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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1945
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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\"OLtJ"J1E 16-NUMBEU 21 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, 'FEBRUARY' 2, '1945 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.50 PER YEAR

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: Kiwanis President ESCAPED GERMAN PW I St. Martin's Benefit
: : $208,000 FOR WORK POLIO DRIVE LIKELYTO
Dance
Instructs ChairmenOf Tomorrow Night


.< : ON LAKE PROJECT IS Committees CAPTURED SATURDAYBY I The benefit dance being sponsored BEAT ALL FORMER


R. C. Wilson, new president of BOYS' ALERTNESS by the ladies! of St. Martina I' DRIVES
) OKAYED BY SENATE the Kiwanis Club, instructed recently Episcopal Church for the benefit of IN COUNTY

), -' appointed committee chairmenin the church building fund is to take -

Included in the revamped Rivers their duties at the regular meet- A German prisoner of war, who place tomorrow: (Saturday) eveningat Although the "March of Dimes"

and: Harbor. Bill approved by the ing of the club at the Clewiston Inn escaped from the Liberty Point Sugarland Park Auditorium ,and campaign for donations to the nat-

; Senate Monday is an Item of $208- Wednesday evening.. camp around five ''o'clock Saturday ticket sales to date indicate that ional infantile paralysis fund of-

000 for work on the Caloosahatchee Committee chairmen had received morning, the third one in a week there will be., a nice crowd attend- ficially closed January 30, it will r
River and Lake Okeechobee Drain- letters of Instruction from Mr. Wil- and the fourth this month, was cap not be closed in Clewiston until

age project which will provide for son prior to the meeting.' These tured near Moore Haven shortly ing. after the "March of Dimes" danceto
".' the deepening of existing channelsin letters were then read for the bene after noon by Deputy Sheriff Lacy A good dance orchestra has been be held next Saturday night at

spots to provide for an eight-foot fit of committee, members and discussed Raulerson after an alarm had been obtained and ,two special dance con- Sugarlahd Park Auditorium and F.

depth from the Gulf to the Atlantic. at the meeting. sounded by two local boys 'who saw tests will be staged. One of these Deane Duff county chairman for

The house is expected to approve Visitors: present were: Bill Walker the man in a field near the highway will be a "jitterbug" contest and the drive believes that a record
"\ : the bill in its present form. and John Halsey of 'West, Palm bridge. all the youngsters are invited to will be set this year in donations to

:"f: A much bigger item, however, is Beach and Walter Pierce of Miami. The two boys, Raby 'Bowen and ),enter. Attractive prizes will be this fund.
,Charter night will be observedby awarded in each of these contests. It is probable that
the work to be done on a west coast Harry Langdale, were hunting rabbits the counter
'.' intracoastal waterway from the' Ca- the club next week. A special' in the field when they saw the The dance will begin at ten o'- r boxes will be left in business houses

;!<:,' loosahatchee River to the Anclote program has been arranged in celebration man and ,approached him. They clock and admission will be $1.G5 until after the dance and then a

d, River of 3200000. The East of the thirteenth birthdayof asked him some questions and he per couple and 1.10 for service check-up 'made to determine the ac-

,:,I: Coast intracoastal canal would also the club to which all charter ': refused to talk, continuing to back men. Tickets may be purchasedfrom tual amount raised in the county.

},' receive'$1,830,000 for work between members and past presidents, away from them so ,they could not any of the church ladies or at For the first time here the thea-

J't: Miami and Key West and almost whether still club members> or not, I I see the PW on the back of j his coat. the door tomorrow evening. tre has taken an active part in this

twelve millions for work between will be invited.Everglades. The boys reported the matter to campaign with the showing of the

Jacksonville and Miami. I Mrs. Langdale who immediately Greer Garson film, "The Miracle of

Although the controlling depth Stocked With telephoned to- town and gave, the Brownout Order Hickory" ,at each performance dur-

f of the cross-state waterway is now I alarm. r Effective Feb. 1 ing the past week. After each-showing -

F, y only six feet, engineers have long White-Tail Deer Deputy Raulerson, who was eating of the film a collection was

j contended: that in most places a far !I lunch at a cafe was the first one taken and this 'alone accounted for

1: _' greater depth than this is provided The rich hunting lands of the to arrive on the scene and had little The War Production Board has more' than eighty dollars at one per-

V\', -,' at present and only a comparative- Everglades now declared free of trouble in finding the prisoner a'nd announced, effective today, February formance, it is 'reported.
: will need relieving him of his only 1, a "brownout" order
6'h': small amount of work the cattle fever lick, is being restocked weapon pro
: ; ', to be done to drop ,this depth to with deer, ,according to I. a heavy'stick.. While Miss Ethel hibiting unessential lighting as one U. S. Army Nurse
;;',' eight feet.Young. I N. Kennedy, director of the Game Langdale held a gun on the man, phase of a fuel saving program.
.,.: -- and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Raulerson tied his hands and setoff Utilities Order U-0!) virtually elim- Corps Caring ForAmerica's "
: with him to the Liberty Point inates the use of electricity for out
45
who that
;.' People's Day stated Monday already
.',',: "' have been released< in Hendry and camp, delivering, this third prisonerof door advertising, ornamental and WoundedWhen

J Observed On Sunday Collier counties.For ,the week', for he was one of the display lighting. :

,:': :: the last three years the department trio which captured the two near This order applies to LaBelle, swell I the4 anniversary of the
Palmdale earlier in the week. 'I as the rest of 'the nation I U. S. Army Nurse Corps rolls
\,: Young People's Day was observed has been restocking areas
i The piisoner's Gott- J. A. Krug, chairman of the War around
name 2
p"; In the Clewiston Community Church I'I in ,Orange, Osceola, Highlands and was I on February the membersof
fried Pernult'and he was said to Production Board, said "It is esti- of all-important division! of the
Glades Counties. Of the six
the counties -
) ; last Sunday, January 28, at
in which tick infestation have been about nineteen years of mated that the order will{ save ap- Army will not be found celebrating.
;r:, morning worship hour.; The entireservice ws
;i{" was in charge of the Westminster fought, these four were the first to: age. I proximately 2,000,000 tons of coil They will be at their posts of dutyas
annually. This is about 10 usual .
per -caiing for America'swounded
'-k' the be declared ready several ago
Fellowship, young peo- years
!
t pIe's organization of the church, with I I for new deer. Since January 1 of cent of the 25,000,000 ton bituminous fighting men on farflungbattlefro'nts

:: '.' Sherwood Hall, president, leading. ,this year, Hendry and Collier counties FORMER RESIDENT IS II coal conservation gO'al. mentioned I ,' tending the needs of
James F.: director of the sick
by : 'Byrnes, and wounded soldiers now
7l:: The responsive reading was led by i have ,been declared suitablly,
:;:\ Edward Conkling, the Scripture lesson tick free ,to permit placement of War Mobilization and Reconversion, I hospitalized in the United States,
":'jo, was read by Frank Conkling, Jr. I deer. Prior to October 1944 the department HONORED AT NAVY on Jan. 10." Justice Byrnes had flying with the wounded: being' ,sent,
I icques d voluntary curtailment of home traVeling on hospital ships
: ,
; : The: theme for the day was "Since. acquired 225 deer which I
I I : unnecessary lighting, pending issu with battle'casualties and for
caring
7; this \\"e-re it, those counties :
Christ Is Lord. Talks given on ,Distributed ] "
a .? thence were < "c' -' -*_ described.above-.as..being-, tick free. BASE IN CALIFORNIAThe : .ance-'of: ; Order U-9. .. $4L,, ', ,"' 's-rtjAmiees al, :oard'7flCrJrtrir''tr.rt lS. 'f:"+ !" \
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: : f The ::blm applies ,tor ,. v' hit Major General Frederick E. Uhl;
T Since that time 161 more were purchased -
must' discovervhat is Godswill
"- "I
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;, 1 T. Outdoor advertising and outdoor 'I Commanding General, Fourth Service -
of which Hendry and Collier
; life and do it by Nor- ;
for ,
,r., my it ,
< Jean Potts. I counties received 45, ,and 101' following clipping from the, promotional lighting. .,I Command, today paid tribute to'
ma life time, I, went into Glades and Highlands base newspaper where she is now' ,2. Outdoor ,display lighting, except the 40,000 members of the Army
"I, must use my my my Nurse
I i counties.' Osceola and Orange, which employed will be of great interestto : where necessary for the con- i Corps:
God-given
a 'as
talents, and money
my : had previously' been gIven a total I the many friends in Clewiston of duct of the business of outdoor establishments. ."In their 44 years of devoted
Bartz.
jj trusts"I ,must by' foster Jeanne a oneness among I of 190!) deer, received:: 15 of ,the, ship :Mrs., Edith' Dilley. a former resident. I service, and ,especially in the rigors
ment. I The clipping was received by Mrs 3. Outdoor decorative and out-: of World War II, the Army Nurse
races, classes nations, cultures and 1
Canine Beiner' Virginiahitetaii deer are the J. E. Beardsley ,this week: I door ornamental lighting. Corps has earned the deep respect
faiths, by ; acquired I 4. Show ",'iudoI I lighting, except of the entire military community.
type purchased or otherwise ,
"I must! help in the worldwidetask During the past year, we have
4 where for interior illumination. I Wherever our forces have gone: ,
said. live deer I necessary
Kennedy Many were
of the church, by' Bruce attempted through the medium ('f
these skilled
r ; Beardsley.;: trapped in other parts of the country this, column to introduce to oar I 'I lowed. volunteers have fol-
'
And though it is their role
'; : "4)) Serving as ushers! were Jo Ann under Pittman-Robertson proj- I readers ,NAS women whose outstanding 5. Marquee lighting in excess nf
to follow rather than load let
I us
'' Crouch and Shiiiey Owen. ect and some were purchased out- attiibuteo warrant com 60 watts for each marquee.
: i
/ freely that there
acknowledge haveneve7
: right. With all six of the countiesnow ':
,":;(' mendation., Some have been notable G White way street lighting in
been miles
'' declared free of tick infestation .- ,,for their Wily to, unflinchingly excess;; of the ,amount ,determined by many between the
i World Day of Prayer it will be possible to rapidly face the to'l's of aa essential 1 local public authority to be necessary most distant outpost and the nearest -
I Army nurse: Their heroism
: Service At Community replenish the once bountiful supplyof job in spite of personal soriosv'j' inflicted for public safety. Bataau on
F, : deer, which had to' bo slain during by, war. Other? came to 7. ,Outdoor sign lighting, except I and Corregidor is now an

" I, Church Feb. 16th the, tick campaign, Kennedysaid. I these pages because; their col'irfulbackgrounds I for: I epic of American history. They
,1;':' II cared for the wounded under fire
\' I wade Interesting"copy" (a) Directional or identificationsigns
Hill 609.!
I I on They splashed ashore
', -
' I
; h I! required for fire and police
The World Day of Prayer which I I on the Anzio beachhead-and the
- '4 is observed the first Friday in Lent' AblingPirkleLAKE But as' we stand 'on the thres- I:'j protection, traffic ''control, transpor- I pink sands of Normandy. Today
had its beginnings in America In the hold of a new year in 'which we tation terminals or hospitals; or directional they'are behind every front and ineve.ry

year 1887 when Mrs. Darwin ..Tam'salled' WOPcTH-- Palms, fern, ; must summon more courage, and i iI or identification signs for I Army hospital. Over our
essential services
constantly strive to keep high' the I Ii any 'similar public
'all Presbyterian women to I miraculously speedy evacuation system -
white gladioli and lighted tapers i morale which will eventually' lead i the lighting of which is specifically
pray for their National Mission work I -in ambulances, hospital ships
decorated First Baptist Church for
,. on one, day. As the years passed; ; U5 to Victory; it seems fitti'ur' ; to certified to be necessary by local and transport planesArmy nurses
: the wedding Sunday, Jan. 21, of
Certification shall
however, other denominations joinedin I choose a "Woman of the Week"who I public authority., ride, sail and fly..
Miss Fay Davis Pirkle daughter of : bo made in writing to the appropriate -
her
is outstanding because oC their and
these prayers for our own country I "For energy courage
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Pirkle of
until it had become a nationwide : ability to aid NAS workers in finding electric supplier and need not for their repeated disregard of personal
Clewiston, formerly of Lake Worth, 1
I an be ,in any particular form.b .
observance.Later "the, blight side" during' era comfort and safety for theh'Z
and Glenn Henry Ailing, son of Mr.
it-- two Baptist women leaders in which happiness is an ,?luslt'ecommodity 1 ( ) Directional or identification immeasurable contribution to Uw
and Mrs. William II. Abling, of I.
;,;- took a ttrip around the world, find- Lake Worth. The Rev. U. E. Reid signs using not more than 60 watts morale of our fighting forces, the
ing that every land was like every officiated at the double ring cere- Popularity Is DeservedThat I per establishment, for doctors and 40,000 officers of the Army Nurse
other land-earth was simply one I woman is Mrs Edith Diiley, for hotels, and other public lodging Corps have won the admiration ,-
4. family They found the Christian mony. Civilian Personnel counselor for the'I establishments.Mr. and indeed the very real dependenceof
women of China, of India, of D1.1rmaI i Knight MacGregor, accompaniedby I Salvage and Reclamation bniHsnes: ; I Krug announced that Edward: the American, Army. For their

::4, '. of Japan, were already meeting' to I Miss Edna M., Wallace was vo- and, from what we've heard, hr Falck, director of the WPB's officeof important part in the Medical Department's -
pray for the. far more stupendous I cal soloist.marches The traditional wed- 'popularity with employees of that I' War Utilities, .will administer the magnificent record of
problems in their particular lands, ding were used. area is definitely deserved. : order. healing, saving the lives of 97 per
praying for power then going, out I Mrs. S.I.. Eurgeiier, sister of the Last April when the I' The order is efective throughoutthe cent of all our wounded men, they

,'' in the strength of it to work against (j I bride, was matron of honor, The tioned buildings were aforemen-I' nation, Provision is made how- I equally deserve ,the gratitude! of the
insuperable odds. Thesetwo women i bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert Smith I II rupanry, their tenants were' able to ever, for the Office of War Utilitiesto entire nation."
came home with the suggestion'since and )firs. Francis Cole, Edmund T\ i somewhat surmount the discomfort exempt from the order's terms I At tho beginning of World War II

we are one Family under God, I I Cushman of Pahokee was best man. 'I which grew from a temporary lack! any section of the country where: it the Army Nurse Corps ,consisted of
why not meet x>n one day around Ushers were Robert 1<'. Chamberlain of heating facilities, as well as the is determined that compliance will 600 members. Today there are
the whole earth in true sisterhood I I'J s, and Dr. Stanley O. Pirkle, United "lost" feeling of being so far removed not reduce the consumption of coal 40,000, nurses wearing the Army
sharing one another's concerns, both i it' I States Navy from the "downtown" se<-.- or other 'scarce fuels. (Example- uniform of Uncle Sam. Of this
f Home and! Foreign? This idea was'l The bride, given in marriage by tion" of the "city" of NAS. The power supplied b)' hydroelectric: stations I number 3,719 have been recruited,
accepted with tremendous enthusiasm I her father, :wore a white taffeta nicknamed their new home "Si ). and assigned to duty by the Fourth
in 1920 and the first Fri- I gown made with net yoke, off the )beria," and to keep warm, plungedinto As one of the penalties for non- Service Command since J"nvarv
day in Lent was chosen as the date shoulder collar and fitted bodice i their work with the fervor of compliance, the new order providesthat I 1942, according to Lt. Colonel Ruby

Within a few years the women of I with tiny covered buttons down ,I eager beavers.: WPB may direct the discontimi-j' F. Bryant, Chief of the Command'snurses. ,
I" Great Britain, Canada, Australia, tho back. The gathered skirt extended i But in spite of their efforts to aton of electric service *
; New Zealand, South America also I into a long train. Her fin- I "acclimate" themselves, the thought sumer who'willfully violates the 01'-1 "At present," Col. Bryant said,

I ,. joined'' in the service; so that the I ger-lip length veil was gathered of' being cut off-from the central "We have 1,321 Army nurses on
: significant word "World" was prefixed at the ton with a tiara of orange station activities' still rankled. der.WPB also appealed for maximum I i duty in hospitals in the Fourth
to this "Day of Prayer;" until -I blossoms. She wore a double strandof That's- when Edith Dillpy moved conservation in all useR of electricity -

today 51 different ccuntries pearls.A from her post in the Supply Per- that are not prohibited by the ]I ,
[. delve and use one universal re-I reception was held at the Burge- (Continued on Page 10)) order and said that "the electric industry -I I dustry from all parts of the" coun
ship service intended to bind us ner home. The refreshment table of the nation, both public and I try. :
: further into One Family on this one i was centered with a three-tiered "'private, has pledged its wholehearted -,, enthood Federation: of America' with
1 wedding cake topped with miniature Ireland.r0u will appreciate the cooperation In support of the fuel l I I which the state organization is affiliated -

/ day.The 1945 program was prepared bride and bridegroom. Assisting in superb qu'ptness and confidence ocl 1 conservation program announced I forsees another upward
---. w bv four British members of the Wo- :! cutting the cake was Mrs Jack Mc- these(writes who hve' through I by Justice Byrne" I surge in marriages as well rdi-
,: 'P'm'sVorlel.; Day 'of Prayer Central I Il | Keon. Miss June Reed presided at the daily horror of the Blitz, the ]:4 The Office of War Utilities ,drafted I i voices and a imrked. rise in the
l- Committee for England, Wales and ,I the punch bowl and Mrs. Henry nightly tefors of the blackout an-I the older after consultation with birth rate after this war as after

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. ''iIJill"lIJlltfll" s1I'' Lesson for February 4 Joan-Boy today. or girl? I The Truth I

came Jasper-Neither back. their,.,laundry "I married my wife because she waf

...u.. .uuuu .. ..... u.----_.-m--- : Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected different from other women.'\ -
and copyrighted by International "Is that so?"
Vitamins for Winter Council permission.of Religious Education; used by :Rationing Gets It "Yeah, she was the only one who
Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenus Customer-The sausages you would have me"A

. Are Very Essential JESUS' CONCERN FOR ALL sent me were meat at one end and

oJ For Health Well BeingVitaminrich Chicken Liver Spaghetti bread crumbs at the other. lot of men have had their
LESSON TEXT-Matthew 18-2G.
9:1 9.13 Grocer-Alas, Madam, that's fondest childhood hope realized.
Parsleyed Carrots 'Spinach Toss GOLDEN TEXT-Therefore all things
true! In these rationing days it is When their
mother
combed
. French Bread with Butter whatsoever ye would that men should do their
F Pickles Olives to you do ye even so to them: for this Is' very difficult to make both ends hair when they were boys, they
Honey-Baked Pears the law and the prophets.-Matthew 7:12. meat. wished that they didn't have any.


: 1 k Orange Crisps I What is a man worth? Well, say

g *Rccipe given. we, that depends, and then we are For Quick Cough
I prone to undervalue him. Jesus had USEHOID

dice. Combine grapefruit, apples (and taught) a high regard for the m Relief Mix This

,. and nut meats into gelatin. Pour inherent value of man. He saw pos- ,

into molds that have been rinsed sibilities in all men. He had a love flINTsWhen Syrup at HomeNo

with cold water. Chill until set and for them. He' was concerned about ,

t's" serve with mayonnaise. their welfare, and they respondedby Cooking. NoWork. Real Saving.:
.. ; waxing floors with liquid
'One of the factors which makes an interest in Him. Hero's an old home mixture your
.4 salad making so easy is the use ofa I. No Social Barrier (vv. 1, 9,*10). wax, use a sponge instead of a mother probably used, but, for real
cloth. results, it is still one of the most effective -
real mayonnaise which is so The caste of lands
system some -.- and dependable, for coughs due
smooth-textured and easily blended dividing people into social strata To hold a piece of broken to colds. Once tried,you'll swear by it.
c4iN with the ingredients. It is nutri- which separate men and hinder fellowship vase It's no trouble at all. Make a syrup
tious, too, for it contains oil and egg does not exist in our land. In position while the glue is hard- by stirring 2 cups of granulated sugar
ening, use a molding clay. Cover and one cup of water a few moments
i yolk which adds a vitamin D boost Yet,' in practice, .we have such lev- the area with the clay, and let until dissolved. No cooking is needed.Or .
to the diet: els which are a formidable barrierin you can use liquid
com or
_->>_'5,_J_5555L_.,.._,. "....>..w ........_...m_.. Side Dish Salad. the thinking of many (perhaps vase stand for 24 hours before honey, instead of sugar syrup syrup.

vegetables tossed together (Serves 6) most people. picking off the clay. Now put 2% ounces of Pinex into a
-.- pint bottle and add your This
with mayonnaise make this 12 carrot curls Jesus knew, nothing of social bar- makes a full pint of truly syrup.splendid
I,\. salad ,bowl good, healthy eating. 1 cucumber, cut in fingersor riers. He ignored them and went To prevent steam in the bath- cough medicine and gives you about
: r Carrot curls and lettuce make a ( dill pickle) straight to the one in need. In our room when taking a bath, run one, four times as much for your money.It .
inch of cold water into the tub before keeps 'perfectly and tastes fine.
color combination. slicedMayonnaise lesson it
t pretty Lettuce, was a man of position and
turning on the hot water. And you'll say It's really amazing
I). wealth who was an outcast amonghis for quick action. You can feel it take
.
If.. It's an easy matter to get vegetables Wash and scrape carrots; cut in people because he was a hated hold promptly. It loosens the phlegm

: .and fruits into the diet. during very thin lengthwise strips and leavein gatherer of taxes for ,Rome. If rough hands annoy one when soothes the Irritated membranes, and
S',;> the summer ice water until curled. Arrange Jesus saw in him a man of faith sewing on a fine fabric, a nice helps clear the air passages. Thus it

S: months because carrot curls, cucumber fingers and and a useful witness for Him. soft feeling can be secured by eases Pinex breathing Is a ,special and lets compound you sleep.of

k''::,- supplies are plen- lettuce slices in salad bowl. Serve And He not only talked with him, washing them in warm water to proven ingredients in concentratedform

':'._ tiful. However, with real mayonnaise.Pears but called him to be His disciple. which common starch has been well-known for Its prompt
f. Money refunded it not pleasedin
L many fruits and combined simply with lettuce, car- astonishment of His critics, went in every way. -

J" vegetables in winter rots and American cheese balls. ,It's to a great feast where many such Tip for the Table
. :" \ and there is nice enough for gathered.He .
' company men were ,
: not MAN Say is this
really margarine
-
much available.
as Hearty Winter Salad. ate with publicans and sinners, HEARTBURNRelieved
'' Every homemaker should make it (Serves 8)) not because He approved of their ?

..{ her job to see that the family does 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin manner of life, but because He want- WOMAN-Certainly. 'It's' Nu- In 5 minutes or double money back
'iF not suffer from fruit and vegetable Maid Margarine. You see, NuMaid's When excess stomach add canses painful suffocat
2 cups hot water ed to change it as He changed them. tag gag Boor stomach and heartburn,doctors usually
/, lack during the winter. True, sup- the _Table Grade Margarine prescribe th fastest-acting medicines known for
1 teaspoon vinegar II. No Fear of Criticism (vv. 11-13)). symptomatic relief-medicines like those Bell-am
plies are shy but there are foods in 1 salt made especially for use on Tablets No laxative. Bell-nns brings comfort in a
teaspoon Many a kind and, noble impulse the table-Adv.! jiffy or doable your money back on return of bottleto
both categories that are in season, 25o all .
.J 1 cooked us. at druggists.
. cup peas has died a-borning because of the
and these should be used for allthey're
Vz diced celery _
cup fear of criticism. "What will peoplesay
,; worth. Vz cup finely shredded cabbage ?" has kept many a Christian
If fruits and vegetables are servedraw % cup diced pimiento, if desired from speaking to some sinner about

more of the valuable vitamins'f' Dissolve gelatin in hot water: Add his (or her) soul. A JIJ AI.. /for folks
can be saved. Salads should have
and salt. Chill until slightly
vinegar "The world is too much with "'
us- ""flfjf "'CJWQjI}
a big place in the menu. Apples' I thickened. Fold and we all too often guide our lives with sniffly) '

pears, oranges and grapefruit' offer I vegetables into Quick relief from_the
and service by the possible reaction, '
variety and 'vitamins aplenty, while! gelatin and snlffly, sneezy_ stuffy .
pour .
receive from those' roundabout 6
.
we
r: '- carrots, cabbage, beets,' green into shallow pan may' distress of head colds .. S'
us. We did not learn such an
Is what you want. So
( :., beans, squash, turnips,. spinach and or 8 individual '
attitude from Jesus. try Va-tro-nol few
r brussels sprouts can hold their own molds. Unmold on drops up each nostrilto
:-, I on the vegetable front. I crisp lettuce and His answer to His critics made reduce congestion, Double.DatJ Nose Drops
Today I've selected vegetables I with it'clear that there will be no self- soothe irritation! And Special 1 \\Uberltroubletst ,
r serve -
mayonnaise ''
1 Va-tro-nol also helps WorksfastRI
which are particularly adaptable : which has righteous, "good enough" peoplein V
served in salad form. Tack these heaven. The Lord is not even prevent many colds
.
been thinned with sour cream or from developing used
recipes where you can find them i I milk. I calling them, so long as they trustin In time. Try it! Follow .r'i"''B'I! Dl.9BA.HAL
I' \' and serve often: i their own goodness. He came to directions in folder. Y U..fti1J I

; Spinach Toss. seek and to save sinners (v. 13, and

t ., (Serves 6) Luke 19:10).

'/.:'I 3 cups broken lettuce I We, too, may go forward without United States War Bonds
', % cup fresh spinach fear of our critics. That doesn't Buy *
"
=/& cnp shredded raw carrots an mean that we "don't care what people
J4 cup)iced celery think" about us. We ought to '

6 radishes, sliced ::are, but if their opinion is basedn -- 1 S
rc
1 tablespoon minced onion unbelief and self-righteousness, ,

/i cup French dressing it should certainly not deter us from
Rub bowl with a clove of garlic, our all-important business of soul- "I'M TOO YOUNGSDRETONE
',I' let it remain in bowl. S
but do not winning f'6

'; Put all vegetables together in bowl t .;r, 'Hai i my III. No Limitation of Time and ; TO FEEL

/ just before serving. Pour French Place (vv. 18-22). Y? A,

dressing over all and toss with fork Often the help of man to those in jA4w 7 SO 0 L"v'

,::; and spoon .until well mixed. need is circumscribed by so many

.:.. Golden Winter Salad. regulations that those who most deserve -
/
:'; (Serves 6) help cannot get it. There are

it L package orange-flavored gelatin times and places for application

2' cups boiling water or 1 cup fruit [forms, and tests must be completed,

"_ juice and 1 cup water 3tc. Doubtless much'of this is needd -
%
'.1' y >
:::. 1 apple, unpeeled and. diced but one wonders at times whethr ) ,
'i. '
r;. 2 tablespoons lemon juice our charitable impulses have not j''iyyt.fd f Jso'ir 0
When served with a whole wheat I '
: salt under mountain of
Ys teaspoon iisappeared a
bread sandwich, this salad gives a
I
.f//', 1/ cups diced grapefruit sections rich vitamin "B" lunch. Lunch is a 1 red tape. 1
:' 14 cup chopped walnut meats Be that it how interesting F
good time to get the salad into the as may,
r
.., Dissolve gelatin in boiling water menu. it is to see that Jesus met the need .
: 0 and chill until it begins to thicken. when and where it appeared. He

-' Cube apple and sprinkle with lemon Company Salad. was already on one errand of mercy "

'. juice and salt. Remove all membrane (Serves 5) when the sick woman touched His :

.: from grapefruit sections and 2 cups finely shredded lettuce robe. He was not too busy nor too

.,.o' 2% cups grated carrots preoccupied to stop and give her a
t'" 5 pear halves word of help and comfort (v. 22). S ,

:; Lynn Says 10' /-inch balls of American cheese Is there 'not a significant lesson

r<" ;" 10 12-inch balls of cream cheese here for us in the church? The

i.:. Don't Waste a Scrap: Every bit French dressing need is reason enough for the extension MUSCLE' PAINS can do it to you soothes fast with
11-: of food you buy can be made to Arrange shredded lettuce on salad. of our help. The place is -make feel old-look drawn

'. work. Outer leaves of, lettuce, plates. In center of lettuce make a I anywhere that men are in sadnessDr and haggard.you SORETONE Liniment n II: *

,.t- spinach, and leftover bits of pars nest of grated carrot. Place pear I : sorrow, and the hour is now- contains! methyl salicylatc! a most C 0 L II H ;A
used half in each nest with
, ley from garnish can be to balls of I when they need our help. effective pain-relieving agent. And

give flavor to soups. The same is cheese in the pear cavity. Serve i IV. No Lack of Power (vv. 23-26). Sore tone's cold heat action brings II

'r, true of leftover liquids left from with French dressing. I How often the human heart is you fast, so-o-o-thing relief. ACTI 0 &

cooking vegetables.Stale French Dressing. prompted to help, and willing handsare 1
cake may be sliced and 1 clove garlic, grated fine ready ,to follow its promptingsin 1. Quickly Soretone acts to enhance in. cases of

.;' served with fruit and, fruit juices. /2 cup sugar loving action, yet we find that we local circulation.

..:'., Combine with eggp nd milk and 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce cannot do anything. The need is too 2. Check muscular cramps. MUSCULAR LUMBAGO

:i, :J' bake into puddirrg. Or, use it to I 1 small onion, grated great for our meager resources. Ourstrength 3. Help reduce local swelling OR BACKACHE
line pudding molds and pour gelatin % cup tomato catsup suffice. We haveno
does not
4. Dilate surface capillary blood due to fatigue or exposureMUSCULAR
custard it to make
over
or 1 teaspoon salt money, or the situation is one vessels.
':" ', icebox dessert. oil PAINS
l 2 cups salad beyond human help.
,:',: Dry, leftover bread may be Mix all ingredients in order given How wonderful it is then to remember For fastest action, let dry, rub in duo to colds

+:';, toasted and used on top of soup. with a rotary egg beater. Place in the Lord Jesus! A touchon ?again.There's only one Soretone- ,ri SORE MUSCLES

.'. Or, grind and make into bread quart jar and store in cool place until the hem of His garment in faith insist on it for Sorctono results. duo to overwork
: crumbs, or use in stuffings to whole A SOc Big bottle, only $1.
ready to serve. Shake well be. made the woman (v. 22)) SPRAINS
r;;;;: stretch meat. fore using. word from Him brought the dead MINOR
:' Syrups from canned fruit may little girl out to face the scorners
fruit to Get the most from your meat! Gel
be utilized for sauces pour .
o2 Jesus, in the bloom of life and
meat roasting chart from Miss
and custards. Leftr" your Lynn
... over puddings -
.....". over jams and jellies are ideal Chambers by writing to her in care oJ) health. C t I s *,Though"ippliod coM, rutnfacltnt -
Western Newspaper Union, 210 South Has He lost any of His great power --.-- IncnxllentJ In Sore-
for pastry fillings and for flavor- Desplaines Street, Chicago 6, IlL Pleast ? No. He is just "the same yes- :r-- tone act luperllclal' like heat supply to Increaiethe of

ing and sweetening stewed fruits send a stamped, self-addressed envelope terday, and today, and forever" "and McKesson makes it" a blood glowing to the lenjt are.o and( wsimUb Induce

:,:' and berries. for your reply. ',Heb. 13:8). Why not trust Him?
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W EA ON In conversations orient i i'Ud ;

War Machine ..a. r I iwNU 'b..ir 1

I think I h ve, tKe.krfc.irs .

Washington, D. C. Snow flakes: bvt h ;
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,Taken in Tow at Six, Children Schooled in Nazi Chief issue FEEDING in the ITALY long series of, with King his George public of relations Greece is experts.irked I Irk the farmer i'

Ideology; Grooved Into Places in backstage arguments over feeding They kept him staying in his London voce.bvh.Y 5)q .

Italy has been President Roosevelt'sdesire hotel room during the Athens mess R.1'CIIN'-:is

Totalitarian Society. 4 \ (1) to get the Italian peopleto -instead of okaying His Highness'

play a greater part in the war; usual routine of making the London --.:... \ '

and (2) avoid a repetition of Greece. late bevyof .. :
surrounded
places by a
.
.
Already there have been rumblingsof beauts. Batista will]
Cuba's
. ByBAUKHAGE I food rioting, and should Allied settle in Brazil.. d

News Analyst and Commentator tanks and guns be turned againstthe yj III

people of Rome as in Athens, >
WNU Service, Union Trust Building:, common. Her whole time is givento the repercussions would be tragic. The Federal Trade commission WNU Features. I

Washington, D., C. the Nazi activities. ,But 1 have Theoretically the British have Is checking up on endorsers of prod-
,
again. They worked him so ucts in ads. Wants to find out if the
articlesby my boy agreed with Roosevelt. When it
(This is the second of two celebs
that he who endorse them actuallyuse
hard in the youth camp
Mr. Baukhage on where Ger- comes to putting the policy into ef-
with tuberculosis and them. The reason for the
down
came fect, however it is different. Fol- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT i
its fighting
many continues to get ,
New
Hitler doesn't want him. I shall York butcher strike is this: ,
lowing last
disagreements
manpower.) some The Gov't down hard '
home. clamped on
have, him to nurse at
The determined August and September F.D.R.
husky and young black The butchers
afraid that marketing.
Poor woman, I am
Germans this area thought he had the whole matter
pictured on page
walk and learned the fine was too' high to I
this time, if he can
by ironed
symbol of the force that made out at the Quebec conference '
Von Rundstedt's counteroffensive on I carry a gun, he is at least a mem- with Prime Minister Churchill, onlyto make any profit, even at b.m. fees. AGENTS WANTEDLADY I
"home They decided it was cheaper to get
ber of the Volkssturm, the
it find that in
the western front possible-made late October nothinghad I
I both i.I i.
out of business than make whole WANTED In every community
possible for the German armies, army. been done. rural and city, to sell line of household : 'I
salers rich and themselves poor. necessities to her neighbors. Our line includes i.
supposedly smashed to pieces in Military Training Finally, on October 31, he took the such scarce items as cheese and i-
France, to "come back" from their unprecedented step of giving a di- I laundry soap. Liberal commission. General h
Begins at 14 Add rackets: Phones in Florida Products Company (U-3), Albany. Georgia.
stand at Arnhem and on the Cologne rect order as commander-in-chief to
plain. The tiny tots join the youth or- the secretary of war. He wrote: ere bringing as high as $500 each
at six. But not until they from people who lost theirs to the POULTRYFor
These boys represent two things: ganization "I have had before me the ,
13 14 does the real "prep"military armed forces a year ago. The
are or difficulties in
training, shipping getting
first military
preliminary mobs are set to run the bookmaking Sale,Laying 4-A Pullets,Buff Minorcas
and second, the control of the Nazi training begin for the boys supplies to the civilian popula- New Hamp. Reds. Light rrahmas, White !
serious work for the girlsin in Mexico and Havana. They Rocks White Wyands., Silver Hamburcs. i.
party over the German people. "As and the tion of Italy and I note that we Speckled Sussex, select breeding cocks.:
By this* had been figuring on the tracks suf- E. H. 481, Greenville, Miss. I
the twig is bent the tree's inclined. their separate camps. have, been building up some reserves Graves Box '
fering disaster for more than a \) ,
:
have already' been indoc
There are probably seven million time they for use when northern '
trinated with blind devotion for the year. Sidney Kingsley dashedoff I I
"twigs" in Germany today.In Italy collapses."In RADIO TUBESRADIO
five in 30 min-
scenario
the belief in German superiority a page
"fuehrer
a previous column I discussed the meantime seems to
to the utes, for which Zanuck paid him TUBES REBUILT-We supply yOU
and loyalty
and abject me that the situation is acute,
Nazi so
the various semi-military
I $50,000. More than a 1,000 smackers any type Radio Tube. Send old tube unbroken -
military organizations outside the Nazi state. from the point of view particularly with SI. BROOKS RADIO SERVICE -
per minute. 3608 North Main, Houston 9, Texas.
German army itself. Particularly, Aside from training in sports of food in southern Italy,

the great "SA" or brown shirt or- i which are believed to condition a that some risks must be taken
Though war plant absenteeismwas
ganization which, after its purge, be- boy for military hardships and actual regarding supplies at the time of a contributing factor, the Wash- Under Foreign Rule
for indoctrination drill with the "leader- the collapse in northern Italy.
came the implement weapons,
ington grapevine is saying that the --
and preparation for military ship principle" is stressed and That collapse may well not
main reason for 'closing the tracks The territories which comprise
training of the German people. I promising youths are sent to special come until Germany itself collapses -
was this: was preparingto 48 ruled
congress our states by
also discussed in some detail the"SS" schools (Ordensburg). in which case the ship- were once ti4.
stick
a 10 per cent tax on the one or more of six foreign coun-
Elite Guard the most ping situation will be much less
or now
When the Hitler youth completeshis
mutuels and the track (instead
acute. owners tries, all or part of the areas of

training he is fully prepared for "Under the circumstances 1 of cooperating gladly in viewof 30 states having been under Great 1I 1--..'
,
whatever Nazi group into which he the fortunes they've garnered Britain, 25 under France, 19 under
have determined to the
I
fits best. He may, in due course, for assume General lately) made ready to fight it. It Spain, 8 under Mexico, 4 under
responsibility asking
become a member of the esoteric was their attitude, more than any- the Netherlands, and 2 under Swe
Wilson to increase the ration to
SS the force which under Himmler
thing else, which irritated the pow.- den.
rules every phase of life in the Reich 300 grams throughout all" of Italy ers that be.

i N tl5y today. He will probably find some that our forces occupy.

role in the great SA organization.In Despite this categoric position by .
the President of the United States, The first Broadway hit show to
he will become
a mem-
any case,
beat the jinx of the amusement
\Gen. Sir Maitland Wilson page
\ Henry referred -
perhapsmore
ber of
some special group,
_" ,'_..'J5.SJ'"g>TT..A __"',_.x Z than which to above, did nothing. Last alphabetical listing is "A Bell for GROVE'S
one, prepare "
wit
week Secretary Stettinius empha- Adano. Many shows that
him to serve or provide a place for "
The German counteroffensive on put an "A".in front of the title to
sized the why
the'western:.front has made, itt possible 'his service ,in his destined role asa increased shipping feeding as had reason not been inherit the top of the list flopped. COLD '..
of total
cog the
in
machinery war.
for another crop of six'' hun= given Italy. But he did not-give' the "Angel Street" was the exceptionfor

dred thousand 'tough Naziindoctrinated Normally, when his Hitler Youth whole story. Actually, as pointed out a long time. .. The commiesin J1

girls and boys to bolster the period is ended, the next step, unless by the President, there has,been accumulating Indianapolis, Erie and Buffalo TABLES !

army and the home-front in 1945. the boy is physically disqualified a stock pile of food for last week started their campaign to

(Courtesy-Infantry Journal.) or is chosen for special duties, unliberated northern 'Italy discredit G-man Hoover with a national -

is the Labor Service, which is like smear attack. .. They say

powerful factor in the Reich, whose the American CCC insofar as it is POORLY PAID CONGRESSMENThe N. Y. Times' critic, Brooks Atkin-

function was first to "overcome the concerned primarily with such workas son (now in the hospital after a long
enemies of the Nazi party from with- struggle experienced by many
construction and But
forestry. to make both ends session covering China's part in the
; in" and which now has taken over the continues. As congressmen
military training
meet in Washington, and 'also the war), doesn't want to resume
the control of the German armies in the Hitler youth organization, the He
steady Retirement of A-l officials drama-inspecting. prefers doing r"Gp.Bru
r and the protection of the Nazi state Nazi is drilled, disciplined such his
young from public life because they can- something important, as recent <,.
from without. housed, fed and clothed like a sol His excellent
j not take the financial sacrifice, has assignment. reports -
Through SA representatives right are credited with actually in-
dier.When an interesting parallel in the early
down to the "ward"; through the this duty is completed, he days of the nation. fluencing U. S. policy in the Orient.
powerful Gestapo (secret police of
probably finds himself immediatelyin Some of the founding fathers, be-
the SS) which gradually superseded the But in peacetime, or
army. ing honest men and 'without private Faces About Town: Libby Hol-
all police force, the adult nonNazisare if he is specially qualified, there area fortunes, found it impossible to live man, the blues thrush-tobacco heir-
controlled by force and threatof
score or more organizations which on their government salaries and ess, who is quietly backing Broadway

force. will take care of him right up to old were threatened with imprisonment.For shows. Band chief John Kirby, '

Take Over age, such for instance as the Vet- instance, the great revolutionary $5,000 wealthier after winning a libel h"Appliute.( ,
mskes BUCaIGr0'DASH
Adults' DutiesBut erans organization in which military war hero, Gen. William Moul- action from a Pittsburgh writer, JUST A cokuci+ FeRrxta
.
ideas are kept alive. trie was imprisoned for debt. Also, who cast aspersions on his draft IN FEATHERS.

perhaps as important as any One important group is the Labor the first associate justice of the U. S. status. Canary Bernice Parks, ORSPREAD ON ROOSTS

Nazi weapon today is the Hitler Front which was created as a checkon Supreme court, James Wilson, had currently at the St. Regis, who will

youth .organization which is theNazis' unionism. There is the huge to flee Pennsylvania to escape his decorate Life's pages as best-

grip on the future. Today: Todt organization, a kind of land creditors and was about to be dressed gal. She has 16 fur coats. -Buy War Savings Bonds-

thousands of Hitler youth are guard- Seabee outfit which was created served with extradition papers in Her match book covers feature f

ing installations, watching foreign from groups of highway builders in Edenton, N. C., when he died. photos of her feller. Horace X-To relieve distress MONTHLY I

workers, performing work which relieves order to complete the Westwall. Also, John Rutledge of South Caro- MacMahon, one of the stage's capa-

men for the front. Already, Now it is a vital part of the army. lina, one of the chief drafters of the bles, serving the nation by delivering female WeaknessAlso
have shot to kill. All '
many can. There is the huge People's Wel- constitution, was threatened with war bond speeches-while wait-

Tomorrow they will be in the fare agency which collects charities; imprisonment for debt and only remained ing for producers to come to their ( Fine Stomachic Tonic)

army. three large civilian auxiliary air 'out of jail through the 'suf senses. Milton Berle, who at Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-

The pre-Hitler youth groups in groups; the Nazi TransportationCorps ferance of his creditors. this tardy time is feuding with pound Is famous to relieve periodic
had flourished for pain and accompanying nervous
Germany a long and many more, not to men- Today, U. S. congressmen, Joe E. Lewis over the song, "Sam, weak tired-out feelings-when due-

\ time. They embraced everything tion the host of services under National cabinet members, and federal You Made the Pants Too Long!" to functional monthly disturbances.
from the strongly rightist, Prussian- Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com-
judges remain relatively among
after the
Socialist Womanhood. Apparently reading "Fight
pound helps build resistance
up
ized version of Scouts
the Boy whose
the poorest paid public servantsin
or Work" edict. against such annoying symptoms
weekly excursions were given over It must be remembered that all of the ,world. A U. S. ambassador Plnkham's Compound Is made ...
to and these organizations stoutly maintaintwo especially for women-it helps nature c
military, games maneuvers, London is $17,500
to paid ,
Story of the Week (By Dr. Elisha and that's the kind of medicineto
to the religious groups. In the mid- functions: first, indoctrinationin while the British ambassador to A. King): Do you remember the buy! Follow label directions.

dle were the "Wandervogel" (Wan- the Nazi philosophy, or if the per- the United States i$ paid $80,000.A Indian described William LYDIA
juggler by E. PINKHAM'S 8S8B
derbirds) who despised regimentation son is too old or too stubborn to bowto U. S. Supreme court justice Hazlitt in one of his famous essays?
strolled about the these perverted ideas, so to en-
countrysideon gets 520,000, while a New ,York The juggler was perfect in throwingand
with their chain him in discipline as to achievethe
holidays guitars on state Supreme court justice gets catching brass balls
-keeping
their backs, sleeping in barns or in same result. The second function $25,000. WNU-7 3-4!
four in the air at
That
once. was
the open, hobnobbing with the peas- of the Nazi organizations is to .
his whole stock in trade, but it was
ants and also the prepare German man and woman
singing collecting PERSUADING NAZI PRISONERS
the best he had. Seeing a numberof
old Volksongs'and power for the nearest thing to a total
just having a Recently the army's shrewd people go to the Shrine of the o
time. The writer him- war effort achieved in history.
plain good psychological warfare branch in-
Virgin Mother bowing, praying, etc.,
self spent many happy hours with The effectiveness of this systemof stalled sound equipment at the' edgeof he became interested and wanted to .....

the carefree Wandervogel, some of militarizing a nation undoubtedlywas a Nazi-held port behind the worship. Finally, he went in,

them in the "Eifel," the very territory underestimated by the Allies. Allied lines in France and offeredthe squatted in front of the image and And Your Strength and
,
through which Von Rundstedt The facts concerning it were avail- Germans a novel "Trial Sur- performed. It was the best he had Energy Is Below Par

led his charge. We talked of poetry, able. For example, an excellent render." The message broadcast to to offer and doubtless acceptable. ney It may function be caused that by permits disorder poisonous of kid

love and philosophy-never about compendium of the Nazi groups was the Germans went something like I mention this because of a waste to accumulate. For truly many :

war. published by the Infantry Journalin this: "Try it out for three days.If report from Guadalcanal describinga people when tho feel kidneys tired, fail weak to and remove miserable excess

Suffice it to say, the Nazis method- Washington called "Hitler's Sec- you don't enjoy being a prisoner Christmas evening service. Father acids and other waste'matter from the 'I

; ically absolved all of these groups, ond Army," for distribution to and with us, you. can return to your Gehring celebrated midnight Mass, blood.You may suffer nagging backache;

the religious movements which were study by the American armed units." but could Christmas rheumatic pains, headaches dizziness
play
no one
well organized, resisting as long forces. But it getting up nights, leg pains, swelling.Sometimes l .
as was simply impos- As a result of the offer, eight music. A soldier had gotten a small frequent and scanty urination
they could. Today, under Nazi law, sible for the normal individual to Nazis surrendered. At the end of from somewhere, but no one with smarting and burning Is another -

the Hitler youth (male and female), grasp the degree 'to which the Nazis the three days, four agreed to stay; organ could play it. However, one man the kidneys sign that or bladder.something is wrong with

controls "all German youth within had perfected their plans and had, the other four asked to go back. The was found who knew only one tune, There should be no doubt that prompt:
treatment Is wiser than neglect. Use
the Reich. by indoctrination from childhood, army let them go. To their sur- "Yiddisher Mama," so he played Doa,,', Pills. It Is better to rely on a
I can give you the testimony of actually turned human beings into prise, however, the four came backa medicine that has won countrywide approval -

one German mother which was efficient machines. few hours later bringing more that.With the heavens for a roof, Mass Known.than Doan't on have something been tried less: lavjvfcbly und test-

whispered into my ear in 1939, just Herr Goebbels, father of lies, was than 50 of their tired Nazi comradesto was said in Latin, a Jewish boy ed Get many Doan yeati.s today.H Aa. at all drug stores :.-

before the war broke out. not lying when he said recently that join them in the comparatively played the one piece he knew, and

"My daughter has gone," she Germany had become "a warrior, luxurious prison camp surround- several hundred Protestants, Catho-
said to me. "We have nothing in nation in the full "
sense of the word. ings. lics and Jews knelt and listened. IjMq I



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::1 Gather Vegetables at Their Best TIEDTKE, ELECTEDPRESIDENT ; the bite on and how. I I your nose at unknown brands. A'
I
At Bronson we were lucky for we I I Camel is 'as hard to find now days as

not only found good old Roy Child I the real McCoy and a Lucky, Strikeis

IP OF REA publisher of the Levy County Journal something. you make in a bowling

/ at home and. on the job but' J. alley.

,.".' ""'.. ..,.,-.....'. Min Ayers, editor of the Gilchrist And another thing, pepper both
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ELECTRIC CO-OP County Journal, was there too so white and black, is plenty scarce,
\4' .vxrS; s:9 y> t i d4 Y'y; .ij" w.it .. we killed two birds with one stone. wo found most, cafes and resturantsout

:\ 2 '53h x'gYx Min, by the way, is Speaker Pro of it and from what I gather 'if
(Moore Haven Democrat) Tern of the 1945 Florida House of they' could lay their hands on Senator -

A crowd estimated at more than Representatives, so if you don't Claude right now they would

one hundred met in the court room think we talked politics, you're I try shakin' him on their soft boiled

\y here last Thursday night and completed crazy. eggs or oyster stew.

the formation of the Glades Take my advise. brother, and Regular, Daylight Saving and
Electric Co-operative for the purpose don't run out of cigarettes in this I l War TIME all overtook us beforewe

of obtaining electricity for the neck of the woods if you' are pe1'- '. could" reach Cross City so we

farm homes of the county under snikety, and inclined to wrinkle I '(Continued on Page 6)
the program of the Rural Electrification
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Administration:

A board of directors was elect-

t ed from the floor composed of B.. C.

Dyess, of Lakeport, Richard Archi- EXPERT
1J.y 4' Jl9ti bald of the Roebling Estate at Lake .

Annie, Ralph D. Wadlow of Palm-

1: Hyspq dale, John Tiedtke of Shawnee
Farms, Glen H. Williams of Ben- Dry Cleaning
P Or S 'S: r t \ak bow area, Stanley Wayman of Citrus -

\ 'Center and W. J. Espenlaub of

Venus. These directors later met

and named, John Tiedtke'' presidentand Altering, PressingTHREE

fN. vAn i:,;, Glen H. Williams, vicepresident. -

rt ; Nine directors are providedfor
y<
9b..t.+a \av ./.l.: '. YioOysc.a
1 H; \ .. but two places were left open to
''W S;cq ti ? !':; % ;:; DAY SERVICE
see if new areas were added in to
the co-operative.

y .. ri Following the signing of enough
:,:
"'-",'" p members, 150, for formation of the

co-operative, County Agent F. D.
Yaun got in touch at once with H. Satisfaction Guaranteed

ti'IT P., Kirkman, promotional! represen- t
tative of the REA in this territory,

who set the date of the organization PRICES' REASONABLESUITS
meeting. 'Mr. Kirkman arrived here

., -rnovo courtesy Ferry-worse: Seed Co. that day, accompanied by Ralph W.
Smith, REA engineer, and these, men
:" Do you know when to pick your sweet corn at its sweetest and juiciest?
had charge of the organization meet-
r'. When your snap beans are snappiest? Your Swiss chard leaves most tender'and

I'-:. the stems at their crispest? ing.Mr.. Kirkman first explained the 75c TROUSERS 40c

,,' Every vegetable in the Victory Garden has best stages for eating, before and functions of the Rural Electrification .

";;: after which their goodness is. considerably. less than one hundred per cent program and, in a general man ,COATS and DRESSES 75cCassidy

"" Snap beans should be picked before', ner, the method of operation. Mr.

>:: the seeds inside the pods have formed. white. Spongy looking heads are past Smith then told what he planned to

I' /;' e If come of them get past that stage their prime. do during this visit here, to makea f
, 1"i' Too young sweet corn has neither complete survey of the 'proposed
before you can use them, let the beans
1f; flavor nor substance; too old, it is co-operative set-up and make a report -

, ..p...:., grow to full size and use them as green mealy and usually tough. It's exactly as to its feasibility, cost, etc. '
hells., Peas should be picked ,when right when ears are well filled and The meeting was thrown open 'thento Cleaners

the pods are plump and bright green. kernels spurt'milky juice at the prickof general questions from the groupof

a thumb nail. members present.On .
When pea pods are somewhat wrinkled
Cut kohl rabi bulbs 'when betweenone Tuesday night of this week
and show streaks of white the
peas are
and '''three inches in diameter. the directors met in the office of Moore Haven Florida
too old for enjoyable'eating.. -
Larger than that,they'are likely to be County Agent Yaun and completedthe
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Cut the outer leaves of Swiss chard
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shoe leather.
tough as Turnips are organization by electing Ralph
-;". wHen they are no more than ten ort best at medium size, rutabagas when Wadlow secretary-treasurer, appointing Now operated by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foster
,-! twelve inches long. Let the inner ones
fully grown under cool moist con- J. M. Couse attorney and sign- .
continue to grow, always cutting before ditions. ing the papers incorporating the
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' ';. they are grown to full size. Let parsnips and salsify or vegetable co-operative received that day from

! Jo> ..,.r Be sure to cut sprouting broccoli oyster stay in the ground until late the Secretary of State. Other business -

while the buds are green.and tightly fall. Then the,.roots,, should, be fully I was also discussed.
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''r;: closed. When they open, and begin to developed. Some of them can be dug Reports 'were' made by' 'Kirkman

Sk-!: ...'. show a hint of yellow, they have lost for winter use, ,but plan to leave at and Smith and they 'indicated that

their fresh, new goodness. Cauliflower least part of the crop in the groundover their: survey had shown a disappointing JOHN H. MALOY Jr.

/':-' cousin to sprouting broccoli, should winter. Dig them in early spring number of prospective
tr:. haVe heads that are firm and creamy for flavor unsurpassed.ised users and that more members would ,
I' have to be obtained, before the pro-

'>' r.,....,.,..... ... ____u = 1 1I ject could be completed. They said, Federal Tax Consultant '
-- however, that there was no reason
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__ _'; to take me along. If I'd signedup for anyone to be discouraged for

'for a "Cook's Tour of the World"I what had been done here in thirty INCOME TAXES Social Security Taxes ,

couldn't have. been any more ex- days toward organization ordinarily 'Withholding Taxes Miscellaneous Taxes. '. J .' :
Too Late To .
Classify cited. ,required six months, and they felt ,

After four of sure that problems which arose
years solitary confinement -
r By RUSSELL KAY fenced in with Ybor Cityon could be solved. ,_ ". Feb. 5th Thru 10th Clewiston-Mr. I
I one side, West. Tampa on the The two men left yesterday, will

t__:"_.,:.(......:....:..:.,.:.-.:..._:":"'_:"_:":":N N:N_:,,_:,-:- I other, and my little pink nose to the be back Monday for one day, and Beardsley's Office ;
t:" '.
I grindstone'in between, the vision ''')fI then will be gone again for two or

Prior to Pearl Harbor I used to rolling hills; clianging landscapes, three weeks. In the meantime every Feb. 12th Thru 17th Moore Haven-Judge
spend I effort will be made to find '
half my time traveling over new faces, and what have :you cameas new
the state. Since then I've had to a real thrill. members for the co-operative to Couse's Office

;t stick pretty close to my office, buta build it to the required number so
In days gone by I've driven State
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short time ago my 'friend Jack that construction could begin. Feb. 19th LaBelle Court House
'" : Road 5 from Tampa to Tallahasseea ,at -
Monahan blew in to "Private"the
my hundred .times, but I tore along at

mistake( door of says announcing) office and he was made making the 70 miles an hour and 'never saw even the lowing kine on the high- Feb. 20th LaBelle-Court House
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a trip to West Florida. much of anything but the shoulders way gave me no offense, and I can
that you are supposed to keep off remember when I used to cuss 'em Feb. 21st Palmdale-Post Office Building .
ti "What, I says, "id it still there?" of and the CAUTION CURVE signs out in all the languages includingthe :
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"It sure is," he replies, "and you you are supposed to observe.
But
Scandinavian. The sight of a Feb. 22nd Venus-Post Office BuildingFormerly
ought to see it since it has
grown now with a speed limit of 35 the Mama Razorback in the middle of

'up. traveler is given. an opportunity to the roadway with a flock of offspring
Well, that was'all the encourage really appreciate the enchantingflora chewing the buttons off her
ment I needed. I hopped out of
my and fauna that Mother Nature
vest was even pleasant. Of course,
... Internal Revenue Office, Specializing on Fatale and
swival chair, cjimbed into his lap has so generously scattered ,
I I wasn't driving and maybe that
and cried like a baby until he prom-I around for our enjoyment. Why makes a difference. Ten Years Florida Territory Inhcrit 'nc" Tnvei.

Stopping at '''Brooksville we visit-
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I ed the offices of the Journal and i '
', Also assistance:! on New York State
the Sun. Editor Russell of the
and other State Income Taxe::
: Journal was busy covering a Com

CLEWISTON INN missioner's meeting or somethingand .
I missed him but I found Editor
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y Lovett of the Sun as busy as a
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six headed cat with a bowl of
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12:30 to,2:00 P.; l\I. ........_;.....'.........'........_..;:_..\......;...*..... ..;....._ $1.50 back of the 'shop just naturally IF YOU WISH THEFINEST

.. poundln1 the works out of a Linotype -
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:' Oyster Cocktail 'Furit Cup enough to swig a Coca-Cola and doa
bit of fat chewin' and enjoyed -
J Chilled Apple Juice Tomato Noodle Soup we
a delightful visit.
French Fried 'Jumbo Journeying on to Inverness we Try Complete Dinner At
Shrimp found Scofield who
Mrs. M. C. now
Prime Roast of Beef au jus '
edits the Citrus Chronicleand
:. Pan Fried Calf's Liver with Gravy County
Roast Loin of Dunellon Sun, chewin' the bark
Pork-Apple Sauce' ,
Spanish OmeletMarslimallow ; off a pencil try in' to figure out how THE CANEBRAKEFROM
,. to get all the ads in and have enough
.Yams Spinach With Egg room left to tell folks about the activities -
', Fresh Lima Beans Buttered Squash of the Parent-Teachers, Wo
Hearts of Lettuce-French Dressing ". men's Club, Women's Field Army $1.25 to $1.75
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Mince Meat ,Pie Pumpkin Pie for the Control of Cancer, Committee -

Chocolate Sundae .Lemon Sherbet for the Infantile. Paralysis. Drive, SERVICE FROM 0 TO 9 O'CLOCK: SHOUT ORDERS
Coffee Tea Milk and all the rest. 9 TILL 11:30
u Reaching Wllliston we learned

that Fditor Vause, incidentally is
TRY OUR SPECIAL SPAGHETTI
President of the Florida Press As-
$ ;.E SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET sociation, and my boss, was all DINNER

6:30 to 8:00: P M. tangled up and bicklashed as local

A complete Buffet, Supper ---..---..................._...................._...... ?1.50 chairman of the Red Cross Drive THE MOST POPULAR ITEM OX OUR MENU
and bury attending a committee "
,="" .' "1:r""o>.,,". .. '' ,, to 'wino who to
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one day they suddenly go, BOOM; !. and ,defeated them by a score of brief welcome to the guests of the: ;
The Clewiston NewsI'ubtiahed Then very meekly confess'it-iovFi!|-239.This is 'the' first 'time*. the FUTURE FARMERS -club! for the evening..,

We think that is the case of B. S. Moore Haven girls have been de- M. H Sharpe, teacher of vocational :
Clewilltoll and L.. B. Well, more, power to you feated this year. agriculture in the schools of!
In
every: Frfdny HAVE I
2ND ANNUAL .
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, both. The Clewiston town team consisted Moore Haven and Clewiston, expressed :
inc. It seems that Wilcox and N. J. are, of Margaret Von Mach, his appreciation to those t
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getting along very good, althoughwe Ethelyn Lang Kathleen Polk, Inez DINNER WEDNESDAYMoore who had aided in making the dinner I fj
Entered as second class mall matter thought they would not. Button, Mertice Sutton, Mamie Trice, I a success, particularly to those ,1
February,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act of inCl'ewiston It is nice to see that G. M. is Marilyn Davis, Frances Sutton, Mar- who, had furnished the meat, prepared ;
March 3, 1897. romancing M. M. They sure makea gie Allen. ( Democrat j i the delicious barbecue and:
--.----- ----- -- cute couple. Good luck, kids! The town team played a very: good Haven ) the home economics department for 1
We are glad to welcome a new game., Kathleen Polk made most The Moore Haven Chapter of Future 'I I serving the dinner Principal Vel- .
CAim SETTLE Publisher girl, Mildred Duba.It of the points that were made. Her Farmers of America held its ton Walters also gave a few well :
Subscription Rate--J2.RO Per Year seems that C. H. S. is getting sisters, Inez and Mertice, made the second annual banquet at the school'1 chosen remarks. !

AdtcrlNiii Katea On Application. and losing boys; at the same time. other points,. which were very good. gymnasium Wednesday night at Following the delicious dinner of
We have two new boys iu school --- eight o'clock and had as guests, barbecued pork and veal, fruit cocktail -
this week and another on his way. GOOD WORK TEAM! I aside from their fathers and moth string beans, cole slaw, pickles,,
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Clewiston won't be all together a The Clewiston Tigers and :Tiger- II ers, the state supervisor of agri- olives, hot rolls, pie and coffee. Mrs. ;' I.
of Clewiston, and Hendry County. girls school after all. ettes have a game with Moore Ha- cultural ec education, J. F. Williams Margaret K. rarnain, county superintendent f: .
------ I It seems that D. P. is smiling late- ven next Wednesday night, Feb. 7, 'of Gainesville and the federal agent I gave a brief talk in ft
ly. Could it be because of that boy 1945, at '7:30: here in Clewiston. : for Agricultural Education. D. J'.I.I I which she' paid tribute to the club ti
NATIONAL DITORIAL friend of hers? Could be, "Smait." This is sure to be an exciting, bard Clements of Washington. Also in members for their accomplishments- ;
iSSOCIATION Betty S. is also grinning lately. fought game. 1 attendance was a group of Future and asked for the cooperation of i:
We wonder why? R.. T. is home- The Tigerettes are expected to I Farmer officers. from Clewiston and the county\ people to help assure the ;
Could it be because of him? play a very good game although from Fort Lauderdale, the latter chapter's continued success.
What happened to R. T. andN. they haven't but just enough girls: I. group accompanied by l> their in- A resume of tho accomplishments. :
? : structor, M. O. Worthington.Dean i of the Moore Haven club .
--- --- J. P. to have a game, and are very un was given
It seems that the Juuiors- andSeniors experienced, and small. They will HeflIn, president of the by Roger Norton, treasurer, and of t
News from the war fronts looks are trying to out sell each be in there doing their part. Moore Haven Chapter, presided very I the Clewiston club by Richard Pape.
almost too good to permit any other. The Seniors seU 'llg'ads and The Tigers are expecting to win.'capably and opened the meeting vice-president of the club there. '
pessimisism and yet it looked much the Juniors selling magazines and this time since they have been practicing ', with the formal chapter opening by I Dean then introduced ::\11'. Wit"i
the same the first of December.'I'' dance tickets. The Juniors are sell- and worked up a 'very good I I the officers after which he gave a liams, who, after paying a tributeto
Remember? ing these for the Senior Banquet so'' team., We are sure they will win, the work of the Future Farmers.
I I I Seniors you better. quit giving us or, play a very tight game. i their class. George Coleman of of the local chapter as well as :
Looks like FDR and Churchill r competition! The Clewiston Tigerettes are' 1 West Palm Beach and Flora Lenora those of the entire state, cited a few
have started out for the historic I And here's the story of-What? playing a game against the town I Johnson-of. Tampa. of' the honors which have been given. I:
"Big Three" conference and we're I Time to hand this in, so that can team for the "March' of Dimes" I IftE'COxn to Florida members by the national
wondering if Uncle Joe will be able wait until next .week. benefit campaign this coming Fri 1 and THIRD GRADES. organization. Mr.Williams introduced -
to take time off from firing his vic- day night at 7:30 here at the school. I The second and third grades haveas I I M. E. Coleman, representative -
tory guns to join the party. ngXEfi.LCTI'ITIES Good luck team. their motto, "I am, I can, I will'* of the American Turpentine I'
The Junior Class is planning a They have also chosen the 23rd and Lead industry who had accompanied I

Only Berlin is able to give a farewell party for Melvin Torbert I BELLE GLADK GAME Psalm 'as their leading. Scripture for I, him up from Clewiston, f
close estimate on the proximity of Tuesday, Feb. G, at the Community The Clewiston Tigers am} Tigerettes the last semester. and then introduced the speaker of ( :
Russian armies. They're moving I Center. Melvin is leaving for I went to Belle Glade to play a The third grade also has been I the evening, Mr. Clements, national :
much too rapidly for Moscow to be the Army Air Corp Feb. !9) We sure game against the Belle Glade Tigers working hard on the dl'he"for the
able to keep up. hate to see Melvin leave but we knowhe and Tigerettes this past Wednesday "March of Dimes" They have contributed (Continued on Page 10) I

-- will be doing a good job wher afternoon.. Both teams played a approximately $5.00. .,.
administering sound ever he might go; ,and we wish him very good and exciting game although I \
Congress is a very good and exciting game but
"Plow-'em-up" the very best of luck we were defeated. FIFTH GRADE
chastisement to like the girls played, a better game- ,:
The Juniors are also planning on The Tigerettes played a good The
fifth
aroused
Henry this week but we're afraid very grade has an the last half. The line-up for the.
having spared giving a moonlight dance on Feb- game the last quarter but the last interest in map making. They madea -
of
it's another case boys was: Richard Pape, Raymond
ruary 24th at the Recreational Hall. quarter wasn't quite long enough to relief map of the world, made ,>f
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the rod too long.Tiger's I Trice, Frank Harben, Ben Bolton.
I Tickets will be on sale this follow- bring the score completely up. The colored clay. It was complimentedby
Sullivan .
Johnny Junior !Martinez
ing week and we hope every one I I line-up for the. girls was: Dorothy the supervisor of education. Curtiss 'Pullen., "-'-.
Roar will cooperate.This I I Sealey, Harriette Alston, Annis Every child in the fifth grade also j
dance is being given to raise Adams Jo Ann Crouch'Mamie Trice, owns and takes care of 'a potted Richard Pape and Raymond Trice-
money to give their Junior and Senior I I Gallic Davis, Shirley Owens and plant. The flowers have grown 10 were the two stars of the game or f.;
banquet which will be in May. Marilyn: Davis. be pretty flowers and they make rather the one's who made the most
THINGS AVE SEE OX THE The Seniors are 'selling ads for the The last quarter Harriette Alston nice decorations for their rooms. points. Little Raymond might belittle I
GROUNDS>S OF wish showed her ability by four but'he made 8 points for C.
"MUGGUXG" forthcoming annual and to making They also have a student govern-
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O. H. S. ,express their appreciation to the goals in succession and one free ment to a certain'degree. Each child 'H, S. and brought the score up to

Here we go again folks' to give to merchants of Clewiston and oth-?l' shot. This is Harriette's first year has a certain voice in deciding the :30-18, Belle Glade'sfavor.. Boys I
you the choicest tibbits of the week lake towns. of playing basketball and she Is I citizenship grades. for the class. get going before the last half, and you
can surely beat them the
really a swell player. So these four next game.
from C. H. S.
goals and free shot the last Captains for the games were
number of new SPORTSThe quarter SIXTH GRADE
quite
There are a
Dorothy Sealey and Frank Harben..
love affairs around school. You Clewiston town team went with Annis' goal made a score of The sixth grade regrets losing
can't walk for, '..walking through over to Moore Haven last Friday 20-11; Belle Glade's favor. Good two of their members, James Card-I -
"sugar." night, Jan. 26, and defeated the going, girls. You can beat them vial and Billie Kermans. They also FIRST GRADE .
Isn't it odd how one can live Moore HaveiL-towji team which con- when they. come over' to Clewiston! I wish ,to welcome a new tudent, Ed- The first grade are very glad to"t
around each other for,years and then sisted of mostly high school girls .I The Clewiston Tigers played a !I ward Johnson.. '' : hive two new students added to

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ippi, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Serson, Mrs. Mrs. McIntyre won 'second prize of '
\v. R. Broaderick Mrs. John Pitt handkerchiefs, and Mrs. Ward won i; LOST Food ration

I man and Raymond, Miss Alice Kern low prize of .
I \ a kerchief book ,
No. 4
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11 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peters and Bat-. Mrs Owens served refreshments |L by Willie E,
j'tiara, Mr. and Mrs. Bembry and of t Ross
PERSONAL SOCIETYChet j apple pie and whipped cream and Rt. 1 Box 125 t
Wanda, Mrs: Joe Elder and Patsl: coffee.

'': Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery.I '-- Bear Beach. 4tD i iI
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..- Mr. and Mrs. Bill I Perry, Miss C. MRS. THOMAS: HOSTESS .

I Baber, Mrs T. L. Tanner, the Rev. TO BRIDGE CLUB I '
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i l' H. C. Meador and family, R. H.!i iI l

Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. H. 1..1 j Mrs: G. B. Thomas was hostess FOR RENT: One bed- ;
Peny of Fort Myers was A Major and Mrs. G. P..Donuellan of I Davis and Marilyn, Charles Curtner to her bridge club on Wednesday I .

;:.. ?,'..' ," business: visitor here Tuesday. I Atlanta arrived Thursday for a I and Mrs. Blanche Mitchell and afternoon. Prizes were won by i room. Inquire Sugar
". :, week's visit with Mr. and Mis. A. J. :
Mrs W. H.
Sonny.r Lanier and' Mrs. P. :
M. 'Bowl
.: 212 J
; r Mrs. W. L. Brantley was a visi-'Manning. MDI1t5 Bishop Refreshments or Sugarland
I I were servdeto
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:. :; tor in Miami i. I II : COXKL1XG: BS'l'J';H1'\IXS .
on Thursday. i ----- Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs : Park.
.'' ; I Mrs. Ottol/ Larsen, 'Mrsl R. M. I WITH AFTEROON; TEA II J'. W. Ezelle, Mrs R. C. Wilson, Mrs ( 1 Up,
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'::" '" J. D. Smith has returned from a Bishop, Mrs .William Bolton, and G. H. Small, Mrs Carl Johnson, Mrs II

t.-. visit in New York City. ; Mrs. W. L. Lott were visitors in Miami Mrs. F. E. Conkling: entertained W. C. Prewitt ,and Mrs. H. R. Hall. I I
. with an afternoon
-- on Thursday.: tea at her home WANTED Waitress
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: : Wednesday honoring the birthday
.y Mrs Hancel McDuffie returned -- I AI'PKECLYTIOX
fi,:':,. last week-end from a Visit. with L I Mrs Munselle Stone and daughter of Mrs ,F. E, Conkling, Sr. good salary. See J. Da-

; ,\ '. relatives in Sycamore, Ga. : Lynne, of Gainesville arrived Guests included Mrs 0. A. Jones, i The ladies of the Cadet Club wishto
;r..... ---- ( Tuesday for a week's;,visit with Mrs' H. V. Briant, Mrs. Horace /'.. j take this opportunity to thank] t gorette, Canebrake, Rest

:.':.-:."J. Mr.: and Mrs. W. N. :\Iartin and I l relatives, ? Bestor, Mrs. J. V, Francis, Mrs. the hostess mid ladies who servc cat i I taurant. '/

y'J,:' family were: business visitors in, Richard Bestor and daughter, the very successful welcoming in !

,..;.'.:' .. West Palm Beach on Tuesday. I Clarence R. Bitting, piesldent of Janice, Mrs N. V. S. )Mumford 'Mrs.E. party held at -, the Cadet Club on -------
:/ ,'.' -- I the United States Sugar Corporation M. Blake, Mrs. ,N. Dehon, Mrs.J. Wednesday evening '

."'1j:'" ': Preston Ross, representing the j is over from Palm Beach for I E. Beardsley and Mrs. S. V. Rob- The refreshments which were HONEY BEES WANTED -
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-.::' ; .Belcher Oil Company of Miami:: was!:!: i; a few days this week 'on business. bins. furnished by ladies of ,,the town are

a business visitor here Tuesday. I '- BONNIE FAY DURREXCE also most appreciated. !! Glen Bentley,
Miss Corrine Baker has returned
HAS BIRTHDAY ('Winter Haven Fla. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small were, f from a stay of everal'weeks' !Jn P.HTl"I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID stat-
business visitors in West' Palm Jacksonville where she has been I + how hives
'I .... ling and
Beach on Tuesday. recuperating from a recent illness. Miss Bonnie Fay Durrence, daughter --------- many
of Mr and Mrs. Foy Durrence,
what
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price. Itp
Mis. Edmund D.. Clark of Lake- celebrated her fourth birthday last WANTED : Person who I
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yoder and hurst, N. Jer., is arriving today Cora Friday afternoon The birthday

West Mrs. M.Palm C. :Beach Bauer Tuesday.were visitors ,inS two weeks' visit with.......her mother, cake! in pink and white, surrounded can type and do general I I..............-................................................. ...................................
fern and ,..
> :Mrs. J. W. Moore.M. by sweet peas, was
ryf't ; served with ice cream and puncn. office work. LIVING FOR .*

; ,Mrs. E. S. Knight and daughter, H. Sharpe, -Richard.Pape, Horace Favors of colored baskets of candy I::. TAXICABS :!:

y Donna Jo of Delray Beach, are the Brown and Sherwood Hall attended were given, to all the children.; QUARTERS provided t": .. .;.,.
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fH quests of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Allen.E. an FEA banquet in Moore Bonnie Faye's guests were Glenda 1:%: DAY AXIJ NITS SERVICE *,

i Haven Wednesday' evening.M. Sue Etherton; Martha Jean Nowling, !Shawnee Farms, ,contact :I.:' PHONE 18 ::I
E. Gross is spending the .. ::
great- :
Christine Hutson, Ronnie and Janrt :
r er part of this week in West Palm I H. Sharpe, Richard Pape and Wylie, Lief Johnson, Carl and Eric phone J 155-J or 56. 2tp i .. .. ..

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--- i :Farmers of America banquet in Fort Hugh Tracy Stone, Warren Brown, I

'' '..,' J. F,. Brouillard, FBI agent of : Lauderdale Tuesday evening. Gene Thompson, Jane'Lee, Jennings ii i iI I

,> : West Palm Beach, was a business I Ezelle, Donna Gayle'' Martin, Marilyn Johnson's; i G. M. FORD
I Fish
/\::., visitor here Thursday."Mrs. Miss Julia Harrell, auditor from Hancock, Billy Sue Crow, Helen Camp I

{;.: -----_. II the State Selective Service office in Prewitt, Marion McGowan, Judy I (Near Iluiricnne Gate) I : Civil Engineer and Surveyor

.>.;f..: William .M. Johnson, of Pa- St. Augustine visited the local of- Francis, Lamar McClendon, Edward Clowtelon' I Kin. !j I: Specializing In Everglades.
, 4 J-,'.. hokee Hall, Nancy: Bolton and Matthew, Boats!' and Motors-Guide Sort-fee
: ; ,--was the guest of her sister, j lice Friday and Saturday. (i Surveys
) Miss Florence o'n Jerry and John Prewitt. Rates Reasonable'
i Graham, Wednes j f
i i :'honeCloYriston, Fla,
i. t.; day Mr. and Mrs. Leo Engelhardt and Adults present in addition to the i| .' W. -H. Johnson. Mjrr. J ..

-' f -- daughter, Beverly, were the guests children's mothers were: Mrs. E. W.

r:, '.< ', Mrs. Frank Davis left Tuesday t Sunday of' Mrs. Engelhardt's sister, Durst, Mrs. Joe Hall, Mrs. Charles I I'.r '-

?f. .,/, spend a week in Zolfo Springs as I I I Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mr. Mills. Bolton, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence; Mrs. -

i:. ( ,.: 'the guest of Senator and Mrs. Wil- I -- Billie Crow and Mrs. E. O. Ward

,".: : bur C. King, Fred W.. Davis 'was in Miami who assisted Mrs. Durrence. I For
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'll-: Captain Murray J.. Cash who has, War Manpower meeting in connection OWEXS EXTERTAIXS '- = ]

I:: been attached to. Riddle Field for with the Training Within Industry AT 1JRIDGE THURSDAY ;, _I *
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the past twelve months as Medical I program. "'
Mrs. Ruth B.: Owens entertainedwith I
Officer, has been transferred to a l i I LbQ4T101tti.RA1T Slnu,
? ;', field in Mississippi, with the pos- ,i Mr. and Mrs E. M. Dull entertained bridge at her home on Thurs- hNlt 4onemuS1
) sibility of overseas duty in the 1 with a dinner party at their day evening in honor of Mrs. Cyrus t

I olfing.I I home Sunday evening Guests were Lund of Erie, Pennsylvania: ; I
I Mr.: and Mrs. G. N. Pitzen and Mr. Invited guests :were Mrs CharlesB. 1 1 i 1 I I
: :.,:, I and Mrs. C. E, Johnson. Owens, Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs.

I E. C. Mills, Mrs C. E.. Miner, Mrs. ,
I Gus Cantrell, of the United States Peter McIntyre, Mrs. J. K. Rogers: ,
Navy, returned to his base in Jack- Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs V. C. "

sonville this wc(>lafter: having ward, Mrs. G: H. Small and :\\\rood-I

spoilt a furlough here with his parents O. Ward. ,

( Mr. and Mis. Gus Cantrell. G.uest prize, of sheer hose was FLORID
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given to Mrs. Lund; Mrs Woodward -
AIIY' ::1J.\'rIXJ .-:t:-I:; I'. :)1.XUHI'I'7' 1 Neil --.. .....
T Dwyer has returned from '
A a Pr :M. won high prize of lingerio;
s.L'r..n M X. ('ON'rxtots;; [ West Palm Beach where he underwent _. _.._
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; ; SU.V. & MOX., FEU. 4 & 5ABBOTT I _
Pvl. Lucien Wolff, who has just

t, 1 1rr I completed a furlough here with his ', #

( COSTEUO family, l left for a new station in La : .:' ;,',;: "

Muir, California, on Wednesday Pvl. ...' .;):'
IOSTINAHAR6M ,wk

rr r I I West Wolff Palm was accompanied Beach by Mrs.as Wolff'far as ,,j ,::1, FRENCH LISLE SOCKS

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.:- AN M-G-M PIctuRe! H. P. Kirkman and Ralph W. .
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Smith, promotional manager and .t \' "
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. ALso LITTLE LULU .( !
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engineer for the Rural Electrifica-

(/ lion Administration in Florida, are Ii' ; !
BETTER WOOL SOCKS
,:: TUI'. S. & XVKD., FEU. 6 & 7 staying at the Clewiston Inn while ,

f ; organizing an REA co-operative m I }..
::' "Guest In House" Glades County. .
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Ana Baxter: 11. Uellain.v' I I On a recent trip to market we found some real socks .;. : 1 j
. Friends
: I will be interested .to learn
the that has been off the market
: THE that Dennis Wayne Pittman, infant I quality 'SInce'

'': NEW MARCH OF TIME : I' son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pittman, 941.1 1 These fine hand embroidered, French Lisle.
" A 20th// Century>fov Release has been removed from the incubator -
',:1. at Good Samaritan Hospital in full fashioned socks have come into this country by '.

:. -- !; West Palm Reach and is now doing Air Express from Brazil through the customs at Mi-
! TilUIlS. & FUI., FII5. & nicely.
p # 9LATEST I
.:'" c: _,-, ami, expressed to New York and back here for retail

'i! LEE MOORMAX) BIRTHDAY: CELEHRATESSECO.YI : sale. We have these socks in short and long styles, 3 .


3 ti i priced from $1.5.0 to $4.00 a pair. : ', "
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rl Lee Moorman, son of Sgt. and
i Mrs A. L. Moorman, celebrated his ;
The socks for golf and cool daysare
I second birthday this week at the new wool-and-nylon .. '.,

.NEWSSXTURDAY II home art. of his aunt, Mrs. E. L.' Stew- the finest we have had in a long time. They're. ....'

priced at $2.00 a pair. :;:. -
i Children present at his party were ,
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'r"' Vfill. 10 j Jennings Ezelle, Judy Francis; Mary

Catherine j Francis, Beckie Francis, We're maintain constant supply of these ":
,r I Martha Nowling hoping, to ,
!fahI ( Jean Hank Thompson -
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f ;NAKI WlNi!! Jeff Nash, Nola Thomas, Nancy unusually fine socks. '. '

: Bolton. Cindy Bolton, Ronnie Lee, % f \ ..
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i :: fIII'W ton, Len Vaughn, Helen Prewitt, Make'Anthony's your headquarters
" ; er I _,.,.. A \., Janice Bestor, Ted Wayne Drig-
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,. /,4 d gers, John Prewitt and Jerry Pre-
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KMrst Baptist Church enjoyed a fish
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Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hodges. "
On Parade"A Dinner was served on the lawnto r :

X nv Type Musical:: Mrs H. J. Roath Mr. and Hra.
312 Clematis Street West Palm Beach
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? SIX THE OLBWfSTON NHOTS TRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1945

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RATIONING women's shoes may be sold to con- category of civilian garments' during chairman of the Society's newly Governor. '

stamps for obtaining meats and the first half of 1945' to the average created Executive Council and will Attest F. C. :Elliot, Secretary i
CALENDAR reductions during the two weeks price levels of the first half of : direct the nation-wide drive of the Trustees I. I. Fund;
-, period of February 19 through 1943. :1 American Cancer. Society for fundsin Colin State Board English of, Secretary Education. i

PKOCESSED FOODS March 3, OPA announces. Two-fold Under the plan, many. of the April. Jan 5, 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2. '
'
I31iIe!rX-5. Y-5, Z-5, A-2, B-2, C-2 purpose pi the temporary ration low and m dium- ) "icd 'cotton gar- I Florida has always given generous .. 4 ,
)%)-2. E:2.I: -2 and G2.Book, '4) holiday OPA. states, is to' give con ments will be pre-ticketed by the i support to this worthy momement. Tallahassee, Florida .
1'' *OW valid at 10 points each. Blue sumers the benefit of extra shoe manufacturer with the retail telling and can be counted upon to do so January 10, 1915N ;
': tamP8 H-2 J-2 K-2, L-2 and M-2 mileage that otherwise might remain price expressed in specific dol- again this year.ARCADIA O T J V ENOTICE
'.lbooarue good February 1, 1945.. unused on dealers' shelves, lars and cents., I -
,
I is that the
MKATS' FATS and to help dealers clear their I Feb. 1-(FNS)-Carl- STATE BOARD hereby OK given EDUCATION of
;Red Q-5 R-5. ,S-5, T-5, U-5, W'-S stocks of the normal l accumulation Too Late To Classify Strom Field holds the record of the the ,State of Florida will offer for
sale to ,
.:x..:. Y-5; ,ZA2, B-2, C-2 and of odds and ends and. broken sizes. safest flying field on : earth," -with: at Tallahassee be sold to Florida.the highest 12:00 bidder o'clock r
(Book 4) now valid at 10 points Before rationing, such shoes were only one fatality in almost. four NOON February 20th, 1945, the following :
each: for use with, tokens., : customarily disposed of in seasonal (Continued from Page_ 5) years of training.' County: described land Jii HENDRY I',
Sugar stamp No. 34 valid, now foi'tire clearance sales. OPA estimates that missed "Mrs. Chavous at the Dixie S>/& of NV6 and SVa of Section 16, f
,pounds' Sugar' Stamp No. 35 about 4,500,000 pairs of shoes will County Advocate' office and likewise Tallahassee' 'FlorIda' Township.' 44 South, Range, 32East. .j i iu
be 'sold in this special rationfree"sale. ,Editor Thompson at perry b.1twe'll : January; '1st 1915 THIS NOTICE is published in compliance :
:became, valid February 1, 1945. ." N 0 T I 0 K with Sections 270.07, 270.08 and t )
; check them another time. \i
SHOES on 270.09, Florida Statutes 1941. P !
At Tallahassee, we had to call NOTICE is hereby given that the I STATE BOARD OF EDUQATION :'M
Airplane stamps No. 1, No. 2 and AUTOMOBILE: RATION : Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund the State of Florida reserve the right <( e
_No.3 valid. CUT out the fire department, Chamber of the State of Florida and the to reject any and all bids.., ,
now A cut of onethird'will be madein of Commerce and Sheriff to get a State Board of Education 'of the Stateof BY ORDER of the State Board of i
{ FUEL OIL Florida offer "for sale' to be 'soldto I' Education of the State of Florida. :
the number of new passengercars room but they finally took care of the highest bidder, in Tallahassee, Millard F. Caldwell, Governor. \
Period 4 and 5 coupons from last available for rationing in Feb- us at the Cherokee, which is a hotel I Florida, at 12:00 o'clock' NOOK. February -I ATTEST: ".. i
season" and Period 1, 2 and 3 coupons when the quantity will 6th, 1945, the following described Colin English;.Secretary; I i
ruary, and not an Indian, but they insistedon lands in HIiNDRY .COUNTY I State Board 'of,::Education.Jan. II
for current season now valid amount to 2,000 cars on a national making us share the same room, H/4 of Section 4, ; 10,: 2G ut 10 gallons each in N. C., S. C., basis, or 1,000 less than in preced- which is tragic for a couple of guys I E'All% of of Section Section 8 10, I f

Ga. and Florida. ing months, OPA reports. The I like .Jack and me, who snore, walk: All of Section 16 '" !
GASOLINEA14 I action will leave about 12,000 new and talk in their sleep to say noth- East.Township; 45 South. Range 33. I 7f O T I dB. i
coupons valid through cars in the nations stockpile. ing of knocking over all the furni- (Lands to be sold subject to lTO !
:ilarch 21. Rationing rules now re- the Grazing Leases No. 311 and No.: WHO)! IT :MAY: 'CONCERN:
ture to bathroom.
on our
way 312. expiring April 28, 1948.) This is. to advise that it Is my inI -
quire' that each car owner write his CLOTHING Next week I'll take you from Tallahassee THIS NOTICE is published in com-I I tention register the name of :MACK'S "
license number and state on each OPA-WPB clothing to Pensacola and back and pliance with Section 270,07r Florida I' DRUG STORE with the Clerk of the
A joint pro- Statutes 1941 1 Circuit Court in and for Hendry Coun- I
'coupon in his possession as soon as gram proposed to the trade in will ,you be surprised! The Trustees of the Internal Im- ty, Florida, 'the said Hendry County f
it is issued him by his local ration- last week is designedto provement Fund and the State Board being,:: the principal place of businessof '..
Washington of Education reserve the right to reject -I MACK'S DRUG STORE: that I am
Sag, board. reduce the average family's APPOINTED CHAIRMAN any and all bids.nY' the sole owner of the business operated r
ORDER of the Trustees of the -under the name of "MACK'S DRUG
clothing, bill by 6 to 7 per cent and Internal Improvement Fund of the I STORE."
:Housewives have six more red to make more of the essential low TAMPA, Feb. 1-(FNS)- Mrs. I State of Florida and the State Board i
of Education of the State of Florida.I" McLEOD..
robtaining meats an'dfats. I RAMON
Stamps fo availablein .
and medium-price clothing Malcolm Smith, commander of the SI'ESSARD L. HOLLAND Ii Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 2, U.
Channcey Butler, OPA district more stores, Chauncey Butler, Worntn's Field Army for the Control ---------- i, -
director at Jacksonville announced. I OPA district director at Jacksonville of Cancer. announced this week that I -

:Since the February rationing period, I said. Under the plan, a high Eric A. Johnston, president of the .
which ,began Jan. 28, will last five proportion of civilian fabric pro- United States Chamber of Commerce '
'weeks instead of the usual four, six I'duction will be reserved for manufacturers ,' has been appointed national ,/ If You Wish 'b
ired stamps, instead of the usual of essential low and med- .
,
:dive, given for four-week ration I ium priced garments who will ',ne 'I /
periods, were made good, he said. given priority ratings for fabrics on : : GUARANTEED
The 'stamps, each worth 10 points, I their garment output in the first : '
aro Y-5..Z-5, A-2. B-2 C-2 and D-2. half of '1943. This will prevent diversion -

of textiles into less essentialand *Automotive Repair Service ..
:-NATION FREE SHOE SALE higher priced products. A new : .

DOMING HP maximum average price regulation # 'T'v Machine Work' .\ -..:.... ...
Limited quantities of men's and! will return the average price of each / ,':. _.

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Its Beauty Prayer and Chronicles Usefulness' Light. Color Top and Dark Skirt t AS I( At E 1 A quiz with answers offering 7?* r


: fj& The prayer of a tree: Is Latest Theme of Designers ANOTHER information on various subjects :.
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"Ye who pass by and would II

,'. raise your hand against me hearken

I _.. .
; ere you harm me.
:" "I am the heat of your hearth By CHERIE NICHOLAS The Questions The Answers

.,'. on the cold winter nights, the 1. Who built the Hanging Gar 1. Nebuchadnezzar.
, friendly shade shielding you from dens of Babylon? I 2. Yes. Mediterranean means in

the summer sun, and my fruits 4 ...-. l 2. Are all lakes mediterranean? the middle of land.

::' are refreshing draughts quenching 3. Christians, in casual conversation 3. It would
obviously be
',' your thirst as you journey on. discuss the weather. Mo flection on Allah. a re

/ "I am the beam that holds your hammedans never do. Why?
4' house, the board of your table, the 4. What is flora and fauna? region.4. The plant and animal life of .

... bed on which you' lie, and the timber 5. What creature of today usual 5. Galapagos
turtle
200
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which builds your boat. ly attains the greatest age? 6. years.-
Forty-six
"I am the handle of your hoe, 6. How long did King Edward days. weeks and three

the door of your homestead, and VIII (Duke of Windsor) rule Eng 7. In olden days
men shackled
, the shell of your coffin. land?
and enslaved their
"Ye who pass by, listen to my 7. How did women. Wed
i 'wedding rings come ding rings were used as a symbojof
: and harm
prayer, me not. into use? this shackling.
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Relief At Last
It's the Other Fellow!

When the other fellow acts that

way, he is rude; when you do it, For Your Cough
lr it is nerves. When he is set

in his ways, he's obstinate; when Creomulsion
( relieves promptly be-
.. you are, it's firmness. When cause it goes right to the seat of the
he dislikes your friends, he's trouble to help loosen and expel

.."..' t' ,:.. prejudiced; when you dislike his, germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to
soothe
I < and heal raw, tender, in
you are showing that you are a flamed bronchial mucous mem

: '; good judge of character. branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
t' When he is especially polite to a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding

:: somebody, he's toadying; when you must like the way it
; quickly allays the
'" cough or you axe
I you try the same game, you are to have your money back.

tit On your favorite N.B. C. station using tact. When he takes CREOMULSION
every Saturday morning time to do things, he is slow; when

;' 11:00 A. M., E. W. T.l you do you are deliberate. for Cou hs.Chest Colds, Bronchitis

:. WISE WSOC WFBC When he sees flaws in 'things, he'sa
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". WPTF WSJS crank; when ,you do, you are
<: 10:00 A. M.,-C. W. T. discriminating. Buy War Saving Bonds

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y ? ABOUT big news as to that which is to be

RUBBERTechnical the mode this spring.A .
1" I characteristic feature of incoming

!,. fashions for the new season is ED: It was

their soft feminine styling. The worth having all
'
the folks
young here
I" A NEW and promising fashion is rcharming costume to the right not for our anniversary just
only emphasizes the new soft styling to hear 'em rave about your
,' in the making! It is the costume
men say that about I technique, but it stresses thev delicious rolls. But weren't they
".J three gallons of alcohol are that teams a light color jacket a lot of extra work, Mary?
;:,'(/ used to produce sufficient or topcoat with a dark skirt or one- I idea of a light ,jacket and a match
dress. ing topcoat worn with a dark skirt. MARY: Pshaw, no trouble at aH!
< butadiene to make piece Already designers are
an aver;
: But they did turn out nice.I .
,;t, age-size synthetic tire.. turning their time and effort to pro I Pink for the coat and jacket with used a grand double-quick
). moting this interesting trend for black for the skirt is a first-class recipe with Fleischmann's
M..:. :' Use of synthetics and alternate spring.It color combination for spring, although yellow label Yeast. .
't& : materials, particularly In field wire the three-piece is refreshingly the yeast with
iIJ, and telephone cable, resulted In is well worthwhile to watch this extra vitamins
,.. springlike in of the pastel
.' the conservation by the Signal new style gesture as,it develops into any
,; / Corps of the U.,S. Army of more an outstanding vogue during the colors with black.
.\ than 12 million"poun(Js 'bf crude _. The' .
coming we ks. Illustrated herewith glory of a spring.costumewill YES.SIREE/
rubber in the first 4 months of 1944. are three smart advance models depend more than ever this FU/SCHMANNS/ IS THE

The Importance of rubber that interpret the light-top-and-dark- year on the accessories worn with 'ONLY YEAST FOR BAKING

tires to the economy of Michigan skirt movement in versatile mood. it. Which is why we are showing below THAT HAS ADDED AMOUNTS ,ftftfREE/SENOfOft/ME/ /
It indicated by the fact to the left a group of the "little OF BOTH VITAMINS A AND .
:; Hounds tooth checked wool is definitely
IS that 65.2 per cent of all inbound things" that are, newly designed to D AS WELL AS THE ...LATEST REVISED EDITION
high style for city suits. It
and 69 per cent of all dress up the spring costume to ultra VITAMIN B.COMPLEX. OF FlflSCHMANfi'S flWOUS / ,

outbound freight in that state adds to the interest of the new charm and style distinction.A VITAMINS APLENTY I SAY 40-PA65 RECIPE BOOK. \
.; carried truck. spring checks that they come in
; Is by motor BREAD *
TH BASKET
I.' flick of a gay and flirtatious
J such out-of-the-ordinary colors. The
suit pictured to the left, a Sophie "hanky," the flash of a jewel, the OVER 70 WONDERFUL IDEM

, original, is in peacock blue and dash of a new handbag, a gay belt FOR NEW BREADS,ROUS
of unusual design, these are the DESSERT BREADS.HURRY-.
black. The all-wool black skirt is
:
?:, tricks that winter ennui *
topped 'with a swank jacket tailored dispel as SEND FOR YOURS NOW, !
much the arrival of the first
1 of peacock blue and black check.It .- as
F. :" robin. See in the inset below several
is attractively styled with cuffed
,r., ;.,'. of these gay little flatterers that
:xr pockets set diagonally across the
will add glamour touches to many
hips. All signs point to a season
wherein the big play will be made a midseason or early spring costume
And all those vitamins go right Into your baking with
on the styling of pockets in unique no great loss In the oven. So always get Fleischmann's
.. ways. Draped petals on a handbag of yellow label Yeast.A week's supply keeps In the ice-box.
crushed goatskin is Jenny's inter
I-,' The light tunic coat centered in pretation of the now-so-fashionable '. For your free copy, write Standard Brands Incorporated I
'j the group is good style because it is Grand Central Annex, Box 477, New York
;' softer look. This bag is designed
17. N. Y.HERE'S. J
, There's
tunic.
';- a nothing smarter with the thought in mind that it car
r, than tunic effects for dresses and all feminine
ry your paraphernalia
blouses, jackets and coats. This tidily so as to be easily available at
,I.'- model is one of the latest short- all times.In .
,/ fitted types, and is in aqua wool,
the belt Criterion follows
designing
an especially smart pastel. Worn
the direction of the current
: with dark weskit-type suit it
a ,
: AT FIRST fashion trend by placing emphasis
makes a three-piece ensemble. It is
D on side treatments. With its swirls

! IfGROFAO'USE666 of stitching on a unique side-slung

wing, this belt sends your spirits
Evening Sweater soaring in that it foretells greater

: versatility in belt styling. The handkerchief

r
: '. Cold Preparations at directed I prelude to spring with a beautiful
.
bouquet printed on really and truly
J
pure Irish linen.
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Bright Embroidery


Trims Formal Wraps


Formality in evening wraps is as

necessary this season as formality

in the evening gown. Most popular

are. the bright wool three-quarter

itI length rippled toppers with glitter

shoulder trimmings. The most dazzling

embroidery imaginable is lavished
......
on the shoulders and the linings

I add brilliant color. These styles

are particular favorites with women

GOOD-TASTING TONIC but young girls find, them flatter ..RUBIN Ben"Gay qUICK
ing too. Newer than these gorgeous
.- 'Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion contains toppers and of infinite appeal to the
A & D Vitamins often WHY gently warming, soothing Ben-Gay gives
natural needed ,. young set are the for the
-i' P .', capes
: ;- to help build stamina and resistance to I j'Uifl. ; .iJ/ most part hip length, though the full- such fast relief from simple headache..Ben-Gay contains
/ colds and minor ills. Helps build strong This up to22 times more of two famous pain-relieving agents,
practically sleeveless dressup length cape is a very smart number,
,;. bones and sound teeth,too I Give good- sweater of lightweight white too. The distinguishing thing about methyl salicylate and menthol-known to every doctor
tasting Scot 's da2y, the year-round than five other widely offered rub-ins. So-insist on gen
wool and cotton yarn is lovely for these capes, as well as the toppers,
uine, quick-acting Ben-Gay for welcome soothing relief ITree's
( Recommended by Many DoctorsEMULSION evening wear now, and later on' in is the gorgeous embroidery and ,

the summer it can be worn for beadwork that animates the shoul

.,, either day or night gala occasion. ders. Best-liked model is'of white

The shoulders are laced with rib wool, lined with scarlet, and gold-

bon that can be changed at will to embroidered at the shoulders, some

tune with the color scheme of one's times in deep yoke fashion, or as

costume. The low oval neckline is some prefer, military epaulette
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of Thought Guest Awoke Next Morn\
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THE greatest events of an age The traveling salesman had F.
its best thoughts. Thought never struck such a stuffy hotel in l!r

finds its way into action.- all his life. In vain did he count ,

Boice. sheep. Sleep just would not come. 'I :t'J'
need they Y y?- He had made numerous at- '"
They might not me-yet
might THE STORY THUS FAR: Zorle CoreyIs in his eyes, was alarming, too. For surprised. "Where do you suppose tempts to open a window without

I'll let my heart be just in sight; railroaded Into taking a Job she docs the first time since he had discov- your compact is? Where do you sup- putting on the light, but had found
A smile so small as mine, might be not want, helping Admiral Duncan write ered her bending over Amber's pose your handkerchief is?" it tightly sealed. l I t
Precisely their necessity. his memoirs. She is In love with While Paul body, she felt thoroughly frightened. "By her body!" Zorie cried. He tossed and turned. Desperate -

EMILY DICKINSON.A Duncan aboard ,the the Samoa admiral's en grandson.route to Hawaii Her thoughts returned briefly to "But of course, Miss Corey!" at last. he got out of bed,

bad neighbor is as great a she Is thrown overboard, but Is rescued. Paul. She could recall so clearlyhis Zorie took a deep breath. Mr. wrapped a blanket around his ,, ::
misfortune as a good one is a Pearl Harbor Is bombed while they are vindictive expression as he said Lanning was gazing at her sadly. hand, and smashed the window. !
blessing.-Hesiod. steaming towards Hawaii, and two de. those things that he should have "Men in your profession do thingsso Then he breathed deeply for a few of ./
stroyers escort them to the Isle of Oahu. known might sentence Steve to thoroughly," she said. "I'd for-
moments got back in bed and al-
The true aim of life is not so I ,
After landing Zone and Paul ov'erhea.rPa.ul's death. A man of, Paul's type was gotten. As you say, I'm not used to most immediately fell into a deep 1 F
much, the accumulation and handsome brother, Steve, with not to be trusted in a situation calling this sort of thing. When Amber is )t
study of facts as it is the development whom Zone Is Infatuated, plotting with thatI and refreshing sleep.
for honest thinking. At this mo- found, with those simple proofs
Next he had to i
radar morning
and exercise of the WInthrop Lanning to deliver some pay
ment, her feeling for Paul was one killed her, the authorities will as-
SteveIs for ward i
and capacities of the equipment to the Axis. Believing five dollars smashing the .
powers soul.-Anon. In danger Zorle rushes into the nightto of sheer loathing. Because of his sume that, in grief or panic, I went robe mirror. ,
save him and discovers the body of vindictiveness and his unpredictablenature off and perhaps: threw-- mvself off acliff. Y

beautiful Amber Lanning on the ground. his brother was possibly I suppose that's very obvi-

dead and she was in a position of the ous." ''''''' ''''''''
utmost gravity. He was nodding. His attitude remained ;
.yCCIGt CHAPTER XIV :: RS 1i'
"What are you going to do with one of mild amazement.It .
?" she asked. was all so obvious, so logical, to
Zorie wailed. "Pierredid me
I didn't! him.
it! Just this minute! He must Winthrop Lanning tilted the bottle "You're sorry," she said quietly."You're SEt F1'
have strangled her!" to his mouth and drank. His hand
Peature STllcllcate All RJjlbl.l Boolfftd. awfully sorry that I must
Mr. Lanning held the light not was shaking a little. be-liquidated. But you've arrangedit for U r

HOW QUINTUPLETSpromptly too steadily on her face. "Miss Cor- He looked at her. The steadinessof so that I haven't a chance."

ey," he said, "this is tragic. Thisis her stare seemed to disconcerthim. Mr. Lanning shook his head. "No, due to COLDSreally soothing

relieve coughing of very, very tragic." He glanced away. He made Miss Corey, I don't say quite that. because :
The next thing, his hand was a grimace. :
.
There may be an alternative. They're reallymedicated .
CHEST COLDSWonderful her mouth and he was "
clamped over
"Nothing, he answered. "The "Is there alternative to my'' -
any
holding her tight against his body I
matter is no longer in my hands. "
for Grown-ups, Too! with his other hand and arm. She being killed in cold blood? -;
Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold- could not "Whose. cabin is this?" "I do not say that there is," he :\

their chests,throats and backs are rubbed move. heard footfallson Mr. Lanning's dark eyes were answered. "I only say there may COUGH LOZENGES r
In the silence she
be ,
Musterole must
with Musterole. So vague. The gray flesh under them be."
justabout the best cold-relief you can buy! the other path, and the sound ofmen's Get below the gargle line withF :
stainless looked more puffy than usual. He "Where did Steve and Pierre Savoyard -
white,
Just see how promptly identified them as
voices. She &F Cough Lozenges.Each F& F :
throat, bent forward. "
Musterole relieves coughs, sore go?
Pierre's and Steve's. They were go- Lozenge gives your throat a 15 : \
aching chest muscles due to colds-how "Miss have in .
Corey, you your "I don't know, Miss Corey. "
minute soothing, comforting treatment
how fast the :
breathing becomes easier- con- ing to garage. "
gestion in upper bronchial tract, nose She She tried to free possession an extremely dangerous "But don't you assume that Pierre all the'way down. Millions : ....
struggled.
and throat begins to break up! Such ... .. will kill him?" use them for coughs, throat irrita- :
blessed comfort! In 3 strengths Chil- herself, but Mr. Lanning was pre- "'-
: "I think that Pierre will try. But tions or hoarseness resulting from :;,
dren's Mild, Regular and Extra Strong. pared for it. He held her so tightly colds or smoking. Box-only lOji. .:\
that she could not move. .a Steve is very clever. If he was ,................................,.-..1
aware that your fiance said the
He held her until the sound came things he did, he would be better

of a car starting, then the soft low prepared to cope with Pierre. But
whine of its The crisp soundof I SC
gears. he wasn't aware. Therefore, Pierre
its exhaust retreated and faded. has a slight advantage. But only a Lll E7RIPl

Holding her securely, Mr. Lanning slight advantage. It may not be JELLY
MONEY CANT BUY WHITE PETROLEUM
shook out a folded handkerchief. It enough. I am speaking very frankly. -
faster-acting, more dependablethan "'
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asplrjn- e
genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin, was, she discovered later, a large .. Pierre is not clever. He is relentless -
world's largest seller at 10|. Why pay one. He forced the thick center part but his intelligence ,is not

more? Big 100 tablet size for only 35jU into her mouth and tied the ends d r .F always alert. And in this profession, .

tight behind her head, so that she cleverness counts more than relent-

could not cry out. I' lessness. Therefore, Steve has an

He seemed to have recovered his I even chance of coming out of it .

composure. He was, once again, ; alive." ---'

the ,calm, urbane gentleman she had Zorie believed he was being hon-

known on the, "Samoa." He was : est. If Steve had a chance of com-

meeting an emergency, a serious itr ing out of it alive, he might come to

crisis, as.men of his sort always do, this cabin. It would improve Steve's

with .finesse and sureness.' chances-and her own-if'she could

"I'm so sorry, Miss Corey," he persuade Mr. Lanning that Paul had : 1 I Irr
said. "But this is really necessary. been lying maliciously and that

Buy'' War Savings Bonds This is a very critical time, ,I as- Steve had been honest, in his deal- '-

sure you, and you have stumbled.upon ings with these people. "-

something that is very embar- If Steve reached this cabin alive, Remember that Constipation can

IS GETTING UP NIGHTS rassing to me." she was certain he would not let make easy problems look hard

He carried her along the path to them kill her, provided he was given Constipation can undermine energy

where it joined the other path. He, f' a.voice in the matter. It came downto and confidence. Take Nature's
GETTING YOU DOWN ? carried her into the garage. With rr rJ' that very ironical,basis: Her only Remedy (NR Tablets).Contains no

his flashlight, he found some short ) chance to get out of this cabin alive chemicals,no minerals,no phenol de-
Thousands say famous doctor's pieces of rope. He tied Zorie's feet was to convince,Mr. Lanning, and rivatives.NR Tablets are different-

discovery gives blessed relief from together, and he tied her hands securely + ; anyone else who came in, that Steve act combination different.of Purely 10 vegetable t'egetable-a'ingredients

behind her. was what he actually was-a true- !
irritation of the bladder caused by formulated over 50 years ago.
"I am really so sorry about this, blue Nazi! And if, she could some- Uncoated or candy coated, their r I
excess acidity in the urine Miss Corey," he said. "But I can't how save her own life, she would action is dependable, thorough yet ,

Why suffer needlessly from backaches, leave you here. I assure you, you have a chance of trapping them all. gentle as millions of NR's haveprove. .
run-down feeling from excess acidity in are most' embarrassing to me. I She suspected that Mr. Lanning, Get a 25(5( Convincer Box. I,
the urine) Just try DR. KILMER'SSWAMP He her in his arms and Caution:Take only as directed.
ROOTthe renowned herbal have to keep an appointment, and I gathered in his present frame of mind, wouldbe NR TONIGHT TOMORROW ALRIGHT
medicine. SWAMP ROOT acts fast on the dare not leave you here." started at a trot.piece an awfully hard man to convince.
kidneys to promote the flow of urine and ALL-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE
relieve troublesome excess acidity. Originally He found some soft cushions and I First, she must secure all the infor- P
of information. regret exceedingly
created by a practising physician, placed them on the floor of a sedan. mation he would part with. "
Dr. Kilmer's is a carefully blended combi- that, it happens to ,be in (1 -
nation of 16 herbs, roots, Vegetables, bal He arranged Zorie on these cush- I am much "Who owns this cabin?" Z
possession. very
sams. Absolutely nothing harsh or habit- ions, and he was extremely gentle your .
forming: in this pure, scientific prepara- afraid that the outlook for you is "One of your dinner guests-Basil r' "
tion. Just good ingredients that quicklyact about it. serious. I am very much afraid Stromberg. You are surprised?" N: -TAF3LETSPRcE
on the kidneys to increase the flow of He closed the door, then got into very I
urine and ease tho uncomfortable symptoms that there is no hope at all for you. "And Mr. Stromberg will have the ,
of bladder irritation. the driver's seat, backed the car "You final whether I'm, to live or ( WORD SUGGESTION ,
He sighed heavily. are en- say, ,
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY! out, and started. Zorie knew when ,
Like tint thousands did. of others you'll be glad they were climbing the hill out of tirely innocent. I admire you very not? FCR ACID INDIGESTION-
Send
you name and address to
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Department B, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box the cove to the cliff, and she won- i much. And I do wish there was "Yes, Miss Corey. I
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Sendat dered if he intended throwing her some way out of this for you. I "When will he be here?"
once.All druggists: sell Swamp Root. "
off the cliff. will gladly help you in any way. Mr.' Lanning looked at his watch."I .

The car stopped presently and Mr. Zorie's mouth was very dry. "Do told him two-thirty. ,It is now'

Lanning got out and opened the rear you mean-I won't leave this cabin twelve-forty. ,He is usually very

door. It was now raining hard. alive?" punctual, but he had certain arrangements -

He removed the gag from her Mr. Lanning avoided her eyes. to make and he may bea easy way toCORK

mouth, but he did not remove the He seemed to be genuinely upset. little late." I

cord from her wrists or ankles.Zone's "The gentleman to whom this cabin Zorie supposed that these arrange- STUffY
numb and there belongs will be here presently. He
lips were ments had to do with' getting the
was a bitter taste in her mouth. He will have to decide. Meanwhile, precious cabinet containing JY419off >
I took off his coat and draped it since things are so completely hope- this island. Mr. Stromberg was tiOSTRI1S yY t.: .

about her shoulders. He gatheredher less for" you-is there anything I doubtless contacting a Japanese fk..,. ,. .. ,'
into his arms and started at a I can do? agent who would arrange to have Nostrils clogged, :y \ 1&;% .
"What is happening to Steve? membranes '% ,.. .,, .1. j'
trot through ,the rain. JY-419 delivered to a Japanese sub 1t;' ;:< .
'Mr. Lanning carried her up on a He lifted his shoulders slowly and marine. swollen? Quick, d p
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porch, unlocked a door and carried let them fall. "I do not know, Miss "Are we in ,Kokee?" spread Mentholatum cooling i: )I' **I-.1 r 1tl

her inside. He directed his light. Corey. I haven't the faintest idea.I "Yes. On the edge of Waimea Can.. in nostrils.: Snuff : t f {
about the room. will gladly answer any questionyou yon-the most beautiful canyon in well back.Speed- at Q':{ T: JH
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ilyitstarts4vital .f 3 !J
It was a cozy, nicely furnished care to ask. the world. More beautiful, in my actions: Helps -I-
room-typically a man's idea of "I think I'm beginning to under- opinion, than the Grand Canyon of 1) Thin out thick mucus; 2)

what a comfortable living-room in a stand," Zorie said, "It's either your the Colorado. I sincerely hope you Soothe irritated membranes; ,

mountain cabin should be. life or mine. Isn't that true?" will live to see a Waimea sunrise, 4)3))Reduce Stimulate swollen local passages blood; _

\ He carried her through this room "Only partly, Miss Corey. It is if this rain will only stop. You will supply to"sick"area.Every .w

I and into the one beyond, a smaller really a little more comprehensivethan see it from this window. The edge breath brings' quick, wcIcomerclieJ.Jarstubes30f.
room at the back of the house. that. If you should be set of the canyon is only a hundredfeet .' ; -

SOJT Mr. Lanning gently set Zorie in a free, you can say so many dangerous away. From this window, the r

I chair beside a window. He closed things, not only about me but view is superb." MENTHOLATUMFotMiiot

the living-room door and lighted a about other people." i He went around the table and

MINOR CUTS CA/BURNS! kerosene lamp on the table. 'But if I disappear, how will that opened the window. 1

; Here's a blessing to have on He sat down in a chair facing her. be explained?" "We don't have to blackout here,"

hand for emergency use in taking He looked her over with anxious so- and it is Mr. Lanning said. "There is noth- ?
"Many people disappear
care of minor abrasions, licitude. the but WfulSufIe'l
ing across canyon swampy
burns bruises never explained.
non-poisonous
Fi I, Insect bites, chafing, sunburn, Then her wavering eyes returnedto "How will Amber's death be explained wilderness. Of all the dreary re ACHES norms IF
etc. Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Oil ,Mr. Lanning's flushed face and ?" strictions of modern warfare, the RHEUMATISMNEURITIS.LUMBAGO '
the formula of a lon -cx- steadied. Strength and courage one I detest the most is the black- aw
perienced railroad surgeon His eyebrows went up.UBut my "
came back in a flood. She told her- out.
P and a recommended family dear Miss Corey, I thought that was
He returned to his chair. He had
self she would not revert to her old
stand-by for years! Soothes... quite obvious to you. You are sucha
tends to promote nature's healing self! She had won that fight! She clever lady I sometimes another drink. The level in the bot-
young
processes. Use only as di- wasn't afraid! No matter what hap- with tle had already gone down amazingly. i
rected. At your druggist's, in pened, she would not let her old forget you've had no" experience Zorie recalled the seven or eight
three different sizes. meekness return! this sort of thing. cocktails he had had before dinner. i

The precautions he had taken were "Are you saying," Zorie gasped, His eyes were as clear, his hands I
alarming. If he merely intended to "that her death will be blamed on and his voice and evidently his brain Large BottleU.m imaai122Small!! ,) Size 60t :.
*eunoii:m OUT AS OIIECIED*
detain her while to her me? were as steady as if he hadn't 0
a question AT Ul coDa DBOC 5I08IJ( it IT Mil H Itcupt If price I
I he would have untied her hands and "But it is already blamed on drop. MeiEii DROC co.. I... Mcisflnnu 4. rioiiBiGems I
feet. And something in his manner, you!" he said, as if he were greatly (TO BE CONTINUED), '.

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-.1 at Paris France, Is driving a did program is sure to mold them, touch us all on this first Friday in this world, have so little to actually
f!... ... ........................................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: weapon carrier and at last reportwas he believes, into a more businesslike Lent, with a deepened discovery of I be happy about. The least wo can I+

getting along fine even tho' | group of farmers than their what the Everlasting Mercy expects do is to attempt to alleviate the

probably anxious to get home. fathers. I of us when our hands are clasped in I worries that beset them. (, ,

With I He pointed out tho continued need prayer: ; and opened In compassion. Her attitude toward her job as \

CLEWISTON COMMUNITY: of conservation and the patronage I Rev. D. C. Hancock. counselor is, of course, a naturalone
I but the things that has en-
CHURCH I of canning kitchens to prevent waste --- ---
David C. ,Hancock, Minister [ of ,vegetables in the fields after the I AblingPirkleContinued deared her to the personnel, is her a
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Our Boysin regular harvest. "Maybe everyone I willingness to do more than is expected i

SUNDAY, FEB. 4., 1945 : I has plenty of these things" Mr. of her. Shortly after' her '-"'.'
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.I I Clements said, "but the food record I ( trota page 1) transfer, Mrs. Dilley sensed the need r

theSer'JIlCe E. Gcrlcke, superintendent. Classesfor of the South doesn't indicate it. book. of recreatolnal activities which i
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all ages.Morning I I Records prove that the South is not I After a wedding trip, the couple would encourage a feeling of unity \ '\:

Worship, 11:00 a. m. A well-fed." The speaker also urged will reside at 206 Barfield highway, among the emplcyees of distant I'
I
I nursery for small children is con- that all, at this dinner reconsecrate: Pahokee. "Siberia." '
ducted by the Mothers' Club at the I themselves to 'a program of self- Mrs. from Lake So she instigated a belated "houte J, \
graduated
Abling ''
Community Center."Cooperation I denial in order that more can be Worth High School in 1937 and from warming, ,appointed committees, ,
for supervised their arrangements, and is
provided our fighting
men over-
1Thos I Or Suicide? Is the Emory University School of Nurs- )
last month after working hours l
... ...;.:-+:..:-+:..: ..x..:.. ...: :..x.-+:+:....:-+: I theme of the minister's sermon. This ing and took post-graduate work at Building 118 rang with the unaccustomed I' :
f_<_! the first u___ in n_ a. series of sermons on seas.World Bellevue Hospital, New York She sound of dance music
"Tho Cost of World Order." S was formerly director of nursing
M. "Mutt" Waldron. Jr., DayS mingled with the voices of employees ;
Westminster Fellowship meeting, activities for the Palm Beach County -I
vfcrrived home the latter part of last I getting really acquainted for the I
6:00 p. m. II chapter of the American Red "
week for a ten-day leave from the I I (Continued from tfage 1) first time.
abide in God's
2r'avy after several months service in To all who wish to Croes. I I s
I It Takes Cooperation
the hourly trials of bombed homes, ;
I Abling attended the Cincinnati
'the South Pacific since last he was
some nine months ago. On that love.To all who are. weary and would separated families rigid rationingand Conservatory of Music. He enlisted]I I There have been other get-togeth- r t
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yet twice Inserted specific pray- era since then and each a bigger' i
occasion: Mutt had lost his ship, and find rest. in ,the Coast Guard in September,
ras able to come home for a few To all who are lonely and seek. ers for living "without panic." Foras 1942 and. received an' honorable I!! success than Its predecessor. The i!
friendship. a committee their office was Formerly of employees give the credit to their :
ays while a new ship was being I discharge July, 1944. '/
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'Olltfitted., This time his ship came To all who strive to know the utterly destroyed twice by enemy Lake Worth, he Is now associated I.| popular counselor while she in turn ,
mind of Christ and walk in His way action and the windows of the new says, "Every one is so cooperative,
with M. Pahokee, as
P.
Inc.
3n for, repairs and he had a chance Gate ,' -* 13
>to come: home again even for such I'I entend a cordial welcome. I Iwo 1 I room in which they wrote overlooked an accountant. that we can't help but have a good
that dramatic bombed area In time on or off the job.
5i short time. He flew most of the '
Future Farmers Hold front, of St. Paul's Cathedral now 'It's quite evident that Edith
Vay from Seattle. Former Resident-
I Ii completely levelled to the ground. ; Dilley is a "natural" for her mo'
Mutt is looking swell but at- I from The offering received at this serv- rale-building job. Hers is an enviable I'
tI I'agre i)
tiibutes Chat to plenty of food and ice, continues ,the influence of this (Continued from Pago l' disposition that is cheerful

t-o..b.e fact that he has yet to be lu'combat i head of the vocational agriculture. I World Day of Prayer throughoutthe sonnel Division to the NAS "suburbs -I but well tempered with downtoI -

although he has travelled work. other 364 days of the year. It hum. I earth common sense. We could all .-
and to
things began
:;as ora'%' as the Philippines. Mr. Clements' talk was brief but]I is used to support a four-fold pro |1'I'do with a bit more of that combinai -

It's good to Tiave you home "Mutt'and : to the point as he urged the supportof gram: ((1)) Work; with migranti "Goes To Bat" i i tion as we embark upon the journey ,
here's hoping you'll be back to:: parents and citizens in the Future -i i I I groups and share-croppers providing At'first. the blonde vivacious ex-.iof I 1945. ,

Stay before many months have pass- Farmer work] citing many I| clinics, nurses, playgrounds school teacher from Pennsylvania, -------- '' :_.
qa. examples of their accomplishments I I I child-care centers, and religious found plenty to do by simply lend- l I : 1.:10.l 1"1
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in war work on the home front and :I services in 24 states; (2)) Maintaining ing a sympathetic ear to the' as- -" ""
'Gns Cantrell, jr., of the U. S. on the battle fronts and their aims I religious directors in seven gov- sorted problems which poured into {, J. F.CLAY

Wavy, stationed at Jacksonville, re- and mottos as club members which ; ernment Indian schools; (3)) Sup- her "crying room." However she General Repair, 1'la.steiing and
'turned to 'his base this week after mold them into better citizens plying Christian literature for non- soon proved her worth by "going TO I Block Work

:spending" a brief leave with his parents whether they decide to be farmers Christian countries; (4)) Support bat" for her people who had legiti-i I. Chimney Work Specialty '

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Cantrell. or not in later :vears. Farmers of of Union Christian, Colleges in the mate suggestions for the improve- I Moore Haven. FIn.
S 1 i the future, he said, are the Future I Orient. I j-lii"I i ment of their working conditions.As IM I

?vt. Lucian Wolff also left this I I Farmers of today ''and their splen-i i: May quickening spiritual power she put it "So ,many people in
week for his new location at La I

"Mulr Field, California, after spending + % --
a fifteen day leave with Mrs. \ ,

"XVblff. Lucien had his basic training I '\
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at Keesler' Field. (.-, j
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Air, Cadet Dan Beardsley became +
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.Lt. Dan Beardsley with the receiptt S
,>t his wings' at the training field at r 2r11r !!?rrr+ierw>w

Albany Ga., Thursday morning He

'expected leave as soon as, hegraduated y'
Yro a I l+w. Irk
and his parents are hop- r a ,
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lmg: "he'll roll in very shortly ,
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A few weeks ago we reported Cpl.

)tie Rathcock as being back in the k

'j7 S. for hospitalization after serv- .," ,
:\ng in France and were unable to ( I "

(earn, at that time whether he' was "

:suffering from injuries or Illness. : D \' '

"His sister, Miss Gervis Hathcock, 1tf.h! : 1
has since heard from him and finds ,

"( hat an ulcerated stomach caused ; ; I
:his transfer back to the States. His

now under treatment at Thomas- '
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fllle, Ga. I
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EI >ertyHok'er, Seaman First ;,- (
ass with the U. S. Navy land-

f 3aed in the'-Marshall Islands,, has '" r' 1

almost completed his oversea time

iand Is hoping that he'll be granted : "/
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H leave very shortly and his broth- ;
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-*i%, J. D., ARM 3-c, is now stationedn :; /

? Memphis, Tenn., after many -', '
Months in Jacksonville as a radar

Instructor at the Naval Air Station.T !: '.
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