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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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'December 3, 15MH PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCJ.RCU1ATING



HROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNT1

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Corn Price Down VISIT, IN ATLANTA Christmas Hours VISIT THE SPENCERSMiss We
i Mr. ;and Mrs. Chester Jfetchelor I! Kathleen Spencer and Fran- County

left Friday, November 26, for Atlanta cis O'Brien returned to Miami

. Without Reason Georgia, where Mr. Batche- Set Post Office Springs Friday where both are Are Living In So
lor is aitending a Manager's meeting -| teachers at Miami Springs Junior ,
of Life of Georgia Insurance High School following a Thanksgiving i'I

Celery] Is Steady Company. Mrs Batchelor will be | The Canal "Point Post Office will visit with her parents, Mr. I Say SpeakersPalm
the guest of :![rs. Irene Johnson:: observe the following hours beginning I and Mrs. Jack Spencer, in Pahokee.
r I and family injllakey, Georgia, and Saturday, December 11: I They were accompanied to Miami
i Without) a good Iknown reason the Mrs. Kelly DuBose and family at" Saturday, December 11 8:00 Springs by' Jane Spencer who I Beach County U one of.
f. price .xf.sweet corn hit a new low, Albany_, Georgia.Larrimore. a.m. to 6:00 p.m. I spent; the weekend with tier sister. the greatest county's in America.The .
this week,and growers wen pessimistic --- Monday, December 13 through h. county is fourth in America in
, r few days. The price Monday was a 600.: PahokeE1ks To facts and many more pointing out
"alow $2.i)0" and even dropped Monday, December 20 through the advantages of living In Palm
down t. $1.7 per crate on Tuesday. Curb Gutter WorkLarrimore Thursday, December 23 8:00: a-m. Hold ShootThe Beach County were brought to the
White com was bringing an ex- to 6:00: p.1ILBeglnnlnc Turkey attention of members of the KIwanis -
tra fifty .cents per bushel and on + I December 24 the post i Club\ in West Palm Beach
Monday it was quoted at $UO per Road construction office will resume normal schedule. Tuesday by two speakers. One
crate. The demand has been called Elks Club in Pahokee will speaker Cecil S. Farrar
work is progressing nicely this The Zip Code for Canal Point is33438.Edythe manager
moderate dnriiyr the week. I hold a turkey shoot on Thursday of the Resources ,Development
week with the fair weather the Smith, Postmaster
While corn seemed to be in the Glares has been for Friday and Saturday, December 16, Board and the other Robert Pryor
enjoying several .
11'i 17 and 18, according to Dr. Ames
doghouse, celery was in good demand days. Rubin Construction Company county agricultural agent were
as the Christmas season ap- of West Palm Beach, contractors who heads the committee. Proceeds strong in their praise for the coun-
i proached. The demand has been, Streets Patched from the shoot will go to the Harry ty they call home.
.en the job, are making good i t.
i Anna Children's home Dr. I
good and the market, has been headway with the construction ofcurb Ames I The many advantages of living'in \
steady on the delectable weed with I sad gutter work on the new Of Pahokee said.Because I the county such as excellent
the price holding at $3.00 to 350. road. 'f City the week act for the schools, fine churches plenty of
A few days last week brokers were ,This week construction of curb shoot will come at one of the busiest golf courses, tennis facilities, sports !
scratching their heads and wondering seasons of the year, Dr. Ames I and waterways, were lilted by the
and started the north
gutter
on I Streets in the City of Pahokee Is anxious that volunteers make
where ,
they would getenough two speakers who commanded the I
end of the contract and also on the
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which were torn by the construe- their assistance available to him
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to fill their orders. attention
celery rapt of their audience.
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south end of the Job. Officials of I
Radishes were moving on the County Agent Pryor said that '
the construction concern said this (ISy.tem. have '--teen patched and I Elk and want to help in a worthy '
Belle Glade and Pahokee market at week farmers are the biggest businessmen -
that the work will be rushed
90 cents per crate. Cukes of the to completion. again citizens ;caa get from one cause, just call Dr. Ames and let I and at the same time the biggest .
best variety were' in good demand place to another without running him know; Jle will be happy to hearfrom I gamblers in the county, mean- .

with the price standing at: $3.25.tD r the risk of ruining their car. you. ing of course,that they Invest, millions ,
$3.50 bushel The streets have\ een in one .. and risk
per .41. annually their money
Golden Rams Win months with \
On Monday of this week the demand grand mess for many against the frosts and floods that
for beans was COOC114\ the the sewerage construction work may consume their investments.
, price was nearly .s food as It was Aiuiual Battle And going ,on.,- Complaints have been Jtardin. Am WorkGoing ., ....>Prior said "One-third of th. dollars -
*""*"* beard on every hand 6 nothing ... .
last week. Monday Harvesters sold I ""'1' coming Into the county come
\: for $5.00 and $5.50 -- a dollar under much Was done about them until Curb from agriculture. Sitting at the top
, the high price of last week. I the Young TrophyIn the past. ten days when the repair I I Along, ; is agriculture. Palm Beach County
been carried
' work out.
Acorn squash were selling this I It has is the fourth largest vegetable
t week for $2.50 while peppers were I .. I' Gutter Started county in the world and the largestin
moving in light quantities at $6.00. the f annual Thanksgiving eve I sugar cane production."

". gridiron battle between Pahokee John Davis HurtIn He pointed out that agriculture
Blue Devil and the Belle Glade I Belvedere Construction Companyof I keeps up with advances in equipment I J
Art Director At Golden Rams, the Bill) Young Trophy West Palm Beach with the and methods. I.
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went to the Belle Glade 'team Car Mishap cooperation of the weather is at I
last Wednesday night following an last making a, showing/ in the con CAROLINA VISITORS
Baptist ChurchDr. Interesting battle between the two struction of Rardin'' Avenue in Pa
J. L. Bums of Mr. and
teams which ended with Pahokee oil, John Davis, one'of' the operators hokee. All the muck has been removed Orlando
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the short end of a 14 to 7 score. of the Gulf Station in Pahokee > and Lake 'Okeechobee fill Mrs. R. Story \Charleston E
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Karl Steele art department The score was tied at the half, across the street from the Steak *has replaced that to a depth of I Carolina, and iHJs mother, .

I I director of WheatonCollege,Wheaton # and a superior defense and a crush- i House, I I. In Good Samaritan IIos-1 I nearly three feet*. Waking a splendid I 1.1ln.returned Annie to their Story homes, of Jacksonville this week I',
Illinois, wjl draw two religious Ing ground game gave ,the Rams : pital in West Palm Beach in serious foundation for the new and I '
scenes, in the Canal Point the victory on their home field., condition following an auto-,modern piece of highway. I following a visit with Mr. Charles
Baptist Church Saturday evening Along with the ,victory went the truck crash east of Canal Point One of the ,State Road 'Depart I Story is and children and Mrs. Story,
and again Sunday morning. Dr. I I Bill Young Trophy, which Is offered -. Tuesday night. merit officials said this week that who a patient at Everglades
L.
i Steele is well known for his real annually by the Pahokee f#' The Injured man was driving stabilization t>>f the hauled-ln fill I Memorial Hospital Mrs. J.
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Burns remained In Pahokee to
f life scenes and lighting effects U. Lion Club. west'on US 98 at the intersectionof has been completed and this week
her
with her during
k produce depth perception. Belle' Glade was in pesession of i Hatton Highway when he crashed they started building curb and gut valescence.TO daughter. con
Dr.Steele b in Florida as a guest the trophy for winning last year's I Into the rear of a truck driven ter. He pointed out that plans call ,I. .
, ()f the Florida Baptist Convention game and the presentation this by Sammy Williams of Belle Glade. for the start of the curb and gutter MANAGE MOTEL .
for the "Church Related Vocations year was made by Pshokee Mayor I The truck driven by Williams was construction at Fifth Street and ,\

... Conference" currently being held Duncan Padgett and President of I turning onto the highway from the proceed toward Bacom Point Road. k Mrs. Vehra Elliott of Naples, a .
.!; in West Palm Beach and will be the Pahokee Lions Club George I Osceola Farms turn-off when the On Tuesday of last week it was former Pahoke resident,'moved to """
the guest of the local: church over Ruhl.. ,.., I accident happened. necessary for the phone company Orlando Thursday, where she will
the weekend. I to re-lay one of its cables becauseit
i. According to information from manage a motel owned by her son,
t'l'a' The entire community is (invitedto the Highway Patrol, the Davis car wasn't down deep enough to miss Lt. Ronald B. Elliott, of Orlando.
share in this spiritual experience Boys School Head skidded 160 feet before the crash all the construction equipment beIng II' B I''

'f.ff \\.. Saturday evening and.for all Junior and another 90 feet afterward narrowly used on the street. 'HOME FROM TRIP
;j' and senior high school students missing the canal. .
then will be a youth fellowship after Speaks To Women Mr., and Mrs. James II. Wilkinson
I the service Saturday evening in .. .1Il and children, Beverly, Kathy
. the recreation room directed by the the State Banks Show and Jimmy, and Steve Hawk returned (
r youth council of the church. Members wom-I Junior Sunday from a camping trip ,
l. an's Club heard W. )f. Suit, College at Magnolia Ranch near Orlando
ATTEND BALL GAME intendent of the Florida School for I Gain Assets where they spent the Thanksgiving

f Mike Watkins and his guest Fred Boys Okeechobee, speak at their I Singers Present holidays.
Sullivan, both students at Auburn Wednesday luncheon meeting, November I
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University accompanied by Miss 24. Mr. Suit was introducedby Assets of state chartered banks VISIT IN GEORGIAMrs.
t Becky Maekey, Joined Mike's parents Mrs. a M. Todd,education department Messiah SundayThe and trust companies reached $2677,822,823 ,-
and Mrs. Ada-
Paul Tillery
chairmanMrsu in November, State
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins, '
in Gainesville Saturday where they Ray Ursry, Mrs. Paul Sass Comptroller Fred 0. Dickinson re- line Wroten left Wednesday for a
attended the University of Florida- ser, Mrs. W. C. Wheeler, Mrs. Sarah -! Palm Beach Junior College ported recently.Comptroller I.visit with relatives In Georgia and
','J'. Florida State University football. Hendriekson, Wri. Ora Powell Singers under the direction of Dr. Dickinson In his capacity ,I Alabama. They plan to return to
game. and Mrs. James Weeks were welcomed Butterworth will present theI as State Banking Commissioner Pahokee in a week..
--. as new members. I Christmas section of the Messiahby said that the latest report I -
J HOME FROM HOSPITAL Members were reminded of the Handel in the Sanctuary of the of the banks showed gains in assets -I MRS. RAHEV HOME
Mrs. Floyd Erickson returned to defensive driving course to be l I First Baptist Church of Pahokee on of more than $181 million over Mrs. George Ramey has returnedto

. \ her home in Canal Point Tuesday, taught at the club by the Florida Sunday, December 5, at 8:00 p.m. the past year.Dickinson her home in Pahokee following
\_ t. November 23, from Bethesda Memorial Highway Patrol after the first of A number of young people! from i noted too, that the I several weeks stay in Rockledge, I,
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Hospital, Boynton, where the year.'Tbe course is being sponsored the Glades area are, in the choir I current total revealed increases of where she eared for her grandchildren
she had been recuperating from in- by the Woman's Club. and their parents and friends will more than $82 million In assets In wbile'ber daughter, Mrs.Hugh
cries received In a recent car acci Mrs. Gene Seffivm was wel- welcome the opportunity to bear I I these institutions since the, start of I Miller III', recuperated from recent
dent. comed aa a guest. them at this time. the new fiscal year July 1., surgery.






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Viola Allen of Okeechobee and I n aches'Draw:

Henry! B. Allen of Canal Point Bsrmond'! W.1. Km"htWHEN
TouristS
attended schools in Canal P&intandPahokee. JVIhny '
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Th:'. bridegroont is the, son of! Tallahassee Florida beaches t _:_

Mr. andMrs. NoahlResmondo)? 639S.E. continued' to be' the big drawing

4th St:, Belle Glade. He attended card for tourists in 196'4'

Beite. Glade, High School and is The 'Florida .Devel pment Com-

present1t; ,employed as mId fore mission in its annual tourist study I'0

JL1i11 man for Resmoudo Sod: Strrict< ,. programv showed thai during the

Inc, Belle Glide. past'year 64pef cent tf all visitor

Given in marriage by her father;, said they looked fotward to swimming -

the bride wore a streetlengthsleeveless and beaches during their : TOW ARE REAnT TO .
white lace cotton dress Florida vacation. BUY OR SELL ratn&tFAKu:
The Rardin Building, In Canal. Point Florida I tourists
", with matching'accessories and at Morethan 14.4 million OE! ACRKAGE. CALX.COUS
J' :. THE.LAKE OKEECHOBEELREGION HOME OF white orchid corsage.. visited Florida in' O64. the' report IN THVE.MON'D.PUONE ".
Mrs' Gene 'Allinj cousin of' the I shows. This was an increase of

:: <.: 'fRR ItVE.RGEkD.If8NNW'S- brider w....matron, of. honor*> ..She- 276,000 over the pjevious 12-month- : : 844-1S5S
: wore a street-length blue crepe period.The commission is now pre P. 0'..BOX 14zo't., /.

l y Serving the Lake Okeechobae.Farmtng' Region.; :Without, dress with'matching accessories and j dftting IB millions win visit the- I lloR'I'P ALH'n&A01.) ,
't, Interruption Every Week for 40 Years her corsage also featured a white state during 196& FLORIDACLASSIFIED

iIi):!":" Established MArch 11, 1924 Published Every Friday orchid. Closely ranked behind the beac&V of

1 At Canal Point, Florida 3343* Following a honeymoon ,on an es as a source of looked-for-fun was '
4 island, off the Florida West Coast the state's"atmeaphere for'relaxation .6 oZ.) 'I
Volume 41 Number 38-- December 3, 1065
, near Fbrt MersMr.. and Mrs. 'and fun." The commission'said

.<," The Everglades News Is Entered the Post Office Brownell are now at their home in 44 per cent'sount.out'that facet of ADS PAY
f#: In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter Canal Point. Florida life. BXfi:U1V1LM5S3D8WWW&WMWW4W&

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r, Smithy! Smith of Lake Harbor servedas
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,', Traditional wedding- music was
'. The home of r Mr. and Mr*. Edvijifd playeoVby' Mt s.' Margaret McKfn-
oj : Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 BelteGlade. j
Culberson at 4 IS. Cypress ley of Belle Glade Mrs. Payer McDowell .' ,
Avenue'was the scene,of the,double of Pahbktr ,sang "I' Love '
ring, ceremony uniting!Mrs., BettyeC. You Truly" and "Because", accompanied 0 SALES: and SERVICE

..Woods,and ,Everett L., Smith in by Mrs. McKinley. {
marriage, on Thursdays November After' a wedding'' trip, through Heating Air Conditioning1 Appliances ?z

4i at.1, p-m. Elder,Horace Lowe of Florida'and South Georgia,..the couple M1 *

Oksechobee officiated.The bride is i will make their home.at 640 4* fJ 4 4 *iHMCtFor"Whoo
tha daughter 11411;Pearl Culber- I Bacom Point Road in Pahokee.' ,

aon of Pahokee. The groom is the ---- -. -.- .- .-..- ...
eon of Mrs. Ella,Wilson ,of ,Canal I
Ppfnt Miss Edna ,Allen,

Tlie' candlelight\ ceremony' took 'Weds:, N. BrownellMiss A. j' f '. '
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placer before rtftea fireplace ,which .
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Edna Lenora 'Allen of Canal

gkdiolii Point and Napoleon (Nappy Brow .," ,
,'the' brfd"wore a 'street length nell of Belle Glade united- I II
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sheath' dress of bIde lace"with1 a I, r ...
marriages ar> simple"double-ring EVERYBDDY V y '
mlat "-,jacket and"'white, accessories. '
ceremony held,in the pastorlum of .. .
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covered with'.a' bouquet of 'yel1 w Friday, NOT 12,.. at: 7:30 p.m* The ,
carnation' The Bible was av wed- ..
couple repeated their vow; after m-
.dng gift'front the groomr: Rev. Lawrence Stuart in the'pre. .
'. The'brldd.chose as her attendant sence of members of the two'fam- .;.iJ "I"'

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fc How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit BM? cheek' every six months for the lifo of the Bond.
ju With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into 'You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
"' $25.00 fourteen month faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
:; Your savings"increase faster because your Bondsmature income .living, ezpensea. while; E Bonds build a
: in just 7 yean, 9 months. neat egg for the future. That why'many retired
people bow H'Bends: and families saving for,say, a
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period education i
.okflds buy E Bonds.
lays the.same but more interest pdt yon*each ._
sir months.With both:S: andH,Bond the newts (bin what deaea&Inatiotu can I buy series B and xriesyoorBoBd
'ti works one! %forthe firat ye r and a'baM; SIB H.Ba'daT
:- a 4% each year+ to maturity.fe liB ?Beads (cost $11."), i$0 (cost $37'0); ), S100
..' When did the new... become effective? (cost',$79.00)), $290 (cost 150.00), $500
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Mr. and Mrs. R.,D.'Cheatwood .Z Miss Elinor Brackiiu was the I University DeLand, spent the..
Lakeland., 0 guest of her parents, Mrr.and Mrs. Thanksgiving'weekend: : with her>
j I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I Mrs. Lon Wilson will leave.West Loyd Brackfn in Eagle Cake daring parents, Ber.. and Mrs. Guthrie.
Palm Beach, by plane today for a ,the Thanksgiving hdidajrs., She Colvard,,in Pahokee.
two-week visit with her daughter, and her parents also visited Mr. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr.,

wwwww Mrs. B. Elliott, and granddaughters and Mrs. J. B..W oodhaJJ1 in. Staart.Mr. and Mrs- Lewis Collita were her

'.I Mr. and Mrs. Carney Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parker of Jack Lonna and Lora, in Hender- and Mrs. Bob Hasty and chil- parents, Mr. and Mrai Robert M.
?'t I children of Delray Beach were the sonville were the Thanksgiving sonville, North Carolina, whilMr.Elliott dren of Orlando were: visitors in Johaionv of St. Petersburg and his
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'1 C. L. Wilder, for the recent holi and I 1 'Mrs. J. P. Parker, in Canal Miss Linda Nix' of West Palm weekend. of Pahokee and Mrs..R. E. Griff.

r-; days. Point. Beach spent this past weekend as Miss Ruth Colvard: of Stetson of West: Palm
J. D. Latham has returned to Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson and
1 the'guest of Miss Debora Gross. I .
I his home in Canal Point from Everglades Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parrish wete Mrs. Bill Unwin underwent surgery -|I ---"-,----- -- -- '''--- ''''' -
Memorial Hospital where he the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
I Thursday at Good Samaritan | ':
{ was a patient for several days. Bob Maxson and son, Todd, in Boca Hospital, We.st Palm Beach. Beachz.A'
Miss Jann Plumer, Stetson University Raton. Charles '
Brown is a patient at ,
student at DeLand, spent Miss Linda Reid of Florida Everglades Memorial, Hospital. I '.,
Thanksgiving Day with her par. Southern College ,n Lakeland has .,. ,
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Mrs, W. D. Reid. \
Mrs. W. S. Cross has returned to T "
her home in Canal Point followinga I Mrs. C. M. Stanfield of Orlando 1' ,
after golfbeer
stay in Everglades Memorial. was the overnight guest of her =1'Mr. ..'i ,:<
Hospital.Mr. [ niece, Mrs. Paul Rardin and Mr. '
and Mrs. David Ramey I and Rardin on Thanksgiving. tha ona.! .. :,
daughter, Deanna, of Cocoa were I Mr. and Mrs. James Chaplin of ,
the Thanksgiving Day guests of .St. Petersburg were the holiday I for good tas..e. r. iU J!
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ru. guests of her parents, Mr. and i
pert Mock and Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Joe Thompson, in Pahokee. and Mrs1. C. R. Wetherington gooti, l.
Ramey, in Pahokee. Rev. Walter Cross and son, Paul, i of Pahokee announce the arrival of I ,.. .. ,#
W. M. DuBose has returned to of Frostproof were the overnight a son on Wednesday, December, ,
1 Jacksonville' following a holiday I guests last Thursday'of his father, at Everglades Memorial Hospitalin r
visit with ,his wife, Mrs. W. M.I W, S. Cross, fn Canal Point and Pahokee.

DuBose, in Pahokee. visited his ,mother, Mrs. W.. S. --- -, ..,. i 'jm
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to her home after spending local hospital. Jlt: lZ'i'ffiL ,ffi /\,
several weeks in New York and Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis and ;

Canada. Mrs. Frank Tillis and sons were .
Rev. and Mrs. Trevette Weeks joined by Mrs. Lila Jaudon and PRINCE THEATRE .-

and children of Graceville were the daughter, Jane, and ,Mr. and Mrs.' ",.-- .. -.... ,
holiday guests of her mother, Mrs. Roger Jaudon on the banks of the I I'AnOKEE, FLA., ... .'... ...:" ,
David Hautz and Mr. Hautz and Kissimmee River for a ,Thanksgiving
his father, J. G. Weeks and Mrs. Day picnic. I SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAl '
Weeks. Mrs. II. M. Mcintosh and Miss After a hard'played 18 holes, it's good,to :, '

Mrs. Karl Kolstad is a patient at Julia Mathis spent the recent holidays December 5, 6, 7"What's 'T' settle down on a soft chair in the clubhouse : t'
Lakeland General Hospital where visiting with Mr. and. Mrs. O. I
and add the with friends. :
she underwent surgery Monday. M. Corbin in Fort Myers. New m up score
I Mrs. Fonnie Taylor of Dothan, What better time for the drink that scores with,
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law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
-Starring- Yes, beer's to relax with for refreshment
Thelmon Rayburn and family. great great

Classified AdsFOR Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Walker and Peter O'Toole great for taste. So_ whatever your sport- \
children of Orlando were the
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Thanksgiving guests of his parents, Peter Sellers boating or baseball-swimming or tennis-relax .

SALE: Panel Truck. 1965 Mr. and Mrs..W. R. Walker, in Pa. af'-rwards with the zestful taste of beer.

Econoline Van, Ford, less than hokee. (IN,COLOR)' ,

6,000 miles. 2 air conditioners, extra Mr. and Mrs. Gibb Grosshad, as ___: '.i- _____ __ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. @
front seat. A buy for business i their, Thanksgiving holiday guests l II }.M p.O. BOX 273. WINTER PARK.FLORIDA
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tious person full or spare time. 'f '.-: '. ,
Supply Rawleigh famous products .
in Palm Beach County or Canal if "-." ,.
Point. Can earn $125 per week. ;r A. '\ '
V Write Rawleigh, FA K 615 1124, .. '. .a .. ''
Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 17 pd. '

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The Everglades News? Look at
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the paper and it shows when your !
subscription expires. Renew today.
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FOR SALE: New and Used Willys ''
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Gang '- 4 c''

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Lawrence Stewart, Pastor :Guthrie,W., Covard, Pa |pr '

SUNDAY: SUNDAY quirements May Be Whether You Are
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School .9:45 a.'p.-Sunday School) During DecemberCANAL
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11 00 a. _Morning'Worship
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6:30: p. hi.-Training Union 6,00 p. m.-Evening Wpr hip Buying, Building, Selling or Refinancing

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 6:45 m.-Training Union POINT 1
WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY p. : At, Everglades Federal Savings And
December 3, 9 a.m. to 1 pjn.
7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting
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7:30 p. m.-.Prayer. .. L.O.F.C..Packing House, Friday, Loan Association You Are Assured Of
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I December 3, from 2:00 to p.m
First MethodistChurch The Methodist CJiurch I Glades Truck Stop and Restaurant -

PahokeeJohn Canal Point FloridaEdward Friday, December 3, 3:30 to Fast, Fair Commitments .. .. Prompt '

5:00 p.m.PAHOKVE. .
Service And Low Cost.
A. Brlley, Pastor F. Norton Pastor : "

SUNDAY: i SUNDAY: (A.& P.S ore on East ,Main Str-; ,
9:45: a. m.-Church School .9.45.a. m.-Sunday School eet on Saturday, December 4, 10:
11:00 a. m.-Morning'Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I I a.m. to 12 Noon and 4:00 to 8:00 ,
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship J:45 p. m.-Evening Worship>> I Let Your Savings :

.. .. TUESDAY: J I p.m.State Farmers' Market on State
8:00IP.: m.-Woznan'a Society. Market Road, Tuesday, December
Holy Nativity 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 7 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Earn More4Pct. "
ChurchPahokee : Connell'i Grocery Store at Silver -
Episcopal
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meting City and Canal Point, Tues-
.. .. day, December 7, 6:00: to 8:00 p.m.I

ChurchOf Pahokee Post Office, Wednesday,
I Rev. William Pickets, Ylcir South Side December 8, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

SUNDAY Christ Bryant's Sugar, Camp, Wednes-
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8:00 A. M.-Holy. Communloa day, December 8, 4:00: to 6:00 p.m.. .

\ .. Belle Glade across from McClure's Quarters Cor. Eisen-
Bowling Alley on Rd. 60 hower and i Jefferson, Thursday,
10.00 a. m.-Bible Study December 9, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Payable Semi-Annually
Minimize Cleaning 11:00 a. m.-Mornlng..Worship l Thriftway Supermarket, Rardin,
6:30 In.-Evening Service Avenue, Thursday, December "
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Of Your Stove OvenVapor 7:30 p.p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 4 p.m to 8 p.m. 9'1 Everglades Federal
Pahokee Post Office, Friday,.
cember 10,10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
I and 'I Pahokee Baptist Corner of Fourth and Rardin Savings And Loan Association
grease December 10 4
Mission Avenue, Friday, ,
\ your oven lining are to 8 p.m.Bank .
to if clean them off
remove yon of Pahokee, Saturday, De- ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
frequently. But the best way to Rev Horace Burgner
cember 11, 2'p.m. to 7 p.m.
keep your oven clean is to prevent (Meets at the Pahokee Woman'sClub Pahbkee Camp Old Project on LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

apatters. ) Belle Glade Road, Tuesday, Decem-
For example, minimize spatters SUNDAY ber 14, from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE
when roasting meat by using mod 945 a. m.Sunday School Pahokee Health Department,

erate temperatures. Miss Mary 11:00 Am..-Morning Worship Wednesday, December 15, 11 aon.
Todd, Palm Beach County Extension : 6:30 m.-B.T.C.
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Home Economist, says you'll 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship, Streamline Frenchie Johnson's I __ ___
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degrees) temperatures anyway Jo 7:30 p. m.-Mldweek.;Prayer ,i ber 16, 4 pan. to 8 p.m. Church Of Christ St. Mary's Catholic
retain the meat juices and nutri- ServiceThe :. Section 29, Thursday, December -' ChurchFather

ents. .. .. 16, from 3:00 to 8:00 pan 125 N. W. Avenue D
If you use foil to catch spatters, McGouirks Store, Friday. December -: Plume WY 6-886T Francis ;Fennech Pastor
t ,Miss/Todd: advises you to place it Pahokee ChurchOf 17, 3:00: to &:00 p.m. i Belle Glade Fla. Sunday Maw- 11:30 a. m. "".'
on the rack below,the pan. Foil un The Nazarene Pelican Lake Sugar Camp, Friday SUNDAY SERVICES Confessions before Mau *
the oven floor might inhibit heat I f December 17, 5:30 to 6:30 p.nt.Kennedy' 110:00.. m.- :Bible Study .-...
I circulation. However, some manufacturers Store, Friday, December 11:00 a. m-riMornlng Worship
Rev. ,Willard Kllpatrlck ,
are now calibrating The Church Of God
17,7:00 to 9:00: p.m. 7:30 ,p. ,m.-Evening Worship
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433 Bacom Point Rd.
; ovens to allow for specially. made .Everglades Camp, Saturday, De- WEDNESDAY
Of Prophecy PahoUee
'foil liners. Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 88*. ,
cember 18, 4:00: to 9:00
p.m. 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study
You don't need to pre-heat the SUNDAY SERVICES: ,- .. Rev..S. N. Allen
broiler grid and pan when' broiling 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mr. and Mrs.'Leonard Brown and 2500 E. Main St.
> meats or fish. In fact, your 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship children of West Palm Beach spent Pahokee
grid will be much easier to cleanif 6:30 p. m.-.Juniors Thanksgiving dajrwith her parents,. St. 'Peter's Lutheran
it's cool when you place foodson 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stevens. Melissa 10: a. nu Sunday School
it. Water placed In the pan below Evangelistic Service. Brown remained with her Church, Belle Glade 11:00 a. m,-Preaching Service

the grid will catch drips and WEDNESDAY: grandparents the weekend and I 7:30: p.;Evangelistic
prevent spattering,,bu.t( jt wjjl alto 7:30,p. Vin.Midweek Prayer: returned to her home Sunday afternoon. .ApgurtJKo" rber, Pastor'. i ,Service '
dilute the Julcea.:.After your.foocjla ppeftinig. ,tol.W..Lake.P4..BeUt pta4e I t8C0: y p. m. Tuesday-W.M.B.
broiled, remove.the broiler pan Were ,you are a stranger but .. SUNDAY: 8:00: p. m. Thursday V.L.B,
from the hot oven and put it to once"PladesBajtistflhurch CLASSIFIED ADS PAY.u Divine Service 11 A. M. I Everyone welcome. Specialmusic

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Bridal Shower ;Miss Ann Caton law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calling Shower I
Local Rote Clubs Lester Hand, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.

Miss Robin Bowe Bridal Shower Wilkinson, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. L. I. For Miss LampiMiss

Participate In .-' Maloy. and Thomas. Hand.

Miss Robin B. Bowe, brideelectof The home of Mrs. W. 0. Moss Sandra Lampi, bride-elect'
Tadziu Trotsky of West Palm was the scene of a bridal shower Mr. and Mrs\ Harry Levins and of Donell Jariel, was honored witha
District Meeting Beach, was honored with a bridal Monday night honoring Miss Ann son, Mickey\ of West Palm Beach calling shower Tuesday, N vem"- '

shower at the home of Mrs. LewisM. Caton. bride-elect of Joey Alder. spent this past weekend visitinghis ber 30, at the home of Mrs. R. C.
Collins, Jr., Friday, November parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I Lane. Receiving guests with Mrs.
Pahokee and Belle Glade Rotary with Mrs. Collins man.Miss Caton Joe Alder- Levins, in Pahokee.
26. Hostesses and Mrs. Lane and the honoree were Mrs.
Clubs were co-hosts at the District were Mrs. Kyle P. Scott, Mrs. Rich man, mother of the groom-elect, Miss Leighann Tillery has returned -I Robert 0. Lampi and Mrs. W. W
699 Rotary Conference held at the to school in Fort Myers following -
ard K. Ames. and Mrs. Fred Wolfe, were presented carnation corsages I Smith, mother of the groomelect.Each .
Boca Raton Hotel and Club, Boca visit with her
hostesses Mrs.D. I a holiday par- I
Jr. from the who were vanda
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Raton', last weekend, Nov. 19 and Greeting guests with Mrs. Collins B. Watkins, Mrs. Mary Ham I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tillery, wore a corsage.
20. The refreshment table, laid witha
and Miss Bowe were the hon- mond, Mrs. John Hatton and Mrs. and her brother, Reid. .
Nathaniel T. (Nattie) Taylor of oree's mother, Mrs. R. Bruce Bowe, Moss. I I Mrs. Paula Story returned to lace cloth, featured a floral arrangement
Belle Glade, governor of Rotary Everglades Memorial Hospital Saturday -I of yellow and white
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and her grandmother, Mrs. E. L. A lace over, lavender cloth was
District 699 the mums and was appointed with
presided at after receiving treatment at
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con-'j used the refreshment table
Bowe.A on
:ference. R. M. (Mike) floral arrangement of red and which featured a centerpiece of l I'I St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm crystal and silver candle holders \ "
Pahokee and Dr. W. T. Forsee of with lighted tapers. Small cake I
silver -' Beach, on Thursday and Friday of
white carnations was centered on white and lavender flowers and
Belle Glade were!! conference co- (,last week. squares decorated with yellow flow-
the refreshment table laid with an tapers in silver candle holders.The '
chairmen. Charles G. Willis servedas ecru lace cloth and appointed with hostesses' gift to Miss Caton I I Police Lt.Tommy Perry is a patient ers were served.

greeting chairman; William S. lighted red tapers in silver ,candle was a place setting of her sterling ,, at Everglades Memorial Hospital Hostesses with Mrs. Lane were
Plumer, entertainment chairman; this week.C4tSSWIED Mrs. J. E. Thompson, Mrs. Elmer
sticks. The honoree was presenteda silver
Bruce Bowe, decorations chairman; corsage of white carnations while -' -- i i : Jones, Mrs. Billy Sheffield, Mrs.
and John D. Rogers, flowers chair- her mother and grandmother wore COLLEGE STUDENTS RETURN t I Joe L. Hatton, Jr., Mrs. Ellis Mur-

man.Rotary I red and white carnation corsages. Miss Linda Wilson has returned I II I phy, Mrs. Rupert Mock, Mrs. J. Ray
... Anne attending enter- i The gift table featured a minia- to her studies at Andrew College, i Ii ADS IN THESE Hatton, Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., Mrs.J. .
tained with coffee Friday and a S. Barwick
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hostesses' to after spending
ture bride. The gift Cuthbert, Georgia,
luncheon Saturday, honoring Mrs. COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Whiteside.The .
Miss Bowe was a Sunbeam Mix- I the holidays with her mother, Mrs.I .
N.; T. Taylor, wife of the district .
hostesses' to Miss
master. Lon Wilson. She was accompanied gift Lampiwas
governor. On the committee in Miss Bowe will become the brideof to; Tallahassee by the Misses Vickey I an electric, toaster.
charge of these social events
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Mr. Trotsky on December 30( in Alley,?Wilma Cooper and Dottie
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chairman, Mrs. R. D. Apelgren, .. !
Mrs. R. M. Sanders, Mrs. J. E. H 1 11111 i II i > M Hi. i !i t 111 II 111111H'iH"H"H"HH"H"l"Steff t II'
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Thompson and Mrs. W. T. Forsee. Home Missions
Highlights of the Conferencewere Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mackey of I l Is Back Pahokee Auction i
Man To Speak I
the Fellowship Dinner Friday Immokalee spent this past weekendas
the guests of their parents, Mr ,
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and the Formal Banquet Sat- secretary of the Home Missions and ;Mrs. Chester Batchelor.
urday, at which the Coastmen Bar- Board of the Southern Baptist Convention here they enjoyed the annual Mac- !

bershop Chorus Bang several old-] I will speak in the Canal key family get-together and SATURDAY NIGHT
time favorite ditties. Leroy H. Williams Point Baptist Church Sunday eve- que held at Mr. Mackey's bar-b.1

first vice president of Rotary ning. Dr. Rutledge is also here for the State Farmers'b Market. APPLIANCES, FURNITURE, TOOLS, TOYS, Etc.
the "Church Related Vocations Con .1
International and personal .
To be sold to the high bidder
representative of the president of ference", representing the Home ATTEND CELEBRATION I
notary International, delivered the Missions Board and speaking to Attending the 50th wedding an- 195 E. MAIN PAHOKEE SAT., 7:00 P.M. '
banquet address., students interested in fields of niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lester (Under New Management)

Among those attending from Pa- service as home missionaries.. .. ler, 1274 Willow Road, West Palmi j
hokee were Mr. and Mrs. JosephE. --r.' Beach, Sunday were their ., n 11.111.111. i fr-H-H-H t ;It! I H t ..11.11 i n t 11 ij II INN i IM t I :-+ .

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Claude L. Shirley, Sr., Mr. and in West Palm Beach.
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R. M. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. John Miami
spent Thanksgiving Day
D. Rogers, Dr E. C. Johnson and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.'!. S.
daughter, Mrs. Fred Clements, Guthrie, in Pahokee.
Charles G. Willis and Bruce Bowe.

)Ir, and Mrs. Rogers had as their Mrs. C. H. Fitchett has returnedto
guest at the Conference his sister, her home in Vero Beach following .
Mrs. Nellie O'Rlordan of Fort a'visit with Mrs. C. B. Jonesin
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Local Rote Clubs Bridal Shower ;Miss Ann Caton law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calling Shower
Mrs.
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Lester Hand, Mr. and J. H.
Miss Robin BoweMiss Bridal Shower Wilkinson, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. L. I. For Miss Lampi

Participate In ..-' Maloy. and Thomas. Hand. ,

Robin B. Bowe, bride-elect The home of Mrs. W. 0. Moss Miss Sandra Lampi, bride-elect I
of Tadziu Trotsky of West Palm was the scene of a bridal shower Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levins and of Donell Jariel, was honored witha
District MeetingPahokee Beach, was honored with a bridal Monday night honoring Miss Ann son, Mickey, of West Palm Beach calling shower Tuesday, November t

shower at the home of Mrs. Lewis Caton. bride-elect of Joey Alder. spent this past weekend visitinghis 30, at the home of Mrs. R. C.

and Belle Glade M. Collins, Jr., Friday, November parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lane. Receiving guests with, Mrs.
Rotary 26. Hostesses with Mrs. Collins man.Miss Caton and Mrs. Joe Alder. Levins, in Pahokee. Lane and the honoree were Mrs.
Clubs co-hosts at the District
were P. Scott, Mrs. Rich- mother the groom-elect, Miss Leighann Tillery has returned -
were Mrs. Kyle man, of Robert 0. Lampi and Mrs. W. W.
699 Conference .
Rotary held at the
: school in following -
to Fort Myers
K. Ames and Mrs. Fred Wolfe, were presented carnation
corsages
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Smith, mother of the groomelect.Each .
Boca Raton Hotel and Club, Boca
visit with her
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Raton, last weekend, Nov. 19 and Greeting guests with Mrs. Collins D. B. Watkins Mrs. Mary Hammond I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tillery, wore a vanda orchid corsage.
The refreshment table, laid with
20.Nathaniel and Miss Bowe were the hon- Mrs. John Hatton and Mrs. and her brother, Reid.
T. (Nattie) Taylor of I Mrs. Paula Story returned to a lace cloth, featured a floral arrangement -
oree's mother, Mrs. R. Bruce Bowe, Moss. -
Belle Glade, governor of Rotary and her grandmother, Mrs. E. L. A lace over, lavender cloth was i[Everglades Memorial Hospital Saturday i I of yellow and white
District 699, presided at the con-' after receiving treatment at mums and was appointed with
used the refreshment table
Bowe.A on
ference. R. M. (Mike) Sandera of I'i crystal and silver candle holders
floral arrangement of red and which featured a centerpiece of | St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm
Pahokee and Dr. W. T. Forsee of with lighted tapers. Small cake
Beach, on Thursday and Friday of
silver
white carnations was centered on white and lavender flowers and
Belle Glade were conference co- I last week. squares decorated with yellow flow.
the refreshment table laid with an tapers in silver candle holders.'I'
chairmen. Charles G. Willis servedas ers were served.
ecru lace cloth and appointed with The hostesses' gift to Miss Caton Police Lt. greeting chairman; William S. lighted red tapers in silver,candle was a place setting of her sterling at Everglades Memorial Hospital Hostesses with Mrs. Lane were
Plumer, entertainment chairman; silver. !' this week.CLASSIFIED. Mrs. J. E. Thompson, Mrs. Elmer
sticks. The honoree was presented
Bruce Bowe decorations chairman ___ i i .
; of white carnations while l Jones, Mrs. Billy Sheffield, Mrs.
a corsage
and John D. Rogers, flowers chair- her mother and grandmother wore COLLEGE STUDENTS RETURN I, Joe L. Hatton, Jr., Mrs. Ellis Murphy -

man. red and white carnation corsages. Miss Linda Wilson has returned I I Mrs.Rupert Mock, Mrs. J. Ray
... Rotary Anns attending enter- The gift table featured a minia- to her studies at Andrew College,j I II ADS IN THESE Hatton, Mrs. Ray; Hawk, Jr., Mrs.J. .
tained with a coffee Friday and a S. Barwick and Mrs., R. C.
to Cuthbert after spending
hostesses'
ture bride. The gift Georgia,
luncheon Saturday, honoring Mrs. Mrs.I I I COLUMNS PAY BIO DIVIDENDS Whiteside. ,
Miss Bowe was a Sunbeam Mix- the holidays with her mother,
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master. Lon Wilson. She was accompanied I The hostesses'gift to Miss Lampi
governor. On the committee in I Miss Bowe will become the brideof to Tallahassee by the Misses Vickey I was an electric toaster.
charge of ,these two social events
Mr. Trotsky on December 30 in Alley,*Wilma Cooper and Dottie
''Mrs. William
S. Plumer
were West Palm Beach. Lou Lair, all students at F. S. U. I
chairman, Mrs. R. D. Apelgren, .. 1
Mrs. R. M. Sanders, Mrs. J. E. 11 11111 t .1111111 fill 11 I I 1 1 111 I MM Hi HfrH H-H
Thompson and Mrs. W. T. Forsee. Home Missions IMMOKALEE VISITORS |

Highlights of the Conferencewere Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mackey of j( "Steff" Is Back Pahokee Auction 1
the Fellowship Dinner Friday Man To Speak Immokalee[ spent this past weekendas I

:night, with the Suntone Barbershop the guests of their parents, Mr.I
Quartet furnishing the entertain Dr. Arthur Rutledge, executive and Mrs. Robert Mackey and Mr., AUCTIONPAHOKEE ;

ment, and the Formal Banquet Sat- secretary of the Home Missions and Mrs. Chester Batchelor. While

urday, at which the Coastmen Bar Board of the Southern Baptist Convention here they enjoyed the annual Mac- !

bershop Chorus Bang several old- will speak in the Canal key family get-together and SATURDAY NIGHT : :
time favorite ditties. Leroy H. Williams Point Baptist Church Sunday eve- que held at Mr. Mackey's bar-b.1

first vice president of Rotary ning. Dr. Rutledge is'also here for the State Farmers' Market. APPLIANCES, FURNITURE, TOOLS, TOYS, Etc. :
the "Church Related Vocations Con-
International and personal I .
To be sold to the high bidder
representative of the president of ference", representing the Home ATTEND CELEBRATION II
Rotary International, delivered the Missions Board and speaking to Attending the 60th wedding anniversary ? 195 E. MAIN PAHOKEE SAT., 7:00 PJH. '
banquet address. students interested in fields of of Mr. and Mrs. Lester (Under New Management)

Among those attending from Pa service as home missionaries. Her, 1274 Willow Road, West Palm I!

hokee were Mr. and Mrs. JosephE. I Beach, Sunday were their son-in-j .. II,,II, .,H'H H i H 11111111111111111111! i u I 11 III i 111111 r :H-++

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