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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 30, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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 3. Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 30, 1942. Price 5 Cents

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AS GOOD AS GREENBACKS FOR RESTAURANT OWNERS

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Board Gives Some 1 Get Out A Special

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Advice To OwnersThe I i .f Itr.I. (Coed for meal. only) f !;it r 11i"lf I } Edition For News

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owners and operators 01 auto, I j: Any concern ((01 person) serving meals 10 the public on presentation of this request, signed by the luuingq, 'i.' : .. LS'1': I lID. I II. iN The Okeechobee News this week

mobiles and trucks should under no I I. Officer U authored to Nmllh..r.rl.-1.J ohn..DQ1a... fOQO.OQ.: ......... and OJl :cn :aN r !:: f' :P' reached an agreement with Prof, M.
I ... .... !........ I I g e I II Q. Donaldson of the
circumstances become offended with Iftnou *"** :::::::: : ual I' I principal Okee.

the Rationing Boards when they I I enlUted men o/ the Army en route from .........4 -nrn&t.... .-. ... ... -. .................../n..o.r. U. !;J':d : h"! .... I chobee High School and Miss Con.

are unable to provide your requir. g to.JUm"{lt4l0.All>Jbmft....." with .2t.- meel..ataeollol aol to meed SI l per mil abet Mned in dining on (@ (li i j Ii f D..I! 1 l'eA! stance Finger, commercial teacherIn
the High School whereby the
menu in tires and tubes on ac. Mtilro.ilbiuiiidMuTeiKtii7t .llc' Ire. ippropnilioa and froror 0 II 4 +e08..A..Dd130. r school will
: students of the put on a
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count of the very strict regulations I 1 = f 'I' Inr
under which they are working. In T. R. Not, W.7.91...., iuued (or tmuportation.I ... .0......... .oea. taw .}.fAoCa... r i lt tit t IN' : I special edition of the News which
that these men, who have been J pdtlfab ioeri'bi:;; : '1 : ( will be published on February 27.

carefully selected because of their .: I certify that .... .. meal li)|werZ jfumuhed by. .Street..C&ro. ... ............. ... S ; (i: ri- ; @L I For this SPECIAL EDITION the
I students will sell the advertising
honesty, Integrity and patriotism.are at ..U1iat.QAs.AlAtIM .......... .. ... n ry..u,........... 1'42. p i a"j I I get up all of the news and edit the

and serving are undertaking without compensation to do their u It I total coat Of $..!.-45,........ ''r' (c !.15J Q:(.::. ......... .......... fir3 R l paper. In addition to putting on
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ni
w rnevi' mNin' "' '" the special edition of the the
patriotic duty There is nothing in'I i paper
the regulations that will permit Form W. D. Q. M. C. Form No. de4 THIS MEU TICKET SHALL BE USED FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF FOOD NONALCOHOLIC: BEVUUGES ONLY students will also put on a SUB.
them to honor applications unlessit eppravWJoui/Oeaent/ V. 8. (Uoe *rP.wlur> Ink, 01' lnd libl. pinch only to fill In this tlcU.t) SCRIPTION CAMPAIGN In which
is provided for in the reguatlons. Just because a promissory not on Uncle Sam Isn't colored green doesn't mean that he won't meet his obligations. This meal ticket I they will solicit new subscribers for

It is the public's duty to them, reproduced above, and Issued by the Quartermaster Corps to traveling soldiers Is as good as cash to restaurant owners, which will b, I the paper. There will be no prizes

selves and their patriotic duty to( bad news for some who have refused to honor them. This ticket Is good for a 75-cent meal per soldier In a restaurant. given to anyone because the school
will be given a percentage of all of
their! i
country to conserve tires as '
well as auomoblles.( against the day Just because a promissory note on flees In Atlanta cited Instances I check by the Army Finance office been against small restaurant own. the money they take in during the
when their tires will no longer be Uncle Sam isn't colored green Ucs' where soldiers have either had to named on the ticket as fast as the ers Railroad dining cars and large i campaign and their percentage of

serviceable and they will have to( I n't mean that he won't meet his 'J hungry or to( pay for their meals malls can operate. chain restaurants handle the tickets I'the money will be so liberal that it
put away their motor vehicles for obligations. cut of their own pockets when their Instructions for filling out the without question. will be impossible for us to add
i period, maybe for years In an appeal to restaurant men overnment..ssued meal tickets were Ianks are plainly printed on the Good for 73 cents in restaurants, prizes in addition to the cash mon.
throughout the nation to honor meal reused: tickets. If instructions are follow the meal ticket plan Is Intended to ey they will get.
The way to take care of tires is
tickets presented by soldiers while Ljionel: Al.onte assures restau. :d payment is prompt. make sure the soldier will get the For this special edition the school
not to use them any more than is I
necessary traveling singly or in small groups I ant owners and managers that: the AJ of the complaints registered same quality and quantity of food I!I will appoint its own staff including
Coonel James R. Alfome Fourth meal tickets, if properly filled out I by soldiers who have had to shell that he has been used to receiving [' Editor Business Manager Society
Keep them inflated fully, even I
tell above the air pressure that you Corps Area Q'laiteimaster' with of.. : will be redeemed with a government'' out hard ca h to get a meal have at an Army post.Chairman, I Editor and Advertising Manager
-- and that sta.t'f111
would work in con.
normally use.

very Drive hard carefully on tires, as, In speeding that when is The Observer I IF. M. Mobley Is In MUSiC-RECITAL Walker nection Itng the with entire Miss paper Finger for that In hand week.,

In next Friday's paper the staff
you bounce a wheel off the groundIt The Music Department of the
spins and hits the pavement and Race Commissioner Okeechobee Schools will pre. Again Candidate that will conduct this campaign for
the school will be
grinds the rubber off (By Bill PagelIII'NTING ) nt :IU mid.term recital Fri. V announced.CIIANDLER.RAULERSON,

Use brakes sparingly, never suf. I !! day evening, February 6 at 7:30: -
flclently to lock your wheels unlessto Well, this Is the time of year I In todays Okeechobee News will o'clock In the School Auditor. On another page of the Okee.

avoid accident. when the Junk yards and sec. found the announcement of P. I II lum. The public is cordially chobee News today appears the an. -
Start sonly and do not spin your and hand auto dealers hate Abe j I Ii I invited to attend. The program nouncement of C. F. Walker chair Miss Nancy Raulerson was u.ilted
heels. their busiest t/eason. Kids from I 1M. Mobley who announces that he 1 will appear In next week's Okee. man of the Board of County Com. in marriage with Mr, Otis Chand.

Don't skid around corners drive 8 to 80 are busy building bus. i is a candidate for the office of chobee News. missioners of Okeechobee County ler Saturday evening, Jan. 24, 1942

slowly around corners and avoid eel for bird County( Commissioner from District ) V in which he makes the announce at the Brethern Church in Bassin.

grinding out of tires by slipping hunting. And No.3. in the Democratic Primary ment that he Is a candidate for re. ger Rev. Ray Lantz pastor off ic.
them on the pavement. the wonders May S. Jas. Mixon Moves election to that office from District lating. About fifty people were

Learn to walk again as most of that are pro. Mr. Mobley has long been a res. No. 2, Bassenger district. Mr. Wal. present.
us often use cars to our physical | duced from (dent! of Okeechobee County having ,j ker is now serving his second term Pre.nuptlal music, "Melody in F"
detriment. A great many of \,, junk heaps moved here with his family in 1913 Up Through NYA as a member of the board having was played by Mrs. Lantz. Mrs
including the writer were in us.// *; are amazing I from Polk County and has made this been elected the first time in 1938 I Lantz also played Lohengrlns'
world many years before there beyond beliefIruminate his home since. and served the first two years as a "Wedding March" for the pro es.
any automobiles.! d s:t ; I He has served all together ten James Mixon, seventeen year old member of the board and at the I sional. The bride's only attendant

Pay no- attention tq the talk that I e Junk heaps/ years as a member of the Board Okeechobee boy has received a poe primary in 1940 he was reelected for ,, was Mrs Mildred Dalgneau of Okee.
you hear about this being only a [ are 'tornl a. of Cout 1. Commisalonprs .cl-this 'itlon with the Food Machinery Co. another two-year term In Janu.i(, chobee sister of the groom. The
temporary shortage of rubber and PAGE part clawed county four of wihch was served I j j in Lakeland Florida "'Mlxon, who ary 194I"a "tne organization Of 'the groom,.had as his best man. Mr. .' .<;"_
that shortly will had taken live months work exper. elected I Jeff Dalgneau of Okeechobee his *
we have plenty over parts strewn hither and as chairman of the Board. board he was chairman and \
igain. It Is being told around that yon raked together again a In making his announcement Mr. |: lence in welding at the National again in January of this year he was II brother in law

the Oovernment will provide enough new start taken by the search I Mobley said that if he was again I youth Administration New Camp reelected as the boards chairman.In The bride wore a dusty rose
ynthetic rubber shcit'fc: to take er until with snapping eyes and elected as a member of that Board I DeSota in Tampa, was one of a discussing his candidacy for dress of Troplcana mesh. She hada

the place of the rubber that we have an eater dive Kiltie the kid or I the people of his district and the small group chosen from two hun. reelection Mr. Walker said that he shoulder corsage of white nar.
been using In this connection I I Old I'mle Ebenezer come up county could expect the same care, 'dred applicants wished to thank the people of Okee. cLssus. Her coronet of white star.
quote from Price Administrator with the exait part needed to ful business like administrationwhich Mixon wen the position In a reg. chobee County for what they had Jasimlne.
Henderson: "To relax tire ration, complete their "Joy of Life. he had rendered the county ulatlon Navy welding examination done( for him in the past elections Mrs. Dalgneau wore a light blue-

tng at the present time because the And behold, what have they? during the previous ten years he Two other NYA youths James R. and promised them that if reelectedhe crepe dress Her corsage.was madeof
production of synthetic rubber is Just another Junk heap. But was a member of the Board. Baird of Howey in the Hills and would continue to serve themIn pink rose buds and narcissus
being expanded would be dangerous NOW animate and HOW. Aud. V Sanford Bohannon, of Leesburg al. the same efficient manner in Mrs. Chandler is the oldest dau.

nj foolhardy. Press comment has Ibly so, I says. If you think rOOD FOR FREEDOM so passed the difficult test and were i I the fuu -e as he has In the past. ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Raul,

given rise to false hopes that we Packard parts are not inter, I PROGRAM: ANNOUNCED hired as welders 'I V erson of Basslnger.! She g a mem.
H E. Spangler, Area Director of ber of the tenth grade In
are now able to relax the tire rat. changeable with Lizzies or that FOR OKEECIIOBEE REGIONAs NOTED METHODIST LAYMAN Okeecho.
the NYA announced that these bee High SchoolMr.
toning program Immediately. It will TO
Austin parts fit perfectly with CONDUCT SPECIAL SER.
be at least eighteen months( placements in private defense pro. Chandler is the oldest son of
pos. Bulck or Rolls Royce motors their part In the Departmentof VICES AT METHODIST CHURCHMr
tibly longer before any substantial duction plants were a vital part of Mr and Mrs. Perry Chandler of
look over the first puddle Jump. Agriculture war effort, Okeecho. I
Quantities of synthetic rubber be. the new NYA program which deals Fred T Barnett. well known Basslnger,
er you see starting on a hunting bee, lades, Indian River Martin
come available and entirely poe almost exclusively with defense act. Methodist! Layman world traveler The couple will make their homeIn
trip. The one man assemblyline and St. Lucie County farmers who
sable that every pound of synthetic Ivttles. and lecturer on Christian Steward Bassinger where their many
has arranged everything participate in the Farm Security
rubber that can be produced In the Mr. Spangler added that oppor. ship, Christian Service for Adults, friends wish them happiness.
and week
strange parts a ago and other farmers have
future will be needed for direct m11 program tunltles for youth were unlimited in the Church Facing the Alchol prob. V
bosom friend and meshas
are now not been able to get financial assist
ttary use'Remember the present program of defense lem and Public School Lecturer on BEWARE OF IMPOSTERS
closely and perfectly as the ance in the have been asked
past
that when wreck: j work and that youths who would Youth and Alchol will conduct a Marcus C. Fagg superintendentof
you crusts on Grandma's apple pie. to( raise their food production sights
your cars you probably won't be avail themselves of NYA work ex. special series of services at the) the Children's Home Society of
Inventors these
And the of mon. higher than ever before. To match ;
able to replace them for a long strosltles are prouder than Papa the new goals for America's farmsas perlence could be assured of a Job Methodist Church beginning Sun. Florida upon learning that in some
time in private industry day morning. Mr. Barnett will sections of the state solicitors are
.
Dionne on pay day.I set by Secretary Wlckard, the
This statement is made to( the the V I speak dally 10 to 11 a. m. and 7:30 using the name of the Society and
Inspecting
one
was just PSA farmers in these counties are
I!I
public in the hope that it may be other day that would make lien. accepting the following minimum County Attorney T. W. Conely each evening through Friday night, himself In seeking funds or selling

of benefit in conserving automo. ry Ford or Chrysler look like I' food quotas which are based on the Jr., returned Wednesday afternoon Special services for children will magazines, advises that the Society
bites and tires so necessary in our novices. An aJvanced 1942 Q, average family production. Produc. frtm New Orleans where he wentto be held during the series. Mr Bar employs no solicitors and does not
modern way of living represent the board of Couunty nett will also be at chapel in the authorize the use of its name,
V. J. model "Queen Victoria Jal; I Ion goals set for these counties and
v-, lople." Self commencer and he Commissioners in a hearing before public schools several times. He will I Such solicitors are Impostors and
em. State at large are as follows
;
the United States Circuit Court of be the guest speaker at the Okee.I 1 should be turned over to the local
er.jen.cy brake exlcuded we I two cows, four number one hogs '
Eyes and Teeth Are Appeals.by I chobee Civic Club ext Tuesday1noon authorleles.
understand. It looked to us as :ne hundred baby chicks one half
in the Southland Hotel.
if the owner would have to .i<.re garden 'fenced), one acre rice I I VMISSIONARY-
Mr. Bamett's approach to( the
Cause of RejectionsPoor ride It sidesaddle and let his two acres food crops, including one contributing to National -.nark. Stewardship Life is non.sectarlan MEETINGThe
hoop skirts wave In the breezes tenth able supplies. Before fora
acre of tomatoes, two acres applying and will be appreciated ,by membersof Woman's Society of Ch lst.
of the prairie lands as he hunt, Egyptlon Wheat one half acre su.er loan an applicant must either be all faiths. A very cordial invite. Ian Service of the Methodist
vision and bad teeth are ed quail and turkey. Remindedme cane and-or sorghum two ac. an owner or be able to get a written.: i I, tlon is extended to everyone. Church met for the first meeting
given as the principal causes for of the old style Pulman res permanent pasture. Additional lease fcr a period from one to ''ive V of the new year Tuesday afternoon

the alarming number of rejectees coaches only It took a small I goals for this particular area over years. I i I January 27. The devotional was .
among men between the ages of 21 Mze step ladder to climb Into, and above the above mentioned It is encouraging! that small far. Eddie Bass Is In given by Mrs. D R. McNeill who
and 38 examined for military ser. Instead of the one story footstool minimum subslstance goals are as mers realize the situation and are used as a theme "The Land of Be.
vice. of the Pulmans. fellows; one hundred baby chicks eager to do every thing they can. I ginning Again" with especial aPe
In the air corps bad eyesight is Then there's the more up.to. :r.e and one half acres sugar cane This is war They know it and wanta i Race Reelection plication to the woman's missionary
listed as causing more rejections date and costlier outfits The and-or sorghum one half acre of part in It "Last October Secretary I endeavor

than anything else with bad teeth I Extra Super DeLux Canine stick beets or carrots The Farm of Agriculture told all farmers and I I An illuminating report of the past
running a close second. Carrying Contrivances. All met. Security Administration will help all Agricultural Agencies that the County Commissioner R. E (Ed. i year's achievements was given and
Thousands of otherwise healthy! al body, spaced In compart bring about the food Increase by old sights must be raised. Whatever i I die) Bass announces in this weeks various suggestions and plans made

individuals! who up to( the time of I ments for each dog to have maklrg loans to farmers who can: farmers had teen doing about food Okeechobee News that he is a can. for 1942. Among them a donation
examination have neglected or glv. plenty of leg room all his own. not get credit elsewhere to finance production they must do more he ,didate for reelection as a memberof of five dollars to Red Cross

en little attention to eyes or teeth Or If two dogs are very Palziealzle. purchase of chicks, cows sows, seed said because we were In the shad. i the Board of County Oommls. At the close of business a pleas
are amazed to find that they are \\' a roomy space for themIn and other materials needed for the dow cf war and more food was sloners of Okeechobee County from ant social hour was spent with the

not acceptable.In seclusion, and the others bigger job. Those persons eligible needed at home to( help build a District No 5, Utopia Belle Bennett Circle as hostessess.I ,
most cases the condition could carefully provided for In other for loans are as follows, farm labor stronger people and more was need. Mr Bass is now serving his first Mrs, C, H. Parkerson chairman
have been avoided if a good dentistor padded sections of the car. leIS, share croppers tenants low ed for shipment to the people over term as a member of the Board I Those present were:

optometrist had been consultedand Drinking water In each com. Incomed owners operators and part seas, who were fighting our fight. having been elected at the primiar. I Mesdames C. H. Parkerson W,

a check made to correct it. part men t. Dog biscuits, frozen time farmers employed in non.ln.diutrlal Now the war has come. and the lea in 1940. He has lived in Okee. A. Lawson H. T. Bsas H A. Proc.
Records show that from a mil. !I fish, assorted fruit juices their off farm work who cannot need has grown We can see our chobee County practically all of hb tor( Eugenia Simmons, David Cas.

lion examinations in the United favorite ball or old shoe placedIn finance food production activities old plans as insufficient our old life having moved to( the place he sel, W B. Jernlngs, J. M. Roe, J,
States 23 persent under 21 years a convenient spot for their from other credit sources and who .ights as too low We can see that now lives at Utopia from Bassenger, H. Davis, F. "'. Zander. W, L

of age, 43 percent under 40 yearsof entertainment etc Electric have land resources, Inadequate for everything else must be made sec. In discussing his candidacy for Moore. E. R. J'eff D. O. Puppet
age and 82 percent under 601 fans strategically! placed so no ultimate rehabilitation but sufflc. i i cndary to food production. Appll. reelection Mr. Bass stated that he J R. MJiehan. Nathan Zelmeno

years of age, have defective vision. I I! draft will hit the four legged lent for producing food feed or j I cations for loans may be made in had served the people of his dis. vita, J. A. McNeill Wade Snell D
V i Sherlocks. Even electric heat, other needed defense crops and livestock person or through letters written to trlct and Okeechobee County to the J, Hunt E. H. Goodwin; J. O. Wolff

Mass at Sacred Heart Catholic ers In the colder climes. : products, which will make a Burnett Bartlett or Jus in care of best of his ability and that If he W, A. Moore. F. W Humphries,

Church every Sunday at 10 a. m. Reminds one of Gargantua's :. contribution to the National De. j he Farm Security Administration was reelected he would continue to M. E. Myer, D. R. McNeill. Misses
until further noflce. Everyone wel.came. elaborate $20,014 cage in min. tense needs either by SUPplylnjmore Office P. O. BO.I 248 Okeechobee serve them In the same manner Ruth Humphries Jo Parrish and
j Continued On Last Page of their own family needs or Florida: in the future as he had In the past little Miss Jean Proctor.Robt. .









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THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, 1942.
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@Jtccdtobc CfU5 -- i of the highest type. I FOR SALE-Mouse trailer, $4500 NOTICE OF APPLICATION

I Plan now to ice the 1942 Florida cash. Mrs. Margaret JenMns, Upi I FOR TAX DEED

-- Too Late to Fair at Tampa, Opening February The Drove Beach, R 1 Box 128, law of 115

Published every Friday by the ClassifyBy 3 and continuing through the 14th. I Okeechobee, Florida Notice la hereby given that C. A,

Okeechobee Newt Co.. at Okeech I Eleven big days and eleven big January 18.23. pd.NOTICE. Fulford bolder of Tm Certificates No,
111), leaned the Stb day of July, A. D.
tee Okeechobee County Florida nights.
11)2(1 and 342 and 3-49, issued the 2nd
I V I day of June, A, U. 1030, has Wed
RUSSELL E' Y
In office hat made application -
same my :
BRYANT BOWDEN.-. ....Editor
for a Tai Deed to be issued
J
Okeerhobee County, Florida, thereon. Said, Certificate embraces the

Entered as second class matter -- I PoliticalAnnouncements NOTICE M 11EILEBYrGiVEN4lThstnrsnnnt / following described property In the
nf Okeechobee, Stita of Florida
County
July 1, 1915 at the Poet Office So many appeals for contrlbu.I ment approved its continuance, they J I.a'... nf to Florida Section, Act U I), of 11)17 Chapter:! known 18200 e., to-ult: .
f B and 6 Sec
812 oil 10
Florida under & eicept
Okeechobee e I tlie .Ml'ltriir
tlons are encountered nowadays that have encouraged It with large and land ACT the following deUiTlliod Twp 37S Kg. 35E: Containing 209 acres

Act of March 6, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. interesting exhibits The war de. Mloridn I will he In offered Okenhohee, fur sale County it pub., Ill lamied the nth day of July! A. D.
the bewildered with
average citizen, lie SB! 14 nf NW 1.4 and NB! 1.4 of
for tho
outcry
unaccustomed restrictions and partment sees in the Fair an op. 'bid, mih/iHt to the highlit right of and the brut Truiteei'of cash SW 1.4 fee, :IK). Twp. 378, Kg 31E.
RATE un. portunlty to present to the people FOR REPRESENTATIVEIN '! the Internal Improvement' Fund to Containing NO mroiTh .

One year In advance -- -.. .......f 2.01 certain future, Is Inclined to clan. interesting facts and information THE LEGISLATURE rojott pause,any and. all bids, it the Court said" axil-lament,Certificate of limned laid property wa In under the
nt 10 \ M the nth of
Six months In advance.1.00 *lfy, the. "Celebration of the Pres. the will give them a clearer under larch 11)43.:! Kan uient (Idenfs Birthday" and the "Fight the' of way 200 feet w4de! .m be reserved' Katate.tnli'M: .
Three months In advance.,76 standing of natlonU military I take this opportunity to an. from through I laid, Certificate shall be redeemed -
pared there
any which
Infantile Paralysis" campMgn as effort and equipment. I nounce that I am a candidate for I* im txlatliiK Htat 'lload. I, according to law, property
just another drive. SI.'I nf ; of described therein shell be sold to the
KM 4 w1.4 of KK1 4 HOC
re.el lIon to the office
The << of Bepres.
Department of Labor De. bidder at the Courthouse door
highest
Advertising! bills are payable on 'I!. 'f\\'I'| 81. 1lIe, 33. tbntiiltilng 0iirrei
This Is unfortunate Is in
for U
partment of Commerce Department entatlve in the Florida Legislaturefor on the first Monday In the month of
the first of each month. Parties February 104-. which la the 2nd day
every sense a defense measure, safe. of Agriculture and other Okeechobee County in the I IIUHTKKM OK TUB INTERNALnintOVKMBM : / ,1
govern of Fehrtinry 1042.I .
unknown to publishers required to : Kl'.ND OF TUB
guarding both the military and civil mental agencies are taking more Democratic Primaries in May 1942. STATE OF FLORIDA I I Dated this 2nd day of January 1942.
pay In advance.Reading populaton. In of the Ily Itoy H, Kiiulcraon, Trustees
spite splendid Agent
space than ever before to present W. J. (BILL) HENDRY i I Fund, Okew.hobce County, Florida.J'I'| ROY It KAtJLERSON
progress made, this dread diseaseIs Paid Political Advertisement (lork Circuit Court orOkr..bnhee
their ,
to .
the I
notices In local column far from story people. They I Junuiiry 30.NOTl.t I 1 County, Florldt.
conquered and remainsas realize that in the end of the day V- Circuit Court Heal
lOc a line. Rates for display an ever present danger to the full cooperation and united action ; TO Ai'I'EARIN I Jo n. 2. 0. 16. 23. 30.

advertising furnished on ap health and well being of the nation FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
can only when
come every one
plication. Classified advertising 2e and the individual. I 'HIE: CIKCIIT COURT OF TUB I
knows and understands what the MMII- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
word each Insertion. All
each Infantile paralysis Is no respecter various departments are doing and I wish to announce that I am a Full' OKHI.I'IIODI.K COUNT: FLA. TAX DEED

items regarding; enterprises con of persons. It hits high and low, how they are doing it. candidate for the office of County IS rilANCKKY: 821 ALBERT I I..... of 10W:
ducted for profit are chargeable old and young alike and because It Commissioner from District No. 4. IlltKUKK Complnlnant, \.., DOROTHY
rates. While officials In charge of such nilKWKH.: Pnfomtnnt Notice la berehy given that 8. J.
at advertising
: is contageous Is an even greater Okeechobee District, in the Demo, TO T'OO'fIlBItE"EIt.. unit Lick, I li.u-l. holder of f sa Certificates Nos.
exhibits be tell
threat to the nation at this time may not able to you cratlc Primaries in Mv I will ap. I Kimmkr(' : 1HO. Itiiiod the fifth day of Septora.
"Where the Navy is" or "how many tier A. I). 1027: (Certificate Nos. 2490 1
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG when we have large concentrationsIn planes we have in the far east", predate your vote and fcur; ort. You urn hereby ordered, to appear I to 2111 Inc. and 24 "1 pledge allegiance; to the Flag mlltary camps and in war Indus. ALBERT BARKA In the Bill of Cumplnlnt fur divorce I tied' I the! fifth dav of Anguat A. D,
there is plenty of interesting In. IIUO: (ertlflcatci Not 10IU.1 lamed; thesrrnul
In
Fin Albert Brewer
of the United States of America trial areas A serious epidemic I Paid Political Advertisement, Fillet. yarn I'V' I day, of June. A. D 1030, and
before
formation they can impart, and the iilu styled pmme on or
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and to the> Republic for breaking out In such places couldbe V the 2nd dnv nf February, A D. NM2.nlhorn I Certificate No 874, leaded the first
every citizen will find It very much iliiv of October A. D. 1934. bas filed
which It stands: One nation Indivisible disasterous and every commun. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: 'l o the nllcrntlon of snld Fill same In rot office: hot made Rppllca-
worthwhile to see these splendid I will ,he tnki'ii n* ennfo, eil' flgnlnat .
with liberty and Justice ity should take every precaution DISTRICT NO. 1 tines for a Tu Deed to be Issued
exhibits talk to the in ton. .
personnel I I theroon. Said Certlfliatea embrace the
for all"WOMIVS possible to prevent It. 1'1.' Order "hull he pnlillnhed, ar"illnir .
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and themselveswith
charge, acquaint
Your: contribution to the cam. I I take this opportunity to ". tn law 4ii the Okeochiihp CnmtM of Okoechobee. State of .Florida
activities. an. ,
governmental S"w. to nit :
I palgn directly benefits and protects nounce that I am a candidate for Dared thin 2nd ,dnr nf .Tfilinnrr. A. Lots 1 to 14 Inc. Hlk. 11.
SOCIETY OF CHRIST. I your own home and your communityfor More county exhibits than for County Commissioner from District I>, 1042 Lute 1. 2. :,1, 4 and, 7 to IS \Inc. Blk
I\\ SERVICE MET TUESDAYThe half several years are planned and these TIOV It ".\I'r.FRn: !' 14 and I I.nti. 1 tn ;tit Inn? Blk 19 Southwest
the funds
remain in
your No 1, (Fort Drum) in the Demo Adilltliin Subdivision. of the West
nf Court
county for use there In any emer. will be of the highest standard, ar. cratlc Primary May 9. "'...,at rnnrf Clerk IIpa')Circuit 1110 ft, ot Sir. 51, North of SW 1.4 of
Woman's Society of Christ. that arise ranged attractively and artisticallyto T ". 1 1121.. :3Dorirr SW 1.4 nf See. .'1. Twn. 37. R SI.
gene) might while the I
If elected I will serve the people the UBS'0 mill-lit of cold. property, tin-
Ian Service met Tuesday afternoonat balance goes to the National Foun. show to best advantage the ag. of my district and the entire countyto I II I dir mild Ci'i-tlflcnteii. latiied, wni In the

the Methodist Annex Mrs D. dation for use In research and In rlcultural and industrial resourcesof II' the very best of my ability I \ ov UPI.'" \TIO," I Lena mime R.of Fiirdhnin Okecrhntiee rnknonn City Land, Howard Co.,

R McNeil gave the devotional and an educational program to meet the the section they represent will appreciate your vote and sup. FOR TIC HF.Y.II R. KateK. Mrs Ml/iiheth: ,T. Kemper
problem. Governor Holland who has always Laws of 1015Nnllio I n. I' ijririln, Karl F, Jiibnsnn and
also presided over the business ses. II port. B K. llurrlmni
You can do your part In a num. looked with favor on such events I -B. C. SWAIN IK hereby given thnt W .T. I I'ntiM, aiild (:ertlfUatei shall he re.
slon During that period It was ber of Attend has given full support and Ifomlrv. lope| I.. Ilendrv mid Anna <1.Punnnion '''''I1It.d nrcnrdliijr to ln\v, property
the functions encour.
ways. Paid Political Advertisement,
holder! nf Til* Certflrnte described therein Khnll lie noli) to the
voted to subscribe five dollars to being arranged for the celebrationof aged the various state departmentsto I V \n. 207. Imtipil the lot lav of Novem- highest lildilor m the (Courthouse door
while to tier A. I) 111:17.: has filed some In myffl'e I on the first Monday In, the month of
the Red Cross Fund. Belle Bennett the President's birthday in your I participate he plans 'TO THE CITIZENS OF : has intidff, nppllintlnn" fur a February. l')4J. which Is the Ip..ondfill'
Circle acting as hostess served tea community. Send your personal personally attend on Governorte OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY: Tni Peed, to lie Issued thereon Snld of Ffbruarv, 104.
Oirtlflcnle vmliriieie the following demrlliod Dated thla 2nd' of
day
Jnnnary 1042.
and cookies Mrs. C. H. ParkersonIn check for whatever afford Day.
you can property In the County of Okeeihnhoe I ROY R. ItAI'LERMON,
charge. Those attending were: to the local committee. Join the State and county school officials, I Sen to of Flnrldn. to wit : Clerk Circuit Court of
hereby annouce my candidacy Lute 2 In HI Inc Blk. M, South Okeohnlu okeei'hohee Florida
Mrs M E Mjer, Mrs D R Mc. "March of Dimes Act now, and recognizing the educational value of for re.electlon to the office of <, >eThe r K'1'1'1111 Court Seal) County

Neil!, Miss Jo Pairish. Mrs W. A. see to it that your communty and the Florida Fair, have each year County Commissioner from Dis. im"i'.KIIII'lit lOt mild property", (mi- Jan. J. D, 1U 23. M.jtae .
dir a olilCcrillli-iitu, leaned' woe In the
Lawson, Mrs H. T Bass, Mrs. H. your naton are prepared for any I made it possible for more and more trlct No. 3 and will appreciate your inline nf Snrnh K Keward -

A. Proctor, Mrs D. W Cassel, Mrs. emergency. Don't let infantile par. I school children from all sections of vote and support, If I am reelect divined I'lilem mild Certlfliate to Inw shell, be re-
neenrdlnir property
Eugenia Simmons, Mrs. W. B. Jen. alysls attack your town or your the state to visit the show, which ed I shall continue to serve in a descried therein shall lie eolil to the I joJllfV .. .

nlngs, Mrs, J. H Davis, Mrs. F. W. home and find It another "Pearl through the courtesy of :Fair off ic. faithful and capable manner and hlBlii'nt lilildor' Ht the Oonrthonie door I .

Zander Mrs. W, L, Moore Mrs. E. Harbor" ials has always been thrown opento working at all times for the best on February the first, 1IM2 Monday!, which In Ii the the month 2nd day of ... ,.,-

R. Neff Mrs, D O. Flippen Mrs, them without charge. Interest of the County, nf Felirnnry.. 1042:!, MLo"lb

J, R. Mlnehan Mrs. N, Zelmenovltz While a number of Florida events Every indication points to an out. EARNEST HILLIARDPaid Dated! thin 2nil day nf Jnnnarv. 1042

Mrs, J A. McNeil Mrs. Wade Snell, have ,been canceled ,because of the standing Florida Fair this year. Pollttical Advertisement.FOR rinrk nnR.Circuit. IUt'J.ERlOS Court nflki c; 666U0UID.

Mrs, D J. Hunt, Mrs. J. O Wolff, war the Florida Fair will be heldIn Visitors will find every building V ( >e<'lmlie, .. County, .Flnrldn!

Mrs W A. Moore, Miss Ruth Hum. Tampa February 3 to 14, and packed with beautifully arrangedand (ICIrinlt Court Kent) .iASLETS.MLVS.K031 MOPS
COUNTY COMMISSIONER: Jan. 2, (0 I. 16. 23. 30,
phries, Mrs F W Humphries. Mrs promises to be more attractive and Interesting displays of every *
DISTRICT NO. 2
C. H. Parkerson and Mrs J. M comprehensive than ever before kind and character. Amusement

Roe Not only has the federal govern. features and entertainment will be.RESTRATION l .,1l
-- I I take this opportunity to an.

nounce that I am a candidate lor I

reelection as County Commissionerfrom ,

\ District No 2. I will apprecl. \

ate your vote and support. "

C. F. WALKERPaid : I .

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The 'Chobee BuglerFOR An nrillnnni'OKKt.CHOUKK* hu:* \been ',,'aled, to Sunrise Theatre,

the City Council of the City of uknchillies FORT PIERCE
iinirlillng for the loutrol and ,
locution nf ilitm, lillllinHnU and oilierfunul
of mlxvrttwuirnta Klthln the
Florida and mid TODAY and SATURDAY
(Itv of Okewhobee
A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL unllniinrfl will t>.. niiNlilcrfMl hv the ,I
Council nt In next regular tnoetlnn on Double FeatureMADELEINE
the 2nd clii)' of Keliruitrv 11)42 nt 7::341
|I'i. m. All t IHTJOIIH Intcrcntccl In pall
DEAR FOLKS, I when she heard that "Dynamite WHO ARE THEY? eger, chairman of Social relation rdliinnct urn Imltoil .to attend tbli CARROLL
I n..etllllf of the Council.AI.VIA STIRLING IIAYDENIN
I Wilson" was to come home from I and local church activity HIIKItVIAN. City CI.rk.llIn
You know this is a busy week at, the on a furlough. They're in the 10th grade two I Refreshments were served and a -
navy
short social time held. The ft 111.23,:ilO.
Okeechobee High School. This lovely girls. They always dress was
pa. very "BAHAMA PASSAGE"IN
per staff is so rushed getting In back Say, who does Esther Hall really alike for a reason ef their own that I next meeting will be at the home of'

work, and trying to please all the I like Jack Wolff, or Austin Hayes, you should be able to guess. One Mrs Eugenia Simmons with Mrs. TECHNICOLOR
..000..0 0 Ho+H+XGilbert -:-:"- <+>
teachers, and the seniors are trying: or "Cooner"1, Scott? of them Is \more athletic than the I I Eva Dixon, and Mrs. Vivian Ellis Feature No. 2, "
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to get exemp from every exam they' We are all wondering: what Betty,) other. 'The other girl Is of a quiet serving a joint hostess. Theatre ; .
possibly can (can't blame 'em) but]I /Watford will do now that Vernon er nature, Both of them are well I]I VMHHWM B V WMI BHMB M JOHNNY MACK BROWN
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It sure got the Juniors In a ditter, I Burke is going to the navy? Will liked. Last year one of them won I TilE SENIORS -IN- "" '
OKEECHOBEEPROGRAM
'cause, well they thought hey should she! stay home or find someone an honor which was coveted by ev. -
get exemp, too. Can't much blame I' new? if you'll just wait a little ery girl In school. I'm afraid that's (This article was copied from one "The Masked Rider"MIDMTE
t
'em either, but Mr. Donaldson saidit 1: while we'll let you know? all the dope we can give you, out I, placed on the bulletin board In the FOR WEEK ENDING
was a little late to start arrang. I Will J. C. Lowe finally choose It really Is an easy job to guest who hall Tuesday morning.) SHOW 11:15 SAT -
Ing exemptions for so many, and I I Willie Grace Collins or Mary Rob. they are. | All of you know, the Seniors have, FEBRUARY 5TH. RONALD RE\OAN
that maybe that can be arrangedat Inson? So far Mary seems to beholding Oh yes, of course for the girl after a hard struggle and an awful I I -IN-

the end of the year and we'll | ( first place. we described last week. It was as |i lot of work, won a chance for ex. FRIDAY and SATURDAY I "NINE LIVES ARE
just call the senior exemptions for Florence Godwin has become quite you all know, Miss Aletha "gran. emption from Semester exams We
this semester a "senior prlvlledge. I I I popular lately, especially 'with Tra. ny" Walker. Now wasn't that easy? I i do not want anyone of you to think Double Feature NOT ENOUGH"

Of course, the teachers- are all via Douglass V I! that we deserve this because we Program .

busy making up hard exams sothere's I We, herewith, give an orchid to FUTURE FARMERS HAPPENINGS i 1 I are a little better than you, because SUN. MON. TUES. -
little I find I I e're not Nobody has worked for LUCILLE BALL
can to give orchids Mrs. Lowe and Orchestra for the -
exemptions for the entire school GARY COOPERIN
or onions to them for. ;i splendid showing they made Tues 'I -IN-
(By Sllvanus Harden) -
than we. But it is just too late to -
If read the "Future Farmers day night at the Red Cross party.
you The local chapter of Future Far.
it that this time.
plan way How. "TOO MANY GIRLS"Feature
Happenings", you'll note that Mr. Until next week we say good.bye, mers held a party at "C" Mammock, "SERGEANT YORK"WITH
of will have
hand ever, every one you a I
Harden mentioned the party they good luck Friday night! A few games were chance probably for exemptionfrom ( No. 2 -
had, but he didn't tell the really -I. C. AllBECAUSE
you played, then Bar.B.Q's were served
I the final exams at the close DON BARRY WALTER BRENN1N
Interesting part about It. Yet, V with fruit juice. After this a few of the school term this year. So -III- I JOAN LESLIE
there's no doubt In my mind that I more games acre played until the you see, we won it because it was
you know It was the social event blackout, and we extinguished the our own idea, and there are really "PHANTOM COWBOY"ADDED !
01 the year, and that If you didn't (Doris Thomas, 9th grade) fire and sat ar und the coals tryingto \\ED.NLSim -
I only a very few of us, anyway that : LEON ERROL COMEDY:
get a bid to that affair, we-11 you "Now John," the district teacher keep cur toes warm waiting for will be able to make the grade. I CONSTANCE BENNETT
just don't rate. It looked like the I says the "All! clear" signal. At last it II You will not see any boastful or JEFFREY LINN
Spring cupid had sprung up, as I I With frown that scarce can hide was sounded, and Mr. Peppin says "I big headed Seniors. We are all SUNDAY and MONDAY -IN-
they were some new couples there, The dimpling smiles around her "0, K. you can go now," thus the grateful for this prlvlledge and hon. I JOAN BENNETT
some we hadn't seen together be. mouth Future farmers and their dates with I I or we thank Mr. Donaldson and the FRANCIIOT TONE "Law of The Tropics"
fore. Let's see if I can rememberwho Where Cupid's hosts abide; cold toes and a full stomach said teachers who made It possible for --.--
some of them were: Oh yes, "What have you done to Mary Ann, good night and thank you for a us to win this honor. But we know -IN- THURSDAY -

the president escorted Miss Aletha That she is crying so? lovely evening. '': too, that at any moment, upon our "SHE KNEW ALL
Walker, an orchid to him. Clyde Don't say "twas nothlng.don't I say Those attending were: Miss Fin. failure to obey a certain list of rules BARGAIN DAY
the ladles' man, chose as his lady For John that can't be so ger Virginia Cason, Sylvia Snell, '' that Mrs. Dixon has made, our THE ANSWERS"ADDED

for this occasion lovely Betty Mae June Cheshire Betty Mae Thomas, chances will be taken from us before MARCH OF TIME: 22c
Thomas, and Leslie was with Vlr.glnla "For Mary Ann would never cry Aletha Walker Juanita Pearce exam time. :
Cason, Sllvanus with our own At nothing I am sure; Juanell Pearce, Alta Lee Simmons, -THE SENIOR CLASS COMMUNITY: SING Double Feature
lovely June Cheshire we liked that And if you've wounded justice, John Mr. Pippen, Leslie Cheshire, Damon I V I PATIIE NEWS ROBERT PRESTON

couple. Now Corky switched again, You know the only cures Walker, Sllvanui Harden, Clyde I i SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS I -IN-
for this special occasion he escorted ] punishment, so come, stand up; Durrance. David Hamrick. Jessie I I !Coming Attractions -
Juanell, you know one of the twins, Transgressors must abide Ray Watford, Weldon D.aughn, With exams this week we'll have I Ii "PACIFIC BLACKOUT"Feature

while Tiny entertained Juanita, the The paid attendant on the scene Robert Nix Terrance Myer, Char. no home room period, ,but we'd like i 1 "BILLY THE KID" No. 2.BUD .
other twin (Note ask Tiny what That makes It justified" les Hargraves, Tommy Evans, and to tell you that we've been saving ABBOTT
his crooked answer was to Sylvia's -- I Jack Ccker pennies. Were ready to fill our "LOVE CRAZY""A LOU COSTELLOIN
crossed question) Oh yes Sylviawas So John steps forth, with sunburnt This week folk( It's Clyde Dur. Fund, and we turned them In Tues. -
with Damon, this couple seems face ranee, the local glamour boy Wellat i day night at the Red Cross party, WOMAN'S FACE""Blossoms
to be a pretty steady thing. The And' hair all in a trembleHis that he is a pretty nice boy. You and when we opened our bank we In The Dust" "BUCK PRIVATES"DO
Mr Robert Nix had as his fair lady laughing eyes a contrast to know he is raising beef cattle, I had one hundred and twenty.five -- --- -
Miss Alta Lee Simmons. The stage His drooping mouth so humble poultry, and has a home garden pennies. We've ready to fill our YOUR DUTY
included Charles Hargraves, Jack, "Ow, Mary you musttell me all- and orchard, so he can help Uncle bank again I NEXT FREE SHOW WILL BE BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND

Terrance, Tommie Evans Too, we I see that John will not- Sam In the "food for Defense Pro. See ya next week, MARCH 11TII. STAMPS
must add here that this grand time, And if he's been unkind or rude gram."" That's for self defense as I Irish Conrad, Reporter -:":":--:..:..:-:.....:":":":":":":..:-:":..: ;. { {JJ, ,. { ? ++ ++

was so good that the Sophomores I'll whip him on the spot." well as national defense so don't i.---- ___
called off their party they had forget to do our part too.
' planned for Saturday night Any. "'We.e we ,playing, p.prlsoner's I Clyde is now treasurer of the i
way It's hats off to the Future 'I base chapter and was president last year,I

Farmers for a successful party, in. An' h.he is s.such a t.tease. He is one of the most valued mem.
cudlng "backout" and all. 'An' w.when I w.wasn't l.looklng, ber$. You know what? Of course, you

I hear that. Juanita McLaughlin ma'am, don't, but. he just works himself to
just can't make up her mind which H.he kissed me.if you please." a sweat trying to help the chapterout. j
she likes best. Wilson Pearce of T. Upon the teacher's face the smiles Clyde la going places, and so
M Grover. 'Mr. drover is in the Have triumphed o'er the frown, will the United States if you will
Navy.) Juanita, the editor's hint A pleasant thought runs throughher just keep up the buying of defense
I is to be true to the boy in the ser. mind bonds and stamps.
vice and help defense.It The stick comes harmless down. I Well 111 tell you a little some. NOTICE !
seems: Rita's love for James I thing else. "You know we ha*,
will ever flow like water down a But outraged law muust be avenged. some cabbage planted, and they are

'tater row. I I Begone, ye smiles, begone I I the prettiest' things you ever did
We wonder how Nell Hough and Away ye little dreams of love I I see" That goes to show you what

Cleo Evans get their lessons in third Come on, ye frowns, com'. I the boys are learning: In your chap.
period study hall. 'I think 111 have to whip you John. ter of Future Farmers I
Several peple have asked us just Such conduct breaks the rule; i I This week we'ie getting our eggs
why Hortense Coins and Tunas No boy, except a naughty one I ready to send to the State Fair, and .
Vanbrunt got engaged Now we Would kiss a girl In school next week end we'll be up there to .
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don't know. Suppose you ask them. I take part In the State Future Far. I -

We do know, however that Nancy Again the teacher's rod Is raised.A mer Contests with the other Chap. iI I! .
Raulerson meant business when she Nemesis she stands; ers of the state, We hope to bring I '

sad! she was engaged, because she A premium were put on sin back some honois Will tell you ; TO PROPERTY OWNERS OF
was married last Saturday Con. If punished by such hands I more about this next week. So
gratulatlons to the lucky man. As when the bee explores the rose don't miss this column. OKEECHOBEE COUNTY : '
They tell us that Elphla Harden We see the petals tremble, That diamond ball team I told:: I

has two girl filend, D. S. here, and So trembled Mary's rosebud lips; you about seems to be making progress I will be at the following places for the purpose of
M. E.V, In Lake Worth. Lucky Her heart would not dissemble."I tea If you don't believe It I
.e'Jo.v.! just come out and watch us at ) and would
assessing taxes, both real and personal, appreciate
Also: we hear Johnnie Jenkins is wouldn't whip him very hard" practice some day. Maybe you can

about to lose his girl Doris They The stick stops in its fall, suggest some Improvements Well it if all property owners will make a special effort
\ say It's his own fault, but he does, "It wasn't right to do It, but I be glad to have jour suggestions.

n t know it. It didn't hurt at all," V to meet me
Ii there a reason hy Billy Good "What made you cry then, Mary ,SERVICE GUILD ,
win goes to choir practice every Ann?
Saturday night other than just The school noise makes a pause The Wesleyan Service Guild of .' FT. DRUM, Precinct No. 1 Monday, Feb. 2 at Postoffice. .

chelr practice? And out upon the listening air the Methodist Church met Tuesday
Mrs. MMullen picked 3 ninth From Mary comes "BECAUSE." January 20, at the home of Mrs. -$ BASSENGER, Precinct No. 2, Tues. Feb. 3 at Bass Store.

grade girls up the other morning I I V Loutham with Joint hostess MI s. t
end brought them to school. Result? PHYSIC EDUCATION Frances Collins POTTERS, Precinct No. 3, Wed Feb 4, at School House.

Das.er C.ements had to bl:ycle the !I -- A very impressive installation
UTOPIA Precinct No. 5 Tnurs. Feb. 5 at UpthegroveBeach.
of the all led Mrs. Eva D.xon ,
resi way u> school alone. !|I Dining ECA period Tuesday, the p'ogramI'U by
Was it Lilian Walker that we gills played volley ball and basket. \ The following officers were Install.ed .
heard Lojd Scott calIng "Sugar" 1 I bail, and the boys played football : Mrs. Rhea Hunt, president, '
.the c....: ca, casket ball and baseball I can't Mrs. Mildred McLaughlin vice EAGLE BAY, Precinct No. 6, Friday, Feb. 6.

Charles Parkerson moved back tohis tell you the outcome of any of the president; Miss Mary Ra-Lford,
No. 7 Sat. Feb. 7 City Hall.
Precinct at
old seat in general Math., when contest, but I do know most ol the treasure; Miss Constance Finger OKEECHOBEE, ,
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Cecilia Clemens joined the class students came in for 8th period secretary.A .
No. 4 From Jan. 1 1
Precinct to April
She sits in front of Charles now, class with color in their faces, and solo was sung by Mrs Blanche OKEECHOBEE, ,

ycu know. smiles that made -one feel that Hunt. The program was entitled at my office in the County Court House.
Is it the "lovebug' that caused there's a great deal in the world to "Life in Action."
Peggy to forget that she had not I live for. I believe that some of the A short business session was held

brought her library book to Gener. *lrls! have discovered: they had a and the following persons were ask.
ed ____ __ _. ___'h' __ _._ h __ -. _h.
al Math. class Monday. little energy that they knew nothing to serve as committee chairmans: h

Earl Phelps sure liked to have his about Too we hear that the fac. Publicity. Mrs. Blanche Hunt; Mis. __ __ __ __ u___ ___ ____ __ __ __ -.
picture taken. Of course, the girl''' ulty became so Interested In volley Vivian Ellis, chairman of Social and
who took the pictures coulden't ball the men have challenged the local activity and Mrs. Ray Boet.
Continued Galley 2 ladles for a .an'e Come on ladles -- -

have ,been concerned la that, or take them up on it. We're behind <"W"X*<*<*K'*<"X" X..X"X"5: :'
could she? Too bad she has left jou. '( Tax Assessor.
laMartin

town Catherine, Eail Woodham and Betty I GIRL V SCOUTS ? K. E. STELLO }:; Robert ,

Jane Whldden seem to have a few I 't' ,
::1: RefHured Real Estate Broker }
interests in common lately. I|! All! girls between the ages of 10i Y:
Lawrence Reeves and Doris Ches. I Ihire. i i I and 14 who are Interested in be. +::-++ :? Okeechobee County Florida
.certanly make a handsome coming a girl scout, meet at the ,
couple, don't they? I 1: Methodist Church Annex Tuesday REAL ESTATE ANDINSURANCE =

We wonder if Betty Mason and evening, T o'clock. If your motherI
Oarretta Harden ever found Ted I I I not come with you to this meet. ;

Raby, or "Teddy" as they called., ing, please bring a written permis. '.1',' "X"XOkeechobee. .I.
Jita :ast Tuesday night? I| lion from her that it Is all right t .1:,
Arlene Burke certainly lost that i for to be a member of the girl I 1 ::1: Fla. ; .. .
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you -
i i i : .o-: : :" :':P(':: : f'!!'" -;: : :::,: 'J. : : .H.--.v_ .
last week ,
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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1942.

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The Observe r r DELIBERATE SMASHUP 1 I I WOMAN'S LAST CLUB TUESDAY HAS PARTY NIGHT


(Cortlnued from Pare une) .

a.tuir.{ Their' owperfe slogan ..i; The party given at the Woman's

apparently Is, "Blgrer and Bet. Club Tuesday night by the Local

Contented Cod. Chapter of the Red Cross was high
ter Birds from > .
.; ; : successful said Mr. -
ly Kuperberg -- -
died Canines, I
BUT. The front seat of ,...,:.7V' ;, chairman of the Chapter vovEa NAIr a How 10 RIOUCI ealecigb tfG"ASSo

this padded Pulman for Pam. Not only did everyone! present: Gl.AaS C"A"Or
fEAfeo 1a ""'Ano WITH MYPDOFkUORK -
pered Puppies I Is quite some, 1"' say they had had a big time but -, / .me ACID TO ITeM Hunt A

thing else yet again. Four or ",,. .J<#.....', the "War Fund" Is $2300 closer to 'nlv-.V", "'* ACIDK tAVf Of THf UV
,\ Its goal. AHO THE *-!II''" FILM OFCAUIUM
crowded In
five big husky men / "
r I -j 1X00101.' cuss SO Tlte..o
i'I -' Under the direction of Mrs Also "
like sardines. Assorted hunting I 1>, (OU paraphernalia hanging on the brook Mrs. Raulerson and Mrs. .I; twMCOw QASS TO i Pet cenr iujnwoe'

front fenders and across the I Roe, who had charge of this affair Tat. ulwt 10 NR CC".

bumper. The old familiar jug everything went smoothly. Mrs !
Merle Lowe and !the school band ,
hanging on a cord from the top A .e

of the cab. Looks for all the I furnished the music for the eveningand

world like an a"rlal bomb look. Mrs. Hunt lead the singing and v U

log for a convenient spot to supervised the games that were { v

land. (.And Just as potent I H ', '.,. played, and she Is to be compllmen.
Ima'lne). Guns sticking out on ... ':': I I ted on the way she handled her I

of fully ..:.: part. rMa \ MOVIES ASS PINE U56D TO ASSIST THt OVCRNMNr$
reminds a ,
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all sides, you .. r
: .,-'" ...1 PtftMSl TRMNIH4 PKOCKAM. TlFTY
REEL NAVE SUM
equipped tank starting out on t ___ V ,! % k., / 4
/ 0 petpAelo eY tae u 5.0rnci 0' EBOCATIOM covntmaMCHINt

reconnaissance. Here Is a typical finish for the State Fair on Wednesday, Febru. Mr. Q. L Bryant of Avon Park : (\ '- Id N '+, 'na.\,.' 9r SHOP PRACTICE FO* U5t W SCHOOlt AND
A
Three same big boys will put Florida died Sunday, January 23. iv vACloent.
death defying dive bomber crash I ary 4. The car is hurtled 100 feet 'r
up a colossal clamor around the Age 92. He was the father of Mrs I ,aIIOw10
house If things are not Just so a featured stunt of the Jlmmle I through the air from an elevated I Mary Hop&on, who spent a number (
rampway and crashed Into
and so all the time Many a Lynch Death Dodgers auto thrill II anothercar of years In Okeechobee. I Li I
while the driver remains at the VOID SAWS IN l1SNaf "
gold fish bowl h tipped upturn show to be presented at the Florida wheel. I tI v STEEL WITS NEAT, eAl fD( e4 "P /

ed broken or Just plain smashed. ---.. M)'IKK OK ,U'l'I.ICVTIONrim ) I Al RS NpYI lLrl:
TA\ UKM tSN
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because a slight detour lire. oc A NOT (1Ip4N5,5, M Ya
r I IIOW of VIA (
cLAMSOVIME Sf IN p .
to reach the old sofa 1'.1 4
quired stAst"O1 ,r s,
Notice la ,hereby given that It. iwifoiu* soetc Gone lI
with their pipe and paper af. l.lldiUc holder of 'lux Lvrtllkute: No, Trtl Pl.
ter a Bumptious evening meal Local I I' IN?, Im'li'd the 3rd (cloy' of rkleuibvr| 'I CASTIMi TO IITeSTCB. SN4 INS NEa ( G I t
HappeningsEDITORIAL A. D.I I ill's, bm filed sit,11I.. In fly office r
lf this Is the night they stay
< Inn ovule iipplUittlou for 11 Tin Ueiilto 1AN '
In). But on a hunting trip their be limited thereon. Said Cprtlfluitvrmbrncei co.oaeoMAsN !
first thought Is careful conoid the following dfurrlhd prop' !' SNOWS 16 11'f
TELEPHONE NUMBER 80 ,'rt." In the Ciinnty of w RT esVAlcat s !4T!
eratlon for the comfort of their Stnte of Kliirliln, tii-wlt.' : Ukuechubee.I'I I "
dogs' Of course they are HE I Tluit part of Lot 32 ot E<\uBur\ I orcun w RIDTHE l'"o... *.

men and can take the hard, Snrvev as per pint' thpreof recorded. III -- .
I- I'lnt Ilniik" I nt Page 31 of the public -- --
ships of the trails and really Roy Raulerson Clerk of the Clr. I I rpcoriln of Okeeehobe. ('ollnl). Florida, i
enjoy It. cult Court, returned Tuesday after_ II of the mind, and where that Ina IhlnE ontKl.le' the I'liin ..f Ilm-lniniilliin I
I healthy and normal state I Sub Drainage DI.trl..l.I
goes of EIInIn Tiny
The vicissitudes of life are noon from Jacksonville where he .. 3.1 E POCKETBOOK
hold It to be a prophecy that real I II.... 17 I1* Twp W 1'1 Rec
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only one of the pleasures of llv.ing. attended the meeting of the State Containing 4 acre mnre or leas,

They are of the hardier Democratic Executive Committee izatlon can follow. I' The nimciiiimcnt of paid property nniler .
| -Horace Mann I unlil 1 Certlflcat ,lulled, was In the of KNOWLEDCE
ttock. Never complain etc., etc. In the absence of T. W Conely Jr I II nnm of M. T.. ltflulern< TPPs

Does this all figure up correctly? I who was In New Orleans, Mr. Raul. I T'nlcM wild. Ccrtlflcnte uliall he ro.
I All good that ever was written ,innind nor. rrllne to Inw, pronerty ilirlln .
Ask good hunter, or erson represented Okeechobee
any U tight, or wrought comes from God ''' >i1 tiio.on| Html! he 001.) to the ..
housfvlfe. No skip it. You and acted as Secretary coun.1 ( iloor
ty lilhi'Ht 'litilp1' nt the PoiirthoniK [
know the answer already.I I committee. anl human faith In the right. 1 nn ft -Mary Baker EddyA 10411. which I In the 2nd, ilnr of I
think Iff' all a foolish waste Mrs. J. T Hancock spent. Ron i atn.rh 1440ntnd I AIR LANES THAM MORI hI. /} t

of energy don't you? Well will I I day and Tuesday of the: week In I man will\ not be the better be. 1"". TO.ti h. rof h".o'. 6BBWANV, ACCORDING' /
close this time. Have Into TO OfTICIAL
for
a
very Jacksonville In attendance at the cause he had a .. rmAtares 'Jf4qe
wellborn father .n" n H" rnEr1em. 4
Important 'chore to attend to I I I meeting of the State Democratic If he himself Is .'. ........,.. ,.. ..., .'
nought, But true
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today. Just heard of a fellow Committee. ""ftM"n"M I"o"n'" "' ,.1. ?
Executive hlgh.blrth Is In the mind It was .n....... ....... n r'tr.n .
who Is wrecking an old Jallople J. L. Barber visitor In Fort .
I was a | never In the flesh. n cd II la
-King Alfred.
over In the next county, and I : Pierce Tuesday morning attending i V

need, oh, never mJnd.WI'II. I
to business. What you believe must Influence .. ,._ _..a.n.vnw ran
vn.r.
be a seeing you, Mr. and Mrs H J. Dame of West I what ... ... ...........
I you are. What you are de.
Oble.V .
Palm Beach were visitors spending I 'v "" ''''''
termlnes what you. do and what .YOU I ::0.-'::"
while In Okeechobee Saturday, A C'OMSIWATOl! 1
I a do determines your value here and ,'"tl.n !. Ln.nhv moon that "oo.lnl1 HAIR PRVtR! aANDRdpiO
Representative W J Hendry was Miss Ruth Blume was a visitor In hereafter,-Jane Tudor. A. Fn'f",1 h"l'i.' nt '"T rv-H'li-nto" y I Doily
a business visitor In Fort Pierce Fort Pierce this week. :Non 11fl7 to 1110 Inc? T.1111 dud 1H2
V to 114 Inc, leaned the 3rd. day of ,, / IA'TENIuoiaD upwrw'
yesterday morning. Mrs. Luther Mobley and little September A. D.. 1H2! ; mid Taj Certificate t 1 ti
daughter Linda Gale, left Wedues. NOTICE TO CKEIJITORS Noi. 137(1( to 13.1 Inc., end I 'I VarAOtJ1U ItAUrysd0P5 22'2.1 Mee

day for Monks Corner S. C, after 1:1": ,', Isiited the nth day vf August A. A ARC ,
1 ll llllllillllllllllllliWWllllm III I 111II1II1II11II11I1II1II1II1I1II1I1I1II11II1I1II11II11 several STATE OK .'1.01111.'Ol'XTy .\ I. 1IUU: Tin Certlflcatei Nun" M3 amiMA AtTrvE
weeks here with
spending ( OK OKEECHOBEE Imiiicil the Dud day of Juu., A. l>, z 5eltu CS 4r 1 IYeAas
relatives and friends You 1UJO; 'lux Lertltkatea 1\01. UU4 stud
Mr. and Mrs. Chits L. Raulersonand ified and and each required of ran to are present hereby not any .>,''., iB.Ufa lue via an)' ui AU U.I A.i' r ,
i-lnluii and' demands ., liJiil lux Ivuiucatt'tf 4:.d:
little which you or ei I. MISS 5liOlIvey
daughter Lynn were vis.
.. :1 .LET US PRINT ther ol you. may bar atfaiu/it the uuu J, UHUCU tau ale tJu_ ui June ARe
; ,. flora In Sanford over the week nd. eMhite or John Lofton deceiiHed. lute A. u. 1UJ; uuu lux L''ertlllcutew TNW/ae
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Page were of mild. County to the ('utility Jalfoof uuou, uniR'cl tint >tli day at 'AU U.t, A. 2 y
YOUR NEXT ORDER Okceiliobee County, .'''"'I.lu. at his, UREOFORRDROerae
visitors In Fort Pierce Monday. office In the Court Home at Okeeclio- Li. IUJa. mil tiled niiuiu lit uy ulllce.Una .: ''
uiuilu upptkutluu bur u 4ux Deed
L; lien Klorlilu.
within elgbt ealplI.lurlllUlllhl
F. M Elledge and daughter Mrs. Supptlae
OF from the diite o( t Hit* first pub- w ue ii-ijuiu Illorwu.Cllhl LVltltliiuca -
J. B Atkinson, of Jacksonville were 1t.1I"11011 of thin notice. Each clitliu 'I eiiiuiiiLi'ii tuu tollottlii decrlueilptupeil 1Mtf'/4ION1\I'\
visitors that spent Wednesday night demand outlet be In ruing, and muststate ) in Lila County of okcei'hobvu, fp ICI, TME I
I COMMERCIALPRINTING the pliice of residence,.. nnd punt. uiiv ui' noliiiu, to nil /NOUSyt
and Thursday here with Mr. and office iHlilrenn of the eJlI 111I11",. n"d11I11.1 II t 1
Ali UIULKM .1, JtJ, :s, Da, J7, a: 29 1 I N ,
Mrs. H. L. Elledge and family be morn to by lie cliihniint. bin I .Ui, ui, u, jj, ,,u, 4i> u>l blui-u :: "x"I" J"'I. l e i MA* BreN
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nirent or uttorncy, or the mine nllli. VUOSKINl*
V become void uccurdliiK to luw I i.ui 7, U stud U; An Burn .ii I,, I I \ris 4y 24lOURS/
IDEALSOur Thin 17tb day of .liiiiuury. M4J. eAlvpl Lot j. All, LluiK J, I'M i'i" I I IN"t ADAI
MOUHIS I I.OKTON Lots 1 uud. Hi: All itiuik A uC.I'I'' I J\\TMyt It
Administrator. of the Eittute of l.on 1, li. uuu ;u; All liioik U7 exit'pl A < I ween,
Ideals are our better selves. John Lofton, deceived, I' -
Lot b, .ill Liock ;I. except lots 15Ulld ; 10
INCReMfwrL
Jim 30. Feb 0.13.80:I I
-A. Bronson Alcott LO, null All Uloi'K itl eXCL't'l' Lot :
1111111I1111I111111I11I11I11111I1111I11I11I11I11I1111I1111! 11I111111111I11111111I11I111111I111If V 14. WIIIoI TeA f'IRfT'N1'ROPIJ.1t' :' 1'R0000C'1\ON\
1 NOTICE TO APPEARIN i-t. MMi' i'l 1'iirk ucliitf it sub-dlvlslon NTO BN6L>NC> IT WAR BefWef N I q r '
Ideality Is only the avant.courler LAWC flWHTIIltS AKIC KEPT 0N TAP Irt drdausET ea9laad
01 the .tl' of e.eetluu"" 1'j 'i'np JH
A KW Lots eecit. 1 j tdm _
ltge, 33E.; : fl f' ........
THE rilUTIT rol'KT OK TME
MXTII: Stilt uavessuteut of said property uitUer '
jrim'IAL
CIKCLIT IN AND I
Baltimore Receives Exact FOB OhEEC-HOBEE 4'ertlfUuteii issued ails iu the .
DuplicateOf COI'NTV FLOK- I _._
1iI.IS (CHAMKKY.'3. nuiitet" u! Okcecbolice I.iinil lii\.tment
,11'NK: IUL.\1M(>:M>. I'oiiiplnlnaiit vs. ; Ihknuun ; Mn ,'. W. Stuckey ;
Original "Star Spangled Banner"r WILLIAM C. PKfMMO.ND. Defendant I Il'O'1: W, Wllcox AI Conn ; Dew and I
'j'u'ILLI..\ I C. DKL'.MMOND, \\ Huturu .'. ,'0.: F, E Lun-
Acroii Camp No. 1, Vl>'quea, Puerto II II I reuse; .1. 11. Prince; tvoti IlnrrU ;

Itlco.ou llculrlie W. Puffer: M 1. 11.l Illuklii and I
.r'I are hereby ordered to appear to
the Bill of Complaint for divorce filed .Mr*, 1.. C. \\eeki. FOP DEFENSE
against you by June Drummond lathe l'aleis mid Cvfliricatei vhall be
above styled came on or before deemed according to low property, I .aaL '0'J
the Dud day of March A. D. 1U42, other- icrlbed tbcreln shill be void' to 're'j '
wine the allegations of the Bill of Com hltfheat, bidder nt tuu Courtlioime ; ,
1.lullI'111 be taken .. confessed aKulimt on the flrxt Monduy, In '|11" molitb of \I ." ..

I 'Iblt you.order shall be published ao March 1U4., which la the Dud day of

cordlnr to luw In the Okrecbobee News. March, 1U4.,
hated this 3Uth day of January, A. i Dated tbU 3Utb .iliiv, of Juiuinry. 1D42
D. 11)42. ROY H. KAU1.KUSON: ,
ROY K. RAfLERSOX, Clerk Circuit court vtOke
Clerk of Circuit Court ..cbol>e. County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal) (Circuit Court I Seal> 11
Jail 30. Feb t).1J.JU-ST, I Jan 'M. Fell n-13-l'O-n. ,
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TAMPA et.3 14 iIr SAVINGS


I //1rBONDS

'a'4. 'y { 11 BIG DAYS tuu NIGHTS ,.,.**$$
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A huge Dag wblcb If the Brat exact ner' the unfurling of the duplicateand i V ) AND 3TAF3

duplicate of the original "Star singing of the anthem by an I a

Spangled Banner"-was presented audience of thousands Colonel Ed

to the city of Baltimore recently win Butcher, cblef of staff of the .

with impressive ceremonies and it Third Corps Area, represented the .

It now preserved In the War I'nllert( State Army At the conclusion .

Memorial Building there. of the program, the flag was

The original flag was U'III/llbo,,, carried through the crowd to the I II

fort McHenrj during the attack on WHI Memorial by IS young women, I
+ rwprsearting| i the Daughters of theDefenders I
the city to September tm. and, it s1r
They were dressed IB
Inspired Francis Scott Key to wine 1r costumes of 18M) 7 07r r ,f a1,. ; !r r .
Its Immortal poem. I / 1 -- I
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t I la the presence of represents Mrs Mary Young Plckrrsgll) on r I

f Ures of historical and patriotic notietles the malting floor of s Baltimore i Lam _I II ul :

141 and of the United Sixtes brewery and, became, ot Incorrect A

treasury, war and navy departments tradition rmsnliim, its sue, no exact I THE NEW UNITED STATES DEFENSE SAVINGS .

and thousands of otbm per duplicate ol II has been made

SODS the duplicate was presented until thin year The I oHatnal: epedfl. BONDS AND STAMPS GIVE ALL OF US A

to the Hon Howard W Jackson cations found In hmioncal archives I

Mayor of Baltimore, In ceremonies showed that the Has was 80 feet by I WAY TO TAKE A DIRECT PART IN BUILDINGTHE

it the War Memorial Plaza. 42 feet I Inches and consisted of

The presentation was mad by (l& stripe and 15 stars The tattered DEFENSES OF OUR COUNTRY.

George B Slppel of Cincinnati remnants of the original flag I

president of the Master Brewers are In the National Museum IP I I 4 With glory undimmed with new THIS IS THE AMERICAN WAY TO PROVIDETHE

Association of America on the oo Washington. It was riddled by she 'palar. mil new tihiblti showing bow

c.e-lIon of Its 38tb Annual Conven. and shell during the battle, am' I a v America will march oo to VICTORVth. : BILLIONS NEEDED SO URGENTLY
f''4. The ceremonies Included an was preserved In the family of FLORIDA FOR
STATE FAIR offer
*;.ireat by Artbur P. Sewell, cura Major Armmtrad. the Port' ram I i a NATIONAL DEFENSE.FOCR
lot of the "Flag House" on the mandlng Officer until it was mad greater service that ever it; "home tolki .

history of the "SMr Spangled Ban N imi'o'inl' : ii-hc I and ,hit or.. Plan to see It. -, IWI '

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