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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 27-Number 30. Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 16, 1942. Price 6 Cents

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The Worthy Grand N. RAY FOR CARROLL STATE SENATOR ANNOUNCED : :- MISS RALPH MILDRED L. KUMSBERQ GOLDBERG MARRIEDThe AND First Blackout,

:1 FOR VICTORY I
DISTRICT
THIS
Matron of 0. E. S. FROM- Okeechobee News is In re. I II Complete SuccessIn

celpt of the announcement of the
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/ Deer Park. January 14-(Special

Carroll of Deer Park, state marriage of Miss Mildred Caroline I
Was Visitor Here N. Ray This Section
i' representative for Osceola County, Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs

candidate for the Irving Goldberg of Jacksonville\ to -
tills week was a % i
Mrs. Marlon Neeb. Worthy Grand state senate. 33rd district, subject to 'I ; Mr. Ralph Lewis Kumsberg of the The people of Okeechobee County'

Matron of the Florida Grand Chap. 1 the spring democratic primary. His U S. A. experienced their first BLACKOUTof

1er. was honored Saturday night announcement followed withdrawal : The marriage took place at the the war here last night and as

with a banquet at the Southland from the race by Dan McCarty of jjt far as could be learned last night
acme of the brides parents in Jack,
Hotel, where twenty.elght guests Fort Pierce speaker of the 1941 and this morning It was 100 per.

were in attendance. The tables Florida lower house. sonvllle on Saturday, December 13, cent.A.

were attractively decorated with I The 33rd district Includes Osceola. In the presence of both families I few minutes ,before 9 o'clock

American flags red white and blue I Martin Indian River St. Lucie p I and a few Intimate friends. I ibus. airplanes roared over the town and

tapers, and mint cu.JsAfter the I and Okeechobee counties. t Knmberg was born and the whistle at the Canning Plant

tinging of "God Bless AmerIca" a i Mr. Carroll who lives on a cattle 4 v oi r reared in Okeechobee but moved to | rounded and all of the lights In the

delightful! turkey dinner was serv. i icd. ranch near the Brevard line in u I F, Jacksonville with her parents sev. ] town and adjoining territory were
turned off Immediately all over the
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;'Osceola County, was chairman of eral years ago where she has made
The Worthy Grand Matron's of.1 i tue house livestock committee dur. her home since. city. The colored sections of thetown

flclal visit was climaxed at the O. lug the 1941 session. He is also a 1r'f She and her family have many | : also were In complete black' ,

E. S. Chapter room where she was ''Cltl.usrower in the Indian River lends in Okeechobee who join us out.During

Introduced by Mrs. Hope Hendry Action.i U;o AI m wishing the couple well. ; the time of the blackout

Worthy Matron. Two candidates i A past president of Delta Tau V the streets and roads were patrol

Mrs. Z. K. Williams, and Mrs. Kath. |: Lelta fraternity! Mr. Carroll u al. ed by patrolmen- see that all co.

ryn Veal, of Brighton received thedegrees Lo!I a director in the First National MR Many Residents of II j operated. This was the first bla.ck.
I out of the war for the people of
of the Order. This cere, Lank of Klsslmmee and \\&*
mony was a very impressive one. ..:Hi manager of the 1941 Florida Okeechobee County and the fine

The following Officers particlpa. 'I' COM Capital rodeo.Hendry 1 t State To Register spirit of cooperation show by the

ting were, Hope Hendry. Worthy V I I II citizens Is commended by every

Matron, Mr. :'. W. Humphrey, as If" one.
For Draft Feb. 16! ;
Worthy Patron, Mrs. Doren Reeves. InstalledAs ; I --V-

Associate Matron, W. J. Hendry. as '0"'era4 COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL

Associate Patron. Miss Ruth Hum. REVENUE: CAUTIONS OWNERS
Master Of The Approximately 19,500 male rest. i
phrey, Conductress, Mrs E J Wil. OF MOTOR VEHICLES CON.
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dents in Florida will be registered
son, Associate Conductress. Mrs. CERNINQ PAYMENT; 'USE': TAX
in the 20 and 21.year.old age groupson
Zander. Secretary Mrs. Arrehenlus Masonic
LodgeAfter 16h,, Brig. Gen. Vivian
Treasurer, Mrs. Alsobrook. Organ YM February Collector of Internal Revenue
Collins, State Director of Selec. John L. Fahs Issued a statement
1st
Mrs. Esta Page, Marshall Mrs. ,
live Service, announced today. which Is interest to the
I today of
Rosa Durrence, Chaplain Mrs. De.
the regular meeting of Ma. "
w4 ,} National Selective Service Head.
rs
I more than five hundred owners of
Yarman Warden Mr. Frank Zan.del'
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tons was opened, the following of. + ,kouKgr anticipates total regls I
quarters a motor vehicles In Florida Mr. Fahs
as Sentinel and the five Star fliers were installed for the coming iurti.-.1 I
United
Points, Mrs. Alma Burr, Mrs. Let. tratlon in Continental called attention to a. provision of the
by F. W. Humphrey Instal.
year
of about 9,000.000 be.
States men
I Act 1941 which
Revenue of Imposesa
Itla Daughtry, Miss Martha Hum.
ling Officer. W- J. Hendry. Wor.
of 20 and 43
the
twe n ages ( years
phrey. Mrs. T. T. Colemnn and Mrs. shipful Master, W. R. Page, Senior the Director has been advised, end I 'use tax upon motor vehicles,
Alice Humphrey.The I which tax becomes effective Feb.
Warden, E. J. Wilson, Junior War.
of these about 1,650.000 will be ..
Hall being attractively de. den, Z. K Williams, Senior Deacon, Local Happenings the 20 and 21.year.old roup.ID mary 1 1942. It was explained that
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the term "motor vehicle" means all
corated with a profusion of glad Lawrence Stewart, Junior Deacon also is estimated that around
tolas and roses, the Worthy Grand Albert Berka Senior Steward and motor vehicles of the kind chiefly
7,350,000 In the 36 to 44 year old
Matron chose for her subject, "The Fenwick Burr. Junior Stewards. used (for highway transportation
I EDITORIAL TELEPHONE NUMBER: roup will be registered throughout and
Garden which will long be re. Newly Installed officers pledged 80. Including automobiles, trucks
United States 16th
the on February
membered by those in attendance.The their for motorcycles and that the term 'use'means
support and cooperation
together with some in the 21 to 36
Chapter presented her with a i the coming year. use on the public highways-
who unableor
year old were
boquet of white gladlolas, to which Hot coffee, welneri and rolls were groups Collector Fahs stated that Inter,
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Freemanand I afternoon w th Mrs. B. O. Bowden. neglected to register at the two
have been
a gift was attached, and an Hon. { served to a large attendance. W. I nal revenue stamps pro.
Membership I Mable Lingenfelter of Talla.hassee Mr. and Mrs. Miller are part of one previous registrations.The vlded to evidence the payment of
crary
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'I J. Hendry, newly Worship stepped off In Okeechobee 'f the pioneer fancies of Invernessand age groups to be registered on and
I this tax the
The guests from out of town were, ful Master is also Worthy Patron of stamps are gum.
yesterday on their way back from Citrus County and are long February 16th Include all men not
Mr. Neeb, husband of the Worthy the Eastern Star, and .Commander I i med on the back so that they may
| Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman con. time friends of the Bowden family. previously registered who have at. be affixed to the motor vehicles.
Mrs. Leta ,
Grand Matron. McNlmm
of the St. Lucie No-
Grand Chaplain from Hollywood. j Commandry, 17 Unuet.n to Tampa, where.the! ts rcgetfjnan of Jacksonville was tamed their,. wentieth birthday,.on .The first stamp to be purchased by
Knights Templar.
Mr. Ned Jackson Past Grand Pat.ron. I V are spending several days while Mrs. a visitor who spent Saturday and December31-31, 1941 and who have owners of motor vehicles will' cover I
remained hel'e1th Sunday in Okeechobee attending to not reached their forty.flfth ,birth.da.y
Lngnrel'er .
the from 1 June
Mrs. Jaskson, Grand Instruct. !I THE CROZIER CIRCLE MET period February to
her mother Mrs. B O. Bowden and business and seeing friends, on February 16 1942; that is:
or from West Palm Beach, Mrs. Al.tpaugh. WITH MRS J. M. ROE TUESDAYThe I 30, 1D42 and will cost the purchas.
Grand Representative from 1 'amlly. until Sunday when she will Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Shine of All unregistered males resident In ers only $2.09 each because of the

)join them In Tampa for the returnto Found Ridge N. Y-, who have been the United Stat.es'ho were born I
Pahokee, Mrs. Pusey Grand Re. I Crozier Circle held Its first fact that only a fractional part of
presentative from Hollywood and meeting 01 the year at the home Tallahassee. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. between February .1, 1897 and Dec. the fiscal year Is Involved. How.

delegations came from Arcadia ofl1's.. 3. M. Roe. January 13 1942. John C. Scott of Scott's Fishing :.:y for the past two weeks are ember 31, 1921. ever during the month of June I

fort Pierce West Palm Beach There camp at Upthegrove Beach, leftesierday e: n;; several days of this week I V 1942, owners of motor vehicles must
was a hundred percent at.
Hollywood and Miami.! Mrs Shine I tendance and two visitors present, > for Miami where he will .n Miami and West Palm Beach. PLORIDA INCREASING EXPEN.DITURES purchase stamps valued at $5 to

slater of Hope Hendry cane from including Mrs JM.. Roe Mrs. send two weeks on business. Father Callahan of Nashville, For RELIEF OF NEEDY evidence the payment of the tax for I

Connecticut to witness the cere. I Frank Zander Mrs. J. K. Davis Mi... C. B. Duffey and Mr. and Tenn- who Is spending a few weeks the entire fiscal year beginning July
Jacksonville Florida
cony. | Mrs Nathan Zelmenovltz Mrs. O. :'1:8. John Rhoden were visitors In .11 ckeechobee will hold services at January 14- 1. 1942. and ending June 30 1913.

Refreshments of hot chocolate. v. ilippen: Mrs. WL.. Burgess, Miami Tuesday afternoon where the Catholic Church every Sundayat is increasing its expenditures for Stamps of appropriate denomlna.

coffee and home made cookies'' Mrs. J. Neff, Mrs. R. Raulerson, IheyIent to carry Miss Verna Rho. 19 a. m. Everyone welcome.Mr. the relief of the needy aged in every lions have been provided to evld.

were served after the meeting. Mrs. Jas- Hancock, Mrs. Chas Tot. den to the Crippled Children's dlv. and Mrs. Joe M. Carr and county of the state. ence the payment of the "use ta.;-"

< MvVM B BETEK.XS man, Mrs J. R. Minnehan, Mrs. ision of the Jackson Memorial hos. daughter Betty and Patsy spent In Okeechobee County doling on vehicles purchased and first put

\ OF L.STUR Elena King, Mrs. D. R. McNeill and pital where she will undergo treat, i.e eek end In Ml-unl visiting December it paid to 98 recipients Into( use on the highways during
cf Old Age Assistance cash grants months to
REMEMBER: : QCARTE@ Mrs W. A. Moore. meat trends and relatives subsequent February
totaling $1538, according to announ.
MASTER CORPS SERVICE Mrs. J. K. Davis gave an Impres. Sidney Kuperberg was a visitor Binning! Sunday night, Janu. here 1942.Collector
cement today of Leland W.
sive Devotional which was follow. who spent Tuesday and Wednesday arv I.', Mr. J. W. Fldler! Evangelist Fahs stated that the"use"
Watt, state welfare commissioner.
Veterans of the World I!j ed by the business meeting and the In Miami where he went on bust, 01 Brookfleld, Ohio, pill begin a two tax affects more individuals
1917.18
\ New horse track taxes allocated than all other classes of Federal
I election of officers for the fleas .eeks meeting 85 the Church of
War will recall, with year.
perhaps a tor the payment of grants to the taxes combined. TM payment of
faint smile!! the A. E- F. Quarter.I The new officers! are: Mrs. J. Leo Greenberger a business The Breihern! on Parrott Ave., 01'. aged are now being collected, the
this tax will give to each motor
master Corps. Soldiers assigned to I M. Roe chairman; Mrs. Frank Zan. visitor in Miami on. Wednesday of posit school grounds. Mr. Fidier, Commissioner stated further and

this! arm of the service were chided I j I der vice.chalrman; Mrs. J. K. Da.'vis !this week.Mr. is one of the outstanding Evangel. ill anticipation of these funds the vehicle oner a consciousness that
he Is contributing to the defense
and Mrs. Kenneth Millerof ist of Church of The Brethern.
as "goldbrlcks", or worse. secretary; Mrs. Nathan Zel. Ser. State Welfare Board has author.
menevitz, treasurer Mrs. Washington, D. C. were visitorsIn i vices will begin 7:30: m. of his country In a time of emer.
But then, as now the Quarter ; O. V. p. Every Ized social work staff to Invest!.
gency. The display (of these stamps
Flippen, Okeechobee Sunday to spend the 'body welcome.
master Corps went about Its reporter.
bus. gate all pending applications. Prev.
automobiles trucks, etc., will be
mesa of and Mrs Elena King, Mrs- J. K. Davis j Ion
feeding clothing! Uncle lous expansion of the rolls had re. evidence that the owners have met
Sam's hard.flghtlnj soldiers. AI and Mrs J. Neff were appointed to I
suited from spreading the contln. their tax obligations to the Federal
!though warplanes were then in assist with the year book. ulng appropriation over a 10 month I I Government.

their Infancy enemy pilots took Our pledges were made and we period dating from the beginning i I I| Collector Fahs stated that the

great delight In blasting the were delighted with the excellent of the fiscal '
care. and
year taking care use tax stamps will be on sale ac
1|I total for the I(
fully.planned supply system Con. year. of the remaining two months from i all post offices and all offices of

voys of trucks creeping through the \: Mrs. J. R. Minnehan assisted: new revenues voted by the 1941 <, Collectors of Internal Revenue with.
muddy field of Flanders, Airs. Roe in serving the delicious
or dodg.
session of the Legislature. |I In the next few days. Every O'vner
Ing shattered trees in Belleau Woods refjt'shn4nt and we all agreedt.t
Florida Is now paying cash grants
;: of a motor vehicle which Is used
were defenseless victims of the (: our f rat meeting was a huge
mar. for public assistance at the rate of ,I upon the highways should call at

au ding gun fliers. success and hope to continue with $8,195,858 per year, Hiatt said, the i Inls local post office or at the officeof

Picture then, today, the increas. the same kind all thru the year. figures being based upon disburse. the Internal revenue collector

ed Intensity of aerial assaults on V- t iT ments for December, During that and secure a 2.09 "use" stamp and

the Quartermaster Corps as it la. .IMC CLUB ELECTS r.ANey month $2283 was paid out in Okee. affix It to,his vehicle. The various

bors to bring food and other! sup. NEW OFFICERSAt chobee County post offices will\ sell the stampsover

plies to the front lines In World Of this amount $365 was paid to the counter for cash only and

War II Dive bombers have: been the regular Civic Club lunch 28 children (U3 families\ ) receivingAid no mall order business with respect

perfected. Artillery weapons can eon held at the Southland HotelTuesday to Dependent Children, and thereto will be conducted >by the

shoot far and straight. Parachute the Okeechobee Clvl Club $362 to 21 recipients of Aid to the post offices. Collectors of Internal

troops pose a constant menace I'I elected Hiram Raulerson as Pres. OLD MAN WINTER is LIKELY to Blind Revenue are authorized to accept
with the I'ident for the PROVE A FORMIDABLE FIFTH
But even increased dan. coming year Other V cash office
orders and
post money
ALES FIGURE SHOW
COLUMAHST THIS Y .
ger, the Quartermaster Corps has fleers elected were Bill Page, jAR / CELLE BENNETT CIRCLE
1'ftA flC PR03L6WS CREATED BY cou TO et AMERICA'SMOST certified checks In payment of the
developed a defense for its supply dce.president. O. L. Pippen, sec. I MET TUESDAY: AFTERNOON tax However
ICE AND SNOW ARt WORRYING POPULAR FUVOK. use stamps. ( as re.
lines designed to overcome the :retary and treasurer. Mrs. Merle TMOSE WHO ARE RACING TIME jx/ I i, JHALf or T NATION'S venue stamps have an intrinsic

hardest assault. True to the tradf. Lope pianist. IAI fMe per(NSC EFFOR1 A a *_ AVY-.K&.ut/MAev The Belle Bennett Circle met 1t I value uncertified checks will not be

Lion of America, this versatile Rev. C. Jones Tyler, Evangelist MANY CITIES HAVING DEFENSE W'lASf YtAH VIM Ith Mrs W. A. Lawson on Tuesday acceptable in payment: theretor.
branch of the armed forces Is i ot Use Methodist Church INDUSTRIES ARE LAYING INWJCC ON COLAS,1PPUE5OFROCKSALTO
pre. was guest 4 afternoon Mrs. C. H. Parkerson, Ii was pointed out that the law
pared to( protect its vital life line. : speaker. He spoke on the conditIon AWtTAN ISLAND II IDRINNs j chairman, appointed officers and provides severe penalties in the
SAve EVERY POSSIBLE AMAWTI/ WtlCHS CMS SlMC* ,
V of
our in which he
country I regulated for the
51R8e131HIS WINTER RAOIO CITY WAS SUILT.S program year. case of any person liable for the
CLEARING
F. F. A. NEWS | pointed out several common vices tART* exCAVAT | Appointments were: Mrs. W. A. use tax who falls to( purchase a.

The local chapter of the Future and asked members of tile club f C*TAJ 801161 NMWAJ > Lawson, secretary; Mrs Roy Drau. stamp and affix It to his vehclle.

Farmers of America held Its regu. I "As Red Blooded Americans Stand n HV.UIC5''NAN THE ) !I ; iin, treasurer; Mrs. W. B. Jen. Collector Fahs stated that the tamp

lar meeting Tuesday, January 6. Pat on he Principles of Right and 2KM01NGS eRECTED.u h: I I i nlags, devotional chairman. coula be affixed to the instrument
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After the meeting all of the boys Wrong. I II I De'lcious refreshments were serv. panel of the vehicle, to i.ie back
\Atacc
attended church at the Methodist. -- 'rTENGINES PRODUCED tt ed by the hostess, Mrs W, A. Law. of the rear vision mirror, or in the

Those present were: WelaonDraughn Hon. N. Ray Carroll\ of Deer Parkin i IM Tut Uwro STATCS DURING i.. ) I son to the following-Mrs. Eugen. j jla i event local regulations would not
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Clyde 'Durrance. Lesjle Osceola County, was a visitor in r r. ., 1)41 ARE CAPABLE Or PUNCRNYDRD 4 1I Simmons, Mrs. Proctor, and be violated the stt.mp might be af.

Cheshire, Sllvanus Haden, Ter. I Okeechobee for several hours Tuea. S r st h 2 r TIM ALLG1"ME 00.COYupNgTSRI'( grand daughter, Jean Procter, Mrs, fixed to a. suitable place on thewindshield

ranee Myer, Tommie Evans, Eu. day Mr. Carroll\ represented Os 1 I i ,v$* ELE TRIO PLANTS.E3 IMATCD W. Jennings, Mrs Roy Draughn or to the rear or sldu

gene Wright Richard Yontz, Paul I ceola County In the 1941 session ot '+ Ki, ,, }T 4.f, HORSEPONEROF PLAH5a Mrs. D. W. Cassel.; window, or to such other part of

Hood, Jack Wolff, J W. Jordon and j the Florida Legislature and is a can. ar 4, TNGIMs WAS a U t 8ipoo,800 Meet iN The February meeting will be held the vehicle where It would be con.

Charles Hargraves. i I dldate for State Senator from( this + '4r jr Ri i s1NEPOWERP1HTAL0f a-t the home. of Mrs. C- H.. Parker. splcloua and would not become nu,

-Jack Coker Reporter district In the primlarles n May. H(Dao ELECTRIGpLAN1s. son. Ulated or detached



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He had arranged for a large dls. NOTKE! OP rilll.IC HE A It I NO.NolKK NOTICL'OYAAPrLICATIONFOR
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(1 .a' a I '
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hccd'l1bcc' play room to show his products but ) IH hereby it I veil' purmiiint to L. of leas
I instead of closing it, he gave the I ho Ito r"I I HouHlng Aulhurltlii l.nw of w

Published every Friday by the i.a i. I e boys a party and when they arrived I I Klorliln' befure that the U public oniity bi'uflntr iniululoiien" will beheld I I Notice Ii liiTihy given that C. A,

i they found the empty shelves and of OkcKholiie County, Florida. on the Pnlfonl holder of Tax Certificate No,
Okeechobee New. Co. at Okeecho- I of A. U.IDJII ,
14lli ilnv of Jiinuiirv. 1114. at T o'cI"clIl lit. laniioil' the 6th day July
bee Okeechobee County, Florida II Q tables bearing suet) rib tickling P. m, at the County Court House" Inthe I and! 342 and 141, limned the 2nd
signs and announcements as "CheeiUp" I I t'Itv of Ok'eehohre. County ofIkeeihubie. day of June A. II. 11)30 has fuel
4i p : Slate of .Florida, at which mine( In my office; bin made appll-
BRYANT BOWDEN.... Editor i -Victory today Sales to. in' opportunity to be heard will radon fur ii lax Divd to he issued
sr morrow"-We're going somewherewith 'in (framed to nil nuldinli of Okee- thereon. Auld C'irtlflcate pmhracethe
diiiliiM' Comity. Horlilu, and! to alii fullunliiK dmcrlhtil property In the
Entered as second class matter no wares"The country needs illier Intcreitcd perniiin upon the queiIon I County of Okm.hcilioe, State of Flur-

July 1, 1915 at the Post Office in I S 6 ? NO.Dough Boys as much as Dough. : ; I Ida lo..Jt :
e a ml.l7 hulher the Hi irlotial Houalug' Anthorltv H 1.2 except Toll S sill A, Sec ID,
Okeechobee Florida under the / OLD"TASNION.D SMOKE boys"-"Remember Pearl Harbor""Yanks for the coiiiitlei of Cltrun De 1'wp. 87 S Kir 85E. Containing 2011 acreM.I1i .
Act of March e 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. I \ Mouse is Don't Yammer" and others. 1'111. llarilce' Illghliiniln. Indliin, River, > iesupd the nth dnv of: July, A DKB .
oesaETE .
r M Hilltop. Murlon Mnrtln. Okeechuboe. I 14 (.if MV' 1 4 anil I Mi 1 4 of
/ .iuGAa'GUawa MEAT SAL Kaplan himself wore a large but Ornnifl) Omeula 1'nlm Bench folk, I SW 1.4 Sec 'II). TWI' 171, H*. 35E.
1 NOW ELIMINATES All Hiimter, Fl0r. Contalnlnv' 1 M) nirci
ton reading "Orin and Win" "St, Lmle' Snrasola and
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RATE t UNttWTAIHTV ANOiJV I. Ida, ,, would he a mure vffli-li" 'lit or The IIHHI'uMini'iit' of mid properly tinder
.. Like a ray of sunshine in a dun. uniiiiilcul HrimtiilHtrntlve unit to .. .e'I' mid Orllflinta leaned.1 wa In the
One year in advance .. u. .$2.00 WCONVINIErKI W GVRINe geon Kaplan with his punch pep nut the piirpuaiii. of the It urn I 11,, mime nf I'. 8 t.hiinipliiln 0. H. Tuck
Six months in advance .,.___..... 1.00 ( ANDPIAVORVl6 PORK, AND fel.i i I Ilnlt u Anthorlllei Law nf Florliln If III er [;Hint*.
.141c JOS TAKES ONLY OYt and personality soon had his ana of upirntlun uliiill .hi' Im'reused, to I" t'nlcse soul Certiruatn ihrill be redeemed
Three months in advance........ .75
of Lnke mrordltiir, tn law property
ODeRATION- lows all wearing broad grins. It I Im'luilo the utility .
'K After such h".rhll.IIld County Com' I iloHi rllii'il. therein shall 1 bo laid to the
aJ RUOSINC. Tt4fi BAIT was "chlns.up and "thumbs.up"from iMlNHiumm will ihterinliK whither or i I highest bidder, at the Cuiirthoune doornn
Advertising bills are payable on j} 5 INTO THE 7NOROVGMIY then on, and gloom was chas. net:: t there: U a need: for the addition of the fleet Muniliiv In the month of
lt 1U4J, nhkb Ii the 2ui) day
CHIMED MEAT. tin Comity of mike ID the mill the first of each month. Parties ( 9 ed out like an Italian regiment Iluimliiif AiithorltvIlilY uf relirniiM. W4J.

unknown to publishers required to Someone suggested! that they forma I II, IIAIIHISON: I Dated tliln 'ml lily of January, 1942.HOY .

pay In advance. J "Grin and Win" club to give I Clerk ukrw'hob'e. of the. County of I H. HAflERSON" .
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( (lirk rinult Court nftikiwhohio
Y.o pOW ro ORtYENTTOAGv 1 ys cheer and courage to other guys Inn, II 111; .11:I.I I. I County, Florida
Reading! notices In local columns STEAKS. like themselves who found they'I I iCIrtnlt Cmirt Hi'iil"

lOc a line. Rates for die S trrtAV oILTUYs were temporarily taking it on the I I I NOTICE TO \I'I.t\K: Jan. 2. 0. 10. 21 39NOTK .

play advertising furnished on application I r ,, y+ IA RC NOW 6EING E lam, but were determined that 11 I''I IN Tin: umriT tontr ov THE I I

Classified: advertising 2c ;pif'/USEDrog''DROV AND I ) wouldn't get them down, Club I MNTIl JIMIIAL ('IIKI'If IN AND: I h ,UTI.HTIOV FOR
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each word each insertion. All /A. TEK'NRl OfL f No 1 was organized then and there ,, I"',ill OI\mc'IIOIHI corsi'. KIA : Tt1>HI>
ev FLAV00. I I iriiAMKiiv NO, "'21. AtnmrItlirWEll haws i>f 10.IA
items regarding enterprises con 1 BEEP. and the idea mushroomed until oinplnlimnt vi HOUOI I I

ducted for profit are chargeable 1 similar clubs sprang up In a dozen 'I'in' lilliwni: PifimliintIn Nutlie'In bereliplton flint S. J.
U achertinnj rates, cities PlHUlTin BIIKWEII. Suit 1.lrk.j I tlrlr| holder of Tax l'erllfl"It'1 SOl
: llilV of :
Ki. IsllO,, loaned HIM drip Neptruoher.
Here in Florida today as every. ut1rky : A. I'. 1IW7 : t'prtlficntcNec. 24Wtu
onlrreil to ..JOI'emrI. 2411 Ini'.. and 2IIN tn 2471 Ino( In-
FLAG where else, business men manufacturers \ "" are h< r<'M
PLEDGE TO THE .
qJw TD Reuevt W+ lu thp Hill uf Complaint: for illvorcerilnl mil the firth dnof I, August A. D.
"I pledge allegiance to the Flag \ fEvER Y'x salesmen dealers and dls. iiunlhKtnn In Allicrt Driver In 111.1)) : ('irllrlnilnn. 1011.. Imiueil, thnHiiuiid
1 dii\\ (( June, A. n. 1010) and
of the I'nited States of Amer- iir"U"/ CLEAR Aid Of POLLiM, BUSt ADP' tributors are facing handicaps ajid tin'). nbine lit)'h'd calico on or before Cortlflinto Nn. 374, luni"! the first
ica and to the Republic for '? et'l 1 Y INMlSl8LBPA*., ll Rill>42. dnof October. .V. 1). 11X4 hill filed!
ullnrnlm' alh'Katlonn
PfiKtPlTWtf AND iVtIW PWWICI.* IS IONIZW AND ew N A 1 Joe Louis left, Some have beenI the mime 'In inv nfllce : hai made application
which It stands One nation Indivisible nil) 11 tnkeu in cnufc'Mi'il. nitnlimruit
: / POSlYivC C-AICS,IH AKCONTIHUiS OVt*PCATCt N 4ATIVtLV fur n lox I..d l In he leered!
with and Justice I I virtually put out of business overnight thereun Snli Certlllr(1tt'a pmbrnce( the
; liberty CHAR .Et ww'.C" St,2E. AND HOLD Tet p1RY1Clt3' 'I I.",. order Khiilt be intldlHtiid ncfillnir fiilliinltiK ill..i'rllioil |iroiirtIn the
One the best to face :
of
for It11II1111lllilllllllllllllllllmlllllllllllllllllII111111111 ways n., .,'. ,,11I'"'
I to law ,In HIP ( "Hutt' of Ok"'huhl'e. State of Florida
I your troubles is to realize that the N ,,mirinti. to,nittotK:
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- -- ether fellow has them too and In. ..i ttiln' 2nd dnv of Jnnunrr. A. 1 In I" Im?. Illk. 11
,,. n liitn I. .'. 11. 4 enl 7 to 1S Inc. Blk
'stead of crying join with him and 1042 I'n11.. 11 M'iritDNClerk 14 nod tote I tu Jii Inc? Blk 11. !South

DEFENSE others to find a way out and beat nf Trent) Conrt --,-r 1110 wpMIIlIIllIn( ft of "Sir.SnliilhlHlun 21. 'North of of SW the 1 Wilt.4 of

Too Late to Classify the rap. '-. "It ronrt Soul) .... SW I.4 uf Sec. '.'1. Twp. !3T H 31.
4.0,1R,25,50. .
Every American! Is called upon to .HIP r mild ii.Bi'CcrtiricatPn.iiiiii nt uf I..n.o'nl said prupprtv III iinili the-

make sacrifices to give up com. name of Okimhubr**, Cltr Land Co,
forts and conveniences, to work and NOTI t. (" 1'1'11TIOS: Lyon K. hiirillnim. "liiknunn; llnvard
*OH TIN 1.HIII 8. IliitiM Mm I, Ill/ihiili J. Keinpcr.I .
BUYUNITED }Hy RUSSELL KAYOut I fight harder. Making these adjust. .nun of Teas: ,I' lirirriii Karl K. Jobtiauu and
menu Is not easy > we CAN II. F:. Ilnrrlm, .
fut Nullip In hereby given thnt W J. 1'lIh.m mill, ('(rllflmli shin) he re.
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'j make them and we WILL make lli'iuln. dope I" Hinilrr' cud l.1111111 I I'I them. By sticking together pulling holder of TilE Cortflrnte thi rein shall lie null, to the
STATES Sn. 211T. Imiiiil the let ilHT. of NjiM'iu 'hlirhml bidder' lit the ('uiirlhonm.' dour
of Chicago comes evidenceof Did Joseph break down and cry together and working together her A. I) lair! hue fuel acme In Inv( on the first Moinln\' 'In the month of
I!
SAVINGS that Indomitable American tour. I 0!' attempt to drown his sorrow?- I: courageously sympathetically and cilia>: bun iniiili'' apillintlon. fur n rihrinm. 1i4.! whlih la the monddm
Snhlirtlfliule nf "IIh .
1II4Jlliitid
thereon rllll n'
Tax Deed to bt Imupil
BONDS age and spirit which has al\\'a\s ( He did not. Looking about him, ; unselfishly, we'll come through to (' eiiihradu tli(" followliiir ileirlbcil this 2nd day uf Jnnimrv 1042l.llY .

typified our nation-"The Grin and on every hand he found other fel. I| win out stronger and better for the I propwtv, In the (Pointy of Okoeibiilm 1C. UAI'I.tHotOS.I :
f Florliln,. tn-wit : Clerk ('In lilt nnrt or
I I State (
AND STAMPS Win Club laws in the same boat Manufac. experience. Lute i: to 10 Inc, Blk. Rl South Okft nkeii.hiibee Culiun. Horliln
r to live turers, dealers, distributors and When find i.huhcvI K'lruilt ('uurt Scull I
Its origin Id credited a you yourself getting
I 'l'ho'I 1e.miini'iit of nulil "r"I'I'rl1111' Tan. .'. I). M' M. JO.
wire salesman and manufacturer's I salesmen who, due to piflorltles! I low in spirits think of those cour. ilir 1 alill'I'Mlflnnte Imili'il w'HI III tile i _

representative who. like thousandsof found themselves without a bust, ageous Marines at Wake Island who name of Siinih K Seward. ..
;Hhnll be rlipini'il I
y iilfMS fill.I ('rllfh'81.
other men In the country today ness or without a job. I stood their ground under a hail of nnorilliitf' tn Inw. ,prnpirtvilomTlhpil

suddenly found himself out of luck It seemed that just about every I bombs and machine gun bullets and lliiTiln hall he mill to the I JoR"liv, ft -

and a job when the products he one attending that convention was I when asked if they needed any. nn higheet I;ho fleet hlillir MnniliiT at the, In lonrthoiue; the month dour of I y"". .. JII'-

had been wiling so successfully having troubles of some sort and thing cabled back 'Sure send us cliriinrv. 1U-I2. nhlih Ii the 2n<] tiny

!! ![ I11111111111111111111I1111111[ [[ were all taken for defense purposes deep gloom settled down on the some more Japs" uf lYhriiitrr thin' Snil 1B42Imfotl iliiv.. tit ..T.1""r1J42.; 'b

Joseph A. Kaplan representative entire gathering It looked like the You can't beat people like that nov U IUI'I.EnflO, 6LIQUID

--- of the B. F Goodrich rubber com. convention which originally was In. and real Americans-soldiers, sail. Clirk Circuit Court of (;

I pony didn't sell tires but he did tended to pep them up and encour. ors, marines, business men Indus. rcinnlt Court Ok<...'.liohiH'*inh.Iin ('<'iiintFlorliln.. TA.ETS,SALVt.NOSIWIOrj

LET US PRINT a flourishing business _promoting a age them to go ahead would turn trialists, workers are all that kind 2. 9. in. 21, 30 I

rubber; coating material known by out to be a perfect "flop" I I of people. So don't "Howl and -

YOUR NEXT ORDEROF the trade name of "Koroseal" em. I Forgetting his own troubles, Jos. Scowl"-but "GRIN and WIN"
'I
ployed to waterproof shower cur. eph Kaplan got busy and decided

rains and for other household tur.I that since he couldn't sell any 'I "PoiifoaTAnnouncements

I nishings mere "Koroseal" there wasen't any.,

Attending a household Industries thin? to prevent his selling cheer, I

COMMERCIALPRINTING trade show in Chicane. where he I encouiasement and pep. i 'L 1,

anticipated sales that meant size, Circulating among his down, ,
able commissions, he was Informed I hearted fellows he began to laugh k 1' x1hwi

i 0the product was oft the market I'off his tears and worries and met FOR REPRESENTATIVE- I
i
as the full production ot Kocseal each tale of grief with a gay gloom IN THE LEGISLATURE I II I i '
had been requisitioned b\ I, dispelling wise crack: "I may ben I j I I i1 t

1' Na\\ for use in cable m--uU. I ) the RED" ne shouted. but I'm I
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! !:: !! !! i I take this opportunity to an.
tlon and for other military uses. not BLUEDON'T
I
nounce that I am a candidate for \ f
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I reelection to the
1 office of Repres. '
I' I' I I'
entatlve in the Florida Legislature j

for Okeechobee County in the I

Democratic Primaries In May 1942.

I W J (BILL) HENDRYV !

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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI : : ,


WASTEUse wish to announce that I am a I !lilt in 4r L

candidate for the office of County'

Commissioner from District No.4. I (

Ckeechobee District In the Demo AIR

era tic Primaries in May I will ap"piealate

All the Sugar You Like But Don't Waste It you.- VOI.B and su ;....r.. CONDITIONEDDependable

ALBERT BARKACLASSIFIED

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If that third spoonful of sugar remainsin ADS

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the bottom of the cup use only : FOR SALE-House trailer $4 .OO Service

each. Mrs. Margaret Jenkins Up

two the next time. The Drove Beach, R 1 BOX 125 I Low Fares
**A t .r .
Okeechobee, Florida '

If the waste of sugar be eliminated there will be plenty for January 18.23 pd I Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

>OTHJIOklW and the North.
all our wants and need.. t -

I 'llllllHt;' -1'0unty'. I'III' ,! Illllliinmin N..rn6wndLr
11 1114.
Not'ICE is JlJoIII-J1Y: : MM.N; iimi OKEECHOBE& . '::40AIo.t 2:10 PM
The Government has wisely taken to insure at ""' .111111'' I? "ill 111 t ,, II ::1' III I'hlll'lllI A". TAMPA . 10IOAIo.t: 4-55 PM Cuts Less than Driving
sugar
steps
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lAKELAND ':10AIo.t B SO PM
I I'."HI )IIIVK if I.rl'h1' .\10 i 1i7: AI
,
1G.50 AM 7.45 PM One 110....
known the Ml'll'llA '. AI. ORLANDO .
m ( 1'1 tin' f.llowltiK I II.
reasonable the In this there will be
price to consumer. war no ili'.i'HI,i'il In ml, In likiiclinlii" I A" JACKSONVILLE I:II PM II:45 PM Way IrIRAt.

repetition of "two pound. a week at 30 cents a pound". I .I nun. .,it} i,I ul iinlihi,Mi' ,,iMilir will, fur 11. llu,,1"'ro"l lilKlimtmil I ,ImI' ,. I I A,.. TALLAHASSEE LAKE CITY 2:25 4:45 PM PM 12.59 1:10 AM AM MIAMI JACKIONVILLI. 3 2.10 4.40 $ 7.91 0.50

IK-HI null hlil midli'it tu llu Httln' 4:10 PM 10:45: PM TAMPA. 2,30 4.11I
Lv. OKEECHOBEE :
,
I"f tilt 'Iruxti-e of the Inti'mill loll I I
nil Ar. JACKSONVILLE 1:45 AM 9:15: AM LAKELAND 1.90 7.15
Irureu1'ut Mind In r"J"1 "n v unil
'I l < id ,ill,, ('"u I II )e' nt 111.)1 I ORLANDO 2.S0 4.10
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hand! those which arrive
Supplies on plus may be expected to (n Ih,' Huh' ilnat lilinmr1'MJ! DIIIIC' CONNfCflONS JACIIION.'UI' fAUA. .1A.101.AHASSU. 1.61 10.20
I' MASSES AND LAKE CITY WITH OIlIYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4,35 7.15
v 'mini' lii runt! right of way 'Mit
safely in the country will care for all our needs during the ? wlili nil' In reserved fruin inij I FOR AU POINTS NORTH AND Will, ATLANTA. 0,25 15.01
",.trial Ihl..lIllhl'hh'l, there I In mi vxmi MACON 1" s 7,15 12.90
near-term future. Should the war continue it is reasonable to ; si iiIH Ituiid! Sw166ound-Oolne YALDOSTA I.U 9.61
I2 of. $l'i i: II "t :MV 1.1..1. MI .: Lv.OKEECHOBE& . 4:40 PIo.t 10:45: PM SIRMINOHAM 9.S0 17.10
expect that limitations and restrictions on home production 14 I Si'i. .11. lup :.13 S 1'1. Kite.. 33 E. Lot AI "MIAMI I ':50 PIo.t 2\30 AM NEW ORLIANI 11,20 20.20
T. Blink ID4' ('III' of UK.-M ImliifIruliLH 32,50
will be removed and thus permit provision of facilities ul I In' I lull'r.ml I I 1I.'un'n.' NEW YORK CITY ::: 25.50:
.( ,nil" I mil lit. Ilit'emit' Lv. "MIAMI . 10:00AIo.t 2:00: AM
to meet) our need. r Hiirliln A.. OKEECHOBEI . 2:10 PM 5:40: AM
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FRIDVY. JANUARY 16, 1942. THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS =I1REEI


I given. "UI Abner", by I I ,+"'x..x__:......."+,,*"

I Culbreth and Mary

"Blond Ie" by Betty Jo TheatreFORT

The 'Chobee Bugler Virginia Lee Culbreth PIERCE .

MtTKh: TOOt ( % .

ClK..tC'IUlII.: : and SATURDAY

FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL I
Double FeatureKAY
___ _uuuuuu u __ _ __ _ _ ,_ _ _ uuuu_ ______uuuU___ An .unlliiiiiK'c. bin ''''l'1I t
the ( lit (',,"".11 of the (' KYSER"PLAYMATES"
A FIELD TRIP JUNIOR CLASSIt ITS PERSONAL NEWS: : January 22, 1942, at 3.30: ihiihm million pniOclhiB lOt lviin, for the. '
1- You may expect her to find good lnnn. ..t nclu'rtlwnii'iin -IN-
The Biology Class Is thriving un. sure looks as II the Junior James Crews became so excited friends and good times, practical (in Itv'ill mi nt IK'*<>kni will'hnliHi.Inrmmlili. ,' ,
I der the lilywhlte hand of Miss Pat. Class Is not going to give the Sen. when he received a not from Rita experience that will help her to i'mini,II ill II* ,next, nirulnr
terson. iors a banquet. In a letter from Hair that he coulden't even finish manage a home, hold a Job, and do |I'the, in'nil Ml iln;'IIITKIMIH of trill-miry Inn'.,'. : WITH -
On Tuesday of this week things some official\ place we were asked his typing. her share as a citizen In a democ. urclliiiiiioii' tiro Tin'Hud l: ti CINNY SIMMS:
being somewhat upset by the clam, not to do this and' to buy defense Betty Jane Whidden's happiness racy-all as a part of the fun her un"el lux lIt thet'utplrlI.
miness of the school room and the Bonds instead. This will save food Is due to a certain new boy who troop enjoys. Millions of other .UM\I K11KHM Feature No. 2

call of the great outdoors, a field and help our country at the same lives at Kissimmee River. girls have found these things in '"11, \I III 2inl.:I: THREE MESQl'ITEERS
trip was taken to the remote re.1 time Then If we don't have the Dorothy Sellers has been the I more than a quarter of a centuryof
gions on the other side of the high banquet the Seniors will be mad and cause of quite a bit of hard feelings Girl Scouting In this country. Ht -
way. Various leaves and wild fruit I the morale of the school will be between Wayne Fulford and Cecil The organization is world wide as ":__:..."( ':" ;": : of Eldorado"
were gathered by the class while I levered We offered to use fish Harden I well as nation wide. As one of the
on their chase.Wednesday and :wamp cabbage as our main Lillian Leitner hae been seen Girl Sccuts of the United States Gilbert
found the group re.1 menu, because the fish will multi. quite often in a coupe lately your daughter will be a part of the MON. TUES. -
freshed by their enjoyable trip, and I ply and the swamp: cabbage will Catherine Woodham said that it I i, World Association of Girl Guides I t

they then settled down to a seri. \ grow, too. We suggested that the was hard for her to keep up with and Girl Scouts I ---- -- -- BOB HOPE
I ous discussion of corpses, sleeping Junior Class and Senior Class put her Pahokee boy friend. (She seems i Managing her troop government' VICTOR MOORE
sickness, and other appealing sub. \ all their money together, financethe to be doing a fine job of it though.) I I with other girls of the same age, PROGRAM FOR VERA IORINA
JecU banquet, and with the remain Juanita Van Brunt Is threaten your daughter will want to live up JANUARY
May the next wee!: be as merry ing money, buy defense bonds, in ing Cleo Evans and Lavena Harden I,: to the code of the Girl Scouts: toy. -IN-

with our grand, new, teacher! I I the name of the Junior and Senior with competition over Georgia Boy. alty, honesty, friendliness, service, Purchase"
-Biology ClassSEVENTH Class. This plan Is best becauseI Mary Virginia Swain claims ex. I courtesy, cheerfulness, thrift, clean, FRIDAY and ,
v- I I I have the banquet, buy defense i elusive right to the new boy, Ken. llness of thought, word and deed. j Double KID".c"\ IN TECHNICOLOR.
GRADE bonds, and both classes get the lion. neth Ford I. Be at the meeting Thursday and y
or.Well Betty Bradley can't quite decide let's get organized. 'I I Program :>iESD.\\ -
The Seventh grade girls met In I I hope some satisfactory between Newt McLaughlin and I V "Maisie Was A
ORSON WELLES
their home room, January 14 Betty (i plan can be worked out, because Clifford( Morrison. I THE AGENDA CLUB i
Jean Hansel read the scripture, and Mrs Dixon wants a banquet very That Mrs. Dixon Is afraid to al. I I STIRRING=" ASS AS -

Alma Joyce Trumble lead us In bad, and I don't blame her It has low Joe Wolff to step out the door i I The Agenda Club is becoming I AND LEW KANE"
prayer. i always been the custom and it u. alone for fear he'll tumble down I
I more interesting at each meeting,
We gave the Flag Salute, and nltes the two classes closer toge. stairs. J I because all the members work to. I Feature No. I -
sang the first verse of the Star :I ther and closer to the school. What Is so Important. that Doris '
gether and try to make It that way SDAY-
Spangled Banner. The minutes i -Tiny Watford, Reporter Thomas cuts classes In order to go "PRAIRIE
At each meelng, Oveda Boromel,
I
were read by Betty Joe Tucker, and V see "It". I WITH 3 ) BARGAIN DAY22c
president calls the club to order
afterwards, we had a play entlt. FLASH!! FLVSII !U! "Granny" Walker took good care
Aletha Walker THOSE
and secretary tak. ADDED:
led, "The A Family" I of Betty Watford's old boy friend
I es down the most Important things.
Characters were: Albert, the fa. The Sub Deb Club had a meeting Dick Anderson, while he was homeon
After the business meeting, we
tner-Berty Jones. Attice, the mo. Tuesday night at the home of the his furlough from the Marines have Inerestlr.g readings, and talks SUNDAY and \ \ Double Feature
ther-Virginia Parkerson Al the president of the Club. Officers Arlene's blue look is due to Har. I frcm members of the club BOB HOPE :" JANE FR4EEIN
son-Mary Virginia Swain. Alice, old McLaughlin's leaving for the ,
were elected from a group of nine -
With our dues we buy things that DOROTHY .\)
the daughter-Iris conrad. Two membeis They held a business arm)',
need for club, have
we" our and we
friends of the son and daughter; meeting and afterwards enjoyed a One of our dignified Seniors had panics IN In Hawaii"Featuie
Bob, Alice's boy friendKatherineConrad. I to walk part of the way home Sat. I
wiener roast which was a great
Our, Sponsor, Mrs. Dixon, helpsus "Caught In The No. 2.
Jean, Al's girl friend-Bet. success urday night tor would you say Sun. I
very much, In our club
ty Jean Hansel An awful accident happened to I II day morning) because their car was -oveda Boromel, PresidentIYSTRY I ADDEDIM'SIL : I DICK FOR\\
The play was written by Mildred one of our members after the meet, In the ditch? V MAR ;\RET LINDSAY
Phelps. ing. It seems a train started chas. I Cooner" Scott is quite popular P.\TIIE -IN-
:\
I -Iris Conrad, Reporter ing her down the track, or at least among the ninth grade girls now CLUBThe
V she thought so. When she finally I Robert Nix took Betty Sue Free, of The North"IN
MHO IS HE? became exhausted, she fell on one man home from J. T Alderman'spal Seventh Grade girl's Mystry Coming TECHNICOLOR.
backIn Club met Tuesday. Mary Swain
ty Tuesday night and was
of the rails, injuring one of her
Chobee In twenty minutesWhatIs vlce.piesldent piesided Dot Sel. "Here Comes Mr
It's boys like him that turn the beautiful legs. i DO YOUR DUTY
teachers gray long before their Now that's a fine clue, boys, so the matter Betty Sue did you lers, secretary read the minutes of DEFENSE BONDS AND'
time. He's in the Senior Class and just keep yoir eyes open for a beau, make him mad or Is that Just Rob. the last meeting Orville Ann LJn. "She Knew STAMPS

he has blue eyes and unruly brown tiful scarred leg Then you'll ,be ert's regular speed? genfelter, Chaplain read the script Answers" ........ .. .
ure and Virginia Lee Culbreth led :+:+ : : : :+++: : ?: +J J.+++
sometimes. He That Gerald Leatherman has ac.
hair, that he combs 1.9 right as to who the members
is a very nice boy and Is liked by are quired a new name: "God's Gift In prayer. The flag was saluted "BILLY THE

every one He is well meaning, a. Well, we hate to rush off, but I to the ladles. and sung The Then Star two Spangled short Banner was + : : : :":":":":".": : : :": :":":":": :"; BE WI1EADVERTISENOTICE
plays were
bout every thing he attempts to do, I we'll be ,back next week. Solong! I wonder what 'boy that lives on ----
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!but It seems so hard for him o be V the lake has stole Juanita Van i
good. He's tall and slim and has BALLAD I I Brunt's heart? We all know the iI I

a very very good sense of humor I Godwin boy, but could it be him?
and a reputation of being dumb, Our Country A certain teacher tells BIllie Col.\
...... only 'ws don't really believe that, One great nation, united" are we, llns that she had better stop stayingout
because he has a fairly Intelligent Home of the*dauntless and pure, so late. She's falling down in
expression most of the time. You The stars and stripes are waving Math, and so (t Is Gerald, in Phy.
probably have a fairly good Idea overhead Mes. j

who we are talking about ,but in Long may our flag endure! i Martha Walker seems to be copy.
case you are wondering, we'll give 'Twas out of a clear and cloudless Ing Molly Bowden. She's ,been do.
you a week to think It over The Ing a little stumbling, herself, If
answer will be In next week's edit, skyWe received a vicious attack i that's what you call It.
ion cf "The 'Chobee Bugler. The sky was filled with airplanes I I 'Bet all the girls had dates Wed. !

Coming to commit a merciless act. nesday night Wonder why?
Mr. Donaldson, Principal, has an. We'll lick the Muffin out of those Since Herbert Nix couldn't decide
nounced that the following boys I' Japs", beween Molly and Sylvia. It seems
have been named as Air Raid War. I We'll blow 'em off the map I that Molly made up his mind for
dens for Okeechobee High School: On to great victory e will go, him I
Donald Mack, Johnny Llghtsey. And then we'll take a nap I Wonder if Pearl saw that good
Frank Reeves, Nell Hough, Domer -By: Lucille Johnson-8th grade looking boy from Ft Pierce when -
Wilson, Paul Hc')d. Lynn Walker, V he was In town one night this week, ----
Harold Smith, Rooert Pierce, Wal. FUTURE FARMERS NEWS Or could that have been his objectin -
lace Dazey and Haynes Williams, coming.

V The future farmers held a meet. Miss Finger has had a cold ever

HEILTH AND PHYSICALEDUCATION Ing Tuesday night with 12 membersand since she came back from Fort i BOTH THE REAL ESTATE AND INTANGIBLE
4 visitors present. Vlce.presl.I Myers. What's the matter, Mr. Pip.

dent Leslie Cheshire, acting chair, pin, afraid of colds? I AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX ROLLS HAVE
Three play periods per week In man, took over In the absence of Leslie's girl friend was out of I
high school are used In which the president David Hamrtck. A few town when he visited Palatka dur. I BEEN DELIVERED TO MY OFFICE AND 1941 TAX
pupils play games. Organized Important details were discussed ing the Christmas vacation, but he
health instruction Is to,be given in then everyone went to hear Rev. tells us that Martha Mae Kennard PAYMENTS ARE NOW DUE.
alt grades as soon as books requls. Tyler at the Methodist Church. was good substitution
Itlcued) are received. Well, ladies and gents I think It Do you know any personal news?
Health, strong rugged bodies and would be a good Idea to tell you of U so, let us In on It TAX PAYMENTS WILL CARRY A 4% DISCOUNT
the ability to "take it" !Is the de. our members each week. This week -See Ya
dderatum I picked Charles Hargraves becausehe V TO JANUARY 22, 1942, 2% FOR PAYMENTIN

More attention is to be given to Is one of our Important mem. TO MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS
the care of teeth, eyes, and general bers. Charles Is helping Uncle Sam JANUARY, 1942, AND 1% FOR PAYMENT IN

health. Attention is also being giv. by raising around 800 ,fryers and Mothers, a great many of your FEBRUARY1942., PAYMENTS WILL BE NET IN
en to food nutrition. 200 pullets Charles Is a very 1m. daughters have expressed a desireto

Play period Is dally in the Ele. portant member and was reporter .become a Girl Scout MARCH, 1942, AND UNPAID TAXES WILL BE-
mentary School.* last year. If he keeps the good We have considered this desire

V work up we expect him to become and the Wesleyan Guild of the COME DELINQUENT APRIL 1st, 1942.
TIIETBETA CLUB a state planter this summer Besid. Methodist Missionary Society has
I es working on his own projects he offered to sponsor he organization.
Last Thursday the Theta Beta helps the Chapter in every way he However the Girl Scouts are non. 1941 OCCUPATIONAL BUSINESS LICENSES
Club elected the staff for the school can. Well, I could tell you a lot sectarian, open to girls of all faiths ,

paper, They were a? follows: more about him but we haven'tthe That Is to say, it is open to all DUE LAST OCTOBER, WILL BE SUBJECT TO WARRANT .
Editor: Winifred Crouch. room, so remember, "Food will those who find the Girl Scout
Assistant' Editor: June Cheshire. 'A in the war and write the peace." Promise and Laws In agreementwith AND PENALTY IF NOT PAID BY JANUARY1st
Business Manager: Alice Donald Sllvanus Harden. their own moral and spiritual

son. --V- Ideals of living. 1942.Bessie.
Special Reporter Lavena Har. THE 'CHOBEE BUGLERA If you have a daughter betweenthe ,

clen. GOOD TIMEA ages of 10 and 14 years, and
. Sports Editor: Mary McLaugh. she Is interested In becoming a

fin weiner roast v.-s. held at the Girl Scout, you come and bring .
Classes Editor: Lillian Leitner. I home of Mr and Mrs J, T Alder, your daughter or daughters to the .. -.
Clubs Editor: Estelle Sanderfur. man, Sr, of Okeechobee Tuesday 7th Grade Girls home room In the I.
With the election of the staff we night, January 13. high school building, Thursday
hcpe that the paper will be much Many games were, played, and ---- ------
better. then welners were roasted. Those "'__:..:..:..;..:..:M.X.M:..:' ,

--V ,"hr. took part in the party are as X i ,

9. BALLAD The Pit follows Tiny: Waford, Wllla Tomlinson, K. E. STELLO .ti::. xj Alderman, Tax Collector

'T 'as cold and dreary this winter Edwin Walker, Idell Tomllnson, 'J' f
Registered Real Estate Broker
day Mathew Tomlinson, Martha Walker, .t. ,J, I
The pig lay In his bed, E. a Nell Hall, Bill Hulsey, Beat, S' ,r.4.+> .:- Okeechobee County Florida
His friend the goose, came wad. rice Jones, Robert Nix, Betty SueFreeman ,
? ESTATE ANDINSURANCE ;
cling. : byAnd. Betty Jane Whidden, REAL
pecked him on the head. .Sammy Wheeler, J. T. Alderman, ;
The pig was mad as he could be Helen Stokes, Hubert Stokes, Cath. I .
His bristles In the 'air, erine Wrodhaai.! Edward Alderman, t .***> :E
The fat gooss flew far out of sight Robert Alderman, Clyde Durrance,
The pl..le said, "No fair." Leslie Cheshire, Donald Mack, Bev. Okeechobee, Fla. ;: { .. ..
By Doris June Thomas-8th grade erly Mack, and Molly Beckrlck. I eti'}:}*Sows. 4000fi++ :"L"p; :" ,,: :. .'. __ :":_'.. -,.. -. -
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NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1942.
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CHURCHES OF CHRIST, life" (Psalms 36:7: 9)), voice, and that thou mayest cleave
SCIENTIST Among the citations which com. unto him: for he Is thy life, and the I 1111NIIIINIIIINNIIIIIHIIIIINIIIIIIIIINIIIIINIIIIIIIIININII llllIIlmIllmlmUlmllllllllmmllllllnmmllmlllllm lmlmIl lll1lll1mmnmJlm
prise the Lesson.Sermon Is the fol. length of thy days: (Deut. 30:19: ]
"LIFE" Is the subject of the tea, lowing from the Bible: "I call 20 (to :). I
sonjSermon which will be read In heaven and earth to record this day The Lesson.Sermon also Includes
Churches o t Christ, Scientist, against you, that I have set before the following passage from the ;_-:;...;.. ==
throughout the world on Sunday, you life and death, ''blessing and Christian Science textbook, "Scl. -' -
January 18. cursing: therefore choose life, that ence and Health with Key to the LET US =
The Oolden Text Is: "How excel, both thou and thy seed may live:, I Scriptures" ,by Mary Baker Eddy: PRINT :
lent Is thy loving kindness, 0 God I That '
thou mayst love the Lord thy "Because Life Is God Life must be'
-For v/lth thee Is the fountain of Ood, and that thou mayst obey his eternal, self.exlstent., Life Is the
I everlasting I AM, the Being who
was and Is and shall be, whom; YOUR NEXT
I nothing can erase" (p. 289:32.2): I|
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1k1PENSE HIGH GES SCHOOL ITS NAME:PAPER THIS CHAN.WEEK I I=j ORDER OFCOMMERCIAL


0 The students of the Okeechobee :
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High School this week changed the
name of the school paper from the =.:..
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bee Bugler and beginning with.
this Issue the school new will go i=-
under that, heading j
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VICE CIMIRMAN OF 1
DEMOCRATIC: COMMITTEE I j
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::4' STATES I man ecuthe of committee the State, was Democratic a prominent Ex. :Si

visitor who spent yesterday In Okee. :=1 PRINT

AL/2'; SAVINGS I chobee.Mrs. McGregor was entertained i t I NG

I at a luncheon at noon by Mrs. T. 1 1I
BONDSAND W. Conely, Jr., assisted by Mrs. r.e.
I J. T. Hancock and Mrs. Nathan j! :
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I lanaI Defense, V ; :|f We Guarantee Ours

Mr. Matty King will leave for II !
I I Hollywood, California Friday, todaywhere :::
I he.Is dance director for War.
r I Iner Bros and Universal Studios. i

4 r v V I ILOSTXovember Workmanship


2nd, 12 ruare

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about twenty miles from Okcecho. Prices Are Reasonable =
THE POCKETBOOKof bee City on the Okeechobee. I
Moore Haven road. Reword for
Its return. Call Okeechobee News
KNOWLEDGE TIPS office

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A" Jlf TARS AND VIOLINS Repaired, i
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,.. Bows refilled. Prices

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1 1Me ALSQPW/N tIr r ti HOUSES FOR RENT-Furni.h.i
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