The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00933
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1943
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00933
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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.1 SUGAR CORPORATION I If [ Seven: ,Reported As '3,370 WAR RATION Woodworking CourseTo MRS. VIOLA STONE IS

Rejected At Blanding Start On Monday


Of the fifteen men who left the i M. H. Sharpe vocational agriculture -

} TO CAN VEGETABLES first of this week for Camp Bland-' WERE ISSUED HERE I teacher of the Clewiston school, ACCIDENT TUESDAY

ing for examination for induction into I I announced this morning that by M

the armed forces !,seven are re- 'I popular request he had planned a

..', The United States Sugar Corpora ported to have been rejected and S The local ration board office an-! woodworking course which will start I -

,' tion this' week laid a proposal before accepted but no official report has nounced this week that a total of Monday afternoon for the main pur- Mrs. Viola Stone, 64,, one of the

: ,- OP 1 Administrator Prentiss been received nor a complete report 3,370 War Ration Books No. 2 were. pose ,of building baby chick brooders. pioneer residents of the south lake
I I of those accepted. Hdwever other small construc- section, was killed instantly here
's ; Brown and asked his approval for the issued here last week during the six-
7 .-- -corporation to grow and process vegetables -I\: Three of those accepted are reported day registration of consumers.This tion projects may be undertaken. Tuesday afternoon when she was
for sale to their workers at .I 1 to be the three volunteers The classes will be held between I thrown from the seat of the little
number is' far in excess of I
cost. I i who went with the group, I. S. Bell: five o'clock and ten o'clock at the] pick-up truck in which she was rid-
.: I the last census figures for the Clew- I
Jr. and John Robbins were taken by woodworking shop of L. J. Pape in Jng, directly beneath the wheels of
W. Moran the ration office feels
Jay general yet
'. this the Army and Ray Sullivan by the I his garage. Mr. Pape will serve as a heavily-loaded dump truck owned
of the corporation, said here I that there are still many who did
Marines.Of instructor and will lay out the workon and operated by the City of Clewis-
} morning that although employees not register for their books duringthe <)
". the, large group which went to the brooders for those who wish ton.
could grow their own vegetables dur- registration period. These will
fill the February call the followingwere to 'build them. The builder will be The accident occured about three-
ing the winter months that few had now have to wait until March 15 before -
accepted: William Andrews, : required to furnish his own material.Mr. fifteen in the afternoon at the intersection -,
;; the facilities to can up any of thesevegetables they can make application to
,. John Bethea, John Decal Belcher Pape offered the use of his com- of Francisco Street and
', for the summer months the ration office for the new book.
W. C. Stanford and Osenga pletely equipped until Sugarland
.' Raymond shop such I Highway at the Parkinson
when green vegetables are very hard I
Clewiston for the Army, Leroy The registration of white citizenswas time as the school shop is completed.All .I Store corner. The truck in which
to get. Their plan is to grow tractsof
> Smith Coast Guard, Otto Rimes, I held at the school auditoriumhere who wish to build brooders or I Mrs. Stone was riding was driven by

vegetables during the winter William Rider, Charles Easterly, La- with Principal R.: W. Turk act do any other work of such type are"L. L. Lowe a friend and neighbor of

f which might be termed large Victory Belle Army, Mitchell Langford, La- 'ing as site administrator. Registrars asked to contact Mr. Sharpe at once.I many years who was taking her to

gardens and secure canning equipment Belle Navy, and Frank Wiley Richards included members of the school I the hospital l for medical examination

for processing the surplus vege- .i Coast Guard. faculty and a large number of vol- following several'da's of illness. According --
tables. unteer workers. The registrationhere
Rejected were Silas Adkins, Clew- to the best information avail-
Rep. J. Hardin Peterson, Lake sh'o\ved 605 on Monday,, 457 on 15 SELECTEES SENT able Mr. Lowe
was watching 'a
iston ,(2nd time) Henry Lee, Wilt sugar
land, said he has ,taken the proposal Tuesday 419 on Wednesday, 387 corporation truck
Ham Ernest which was stoppedon
Oliver' Otis Cason and
: .
| Zip with the administration at therequest I I on Thursday,- 140 on Friday and 124 the north side
of the
Jack Waters of Clewiston and Hugh highway as
of Clarence R. Bitting, on Saturday.. 53 of the 'Saturday TO BLANDING FILLING he approached the highway from
Luckey and Joseph Mercer of La-
president of the sugar corporation. number were'registered by the ration
!; Belle. Cason; had previously been I the south and failed to note the ad-
Mr. Bitting explained to the office in the afternoon the School
; congressman ,
discharged' from the, Navy. because of j vance of the city truck coming along
that although Florida it registration closing at noon. The QUOTA FOR MONTH I
I the highway from
arthritis, Waters had a broken left I the east. Starting
one of the largest vegetable producing total here was 2,132. I I
on across the
wrist and Oliver was underweight.Cause highway he suddenly
states in th'e.nation. it has not I of rejection of the, others was Colored residents of the area were. 1 I saw the truck almost upon him and
been cust6mary during the few years The following white men entrained
not learned. registered at the Harlem school in wheeled sharply in an attempt to
for workers on the sugar lands to --- the first four days of the week. 533 for Camp Blanding Wednesday to avoid it. There were no doors on

..-' plant gardens for fresh vegetables. were registered Monday, 376 Tues- fill the Hendry County quota for his truck and 'Mrs. Stone was seatedin

He expressed concern,. Pattersom By-Laws Are Read At day, 290 Wednesday and 39 Thurs- Match: a bucket-type seat which was reported -

-, Laid over the supply of canned vege- day. There were approximately 1600 John Richard Small, LaBelle, El- not to have been fastened to

tables for the several thousand work- Kiwanis MeetingA. books issued in the west side of the mer Messer LaBelle, Quintins Hov-:: the floor; The sudden lurch of the

. :.-'''..::. ers customarily employed by'the county. man Fountain, Canal Point Elman little truck threw her out onto the
company: and said there was con- Elwood Trowbridge
Site Administrator Turk expresseshis Jr., LaBelle highway and under the dual rear
siderable available land for company W. Sias read the by-laws of the 'appreciation to all those who as- Lewis ,Samuel Ballard, Ft. Denaud, wheels of the approaching truck. The

planting and sufficient canning Kiwanis Club at the regular sisted in 'the registration listing the Ivan Preman Hall, LaBelle, Richard driver of the city truck John T.

f 0"" equipment available if the OPAl ing on Wednesday evening meet-I following volunteers and teachers: Arthur Trenary Clewiston; Elbert King, is said to have wheeled so hardto
<'.". -. would approve the proposed venture. Inn and received two new Alexander Thigpen LaBelle, Jerry the
Mis. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. J. E. right to try and avoid the
J '. "In essence this would be a co- into the club, N. V. S. ,Mumford and Beardiley, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs.C. I I Eugene Greenberger, Transferred to collision that he struck the sugar

! .corporation ) E. C. Mills.Henry E. Bailey Mrs., Frazier, Mrs., : Route No.1, Okeechobee, Clarence company truck parked on the north

j : ;1 .:. ) R. Pepper of the International -, H. Berner, Mrs. C R.. Krueger, C.I) B. Smith LaBelle transfer from side and the Lowe truck struck onlya
1.s.tt.; ployes and only at cost," said the office in Bronx, New York Perry Eugene glancing blow. Mrs. Stone's deathis
Chicago is expected tol I F. E. Hunziker ', Mrs. Renshaw 1\Irs.1
}:;" :''_-" 'con. ressmaa.c be a. guest of the club at the ting C. W. Stephens ,Mrs Carl J ,Duke Clewiston, transfer 'from Lit- said to have been instantaneous.
l' ... "I''' have laid the matter '11lson"1) tle Rock Arkansas
before the Loyd Arlyn
next Wednesday evening. meet-1 (Continued on Page 5). Irs. Stone was born at Tifton,. Ga.,
J.: ""::.---__- :jCPA to .eeiwhethevr regulationsc;. ni ,. J Wilson, Clewiston, transfer from on January 22, 1879, and moved, ,to
' :.r'e Yj t I4n.pelmit ltd Norfolk Virginia John Romaine ;
.. : biisaDla! ,} North Florida with her parents ten,
" _.. be put into 'effect::=frllcaiT'see' merit. Robbins; volunteer, Clewiston, Wilbur 'to.
... years later. She was married T,
.. "-.-,: In: it. And"I'believe it might spread Physical I. Fitness t Program In Clewiston SchoolsBy 'Ray- Sullivan-'volunteerr'Clewis'; H. "Stone in Quincy in November: of'

Into cooperative endeavors in other tOl ,-.Isaac Sandy Bell Jr., volunteer, 1903 and in 1917 they came to South
j' :parts of the country." He saidsugar Clewiston.The '
PrincIpal R. W. TURK Florida in a covered wagon, settlingat
. company officials have described __ local board here makes the Bare Beach, then one of the most
difficulties: its ,workers? in I I following statement relative to the progressive settlements in the Ever-

getting various types' of foodstuffs (Ed Note: Following is Principal 2 volleyball nets induction. I glades. Here they operated a store
at the time I
,,,),, .. present Turk's article which appeared in the 2 5 inch playground rubber balls John Robbins, Ray Sullivan and and Mr. Stone carried on extensive

"The company}' is ,prepared to ,engage February issue of the Journal, pub- 1 '13 inch playground rubber ball Sandy Bell volunteered for service.To farming and boating enterprises until -'

.: in other food production'and lished by the Florida Educational 1 soccer ballElementary volunteer means to go into service his death in 1925.. For the past

: slaughter work to feed its workers Association, and which has aroused Grades-l-H-3 before your number Is called in the several years she has made her homein

:../ '. on a'cos't basis if this becomes nec- atate-wide interest. Through per- draft. By this procedure you fill South Clewiston-and has led a very
,:,.:'.' essary to supply them with actual mission of Mr. Turk we are publishing grades Each'1-2-3 morning leave, five their days classroomsat a week, I out the necessary papers and go with active life.Funeral.

','. needs and if the OPA will permit'! '.the article in its entirety in this the next call from your local board services were held,Thursday -
: 10, A. M. and go to the play
'said Peterson."It and next issues.) i ground thirty minutes for physical I rather than waiting: until ,your number morning at eleven o'clock at the
seems to me-the Bitting plan education period. Each class is would ordinarily be called. Baptist Church with Rev. H. C.
.must be !
given careful There
study. The Clewiston school enrollment under the direct supervision of a I Ray Sullivan and John Robbins I Meador pastor, conducting the ser
are many isolated parts of the nation -|
.' varies from 350 to 375 students in teacher. As in grades 4-5-6 teachers had gotten a release from this of- I vices with Rev. J. N. Montgomery ofthe'
that must be given leeway inj i
: 0 l grades 1-12_ Prior to this year the change so that they supervise I fice in order to join the Marines Community Church assisting.The .
canning and the
foods use of canned traditional recess period prevailedin grades other than their own. We'during January They could not be church altar and walls were lin-.
and other if
\, as to be fed properly.types" the country I elementary grades (30 minutes 'also combine the grades in large released after February 1, 1943, .is ed with scores of floral sprays attesting

each morning and 10 minutes each group activities under the supervision all recruiting stations are closed to to the high esteem in which

: afternoon). During this time all of more than one teacher. enlistments for men between the ages Mrs. Stone* was held by her count-

,,; _, i Cane Growers MayBe I elementary grades. (225-250; students -I There are no long, definite, plansin of 18 and 38., Somehow or other less friends in the lake section., A

I ) were on the school grounds the elementary physical educational their papers ,were lost and they were chorus consisting of Miss Mary Mar
Forced To Pay is told by Major Robbins in charge of kette Mrs. C. R. Krueger Miss Doris
:, I at the same time. Little ,,in the formof program. It conducted and
:, I physical education was stressedor handled so it can be rapidly chang I the Southeastern District of USMC. Hodges W. N. Martin and Dennis

: '- Overtime On Sunday accomplished. In fact physical i ed. Teachers and students participate -, at Orlando,. Fla., that the only way Small sang "In the Garden" and

.... .18-"".=.- education in our school was the sameas I in calisthenics at least 101 I II they could get into the Marines "Rock of Ages" and Mr., Small sang.
I would be, to through Camp Bland- I as a solo "Nearer to Jesus."
in many other small schools minutes each day; the remainder of I go '
The labor department Monday throughout 'the statepracticallynil. the period is. used to do any of the ing. The boys preferred not to wait Services were concluded at the

called an informal: conference of Nothing definite was ever done following: I until they would be called but volunteered graveside Woodlawn Cemetery,
cane and beet sugar' producers including to possible. West Palm Beach where intermentwas
about It. The boys in juniorseniorhigh Military Drill Squirrel in Tree go as soon as ,

Florida representatives' to played football and basketball; Cat and Rat' Three Deep, Bluebird;I This office did everything possibleto made at two, o'clock in the aft

; '; indicate 'tentatively that seasonal the'g 1'ls basketball. These two London Bridge Red Rover, Red see that they could get into the ernoon ,
\ / operations for sugar processors under sports' were held after school and branch of their choice and wrote to Pallbearers were Glen E. Ether-
Light Croquet Drop the Handker- '
\ :'"?:'.;" : the fair labor act may be changed participation was voluntary. Thus chief, Statues, Farmer in the Deli the Sergeant In Charge of the USMCat ton, Elbert L. Stewart. J. W. Lolly

\ ,, ,, to require overtime wage payments many students were excluded from Simon Says Relays (at least 5 varieties Camp Blanding and to Major Rob- Dan B. Allen, J. A. Cane 'and Urey
,: -
for the seventh consecutive! form of physical education. bins at Orlando asking them to do Waldron.
'; any ,) Bowling with croquet balls.
" I what could for them. We have .
' I Beginning' last, fall the physical Colors 'Races. Jacob and Rachel they Mrs. Stone is survived by three
-I received letters from both informingus daughters and two all of whom
fitness program recommended by the Marching to Music;, -Still Water sons
War Department awakened our Who Stoops Last, Going to Jerusalem that they would do everything, reside in Clewiston: Mrs. W. C. Hook

" ,_* mean that Florida processors of raw whole school community this de- Soft Ball. Dodge Dan Jump possible for then (Continued'on page 5)
i i sugar will be paid double' time for We wish to stress also that Sandy
spite the fact that we had no certificated Rope Beast, Bird, Fish I Went to
.ti,: Sunday as a part of the customary physical education instructors Miami*. Hikes, Walks Leap Frog, (Continued on page 5) Service-
. full ,week operation of the sugar Somersaults Kiwanis
j ., and little equipment. Cartwheels Skipping.

3';1 mills'probably at this would season.be retroactive.The decision I Here is, a general outline of our (*Rainy day activities) Annual St. Patrick'sDance Board Now Set UpThe
In grades have
I! incomplete. but growing program. the elementary we
" Rep. Pat Cannon' Miami member found enthusiasm and interest!
Equipment more
of the house agriculture committep..j I Clewiston school site consists of on the part of the students' if they I I Planned Here service board upon which

, believed Monday that in regards -. 3i, acres. Two school buildingstake are allowed to choose the activity will be inscribed the names of those

to cugar processing will seta up approximately 1 acre. We for each particular day just before I Plans are going forward for the residents of Clewiston serving with

: precedent for similar steps regarding do not have a gymnasium. All activities leaving the classroom. The teacher ,Annual St. Patrick's Dance, given as I Uncle Sam's forces, sponsored by the

; citrus, vegetable and fruit must be handled outdoors. guides them in order to see that a benefit for St. Margaret's Church Kiwanis Club, has been set up in

._ canning workers. I At the beginning of this school there is a variety in their choice-: by the Altar 'Society, and the event the southeast corner of Civic Center

"The effect will be further to year we had the following play boys have a tendency to choose is looked forward to with great interest (j Park facing the intersection of Bond

drive up production costs of these I ground equipment on hand; 2 foot' rougher games than girls However, since in the past. the St. PatJ Street and the highway and the work

commodities while th'e OPA continues balls, 2 basketballs, 1 volleyball, through careful guidance the seven I rick's]: Dance has been. the outstanding of inscribing the names will be begun

its squeeze with a tight ceil.i 1 net, three, jump ropes and tworubber teachers have now brought pupils event of its' kind in the Lake sec- shortly.
ing for the finished product," said playground balls. to the point where they like to play The project committee of Kiwan-

r Cannon. "Either the seasonable We asked the 'County School games involving both boys and girls tion.The dance will be held in the ians responsible for the service boardis

..r, : operations in cane and related in- Board for approvaLof $50.00to purchase at least twice a week.A Sugarland Auditorium;; where such a composed of G, H. Small G. B,

,dustries involving the original proc- I the necessary physical education few minutes after grades 1-2-3 successful dance was held last St. Thomas and r... A. Wolff. The board

, essing of commodities must be con- [ equipment. We used $56.00 for return to the building, grades 4-5-6 Patiick's Day. The lifting of the was constructed by L. J. Pape and

' tinued or it may be necessary to 2 complete croquet sets .... go out for their thirty minutes of ban on pleasure driving makes] the was designed and the art work done

boost higher price ceilings and the 1 discus physical education., Teachers fol- auditorium easily accessible. Arrangements by Al Garonne of Riddle Field. At

ultimate cost to the consumer.' 1 iron shot \ low similar procedure in supervision have been made for a/ the top is the Kiwanis ,emblem and

The presidential order upon which n 1 boysjjavelin / and guidance. splendid six-piece orchestra'for the the board is flanked: by American
the overtime charge would be based 1 girls Javelin" These children, being older and dance. Detailed plans will be an flags. Mr. Garonne will also] paint
l' (Continued on Page 5) 4 "Outseam" playground balls I (Continued on page 8) nounced next week. the names on the board.f .




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desert island now, Full Requirement

Until I find it I :$ht..11not' ./ dbb I "I've: got half a mind to get '-, !i}
_It"""""'""" ruckus all about?" he asked."It married. ,
Aunt Jeni the was ,1
But "
return Arriving simultaneously "That isn't true! "Well, that's all you need. ,
STORY SO FAR: be good idea. Speak -
TIlE the corners might a

those Ranch, Ann fer nodded and drew t
A place where at the King Cole ing pointedly to Jenifer, he added:
Old Early 'of her mouth. i t
discovered Look
No Second
Cole Cody mea
violin Lee and told
study wills, two minutes You were right in what you "
who about
Identical ;
Bill Cole had made two "I'll give you Cal Roundtree and I_ "By the way, have you ever seen a. ,
and the said Wal- while ago. ,
V/ill have to c o leaving them all his money more to think it over, ghost?" ;
Ranch. Rance Waldron, established at dron.uThat's because if I go shoot- have found out a thing or two. "Well, once I thought I saw one, but ;.'
and stt-y the Ranch since Old Bill's death from a ing your lock oft, I'm apt to wake "Will you step in, Mr. Cody? I didn't stop long enough to make sure."

until they mysterious gunshot wound, questionedthe of that nosy Roundtree. I'll go to the asked Aunt Jenifer. "You're right
Bill and the legality .
of Old ,
sanity hand-ax. welcome. The Difference
Aunt kitchen and get a
le.' Ann's
..rn.' A" the wills. Late that evening watched Rance helpa They listened for his departing "I'd be glad to do so, ma'am," "They say people with opposite

(\" Jenifer stole lurching out and man out of the house. footsteps and didn't hear a sound.So said Cody politely, and stepped characteristics make the happiest

0 She strange awakened Cole and told' him what they quite naturally decided that briskly into Ann Lee's room. marriages.. "

had happened. Together with Cal, the he was still standing before their Aunt Jenifer closed and locked the "Yes, that's why I'm looking fora

foreman, he trailed the fleeing horsemen door, trying to trick them into stick- door and wasted no further time girl with money."

WNU Features. to a deserted cabin. Aunt Jenifer footsteps., search ing their noses out when he'd be giving Cole Cody, with Ann Lee all

Ing Rance's possessions, heard ready to pounce on them. But he ears to take it in, her adventureof

Now continue with the story. had tricked them in another way. the night. She even handed the MINORaSKIMaiRRITATIONS

What he had actually done was' Jenkins letter to Cody who read it. LIil AND
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I remove his boots, set them down and then stood there frowning at i1 li !a
XIII socked feet PETROLEUM JELLYInfluence
gently and hurry in "I don't know what to do about,

adVenturesome to the kitchen, get the hand-ax and it all," he said at last. "This letter

For one stricken instant' the return. The next thing they heard found in his room, and the fact of

PLANTS Aunt Jenifer felt The as was his voice, at once angry and his having hid a wounded man in No' star ever rose or set without

ONION though she were paralyzed. likea mocking. his room all day, comes pretty close influence somewhere.-Meredith.

GENUINE BERMUDA CRYSTALWAX next second she leapt and ran foot- "Fooled you that time, my pretty. to 1 pinning Mr. Rance Waldron's ,

OR YELLOW ONION PLANTS frightened deer; her racing loud ladies," he jeered at them. "I pulledmy ears I back. He-" -

Delivery to April. Also fine Babosas.to dis No; steps sounded extraordinarily dashed boots off and made the trip, and "A man hid in the house all day!I"
Special prices You
quantity too great. in her own ears as she here I am back with the ax. Ann Lee. "A wounded man?

tributors.DUN ROVIN RANCII, Catarina, Texas through Waldron's room louder toward sound the had your chance to run" but it's gone Tell gasped me about it!"
Then an even this.
corridor. Listen to .
FEED struck her ears, a man in the yard The hand-ax crashed into the solid "It's my notion," said Aunt Jeni -
she could run, fer tartly, "and I reckon it's Cole '
running faster door.A ,
of the
FARMERS. CATTLEMEN, DAIRYMEN, making for the outside door of TomCough's oak cool and impersonal, Cody's notion, too, that Rance Wal- ; ) -
Produces up to 4 tons or mon voice, he's been hiding, (
grow kudzu. gained the door for it dron and the man {
no crop She darkness ia-
feed yr. room.
choicest every of the
of out
per failures.acre 1 planting lasts lifetime. No pest,. she heading for and heard the spoke Rance Waldron are the two that held the stage up = \\ i
No cultivation after Istyr was was dark where 1 .
A easily legume eradicated.rebuilds poor land,stops washes other door snapped open, and heardamap's stood; he had left his lamp in his yesterday. Right, Cole? G 1i
conservation pay
Qualifies for Gov. soil boots come poundingon. by striking Cody nodded. "
ments.Write for facts pr.on 2-3 yr.crowns; heavy room, making his way
The Kudzu Farms, Box A, BarnesviHe, Ga "Right, Aunt Jenifer. And more ft.\\- t.

I She fled faster than ever, carryingher I. / .t than that, Cal Roundtree feels cer-
CHICKS FOR SALE lamp in one hand, her letter in tain that Tom Gough-that's the O In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets
there are no chemicals no minerals no
; the other. The lamp chimney was man Waldron has been hiding'out- phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are dif-

HELM'S matlngs WORLD U.RECORD S. approved.Chicks-ROP Official shaken off and crashed to the floor, Is the man who shot old Early Bill. ferent-act different. Purely vegetable-a

tested.sired $3.95 up sexed. Delivery now. Fre<. making a noise, it seemed to her, If all of us are right in our guesses, combination of 10 vegetable ingredients
I bulletin. Illinois Hatchery lletropolis.Ill.REMEDY loud enough to wake the dead, but we'd better watch our steps. But formulated over 50 years ago. Uncoated
smoke I I or candy coated, their action is dependable -
i the flame, giving out more and d we round these two up and hand thorough yet gentle, as mil-!
than light, still burned on them over to the sheriff, what can lionsof NR'shave proved.Geta lOt Con-

New Scientific Discovery. Removes corns, showed her dimly the way she must we actually prove against them? vincer Box. Larger economy sizes too.

callouses, bunions, permanently.50c.4 year Don go to gain her own room. She We've got scraps of evidence, but
old has never failed. Costs Th back and saw the man at that. Trya
send stamps. Testimonials by request. glanced it's mostly guesswork
pttvfp jVEM
Wright System Box 620 Des Moines Iowa speeding after her; ,it was"too dark man for murder, and let the jury

back there for her to make him out I find him innocent, and you can't CANDY

RAZOR BLADES clearly, but she knew it must be ever haul him into court again.

Rance Waldron, and she could imag- \' That's the law."
RENT BLADES Single The or aVsvaaudeneMobile DouWoEdS ine his hard hands. choking her to If ,by some off chance he ,thoughtthat or REGULAR!

death. under the circumstances a con-

By about three yards she won the trite Ann Lee would break down and

race. But by the time she could H plead to be forgiven, he didn't as

Laundries slip into Ann Lee's room and get '1n1V yet quite know his Ann,Lee. X-To'relieve distress of MONTHLY

her key into the lock, he was at her She kept her eyes down and her

Complete mobile laundries ac door.[ By the fraction of a second hand hands clasped before her, and said Female WeaknessAND
she shot the bolt before his
company our troops to part; meekly,
of the world. Each laundry ha! touched the knob. "Perhaps, Mr. Cody, that the shot- HELP BUILD UP RED BLOODt

clothe through Ann Lee's this morning was sent Lydia E. Flnkham's Compound
to getsome 15,000 soldiers' ; Then she sped, you received TABLETS (wittt added Iron) have
clean -every week; The ,United room and to the door that gave by Providence to remind one thai helped thousands to relieve peri-

States army is the cleanest in the upon the corridor, and as she heard the spirit of man should never be odic pain backache, cranky headache, blue feelings with-
weak, nervous
world. him ,coming there, too, she got that proud, whereas if you stood out --due to functional monthly

door locked. there in the lamp light and Mr. disturbances. Tab-

There was a heavy silence, then i" : Waldron popped a bullet into you, lets Taken help reguIarly-P1nkham's build up resistance against

Ann Lee's sleepy voice asking, "Is it would probably only show that such annoying symptoms. Also,

How To Relieve that you, Auntie? What are you doing you are a bigger fool than he is." tic their tonic Iron to makes help build them up a fine red hema-blood.

"Sit Plnkham's Tablets are made especially -
? Aunt Jenifer said crisply, women. Follow label di-
Then Rance Waldron's voice spokeup down, Mr. Cody. Seems as though rections. Worth trying

Bronchitis saying curtly yet not over loud, you're always to save our bacon

"Miss Edwards, I think you had from falling into the fire. Let's havea i

Creomulsion relieves promptly because better let me come in. Or, if you bit of a war talk, shall we?" .,

it goes right to the seat of the like, you might step out here and "Auntie! Ann Lee glared at Miss :

trouble to help loosen and expel give me a word of explanation." Edwards, using one of the highest-
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto thank "Want to shoot it out in the dark? in stock. "For 1 .
Mr. Waldron, she kept
soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed "Not tonight, grade glares "I.r.Q
bronchial mucous mem- you," said Aunt Jenifer with creditable Or get,out of here? this ''war talk of yours hadn't we i Tw '

branes.Tell your druggist to sell you calmness.Ann occasional match. The voice, better step into your room?" -
with the un-
Creomulsion an
bottle of
derstanding a you must like the way It Lee sat up in bed. cool and deliberate as it was, sounded "This suits me fine, said Cody,

quickly allays the cough or you are "What is it?" she 'whispered.'What like that of a man whom it wouldbe and sat down.

to have your money back.CREOMULSION. has happened?" just as well not to antagonize, "There is merit in my niece's sug- HOW
Again Rance Waldron spoke, more the voice of Cole Cody, just now gestion, Mr. Cody,". she said. a r; --
The words were, "You'll note if you look about. you
in silence.
Bronchitis7JJujs this time. arrived
Colds sternly
for Cou hs,Chest disarray famous
is in some ;
for that her room ,
Edwards I won't stand merely,
this sort of thing. You? come ?ut'' "What's going on 'here?" you see the dear child had already when
fast asleep
here and give me a good explanationor The answer came quickly enough. retired and was QUINTUPLETSrelieve
? My roomyou'll
fIeIt I'll smash your door down and "Oh, Cole! God sent you to us! the fireworks I
and as
find as spick span
aches and pains o! come in." That horrid Rance Waldron try- of
RHEUMATISrllNEURITISLUMBAGO Aunt Jenifer told her pat little lie ing to break our door, down!" always am. This way, please. coughing

can't see you, Waldron," said So the three went to the adjoining
then. .
t "I still have Cal Roundtree's gun,, Cody, his tone as steady and deliberate room and sat down, Ann Lee the hav- i'ciithi L s -
for extra -
"From returned to her own
v .Ziecr. Mr. Waldron," she said quietly., as before. your ax ing '

"Stick your ugly mug in here and work I can guess pretty close where chair needed. "
I'll shoot it off." are, though. Want to shoot it "Now for the war talk, said At the first signs which may warn of a
stick tail He reached for tobacco and cold-the Dionne Quintuplets' chests
"I'll bust your door down, I tell out in the dark? Or your Cody. throats and backs are rubbed with
"I know yothaven't your legs and get out papers. made especiallyto
said Waldron. between Musterole-a product
you, Cody pitched it of here?" "Cal_ and I figured the whole thing promptly relieve coughs due to colds,
took his time in out about as you do. Cal thought it make breathing easier and break up local
u122-Small! Size 60c out into the patio and I saw Rance Waldron bronchial tract.
Large Bottled( reu uut& good idea to hang the congestion in the upper
IT ill COCO DRUG STORES tr IT Hill II rmplll! price pick it up and holster it and deciding how to answer. might be a and save Musterole gives such wonderful results -
MCNEIL DRUG con inc. it off 'with him. Going to "Shooting it out in the dark, Cody two of 'em right away, because it's MORE than just an
Florida carry and fooling around. Maybe "salve". It's what so many
530 Broad Street-Jacksonville. ,. said after due thought, "is bother ordinary
? downto modern counterirritant -
open up Yet come right DoctorsandNursescall a
"No. Not on'your life. And if you sheer luck. I haven't been over luckyof he was right.don't really know a thing Since Musterole is used on the .
head off, and if it's the same with you I'd it we Quints-you may be sure it's just about
WNU-7 9-42; try it, I'll yell my late; either Rance Waldron or Tom cold-relief made!
voice that'll call the hogs; rather take you on by daylight. the
I've got a Gough. But I can't see much to IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild
home a mile; and the Cole Cody you "Suits me fine," said Cody. it tonight. It's kind of late Musterole for children and people with
mention will be here like a shot Rance Waldron dropped his ax. done on I'm clean tuckered tender skin. Regular for ordinary cases.
e the he did hand as he said, and me, for one, and Extra Strength for stubborn cases.DW
and will work on you way His gun was in the shooting-up this young lady

this morning, only I'll bet my bustle "All right; I'm taking your word for with me and the ride tonight. ,.
and more lasting back down the corri- handed ,,
he'll do a it, and started we talk this over, getting
For You To Feel Well job this time" dor to Its room. Cal in on it, in the morning and

24 hours every day 7 days every "That's something to think Then Bill Cole Cody stepped along maybe sending for the Judge and

week never stopping, the kidneys filter about," said Waldron, and sounded through the darkness toward the Joe to help give us a steer?"
waste matter from the blood. and thoughtful. Then he I Lee and her aunt Doc
reasonable where Ann
If more people were aware of how the rooms Lee looked her relief; Aunt
kidneys must constantly remove surplus fell silent. A moment later sne could were imprisoned. He, like Waldron Ann and said vehemently -

matter fluid that excess cannot acids stay and in other the waste blood hear his footsteps, moving away. before; him, struck a match or two. Jenifer nodded Cody I want you to stay
"Mr. ,
health l there wouldbe thoroughly destination he said, ,
without injury to By now Ann Lee was Arrived at his I'll sleep with Ann
understanding of why to tonight.
whole system is upset when kidneys fail frightened. She was sitting up, the "Will you ladies open up to me? It'sin near and take my room. Won'tyou
to function properly. bed covers clutched up to her throat the cards, I think, that I have a Lee, you
Burning,scanty or too frequent urina- ?"
tion sometimes warns that something: as though for protection. word with you." and bowed; it was a q

is wrong., headaches You may dizziness suffer nagging, rheumaUj backache "He won't come back, I'm sure of: It was Ann Lee's swift hand that Cody graceful rose bow, thought Ann 1'
pains, getting up at nights, swelling.\ it," said Aunt 'Jenifer. Yet she unlocked the door; Cody, his gun she and Aunt Jeniferrose !*
You will as
Doon' Pills trusted Lee
be Why using not a medicine try recommended the wasn't sure, and he did come back still in his hand, since he

country over. Doun'g stimulate the funstion going to shoot the loci Rance Waldron in nothing, made no also.They to their room; ht .
of the kidneys and help them to "I am threshold. His passed
flush out poisonous waste from the off your door-or I'll go get an ax. move to cross the his dark stepped after them to the door, tI t-
harmful. under
contain nothing smoldering
blood. They As for eyes, said a very
better ; and
had open up.
Get Doa",', today. Use with confidence. You took in all the loveliness of closed it gently
hombre it's ru I brows, Our Liberty
At all drug stores. calling that Cody before him quiet, Preserve
to his and he's the trim little figure And good nigh,
I've been room
use. his admiration, "Thanks, ma'am. War Bonds
hint of U. S.
no Buy
are'he's !
not there. The chances ni I gave .
\ nearer, than Bald Eagle." passed "on to Aunt 'Jen er. what ladies. (TO,BE CONTINUED) I i
"to me
Ann Lee whispered to her aunt "Do you care }

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Spanish Caused Colonies Monroe Revolt Doctrine I 0 OUR COMIC SECTIONPETER I Gems "Thought

pRIDE is like the beautiful

i In the days of President Monroe that lifts its head

I there was considerable appre- SENS I aEARwqRj QOis tJIOW Me po proudly above its neighbor
hension that European interests Torn KIM plants-forgetting that it too,
might so interfere with South like them, has its roots in. the
:; American states as to menace the m : B. dirt.-C. N. Bovee.

security of the 'U. S./ So Monroe PEEVE _, The beginning of action is
declared that,' in the American thinking; the beginning of

continents, any attempt to exploitany thinking is intelligent definition.
territory for European coloni- y 1Jd -Raymond Gram Swing.
zation would be held an unfriendly .
".: act. l The longer thread of life we spin,
' Spain was the country directly The more occasion still to win.

concerned, because of the South I n -ROBERT HERRICK.

American Spanish colonies that p Mankind is helped in its prog-
had revolted. It was feared that ress almost as much by the
Spain might transfer her claimsto study of imperfection as by the
a "Stronger Power." contemplation of perfection.-
So the Monroe Doctrine has $1WNU Rosebery.
come to mean that Europe must
: never interfere in the Americas. '-

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: -because they help develop man went to his doctor and requested -
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treatment for his ankle.
sound teeth! Scott's Emulsion is
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k; 1 times easier to digest than you been going about like this?" 0 J

plain cod liver: oil! Buy today! "Two weeks."

Recommended ty Many Doctors "Why, man, your ankle is broken. /
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r o e all is a mystery. Why didn't you "There are times when benefit
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of buying the wrong thing, clerks in Air Forces today, and every bomb- Captain Williams told how he took i HERE OS FURLOUGH
The Clewiston News the groceries state. A few peopleare ing mission would be doomed to the plane straight over the little! I
trying to figure out a balanced failure from the start except for the r James K. Weaver and J. B. Alder-
"bee-hives, the little Islands packed -\
supply of the necessary things and painstaking work of mechanics like man, both in training with the U. S.
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLKWISTON In Clewlston NEWS,,I buying them all at' once for the Hager who do their work carefullyand with anti-aircraft guns In' the] Navy Sea-Bees at Camp Perry, Wil-. :

inc. month. Most of us are trying to buy well. middle of Rabaul Harbor. "Throw- liamsburg, Va., are here this week, (
all fresh produce so we won't have I *- ing the plane round a bit, that's all on furlough. They have completed ; '. ,;
'KEA TilLEY BOWDEN", Editor to deplete the canned goods stock I Captain Paul I. Williams of Norman there was to do and that's what we their training period and expect to -- ,
until the growing season here is over. Oklahoma, and Clewiston, did," he said "The enemy fire was be sent into active service very .. .. .
Entered as second class mail matter There are only a few people who try Florida, continues to make headlinenews thick and the plane went throughtopsyCurvy "soon.'r ; (
.. Jii
February 1,. 1927, at the Pest Office in .to beat the point rationing system. in the Southwest Pacific. It maneuvers. : '
March Clewiston 3,, 1897.Subscription Florida. umler the Act -of 'We didn't think there would be any, seems that every time there is Captain Williams' feats make IN WASHINGTON '. '

but we found some ladies trying to startling news from the air forces in fronts age stories; they make the I ; '
buy soup at the eating places and that section Captain Williams has feature news detailed over the radio; J, E, Beardsley; ; ;general manager .. \
Rote $2.00 I'er Yenr. asking to be allowed to take it home I had a leading part ,in it. Along) with no tribute to the skill and courageof I of the Everglades Drainage District- 7-

Advertising Rates' On Application. with them! They explained they the announcement from General pilots like him can be too great. is in Washington this week on business : .1
would have to spend points for it at I MacArthur that the Japs are concentrating And equally important to their skill connected with the district refunding '- : ": ..
and wel- the store. men and equipment for and daring is the skill and painstaking with the Reconstruction Finance ;\, :
advancement :
Devoted to the I ,.
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. The clerks say the system will an attack on Australia and the work of those who make and Corporation. The RFC offices j.-;
change the line of goods carried in news that U. S. Army Air Forces are I'maintain the ships our pilots fly,- will be moved very shortly to Kan- !.:) '. '
the stores. Some of the canned bombing the ships and frustratingthe I men and women in the factories back sas City.. '_ .
fruits and,, vegetables that are defi- Jap efforts, comes another storyof home and men and even boys like' :

FLORIQ.\PRhSS MEAXBER ASSOCIATION* nitely In the luxury line cost so bravery and skill of Captain Wil Hager Lowe and a dozen others from 'I : \ :r' "
*NAnQ'W.fDITORlALASS0ClA1l0N: ] many points for the amount of food liams. Clewiston. For unless the ship had .
1 9-4- value in them that they don't expectto I Williams, who 'is operations of- been perfectly designed, perfectly Florist Agency >.. >Ll .
sell them till the war,is over. ficer for his squadron and leads all built and perfectly maintained no .
i Folks who have dogs and cats are its bombing missions, led an attack pilot could have put it through such Flowers delivered here at no ..L; : ,

MAKE YOUR WAIL FUND GIFT I worried about the animal reaction I on Jap ships in Rabaul Harbor, his maneuvers as ,were necessary for extra cost. Other towns, any'f'-
., No one has yet found a way: to explain 34th bombing mission and the toughest I Captain Williams to save himself where in U. S. add only cost of ': ': .
Everybody in Clewiston is busy. to them that Uncle Sam doesn't I of a career which began with the 1 and his 'crew' in such a mission as 55 telegram,. ranging from 20 to -: -: J.. .;'.',. .
What with rationing of this,- that give them a ration book and withouta I battle of Midway last summer. The that bver Rabaul Harbor several cents. : ..
I .
and the other to keep up with and ration book we just can't find a clouds were low over Rabaul Har- days ago. It's all part of the patternof MRS. SARAH E. FOUNTAIN I <. : .
the countless extra tasks imposed on way to get the accustomed kind of bor and the bombers had to fly in at winning the war, and every part Western Union Office .t ;". ...

private life by the war, Victory gar- food for them. an altitude that made them an easy of it is important. Day Phone 82 Night 2791 : '',' ,i.-" '
dens, canning, the labor situation So a dog's life these days is really target for anti-aircraft lire'and forced t .t'i.I _
Every time .a plane goes out on a .
continuously a dog's life. them to fly for 'five )minutes in the ,.
etc., everybody .
mission, a ship puts out to sea, or ... i. .
the grindstone. Few glare searchlights from the ships -'"
their nose to .;
I a company moves forward in battle,
indeed are those who have even a! and the ground defenses. His bomb r. F,:. .,,
heart of America with it.
few hours per day' to themselves. I .'N.N.N.N.NON.N-N. ..N.N.N.N.N.N.NL. .N..N.N.................N..N..; ardier Lt. Walter Lucien, of Hudson, I the goes I DRESSMAKING, ALTERING; -.;L/t
Practically everyone has taken on as I I I N. Y., who was on his 30th mission, I .
much as they can of the public ser- (r many of them with Williams as pilot Buy More Bonds I u .
vice in one form or another.For said "We were just damned '''Mrs. Inez Pope (':
this reason each Individual ; With lucky to get out. We owe it all to .,
should bear in mind to be ready to Williams. He did things I didn't Millcrest Near Passenger Depot ,J'l 1-: ,-
make his contribution to the Red know could be done with a B-17. He
Cross War Fund. You will notice Our I maneuvered the plane like a pursuit (next door to Bill Allen's), J ._ : 0.;

that the Red Cross workers are those Boys ship. It was the best piece of pilot- INVEST 10%' OF YOUR I I ; .

who already have their hands and ing I've ever seen. The first thing I I ; .,
their time filled, and who have takenon theI I knew I was looking up at the search-. I Ii I f{.1. ':
this added Red Cross work be- J, in lights. I said 'that can't be right- T .,
cause it is so important that it be i I they are supposed to be on the l Johnson's Fish Camp \ : -
done. We should all try to make ground'." War Bonds I (Near hurricane Gate) '..
this Red Cross War Fund solicitationas Service I Williams spotted the target in Clewiston, Fla. .. -
easy as possible on them. I spite of the overcast and sneaked in i Boats and Motors-Guide Service
To do this give double the amount from a high altitude, leveling off ata Rates Reasonable '

you at are your accustomed earliest to give opportunity.and giveit I...................................................................................................:::. couldn't height very from well which miss a, said bombardier Lucien. W. H. Johnson, Mgr. I =

Clewistou's quota is $1700; and thatis I ; "When we leveled off, we had five .
a big amount. It isn't'so large Home for the weekend from nice warships all. lined up in frontof --' o. :'
when you consider the number of Jacksonville where he is stationed I us. That's a sight I'll never for- AFTER THE WAR YOU f

people ,who are in Clewiston'permanently at the Naval Air Station was GusL. get. We could see the trurrets on WILL WANT TO BUILD J. M. COUSE ;
now. We've never known Cantrell, Jr., who has been in the this cruiser below us and we wentat : '
exactly what the population here is, Personnel Office Division at the Sta- it lengthwise and three really big YOUR OWN HOME. CONSIDER Counselor and Attorney at. Law \\JW'
because by the time it is counted ancf tion. Gus has received an '''advance- ones hit on the front, the middle and .. Hopkins Building \, .:::.:::; .':

the figures released (months later) ment in rating' and will be Yeoman the back. It just came up out of INVESTING PART Wednesdays and Saturdays '"

it has changed so that the figureisn't third class or third class petty of- I the water. They always do when you OF THE REMAINING 85% ',
",coriect. However more than I ficer. This rating becomes effective hit 'em like that." l 9:30 to 4:00 _,' '': '.
2,000 War Ration Books Number March 15, after four months' in "Anti-aircraft shells and tracer OF YOUR INCOME IN A I: ,
Two were. issued to white residentsof service and is 'a swell record for a ammunition started coming in at us .- "- ?("
Clewist6n from 'the local school I Clewiston high school boy to ",hlake.I in' a steady stream after: we-dropped i ; ::. >
,\ -
I $ HomesiteCLEWISTON .
building last week, and that will I We suspect it means a transfer from our' bombs although not even the '
give some idea. I the air station too, and are expecting searchlights caught'us until after we WANTEDYoung "

The Red Cross is a "must" organization I a new address for Gus. let..go, but when ,the shells started it I, I .

It is always one of the I Edwin Roath apprentice ,seaman, I II I was a steady stream. We could seethe IaCLEWISTON> I ""lI "l\: :> ,

most important welfare groups in I U. S. Navx, walked in on his parents ,t tracer bullets going past on both i '
the world. In war time it is a life- I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Roath, Saturday -i If sides., They say you're not supposedto lady wanted for part-time: : :: : '._' '
line from the boys in service to. the attention to. the tracers REALTY .
I evening paying a surprise pay any work. Typing Fridays and ,Sat' ."
folks back home. Don't let it down.. 1 i visit on his first leave since enter- because the ones that.get you are the 2. ,_ '
Give and be happy to give to sucha ing the navy in December. Mr, and ones you can't see. We didn't have and DEVELOPMENT urdajs.; Prefer a person who likes "A, ;. '.' ..
worthy cause. Mrs.. Roach invited'several friendsin any altitude to fool around with but mathematics. C. AV. Lingham', :. :'; : .: :
for a buffet supper Tuesday evening Williams put us through some fancy CORPORATION ; l.l.\
Room 3 ; : :
Hopkins Building.
as, Edwin had to leave next day motions-we were just lucky to get .

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: to return to his station, Camp Bain- out." ,, 7 .? Ef -:

bridge, Maryland. Edwin likes. the ter... ...
Navy very much and like all our \ : ;
o RAM8LINGSI, Clewiston boys seems to thrive on :t :
I I the and treatment Uncle : "
training '
I :
: ; ;
., Sam gives his nephews in service I \ ,, :
.:y..wM.w.The..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:: __ /lj ..,:" ..
We'd like to remind all boys in J I .'dJ"...J\.I.; ., ",,'. .'.
community was saddened this service who are receiving the paper c;: \l i! :',-:,'::: { ""'.":": :-
death of of well their folks back home to 1 f I / I t ''r'F' :.
week by the tragic one I as as i r"I '- 'I iLyi11 J .; .;< : ,.
II .
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F. :
its real pioneer citizens, Mrs. Viola please advise us promptly of a I / I I :"

Stone, who had watched and beena i change in address. That's important I : ..,' r. r, .;'j./' ',.'.
part of the life and growth of 1 for: we try to keep our extra papersto i j I : -: '

Clewiston from! the early days of its i a minimum and ,seldom have an I. : ._ ,:. .;{;r i: :.;

development. Many who did not i old one to send on to boys who miss _. .,..,\" ,,;
even Know her by sight sorrowed at their current issue. ; '. >. 4t Y.r, :;
her passing, for she was the motherof Changes in address brings to minda I h

five children, all of whom are. use- letter from the Hacketts. Hackettis
" ful citizens of Clewiston. Mrs. Stone not in the armed service (although 'i : : t

was a kindly mother, who reared her his address is care Excell Helium -- I

family, and tended her home' and the I plant Exell, Texas, which has quite ,.';,_."..'.:.'.. .H",...iv"1'..".....'..., .".'
business at hand, was a neighborand I a war sound these days) but they I .'. ...> -e" ., "

friend to those with whom she I, wrote for the address of Junior Waters i +s'J :if: :'
came in contact so that her time was having seen in the News that he I
filled indeed with the usefulness of was in Amarillo, Texas which is

living. Such a mother is missed not close by. They're trying to locate f I -'
only by her family but by the friendsof him and we hope they succeeds -J:
the various members of her fam 1 ce a Clewiston face will look goodto 11 F r ix

ily. And this legion of friends extend all of them that far away from .
1 "

sympathy in their. bereavement.. [I home. I 11y 1. : <- ,> >: (

This unbecoming Florida weather I Another Clewiston boy who is in -,.. ,.I ..-' ,.. ', ,'',':. ,.'.
is with us again this week but it did far away North Africa is Bill Vent. 'I '. < ..
r ,. .
bring some welcome rain to the gardens ;Ie says the army is treating him tit -.. 1 l. 'o:''' ".:-
we're all with this some : .' "j j; :'
struggling just fine and he has interesting !' ;".. -
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year. Such a flurrying of seeds and things to tell when he gets home, ::/.i9l! .': ""-: \','. '....
studying of canning methods hasn't but cannot write them in a letter. He / '
been seen since our grandmother'stime sends greetings'and a Hello to all : ::
r"I.:2 \
and those who have thought his Clewiston friends. ; : :,
this generation couldn't compai'ewith .-

that of former years, just And Young (very young) Hager 'Our men in the service in this war have "Out of thousands of replies the first "',: :: :}

haven't had 'a chance to watch. This Lowe is the latest soldier- '3tudent pretty definite ideas about what they're 'assignment' to the folks back home was 1 :: i'f: /'f:
task of canning enough during our from Clewiston to make the gradeas
fighting for and the way they want to find 'Make sure I'll have a job in my chosen 6 ,
growing season to carry us throughthe an aviation mechanic. Hager has our country when they come back..don't field of work when I get back'. Number 5 was f : .' .:"
dry summer season has becomea received his diploma air- :
as an :.
you think so, Judge? 'Make sure that Prohibition isn't put over -
real challenge. Many's the house- plane mechanic at Keesler Field -
"I certainly do, George. Just a week or so on us again. t ',;
wife who never "put up"-a thing in (Mississippi) from the B-24 Liberator ',:
ago ltwas reading in a national magazine the "When the men in the last war came' I -t...
her life who is busy learning how to Bomber School. He is now ready for ; ." .
can tomatoes, grapefruit juice, and active line duty, servicing and main- results of a poll taken among our soldiers. home and found prohibition had been put rover

all the various garden stuff. ,A few taining the huge Liberators for long Each man was given a questionnaire con- on them behind their backs they were ;

shelves' of home canned products in distance bombing forays against the taining twenty-five 'assignments' for the sore as boils. You can see from what I

every household will go a long way Axis. It is the completion of an folks at home. He was asked to check the just told you how they feel about it this G

toward making our food go round intensive 17 week course and Hager I first five in order of importance to him. time too."
this year. gave it everything he had in the way .
of application to duty and hard ,r f
Most people are being a bit re work. The Liberator is the largest Conjtitntt oj AlcottolU Bturett InJuttttt. liu \.. '
luctant to spend their points for fea. bomber in active use by the Army ..,


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MRS. DURST ELECTED TO 3,370, War Books- i Mis. Hub Spooner,. Mrs. S. A. Me-1 I work made it imperative to operates
HEAD LADIES AID SOCIETY Corklc, Mis. Jack Baker, Mrs. G. B.
intensively during the harvest per-
i! Thomas, Mis B. J. Bjornson and

[ Personals ] Mrs. E. W. Durst was chosen president Mrs. N. V. S. !Mumford, Mis. E. 1.. Miss Mary NeeJy.) iod in order to get 'the full "crop>

) of the Ladies Aid Society of the Stewart, Mrs..W. L. Lott, Mrs. A. 0. '" --. --, yield turned to raw sugar. Florida -

Community Church at the meeting Ward, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Read, Mrs. 15 Select esDell producers have advanced the>

,Ii" yesterday afternoon. Mrs. F. E. :M. A. Thomas, Mrs. P. F. Powers, I same argument.

Mrs. C. J. Nielsen is spending a Conkling was chosen vice-president. Mrs.1 R. Y. Patterson, Mis. F. D. Josiah Ferris of the U. S. Sugat

:," few days in Belle *Glade with her Mrs. C. W. Fuller and Mrs. W. L. Duff, Mrs. C. M. Parker, .Mis.jS. B. volunteered 'or service one I Corp., Florida's largest producers,

:i, ._ I sister, Mrs.. L. H. Nash. Lott were re-elected to the offices of Rackstraw, Mrs. A. P., Thompson, month ago and was not drafted. He I was present for the discussion Mon-

'+i\\t -secretary and treasurer. Mrs. 'Slonaker.Mis. is a married man but we wish to repeat day. Several representatives were

n, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson are Mrs Joseph Robbins was in chargeof Morrison, Mis. R. C. Wilson, again that we have not drafted ; present- for Louisiana and members,
) :;..;;, spending several days in Jacksonville the program and 'gave the final Mrs. JV. Ezelle, Mrs. Oliver, Mrs any married men, married before December :'I of the Beet Sugar Association also

,'f"I. //in a series, of studies on South American Kine, Mis. C. L. McClendon, Re\ II. 7, 1941, except in cases i were invited. The latter were especially -

" ." :.' I countries. Mrs. G. H. Brown C.' Meadbr, Mrs. P. M. Mclutyro, where their status changed, no longer I insistent that the existing'

, ', ,.. Mrs. John A. Morrow is spending reported for the finance committee Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mis. Lamb, Mrs. making them eligible for a 3-A provisions for a full week's operation -,

several days this week in Gaines- that, when a few additional sales are Jack Schopenhauer, Mrs. Alexander, .classification I during the season without overtime -
made, the committee will turn in
ville, her former home.: Mrs. Iitzen1 rs. Foy Dunence, Mis. be continued under the fair-
$26.85 from sales of cards, and polishing -
--'- Arch Hodges, Father T. J. Geary Cane Growers- ; labor act. First, processors of farm

'. ,.. Dr. and Mrs.. L. M. Weetman were cloths. Mrs O. A. Jones, Mis, H: R. Hall, ..... commodities are exempt from .over-
: Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs J. E. (
.- 'visitors in West Palm- Beach Satur-I. Mrs. E. W. Durst, :Mrs. C. J. Neilson, time provisions.
I Beardsley and'Mrs.. W. C. Prewitt
; day. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. C. Ziler! Mrs. wasfirst questioned bJa Louisianacane j Rep. J. Hardin Peterson, Lake-
were hostesses. There was a good
; \\ _.- W. C. Owen, Mrs. Drinton. :Membersof producer who asked the labor j land, said he has asked Economic-
attendance of members and two visi-
f Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Riggle of I the faculty assisting were Mis. department a ruling on its application | Director James Byrnes to "give usa
tors, Mrs. Agnes Marshall and MrsF.
West Palm Beach are arriving this E. Veltre. John N. Montgomery, :Mrs. M. II. to sugar mills. This producer } ruling on whether the President's
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week-end for a few days' visit with Sharpe, Mrs. Jerome Fugate, Mis. repeated the argument that executive order will be interpreted

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. ,Reahard. SOCIETY"N Roger Weeks,. Mrs. E. H. liolstni". the seasonal nau c of sugar mill ''as I applying to sugar processors."
MEETS AT:MRS. OGLESBY'SThe -------------------------
haveas ;
Mr. and Mrs..H. D. Brazzell

their Mrs. Brazzell's sister -c 'o .A. ... ., -.
guests "'" : ;=s.r- =: .""
St. Altar Society
Mrs., Earl W. Scott and son, '
met yesterday at the home of Mrs.
who -
Roger of Danville; Virginia, arrived
yesterday for a visit: H., J. Oglesby. Mrs: Gene Powers I t..JZMroS.. y yt I Ix

vice-president, was in charge ,in the

Mrs.1T. E. Dilley of Belle Glade absence of, ,the president, Mrs. C. J. ryt; f f; k In Introducing 1943 patterns
I Nielsen.In tH '
was confined in ,the Clewiston Hospital ,I -
;;,. with' a strep throat, infection addition to the usual business :' H ;- of the famous Sears
.' week. I routine, plans were made for the s
this She is recuperating at ti Yy
( the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson ->annual St. Patrick's dance., ; 4 Servistan Duralin f
!' here. There was a nice attendance of sx :f Super It fI r rsst
members, and a social hour was en- jI- 1 Q/ + N M4i I
I joyed after the ,
Mrs. W. M. Bradnack left Clew-
' :is ton Friday after a residence .of *

i .. ; several years, to join her husband in BIRTHS i Rugs-

I Jacksonville. Mr. ,Bradnack, who t
";.'. 'was associated with the U. 'S. Engineers Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Croy, a son, BUY wAn BONDS I

Carroll Ralph, 7 pounds 11 ounces,
:.' here, was lecently transferred -
j j:! : to the Jacksonville office. Saturday, February 27th.. r AND STAMPSFOB ,- _

I Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, a VICTOBYYES ; and yard goods !

. !; Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bunyard, Mrs. daughter, Ila May, 7 pounds, 5 oun- f

1.-- Irwin Boettcher and Mrs. Betty ces, Wednesday, March 3rd. ;

=.. Lindsey of West Palm Beach attended (I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wylie, a I a3a F.' -

J the funeral services of Mrs, i I daughter, Janet Lorraine, 8 pounds k
: I
: "' Viola Stone here_ Thursday Mrs.j:j 12 ounces, Wednesday, March 3rd. 59 C

'. '" Bunyard and Mrs. Boettcher are sis_; Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Weaver, a son, I I YOU CAN MAKE'V : .

J I; ,i- ters of Mrs. 'Stone and Mrs Lindsey 9 pounds Bounces, Wednesday, .

j.-. ', is ,their aunt. I' March 3rd. t' | ANY PURCHASE OF -', d
sq. Y
,. -' Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe, a]I $10 OR MORE ON
Lt. and Mrs. Leonard W. Calkins, '111 .dt t ;
daughter; 6 pounds, Thursday, March j] EASYPURCHASE .
t 1-: Lt. Ralph Calkins and their mother, 4th. V SEARS -
I 1 w
i Mrs. L. H. Calkins, of Miami, stopped I II ::'---k PLAN
1 in Clewiston Wednesday ,to visit COMMUNITY CHURCH J p'-- Both 6 'ft. and 9 ft. widths. For
their cousin, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens.
John X. Montgomery, Minister color and for long
beauty of I
The boys are navigators and .have w 5 .,.
been ,associated with Pan American satisfactory wear. for easy cleaning :
6:45 Church School.11:00Morning .
{ ; and are now transferring to the reg" '- I .- choose Sear Super Duralin ,floor
Worship. Subject, -
ular Army. They were en route to
Nashville, where they have .beenassigned ,"Love So Amazing, So Divine. 'p covering. Their, shining enamel surfaces -

.. 1 I .6:30-Junior Christian Endeavor. i ct have been labor'
.,..': *****, *, ..:'i1--" *>.- -', -'- I'? .t( :i .J I" tested by our
7:30-Evening Worship subject atories. They have proved their
; Four freedoms. IV. "Freedom \ "'\
j- WILL: MEET FOR RED CROSS i lof Worship. I T \ ability to wear. Their beauty of'i

t : pat l t has been approved by
I The Community' Ch ll'ch'wel omes'I 'i I : )
The Co-Pilots Club, meeting Wednesday -I all who have no local church home > 1 : thousiuuL of American housewhes.Ik .

: ,evening in the Instructors to make this church your place of I I ( : ., ; -Y sine to-briiig exact measurementsof
Club, planned a barn dance as a'I worship. .,4 .:
.... ; s' ,. joni' 'ooili. ". '"
,form of entertainment for the evening .
The Mothers' Club the :
meets' in
'' :-. of March 20th, and planned also Community Building f< Thursday evening : :
1.. to meet at homes of various members I at 8:00.. Mothers of preschool. : _, ;;

who have sewing machines in rage children are invited. > 'f
order to do ", ; : "7:
ti. some sewing for the "
: I" EVERY MEMBER ENROLLMENT I ( '''':'r '1j" "
,- Red Cross. : >'>" !;
.' SUNDAY, March 14. Our goal: :
,: Mrs W. G. Reid, president, appointed -; Every' member present 'with his i -. -:

i' committees to plan the pledge .of interest, prayers and gifts.! ;= ; <.,:''"<",'
; :;' March 20th barn dance as follows: I' i

" .:1: Invitations, Mrs. Keine;. Music, Mrs. CARD OF THANKS I II ;
:' ;King; Entertainment, 11rs.Schuei I

'J '.' der; Decorations, Mrs.: Cushmaji; We wish ,to. thank our many!j

'!, ,Food, Mrs. Hardin and door chairman friends for their expressions of sym-

i. '.. Mrs. Peters. pathy and for the beautiful floral

:'. ,; : The members decided to meet as! offerings sent to us in our hour of

a group to sew on R'ed' Cross garments -! bereavement. These kind' deeds

1 .' .:,c. and since there are no ma'chines 'j I have helped us bear our great sor- .....
at the club house, plans. weremade row.
for meetings in the various! The
I Family Mis.I .
homes. I Viola Stone.
Attending Wednesday's meeting: ,
were Mrs. R. E. Peters, Mrs. A. R.

fi Brink, 11rs.V.. G. Reid, Mrs. Wil-[;1:i Sweaters Completed

"\ lard King, Mrs. H. P. Hardin, Mrs.

.. .' A. W. Archibald, Mis. H. B. Gush-, I By Local Workers t1ttIIVi

man, Mrs. Ken Woodward, Mis. H., I
D. Brazzell, Mrs. J. K Keine- Mrs,I II Sea NewVictory"

-. '- R. H. Brinton, Mrs. A. C, Lyons:'I A shipment of 44 sleeveless olive rs

Mrs. J F. Reahard and Mrs G.', G H, drab sweaters made by Clewiston

.' / Glasgow. "i(;,volunteer knitters was sent to an
.: '
." I Army depot by the local Red Cross I rr d dB r

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Chapter this week. This- shinment
I : I was made from 25 pounds of wool' W

Bob Berner celebrated his birth- and consisted of 28 small, 11 'med-

; day Sunday evening by taking a ium and 5 large sweaters. -

group of his friends. to the movies
and to the drug store afterwards for Mrs. Viola Stone' 1 2-pc. Living Room Suite

ice:: Cream sundaes.

Z Bob was born February 29, 1932,
'but celebrates March 1st as his 1 er, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Clayton These suites"are covered with beautiful Florida tapestryand

S. Waters, Tracy Stone and Munselle styled for 1913 Ihing. :Full size davenportand i
I'i birthday in years that do not have a compact $ 5 0
". February 29. I Stone; four sisters, Mrs. R., B. Bun- chair with cozily curved rills, roll front cushions 94. '
yard, Mis. Irwin
J. E. Boettcher
Invited to celebrate with him this and panels with carved trim. Your choice of maple or
Mrs. Zolena Lee and Mrs. Alvah
r year'were Jimmy Johnson, Skippy:_ oak panels. Decorator-approved colors. .
'Johns, all of West Palm
; one
Bob and Gene Mills,
Charles Miner brother, John Williams of Jessup,
i' and Ronald Hare. I
Ga.; grandchildren, Mrs. GeorgeE.
I l
:ri'' BRIDGE CLUB Crowe, Bonnie Fay Durrence, Miss I
June Hooker, Elbert and J. D. Hooker -

.' : and Hugh Tracy Stone and one
Mrs. Carl Johnson was hostess I great grandchild, Billie Sue Crowe.
r" Wednesday afternoon
to members of A coroner's
jury was impanelled
}I' her bridge club. First prize, a yellow -I by Coroner G. H. Small to make an
,'7 'dickey, won
was by Mrs. G. B. investigation of the accident and
.4.>. Thomas, and cut prize, a bread r after hearing several witnesses adjourned -
slicer, by Mrs. D. G.
Alston. I until
I this (Friday) after
1\'t Mrs. Johnson served veal salad noon. On the jury were I. S. Bell,,

with pickles, hot rolls, and coffee foreman, H. J. Oglesby, Howard 1000 First Street Fort Myers, Florida

;'"" to Mrs. Alston, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Leonard, A. C. Bembry, L. A. Wolff f' I
: Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. W. H. and J., T. Paul.
Lanier, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. H. Store Hours 9 to 6, Saturday 9 to 9 Phone

R..Hall and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID 11 -



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7e Physical Fitness Program UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL 11-1 USEHOLDTTS I: 'i''i'If

c v Prepares Girls for War DutyWith SUNDAY I Wesson

uDR your iron,is soiled on the bottom (
sprinkle a bit of salt on a .
ON 'Of. The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. 't
W patriotic forethought for the United States government's (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) newspaper and rub the iron over ,

growing needs for women in the armed services, the Universityof it. 1 "

New Hampshire has inaugurated a war program of physical Lesson for March 7 If you would* have* your broom ', .
D. C. exercise. Here at Durham N. H., hundreds of1J.wr'l .
fitness through last, do not stand it on the bris- ; : ,
THE AGRICULTURE girls are being made fit for Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected tles; hang it up or rest it on the .r

DEPARTMENTi r WAVES, WAACS or SPARS, Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by handle. .... \

i the last few days administration the President P .r in case they want to join perD sslon. Darns are less conspicuous .-I i '"'
has_silenced f
;himself critics of Claude Wickard, and de these women auxiliaries to BIBLE TEACHINGS AGAINSTDRUNKENNESS when -the-stitches are made parallel :
Sam's fighting forces.In to the weave of the material.
secretaryof Uncle !
creed: that he remain as r .
; r f. \
: agriculture.The Yt addition to making the In watering hanging plants, slip ; '.
President's stand came at the LESSON TEXT-I Samuel 30:18117; ; Isaiah
girls better qualified en- an oiled silk cover over the bottom ;
brew- 28: 1... 7; Galatians 51921.
;height of an increasing storm listment in these branches of GOLDEN TEXT-"Strong drink shall be of the pot. The water cannot I

farmer:!ing round, whom the amiable everyone Indiana likes corn but the service, their health in bitter to them that drink it."Isaiah 24:9.: then drip through onto the floor. I I

food is is being built to top
program general
whose all-important
Sowing and reaping is one of those
lagging. told peak, an invaluable, asset in universal laws which applies in all WHAT _ASPIRIN l
White House advisers whatever career they may realms of life. What we sow we You can't buy aspirin I SHALL '\ ,.::
the President that Wickard's_ pro choose for themselves.Left reap, whether in the farmer's field, that can do more for you I i
was inadequate, that it must than St. Joseph Aspirin I | BUY?
;gram in our national life, or in the life of L i ;
revised, that there and you can't buyaspirinsafersurertasteracting.St.JosephAspinn i '
;'be drastically w Moving in unison to
deficiencies of : the individual. It is true physically, .
,would be shocking rhythmic music these Universityof mentally, morally and spiritually.How is the world's largest seller at lOc and you ."
;food. Some have urged that Wick- then that intelli- get 36 tablets for 2O,. 100 tablets only : -
ard be replaced.The New Hampshire students surprising 35*. Always demand St.-Joseph Aspirin. I,
President, however, has defended lean forward and raise their gent Americans think we can go on
,. with the use of intoxidants which '.
his secretary of agriculture. less bv their ankles as they sit have destroyed other nations and ex- !
But also he has appointed White :?;i : Well-Gloved 1-i
Currie- on the floor. pect to escape the same sad conse-

'whose House Secretary field Lauchlin is Chinese rela- quences. Professional men have Fad of glove-wearing reached i .... .',"
regular f wrecked their careers, business men incredible heights during the reign ":
:tions-to act as umpire on the farm i 6 -' "I": ::'t'J': : ; : : ."
Wick- .;...,>: _. < < lost their hard earned positions, and of James I of England. As many .. ;
, ''program.: Currie has given ,. rich men dissipated their inherit- as three pairs, all richly'orna- ,'I\
for revamping -_
'!'ard a nine-point program ances; and at the same' time eachof mented, were worn at one time.
and [
American agriculture
them has.fallen into moral decayall
among other things has pointed out through their inability to con-
,that England increased her food pro- trol their desire for drink. Yet we 1"-. >

duction 50 per cent with little addi- continue to license its sale, and so '1"t!
'tional manpower. Why, he another generation of young men
cannot the United States do the :
must-meet the same temptation. --t '

same? e Our lesson presents three resultsof \

drunkenness.I. .
AGRICULTURE'S PROGRAM Military Defeat (I Sam. 30:16, ","

Here are Currie's proposals, ad- 17). r -
vanced with the blessing of the A crisis in the life of King Davidis "DAY

White House: related in this chapter. The t. .
1. The goals of agricultural pro- Amalekites had taken Ziklag. The 10 OVal WEEKS' i i '.'

duction should be higher. king and his family were prisoners, : SUPPlY S. i

2. A new production program, held by a host of barbarous men 1Estk2 ,,'. !
possibly with a new budget, far too strong for them to oppose. 1
presented to congress. He inquired of God and was told to YOs.GROVE'SABIDVIta n, 'I
3. All acreage allotments and of 400 mins are priced amazingly ,
his little
attack. With army
low...less than lfca day I ; '
other restrictions on production men he defeated them. Why? Be- when purchased! in large "J -. .
should be removed to encourage the cause in a drunken debauch they size.Unit for quality unit vitamins.you can't i i V .

more efficient farmers. were celebrating their victory of the Quality and potency gvar- .....L,. I <
4. The 1,000,000 farm, operatorsof anteed.'Cei GROVE'S Vita- If"'
day before. D Bi I
mins A and plus at -
second rate efficiency should be I This was not the first, nor the your druggist today! 1
brought into full production with theI while thegirls time that military defeat followed I
I instructor, Margaret Mochel, beats a tom-tom I last, "
livestock ma- Gymnasium :
aid of seed, fertilizer, indulgence in alcoholic bev-- 4 Wgeks.R1 t
chinery and even land. go through exercises in erages. It has happened even in the Aver "1

5. Cotton and tobacco acreage ,- :
the gymnasium.As present war. Have we learned the
,should be reduced, corn acreage, allotments lesson? Will we avoid that danger? l

removed entirely, and part of:their physical fit- In this country our armed forces I lI

more wheat should be fed to' live- ness program these students $b \ and defense workers are constantly .iammsIVMAkERSOMllOMOQUININr '"L.I

stock. (right are taking a high wall exposed to temptation-and how COLDTAIUTSIRRITATIONS
6. Profiting by British example, !
of them fall may
a new "land army" should be or- in stride. They also march and many '
know who has eyes to see.
to town and city dwellers calisthenics music. When .
ganized, use do to .. h
28:1-4 7)
n. National Decay (Isa. ,
,, especially women' for farm the weather is bad they train OF
work. Isaiah was a mighty voice against S N
7. Truck farmers who produce indoors. moral corruption, and for the right- EXTERNAL CAUSE .j ,

such luxuries as iceberg lettuce students also eousness of God. With true prophetic acne pimples bumps blackheadsg i f ?;
should be converted to more essen- Below: The insight he saw beneath the outward ugly broken-out skin.home Millions treatment.relieV e I :

tial crops. go in for cross-country or down- % prosperity and apparent glory of his miseries Goes to work with at simple once. Direct action aids t ..

8. Facilities for processing and hill skiing (no jumping). Here r people, and exposed the sins which healing and works White the Ointment antiseptic only way.as USBBlack dl-' j I :

drying foods should be increased. they are pictured on skis. Thisis would soon destroy them as a na rected.10c,25c.50c sizes.25 years success. "t ,i
9. Local direction of the farm aYj."' ay. tion. Outstanding among these destructive Money-back guarantee tsr Vit.alln j
particularly beneficial exer- cleansing, Is good famous \ ,
should be shifted away x forces was drunkenness. White Skin soap daily. .
program Blackand,
from Farm-bureau-minded agents, cise and how they go for it! Turning first to the northern king- j jTruth's

toward agents more responsive to dom of Israel (for the nation had [

federal direction. ; now been divided), he tells them
: : Friend
eWICKARD'S i Isr:(;: that though their valleys may be :
friend of truth is
FARM PROGRAMWickard's 'S fertile and their cities resplendent, The greatest ,
the collapse of all their boasted time; her greatest enemy is preju- "'

response to this will surely come if they dice.-Colton. 1
ing proposal was to accept sweep'I'I greatness :
$ .2// live in revelry and drunkenness.He .
it, reject part.
speaks of the .coming of "the r ;
He believes the production goals f K ,YYr > mighty and the strong one" (v. 2)

are already high enough that it's who will be like a destroying storm. I.
too late to present a new programfor He refers to Assyria-itself an ungodly MISERIES OFabyCo1d

1943, that cotton goals have already people, but used of God to

been substantially lowered, scourge His own people who had
and tobacco reduction would require become indulgent and sinful. r; .

change of the law. There is a truth here which we f, .

He agrees to removal of acreage need to learn. When nations forget

restrictions on. most crops, but not God and fail in their responsibilitiesto
on cotton and wheat, which still Him and to their fellow men; ReherdAs i'

yield embarrassing surpluses. when they become vain and self in- ,
Claude is a little touchy on the dulgent, God will bring judgmentupon t > "''' 1

question of county agents and com- them. He may use as His in- He : "<' ( }
mitteemen, insisting that federal strument nations who are them- : ..*L,.:.: : :" "
representation is adequate. selves pagan, to accomplish His purpose < >> } :{ .,:';

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'\V...<:Qf:' +Y.':'
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FULL PRODUCTIONOn The people should be led in "re 51 :',.',: .'....,.. 'f j I
t and righteousness by their e 5 ; .. ; j5f':
agrees other with the points White, however House, proposals he- : pentance religious leaders. How sad that direc-some e'p' ";; :: 'H

set an example in the other
declaring some already are tion. Others who live personal lives Now. .here's wonderful home-
in effect. He wants to bring the medication that works
are silent on these proved
1,000,000 less efficient farmers into above reproach 2 ways at once relieve distress of :
full production to increase dehydration important questions lest they give child's cold-even while he sleeps! 'j
who makeit throat, chest and
offense to someone may Just
of foods, convert truck farmers difficult for them. How sad! back with Vicks VapoRub at bed- 1'1't
from iceberg lettuce, etc., and or- Iz time. Instantly VapoRub starts ,
ganize a new land army from towns III. Eternal Destruction (Gal. to relieve coughing spasms, ease I

and cities. In fact, he alreadyhas 5:19-21). and muscular invite soreness restful,or comforting tightness, I,

a plan well advanced for the Military loss and national declen- sleep.Often by morning,most of :
"land army." sion should be enough to align every the misery is gone.
sake, try VapoRub
Wickard who had thinking against intoxi- For baby's
hardly been right person tonight.It must be good, because
heard of before his elevation to Wal- cants. But far worse is the fact when colds strike most mothersuse

lace's place in the cabinet, has had that they bring many, many men Vicks VapoRub. \

clear sailing for two years,' thanksin and women into eternal separationfrom

part to good weather. God. .

Now, however, he is facing just as v : ;: In this passage "drunkenness andreve1lings" '';,',1'f,
tough_ a job in trying to producemore find their proper ,
with the other works of the flesh -; !
as Wallace faced ten years
d :. +
ago in trying to produce less. No which close the door to the kingdomof I
secretary of agriculture ever faced ir-' God. There is no use trying to ,:.;l
dismiss or cover it up as the unfortunate '. '
more opposite and more difficult 44m.c '
otherwisenice .. J
weakness of an
problems. The average person real- Ji
izes the problems confronting the : person, or the natural resultof i
secretary: of agriculture. They ,are ; a bit of social fellowship. I Ii

exceedingly complex. America has too long regarded a i i

Wickard knows his position is I D: ';H" > H Although there was snow on the I drunken person as a joke-or: at mosta Keep the Battle Rolling
.k1 be indulged
shaky. But he is on his mettle, fight- mild these bit of a nuisance to
the weather particularly as
ground, was and
; Bible that Bonds ScrapWashington
ing to meet the ,established production I and tolerated. The says I With War i
goals. short-clad students ran the zig-zag for poise and balance. "they who practice such things shall i
not Inherit the kingdom of God. I

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George was the most bashfullad ? A NO TIlER information on various subjects
in the village. So the family .

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1."IIII rIIII1 lIdl them one evening that he was
1 The Questions 8. In the army what is a
.l : .. ..................... ...................... 1. What is fanion "walkie-talkie"?
After spending over an hour get- a ?
ting ready; he, set out. 2. What is the plural of index? The Answers

J l..lIIJiill"r; .I'' In half an hour he returned, 3. In the western hemisphere 1. A small banner. ,
; what country ranks next to the
: ; ; looking well pleased with himself."You're United States in population? 2. Indices. '
3. Brazil.
: : back soon, said his 4. Is steam visible? ,
I mother. "How did you get on?." 5. What is the second longest 4. No. What we see is steam
Fish Fulfills Protein This Week's Menu "All right," replied George, river in the world? condensed into water by contact
with the colder air.
-B I Needs of the System with' ,a grin. 6. What is in the clay from 5. Nile.
., Baked Whitefish, Creole "Did you see her?" which bricks are made to make 6. Iron

Parsleyed Potatoes Broccoli "I sure did," said George, still them red? 7. Maine. .
Watercress and Endive Salad
Oatmeal Bread Butter grinning. "And if I hadn't ducked 7. What is the only state in the 8. A 28-pound, short range radio
Broiled Grapefruit down quick behind the hedge, United States bounded by one transmitting and receiving set
she'd have seen me, too, maybe!" state? packed on the back of one man.
t bi Beverage
Mi ; & Recipe Given

in a moderately hot oven (400 degrees "
) for 15 minutes. Melt 2 tablespoons P
of butter in saucepan and
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add chopped onion and green pep RUTH WYETH SPEARS I IM lljr

}, per. Simmer five minutes. Add For colds'coughs nasal congestion muscle
r; flour and blend thoroughly. Then aches get Penetro-modern medication in a
add tomato soup, salt and worces- SCREW OLD PHONOGRAPH mutton suet base.251, double supply 851.
tershire Cook until mixture
thickens, then pour it over the par
tially baked whitefish. Return to BOX Largest Natural Gas ReservoirThe

oven for 20 minutes more or until largest known reservoir of
fish flakes easily. D natural gas in the world is the

r Halibut is another good, substan- great Panhandle gas field, under-
4WjG I tial dish. Mild in flavor, it needs a I lying nearly all of five counties in

4ci tart sauce to pick up its delicate FILL : Texas.

t flavors:
Halibut Steaks. Y

tII ;., Have center cut slices of halibut HARD- Pull the Trigger on
II J :. steak cut one inch thick, salt and WARE NJ"
: pepper them and dredge lightly with '
'" flour. Fry to a light brown in but MARKS= WITH Constipation, with
Fish fillets served with juicy.lemon I
ter. Remove to a platter and cover WOOD
I ::': wedges and generous garnishes of ;
,, I with sliced sauteed mushrooms, using Ease for Stomach tooWhen
.. radish roses and parsley make an THEN ADD ,
.1 about a pound for 2 steaks. Over
attractive main dish.
this the following sauce: RAWER'
pour ( constipation brings on discom-
Fish Is Flavorful Stew 1 No. 2 can of tomatoes with fort after meals, stomach upset,bloating,
1 cup,of chopped celery, % chopped HANDLI dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bad
breath, your stomach is probably"crying
One very direct and effective way green pepper and the blues" because your bowels don't
1 large chopped move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
of meeting the meat shortage is by TURN
the trigger those bowels >
I onion. When on lazy combined -
; '.. \IJ serving fish in itsI UPSIDE DOW with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease
/ __ many delectable are tender, to your stomach in taking. For
" ::::- all through .... j'..,.,::;' Doctors have
} :: ways. Few families run a AND TACK I'. .. ('>" many given pepsin prepa-
' have beeninitiated coarse sieve. Into l,' s ,' !:': ;f:c.. rations in their prescriptions to make
::3 ; SKIRT THROUGH : :'p ', :' medicine more agreeable to a touchy
'. this melt % pound "c:,: : .c ':::
into the "
stomach. So be laxative
y ''e',' sure your con-
many ways of of grated cheese, 'STRIPS OF CARDBOARD ::):l.i.c.::_ ::':.. ,: c.:::.. tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's -
1 tablespoon of Laxative Senna combined with
r' -,....-- fish, few know butter, and salt and pepper to taste. HERE the lid, of a reclaimed with chintz; add a strip of belt- Syrup Laxative Pepsin.Senna See wakes how up wonderfully lazy nerves and the
,: '- how succulent areS Heat fish thoroughly in oven and phonograph cabinet is turned ing ribbon to the side sections, muscles in your intestines to bring welcome -
? their steaks when baked, or how just before serving sprinkle with upside down and screwed to a catching it down to make holdersfor relief from constipation. And the
s i 'tart and crisp are fillets when fried. cheese and run under, flame to wooden box to make a portable equipment; then glue the sec- good so old comfortable Syrup Pepsin and makes easy this on'laxative your-

Bones have been removed from brown. container for your mending. Half tions in place. stomach.Even finicky children love the
many types of fish so this need concern There's distinction in salmon when the time required for mending is taste of this pleasant family laxative

:.3 the cook little. If they have it's combined with discreet seasoning usually taken up in getting everything NOTE: If you missed the article which Take bined Dr.with Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Laxative, as directed Senna com on
i not already been removed, this can -lemon juice and tomato: together, at a convenienttime. illustrated how the body of the phono- label or as your doctor advises and feel -
l be done easily since they- are usu--, Baked Salmon Slices. This- portable stand graph cabinet Was used. it is contained In world's better.Getgenuine Dr.Caldwell'a.
ally--together.' Salmon cut in individual equipped and be BOOK 9, together with thirty-one other
;' servings ready can placed conservation plans. Copy of BOOK 9 will
4 r French Fried Fish Fillets. Z. tablespoons oil beside your easy chair in a jiffy be sent for 10 cents plus 2 cents to cover
Desired number and'kind of fish 2 tablespoons lemon juice with everything handy to make postage and mailing. Address: flbcn 1FFERIN
fillets 1 teaspoon salt mending for victory a pleasanttask. 1 1

' 1 egg, well beaten with 1 table. Dash pepper MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS Q kl':I
spoon water 1 onion If you can't find a pair of old Bedford Hills New York S U of dry % I
1 tomato metal drawer handles there Drawer 10 fiery Itch the use o ,
1. Crumbs, corn meal, flour or po- are from usually follows
t tato meal Bacon strips ''many designs at the dime stores Enclose 15 cents for Book No.,9. lingering relief

Salt and Brush slices of fish on both sides ',made of composition and wood. . .... RE SINOL
pepper Name........ .. .:;. .. ...
Salad oil for frying with the oil. Place in a baking The lid may be painted or, stainedas _
Wash fillets in cold water, drain dish, sprinkle with the lemon-juice, desired and the box will be Address ...............,...............

t, on absorbent paper. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Then lay a thin masked by the full skirt tacked to Hope on, Waking .
': salt and pepper; dip first in dry slice of onion on each piece. Cover the under part of'the.lid edge. If Hope is the dream of the waking
coating-crumbs or other if pre- onion with ainch slice of tomato you wish to line the upper part A ,most welcome gift to any Man.-Pliny, the Elder.
,4. ferred), then in egg mixture and and top with a strip of bacon cut-in cut pieces of cardboard to fit the pipe-smoker or roll-your-own fan
.: again in dry coating. Place in deep two. Place in moderate oven (350 sides and bottom. Cover these now in our armed forces is a'
salad oil-(375 to 385 degrees-or degrees) for 45 minutes.A pound of his favorite tobacco. Nu-

"... hot enough to brown a 1-inch cube merous surveys have shown that 'iM
-' of bread in 40 to 50 seconds. tobacco is the No. 1 gift on ,the Buys you the

Fish is good when .baked-especially I All-Welded Ships I service man's list. A favorite with
with tomatoes and green pep, 1i wcA $ many of our soldiers, sailors, ma-
:, per: rines, and Coast Guardsmen is
." Baked Whitefish, Creole. Compared with an all-riveted Prince Albert, the largest-selling
,I; (Serves 5 to 6) ship, an all-welded vessel is much smoking tobacco in the world. If WSHAVE'they're
I' stronger because it is in have friend relative in
. Z1A pounds whitefish, cleaned and one piece, you a or
boned travels'faster because its hull is the Army, Navy, Marines, or Ihal"P
Salt and pepper J/1 smoother and has up to 13 per Coast Guard who smokes a pipe or third DOUBLE thinner.OR '
''f 3 tablespoons butter cent less deadweight tonnage and, rolls-his-own: send a pound can of SINGLE EDGE

.' 1 small onion, chopped therefore, a correspondingly higher I Prince Albert. Your local dealeris
\ 1cup green pepper, chopped cargo capacity, because it does featuring the National Joy 4forlOC
:.' 1 tablespoon flour not carry the weight of rivets and Smoke as an ideal gift for service Manufactured and guaranteed by
1% cups tomato soup overlapping plates. I men.-Adv. FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO.. NEW YORK I

-'f teaspoon salt ....
% teaspoon Worcestershire sauce I-

Place fish in greased baking dish, ,
skin side down. Sprinkle with salt IN THE NAVY they : 0
and pepper and brush with one ta- say ...

blespoon of the melted butter. Bake N N for the box a sailor uses'to
"BEAN RAG' meal pennant DITTY I BOX keep personal possessions.

1+ Lynn Says: "'Pftp SIDE'l II .
the 'jlllUvEL
platter of 'fish with broccoli and highest full deck fortheNavyman'sfavoritecigaretteFIRST

Sauces' for Fish: They're a corn fulfills a good portion of daily

5 ,. must with fish because they.make dietary requirements.
it most delicious dish.
You'lllike An early touch of spring goes into
browned butter
the menu with fresh' green salad: IN THE SERVICE!
juice and Worcestershire 'sauce.Or .
just cream 'the butter and Toss-Up Salad. CAMELS ARE favorite cigarette with
(Serves 6) ., .. .
season with lemon juice. fL men in the Navy, Army

Horseradish is popular with 1 Vz head diced lettuce ,." '. r<> : m' TOPS WITH ME_ Marines,and Coast Guard
cup celery :' is CameL Based, actual
fish. Take % cup drained, pre- 2 fresh tomatoes ; ; I ( on
pared horseradish, season with 2 hard-cooked eggs LrN w. ::;} ; '.., : THEVVE GOT WHAT sales records in Canteens
I a salt and pepper and one tablespoon 1 clove garlic .; ; Lr;. :. and Post Exchanges.)
:: I vinegar, then fold in Vz y bunch radishes IT TAKES IN
cup of whipped cream. Vi bunch watercress

Tartar is not just another name 1 cup raw spinach leaves RICH FLAVOR

? for sauce, it's an affinity with fish Shred lettuce, dice celery, cut to-
fillets. Make it by adding 1 teaspoon matoes and slice radishes. Cut eggs AND
-:5 minced onion, 2 teaspoons into slices. Rub salad bowl with
chopped, sweet pickle, 1 teaspoon garlic and add vegetables. Serve MILDNESS !
chopped green olives, and 1 tablespoon with French dressing.Cake .
; vinegar to SA cup may-
.4 onnaise. Making? Bread Making? Cookie
;, Make a cup of medium-thick Baking? Budget Fixing? Housekeeping? !
: white sauce and add to this % You name the problem and explain it.
"- Miss Lynn Chambers will be glad
cup grated cheese and let the to give
you expert advice if you write to her, en.
cheese melt. Or, 2
chopped, hard-
closing a self-addressed, stamped envelopefor
J';, boiled eggs added to white sauce, your 'reply, at Western Newspaper
make a golden crown for bake or fried fish. 111.Released. : -:
by Western Newspaper Union.




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PAGE EIGHTPhysical _. __ ___ ____u_ _'_ t
-- -- -- -- l\Ilnd-l\Ial'le Bey- It is pointed out that this does
in the \ Doctors of the I
Rnd their clothes hung proper
as possible. control is being
I non Ray. not mean that rubber
Fitness'Inrger. 6. Girls to be weighed and measured place. I
dug All boys furnish their own tow- Mysteries relaxed in the least and that the
beginning or
at the l\lurder-John: L. Ben-
beginning of each of rubber is more critical
each six weeks interval. I els. At the supply new
participate in more strentous ing given at beginningof school month' each boy is asked to ton."V" than ever. Other types of recapping rare '
to be Dennis '
has bt" 7. Tests so'at This supply for Vengeance of the local -
' exercise. Each group six weeks period andimprovements bring one bar of > still in the hands .
lawn 10 and 15 minutes of calls noted on a score !. more than lasts the designated per-. Wheatley. Racket M. V boards and no transfer is to be made ...
Murder Makes a ,
of truck
remainder A light
the without certificate.
For a
Hhenics. the state department iod.
card furnished by .
Ipetfiod each class chooses an althoug acthity I I The only clothing requirement han I II Heberden.Rocket to the Morgue-H. H. is defined' as a pick-up of half-ton
the 'following list, capacity or less.
; ;from dining the first athletic supporter. We '
8. Major sport .
the I Holmes.
and play '
classes may combine Drill, Skin the twelve weeks to be volleyball.; age the boys to wear shorts,encom-I John Doe Murderer' William
!same same: Military the second twelve weeks, basketball shirts, and tennis shoes. ,
Get Up,
:Snake, Chinese ; and the third twelve an old pair of long pants TAX np.snSeente
Croquet, Dodge BalThree The Case or the Seven Sneezes- i
iBroad Jump, or' pair of ,
weeks, soft ball. legs cut ( Mill O.63)
Bal,: I
Hikes, Diamond I Anthony Boucher.
Deep, 9. Tournaments in'the three selected ming trunk serves; the purpose.'Organlzation .
in Diamonds-CourtneyRiley'Cooper.
Stunts Action
\T'011eyballSoccer, sports to be held at the I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatJ.
Touch Football Jackman holder of Tax Certificates ,
Jump Rope, C. ..
'Races, twelve weeks per- the enrollment I
others. end of each i At the present writing 453 of 1928. 457! of .1928, 461 of
Leap Frog, and many [ iod, scores being based on is as follows: I 1928. 229 of 1940. has filed same in my
In these three. grades we have than I CHECKS MOSQUITOES office and has made application for a
' results in such grouactivities points gained rather D 5, E 8, F 15. Total 54. l tax deed to b e issued thereon. Said
had good i described
embrace the following -
very certificates
as soccer, volleyball and' games won. on. individual The boys ,are given 6 minutes H. R. Wells of the estate Board ol property In the County of lIen.
At first all the boys'' 10. All gills to be graded (10 dress and be on the field. They Health in Clewiston this week I dry, State of Florida to-wit:
obstacle races. ability, cooperation, The was S\Vii of SKV4 Section 22, Town-
were inclined to "gang" togetherthe :I i line up according to groups. checking malarial conditions as, shin 44 S.. Range 32 E; .
This tendenc; fair playand punctuality.This captain steps forward and receivesthe state NE'% of SWJi Section 28. Township -
likewise. I is being done in all parts of the
girls I program has worked out veiymccessfully. I card. "He 44 S.. Range 32 E;
scan be broken down in a short time has been a gl'e.tl'' daily attendance recognized as military areas. The NWU of NWU Section 32,' Township -
of the activ There checks his group for attendance, all canals of the 44 S., Range 32 E;
organization ; covered
through deal of competition between the I instructor and survey Sg', of NWU and NE%
hands this to the 44zSRange
I have taken Clewiston and Sugarland. Drainage Section 34, Township ;
Sties.We roups. The captains resumes his place at the head of 32 E:
have found in the elementary; their jobs seriously and hale lightened I here on all ma- District. The assessment of the said property'
of the student: his group. From under the said certificates issued' was
that many of the, faculty advisor :
grades the burdens neuvers during the period are car- : in the name of J. H. Baird Estate. '
:'have games that they know or of each group. Some of the form. I Recapping Service For Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
lied out in military .
in other section or according to law, the propertydescribed
some each
have played older girls gave up several hours Schedule of A'thitielIonday I therein will be' sold to thehighest
,the country. They are given an op lay of their Christmas vacation to Tires Now Wide Open bidder' at the court house dooron '
describe this game tHhe < instruct : the first Monday in the month of
to -
ortunity: learn military drill in order to Tuesday: Military Drill 45 Min- April. 1943 which is the 5th day of .
group in the classroom the remainder of their' group. I April 1913.:
u les, Dated this 4th day of March. 1943.
:going to the playground.The Almost all of the girls dress in The OPA has discontinued the WILLIAM T. HULL.
height eacl Military Drill 15 Min (SEAL) \
of Wednesday: '
weight and Clerk of Circuit Court of
inlform. I rationing of Grade F (passenger
taken and recorded every utes, 30 Minutes of Activity. 'I I Hendrv County, Florida. ,
< camelback which mean that
I A practicing physician type) Match 5. 12, 19. 26.
report I Thursday: Open.
data being put on '
20 'days,
ed with physical examination of every passenger car owner as well as I IlOur
; 2 weeks !
Since Friday: Activity every
'cards every issuing period. I and'girls.. 'I light truclc owners may now have his _u___
have had loth boys minutes of individual practice or l I
our program began, we CO tires recapped with this 'grade camel- fighting men are doing.
only a '.fe"w students who have not Girls' groups are becoming very any skill boys want.Concluded certificate from the share. ,Here at home '
back without
gained weight, and these were plac proficient in calisthenics and mili-: ( Next Week) this least we can do is put 10%
:1 typeof
ball tournament ration board and 'removes \
under 'a physician's care immediately -I ary drill. The volley income in War Bonds.
recapping from the jurisdiction
:generally revealing some was thoroughly enjoyed. ]New Books In TheClewistori our share in America.
:physical defect or ailment to be I terest was kept alive in all In-\\) the local boards. .1

end of the contests due to --- ---------
:treated and corrected; if possible.On to the \ LibraryFiction ------ I

rainy days many of the games |the point. system of choosing the
I ..,
listed can be played in the class-I winner.
room. If it is extremely cold, a Boys

;few minutes of brisk calisthenics, I I Due to the war demands on Tap Roots-James Street. Help America's Air Force ._---

followed by a long walk will solve I physical fitness, we feel that the Marling 'Hall-Angela Thirkell.A to Victory-Buy War Bonds i

he problem. We try to "get" the I boys should be given the "works"so Man About the House-Fran-

elementary students outside for their to speak.. At first the programwas I?is Brett Young. -

physical education as, much as pOS-I slow and easy, but gradually You Can't Be Too Careful-H.

"sible. stepping it up we now have 60 3. Wells.

Junior and Senior High SchoolIn i I minutes, 4 times each week, of good,I Thorofare' -Christopher Morley. I

the junior and senior high '.hard, constructive, body building, Coffee Cream-Carolyn Over-

school we operate our class schedule physical education for all boys in: street. I

-on the 60-minute system. The last grades 7-13. I Apple .In The Attic'-l\1ildred:

period in the day 4 times per I Preliminary Procedures Jordan. Mr.orrtcut \

'week-is devoted to physical education Each boy ,was furnished with a Faith,' the Root-Barbara Frances I

for both boys and girls. On "Boys Annual,, Individual Record Fleury. ; !
visual education Fitness Club"* Old Soldiers NeverDieJame;
the other day we have ,\ Card for Physical
home room activities, assembly which was filled out by the individ- Ronald.

programs, and clubs. I ual. By this card we were able to Thunder in Heaven-Armine Vor ,

Several: of the instructional staff:\ group the boys according to age, Tempski. MOTOGRArNU.. t, ARMY

are taking Red Cross First-Aid I I weight, and height. Group A, Reprisal-Ethel Vance. AtR COR !< .

:Instructors Course. They will ,teach'tirstaid : B? C, D, E, F, were formed. Each School for Eternity-Harry Her' I

to all pupils in grades 7 I group elected a captain as a leader, vey; :ii ." I BIG AND POWE.RFULII. i

through 12. This will be done in whose duty it is to check the roll Mr. George's: JointElizabethLee "I.I i I

such a manner as not to interfere too each day. Wheaton., be big and "
3much with the activities in which we Another card is kept on file for The Man Who Went Away-Harold Your savings accountcan

are now participating. \ each boy, to which he does not Bell Wright. thru small :
powerful too
his weight, Non-Fiction ,
of'the .confronting have access, v ,
'One problems [ ,
:1 school of this size without certificated -I height (every 20 days), attendance, Palmetto Country- -Stetson Ken regular saving $1 l or moreopens e'i

education directors monthly and final grades. nedy.

is to physical work out an acceptable\I Dressing FacilitiesWe Van Loon's Lives, -Hendrik Van' your savings account i

for girls. have one dressing'room Loon. > ,
fitness program
physical '' sisting of 20 small steel ::: ;: : We Took to the Woods-Louise
..As the beginning of the school our con.1

"fcigh school ten-point faculty program adopted: the following two fountain showers in one, toilet building.and Of driI ,I D. Memories Rich. of a Guinea Pig-How. Start The New Year Right I Ipr :

into five this isn't room enough for all. Therefore -! ard V. O'Brien.
1: Girls to be divided I Hartzell
i building we Get Thee Behind Me- v
groups of about 15 girls each. I in the elementary )
have installed one shower in the Spence.HeadHunting. I
include of about
2. Groups to girls
The boys dress in a in the Solomons'.IslaudsCarpline
equal athletic ability in orderto I boys' lavatory.
Mytinger.The .
keep the competition keen. ,class room across the hall. They .

3. Captain to be selected for each 1 keep their clothes in two closets at Three Bamboos-Robert +E,

in calisthenics, military the rear of this roor 1., Nails were Standish.
group could hang their Small Town South-Sam Byrd
in they
drill and other activities. I put so
towels to dry. As Virginia Isa State of Mind -
4. Uniform consisting of 'white i: clothes and wet

shirt and shorts to be provided '\ you can see, the dressing facilitiesare Virginia Moore.
inadequate. However, we are Suez to Singapore-Cecil
by each girl.
making them do. The boys cooperate Guadalcanal Diary ,-- .Richard i
5. Physical exam to be given bya 'I :
practicing physician as soon in. keeping the rooms clean Tregaskis. .
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