The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00674
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00674
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PLANS I Architect's Drawing of Proposed New Clewiston High School Building ENTRIES POUR IN FOR



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plans for the new I Clewiston .Golf Club, sceneof

Clewiston High School Building I the recent Everglades
: have received the approval of the Championship, prepared this week

county school board and detailed I for a
/..... ... ..... ...,. .. .,rnr.F: ''b1 aA high in competitive activity
II' '_ specifications and plans for the I as entries poured into the

bond election are now being work- club last week-end for the first official -

f ed out. Everglades Handicap

The plan gives a maximum of Sholtz To Speak ionship Champ.
light and safety exits, while providing Sunday.
i : ample accomodations ,for Here Friday Thirty-five entries had

: .' two hundred high school students.In .MAKE RACE FORCOUNTYJEGISLATOR HAVE CHARGE OF last been received when the club closed

addition to a spacious auditorium Sunday evening, and from the

which will seat in excess of Hon. Dave Sholtz, ex-gov enthusiasm expressed

five hundred persons, the building ernor of Florida and aspirant WEEK'S MEETINGNew new meet it is expected regardingthe that

contains six class-rooms, principal'soffice for the office of United States the
first aid and rest entry list will swell this weekto
., ,
Senator held Clande
rt now by
janitor's supply room and dressing Elbert L. of ClewistOR, members the Kiwanis nearly twice that figure.

y rooms for boys and for girls. announces this week as candidate Pepper will speak in Clewlston Club were in charge of the meet- With the exception of Jack Bar.

.'. The building will be of the one- for, Hendry county's representativein next Friday morning at 11:30 ing held Wednesday night at the rett of Canal Point and, Gray Van

story type, this being deemed most the State Legislature to succeed o'clock in the interest of bt'icandldaC3" Barracks. The chief talk was made Landingham of Belle Glade, all of

practical for school purposes. An himself. by F. M. Wright, who is an hon-I the winners and runners-up of the
Mr.: Stewart is a well- I
1/" '. eight-acre tract will be secured for Mr. Sholtz will speak earlyin orary Kiwanian during his ,tenureof tournament just ,closed had handed
Its location and the building will ,known legislator, having,. served office as commander of the in their entries. One of the first
the afternoon in LaBelle
,, be spacious in its dimensions. Hendry county in this capacity for I Clewlston Post of the' American to signify his intentions of trying

three terms. He was first elected and in Fort Myers that nigh Legion. Mr. Wright's talk began for the handicap title was Emmett

modernistic for service in the 1931 session, I in a humorous vein, as he depicted Shelley of Clewlston, Everglades
ished in stucco It will be complete moek of runner-up. O. G. McWhorter
:N and again for the 35 and 37 ses-. a courtroom scene much of
; in every detail with permanent sions. YON MACH WILL NOT local interest. It, grew serious, how- Belle Glade, Everglades champion,

'a J r;r, seats in the auditorium and At the last session he was honored ever, as he touched upon the infinite also registered his entry, and the
: desks in the class-rooms, and pro-I by Speaker McL: Christie'' with possibilities of developmentin lanky Tennesseean will attempt to

per equipment in the Home Eco-I appointment to several of the legis- RUN FOR MEMBEROF the Everglades! section and made I add this title to the one gained

nomics and science rooms. lature's most important commit- the statement that ,the possibilitiesof just a week ago. V. C. Denton of

After the specifications are com tees. He was chairman of the banks he aria were not yet realized.I Pahokee, Second Flight winner was

' ;'' pleted, the school board will endeavor and loans committee, and a member SCHOOL BOARD He discussed some of, the many also in the fold. Denton won first

to contact every freeholder of several others including the developments which he predicted performance honors in the last

in the Clewiston district. Only I Important finance and taxation would some' day become realities meet and is expected to furnish

25% of the free-holders' signatures' ] committee, railroads, telegraphsand M. E. VonMach, chairman of he in the Everglades.Ed plenty of trouble in this one. W.

, :' are necessary to petition -a ave ia.l''I telephones, public 'amus menti, county board of public Instructiom. Colyer, another new r umber C. Owen and Mrs. F'. ''D. Duff, both
but the fJoa.r'd1IOV8 te stated to the News this week tfeafc of Clewlston and winner
election, and
cities and towns, claims ago the ,' eoatribvted a short, huawous runner -
fa 'er4n" fi- he will not be, a ...**&&*> Reelection '
= contact'' every one to fish and game conrattfre talk. R. C. Nowling was unable to -up respectively In the Third
tain the reaction of the district to A few weeks ago Mr. Stewart to the board in the dfcm- attend because of illness, and he Flight handed In their entries. Luther

the proposed bond issue. The elect stated his intention of becominga ing primaries. 4 and E. M.. Cornette, who was' also Jones of Belle Glade, Fourth

: tion will be called for a date t-hir-j candidate to succeed himself, and This announcement will be re- absent, will be called upon, at a Flight victor, also will try for the

,jt;,: ,ty days after the presentation of his statement was met with wel- ceived with genuine regret by pat- later meeting.
'1;I.-, J the petition for the election. Thebondissue ]I come interest over the county. No rons of the Clewiston district, for I title.The Handicap Committee consisting
The Club inaugurated an attend-
l-!;. will call for approximately else hasmade, Mr. VonMach has served the eonimiinlty .
k. one ,, any announcement ance, contest in ,which the mem-I John Thomas, of Pahokee,
; ? : $50,000. of intention"to "' r t rlhe-'r "p -and tffe 'county faithfully bership is divided into two teams. Emmett' Shelley of Clewlston, and

i',. The school board is making every resentative's race, so thus far :Mr in his capacity as school board Each member contributed a half Arthur Wells of Belle Glade, met

effort to speed the preliminaries Stewart has the field to himself. I member.Mr. dollar which is placed in a "Din- with Don Young, Clewiston professional -

necessary to presenting the VonMach states that he has ner Fund". The first week in May last Tuesday to adjust and

., project for final approval, since approximately Tomatoes Are InjuredBy no desire to run again this year, marks the end of the contest, and I assign handicaps and arrange play.
6 weeks must elapse having entered his 'fourth 'year as the winning team receives free: It is expected the system of play

after the project In final form is Four Inch Rain: board member, he feels he shouldbe chicken dinners, while the losers! will allow each entry at least two

,:.t' sent to Washington before the project relieved of its ardous duties will have to pay for the privilege and possibly three rounds of competition

can be started. I and he feels that someone else of dining with the winners. I for his entry fee.

_. L. Phillips Clarke and Wortman, 'I could \serve' the community better."I Entries will close and drawings
A heavy rain, falling on Clewis- The Clewiaton Kiwanians
;." architects, of West Palm Beach de wish to express my thanks", made at the Clewisten club Satur'
ton and a limited surrounding ter- ed an invitation from the reCeiV-j
>, signed the building. said Mr. VonMach, "to the patrons day evening. The meet will open
ritory :Monday afternoon,- wrought Glade Rotary Club to join in (
and the faculty of the local school Sunday March 20th with the first
havoc with about 100 acres of tomatoes ic club day at the Everglades fair
Y' : Group of 'Local Farmers and to the parents of the commun- round of match play continuing over -
:' ; planted in the fields im- on April 8th, for a luncheon meeting -
J,> ity for their past support and co the following Sunday. One round
mediately east of Clewiston be- and a visit to the. fair. It is
Attend Show operation. I want them to know of match play will be held each
S. .. Vegetable tween the Sugarland highway and expected that ''Dave Sholtz, Claude
I that I appreciate it ''deeply. I have week thereafter.
the county road. 4.17 inches of rain I{I Pepper and Mark Wilcox, all candidates -
: always had the sincere interest of Greens at the club are being
r" fell in Clewiston and on that neigh- for United States Senator
A group of Clewiston and, Lake the school ,at heart in everythingI top-dressed and fertilized this weekin
boring hundred acres of tomatoes.At will visit the fair on that day.: They,
:. .: Harbor farmers attended the vegetable have done and have attemptedto preparation for what is confidently -
I' :Moore Haven and LaBelle it are not to be permitted to speakat ,
k:;:: show at the Everglades Ext do as a school board member. expected to be a much larger -
rained not at all, at Liberty Point the luncheon, but will address
? :, periment station on Friday, whena 'and _active meet than the one
', '.' I there was a slight shower. At Rit- the fair crowds 'in the afternoon..
: of the demonstration closed.
tour I just
ta Camp, a few miles east of thp Catholic Men'sRetreat Governor Fred P. Cone and ,his
)> plots was held and a description Entries were slow coming in
.. tomato fields only .6 inch was re- cabinet are also invited to be pres- '
.a.: ., of the various experiments was from the Pahokee and Port Mayaca -
,'' corded. Sunday ent on Civic Clubs Day.
t,'' '. made.. area and many more were ex-
,' The tomatoes were in fields of The Civic Clubs, Day has:; becomean
<, '; The principal experiments were pected to be in this week from that
:. W. C. Hooker, G. B. McDuffie, annual custom at the EvergladesFair
fertilizer, tests on celery plots, va- The Rev. William Kearney, S. J., vicinity. When entries closed Sun-
Thomas Waldron, L. L. Lowe, T. L. and the Clewiston Kiwanis
: riety experiments on English peas, of Miami, will be master of the day evening, Belle Glade led with
,::....:.. various types of insecticides for Akin and E. B. .Bethea. E. L. Stew r one-day retreat for men to be giv- Club always sends, a good representation -/ 17, Clewiston had 16 and Pahokee
--.. ; beans and seed treatment of art had considerable acreage in to the meeting. 2.
po- en Sunday at the Gesu Catholic I .
that vicinity which received as -
;'. tatoes and,, lima beans. Church in Miami. entries< received up to that ume
A table summarizing the experi- much rainfall, but is under a private I
Members of the Southeastern Mrs. Doty Elected were:
mental findings on truck crops was irrigation system and the District of the Holy Name societyin f Belle Glade: Arthur Wells, John
',- follows water was pumped off before the I Harris John Hooker, Robert
.; given as : Florida will sponsor the retreat P.-T. A. PresidentMrs. ,
;" (The fertilizer formula numbers tomatoes' were ruined. He will suffer which is open to all Catholic lay: Creech, Louis Salmonte, W. R.

refer to percentages of nitrogen, only a, partial loss. men. S. P. Clark heads the com. Dickinson, H. J. Harris, H. J..

phosphorus and potassium in the The rain was the first heavy mittee in charge and has announced J. H. Doty was elected pres- Stein, H. C. VanLandingham Mrs.

,, order named.) rain in several months and was that the program for the day ident of the Parent-Teachers As- H. J. Stein, E. M. VanLandingham,
fertilizer formula 0 9-24 badly needed by the entire at its regular O. G. McWhorter, Dr.
Celery, '- sec :will begin at 7:45 a. m., when sociation meeting Lou Betzner,
rate per acre 1000 pounds. tion. retreatants assemble to attend Tuesday, and Mrs. M. M. Previtt W. J. White, Mrs. O. G. McWhorf-

j Beans (Bountiful), formula 0-6- Mass and general communion In a retiring president, was elected vice- er, Luther Jones, J., B. JOHPS: ,

," 24 to 0-12-36, rate per acre 500 body. president. Other officers, who Clewiston: Emmett Shelley, Tom
T. C. Merchant Speaks
.;. pounds. I Following Mass, a breakfast and were all re-elected to succeed them-! Shelley, Ed Ward, E. E. Kelly,

Peas (Little Marvel) formula 0- business meeting will take place in I selves, were Mrs. Joseph Owen Wynn F. D. Duff, Mrs. F.
Here .On
''. ', I 12-12, rate per 'acre 500 pounds. WednesdayT. the Gesu Parochial school cafeteria. secretary, Mrs. O, A. RObbins'i D. Duff, Bud Vaughn, C. V. Park-
1 '
-: I..' -\ Cabbage, formula 0-6-12 to 0V I I At'' 10:30 a. m., the first sermonof urer and Mrs. B* E. Herring, his-' inson, W. H. McCracken, Mildred
.;,, 6-24, rate per acre 500 pounds. _. the day will be given, discussingthe torian. McCracken, J. F. Curry, WiC..
; Lettuce (Big Boston) formula, C. Merchant, Madison newspaper -!I theme of the retreat. The P.T. A. voted to do quitea Prewitt, W. C. Owen, W. C. Ow-

<<. 0-12-24 to 0-18-24, rate per acre I publisher In the race for After luncheon at noon, two bit of work renovating the stageat en, jr., Dr. J. W. Ezelle.

500 pounds. the office of United States Sena- more sermons are scheduled and the school building, providingnew Pahokee: V. C. Denton, John

.'.. Potatoes (Bliss Triumph) formula tor, spoke briefly here Wednesday the day will be climaxed by Ben- curtains and a new back- Thomas.
v',: : 0612'to 0-6-24, rate pei afternoon in behalf of his candidacy. ediction at' 4 p. m. ground. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prew- The last match of the Everglades

r : acre 500 pounds.., There was no previous an- This Is the third retreat to be itt and Sidney Hoover offered to Championship was played off last

'f' (An additional side dressing o.l t nouncement of his coming and sponsored by the society, and plansare donate their services, ad the P.-T.( Sunday when F. D. Duff (15) of

i'' ;.: 500 to 1000 pounds was applied there were few people out lo now being 'forwarded to makeit A. will provide the funds for need- Clewiston defeated Dr. W. J.

r to celery.) hear him speak.Mr. an annual event. The .Southeast-. ed materials. Mrs. Prewitt gave an White (15) of Belle Glade, 7 and

, I Attending the Instructive vege, Merchant Is advocating prin- ern district includes within its Interesting report of the East Tri- 6.for. top honors in the Bye-Conso-
:'. table show were J. E. Beardslcy, cipally a referendum vote 'on war, boundaries all cities from Yero County Council of P.-T. A. which lation Flight. .

D. W. Beardsley, Clarence Lee believing that this will keep the Beach' south to Key West and as was organized the first of the

I Jim Henderson, Dave Shensky an United States out of foreign wars. 'far west as Moore Hived and C4ew- month at a meeting In LaBelle.
.. Arthur Lee. He believes that the covernment iston. Parish members .froHi this The local P.-T. A. was representedby year, and at that time the annual

should be run on a more business- vicinity are urged to participate in Mrs. Prewitt, Mrs. J. H. llety reports of the various office' > -"...1-

'. E. Wilson of Wet Palm L Bead like bails and he i. agnin* the retreat which jjyonilfc.** 'f ."' and Mrs. Joseph Robbins. j committees ,will be givou. Office

I t' was transacting bfiSffrfiftfe. ftf OKfTS-"fesulartion of farms aii'd. }bNismeWesby both valuable a-nd 1i tire ting' t The April meeting will H.t& o will also be Installed at the .next

l ton Tuesday: .. .. the. .government. > Ca-thollf.J! laymen. .'. .'. .". last meeting of th$ AssocfsPtion( meeting.,, ", ts .: ..
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Rossini Sneeredat y f THE cttffim ombMlHMHi

On the'Right Track I .
Wagner's Opera I Hi M M BBMVIF

occasion when Arnold I S'mi
Recalling an and tkrills
Schonberg "impressionistic1 es
The lave Leenckwry
composer, came to London to conduct gcxb

a Schonberg program witl"explosive" oF giving I
results, Sir John; cF Greens {
Black-Our vegetarian friend, Just turn up your.tvo < jj i
Sguire is reminded of Rossini. being -
taken by friends to hear an : > : ; Brown, has been true to his prin- lA yovr tt.te- '

opera by the new marvel, Richard ciples. And make 't..1'\ l
Wagner. The dialogue, after the ; S White-What has he done now? .venture.
Black-He's run away with a
show, ran like this:
Disciples-What did you think of: grass widow. oP living. o

vit, Master? : i "" {rhr11tRb I
Rossini-I don't'think it would be<
Odds and Ends
fair to express an,opinion without Jr N 1X at.4y r
Young Man (at' fete-How
hearing it a(eagerly-And second time. when r \ much are you selling kisses" for? j
"One dollar apiece, sir."
to hear it a second
are you going
"H'm. I suppose you won't be
time Master? "
having clearance sale later ?
a on WNU Service.
Rossini (emphatically-Neverl

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2-WAY RELIEF Speaking .
Speak not at all, in any wise,,
FOR THE MISERY OF till you have somewhat to speak;

care not for the reward of your

COLDSrRELIEVES speaking, but.simply and with undivided I
mind for the truth of your
I speaking-Carlyle.

the weather man, has a
In Chicago the world's greatest railroad center, hundreds of trains disposition as changeable as his ARE YOU 3l I
arrive and leave daily over a network of tracks. Gliding through the thermometer." WIFE? i

"yards" on a streamliner from the Pacific coast, passengers see suburban "Yes; has a mercurial tempera- ONLY A4 )'
others going"north, passing and repassing each other. "
trains going west, ment, no doubt.
is the train dispatcher, Men can never understand a three-quarter
flow of traffic
Unseen, but directing this complex wile-a wife who is lovable for three weeks of
who calmly sits at his desk making marks on a long sheet of paper. the month-but a hell-cat the fourth.
THROAT at his command. There is no fussor Relief No matter how your back aches-no matter
and teletype are
Telephone, telegraph how loudly your nerves scrcam-don't take itout
PAIN- RAWNESS bother in this quiet Hubby-Don't bring me any on your husband.
l more bills, dear. I can't face I For three generations one woman has told
room which shouldbyall boY .i another how to go "smiling through" with
standards of human them. LydiA E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It
Wife-You needn't, darling. I helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessen-
behavior-be a madhouse ing the discomforts from the functional dis-
only want you to foot them. orders which women must endure.
ENTERS BODY of 'activity. At any given ;
Make a note NOW to get a bottle of
THROUGHSTOMACH moment, the dispatchercan Pinkham's today WITHOUT FAIL from your
druggist-more than a million women have
ANDINTESTINES report the exact posi- Son-If it's all the same to,you, written in letters reporting benefit.
tion of every train on his wrzlyyfy 3 v wi.. r'r ec Mother, I'd rather have nine Why not try LYDIA E. PINKHAM'3
TO EASE PAIN division, no small feat ina cakes and one candle for my VEGETABLE COMPOUND'lZcal
railroad center like Chi- birthday.
I J\t3 cago. andPatienceWith

The speed with which Bayer tab- Accidentsare, almost unknown % Keep Your Eye on Him zeal and patience, the

lets act in relieving the distressing .in metropolitan }, Tommy=Mum, you said the mouse pierces ,a plank.-Proverb.
of colds and terminals like Chicagoand
symptoms accompanying -
had and
throat is utterly amazing Yyr' baby your eyes daddy'snose
sore New York, certainly
and the treatment is simple much less commonplacethan didn't you? M'gw lU
and pleasant. This is all you do. in, districts. Mother-Yes, Tommy
Crush and dissolve three genuine outlying "Well, ,he's'got grandpa's teeth r WHITE JELLY |
Bayer Aspirin tablets in one-third One of the leading safety now. LARGE JARS 5tAND/Ot |
glass of water. Then gargle with factors has been the block,

this mixture twice, holding your signal, which, divides
,head well back. ,trackage into sections and l Pr' .aa v ,'
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almost like a local anesthetic on danger points.
the irritated membrane of
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Chest ColdsHere's 1 Pureasa

:what Penetro does-
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counter-irritant action-' increasing There are several thousand miles of trackage in the Chicago area, MountainStream 7
blood, flow. Helps relieve but the dispatcher knows the exact position of every freight car. He
local congestipn; -eases determines their fate "and watches solicitously over their contents, espe- ; -
tightness and loosens' phlegm due, cially if they contain ,rush .sqipinents'or perishable commodities which -

",to chest colds.Stainless must be directed 'to l their destination! immediately. Freight pickup and f
Penetro is sold on a delivery from such bustling points as Chicago's huge Merchandise Mart

money-back guarantee.35'c There'seven jar constitutes a mammoth task in itself but the dispatcher takes it in his y
contains twice 25c size

greater economy,in thejarger stride.Adding like the a Oil purity -. an objective
sizes. Sold by all dealers every- to' the dispatcher's d'uties'in' a center, Chicago are
where., Be sure to demand Penetro. numerous trains from other rail systems which use his tracks part of the achieved by Quaker State's lab.

time,' or which switch freight from their line to his,Many of these change- oratories.four great, modem

Wisdom Comes overs are.. daily, scheduled occurences., Others happen unexpectedly.Snow y. ., '' refineries operating under

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blocks the tracks or: a "hot box" ,is reported. Immediately the

dispatcher sends working! crews. ; and :equipment- to. the scene of troubleso
that trains- ,may continue to, move.:.- A ,few minutes later he. is,'ad-
vised that an incoming train"carries: an.invalid. .Result, : The dispatcher:
sends,:.a "red 'cap"' to ,meet-the train, armed with a wheel chair. He is
truly the ''"nerve ceriter": 6f>a railroad sxsteijj, a.man whose"stupendous s of ,
responsibility dwarfs the duties of law makers'nd captains of inI x' .. fWhen ;

INSIST OH GENUINE NUJOLCopr. I dustry. Yet he, lives unknown to all but the fellow railroaders whose

.1837.StUKW loo. actions he guides.

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) ,, Nesvs JReviesv of Current Events Short Stories AROUND Items of Interest

young wife was giving
i THE first dinner-party and .rfJl Is to the Housewife
H LID OF TVA was rather nervous. "John, the HOUSE

darling," she said to her hus- 'I _. '.

Chairman Morgan Demands Congressional Inquiry band, reproachfully, "do look

, after poof Mr. Robinson; he's To Protect Grates.-To keep ;poonful of milk is added to the
Refuses to, Resign Spanish Cruiser Torpedoed I helping himself to everything." grates free from rust mix with vater before the eggs are placedn
little and the
blacklead a turpentine pan.
The master called the cook methylated spirit, equal parts of ITo

) 1 /...,.x3%':' 5, ?v':5utrtios.3:: % M: .; ; and spoke thus: "Mary, my each. Prevent Iron Sticking.-
.', mother-in-law, is coming to stay Nhen pressing curtains, add half '

!:t with ,us for a month. Here is a Importance Pressing.Mostlist i. teaspoonful sugar and a quarer -

'xt of the dishes she loves-and hems should be pressed twice, : teaspoonful ,salt to each table-

4 1% n E\. 4 the first.time you serve. one of once after tacking; and again ;poonful of starch.

l3b ..pp them you're" fired." after the seam is finished. Press *, *

a+ I ., ,* the hems on the wrong side over Filling for Peppers.-Leftover _

"A man's lips have yet to a damp cloth. ice or macaroni mixed with

touch mine," said the sweet =ooked meat 'makes a good filling'or

miss, as she slammed on more Appetizing Eggs.-Poached eggs ', green peppers or tomatoes.
lipstick. will be made white and plump Che latter need to be cooked only

and more appetizing if.'a tea- JO minutes in a moderate oven.

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Evidently these three leaders in the fight about the administrationbacked THE soil and climate of this part

"Third Basket" tax bill did not get enough pro and con. on the of the country'are an open bookto

house floor. They continue their argument in the corridor, with the bill's the seed experts who breed

w-\ author, Representative Fred Vinson of Kentucky, right, rebuking Representative and select pedigreed Ferry's
..t Allen T. Treadway of Massachusetts, left, for his opposition Seeds. In their experimental
of North Carolina, they have perfectedseed
to the measure. Representative Robert L. Doughton gardens,
i" center, who introduced the bill to the house, backs Vinson. varieties that are at their
best under these conditions.

You'll find these seed varieties
3 in the familiar redandsiIver'Ferry's
(;{ : 1:7Jlduuc.dc' Seeds store display.The -

c' V THE WORLD'S WEEK unique Ferry-Morse Seed-
Breeding' Institute has spent
;' Western Newspaper years to bring them to perfection.

:' ter Prieto said they were now pre- I Select your seeds from the
of Row
L Claim Cause
.; Berry pared to fight the conflict to a finishon Ferry's Seeds display-all have
LONG existing warfare between the seas.General been tested this year for' ger-

A. E. Morgan, chairman of Franco was reported to mination-and further tested

the Tennessee Valley Authority, and be reorganizing all his troops from for triteness to type. 5c a

his fellow directors, David Lilien- Africa so that he can carry on if packet and up.1938 NOVELTIES
thaI and Harcourt too. 'Ferry-Morse Seed Co.,
Mussolini withdraws the Italian con-
; r..tF ::>' 4m
Detroit San Francisco..
Morgan, has come tingents in accordance with the expected ,

t. to a climax, due to agreement with Great Britain -

) the claims of Sen. Conversations to lead to that FERRY'S7i

George L. Berryfor agreement were started by British 'A
i ;:.i"': $5,000,000 because and Italian diplomats.
< his allegedmarble ft 7NL7 T1 91Y
l f;?:l f.i quarries y TWe 1
,L .
I > Take Two Islands draperies is as exPciting rod through the casing and
:: ; ,:W :.::<. were flooded in they
""*': '" frock. the-valance is ready to hang.
f{t : 4i ><<) UNDER Curtains sound the :keynote of a Are you in 'a rut about your
isY.: {i Doctor Morgan has Secretary of the Interior
:: J whole room, andthis is the time of curtains? Do you know the dif- .rfi DAICJ
fJ.fJW' .
". demanded a showdown Ickes added to the island posses-
,'c' l **;$** year to be thinking about them. ferent methods that decorators :
:: of which he
; in the form sions of the United States :;
..}?..i A. Morgan a congressional investigation supervises two little bits of land'in The chintz draperies with shirred 'use to'give windows individuality? :
book SEWING for the
In her
valance shown here are dignifiedand
,: islands
, :: : of the whole TVA setup the Pacific-Canton and Enderby -
('- :: yet charmingly informal. Home Decorator, Mrs. Spears
: and its activities. in the Phoenix archipelago.Their
\:\" :.. A commission appointed by 'a fed- value is as stopping placesfor They are easy Jto make; ,they have has told 'the whole story with
the tailored effect that is sketches and text. Slipcovers, dif- FERRY'S. SEEDS
; eral court in Tennessee reported theclaims transoceanic air flights to Aus- smart
of Berry'and associates' .tralia. usually obtained only by using a ficult dressing tables, and making ;.
t. were worthless. Included in the. President's order valance board, yet they are hungon of lamp shades, how to bring .furniture -
1\\ ordinary double curtain rods : up to date and many other Mind's Portrait
: lands in the Antarctic first visit-
; Chairman then issued a are
Morgan ed Admiral Byrd and other of the type shown here at A. technical problems are treated in The countenance' is the portrait
:: long statement revealing that the by '
: this useful dollar saving book. mind the its in-
quarrel in the authority was due not Americans. The side drapes are made of of the eyes are
himself and -n full widths of the chintz, and are Readers wishing a copy formers.-Cicero.
(tr ) to differences between
send and address enclosing
name ,
i,;', his colleagues over policy, but to his New French Ambassador hung on the inside rod Cut with the plain val: 25 cents (coins preferred), to Mrs.
at the
, casings top.
efforts to "honesty, openness,
I n OYJNT RENE DOYNEL DE Spears, 210 So. Desplaines St.,
C ance material the desired depth
decency and fairness
SAINT-QUENTIN who replaces it Chicago, Ill
ment." and twice as long as the space

Lilienthal and Harcourt Morgan Georges Bonnet as ambassadorfrom is to fill after it" is(shirred. Hem
France, arrived in Washington bottom. Now make -
retaliated,with a long defense statement the ends;;and TIPS
the chairman r and proceeded a row of gathers along the raw to
severely criticizing -
; f/J to the White House edge at the top, another row 2%
and that he retire
-4' suggesting
in full regalia to BLOUNT True Blue
from the commission. President ; inches below the first and a third GardenersCare
(A ,. present his creden Cuta
Roosevelt made public this statement w row 1h inch below the
tials to President
;. piece of buckram 4 inches deep
:w : leading observers to believe ,, :. !
he rather sided with them. But : j$ ,. y Roosevelt. The countis and as long as the outside curtain Known and Used the World Over
fifty-four years rod. Bind the ends of this strip.
:; Chairman Morgan replied that he in Planting'CANTING S Plows-Cultivators
old and a bachelor.
would not resign under fire and in Place the shirred valance edge I a Horse and Tractor Disco
and planting prelim-
I -' He is a distinguishedcitizen side down on the strip of p Harrows-Section Harrows
a letter to Representative Maverickof of France wrong inaries demand care as the first o One and Two Row Planters .
buckram at'B.. Cut a casing .
Texas reiterated his demand for as Fertilizer Distributors
and the scion of a wide enough for the rod to step toward a successful garden. o Genuine Steel Plow Shapes,etc.
an investigation by congress. Reso- ,strip The ,ground should be worked
long famous family. slip under it after the edges are' O All genuine BLOUNT Implementsand
lutions for such an inquiry were introduced four
and the top three or
Other callers atSamtQuentm deeply
:...... j ''. and Senator Norris, patron the White House turned, and place it over the val- inches should be made as fine and Repairs fully guaranteed.
at C. Stitch the See Display at your local
edge as
saint of TVA and similar proj- ance
r who aroused much interest were loose as. possible.A BLOUNT dealer or write
ects sought'' either to smother the casing strip and the valance to
:', cnsideration in
the three unmarried sisters of King
shown. Turn the
; proposed probe or to see that it Zog'of' Albania. The princessesare the buckram' as planting is to have the soil'favorably BLOUM 1 PLOW I WORKS
the other side
valance to
carried by friendly hands. over "
V was on
moist but not wet. If
tour of the United -damp
on a pleasure stitch throughthe EVANSVILtE INDIANA :
and ,
of the buckram
..: .
In the midst of the Lilien- demand that
rumpus States and it is officially denied of shirring circumstances you '
other two as
thal announced that the government rows when the ground is dry,
.';' that they are seeking suitable. hus- the outside curtain plant
is willing to buy the properties of bands over here. shown. Slip moisten trenches before droppingthe

private electric companies in water to
:. : power seed. Use enough

;:::,.>" the TVA area provided the owners Bill Fierce Tongues wet soil, but not enough to cake. s,5,4Osl5RADVI
Borah Hits
( will sell them at sacrifice prices. Navy To retain moisture after plant-

\..; .. The utility officials interested were JUST, before the house began con- Those who are basest and, as ing, cover seeds with fine earth 6
. :'.' invited to meet him and Harcourt sideration of the administration's experience has taught, afraid to and press down firmly.

.':. Morgan for a discussion. Lilienthal ,billion-dollar naval construction bill,, venture into danger, are very Generally, a temperature be-
: said that if the proposed purchases Senator Borah virtually gave notice talkative and very fierce with tween 65 and 75 degrees when

''i were carried out, private power en- that the measure would not gel their tongues.Tacitus.Dr. planting is most favorable.

, ':-;; : terprises would be eliminated ins through the senate without a lively Depth of planting is important,

:t< ",, northern Alabama, northeastern9i fight. He gave out a statement at Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are an and it varies, of course, with different 2 Become an artist

. ;f7..J-:., ) Mississippi and nearly all of Ten- tacking the naval building program effective laxative. Sugar coated. 'seeds. Generally, seeds approximately proven method. Learn through Commercial our practical Art,
nessee. He also announced that the as an unjustified step toward "the Children like them. Buy now!-Adv. the size of turnip' Designing,Cartooning ATHOMB in your spare
.' TVA would be ready to advance cit- of another World time.Trained artists ore Capable of earning$30,
, beginning war- seed should be covered not more $50 $75 week.Write for FREE BOOK,"Art
ies in the area, otherwise unable an armaments war." Three Generations than half an inch. Larger seeds, for iSleasure and Pront."Telb all about this simple
f, : financially to purchase local power Borah is'the senior member of the method of learning to draw and gives details of
Grandfather had, a farm. such as peas, beans and corn TWO Artist's Outfits given students.State age.
:,:. plants'funds from an appropriation senate"foreign relations committee. Father had a garden. may be planted one to two and Studio 79JE Washington School ol Art
" of $50,000,000 voted by congress in --7 Son has a c opener.- one-half inches deep. IllS-ISth Street,N.Washington,D.C.
' the recently amended TVA act.
: .: Widens Tax Field

TN A 5 to 2 decision of far reaching .
':!\ \ Franco Warship Sunk *- implications sweeping aside 1 ,

SPANISH insurgents sustained a se- 1 more than a century of precedents 1 y 7y I '
vere when their cruiser Ba- the United States Supreme cour

leares was torpedoed and sunk in'' held that income from leases o:

'a big naval' battle off Cartegena.The state school lands is not immunEfrom'

10,000-ton cruiser went downin federal taxation. I

flames and probably about 300 of Justice Pierce Butler, dissenting!I
her crew were drowned. Some 400 with Justice James Clark McRey
Remarkable Iritan contained in Pepsodent Paste
others were rescued by two Brit- nolds, said it was impossible t(
'ish destroyers. foresee the extent to which th and Pepsodent Powder ONL Y!

The loyalist attack by warshipsand I court's opinion upsets the long ,set 1t' Just as a cloud can hide the-Jight of surface-stains can NOW be brushed

planes was carefully planned to tied principle of reciprocal tax im ,the sun-so, too, the natural radiance of away I Then your teeth reveal the dazzling -
F break the rebel blockade of government munity in our dual system of gov %,, ; e ,your teeth often becomes hidden by gleaming luster they,naturally
ports on the Mediterranean ernment. masking surface-stains. should have I...And Pepsodent contain-
coast. The loyalist authorities were The decision was the latest o! ;. Thanks to the speedy, thorough acing Irium works SAFELY-because it
1\ highly elated by this victory in what series in which the Supreme cour s"r lion of modernized Pepsodent containcontains NO GRIT. NO PUMICE NO

they called the first real naval bat- has greatly narrowed: the field o $k ing Irium, 'these unsightly masking BLEACH. Try it : Ii

tle of the civil war, and War Minis- reciprocal tax iI immunity. ,

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The Clewiston News that the cold black and. white of a Judge Konce says it is typical of Honorable J. Mark WIlcox by 'W n. 1' on or 1938. .
0'.esco; efgr\aJ' Jne3r y
Satterfield, Counsel for Reconstruction
newspaper is the best method for hundreds which he receives. The cn mimeographed -
Finance Corporation on February copies: of the form noticeto
:I conveying news and advertising information letter says: 18 1938, which telegram readsas be used in this connection may be
Published every Friday in Clewiston, but he didn't seem to Mr. A. B. C. Koontle, follows: obtained from Mr. Gilmore or at I I
the office of South Florida Conserv-
"Retels February 17 and 18 rel- I
Florida., by the CLEWISTON NEW!!, think the taxpayers were ent'tte'1 I
Inc. Honorable Judge of the Circus ative to South Florida Conserv- ancy I
to' know through this medium facts!! Court, ancy District tax collection pro- EARL L. WAKEFIELD. Secretary I
in which vitally affected. gram. Pursuant to your requestwe South Florida Conservancy District.
they: were -
Tavares, Florida. will defer until April 30, 1938 I''
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor foreclosure suits under such pro-
Your honor and dear judge: gram against the lands of any
But for HIM and his personal taxpayer who will on or before ,
Entered as second class mall matter uses, the newspapers are wonderful I am writing you a few lines to March 15 next give our Mr. Gil- I
February I, 1927 at the Post Office in let you know I am well and doing more or our Attorneys written T. C. MERCHANT
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of and he implores that the voiceof notice of his intention to settle \
March 3, 1897.Snbl'lcrJptloll. the press be turned on free cur-: well, and I am still spending my his taxes under' the program on (Madison. I'In., Newspaper
time hero in the state or before April 30 next. This will I'ublixlier)
rent in his behalf. Times d.: penitentiary.I enable Corporation to proceed
change! guess you remember you sent ale with program against the taxpayers CANDIDATE FOR
Rate $2.00 Per Year. who are not interested
Advertising Rated On Application. Florida newspapers havi for here for ten years when the jury enough to give the notice men- U. S. SENATOR
I_ found me guilty of .manslaughterwhich tioned above and will protect the
| years watched two-by-four politicians taxpayers giving such notice ,. SAYS:
I didn't do at all. They treatus "
of additional 5
grandstand before the public against payment
Devoted to the advancement and welfare fellows pretty good up here, costs incurred by Corporation in '" ;:
of Clewiston and Hendry County. some freak idea proposed to save connection with the program be- "Let tho People -
'' give us plenty to eat and a good a 'i,I
the taxpayer's money by taking tween the date of their notice as ,
bunk to sleep on, but they makeus mentioned above and the date of .4 n Themselves es
business away from certain indus- payment of their taxes. Please 'I
A BLANK FEELINGThe tries; then turn around and Tote take a shower bath twice a wire If this arrangement is sat- Vote on tho
week, which I think is a lot too isfactory so we can advise our
definite statement that }[. some measure through which they much. It is a good safe place to representatives accordingly."' ; p' Question BEr -
themselves derive Landowners to comply
personal are urged
E. VonMach is not ty be a candi- may the stay. Wish you could ,spend a while with the requirement set forth In I. FORE Being ,
profit at the of taxpayers. -
date for school board member expense here and get acquainted with the,' this telegram on or before March 15'j '
I 1938. by notifying In writing Mr. Plunged! Into :
from this district leaves a sort of whole outfit. Now, Mr. Judge, I P. Gilmore at the office of South I zy.
blank feeling in the. hearts of the So far as Senator Futch is con- want you to give me a cut sentence.If .I I. Florida Conservancy District Belle y. Foreign "War."
hasn't anfree Glade, Florida, or the attorneys for
cerned the News :
people of the community. :Mr. Von you cannot do that won't you. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, .
Mach is completing his fourth yearas campaign publicity to contribute, please sir write to the parting Evans, :Mershon &, Sawyer. Post Of- Vote for :Merchant in the Dem-
and we are going on record right : .n Pox 1390, Miami Florida, oftheir ocratic Primary in May. and he
board member, and we have be- ; board and tell them to give me a intention to settle, by paying will. vote for You and Your Child-
come accustomed to his representing now of declaring our intentions to gree parting and a pay roll. I will I mil. their South Florida Conservancy ren in the Senate. '
candidate for District and, State and County ;
the district on the board in an support some other do the same for you some time. ,I I J 1 1o
efficient and quietly aggressive this important office. We don't hope these few' lines will find you :'

manner. :Much that has been accomplished know where our choice will fall, In good health and forgiving mind,
but it will be in the direction of
by the board over the and wishing you much luck and ev-
entire county and especially in this a man who is at least consistent. erything, I am, I I'I

district has been duo to his foresight -Lake Wales News. I Yours In haste.P. SACETY

and to his hard work. .............._"........--....." ...."........................!.o".........-r"M _'.. S. I have been up here six I Vs:TMENT r9 ,4f !i
Mr. VonMach is an executive and .J".I
years now. I have a wife and four
is accustomed to getting things
RAMBLINGS. children back at home of themis
done. He knows how to shape existing one
circumstances to further the : ; :I -only two years ond and one is U p TO \

goal he has in mind, and has not : only six months old. I feel like I

been daunted by the hard situationsand d) Monday morning, we were silently -' ought to.be. home to look after
obstacles that must be
over- things.
praying for rain, and pre-
come by any public official.
editorial admonishingthe
paring an ,
During his more than three yearsin
public to be exceedingly care
office he has been absent from ful of burning weeds, trash or J. M. COUSE What 'Dividen .
only one school board meeting, and otherwise starting a fire, which slJodf6l.:

that because of his wife's serious might easilyleap\\ out of' control:: ,! Counselor and Attorney nt Lnw

illness. He has helped to secure so dry was the earth. Well; the Hopkins Building
some of the race track funds for heavens ,heard the unspoken prayer Wednesdays and Saturdays. ,OUR CURRENT Although Sonny is a bit young to:

school purposes. He has advocated and deluged Clewiston and im- 0:80 to '4:00' DIVIDEND appreciate dividends, his mother: and i

strict supervision of buses and bus mediate vicinity with a downpour.we RATE ON
dad know how
it is that
drivers and is largely responsiblefor might even say cloudburstand SAVINGSSHAfSE important: : : : :

the safety regulations now en- not be exaggerating.Jim J B. Mershon their savings are safe at: work and

forced on all county school bus into the ACCOUNTS
Beardsley gazed
earning liberal dividends here. In
trips. As a member of the county .- A6ENT
clouds when the first few drops IS 4 %
planning board he helped with the fell, and got wet doing so. "I'd ANNU* fact:, these: dividends will help pay
WPA projects of the Harlem and gladly stand in It all afternoon if, New York Life m re* for S onny's education.

Bare Beach schools. Both of these it would make it continue, the Insurance CompanyARCADIA
schools are well-attended and their "
dry he remarked.
crops are so '
attendance record helps bring up Doubtless Elbert Stewart felt the ,' FLORIDA

the teacher-unit average of this same way, but lot! Stewart's tomatoes Clewiston Federal Saving
district. He has gone to much per- bore the brunt' of the. fc :NOTICE. TO OWNERS OP LANDWITHIN
sonal expense to perform the du- SOUTH FLORIDA CON I
shet. The field was. -I snirvANCY DISTRICT.
ties of a good school board mem- Attention of landowners in SouthFkiNia II
deep by dark, we .were, told I I and Loan Association
ber. He has sponsored the debate unservancy District .is. called -
(Perhaps that was a few Riches < 'again'' to the telegram sent to
which have become an annual affair of imagination and the
- ----- --------- -- -
in the schools, and personally of rain-fall.) Anyway, the rain t

provides the gold medals' given seemed to center over that farm

each year to the best debater. Under It measured 4.17 inches there. At

his supervision the school pro- the county line it was practically

perty has been improved and main- dry, and at Bare Beach it didn'train ....' NE..ED.

tained in an equally good condI- at all. LaBelle got exactly c; tpJ

tion during the summer months. nine drops. But Clewiston, well, it :

New: playground equipment, a concrete just rained and rained over here. l

basketball court, improved Four inches is a lot of water to

baseball field and other helpful absorb all at once, Cut there was

improvements have been made at comparatively little acreage planted -

the school building.He that received enough rain to bed I

has worked diligently for the damaged.Mrs. GOOD USED CS

erection of the new High School I
Building In Clewiston, which it ap : Spicer's gardens next the

pears wijl be a reality before his I Clewiston Laundry are just burst-

term of office expires.We ing into bloom. Last week she estimated -

feel that the community will L that she could easily cut

lose one of its best public officials lone thousand stems of 'snapdragons fii

when Mr. VonMach leaves the every morning. Not just one ri '

board,. and the next school ,board morning, mind you, but every TRUCKS ;
member will have a high standard morning. She is shipping constantly : ;

of attainment tow rd'whicl1 to I to out-of-town florists, and her '" ,
work. !'. ...
garden is truly a lovely sight. .
;:. ,

OUR ,. MEMORY NOT SO SHORT The Attorney General says Lake I :. :$ ... ;: :,

Okeechobee is closed. to fresh water CHEVROLET DEALERS' USED CAR STOCKS WERE .;y, ':.:.',-
Senator Futch comes out this fishing, and county attorney B. ,
week with an advertisement pro- A. Bales of Glades County, says t") GREATLY REDUCED DURING ':' l.;(" '

moting his candidacy for membership he don't think it is. So there you :, NATIONAL 1:. Y. .; .

on the Supreme Court Bench, are, and the fish are really: still in
and along with the paid advertisement Lake Okeechobee, but whether you USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEKWow's : b" ,

he sends an appeal to contribute catch 'them, or whether you don't ',;,."': .-.\ I

free reading notices occas- seems to depend on one of those t : :
, ionally which will be of' assistance legal quirks. Just why it isn't pos- ". the time to trade your car for a NEW CHEVROLET ,:1 ,

to to him the in public.getting The over letter his menage promul- sible ary John to pass Citizen laws could that any read ordin-and Come in today and get our liberal offer ','j. ?j.:

gates the Senator's firm belief In understand and interpret is beyond: ..\;;

the efficacy of sustained advertising us. But it seems the legislaturecan tl..:.! So great have been Chevrolet Come in-this week! See the beau ./}"

but elaborates further that the I read a law one way one ses- dealers sales of used cars and tiful new Chevrolet for 1938-the car that : .
dignity of the office he seeks] sion and another way the next ses- -"i:.
tracks- o low'is our supply of certain is and the 1938
complete- Chevrolet
makes it unethical to spend large sion. Maybe it's magic. One time new ; .
sums of money in promoting hi.sI I you taste it, it's fresh water, and makes> models-that we need good used trucks-the thrift-carriers for the nation! : '.; ",..

campaign.This the next time, it's salt water. carp and trucks:: to balance our stocks. Learn how easily you can purchase a ,

is all very Interesting! We -- This means we are.in an excellent: position, smart modern-to-the-minute '
new, Chevrolet
Over in Fort Pierce
just wonder if Senator Futch is they evIdently 'fiT
gambling on the brevity of the have fish that really) are mtzJlifttmJe. a dlotcances"on the purchase by letting us take your present care "

press's; memory-or if he expects to averse to being caught. W. F. faem-heTro&tpassenger cars and trucks., or truck in trade!

bo fed free morsels by the handh Schmidt was fishing in the ocean Cmml Man Imstttaumt Pta-Convenient. Economical Monthly Payments. A General Motors Value.
snapped at so viciously a ouple off Fort Pierce and landed a 12

o: terms ago in the state legisla- pound king mackerel. He thought .

ture. It seems, somehow, that we he had him safely stowed in the

recall a certain Senator Futch who fish box aboard the boat. As lie o : t .. Q :a .: ;1.
tried to finished disengaging! the hook from ,
move heaven and .Ii /,
earth .
in : ; .. ,
ithe fish, the \ Ir '.
an effort to take away: from newspapers -r big mackerel gave .
of the state the publica- one last' seemingly vengeful leap

tion of the delinquent tax lists and at him, giving him a severe bite _

other legals. It seemed that he on the left arm, and leaving two
then preferred the of its teeth there. Several stiches .
method '
carious of letting the taxpayers of were required to close the wound. Clewiston Motor Co.

find out when
Judge J. C. B. Koonce of Lake '
their homes and neighbors' oropsr- county says he received this letter ,
ties were being offered for eale. from a' prisoner at R
iford. It
;No doubt _he even, then al.iztd. seems too' naive 1'9 be genuine, but (,lewiston Florida

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\1 T. C. Merchant of Madison, cai ginia .Turner, Gloria Charmense,, F. M. Wright, Mrs. G. B. Rack- bed. He has dark hair and eyes;!

: ." didate for United States Senatorwas ,1 I Marjolaine, McCracken; BerniceO'Neal straw, Mrs G. E. Smith, Mrs. B. and an olive .skim The door is opening -

r[ a visitor in Clewiston Wednes June and Christine Espen- A. Bourne, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and and the nurse comes in. She

PersonalsMrs. I day in the interest of his candidacy. laub, Doris Simmons, Cleo Scott,, Miss Jean Patterson. I is tall and carried herself with

Sue 'VonMach, Esther Brewer, Car pride. Her uniform and shoes are

line Berner( Rachel Miner, Marilyn (":"rX'-:<<<<":":+: :.(":":,,x.o( white and spotless. Hello-I see
Melvin E. Russell, of Key West! ,,
Davis, Carolyn Robinson, Jeanette'II you are doing what you always
D. Larner left Friday foi r candidate for state senator from l and Lillian Golden, Betty Lou Em-; SCHOOL NEWSBernice dreamed of doing. .

I a visit of several days in Miam I this district, spent Wednesday in l rich, Mary Katherine Dyess, Dude i Now we are on the campus of a
Beach. Clewiston campaigning. Mr. Russell : Smith, Grant Brewer Kim Kol
M. R. : O'Neal .?_...........-..._ Edito I medical college and I see a girl of
was accompanied by stad, Oliver, Jack and Junior Martinez .
'I :11 Billle Hooker ........... Ass't Editor! the athletic type crossing the cam-
Miss Mary Qualls and Richard I Stroop, of Fort Myers. Mr. Stroop Charles Miner, Bobbie Hanna She
Miss Evelyn Schutz pus. is a dsf-k girl with her
Faculty :
Yoder of Moore Haven were Clew_ is his fatherinlaw.Mr. l Junior and Solon Mills, Bobbie; black short hair combed back.

iston visitors on Monday. -- 1 Carmouche, James Freely, Pat Bail J .:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:-u. :..:..:..:+:.:..:.:..:..:. Now we see a group' of children
and Mrs. A. J. Eaton of' el, Nancy Wright, Charles Benbow, crowded around a large man with

Mr. ,and Mrs. H. R. Hall and Pittsburg and Mrs. Frank Sager-Gilbert McLeod, Harriet Alston, MONTHLY HONOR ROLL light blue eyes and a southern ac

Claude L. Downs were Saturda holm of West Palm Beach were! Jacqueline Bledsoe, Sammy Ray I cent. He must be from Georgia.

visitors in Fort Myers.Mr. callers on Rev. and Mrs. ForestC. Young, Ruth Emrich, and Marilyn First grade: Christine iJspenlaub, '
Nine seniors have been described
Taylor at the manse Tuesday. Shelfer. Nadine Andrews, Muriel Golden,I
this week and last week. How
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and L Mr. Eaton is one of the leading ;Marjolaine McCracken, Shirley
Harry Turner spent the weekendin funeral home directors in Pitts- MRS. W. C. PREWJTT Owen, Corrine VonMach, Mildred many have you recognized?

Miami. burg. Mrs. Sagerholm formerly lived 'I ENTERTAINS FOR VISITORMrs. Marotti, Jack Davis, Bobby Hanna,

,in Pittsburg but now lives in Oliver Martinez, Jack Martinez,

Asher Frank of Jacksonville, wasa ; West Palm Beach where she is director -I Robert B. Duff, who was Junior Martinez, Richard McLeod, J. S. CAMPBELL
business visitor in Clewis ton l I of music in the First M. E. the guest. of Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Charles Miner. I .

Church and is well known in mu- Duff, was complimented with a Second I
Friday. I I grade: Grant Brewer, Jeweler & WatchmakerAll
sic circles on the 'East Coast because -, pretty ,informal tea given by Mrs. Kim Kolstad, Dude Smith, Carline

Mrs.: Keathley Bowden and Mrs., I of her unusually fine voice. W. C. Prewitt afternoon.at her home on Saturday -I Berner, Mary Katherine: Dyess, Bet- I Kinds of. Jewelry. Repairs

. I. M. Pafford 'were Wednesday afternoon ty Lou Emrich, Lillian Golden, I I
I ST. PATRICK'S CARD PARTYIS Mrs. F. Deane Duff presided at II I
visitors in Pahokee.Mr. Jeanette Golden, Ruby Ricks, MarIlyn Optical RepairsAT
WELL ATTENDEDA the tea table. Enjoying Mrs Prewitt's Shelter
hospitality were Mrs. Claude Carolyn Robinson. CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
and Mrs. ;W. 1\!. Bradnack Third Grade
benefit card party was givenat Downs, Mrs. Fred I. Hill, Mrs. H. : Jo Ann Crouch,
are planning to spend this week- the home of F. L. Williamson I J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. H. A. Bes- William McCracken, Pat Bailey,

end in Tampa. 'Ion St. Patrick's Day by the Ladies,.tor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mrs. O. Nancy Wright, Charles Benbow' NORGE REFRIGERATORS
Aid Society. Despite the inclement I Gilbert McLeod, Grace Ward, Mary I
S F. Schiffli, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. Furniture and Homo Vurnishlngf
J Roy T. Fisher of West Palm weather a large crowd attended, W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. M- Wright,I Louise Thomas, Harriet Alston,

.r: Beach was a Wednesday visitor in and Approximately $35 'was addedto Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. G. E. Jacqueline Bledsoe. I PHILCO RADIOS

Clewiston. the treasury. Smith, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and 100% Spellers in Third Grade:

-- High score prize at bridge, a Miss Virginia Gallant Ben 'Bolton, William McCracken Household FurnishingsInc.

:', Mrs. J. A. McGehee and Run- chromium cocktail set, was won Sammy Young, Virginia Turn-I

:,. elle McGehee were visitors in Fort by Mrs. M. M., Prewitt, Mrs E.I BILLY BROADFOOT I er, Gloria Carmouche, Nancy .

t, Myers on Monday. Elliott, who won high at the Mich- CELEBRATES 4TH BIRTHDAY Wright, Mary Louise Thomas, Mary BELLE GLADE FLORIDA,
igan table, received linen towels. Ruth Johnson, Grace Ward, Jo Ann

jj Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lakin left Second high prize at bridge, a doz- Little Billy Broadfoot celebrated I Crouch, Harriet Alston, Ruth Em-

Thursday of last week for Jackson en bars of soap, was won by Mrs.W. .' his fourth birthday with a party rich. ...............!.................................................._...............rr_..... .....

: ville after spending several monthsin P. Vaughn, jr., and second high I Saturday afternoon' at .the home of Fourth Grade 100% Spellers:

Clewiston. at Michigan by Mrs.. M.! J. Hirsch. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. David Belcher Wanda Jean ..

'Mrs. E. P. Mutrux won a bath I Broadfoot on tie government res- Shelter, Nora Oglesby, Junior Inez, Good FarmLand

,' mat as third high at bridge, Mrs. ervation. Billy Prewitt, Wilma Jean Tingle,
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart
;, McEnery H. C. Jones a dish as third prizeat "I Joan Walker.Fourth ,
and Mrs. E. H. Winold of Chicagowere Leonard Moore; Marianne Jones
Michigan. Low prizes, both grade honor roll: Nora
and Barbara Broadfoot assisted
recent guests of Mr. and Mis.
bowls, were won by Mrs. A. O.I I
George A. Yon. Mrs. Broadfoot in the games and Oglesby, Emily Joyce Bullen Jean
I Ward and Mrs. Zerney Meredith.The contests which entertained the Augur Wanda Jean Shelfer, May-.
cut prize, a. set of dress hangers me Johnson, Joan Walker '
children on the lawn during the
Mr. and Mrs.' Ivey Pafford 'and was won by Mrs. George Yon. afternoon. Don Terrell '.and Harry Fifth Grade: Henry Chapman, for Rent

,daughter, Anne and Kay, were The travelling prize, bath salts, Vaughn were winners in the Richard 'Hanna, Nick Schiffli, Mar-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard went to Mrs. G. E. Smith. tests.A : tin Waldron, Willie Smith, Par- ;

: Simpson in Okeechobee 'Sunday... i Cookies, ice cre'am and \coffee 'melia Bourne, Sheila Foster: Christine -

were served to Mrs. George Yon, yellow and green color scheme I Redish, Sue VonMach.

Miss Saundel Watson and Miss Mrs. A.- H.'King, Mrs. M. 11.. Prew was carried out in the' refresh- Sixth grade: Eric Belcher, Phil-

Dorothy Craig were in Fort My itt, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., Mrs.' ments. The birthday cake was ip McLeod, Billy Perry, Evelyn
decorated and held four
ers Wednesday afternoon .attend H": T. Vaughn, Mrs. Campbell ,l J.1 beautifully Corbett, Marianne Jones, Mauryne
ing an art'' lecture which was given i Nail, Mrs. ,A' L. Hackett, Mrs. W. lighted candles. Individual cup Prewitt. TrespassersWill

.... at Gwynne Institute. I P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. W.. C. Prew- :' cakes were served with ice cream Seventh grade: Elbert Hooker.
and colored mints to the Be
itt, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw,. Mrs. R. following Eighth grade: Gus Cantrell.

Miss' May Wilder of Pahokee visited -I C. Wilson, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, guests: Ninth grade: Barbara Smith,

' friends in Clewiston Saturday. Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. I. M. Paf- Sue Cornette, Bevoly Flaniken, .Renee Wethington, ,June Hooker, ProsecutedClewistoni

'I Miss Beth Nail accompanied her <.o 4 ford, 'Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.. O. F. Carol Augur, Glen Raines, Harry Dick Owen.

Pahokee and spent the week-end 1 Schiffli, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. W. Vaughn, Dolores Smith, Vollney Tenth grade: Maxine Doty, ,Flor-

II ,.; there. 'I I H. Lanier, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Robbins, Emma Jane Ezelle, Pat ence Graham, Dick Patterson, Her-

:" __ I Miss Dorothy Craig, Mrs. J. H. sy Meredith, Bobbie Berner, Kay vey Bourne, J. D. Ho'oker., Louise
Bowden Anne Elizabeth Prewitt
H. S. Gove, district supervisor,I Pressley, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, '' Leiter.
'Rachel ''Miner Bobbie Smith Jean
and Harry L. Meyers, area super Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, Mrs. H. R. ,x Eleventh grade: LeRoy, ,Hare, <

visor of West Palm Beach district Hall, Mrs. H. .A. Bestor, Mrs. W. Yenawine, Richard Knight, John Billie Hooker, Bernice Guthrie, ,
-.r Works Progress Administration I C. Owen, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs.F. Schiffli, Edward Bourne, and Don- Bill Owen.

'- were, business visitors in Clewis- I M.l Wright, Mrs. J. F. Curry, ald Terrell. Twelfth grade: Betty Hooks, Realty And

ton on Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. H. ,J. B. :Bernice O'Neal, Dorothy Hare,

Scharnberg, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, YOUNG PEOPLES UNION Gladys Warren.

H. L. Delaney of LaBelle Mrs. Joseph Ribbins, Mrs. Zerney HEARD SPLENDID TALK Development

spent the week-end in Clewiston Meredith, Miss Eunice .Meredith, THE FUTURE

with her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. P. S. Fagan The Okeechobee Young People's (Continued) 'Corporation

Turner. '. Together they motored to Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. Union met' in Clewiston Tuesday Today as we ,;look into the crys-

Hollywood Sunday to visit H. .L. Jones, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. C. evening at the Community Church tal we see a small town. It must

I Delaney, jr., who is a student at M. Jarvis, Mrs. E. Elliott, Mrs. M. with members of the Christian En- be Saturday as the streets are'. .:. . . . . ..
The N.N.N. .N.NNN. .N.N.NH. .N.N.NN. .N N N N.N.y .'Y
Riverside Military Academy. J. .Hirsch, Rev. and Mrs. F. C. deavor as hosts. Union is com- crowded. We stop in front of a

, '-- Taylor and Mr. F. L. Williamson.MRS. posed of young peoples organiza- dry goods store and we see a mother -

Mr. and Mrs. ,Roy Couch of tions in the churches at Canal with two children looking in at

Grant, Florida, were business vis- BOWDEN WINS HIGH Point, Pahokee, Belle Glade, South the display of ,children's clothing.

itors in Clewiston Monday. Mr. PRIZE AT BRIDGE CLUB Bay, Lake Harbor and Clewiston. Just a minute: 'she has a familiar I

Couch is the manufacturer' of the After the business session, a look. She is short with light brown r
Mrs. H. R. Hall entertained
well-known Couch pumps, exten- program which had been arrangedby hair and fair complexion.. The r
members of her bridge club at INII
sively used in irrigation projectsin Jimmy Hall, was presented. children both have black hair and .

the Everglades. her home on Tuesday afternoon. Francis Wright led 'the devotional ...-Oh! yes, it is: she.
Mrs.., Bowden winnerof
Keathley was
service. James U. Owens' mad ,a Whew! That was a' narrow es
high score prize and received'lovely a
An enjoyable steak fry was held splendid talk 'on young people's cape. The car went around :so fastI Ii
bath set. Mrs. Leslie Miller
recently by a group 'from Clewis- place in church work. Musical num- could not see the driver. Boom!

ton, including Mr. and Mrs. B.' J. holder of low score, received a bers were provided by Florence My, what a noise! I wonder whatit i
linen towel. Mrs. J. W.
Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Als- and Kathryn Graham and ,by Carl- was. The scene changes. We are
Ezelle made the cut and
ton, Mrs. Tom Shelley, Miss Mar- lucky was ton Prevatt and George Smith. now in a room' that is quite bare

gery Hood, Mrs. C. R. Cruze, E. E. presented with a red pottery cof- The Canal Point group receivedthe and the walls 'and furniture are Dram Homes

Kelly and Ken Harris. fee jug. banner for the best attendance.The white. It is a room in a hospitaland ,
Prizes and tallies out
next monthly meeting will be there we see a young'man
the and 'white color scheme
Mrs. J. W. Moore, Misses Florine green held at Lake Harbor. With a few bandages lying in the
appropriate to St. Patrick's Day. and You
and Louise Moore drove to Fort
Ham mousse, devilled eggs, cup
Myers Wednesday afternoon to visit MRS. FRED HENRICKSEN
cakes and coffee were served by
Miss Mary Moore who is recup- HOSTESS AT LOVELY BRIDGEMrs. Pd. Political Advs.FOR EVERY FAMILY longs for a homeof
Mrs. Hall to Mrs. 'Bowdon, Mrs.
erating nicely from an appendec- its but procrastinc/.s
own, many
Miller, Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. WilliamH. '
tomy performed in the Lee Memor- Fred Henrlcksen enter- in going beyond the dream stage.It .
Lanier, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs.T. .
f ial Hospital Monday. B. tained with a lovely bridge partyat REPRESENTATIVE will be fcr our happiness and
Shelley, C. B. Thomas
,I and Mrs. Marshall Yenawine. her home on Tuesday afternoon profit to se'a: home soon, and
Rev. and Mrs. Henry O. Mooreof honoring her daughter, Mrs. M. L. In making my announcement for pay the loan balance from income.
le-eleetlon to the House of Representatives -
Howey-in-the'Hill8: called on DOUBLE BIRTHDAY PAnTYGIVEN' Arnold of Stockton, Utah, ,who is from Hendry County sub- Come in and see how we can help
Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor at spending a month in Clewifaton jects now under ,construction, care of dream home.Clewiston .
AT COUNTRY CLUB May 3. 1 wish to state that If I am you but your
'1'\. the manse recently. Rev. Moore is with her parents. re-elected I will, continue mv effortsfor
\ minister. at the Presbyterian Churchin the benefit ''of the County.I .
Mary Nell Christian, daughterof Mrs. Horace A. Bestor won high am particularly interested In the t
Howey, and he and Mrs. Mooreare Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christianand prize and received a lovely relish welfare of the Public Schools, and federal

on ,their wedding tour 'of the Edwin Young, son of Mr. and dish. Mrs.. W. P. Vaughn sr., won jects the completion now under cf construction Road buildingpro care of-

state. Mrs. Don Young celebrated their second high and received a' set of the aped or any other matter con- and LoanAssociation
% and Its citizens Savings
birthdays Saturday with a joint coasters. Mrs. E. Elliott, holder of cerning I shall the appreciate county the support and
M. E. Morrison accompaniedthe birthday party at the golf club low score was consoled with a set Influence 'of every citizen and voter.

boys and girls basketball teamsto house. of chromium salt and pepper shak Elbert L. Stewart. 1

Fort Myers Friday afternoon.The Many games were played and ers. Colored marble book-ends wentto ----------
teams, both of which participated prizes awarded the winnorH. Re- Mrs. H. P. Luce for cut prize.A .

In the tournament, were freshments of ice cream and cake chicken salad followed with a

composed of Misses Betty Hooks, were served to the many little Danish apple cake was served at

Dorothy Bethea, Violet Bethea, friends who gathered for the occasion the refreshment hour by the host

Kathleen Chapman, Renee Weth, ess to Mrs.\ Arnold, Mrs. Bestor,

ington, June Hooker, Margaret Among those present were Gloria Mrs. Vaughn, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs

VonMach and Marie Robbing, and and Betty McDuffie, Jo Ann Luce, Mrs. W. C.' Owen, Mrs. O. F.

Leroy Hare, Bill Owen, J. D. Hooker Crouch, Betty Stough, Beatrice Schiffli, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.E. .

Munselle Stone, J. B. Brantley, Pratt, Christina Reddish, Louise C. Mills, Mrs. F. D. Duff', Mrs. ,
Ed VonMach, Owen WJan and. DickPatterson Prewitt, Mary Louise Thomas H. -J. B. Scharnberc, Mrs. M. E. -

fi\, :, ,. ,... ..........r_..,._. ,4 grace Ward., .Dorothy. Young. .. ...', 11r. VonMach. .... ... .Mrs.. W., 0.. .Prewitt. ., Mrs... ... .. .__._.....__............"._0'.... ....... '., ._ : : (Pd." .PolfUcal._ I -Adr., .. )))
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glZff4: -

7 : ,, Getting None in ReturnIt .

is hard to make friends with

some persons of artistic tempera- j I

ment, because you can't be for- I
9 \' ever feeding them taffy. I
y> ,C
Strong language-there isn't

enough ,of it. Will Rogers' criti-

cisms were strong, although they

were humorous.
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SYNOPSISJames CHAPTER III don't explode, Dad. It gets us no- ably of nothing in' particular. But ,A man picks up what etiquettehe I

where, besides being bad for you. that evening James, who had been can; but marriage is his fin-

Lambert tries in vain to dissuadehis Nora grew noticeably thoughtfulafter Perhaps I nave no right to ask a thinking, invaded the ,room where ishing school. There he learns

marrying beautiful Don foster-daughter Mason young "rolling Leonora stone from;' that evening., Don had slept favor anyway, but I'm asking one Leonora was playing to' her lover, the complexities of behavior. I

whom he likes but of whom he disapproves for a long time while she sat. .beside now: If you've any love at all for and sat for a half hour watchingthe Exclusiveness and aloofness are \

according to his conventional"Unless business-man houseis him gazing' into the fire, as 'if .me, darling, and I know you have, young man closely. entirely different, but they have
standards He tells her
founded upon a rock it will not survive." its slowly fading glow might light I ask you to show it by putting an Nora was right, he admitted. The somewhat the same effect. I
Leonora suspects the influence of her hall. her way. It was all so futile-this end to this experiment." fellow had changed deplorably.

brother since the Ned.day his always father jealous brought of ner the home girl whole experiment, she mused. The But James was obdurate. He was Queer that he hadn't observed ,it But of Tender Memory !

from the deathbed of her mother abandoned time-worn simile of the'round peg also angry."I sooner. Don looked what James From Aunt Dinah's quilting par- !

arrives by in her the Italian midst of baritone the argument lover. Don and in the square hole came back to her. gave him a year, Nora. I don't called "peaked." And he was very ty, he was seeing Nellie home.

Lambert realizes the frank understanding That was Don, poor boy! She knew like a quitter." pale; not paler than Ned, perhaps, How primitive! ,
between the two. Sitting up late into the of full well that the year's sentence Two red spots flamed like twin but shockingly paler than he had ,Paintings have often startled I

Nora night.as Lambert a child reviews at boarding the whole school story study James Lambert had imposed on banners on Nora's cheeks. been six months ago. the sensibilities of the public. Now

ing music abroad meeting Don on the return him would make no difference in "That's not just, Father. Don's Still, was there any reason for literature thinks it has to do it. I

ultimatum trip. In to give the morning Don a job he with delivers Ned fora his their future; yet unless he stuck it never suggested giving up. But alarm? James thought not. Don's One may not boast of good i I

year's showdown. When Nora suggeststhe out the older man would look upon,' there's something in him that you pallor was merely the result of an breeding, but one who has it is i
possibility of running away with Don.Don him as a failure-a ne'er-do-well. and Ned can't understand, I sup- indoor existence. Absurd for Norato certainly not unaware of it. ;

Lambert agrees to the threatens job.' disinheritance. What was her duty? the girl p'on-, pose. He's not impatient, Dad. I worry about his health. In an- I

dered. It was useless to expect a think he scorns himself a little for other month or so he would become !

product of the metropolis like her chafing at things which other men acclimated-get used to it-stop Don't Neglect a Cold

CHAPTER IIContinued3 father, to understand or even make accept so naturally. And that's bad champing at the bit as he did now.

allowances. His whole 'world was for him too. Don't you see, Father, And 'there 'was no doubt that Don Rub soothing, warming Musterolewell
well-ordered world of 'the Mason He'd been into chest and throat.
By the end of the first month the suc- needed discipline. your
Don's nerves were taut and he had cessful business man. His horizonwas his own master since he was eighteen. Musterole is NOT just a salve. It'sa

lost his appetite. At the end of three bounded by city streets. What 'r r7shr i1r F Fed eQf It was high time he learnedto "counter-irritant"old-fashioned cold containinggood remediesoil

he had lost ten pounds. Later still, more should one ask of life than a meet responsibilities, or how was of mustard, menthol -
when a strained expression gathered steady job and a salary which sup- he to take care of a girl like Leo- other valuable ingredients., camphorand

about his eyes, Nora began to wor- ported in comfort those one loved? nora? And they were both young That's why it gets such fine results

ry, though, scorning himself for this was his sole argument., He saw no enough. It wouldn't hurt them to better than the old-fashioned mustard -

reaction to "a steady job," Don had other. He could not comprehendwhat t wait a little longer. He'd'give thema plaster. Musterole penetrates,

not complained. Then came an eve- such an existence meant to trip abroad as a wedding gift'' if stimulates, warms and soothes, help-

ning when he telephoned that he was Don, nor dimly vision that call of Don would agree to settle down ful in drawing out local congestionand

too tired to come out, and heard the Gypsy trail which tugged at after they got back. pain. Used by millions for 30

her quick-drawn breath of disap- the young man's heart, leading him James smiled to himself, pleasedat years.and Recommended nurses. All by druggists'many .doctors In

pointment."But onward, making of life a glorious this new idea. It should be a three strengths: Regular Strength,

Don, it's the night of the adventure.So trip de luxe, by George! A trip Children's (mild), and Extra Strong.
Careys' dance and I'm all dressed!" the girl grew more thoughtful, such as that young '''vagabond had I '

"It is!" Dismayed surprise more quiet in the days that followed. never dreamed of. Trust Nora for
showed in his tired voice. "My Don said: "You've lost your pep, that! She appreciated the luxuriesof Fight for the GoodIt

dear, I forgot completely; but if darling. What's happened?" and travel. Only a few months to is better to fight for the good

you don't mind being a bit late Nora laughed at him. But when her wait; and unless Don proved him- than to rail at the ill.--:Tennyson.

1'11-" father questioned her one evening, a 1 -s yJ self a quitter .
with sudden night when Don, pleading a' dull He roused the cessationof
She broke in then arose, by Now Real Economy!
understanding: "Of course we won'tgo head, had gone home early, she r r i' 'I -. F.r Nora's music. She said; "Want
made no effort to evade the an- t 1 doz. St. Joseph Aspirin.lOc
if used Don. something Daddy?
you're up, 3 doz. St. ...
swer. He said: "Something's upset Joseph Aspirin. 2Oc
"But you wanted to go, Nora!" lately. What's the matter, "No. I've left my book 'round 8% doz. St. Joseph Asprm35o
He spoke in genuine distress. child you?" somewhere; but it's not here." !

"You've been looking forward to it "Life," said Nora. Don, too, had risen. He said, smil- ; '

-a lot. See here, would you go James, smiled. t $'Y ing: "Won't you stay for a while, .
without me? Tag along with Corinne "What's wrong with life, dear?" rs 1 +1 sir? I haven't the exclusive ''rightto

and Ned? Honestly, darling, I'm all "What's right?" countered the Nora's evenings."

in. Too tired to eat." "Perhaps not," responded James,
girl, ,
c;, S
Said Nora, very quietly: "Are you Her'father's' eyes grew puzzled as "but I haven't entirely forgotten my O $

keeping something back, Don? Are he regarded her. own youth! Besides, I want to turn: "' :Ea AGE aEA

you sick?" "Have you and Don been quarreling in early. Lost Jeep last night, and G Pa4AG OG0\1'I. I
A reassuring laugh came over the ?" he asked. "I don't wonder your father the music has made me drowsy.

wire. Nora laughed softly. hates to give you up." Good-night, daughter." I)
"Of course not! But I haven't been
He kissed her nodded
"It would be hard work to pick a ; pleasantlyto
sleeping well for weeks; if you want it's like whipping a tired horse to B P'
fight with Don, she answered. "No, Don, went upstairs."I'don't .
the truth; and last night was rather keep a man of Don's sort tied to a .)}
we haven't quarreled; but-I'm wor- wonder your father hatesto Pick up extra money in 'ourpare tun:taking
the worst record. I didn't close ledger. It stifles him. And I warn
on orders for guaranteed roofing siding, shingles.
ried about him Dad. give said Don. "If
you up,
my eyes till daylight. I'll be O. K. you. now that rather than see his J.W.earned$325.41 last year.S.H.got$236.50.
"There's nothing to worry about, ever I have a daughter as sweet as Many do even better. No selling erpenenceneeded.
tomorrow but-don't think spirit-the thing I love about him .
; me a 25 year old concern.Complete line Zinc
Nora I'll be forced stifle
piker, will ?" my dear. Things are not going bad- crushed and broken unnecessarily, you, to Galvanized Steel Roofing and Siding sold direct
you murderous intentions toward from factoryfreight paid through .
ly. I'll make a business man of Don any agents.No
"Crazy! I'll go away with him -. dealers. Write today for Free Samplesand
Mason yet, Nora, if you'll give me fellow who makes love to her. Full\ details. State your present occupa-
"And you'll go to the dance with The man's lips tightened.
time." tion. No obligation. No investment necessary.
"And she answered "Dad
Ned? Promise?" "And forfeit all I mean to do for yet, Address Mr. FOSTER
"You'll make a corpse of him hurt me last night, frightfully." P. O. Box 1159 Savannah. Georgia
She laughed and told him to sleep you my dear?
more likely, the girl retorted withso "How dear?"
the clock around; but she didn'tgo "Money's not everything, Fa
much bitterness in her voice that
She told him not all but of
to the dance. ther." part
James raised his head, looking. at that momentous conversation."It .
her ,in blank amazement., "How should you know, who've ONLY LUBIN'SMENTHOL
Next evening the girl said out of a "What do ?" never been withoutit?" he retorted. was cruel, Don. I-I almost
silence: "Don-it's appalling." you mean "Ned's right. I've spoiled you, I left him. I came near going straightto COUGH DROPS
"I mean that all his nerves are
Watching her lover closely she suppose; and now I must pay the you and begging you to run away
raw-on edge Dad. will do
these 3
with me. things. .
had observed, with something of a penalty. Then.because he was hurt
shock, how those months of confine- "Nerves exclamation! The contempt cut Leonora in herfather's to and angry James said something he "I'm" not the sort that runs, and all for 51o

ment had changed his whole'ap- the regretted later. "Well, take your Nora, he said.

pearance. It had been a gradual quick. choice; but if the fellow quits, and She considered that. Soothe inflamed membranes
James said, after a tense silence: "Not even if I asked you to, my
change, of course, and seeing him you quit with him, I'm through with
"See here Nora it's absurd think "
to dear? Q Menthol helps clear the head
daily Nora had not realized the you, Nora. And when the cupboardis
growing hollows below his cheek that a year in a well ventilated, bare-when the lack of silk stock- Don shook his head. Q Help build
modern office can cause break- op yourALKALINE
a "Never-unless things get more
bones, or that the tan born of yearsin ings and silver slippers becomes
down such as you hint at. That desperate than they are, now."
the open was quite gone, leaving hateful and you're tired of your bar- RESERVEWHEN
young man is, was anyway, the picture "But you're nearing the end of
'his face with unnatural don't for
an pallor. gain, come to me help. A COLD STRIKES I
of health. If there's
anything your rope, Don, she protested.
Even his sea-blue eyes that made Remember that.
bothering him now it must be as will it do to stick it
"What good us
her think of sun-lit, dancing water, Had he struck the girl, he could
were more 'opaque, more lifeless; you say, a case of nerves, which not have hurt her more. out if you lose your health?" ..................................

and his feet which always seemed to seems, to my mind, almost non- The young man laughed, confess- Amazing relief for PILES
sensical. If he'll make'an new
touch earth lightly, dragged now Never before had her father felt ing: "I'm a lot more likely to lose I

as he crossed the room to sit be- pull himself together-get the such anger at Leonora. That she my temper! Sometimes . SENT FREE . .
best of the trouble instead of dwell-
,side her."What's. it""Dwelling should even contemplate'the idea of He stopped abruptly, and Nora Treatment mailed to any sufferer on
appalling, beloved?" ing on eloping with Don Mason, after what asked: "Has Ned been bothering?" trial. Only if satisfied send $1.00
it! broke in Nora
"You," said Nora. "I-" (her on he considered his forbearance in "Oh, let's forget it!" Don said in -Write today-
with he's
voice trembled) "I'm indignation. "Why never giving the young man a place in to end the discussion. NOMO COMPANY San Pedro Calif.
not worth the mentioned it! But I'm not blind, an attempt ,.................................
price, Don. his own office, was utterly beyond "I'm going home, Nora. I seem to
Dad, and the. signs,.are there for
James Lambert's unimaginative better when I turn in Idon't
He kissed her, not pretending to sleep early.
to read. I' think
anyone you oughtto WNU-7 11-38
Since that long- with
comprehension. how"you put me-
misunderstand."I'm see up
call 'time, don't ? o
the best judge of that, dear. "Time ?"up, you gone tragic day when the girl discovered a girl like you. I never show you

Play to me, won't yousomethingthat'll up their real relationship, her any sort of a good time. I even
make me believe there are "I mean it, Father. This simplycan't foster-father had felt that she was forget when I promise to take you

things in the world like brooks, and go on. Don's lived in the open 'grateful for everything he had tried to a dance! I-honestly, dear, I've r
birds and wind the since he was eighteen. Office life ,to be to her. Now he wondered; wondered lately ." o V't
on prairie? I'm "
stifled.", stifles him; and Ned and, wondering, grew bitter. Yet in "What have you wondered?" she Don't Neglect Them I
She paused, while her father, observed -- James could he looked
It was the first admission of the a pathetic, lonely way questioned as away. Nature designed the kidneys to do a
gravely: "We'll leave Ned not bear to be at odds with Leo- "I've wondered if it might not be :marvelous job. Their task is to keep the

sort make.that he'd ,allowed himself to out of this discussion, if you don't nora, his. wife's, last gift to him. better for us to-to part, Nora." toxic flowing Impurities.blood stream The free act of of an livlne excess-life of

mind." Tossing restlessly on his bed that The girl caught her breath, then itself is constantly producing waste
Gypsy Nora strains played"for at first an that hour led, lilting "How can we?" the girl demanded night, he longed to go to this dearly said, her voice unsteady: "Better for matter the Hood the if kidneys good health must is remove to endure.from

Don'stroubled with intrinsic honesty. "Ned's loved daughter whom lie could not you, or-or me, Don?" When the kidneys fan to function as
spirit far away to the half the trouble. He makes Don always understand make 'his Sensing her hurt he took her into waste Nature that intended msy cause there body-wide is retention dis of
"green and
pastures waters"for frantic, pouncing on him unexpect- peace and ask her to forget his his arms with tenderness.TO tress. One may suffer nagging backache,

which it hungered.The edly-watching everything he does harshness; but because of a stub ( BE CONTINUED) persistent getting( up headache nights,attacks swelling of, dizziness.puffiness

music grew quieter .-Old -snooping-" born streak deep in his nature, the under the eyes feel tired,nervous, all

things things one remembered "That's both insulting and unjust man could not do it; and this illumined Composed at Odd Moments worn Frequent out. scanty or burning passage

Rubinstein ., Mendelssohn ," James interrupted angrily. moment which would have Walt Whitman, the great American may be further evidence of'kidney or
Ah! Beethoven! The Moonlight "Ned means to be helpful. If his brought them infinitely closer, poet, used to carry loose sheetsof The recognized disturbance.and proper treatment

Sonata, played as only Nora playedit methods are upsetting to this young passed and was gone.It paper about; with him to jot down Is a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys
So quiet; so sure; so firm man its: not your brother's fault, was, however, no small meas- things inspiration moved him, and get Use Doan't oC excess Pills.poisonous They have body had waste.more

and yet so tranquil Nora, but his own. And considering ure of comfort that the girl's morn- the immortal "Leaves of Grass"was than forty years of public approval. Are

\ When the last note of that match- that-that-" ing greeting was unchanged. If thus composed, part atop a Dean's.endorsed Sold the at country all drug over.stores.Insist on

less lullaby had died away, Don "That Ned would welcome an excuse Nora's night had been as restlessas Broadway coach, part in the fields;

was asleep, his head pillowed on to throw Don out the door?" her father's, nothing revealedthe part in the hurly-burly of a noisy DI 1

one arm, his face more peaceful finished Leonora. Then, as her father fact. She kissed him as usual; street and again amidst the murmurof ,

than it had been for many weeks. snorted, she went on: "Now poured his coffee and chatted ami- the waves at the seashore. .




, DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing "HIS HOUSE"' By Joe Bowers ------'IMPROVEDUNIFORM, --4 Land of ContrastsMexico --

INTERNATIONAL is a land of contrasts
f I'M IN THE V ( You SHOULD% SEE ) IT TAKES Modern citieS-ruins: of prehistoric
VJW VAOQSEy .towns- civilized life on one hand-

J 'To U( SUNDAY Lesson Indian life in primitive: form, on

o AROUND the other.

Among those who the
Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof keep traditions -
Chicago. of the great colonial timesof
Western Newspaper union.
Mexico, the Charros are the
most important. The Charros
Lesson for March 20
have formed many clubs, which

hold'meetings iri bull-fighting are-

2H KEEPING THE BODY STRONG nas. These usually take the formof

rodeos or dancing contests.
ygJfl.4f. How LESSON TEXT-Mark 6:53-56; Judg. 13: Here the colorful colonial times
12.14; I Cor. 3:16 17. Rom. 12:1 2. ,
/ MANY GOLDEN TEXT-Now therefore beware. the'times of the conquista and the -

/ TIMES I pray thee, and drink not wine nor strong Spanish noblemen 'are relived.
drink, and eat not unclean thing.-Judg.
.:. any
n\IV. __ 9lowed 13:4.PRIMARY The girls and women appear in
--- f TOPIC-The Body God Gave elaborate old-time costumes, often
Us.JUNIOR worth as much as several thou-
TOPIC-For Jesus' Sake.
s INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC:- sand pesos, and the men wear the
What Liquor, Drugs, and Tobacco Do to typical "zarapes."


iI WHAT TO EAT AND WHY: How Intemperance Affects Health.

I I organized The universe in every of God respect.is perfectly Beings r From onegeneration

that function in the spirit realm are
i there will be more than spirit beings, not subject to the lim-

t.l/o-ujtO'nCJo-udljj'iJljcujjf2j enough to take care of every re itations of the physical world. We

quirement.In who dwell and serve in the phys-

planning the. family dietary, ical world are equipped with phys- V N

a safe rule to keep in mind is to ical bodies which are ideal instruments -
include in the daily diet: a quartof for our present existence.

milk' for every child, a pint:for With all their shortcomings and

The Foods That You Cannot Live Without each adult; one egg, one servingof frailties, our bodies are indeed mar

meat, fish or chicken, one serv- velous machines, intricate and deli-

ing of another protein food suchas cate, yet unbelievably hardy and

Eminent Food Authority Explains Why No Protein Means cheese, dried peas or'beans, or durable. ,They are a gift from God,

: a main dish made with nuts., and it is our express responsibilityto

t : No Life-Describes the Kind and Amount Required ''for You can. achieve wide varietyand glorify God in our bodies (I Cor.

still provide an adequate 6:20).
'. ;. pro-
; the Best Growth in Children-Good Resistance Vigor
tein ration within the limits of
_' I. How to Have a Strong Body.It' .

.. and Endurance in Adults. this rule. For milk may be served: is obvious that not Like a family heirloom, a prefer-
as a beverage in puddings for Jewel is handed
soups, ence
;.i>: and a's cream sauce. Eggs may has equal physical strength and down from mother to daughter in
_" By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS health. In this is by
some measure
thousands of families.Jewel actually
likewise be varied in their
f.A.t I
t ; .. 6 East 39th St.. New York. divine least
preparation concealed in providence or by creams faster and makes more lender
::7' FOOD is-and always has been-the central problem of life. other foods. There, or.are fine God's permissive will, and those of baked foods than even the costliest

been revealed many us who find ourselves thus limiteddo shortenings. It's a special blend of '
r f\ only in recent years has its true power ,
meats, and thenumber of ways in fine vegetable fats and other blandcookingfatsidealforacooking.Ask
well to count on His for
( as a result of scientific investigation. which fresh, canned, frozen or grace

". Fortunately, we now know what constitutes sound nutrition, dried fish can be served,is ,legion. patience to use what we have for for Jewel in the familiar red carton.
' His glory. But not one of us wantsto
and it is possible for every homemaker to plan meals that will enable Both cheese and nuts make to
I yield hopelessly our inability.
her family to eat..,..,*,, sandwiches, salads and desserts, Rather we will do our best to over-
their toerr. as well as main course dishes. it.
tvay come We want to know
both children and adults. For the body
Peas, beans and lentils can appearas
Xr health. may be compared to a machine, on mock roast 1. How to cure weakness (Mark
soup, ,or croquettes.
: %-.-:: Topping the which it is necessqry to make allowancefor Grain products, which include 6:53-56). o
list of food es- God alone heal the sick. Even
the wear and tear of parts. Proteinis cereals, macaroni and bread, may can

sentials are the the only substance, that.till rebuild appear in any course in the meal.In in our day when science has made

'x r proteins. The the millions of cells which each day be- such strides in the healing art, we
planning menus, always keep
v Dutch chemist cease to function. note that the most successful rem-
fore the ideal that
'INf % you an adequate
< y.'' Mulder, who hit Thus, we see that protein performs amount ,of first class protein makes a edy or system bf treatment is the FAVORITE OF THE SOUTH
one that clears the for what
this name two vital services-First, it class whereas way
4p upon first man, an inadequateamount
men call nature, but we know to be
made a wise builds new tissues; second, it repairs may lead to stunted growth,
God, to work. Jesus healed the
choice, for it worn-out tissues. functional nervous diseases, lessened multitudes in the land of Gennes- Worth Nothing

means "to take Protein is found in many different efficiency and the earlier approach of aret; He heals in America., Advice can be had for nothingand
foods but not old is often worth it.
And unfortunately, "age.
first place. certainlythe 2. How to prevent'weakness'

proteins are first in impor all proteins are equally valuable. In'choosing proteins to feed your (Judg. '13:12-14).

tance. For they are the stuff Proteins Vary in Value. family-remember that they take The mother of Samson, who was

first place among foods, and, that to be Nazarite to drink
of which our bodies are built. Some build new tissue; others a was no

Without them, there would be will not build tissue, but are capable upon their wise choice rests your wine and to observe careful dietary
future welfare destiny-your
. no life. of repairing worn-out cells.It life! your regulations before he was born.

:! is absolutely essential that the Note also that if it is bad for a
; Every man, woman and child I WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938.
homemaker, charged with the responsibility man to have such poisons in his
' has fundamental need for
a pro-
{,' of feeding a family, veins before he is born, surely it is
tein, because it is an essential
' should be able to distinguish between Polishing Ethics- poor judgment to put them in after
... component of ]living cell and
those types of protein whichare Pro and Con he comes to the age where he con- :
/. makes up a large part of the solids
adequate for both growth and trols his own life. We need to
r;. of a muscle cell. Evidently, a great
repair, and those that are only When fine furniture leaves the watch our diets, and we have, much

.. .. many of the glandular principles useful for maintenance. I shop of the manufacturer, its fin- valuable help on that point. We
;i.." and substances, which control the ish has been professionally treat- also need to give{ serious attentionto THE ALL-WEATHER LIGHTColeman
;. : functions of.the body are also For if the diet does not contain
pro. Light It up and
ed, to preserve its beauty- the of narcotics. It
:"'" tein in character. an adequate amount, or the right pro use may 8o..anywhcre.any a
kind of protein, our bodies will be long its endurance. And from that' surprise some to know that the time, in

'r. Protein is the .only food element badly built and they will be improperly time on, this furniture is best term narcotics includes not only any weather. Genuine Pyrex Globe protect
'.:.' that contains nitrogen, and next to maintained mantles against wind, snow, rain. Clear,
by a quality light-oil drugs and alcoholic beverages but
repaired and cannot ,
' wear powerful brilliance...just the light for use
i :
water is the chief
;: nitrogen con- I I'I furniture polish-first the also tobacco and
shop such
well. on common around the farm..dandy for hunting,camp-
;:. ,;: stituent of the human body. I' If building house floor of the furniture dealerandthen things as tea and coffee. ing. "The Light of 1000 Uses". Has oversize,
were a
you you
'I long-service generator. See the Coleman at
-,.:,:., ,. Protein Builds Bodies. I would consider nothing less than in the home. This is acknowledged Other abuse of the body, such as Tour dealer's.

A born the finest materials. You would and accepted as the best overwork, neglect of rest, etc., may Send Postcard for Free Folders
:.: new baby weighs, on an
E\ way to heighten its beauty THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
know that cheap lumber and poorly well be mentioned. The besettingsin
, : average, from 7 to 1z pounds, Dapt.WU'103, Wichita, Kans.; Chicago, Ill.;
lengthen its life! But unfortunately
r:: ;:. and the adult into which it grows I made bricks could not produce of some Christian workers is the Philadelphia,"Pa. Los Angeles, Calif. (8103W

f, may weigh 20 to 30 times as much. i a lasting building. In the same many, housewives coat the fin- destruction of their bodies, the very

i:..>' The vast amount of tissue necessary way, you must learn to discriminate -I ish of their furniture and wood- temple of the Holy Ghost, by over-
; and
\r";, ';; to construct a man is built I between the various types of -work with various shellacs work.II. WORMS quickly removed from

:;:..: ,"' chiefly from protein. protein used for the supremely important veneers-using them as a substi- How to Use a Strong Body. children or adults by using the
of building tute for 'a fine, oil polish and rub-
.;: :. Once the adult body is built, purpose bodies, or keeping adult yourchildren's bing. And what a great mistake Unfortunate as it is to observe 'famous remedy, Dr. Peery's"Dead No

, .' however, protein is not required physiques in perfect repair. this,is! For these coatings form a that some who would serve the Lord Shot" Vermifuge.
!'.: for the growth of new tissues, except Some foods cost more than oth- false finish over: the true finish of have to struggle with the weaknessof castor oil or anything else

"\>. under certain conditions, such the furniture and rosin and other the body, it is far sadder to needed after''; taking "Dead
ers and should not be guiltyof ; a'
you Shot. 50c bottle at drug-
;':. as during pregnancy, when one destructive elements in them dry note that all too often those who
spending hard-earned for
" ,' '.' money gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100
is recovering from a wasting ill- out the wood-toughen it-leave a have strong bodies forget to use
expensive protein foods when the'same
ness, or when an athlete is in amount of nourishment could sticky residue. When many lay that strength for God. Our Scrip- Gold St., New York, N. Y.

training and the muscles are in- be more economically obtained ers have been applied, they accumulate ture portions give us two excellent
creasing in size. guiding principles. Our bodies
from an inexpensive source. as a crust over the finish
Keeps the Body in Repair. clogging it and clouding the should be SUFFER FROM NERVES?
I Where to Find Protein. 1. Kept for God (I Cor. 3:16, 17).
natural beauty of the grain. This'is
There is however maintenance
a T& .: Nashville Tenn.
Proteins that will build tissue These refer to the of -.':' .:.'.:.'., .,: -
quirement for protein which continues new the slack way; to, care for furni- verses body :, ?Mrs. Ruth -Marsh.i" .
as well as replace worn-rout ture. 'If the home-maker really the Christian, for only of him can it .}:, 1.':;': ".: ;" 1624 9th Ave. N.,
throughout life, and which applies to : ;
w< "I had
..,. says no appetite
.J:), cells, are known as complete pro- "cares for" her furniture, she be said that his body is the templeof '"' .; no energy, was

teins. In this class we have meats, will frequently rub on a reputable the Holy Ghost. t < : easily thin,became, and tired suffered very

i fish, cheese, milk, eggs. and some light-oil polish, to preserve' it- The Holy Spirit is a person, the s: v from 'nerves.' But after
nuts. keep it lastingly lovely! third person of the blessed Trinity. \ ;; using! Dr. Pier<:e's
For Your Scrapbook I, -:"', .< w: Incomplete proteins are found in He comes to dwell within the soul I felt like a new wo-
grains and products made from: lof the Christian immediately upon v man. I had a splendid
and ,
appetite gained weight strength and
iVTHIS issue contains the sec- them, and in the legumes-that;is, his being regenerated, thus makinghis slept better at night Buy it in liquid or

of a series of articles peas, beans, lentils and peanuts.The 1 i body the temple of the Holy tablets from your druggist today.

entitled "What to Eat and proteins of these foods are' iiNQTH ING ;TAKE JTHI Ghost. A clear grasp of that truth

Why," written by the noted food of high nutritive value, however; solves the problem of what we SMALL SIZE E j LARGE SIZE

,oj authority, C. Houston Goudiss. and when supplemented.with other I h should do with and for our bodies. 60c s $1.20

In these articles, which ap- proteins, such as those of milk, 4J We must keep them well and clean.

pear weekly in this newspaper, will meet every bodily require- We dare not defile them in any way.

Mr. Goudiss discusses in a clear, ment. The body of the Christian is kept

interesting and understandable How Much Protein? More women use for. God. oq t40

,'. manner the everyday problems The protein requirement varies__ O-Cedar Polish and yti 2. Yielded to God (Rom. 12:1, 2). Brings Blessed Relief

of food as related to the buildingand according to size and the Mops than any It is a high and noble sacrifice to I from aches and pains of
other kind-for for Christ.
maintaining of health in die
kind of protein foods consumed.To RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
r children, young people and furniture.woodwork But our' call just now is to be a

" adults, as well. allow for growth, children require ,floors. & "living sacrifice." There are times Try a bottle and. Why LUMBAGO Surfer

I Mr. Goudiss, author lecturer twice as much protein per pound ojr 441& when that may seem harder than to -,.,tfl,III"''lcl.I.J' 1'J'IIIcII.;i.J'1:::1---

,', .'. and radio speaker, is known body weight as adults. That is to say, be a martyr. We do know that ,

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