Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00466
 Material Information
Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: November 22, 1946
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 )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00466
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32615447
alephbibnum - 001981538
lccn - sn 95026042

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RECENT ,: Glades Classic' lJnl10ltrr Ituil1U thuttltagtuitut5rruirr! 11 I lelbourne COnIeS

OPERATIONS Scheduled For Next I To Pahokee Ton ite


Bj' Paul Rardin IVednesdayNight_ CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE ITo Play Blue Devils

The annual Glades grid classic I The pail,,:.,. Blue Devils
Rfv. C. T. Howes pastor of tw i between the Pahokt'e Blue D'is! Tuesday Night, November 26 ing to miss their are go-
Pahok Methodist church W3 : j ace scat back
guest speaker at the Rotary club and the Belle Glade Rams wIll bt 8:00: P.1.: nodnt.Y Connell, when they play

in Pahokft' 'esterday The tetho-- : played on Lair Field in PalokeeIn the Melbourne Bulldogs on Lair

dist minsiter is an outstanding Thanksgiving eve, Wednesday, SERVICE PROGRAM: Field tonight at 8:15. Connell,
speaker and his talk before thy i who graduates in spring, received
; Xov. 2j, at 8:15 p. m. Rumors
J seiois knee .
Rotarians wa interesting and ed- Prelude intro) 1:1 the se '
emanating from the Fast Coast and
ucational . Elmer Jones reported that the date of this game has Congregational hymn ......-......... ... Faith Of Our Fathers game quarter and will of ht'the unable Lake to W'rth play

arrival of Rotary signsafter I been changed are absolutely with- Invocation ........................................._.._... B y Her. Bowes any more football for Pahok, t'
been ordered for
having ,
many i
many months . Student Member out foundation, according to Coach Ladie Quartet ............-..................._... By Uatit} Church according to Coach CJydl Aile)'. A
CJydl' Alley and D. D.
Carm'n Salvatore had Lion BlllDl'il Caudil1. Principal Scripture Le..oll .............................. (Heat! I Hcpon-ireIy) chalked' ('cond man on the track, he
'1 up in seven games a total
Harry Fremd as his guest. Both schools have excellent Duet .... ............................................... By \azarene Church I I of 292 yards in six touchdowns

P. P. deMoya says the new FPL teams this }'far. Belle Glade dropped ronre: ationd 1I rnn1.. I.et11 The People Plane Thee runs of 32. 6GO.. jOt :20 and 65Ylds
games to'e.st Palm Beach Ii : Connell !is
Offertory .0 light that his
office in Belle Glade In the new
and South BrowartJ while Pahok'f'i
pound:; seemed at times tu
sherry! building b open for all i played a scoreless tie with \\'est Solo ...... ..-....................._................ By Iethodit Church (literally' bounce off of heavy op.'position -
business of the
originating -
between Cardwell company and Hook- Palm Beach and won a i to 0 Sermon ................................._................_. By l Her. Gresham ; lint's. lie was also a

fr's Point. At present Mrs. Leah ; victory over South Broward Todatl' Doxology ...............:................_.__........ ......... Congregation 11 fairly gaxi kicker but stfllll out
this season the Blue Devil+ as
a breakaway back in broken
J Keen Miss Dixie Pool and Laveren have not been defeated but the ahsence Benediction ............................._...... By He\; C. A. )Io erg field running-
1t\'ers, comprise the office forc I
The handsome building recently of Rodney Connell from th.i Pot Jude I Before entering the service in
lineup will make the two elevens 143 Coach Alley was coach at
furnishes additional of-
completed I evenly matched in strength. With The offering of this service i is to he sent to the Children's i I Melbourne for two wars and has

fice space com pan for)'.the The ever Pahokee enlargingpower of- :i this contest marking the end of Orphanage in Jacksonville, so Je1'o make. it a real I great respect for the Bl1l1dt> \j'

I the football season for both Thanksgiving gift. I brand of football. Mell>()erne isrungenip
ficd is being continued in its
pres- :'schools, it is certain that each
in the Indian
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ent location near the light plant
team will dump its entire bag of ft'rellce with three wins, one tie-
in Pahokre I'I'Jll're's tricks into the plays to make the [ann! point QH 1trrl1r1 3111ih11u I and one defeat in five league

how the record stands between game a super.thriller for Glades ames. In Earl Raulerson, speedy

the Pahokee Bule Devils fans. : Itl1iou rruirr : \'el.hipped halt back, the fast
To the winner goes the coveted Coast eleven have a ball carrier
and the Belli Glade Golden Rams:
19t2 Lions Club Glades football trophy.In The churches fo Canal Point lIf our God and of our prayers amt I that can give the Blue Devils plenty -
the past four year since the will join in a Service of Thanksgiving I of trouble.
First Game consecration of
and understanding -
Pahokrt" .. .. 28 start of the rivalry between the at the Canal Point 1tethodkt -i peace Coach Alley has moved James
two schools Paholtee has four I among mfn. The Baptist
won Church on Latham from tht' line to replare
Belle Glade ...... 1 Thanksgivingmorning I
Second Game games: and tied one, retaining the XO\ 28, at 10 A. M. J and Methodist churches will take I Connell at right half and James

Pahokee ... 28 trophy continuou l)', The Rams The early hour is sit so that all part in the F'r\'icl. I Continued on page 4)

Belle Glade ... ........ ._ 0 are invading Lair Field \\'ednes- may attend with a minimum of As in former year the collection -I --.- --
1943Pahokee I day night with the express purpose inconvenience for the housewift will be Canal Pomt's contribution -

39 I of taking the trophy back to It is hoped that as many entire to the Flonda Children'sI I Lions To Sponsor
Belle Glade with them and are families will sit together Home Society of Jacksonville. The i
Belle Glade .. .. 0 I as possible -
1944Pahokee I rated to haan even chance of during the service, symb'ilizing ''need of the Chil.ren's) home is
'Water Carnival
.. . 1 i doing Just t h.at.I the first Thanksgiving in especially acute this year and the ,

Belle Glade 1 I -. .. our homes in many years in whir offering il1 which we hare may
1915 i the family circle is ('om plett>. The help considerably in thus aiding; '
A gala water and air carnival
Pahokt't 12 Funeral held Today hour-Ionl service will bl' a sharing those children who do not know featuring l'pfed boat and plane

Belle Glade 6 For henry BrookerI I Ilf the deep gratitude felt in the family joy at Thank.'gl\'m ride.. will be held on the Pahokee -

I every heart for the love and mercy t.mt" waterfront Sunday :\024,
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: services will be held to- I -------- -- - - - from 1 to 5 p. m., under" the sponsorship -

Consider Plans To : day for henry Brooker, jOt who iNearly 100 Years Old Revival To Start of the Lions Clul.Plans .
: died early vesterday morningI i for the carnival werecompleted
I Burial will bl' made in Miami.Mr. : But She Likes Flying I at the Lions Tuesday

Build Legion Home I Brt'lOk'r came to the Lake i Nazarene Church luncheon tnrf"ting. It wu announced -

Region in lnj and through the Mrs. Cassie Chaney, 92. mother that music for the affair ..
years had been associated with will bt' furnished hy Bandmaster
of Frank Chaney. took hH first ,
It'mtlt'rs of Fred and Percy the Pahokl'l' Lumber company, thi' Beginning Tuesday night D"e Robert O. Lampi and his Pahokt't
plane ride Saturday morning with!
Mansfield Post 90 at a joint meeting 4 HIgh School Band. President Dun:
Belle Glade Lumber company and cemb.I r 3. revival t'l'\lft'i wIll Ixheld '
her grandson. Garland Chaney. at I'
can Padg'ett appointed the following -
with the legion Auxiliary in the Hrodker Lumber company of t'\'f'r night at 7:30: P M. except .
fom'strad the controls. She enjoyed the ride committee in charge fJf carr-i.
tht''oman's Club building ton- so much that she had Garland Saturday. untIl December 15.
Survivors are: the wife, 13. : val arrangements: Frank Hozelle,
Jay night discu.seed plant for'raLsing : Ida BrU61kfr. one dau hter. Betts the plane with gas Saturday aftE'rI I I at the Pahokee Nazarene rhurch.I Sr.. plant.: George M. Belk, Sr.,
fund for the construction Jo. and two sons, Henry. Jr., and noon and fly her Valdosta. Ga1 :I The special speaker will be Rev. boats: X. L. Garrison. O. O. Cllbert. -
of a new u.\lon home. the work Hnalll S. of Homf' trad. Two for a visit with relatives there.Mrs. i I A. E. Kelly. the District Superintendent C .A. Bachelor and D. Pad-

to tart when building materials brothers: Tom of Naples and Ed Chancy who will be 93 years : of South Carolina J.ttt, refreshment stands! ; Earl A.

become more plentiful It'a of Homt" tead. One sister: Mr', young the first of next year i. : We count It a pn\'llfJ.t mdl.di Lindrost'. music.
announced that Post 90 has received -.' Blanch Rushing cif Hollywood really keeping lip with the times. ,i have this fire speaker and Guest speaker at the luncheon
tlt't'ls to two adjoining lots } --- -.-- : tvangehst in our church. lie IS was State Representative B. El.liott .

tIn Uarom Point Road The State la.Mr. ; considered one cd the outstanding who tall on "Pro-
DrO\kt'r was active in hU 6 Miles Road 'ViII ,gave: a
tlc't'tkd one of the lots to the post ness circles in this area up i'l) : Evangelists of the South.We posed State u-gislation" lie was
an.1) the City of Pahokt't'. the oth.H. Be Rebuilt By State i
eight years ago when his healthtegan wish to extend a hearty welcome introduced tlY hike Frarer program

to fail During the pas: to all the friends of the cha1man. tiineteen mem
Th Auxiliary at a separate bu'iress ., eight months hE' has teen hosrital- Bids for the! reenrstruction of Church and Community to join burs of the dub who are veterans

session with Irs. John E.11'il iud at Pahokt't' and \\'t'lot Pale SIX miles of Read 25! from Belle wIth Ill In these services There of World War II were rE'ffnlt'41

on, president, presiding. outlined Beach Glade to the hrdge: six miles east I I wIll k special singing: and music at the luncheon tn a special veterans -
a work program for the eon- of the Everglades city wall bt aCt every night so be sure to JOin usIIf i day rrogram. Th tables
the yrar. It wa announced that ---. ffrtt"d m t"ember. it wu dU'hl : the "ler.irg r.11r.t. I were decorated in rtd. white and

the h'al Auxiliary will conduct a flay Nursery Open ( sed M+\nday by Paul Rard ir:, - -.-- blue In honor of tb veterans

joint meeting with the Belle Glad county commis stoner from the J.\fli \lUttTI BETTER: : E A. Jensen ir.troduf.d Melvin
Legion Auxiliary on Dec. 10 at : On Bacom Point Road Glades f'OI'lnt"r and tVor4row t"pUtJfOVf

which time trs. A. J. Ryan State The road department flar..co, to Jack Barrttt IS reported to bt as new members of tb dub Milton .

auxiliary president, will tk guest Mrs Charles C Adams IS open.ing 'anfy the existing surface, adj ,, resting easer at tt! home ct htsfi. Salvatore, student member of

"'('fake-r. a day nursery for the cart of six :uncles of sew limtstctt". and ...ter-in-law.! Mrs Ed Forbes tn'Wf'1t the Pahokee Rotary Club was the
At Ut conclusion of the buslrieM preschool age children of working,: put down a new bituminous pavement Palm Beach follow l ng avenous guest ct Harry Fremd Lions .tu,
members of the Auxiliary partntl. The nursery is located at en ttt routt. Rardlr declared. illness of several weeks in'dent rn mbt-r. It WI.- announced

served refreshments of pit and rottH her home on Bean Point Road Shouldtrs 'U be rebuilt Canal Point. HIs many fr1tr.d. I' that a special Thankagivthg program
The two groups wm hold another ,oar block beyond the fr.d d thepavemrtt. I of rock attained from ttt Lake will tit' glad tD know ht iI "onthe will te presented at cut

feint muting on Dec. :t Okttdcttt region. tot addtd. mend" after weeks d ill tU I Wtt k'. 1ur.Ct.t.D.

Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 22, 19t6
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Serving the Lake Okeechob Farming Region Miss Ruth Ricketson, daughter STUCKEY
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ricketsonof
Established 1924 Published Every Friday
Douglas, Ga., became the bride
Subscription Price 52,00 Year In Advance
of Whitt L Brewton, son of Mr.
and Mrs. %V. H Brewton, Paho-
Fertilizer Worlds
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
kee, a ta sinrle ring ceremony
In Canal Point, Florida as Second Class !alter, heM in the Pahokee Methodist

Xo15, The vows
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher Church Friday
were read by ReCarson T Four Local Manufacturer

Howes, pastor.
Life Goes On Miss Mary Wilder, Pahokee, and

Governor Arn:1l1 at the age oi 39 is a reminder that the Fred Peterson Washington. D C., FERTILIZERSuperior

philosophical outlook on life doe not always go with gray and Pahokee, were attendlnts

hail. Georgia's liberal chief executive, who will be succeeded The bride wore a two-piece grey

next January by the far-from-liberal Eugene Talmadge, wool suit with gold accessories Poison

is not too gloomy about the future. He thinks Georgia is in and gold feather hat with nose

for eight or a dozen rear of political reaction, after which veil. Her corsage was of yellow
the pendulum will swing back He i5 confident that "it is rosebuds She is a graduate ot Bait
School and be-
the Douglas High
only a question of time until the liberal forces take over fore rer marriage was employed

again. at Wortham's Cafe
Only a question of time, .es. But there is time and time.It Mr. Brewton is a graduate of
is obviously much easier for a man of 39 to be philosophical Pahokee High School, class of '41, Phone 4201 Night 533.

about a dozen year of Babylonian captivity than for a and attended the University of I

man of 59. When a dozen years of reaction in Georgia have Florida before entering the service Pahokee Fla.
rolled by and the sun of liberalism is once more bright in in 19t2, lIe was in the Army's ,

the skies the man of 39 today will be just in the prime of First Infantry for 42 months and
return of liber- pent 33 months on overseas duty .
life, the ideal age for any tasks to which the
alism majgummon him. The man who is 39: today is likely in ETO. He was awarded the
Purple Heart Medal for woundsreceived :
less comfort from the thought that
derive considerably
in action during the war
the right cause is sure to win in the long run, by the time Following a brief wedding trip PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

he is i 71 year of age. to the East Coast Mr. and Mrs. ,
Just the same it is a distinct gain to have Georgia' progressive Brewton are now at their home in I t

young governor remind his contenworarie:; and hip Pahokee where he is engaged in I

elders that__ there is such a thing as rhythm in the nation' fanning. I I.
n -
public life a, in all life. There are victories md defeat I ,!

1I1)S and downs, Ins and Out:,. The world is not coming to anend :Ministers Plan For I II CHRISTMASMERCHANDISE '

I / for the American people because a dozen years of party Service

ascendancy may be (dl.Hwin to an encl.-Xw York Time I Thanksgiving I.
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I A Pahokl'e t'nion !h n'il'e will
I ran full force into a stray mule I I
BP\V Club Receives he held on the Tuesday 1)'fOI t' I'I I
standing on the hig'hway. The
Four New Members I mule was killl instantly and the Thanksgiving, November 26, at : II -XOV'I -
8:00 p M. The Nazarene Church '
tl1lrk came to I'tst in a deep ditch : I
Marvel Griffith, Edith Cf(). s. south of the highway after rolling will he the host church The pl'o-I;

Pearl Carter and Amanada Jernigan over several time \\'hen liar- gram a.. announced by Hl'I I ON DISPLAY
I Moore, the ho.t-ministl'r. will i in-
consciousness he cad
ris recovered
i were received as new' memht'f -
elude special music and an addl't' -
difficulty in climbing: up
!; of the E\'ergladei Business I .
S by the Ht'1. Gresham. -
and Pofeasional Woman's Club at the embankment and attracting; Special numbers will be ar- Come in today and make you election while our

a meeting hell Tuesday night at the attention of passing motorists ranged by the choirs of the indvidual ; tock i:, full A mall down payment will keep your

the home of Alma Farrow.Izetta Finally he was able to stop Mrs. churches of Pahokee.The :: selections on our L'l-away shelf until! Chlistnlas eve.Be .
Kautz chairman of the Geiger, local Avon products rep offering from this unioService
vocational education committee rt'=entati\'t' who was returning sure to shop cuIr
of Thanksgiving will I be: \
Mrs. home from \\'est Palm Beach and ,gl I 1I
introduced a3 guest speaker '
sent to the Flotilla Children's '
Frank Friend who gave a talk on she brought him to the Everglades .Hume Society in Jack..on\'i1It'. I -oS :
"Vocational Education in the Field Memorial Hospital for treatraent.
I The Canal Point area will hay
The track was a total wreck.Mr. ,
F.'onomic Also the
of tome on
ThanksgivingS i c on
a e r v t'

progran. Dave: were W two Cunningham.readings byMrs. Harris nicely is reported from his to injuries hl' ri'euperating I''! Thanksgiving A meeting of Morning the Canal Point- i 1: \\Vestern S Auto Associate Store

Tommie Lee DuBose, club president but will hl' enable to return to Pat nkee Ministerial assodatlOn I. )1. LAIR, Owner PAHOI\EE, FLA
work for several wt'l'ks His pet
gave a report on the B&PWCdistrict : was hell recently with 1t'SiN: , \
: dog. a cocker spaniel, was riding I
meeting held in Miami C. n. :Moore C. A lob 'rg', W. T.
Mrs. hazel I with him but a.: yet no trace has I .
Springs on Sund3) Blair and C. T. Bowes prt's'nt.The

Chastain Miss Minnie Ruth Flow- been found of the--dog' next item was a rel"krt from i ___ _H
f'J'g and 1\lrs Eden were guests. lIow's on the proposed Go-Tot \
Lucille \\'illiam. assisted Mrs. Far- The first pinto! Florida straw- Church Campaign to be trek! in I II
row in the serving of refreshments berries offered at the Plant City t: March, 191 in preparation fo:" I I
Farmers Market sold fo" I
at the close of the mel'ting- State the Easter season. Bowel pla'1
,--- $10. it was announced by market
would he threefold: 1) work in
Wendell T. Harris manager It F. Johnson the individual church; 2) work KILGOREI

with all civic organizations, institutions -
Hurt In Truck Crash NOTiCE TO TRUCK Ut\I.tltS dubs, etc., in promoting The in Florida is :
name snynony-
The City Council of the City of I public awareness of the drive

Wendell T Harris, manager of Pahokee will receive bids for onr I and its aims; and 3) publicity for 1 n10U'ith er\'ice. Farnlers through ,
the H. J. Claus Farms, suffered 1-ton pick-up truck up to 8 p. m.on the program The slogan Iarch

a broken collar bone and severe November: : 26, 1916. Specification. To Church In March"! was sugvested. the years have learned to depend on
cuts and bruises on his face, neck may be secured from the offiee . The plan forwarded would I
and arms in an auto accident on : of City Clerk in the City ofPahokee. include .several weeks of preparation ilgore for their needs in fertilizer, I

Conners Highway eight miles east in February including a religious '
insecticides have
Seed feed and They
of Canal Point around G:15 p, m. The Council reserves the right to census of every family inth 1 ,

Saturday. reject: : any and all bidi. : Pahokee.Canal Point area and : learned also that the highest grade
Mr. Harris, driving a Plymouth City of Pahokee.Pahoke follow-up calls by laity-teams !
pickup truck, was on his way to Florida. During the month of March a ; i of merchandise \vill always be found i
the farm to pick up same farmhands By W. p Walker, series of special day would highlight -
when hl' was blinded by the Clerk. the campaign including the at a Kilgore Store

lights of an approaching car and Pub,_Xv\ 22, 1916 follo\\ing suggested services: Roll ,
raIl day Family Communion Day
in which the family units would
n- -- --- =-==-- ---- -- --- I rt't"l'ithe Sacrament of Communi In Good Times and Bad
: i Youth Sunday with :peciaUUSW
i A SIALLi ; i and short talk by your.)
i people al well as a special mess During good times and had, farmI

i ; ag't' for youth \.isitor's Sunday in have learned that the Kilgore organization -
; ers
Down \\!lll'h a concerted t'Hllrt'lIl1IJ bt'ma.it.
t.. r"lch non-nwmbt in
-.- -- I \\.ill stall hack of them

will huhh any article in our .:uxiliary Gives an effort to produce quality cro}):,.

huge Stork Program On Friday 1'al'mel':, kno\\ that doing' 1)llylllelvith .

UNTIL CHRISTMAS The First Baptist Grls1xJI- ilgol'e is i= a=,:,Ul'ance that they

; try presented a program on "T t'Fi'
1} frill receive the very hig-he quality
I ld IS the World" at a mePangth
: theIt dtr, Jars. Ralph ail ally )r'rlut't ) '(' :-=ec1.KILGORE .
1 !'ImH, Friday Iftfmflon TISt'
Come In Today! !:along part Were Duhh"t... ,

\1.vn.ll Gl1iR: Donna J.' :i'pill,n.",
l.0': lI:1\'n.: Darha: II id:.!

"' .::d 3.t.f':! Eln1 t'r.w;., ',:rl. Cl'.t SEED CO.
,1l'L1.1N . . . \ tln. Stella Srr Bar's. Nar. v
\! ("w, Ina Fay: \\t': !.. Nv, yH.
L'r:: and Mrs Gr.e :" -

F.t1 Dank r. DUS\'lt! Y.
trant: Van Calkerhurrr West alllthr.. )Fia, '::OIie :t201Page

. . . P.\1I01\EE Pm.Dt'aC'h. were' guests "f Mrid
.' Mrs. :tormaa Kennedy v\ re
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I Wilder Has I "Second Of !I I accident rear Orlando on Labor
Mission Work Is i Bunny : Coming II Day.
joined his famIly her this
I Round Table Topic I Birthday Party I i Christ" Is Ioberg's I i I ...rte.. week for a visit with Mrs. Mc-

I On Qualg's brother-in-law and sister,
Topic Sunday
Home mission work among Bunny Wilder celebrated his : Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Schroder. r.cQuaig's .

Glades migrants was the topic for 12th birthday anniversary at an An overflow congregation at- fractured limbs are
roundtable discussion at a meet- outdoor party and wiener roast : still in casts and he has to use
tended last Sunday ni ht's service Edwin Cowart AID 2-c, ar-
given by his aunt, Miss Mary i crutches to move about.
ing of the Gertrude Shirley Circle
rived here this week from Cali-
I I at the First Baptist Church of
Pahokee WSCS at the horse of I Wilder, at their home in Pahokee Chaplain and Mrs. A. J. Lively.
f Pahokee to hear the pastor, ReC. \. fornia on a 20-day leave for a visit I
Mr. A. D. Beverly Monday nght.: Friday evening The hostess was I who have lived at the Cross Hotel
I Ii A. Moberg in the second of the with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.Reppard .
: The discussion was led by Mrs. i assisted in tte entertaining by I Cowart since their arrival in Pahokee last
series of sermons based on the I
Ed. Cushman. i Miss Reba Henry. spring, moved this week into the
I chart 'Rightly Dividing the Word I :Mr. and Mrs. Price Burdeshaw .
Mrs. W. E. Pope was chosen by j Guests were Rupert Mock Jr. residence on SE First Street re-
of Truth" This Sunday night at visited Mr. and Mrs Pearl Burde-
the circle to receive one of the two Jebbie and Billy Davis, Richard ; cently purchased by the Episcopal
shaw in Okeechobe Thur
:45, the subject will be 'The Second on day.
Hatton Jack Stanley, Gordon Church of the Holy Nativity for
life being presented
memberships '
Coming of Christ:' What is Mrs. D. M. James, Sarasota, is
by the Pahokee WSCS this month. Chase, Charles and Bebe Jean use as a recto!')'.
the difference between the rapture the houseguest of her parents,
Mrs. Curtis Chase, who recently i Marshall, Eddie Vertommen, Clyde I I I Miss Dottie Scully has returned
and the revelation? Who are the Mr. and 1Irs. James H. Wilkinson,
moved back to Pahokee, wag rein- Alley, Jr., Fred Blakey, Earl KeI- I saints? When will Christ return? Sr. I from a visit with Mrs. Sib 'Ie Jones
member. fly, Pat Elliott and Wendell Car- in Frootproof.
stated 3.C a I Will His return be personal? Why I L. L. Stuckey, who has been receiving -!
Plans were made for the group's 'din. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Henderson
will He return? Where? How treatment for an eye in-
.. may
I i and Lou, visiteJ
and daughter Betty
annual Christmas party pro- i one get ready for His coming? I fection at Jackson Memorial Hospital -.
held at the home of Mrs. Minnie L. Hughes here Friday -
gram to be Hub Named
Spooner The musical family of orchestra has returned to his home in
Mrs B. Elliott on Dec. 16. Mrs 'I t .
choir and will Pahokee
quartet present a ...
be in of Kiwanis I
Sarah Thomas will charge
program commensurate with the Lloyd Hundley and Mr and Mrs.
arrangements and cohostess.Mrs. Mrs. H. C. i By Clewiston Club I ermon. Ninety two were in at- I Al Friend visited Mrs. Hundley .
Graham will act
as : tendance in the Training Union and infant son, Wayne Scott, at
Mrs. D. W. I(I
Jack ,
Spencer Hub Spooner was elected presi- i I last Sunday night with the three. Good Samaritan Hospital, West Ii
Cunningham and Mrs. J. M. El- dent, to succeed Re\ D. C. Han I hundred mark in Sunday School :i Palm Beach over the wefkmd. 'r

liott were named on a committee cock, of the Kiwanis club at the ,, missed by a few. Sunday morning I i Rev. C. A. Ioberg attended the i iI Y V
to nominate new officrrs. Mrs. i meeting Wednesday night when :: the pastor will speak on "Com'en- 'I Southern Baptist Convention inI I
Joseph C. Thomas was a visitor. t I I Mr. and lrs. John Franklin
the election of officers for 1947 I tion Echoes", a report of the Bap-i Tampa this week.
Mrs. Cushman, co-hostess. as- took plact Postmaster A. W. tist Stat Convention just concluded -I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt had r.si Mosley of South Bay announce the
si:ted Mrs. Beverly in the serving in It is that birth of a daughter, Lucinda Jane,
: Sias was elected vice-president and' Tampa. hoped the i guests over the weekend her
of refreshments to 24 members will assume the office held this I new Sunday School building will brother, Homer Norton and at the Everglades Memorial Hospital -

present.Mrs. ...... -- II year by Mr. Spooner. W. X. Martin I,.: bt far enough along for occupancy nephew Harvey Fore, both of I on No\ 15..,. -
was unanimously named to : within thirty days. 1he ladies I Crescent City.

Bill Tippin and son, John continue 3. club treasurer. Th quartet, which l gaining quite a I Miss Gwenette Reeves was the
Wilson, of Naples visited Mr. and office of secretary is filled by ap- : reputation will present a special i guest of Miss Helen Henry in1Vest Homecoming Day

Mrs. C. T. Jackson in Pahokfe pointment of the board of direct-i i Christmas program, us i 1 e n t Palm Bach last wf'kend.I I

Sunday ors and announcement of the secretary ; Night", with readings. The com I and Mrs. R. \\'. Hcwland arrived pleovesSuccess

i will probably be mad at poser is Haldor Lill'nas. The date i last week from Dartmouth, _
r --- : the meeting next week.--Clewis ton of this offering will be announced.Sl' 13SS., to spend the season at their
CHIROPRACTOR Xews.I .I ---- _._- ; winter home, The Gable, on Ba- The all-day homecoming program -

I --.- .\(llI:1'1'i SI1'I'EI: : com Point Road. at the Pahokt'e First Il th.

Mm.WEST: Turs.PAUl&BEACH Wed. Olr.and Olrs. P. M. Cate, Jr., Olrmbcrs of the First Baptist Olrs. Y. A. Harris, Gainesville, I odist Church Sunday was an outstanding .

BELLE. GLADE have a. guests this week her Young Peoples Training Union enjoyed has arrived in Pahokee for a visit SlICl''SS.
Thurs. Frt. & Sat. mother, lr5. F. A. Xelon, and her a spaghetti supper and with her son-in-law and daughter, : Activities started at 9:45: a. m.

DU. L. S. JONES aunts, Irs. C. E. Coates and 'Irs. party in the Fellowship Hall Saturday 'Ir. and Irs. H. L. pt.'er. with the opening of the church
Suite 301.)2 Compau Asheville, I school with approximately:
Bldg. Roy Kuykendall. all of night. Twenty-one persons
Grimes visited his brother
Fhone 31150 West Palm Beach, Fla. I Ralph children and adults in attendance.
X. C. were prE'sent. and siArr-in-law, Mr. and Irs.
After Sunday School a large crowdthat
Dill Grime, in Tampa over the
-- - overflowed the church audi-
i weekend.
torium and balcony turned out to
I Ben Grossman, Miami, was a
wdrome HeFred L. Martin of
business visitors in Pahokee last
7 fil/gtltMJ AIIk M'tile Live Oak, former pastor, who as
wffkend.Ir. .
guest speaker delivered sermons
VO IMif I II&MI oyouy and Mrs. Harry M. McIntosh at hoth the morning and evening
ow have as guests this week her St'n'ices.

mother, Irs. C. R. Math, Pana- i
Good crowds alb
!p/MCAL9 V 9V,0 were present
ma City, Mrs. N. c Ingram, St. .
at the homecoming basket dinner
.. 17 Petersburg, and Mrs. Howell hell on the church lawn at noon
Taylor, Summerfme, Tenn. Irs. at the special afternoon program

..w. ... ... ... .... .;$.. .>. .. McIntosh and guests pent the and at the evening ervice. The
: weekend in Key West and Tues-
: I warm spirit of fellowship that pn''ailed -
f .. : > day in Rarasota at the homecoming activities -
I Charles F. IcQ\laig, Sr., who I
throughout the day WM envjayed
was badly injured in a motorcycle by all
r' ,

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( . ou'll find it pays in oil ways to get skilled seNi' : I II
t I
i' P..R' E. S'E'N.Y.: .CA'R'1 Ice, now and at regular intervals, at our modem :
: Service Headquarters! For this will help to Hunting

I assure you of dependable transportation daywith I

t.:: our skilled .; after day-prevent serious breakdowns-save

I >>.. :. ::::':' > a :"::i: you the high cost of major repairs-and main- : Is Here '

'.:',."..;:...:.. :., servIce : ,:it: ; taro the resale value of your car Remember- .

.:: .;.::: '. ."..'.. /:. our skilled mechanics, using factory.engineered

..:..... .. ::'. .. :' ,.L tools and quality parts, are members of America's Thn't' tat i'inj! Huntin)! I.it'lneo can secure une

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l:" 'Vo ::241&Mr4it: :L:;:<:::.:.......... ..:.;.:....::.,;..;;;..v. : ::J in-today I I I a limited amount of .DH'XITIOX on hand

::0 Jt.t rom'':, whiIt, it i-, t\'aiIahle.
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I. t been scarce to purchase:

i Pending delivery of t IHCII ELECTlur: III\S '
You'll be well repaid for your patience in await 1

i ing delivery of your new Chevrolet! It clone I11L1SS: W.1 II BO.\HU-:

i brings you Big.Car beauty, Big-Car comfort
Y OUR NEW Hi; (!L\HT PHI\liI.EH r.\\-:;
I and performance, Big.Cor quality ot lowest

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when we can make delivery I of your new Chev 1'\101 1 L.\\TEH S T.\HP.\l'l.l, a Ju4Id

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os fed os we receive them from the factory-

thet 'ttte'll meke of Chevrolet
delivery your new
a; gIving BIG.CAR quality ; ot the earliest possible dete-and that your Our Household I Department

petence; will be well rewarded when you Sit uf Ii..he: (;Ia:,, s are Pitrhl'r & Clay..1luminum : :'th

at lowest cost I experience its Big.Cer quality ot lowest cost.
and Enamel ('uHhin: I(l'n..il"

nunaHJr: Sill.!. 1.0.r.

IS l'i:l'I; .\ r.cli d 1 Line of Farm Repair Equipment and

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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 2,1916

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This Week's Personality .I :Melbourne Comes- Lt. Col and Mrs. Joseph c'J Mr. and Mrs. J T Fuqua, Mr.
Thompson, Washington, D and Mrs. D E Killoren and Mr.
Continued from page 1 have arrived here for a visit with :
and Mrs. C B. Starling visited Mr.
Scott will fill Latham's position her brothers and sistersinlaw.Mr. : I
t and Mrs. A Golder in Miami over '
at left end. Latham may slow the and fr.s. A. D Beverly and:
t \wekend..
backfield down a bit but should Mr. and Mrs. Max Be\'erlj' I

give it added driving powt.'r. Scott a ] t
and Latham are so evenly matched
'1' at left end that the change there'

should make little difference in I

\ the efficiency of the line I
Against Lake Worth last Fri- '

j., day night the Blue Devils got off 'I
Peggy Ryan
to a bad start when Geiger fum-
n bled the Trojan kickoff and Tackle
,. ,':.' Eric Tuttle recovered on the Pa-
;l', hokee 32 From there Warriner Will be in Pahokee from 10 a. m. 'til3 p. m.
.MMM :w--.g. ." and Gallager took the ball down

>.i>',,f to the 1 where Warriner plunged On S.TrnD.O'E IBER 23, 19t6
for the touchdown but failed on

the kick It took the Blue Devils

a full quarter to recover from this AT THE CROSS HOTEL
bad break with the Trojans rushing -
; for 95 yards while Pahoke
with a fine collection of
) netted nary a foot. I II
: The picture started to change at i I
the start of the second period

'. ., .1: I when Connell snagged a Trojan Cotton Piece Goods
1 'I pass on the Pahokee 35 and ran it

i j- back 30 yards to the L\\ 35 where

he was tackled hard by two men Including inexpensive prints, atiste, seersucker,
and was carried off the field with
a badly hurt knee It was here I organdies, chambray, woven dotted Swiss, g-ab. i

that the Blue Devils iron mm, ardine, beautiful bordered prints and others,
took I !
Fullback Thomas Dickson !
left tackle i
k -'"' MIIt over plowing through
kF I'7 A MY.wM lN I
t. on the next play to carry the ball .
down to the 1 and then on the I

next play: through center for the

n I touchdown. Wilbur Geiger's kick .. .
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\%as good and the score at the end ,

of the half was 7 to G, Pahoket'

Near the end of the third quarter i BERRY FUNERAL llOIE
Pahokee started on a touchdown

march from its own 21:: where the ;

ball was taken over on downs, that I II
I Ambulance Service
I ended on the LW 11 at the start :

of the fourth period. From the

P1tokl1Cit\' Clerk \\'. P. \\'aker! . . At the City Hail in Pahl 11 Dkks tore through lift guard Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 2.17
to and Geiger's kick W3
Yiu'!t find the gentleman: pictured above busily attending
the duties of city derk. He has been on that particular job since again perfl'ct. Later in the same I -- -
the month of May hack in 1931. Mr. Walker and his family came period the Blue Devils again tool I
to Paholf't' June 13. 1921 from Tennesst't' He had been employed the ball on downs on their own 11 I

in \tt'lnl'his for 20 years by the ue Line Steamers. He was horn mJ started marching, with Frank .
in Hipl'y, Tt'nn During the years he has been re.elected to the Gilli", Geiger and Dickson alter- I --
office of clerk there three elections when he didn't haveoppo
city were the lull down
nating in carrying PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
ition having been re.elt'ctt.d without the necessity of making -
to the L\\ 1. where Geiger scurried -
a campaig-n. lei, work at the city hall is outstanding and the out- I
If.town auditors alwan have a word of commendation for the man- through left tacKle for the
ner in which ht' keeps the: books and handle! the city flln.t3. lit' touchdQwn. Geiger's kid" was a : J. 'Ill. RASHLEYJEII'EIER
and Mr. Walker have been married 42 year They own a honit on little too wide and the game ended I
Southeast Second Street in Pat;()k'e. The Walker have two child- 20 to 6, Pahokt'e It was a great : Belle lade, Fla.
rt.'n. Robert of Pahokt.'e and Mrt. Mary Sue Wt.'athffS, who i5 an instructor game to watch hut had local fans :

in Edi mon High School In Miami.Menilwrs I mighty worried at the beginning GO TO CIIlTHCH SUNDAY !
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of the Everglades Cpl. and trs. J. W. Wood, Lake stiffen I --.. -

D&P\\'C who attended the district Worth spent several day this The Billldog will average over I

meeting at Miami Springs Sunday week in PJhokt'e'i iting hip eight pounds heavier in the line

in'hlt Clark hull, Cleo Douthit, mother, f's. B. W. 11'ood who is and 11 pounds in the backfield in !

Barbara tcNamara, Izetta Kautz.Reth recuperating from an operation toni ht's contl'st. It looks like

>lle Dobrow, Nola Dragon and I performed Saturday at the Everglades tough going again for the mu Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus

Tommil' Lee Dubose. i Memorial IInspital.ruiii : I Devils.Problble. )

i lineups: of all sizes and varieties for '
Pahoket' Pos. Melbourne

j +' .t tillB f uau f clntrtlucLuvratu :rc !I Scott Ie Geiger your Sll ction.
Sims It Turner

Fine Cloth For Spooner 19 Jackson LANDSCAPING
HERBERT'S \\'eather c Owens I
Men and omen Baker rg Koppel I as you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa

T.\1I.0HEU TO IE.\Sl'HE Salvatore rt Thomas thorough job from plans to completion of plantin
I } Fremd re Schmitt I
Hare Your Ladies Clothes Tailored i
Geiger qb Martin As always, are ;
By A Man's Tailor ! Gillis lb Haul rso'l'' I
welcome at
Latham rh Strou.j i our
T. Dickson fb Rowe
AL BELCHER i -.- NCItsIItlts: ; : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No 25 at

I City Limits), %Vest Palm Beach, Florida ;
BOX 87ti PAHOKEE Election To Be Held

In South Bay Dec. a ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. ;

By proclamation of Mayor W.M. I

Jeffrit's, a town election will ,

I bt' conducted Tuesday Dl'c. 3, inSouth I

I Bay town hall to elect a'' .
A Servant of the Glades mayor and three councilmen. I -
Each candidate in order to get i
I Authorized Dealers
his name printed on the official .

l .lllot. must haw filed: a petition I
Tr111iamito to that effect on or tfnrt'I)\'. I \\'ISCOXSIX AIR COOLED ENGINE

4 Buses 12. 20 days prior tt the .it''hon. I ALSO HEP\lIt I'IRTSF:11'
lti'et Palm Brach '. Each petition must be s 1 gnrd by !
:-I ljll.thfwj t'1t'\"r'l IIf t \t' T'wnof
Daily Tn Ft flyers S l.akl'lmd I ,
S.'uth Kati' i \ POUrABI.E WELBElt Enahelin u, to

du any kind of Steel Cnn..tructinn at any place

Glade Motor Lines Inc. IS YOUR LIVER jlanufad un'r., Of

I "
i sr.n\'IXl; THE GL.\DF. lIlHL1'1.1(' lorJ: IHtlXSWEEn
bt'm se or con5tp 1.n ar faulty di.J ,
') ,.. .. ( IIPPEHWE :
:' It! If'eJU t -: b. '. ''' !,
t .,'. ,1 aih' gas. nt',,,: i.c. b.Jt',
t:. :.\., I.JU n.y tx. p..:'.:." :... b.;
6) ,: : .n 0:1 yo.rlt r. P.: h': ': :.::
C 'f.d fO'X becomes purl' !t'!:\I'.
, I.\JE OFT or IltN FOH l'SF: IX
I totnc,. R'lich (1r: MJ tilt
I\l't'P4r. It f ran U..I r,: :.! pre,;>. TilE Gr.\JE; :
t -; !,t'n 1tf' time t' i. h '. .:'
: ;:\l'r br :" ar. c 1: '. : .; }.' .;)
f .re sweep the p' r. :..' :.t' "::.1
..::; destt.d n.l::. r : :: .:
: a::d l!".' c:. c ': .:... :1 Canal Point Machine Works
,. .
.n C(JJd rrl: C1' ,,' { .:
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L\\\1. PORT- PHO\E :;31 P. 0. BOX 466

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Friday, November 22, 1946 The Everglade! New., Canal Point, Florida Page Five
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Methodists Plan sing and the sermon, "Where HuI specifications for the new Sunday Serious
I the Week Gone To?" These informal School Building Eastern Star Has Escape

"Torship Services i evenings of song and wor- The minister will attend the Injury In Car \Vreck
: ship are drawing a fine response Lake Alfred Iinister's Retreat I

The Morning Worship Service of The IYF, meeting every Monday Monday thru Wednesday, XO252i \.. BirthdayProgram
Mr. and Mrs.
the Canal Point Methodut Church night at 7, has proposed a as one of the seven repre- Byron Todd anlfr.

will tt' an observance of Thanksgiving : "Know Thyself" project for the sentati\'e. of the Miami District I The Pahokee Chapter, Order of and Mrs. Baldy Adams of
Sunday with a sermon bythe next quarter year. The minister of the Methodist Church at the re- Delray Beach \\'ert slightly injure jon
: minister, William T. Blair, entitled i will rive the young people a treat. He will return on Wednesday Star, celebrated its 17th Monday when the car in which
"Our Nation Thanking God" : series of interesting and inform- e\'ening. The Union Thanksgiving birthday anniversary at a meeting they were riding WB wrecked near
The service at 11 A. M. is pre ,; ative psychological surveys de- Service will be held at the in the Masonic Hall on Thursday TaylC'r's Creek in Okei'chob-l'
seeded by Sunday School for all signed to show aptitudes, interests Methodist Church on Thursday night of last week. An anniversary county The part was enroute to
ages under the supervision of N'I'.I and skills in preparation for life morning at 10 A M.. the Methodist program was presented By I the funeral of a relative, Kayo
1'. Maxsorl 10. work A Service will be Mrs. Beulah
at Our new Worship and Baptist Churches joining George. I IulIins in Lake Wales, when a
of teachers and assistants in all a regular part of the meeting led in the service.Town Degrees of the order were con- tire on the car blew out causingthe -
departments under the youth by Sarah Dart Commissioner If'WorshiP. -- ferred on Mr. and Irs. J. G. accident. The car was demo-
groups is working out very satisfactnily. At the mt'etnig on Dec. \\'eek.,. Mr. Weeks is district I ished but all occupants were fortunate -
The Ien's Bible 2 the discussion of the various Election ''
Class deputy grand master of the Masonic to come out of the wreck::
is continuing its fiDe growth. The commissions of the IYF will be Lodge. f! with only light hurts

Post.High Class is at present discussing started. South Bay Dec.3 It was announced that the chap. ...
the organization of all The Building Committee, Will ter will conduct its annual me- i Marion T Jefferies director of
young people of 18 and older into a Brandon, Chairman; W. P Jernigan morial service in the Masonic Hall the Florida division of the National -

Senior Fellowship meeting on J. Roswell Harrington, Delmar A town eJection will be conducted on Sunday, Nov. 24, at 3 p. Foundation for Infantiie
weekday night for Bible study and Hooks, Frank Wilson, and tha at the South Bar town hall Deep. with the public invited to m// Paralysis, announced from Orlando -
social e\'tnings. minister will meet on Saturday 3. Registration books for this At the dose of the meeting Mrs I headquarters this week that
The Evening Worship Service at Xov. 23, at 7:30 PM in the par- election close today, According to Esther LeFils, worthy matron I Ralph Sierra has been appointed
7:30: will feature another hymn sonage to make definite plans and Town Clerk Alvin B. Crow. was honored at a surprise birthday I chairman of the March of Dime

Two candidates have qualified I party with Irs. Etta Mae campaign in Dl\de County and that
--- -- for the mayors contest, E. R .Friend and Irs. Dorothy Graham I' Mrs. Wilhelmln.1IHan'ey chairman

/ Butler and W. M. Jeffries, incum- in charge of arrangements- for Monroe County.OTlCE ,
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bent. a

I TRIANGLE Six candidates have qualified ll County School Board
candidates for the three eats on \ TO CUR IFA ,FRS
the town council. They are C. E Ready To Accept Gift The City of Pahokee will re-

! RESTAURANT Crichfield Oneal Walker, J. C. ceive bids up to 8 p. m., Tuesday
I Warren. A. B. Barnes, S. J. Fisher I The County School Board prepared -( November 26. 1946, for two 1
I In Canal Point and W. G. Bowen. The first three to accept nine buildings ton dump trucks (low body), Spec-
are new candidate, the last three from Camp Murphy as a virtual ifications may be secured at the office -
! Meals Short Orders filing for re-election. gift from the \\'AA at its meeting or the city clerk at the town
i Two members of the council F.I Tuesday afternoon.Yalut'J hall in the City of Pahokee by allinterlsted
B. Willits at Sl200, the buildings biddt'rs.
: Curb Service I and M. J. Hardy are
I holdo\'er.< and not up for election which include barracks a mess The City Council reserves the
i I at this tlmtIUrideToBe\. hall, a guest house a print shop. right to reject any and all bids
Open 'IiI 1 A. M. .- and a lumber shed with some fur- Done and ordered this 22nd day
ni hing-s. 31'lin the process of of October, 1946.
Honored lt'ing- turned over at 100 percent CITY COUNCIL
: I
I'Vith Party R Shower discount. The school board will' City of Pahokee,
not decide on the use or location: Pahokt'l\ Florida. .
I of the 4ructures until it ll'arns. By W, p Walker,
fr5. It Elliott and Irs. It F.
definitely what type it is to rev City Clerk.
I Hurt entertained at the'oman':
cl'in' Pub: Ort. 2;). Nov. 1. 8. 15. 22, 1916
'luh Tuesday night with a party
I SEWING IACIIINE REPAIRS I and miscellaneous shower in conl
I Aliment to Miss Irene 3farehrCerhutst j jI
I For Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs and Suppli I briJt'-t-ll'rt. whosE:' marriage .\1.1. W.\TflUS TII.\ 11.\\".. BEEN '
I write or call at to Earl Iunson Rchultz. Jr.. IS )1\ IHW
is scheduled to take place at the
RJIODES APPLIANCES home of Mr. and frs. E. M. OVER 90 DAY
\\t'nu u.I .\" Schultz Sr., in Pahokel' on Sunday i

Belle Gladt", lb.I \0\ 24. at 5 p. m. The
I, hostesses assisted Will Be Sold For
rrs. E.
Free Pickup and Delivery service to Pahokee and Canal were by Charges
M. Schultz, Sr.
I Point twice weekly. Parts and AccessorieJ for all Mrs. Dorothy Graham present.ed \I'IEU UErr.mr.1t I, 1916
makes and styl.

I_ o __ . . violin-piano a program duet which by Anna included Lee a S. L. LINDSAY I

and Rita Fay Hurt. Rita Fay
also sang and Anna Lee played .IEII'El.I!: 1'\IIOKtt:, n.\,

PATRONIZE TilE ADVERTISERS piano selections.l Patsy Elliott

I sang "1 Low You Truly" and .

"When You Wish Upon a Star". -
al''ompanit'd at the piano by Mrs
n Elliott. A skit "Tryin the
Bride". was pn';ented by Irs. I'
i Hurt. frs. Elliott frs. Pat I

Schoeppel frs. Dan Carpenter
I and Miss Betty Jensl'n. Contest LUMBER

prizes were won by Irs. HugoRaneri.
Mrs. Isabell Laurie and
ps trs. A. J. Lively.
The clubhouse w'as beautifully
decorated with pink and whit:
gladioli for the affair. At the

center of the gift table was a 4 Cars On Track
large white parasol with pink and
white streamers and the refreshment .

table? was centered with :1

large bouquet of gladioli with 3 Cars Rolling
lighted candelabra at each end.

KryocideY Mrs. Laurie was in charge of the '
guest hook and the bride wag agli -

: ted in the display of gift by ,
Miss Dorothy Jacobs and tfS. IIx6
Ix.1 Kiln Dried Flooring
-. /Irlraaf CRY 0 LIT E Inez Rob.'rts. Refreshments of ire
t. cream, cake and cola drink were
1o1lt Ot Kr lwAr, ) served by the hostesses. lxS, No. 105 Novelty Siding

Krvcdde Kills many chewing insects I
1'i Tilt rmetlT COURT IS ADD fOR Miami Vd Siding and Ceiling

cmtfu : y High control at low cost DOROTIl P.\DI ell nr.fll ELLIS IN(1Itt'IO.:55 COtNTT nORm\. I

!" Platntt Also Ix6 And Wider
.. I
Also available mixed with \ .
.... M.\R\'fS ELLIS
copper or sulphur Deferdart111TH t: TO rpr.R SIIEATIII I ; I ING

.........."" :"...".,..........." TO -SGT MARVIN ELLIS R A
..)... 14 13045664 13 ATTACK SOD 3RD \T-
.t. .:. Ask mixer I
: .. your TACK -. SAN FRANCISCO CALtFoaN'.t Phone 2)91 and
C GIVE 'EM A DOSE Of PENca DDT ns: CTlms I I You the are 100\t."rf'h C.i:;rt req u:1'sired: the t" 2r.d a 'PBIln fIkcemhrr
A D 1344 at UI' C,!';rt
1'.lIr P'IU'" un r ill.'li..i.I(... are tinNatitilable I 1I\1'"f' In Writ 'aIm! Bract ram: Bch Book Your Orders Now!
I C'inv. Fol1dar.! r to tp n:.:
: I't'nct \\ B.U.; I't'neu uu.n, I .!,"ImpJllnt flf Dn'orN' faint! A..a::.'
P"ILIIIIII..illll, I 1I1I'lIlralc'. P'ne' t al. ; : :m the abAve f'nmf'd: ra': ar.9
r ":rQadP: ; !tiex: a nt"'paPf'!' rest::,,:.'"
tie "'pr.l\I t UlI..uh wllr .li..Irilllllllr i fur : .'ti-4:7:: Pstn, hrh Cnr.'t F: '.

a. 'iee4.. III ti... :1 I'I'I"'.II lUll uf tlle..r prul.'ufl. I. ..L\,:,..:. ..a..rebc'I'hll'h d.lma th:. OI&!...tho.>.4 r.-::
.. Iu ullr "Iu'Ally natl.! ; .,: ,h..d ,r.rp f'i'h ""PI !, .,; r :.o
.i', :':5' "f'f'kI..j.: ..- Lumber
:.c1SSO ORDER at W'T t' ?
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Page Six The Eo..erglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday November 22, 1946

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11EETING Cinematic Chatter I Last Sunday saw the largest at- I Point was notified Wednesday I i' were visitors in Gainesville over

The Nazarene WF.M.S. met at tendance this season in the Pa- the weekend.
By Malcolm Millar that an uncle, S. S. Green, hall ___.
hokee Men's Bible Class, thanks to --
the home of Mrs. Molly Spooner
the efforts of Membership Vice I died at his home in IcLain, Miss., Mrs. P. F. McIntosh of Live
Devotions were led by the Pastor, Those who remember Paul Muni after suffering from heart trouble o
President Thurmond Knight and Oak is the guest of her son and
after which prayer was had fir for his very excellent performances his company of enthusiastic group Plans calls for the funeral to be daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. C.

our Missionaries in India. The at the local cinema house in captains. The contest which will held on Friday, Miss Todd said. A. McIntosh, in Pahokee.

business meeting was opened by the past will welcome the news close Sunday December 1st, finds I

the new president Mrs. C. R. that he is to return to the Prince Paul Watson and his men in the

Moore. It was decided to again Theatre this Sun- Adrertiwwr+t
screen coming lead, with the others close behind
send birthday cards to our missionaries day-Monday in "Angel on my I The victory dinner for men and

also that in we have secret Shoulder" with Anne Baxter and I boys has been postponed until the From where I sit ...4l Joe Marsh
sister birthdays our society.
Claude Rains sharing the top bill- night of Monday December 2nd.
After the bu.iness our Supt. sf ing with him. i I The class enrollment goal ot two .- -
Study Mrs. Maggie Gant, gave a I't
They are doing a piece that will hundred with one hundred in at.tendance -

quiz on India. prove a fantasy that is different is within sight of fnrtt- Why Bert Won
The next meeting will be held
ion. This lesson "Chris-
than anything that they have done Sunday's ,
at the home of Mrs. Frances Johnson -
in the past. This tells the story tianity \'s Paganism" will be dis-
First Prize
When roll call is given, each .
Re\ C A.Moberg ,
of a gangster who is killed and cussed by the teacher,
one will respond with a paragraph wakes up in Hell. He persuades The greeters selected by I

from the "Other Sheep", our missionary the Devil to accompany him back Fellowship Vice President Claude Foils weren't sired when belong with 1M enjoyment of s

Nazarenf. I to earth. There the pair ply their Shirley for this Sunday will be Bill Bert Childers won first prize for wholesome beverage of moderation

There was nineteen in attend- evil business with a judge and his Cunningham and Bob Douthit. A his rom at the county fair. And Andy,of course,is a wholf-
Delicious refreshments
ance. were daughter, causing the daughter most cordial invitation is extended Yet the judges admit it wasn't hearted supporter of uSelf Rrgu-
served by Mrs. Spooner, assisted
and her father many anxious mo- to all unaffiUate-d men and visit- just because Bert had the finest lation."That's thesystem by which
Todd and
by Audrey Spooner, Lois
Hazel ments. The j u d g e however, ors to attend. The class meets in I ear of corn. He knew how to dithe Brewers and tavern keepers

-Dony-- ---. . ---- cleverly manages to put on over Fellowship Hall on Bacom Point play them: neatly arranged, with themselves make sure that taverns
on the gangster and his evil com- Road Sundays at 9:45. I the husks cleanly trimmed, and the selling beer are dean and orderly.
Mr. and Mrs W. H Brewton
panion and the two go back to booth white and spotless.
have a.c: guests her sister, Mrs.: H.M. Hell to remain. IS MIAMI HOSPITAL From where I sit. people like"Trimmings"
Rahn Springfield Ga., her C. A. I sure make a ditter- Andy also rate a "First prize" Not
Stuckey of Pahokee is reported -
there is .
niece trs. D H. Reilly, Savan- Tuesday-Wednesday a to be met DO matter what you're otTerjust for the Quality of the product
slowly improvingafter
nah, Ga., and Mrs. W. A. Little of I double feature, with "Prison Ship"first in j ing-as Andy Botkin keeper of the -but for the "trimmin too.
up This one tells the story an operation Miami over I Garden Tavern well knows. Andy
Springfield I I the week end following an attack i
4of II I a Jap Horror ship transporting doesn't just sell good hHr. lie sells 111
of appendicitis and rupture of his
American prisoners to their doom. I it in a place that's clean and attrac- n'fAtJ
Mr. (
appendix Stuckey ig man-
There are hair-raising incidents -
many 0 tin in nice surroundings that
in the picture until the ; ager of the Community Ice plant eo'
Classified Adswwwvw
in Pahokee
American manage to outwit the I I Cvprighs,1946, UnileJ Sratrs BrtMl1 f s
Nips and win the day Nina Foch ,I

SEPTIC tanks and grease traps and Robert Lowery are bearing I
the star billing in this one- }
cleaned and Phone

3872, Bob Douthit repaired., Pahokee. MiTe lightful The second musical picture romance up is under a de- iitviii: I iii I ;I iio I I iit'i' I I I I

FOR R\U;: Fine display of New the title Ieet Me On Broadway", I

and reconditioned trailers. Small with Marjorie Reynolds and Fred I

down payment balance like rent. Brady, together with Jinx FalkenI I

We have three lots and carry a !! burg wearing the stars. This one r y

Se'entyfithoufiand doll a r s i has many delightful song numbers FILLET

stock, we surely ran solve your and ensembles that eye catching. OFlIECPc

hoeing problem. Arthur Trailer With the hot bands and intricate T ROll

Sales, East main St. Paho'kee. dancing this will turn out to be the a la JA T'Witl1

Open from 10 a. m. Eo 9 p. m. hit show of the evening.ThursdayFriday I J'I X
daily including Sunday tfchFAR3I brings Gene 11 CUp IL s.

and Dana Andrews in an iTierney I I II : o loch bread f:1rn Bee % C up bout lI1ilJ lillet. .i.... Pal1,'

UUSS from $5,000 up onwell I I interesting and mysterious story I '::,, ,.:: 'Water a sad cook IS Peralep and ced onOI1., I cover

located, improved land and under the title "Laura". This one tP lillet.d tlick n ilh nute+.rDrain celery, {ed Pnc tbsp.

rattle ranches 41i percent interest II i tells of a girl, murdered, and supposedly .... 01. s .... UlJe b o coo :
10 to 20 years to pay. Prudential : the mysterious Laura. A : .'a 1 : -; : light r'UJg. p malin 9 the JlJg until cUp

Insurance Company of America. detective unravels the mystery in .. ...' ,w thi:/1e l1JOlJ wig a :Ql fur OllJOUz2.aUe e Over, lil/er.lau c:' :'lI2OOllle 1teocrt

Apply C A. Bailey, agent, Belle I the end of the show, only after he of frosty and Past o 9IlJg.r. C aJ''nkle

Glade, Fla Box 216, Phone 70. tf has kept a watchful eye on two I lAg ha. mo.j 'Pallling I : aPri4a. ornj.hilh "

,suspects, one is a young man M. ; ;: -'} laclson'ilJ $5.00 t 0 BEER. Sorni.1J with '
FOR SU: New Chrysler industrial .' eat Se l'1Or da. Mrs. Loula ervea 4 to 6.
whom Laurs is to marry and the I Or
power unit, starter and generator 1 ", fJon' 11 Pub end ua fhJ' deli4bu eR ova .
other is an eccentric columnist, I r 11Y '
and automatic shut-off ed. $ w giono dil/er,
IAdd ess ,
who has given her a start in thebusiness f Rec ,
Phone 531 4002 Canal Point. tf M pe te PaidPe: au4gca.
or I h uP ; ;
world. The later suspect 'M ; : +;: ..- .- '._ .. 111e.Floridy or. 1A J\ BREW INJt.. Mae w,
attempts to kill Laura but she is I : .'
Hut SALE: One complete celery ; :0.' CO..
saved by the detective and the
washer, including all electric
whole thing is unraveled in apleasing
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motors reducers, conveyor chains, i 4 u' / wri
manner. ; :
ttr. This machine is built in sections. +
Saturday brings another double i! +
and ran easily be moved.
featured program. First up is :
WatE'r pump not includtd. Call
"Gun.Town"'ith Kirby Grant and
Knight Farms, Phone 103 Den I
Fuzzy Knight in the starring roles ,
Glade X29nm
and furnishing action enough to I

all of the \\'sh'rn fans. '
S.\U:: Popcorn machine,
peanut roasters, Gett'm hot Second one up brings Sidney
Toh'r, Charlie Chan in "The
I as
percent tiff on all fans and
electric dork.... J. f' Doman Pa-I Red Drag-on". which puts Charlie !
hokfBdlr in 3 tough pot for a timt But I
Gladt' road near the I

light plant Pahokft' Nov29pFOR rafter I many ('xcitingexperiences
- - --- and near teath's! he solves the
S.\tt:: Muck 4 yds $tOO, mystery and \\"t' all go home glad i iI

Vest Palm Beach Sand -Shell I\\"t' went to the cinema. !

-1 yds $12.00, C. .\. Bailey, Belle See you at the mo'iesIal. I i''
Gladt' tf ---e- ,

fln'HCIi u. fllm T
Hm RE\T: : Front bed room byterek N
month, Mrs.
or men only.
AND BOi i the sub-
W. J. Larrimoft', Pah(1ktl' He #
.' )est of the Les;:on.Sermon which : cD '),

Ja\Utns of The Everglades will be read in Churches' of Chnst. I'
\t'WS who taw failed to nil in Scientist, throughout Ut world on I ,
their decks for will Imtl.\y. November 21. :
not lIt' rwkt'n from subscription the mailing The Golden Text i.: "I b.seech I -J;;., The true, old-time chefs of this region soy that steaming -

hit until next wt't'k. The scarcity 0 you therefore brethren. by the I :; seafoods in a mellow, regional beer is not a new

of makes It ImIt'ratiw that mercies of God, that ye present ,. :
paper discovered that in the
long doing so
sacrifice, I 'I thing They ago ,
mall your bodies :1 living .
ue copies only to those whose ;; -' '
vuh cnptlor. are (1iiJ. i i1'I'RlTl'RE wholly. acceptable unto G o d. j ordinary seafood dinner took on a new, richer flavor

--- which is your reasonable sf-n'ire" . mode a "dish", a "delicacy" Such is the case
nm S.\U:: Corn Romans 12:1g.

I'ldt' house hold furniture, il- I Among/ the citation. \\hirb with FILLET OF TROUT a 10 JAX regional flavor

eluding Iltlrl'h setetc.. Call :Wl prist' the Leon-Sermon; is ron-I to please a master chef! 1AX
or call at Lido C'lub.' raht1kE't'. ltp'1iH lowing from the nbe: SAY
Serve JAX Beer the Drink of Friendship with < ,
-- know that It our earthly house of : golden, lo' ,<

ford I.l1 N tllit,'rgc to refrigerator exchange for j- this t3ht'rnadrIrt' dissolved. Wt' : all your favorite regional dinners. Enjoy this great

smaller or.t' 1rs. \\'. H. Key, taw a building/ of G,1l1. an house regional beverage often, too, just for refreshmQnt
rot made with hands: eternal !!'1
1'\ l'kt't" Fl\ ltel'1)R the ht'Jwns" 11l Corinthians ;. 1 It's a great regional drink-premium brew you'll tavor'
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la:\T: Z.rUtlm apartment. The Lt sson- t'rmon al..o Int':'..:. .

adult t'r.1y. call 331. e.in\l the fonowirg passage from ,. .

Point lte l' n tl.\n Science tt'xtbt(1k. ":' COMPANY t i; Jacksonville FlondaDISTPJBt'TFJ
t r.. a and Ht'31th1th Key t!I ":. : ..... ,
SI .rrt\lrt' b\ Mary Biker: Eddy
Pawl said. 'Walk 1D the Sprt
and \"t' shall not fulfil t'.e' h..t ,oftht'
flexi Sooner or later WE' shall > Bi
learn that the fetters of C1l.1's

RELIEYEDly i finite capacity are forged by the Connell
illusion that ht fives in body in-I Shelley

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a... t....r... t: Spmt" (p. 223:2): BELLE GLADE n.A

Friday, November 22, 196 The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Page Seven
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Rev. C. T. Howe3 assisted Rev I Clewiston Bank I Ordinary Thistle Is beekeepers can't see the advantage Mrs. H. L. Speer is substituting
Scotty Bozenman with a series ot of telling all they know about as mathematics and English teacher -
special services at the Moore Fixtures Modernized Source For Honey their business and thus encouraging at the Pahokee Junior High
Haven Methodist Church on Ion- I competition. School until a full time teacher can

day and Tuesday. Visitors at the First Bank of You might not think the common There nave been stories of be found to succeed Miss Ann
Clewiston Tuesday morning after thistle has any commercial strange men-who could be in the Major who recently resigned.
- i the Armistice Day weekend, felt possi i1ities. But they do all illicit booze business-dri\'ing up ----..

at first that they were in the kinds of original-and profitable- to some beekeepers' places, hauling Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Shaughnessy -
rc' I wrong place of business for during things on Everglades farms. And off their honey. and paying them accompanied by Mrs. O. R.
i I the weekend, starting Saturday so, in the past season, the 'Glades then and there in cash. But ag- Bleech spent the weekend in Miami .
I afternoon the old-type partitioning have produced at least one carload riculture officials wouldn't talk visiting their daughter, Miss
had been removed and replaced of honey made out of tho3 about that angle.- ami HeralJ. Jeanne Shaughnt'oSsy.
POllllCAL PATHS OF I with marble and glass of the most thistles. I I

GLORY OFTElIlEAO' I modern design. Thistles in the past couple of 8
The new marble partition, in years have been spreading on uncultivated -
TO TNt GRAVY which there are three teller winS parts of the 'Glades, explained 0 On Your Next Visit to West Palm Beach no Your 0o
doves is built straight across the H. L Speer, a.5-sistant a
Iiher"1 room at right angles to the south Palm Beach county farm anent
.. t wall but turns some ten feet from The seed, which flies about readIly Christmas Shopping o
V the north wall at right angles and could have been brought in accidentally I
i gives space for a fourth teller window on many of the trucks 0 -AT- Q
= YQj on that end in the recess from .which ply between the Okeechobee
.-., the lobby. At the back of this re- area and points as far as Boston 0
cess a door leads into the bank. or by other means.Thetre FORD
The marble partitions are
gre the same old common *
regular height and have low glass thistle you used to see back Norte
tops to give a very modern appear- They have lots of blooms in spring CAMERAS and ACCESSORIES
ance to the banking house. Mr. The Everglades bees have taken tithe a X THE LATEST IX nOOKS aI
Stewart's office will also be en-
goldenrod and Spanish bay :i: FOUNTAIN PEXS and DESK SETS
marble and I!
closed with a similiar onet.
I glass partition on two sides. (! PERSONAL STATIONERY
Thistle honey, with W. D.
: The walls and floors will also be Motes and F. C. Markham of Bell I! CIIII.DREX'S nOOKS 0

refinished to harmonize with the Glade as two of the main pro 1 PICTURE; FRAMES Q
And inadequate News.Mrs. .
new fittings.-cIewiston ,ducers, began reaching the mar-
often points out the path to .. ket. The trade was enthusiastic And Iany Other Items for Christmas
W. R. Kaufman and son, about it. It's even superior to the a GiftS
the courtroom Rex, has returned home from a famed Tupelo product in Agent I I iIJII

visit with her parents in Fort Speer's opinion and quite a few HALSEY & GRIFFITH Inc
: Lauderdale. persons agree with him. Speer ,
!, .- -- says it doesn't turn to sugar read II 3l3.1-l i Iatura St. Phone 3SS3
0. R. BLEECH Mr. and Irs. P.. G. Johnson, Jr., fly as other honey does. n '''est Palm Beach FIa
IXSl'U.\XC l\IIOKEE had as a guest over the weekend How much honey of all kind ; 1!
Fr John T. Payne of Indianapolis is being produced in Palm Beach Ut
Ind county in these sugar shortage
days i.s a question that apparently -
never will be answered accu'rately. ao
Authorities started a stirvey -
come time ago but couldn't
find out much. Apparently many'
y" r ,1yYt

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Paul Iuni, Anne Baxter The Army Ground forces offers you

Claude Rains


The amount of money paid out Double Feature
Look toward! Korea and Japan: A thrilling nr\ jut b and anew
to furnish you with telephone life-tiith intrrrting work, 'lN+rt... rnh-rtaiflllwllt amItralel
Tues.- 'Ved ; ul'purtllniu.-'an I be hall fur tilt' a.king Iy lIIiJlifi .1

service is increasing faster than young: men who \"llIntt-l'r fur this l..t CJyJlry,1lth .tirlMane,
"Prison Ship"Xina 6th, 7th, 2lth or 2jth Infantry Hii..j"n.i .;.

-- the amount taken in. That's be. What an uptlllrtllnitv . "h.t a job! Training in one of
tbf".t> nark uuiti will !OIJn,1 IIU in g.""I1t'JII 1 "hrrrwr yon
Foch, Robert Lowery gn. study a furrlgn Isngu.igr.; ; (I.rarn till fa''in4tulg.rtjlli! IIf
cause telephone materials, services and
wages -ALSO- Military ftlH'rnmt'ntitJI to future II"oIft' anti nprf/ty.

Japan "11..: of Pint'.." art- but a ..atnplr tlf leer attraotions
new building costs have gone up tremendously, of an Army rar..r in this Far [;3..1. This \rmy hat
leet Me On
rr"l't'nt'.1 comfortable Hatch. tht'Jtt'r", +"immini ... trnniSclub.
while telephone rates have remained as low or .. golf ('IIIIN'o. hail IlJfk". Tbr.r familiar haunts! of
Broadway"Iarjorie Ilrr-ar luuri..t.. an.1 many nl'w' JulupmrnhItrui.i" ;s
lower than they were many years ago. Telephone ,CuJ,1, choice "f rl'fft'Jtiun. .
lot f\f'rVunl" un n1f'J..ur.. ur to thi+ jnh. Only 3-fear
earnings are not only the lowest in history, but Reynolds ('nli..tt'... WlP, meet lrr-rrit.,1 ph) 1+'4I an,1 l mt'ntJI 5tandsrds
Brady ran enjoy this Iwnrht. IIf "Il-Ii 01 JIII.- Iltgh II\I".J; pay,
g"I f.M.I and bklging; and a ..nt'rutl" rrtirrmrnt peen male
low record volume of
are dangerously despite a
)Uur future in the ,Army r""n.J; F +rcrs t'r, ;: M.1 tll mlilSe !
your IlfJr""t \rmv HrHllltini O3Lcrr fur full drtalli.! +
business. Reasonable earnings are
required to
Thur.Fri.. U,,.. to: "So..d 0",' "Warriorof Peoce." "1 .1c. .f tAe Aretri'
'Proadl, W. Ito:I."' o.d Moo, ho'toll I'.edcoh e.lorr r04o
safeguard the full usefulness of the telephone

for and community
you your SUITING tAU PAr
Til'rIWY. Dana Andrews PtRUOw4
$",,ice SI"Ieti
i ,. U. S. O..n.I
wwwww i ADOInON Muter Sereart
first 'r.unC . FI6S.O) $198.00

INCORPOIATED LODGING, Surf Saint . . In.oo 118.00
CLOTHES.s.'r, unt _ . h'O.OO 110.00
atul'da\ Corporal . . 90.00 1011.(10
I MEDICAL A.MD Priutt First am . W'..I"Ot"4rAL w'.O')
: "Gun Tovn" CAlf Priut _ 7'l"J w'.('()
i 0""," Ser.Sce: Lunc.c hw Pt, t r Z'

I 1\1.'r, I'.'- I"0 ...'_0'_ .. I"_' J\.t'.'.!"-I.I' _
t. Your RelllJr Army Smll the Mrtiou and Ma.iIDd I. War ad Puce

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