The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00867
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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 28, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00867
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I I I I 11 11I TIGERS ARE ROUTED.FLORIDA MOTOR LINE Garden Club Sponsors I 37 RAF Cadets Complete .

Christmas Tree ContestThe


annual contest for Christmas

NIGHT BUS SERVICEIf decoration will be sponsored by the
- : ;Garden Club again 'this. year. '
I The contest will 'be divided into LaBeiie ,Troop Hosts
Tigers three groups with a first prize in -11
The ended their plans of the Florida Motcr SCHOOL NEAR, HERE
The outside -
each group. To District ScoutsThe
1941 football season here WE'dlleS-1 Lines to improve service to this trees, porch or window trees

day night in a Thanksgiving section is approved, Clewistonand and' door decorations. Competitionis Thirty-seven British cadets will

game in which they were battered I I' the lake section' will find itself open to all residents of Clewis- LaBelle Boy Scout troop receive their wings next week upon
unmercifully: by the Moore Haven ''on -a trunk line route, between the completion of their training
I I 'ton. were hosts Tuesday night to the
Terriers by a score of 52-2. The,,Miami and Lake City with through I will be appointedand Glades- course at Riddle-McKay Aero Col-
Three judges monthly meeting of the -
Terriers were faster, slightly heavier = !service twice daily each'way.. lege and within eight or nine
;, the prize winner in each group Hendry district and Court of Re
and despite numerous fumbles The Motor Lines have ,made ap- [ ChristmasEve. weeks will be in the thick of the
selected early
'' will be view.
played the Tigers off their feet plication for permission to operate combat back home, according ,to
The court of review was
I throughout the game. buses on an extension from Childs the' statement of Squadron Leader
A similar contest will be sponsored of W. C. Owen, commissioner,
In their first home game of the I I Crossing via Moore Haven, Clewi&- in Harlem. Scoutmaster Charles Benson of George Burdick yesterday. This is

season the Terriers defeated the ton and South Bay, thence over in the 'first class to graduate from the
interested competingare Clewiston J.
Anyone M. Couse and Scout-
Tigers by a score, of 26-0 but there State Road 26 to Miami. new training school.
asked to notify Mrs. P. M. master L. Hardy of Moore Haven
were few who believed ,that the If approval is granted, plans call I
Leader Burdick stated
McIntyre. Everyone is urged to en- and John Shutt, assistant execu-
this week would not be much for the operation of deluxe pull- ,
game ter and make this a''colorful ,Christ- tive of Sunny, Land Council of Fort that he was not certain just
closer. However the Terriers ex- man through bus service from mas for our English visitors. Myera. yet what ceremonies would attend,
celled in every department of play Lake City'to Gainesville Ocala,
Sherwood Hall received merit: the graduation of the class of ca- r
and the game was but a few min- Groveland, Lakeland, :
Leesburg, badges in automobiling' public dets. They will be guests the coming I
utes old ,when the result could be Bartow Lake Wales, Frostproof,
health, Medford ,Dunaway in cook- Saturday night at a dance to I
clearly'' foreseen. Avon Park, Sebring Moore Haven, DUFF HEADS XMAS ing and handicraft and,, received his be given at the Quarterdeck Club

Considerable color was added to I Clewiston and South' Bay to Miami., Star Scout rating and Sammy in Miami, and ordinarily, upon I

the game with the appearance of Not only will this through route SEAL DRIVE AGAIN' Young received his merit badge in their graduation, there would be a

the High School band for the first I'in central Florida shorten the running handicraft. 'Of ,the Moore Haven parade and presentation of wings.

I time -in uniform. Attired in their time two hours, but it will troop Jimmie Don Wilson receivedhis However Mr. Burdick, stated he

natty new uniforms of gold shirts, bring thousands. of tourists and FOR THIS ,COUNTYMayor merit badge in pathfinding and had had word from Canada yester-

blue trousers with gold seams and travelers through the, scenic lake Roy Lundy merit, badges in music day that the wings were not avail-

blue and gold caps they were led region and ridge section and afford and safety and his rating as Star able at this time and might not

onto the field just before the game direct connections with national F. Deane Duff, chairmanof Scout. One Fort Myers boy appeared reach' here in time for presentation. -

started by Dick: Schiffli as color I motor lines serving they west the Hendry County Committeeof to receive merit badges in ce- .

bearer and Miss Mauryne Prewitt,! and mid-west. Florida ,Tuberculosis and Health ment work and salesmanship. This 'The ,cadets are expected to complete !
as drum major. Stopping in front Another advantage is that thiscen'ttal the their at, I
Association and in ,charge of ;was Burnice Traylor. flying Saturday noon
of the 'stands their leader, F. G. I I Florida trunk line" service annual sale of Christmas seals has Following the Court of Review and on 'Monday and Tuesday of !

Sturchio, came forward and led I will give the residents and business started the 1941 sale, and asks that the usual barbecue supper was en- next week will be examined in I

them in "The Star Spangled Ban interests of 'Clewiston and the everyone do their part to make the joyed. ground school work. It was pointed r
They then were seated in the lake section convenient, fast thru
drive a success. Attending from Clewiston were out that any failure to pass these j
stands and played several numbers service either to Miami in one direction Many citizens have received this Jimmy Wilson, W. C. Owen, and examinations would prevent the I

during the game. ,or to Lake City and Tal- week letters containing a 'supply Charles Benson and scouts Junior cadets so, failing from receiving I
The Tigers drew first blood when lahassee in the other, a servicetha't of seals which they are asked to Martinez Sammy Young, Raymond their wings. All of the group will I
they blocked a Terrier kick and a has long been needed. keep and to send in the money for Trice, Albert' Stevens, Frank Conk- leave the school here as sergeantsin I

Terrier recovered behind the goal ,The new route will be the most : at once. Each sheet contains 'a hun- ling, Bobby and Billy Maynard'i the RAF and in Canada one !

line for a safety and two points interesting and picturesque from a dred stamps and 'are valued at Medford Dunaway, Brode-I third of the group will receive com-
but there was no real scoring threat travel standpoint as it will pene- $1.00.In rick and Senior Patrol Leader I missions as officers. None of the I

thereafter. Billy Perry made several !- (Contlnued: on Page 8) Sherwood Hall.Thomas group will know, until their arrival r
letter sent by Mr. Duff' with
nice runs and Elbert Hooker a in Canada whether or not I
made several sensational plays but Five Colored Draftees these seals he asks that even with they have been placed among the
conditions and Buys Large
they: went. for naught, the Terriers world as they are lucky third. They are scheduled to I
the fact that tuberculosis in Flor-
stopping every threat. Waldron' took Are Kept At ,Blanding':: Diston Island Tract leave next Thursday.
.' Perry's pass late in the second ida seems now a trivial thing, that :' From here the class will go di- I
'< ''*t. ', __ should and
4. / we vpefspective
ana a'ptfeared 'he ded fora
quarter : for shortstopover !
Canada a
'- --- ctly-to
consider that the' health of our nien '---=-' .., "
certain touchdown- but he was Of the seven colored draftees "",of ,a, few hours whicZias I
is of the utmost importance at
M. E. Thomas "
recently purchaseda
overtaken by the fleet-footed Roy and I
in New York,
been arranged
sent for service from the local
Lundy, Terrier quarter and brought this time. tract of 1640 acres of land, muck will await there passage back to
down on the seventeen yard line.A draft office last Monday only two He calls'attention to the fact I land semi-muck, .in' Diston, ''Island England. Upon arrival back home

rejected and five that cannot afford to weakenon Drainage District adjoining Road
Terrier kick was blocked in were were keptat we they will be placed in an operational +
the opening moments and a Terrier Camp Blanding to enter their'I the home' front by giving the 67 on the east"side and north of training unit for six weeks of j

player pounced on it behind the period of military training.The I silent foe, tuberculosis, a chance Nine-Mile Canal. The sale was combat training before boarding

goal line for the safety and the to destroy what the people of the handled by J. E. Beardsley, local their own ship to do battle with

only two points scored by the seven who reported were nation have built as happened I realtor. the Axis fliers. .1 i
Tom Adams, John Quincy Smith, twenty years ago. A land already -
Clewiston team. The ball was put portion of this has
I The present class:;: of thirtysevenis
in play on the Terrier 15 yard line Ljsonard Vaughn, Oscar Tolbert, Nine hundred and sixty-one fel- been plowed and planted in the remainder of the group of

and on the first play Elton Hall Clifford Smith and Johnnie Lee low Floridians were killed last year cabbage and it is understood that fifty who arrived at Carlstrom i

raced the remaining sixty-five yards Woodward Clewiston and Roger by this dread disease 'despite the all of the muck land will be put Field in Arcadia shortly before the '
for a score and Peeples kicked the unrelenting fight which is being in readiness for spring crops. The There-
William Moss Waynesville, Ala. opening of the school here. 1
point for an 8-2 lead. Before the waged. This fight can only be con-' semi-muck lands will probably be they received a portion of their- !

first quarter ended a lateral pass Smith and Vaughn were rejectedand tinued if the proper support is planted in, improved pasture, grasses primary training and several of the.

from Peeples to Hall carried to the returned home ,this week. given to the sale of Christmas for cattle raising.On group were sent back to Canada

Tiger 10 and Lundy went over for Beginning January 1 the draft seals ,which provides funds for the west side of Highway 67 because of failure to pass certain,

the score. Early in the third quar- 1 boards will send all registrants eli-i carrying, on. 'Mr. Beardsley and associates have requirements for flying. A few

ter Hall scored again after takinga gible for induction 'to the nearest Every citizen should, this year, \acquired approximately 3300 acres others have been ,sent back during
lateral from Moore and which includes almost all of the
board of army examiners for pre- place one of the seals on every their stay here. In Canada these
the half ended Paul Hendrix land north of Nine-Mile Canal and
car- liminary examination from thirtyto Christmas card or letter and a cadets will be trained as observers
+ ried over from the ten after Moore sixty days ahead of their in number of them on every. package between the highway and' Lake and for other duties where actual

had set up the ball in scoring .position duction.. This will lighten the load mailed. Hicpochee., Development of this flying knowledge is not necessary.All .
n with a' neat end large tract is planned for spring
run. for local medical examiners and : of the basic and advanced
,> The third quarter was well along will also prevent sending consid- crops. ,
,> a ; training has been received here anda. ;
when the Terriers scored af- Dade County Teachers !
again erable number of men to induction portion of the primary work.
ter taking advantage of Clewiston stations who will be
A HereA Glen Etherton Building Squadron LeaGer Burdick stated i
fumbles. Hendrix carried to the reporting there. Spend Day
that the first of cadets
Clewiston fifteen
and Moore ,went
The five examining boards for who arrived here after the openingof
New Tourist
over on the next play and kicked,
(Continued on Page 8) Florida will be stationed at Tampa group of forty-four membersof the school, now nearing comple-.

Orlando, Miami, Camp Bland- the Dade County Branch of tion of their primary training, had

ing, Tallahassee and Fort Barrancas. American Childhood Education ,Association Bussey began constructionthis established a record in that none

Mrs. Burgner Dies Miami being the nearesT of met in Clewis ton Satur1day. week of a new tourist, apart- of the fifty had as yet been drop

these points to Clewiston local reg ment unit for Glen Etherton at the ped.

After Long Illness istrants will likely be sent there The members lunched at the Sugarland Tourist Camp. The names of those who will

G. for examinations. Clewiston Inn and enjoyed a specially The new unit, of frame construc- graduate next week, many of whom

I conducted tour of the sugar tion with metal roof, will be simi- are well known in the community
Mrs. Thomas E. Burgner, 77, Durden Promoted house afterwards. Twelve of the lar in every respect to the several where they have been entertained
died at her home I
on Osceola Ave-
teachers remained for the night others in the group having two from time to time are: A. T. Bar- j

nue Sunday night following an ill- At Riddle FieldJ. and returned to Miami next day.. large rooms with kitchenette and ton, D. P. M. Bell, V. G. Bolam. I
ness of several months duration. I I
The teachers 'are of the first, private bath for each. J. Bradley, A. and H. L. Bradshaw
., Her death was not unexpected as
second and third grades in Dade 1S. H. and R. S. N. Brown, D. J,
she had been steadily failing for W. Durden, who has acted as county schools. Included in the Basketball League I Carpenter, W. J. Cleverly, A. G,
several weeks.
purchasing agent since the' opening group were Misses Ruth Williams, I Cook, W. H. Cowley W. M. Cox

: Mrs. Burgner moved with her of Riddle Field, west of Clewis- Lillian Toulhis, Charlotte Darcy, Planned For Area IF. N. Croll, D. T. Davies, K. Ed-

: -- husband to Clewiston about six ton was promoted this week to as- Doris Stockwell, Katie Dean, Ma- I wards, G. C.. Griffin, A. W. Gib

l months ago from Fellsmere, her sistant general manager, it was bel E. Tucker, Malvina Weiss, Ma I son, A. R. Hardy, G. D. L. Hirons t

husband being a molasses whole- announced Thursday by G. Willis bel Kummer, Helen Riddleberger, Twelve young men met Monday F. K. Knights, G. Lyons, I, W. Miller -

saler. She was a native of Canada Tyson, general manager of the Alice Eaton, Margaret Cruise, night at the Civic Center to or- C. A. Murphy, P. J. Page, M,
and moved to Florida with her field. Sarah F. Fuller J. Robinson, H. G,
Jane Owen, Alice ganize a town basketball team and A. Richardson,
f i.[ family from Omaha, Nebr., in 1926. James Brannan of Moore Haven Morris: Edith Ely, Helen Alexander to discuss plans for the creationof Sherwood, K. Smith F. G. Stewart -

- Funeral services were held at who has been Mr. Durden's as- Ruth Fawcell, Mary McK. a six-team basketball league for J. R. C. Townsend, J., R. Wal- j

the St. Helen's 'Catholic Church ins sistant will replace him as pur- Smith, Leah Kraemer, Jean Davi- this section. I her A. V. Watson, H. O. Williams

Vero Beach Wednesday afternoon chasing agent.BOGAIIT son, Wilma Cussell Mary Anne Teams considered and which it D. Wilson and E. Wilson.'
with the Rev. Fr. officiating
: Mullally Qhesborough, Helen Lundeline, is understood are now organizing
and interment was in the Vera BUYS HOME Dorothy Paulk:, Thelma McCormick, are Belle Glade, Clewiston, South NEW PASTOR AT CHURCH

\44 Beach cemetery. Fee Mortuary of OX OSCEOLA AVENUE Irma Jacques, Frances Tatum, Esther -, Bay, Moore Haven and two teams FOR NEXT TWO MONTHSDr.

I' Fort Pierce had charge of arrange- ( Brattlewaite, Margaret Clark, from Riddle Field.

ments. Deane G., Bogart, who is employed Sara 'Wynn, Thelma Rogers, Mrs. 1 I Jimmy Wilson was elected manager -I Edward Bryant:::Landis is expected -

Mrs. Burgner is survived by her here with the U. S. Geological (Sara Rountree, Sadie Wender,I and coach and plans were discussed -' to arrive here :},M&.., ,'* -afternoon -

husband and by their only daugh- Service recently purchased a homeat ,Marie Alvarez. for raising necessary funds.I' to act; sg supply pastor of theImmunity

ter, Mrs. E. B. Seegars. Mrs. See- the corner of West Osceola Ave- I Mr. and Mrs. Sulgner, Misses Lu- Attending were-"George Crowe, Sam Church for -t'be. next

f"! gars, with her husband, made her nue and Arcade Street from the jcile Cunningham, Marjorie Raulerson Lang, Ed Von. Much; Jiinior "Waters two months. At the end 'of this

home with her parents here but Clewiston Realty and Development Victoria Rouning, Mary Fullerton .- Ji'fiimyx 'Wilson, Bud Vaughn, dme! Dr.. Landis may be retained '

!: at the time of her mother's death Corporation. The home was recently Hanna Mack, BeatriceStep-_ Bob l\Uller. J. B. Brantley, Raymond :by the church as regular pastor.
was confined to a WestPalm vacated by Mr. and Mrs. N. V. kin, Mrs. N. H. Jones and l\litorie and Clyde Polk, Harold Bal Regular services will be held atthe

Beach hospital for treatment. S. Mumford. Ann, Mrs. Wm., J. Hayes; lard and others. 1 church Sunday morning. t I



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Dean of The Moody Bible Institute every man were takenat
INSTALLMENT FOUR Chicago. his own valuation, there
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THE STORY SO FAR: Larry Cutter ally suggested she could realize her him additional money for work on his wouldn't be half enough halos to
fell In love with Jacqueline '(Jack) Anthony dreams by,marrying him Her broker Inventions. In a' fit of despair, Jack accepted go around.
pretty public stenographer at the entered before she could reply and informed Larry's proposal. She agreed to Lesson for November' 30 The simplest and most ordinary'
Hotel Raj'near. While he was dic- her that her life's savings had meet him at dinner to make arrangements
things areoflen'the most difficult to
tating an Imaginary letter, she told him been wiped out. Only a month before, for their marriage.Now .
about her longing for travel. lIe casu- her father had left her when she refused continue with the story. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected grasp, says a writer. Such as the soap
and copyrighted by International in the bath.
7: # 1 r 7k Xthe # Council ofpermission. Religious Education; used by

At six o'clock, Jacqueline was in to do. You'll see that when address on the back of an enve- The more you gad about, ,the
a quandry. She decided to give the you think it over. You'll find a few lope. CHRISTIAN LOVE less chance there is of your be-
cafeteria a wide berth, and make government bonds there. They're "Would eight o'clock, be too ing home when opportunity

excuses later. But six-fifteen found yours to use as you like. Incidentally early?" LESSON TEXT-John 13:34 35; I Corinthians knocks at your door.
her with a tin tray in hand staring there's a receipt showing they "I'll be ready." 13113. So many of the people who
aimlessly at arrays of food that were purchased by me and in my There surely couldn't be much left GOLDEN TEXT-We love him, because he flatter themselves,that they are
held no inducement. She finally selected own name .. from the Guaranty to discuss now.But Mr. Cutter still first loved us.-I John 4:19. I dreamers are merely sleepers.

chicken croquettes with Trust. So you needn't worry about seemed preoccupied as he slowly
cream gravy, a concoction she par- the source. Property of the holder, rapped, the bowl of his pipe on the interest Many important things enlist the
ticularly loathed. of course." ash tray. He looked up with a quick need to of the Christian, but we Teach Yourself to Type
Jacqueline selected a table in a Jacqueline nodded her head help- jerk of his head. lest we neglect what
Jesus declared to be the first and
far corner where she could watch lessly. "I'm afraid all this has been pretty With Aid of New Booklet
Something told him that the first be great commandment-that we love
the door. one-sided. I don't want it to '
Six-forty-five and no sign of Mr. skirmish in his battle was won. that way. Is there anything you that God; and its necessary sequel-
Cutter. His smile faded as Jacqueline want to ask me?" we love our neighbor. If loveis LEfT HAND RIGHT HANDGood
easily. looked at him steadily to ask, "How "Nothing." forgotten (and who can deny that i
Jacqueline breathed more it often is in our day?), the very ;
She would give him until seven. many parties must there be in a "What a good little sport you are. foundations ;
remarked cheer- contract?" He said it warmly, half to himself are shaken. We needa Q W E OR TOY U I D OP OO
"Hello there, a revival
of Christian, love.I. .
ful voice. There smiling down overa "Two, supposedly. Why? ''I don't want to seem mysterious, S D F OG H OJ K L' Ox
Love-A Mark of
"Because you have signed this, but I'd rather like to have you Discipleship-
LarrimoreH. z cOv
well heaped tray, was (John 13:34: 35). Q
but There's no place for my well, trust me for a little time.
Cutter of Montreal. k Do you want to ,know whether a I. 111o
name anywhere. There are some things that .
"So sorry I'm late." He. depositedthe "I know that," he responded with "Please," Jacqueline interruptedin man is a Christian? Find out

tray on the table. "I've" been quick gruffness. "I'm not asking you a low voice. .You, have askedme whether he loves his brethren. Such

busy with our contract. to sign. I told you I wasn't asking for nothing and I I signed, .is the ,test Jesus gives in these'

Jacqueline achieved a faint "Oh"in for anything Now." too. If you mean all 'that you'vr verses.
response to Larry Cutter's breezy I "But you would be willing to let said ." 1. Commanded. It is the will

reference to their marriage. After I me not be fair. I can't do "And I do. Absolutely." and purpose of God, that the followers r
all, that was what he meant by i that. I gave you my word. Please "Then there is nothing to talk of Christ should have a real love
that "contract." In the face of it, make some dotted lines for me." about now. If you don't mind, I'd for one another. It is not to be a

the bride-to-be's formal greetingthe In silence, Larry reached for the like to go home." matter of impulse or chance, but
one she believed she had pre- paper and produced a fountain pen. "Where's your check?" Larry demanded the love God has for us should con-
paredevaporated.There abruptly. strain us to love one another. Thusis e

was something very com- "I have it." Jacqueline's hand love'
pelling about this man, an easy assurance closed over it.III prefer to pay it 2. Exemplified. God has lovedus.
in all that he said and did. myself," she added firmly. He does love us. How infinitely

Larry ventured a few common- "Just as you say." much is wrapped up in these simple
place remarks as he proceeded lei- The little stenographer pushed words! He even gave His Son to Touch Typist Wins Jobs.

surely through his meal. Jacqueline's back her chair, walked quickly to die for us because He loved us with

replies were even more com- the cashier's boothand, paid for her (John 3:16). How then can we with- TYPING glance at away the keys! never It a
monplace. She felt thoroughly dinner. She took the occasion to hold our love from Him and from look tricky to you, if you're a job-
helpless-like a prisoner awaiting slip the folded'contract into her bag. one another? seeker without such training.
sentence.She "I am going out the lower en- II. Love-A Christian Grace (I
was not kept in suspense long. /l trance," she told him. Cor. 13). Really, touch typing's so simple
Larry summoned a bus boy and had "I see. I wish you'd take a cab In a world where hatred prevails, you can teach it to yourself, witha

the table cleared. Then he draggedout home. Please. I will not see you and is in fact glorified, this chapter keyboard chart like the one in

his inevitable briar and filled it tomorrow Until Saturday at I needs to be read and reread. We our sketch. .

carefully. eight. You can get word to me here, find that love is
Through a faint haze of smoke of course But I hope you won't 1. Essential (vv. 1-3)). Life has Prepare for a job with the aid of our
new 32-page booklet. Has keyboard chart,
she watched Mr. Cutter burrow in want to. Good night and thank many excellent gifts and men quite exercises, speed drills to train you In
an inner pocket. "Here we are," he you." properly seek after them. How do touch typing. Includes rules for typing

announced gravely, spreading a pa- Jacqueline did take a cab to they compare with love, and what English; business, social and official letters -
per on the table and carefully Courtland street. The gloomy privacy do they amount to apart from love? tables of figures. Send your order to:

smoothing out its folds. of the lurching taxi was a haven Glowing, angelic eloquence; the far-

Instead of proffering the document ."These tion-to the day's strain seeing eye of the prophet; the attainments READER-HOME SERVICE

; Larry laid his hand on itand ... possessed her. of knowledge and cul- 635 Sixth Avenue New York City
J removed his pipe from his mffuth. Was that what she had become? ture; mountain-moving faith; lib Enclose 10 cents In coin fqr your
His dark were fixed intentlyon eral-hearted copy of TEACH YOURSELF TOUCH
eyes A chattel .' ? charity; martyr-like TYPEWRITING.Name. .
Jacqueline's face. Safe within her little apartment, self-sacrifice-without love they are
the and ................................
He picked up paper gaveit the door closed and locked, she felt all as nothing. Apart from Christ
a final worried glance. "If I have secure. The soft lights, the familiar and His love operating in our Address..............................

overlooked anything, please don't furnishings brought a sudden sense hearts and 'lives the worthiest at-

hesitate to say so" of peace. For the first time since tainments of men are vain and

He, reversed the paper and pushed.t IMI_flIIN_.__,_._ .... ___...._._____n_ she had established herself there, empty. Love is the very essence ofa
across the table rather reluctantly. she had a longing for companion. satisfying and useful life. sor
Jacqueline stared down at it. "What a good little" sport ship. If only there were someoneto 2. Effective (vv. 4-7)). Does love t-

Its surface was covered with blurred you are. whom she could talk. really work, or is this just a fine-

lines that gradually proved to be a Jacqueline leaned forward and Sleep was quite out of the ques- sounding but obsolete theory? It

man's flowing handwriting. Vigorous watched him jab a neat row of inky tion, activity of some sort impera works. -
script. There were paragraphs, dots just above his signature. tive. Think of the things in life which \ ,.

boldly numbered. She forced her- When he had finished, he held out Jacqueline opened the door of her irritate and depress us; then put
self to pick up the sheet and start the pen. Jacqueline took it and, wardrobe and stood looking at the opposite them the qualities Chris-

reading.It :. wi fh steady fingers, wrote her name neat rows of dresses and gowns sus- tian love as given in verses 4 to 7,
was like reading something ina in small neat characters. pended on their hangers. At the and you will agree that what this
dream. But there was no mistakein "There," she said. small shoes in orderly array. Hatboxes world needs most of all is love.

the meaning of those numbered Larry drew a long breath as he on a shelf and a smart little Remember that talking about loveor

paragraphs. They set out plainly accepted his pen. "You always week-end bag reading about it or studying it due to Constipation//
that Jacqueline Anthony would be- would be terribly square about No. She wasn't going anywhere.Just ,in the Sunday school] will not makeit
come the wife of Larrimore H. Cut- things," he told her in a low earnest for a brief auto ride. And that effective. We must put it into Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable

ter, in consideration of certain voice. "I knew that from the very brown ensemble was her going away practice. Why not start now? You Laxative Powder an intestinal
agreements by "said Cutter." first. You can't understand what this costume. Her wedding dress! She will be surprised at the results. tonic-laxative-actually bowel tones lazy
muscles.It helps relieve that
Miss Anthony was under no obligation means to me It will take' was standing here staring at her 3. Eternal (vv. 8, 12). Many sluggish feeling. Take as directed
to relinquish her maiden years." He caught himself. "There's trousseau gifts are only temporary in their on label.15 doses for only 10 cents.
name, or mode of living. Save as one other thing we really should set- A strange little sound broke the usefulness; in fact, almost every- Large family size 25 cents.

she saw fit. The same freedom existed tle tonight." silence of the room a stifled thing that man makes or does
with regard to any associationwith "What do you want me to do hysterical laugh. It was years be- (apart from his service for God) is II I

the "said Cutter" during the now?" Jacqueline spoke in that fore morning came. transient. Even so vital a' matteras I
life of the agreement. The mar- small flat tone again, for the first Mr. Cutter kept his word about prophecy shall one day find its

riage seemed rather an incidental time. The dark blue eyes were sud- Friday. There was no sign of him end in fulfillment. Hope shall

thing. After six months, if she so denly bewildered, tired. around the lobby. Jacqueline was eventually find its longing expectation Misspent Genius

desired, Miss Anthony might extend "Nothing very bad. This is grateful for that. Not that she real- satisfied. Faith will be justifiedin Some people have a perfect gen-

the terms Or tear up the con- Thursday I want you to marryme ly wanted to see him, but a glimpseof seeing what it has believed. ius for doing nothing, and doing it
tract and be free. "
Saturday morning. those broad shoulders would have
I Childish things will. be put away by assiduously.-Thomas C. Haliburton. -
It all was quite as she recalled Jacqueline received this latest request been reassuring in a way. the full-grown man, knowledge will .
the earnest oral account. All except from Larry Cutter with some- Fortunately, Friday proved to bea increase and darkness disappear.But 4TO

thing bordering upon apathy. If he rather busy day in the small of- love-love is eternal. It never
A sudden color suffused her said this was Thursday, he probablywas fice. That was a help. Although fails and will never fail. God is
cheeks. She shook her head and right. He had a disconcertingway quite to Jacqueline's own surprise, love and God is eternal. From all 01, ( -
looked up with consternation show- of being right, or seeming to she found herself looking forward to eternity and unto all eternity love < VLU
ing in_ her blue eyes. be. The past twelve hours had beenan Saturday's adventure with an unexpected f OF
continues. Therefore, we agree
"Something wrong? age. Tomorrow would be Friday. feeling of calm. Cfruickfy>$6
with Paul who in the verse preced-
Larry's heart sank. What had he Then Saturday Her only item of preparation for LIQUIDTABLETS
ing this chapter (I Cor. 12:31) says
done? Why not? It fitted well enough the event was a call upon Mr. Archi- 666 SALVE
He could not know that the girl into this mad scheme of things.Mr. bald Potter in his office on the that while you may covet the best COUCH NOSE DROPS DROPSBEACONS
gifts here is the excellent
was wondering what kept her from Cutter was. explaining. "Idon't mezzanine. She wondered if there

tearing the paper to bits. wish to seem to arrange every- would be an objection to her closingthe -love.
Let be about this. Loveis
"Tell me, he begged in a low thing, but here's the plan I had in office for the, forenoon. us
tone. "It's all right." mind. We can take my car and "I should think you might do it. not a substitute for regeneration, of
"I couldn't and certainly regeneration is no excuse -
do that she
run over across the State line. I'll leave word at the desk and arrange -
for lack of love. Read John 13:
faltered. v They're very liberal in their ideasof to have one of the girls up
"Do what? Which paragraph is 34, 35 again and remember that, if SAFmTY
weddings We can get a license here take care of any emergencycases.
it?" and have it over with in Go ahead. Have a good we are Christ's disciples we will
"Four." Jacqueline managed it an hour. You don't work Saturday time." count it a high privilege to keep Like a beacon light on r

with a little gulp. afternoons, do you?" That strange feeling of loneliness this first and great commandmentof the height-the advertise-

"Oh that one? But of course "Not often." assailed her when she covered her love. ments in newspapers direct

you can! I told you this was strictlya "How. about taking the morningoff typewriter and lowered it into the Dependence on God you to newer, better and

business proposition, until you ?" desk for the night. No. until Poverty in any shape helps to stir easier ways of providingthe
were ready to make it something "I I ",
suppose might The sensation persisted
Monday. as
of need
in dispositionto
man a sense a needed
__ else. You, will. But now I'm "Seeing that it's a sort of special she put the office in order. It was consider himself as dependent things or
glc.'i mentioned it. I was forgetting occasion desired. It shines, this
you "I thinkit
Larry smiled. almost as if she never were coming The real puzzle of life consists not '
-_ would be a. good idea to get an beacon of newspaper
'- back to the familiar little room. in the fact of widespread poverty but I
He dragged a loflg" r.. h .from: early start. If you'll tell me where After all, Jacqueline Anthony in that of widespread affluence; advertising-and it will be

that same inner pocket.: "yOtt UV: .JI'A -drop, -'-.,around and pick wasn't coming back. When she in the fact that so many are suf- to your advantage to follow
"It's only right that you should you up." ,__ came in here again, she would bea ficiently endowed with "goods" as to I it whenever you

have security for what you're doing "Nine hundred and seven, 'Co. married woman a bride believe they can live by them, and so make a purchase.r .
for me. I wouldn't have it oth- land -
any caning to work.
cease to look for their true life: to
er way. It's the one sensible thing Jacqueline watched him scrawl I -- -TO- CONTINUED) God their Father.-E. Lyttleton. J




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bridesmaids wear black, and instead
A teaspoon of baking powder in itl
of being maidens
young are
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PEEVE old women. The Chinese surname
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.. hand instead of the hand of the
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If food burns in a pan, shake a launched
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Grumbling Business
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ing; no talent, no self-denial, no
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I! one to "shut-up" in Miss Neely's|I NAVY RECRUITER TO BE I opportunity awaiting the men who

The Clewiston News -c:: OOY ictti presence. IN SEBRING FOR 12 DAYS enlist in the Navy at the present
Esther 'and Juanita went to the I I
time, as there are more vacanciesin
THE STAFF circus and oh' the fun! The United States Navy, now en-
every FrldlIn Clewiston than there to
Published ratings are, men
Florida, by. the CLEWISTON NEWS, Elizabeth Winn ................, Humor Yours truly is singing: "I'm go-" gaged in a recruiting campaign to "
Tnc. ing to the garden and eat ,worms. bring it up to the size needed for fill them.
Pienitt ...... Chief reporter I -
Blauryne; O'Neill .__ .._ Society the present state of emergency, will ,Anyone interested in the Navy
KnVTHLrJY nO"'DF.X, Editor i j 1 Juanita Jeanne Burkctt--........."._-_'_...., Faculty SIXTH GARDEN CLUB I open' recruiting sub-station in will be welcomed at the substationin

!'Dorothy Knight ...._....__ Sketches The boys of the 6th Grade Gar-; Sebring for twelve days _beginning Sebring from December 1st, to
) Monday, December 1st. The sub- I 12th.,
Entered as second class mail matter Bainard Letter and den Club, went to the ridge Monday .J
Clewiston February,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Pest the Office Act or In Kemper Bond __..._......._ Sports!: afternoon to get the branches,' station will be located in the officeof

March 3, 1897.Mibscriptlon Marianne Jones ...._...._...._ Clubs for the arbor; in our garden. The! the Sebring American and will McINTYRES PURCHASE
Jintniy Paul ...-_.....-....._.._ Reporter seeds we planted in our plots are I be in charge. of O. J. Purdom, Machinist's HOME FROM W. E. BOLTONMr.

fate $2.00 Per Year. Gloria McDuffie _nn-... SpecialtiesClass coming up and we hope to have a.\\I Mate First Class.
Reporters better garden than ever this year. Purdom, formerly of Manaitee and Mrs. P. M. McIntyre
Advertising flu tes On Application. I county, has served for 15
II Betty McDuffie, Philip McLeod, years in have purchased the former home of
I Gloria. McDuffie, Beulali Gut ll"i(::. BASKETBALL"TIGERETTES" the Navyin the submarine service.He Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bolton on Arcade
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -I w 1"* was a member of the crew of Avenue and are now making
of Clewiston and Hendry County. the U. S. S. Falcon, Submarine
with I their home there. Mr. and Mrs.
---- -- HONOR ROLL Basketball season opens Salvage vessel which raised the Bolton recently moved into the T.
the prospects for a bigger, better," sunken 'S-4 and the Squalis.
B. Shelley property which they
'Ie, M E.'\ n r R First Grade and more successful season than
says "there is a great purchased.
FLORIEK PRESS ASSOCIATION\ \ John De Valcourt, Mary Faye Clewiston has ever had. With about j
1 1_ Cross Andrews, ,Evelyn Haven, Virginia they two dozen have .girls into it putting, we hope everything to give]I ;_NNNNN, :..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:.;:..:-:

Claire Jones, Janice Magill. our opponents more than one headache 's.s.. +

,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Second Grade during the current year. All .: y y
Emma Jane Ezelle, Joan Sutton, cigarettes candy, sodas, and late rr'EIIIC"- ':'

a RAMBLING' Joan Harris, Beth Gardner, 'Helen dates are being put aside, for a few !
Douglas, John Himrod, -Howard months, and real practice is taking .t

.:..:...:..:..:..: ..:.,:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:... )I Ashley. their place. We hear a. TownTeamis y
Third Grade being organized! Well, that's y
Diary entries at the conclusion Sue Holland, Charles Okerstrom, just fine! Old team-mates will .. V

of Thanksgiving Day. Triedto Wayne Shelfer, Joyce Turner, Edwin meet, but with a new and stronger I V's
Awoke early this morning. determination for a School Vic-
Messer, Eleanor Von Mach, y
leap eagerly from bed to greet I y
Rachel Miner, Carol Alston tory. We challenge you to a good, e
the new 'Say. Remembered just In clean game, whenever you can : Is NOT V Y
I I Grade
time it is a holiday, so thankfully Fourth spare the time. GLUTTONOUS V
head, a Gilbert Stiles, John Williams, V
pulled the pillow over my I'M NOT Y
la Ginger Rogers, for another Harry Vaughn, Gene Land, Jimmie I r V
blessed hour or so. Johnson, Skippy Cothern, Kay Bow- POINSETTIA BROKEN Av 'f

After sleepy-e>ed and rather den, Kenneth Blocker, Bobby ,Ber- Another poinsettia has been i: '
Juanita Turner, Ann Slonaker, '-
sketchy breakfast, went leisurely ner broken off. Hallowe'en night a
about the business of straightening Ruth Okerstrom, Margaret Him- beautiful white one was destroyed.It .
-- up the house. Sons No. 1 and No. 2 rod, June Collier, Beatrice Cock- seems to me the high school A

were off to their respective cele- ran, Shirley Benbow. students should have enough principle : I
brating of no-school-and-no-kinder- Fifth Grade and pride for the school tat o I ::
:s: on Page Eight)
for them to Richard McLeod, '
garten-today. Thankful Jack Davis, least leave the plants alone that Y
'enjoy a peaceful day of play. In Billy' Toulis, Danny Martin, Char- the school garden club children : Y.
some countries mothers do not les Miner, Robert Wiandt, Fred have planted. : ...-'"' ''r. ...., :
feel so comfortable about their Young, Nadine Andrews, Christine_ ::: V"" r,; .

children today.No. Espenlaub, Louise Jones, CorrineVon FOURTH GRADE GARDEN CLUBBy s i
2 Son returned in late midmorning Mach, Shirley Oweu, Maurie,
insisted he was practically Rogers. JOHN WILLIAMSWe 1i.i.:. Decide now that within the next few X

starved. Toast and two scram Sixth: Grade I met in our room Monday
bled eggs remedied situation. Marion Phillips, Joyce Phillips, morning and planned a weiner. months, you'll sit down to eat in your :

Thankful for that enormous appetite Doris Strickland, Carlene Berner; roast for Tuesday night on the ::t:: home Through: our .amortized mortgage -
and thankful for the toast and Dick Schiffli, Shirley Krueger, Ed- Ridge. Pickles, mustard, catsup :
eggs _to satisfy it. die Conkling, Anthony Toulis, Clifford I and weiners' were brought. Afte; ::.:: plan, you can build or buy your ,:}.

A steak dinner (what, no turkey? Beatty, Ernest Smith, Alfred I eating we all played games and :: own home NOW! Stop in and talk with ::
demanded the sons. When are we Dunaway, Jeanette .Humphries. had a fine time.F. i
going to have Thanksgiving?) Seventh Grade :: one of our officers about it. :

"However, ,did ample duty by one Louise Prewitt, Mary Louise I F. A. NEWS +v, X
of Mr. Redish's best cuts. Thank-
Thomas Jo Ann Crouch. X
ful they enjoyed the substitute for Eighth Grade I By PHILIP McLEOD + +

turkey and thankful for the bet- Elsie Martin, Wanda Shelfer. The Clewiston' Chapter FFA held
ter half, who delights in cooking Ninth Grade its regular meeting Monday night

:steak., (Df course that was the reason ,Elizabeth Reed, Bruce Beards- I At the 'opening' ; of the meeting a ydMS=. y:

for the steak, instead- of 'turkey i ley, Nick Schiffli. program was given' which was enjoyed :: V
). : by all. After that businesswas .
Twelfth Grade
A nap after dinner. More thanks, discussed. : t trcd V
Mary Johnson. X
-siestas are very rare. __ The chapter has, now squash, a y:: ':..'
In late evening recalled that tomorrow I cabbage seed bed and a few straw- :::

Red Cross wants garments ANNUAL STAFF berry plants planted. : .. ..................................................................
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turned in. Sat down to complete An Annual staff has' been ---------.---------------------------------------- ---- ----- - - -
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last dress in layette with heart full I I as follows: -. .:..?-:...:..:..:..:-:...:..:..:.*******:**:***********:***c-*..*..*..*..*..*..*..*..*..*..*..*-*-*-*..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:...:..: ..:..:..:..:..:.:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:...: :..:..:..:..:.::...:i
'of thanks that we in America are I I[Editor ........................ Louise Roath *:*NNNNNH. ;:.:NN:.1NNN:NNNNNMNN:..:N..:.:..:..:NNNN.NN1:..:..;N:..:N.L:..:,.:..:..::-:N;..;.:I:..;NNNNM H.NMN-.:N..:NNH.N..:M NHN H:..:.':NN: ?

:able and willing to help ,our neigh Asst. Editor ........ Gloria McDuffie : : ?y

bors across the sea at a time when Sports Editor .....:.. Barnard Leiter .5..5. v XX
they are in need. Thankful, too, xt
Business I .
Managers-Gus Cantrell, ....
for the certainty that if >
our posi- Elbert Hooker. :
tions were reversed' our friends ,Script-Marianne' Jones, Mauryne I:::;:: :i. ENJOY AN :::.j'V

:across the sea would be" as willing Prewitt. I
and anxious to help us "as we are ; n

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And so to bed, with the realiza- '"
tion that after all Christmas is By RUTH OKERSTROMWith :::: < :. : :::A t
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one short month away. Prepara- ,! the $2.00 which we won :
tions practically nil. So thankfulit 'for 'the P.-T. A. Attendance Priz, :::: -,':'' .' HOME ,) *:$i:

isn't next week. we had a Thanksgiving party Tuesday ',:.' ..,JLi
afternoon. We ate our refresh- y::: 7':( ::::
FOR SALE-House ments of ice cream and cake in -- -;' -'" AV .,-r".- .,,:.. .:'" '
trailer: Ac- -
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our room and then went outside to :::: ':'
commodates 4. '
Heater. Conveni- .:....:. : :
play We ''"
games. all ,
enjoyed our- Ii
ences. Cheap for cash.
Place, Dena rid. Murray selves very much. Mrs. Carl John-' :::;: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :::
son, our room mother, and Mrs. : jA
(It) Williams were our guests. :::A: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :ii:::

------ THANKSGIVING PROGRAMA \ :*.:*:X: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently : *

Thanksgiving(2nd grade.)WelcomeJoanHarris .....;.....}_:. 1 and economically. i: !':

Good FarmLand Haven Thanksgiving(llth grade.Prayer) Esther :::: @ One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or i yy?

Turkey Talk-Play ((1st grade.) ::!:::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate AX

Thanksgiving Song-5th and 6th :: radio for is ii:::i:
grade girls. :::: your most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY : .

The. First ThanksgivingEntireschool. :...::...: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you' use. :'i'::xY: .

tor Rent ful.-All.Song-"America, ..-The Beauti-, I ]. .- @ That is why it is so easy to have 'and enjoy a home :.ii.:.:.:

/ The program was given Wednesday :_:::: .. that IS' all electric an d.:ty i:
at 2:30 P. M., in the auditor-, + X
: ium of the new building

I The last' school activity before :...*... ,..:.

,_, "I we all_ went home for a holiday was

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ProsecutedClewiston Gabbin' .:.'i' VA
One night a little sophomore .:'..:. &
took his girl to the show .:...
or may- ; <.
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be she took him! I don't know XAiA: ss. '
which. Most people she XA
say walked
out on him but she says he walk- XAA AUV f*

ed out on her. When asked why, y'' i$
he said: "Aw heck, she wouldn't "

7 rRealty, U e v bivfnEuL And i cooperate.Take it"from me,. don't tell anyl'1OiC4.LE I IJ II Glades Power and Light Co. II I

-My seven room house, ,.... ,
Corporation '
bath, 1 % : t I
acres'fi1l_soil. FUr- .. ,.'
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C. H. Miller and and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell. Glenda Ezelle, Mrs. A. L. Hackett Mrs.;' RIDDLE EMPLOYEES ENJOY
Mr. and Mrs.
r and Charles Leslie of Sue has been quite ill with pneumonia H.. C. Jones, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs.E. DANCE AT NEW HANGAR
tons, last week of but messages yesterday indicate E. Kelly, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs.P. .
Tampa were guests she is much improved.Mr. M. McIntyre, Mrs. Z. G. Meredith A large crowd or *ocai young
Personals Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller. Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. N. people, the employees of Riddls-

the and Mrs. W. G. Mathis and V. S. Mumford, Mrs. C. J. Neilson, McKay Aero College with their
Dick Patterson, student children spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. G. B. Rack- wives and girl friends, enjoyed a

! t University of'weekend'at Florida, is' his spendingTbanksgiving' home friends and relatives in Tampa straw, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs.L. 'barbecue and dance given by the j

L Mrs. Melvin Pape was a business Miss Kathleen Lewis accompanied L. Spicer, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, company at their new hangar last

visitor in Fort Myers Friday. here. them on their return to Clewiston Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. R. W. Saturday evening.,

1T'* and Miss Marcia Thursday evening and is spending Turk, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. F. \ The dance had been planned for
;\.' Mrs. Dave Alston spent Wednesday Wilbur Sunday with MissAvant's the week-end with her sister, Mrs. E. Conkling, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.Dean the coming Saturday night after

't and Thursday in Miami.. Avant visited aunt Mrs. M. L. Tyson in W. W. Perry, and family. I King Mrs. W. G. Mathis, 'the completion of the hangar but
I Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mrs. W. because of the dance in Miami for

I[' Miss Mary Markette visited St. Cloud. Bob and Dan Beardsley and P. Vaughn, Jr. Members of the the graduating cadets on that night

F friends in Lake Worth Sunday. Moye Bishop returned home from Junior Garden Club were Carline the dance for the employees was
and -
. Mr. and Mrs.. C. W. Holt -
: University of Florida Wednesdayto Berner, Niven Garner, Beth Gar- set up a week. The huge hangar
" Bradenton spent
fet*':: Mr. ,and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were daughters Thanksgiving of with Mr. and Mrs.B. spend the Thanksgiving week- ner, Emma Jane Ezelle, Dick Schiffli was not much more than half complete -

.. visitors in Palm Beach Sunday. end with their parents. They were John Schiffli. Bub Mills and but there was ample space
f J. Schroeder.
'!I. accompanied home by Kermit Dell, Joan Crouch. for dancing on the new concrete

r-: '. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox spent of Mr.: and a former classmate at Pahokee floor An orchestra from Fort
Smith son.
': holiday week-end in Miami and Harlan Dye of Myers furnished music.,
the School
\ Mrs. R. N. Smith, returned Wed- High PLANS MADE FOR ANNUAL I
------ Lee Memorial Hospitalin Gainesville who are, the house COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TREE G. W. Tyson, general managerof
". from
] : : :. Wm. P. Bell, Jr. spent last week nesday ill with guests of the Beardsley boys. the field pointed out that this '
Fort Myers. Bobby was '
" '> ': end at his home in West Palm affair was strictly for employeesand
) pneumonia for several, days. A joint committee from the I
_ XBeach. NOWLING members of their families but
::,j" .. MRS. R. C.
'f..' ." __ ___ ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB American Legion and the Garden that such dances will be held periodically
f Mr. and-Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., were Pat McGehee, who is attending Club met at the home of Mrs. E. in the future at which

( visitors in West Palm Beach. ., on Embry-Riddle School of Aeronautics Mrs. R. C. Nowling entertained L. Stewart Tuesday evening to the cadets will be given an opportunity -
.. in Miami, was in Clewiston
\ >,. :Saturday of last. week. ". members of her bridge club at her make plans for the CommunityChildren's to. reciprocate for the many
C' <
Satuiday and Sunday. Pat came up
.. Christmas party in the
: ------ F"J"'" home Tuesday evening, serving a entertainments given them by the
: solo trips.
: his cr ss- ountry
'.'"" \. Mrs. T. B. Shelley of 1\iaml'lwas, quail supper before the card game. park. people of neighboring communities. -

(; "<., a business visitor here the first Her tallies and prizes carried out Preparations were made to furn- .
:Mrs. Charles H. John-
::-..k: Mr. and
of the week. :..- the Thanksgiving theme. ish treats for 1200 children of
,, son and Mrs.! H. V. Stengel of
; : I of Mrs. C. E. Nall won a pocketbookas pre-school age and children up to f
Sarasota guests yesterday '
.J. . Paul Rardin of Canal Point was Mr. and were Mrs. Carl Johnson and first prize, and Miss Mae Pal and including the fcth 1> grade in FOR SALE-1939 Buick 4-door II

,r' ',,> a business visitor in Clewiston family. mer linens as second prize. Others school. Family baskets will. also Sedan, 15,000 miles, in good con- I

\\L L'c.. ;Wednesday. playing were Mrs. Carl Johnson,, be distributed. dition. $550.00 cash. Mrs. Agnes! I

. Mr. and Mrs. Dean King, Mrs. Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. Blanche Representing the Legion were F. Henricksen. I

.;f">;':.' : Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Blanche Turner and Miss Shirley Turner, Mrs. Joe Schroeder and Deane Duff, E. M. Cornette: R. M. ( .) ) NIt.

};)"'.,. Mr. and Mrs. ''R. C. Wilson spent- Hunter enjoyed a deep-sea fising Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Bishop. Representing the Garden I

*" .," yesterday in Miami. Beach Thurs- Club were Mrs. O. A. Jones: Mrs.P. I
. ; trip to West Palm -
"r, :' ------ t
. day. FOR WATCH AND CLOCK repairs,
:- _> .' Miss Evelyn Burhans left Wed- LUNCHEON WEDNESDAY, and Mrs. W. E. Dilley.
"'' See C. C. Hasty, Espenlaubs Ma- I
the Thanksgiving
: to spend
;:-" : nesday w Leo
C and
:j-i ;-.: '.' holidays at her home in Umatilla. Englehardt Mrs. Solon and daughter Beverly, Mrs. Fred Hunziker was hos, chine Shop. I II

a 1),;_' tess at luncheon at Riddi Field IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? (It.) I
i io
of Fort Myers spent ThanksgivingDay
V Walston and Herbert iI
: Mrs. Ellis Wednesday noon entertaining MrsC.
E. C.
here with Mr. and Mrs.
f : .) Walston are spending the week-end L. Moran, Miss Katherine Moran .... ...... .. ..,.. ......... ...... .... . . ... . .... ,.
CMj J jMj
x relatives. Mills.J. J J Jw3 jM2 y:N : :i : : : :i i : 1i1ON: : :i i i iiN NN M :i i i iiN N: : :N-(N N
, 4'':> in Okeechobee with Miss Florence, Moran, Mrs.:; F, t
.:. ,
g.:" Deane Duff and Mrs: W. E. Dilley I .:. ..
t 1 .:-'::., Mr. and Mr-W: A. Reed and H. Tuck accompanied his sister After lunch Mr. Hunziker joinec

*?::::.. .; children are spending the weekend Miss Trixie Tuck, to Venice the group for a tour of the groundsand :: Life Insurance--i I

\..'* : in Tampa. today. Miss Tuck will remain there visit to new buildings. .:. .. '
for medical treat-
for several days
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y;ir"..:: ._ 'Mrs. W. C. Owen: and Mrs. J. W. ment. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON .:_:: Will Cost '10 per cent :;:

: ,> '" Ezelle were visitors- in West Palm BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINEDBY .. .:. :

|i,*>.." Beach Tuesday. Bill Davis, who attends the Uni- MRS C. B. THOMASMrs. : More after 1 *
:: January =.
'.l -- ---.:....- i iI versity of Florida at Gainesville, ; .

: :.:. '' '. Mrs. E. W. Durst and Miss Mil- is spending Thanksgiving 'week-em G. B. Thomas used a .:.. .::- I I

: '.. dred Durst spent the week-end in here with his parents, Mr. and Thanksgiving theme at Wednesday : Representing :::: i

,>" :Miami.Hr. Mrs. W. A. Davis. Afternoon Bridge Club this week. :
, _

t'.:(;: ,:.' and Mrs. O. A. 'Jones and Miss Martha Nell Alston came up Mrs.lamp L.as C.first Miller prize won, and a Mrs.hurricane Carl :: Mutual Lite ot New YorkOne

w ;{I: '. Iliss Marianne Jones were weekend from Miami Beach where she attend Johnson a set of toiletries as cut :::: j'

i.f _;: '"'; '.'. 'visitors in Miami. Barry College for Women prize. Mrs. Fletcher Gardner was ': .. of the Big Five-- .:.
: :--:. :=:
; ,
and is spending the week-end at given a guest remembrance.The :
Kk::_<'; W. T. Gibhons of Fort Myers y f
her home here. hostess served fruit salad
.: was ;.a, ness..visitQ.r. _in CIewitpn. : 'l t .. :: !
: :<.. >, -* ,* ')*% i !>'?>? r ---!.- with hot cheegebiscu t to Mrs. We otter for the protection, ot
'. ':'. ',..r',, .Monday.Lucile :. .' -1 Mr. ,and Mrs. Marvin .Altman of Keathley Bowden, Mrs. Miller, Mrs.J. :

<:'.:tfii': { ... -- 'Gainesville came down Thanksgiving W. Ezelle, Mrs. ,H. R. Hall, Mrs. :: family all forms 'ot :_;:
:! { and Laurie Rogers are your ,
I' to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carl Johnson Mrs. W. H. Lanier, :
." the week-end in Miami
spending The Altmans flew down land- Gardner. ::
King. and Mrs. :;: Life Insurance. .,7'-- -
( visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Young. the -'. ''
! ing at local airport Thursday. = :
" \" ". ..
: .' -
\'y'c', ; ': MARY BRITTAIN, CIRCLE :
; .. Miss Myra Lee Allen spent the
,\ Mrs. Ward Roberts, of Moore Ha- MEETS WITH MRS. ALLEN
;: week-end at her home in Fort Beardsley Insurance
en, is employed Parkinson's as

-.:.. .'.,.: -. : Myers.' assistant to her husband, who is in I 1 Mary Britain Circle met with ::. Agency :.!.:.
- charge of the furniture depart- '
\ Miami Mrs. ,Dan Allen Monday afternoon :
;" .,.. Miss Pat Campbell of is y
spending this week-end as the I I with devotional.Mrs. W. T. Wheeles leadingthe :-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
: guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. ,Bell, '
; John, Shutts, assistant scout executive -
. '- Jr. i After the reading of minutes of

,: '"\ :. of Sunnyland Council Boy last meeting the various commit- t< '. _: ':- '_ ,:. '.': !:i _3? .i. .=. i( .;::: ,:;,. --: :

,: -,' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flanders and Scouts, came up from Fort ,Myers]'[tees made their reports. The program y' '

' r '.. ., Tuesday night to complete organi- consisted of biographies of
: \ .A P. Cone of Moore Haven were

;::::i. .... Clewiston visitors Sunday after-I zation of the Clewiston Cub Pack. seven foreign missionaries of which ..::.. When in Fort Myers :::.: I

....: noon. Mary Brown Brittain, missionaryto ... .. '
;-. I Miss Edythe Nell Cornette, student -< China, was'selected as name +

;;. Mrs. N. V. S.-Mumford left ,yesterday at Florida Southern College, l of our circle. Mrs. Brittain and her MakeParker's.

: : :' for Chicago for a week's Lakeland, came down Wednesday husband, Rev. Milner Brittain are :
.. ': to spend Thanksgiving with her :: :
\ visit with her daughter, Miss Eleanor I both well known among Florida i
parents, Mr.' and Mrs. E. M. Cor-
Mumford. Baptists.Members
;i. ::: :
/'. '- attending were Mrs. W. :!:
, ::
;: ; ---- I G. Mathis, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs.

:: ; : CLEWISTON Mrs. Max L. Arnold of 'Caliente, W. F. Nail, Mrs. Joe Elder, Mrs. y

L : :- TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP I Nevada, spent a few days here this I:W. W. Perry Mrs. Hubert Land, : :;:
week. Her mother, Mrs. Fred Hen- Mrs. Stanley McCorkle, Mrs. Dan :!: Your HeadquartersMost

;:', .= "' Anything .in Plumbing Fixtures riksen, is returning to Caliente to Allen, Mrs. W. T. Wheeles and one y

;'N.:- ." Prompt, Efficient Service Arnold.make her home with Mr. and Mrs. new member, Mrs. Rainey. A :visitor :y;: of you know that Parker's is THE office supply :_;:

I was Mrs. Dan Wester of De-
thatwe ::
'.,: PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. l I Funiak Springs. :;: store of Southwest Florida but you may not know ;

Mrs. Henry Martin.of Miami, well selected stock of Personal Sta- :;:
: former Miss :: also carry a large,
the Inez Lammon and
GARDEN CLUB HOLDS Leather Goods and Novel- :;
a teacher in the Clewiston school NOVEMBER MEETING :;: tionery, Books, Games, Kodaks, :.s:.

one term, visited'friends here Saturday + : '
ties. ..
- Ehney & Foster \ ..
Miss Evelyn Burhans accompanied -
The November meeting of the: .
PAINT CONTRACTORS her home for the week- .:. 'i.y
Clewiston Garden Club was held at
Sprayer For Furniture Painting end. ?
the Civic Center Thursday, No- Y
Floor Sanding ] '
vember 20th, Mrs. O. A. Jones,,, Y
Rev. and Mrs.
Phone 09 Free Estimates Douglas Carhart

and children, Mary Lou and Danny, presiding.
e left Sunday for their home in Mrs. J. W. Ezelle gave a reporton yy
the Sixth District meeting held
Pittsburgh after spending two
in Fort Lauderdale Ocfo-
Johnson's Fish CampNear weeks in Clewiston. Rev. Carhart ber. during y
was assigned to the Clewiston Com- yI

( Hurricane Gate) 'I| munity Church for three Sundays. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. P. M. ,I :. ..

,;, Clewiston, Fla. I McIntyre and Mrs. Willard Dilley'1.:. +

.(. ", Boats and Motors-Guide Service I I Mrs. Glen Etherton and baby were appointed as the Community'; :i: :::

e Rates Reasonable II( daughter, Glenda Sue are in Miami Christmas Tree committee by the!

.' W. H. Johnson, Mgr. j I( with Mrs. Etherton's parents Mr. chairman.An I, .i.- 'v..

:__ I interesting talk, accompaniedby :. -

blackboard diagrams, on local I yy
I'i' birds was given by Willard Dilley. y

1 .. :;: Hamburgers :;: Mr.: marks Dilley and showed bills the of the distinguishing unusual- :p.: Exclusive Distributor of Royal Typewriters, Allen :|;:

: :: birds here in the Everglades. Machines if i- :::
<; Machines: Cash Registering g
:: Wales Adding
i STILL lOc i: Three new members were vot- ; :

;,'. .. .:., ed Into the club. They were Mrs. : Bookkeeping :Machines and Ohmer Cash Registers. $

f'y /' < ,,' .:i: At Alderman's Sandwich Shop :_i: Charles ston and M.Mrs.Plrkle R., Mrs.C. Nowling.The E. H. Wal-. t ..

>, .pA-: *:: Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week ..;: were Junior guests Garden for the Club program.'members i J. B. PARKER Inc. J.y J.|

.t I Taxi Service to Any Part of City at Reasonable Rates .+_ Tea 'and sandwiches were served ,

' X : to: Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Fort Myers: Fla. i:;
,1 ALDERMAN'S '' Charles Bolton, Mrs. A. R. Brink, 2233-2235 Hendry St.

:: Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs.. F. Deane -
. ., "
.. .. / -
; : Duff, Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs. J. W. '- -
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SAP j No Dud Duds, for Army I pIWNU

G Dpa ....
""">';)''"''> ,... The best isn't good
>""':K < enough for Uncle Sam's
/ if
w bNE ''.' ..' .; l.. \
EN }: iI army when it comes to
R BE : lIEO EN 10
.t j ,: "% :..:"t.ki. tJ >- clothing. That is why the Srrvlcr
maintains "Houseof
Washington, D. C. d army a (Released by Western Newspaper Union)
Fn Magic" in the quarter- Notes of an

There is NAZI a German INTRUDER smuggler op-, \ Y master's department in PERHAPS:; it's Shirley Tem- Innocent Bystander:

erating in the Caribbean off the ;; Philadelphia. It is the health that inspired i From James W. Barrett's book on

coast of Mexico. duty of this "House of the British Ministry of Joseph Pulitzer, the great newspa
This was the inside reason for the Magic" to check on the Foods to ask Walt Disney for per publisher: "A journalist in JP's

President's sudden transfer of the quality of all clothing' ,help. Studio experts say that in (Pulitzer) conception is a statesman -
entire coast guard to the navythecoast as well as7 a writer The
equipment destined for all the years that she was mak-
guard's ships and planes are basis of it was something more pro-
needed to track down the Nazi in- the army, and many are ing pictures for 20th CenturyFoxshe found than persistent curiosity about

truder. y' t the methods used in mak- never suffered from the people and things. JP, of course,
Sensational feature about the ing such checks. Hereare numerous ailments children i I was the most incorrigible busybodyof

smuggler is that she is a formerU. shown a few of the usually have, and now that she's his day and age. His habit of
S. vessel-the 800-ton Diesel- i steps taken in the manufacture asking questions about everythingunder
engined yacht that once belonged to of uniforms approaching 13 making sub-deb pic- the sun and demanding accu-
for tures for Metro
she's still the
A. Atwater Kent, Philadelphia radio won- rate as well as immediate answerswas
our ever-growing army. der of the studios because she's'sowell.
an amusing and often
magnate.The annoy-
one-time pleasure ship now is Left : Testing the That means a lot in Holly- ing trait, but it was only a mech-
strength of fabric. The wood, where a star's illness can be
being operated under the Panama- anism through which an eager, pre-
nian flag out of Vera Cruz, Mexico, cloth must stand up under so expensive for a studio. hensile mind was kept supplied with
by Nazi agents in that city, and is 4'a a pull of 120 pounds. Well,plenty Shirley's diet has always included working material. He had an 'objective -
being used to transport high test of vitamins and minerals which he refused to put
gasoline and mercury to small Car- ;7 >r.g .J And-Walt Disney has cre- aside. As long as he lived, he wanted -
ibbean islands where Japanese ships to inform and mold public opinion
collect the smuggled strategic sup- i .-not just for the sake of profits,
plies. Y but for the sake of progress in the
The yacht recently unloaded 1,000 4'r ,direction where he thought America
flasks of mercury at an island which ft,4 ought to be heading."

for military reasons must be name-

less.The Our Incorrigible Busybody Dep't.:
former luxury craft came into Doesn't Army Intelligence think that
of the Nazis by circuitous -
possession a Great Britain has a severe case of

route which intelligence ex- JSSa x. brass-hat poisoning? Aren't the
perts'uncovered only a few weeks ; members of the Supreme Court now
ago. The purchase was made by a, 4. all pulling one way-at each other's

shipping company whose main of- hair? '. Did you know that the
fice is in Vera Cruz and has a 57t1r.5.G. President change the nickname for
branch office in New Orleans, where Morgenthau to "Six Per Cent Hen-
transfer of title took place. The ry"? What two Cabinet officersare

price was $18,000.Fortunately Y suffering from make-up poison-
for intelligence the r J o a a2 ing? (Their friends make up the.

payment was made in U. S. bills of r stories,' and they do the poisoning)
$1,000 denomination. From the seri- n .4u What invention can drop a
al numbers, the bills were traced sandbag down a chimney at 20,000
back to a Vera Cruz bank. Thereit L S feet? And what Sec'y of War would
was learned the money had been like to do it to what Washington col-
withdrawn from the account of, the SHIRLEY TEMPLE yumist?

leading Nazi business house. .in
..._...........,. __ ated three
Mexico, and turned over to the ship- -'-- -"- '""'II new charactersDoctorCarrot Why do the Supreme Court Jus-
ping company that bought the yacht. Clara Carrot and Carroty tices call their edifice "the Mauso-
Subsequent investigation revealed Here on the roof of the quartermaster's department you see fabrics George, to be used in a drive to leum" when it isn't that lively? .
that all the stockholders of this com- undergoing a weather test. get the people of England to eat Hasn't photography helped the Brit-

pany were Germans; also that the more carrots! ish censors more than it has Holly-
,, <""' !""' .... .. ,. _.. .
r ; -rr
two top officers were Spaniards, onea :: ::' 'f :<< <+ "i : 6"h' 'I\-----\-M.' >> <<< -- --;. wood? Wouldn't this be an aid to

naturalized Mexican and the othera ElFT'I Young women workers in the na Britain: To mail the photostats to
naturalized American citizen. tion's Capitol are about to be glori- your friends and let His Majesty's

Now, every movement of the .. ,. t rhLYt Kd.LiIith fied on the screen; evidently the gov't keep,the originals? What
yacht is watched, but there is noth- same idea hit several studios at Canadian official, who believes the

ing the United States can do about ; 5 w once. Paramount's version of the war can be won by lowering wages,
the ship unless she enters American life and times of the young ladies will shortly be elevated by a kick
waters. So far the vessel has been r-r will be called "Washington Esca-: 'in the tail light?
very careful..to:'stay within Mexican i pade." Metro bought a story called'

territorial waters. "White House Girl," by Ruth Fin-
What size tank is giving the Gen-
ney, wife of a newspaper man. srals a bigger headache than the
LENDLEASEIILK EXPERTThe ;f i --f--: Privates who steer them? What
most novel type of lend-lease 5 a2fy Every so often somebody has to Ambassador turned in an honestday's
operation thus far was the lend- > .; : screen Rex Beach's "The Spoilers."
I work recently? For what
leasing of a' man named Adolph. .: j. It was done in 1925 with William Cabinet post are there more volun-
Adolph Eichhorn went over to help Farnum and Tom Sanchey stagingthe teers than for the Marine Corps?
the British against Adolf Hitler. fist fight that made it famous. And which Sec'y of State is vastly
The British are suffering from in- Paramount did it in 1930 with
Gary amused? Isn't it true that Jesse
sufficient production of milk, because Cooper. Now Universal will makeit Jones loaned his brother $1.50? Any-
of diseased cattle, and Eich- again-this time with Ran-
once way, isn't Jesse wearing his broth-
horn is the man who knows all the Scott and John in the
dolph Wayne er's gold watch? Don't they
cow cures. He is director of the he-man roles and Marlene Dietrichas 1
.... call Sec'y Ickes "personality plus"since
animal disease station under the department
the heroine.
his secretary said good morn-

of agriculture.Three Trained eyes scan every inch of Thread count. Counting the --E--} ing to him? Who defined a
principal afflict his bolt of cloth as it is unwound number of threads inch Another re-make scheduled for the liberal as a guy who will forgive
British cattle: tuberculosis, which per square
near future is "Mrs. Wiggs of the anything but a contribution to his
makes the cattle lean disease rom one roller to another. A slight in a fabric sample-one method of
; Bang's Cabbage Patch," which was last 'I campaign? Aren't the officersof
which resujts in the loss of. 'efect would cause rejection. ascertaining quality. made by Paramount, in 1934, with the Pacific Fleet split squarelyon

the calf; and mastitis. W. C. Fields, Pauline Lord and Vir- the question of whether it 'will
Eichhorn was obliged to tell the ginia Weidler. This time little Caro- I take three weeks or a month to

British that' tuberculosis, which afflicts lyn Lee will be the child lead. "solve" the Jap navy? .' What
35 per cent of British cattle, ;: prominent Britishers have the jitters -

cannot be cured during the courseof That won't be just gibberish that since the Gov't's inquiry into
the war, unless the war lasts for
r you hear the actors speaking inRKO's foreign-owned bonds. The"only
another generation. It took the "Valley of the Sun"; it's thing in which Noel Coward was
United States 22 years to get the .'rrr really Apache. Producer Graham small fry And isn't it true that
disease under control.Bang's / .
Baker laired Chief Chris Willowbirdto certain self-called Americans brag
disease is more readily : make phonograph records in about their ancestors landing on
cured. By vaccination, a calf can 1j,1 'y oy 'y Jy i' ,n yc' t which each speech was spoken first Plymouth Rock-and act as though
be immunized that its
adult life
in English, then in Apache. Then they had just crawled from underit
will not be afflicted with the dis
James Craig, Antonio Moreno, Tom ?
ease.Meantime Tyler and other members of the cast
the British are import-
settled down to study the records. Man About Town:
ing great quantities of dry and pow-
dered milk from the United States. Memos of a Midnighter: Fisher-
Fresh milk is worth a king's ransom. Elizabeth Bergner, one of the men have told authorities that
most famous European actresses to they've actually 'seen U-boats off the

RETURNED FAVOR work in Hollywood, has just com- New England coast That lovely ,
When Rep. John McCormack ot pleted the first of her films to be ,Red Cross nurse in those new post- I
Massachusetts was elected Demo- made. It's "Paris Calling," a storyof ers (she's marching with four men
cratic floor leader of the house, the betrayal and fall of France. of the armed forces) is Hazel Frenchof

one of his strongest and most unexpected Miss Bergner's European pictures the Powers Pretty-Pretty Planta-
supporters was Georgia's J< include "Catherine the Great," "Es tion. Hazel won the nod over all
fiery New Deal-hating Gene Cox. t cape Me Never," and "Dreaming the models who wanted the assign-
Though the two men were poles Lips." She became famous as one ment because of her beautiful brown

apart on economic views, Cox never- of Europe's leading stage figures be- orbs So what happened? The i
theless backed McCormack. and did fore she made pictures. artist painted her eyes blue .' ;
yeoman work for him. ""'-- There have been five new ditties i

Recently McCormack returned the I Picture above (left) The movies are an old story to with the title of Zanuck's hit, all

favor. Before leaving on a trip to I shows. sample being Frances Robinson; at the age of ending with: "How green was 'my I
Massachusetts, McCormack named treated to a rain test. The four she played Lillian Gish as a valley-how blue was my heart. I

Cox floor leader during his absence. cloth must be 100% water ;4\J ) child in "Orphans of the Storm." I,

"There's one condition, however, repellent.At More recently, she appeared in That's going to be quite a scandalover ;
Gene," he grinned. "You'll haveto "Smiling Through." Now she's. left the refugee racket, dearie i I'
refrain from those hot one-minute the right (above) is ,{ pictures for the radio; she's the giddy It'll involve naturalization and immigration I''

speeches on the floor. I don't want shown an ingenious gadget : debutante in the air's version of high jinks which have a '. .
my stand-in taking swings at the which the delightful "My Man Godfrey" pretty terrible stench. It'll wreck [I
administration. It would look bad." subjects a sample of -',---- some prominent politicos Are :

McCormack wished the Georgianluck material to tests that equal A 19-year-old'girl' is in Alexandria, the authorities following up the sensational 11
and left the chamber. Hardlyhad many months of wear in a' p i&r Va., getting background material fora charges about the Met- :
he departed when Cox jumpedup rain and shine. ( murder trial. She's ''the daughterof opera's new star, a woman? Al- I
and asked permission to addressthe \ i 4J Jane Crusinberry, who writes radio's legedly quite friendly with Quisling, I
house for one minute. New I Right: A perfect fit. A :. \ ;/' "The Story of Mary"Marlin," Goering, et al How good's that !
Dealers held their breath, expecting completed master uniformis now in its eighth year. Mrs. Cru- talk about Marshall Field biddingfor
him to uncork one of his scorch- being fitted on a dummy sinberry is a stickler for accuracy, the Times and Post after his f

.ing blasts. by a master tailor. Once and the dramatized trial takes placein Chicago paper is launched? II
But they relaxed with a, sigh' ,of .approved, thousands of Alexandria, so young Jane was Anything to the rumor: about his I
relief when Cox launched' into:'a terrific counterparts$ are turnedout sent off with a candid camera anda PM taking ads, changing its. format
tirade against John L. Lewis; by mass production. notebook to help? her mother out. '. and price to 3c? t'


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Savory Meals :

Pep up the personality of your of
meals by serving meats more often! *Pot Roast
as the weather Carrots Browned Potatoes l
t y becomes frost- Apple, Celery, Raisin Salad WITH
nipped and colder. 'Bread and Butter Beverage
Meats are sy- Baked Custard, Strawberry Jam ID]
nonymous with Sugar Cookies
good, wholesome,
Recipe givencan
i hearty meals because -
thpv're sat- favorite.-Adv. "
isfying and filling. Meat sets good make just as desirable as the lies in the
tone to the. meal and rounds it out best steaks and chops: Proverb.

to give you a sense of completeness Pot Roast With Vegetables.
when you've finished eating. Wipe meat with a damp cloth.
Meat is honest and straightforward Brown in hot fat and add one or two
both in flavor and purpose.Its small onions sliced to meat while it
abundance of vitamins and min- is browning. Season meat with salt

erals really come through and give and pepper. Combine % cup catsup
with 1 cup hot water and add to
you sustaining energy. All in all ED
meat. Place in a roaster or cast-
meat contains nine out of the thir-.
iron skillet or pot, cover tightly, and
teen food essentials of normal
a allow to simmer gently 45 minutesto ,
diet: the pound. Add more water if : :

First is protein and meat's pro- necessary.: Whole carrots and onions
teins are complete. They help to may be added 'to the meat and !
build or repair body tissues which cooked with it the last 45 minutes of

you wear down every day and keep the cooking period. Night
Veal is tender and delicate and deserves -
you on good maintenance,. level. Jtt .. .
has iron the oxygen carrier, copper?: careful cooking.
iron's partner and the builder of I Breaded Veal Cutlets. BAKER
hemoglobin.Meat (Serves 6)

has phosphorus that helps 2 1 pounds veal steak, cut in 6 pieces

calcium in building good teeth and egg G
Cornflake crumbs
bones and helps give
you energy.
1 i
small onion c
Meat has fat, too, producer of more ( 1
Salt and pepper
energy and heat.
4 tablespoons lard Chef
As for vitamins, meat is an important 1 No. 2% can of tomatoes cos5t3tioe

source of four: vitamin-, Dip pieces of meat into.the egg
the resistance and growth vitamin; and cornflake crumbs which have 9Q M''s8P18
thiamin (vitamin Bl) which helps been seasoned with salt and pepper.

the body translate sugars and Brown in hot lard on both sides, us-
starches into energy; riboflavin, of
'- ing a heavy frying pan or skillet.
which meat, is the top source, that Add tomatoes and chopped onion,
helps prevent nervous disorders, and cover and cook slowly for 1 hour.A .
finally nicotinic acid, which preventsa cut which you may not have of one

nervous digestive disorder knownas used is lamb shanks, but I assure .
pellagra. you they are simply delicious when
Fortunately for economy's sake, braised. They'll be a good food dollar -
the lower-priced cuts of meat are stretcher for you this season: Tried
just as good for these minerals and Braised Lamb Shanks.
vitamins as the higher-priced ones.Today's (Serves 6) i PILLS ?
6 lamb shanks
gives you tricks 2 tablespoons lard the relief of
and tips on how Salt and pepper
you can use them 1 cup celery TODAY z

for savory meals 1 cup carrots, cut fine, if desired
and have them 1 cup green beans, cut fine, if
juicy.. tender. and desired
full of fl vor. .1.-/ Brown the lamb shanks in hot slip than the
First call is for pot roast which you lard. Season with salt and pepper.If ,

you're using vegetables, place
them in the bottom of the casseroleand

LYNN SAYS: add a small amount of water.
Put in the lamb shanks. Cover and
cook in a slow oven (300 degrees)
You're going to sell nutrition to 2 hours. I I .I.IA I I s
your family not because 4
just of
What could be better than
its virtues but
by attractively
ribs with barbecue
sauce as a" tasty
nished, well-cooked food. Here'show
meat dish on a
: cold night? Bake &
Whenever possible serve the the spareribs .
vegetables with the meat, as I brown and crispy -l'j _
browned potatoes, whole carrots, and brush them _
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browned onions.
These v.
can be .11)
with the sauce fora
placed around the ..
coloring. meat. for effective I remember dish you'll long and Actual sales records in post exchanges and

Radish roses with parsley enjoy looking at: canteens show that with men in the Army,

brighten platter. almost any kind of meat Barbecued Spareribs. Navy, Marines,and Coast Guard, the

Spinach, chopped, seasonedand (Serves 6) favorite cigarette is Camel. / ,; ha
5 pounds spareribs ?-;
mixed with 'white sauce can
be made into nests or mounds Brown spareribs under broiler. ,
and served around meat. Cover with the following sauce and $ --
v Baby beets maybe scooped and bake about 2 hours in a covered pan :
filled with green peas served in a slow (325 degrees) ,oven.

around the meat or on.a. plat- Barbecue Sauce.
ter by themselves. 1 small onion chopped
Ham can be scored in circlesfor 2 tablespoons lard
a change by using a small 2 tablespoons vinegar : ,\ : ', ,
cookie cutter and a maraschino ,,2 tablespoons brown sugar d? rj
cherry placed in each circle. Cir- 3 tablespoons lemon juice
cles look best if they overlap. -SA cup catsup

Bananas or pineapple slices 3A cup water AT
broiled make Salt and pepper
a tantalizing accompaniment -
to baked ham, roast, 1 teaspoon paprika
beef or lamb chops. Dash of ground cloves and cinnamon ;;; YOUR

Slices of topped with
orange a
Brown onion in lard and
add remaining -
smaller slice of jelly is excellentfor OSALSR'Sr ,
meat platters. ingredients. Brush over .1
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Local Scouts Leave Beardsley Wins business is as follows: County, Florida, I'F. Edmonds, her husband, 1903 15th
I DOWNS and further
LUCILE ivt: appearing that service
I :Street, N. W., Washington. D. C.;
I City of Hendry of
Clewiiton County ,
process cannot be had upon you Chynoweth and Benj. F
For ArticleJim Florida, November 18 1941. under the laws of the State of Florida I *
Chynoweth her husband
Annual Key
For CamporeeNine .
i No. 291. Nov. 21-28-Dec. 5-12. except by order of publicationand : ; Tyler and J. Ed
relief\ being sought in said cause Tyler, her husband The Matlon No

I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO against cise your you rights to require redemption you to in exer- 5 H W, N. W., Washington .D. C.;

members of the Clewiston Beardsley, who graduatedlast REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME to the above described lands, or and be -husband, Clark Birmingham and Fred, Alabama R. Clark; ,Otto her-

from the College of Agri- forever barred and foreclosed of allrirhts
Scout troop with their Assistant year A. Patzwald and Patzwald,
Boy TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN of redemption therein,
culture at the University of Flor- : his wife, if alive, and If they or
Scoutmaster J. H. Wilson and Notice is hereby given that the undersigned THIS IS, THEREFORE to require either of them be dead, all parties
ida,. has been awarded a key for under the provisions of you\ and each. of you, and all persons cl li'.imng; Interests under the said defendants -
junior assistant scoutmaster Oliver his article entitled "Dreams Do Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts claiming Interests under or from you, or either of them so deceased -.
of 1941 will register with the Clerk or either of you, or otherwise, to be Cora French Williams and D,
Martinez left this mornIng for Come True" which appeared last of the Circuit Court in and for Hen- and appear to the said bill of com- H. Williams; her husband; if alive,

participate in the Sun- year in the Florida College Farmer i'dry County, Florida, upon receipt of plaint on or before Monday, the 1st and if they or either of them be 'dead,
Sarasota day of December A.
notice D.
proof of publication of this 1941 and all parties claiming interests under
Land council's annual cainpo- and described his trip to KansasCity' the I fictitious name, to-wit: thereafter to file your written de- the said defendants or either of them
ny on a Danford Fellowship.In Thompson Motor Parts fenses, with the Clerk of said Court; so deceased.
I under which I am engaged in busi- in default of which the allegations You and each of you are hereby
ree.The this month's issue of the ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the of the bill of complaint will be takenas notified that a suit in Chancery has
Clewiston'scou ts joined the College Farmer appears a similar party interested in said business Is confessed by you and each of you, been brought against you in the
as, follows ': allowed to proceed Circuit Court for Hendry County..
Moore Haven troop at Elmo're'sstation article by Dan Beardsley, Jim's II. L. THOMPSON in said cause ex parte.It Florida by George W. Whitehurst for-

and went from there in the younger brother, who recently City of Clewiston, County of Hen- is hereby ordered that this notice the purpose of requiring the defendants -
dry, Florida, Oct. 10, 1941. be published once a week -for four to redeem the hereinafter described -
Glades County school bus with the made a trip to Kansas City to receive 290-Nov. 7142128. consecutive weeks in the Clewiston lands from the lien of taxes

his American Farm degree. News a newspaper having general and tax sales described in the bill of'
Moore Haven scouts. They in Hendry County Florfda.
eleven complaint, or be barred and foreclosed -
The title "A Goal
Achieved" WITNESS
I my hand and seal of said
several scoutsIn of all
right interast
to pick title and
also up
were j NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Court at LaBelle, Hendry County,
Dan Is vice-president of the Agri- therein, to-wit:
LaBelle. I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Florida, this 31st day of October, A.
cultural ,Club and the Phi Eta Sigma D. 1941. NW1,4 and W% of SE% and!
Scouts making the trip were (SEAL) WILLIAM T. SW1,4 and W, of NE>A and SE%
Duna- national honorary freshmen [TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of and .
Bruce Beardsley, Medford Clerk Circuit Court Hendry NE1.4. NEVi of NE ,4 of
scholarship fraternity.The Notice is hereby given that the undersigned County, Florida. Section 5; and WSE of Wof "
way, David Thomas, Harold Brode- third brother Bob Beardsleyis II under the provisions of No. 283.-Oct. 31, Nov. 71421. % of NWU and E'h of 'Vt, of-
rick of the Flying Eagle patrol Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts SK>,i of NWU and Wye of Wlk
also mentioned in the issue. Bob lot 1941, will register with the Clerkof of NE>,4 of NW% and E1h of E3
Albert Stevens
and Junior Martinez, the Circuit Court In and for Hen- ,
is manager of the Varsity Tennis IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND of NEM of NW 4 and Wt, of
Junior Mills and Sammy idry County, Florida ,upon receipt of SE4 of NE',4 and W% of 8WY
team and is of proof of publication of this notice, FOR HENDRY; COUNTY, FLOR-
Trice of the one dormitory and W% of NW 4 and NW% of .
Young and Raymond monitors. I the fictitious name, to-wit: IDA.GEORGE. NE% and SE>4 of SE4, all la
Tiger pptrol.Edelblut.. Elite Cafe and,, Grocery Section 9; and All Section 10;
under which I am engaged in business -
and All of Section 12; and All of
at Clewiston (Harlem.) That the W. WHITEHURST, Section 17; and SW% of NE-
Bid Is Low Florida Motor- party interested in said business ia Complainant, and SE4 of NE% and SWr of-
as follows TS. NE4 of SEA and SE>4 of NE4
G. W. JONES 'of SE% and NW% of NE% of
City of Clewiston, County of Hen- CARROLL, JOINED BY HIS SE% and NEi4 of NEON of SEA/V.
On Engineer BuildingThe (Continued from Page 1) WIFE, MARY LEE CARROLL et
dry, Florida, November 3, 1941. and SWH of SE>4 and NW% of
trate the very heart of the rich 289-Nov. 7142128. Defendants. SEA and W% of NW4 and SE%

citrus and trucking with ORDER OF PUBLICATIONTHE of SE'/i, and E% of SW% of
Edelblut Construction Company 'STATE OF .FLORIDA: Section 21 and W% and NE>hand
I such outstanding Florida attrac- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO To the defendants herein: ---_... SE'A in Section 29;', and "V%
of Fort Myers submitted the tions as Silver Springs and Bok REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Carroll and Mary Lee Carroll, his wife, of N'V',4 and 'NE% of SE% and: .
low bid for the construction of the cDrune, Parker, Carey & Gans, NE% of NEJ4 and NW1A, of SEtf,
Tower on the route, with. stop- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I Baltimore, Maryland: Pierce, and VfVt of SW& and SW% of
new storage shed for heavy machinery overs available if desired. and Robert Pierce, her husband, Topeka NEi4 and SEA of NE% of'Sec-'
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Kansas tion 33, All in Township 4ff
at the U. S. Engineer reservation ; Campbell, and
Increasingly heavy traffic on under the provisions of C. P. Campbell, her husband, Owosso, South, Range 34 East, Hendry
when the bids were open. I Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts Michigan; Wood and D. O County, Florida,
State Road Number 1 from
ed Tuesday in the district engisleer's Jack- of 1941, will register with the Clerkof Wood, her husband, 307 Osage Street,, and to have the right of the several
sonville to Miami offers road haz- the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- Manhattan, Kansas; Rehm, 1 defendants in and to the several and
office in Jacksonville. The ards and delays and it is dry County, Florida, upon receipt of and E. N. Rehm, her husband, 353 W. 1 respective parcels and tracts of land
bid price was not given but is understood hoped proof of publication of this notice, the 29th Street, Chicago, Illinois; owned, or claimed by or In and to
that the establishment of this fictitious name, to-wit: which the
to have been around new Furness, and Alfred A. Furness, her said defendants respectively
through central Florida service Texaco Service Station husband 938 N. Lawler Avenue, Chi assert a right of redemption, completely
$3.000. under which I am engaged in busi- cago, Illinois; Bartels and foreclosed and barred, and,
Chalker and Lund of West Palm will relieve such congestion and ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the Charles A. Bartels, her husband 4746 therefore, you and each of you, are
parties interested in said business
are Virginia Avenue hereby required to file with the
hazard, at the same time Chicago, Illinois;
Beach had the second bid. The as follows: Hinman and Richard F. Hin- Clerk of said Court your written appearance

contract will be awarded only after -I j ing this section of the provid-I R. C. ROWLING man, her husband, Chicago, Illinois; (personally, or by attorney),
City of Clewiston of Hen-
:improved and long needed County Kammer and Joseph Hammer In said suit on Monday, the 1st day
investigation of the low-bid dry, Florida October 22, 1941. her husband, 1630 Coventry Rd, of December. D. 1941 being the
ding firm. l I No. 285-Nov. 7-14-21-28. Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Francis Korns, first Monday and Rule Day in said*
'widow, 'and all persons claiming Interests month, and thereafter file with said
Tigers RoutedContinued under F. R. Korns, deceased, Clerk your written defenses, if any.
NEW DRAFTSMENWm. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'IN AND as heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees to the bill of complaint In said suit
FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLOR- or otherwise, in the W% of SW'A of at. the time prescribed by law, or a
( from Page 1) IDA.GEORGE. Section 9, Township 46 South, Range decree will be entered against you
M. Girardeau, Jr., of De- 34 East, the place of residence and and each and all of vou by default.It .
the conversion. In the final quarter Js hereby ordered th this noticebe
Land, Roy W. Hopper of St. Peters- W. WHITEHURST, post office address of the said Mrs. ?
a pass from Moore to Adkins set Complainant, Francis Korns being Spirit Lake, published once a week for four
burg, Wm. P. Bell of West Palm vs. Iowa; Lemper and Florence consecutive weeks in the Clewlston.

Beach and T. J.' Bihlerback of De- up the next score with Moore CARROLL, JOINED BY HIS Lester Lemper, his wife, 2546 Bread- News a newspaper having general'
carrying over in .two line plunges. WIFE, MARY LEE CARROLL, et al., way, Dubuque, Iowa; Ban- circulation In Hendry County, Flor-
Land, are recent addition to the Defendants nister and Millard .F. Bannister, her ida.WITNESS
Moore made another score a few husband, East Des Moines Iowa my hand and seal of saId
staff of draftsmen in the U. S. En- ORDER OF PUBLICATIONTHE ;
minutes later on a twentyeightyard I STATE OF FLORIDA: Jennie L. Sorber, widow, and all persons Court at LaBelle, Henffry County.
gineer sub-office here. straight To the Defendants: The Florida claiming interests under M. P Florida, this 30th day of October, A..
: run through the center State Drainage Land Company, a Colorado Sorber, deceased, as his unknown D 1941. 1
of the line, and as the whistle Corporation, and all unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, legatees, or (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, I,
other claimants, or otherwise, in and Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry
sounded to end the Moore persons, or parties claiming throughor
i game under, or from said corporation in to the SE& of SEU of Section 9, County, Florida.No. .
J. M. COUSECounselor had just intercepted a Clewistonpass the lands described herein to-wit: All Township 46 South Range 34 East 284-Oct. 31, Nov. 71421.

and ran almost the full length Section 10 and Township 46 South, the post office address of the said v i
of Range 34 East, and. 'The Florida-Ever Jennie L. Sorber being Wilkinsburg, I
and Attorney at Law I the field for the score. glades Land Company a Colorado Pennsylvania; Bodine andN.

Hopkins Building Starting for the Tigers were Corporation, and all unknown per- M. Bodine, her husband, El Reno,
sons or parties claiming through or Oklahoma; Regal and AlbertF.
Wednesdays and Saturdays Hooker at center, Waldron at right under or from said corporation, in Regal, her husband, Taconite, :Minnesota -
end, Pape at left end, Cantrell at the lands described herein to-wit: ; Gadd and J. S.
9:80 to 4:00 left half WJy of SEi of Section 5, ,Township Gadd, her husband Alurena, Kansas;
Perry at right half and
46 South, Range 34 East; and The Becker and Sopla Becker. his
Martinez at full. Belcher and Schif- Scott Estate Company, a limited liability wife, Chicago, Illinois; An-
J derson and Carl ,Anderson, her husband -
fli also Company of Kansas City Mis-
saw some I all Honolulu T. H J. :M. Andersonand
souri, and unknown persons, or :;

.:N:N:N:..N N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N N N:N:N:N..:..:N:N N Ns :. parties claiming through or under, lulu Ola T. H.Anderson, his wife, Hono-
.. or from said Company, in the lands ; Heren and C. L.
..:. 5. I described herein, to-wit. W% of NWi Heren, her husband, Custer, Montana;
l' .:. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE of Section 33, Township 46 South, Day and I. E. Day, her hus-
.:. f' .t. Range 34 East Hendry County, Flor band, Medora,. Illinois; Gill : '
.:. .A- and Benj. Gill, her husband, Colorado i J9PawL6

.. THE GLUTTON IS NOT ::2.;: I ida.You and
% GLUTTONOUS Y OF INTENTION TO claiming interests under or from you, Danville, Illinois; Crawfordand aca
REGISTER or either of
'otherwise in the
FICTITIOUS NAME you, or E. Crawford her husband. Coun-
:** The Arctic animal known ::: lands described in, 'this order, are cil Bluff, Iowa Wheeler and
.. *i TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: hereby notified that a suit has been ;
{ in North America as the wolverine : Anson Wheeler, her husband, Battle
Notice Instituted
is in the
hereby given that the styled court Creek.
Michigan Wheelerand
:X: is known as the glut- <. undersigned, under the provisions of by the above named complainant, to Euphemia A.; Wheeler his wife,

.!. ton in Great Britain. It is a *:: of Chapter 1941 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts require you and each of you to exercise Battle Creek,,Michigan; Dodge
will right of in and
register with the Clerkof your redemption
$:: carnivorous animal of the .:. the Circuit Court, In and for to the following described lauds from and Daniel 'E. Dodge, her husband

.;. weasel family its reputation .:X i: Hendry County. Florida, upon receipt certain tax liens and tax sales described Chicago Elvira Princess Illinois;Avery-, his Avery wife, Gal-and
: I of proof of publication of this notice, I in the bill of complaint filedIn
:;: of being an excessive eater is *:* the fictitious name, to-wit: this cause, to-wit: esburg, Illinois; :McQuillenand I -L'Ay* *'t VQO,>X'l"i-T-y"rm*"'
Francis McQuillen, his wife, 7305 FREE. Send tor con-
j* false. "Uncommon Knowi:|: CEEAVISTON INN BEAUTY SHOP All Sections 10 and 12; W% of Vinceinnes Avenue, Chicago, Illi- I! tuning dozens of bright ideas to im-

:% ledge"-Geo. W. Stimpson. *:* under which I am engaged. in busi- SE1of Section 5VVs; of NWU nois; Bushey and R. L. Bushey clove your baking. Address: Rumford

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: : : : : : :-: : : : : : : : :-: : :-: :-: : : : That the party interested in said South Range 34 East, Hendry\ Dakota; Edmonds and Thos.

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