The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00714
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 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: UF00028415:00714
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II :. The Clewiston Tigers brought More than $1,100'ca'sh in prizes
I .: their 1938 football season to an was mailed this week to Florida

impressive close last week-end by I Junior High School students, win-
i defeating the Canal Point. Juniors 14Ti ners in the recent state-wide essay

; by a lop-sided score .of 54-0 on Fri- % % contest on the subject, "What Sugar :-
day afternoon and coming back \ Production Means to Florida".
, strong on Saturday: to take the Everglades The '{United States Sugar Corpora-

Gators into camp by: a r / IIII tion sponsored the contest which
"score of 22-12. was handled by the Florida News

The Canal Point Juniors, with a i mflS Service under Russell Kay of Tam

double win over the Clewiston Jun- CNNISf 0'0'c pa.
ior team, insisted on a game with Several hundred students parti-
the Clewiston first string. A weight cipated in the awards, four of which
handicap of 145 pounds was placedon were won by Clewiston students.
the Tiger squad but even this Prizes were awarded for the state

made little difference as most of at large for congressional districts
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the first stringers are under that and each of the sixty-seven coun-
weight. Coach Wakefield sent --T-- ties of ,the state. Clewiston students
three different teams against the won each of the three county prizes
youngsters from the East Beach on Eanl for Hendry county and one of the
and the first string was in the 24 prizes for the state at large.

.f game but a very short time their Mary Johnson received a ,,$5.00
work amounting to, little more thana l prize for the state-at-large group
light scrimmage for the game while county prizes were as follows
next day. Vl First prize, $5.00, Beulah Guthrie;

, The game with Everglades was 'a j d second prize, $3.00, Marianne Jones

I ", hard-fought, ,affair and while it was I ll to all and third prize, $2.00 to Leona-
Clewiston's game all the way the I ElizabethViinn..
(Continued on Page 4) The, grand prize of $100 was won
by Jordan Ansbacher of John Gorrie

Junior High in Jacksonville, the
Cane Bowl Game
Garden Club Prizes (Continued on Page 4)

Here Christmas Day I For Best Xmas Trees Fenwick Is First


Something new in thrills is prom- Medal Golf ChampionCharles
The annual contest for, 'decorated
ised both white; and colored sport
fans here Christmas Day when ,two CHRISTMAS DAYThe Christmas trees and doorways is I[ CHRISTMAS EVE

six-man colored ,football teams representing being conducted this year by the I I Fenwick, long hitting

I the Eastern, ,and Western : Clewiston Garden Club, and entries I I Illinois boy, who spends his winters -
Divisions of the United States Sugar churches of the communitywill will be judged between the hoursof I I Committees from the Garden Club i in Clewiston and summers in
observe with appropriate serv- and the American Legion are working I
meet for the
7 and 9 o'clock Chicago,. last Sunday won the first 4
Saturday night
ical football championship of the ices the birthday of the Christchildon diligently this week in preparation official Everglades Medal Golf
sugarlands of Florida. Sunday: Christmas Day withSt. Christmas Eve. {,. for the annual Community : the Clewiston I
;". The game is to be ,played at 2:30on Margaret's being the first witha I Three. prizes will .. be given. _one, I I Christmas tree program which will Golf Club layout, with a 36 hole !
1)lidnight''mass Saturday' night.. I be held at 6:00, tomorrow (Saturday -
Christmas at the Townsite
Day for the best decorated growing I total of 163. Coming home on the j
athletic field between the All-West- This mass begins ten minutes be- I I ) evening in the park 'in"fron't
Christmas tree, one for the best last nine Fenwick needed a 39 to
fore midnight and deal of of the Administration Building.
ern Tigers and the All-Eastern a great I
decorated artificial tree, placed outdoors win by one stroke over little Doc
Lions. Plenty of reserves will be preparation has gone into making it I Plans are being made for the distribution VanLandingham, and although his
kept on hand to be fed into the one of the most impressive, masses and one for the best decOl"at-j of about ,six hundred game looked rather ragged in spots,

fray as the two teams claw and ever held on Christmas Eve. The ed doorway. Christmas packages to 450 white a hot putter carried him over the
scratch at each other through sixty Mass of the Angels will be chantedby Those wishing to enter the con- and 150 negro children of the home stretch in' the exact figures I

fast and furious minutes of foot- Father Lawrence' Flynn and test should notify Mrs. G. B. Rack- community. Each package will con- needed. Trailing Fenwick was Van

i ball.A sung by the mixed, choir, Mrs.B. straw, secretary of the club, in tain fruits, nuts, candy and toys Landingham with 164 and ,Emmett
-' A. Bourne In of for each child, the children being
being charge
beautiful "Cane Bowl" trophy I order that no entry may be over- Shelley of Clewiston with 166.
I( will be awarded to the winning musical arrangements. Fr. Flynn I looked. divided into age groups and given Other flight winners included EdWard
t team which is the first playing of has chosen for his Christmas serm-I toys to correspond.The of Clewiston: who won the sec-
: what may turn out to be a big on topic ,"The Charity of Christ." I American Legion committee ond flight with 184 nosing out
l annual attraction. All denominations are invited to be Mrs. Fountain Is for the soliciting of funds for car- Ralph Kirk of Belle Glade, who fin-

I r S The Eastern Division school band present at this service. rying on this work is headed by ished with 187. H. C. "Casper"
i, t will accompany the team from that The Sunday morning service at New W. U. OperatorMrs. W. C. Owen and the Garden Club I VanLandingham took Third Flight

;i; ;" section and will stop to play fora the Community Church will 'be a committee headed by Mrs. R. H. honors with 187 nosing out Dr. W.
time in each of the villages en- cantata presented by the choir, "The Knight: has charge of the purchaseof J. White of Belle Glade by a single
J. M. Fountain for eleven
t. route. They will furnish music between Story of Christmas"" by Alexander materials and the preparation of stroke.
I the halves at the game also. Matthews, a complete program of years manager of the Moore Haven the ,boxes. The new medal champion also
Western; Union office transferred
Admission, to the game is free'' which will be found elsewhere in was took the lead in the qualifying
here Wednesday of this weekto
(. and everyone is invited to attend. I this issue. The special Christmas succeed Miss Viola Cole as manager XMAS VACATIONAll rounds for the 1939 Match Play
sermon prepared by, Rev. Forest C. Championship with a 42-39-81.
of the local Western Union
Xmas Gifts Are PlannedFor I Taylor, pastor, is "The Wise Men Emmett Shelley occupying second
office. ,office employees of the Unit-;
in Bethlehem" with special music
Miss Cole, who has been in the ed States Sugar Corporation will place with an 82. I
by the choir. In addition to these rounds for the first
U.S.S.C. EmployeesChristmas Clewiston office since the first of have Sunday 'and Monday for a Qualifying
regular services the Sunday School December has been transferred to Christmas vacation., Other employees 1939 championship event will con I
will present an interesting program I tinue through December 31, with .
an East Coast office. will have Saturday and Sunday
at. the 'Sunday school hour 9:45. New Year's
I match play opening on
trees, lighted and with I
all the trimmings usual for this The Baptist Church is to ,havea day.
occasion will be set up in each Christmas 'entertainment at the I COMMUNITY CHURCH Fenwick received a beautiful tro-
of the plantation villages and old ,' church tonight and a visit from phy emblematic of the medal award.

St. Nicholas will be present to personally Santa Claus. Last Sunday night ROYAL PALM AVENUE FOREST C. 'l'AYLOnUXISTEH: Ward and VanLandingham receiving
supervise the distribution Rev. Marshall Mines, pastor, delivered gold golf balls.Engineers I
"; of Christmas packages. Each of his Christmas sermon "UntoUs Sunday Morning, .December 25, Eleven O'clock '

these packages will contain oranges, A King Is Born" and n'o serviceis Hear Tests f I'I'I
planned for that church
tangerines nuts and candy and on o I g
: where there are children each will I Christmas morning, the congrega I Of Radio: PhonesTests
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:t4oi': contain a toy. These packages will tion joining with the Community Cantata, "The Story of Christmas", by H. Alexander Matthews. I
Church in enjoyment of their can-
also be distributed to the i PART I' ,
S house. tata. The evening service will be \ here yesterdayby
f laborers at the sugar an evening of carol with No. 1. The Prophecy.--Chorus .....__..._.....__..Men's Voices and Full: were made I
j, This year Santa Claus is presenting singing ch.orus.1 the Radio Marine Company ,ofa ,
:' twenty dollars/in cash prizes for several special solos and selectionsby No. 2. The Annunciation _...._.............................. Soprano Solo and Chorus.,I radio telephone of a type similar I

{ the best decorated Christmas tree the choir. f PART II )I to that proposed to be installed in

L-: in the Eastern and Western Divis- :----. No. 3. The Vision of the Shepherds __:.....____.... Introduction and Chorus.' each of the hurricane gates around I
''; ions. The trees are being furnished KIWANIS CLUB, : the lake before next hurricane season -
each family by the United States No. 4. The Journey of the Shepherds. ........ Tenor Solo and Men's Chorus.No. .I, by the United States Engineeis. I
t Sugar Corporation and the prizes The Kiwanis Club had their an- 5. Voices of the Sky ............ _...__..............................:.......... Tenor Solo. A set was installed at Hurricane
will make rivalry keen to see which nual Christmas meeting Wednesday PART IIINo. Gate No. 6 at Okeechobee and
family can have the prettiest tree.A evening at the Inn and enjoyed 'another set in Clewiston and the
the Clewiston 6. The: Quest of the Magi-Instrumental March ......:....._... Baritoneand from Okeechobee
from sent
committee more than a group of school- messages
Garden Club will be the Judges in boys the exchange, of gifts which Ten'or Solos and Chorus. were picked up with amazing clar-

the Western Division and a committee was the feature of the meeting. No. 7. Tenor Solo and Chorus. ity and volume at the office here.
: from the Garden Club of Much merriment was derived from The tests were made primarily to
I No. 8. ,Contralto Solo and Chorus. '
Canal Point will judge the Eastern these toys before they were turned' determine the proper power for
: Division. The judging will be done over to the committee In charge PART IV such telephones and the necessary

Saturday afternoon, 'Christmas eve. to be delivered as Christmas giftsto No. 9. The Fulfilment of the Prophecy........... Chorus and Tenor Solo. I frequency,
A singing program of Christmas underprivileged children.It While there has been talk of
carols will be presented by the was announced that the meet- SOLOISTS Installing these radio phones for
plantation school children to greet ing which would regularly fall on Soprano, Irma Smith; Contralto, Hazel Prewitt; Tenor, F. M. Wright; the past year or two Carawan Nelson -
the' arrival of St. Nick 'at their January 4 for the installation of Baritone, R. N. Smith in charge of the sub-office here I
Christmas parly.In the new officers would be held instead CHORUS stated yesterday that the installationwas
order to fill this gigantic on' January 5, Thursday night, now assured before the next I
r s stocking, Santa Claus' workshop in order that the new lieutenant- Sopranos: Irma Smith, Nina Niblack, Blanche Turner and Mary Markette. hurricane season and would make !

will have to prepare three tons, governor, Ernest Metcalfe of West Altos: Marion Leydig, Hazel Piowitt, Lola Robbins and Sue Robblns. certain constant communication between f

of candy/four tons of .nuts, 20 cases Palm Beach, ,could be present to Tenors: 'F. M. Wright,'' Ed Robbins and Jim Beardsley, Jr. the various points around wind the
of apples, two truck loads of or Install the Clewiston officers. This I lake in the event a hurricane
Basses:, R. N. Smith, J. E.. Beardsley and J/! H Doty. k other common
,, anges, and over two thousand toysand : will also be Ladies' Night, a departure should knock

,L games. from the usual custom. Director, James E. Beardsley ;.... _. Accompanist Christine, Doty..' I communications I IS.



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BusinessBooms Spirit .
t / Toy .,
11'\ life Im piling act : .
Take the ..
Youngsters Shopping
NEWS Again on 'fc.ct. .' '

OF'rv u<5rYty deeds \... ?, .

Ive '
quite .
Discarded Playthings Pro
THIS I'd better start now ,.
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vide Yule Cheer for "
being good ...;!

Unfortunate To make my life look '

WEEK{ nice "
Throughout America thousands of on top. I" '.

I I public spirited citizens are partici- 1CCA".t4 "t'-' :

By LEMUEL F. PARTON pating in a toy industry from which

they make no money, but will bring
N EW YORK.-Prevailing fashionsin'iron them a greater payment'in satisfac- ".

men make us proud of tion on Christmas morning: r
our own model. We cite big, smil- That industry is the secondhandtoy

ing, durable Gabby Hartnett, bat- business, I an enterprise that
ting .296 over a flourishes in 'towns and cities WNU c.Service.
Gabby Is Our period of 16 throughout the country each Novem- ,:.' ,

Own Model of' years, with a ber and December. In high school c'

An Iron Man high. of35.4' manual training rooms, fire stations, Make This Useful : ',: ,
dropping onlythree and service club headquarters, discarded ,
pop flies in all that time and playthings are being repaired In Santa Claus' court at one ofAmerica's pnpn'y yi /r yyy : s / Bag on a Hanger:

still pegging the ball to second withno and repainted.In big department ;stores a

letdown in machine-gun speed of these workshops fast photographer caught these can- By RUTH WYETH SPEARS .
and precision. Phil Wrigley, ownerof toys are being fashioned by ingen- did shots of youthful shoppers going THIS bag has been a great sue-

the Chicago Cubs, ups him $5,000in ious amateurs. But in all of them, about their business. They're pictures Several others can be
a $27,500 player-manager con- busy merchants and professionalmen you might find in any store in made for different purposes. Theyare

tract, for his eighteenth season with are devoting their spare timeto the country this time of the year.Santa good to hang in the closet or '

the Cubs. helping Santa Claus make sure T,' ,' 'U"" ) __ the sewing room, for patterns or i

the he has gifts for every youngster on small equipment. Size shown here
He's over
growing gray a
ears, but this department is, Christmas eve. /\,:

ready to lay a bet that he'll still Dolls Get New Dresses. RANGE NDS

be in his catcher's armor after Dolls which faced dusty aban-
the overseas iron men have been donment through their later yearsare :v;

sent to the showers, even if they being rejuvenated. Cleaning and w a

are batting 1.000 at this moment. new paint have brought back the rh l ,

He's a marvelous handler of first flush of youth to their shining :: .

pitchers, with a laugh that eases : cheeks and the early sparkle to ;'G
tension and keys down nerves. i their obediently open or closed eyes.: I-f EM'E I .
New dresses have added much to 1 NDS
At Woonsocket L. I. where he
their attractiveness.There FOLD .. ....
grew up, he was Charles Leo, a STITCH AND
is new fire in the big glass TRIM
name long since lost. It was in 5 RIGHT SIDE!
1922 that he signed for what looks eyes of many a rocking horse, too, MAKE SECOND STITCHING
the long legs of whose original own- OF FRENCH SEAM6PLACE N" "
like a lifetime stretch, as a rookie MANGER INSIDE
would dangle on the floor.
er now ,
catcher for the Cubs.
With paint throwing his proud
o new requires % yard of bright ticking. ./
'into relief he's
mane brighter as
You will notice in the sketch that,
A bantam-weight rollicking a steed prancing along I ;
French seams are used. This
British newspaper man was as- the road to romance as ever he was. I
to colonel's staff in the makes the first stitching of the "
signed a these community Won't Miss r '
The procedure of ;
World The colonel seams ,on the right side. Trim' '1
war. was con- varies .
temptuous. He volunteer organizations Fateful I close to. this stitching, turn the'
from city to city. In larger towns, Farthest North'U. I
Warns England tossed the new- bag inside out and stitch the irf'if

Clean Sweeping comer a hand- policemen and firemen are rejuve- seams again so that the raw edges :); l ;
nating toys collected by Boy and .'
S. covered. Punch small hole
Is Vital Need book on Syria. communities Community MeetingBy are a :
Girl Scouts. Smaller '
"Take that," he in the center top for the hanger .:,: ;
depend on volunteer co-operation. PENASSE MINN. .
Youngsters ,'
hook. ':ii' +
said, "and study it. You might be
Women make new dresses for dolls in this isolated community .. ,
I living are NOTE: Mrs. Spears' Book 2- 1- J1
able to digest it in six months. +
' and men repair the toys. quite confident Santa Claus won't EATHRINE EDELMAN
Gifts Novelties and
"Perhaps I can, said the scrivener. ;
, I baskets for unfortu-
Christmas them this Christmas. Pen-
"It took me only three months to'write pass by has helped thousands of womento ';7
nates will have many presents other asse, you see, is St. Nicholas' first
it." use odds and ends of materials ,c ':1k
I than toys. Each year thousands of stop in the United States, and the IN THE graying dusk of a De and their spare time to make : ,..Jt;

That was gamey little LeopoldS. communities find means of placing farthest north point in the nation. If er afternoon the slowly things to sell and to use. Book 1- )::t' '

Amery, one-time ace reporterfor candy, nuts, fruit-and often all the he gets past the customs officials, St. moving of the figure seemed Half almost dozen a Sewing, for the Home Decorator, ....

the London Times, later a makings for a Christmas dinner-in Nick has to visit Penasse. part landscape. a is full of inspiration for every :
mit- cars whizzed by but no one stoppedto ,I
cabinet member, now puttinghis each basket. Shoes, stockings, The bewhiskered gentleman aban- homemaker. These books make ,
offer him lift ask where he
also find a or
steel to Mr. Chamber- tens and other apparel a .
spurs dons his reindeer before he reaches delightful Christmas gifts. Mrs.
going. If the of Christ-
was Spirit "
lain's "appeasement," the reciprocal ready market Penasse each year, because the mas, of kindness, was abroad, it was Spears will autograph them on re-; ..: '
trade treaty and all deep snow usually hampers even surely him quest. Books are 25 cents each. '{;::.
deals with the dictators. He When Yule Carol I those 'sturdy steeds. He travels by Ten minutes more up. of plodding Crazypatch quilt leaflet is included )' '
says, "You might as well try flown to the ',' .
ski-equipped airplane, free with every order for both
the chill air and
through darkening ,
to please"a tortoise by strokingits Stilled War Guns isolated village twice each week another car came roaring down the books. Address: Mrs. Spears, 210 ,

back. from Warroad. S. Desplaines St., Chicago, 111. ;: '
road, passing him by. as the others : ;
On Battle Front Penasse's only other visitor the :'1}'
In parliament, he has been for had done. The grim lines around his

many years the leader of the die- NORFOLK, VA.-Rev. J. Suther- winter living on is Indiana a nearby Pete island, a trapper in the mouth grew deeper, then he heard a Head colds dot !I
hard conservatives. He is againstany loud grinding of brakes.
make feel
land-Watt of Norfolk 'tells how the you
Lake of the Woods. The
social fixings or trimmings strains of "Silent Night, Holy tress is Miss Helen Arnold,postmis-twenty- "Almost passed you up," a gay 2 DROP miserable thisforreliefPutrR Do ',;.:
whatsoever and having been like voice cried.
Night, sweeping gently across a two who admits business isn't 2 drops Penetro :
Kipling, a reporter in India, is battlefield in two languages, quieted rushing-even at Christmas time. "Pretty"fine of you to stop for an E LI E F Nose Drops in '.if.;
for the old empire formula without 'guns in front-line trenches of the old man. He shuffled into the vacant each nostril-so "ww

any modifications.The greatest war on earth for 'a Christ- seat as he spoke. FOR HEAD soothing, cooling "F

son of a poor civil servant in mas celebration.It Ointment Named in BibleIs "Oh, that's nothing," the gay COLDS brane to irritated of mem the .A r-:.

India, he scrambled through Oxford was Christmas eve, 1914,r between Extracted from Shrub voice was a bit embarrassed. "ButI nose and throat.Astringentlike. J,:
by, snagging every scholarship in Armentiers Arras, while did almost pass you up. With this ; :;,
sight. He went to parliament and Gordon Highlanders huddled in Native to United States Christmas business, and the rush action of ephe ".ft

in 1922' became secretary of the ad- trenches, when somebody remem- and hurry, one could pass up their drine quickly al* 'i..'
'V lows "more
miralty. Later, as colonial secre- bered the day. America shares with the Holy own mother." room to you breathe" '::?'I

tary, he swarmed all over the em- "Jim, let's sing," one said to Land the small plant from which "I like to hear you say that. It's Nose ,J
pire, making fluent orations in Syrian vate Sutherland-Watt. pri-I comes the oil that recalls to mind what I've always believed. The fact PEal ETftA DROPS y:

Arabic, Turkish, French, Ital- events of 19 centuries ago, when the I :
Jim off but .
pleaded someone
ian and German. In Cambridge he glories of the first Christmas eve 'AN UNUSUAL STORY ,}. ;
started "Silent Night, Holy Night, .'
had confounded his were revealed to shepherds on Bethlehem's iA
elders by his Philosopher Kings
and soon Jim and the whole Scot : CHRISTMASis ..
gift of tongues.He regiment had joined in. hills. FOR state would be happy where ,,
From this plant, which aboundsin
is 'a bitter-ender who says I When the last refrain subsided, Minnesota's north woods and oth- I was making a bit of a test to- philosophers were kings ,or kings .

Der Fuehrer's big horses ,aren't from the opposite trenches arose er places in the United States, is day-had a bet with a friend about.I were philosophers.-Plato. '

going to run over him. He has other voices-attuned in "Stille taken spikenard, highly-perfumed it. What's your name?" -

been prophet of doom and has I Nacht." Then all night long, Christ. ointment referred to in the King "The name is Tod Jenkins. I'm

warned England against meet- mas carols rang from trench to James version of the Bible as used headed for St. Louis-going home to I

' ing a crisis,by sweeping the dust trench in strange tongues while can- to anoint the feet of Jesus.So spend Christmas with mother. I GOOD-DRUG
under the and flares from other sectorslit STOICS
rug. non this small, unassuming plant graduated in engineering last June. '

the sky. played a small part in events which "An interesting story." Tod somt uaor t' ',
At the customary "zero" hour, Christmas most cheerful turned to look at the old man as he
months gave
ago, the Nazis
SEVERAL the British soldiers saw gray-clad holiday' nations.Northern spoke. He almost swung the car off
George from the
figures making their way ouf of the the slab. "Why-why you look years
realm. He had beaten them
to it
opposite trenches. A few shots were and years younger than I thought!"
by about six years. Just now, he fired. Then it was seen that the Outposts A hearty laugh sounded againstthe 13hutos %'' lessedRelie,2A

Beats Hitler's citizenship.gets American He Germans carried no arms. Scots Await Planes With sharply rising wind. The man

Order of Exile leaped from their trenches, likewise was speaking again."I'm'not so old, I ,

By Six Years and was ironic a 'savage caricaturist unarmed, only to be ordered back. Christmas ParcelsEDMONTONALBERTA.Almost Tod," .he said slowly; "I'm a long

way from the old fellow you were ,
who had I Anti-Communist kind enough to pick up. Yesterdaywe Idleness a Sepulcher -
raised many blisters on sundry Nazi Flags millions of Canadianand ,.:,
forgotten by
had an argument at the club. I Idleness is the sepulcher of the :
hides before he made his getaway. Replace Beloved SantaIn American Christmas celebrantsare .
made a bet with a fellow that Iwouldn't living man.-Seneca. ,
While he is a certified Aryan he ;
residents of far-flung outposts of "
have to walk an hour before -
was an outstanding candidate for a : Japan's Christmas the Canadian northwest territories. .
I would find the Spirit of Christ- : '
concentration camp and was shrewd TOKYO.-Santa Claus has been Each ysfar they look forward to a mas. It was rather a crazy thing to CO'LDS )

enough to see what was coming. banished from Japan, much to the merry Christmas-if the weather is do, but I happen to be rather an

When he landed here in 1932, sorrow of thousands, of boys and good and parcels arrive by planein eccentric scientist. My name is. 666 first day.
to teach at the Art Students' girls who had come to love the pa- time for the annual celebration. Perry Birch." Headachesand

league, there was a row in the tron saint of Christmas. A home Christmas 'express and provisions "Perry Birch!" Tod's eyes wid- Fever

league, but President John Sloan ministry ordinance now forbids the usually reach Adkavik, 1,480 miles ened in astonishment, and his foot LIQUID TABLETS due to Colds
defended him as "one of the usual festival manner of celebrat- northwest of Edmonton, a few'days went off the accelerator, bringingthe SALVE. NOSE DROPS In SO minutes.

greatest of modern artists," ing. Japan, although not a Chris- before Christmas. Another far-away car almost to a standstill be- Try"Rnb-My-TUm"-a Wonderful liniment ;",
and here tian nation, has been celebratingthe place is Coppermine, 1,100 miles "
he is, painting happily, fore he went on. "Why-why, he
and everything is gemeutlich. day with growing ardor annu- north of Edmonton on Coronationgulf. stammered, "I've been wanting to

ally, with department stores featur- Pilot Marlowe Kennedy makes meet you all my life. I've read GUIDE BOOK to
He, has given up caricature and ing Santa Clauses similar to the the trip to that outpost from Port everything you've writtenstudiedyour

Jets the world go by. His paintIngs -, American variety. But now shop- Radium on Great Bear lake. methods and work for years. In GOOD VALUES

are hung in many good galleries keepers have announced that in- But even though Christmas pro- fact," his voice grew more embar- 0 When you. plan a trip abroad,you can
take book, and
and he has a nice home in stead of the usual decorations their visions don't come through by .airplane rassed, "I've been hoping that some ctly a where guide you want to go how long out you ex-

Queens, where, with his wife and establishments will display Japanese residents of the arctic waste day I might follow in your foot- can .tay, and what it will cost you ,'

two children, he says he enjoys hi.Vi German and Italian flags, rep- lands are brought to civilization'svery steps. The biggest wish of my life really O The a advertisement guide book to in good this value paper are U ,yy

exile tremendously. resenting the three leading anticommunist door each Yuletide throughthe is to become a scientist like you!" I you make habit of reading them ear* "'
Consolidated News Feature nations. magic of radio. fully, you can plan your hopping tripe
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j ,; -By Joseph W. La Dine $f 4 J v .

,', Within a few days the longawaited -
-expressed EDITOR'S in these NOTE columns-When they opinions are thoseof are results of Mr. Chamberlain's Mu-

: the news analyst and not necessarily of nich "peace" treaty became despairingly -
the newspaper. apparent on three fronts, ( WELL ,HENWHAT- THE DIFFERENCE\
,, making the prime minister realizehe BETWEEN ME AND A 1,000 1'

i 0 Congress must either turn about-face (if it T MILLIONAIRE.\ \ \ \ ?
is not late to be followed -
t too ) or resign
! ; As the U. S. becomes a nation of
by Lord Baldwin or Mr.
l older men and women (caused by Eden: m.

r declining birth rate) federal-state
IMemel. Detached from German
'. support of the indigent aged is no
; \ ;
East Prussia the Versailles trea-
, ,' longer a political football but has
ty, later ceded to Lithuania, this
acute problem recognized -
emerged =as an
943-square-mile territory the
by Democrats and Republicans -
i' tic is being absorbed back into the
r1 alike. The present social security I

I:, setup was a New Deal inspiration -

,J proved even, but this revolutionary 1937's recession step to EAT a nd SHY I

C ,
:i almost / y t ryI
was insufficient. This month r iy

s F every congressman converging r
:: on Washington carries a new plan has been made an effective vitamin
I in his portfolio, foreshadowing the M41J C. Houston Goudiss Asks How Do You Get Your carrier.

most heated battle to confront the
Vitamin D? Relates Need for and SourcesOf
: seventy-sixth congress. % Natural Food Sources of Vitamin D

i Many Republicans would like to This Necessary VitaminBy The richest natural sources of

I,. forget that 40 of their 81 new members vitamin D are the fish-liver oils,

!I were elected this year on promises C. HOUSTON GOUDISS including the liver-oil of the tuna,

': ,_ tf'i to support the Townsend measure swordfish, rock fish salmon hali-
is scarcely a mother of a. baby today who
I young
issue to
i, or bring pension THERE but, mackerel, cod ,and haddock.
.'. a vote. But one who refuses to for- : at one time or another..been told to give her child The body oils of many fish also .
get, and who will undoubtedly fire *,& Io cod-liver oil. Perhaps she does not know this substance must furnish substantial amounts. That

I (- the opening gun in next month's pen be given 'to the baby for the 'vitamin D that it contains. But accounts for the fact that canned

sion. argument Allen T. ,Treadway.is Massachusetts'Rep. Ranking ,she has heard that there is something in cod-liver oil which salmon has been regarded as sucha
splendid food in the diet of chil-
minority member of the house ways makes .it valuable ,to the baby's health. dren and 'adults. It is not only ,a
and means committee, he will em- A generation codliveroil :
i ago, good source protein and of en-
barrass his political partisans by of- : was given to children in the written in Latin by English and ergy values, but it ,contains sub-

fering Townsendism.a resolution for hearings on winter time, "to build themup" Dutch doctors during the 1600's.In stantial amounts of the minerals,

i ? rickets, the child's head calcium, phosphorus and iodine,
i'. When pension arguments are sifted \t %: after, colds or various grows large and out of proportionto and has been found to be an unusually -
down, Washington observers ex- other respiratory illnesses. It food of
ANTHONY EDEN the body, while the leg and good source vita-
; pect Townsendisrn to drop from the Mr. Chamberlain's ? was not until 1921, however, arm bones, and in severe cases min D.Egg .
picture, to be followed by a clear- successor the ribs bent twistedout yolk contains small
that a long series of'painstak- even are and ,
cut Democrat-vs.-Republican debate Reich without consultation with-or amounts of vitamin D and when
of their normal shape. ,
:. on how social security shall be protest from-the four guarantors of ing investigations, terminat-. eaten, regularly, the quantity' is

i amended. In this argument the the Memel statute (Britain, France, ing in the discovery of vita- enough to have a significant. ef"
most surprising feature be Re- Italy and Japan). Using "Sudeten" Need for Calcium and PhosphorusThe
may min D, made it clear that feet in the diet of children.
publican support of a $30-a-month methods, Germany first provoked cod-liver oil is valuable as a two principal minerals required -
federal old age contribution, featuring Memelites to cry for autonomy. Following for constructing the bones Vitamin D RequirementsSo
:. limit victorious source of vitamin D, and also and teeth calcium obtained
,I a 60-year age as against a plebiscite came are important is vitamin D
the present limit of 65 years. If the cry for "anschluss" (union) with why this vitamin is essentialin chiefly from milk, cheese and sidered, that the United States

states could equal the $30 federal the Reich. Although Hitler an- the diet of growing: chil- green leafy vegetables, and phos- Children's Bureau advises that

contribution, pensioheers would then nounced after the Munich treaty I phorus, found in generous amountsin cod-liver
dren, as well as adults. oil or some other form of
receive $60 a month. that he had no more European territorial -: eggs, whole grain cereals* and this vitamin be supplied all

Where the federal government claims, no one doubts his dried legumes. But one of the babies
of Vitamin D beginning at the age of
:. could raise $30 a month, or where agents are behind the Memel coup. Discovery things that made it so difficult for two or three'weeks.

[. states could raise even less, is a Ukraine. While world attentionhas After years of patient work and scientists to determine the cause Mothers should be guided by the I

moot problem. There are currently been focused on the FrancoItalian many thrilling_and dramatic_ ex- of rickets was the fact that appar- advice of their physician in de- 1

E 1,656,700 persons .on, pension rolls, crisis (see below) Hitler has perunenis u seven ently well fed children, who had termining when to start the use ofa

r costing the U., S. about $238,500,000 quietly but effectively begun agita- forms'of vitamin Dhave plenty of calcium and phosphorus, vitamin D preparation and what

i r'." for the fiscal year. States pay tion for his projected Ukraine republic 1., been revealedby frequently developed the disease. quantities to give. But if they

r 250129000. This gives each of the to be carved out of Poland science. And want to give their babies the bless-

,. __,_ I Ii and Russia. A Nazi-inspired auton- scientists have also Mystery of Cod-Liver Oil ing bestowed on them by the sci-
; omy move in the Polish Ukraine, solved the mysteryof
i Cod-liver oil had been used for entists whopdiscovered; vitamin D,
how such
the first is- ; widely
step, being correlatedwith ;j they must not overlook this impor-
because of its
separated factors many years sup-
activity of German agents in.; as tant substance.As .
the Russian Ukraine. The latter cod-liver oil; sun- posedly "tonic" or "building"properties
guardians of the health of
J step is especially well timed, since light; a diet that is when it was observed
that doses of codliveroil both children and adults, mothers
: r' rich in and regular
meager reports out of Moscow in- care-
should see to it that vitamin D
not only cured rickets in chil-
dicate the Soviet republic is weak- fully balanced with
r ened internal calcium and dren, but also cured the corre- is supplied regularly through the
by strife. Not con- phos
sponding disease in adults called use of eggs and salmon; irradi-
zjj tent to stop there, Hitler has opened phorus; and ultra- ated foods and those fortified with
osteomalacia in which the bones
with violet light all the ,
negotiations Persia and Afghanistan can perform
vitamin D and if
for German exploitation same service for the body. become soft as the calcium and ; necessary, fish-
liver oils or concentrates.
/ of oil and wheat lands. In the Bal- Readers of this column may phosphorus already deposited in
them are withdrawn and excreted.Fat .
[ / kans, Jugoslavia has practically renounced have observed that the discoveryof

the little entente to follow a number of the vitamins came I Questions AnsweredMiss I

,. pro-Nazi Premier Milan Stoyadinovich about chiefly through the efforts of and Vltemin D

a result. of the December elec- investigators to discover a methodof One of the strangest paradoxesto

'' tion.France. treating: or curing 'obscure nutritional the scientists in their early G. M. ''L.-Yes, it is true
I.Ij Ij\\ No observer believes the diseases. In most in- investigations was the fact that that sweet potatoes contain a

recent French-German treaty is stances, however, carefully con- while cod-liver oil appeared to cure small amount of protein. In fact,

worth anything, because the Reich trolled laboratory experiments rickets, another substance high, in their protein is composed of four

has actually increased anti-French played their part in reaching the fat-butter fat, did not. More research amino acids known to be essentialto

__ activity since it was signed. France ultimate goal after some clue had work was necessary beforeit nutrition. Some of the protein
__ _
I "-<(1: "' """ """" 'V """' has alliances with Poland and Rus- been found as to what the myste- was discovered that ''while but- may be lost if the potato is boiled,

MASSACHUSETTS' TREADWAY sia, both of which have been ignored rious substance might be that ter was rich in vitamin A, cod- but it is entirely preserved when

Promises will not be forgotten. in Germany's Ukrainian helped to control a baffling nutri- liver oil contained two vitamins the potato is cooked by dry heat.

'I 1,656,700 indigent an of drive. France dominates the little 'tional disease. The discovery of one of which was later named I Mrs. M. B.-Both cooked lentils ,

I $19. If all eligible average were entente, which Hitler has defeatedin vitamin D was no' exception! vitamin D. and baked kidney beans contain
persons Jugoslavia and is undermining in over 20 per cent of carbohydrate.Low .
added to the rolls, the number
other Balkan countries. And-most Vitamin D and Rickets carbohydrate vegetables in-
Effect of
: .would swell to more than 3,000,000. Sunlight
important-France resents Germa- clude cabbage celery cauliflower
Since the U. S. is Vitamin D ,
already using is associated inti-
More work was andit
ny's support of Italian demands for kale, lettuce and spinach.
social security payroll taxes as Tunisia, Corsica, Nice and Savoy. mately with the prevention and took years of patient effort be- &-WNU-C. Houston Goudlss-1938-Ifc
fast as they come in, and since most Current opinion holds that France cure of rickets, the most devastat- fore science unraveled the mys-
states are.unable to raise their $15 ing nutritional disease of childrenin
will surprise Germany and Italy tery of how sunlight could have The Tallest Tree
monthly share for each pension, any with a strong and unexpected temperate climates. Indeed, it the same apparent effect in pre-
i plans to"increase. payments must be' resistance is the moderate The long-disputed claim as to
to these territorial de and in some cases venting .rickets as cod-liver oil. I
the whereabouts of the tallest tree
preceded by plans for financing the mands. the small amount of sunshine in Once nutritionists understoodhow
in the world is now officially set-
system. the temperate zone that accounts sunlight acting on a fatty sub-
tled. Records of the United States
InternationalAny partially for the presence of stance in the skin could produce
forestry service at San Francisco
i EuropeThe shift in world military poweris rickets. vitamin D, however, it was not showed the world's10ftiest tree is

long-cherished hope that invariably followed by economic Historians have given'us reasonto difficult to carry the process a located in California. Government
believe that, this disease further and learn how to forti-
Great Britain would eventually dis- changes. One of these is world may computations fixed the height of
the futility of Prime Minister have existed in England even be- fy foods with a satisfactory con-
trade, in which Great Britain finds the record holder, a Sequoia in tl
fore the Roman conquest. Cer- tent of vitamin D. j
Neville dictator
-. "ap- her position threatened by aggres- Humboldt State park, at 364 feet.
peasement" policy is at last bearing sive Germany. Taking a thoroughly tainly it appeared in a serious Today we have at our disposal Unconfirmed reports, circulated)I
form, both in England'and in other irradiated milk ormilk I
to which
fruit. Faced with a new series of a
revolutionary position, England has for several years, told of Austra-
crises, Mr. Chamberlain is presum- broadened her North European countries, in the vitamin D concentrate has been
now government lian eucalyptus trees 400 to 500
.. .. Seventeenth century. In fact, early added. Margarine too has been
.,) ably being forced to reverse his trade insurance plan to safeguard feet tall. World forestry statis-
literature refers to it as the Eng- enriched not only with vitamin D
stand or resign. Most significant of materials ,
exports ordinarily refused tics, however, limit the highest
was the dinner at Lord Stanley Bald- as poor risks. Beginning January lish disease, and the early at- but with vitamin A so that this known eucalyptus to 325 feet.-
F win's home, attended by King I 1, the export credits depart- tempts to fathom its causes were moderate-priced spread for bread Cleveland Plaindealer.

George VI and a group of right-wing ment may incur liabilities up to

Labor leaders, all strenuous oppo- $375,000,000 instead of the present

nents of the Chamberlain govern- $250,000,000. To cover special risk -

ment. items, another $50,000,000 has been
the advertisements in
Even as the king broke bread with set aside. The latter policy, inci- READ) your paper regularly.

this crew, another antiChamberlainleader dentally, will facilitate shipment of find extraordinary values from time to

was en route to the U. S. war goods to, China.
where- he' leveled veiled criticism at If this aggressive British positionhas time, in all the hundred and one things that make

the man whose cabinet he, left in caused Germany any worry houses more attractive.

anger. Anthony Eden, one-time for- Berlin can rejoice in a $17,000000 ,-
eign minister, told the National As- barter deal with Mexico, under
sociation of Manufacturers that democracies I which she will buy oil in exchangefor o Your budget will cover the improvements you

must resist "false com- manufactured items. In this want to make if you plan your buying with the news
placency" in viewing international caso, Germany's gain is Britain'sloss 1
perils, that "the survival of democ- since London has almost com- of bargains as a guide. Read the advertisements.

racy must depend on the faith which pletely severed diplomatic and trade

t it inspires the results which it relations with Mexico over expro-
It can achieve." priation of British-owned oil lands.





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U The 'Clewiston News I kitchen at the Town club they know Cassidy, artist and author, comes I,Tigers Close- I I I'l

how to do right by that ace of something entirely new in Florida

deep sea delicacies. At the end there booklets-"The, Rubbernex in Flor-. I 9

Published every Friday. in Clewiston. was, pie. At neither place was it ida." Written in ,the cleverest rhyme (Continued from yage one)

Florida by the CLBWISTON NEWS, rhubarb abundant in the mark- and charmingly Illustrated by the I Gators showed that any laxity in 0 0

Inc. ets from farms hereabouts, but by author, it recounts, the interesting theTigers' defense might be dis
and amusing experience of a mythical -I
the time dessert was reached the astrous. A final quarter rally by

KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor case for I a sumptuous repast from tourist family's journey throughthe j. the Everglades boys came toot late

just outside"" the door had been so I state. for Clewiston already had scored

Entered as second class mail matter: thoroughly established as to meet There's Pa and Ma and Sis and enough points to win. 1

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office Jr the specifications of even an army Rex and all the little Rubbernex. The Tigers scored first in the
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of
!March 3, 1897.Subscription. engineer. You'll love them all and thoroughly battle early in the first quarter

When General Schley volunteered enjoy the trip; with them. No when a pass, Stone ,to Owen, was
praise and remarked that the point of interest is overlooked, and completed over the goal line from

Rate $2.00 Per Year. experience was unique, inquiries the sparkling' humor throughoutthe the fifteen. James Winn dropkicked -

Advertising Ratcft On Application. developed that no special effort book is delightfully refreshing, to add two points and put the J. M. COUSECounselor

had been made to impress him with as this sample will attest in a description Tigers out in front by a score of f

the edible tonnage this region can of the cypress tree: 8-0. This Clewiston march startedon and Attorney at Law
Devoted to the advancement and wel-
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. produce. It just happened that he "It's queer about those cypress the Gator 32 'when Doss' punt Hopkins Building I +

struck a couple of good places to trees, they have no legs but still for tb.Pi Gators was blocked. Wednesdays and Saturdays
eat. Perhaps they also do well, witha I
have Those dwarf-like stumps
knees. i The Tigers scored again earlyin 9:30 to 4:00.
Chicago steak and a Virginia: ham that grow about, are knees the trees 1 I Ican't the second period when the
--- but they obviously do better with
live without. And science asks
; Clewiston backfield charged through
Once again the greatest of all Clewiston chicken, Lee county'! pompano us to believe, it's through those I fast to knock down an, attempted

holidays is with us; the day on and the fresh and sublimely knees the cypress breathe, to laughat pass by Doss behind the line'of

-which we celebrate universally the flavored fruits and vegetables of the years and scoff at death, because I scrimmage. Bill Owen scooped up I x .. ,
birthday of the Christ child and rich Caloosahatchee valley.For..t.Myers they can't. run out, of breath. 'But
the ball and ran for the touchdown I !
hear again the story of the Nativ News-Press. Pa,' said Rex, vit seems to me, they from his own 35 yard line. James : l7pYf. I
ity. WIQ sing carols which never X I II
could get water on the knee'. Winn again made good the drop-! '

grow old and despite a common :"r:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":" :: :' Any one of these splendid books kick conversion and the score stood i r;
complaint that Christmas is com- ,
would make an ideal Christmas gift. 16-0. This score came just a few I :.
mercialized go ahead to give more Too Late To moments after the Gators had I .
and finer gifts than ever before, I ,
threatened when Doss completed a X
happily making sacrifices whichwe Football Team To I ,
pass to John Berry deep in Clewis-
feel throughout the entire year
to follow. CJ3y. CJussell Kay Enjoy Barbecue I ton territory from his own 31. Owen I
Winn saved the score for Clewistonby r't'
The song of the angels on the ..... ......... ..... I Iastinqs
. . . . . . I overtaking Berry and making a '
night Christ was born of "Peace On ---
beautiful submarine tackle.A ;
formal oYat
Earth, Goo"d Will to Men", may Kenneth Friedman, Florida's Instead of the banquet % u .
from Stone to Redish was
seem to be lacking in modern "Ripley" has spent a good many which is usually held for a football
good for"a touchdown near the
Christmas observances but consider years digging up interesting facts'and team at which time letters, sweaters ,
close of the first half but the
a moment a few of the things I information about Florida whichhe and other awards are made r
referee called the ball back to
which are done. Christmas seals are ] clearly presents in cartoon form the Tiger' squad voted unanimously J
the forty yard line on a penalty and
purchased each. year by the mil under the title of "Florida Highlights" to have a barbecue dinner. in the

lions to help in the fight against tuberculosis Particularly has Ken pointed woods instead. The dinner is to beheld the score did not count.

and to bring health and out to our tourists and winter 'next Thursday night in the Both teams threatened in the

happiness to thousands. Community visitors, the many interesting and woods back of the Whidden station i I third quarter but neither was able

Christmas trees and commun- unusual things to see in the state. on Road 25. to score. Everglades reached pay Elbert L. Stewart .

ity chests make certain that thereIs Even as a good photograph is I At the barbecue all members of I dirt first in the final quarter. Short I (

no child too poor to receive some equal to a thousand words, a clever -! the team who graduate this year gains had taken the 'ball to the

fitting reminder of Christmas. well drawn cartoon is equally All I Tiger 29 and on fourth down from
will be presented with sweaters.
Churches, as always, do their partto forceful in making a quick and I other team, members, will receive II ,that point Lacy took the ball and

bring Christmas cheer to their yet lasting impression, and during their fooball letters. Munselle Stone, carried over for the touchdown
the Ken Friedman has served I I around left end. The try for the
members, regardless of station, and years, captain oT the team, will receive, I '
to many outside their membershipand his state admirably in, presenting as a gift from C. E. Miner, a tick I extra point was blocked.
her charms and interests in The Tigers came back from the
each year it seems that greater so et to the Orange Bowl game in
efforts are being made to bring the pleasing and effective a manner as Miami New Years and a second Everglades kick-off and with J.

spirit of Christmas into every home to cause countless thousands of visitors ticket will go to the one who Winn and Stone making nice runs

tin the, land. and home folks alike to better draws the lucky number. and a double lateral clicking nice-
Mrs. Blanche Turner
know and appreciate Florida. ly they made a, first on the Gator
But when, if ever, the time
comes Members of the athletic council,
and on the first play afterJ.
Now Ken om'es forward with one
when every person in the world something new and unique in the faculty members and a few friends I Winn carried over for the third invites you to visit her
receives gifts on Christmas morningand ,
will be invited to the out-door
touchdown. His try for the extra
way of a Florida Guide. Getting
we are able to cheerfully give dinner.
that unfortunate entirely away from the old stero- points was short. new
person may
have just as big a Christmas as typed style of tabulated compilationof With Tiger reserves in the game I
more or less dry facts and statistics at several key positions Evergladestook
our own loved ones we will still Dean King Builds I
I I the kick-off on the forty and BEAUTYSHOPS
fall short of the gift' of God to he sort of takes the readersby
pushed their way on plungesand
the hand in a jovial manner and
the world on that first Christmas New Home HereJ.
a nice pass, Doss to Russell,
Day. fairly leaps into a delightful tour
of Florida. to a first down on the Tiger 6. '

From that point another pass was ,
While his book is entitled "Kenriedman's
F. local building
Tippey, con-
GOOD PLACES. TO EAT completed for the second Gator
Cartoon Guide of Flor-
tractor began construction of a
da" its score. Again "the kick was blocked complete with the
relationship to the average new six-room home on Tuesday for 1"I
Sitting in on banquets, luncheonsand and a few moments later the, game
so-called guide is distant in- Dean King, popular manager of theB. ;
.just plain snacks, as they frequently deed. Streamlined, breezy, humorous and B. Cash Grocery. The new ended. newest and most up- q
have to do in traveling
it presents all Florida in a home 'will be located on Arcade I II I
around the country; army engineers manner that is both pleasing and I to-date
Street near the residence of H. R. equipment.Our .
in the higher brackets get to knowas NOTICE
authentic. Hall on Lot 24 of Block 173. The
much about dining out as theydo Tourists and winter visitors will contract price is $3,500.Mr. The annual meeting of the stock-
of digging ditches and the like find it worth times the mod- holders of First Bank of Clewiston
of that. In all kinds of places, many King states that over-all dimensions will be held in the office of the skilled operatives .
I est purchase price and will find it '
bank Thursday, the 5th day of January .
of the building are forty
good, bad and mostly indifferent, a really worth-while addition to 1939, 'at eight o'clock: M.
they are served with food of the their' library. Native Floridians, even feet by thirty-six feet. The interior ELBERT L. STEWART, are ready to serve you
tile Cashier.
I and
will be
finish knotty pine
same classifications and when
those who pride themselves on a Dec. 23, 30.
near the end of an inspection tour and the exterior walls and roof arrival.
knowledge ,of their state, will find Floors ,
will be of asbestos shingles.
as they did here the
other day,
this little gem of a book can acquaint will be of oak and a patio will be
they a good place to eat
them with lot of things
when they hit one. constructed in the rear of the I I ;.
they never knew before. home. Notice is hereby given that L. M;
Such a place, Major General Jul- And while we are on the subjectof St., Martin Brown intends to apply to
the Judge of the Circuit Court for
ian L. Schley was kind enough to Florida books and authors, there Hendry County. Florida, for a decree

say, is' the Town club at Fort recently came to my desk, a distinctively $1100 In Prizes- and license to manage, take chargeof -'

Myers and another is the ClewistonInn. different kind of a book and control her property and to SHOP :
become a free dealer in 'every respect. ,
Being a fellow whose profession entitled "Miniature Flower Arrange- Dec. 2, 9, 16, 23.READ. I ':
it is to figure things out, he ment", written by Edith Mason (Continued from page one)' Hopkins Bldg. Phone 392 ;i

readily found a, re son. Aside from and Edith Waas. second prize of' $50 to Marjorie '

the cooking, which is essential any- The attractive book, charmingly Fisher of Ida M. Fisher Junior THE ADS -. : .t '

where, it is because they serve written and beautifully illustrated, High of Miami Beach and the third
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the food of the region. That would was printed in the plant of the prize of $25 in this state group ;

seem to be commonplace: too, but Record Company, St. Augustine, went to Addie Virginia Hamiltonof .

General Schley says it isn't. It is known for its distinctive work. The P. K. Yonge Laboratory School I

his observation that after scanning binding is in cloth, featuring a of Gainesville. There were four ten Jt4 about time to : '

long rows of statistics of what a floral print of exceptional delicacyand dollar prizes in this group and six- ,

section produces, and seeing fields beauty. teen five dollar prizes one. of the '

lush with the harvest, he goes While considerable has been said latter of which 'was; won by Mary Remind you. ...

in to meals where they open a can and written on artistic floral ar- Johnson of Clewiston.The O INVESTMKTW

for half the courses and get the rangement, it seems that authors first, second and third prizes ZG,9

rest from cold storage. and authorities have dealt with were awarded in each of the sixty- I "
At the Clewiston Inn he noted flowers in general and no one had seven counties of the state with

that they didn't do that and when attempted to cover this subject of the exception of larger counties +seoo.

the very next day at the Town club the arrangement of those miniatureor where three firsts, seconds and

here he encountered another home tiny flowers that hide away in thirds were given. -

grown' menu he thought it was re- the field and garden and are usually $25.00 prizes were given for the

markable. Not a slice of Hawaiian overshadowed by their larger and best essay in each of the five con- t
YOU can't afford to
pineapple appeared in the salad at often more brilliant relations.It gressional districts and the winners procrastinate .::

either place, or chopped up Wenat- seems, however, that when giv- were as follows: First District, much longer in.,starting to save .' >'
chee apples or canned Georgia en proper consideration from the I Doyle Solomon of Mirror Lake Jun-
portion income..and invest
peaches. Instead there were fresh standpoint of vane or holder and ior High of St. Petersburg; second your \11'1'

cucumbers, tomatoes, tender carrots, arrangement, the flower and beau-tj district, Frances Glenn of John .. cJfl '\\ it wisely... during your productive: '

celery, and a garnish of green pep- (lover can accomplish t'>ome amazing Gorrie school in Jacksonville; Third \ The -
slogan/"Save and Have
per; at Clewiston some lettuce, too, results, and the beautiful Illustrations district, Alba Mae Cobb, West Chase 01R tty 5 years. j

which they_ insisted came from Everglades of '- such arrangements a Junior High of Pensacola; Fourth % 5 SNPIt may, be old-fashioned, but the sen.

gardens. On the table were shown in this delightful book give District, Jimmie Miley of St. Lucie sible people that follow it the J

no olives, but radishes and green visual testimony of what can be ac County High School, ,Fort Pierce, PccO ) are

onions plucked from the ground complished with Nature's tiniest and fifth district, Danny Paul of IS A "/0 happy ones you meet. We'll gladly '
t.t t-
that morning. The Clewiston cocktail floral contributions. in Beach. .. .
-, Seabreeze High Daytona \l. .... help with our time-tried safe
was luscious Florida grapefruit This book serves 'a long felt necc" The special school prize of $100 you : > ,

deftly blended with oranges; here and it is fitting that it should come went to'the John Gorrie school of and profitable savings plans. '

it was oysters of superb flavor up to the world as a Florida' product Jacksonville where one student won .. /;.'.'

from Lee county's WPA project at written, designed, illustrated arc the grand prize and another won j

Pine Island. The Clewiston piece de printed by Floridians. Every gard the congressional district prize. A ,

resistance was fried chicken from en club member and all lovers of special prize for the most artistic Clewiston Federal SavingsT, t

especially selected stock near by the beautiful and artistic, will fKd and unique display' of $10.00 wentto

and done southern style by ,a culinary "Miniature Flower Arrangement", o I (the 9A civics class of Andrew '

artist. Here it was pompano treasure indeed. Jackson High in Miami. '

from our off-shore nets and i fn the From; tho pen Qt' Tampa' Asa an.dL an. Association : :

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mas w"eek-ehd'in Moore Haven with Mr. and Mrs.' Keathley Bowden week from Tallahassee, where she attending school at ':Monte Verde, companied by Mrs. A. B. Hunt and l f
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'ri\11 ; Sammie Young. v Spanish, although a :Latin lan- Follow daily where duty leads
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/1 1'.t.. Hymn, "We Three Kings of guage, abounds in words of Moor- and thy conscience I

;! r l PERSONAL an SOCIETY i! Orient"Recitation, Chorus., "The Best Gift of ish origin. clear. .

I ji .. All", Gloria McDuffie.
; Hymn "0, Come All Ye Faithful -
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I N.N N N N N .N .M N.N M N M N N. M Nt ; ; ; : : : : : : :""-""- : : : : : : : : ): : : : :. Anthem, "The Name Over All",

r, Dir and Mrs. C. L. Downs spent i iI I Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams Chorus.

I : the week-end in Miami. I are expected to spend Monday and Benediction, Congregation. _
: I Tuesday in Clewiston as the guestsof I Chorus Members: Kathryn Gra-

: Rev. M. E. Mines made a business Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford. Dr. ham, Maxine Doty, Florence Graham -
trip to Miami Thursday. Williams: is a former pastor of the I Roberta Spicer Lee Pridgen,

) Community Church and Is now Beulah Guthrie. ,
located in Punta Gorda. I Accompanist: Mrs. J. H. .Doty. 0
I Miss Virginia Jordan is leaving
t today for Atlanta to spend the Directors: Mrs. J. G. Niblack, 0 0

f j week-end with her mother.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Poole and I Mary Markette. ,

t j son, John, of Washington, D. C..II v o
C. J. Rozier of West Palm are spending a few days here with FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH O
Beach was a business visitor in Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and Marshall Mines, Pastor. *
Clewiston Monday. other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Poole, ..--- S3OLake 0 00 tl

who are former-Clewiston:: residents, I "The Church of, Friendly 'Distinc-
J. J. Graham is spending a week are connected with National Park tion."

I in Jacksonville with his son, Jesse, College in Forest Glen, Maryland, Services every Sunday: ,

I and daughter, Miss ,Edith. a suburb of Washington.MRS. Sunday School 9:45 a. m., B.
E. Herring, Supt.
Dir, and Mrs. A. L. Morgan of TURNER: HOSTESS AT Morning Worship 11:00. Ser-

I iston Moore Haven were visiting' in Clew- ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY mon by the Pastor.B. Hudson Tailoring Co. Drug CompanyThe

Sunday afternoon. Y. P. U. 6:15 p. m., V. C.
Mrs. H. H. Turner was hostessat
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:r, Mr. and Mrs. the annual Christmas party of
. E. L. Stewart were ,
Evening :Preaching 7:30 m.
p. Frank Hudson
'\ business visitors in West Palm the Evening Bridge Club at her Niblack'sGULF
,Sermon by the Pastor.
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home Christ-
Beach Tuesday. on Wednesday evening.
J; Midweek Service Wednes-
I mas decorations' prevailed in the
day at 7:30
p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier were living room with a decorated tree
shopping in West Palm Beach Sat- occupying a prominent place. Fav-
'; urday. ors of miniature Santas containing Services Christmas Day Sunday ,
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nuts were placed on the tables at December 25th: The Sunday school

I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson were refreshment time. will be conducted as usual at 9:45

l' ;I visitors Saturday in West Palm Mrs. C. E. Nail won a linen scarfas but there will be no preaching

: Beach. high prize Mrs. T. B., Shelleya service Sunday morning at the
l vanity set for cut, and Mrs. R. Baptist church All members of the A a an

f Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were C."ilson guest towels for low Baptist church have been ,cordially
Saturday visitors in West ''Palm prize. invited to be the guests of the

Beach. Fruit cake and_ coffee were served Community Church at the eleven JOYOUS : ; f OLIDRY ,
T by Mrs. Turner to Mrs. Nail, o'clock hour to hear the Christmas

Mrs. J. Knight of Okeechobee is Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. C. E. Nail, cantata.I Let us hope that the Bap-

f spending the holidays'' here visiting Mrs.\ R. C. Nowling, Mrs. W. H. tist church will be well represented -

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff. Lanier, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Miss on this occasion.

Mae Palmer and Mrs. R. C. Wil- Old Fashioned Christmas Sing:

,-.' Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee and child- son. Sunday evening, December 25th' 'the
ren were visitors Thursday in Fort services at the Baptist church will

Myers. MRS. PERRY ENTERTAINS consist of an old-fashioned Christ- 0 l 7 i
WITH SHOWER FRIDAY mas sing. Lots of good congrega-

Mrs. F. E. Chalker and son, J. C., .--- tional singing of the well-known

of Tampa are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Perry entertained at Christmas carols. A solo by Paul

'; ; C. D. Beatty thorough the holidays. her home Friday afternoon with a Boe of Moore Haven a solo by .<
; .} stork shower honoring Mrs. H. C. Mrs. Manning Carter of Clewistonand -\ '-,

Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor visited Jones. A program of entertaininggames several other special musical )'

friends in Fort Lauderdale and was arranged by Mrs. E. M. features. A good fellowship even-

'Miami the first of the week. Cornette and prizes were won by ing of worship music and singing. OIL CORPORATION

----- Mrs. O. A. Jones and Mrs. J. G. Everyone ought to come to, churchat

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller ,are Niblack.A I least once a year. Let's go to
spending Christmas wtih relatives delightful refreshment courseof church on Christmas.B. Distributors
II in Mayport. ',' date pudding with whipped cream Y. P. U. will meet 'as usual
and coffee was served by the host- at G: 30. '
Miss Olive Laurenson is spend- ess to Mrs. Jones Mrs. H. R. W. M. S. Meets Tuesday .

ing the holidays with relatives in Hall, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mrs.E. The Woman's Missionary Societyof

Orlando. 4 ,C.' Mills, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, the First Baptist church will aJ
Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. Rob-
meet in regular business and pro-
Mrs. C. Ml: Peek Mrs. M. '
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen visited erson after
gram on Tuesday
f M. Prewitt, Mrs. R. 'C. Nowling
friends in Moore Haven Tuesday noon December 27, at 3:30. All,
evening. Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. I. M. Paf-
members of the church are automa-
, ..... ford, Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs. E. M. tically members of the society and
Mrs. C. Nelson and daughter have Cornette Mrs. Ben: Bolton, Mrs. J. are expected ,to be present. A cord-
G. Niblack Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs.J. .
returned from Mobile where they
! ,'.. ial invitation is extended to any
1 were called by the death of a niece H. Pressley Mrs. R. H. Knight lady in the community to attend
i f of Mrs. Nelson's.Mr. and Mrs. Post.
this meeting, which will .be held
,\ I The honoree was the recipient of
at the church.
and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and many lovely gifts.
I New Year's Eve Party
' children, Betty' Carol and, Bevoly,
were shopping in Fort Myers Tues- Remember the New Year's Eve

, day. r lffiIIllmllOO I I I I !! ll'llllm lfl li I ICI ffiIIIIOOmOO fil I IIII!ml h watch party on Saturday evening,
December 31, eight to midnight.

, Mrs. Florence A. W&ldron of Hen- = WITH THE Watch the old year out and the ..xCLEWISTON
'i new :year in by coming to the Houseof
dersonville N. C., arrived Tuesday
I ChurchesCLEWISTON :"" the Lord. A night of familyfun
to spend a weeks 'with her ,
I granddaughter Mrs. A. L. Hackett. and fellowship for everyone.
i r\ ( LI1IIi. ffiilrn.mmd Come and bring the whole family.Sit .
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; '! /, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley are Fl I I and sing and play together; en-
I, Christmas joy the company of God's peopleon
: leaving today to spend COMMUNITY
if: l with Mr., Shelley's mother Mrs. Z. CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL this festive occasion. REALTY AND

t ( H. Shelley in Cuthbert Ga. Christmas Morning, December 25:: ,

ii', 1938, at 9:45 o'clock.
t ; G. T. Augur left Thursday to join 1 9 0 91P > ,

I his family, who are spending the Prelude, "When Christ Was DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
l holidays in Jacksonville with rela- Born", Chorus. I

tives. Hymn, "Joy to the World," HymnNo. I II

,I 210, Congregation. II
I Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin ,Prayer. I
\ Carleton, Mrs. F. M. Wright and Class Period:

Nancy Wright were visitors Thurs- Anthem, "The Star and the f
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1 Reports, and Announce-
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail left.I ments, B., C. Flannigan. '

/ Thursday to spend the week-end in Christmas Message, Dr. F. C. Tay- A Merry Christmas Thu All jdii :
I Madison with Mrs. Nail's parents, lor. : to

I' Mr. and Mrs. A. .A. Munroe. Christmas Service- "The King's

\ Birthday and the King's Gifts", Sun-

Lee Johnson of Lansing, Michigan day: School Members;.' ... f .f.- z
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arrived today to spend the Heralds Owen, Bobby .. .
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) holidays with his sister, Mrs. A. R. Smith. W'I J' m l';'

Broadfoot and family. Mr. Broad-: Hymn, "The Bells of Christmas", t. . ,
foot mete Mr. Johnson, who made Chorus. '; -
the trip South by plane in West Unision Recitation. u -
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t, t Palm Beach. I Duet, "Away In A Manger", Nancy 'fj 1aJ ion'C6xOT m & ,_ i'
S { y Wright, Sally Graham. .c '
I F Miss Kathleen Lewis of Tampa Recitation! "The Birthday of A I '> oI .

1 arrived yesterday to spend the hol-I King", Anne Pafford. I I SAW THREE SHIPS COME SAILING I IN ON CHRISTMAS DAY IN TUE AAQRNIKG.. 1938
idays with her sister, Mrs. W. W. Recitations, Two Angels, Mau

I Perry and family. Billy Perry, who 1 reen Prewitt. Barbara Bruce.
has been visiting his aunt in Tampa Hymn, "It Came Upon a Mid-

: 1 since last Friday, returned with night Clear," Chorus.

t 1 her. Recitation A Student, Dick Patterson .: I ;..-,..---
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to spend the holidays with Mr. and Unision Recitation. / .; B., ,& B. CASH-. GROCERY, ,
Mrs. I. M. Pafford. The Pooles are Response, Marianne Jones. "

i : former residents of Clewiaton and Response, Dick Owen. : : ", ,,-"-. '" ,. (; '
1 Mr. Poole la now, business manager Hymn, "Gifts For The King", : III
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AUTHOR OF gotten more than he has ever


Courtship makes a man

ONE NIGHT'SYNOPSIS spoon, but marriage makes

I Work is the secret of success, t

says the millionaire. Yes, but

"To ready you "up for the cam kind that gets his feelings hurted if in by the van-load. Three trained you've got to get other people

era." i you don't baby him a little. Besides servants were imported to 'supplant to do it for you.

Kelsey Hare, young architect convalescing "Me? Camera?" he's scared." Glunk who promptly bit,one of them Have you heard of the absent-

from struggling a breakdown author, ,in meets a storm Martin on Holmes a lake, "Certainly. For the picture." Are you going to take that from and was banished to' the barn. minded gangster who held his

near Moldavia, N. Y. Caught In a ,downpour "What picture?" a girl?" taunted Moby Dickstein, Household arrangements were jug machine on his lap and

"Holmesholm., they seek" which shelter by at its Holmes'air ot estate decay "Virg Maiden Effort," replied whose strategical abilities were inconsiderable gled about, Marne being established fired his' secretary.

gives evidence of Its owner's financial embarrassment. the magnate impatiently. except as applied to in the best upstairs suite, as befitted
Kelsey suggests renting a "What have I got to do with it?" his boss. the star, with Gloria for neighbor,
room and settles down there. Finding "I haven't got the time. If there's and
Holmes studying a newspaper picture of a "I'm not going to take anything Kelsey banished to an end room
Park avenue debutante, Kelsey learns that anything you don't understand, ask I from anybody," answered Kelsey in favor of A. Leon- Snydacker who Lovely,Doilies Can Be
a story by Holmes has been rejected In a Moby. Darr-ling, could I have a I between his teeth, "except a train quietly pre-empted the entire west
$15,000 contest run by Purity Pictures, A. Crocheted in Jiffy
few minutes' talk with you? : a
Leon Snydacker. president for a novel suitable from the Lehigh Valley station. wing of the ground floor.
for in which the winner "Why, yes, Mr. Snydacker. What The
picturization. "Take a slide, Brainless," Gloria once sedate old mansion went
of a Mystery Beauty contest will star. Kelsey is it?
buys the manuscript from Holmes and "Not here. In private Do you adjured Moby. "Leave this lad to mad. Motor cars whirled in and out
rents his house One of the conditions of the me. Now, listen here, honey. Five and around at top speed. A hydro
deal is that Kelsey adopt Holmes' pen name mind?
hundred week plane, chartered for'quick commuting
per may mean no
After Holmes departs
"TempIetoD Sayles He, held the door _open for her
on a trip, a telegram arrives for Sayles more to you than sawdust in your fretted the placid waters of the
and after at Gloria
a quick glance
which Kelsey leaves unopened Glunk. odd cocktail, but it's a living'to a coupla lake. Camera men, with their aides,
man servant, places the debutante's picture who nodded urgently, she passed
on the mantel. The Park Avenue Van through the door, the great man in nice girls, like you, see before you." sub-executives, sound-men, and other
Straitens, at breakfast with their niece Marion "Five hundred a week!" ejaculated members, of ,the staff appeared
footsteps. Allowing an
are horrified to find her picture in the appropriate and
paper as one of ten remaining contestants interval, Gloria also left. Kelsey Kelsey. He knew nothing of were uncomfortably quartered
for the Purity Pictures award, and learn turned a baleful the Snydacker lavishness. in the village. The whole place was
that Liggett Morse, admirer, has entered eye "It'll be at least that for caught up into the mechanism of A.Leon's .
Marlon's picture on a bet She decides adventurously First Assistant to the President, who her.
to go through with the contest was exhibiting symptoms of uneasi (Moby Dickstein confirmed this with inexorable and frenetic en f
In the offices of A. Leon Snydacker, heir to ness. 'a nod, as Kelsey's' questioning ergy. ;
the Peckett's Persuasive Pills fortune Mar >
ion finds nine other beauties. She makes "I guess I got something to explain glance met his.) "And likely as not, The very property, itself, lost its

friends with Gloria Glamour, flip profession to you, Tempy, old boy." the same to you,if the camera gives identity. The legend "Holmesholm" :

Dickstein.al beauty Snydacker's contestant press They agent meet and Moby fac "Don't call me Tempy." you a break. I'm saying nothing over'the gateway was replaced by a Pattern 1715 ';

totum. Snydacker is overwhelmed with Mar "Now-now-now! Keep your ,shirt about myself except that we've got flamboyantly lettered inscription for ; .
ion's beauty and "class," to which he is extremely on," besought the other. seven starving children in our hum the enlightenment of the casual way, Don't be lacking doilies when,' ,
susceptible, and calls her "Darr- r
ling." Moby is referred to Holmes for information "All I want from you is to know ble cot, and my husband's fighting farer. you can make such lovely ones as ;,
on Sayles, Gloria takes the call. where I come in on this camera the d.t.'s. and I'm depending on this Purity Pictures Inc. Supercre-, these in little time in 4 strands ofl:
Hare is interrupted in his rewriting by two ational, All-Class Production; string. The three sizes lend them i ,1
callers, one of whom he recognizes as the
Maiden Effort Filmed selves to luncheon and buffet sets
pictured beauty in the paper. After they '''' '' now being i iI
leave, he takes the picture from the mantel, Here under the Personal Super I and to doilies. Pattern 1715 con .:
and uncovers the telegram, now"four days vision of tains directions for making doilies '}
apologizing for a "mistake. and demanding
Sayles' Immediate presence in New' A. LEON SNYDACKER, ; illustrations of them and of

York for a conference with Snydacker. When PRESIDENT.No stitches; materials required; photograph
Moby and the girls arrive on location, Kelsey
learns for the first time that the Holmes- Admittance Except by Pass of doily.
Sayles novel was the winner. He confides Meanwhile Moby Dickstein had Send 15 cents in coins for this '{

his predicament of the meeting to Moby with Snydacker's Sayles Is not anticipation made a flying trip to New York' to pattern to The Sewing Circle, .

shared by Kelsey. whom Moby advises to work his expert wiles upon the Needlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Ave

say "Yes" to everything, They meet at a press. The public was duly informed nue, New York, N. Y. :
Moldavia Inn and argue the title of the
"super-creational" picture! finally changing that Miss Marion Norman Please write your name, ad'r\ :
it from "Virgin Effort" to "Maiden Effort." Van Stratten, a brilliant young society dress and pattern number plainly. ,

debutante, had been adjudged

by the carefully selected and authoritative I J
Acquiring Beauty
CHAPTER Continued beauty-jury winner of
-8- Purity Pictures' Nation-Wide Photo Beauty depends more upon the.

graphic Contest. She would be movement of the face than upon
"Maybe he's one of these skizzy-
whatchecallems. You know; split starred in Mr. Templeton Sayles'glamorous ,the form of the features when at,

personalities." subtle, and daring prize- rest. Thus a countenance habitually
winning romance, "'MaidenEffort.." under the influence of amiable
* "Do you mind if I smoke?" in- Her leading man, new to the screen feelings, acquires a beauty of

quired Kelsey with a coolness which but notable in the loftiest circles of the highest order, from the frequency

did not wholly fail of its impression. Europe and America, would be announced with which such feelings

"Manners by Emily Post," com later.A are the originating causes of the

mented Gloria. separate effort of the Dickstein movement or expressions which

"He admits it, himself," added genius was devoted to a coyly suggestive stamp their character upon it.-

Marne, "in the character sketch." intimation of a budding romance Mrs. S. C. HaU.

"Don't you think something might between the lovely Miss Van

be done with him, maybe?" asked Stratten _and a leading figure in the

Gloria hopefully. motion picture industry. As Moby's .
"Well, I wouldn't go that far. He's finesse was that of a rhinoceros at a D ..

got a pretty keen appreciation of garden party, Gloria confiscated : U 1C.\\1 RELIEVED .

himself He'd have to be treated such copies of this effusion as would I 0.\1. DEMAND
for that." be likely to meet Marne's eye, and JyLg

"That'd be sweet, darr-ling," said "What of it!" cried the bewildered Kelsey. I cautioned the writer to confine any J
Kelsey. remarks upon the topic within the : JNature

Marne whirled on him. "No; not stuff. Has A. Leon gone completely job to keep our little"home together. limits of his own foolish face.

from you, thank you," said she in nutty Or what?" ." She could not confiscate A. Leon I

accents of unmistakable sincerity. "Why, you see, the fact is-I for "What of it?" cried the bewildered Snydacker, nor bind him to discre. Lives On ; ; <

"Come on, kid," said Gloria. "I'm got to mention it before, but the Kelsey." "Where do I come tion. His "darr-lings" became more Nature is often hidden, some- .

for the open spaces and a smoke. So Bwan-Mr. Snydacker has cast you in on this? fervid and frequent. Yet he seemed limes overcome, seldom extinguished. ;' I

glad you liked our little praiseoffering to play opposite Miss Van Strat "If you quit, A. Leon's liable to to make little progress with Marne. .-Lord Bacon. t '!gOUT -
throw the whole show into the dis-
ten. Management he perceived was -/
Mr. Sayles. See ,
you soon.
"To play what?" card. That's the way he does if he called for. He made a trip to New
They returned in the custody of don't get his own Am I right ;
Y rk. Before his return
"Leading man. Your own hero. a large
Moby Dickstein at the "
postponed or wrong, Moby? OF SORTS?
"Templeton Sayles?" queried the box arrived at Moldavia, addressed
end of an hour and a quarter. A. "Right. One hundred per cent."
Leon Snydacker did usurper of that name, in a daze. to Miss Van Stratten at Maiden Here Is Amazing Relief for
not believe in "Won't you do that little thing for
Effort Headquarters. Moby Dick Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowel
"No Shut for the luvva
no. ,
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ever keeping an appointment on home and country? pleaded Gloria. If you think all laiatlveamfid
time He considered that it cheap Mike," returned Moby Dickstein "Stay with it for 'a month." stein picked it up at the express ot lit J.'IIJllt-. J? pm'IJ; act.11 vell.Ubl.aUke. j\18t laxative.try th18 -;'.

ened him. He was a rejuvenated looking around in apprehension. "A month?" Do you think I'm 'fice, brought it out, and called ,.'."IIIJ--rJI SO thorough, re- <,. .1AZ3 ,
know all Marne into conference. He had received Invigorating. Dependable relief fromsiciclieadflchef V''
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"Maiden Featherston.
spirit when he called the conferenceto crazy? Or want to be?" bilious epeUs, tired feeling when {
order. Again the light of inspiration about women.' That guy." "What's a month? Thirty short certain instructions, upon associated with coxmlpatlon.Itct a 25c box of NR from your '\,I.l:4: ":
"He wants me to play the part of That'll chance to which he intended, if necessary, .to W.'thout KlSK druggist. Mato tho test-then "J ., .
glowed from within him. days. give us a If not delighted, return the box to us. Wo ViW t'I': ;
"I've Maiden Featherston? In the picture make a stake, anyway. And may improve. refund the purchase f1jt.. ..'
got announced "A That's fair I, :
more unique title than 'Virgin Ef ? be, she added encouragingly, Opened by unsuspecting recipient Get NB Tablets today .:':.;':

fort.' It'll have the same effect and "That's.it. Just give the old bean "you'll be such a flop that.A. Leon'll the parcel revealed a superb AlWAYSJiARRYpri J.f;
frock. QUICK RELIEF ..
and a chance. It'll take in the idea pretty can you before that. evening I ("'"
- connotements he '
brought "What's this for?" !
quick. "No! said Marne. "Do you thinkthat's
out triumphantly He expanded his "You." i \:
chest and "Why haven't you told me before possible
swept the gathering with "I haven't ordered clothes. : ,'
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a profound look. 'Maiden Effort,' "You didn't have to. The ,Big "
beauty girl. She turned her wist-
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fullest smile, which was no mean Fella sent it. : '!oo
And let the censors monkey with "Getting intelligent aren't you? "
hero. "You'll have to take them back. '
lure, upon the unwilling
that, if they want to "Now, wait-tah minute, begged Respect for Self h .
go up "Come on. Be a pal. It won't, hurt Moby devised a last-minute strat .
A. Leon Snydacker." the First Assistant, in the process A man should take care above 1'.
you, and it means a meal-ticket to egy. "Back where? They're on the
Universal acclaim followed. of being towed out into the hallway, all things to have a due respect ,
Moby us. Just four short weeks. After studio, these gladdies. ( I
Dickstein's was the loudest and having attached himself to Kelsey'smuscular for himself.-Pythagoras. I '
that, if you want to blow, blow. "You mean that the company
most prolonged, though possibly the elbow. From the thresh Seeing signs of wavering, she added pays for them?" : "
old he spied Miss Glamour. "Hey! ," !.
element of
surprise was not as in shrewd after-thought; "I'D keep "Why, sure. The company pays ,
Gloria! he shouted in lamentabletones.
strong in him as in the <
rest, since I her off your neck. for everything. That's the way this .
he had carefully turned down the "You'll have to use force," business is run." 1 .

page of his pocket lexicon, left for, Gloria addressed Kelsey. "Where warned Marne with an abandoned "Oh! well, that's different. But 'l

Bwana's consultation, so that the you hauling him to? The- repair glance. "I'm struggling right now what's the gown for? When do I '

corner of an M-page touched the shop?" with an irresistible impulse to cast wear it?" May Warn of Disordered : t,

word "maiden." The inspiration of "He's trying to quit-," vociferated myself on ,said'neck and languish "It's a ball-gown, ain't it?" Kidney Action .: I" t

genius had done the rest as Moby Moby._ there." "Yes. Such a lovely one!" (irregular Modern habits life with, improper!Its hurry eating and worry and, r

had trusted it to do. "Quit what? "Try and do it!" said Kelsey between "Then you wear it in _the ball drinking-its risk of exposure and infection
"Like to bet "The whole show". decided -throws heavy strain on the work >:
a thousand Mr. scene, Moby.TO
his teeth. To Gloria he said room of the kidneys. They are apt to become
Sayles?" inquired A. Leon. "Or "Crawfish!" Miss Glamour's gold quietly, "All right. I'm not running ( BE CONTINUED) over-taxed and fail to filter l excess acid :

I'll make it ten. A hundred's pin- en and contemptuous eyes appraised away this trip." and blood.other impurities from,the life-giving '" "t .
money to a man like me." the would-be fugitive. I "Shake, sport," said Gloria. Freaks of Lightning You may suffer nagging backache, J :.
"No, thank you," declined Kel Marne appeared at the head of I Lightning has traveled down a headache, dizziness getting feel up nights, "
leg pains, swelling- constantly ; .: :;
the stairs. "What's all the contention CHAPTER VI lode of ore and shocked miners tired, nervous, all worn out. Other signs .
sey."We'll take some experimental I about?" she inquired working at a depth of 1,000 feet; it of kidney or bladder disorder may be \ .
burning,scanty or too frequent urination. i
shots tomorrow at your estate, Mr. "He's running away." By processes which the benumbed has removed all the hair ,from a, Use Doan'a Pills. Coon's help the \ ,fI. l
Sayles "From what?" man him in kidneys to get rid of excess poisonous 'I ,
briskly announced the mogul mind of its lawful tenant failed adequately without injuring any body waste. They are antiseptic to the :: "I
now quite restored to his nor "Principally you" > to appraise, Holmesholm other way; and it has altered the urinary tract and tend to relieve,irritation \ :..

mal self-esteem. "Interiors. Ten a. "What! Not Templeton Sayles, our passed completely out of his control compass of a stern-struck ship. In ful people and the pain recommend it causes.Doan's.Many grate They t\ ;j ,

m., Miss Van Stratten, you'll be hero!" in the next fortnight Financial con this last case, says Collier's Weekly, I have had more than forty years of public ..,. .
ready? Not too early? 'Good! Mr. "There you go," growled the. vic siderations entered into the ,change, the vessel itself was also "reversed"by approval. As K your ncighborl

Sayles, I think your present costume tim. a preposterous weekly payment the storm and the wheelsman

will do. I'll have a make-up man "Better layoff," warned Gloria which yielded the recipient a hand steered back over his course for a I

at your place at nine-thirty." in a pretended aside. "You're ruf- some profit over the original rental. considerable distance before realiz-

"\Vht t for?" flint tha bird's feathers. He's tlu>, New furniture and eauinment came ine the error.

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, Rest is most,important factor TOPICS :

By HAROLD L.. UNUyUlS'l.. D. D. .
4 Dean of The Moody Bible Institute .in treatment of rheumatic A.,
.. of Chicago.
Western Newspaper Union. heart disease.

I Lesson for December 25 [ rt By I r. James W. Barton" HOOFS MADE EASY

.;i in the the
r s early days
,' Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected z :tea EVEN Device Permits Shaping of
'1 and copyrighted by Internationals 2.. r of tuberculosiswas
Councll of Religious Education used by X485 r
I' permission .x rest, fresh air, good food. Foot While on Ground.By ',

:i GOD'S GREAT LOVE At first fresh air and good .Jj
Dr. George E. Taylor Extension Dairy ::
t LESSON TEXT-Matthew 2112. food were believed to be the' man, New Jersey: College of i
Agriculture-WNU Service
I I GOLDEN TEXT-God so loved the world highest factors in the cure. It
.that he gave his only begotten Son. that Modern equipment and improved
whosoever belleveth In him should not perish is now known that rest, givingthe I I technique have greatly reduced 'the
but have everlasting Ufc. John 3:16. .
: lung a chance to heal by''I hazards and difficulties of hoof trim-'

Christmas Day on Sunday what rest (rest in bed) is the most I ming and proper care of the feet of "

''an appropriate combination! Today important part of the treat- dairy animals. _.",
: we commemorate the birth of our It has always been especially difficult "
Lord, the coming of our Redeemer men to trim the feet on older bulls. "
When the patient is cured animal of -;:1}
to dwell among men on the day pf Throwing an by means
the week which is a perpetual re- and leaves the institution he ropes is difficult and there is dan- ,

membrance of His resurrection has learned how to rest. In addi- ger of injuring the animal. There ,
r from the 'dead-the'Lord's Day. He tion, most institutions give home advice is a new device equipped' with long

'came as the babe of Bethlehem's in printed form handles which permit plenty of lev '..

manger in order that He might' in for the' patient to erage.

His death and resurrection from the ryF '. follow. The one The cutting edge is slightly curved "
grave prove His victory over sin point emphasized is and set at an angle that will permit .
t- and death. For those who know rest at certain defi- easy trimming and shaping the hoof

and love the true spirit of Christ- Each land has its own nite hours when pos- while the foot is resting on the
; mas, this should be.a. great day of Yulctidecustoms.Above H's ,', sible. Thus the pa- ground in a normal manner. Both :
1 rejoicing in Christ. tient is enabled to the sides as well as the toes can be
We have an unusual opportunityto at New 1'orfc's Rockefeller live almost as full a shaped as desired in a minimumof

study the birth of Jesus from a f Center, carolers life as if he had nev- time and effort. The animal

I text not commonly used for Christ- sing nightly before r er had an active tu- should be placed on level ground or

I r mas, namely, the coming of the Christmas. In the Italian berculosis. preferably on a cement floor in or-

Wise Men from the East to find and Alps, right, children Another disease, der that the hoof will contact the

I' to worship Him. It is suggestedthat pray before a wayside Dr. Barton old as history, is ground in a normal standing- posi-
their experiences may be .considered shrine. now being fought tion.

!; as showing the way to everywhere; this is rheumatismwith If the hoof is rolled or turned over

Jesus, who is the perfect revelation ; fVrtP4ij1d1174$ : / the many cases of heart disease on the sides or toes, it may be nec-
f of God's great love. We should!: which it causes.: essary to shape the bottom of the

r I. Look for His Sign (vv. 1-3). Drs. H. L. Bacal and R. R. Stru- hoof in addition. A sharp pair of (

While most of their fellow men thers in the Canadian Medical Asso- snippers and a blacksmith} knife may J
t'; saw nothing but an unusually bright ciation Journal tell of the organization be used for this purpose. It is comparatively -

.- star (if they even noted that much, of a rheumatism service at easy to pick up the front .
t in their hurried devotion to the in- the Children's Memorial hospital. feet for trimming but handling the '

terests everyday life), the men Montreal. "It is interesting that hind feet is more difficult. Cordingthe

of the East showed that they were y s.. nearly all. the systems of the, body hind leg just above the hock

wise by recognizing that here was may' be involved in rheumatism. with a small diameter rope will
the promised sign of Numbers 24:17. The respiratory (breathing) systemis make the task of picking up the hind.

Be sure to read that great prophecy. represented by tonsilitis, pneu feet much easier. When the rope is

When they told Herod, he, fearing monia and pleurisy; the joint sys tightly drawn the leg soon becomes

lest his own power and prominence tern by arthritis; the nervous system numb and much easier to handle.If .
should be'. challenged, became by St. VitUs dance (chorea;) the animal starts to fight when
'I'' troubled in his heart. the skin by fibrous lumps and red the cord is first placed around the

:, The parallel to our day is striking. iJ ness; the heart and blood vessels by leg, permit the animal to step

Everywhere in our lives, personal heart disease, nose bleed and pur around a few minutes before at-

." and national, are the unmistakable pie spots on skin. There are alsc tempting to raise the hoof from the

signs of the presence and power of x<,.rf/P Jroa hrti eye, stomach and intestinal symptoms ground.
Jesus. Most people heed them not due to rheumatism."

in their mad pursuit of gold and Often Affects Heart. -
Good Bench Is
pleasure. Others hate His name, Grading
I ; Rheumatic heart disease is the
I ,\ and would destroy His influence on most frequent and severe complication Aid to Poultry FarmerThe
., earth. Let us be among the wise '" {u.r of rheumatism. It is estimated

men who come today to seek and _..m..mm..m......_... _,_t. fc ..JfflRLv.f //iHra&l I V'T'x {' task the
Wi f .ijJ : a pleasant on poultry
, worship Him. Above, dressed in fancy '. :.'e' ; t1ihV, :r.4' the rheumatic patients finally de farm equipped with a grading bench,
II. Listen to God's Word (vv. 4-6). cos : '..' "V <. /" :. ... ....: .'1 ''''' velop some form of heart' diseaseAs scale and
The Wise Men knew that He was tumes, Polish children stage f; .if "' ,.. ; :fj'" ;f; X. *.....;:(..r with tuberculosis, rest is the big an. egg egg candler..
1, to come, but they needed further scenes from biblical lore and, ' -r'' light. They knew where to find it- sing religious songs, serenadingthe .:iQt.: : ".!4 ...)t.. :iif: :tjKFRitt. : heart cases. After the all-round candlers, but it is surprising how
ACr : ,.
I i in God's Word. How different homes ;::: {<: "' ; '" :;'Th't.:: few have grading benches. Without
own .
villagers. .7" 'X1\; .\. pja : s'"r:; !: treatment given during the stay in
: i I would be the history that is in the >>'....i. ,.' ,.. :;;.t"'?'r'v5i.h."i1." .":.:.t9".. ..,q.-.>, hospital the following instructions this important piece of equipment,
making in our day if instead of turn- regarding rest at home are given notes a writer in the Philadelphia

ing to the philosophies of men, or the patient's parents on leaving the Inquirer, egg' grading and packing ,
\ trusting in the might of armaments, rheumatic pavilion: is a back-breaking practice which is !

.. we would turn to God's Word and ; kLitA 1. Your child has been up one not conducive to efficient work. A,, J

let it lead us all to Christ the hour in the morning and one hour convenient and easily constructed

Saviour of the world, the Prince of in the afternoon. Increase half an bench can be made, however, at I
Peace.III. very little expense. I!
hour daily until up all day.
Seek the Saviour (vv. 7-9). 2. Insist on a rest in bed for two The table top should be six feet I jI
I1I i At tropical Cairo in Egypt,
26 inches wide and I
Different motives moved in the yJc'" sjrb hours every afternoon. I long, 25 inches
hearts of those who consulted the ; European visitors erect their 3. Bed at night never later than from the floor. The height will depend -

i j .> Scriptures on that far-off day in Christmas tree in the shadow eight o'clock. on the size of the person doing

(t'; Jerusalem. Herod, while hypocritically of the pyramids. Left: Stock 4. Guard against fatigue. the grading.Its II

t, : professing to want to worship, holm, Sweden, street decora- 5. Keep in bed during periods of height should be such that the
j I really was looking into it so that he tions. colds, fever or other illnesses, even I top of "an egg case' placed on the

b : might kill Jesus. There are hypoCrites _.._......u..mu __ if slight. .' table will be at the waistline of the )
f" who study God's Word in our operator.' A shelf 12 inches'wide and
day for the same purpose while os- 'u :' irl{ ; ,{ tt 4yr'krI4GA; ?14 Gall BladderDisturbances 24 inches above the top of the bench j

'' :' tensibly worshiping. The people of / y, f would be very handy for scales, fill-
Jerusalem had the curious bystander's '! li YF.4t ers, nails and other articles.
) interest in an unusual event. One of the popular remedies now
They have their counterpart in our used for constipation is paraffin oil

churches and communities on this -liquid petrolatum, mineral oil. Its Floor for Pig Pen

r'. Christmas Day of 1938. Then there Br 3S r.r1 v % Fy:3 R principal value is that it softens Plank floors of any kind are not
' were the chief, priests and scribes, the wastes from the food which, recommended for piggeries due to

who had a purely professional interest w t after having passed through the the fact that it is difficult to keep
in finding what the Scriptures 4a small intestine, has had most of such floors in a sanitary condition.
taught concerning this' promisedOne. the liquid removed from it. The I The best flooring material for pig-

There are plenty of that kind 1446 iimi paraffin, by mixing with these dry geries is concrete, though a sleepingbed
of religious leaders and workers to- wastes, softens or lubricates themso in one corner of the pen is
that 'the large bowel can squeeze usually covered with planks as such
day.None them downward and out of the body. I
of these actually the a bed is warmer than a concrete
sought %'
id 4 q.N;" k K' As the paraffin puts nothing into
Saviour except the Wise Men. Thank surface for the pigs to lie on, ad-
: the body and removes nothing of vises an authority in the Montreal
God for the thousands of
j men, women ;c i value from the tissues, it is cons'idered -
o and children who will today seek .- /: !'L; ;l.w Herald. Birch or other hard wood
the Christ who is the a "harmless" method, of aid- planks would be satisfactory for use
very reason ing the removal of wastes from the
?h.G i x,{: :> for sleeping beds on concrete
for the observance of Christmas, -.,-. .aX' i..... s. rs." b !u+,. g iX% pro-
i large bowel. The usual dose is one vided they are kept dry, but if allowed -
I. I but who has been all but lost in the
nonsense and commercialism that Few ceremonies are more colorful than those, of Rumania, where to two tablespoonfuls.' to get wet pine, cedar or
k } E,-, Another use for paraffin or mineral other lumber from coniferous trees
: t have practically ruined" Christmas villagers portray the three wise men, shepherds and an angel. oil has now been discovered would be better.
. '. \ as a sacred "holy day.
; .. ..... .....,. which may prove very helpful to
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Worship .(vv. 10-12). ""N.N."N Ln."Z>.z';;!$ ) $ fA eo: : >vI """"" sufferers with liver and gall bladder -
) in
, I .. ..r These faithful seekers found Him, disturbances*. Slips Caponizing
'' I and in Him they found joy (v. 10)., 4 The "Paraffin Thrust." Caponizing is usually accom-

: i worship (v. 11), opportunity for sacrifice An abstract in the Yearbook of plished by the use of a fine wire
L of self and gifts (v. 11), and Therapeutics tells of the snare or forceps, of which there area
: f fellowship with God in the great number of types, including one
used by Dr. I. Boas who
I i work of redemption (v. 12). God prescribes two to three using an electric current. The op-
: to them them tablespoonfuls eration itself is one requiring
I spoke gave a person petrolatum three times prac-
- 1 al and secret commission which 01 a day. tice and skill to avoid the produc-
To give the oil "nice taste"
a he
I' I 1 thwarted the wicked plans of Herod. tion of "slips," or incomplete removals -
adds 20 to 30 drops of oil of
.' '. Christmas may mean all of that of the organs and the conse-
mint to a pint of the oil. The effectof
to each one of us if we let the Lord< quent failure to secure the wanted
the is
paraffin to give from fourto
; Jesus come into our lives in all the six abundant results in the growth and characterof
finally liquid, bow-
beauty of His redeeming love and the bird. A certain percentageof
el movements : day without
holiness. To you who read these irritation of As this is any slips is to be expected even at
spasms. heavy
lines the writer the hands of skilled operators and
just now, makes
dosage of oil, Dr. Boas calls it a
this plea in the name of Christ-let "thrust" which the losses thus suffered must be
I) Hun.have ,your I life 'and.transform it or drive at the liver means and a hard gall blad-push charged to production costs. The
J by His grace and for His glory. I operation is best learned by watching -
der. The patient is advised to re-
,. Only blessed thus Christmas.can you have a joyful and I At Tromso, Norway, most northern part of Europe boasting a ; main in bed for the day. a a good dead operator bird. and practicingupon

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