The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1939
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
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System ID: UF00028415:00760
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VOLUME 18OIDmER- 48 CLEWISTON, ; ', -"-' ,

Gets Contract' For First Aid Courses To RED CROSS 'ROLL II I LOCAL TOWN TEAM

: Start Monday NightClasses I \

New Post-Office Building in first aid under the

", '';:0'r" -: auspices of the American Red Cross HERE TOMORROW' 12-6 ON SUNDAYA

.X" : will begin Monday in Clewiston and
;,, =j./' TO BE LOCATED ADJACENT Switchman Loses HandIn
LaBelle and as soon as handbooksare fast football game mixed with
GROCERY Charles E. Miner chairman of
: ;;, third one will be 1 plenty of good clean fun was enjoyed -
:: : ON BOND STREET received a the Red Cross roll call for the 1

: ',.;;> : ,Railroad Accident started in Moore Haven, it was I I Clewiston chapter stated this week by a large crowd here. Sunday

L' .", The Post-office Department announced ,- announced by G. M. Ford of the that the soliciting of memberships afternoon when the Clewiston and

:(, ; yesterday the approval 01( to this great humanitarian organization I LaBelle town teams locked horns
:: ; A. R.. Palen, a switchman on U. S. Engineers who is now con- I on the school gridiron, Clewiston
f.r i... the bid of Royal Lumber Company ; would begin tomorrow, No-
building the trains of, the United States ducting such a class at Ortona. winning by a score of 12-6 with
for the erection of a new vember 11 and will continue until
Sugar Corporation, was operatedupon Sandy Bell, Clewiston's right half
which will be leased by the department The classes are standard twenty everyone in the Clewiston area
. on Thursday night of last for both local touch-'
carrying over
: A : for new Clewiston postofficequarters. hour courses and will probably be has been given an opportunity to
week at the Clewiston Hospital by Morrison LaBelle's
downs and Matty ,
; t. week for two give their dollar for membershipdues.
. located Drs. Higgins and Schiffli for the held twice I, principal and coach making a spec-
The new building will amputation of four fingers of his hours each night at the school tacular run the full length of the
adjacent to the Royal store building mangled Last year Clewiston stood twentieth I
,. right hand which were badly house in the respective towns. field for a score after receiving a
Bond Street in lot 20 of block accident 7:45 that among the various chaptersof I
', on in an about B. C. Flaniken and W. M. Brad- Clewiston kickoff.A .
361, just across the street from thumb and the state and while this showing ;I
the a por-
night. Only of the Clew- '
It nack will be in charge Miner' play' by play coverage of the
building. Mr.
the present postoffice was remarkably
of the hand vrers
tion of the palm
classes and Buford L. Hackett shows that
iston A.
; foot front- 'I game by
will have a twenty-five says he is not satisfied and this
saved. Jack Lewis will conduct the Clewistonwas
LaBelle kicked off and
and will be that the will be
on Bond Street year hopes chapter
almost Mr. Palen, with the corporation LaBelle classes.LIGHTED I stopped on their 25. Held for t
," seventy-five feet deep, giving very close to the top.
for three seasons and regarded as I no gain Clewiston kicked to the
", I"v', three times the floor space .best workmen In his de- I Mrs. R! Patterson I chairman
.' one of the I LaBelle 10 and after two LaBelle
, of the present quarters. Yell in unexplainable of the local Red Cross chapter is ,
r partment, some plays Williams intercepted a pass
It will be concrete block and, mann 'r from the tender of a FOOTBALL preparing a financial statement for 1 to give Clewiston the ball on the

construction with a plastered the year and will probably publish
stucco locomotive which had eight cars I LaBelle 25. The quarter ended with
interior and hardwood floors and, he struck the rail he ; this in next week's issue of the
in tow. As FIELD TO BE USED I Clewiston in possession of the ball

;.r, ,t will cost approximately $6,000. The pushed himself backward and thus I News. It is planned also to publishthe on the LaBelle 20. On the third

' contract also covers all furnishingsfor life but the hand on the names of members in this year's
saved his attempt In the second quarter Bell I
the office, with the exception :the wheels of the roll call.Mrs. .
struck by TONITE
rail was FIRST TIME carried over for the score and a
of to\es. The same key boxes will next car.
pass conversion was incomplete
be used from the present office and
" '' : He had recovered sufficiently to Owens Opens making the score 6-0, Clewiston.

.' : ', new boxes will combination be added boxes.to replacethe I leave the hospital. yesterday. The installation floodlights at !I Morrison received the Clewiston

present the Clewiston football gridiron was I Exclusive Ladies' Shop kick-off deep in his own territoryand

:,f :. All service windows will twelve-be ar- Drill Barge Sinks completed this week and the Tigers I ran the full length of the field
in the front a
ranged will play their first game here through the entire Clewiston team

foot lobby across the front of the In Levee CanalThe under lights tonight against the I A new business' establishment for a touchdown and the pass con

_ building and a five-foot alley down strong Boca Grande Tarpons. opened in Clewiston this week by version was incomplete. The remainder -

the side to permit access to boxes Practice sessions have been held :I,Mrs. Ruth B. Owen: formerly of of the first half was a.nip and

which will be arranged similarly Okeechobee, who has, opened The I
under the lights
a couple of nights tuck battle with neither\ side making -
"Plow Boy"
to that now used. Screen line par- I drill ,barge and it is said that they function Toggery Shop in the Hopkins Build- I much headway. :

titioning will be used from the top leased by the U. S. Engineers to satisfactorily with very few Ing sharing the location with Turner's I v
in the levee enlarge- very In the third quarter Clewiston
drill rock '
of boxes to the ceiling. i
'j of the tiers shadows thrown on the field. Four Beauty Shop. ,
the east shore of kicked off and LaBelle was forcedto
ment program on
,Counters will be all factory-built been erected on each The new shop, as the name indi-
'N have
the lake was, sunk last Sunday poles I kick out. Miller made a first
metal. carries
of bronze-finished side of the gridiron and on each, of cates, a, line of girls' and '
o'clock intercepted
morning about five duringa down but a Clewiston pass was -
.:, The alley which is now opened the poles is mounted two reflectors, I ladies' ready-to-wear, lingerie and
, severe wind storm. The barge had to give LaBelle the ball.A .
of Royal's Store accessories. Some of the best known 'I
f. ',, only to the rear each'ith a 1500-watt bulb.
Oliver intercepted
just moved into position and start- ( few seconds later -
: : will be opened according to city In addition to the lights new brands have been purchased by
ed drilling and sank in the levee I I a LaBelle pass and carried
',: plat to the center of the block, stands have been erected to seat Mrs. Owen including Shirley Temple fum-
canal., to: the LaBelle 25. Clewiston
I southward to the back of lots .facing dresses for small fry, Teen-Miss
a : 200 people. Everyone Is expected I J..9ut.Q! ..
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bled.and .Morrison' i.c <
'v. The Engineers registered a 56- << : < *
'for the- school Jean
dresses girl
and then swing I -
.J.J:1\\', Ventura Street to-pay' admission to the games but ; ;
joundsln mid-field. Bell and Stone
: nile gale
to Bond Street. Off who Castle dresses and Parker Wilder I
jI back westward to protect 'those who do and
first downs to put
this alley. in the rear of the pffice then, for several days the wind has I I wear their tickets wire has been I suits for adults, handknit sweaters, I the made ball successive the LaBelle 5 as the
will be an unloading and parking been so'' high as to ''retard salvage being I placed around the stands so that Claussen hose, Goldette lingerie, I quarter ended and Bell carried o..erI
operations. Attempts are : Maidenform brassiere and Huggiesa
space 25x38 feet. only those who have paid will be
for the second Clewiston score on
made to raise her and the extentof
The contract calls for completionof allowed to sit'' in the stands. new type' pajama., I the first play of the final quarter.
will not be known
the damage attractive line
The shop has an .
the building in time for occur Coach Dick Turk announces Placement conversion was blocked.
until this is lone. There was tonight's of bags, and will add a gift line of
pancy by the post-office by March following tentative line-up for LaBelle made two first downs in
; about ten feet of water where the
handkerchiefs and other small items
" ,: :<> 1. Royal's have announced that game: J. B. Brantley, LE; the final quarter but were unable to

::. :;". bids for the construction will be barge went down. Jim"Davis, C; Sam Lang, RE; Mun- and accessories for the holiday come: near scoring.

asked and actual building opera- The General, Arundel's big suction selle Stone, LH; J. D. Hooker, RH; trade.
into I Only three penalties were assessed -
moved place on
,,: '' about December dredge' tailback. I
tions should begin Bud Vaughn
', '.;' 1. Wednesday to begin .work on this Bill Davis has been lost for the I Embry Gets Two Years I ;Belle, all and for off-side one against, two against Clewiston.La-

enlargement program.
,! of the season at center be- I
Bids were asked for new quarters rest LaBelle made four first downs and

r;',. ,.;v.. by the postal lease inspector soon cause of a streptococcus knee and In, Cow Shooting Case i Clewiston six.Officiating.

.: "r" after the Clewiston office was made First Cool Spell Felix Slonaker quit school recently McGowan of

'( office the first of weakening the team to some extent. .... were:
,;" F. a second-class
" : 47 Low the Tigers are out to R. R. Embry of Clewiston, ad- I Fort Myers, referee; Ed Clark. um-
:\: f July and only two bids were sub- Shows ,Degree However I pire, L. C. Rosenberg, head lines-
at W.
have their defeat last Friday mitted to Circuit Judge George
' .;, /t;.';; milled. The present quarters "'; avenge chainmen Ed Von Mach and
i: for several the hands of Pompano and are expected I Whitehurst in LaBelle Wednesday man;
_; k1Y. been inadequate years
I water-
M. W. Bigg,
' or.. and the increased business this :year 47 degrees was'recorded as the to play one of the best gamesof that he shot a cow from the high- Charles Benson; and Leroy

minimum temperature in the J. B. Hendry, La- boy with Art Lawrence
made it imperative that larger quarters lowest L the :rear.Handbills. way belonging to E. Von
':< I assistants and M.
I Y. be provided. cool spell over the week-end for have been circulated Belle cattleman, and was sentenced Fare as

r Clewiston other properties of and it the state I Mach was cheerleader.The .
i and announcing the night game to spend; two years in pen-

"jo ;: :."I,{-.' the; U. S. Sugar Corporation. This is believed that one of the largest itentiary at Raiford. line-up for Clewiston was:

; ;,i:1.;: '. Tigers Defeated FridayBy temperature was, recorded at Bear I' crowds in the history of any sport- I Embry said that he shot the cow Williams, LE; Waldron, C; Miller,

' ,.... Beach, the lowest temperature for ing event in Clewiston will be on "just 'for the fun of it" but it was RE; Bell, LH; Stone, RH; Turk,

\4: Pompano Team Clewiston being 52 degrees. hand. evident' that Judge Whitehurst could QB. Substitutions were Winn for

: : I 51 degrees Monday morning was not appreciate the joke. The ani- I Turk, Oliver for Waldron, Turk for

'. i ",t the; lowest reading in the Eastern Has mal was not killed.N. Miller, Ward for Miller, Winn for

,':",s4 p.; ,&< : A badly crippled Clewiston Tiger Division. Kiwanis Club B., Spires, also of Clewiston, I Williams, Williams for Winn, Miller
&" team played a return game last Fri- i
> and
' 1f.: t was with Embry when the shooting for Ward, Lynn for Williams
;: day afternoon with the Pompano Interesting Program
;'ti 'J' ;' New Barber Employed occurred and is at liberty under a Ehney for Turk.
r" Beanpickers in Pompano and were
; {
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I $500 bond. LaBelle's line-up was O'Bannon,
:1 overpowered by the East Coast

,.J1\ ;r;.;'';' team which won by a score of 26-0. At Shorty's Barber ShopT. Dr. J. W. Ezelle, program chair- LE; Hull, C; Hall, RE; Allen, RH;
; I SOCIETY ELECTS LH Morrison, QB. Their
ALTAR McDaniel,
Kiwanis Club,
for the sprang
: .\: The Tigers offered no great scoring man
4r-"f.r ;' ;" threat during the afternoon and something new at the weekly meet- MRS. BOURNE PRESIDENTThe I. only substitution was Harrison for

" t ,, were outplayed in every department C. "Shorty" Musgrave, pro- ing of that organization, when he O'Bannon.
prietor of Shorty's Barber Shop has members to tell Altar Society of St. Margar-
to obsen'ors.t. called upon several
;A( of the game,
/:4' } Seeing a loss Coach Turk sent In announced that G. M. Phillips of how they would run the business of et's Church met at the home of Fire Does DamageAt

k ,: for Moore, Haven has been employed in others of the members. The result Mrs. W. D. King Wednesday after-
his a
. man on
-A"i.f;; every
'''-'J< ct'; ; of the game and playing of that shop. was plenty of fun but it also caus- I noon. Mrs B. A. Bourne was elect- Oglesbv Home
Mr. Phillips is known as a splen- ed considerable serious discussionand ed as president for the ensuing year
is reason
the seen as
,: reserves
; fj : &:, did barber and has many friendsin result in many future succeeding Mrs. G. A. Yon.
.'1 for the onesided score. may
:: i iJ Clewiston whose work he has often programs along this line with speakers I Following the election of a I I Clewiston's volunteer fire depart-

..t:,} ;:, RICHARD KNIGHT INJURED done in Moore Haven. I given an opportunity to really president, there was discussion and I ment answered its first local call

.,::.i'- ', ,' talk. plans made for a benefit bridgeto the home of H. J.
'''' '' ; prepare a Friday night at

i?:; 'P.:,'.tr Richard Knight, eight-year old Harlem Academy To Among those heard were Tom be given November 21st at the I Oglesby but Mr. Oglesby: had suc-

,, who told how he would Catholic rectory.
, : < eon son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Shelley extinguishing the flames

.;,-}:. :..:'.: Knight, sustained a severe scalp Have Program FridayHarlem run Dick Hall's laundry business; Mrs. King served hot Bourne chocolateand Mrs.' ceeded In arrival of the truck.

:{:I\\ laceration in an accident while at A. W. Sias, who gave his ideas on cookies to Mrs. before the

' tx" Play on the school grounds during how the lumber yard should be run George Yon of South Bay, Miss A lighted cigarette is believed to
,: .... the noon hour Tuesday. Richard Academy invites you by Ralph Bishop; Miss :Marion I Eleanor Flynn, Mrs. Neilson, Mrs. have been dropped into some cloth-

, l'";"ly f-" was attempting to run around a Friday night, November 17, to at- Leydig who gave Gideon Brown H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, ing in the clothes closet of a roomer -
Sr.. Mrs. J. F.
. "-2: i'i! Fee-raw, just as a child jumped off tend the closing of the Recreational some pointers on how to run his Mrs. W.Mrs.P. Vaughn Zerney, Meredith, Mrs. at the home which started the

: ;; :;,1:' the other end and the board came Institute in Marionette show and grocery; Ralph Bishop who told Tippey,

't k1l? r..: down with force on top of his head. dramatic presentations." Tom Shelley exactly how a tractor H. A. Bestor, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, fire around midnight. There was a

4 ._- He is recovering nicely. Marionette shows, Snow White business should fro con lvcted: Jim Mrs. E. H. Holstine, Mrs. M. E. delay in getting a telephone call

:. : Seven Dwarfs, Epaminondas I Beardslcy who his ideas of Von Mach and Mrs. P. C. Tarleton. the rear
",..V,.t':"': and the gave I I ,through; to the city hall, in
'[-.1:*; ,.,' BEST R, HOME ADDITION ;fashion reviews, and dance fea- I how to manage' an engineering office 1 COTTAGE of which the fire truck is kept, anda

M ,"-- tures. Dramatic sketch "Scandal". and Dr. Ezelle wound up the BUILDING neighbor volunteered to go after

. (. ,;j;('. J. F. Tippey has under construction These Recreation classes have discussion by telling Mr. Sias howa has under the: truck. He was unfamiliar with

-':" ': :: i. an additional bedroom on the been held under the auspices' of the post-office should be handled. construction G. E. Etherton Just west now of the Su- the: location and several minutes

':':.,. '; home of :Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bes- statewide Recreation Department, This "seeing ourselves as others I Station another elapsed before he had awakenedJ.

tor. Considerable work' has also Florida Works Progress Administration. see us" type of program has been I garland Service Weaver and an alarm had
to the
been done in repairs to another Mrs. Daisy Dimetry, drama conducted! bv other clubs and has tourist camp cottage sounded.

t.1"N : portion of the home., The work is specialist is in charge' proved most helpful! and It Is considered I three constructed during tho sum' been The fire did little damage except '
The new cottage la now: sear.lug I
now completed except for some Admission, Adults 15c; children prolable: that more such mer. clothing in the closet. ':
V ta .
plastering and roofing. 10 c. : programs will be held, completion. .....";
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Delirium of 1918's Armistice I I

UNDAY g the HOUSE .' JI ,to the Housewife

Remembered in Gloom of 1939 cHooilLesson : .' :.tW

Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof Peeling: Squash.-Squash may with it, then hold a warm iron I
Chicago be easily peeled if it is first put over it. The spot will soon be
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
into the oven and thoroughly absorbed.
warmed. *
Lesson for November 12 For Ink Stains.-Immerse an

aI Variety in Fruits.-If your fam- ink-stained handkerchief in milk

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- ily likes: variety, serve stewed immediately after it has been
lected and copyrighted by International prunes, apricots, fresh berries stained allow it
Council of Religious Education: used by ap- to soak and the
permission. plesauce, ,fruit ''juices and fresh II ink will disappear.
,fruits. A whole week can\be cov- *
PUTTING GOD'S KINGDOM ered-without repetition. ,', Removing: Scorch.-To remove '
FIRST scorch from linen place betweentwo

Removing: Candle Gre 'se.-To dampened Turkish towels and

c.r LESSON TEXT-Matthew 61934. remove candle grease from black press with a hot iron. The scorch
GOLDEN TEXT-But seek ye first the suede shoes, take a piece of brown stains will go into the, towel and
Matthew kingdom of 6:33.God. and his righteousness.- paper, cover the candle grease can be easily washed out.NIGHT .

Most men are rushing about ma'd- -
ly. Worry presses them down. Climb to theAtticBrought.Possibilities

.r They wonder whether life is worth- COUGHS

while, whether somewhere there is
not relief from this nervous tension
that is destroying mind and body. By RUTH WYETH SPEARS DUE COLDS S

Well, there is relief and it consistsof ,THE- bride came ,home, but not TO
but one ingredient. Give God His 'weep' on Mother's shoulder.
proper place, the first place in your "There are too manY.bare spots in Need More Than "Salve" To
life, and "all these things" (Matt. our house," she said; "and I wantto Quickly Relieve DISTRESS!

: 6:33): will take their rightful places. rummage in your attic." "You Before you go to bed rub your throat,
Seeking first the kingdom of God are welcome," replied Mother, chest and back with warming, soothing
will settle problem about Musterole. You get such QUICK relief
every "but will find
you no antiques- because Musterole Is :MORE than "justa
money, about food and clothing, and "
L nothing there but junk. salve. It's a marvelous stimulating
about the future.I. A golden oak dresser; a fish "counter-irritant"which helps breakup
Money (vv. 19-24). bowl; an old portier; a chromoin local congestion and pain due to colds.
Its soothing ease breathing.Used
., ... ,,., vapors
L-.1 uOlXt L j M L *fr 11 ii.-K-.rji y ywf -&tir'Hua :aw'3uaP .wwa.a' c n1Pawa.wwaow aw.
The word in our text is "treas by millions for over 30 years! 3
There's irony in this year's observance of Armistice day, the zero ures, and we know that it has a c ,. -. CORNER Extra Strong, 40b.(* Hospital Size, $3.00.
hour in 1918 when World war No. 1 ended. For the, world is again at broader meaning than money, but I '

war, most of it hoping another armistice will come soon. In 1918 the since in our day men seem to trans- I o
late all values into dollars, we feel
end of hostilities brought delirium everywhere. At New York soldiers, free to use that word "money" to

sailors and their girls joined the celebration. Patriotism, at a Twentieth express our ,thoughts.The PICTURE

century peak, shouted from every rooftop. treasure is something that -Hoou

one has placed somewhere in orderto CASING FOR
keep it fo.r himself. It is not a _: _' CURTAIN ROD
Seek VirtuesIt
oe ea thing gathered for the purpose of
r =1 BRAID is a much shallower and more
using it to serve others or to serve
ignoble thing to detect faults thanto
God, but something put away on the 'FRINGE
shelf to be kept for one's own en- discern virtues.-Carlyle.
joyment. SIDE

There are two places in which a
man can lay up treasure, on earthor in a wide gold frame; and an old

A in heaven; but it is only as he piano stool; were carted away.
/ k eoi v hoards treasure on earth that he Varnish remover and plain

becomes selfish. That which he drawer pulls transformed the 9
sends on to heaven by his devotionof dresser into a good-looking chest o e
of'drawers. A glazier put a mir- 1 1
A.C life and in service to Christ by
z his sacrificial giving to the cause of ror in the oval gold frame. Thoseare

Christ, by his encouragement of dusky pink branches in the

those who are witnessing for Christ, fish-bowl-Iovely against the rose-

all this is done for the glory of God red brocade hanging.. The dia- As We Think

y 44 r U t\ and without hope of reward. How gram shows how the hanging was There's nothing either good or
great will be the surprise of some made from, a part of the portier. bad, but thinking makes it so.-
when they come to heaven and find The edges were finished with dull Shakespeare.
what they have thus laid up for gold colored braid and fringe; andit
eternity. hung with matching cord, tassels -
and curtain rod.
an ordinary
Laying up treasures on this earth, B 2
What became of the stool and the
on the other hand, leads to covet-
I ,Above: Fifth avenue in e ;York teas :sea of humanity as Man' ousness, to enslavement to one's mirror will be told next week.

hattan turned out to celebrate, the news. possessions (be they great or =OUR'CapBrush"Applic=
small), and to'the evils that follow NOTE: Readers'who are now malces-BUCKUAFO-ii tor

% ,? ", r .a itl3.. oIT4 like a train in the wake of a love using Sewing Books No. 1, 2 and 3 JUST A GO MUCH FARTHER
of money.II. will be happy to learn that No. 4

Food and Clothing (w. 25-32). is ,ready for mailing; as well as

Some who have no great desire to the 10 cent editions of No. 12 and

amass riches are nevertheless in 3. Mrs. Spears has just made

constant anxiety about food and quilt block patterns for three designs ,utF
raiment for the morrow; in fact, it selected from her favorite GOOArDe DRUGSTORES

is true of some who have great Early American quilts. You may
riches that they live in fear lest with LARGF d .
have these patterns BOTTLE #
next month or next year or ten t..dti fY..u.a
your order for four books. Priceof 'a
years from now they may be in stso
need. books-10 cents each postpaid.Set R 1ti

of three quilt block patterns (
What is the answer of the Lord
without,books-10 Send .orders -
Jesus? Consider the birds. Theyare
4 not able to work nor are they to. Mrs. Spears, Drawer, 10,

x able to pray, but God feeds them. Bedford Hills, New York.
Consider the glory of the flowers of

41 the fields, for not even a king can I
5Yr' 5 dress himself in such beauty. "Are
f ye not much better than they?" (v. .

-: 26).
.": / Lk' 'As far as known, no bird ever
...", Left: They danced in
1 tried to build more nests than its
i New York's streets.
7 neighbors; no' fox ever fretted be-
I Above A soldier read
; : cause it had only one hole in whichto
ka i2 the terms of armistice.
/ / r hide; no squirrel ever died of
n 'r anxiety lest he should not lay up Yl
enough nuts for two winters insteadof 1 ;
one; and no dog ever lost any i
sleep over the fact that he did not t' r iI I

have enough bones laid aside for Ii
his declining years" (Public Health 5. 1?lI' I

Service Proper). forethought is good and '2i? I I ( At I z ;

right for we are intelligent beings,
; but anxiety about our daily needs 1 -5".
,is,, always dishonoring to God. tL ( -

III. The Future (vv. 33, 34).

The word spread sWift-I; across a land which ready because Why'will we fret ourselves about
was '
the future? It, is in God's hands, ( $
i peace had been hinted several days. One correspondent actually 'S s
and even if it were in our hands,
"jumped the gun" with, the announcement. what could we do about it? Even FY
............ ,_-=-w/p_____._..._..?wJ ___ ._u.. tomorrow, with its needs and its \j l
blessings, with its joy and its sor- I
rows, is not yet here, and when it "<.1

y: does come, there will be God's gra- Don't let winter catch you unpreparedIf
cious provision for each passing
I i S : g 1q SS Yv V3'* Unsaved friend, will you not take you,want a winter oil that will flow:freely at
the Lord Jesus Christ just now as low temperature, yet be sturdy, enough to stand

'.. your personal Saviour and let Him up under hard driving if you want an oil of .
solve the problems of your life as exceptional purity, to give your car the safest

- you put the kingdom of God first?\ possible protection against sludge, carbon and i
R 1p Christian 'friend, if you too have corrosion then drive your car around to your ,
been bearing burdens which are not
nearest Quaker State dealer and
honoring to God, will you not tell]
Him'just now, and put them downat

.....- ,,-----, the feet of the Lord Jesus? change now to Acid-Free I Retailprire

Paris turned out to fete Americans and hang the effigy of ex-Kaiser "Casting all your care upon him; Quaker State Motor Oil! 3S aquart ,
Wilhelm. for he careth for you" (I Pet. 5:7),
1939, America is resolved
never to enter Europe's qUarrel
which might properly translated,
''like again.1918's.Yet, with Europe, .it hopes and prays for another Armistice da' "Casting all your worries (or distractions Quaker, State Oil Refining Corp., Oil City, Pa."I

) on Him, for He worrieth I
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ASK MEA Quiz With Answers':
Household News
Offering Informationon -. '. .

' .... TOPICSDEATH. J I L ANOTH E:!; R a r Various: SubjectsThe ,_

Questions The Answers -

1. What is-the difference between I 1. A contest_ is. any battle' for

RATIO. a contest and a tournament? supremacy; a tournament;' usually,

2. Why did George Eliot, the refers to some test of athletrcs'-or .',
HIGH ON FARMS card skill. _
English novelist and poet, not live '
2. George Eliot was a-woman..
to be an old man?
3. Two-one to mountain time
3. :How many'time changes from ,
AccldentalFatalities0utnum- Chicago to San Francisco? and one to. Pacific time. ... :
4. A U. S. coin
not minted since .
: ber Industrial Fields. 4. What is a trade dollar? 1885, made for trade in the Orient.'-

5. For 'what do the following 5. Ad libitum, at pleasure; "- -x-.':" .
abbreviations stand: Ad lib.; e.g.; empli gratia for id .
;rs By S. H. McCRORY< example; est,
i.e.; viz.? that is; videlicet, namely.
Farming may not seem a hazardous 6. Would you call a person liv- 6. "Roman" generally implies
: but accident studies
occupation, ing in Rome a Roman or an Ital- the early Roman'empire. "Italian"
, of farms and other occupational I
< '
: '. .......... ian? is used. .
<:; groups reveal a higher ratio of ac-
',' \4.l: .: deaths on the farm than i

, ', .. -, elsewhere. In a recent year, fatal % N 4/-- r Jar ao ?yNj ./ Tot Will Enjoy Her THIN WOMEN !
;',:,7; : accidents in agriculture numbered
. f'. < 4,500 compared with 2,300 in manufacturing Three-Piece Knit Suit LOOK TOO OLD \

;"'l 7 and 2,800 in construction Women needing the Vitamin B Complex -
;;j..:"' activities. and Iron of Vinol to stimulate appetite
tfi'li will see what difference
a a few ,
,." :' United States department of ag, lovely pounds make in filling out those :
: riculture studies of farm accidents hollows and skinny limbs. Get pleasant :
.... tasting: Vlnol at your drug store, or write
show one reason they are more se- Vinol Co., 94 S. Wabashat St. Paul, Minn. I
',' rious is that the victim is likely to a'r ? : :
be working alone. A factory worker ;,3

caught in a lathe usually' has a Useless Wisdom
fellow workman nearby who can I If wisdom were offered me on '

cut off the power. But a farmer condition that I should keep it

caught in a power take-off of a trac- close and not communicate it, I
tor attacked bull kicked J. would refuse the gift.-Seneca.
by a or I
by a horse, is likely to be alone. i
Farm machinery manufacturers are i

equipping more and more machinery -

with protective devices, and the ONE-TWO-THREE-FOUR CAKESSee CLOTIfESPIN
safety of old models be improved -
may Recipes Below. cfl'
by having parts put on them. [NOSESensational
Among other causes found con- Let's All Have'Tea together until light and fluffy. Add
ducive to farm accidents are the egg yolks, and beat well. Sift flour extra help for 1S \

',' need for haste in the rush seasons, There's something so social about once, measure, add baking powderand famous colds-with cough Luden's drops! These not

which often means working after serving tea! Friends and neighbors salt, and sift together three only help soothe throat,but >
times. Add flour, alternately with release a menthol vapor- k
dark with makeshift and
or repairs, in for bit of rest and relaxation -
drop a which, with breath,
milk : every
: occasional to "homemade" a small amount at a time. Kr:
attempts use -
i conversation flourishes, helps penetrate clogged nasal
Beat after each addition until
electric wiring.A and the wHole house is aglow with passages: helps relieve
recent study in Kansas of fatal smooth. Add flavoring. Fold in "clothespin nosel"LUDEN'S
farm accidents showed that the hospitality. stiffly beaten egg whites. Bake in
on tea is of the simplestand
Serving .one 'muffin in
small, well greased "
29 cent of the deaths pans tax
average per most gracious ways of enter- I .
were caused by machinery, 20 per whether a moderately hot oven (375 degrees) Menthol Cough Drops
.. -
? for about 20 minutes. Frost as de- Pattern 6312
cent animals 12 .
by per cent by ex- you invite one
cessive heat, 8 per cent by vehicles, guest or fifty. It sired. Mother or big sister! Knit this
9 per cent from falls, 5 per cent may be a cozy, Brown Bread,.Peanut,I Sandwiches three-piecer. It's mainly in stock- Service"to Others

by lightning, and 17 per cent from inform a 1affair Slice .Boston Brown bread very inette stitch and the skirt is knit- "You're good for something in
',:: other thin, spread with creamed butter, this world-for service of
causes. a_ with only a few ted to give the effect, of pleats! some
Most of the farm accidents could '' sprinkle generously with finely kind to fellow
+ "handpicked"friends ,It's a suit .that gives smart all- your men-or you're
be avoided if the farmer is his own { invited, chopped salted peanuts. year-'round wear. Pattern 6312 good for nothing.-Dr. Reisner.,

"safety inspector" in seeing that and simple bread Banana Nut Bread. contains instructions for makingthe

.'. neither he nor his employees take and butter sandwiches, with a Cl

chances. of perfectly brewed tea for refresh- % cup sugar illustrations of it and of stitches;
ments. Or, you may plan a much 2 eggs .4$ materials needed. I

,; ':' Present-Day Farmer larger, more elaborate tea as a 2 cups general purpose flour To obtain this pattern send 15 : PETROLEUM .JELLY

.',\' Fixes Own Machinery means, of entertaining ,the Parent- % teaspoon soda cents in coins to The' Sewing Cir-

: Teacher association, ,the Garden teaspoon salt cle, Household Arts Dept., 259 W.
:', ::-'-";,- '. The passing of the blacksmith club, or perhaps the Women's aux- 'teaspoons' baking powder 14th St., New York, N. Y. .
',:. shop in many farm communities has iliary of,your husband's lodge. % cup chopped nut meats
.. made it necessary for farmers them- Formal or informal, large or % cup wheat bran Please write your name, ad-

selves to do much of the repair and small, you'll find that beforehand 1% cups mashed bananas dress and pattern number plainly

. maintenance work on their machinery. preparations and carefully laid 2 tablespoons sour milk
;s' ,;\:; Many of them have sought prac- plans help to make this kind of en- Cream butter and add' sugar slow-

{ _:," .', tical instruction from their county tertaining easy. Admit the limitations ly, beating constantly. Add eggs- Foibles Tax Us

.J.,:._,::,;,+ agent or other workers in the federal of your budget, your equip- one at a time- We are taxed twice as much by

I ,;:: /'. and state extension service. ment, your time and strength, and beating thoroughly. bur idleness, three times as much
'; ,;,:J- ;:,, Some communities have held ma- don't plan more than you can carry Mix and sift by our pride, and four times as

; ( :'r chinery repair schools. out comfortably and sensibly. ,Re- .5 the flour, soda, much by our folly.BenjaminFranklin. DIXIE FILM SERVICE

'i" 5,'': Farmers in 30,000 communities member that a cup of tea and a salt, and baking P.O.Box 4385-A Atlanta,Co.I
, :: .,: last year sought assistance along slice of bread and butter can makea powder. Add nut
'\;,c':', this line and in the field of agricultural party if the tea is perfectly made, a meats and wheat

-J'; engineering.! County agents the bread enticingly thin, and the bran to this mix-

4SW; report the subjects of most impor- service dainty and attractive. ture. Combine bananas and sour .
..' < tance to farmers are those of muffins cakes .
ma- Keep sandwiches, cream. Add flour mixture alternately :
STv? '-:, chinery repair, irrigation, terracing and cookies small and dainty. If with banana mixture-beating spn. N, {.4. CAMELS

4,: ': and farm building. your invitation list numbers a large thoroughly after each addition. Bake ARE SLOW-BURNING.(

I i: .. '' Almost 80,000 farmers reported number of guests, bake your favorite .in well-greased loaf pan in a mod-
'/ ) that they followed extension service cakes in jelly roll pans, frost, erate oven (350 degrees) about IVt THEY GIVE ME
f;,S recommendations in constructing and cut into small, diagonal pieces. hours. : : .
' -r.,': new buildings, while 85,000 were assisted Orange Ice Cream. Note: This bread is really betterif : :: SMOKING PLEASURE'

\ by county agents and engineers 1 granulated gelatin y R
r. ;" tablespoon sliced the second day. Deliciousfor
" /-S in planning repairs and re- 1h; cup cold water sandwiches with butter or with : AT ITS BESTANPMOREOFIT

:5 ,4.' '" modeling. In co-operation with the 1% cups sugar unflavored cream cheese for fill-

i', bureau of agricultural engineering, 1'k. cups boiling water ing. ,

tl-. .: the extension service has compiledbuilding B& cups orange juice Reception ,Cakes. ..,...:.:;:;p,::: :,: ;.'':.. PER PACK
w plans suitable to the Middle lemon juice .." :.."..N".,....... '..
: %i cup (Makes 90 two-inch cakes)
:\<'1 West and the Northeast. These plans 2 tablespoons orange rind (grated. ) 2 cups shortening (part butter for :
'I :?:tr;.:::( are available through county agents. 2 cups coffee cream flavor)
. i ?;S" '::: Similar publications are being prepared '/ teaspoon salt 4 cups sugar ffird C

S.v for the South and West. 2 eggs (beaten separately) 16 egg yolks

: : '' County extension agents gave information Soak the gelatin in the cold water 9 cups cake flour ) Whatever price you pay per pack,
;;;, : or assistance on installation for five minutes. Dissolve sugarin it's important to remember this
. 8 teaspoons baking powder ,,
< .. Jia4a4.
: ... of 8,800 sewage systems, 15,000 boiling water 1 teaspoon salt fact: By burning 25/' slower than

: r,. water systems, and 101,300 lighting and add to the 2 milk .! the average of the 15 other of the

:. ',;;' systems, principally in farm homes. gelatin, stirring c.- 1% cups tablespoons orange or lemon ,, f 4 largest-selling brands testedslowerthanonyofthemCAMELS-
r Work of this type is a part of the until dissolved.Add it ,_ extract '' -' {

' .'-: broad extension program to improve the orange 1. give a smoking plus equal to
," ': <'J 1. Cream the shortening; add
',, rural health and living conditions.
juice, orangerind .
:-, sugar very slowly, beating well after ;
, lemon juice, -
: each addition. EXTRA
coffee cream, -- 2. Beat the until
egg yolks very HAROLD McCRAGKEN
:( ::;'" 20-Year Records Aid salt, and beaten egg yolks. Foldin thick, and add gradually to the noted Arctic explorer
egg whites and pour mixture into creamed mixture. S M o K ES

;{ ,- In Study Holsteins freezing container of ice cream 3. Sift dry ingredients together,

" of freezer. Assemble and cover. Then and add alternately with the milk MORE PLEASURE
. IS Twenty years production
mixture of crushed ice and PED
pack ,
records show and extract.
many interesting rock salt (use three parts ice to one PER PUFF-MORE
trends in the Holstein-Friesian 4. Pour the batter into large jelly

herd at the agricultural research freezing part: salt, container.by volume)Turn around crank the roll pans, which have been greasedand PUFFS PER PACK, PACK

center, Beltsville, Md. lined with wax paper.
When mixture
slowly but steadily. 5. Bake in moderate
a oven (350
The records show that, on the stiff to turn
J, becomes too remove
degrees) for 30 minutes. Cool, and
average, larger cows produec cover carefully, take out dasher, cut into diamonds.
more butterfat. There have been and pack down evenly with a spoon.

some notable exceptions in the Cover ice cream with wax paper :Send! for Your Copy of 'Easy
herd, however. For example, one and replace cover. Repack. Cover Entertaining:

cow averaging only 1,255 pounds 'and. allow to harden at least onehour In her cookbook, "Easy Enter-
made a 715-pound butterfat rec- before serving.OneTwoThreeFour. "
taining, Eleanor Howe gives you
ord, and another cow weighing
Cakes. suggestions for a Halloween menu, ILU'
1,546 pounds of butterfat.made only 454 (Makes four dozen small cup cakes) as well as countless other holiday : MF >
1 cup margarine meals, children's parties, "teen- .
Study of the relation betweenage
age" parties, picnics, and a wedding
of parents and sex of their 2 cups sugar I I
4 eggs (separated)' reception-you'll find ideas for all
offspring gave no conclusive re- I
3 flour these and other social occasions.
sults, although where dams of all cups
mated 2 teaspoons baking powder Send ten cents in coin to "Easy
J'J! ages were to one sire
, .' there was some indication that Vs teaspoon salt Entertaining," care of Eleanor
",' the of 1 cup milk Howe, 919 North Michigan Ave., Chi-
proportion female for
progeny Penny Penny ,
2 flavoring Ill., and get of this ---
increased with the of the teaspoons: cago, your copy
age Your Best Cigarette Buy
'. Ir darri. Cream the.'margarine thoroughly.Add .book now.
sugar gradually and cream .(Released by Western Newspaper Union.

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Clewiston. Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., entertained I Glasses Fitted. FOR MODERN PLUMBINGSee .
Friday In :
Published Florida, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS! with a bingo party Saturday husband's night Johnson's Fish Gamp
I lie. ,in celebration of her McCOLLUM
,V. Bl.
I birthday. Following the games, I (Near Hurricane Gate)
cakes and coffee were 1.-0.(1 Plumbing and Seating
KEATHLET DOWDEN Editor sandwiches Clewiston, Fla.
J Schult. Apartment,
served.The guests were Mr. and Mrs. I CIt 18tOD. Florida Boats and Mot vs-Guide Service.
mall matte Rates Reasonable
Entered as second class the Post Office i In Roy Alston Mr. and Mrs. Foy Dur- '
}"'ebrwarr'l'Yfl7'at'l wlstoB, ;Florida.. under the Act ot rence Mr. and Mis. A. C. Carlton,, J. M. MORQUS ''''. H. Johnson, Mgr.
March 3, jtS7.Snkacrlptlon., .:: Mr. and, Mrs. C. Hk Berner, Mr. and OPTOMETRISTof
rte" --- Mrs. R. J. Lee,' Mr. and Mrs. H. R. ArcadiaCONSULTATION JOHN H. DOTY ...
!! Rate 92JOO Per Tear. Knight Mrs. Blanche Turner, Miss Engineering Consultant
Miss Bernice AND J.M. COUSE,
Advertising natea Cm Application. Roberta George "EXAlIINATION1IOXDAY Architectural, Mechanical and
O'Neal, Miss Evelyn Hare and
L. Coker. H'I AND TUESDAYNOV. : Structural Designs Counselor and Attorney at Law
novoted to the: advancement and we 20th & 21st Maps Estimates Hopkins Building
Count; .
Inn ot Clewlsto and Hendry MRS. HER ERTSOX HOSTESS I Rooms 110.112CLEWISTON Hopkins Bldg. Cleniston Fla. Wednesdays and Saturdays
j AT BRlDdB PARTY FRIDAY INN 0:30 to 4:00

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ALTAR RESUME MEETINGSThe Mrs. D. M. Herbcrtson entertained < _. -_. ,.-H-f: _,_: .,/
with a bridge party at her home

Altar Boys': Society of Saint in the Schult Apartments Friday LOST-Ladies Elgin watch. Silver -
will R. N. Smith won a BOWLING
Margaret's Catholic Church afternoon. Mrs. ; oblong case with net chain
meetings tomorrow luncheon set for high prize
resume regular linen band. Lost over week-end believed
I /
Saturday, morning in the church Mrs. Foy Durrence an Old Spice set near football field. Reward. Return
after the regular religious instruc for traveling prize and Mrs. C. E. I, to H. R. Knight. Is an amusement, a recreation and a health builder.
class for children. Johnson a novel clothes brush for i
Lawrence Every muscle is exercised, in a year around R1ne.
Members are: low prize.
J. Flynn Spiritual Director and Tuna fish salad, crackers, potato I' GlnNHCN riUcil and Scientifically Repaired JJrokcn Duplicated(.eONeN BAWL IN CLEWISTON AT
Edward Von Mach, and coffee were served at the
Hervey Bourne. chips I DR. F. D. GUDBAUR
Nick Schiffli, Sonny Vaughn Dick conclusion of the bridge games. I A and B Alleys
Schiffli Edward ,Bourne and Kermit Playing were Mrs. J. F. Curry,, Optometrist
Tarleton. Meetings will be held Mrs. B. H. Cuttino, Mrs. W. F. I Phone 108 B Collier Arcade Hours 2:00 till
Florida m. -
Tort Myers p.
Saurday morning at ten Simpson. Msr. I. M. Pafford Mrs. I
every Successor to K. H. Oakley
o'clock. I C. E. Johnson, Mrs. Foy Durrence, I
Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. Herbertson. -

PRIZE AT WEDNESDAY BRIDGE II Do yoo knout *<.**'...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..r:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:....;..:..:..:..:..:..:-:
Mrs. Leslie C. Miller was hostessto BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY eat ItI + h
club Wednesday after- bow f
noon.her High score prize was won by t Mrs. H. C. Kolstad entertained I ou'cI be to 1=' Anyway t
Mrs. I. M. Pafford who received a with a bingo party Friday afternoon ,,
box of bath powder, and cut prize I celebrating the tenth birthday of \ bui'd or v

by Mrs. D. G. Alston who receiveda her son Kim. A can of peanuts was buY, a v:;: We got attention-even if last week's announcement ,*
pair of guest towels. awarded as prize to Emma Jane :
A delightful salad course was Ezelle. refinanc.c =_i: was misunderstood. is::
served by Mrs. Miller to Mrs. Paf- Party hats and whistles were VfithI .t' ...

ford, Mrs. Alston. Mrs. R. N. Smith, i II given as favors.. Fruit jello and home 1I :: J. F. Tippey, Paul Bussey or any other :;;:
Mrs.' T. B. Shelley, Mrs. W. H. Lanier chocolate cake were served.
Mrs. H R. Hall and Mrs. K. I Attending were Gene and Bub I Ou/l. plan :: contractor will build your home-financ- :;:

Bowden. Mills, Grace Ward, Carline and :i: ed by Clewiston Federal Building and :!::
Bobby Berner Jo Ann Crouch, Kay I s
PATRICIA BAILEY CELEBRATES and Paul Bowden. Shirley and Kermit FULL DETAILS GIVEN.: .. t Loan or Federal Housing Administration. ::

and Dick Schiffi. :;: We Sell The Sites jj
Patricia Bailey was hostess to I v

members of her Sunday School class GEORGE ANN SUGGS HAS PARTY Buying a home v v

at the regular class meeting Friday ON, FOURTH BIRTHDAY MONDAY I of your own is U v }

evening.hostess'The birthday.party also celebratedthe George Ann Suggs four'year old the of finest thriftClewiston type :|: J. E. Beardsley ; j

birthday cake were Mrs.
Cocoa'and I daughter of Mr. and George
served to Harriet Lyles, Anne Paf- I uggs, celebrated her birthday Monday :t|: Real Estate v?
ford Gloria and Betty McDuffie with an afternoon party given, Federal
Carline Berner, Jo Ann Crouch. by her mother. j::;|:: ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER ;!: .

Sally Graham, Mary Louise Thomas; Bright colored.balloons were Savings and LoanAssociation :;= HOPKINS BLDG. PHONE 00 :=:'
Jean Augur June Espenlaub Chris- given as favors to the little guests y Y's' .
tine Espenlaub, Ogle and Billie Ar- and ice cream and individual cakes .......... ., .............. ..'. :
nette, Marianne Jones, Mauryne were served. The guests were ::1/MM:--: : : : : :M 111: :1: : : : : : : :MN:NNNNNN:NNN NNNN11H1 1 :1N:11N:1:NIINNNNIN

Prewitt. Doris Hatch, Grace Ward t Heather Guthrie Ronald Hare .. -------
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I. M. Pafford and Mr. and ton, Jimmy Knight Carolyn Robi- :..::...:...:...:...:...:...:...:..: :..:l..:tt:..:i..:.":.":... ;:..:...:w.::";.. ..: :............'..':N.NN' :..:oo-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:............................=.M=..:.....
Mrs. Kent Pendleton. son, John Perry Linda Lee and'x_ !!
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Claire Jones.HALLOWE'EN
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Junior Girls Auxiliary met I v 'AX

Monday afternoon at the ,home of I Mrs. Harvey Guthrie entertained ::::;:
Mrs. Arch Hodges, counselor. An with a Hallowe'en party Saturday I :1;::;: :..t.
election of officers was held and afternoon to celebrate the fourth ALL ELECTRIC .:j:.:!.:

Doris Simmons was elected president birthday of her daughter Heather. I :VA XAI: 0 'i'.' : ::::

Marilyn Davis vice-president, The children came in Hallowe'en :;::;: :- ',-' ,II
JoAnn Walker, secretary .and Wilma costume and enjoyed indoor and !! \'-. HOME "..'. :. XYAX
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Betty Stoughis .t. ;. .
Jean Tingle treasurer. outdoor during the afternoon. : '
games I '
.t.'i. ; AY
publicity chairman and Mamie I Those attending were George Ann :i::;: ..... .". ...." .. ,... ,..,}:-;; II:;::!:
is Carlton
Trice program Suggs Ronald Hare Beverly I
Those attending were Mamie I Margie Allen, Shirley and J'ii
Trice Doris Simmons, Jo Ann Walker Charlotte Kruger, Carol Joy and I!
Marilyn Davis, Grace Ward. I\Harriet Alston, Kathryn Dyess, servant that 1::_
:: is the modern servant a '
::: (. Electricity ;
. Betty Stough and Wilma Jean Tin- j Emma Jane Ezelle, Shari Land. Sue :
gle. I Cornette, John Perry, Bettye, Carol I :&;::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the 1I:;::;:

and Beverly Flaniken Carol Augur quickly efficiently :;:::
that will do everything
and ,
MRS ELMORE HOSTESS ATI3iRIDGE Beryl and Sandra Prevatt, Mary I : :: home one
CLUB MEETINGMrs. Louise Lyles, Claire Jones, Mary I :Yt: ; and economically. :_::!:

Kay Pafford Arthur Wayne King. Y'.*_

members. John of her Elmore bridge club entertained at her Skippy Paul Bowden.Cothern, Larry Davis and :: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or : ::

home Wednesday afternoon. A pair Ice cakes and candies were ::::j:
cream hours of safe reading light or operate
of guest towels went as high score served. :!::!: give your eyes
prize to Mrs. R. J. Lee and a cretonne ::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :!::::
shoe bag to Mrs. A. C. Carl- WEINER ROAST GIVEN ON :_::!:
A'I of it that use.
the more you
: thing that gets cheaper sf
ton for low prize. KATHRYN DYESS BIRTHDAY ;:: one ,J
Sandwiches, cake and coffee were :

E.served Miller to,Mrs.Mrs.Roy V. Alston.C. Woodward Mrs. C: Mary ninth Kathryn birthday Dyess with a celebratedher birthday :f::!: $ That is why it is so easy ,to have and enjoy a home :t::'..:'

Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., Mrs. R. J. party given at her home Tuesday :: that is all electric and modern. :+t:.:'
Lee Mrs. A. C. Carlton and Mrs. afternoon. The guests were invited +x YV ?

Foy Durrence. for an after-dark weiner roast, and VA ....:.
the weiners were cooked over an 't' .
CHRISTIAN, ENDEAVOR HOLDS open fire in the yard. I
Crouch Carline Berner Jo Ann
The Christian Endeavor sponsored .Walker. Jeanette Dobbins, Shirley
a social Wednesday evening : Kruger, Betty Dixon, Mary ,Jack :!::!:
which was enjoyed by a large group Andre and Shirley Bussell Ouida 1:;::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. 1

of young people. The party was held I I and 'Maureen Johnson, Margie Allen, 1Xv I ti
in the Sunday School rooms of the' Beverly Ann Carlton, Carolyn Rob-
church. Guthrie, Clifford II
inson, Heather
J The evening was spent in a series and Lionel Beatty, Anthony Toulis. / :::;:
of games and singing. Gene and Bub Mills A. D. Dobbins, :;::: J' .:..t.
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were Lee .
attending Misses I : {
Those : /
Bobby Berner and Robert Dixon. 't"s' ('
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Pridgen. Florence Graham, Kathryn Assisting Mrs. Dyess in looking 't"i': : \ '
Graham, Louise Hollingsworth, 'Audrey after her guests were Mrs A. C.
McLaughlin June Hooker, Carlton, Mis. Georgo Prevatt and '
XI Co.
Betty Spicer, Maxine Doty Bert Mrs. Gratton George. GtadesPowerand light ..211...
Sholtz, Louis Leiter, Wesley Powell, II
Cecil Noel. J.: D. Hooker, 'Munselle EiUYS HOME AYA.'I Y?
Stone, Dick Tarleton, Leroy Hare .Vy...
Sandy Bell Rev. and Mrs. Kent The Clewiston Realty and Devel- At AX
Pendleton and Miss Marion Ley lg. opment Corporation has announcedthe L.i. 1!...t.!
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1 I Marcia Avant, Miss Frances Morgan, Miss Kathryn Graham, Miss Mae
C. E. Miner and C. E. Robbins Jean Barrow who has been employed I i
LaBelle Tuesday attendinga in 'the draughting room ,of Miss Jerry Hulsey, Miss Christine Palmer, Miss Virginia Jordan, Miss
; 1 r meeting of the county board. of the U. S. Engineers'toV* 'iip 'st Chapman, 'Hiss "Virgie ,O'Bannon, Myrtle and ,Miss Dorothy Dyess,

{ Personals ] public instruction. 'year left the ffr t'of 'this week for- Miss Gaudy Waters Miss Pearl Ada Miss Lily Mae Btlllps, Miss Florine

l ; ,' Abington, Va., :where ho has accept Btantle). Mis! Lucilc! Wea\er: ,_ Miss Moore and Mis ,Claudia Hagar.
ti> : LbuiseWalk&'..."' and ,. J'
Mesdi'xnes Comiskey ed a position wii'the U. S,>.Bureau' MissDorothy ,
Catherine "
1 of Public Roads. Mrs. Barrow and Miss Evelyn :-Hare, Miss' Hazel ,)and < ';

and Eleanor' Flynn were visitors in baby daughter are visiting for a Miss Lois Prince,' Miss, Betty Spicer, Is Your Subscription Paid?

Mr.. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent Fort Myers.-'. and LaBelle last Mon time at her home In' DeSoto City ,
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\ I Sunday in West Palm Beach. day. before joining him.

I ; Cothern and daugh- I:I lllmln! dl I IJIIIIIII II I !III lIImllmll I flln!IIffii! lII! !mmlllmm! Gf III\IIlliIlmlllm it\I ( I mlllllllmjmllmmmmmmmmm!I i i!!!i f lmmmmmll\m! !!\! lIm"!mm\lilllij'II\ i immmmmlli!f! I mm\lm\l i \! \Ihhif m mm! I,

L. L. Lougue of Arcadia was a Mrs. Frank The executive board and the
,: business visitor here Wednesday.R. ters, Janis and Doris of LaBello ,I bazaar committee of the Ladies

visited Mr. 'and Mrs. Van Cothern Aid met at the home or the presi- Announcing ,

Y. Patterson made a business Wednesday. dent, Mrs. H. R. Hall, yesterday afternoon .
to complete bazaar plans. : "
Jacksonville this week. '
trip to The
Miss Bernice O'Neal of West Attending were Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Opening of .

Palm Beach-spent a few days here Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. R. H. .
Dave Alston was a business visitor this week visiting Miss Roberta Knight, Mrs. J. J Graham. Mrs.E. "

': in LaBelle Tuesday. George. ;:1 C. Mills, Mrs. W. W. Perry and The Toggery Shop : .

Mrs. W. C. Owen. ,
Glen E. Etherton made a business .
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, and -4 1: .. :
trip to Tampa Wednesday. Hunt and :' IN ,
son, Bernie, Mrs. A. B. McNeiceGuthrieMiss ,
,. Mrs. J. D. Baigrie attended the ,,:iL'. r
Miss Tillie Geiger of Miami wasa trials in Okeechobee Sunday. ; The Building
field Hopkins
business visitor in Clewiston Sat \*{:: : : _
Bernice Guthrie, daughterof 1
urday. ''',: (Front, of Turner's Beauty ,Shop) .
I Misses Billie and June Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Guthrie of ,

Miss Beulah Guthrie spent the I Renee Wethington and George Crow Clewiston, became the bride of CLEWISTON. FLORIDA '
in West Palm Howard McNeice of Delray Beachin
week-end in Delray Beach and Fort were visitors Saturday:
Beach. a simple ceremony performed
Lauderdale.Miss I
afternoon at five o'clock. .
,- Shirley Temple Dresses for Children, Teen Misses
Esther McCall and Miss t Mr. and Mrs.'\H, C. Kolstad, Kim The marriage vows were exchangedin
of the First Christian and Jean Castle's and other for
the parsonage for the young girls
Jane Easley: of Fort Myers were Kolstad and Mr" and Mrs. W. F.
business visitors here Saturday. Simpson spent ,Sunday in Okeechobee Church of Fort Lauderdale. Milady. i ,
with Rev. Charles O. Woodward of
attending the state field trials

Miss Marcele Davison of Fort which concluded a three-day meet. ficiating.The NO TWO DRESSES ALIKE ,' ,,. "- ., ,

Myers 'was the week-end guest of I I I; I bride was beautifully attiredIn Full line of hosiery, Goldette Underwear- Slips, :: '.. '
friends in Clewiston.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.: B. E. ,Herring had a tan and green striped afternoon % '

as their guests:for several days I dress; her accessories were Stylecraft Bags, Sweaters

G. B. Thomas has been 'on- Mrs. Herring's mother and grandmother of tan. Her attendants were Miss

fnied to her home this week with Mrs.' A:- B. Hunt and Mrs. Beulah Guthrie, her sister and MissChristine
of LaBelle. Bell of Clewiston. Miss
illness. I. D. Baigrie
Guthrie wore white sharkskin suit "Un sual quality, unusual styles for

s9 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure, jr., Mr. and Mrs. :Warren C. Wright with multi-colored belt and white *

of Pahokee spent Sunday here vis- jf Clinton. Indiana:, arrived Satur- acc sories, and Miss Bell wore a those who would be individual
iting Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Branyon. day to spend a couple of months black and white checked suit with

Mrs Keathley--Bowden and sons, here Gideon with H. Brown their "Bind daughter family., Mrs. black Mrs.accessories.McNeice is one of Clewis- ._""II''''jllillllllmlllllll!i l !]1HI'III' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllmlm1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimll i!I! it! I I! !NI I i 111 l lI! I Ia[ lllIIllIlIIlllllillillmllllllllllllll11i1111111!!! I l it l !!!!! I II I 111I1 I!I !11111'! lli I! !IIIIlllIImlIIII!!(1]!1! '!!!]!! IIIIIIIIIIIJlml1IIIIm U!i!(!' fI ljlm l lllmllill'!! ''"'

Kay and Paul, spent Sunday with ton's most attractive young ladies.

lelatives in Okeechobee. Mrs. Talmadge McCallum and she was a member of the 1939

_. laughter, Mary Elizabeth of Haines graduating class of the Clewiston

Mr. and Mrs. George Suggs and City were week-end guests of Mr. High School. She and her husbandare

children spent Tuesday with relatives -I McCallum's sister. Mrs. D. B. Allen residing in Pompano.BoltonBurkette. M.
in Lake Placid. and family. Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hartsfield of Mrs. C. A. Brewer, of Ludlwici, (FORMERLY OF ;MOORE HAVEN)
Pahokee were guests of Mr. and is spending this week visiting her

Mrs. Robert N. Smith Sunday. brother, L. C. Reddish and family Miss Nancy Elizabeth Burkette

and her sister, Mrs. C: W. McDonaldin and William Eugene Bolton, were
A Barber of Exceptional Ability
Mr. and Mrs T. B. Shelley spenta Belle Glade. married in a quiet ceremony per-

few days in Miami the first of formed in Eufaula, Alabama, Satur- .

the week.;: Father Lawrence J, Flynn was in day afternoon by -Rev. A. B. Mc-: is 'nowAssociated

I Belle Glade Thursday. evening to Neill. pastor of the church.
Mrs. J. M. Morqus of Arcadiawas conduct a meeting of the Altar Society ,, of With .
I Mrs. Bolton is the daughter
a business visitor in Clewiston of Saint Mary's Catholic
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Burkette of
Friday. I Church. ,Montgomery. She spent some time

in Lake Harbor and Clewiston three SHORTY'S BARBER SHOPWe
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. Mrs. Ada Bixler and son, Harvey, is
when her father, who
!- ( H. A.. Bestor are shopping in West will arrive from West Palm Beach years building
a contractor, was engaged in -
--- Palm Beach today. today to spend the week-end with
( '
activities in Lake Invite Your Patronage
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Avant. and fam
Miss Billie Hooker and Mrs. Foy ily. Mr. Bolton has been employedfor
several by the United -
Durrence are shopping in West years
iiiIII1ll1 -L
Palm Beach today.R. :Mrs. I. S. Bell will return to State Sugar Corporation, and recently -I--
Clewiston today after 'visiting her purchased a home on Cres-

L. in* cent drive, where he and his bride .. .
C. Wilson' and George daughter, Mrs. J, R. Beadwyler '; -"
Royal were visitors Wednesday in West Palm Beach. Miss Christine are' residing.HookerCrow. '' -- ; ::: 1t' :- .'.
, I _._ J ; t
, \ West Palm Beach. Bell will return with her for a few ::

._ Mrs. C. F. Jones and Mr. and :;: COMPLETE atPARKINSONS :!:
Mrs. W. E. Daniel of Moore Haven Mr. and .Frank W. Zander

were visitors in town today. and Mrs. Frank Zander jr., of Okee- Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hooker INC

chobee and Miss Mary Louise Zan- announce the ** '

,', Tom Goolsby is spending the I der of Canal Point spent 'Sunday engagement and approaching :; .s.s.,

week-end visiting relatives in Gain- here with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace marriage Come In' And See +

.' esville. Arey. of, their daughter 1; y

Billieto :;:
. J. E. Beardsley and Elbert L. Mrs. Joseph Robbing, +:
.. Stewart attended a meeting of the Doty and Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pen- Mr. George Edward Crow. Jr. J;: IN SIZES 9-16 y
' Everglades Drainage District held I dleton attended a school board The marriage will take place on
!... :;:
: in West Palm Beach Wednesday. I meeting In LaBelle Tuesday_ : after- Thursday, November 16th. ::2CHESTERFIELD: HATS

., noon as delegates from the.Clewis SELECTION, OF NEW FALL SHADES 4
>. : ', f SEE OUR -
,. Mrs Keathley Bowden and Mrs.bv ton P. T. A. MISS BILLIE HOOKER: HOXOHEE :y:

" ) F. Simpson attended a meetingof Wm. H. Harmon arrived" ''here AT BRIDAL"SHOWER THURSDAY : SWEATERS 'and JACKETSFOR I:;:

the Moore Haven Womans Club ----- ENTIRE FAMILY
this week from Knoxville, Tenn., to + THE Y
Miss Billie Hooker, whose mar-
I yesterday with the U. S. En- y
,, -- take a position riage to G. E. Crow, Jr., will take SHOES :;:
draughting AIRSTEP
gineers in the room. :;:
., Z. G. Meredith spent Satur- place next Thursday, was honoreeat .!
Mrs. Harmon will join him here .;. IN LATEST STYLES ;
" -: day in Orlando visiting her husband a delightful bridal shower given r
',}, who is recuperating from an extended next month. by Miss 'Beth Nail at the home of X' i

, :.: illness. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Nail Thursday :;: ARROW SHIRTS .. ," <":,
Lawrence J. Flynn, pastorof '
Rev. :=
Saint Margaret's Catholic Church afternoon.The :i: NEW PATTERNSMATERIALS ;
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of guest list included Mrs. Grat- : Y
,went over to Pahokee Thursday to ::
Ocala have recently moved to Clew- SaintMary's ton George, Mrs. Glen Etherton, I i
services at
Jston and have taken an apartment Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Harry :i:
Catholic Church
in the Schult apartments. Knight, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. Mrs.: C. ; DRESS -
, John Waters, one of the pioneer
I J. Lovvorn, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Mrs. A.

'. Miss Hazel Prince, Mrs. A. O. farmers in the Pahokee section. W. Lawrence, Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. I PARKINSON'S INC. J Jf
Ward and Mrs. Sara Jo Crews were I Several prominent Gulf Oil Cor- Blanche Turner, Mrs. K. G. McClel- ,_.

visitors Wednesday in West Palm poration officials were businEss visitors land, Mrs. L. C. :Miller, Mrs. R. M. Y

Beach in Clewiston this week., They Hare, Jr., Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, Mrs. :_: COMPLETE STORE :i:

>.'. included A. O. Buntin and V. A.: Roy Alston, Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. GOODSTHE HARDWARE GROCERIES :i:
, /; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pendleton and Wegener of Atlanta, W. P. Stewartof W. C. Hooker. Mrs. Sara Jo Crews, :.t.:: DRY ...

Miss Eleanor Halgrim of Fort Myers Miami and G. B. Clinch of Tam- Miss Roberta George, Miss Mae Lily .

were guests over the week-end of pa. Stone, Miss Dorothy Bethea, Miss I

Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton. ---- -- ,
Willard Doty H. T. Vaughn,

.. Sonny and Harry Vaughn attended i
,. the football game in Pahokee Friday -

,{ t. night. Quick EY- ,
," MON :

.,, ; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gonterman, .
and Mrs. Gonterman's father, Mr.

,, Fred Bryan, have taken apartmentsat

,;;,); the Clewiston Inn. FOR REMODELING AND MODERNIZING a tf

. Phil West spent the week-end at have them.. 0 With ,!
easily can
the how
There are no delays whe.n you use you you ,
his home in Fort Myers. He was ; ;
out of income on easy \
'Plan for homo rethis plan you pay
,' accompanied on his return Monday /hC Monthly Payment i
Come in and see us about this simple, > -
0 Tell about terns.
',' by his wife. hairs and improvements. us r

-: your honjs repair: needs and we'll show con':cnient way to purchase home repairs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Little and

: Miss Norma Lee Little of Penea- l Fla.

'JI>I ( cola will arrive Sunday for a visit I Phone 88 ROYAL LUMBER COMPANY Clewiston ,

x-/ with their daughter and sister, .Mrs.
Walker Nail and her family.

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O'h.gentle reader,

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CHAPTER 'XII-Continued And now this letter had come aft- It seemed a long time after, that, office. And it was Towne's niece

er Towne's second visit: leaning against the buttress of the that he had deserted,at the altar.'
bridge, he heard, with increasing And most remarkable of all, Edith
"Baldy," Evans said, "I don'tagree "Baldy, dear 1 am very happy. clearness, the sound of boys voicesin Towne had ,been at the wedding. It
with you that it was-the mon And I want you to set your mind at the dark.
was Eloise Harper wh bid the
ey. That may have helped in her, : rest. I am not marrying Mr. Townefor
He drew
back the shadows.It .
done for all but among WNU Service. '
decision. But I think she cares- what he has us I
and Arthur.. Not three "They married 'at I
because I love him. Please believeit. was Sandy were the old

"For Towne-nonsense.,She knows You can't understand what he feet away from himpassing."Well Inn below Alexandria this morning,
"It isn't nonsense.
She have tak- has been to me in these dark days. of course, Mr. Follette 'is by the local Methodist clergyman.Miss .
of love. may
nothing the shadow for the substance.And I have learned to know' how kind he just a man," Sandy was saying. Logan is a Methodistfancy.And .
en Edith bridesmaid.
he can be very-charming." It is-and how strong. I haven't a "Maybe he is," Arthur spoke, was
in the world when he is here But Eloise did not know' that Lucy
his heart. to say it. But almost care earnestly "but I don't know. I
wrung with clairvoyance he saw and everything is somarvellous.You There's something about him_" had worn the wedding dress and 1

should see my ring-a great He paused. veil that Edith had ,given her and !

the truth. returned to the house sapphire, Baldy, in a square of dia- "Go on," Sandy urged. looked lovely in them. And' that :

When they Edith. monds. He is crazy to buy things I "Well, something"-Arthur was after the ceremony, Delafield had
Baldy found a message for me, but I won't.let him. I will struggling to express himself, I I wrung 'Edith's hand and had said, BABY CHICKSCHIC"S
He was to call her up. "I shall never know how to thank
take things for Judy but not for "splendid. It shines like a light-" Assorted hea vies.blood-
"Uncle Frederick has just told myself. You can see that, of course.I Their brisk footsteps left the you for what you have been >;to tested. No crlpplesNo -* <

me," she said, "that ,Jane" is to be just go everywhere with him in bridge, and were dulled by the dirt Lucy." Send Money'Order culls.for Prompt 100 postpaid Shipment.**

my aunt. Isn't it joyful? my cheap little frocks, to, the thea- road beyond. Sandy's response was "Gee, but you're superlative," Live Delivery Guaranteed

"I'm not sure." ters and to all the great restaurants, inaudible. A last murmur, and then Baldy told her as they walked in ATLAS CO., 2651 Chouteau,St. Louis,Mo.

"Why not?" and we have the most 'delectable silence. the garden. '

"Oh, Towne's all right. But not things to eat. It is really great Evans was swept by a wave of "Am I?"

for Jane." fun." emotion; his heart, warm and alive, "Yes." And, the' way you carriedit Immortal MindsIf

"I see. But he's really in love ,began to beat in the place where off.

with her, poor old duck. Talked Since he had heard the news of there had been frozen emptiness. "I didn't" carry it off. It carried we work upon marble it will

about it all through dinner. He's ,Jane's approaching marriage, Evans "Something splendid-that shines itself. perish. If we work upon brass
going to try awfully hard to make had lived in a dream. The people like a light!" "Are. you sure it didn't hurt?" time will efface it. If 'we rear
about him had seemed shadow- She 'smiled at him from beneathher
her happy. Years afterward he spoke of this temples they will crumble to dust.
He had walked and talked big hat. "Not a bit.
"Then you approve? shapes. moment to Jane. "I can't describeit. But if we work upon men's immortal -
with them, remembering nothing It miracle-their The moment was ripe for ro
He heard her gay laugh over the was a coming.As minds, if we imbue them
afterward but his great weariness.He much of miracle that light mance. But Baldy almost feverishly -
wire. "It will be nice-to have you a as with high principles, with the just
-in the family. I'll be your niece- had eaten his meals at stated which shone on Paul as he rode to kept the conversation away fromserio'us' fear of God and love of their fellow -

in-law." times, and had not known what he Damascus. The change within me things. They had talked seriously men,, we.engrave on those tab-

was absolute. I was born again.All 'enough, God knew, the.other
"You'll be nothing of the kind. lets something which no time can
night by Edith's fire. He" had
the old fears slipped from me seen
Uncle efface and which will
"You can't help being -
her in the :=
lonely thought of her fu
Baldy. Isn't that-delicious? And like a garment. I was saved, Jane, brighten to all eternity.-Dan
by those voices in the dark." ture.
in and boys' iel Webster.
now, will you come tonight "When Uncle Fred marries I
sit by my fire? Uncle Frederick is The next day was Sunday. Evans won't stay here."

out." S. called up Sandy and Arthur and invited He had yearned to take her in his

"I've 'sat too,often by your fire." them to supper. "Old Mary arms, to tell her that against his lOST YOUR PEP?
said here last anddidn't
.' you were night,
"Too often for your own peace of heart she should never again know
find me. I've a book or two ,
mind? I know that. And I'm gladof loneliness. But he had not dared. Here Is Amazing Relief of
it." Again he heard a ripple of for you. Can you come and get What had he to offer? A boy's' love. Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels \
t 4r them? And stay to supper. Miss + ,If think all laxatives
Against her gold. l1olll Jk.paJJj you <<
laughter."It Towne will be here and her uncle." act.alike, just try this
isn't a thing to laugh at." So he talked 'of Jane. "She doesn't L'1: .J6; :';: ''' A17 all vegetable laxative.So .
The boys could not know that they
want her mild thorough refreshing invigorating. Dependable
She hesitated, then said in a different were asked as a shield and bucklerin ,engagement un- relief frog sick headaches bilious spells,
til she gets. ,back. I think she's tired feeling when associated with constipation.
tone, "I am not laughing. ButI the battle which Evans was fight- set a 25c box of NR from your
right. Without Risk
want you by my fire tonight." ing. It seemed to him that he could druggist. Make the test-then
"I don't," Edith said lazily. "If I If not delighted return the box to us. We will i
It was late when Evans went up- Il 1L't not meet Frederick Towne. Yet it refund the purchase '
stairs. He had spent the evening had been, of course, the logical thingto loved a man I'd want to shout it price. That fair. )
the Get NR Tablets today. rt',.
to world.
with his mother, discussing with her ask him. Edith had invited herself A : : ,

some matters where his legal !knowledge and Towne had, of course, They were sitting on a rustic

helped. They did not speak of f ;10 y much to tell about Jane. bench under the blossoming plum

Jane. Their avoidance of the sub- tree. Edith's hands were clasped Proud Hearts
Evans therefore with an outward
ject showed their preoccupation withit. E.d d'- effect of, tranquillity, played the behind her head, and the winged What hypocritites we seem to

But neither dared approach it. S / host. After supper, however he sleeves of her gown fell back and be whenever we talk of ourselves!

On the bedside table in Evans' took the boys with him to the li- showed her bare arms. Baldy want- -Our words sound so humble

room lay the valentine he had brary.On ed .to unclasp those hands, crush while our hearts are so proud.-
them to his lips-but instead he
for Jane. There it was with Hare.
bought ,
the table lay a gray volume.He stood the
up, looking over
its cupids and bleeding hearts-its '
opened it and showed the Cruik-
"Do see the ducks out there?
forget-me-nots-and golden darts. you
shank illustrations."I've Relieve the discomfort with
Wild ones at that. A sign of spring." this accurate aspirin.S1t.Joseph.
been reading this. It's great Simple
Arthur Lane and Sandy talked it stuff." She rose and stood beside him. Neuralgia
over. "I wonder what has hap- \1 I "Oh Pilgrim's Progress" said "And.you can talk of-ducks-on a
pened. He looks dreadful. 1"I -- Sandy; "do you like it?" day like this?

The two boys were on their way to can't stand much "Yes." Evans leaned above the "Yes," he did not, look at her,

Castle Manor. They wanted books. "ducks are-safe." and
excitement. book where it lay open under the Learning Thought

Evans' library was a treasurehousefor light. and started to read to them. He heard her low laugh. "Silly Learning without thought is labor -
He had to his of-
youthful readers. It had all the was eating. gone boy."

old adventuring tales. And Evans fice, and behind closed doors had That night Evans found out for the He turned, his gray eyes filled perilous.-Confucius.lost; thought without learningis

had read everything. He would sim- sat at his desk, staring. first time something about his mother. with limpid light. "Perhaps I am.

ply walk up to a shelf, lay his handon And now this letter! "You see "You look tired, dearest" he But I.should be, a: fool if I told you

a book, and say, "Here's one what she says" Baldy had raged. had said, when their guests were how I love you. Worship you. CATCH COLD EASILY ?

you'll like." And he was never. "Of course she isn't in love with gone, and he and she had come into You know it, of course. But nothingcan

wrong. him. But she thinks she is. There's the hall come of it, even if I were pre- X> : Greenville, S. C.-T. L.
But of late, Evans Follette had nothing more that I can do." "I 'am tired." She sat down on sumptuous enough to think that you ; "y Road Key, 401 says Easley:: "I was Bridge suffering i!

met them with an effort. "Look for Evans had taken the letter to the an old horsehair sofa. "I can't stand -care." r 'y'k' 'Io condition from, a weakened
: my appetite was
yourselves," he had said, when they library to read. He was alone, except much excitement. It makes me feel She swept out ,her hands in an :.. : poor, and I had one cold
asked for books, and had sat star- for Rusty who had limped like an old !lady." appealing gesture. "Say it. I wantto f.: t y"",,' after Golden another.Medical Dr.Discovery Pierce's

ing into the fire. And he had not after him and laid at his feet. "You'll never grow old" He felta hear." ','.. )'t:"'iN.-"..{
urged them to stay. His manner She loved-Towne. And that set- deep tenderness for her in this She was adorable. But he drew ',',' \-i-4.,<:' larly and better and feeling in every stronger way."
had been kind but inattentive. They tled it. "I am marrying Mr. Towne moment of confessed weakness. She back a little. "We've gone too far "';:... <:/?, Buy it in liquid or tablets
were puzzled and a little hurt. "I fast. It is fault of from your druggist today.
arid too
him. couldbe had been Had my ,
because I love Nothing I always so strong. refused See how vigorous and how much strongeryou
feel sorta queer when he acts that plainer than that. Baldy might I to lean. She had, in fact, tak- course, for being a romantic fool." feel after using this tonic.WNU .
way," Sandy was saying, "as if he "I'm afraid we're a pair of
protest. But_ the words were there. en from him his son's prerogativeof ro-
didn't take any interest. I don't 45-39
protectiveness."You'd mantic fools Baldy. 7
As Evans sat gazing into the fire,
know whether he
even wants us any better Hallam Evans He turned and put his hands
he saw her as she had so often see on
more. said. her shoulders., "Edith, mustn't." Evil SuspicionTo
Arthur refused to believe his hero been in this old room-as a child,
"I've seen him." "Why not?" suspect a friend is worse
"It's that he's sprawled on, ,the hearth-rug over l
inhospitable.his mind.just" got some entrancing book from his "What did he say?" "Not until I have something to than to be deceived by him.-La
things on _"
reached the house and shelves, swinging her feet on the "My heart offer you Rochefoucauld.
They rang He looked at her in alarm. "Moth- "You have something to offer-"
edge of a table while he braggedof
'the bell. Old Mary let them in."He's .
didn't tell ?" "Oh I know what mean. ButI
his athletic prowess; leaning overwarmaps erVhy you me you
in the she
library, "What was the use? There's noth- won't. Somehow this affair of 'T day's popularityof
while he pointed out the
and they went towards it. The door Doan's Pills, after
and entered. fields of fighting; curled up in a ing to be worried about. Only he Jane's with your uncle has mademe many years of world
they But
was open I must not push myself." see-" wide use, surely must
corner on the couch while he readto says
the be accepted evidence
room was empty as
her-"Oh, silver shrine, here "I am worried. Let me look aft- "See what? .of satisfactory use.

will I take my rest ." er the men in the morning early. "Oh, how the world would look at And favorable public
That morning Baldy had had a let- I opinion supports that
ter from Jane and had handed it to He could stand his thoughts no I That will' give you an'extra 'nap. it; How he'd'-'Jook at it. of the able physicians

Evans. It was the first long letter longer. Without hat or heavy coat, "Oh, I won't do it, Evans. You "Uncle Frederick? He hasn't any- 'who test under the value cxactingliboratory ofDoan's

since her engagement to Towne. he: stepped through one of the long ; have your work." thing to' do with it. ,I'm my own conditions.

windows and into the night. "It won't hurt me. And I am go- mistress." These physicians, too, approve every wordof
had written to his sister
Baldy flam-
advertising- read, the objective of
to' boss bit. He (TO BE CONTINUED) you
ingly demanding to know if she As he walked on in the darkness, ing you around a which is only to recommend Doan's Pillsas {
stooped and kissed her. "You, are a good diuretic treatment for disorderof
really happy. And she had he had no knowledge of his destina-
were too precious to lose, Mumsie.:" Head-Hunters Hate White Men the kidney function and for relief of
said: tion. He swept on and on, pursuedby the pain and worry it causes.
dreadful thoughts.On She clung to him. "What would I The head-hunting Marindanim If more people were aware of how the

"I shall be when Judy is better. do without you, my dear?", tribesmen of Dutch New Guinea, natives kidneys must constantly remove waste
that cannot in the blood without injury -
and stay
That is all I can think of just now. on through the blackness. He helped her up the stairs.. And : of the; island lying north of to health, there would be better understanding -
No moon a wet wind blowing climbed his Australia practice head-hunting 'as of why the whole body suffers
Her life is hanging in the balance.We as she slowly, 'arm,
on and when kidneys lag and diuretic medication
can never be thankful enough on about her he thought of :that dark, they have for hundreds of years. would be more often employed.

that we got the specialist when we He came to a bridge which crosseda moment by the bridge. The Marind-anim, inhabiting the Di- Burning, scanty or too frequent urination -

did. He had found the trouble. The 'culvert. No water flowed underit. If those young voices had not goel river district, are the most sav- function.sometimes You may warn suffer of disturbed nagging kidney back. \

question now is whether she will But down the road which led come to him in the night. this loving age and successful the headhunting ache persistent headache attacks of dizziness -
through the Glen was another stricken tribes the island. They : getting up nights swelling puffiness -
been and regard -
have the strength for another opera soul might have on under the eyes-feel weak, nervous,
tion. When she gets through with bridge, and beneath it a deep, still made desolate; left alone in her all other tribes as implacable .all played out.

that! Well, then I'll talk to you, pool.With time of greatest need.CHAPTER enemies and raid them continually a Use medicine Doan's that Fills has It won is better world-wide to rely acclaim on.

darling. I hardly know how 1 feel. the thought of that deep and for their ghastly human tr6>phies. So than on something less favorably (
XIII intense is their hatred of the white known. Ask your nciphborlt171Tfl
The days are so whirling. Mr. quiet pool came momentary relief _/
Towne has been more than generous. from the horrors which had hounded man that few whites ever venture -

If the little 1 can give him him. It would be easy. A second's Once more the Washington papers near them. The Dutch government

will repay him, then 1 must give it, struggle. Then everything over had headlines that spoke of Dela- makes persistent but fruitless efforts '- :

dearest. And it won't be hard. He Peace. No fears. No dread of the field Simms. He had married a to stamp out the habit of head

ie so very good to me." future ..slenojeraDher in Frederick Towne's hunting.



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' ..' \ Wren Had Last LaughOn

Tonsillitis May Critical, Councillors

. : Have Harmful OUR COMIC SECTION Sir Christopher Wren, builder of

St. Paul's cathedral, and many

Heart EffectsBy other famous churches, was part-
,, ly responsible for the Town Hall
of Windsor, in 1686, but the good

DR. JAMES. BARTON Events in the Lives of Little Men I D councillors his work. had misgivings" ,about' ..' j

JT IS often a number of weeks D I They complained to him that the I
u big hall had pillars to
r H r an attack of tonsillitis '" no supportit
and despite Wren's assurances
that it had been designed that
haps heart symptoms appear way and was safe, demanded that

so that the tonsils 1LLUMAJIP i- supporting pillars: Jbe placed in...po-
} are not blamed TODAY'S sition. .. .- .=- ; '. .
SEE IF;HE'S DP ; r iT i/i/ ; Wren : lt '
for the rheumatism :. 'T' it agreed to.do'so.and'.hadfour
and !tfeartdisease. HEALTH .': fffi MftUS 'pillars erected.-?:But some
,. :
As so COLUMN d dONES $ CLUb I years later .iLwas diSC"o\eied'that
the pillars came one inch short. of
many attacks of reaching the .Ceiling. :'
tonsillitis are not followed by \.: t i / //1! .. : : ,"-

.: rheumatism, there may be Negro.Names", :

many, including physicians, STANLEY The Negro possess a remarkable
who doubt the statement that IS talent for chdosing damefor

tonsillitis can affect the heart. ij THERE? mi \ i/i'iL/ q1i'' twins. Dr. A. P. Hudson, in"hi?
therefore to book "The Science of.Naming Ne-
It is interesting, HIM HIS COUSIN/ gro Babies," quotes some amus-

\ get some reliable informationfrom NORACE is \MERE\ ing examples. Bootjack'and Nick

the medical clinic of the : % j. nack, Maters and Taters (toma'

University of Zurich, Switzer- TtfHAYWHHlM/ ,:::: toes and potatoes), Gasoline and

land. : Kerosine, are typical.. ','
Negro schoolchildren must havea
Dr. H. W. Hotz Basel in
lot to'bear from their,feUmv,,pupils
the Swiss Medical Journal, .when ,they are burdened 'with

states that during the first name's such as Petty. .Larceny

part of 1938 there was an epi- Filthy M'NasoBfgi: pl ,. Sunday '

demic of tonsillitis and manyof ., May the. Ninth I ; Biblical
names are popular among Negroes .
the nursing staff contracted as well as whole Biblical
m it. There were many with symp- : quotations. "I will arise and go
toms of rheumatism and disturbed ,
: unto my Father" seems rather a
hearts. It was decided to, make .'" : & mouthful. So, too, does "Seven
electrocardiograph tests on all ., ::,> times shalt thou walk around J er-
patients who had inflammatory disorders r t I" : p icho." In this case the small bearer -
of the tonsils, and abnor-
.t of the name was called Jerry
malities were observed in a sur- I for short. '

ity prisingly of the large tonsil number.symptoms The did sever-not iT ilpb w//U// Dr.Piercers Favorite Prescription Is'a

always cause the same degree of ,
disturbance of the 111 f/In/ tonic all which for has been 70 helping womenof .
heart----------rate-- and (WNU SERVICE) : I ages nearly years. Adv.

rhythm, as severe Revealing Death
tonsillitis sometimes
Men may live fools, but fools
caused very little .
they cannot die.-Young.
heart disturbanceand
slight tonsillitis
sometimes caused a S. '
great amount of w+ -rc arwat.KiN Relief At Last

heart disturbance.It ac.
Y M wa'ro+{1N' i_ ty
not to be wondered tM ,.' Yasae ovE2 -tow COME
at, .therefore. o'rz QUT For Your Cough
---- that a slight sore M,4yTJ E I l.t_ .r M
throat is seldom sus-
Dr. Barton
...... pected of being 'the A Creomulslon it goes right relieves to the promptly seat of the because -

t cause .of heart, trouble. ; trouble to loosen laden phlegm,
The investigations of Dr. Hotz and increase secretion, and aid nature to
"T soothe and heal raw,tender Inflamed
others showed that these changes. I 4 bronchial mucous membranes.No .
the rate and rhythm of the heart matter how many medicines you
disappeared after the .tonsils were have tried tell your druggist to sell
removed. These disturbances of T you a bottle of Creomulslon the
understanding that you are .to like
the heart occurred in about half the (4'w the way it quickly allays the coughor
cases of tonsillitis due to poisoning', you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
of the heart muscle and the nerves. E
for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis
Thyroid Gland

l Affects PersonalityA Another's Secret

y ;Jo> t7 t'may give to -one 'I love,. but
strong, middle-aged foreman ina the secret of my friend is not mine
factory who had always been alert wE.L-COME_ give.-Philip Sidney.Put '

about his work, a good mixer, and P. '

very exacting and I particular about DIME
the work done by the employees, Just "2 drops" In.
: each nostril for quick
" began to get a little ,heavy in body, relief from Spring
slower on his feet, and not quite so \ Lt head cold discomforts..
careful or exacting about the work oP a PENEiRO oa?OPS,

done. Then he began to forget

things, miss appointments, and a Riches Trickle Away
vacant expression of face became
Beware of little expenses; a
,' noticeable. The superintendent final- By small leak will sink a great ship.-
ly found it to acquaintthe
necessary 1 franklin.
general manager with the con- C. M. PayneWNU

ditions in this particular shop.

After talking and reasoning with Ben Syndicate.-WNU Smice, Pull the Trigger on

. this foreman, the general manager
' came to the conclusion that perhaps Lazy Bowels and Also
he was overworked and suggested ,

,,:: some holidays. The foreman simply 1 HOW ON EARTH LA Pepsin-ize Stomach !
spent the holidays sitting around lI1I f* DID YOU GET
home he wasn't interested in ; 'When constipation brings on acid indi
; going t
MY gestion, bloating dizzy spells,gas,coated
away or in doing anything different.Up r ? tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your
to this time the,family physi- P. stomach is probably loaded up with certain -
cian had not been called in because .' undigested food and your bowels don't'move.
.; So you need both Pepsin to help
there were no symptoms of illnessno break up fast that rich undigested food in
pain, indigestion or other symp- your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull
tom. However, when he saw the the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
laxative also contains Pepsin.;
man, the great amount' 'of weighthe o Take your Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because its
had put on, and the slowness or I Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-
sluggishness of mind and body, he derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative
Senna bowels.Tests prove the
moves your
L.. suspected an inactive thyroid gland power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
,< as being the trouble and a metab- undigested protein food which may linger
olism test showed that the thyroid 'p s in your stomach to cause belching,gastric
OtU acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-
in the neck 5IIII
was manu- izing your stomach helps relieve it of such
facturing enough juice. It is this distress. At the same time this medicine
juice that speeds up mental and wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
physical activity. bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
how much better you feel by taking the
By giving the man some thyroid laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
tablets to take every day, almost that stomach discomfort, too. Even finicky -
immediately a great change oc- I t// I TOLD HER children love to taste this pleasant
\\0 family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative -
<. curred. He became interested in his I/1 1 IT WAS THEI -Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your.
work, clear in his mind, mixed with LAST .WORD I druggist today: l' '

the other men as in the old days, ,
and began to lose the surplus fat. .
Your ReputationNo
,. This condition is called hypo-thy- man was ever written out of
roidism as "hypo" means "less," himself.Bentley. -
reputation but by
just as the overactive thyroid condi- j .
tion is called hyperthyroidism, "hy-
per" meaning morel! 1

Just as the hypothyroid patient ByJ.
with his sluggishness of mind and

body must be given some thyroid Millar Watt 1
]r extract to speed up his processes, so r r
O must the hyperthyroid patient with .J o' 1 f
overactivity of mind and body have
! I part or all of his thyroid gland removed -
that there will be I e
so little or 'Bel Syndicate.VNU
8 4 Service
no thyroid juice manufactured.Released wnro
( by Western Newspaper Union.)



XBti CL W1S'tON N Ws :t'11ttb iY. 1'Ut 1 M1jtit 1j, ins"

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I The "Ism" gangs with all their Dated this 3th day of November, A,
of the United States Sugar Corpo Features and Clubs D. 1939.
Timberlake Still HighIn inspecting the planta DEBATE AND DRAMATICS CLUB hates LOUIS O GRAVELY,
ration and As Special Master in Chancery.
Lions of the corporation. Mr. Thurs Thursday morning' when the Debate Must go and ne'er return again, No. 199-Nov. 10-17-21.

Ten-Pin Scores ton is with the Honolulu Morning and Dramatics Club met, sev- Or else our boys have died in vain.

News and with his wife he has eral members tried out for partsin Wake 'up! Wake up! old U. S. A.

visited ninety per cent of the sugar the play that is to be presentedsoon. Our buddies up in heaven today IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Martin Timberlake's score of 213 factories of the world in both the Are warning us: "Oh never cease FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HE>DRY

established last week still standsas cane and beet sugar industries on The following people were chosenfor To stand with Christ, the King of COUNTY, IIS CHANCERY.
the local bowling take them the because of their ability Peace!" Case No.-
high score on this tour which will 'parts CLEWISTON REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT -
alleys but Bob Logan and Hudson' more than 5,000 miles. I to portray the characters: CORPORATION, a Florida
the door Rev Lawrence J. Flynn. corporation,
at chosenas ,
tapping Audrey MiXaughlinwas
Tillery were I IL :Plaintiff,
this week with scores of 196 CAR WRECK: Patsy; v.
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle I June Hooker M P. W. HALL and MRS. P. W. HALL,
183 respectively. as Spanky
his wife, et al,
set a high for ladies with 117 pins. Mis Marjorie Daughtery of Moore Louis Leiter as Jim Griggs. LEGAL NOTICES Defendants
duck pins Holstine and Dick Owen Mr. Everett ,
In Haven and John Henry Tuck of .as APPEARTO -
lingsworth were tied for thweek's serious Dick TarlQlon as Bobby : P.V.. HALL and MRS ':P. W.
114 each.J. Clewiston narrowly escaped NOTICE OF M'LJCIAL.;MASTER'S HALL, his wife 244 South Olive. Los
high with the injury Sunday afternoon when their Dick Patterson as SALE Angeles, California; '
Alderman, owner of another from The play is a delightful three ; E. J. AIORRIfeON. if alive and If
started construction : car was struck by dead to his unknown heirs, devisees,
alleys. has*already of Belle Glade and over-turned. The act comedy that would liven any Notice Is hereby given that under legatees, or grantees, and MRS.. E. J.
of Iwo more alleys, both heart. ,' and by virtue of a final decree cf MORRISON his wife;
used for ten-pins. accident occurred at the west city: sale made and entered by the Honorable R. S. WILBOR alive, and'if dead
which will be limits, Tuck attempting to turn into George W. Whitehurst, one of to his unknown heirs, devisees legatees -
which have proved most popular. from the Spanish Club the Judges of the Circuit Court of or grantees, and MRS R. S. W1L-
them ready for the road to the laboratory the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of the BOR, his wife.
He hopes' to have highway. Neither of the two were Tuesday morning at the regular State of Florida, In and for Hendry YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thata
use in a 'couple of weeks. New meeting of the; Spanish Club the County In Chancery, on the 8th day suit has been brought against you
balls have been ordered injured but the car was badly of November A. D. 1939, in that cer- to quiet and confirm the title of
twelve-pound wrecked. members were thrilled with the tain cause pending In said Court Tlewlston Realty and Development
which will arrive the first I arrival of the Spanish Paper, for wherein Barcarmil Company, a cor- Corporation, a Florida corporation, as
ladies to use in poration Is Plaintiff and Bula R. against you, and each of you to the
of next weeks for Moore Haven Defeats I which they had subscribed. Waller Is Defendant, I will, on Mon- following described real property in
bowling ten-pins and for the use I The paper is printed in Tampa day the 4th day of December, A. D. Hendry County, Florida, to-wit
the lighter ball. 1939, between the hours of 11 o'clockIn Lot 14, Block 173, as per Gen-
of men who prefer Score 276The and is very interesting. Everythingfrom the forenoon and two o'clock in eral Plan of Clewiston, Florida,
Pompano; frontpage'news to' a comic the afternoon at the fr6nt door of according to Plat thereof recorded ,
.the Hendry County Court House in in Plat Book 2, pages 7 to 14,
Optometrist To Serve section is printed in Spanish. the City of LaBelle Hendry County, Public Records of Hendry County,
The club enjoyed the first issue Florida, offer for safe and sell to the Florida.
Moore Haven Terriers avenged highest 'and best bidder for cash, the IT IS ORDERED that you, and eachof
North 'Glades Area a Pompano defeat there two very much and are eagerly awaitingthe following property, situate, lying and you, are hereby required to appearin
being in Hendry County, Florida, to- the Circuit Court for Hendry County -
arrival of the next.
weeks ago by trouncing the Bean- wit: Florida at LaBelle, Florida, and
pickers from that city by a score The Northeast Quarter (NE'A) file with the Clerk of said Court your
M. Morqus of Arcadia, of the Northwest Quarter (NWH.) written appearance (personally or by
Dr. J. the Moore Haven gridiron Society
of 27.6 on attorney) in said suit on the first
of the
and the West Half (W%)
one of the best known optometristsof this afternoon. Lundy scored The Junior Class .party, held on Northeast Quarter (NE1all in Monday in December. A. D. 1939, being
this week, the 4th day of said month, and thereafter -
.announces Section lSr Township 43 South
the state, two Terrier touchdowns. Sealey one Tuesday night, was a huge success. 29 East, except therefrom, to file with said Clerk your
that he will be .in Clewiston, at and the and Leath one while Robertson Each of the juniors invited a guest, Range however, Block 2 of the plat of written complaint defenses in said, 'if any suit, to at the the bill time of

Clewiston Inn on Monday for scored for the Beanpickers. and everyone did his part to enliven I "LABELLE land one ESTATES"hundred and feet a stripof wide prescribed by law.
20 and 21 will be
Tuesday, November the entertainment. Even J. B. (Jitterbug across' the tract of land for the Herein fail not or judgment default.
and examinationof of Way entered against you by
Seaboard Railroad Right
.. ) Brantley gave an exhibition IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
this area who may - -- ,\ and a' strip of land one this order be published once a week L
anyone in : ,. and wide for the right of
: of a few of the latest steps, feet way for four consecutive weeks In The
fitted, changed or re- for the State Highway from La-
need glasses Mr. Lado, even though he'didn't, Clewiston News, a newspaper of general -
Belle to Fort Myers
circulation In Hendry County,
paired.Dr. SCHOOL NEWSEditor get any sugar cane, did enjoy the and in Glades County, Florida: Florida.
Morqus has examined the ,Lot number eight/ (8) In BlockA DONE AND ORDERED at the
hotdogs. There was plenty of food ADDITION TO LA-
for many Clerk's office. City of LaBelle, Florida,
fitted glasses
eyes for everyone and later plenty of BELLE" lying In Glades County this 26 day of October; 1939,
people here in the past and they ._...........___ Dick Patterson fun and games around the glowing Florida. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
to learn that he is Said property will be sold for the! Clerk Circuit Court
will be pleased -. to properlyserve Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges I camp fire. purpose of satisfying said decree and I I Hendry County Florida.
making a better effort costs. Oct. 27-Nov. 3, 10, 17.
.. Dick Tiuleton .
this territory. It is probablethat Sports Editor __ I ;
SPorts Editor
he will make monthly visitsto Assistant
Louise Leiter
Clewiston and will make proper :

announcement of the dates of future Society ___......... Marie Robbins ("THEN")

,visits.FORMAIv Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby The dreadful shrieks, the dying : FgM0U5 HO ES IN HIS'I R Y '.

Humor ........__.._... Ed Von Mach groans, ,.;

PARTY COMPLEMENTS Advisor ....................... Mr. Lado Midst blood and gore and scattered 'i' .;.,
; '
.- Whilst all around the powers of -
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entertained hell < c'
Graham >
Miss Florence each succeeding shell ...
evening at the homeof Spelling Bees Let loose by : ; J
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fifth Grade: Brought desolation, dark despair, 4 ; :.,
her parents, :
the government reser- The fifth grade spelling Bee was On tortured faces everywhere; / i: .i In'esome4
Graham on held on November 10, in the audi A carnival of death held sway
with a formal dancing party .
torium. And swept the flower of youth .
honoring Miss Maxine Doty on I, .
of her seventeenth birth Louise Prewitt won with 17 away. .. I'I
words spelled correctly, Sammy Our buddies lying o'er the sea

day.The affair was a surprise to Miss Young was second with 15 words, Sought peace for you and peace ..1

that the Noley Geiger was third with 10 for me!
who was unaware
party Doty was in her"honor, until gifts words, Jo Ann Crouch fourth with SWEET HOME"This
9 words and Harriet Alston fifth ("NOW")

were presented to her. with 8 words. We hail you, Buddies every one, OWN

Sandwiches served to, cakes Misses and Maxine ice cream Doty, Sixth Grade: Along the Marne, Argonne, Verdun! :8""HOME was the home of John YOUR ii

Lee were Pridgen, Edythe Nell Cornette, The winners in the sixth grade In 'isolated graves as well, Howard Payne, author of'one VHOME'

and Sally spelling Bee were: Wanda Gene In places only God can tell! :
Marie Robbins, Kathryn of Americas best loved
Jimmy "Hall, Munselle Shelter who spelled 34 words correctly We hail you, and we pledge anew songs
Maureen Johnson 30; Qvida ,To keep our faith with each of you;
Leiter ;
Louis ,
J. D. Hooker, achieve the
Stone, Let security
Dick Tarleton, Dick Owen, A. D. Johnson 28, Nora Oglesby 19 and To cherish peace among; mankind, : us you

J. H. Jim Moody .6 words spelled correctly. The peace you gave your lives to
Frith, Robert Lado, Mrs. find. f : and comfort of a home of your own

Doty and Mr. and .:Mrs. Graham. ,
Tenth Grade: God bless you, Buddies every one!

HONOLULU NEWSPAPERMANHERE Edna Lieter won the tenth grade We'll join you when our tasks. are

spelling bee spelling 23 words correctly done.

I ; Mary Johnson was second
correctly, ("LEST WE FORGET") Clewiston Federal Savingsand
Mr. and Mrs. L.:'P.: Thurston of with 21 words spelled
Honolulu Hawaii visited Clewistonfor Louise Roath third with 19; Hager Throughout this fair and lovely

with 8 and Jim Holland land,
several days the latter part of Lowe fourth
last week and while here spent con- fifth with 6 correctly spelled United, all of us must stand; Loan Association
The enemies within our gates-
siderable time at the sugar house

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