling Green. the annual meeting of the landowners special Master appointed by the courtto I
of Sugarland Drainage Districtfor make sale of the property as direc-
the year 1942 will be held at the I ted in said decree, will offer for sale
6TH GRADE NEWS office of said District in the City and sell to the highest and best
Hall Building, at Clewiston, Hendry I bidder for cash, at the front door of
The 6th grade has!:! started. prac- County, Florida, Wednesday;)', ,Jan- the court house in the City; of La- L
ticing for air raid drills. uary28, 1942, at ten o'clock A. :M., Belle, Hendry County, Florida, on -
Eastern Standard Time, for the pur- Monday February 2, 1942, duringthe
We are trying to get everyone poses of: legal hours of sale, the following

in 'our room to buy Defense Stamps, 1. Electing one Supervisor for ,a County described, to-wit property; situate in Hendry

so we will be the first 100 percent term of three years. \V& of NE>4 of Section 5 Town Rth
2. Receiving annual reports, and ship 46 South, Range 34 fast;
room. taking such action with respect W'A of SEA of Section 5, Town-
We have a new'girl in our room; thereto as the landowners ship 46 South Range 34 East; I y fO .
determine and
; I
NW4 of Section 5, Township AIR
5ifary JDavison from Miami. She 3. Transacting such other busi- 46 South, Range 34 East; '
formerly attended South Side. ness as may come before the EV2 of NEii of SWn4 of Section
meeting. 9, Township 46 South, Range 34 COtJDITIONEDgomfrll J.
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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS East; .
PRESILMAX NEWS I SUGARLAND DRAINAGE Wof SW',4 of Section 9, Town-
DISTRICTBy ship 46 South, Range 34 East;
MARILYN DAVIS F. DEANE DUFF, SE'i ''of SEi of Section 9. lI
'rile Freshmen class has an im- President.2t. Township 46 South, Range 31
/ Jan. 9-16 1942. East;
"fcortant and dreaded event this

coming week: Exams which mean I Dependable Service -

si lot of hard studying.We N M NN N H N MNN N MN N N N N N N H N NN NNN, N N;. N M. N NNN, N I N N,

are also impressed with the Low Fares \

'idea of buying Defense Stamps and ..
Bonds. We hope everyone will do .,
as "Uncle Sam" asks; including :i. Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

you! and the North.

By he way a new romance between I! CLEWISTON 60LF Northbound

a Freshman girl and a Sophomore Lv. CANAL POINT . 4:55: AM 1:25 PM '
;; boy has sprung up. Couldgirl's Ar. TAMPA . 10:10 AM &:55 PM Costs Less than
. Driving
Ar. LAKELAND 9:10 AM 5:50: PM
xthe nickname be "Jenny"? Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50: AM 7:45 PM One Round
i Ar. JACKSONVILLE '. 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way, Trip
"THE YELLOW PERIL"By COURSE Ar. TALLAHASSEE .. 4:45 PM 12:59: 'AM
: MIAMI 5 1,65 3.00
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VALERIE HAYNES I ; Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25: PM : AM JACKSONVILLE 4.70 8.50 ;

1t was at Pearl Harbor one peaceful .: Lv. CANAL POINT .' 5:20 PM 11:25: PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
,Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND. 2.35 4.25
Sunday morn, '
c' ; ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
That a fleet of bombers from the DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVIllE, TALLA- TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25
.E'----..... HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY/ 4.95 8.95
in
sky appeared scorn.
fOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
They dove at the, innocent people MACON ; 7.25 13.05
.i' Southbound-GoIng VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45Lv.
with machine blast
gun :: CANAL POINT . 5:20: PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9,90 17.85
-.fcd tore loved ones apart where .' Ar. MIAMI .. . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00
dying words were their last. .:. .. CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
t Returning NEW. YORK. 15.85 28.5.' "
Some ran for shelter; others were
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Lv.MIAMI 10:00AM 2:00AM
left to die; Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
'Still some thought it to be a dreamor il Open to the Public

some bad lie. DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE

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The Japs that sneaked, up and ''

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home, Moderate Gree Fees ,
And pound the ships at sea into ,

foam? :: Exceptional Fairways ...
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"We are great and our strength they ,

cannot stand,
'For we shall always be free; we'llfight '

them back, we mstAnd I'

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