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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: February 20, 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 35 Okeechobee Florida Friday February 20 1942
Price 5 Cents

Primaries FIRST AID COURSE Orville Ann Llngenfelter Work On Local '
Will BeHeld : I TO START HERE The Observer Celebrates Birthday With Party I Airport Was

By Old Time I Started Last And Will
I The local Red Cross chapter Is (By Bill Page) Orville Ann LIngenfelter celebrat. i Saturday
staring a class next week of First. ed her 12th birthday anniversary

And Not New Time I I are Aid Interested institution should and all see those Mr Kup-who CONTRACT BRIDGE last Friday night with a party at I Be Completed In 90 Days

erberg or Mr. J. O Wolff chairman What a weight, what a responsibility the Woman's club building .
I of the First-Aid committee for enrollment rests upon the Oames and dancing were enjoyed :,
Florlda's democratic primaries in I or Information. Do this shoulders of a bridge player by about 30 of the smaller boys and' TWO LOCAL GIRLS' ARE Work on the Okeechobee airportwas
May will be conducted on eastern this week before registration closes Signing the Declaration of Independence girls, after which refreshments were HONOR ROLL STUDENTS started last Saturday morning
standard time because the legisla. tor this class. was a mere bagatelle served. by John Mackler and company of
ture designated 7 a. m. "standard "V In comparison to makinga v__ Tallahassee, Feb 17-Two young Daytona Beach, who were the sue.
time" for opening polls and sun. bid In bridge Especially with I women from Okeechobee cessful bidders, and the contract
down for closing them. I Red Cross Chapter rubbers even Dick Pierce Buried Included on the approbationlist recentlywere calls for the completion of the project
Secretary Of state R. A, dray. r1 I -games one I or honor roll at Florida State within 90 days from last Sat.
who supervises arrangements for and College for Women. urday.
one
elections said he would advise : Is Near Its Quota your oppon. In Stuart Tuesday ; Students with a "B" average or Most of the equipment has already -
county officials to open polls at 7 ttfa enU haying above and no grade below 'C' at arrived and during this week
am. eastern standard time In the ;++' 60 on game I II I the conclusion of a semester are the work will begin in full force,
area east of the Apalachlcola rtv. The local Red Cros chapter in a I It.It'ment w and an easy Richard Reid Pierce longtime j listed on the honor roll. as they already have a large
er, and at 7 Issued by Mr Kuperberg resident of Okeechobee died at the I j
central
a m. standard y two-club bid, The Okeechobee girls are :Minna force of men at work there constructing
time west of the river. That will chairman now has $623 of the $750 I Intention al. hospital at Fert Lauderdale last I Lee McCarthy and Mary Lee Wth. buildings digging ditches
be 8 a.m. war time I i quota. He says that the contributions Lgi ready declare Saturday after a long Illness caus.. I and getting the work under way.
"War time was not In effect when are still coming in, although ed. the bid ed by heart trouble.. j In the plans for this airport they
the legislature passed the law pro. I t slow: and those who have not sent _______ __ still Pn, "Dick" Pierce as he was Tamil. ersProfessor have taken into consideration the
Vlding for polls to open at 7 a.m. II or brought theirs In-please do so PAGE iarly known here moved to Okee. Lebo Is necessity for the field, to be enlarged
the last rubber of
and this Is
standard time and obviously the I at once so that Okeechobee county chobee n 1924 and made this his : at some later date, and
leglslatuie Intended can show their quota complete its the evening home for He later
eastern and I I many years. everything Is
being carried out
Ina
central standard time" Oray said. soon as possible as other countiesIn 'our partner 'has signifiedthat was employed as Project Engineerby j Visiting Brother that In
way case the occasion
Opening the polls at 7 am wartime i the state have done. If they Ret their bid they the State Road department and should arise that they would needIt
would add an hour to the Let's not lag behind but show will make It and you are the worked in various places along the
time the legislature provided for ,I: that we have the spirit to fulfill one "entirely to blame." One I Florida East Coast( and while he 'i j 'Professor' Harry Lebo superin. matter enlarged to add It to would the present be an field.easy
polls to be open. cur obligations! look Into those snapping black was stationed at Stuart two years I tendent of building and grounds at
Delow are listed the larger eves makes you understand he Wabash college these 41 has The present contract calls for( the
The time of sundown will be de. I con. ago developed a heart ailment years
termined by the US weather bU. 'rlbutions received to date everything and you would like ,hat eventually caused his death. retired now that he Is 81 years old. expenditure of $241000 when it is
reau at Washington for guide I Okeechobee Co. Comm. .. .. $50.00 to add a little Persian blue to He was 39 years old. A familiar figure to ten academic completed.
points In the state and Oray will i Okeechobee Welfare Board 5000 those beautiful black orbs, and While a resident of Okeechobeehe generations of students he received Lieutenant James E. Garland Is
calculate closing times for polls in : L. Scharfschweidt .. 2580 go home married Miss Dorothy DeBerry, from them the highly Informal tl. the resident engineer in charge of
the primaries on May 5 and May I Freedman's 2500 lou finally throw free care who survives him tie of "piofessor" early In hU ca. the construction for the United .
T. W. Conely 25.00 to the four winds and take a Funeral services were conducted reer But no bona( fide professorof States government while O A Wallace -
26.Prior to the first world war all I Okeechobee School Faculty 2500 plunge into the bottomless pit. Monday afternoon In Johns Mol'. the faculty had been granted Is Inspector.
of Florida was on central standard : Parent-Teachers' Ass'n 2300 lou look seriously at your cards tuary chapel at Stuart with the more respect than the diminutive V
time S R. Ra if snider .. .. .. 1900 again, (although you know you Rev. David: A. Shaefer Episcopal superlntendnt. He recognized no RODEO WILL ADM'T:
V Roy Rauleison ... 1300 have only a 2-plus count), rector and the Rev. L. E. Thomas campus superior In the more ad. ALL CHILDREN FREE
PAL. Club .. 1300 cough, drop cigarette ashes In pastor of the First Baptist church, vanced reaches of steam fitting,
WILL CELEBRATE FOUNDING I Fla Power and Light Co. 1300 your lap, sit up straight and officiating. The body was laid to correcting the heating in frosty Kissimmee, Feb 17-(FNS)-Free
OF ROLLINS COLLEGE Okeechobee Civic Club. 1000 courageously say, 'three spades', rest In Fern Hill cemetery. classrooms and Improving spare admission for children on Chil
Eastern Star : 1000 West pusses and your partnerIn Several persons from Okeechob parts for any faltering college dren's day, Saturday, February 21,
Winter Park Feb 17 The 57th anniversary of the found. Markham Bros. ...... .. ... 10.00 her pasteboards and says, day. ThQ professor came to Montgomery of the Third Annual In.
Ing of Rollins college will be c le. M C. Pitts ..... .. 1000 "Well, I bid four spades lou V county from Brush Creekoncenear ternational Rodeo at Klsslmmee.
brated with a full Founders week W J. Hendry 1000 see that will make us game and NEW MARKET AT PAHOKEE Attica but now a ghost town The show opened Thursday and will
program, beginning Wednesday. J. O Wolff ... .. .. .. 1000 the last rubber." TO BE OPENED SOON -with his parents. His father, too, I close Sunday afternoon.
February 18. Fine Arts Club .. .. .. -. 1000 lou don't see, but you know was an engineer. As a young man-- Producer Lee Salisbury revealed
The annual presentation of the Leland Pearce .. .. .. 500 darn well what Is coming. Your Pahokee Feb. 19 (FNSThenew he learned- the milling ,business at that all children under 12, accompanied -
Animated Magazine will go to press I Masonic Lodge .... 5.00 opponent In the east Is very r State Farmers' market here Yountsvllle, ,but quit when he had by their parents would be
at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon Mrs. Zelmanovltz ... 5.00J. obliging and admits he will have Kill be dedicated by Commissionerof worked up to acting superintendent admitted to the rodeo for the Sat.
This will be the fifteenth edition I it!. Roe .........:...........tI" .. ....... .. 5.00 to double that one In I'U-de- Agriculture Nathan Mayo Feb- because he regarded the Yount urday afternoon performance with .
and. Is expected to draw Its usual H. H. Raulerson ;................,...... J.003jlllaEllis fense. You shrug' your shoulders ruary 27. mill as "a- sinking ship" the victimof out charge. "'We wish every child S
audience oC'several'.thousand' per- j' ,,.._......r-r.-. :..... ,600L (which means ,anything In An elaborate program Is being bad management a, His guess in Florida 'could see this ahow:" he 1.\.1'1
sons. President Hamilton Holt( will L. Conrad .....,'J....................... S.00 any language) and knowing you preparedly Mayor Johri'A. Dulany,'! plroved correct, for'the' mill now M said, "because a rodeo is good, clean p w
again act as editor and Dr. Edwin Ernest Hilliard .... .... ... -. .. 5.00Z. cannot switch suits, you pass. who Is also the manager of the only a ramshackle attraction to pas. entertainment of the type ,that
O Grover will be the publisher as I K. Williams ............. .... 500 West passes and It Is now up market and a committee composedof sersby young Americans love." t
he has In each of the previous edi L. Greenberger ...'.. ... 5.00 to you true Pal and partner In members of the advisory committee October 8, 1900, he became sup. The Friday evening performancewill
tions. Hairy Hutto( .............. .... .. .. SOO the North. Only one thing she A community barbecue will ervlsor of Wabash's buildings and be a double-feature, with the
Notables appearing on this y ear's B. E Ingraham .. .... 500 can possibly be expected to do. be a feature attraction. grounds, and the whole plant was WSM Grand Ole Opry presenting
program Include Sigrid Undset, V. J. Domer '". ..... ... .. 5.00 She does it. She redoubles Governor Spessard L. Holland, his baby from that time on. He a full hour program prior to the
noted Nobel prize winner and author Madeline Padgett .................. ... 5.00 I And you are out on the pro. State Superintendent of Public Instruction had a minute personal knowledgeof regular arena show.
of "Return to the Future"; Alma Sherman .. .... 500 verblal limb. So what? Colin English State Treas every square inch of the SO.acre Besides being Children's day,
John p. Marquand author of Seward Swain .... ............ ...... 500 lour partner proudly lays arer Ed Larson Secretary of State campus and all Its structures The Saturday will be Victory day with"Defense"
'Wlckford Point";; Thomas Arbu- R. Boromel .. ... .. .... 5.00 down both her trump (duce and Robert A. Oray and State Comp few buildings on which he didnt as the general theme.
thnot, director of the Carnegie Frank Williamson ..... .. ......... 800 four) and confidently expectsyou troller J. M. Lee have also been supervise construction he had re. At the evening performance Con
Hero fund; Arthur Ouiterman pop- Clifton Ellis ....... .......... .. 5.00 to slay the Philistines. Do Invited. paired time and again.He gressman Joe Hendricks will pre
ular poet; George A. Zabilskie Bill Page ..... .... .. 5.00 you? The answer Is No. The William L. Wilson director of the superintended construction of sent the rodeo with flags from eachof
president of the New York Histor. Methodist Mission . .. II 00 Philistines have all the ammunition state marketing system to which the gymnasium the new power the united nations.
cal society and many other out Charles Raulerson 5.00 and know just how to the Pahokee market Is the latest plant, the chapel and, the Goodrich Sunday's afternoon performance
standing authors and leaders, in. Gloria DAgostlna' 11.00NEEDLEWORKERS' handle It'ou ask your part addition and L. M. Rhodes state Science hall. He designed and built will be the climax of the entire rodeo
eluding Charlie Blllie representative V ner If she Is nervous. She says marketing commissioner, will at. the power plant himself and the season, with championship con.
of the seminole Indiana CLl'B "most certainly not. Then yon tend the dedication ceremony. heating system to go( with It test events scheduled
An organ recital, by Walter Baker MEETS WITH MRS. MOORE wonder who Is shaking the table Since the market was built undera The day after Mr. Lebo celebrated V
well-known organist from Philadelphia until you happen to think of combined, state and federal set his 80th birthday a heavy GUTHRIE EXPLAINS POSITION
will feature the program The Needleworkers' club workedfor your own knees. They are the up Roy Schroder regional director lain fell. At chapel time students ABOUT KNITTING SWEATERS
Wednesday evening. the Red Cross at their regular stepchildren who are rockingthe of the WpA Wilbur Harkness going to religious services noted -
Holiday," a play by Philip Bar. meeting Wednesday afternoon at boat. Anyway, you play the state director and W H. HuLsee, Professor Lebo trotting along the In response to numerous Uiqulr
ry, will be presented by the Rollins the home of Mrs William Moore, hand, take a set of 8 or 6 and Miami district manager of the edge of Center Hall's roof, within lea R. R. Outhrie, chief of the
student players on Thursday Fri. after which the hostess served avery THEN comes the post-mortem. WPA have been extended Invitations six Inches of a 50 foot drop. The Textiles Clothing and Leather
day and Saturday evenings. tasty salad course. Ui)| at least the near-post to attend the dedication professor was simply inspecting his Goods branch, explained today the
Honorary ( degrees will be conferred It Is the intention of the club mortem The big blow of the V eaves to see that the gutters were official position of the War Pro
Monday. to spend the time at all of their year You don't know whetherto WALS Circle No.3 of the First draining properly; nothing out of duction board on the question of
v regular meetings on Red Cross take It on the chin, or find Baptist church, met at the home the ordinary women knitting sweaters for sol
JOHN P. WIIIDDEN DIED work. a little hole and crawl Into It. of Mrs. W. Raulerson Tuesday af. If he wasn't on the campus the diers and sailors.
AT NEW SMYRNA: SUNDtYl Those attending the Wednesday The smaller the hole, the bet ternoon at 3 30. The rooms were chances were you could find, him "The War Production board
BURIED AT INVERNESS meeting were: Mrs D W. Cassell, ter. You don't feel so large and decorated with radiant roses and a at a Junk yard salvaging: a part said Mr, Outhrle, "does want women -
Mrs. W B Jennings Mrs J R Min. manly Just now, anyway. Your miniature cherry tree centered the which he might Just possibly aal. to knit sweaters where abso.
John p. Whldden father of Mrs.I. nehan, Mrs. K E, Stello, Mrs. A. pal and buddy of Just a few drawing room table. vage for the college at some future lutely needed by the armed forces
N. McMullen of this city died T. Arrhenius Mrs. Z. K. Williams minutes ago Is on a rampage.It Circle Chairman Mrs. Sam Davis date. Tir48 and again """en a and where the commanding officers
at his home In New Smyrna Sunday \ Mrs. F. W Zander. Mrs. R. O Sa- was all your fault and has gave a very inspiring; and Impres. major problem of repair or replace ask for the supplies
from a heart attack. Mr. Whld late Mrs. W A. Lawson and the spoiled her evening completely I. slve devotional, using the 13th ment rose Mr. Lebo stepped tor. "It Is our opinion that the av.
den was born In Taylor county, hostess. You willfully, wantonly, and I chapter of First Corinthians. A ward with the proper mechanism I erage soldier and sailor is adequately .
Florida 85 years ago and later The next meeting will be held might say maliciously misrepresented short business session followed. which he had picked up in the dim I'' clothed ,by the government and
moved to Inverness, where he lived with Mrs. Stello. your hand. Why, oh why, During the social hour the mem. past for maybe 23 cents. doesn't need additional clothing.
30 years before moving to New V does SHE always have to play Jars were presented with souvenir Now that he has retired, he In. However there are exceptions. Our
Smyrna PAL. CLUB MEETS with the novice? Why alwaysbe hatches Inscribed with Bible verses. tends to maintain his Crawfords.vllle boys In Iceland are such an excep
Funeral services were conductedfor The PAL. club met at the the goat? Spoil her reputation The hostess served delicious re.fresliments home, but he will visit rela. tion. They can make good use of
him at Inverness Tuesday afternoon home of Ada Jane Cason last Sat as a bridge player etc. consisting of red cher. Lives In Florida for a time. He additional clothing The same may
and burial was In the Inverness urday night for its regular meet- This Gal won't speak to you ry pie, snow cake and coffee to( the probably will bring back an arm. be true of soldiers sent Into the
cemetery. Ing.Those for months. "Believe you me, following people: Mrs. Irvin Reg. load of speclman plants for the field on long campaigns.
V present were: Susan Hancock buddy, I know. I'm the novice." later Mrs, Leslie Raulerson Mrs botany department, as he always "On the whole, we don't want a
DEFENSE STAMPS: Carol Hancock Betty June Then there Is the other side. David O. Alderman, Mrs. J. J. Orl. has at the close of his past trips. broad wave of knitting that will
SALES INCREASING Hough Jo Ann Berka, Ada Jane Always a silver lining. Espec. ner and son, Jimmy; Mrs. W. R Succeeding him as auperinten. I consume millions of pounds of wool
Cason Polly Day Orcenberger, Er tally' if you are playing a half- Cha>hlre, Mrs C R. Bibb, Mrs. Q. dent of buildings and grounds will that Is needed for more essential
Additional stores In Okeechobee nestlne Hunt and Patsy Fllppen. cent a point (that Is a plenty, L Sellers, Mrs Sam Davis Mrs. be Otto Fitzpatrick, Crawfords I purposes.
which have signed up for Payroll The Invited guests were: McKln- too), You feel lucky to begin Hubert Harden Mrs. Jack Davis, vllle city engineer from 1918 to f "This Is the system we have set
allotment for_ both Defense bonds I ster Roe Charles Cornelius, Dorothy with. Your hunch Is 100 percent Mrs Charles D. Harden Mrs p 1922. He worked with, the state up with the Red Cross When a
and Defense stampsInterCounty I Sellers, Ellis Draughn Mat. correct. You and your Davis and: Mrs W Raulerson. highway department 11 years and commanding officer desires such
Telephone and Tel thew King. Billy Phillips RallenRauleison partner hold all the cards You live years with'W. Q. O'Neall com. additional clothing as sweaters, he
egraph company, 100 per cent. Bill Williams, Mike Barber can't go wrong. What cards you pany, manufacturers of culverts. He will apply to the Red Cross and the
Hunt Bros il'OCers-87 per cent. Claude Myers and Jerry Hunt lack are always In your part. hesitate a trifle longer, and has been a construction superln. Red cross will then arrange for the
The Fair .tore-100 per cent. Jo( Ann Berka Reporter. ner's hand. Always a long suit take another "slug," when you tendent since. During World WarI sweaters to be knitted.
I am also pleased to report that V or a "sneak'' to help you out hear such cracks as, "'bat a he served with the 36th Field Ar. ,"In this way every sweater knitted .
the P.T.A. Is doing a fine Job at Joe Carr who( has been employed You feel like admitting that man! What keen conception of tillery a heavy gun outfit. will serve a good purpose and
the schools. The ladles have hada in the News office for the past Ely Culbertson l. ALSO a pret the art of bidding. With him there will be no waste of material, '
representative visiting the elementary several weeks, left Monday night ty good bridge player, but-a the cards are apparently trans, The above article was taken to say nothing of the labor of some
school once a week and sell for Tuskegee, Ala., where he has few rubbers with you would certainly parent. Sees all, knows all," from the Journal-Review which is patriotic woman We welcome the
Defense stamps to the pupils Last accepted a posItion Mrs. Carr and Improve Mr. Culbertson's etc. Boy, that's when you swell published In Crawfordsville, ,Ind. cooperation of women In knitting
week the kiddies bought close to two little daughters left Tuesdayfor game. Even your opponents with prIde Isn't It so? Believe "Professor Lebo" Is in Okeechobee for the armed forces the things
$25 worth of stamps. Miami with Mr, Carr's mother admit that you play a strong you me, buddy, I know nothing visiting his brother, Elmore, and they need, after the commanding v
, A booth Is being arranged for and and they expect to spend several and deUrmnled game Alter of such an evening. I'm still will spend three months here before officers have Informed the Red
stamp sales will continue Wednesday weeks there before returning 7oe and your partner have mop the novice. returning to his home In In Cross of these needs
afternoons to the Hlgti their home In Tennessee. ped up, congratulated each Well, be a seeing you, diana. V
school pupiLs and Friday afternoonsto I V other and everything Is hunky. .-Obie says, 'lie that knows V Susan Hancock, daughter of Mr
the elementary grades Fin ce.1 j Mr. and Mrs. Mack Underbill are dory, you slide over to the serving not, and knows that he knows I I Miss Constance Finger was a vis. and Mrs. J. T. Hancock, returned
operation I the proud parents of a girl baby table to grab a "quickie" not, IS WISE. Especially In itor who spent Saturday and Sun. Tuesday night from the Fort Pierce
W R. Page chairman that was born In the Sebrlng ho,. before leaving. Of course, you bridge day in Fort Mrers with her par. hospital, where she has been a patient
Defend Savings Committee. pltal last week. are not listening In, but you -OBI!, ents. for the past week.Robt .






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in knowledge must dedicate his age J. L. Barber were visitors In West NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR NOTICE TO APPEAR

@hccc1, the jNcfus( aa well as youth, the latter growthu Palm Beach Tuesday.0 PoliticalAnnouncements TAX DEED
Lawn of
( 1935)
IN TIIE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF TDeNINTH
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well M the first fruits, at the ,
IHCIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
altar of truth.-George Berkeley W W Potter returned last Notice li hereby given that Randall KR OKEE('1IOHEE COUNTY, FLOK.
Published every Friday by the -0- week from Jacksonville, where she A. Kulford, holder of Tax CertinratoiNoi. 11)IN U1ANCEKY 83..

Olceecriobee New. Co., at Okeecto- Among the manifold'soft chimes J i spent several months with her son- II I 1107 to 1130 Inc, P-1131 and 1132 \ JINK: : 1I11l'C. .Ullt.MMO.NU BI"\lI.: Lomplainant, beftmdint.1MILIAM *.

bee, Okeechobee County Florida. 1 to 1143 Inc, limed the 3rd day of TO W "*.LIAM C. DKUMUOND
that will fill the haunted chambersof I i in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs I II
September, A. D., 1028; and Tax Car Airon t'a-jip >o. 1, Vluques, Puerto
memory, this Is the sweetest: I J E Price. FOR REPRESENTATIVEIN llflintei Noi. 13711 to 1381 Inc, and Rico :

BRYANT BOWDEN..... ... Editor "Thou hast been faithful! II I I 13s3, lamed the Bth day of August, A. You are hereby ordered to appear to
THE LEGISLATURE the Hill of Coniplulut for divorce filed
-Mary Baker Eddy. City Clerk Alma Sherman and 1>. 1020. Tax Certificate! Not. 843 and iiKnlnxt you by June Uruminond In
-0- little eon returned Monday from P43: toned the god day of June, A D, the above styled cause on or before/
Entered as second class matter I take this to an HMO: ; Tux Certificate Noi. 3D4 and the 2nJ day of March, A. D 1D42, other
July 1, 1915 at the Post Office In To be what we are and to become Panama City, where they spent sev. opportunity WH\ Imuud. the 3rd day of August A. nine the allegations of the BUI of Compliilnt -
what we are capable of becoming eral days. nounce that I am a candidate for .. lOol ; Tax Certificates Noi. 4S8 / will be taken ai confessed I'
Florida under the
Okeeehobee, Is the only end of life -0- re.electlon to the office of Repre. and 4SI, Issued the tlth day of June, Itulimt you. Bhnll be published
'Ilili Order I ccordliiu -
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. Robert Louis Stevenson.. County Judge and Mrs T. W. I entatlve In the Florida. Legislature A. D. 1UJJ; and lax Certificate No.5"iK to Inw In the Okeechobee News,
), Imuod the 7th day of August, A Doled 1 tbli JOtU duty of January, A.
E Simmons and for Okeechobee County In the
C.
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-0- Conely, Mrs li. 1U3J, bill tiled same In my office,; I). 1UIJ.
No amount of pay ever made a i Clerk of Circuit Court Roy Hauler, Democratic Primaries in May 1942 ; bun wilde application for a lax Deed tOY R. RAULERSON,
RATE '
good soldier a good teacher, a good son were among those from here W. J. (BILL) HENDR7 tu lie Iniuiied thereon. Said Cert If I- Clruilt Court Clerk".01)' o( Circuit Court

in advance .. .._....... rates embraiii the following described
One year $2.00 artist or a good workman. who attended funeral services for Paid Political Advertisement. i Jun JD. Fib. 6.13.1/7.I

Six months In advance .........- 1.00 -John Ruskin Richard R. Pierce in Stuart Mon. V Stnu property of In.Florida the County to-wit of: okcecbobee

Three months In advance........ 75 -0- day afternoon. I I All Bloch 21, :::3 Jl, 23, 27, 28; 20,, -

FOR SALE 8 Modern Cottages, V 1 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI : : : 30 :III, 32, 33, :lilt, 3D ; all Block 22 ; ex :NOTICE. Ot .U'I'I.I.UIOS
rcpt Lull 7, 1. and U: ; All Block 21), FUN 1'lIU.1J:
service station cafe 3 lots. See WANTED: TWO MEN extppt Lot 7; All llluik 34 except Law of JUJJ.Notice
Advertising bills are payable on Alto Watford. 34.35 Due to Increase in business we I wish to announce that I am a Loll 1 and 11 ; All Block 33: except

the first of each month. Parties -0- need two men not subject to 1m. candidate tor the office of County l.nU 1, 11 and JO ; All Block 37 except U hereby given that R. T.
unknown to publishers required to live in : l.ut b.. All Block 38 except Loll 11 11 If Ul bolder of Tux Certificate' No.
Joe Carr, who has been working mediate draft who Okee. Commissioner from District No.4. mill 20< and All Block 40 except Lot Hey
pay In advance. at The News, was employed in St. I chobee county. Must have car be Okeechobee District In the Demo. 11. I1 457, IIIIIIIPII the 3rd diiy of September:
A 1>, JJ.'S! hiiii filed eauiu lu iny office
Cloud this week. His family Is still honest and willing to work. You cratlc Primaries in May. I will ap. of II HIP Sunset Mil Park uf ,Section being a IV lulo.dl'lllou Tnp SJ$ him nniile uiilcutlon, fur u Tax Deed

Reading notlif! !n local column in Okeechob*. should make $30 to $50 a week Ap. predate! your vote and support Itui' :3SU. to be tanned thereon gulil Certificate

display -0I ply in person or write to Hugh ALBERT BARKA 'I'lie ameiiiiiiem uf mid property under unhriKei the folIonliiK' ikiorlbd prop.rrt7 .
*, lOc a line. Rates for Lieut James E. Garland resident I Sheffield Box 208. Ocala. Fla Paid Political Advertisement. Cprtlflnntel issued win 111 the ,In the County of Ukceibobee,
advertising furnished on ap :,I nnmeii of Okecchohee land InMtment stall uf riorldn, to,nit :
plication. Cla'sif: advertising 2c I Mutineer m charge of the con- 33.34 V Ci. In know n ; Mrs. C. W Stnckcy: Ibut hurt uf Lot 32 of E Kle Bay

insertion. A! I n W. \Mliox AI Ciihn Pew and Surrey in |per pint thereof recorded In
each word each I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: \ \\' ; rmtiira F. Co. F. E. lawrpiitp. I'hit nook 1 at Page 31 of the publlorpinnls
items regarding! enterprises conducted I T. II Prime Leon Harris: nf ilkpohnlice Ciinntv, .Florida
DISTRICT :NO. 1
for profit nre chargeable Ilpntrlie W Puffer; M. D. Illnkln and hhm outside the" I'liin nf Itcilnmatlon

Mrs I I.. ('. ttetki of Eagle: Ilny Sub.Drnlnnge Dlitrlct.Sen .
advertising rates. .
at : annual school budget) I take this opportunity to an. nlpm mild rcrllfkntei, .hlll1| || IIP deHI reilipnied 17 IS T"'|p. 31 8. Hire 33: E.
lna prnpirtv
minrillnv to Containing 4 acres more or less
nounce that I am a. candidate for rlliiMl therein Hlnill IIP until In tbebltibeHt
I I I Tile assusinont of laid property on.
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG"I County Commissioner from District bidder" nt the Courthouse dour nVr nld Certificate hewed was In the

allegiance. to the Flagof NOVEMBER: 10 1041 No.1. (Fort Drum) In the Demo. mi the, flrxt MimdnIII the month ntMnrch name. of II I.. liauleriun.I .
plods COIIItlCTLD{ \S OF : 1942, nhlth li the 2nd day of I .
anlil Certificate shall be reilpenipd -
cratic S
the United States of Amer- Primary May March, 1012. .
iirionllng to law, demrllipd
loa and to the Republic for Part 1. Budget for the Support and Maintenance of If elected I will serve the peopleof Doted thl> 30lli iluv of Jniiuary. 1012 I therein shell he property sold to the

which It stands: One nation Indivisible my district and the entire countyto Ito? R U'l.i5HSON! !: lilKli', '.t bidder at the Courthouse dooron
Clerk Court fOkppphnhpe
Circuit "
; with liberty and Justice Schools, Okeechobee County, FloridaFor the very best of my ability. I County, Florida" the flri.t Mumlny In the month ot
will appreciate your vote and sup. ,H'lrrnlt Court ,".al!) March inn, wlikh" li the 2nd day ot
for all. the Fiscal Year Beginning: July 1, 1941, and Ending June 30, 1942 Jan 30. Feb ft.13.20.21. March, l'M2!
port. IiiilIM.| this ,mih) iln\ of .Tnnuary
SECTION 1. \SsESSMENTS: AND TAX LEVIES: -B. C SWAIN Ion

It'KCn! OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST I. ,\ "...,.il Vines "f rn.iortIn| .'. Ciiuntv M Hinge Levy for CliMicral"HUM Paid Political Advertisement \OTICK TO f'lUU1TOI\0I Hon.! UAfl"KHSOV,
.': Sihool Fund-5'\.. x -- j jV ('I'rk ('In lilt Court ofokppiliobpe
ml :Nun i-M-mpi ._n._ n$SVMflfl1 Count.! Florida
"Mind" Is the subject of the les. ") Kl" """ nn__..._ Ul"0 Tai School ST\IK' OK KlOlllin' K'lroilt Court Senl
.1 Mimlier 11..1111
rural TO TilE CITIZENS OF ( (I1'O: OIitL'1I0BJEYOIl : .
.Inn :10 Hub fl 11 SO 27.
son-sermon which will be read in Total _......_ u ...._-(153713 Dlxtrldit In L'oll III 1-B. OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY: I and Pmh nf vail are h.r.11not.
Churches of Christ Scientist thru, ified and required to preeent say
SECTION 2. ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS: liitiini and d< iniiiidi nblih Ton. or elI -
out tile world on Sunday, February County (;ell. Dist Current I her of Mm. in n y have against the BE WISE-ADVERTISE
:
22 MUlUrs fkhuul I'linil fibuul luinl T, Bud I hereby annouce my candidacyfor puliitp of John oftnn, dpieiiHed. Inte

The Golden text is:: "The Lord is iiiii.u.i : ,sonic'.:!<:: re.electlon to the office of of Okppplioliee mild (Connl\(. 'ollnl to the,. Florida County. nt Judgeof hilof .. ........ ........ .... .......
a God of knowledge and by Him licit Vmiitliniiil FiimlH ._.....--.....__ t M *! I 8M County Commissioner from Dis. ,I flip In the Court House at Okpecho- t y
actions are weIghed. (I Samuel 'rn'r.tI. ............... ..... -71XI p81; trlct No 3 and will appreciate your I bur. Florida, within eight firm calendar V
months from (he dote of the publleiinllon -
2:3): '.UK ,Kill 1:1'1:4 l : : .' vote and support. If I am reelect. of this luitlee. Each claim or I K. E. STELLO ?=.f 1:
1111,1-
l.'nl rmihcru' Salary
mUll
bo In and
Among the citations which comprise limlruflliiniil I ..__.._................. 81 RW> 21**> ed I shall continue to serve in a simile demand the must plate or rPHldenre writing and postoffice "i .,
.__.__.__._.___... HI'B"
is the following Trmmnoitiitlon ; faithful and capable manner and address of the claimant find
the lesson-sermon I.cijiiiiilliiiiul Knniln .__............. 941 "h)>1 must be sworn to by the claimant, his Rerlstered Real Estate Broker J.
working at all times for the best
from the Bible: "The Lord agent or attorney, or the mole willlieiome
inr.U --. Jfll.41.1 OT433on interest of the County law d+:4
bringeth the counsel of the heathento : : Told uifordlng to
;f t
\n OH i nticr sorucEs.IJOl This 17tb duty of Janimrv, 11)42.)
nought: He maketh the devicesof Taxf AiKOBucil .._....__. 25704: EARNEST BILLIARD MORRIS LOFTON: REAL TEANDt
........_. liSU 11,0"7 11.111: 2MIS
the people of none effect. The I.e. 5 rj Paid Pollttical Advertisement.FOR Administrator of the Estate of
1.10':1'cx' Ited,'ulpliuuLre -
counsel of the Lord standeth forever Il"o'n.( for :"oll.ColI..ctloD STO 100 4JiO V John Lofton. deceased lNS
Jan ;HO. Feb. e U 20, I
...... 3CXW 3w1IH7
the thoughts of His heart to 11(11( Untlnic HiinmUiiInn Fumli I
Ion ,lenlule, 11I1"olfy-) COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : : : 4"5'41Okeechobee
all generations" ,Ps. 33:10,11). Stud"'nl Fct-n _.............__...... 200 200

The lesson sermon also includesthe TCITAL ..........--.._............. -ltltu7 -nJl -2SOtiS NO. 2 Subscribe For The News j FlaMIW1IMT :+ .

following passage from the NON.If\EVIB: : hOlllCLHlllil ....,, Year .o..f
Christian Science textbook 'Set. Sale of .__........... f>00 I take this opportunity to an. $2.00 Per :- ..
II
NOII-lerelrllP-_ ..._....... a
I IScriptures" ". ( lther ) "
ence and Health with Key to the TOT.II. .!!.. ..._..-......_.-..-..... 9 600 60\1 nounce that I am a candidate for --
by Mary Baker Eddy: reelection as County Commissioner
\ SOUUCES ........ W.MO 120J1 58,091
"Mind alone possesses all faculties, TOfVL (TIlUEsr* from District No, 2. I will appreci.
ft.11 ANCK :
perception and comprehension. inil (''11011 Kalunl'ee. Rmlnnlnic of Year 11'77 ate your vote and support. I
......
iinrt nutria Fonda
endowments County
Therefore mental are C. P. WALKER
.
Ktate Twu.lMr.1. gaiety Fund- MTrnn
not at the mercy of wganlzaUon |iortiitloii HI M Paid Political AdvertisementFOR 1 1I

I decomposition, otherwise the TOfAI. AVAIIANIE.1411 AND
and 1J.tO 0P,110 V
41.011
CLllUhNT: ;: IIMEII1H1.1H : _.._....n
very worms could unfashion man. State hri-o IrxtlHiokii _.n....__.. '."" 1,3411TOT
-
U It were possible for the real senses COUNTY COMMISSIONER: :
A I. ._.. ...__........_n...... 4'.357 J2.111 011,4115:
of man to be injured, Soul could DISTRICT NO. 5
reproduce them In all their perfec. SECTION 4. SUMMARY: : AND: RECAPITULATION: f. A ] l I i I
'Oll' Auinnut pp. Itli VI I I Ic i I
tion; but they cannot be disturbednor 1. sS}and '"- Awl". .Ufti1'. .. ua I hereby announce my candidacyfor '

destroyed since they exist In __ .:[..__:rf; .._.. \\1.11\1.:\ \ 'I.U I reelection to the office of Coun.
II I. lilMtrlit( Himil'( Inten-rt 1111,1 Sink ., ,.'
Immortal mind not in matter. 3..1 ..Mfl 4J | 3.y:\ ty Commissioner from District No. 5
Trig' I
:: 4J.l1) .OOO 4.1 4.\J.i1)
(P. 488:23.31): 111 '..r'nirriirmifmtioiVVumu' ( \ ..... for Okeechobee County I will ap. I

-V '(KifAi. IOU t-oiNTV ..____n.. --- ;, i.4i--.jI4: T ,;b11.iii.jiI : predate the vote and support of

GEMSFrom \\p ii rtlt Iliul tliln In n Inn nod) uiriHt ropy| of Ihi' Bl'DClKT( KOK TUB everyone. thW5.U11X4

I SU'I'OIIT( AM: MMVlh.NXMi:: SCHOOLS mul that the SUMMARY R. E. (EDDIE) BASS
Your Scrapbook In Sullen 4 In n true mul rorrnit numuiury of all part of the budget. for Okee-
hoboe C'ouuly, FlorlilH, H' adopted bv the (County Board of Public Iimtrnc- Paid Political Advertisement; I
LOYALTIESTo tlolIl I (sad approved by the County Budget CoininlpiHltin) on the 7th day of V ,

.\1111".1.l1 1. I
thine own self be true, W. U. 'OKI-It: Chnlrniiin of the Bonrd II I
'rlnt..ndpnt of I'uhllo 1nolfll'lluo.i'tT.TE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: :
1MMIMK. Conntv Siipi
II. II :
the
And it must follow as night
I Ot ELI)Rl13t. l>H: \KT I tNT OK .:In'('.\1'1 ON. T.\J.L.\JI\'ISEE DISTRICT NO. 3
the day, AI'l'LOVED1: : ('(JJ.S FNGLISII Slate Rupcrliitonilfiit of 1'nhllc Initniitlon.Novcmbpr II ; in;
Thou canst not then be false to 24 1041x .
any man.Shakespeare See also! Part II l levy 1'. mule for Countv-Wldo BI'.1 I wish to announce that I am a I I L

-0- SECTION 3. APPROPRIATIONS (Proposed Expenditures] ) candidate for the office of County

Faithfulness and truth are Lie l.F.SF.II.'OSTROI.. : Sihool County Fund Gen School Pint.. Current FnmU T Bnd I Commissioner from District No.3, AIR

most sacred excellences and endowments 21(11! Salary of Superintendent _____.._ I 2(17(1( ( *2. \7rt for Okeechobee County In the Pd. CONDITIONEDDependable \

of the human mind. 210 Trawling F.x..p. of Supt _..h.U 120 noo 1.0 mary Election to be held May S.
'...rIO'ol .I.IIInll l .. !MO
2104 Snliirlpn of (
Cicero. 2101 Ciiinpenmitlnn of Board Mi-mhori.. (WO 000 I I will appreciate the vote and nip

21011 Mllemrv of Bonrd Members ___.._ -V> M port of everyone. Om/i/ r '
-()- 211)7! ) eiml Fipenm-1 ._ __.__..__u___._ !ton "") I
He that would make real progress 21CW! office r-xiienwi _...._.._.__...... 400 400 |, -V. M. MOBLEY .
210ft Oilier' Es p. of Ailinlnlxtriitlon n.. 100 ]IH) I V
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IN'1ST"TUB: lIKfflT 'O\'IIT OP THE Total _... .._..____........ ..._..... -| 3,44'i' 541(1 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : Service
JIUK'UI. II1MTIT OF

FLORIDA IN .\ND FOil OKFFfHO. 2202!INS'FRrC'rllN Snlnrln. of PrlnilpnU: ..__........ I 5.000 1 2.000 DISTRICT NO. 4 I low Fares
IIEKIOINTI( IV (IMNrERVOne 220.!. ) Hnliirlon of Traitim ._._.......... 31.VH 11."J422ix I hereby announce that I am a
No SJ1: Mhrnrv Expense: ._.._....__...-..- TO TO candidate for the office of County
RITII nnc,.\I,, rnmiiliilimnt, 22(111!( (Inm Hooii Snpplli-n] ...-........ 27:% 271
I... 2210! other limiruitloniil EIM-IIW| .... am :Sol Commissioner from District No 4 Travel via Florida Motor Line. MAIN LINE to all Florida
11.\nfir.r. rpr.u: : .. T>, fondantNOTHfc
-,--- for Okeechobee county. I will ap.
: TO U'l'rK TOT\L ........._______............ f.14104 .141(14 vote and 1 and the North.
predate :support;
TO 11.\ IIOLI) HKHU. C.pnt-nil, DPlr OI'KKATION: OF PLANT : your
I .,. Knrhnnk (iillfnrnta : aol: \\HlIMi "f ..tllllllor _...._........" 1'011' (",> C. E. DRAWDY Nwthkwml
Von' ore harsh) ordered (n nppniirn 2lir2: foil __......_.u..u._...._.......... 1111' 110 -(Paid Political Adv.) lr OKEECHOIEI . 5140AM: 2:10 PMAb
HIP Hill nf ('"Mi pin, I nt for divorce" 2HIII!: :\ Illltl.'" ... __._.nn___ ._..._...... r"" :\ TAMPA 10:10: AM U5'104 Cuts less thin
HIM) iiifiiliHt ton \h\' limn It< ml I I" HIP 211)4:\ ) Olliir "iperullnix,& hxH-n: | '. ........ 410 410 V A,. LAKELAND . 9tl0: At.4 1:50'104 Driving
nhnvo styled] cnimo, on or odors I IIPUlril FOR STATE DEMOCRATIC: EX. A,. ORLANDO . 10 SG AM 7 4S PM O.e .......
dnv of Mirih. .* P. 1142! other- TOT!. ....n----........ DIP-'O llll.'O Ar JACK50NVILlI 1"1>4 11:45'104 way r.,.
nlw the nllpjMHnim! of HIP Kill if Com I.\JSnSAS'E: : ECUTIVE COMMITTEEWOMAN: TALLAHAS5U 445'1>4 12:59: AMAn
plulnr will Intnkpii nil pnnfi.mipilntrflltittt '2401 Iti-nilr iiinl Kepliiwiuriit ...... 41U 4111I'XILI.Y LAKE Gilt . 2'25'1>4 1:10,101>4 MIAMI So 2.10 $ S..'
von AlaS"II: : : I JACKSONVllLi 4'I 7,13I.
!
Tlili order hell IIP ,"hlloh.,1( ) i"1rorillnir 2T01\[ 7'rcaq,0rtatlnn-OpenllpnQ }:XI\... 47H 4711 to that I am a. ,. OKEECHOIEI . 440't.4 10:45'1>4 TAMPA. 2.... 4,13At.
to Inw In tlic, ikm.hohwVcwi. I'rnniollon" of IK-nlth Other h:IP, I2J 1212iil I wish announce JACKSONVILLE . 3.45 At.4 Pit AM LAKELAND 1.90 S.UI
n 'IU'"I.r nt iii'iipml ii 1"11111'tllln. urn Other. Auilllnry AKcndi-n ........ I'10Tnru candidate for State Democratic Ex. I ORLANDO 2.30se
hnvlnit ltn Klmlpiil pimp of InmlnwM I : ecutive Committeewoma.i for Okee. DIRECT COHNICTlON' A' JACKSONVILLI 'AIU. fallANAf3l. '.65 10.20

In. the, fount, .v of okppi.hnlipp. ._......._.........___r- 14.wo 4n4o MASSE AND IAICE CITY' W'TH OI"'HOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.U "ISI
Hint* nl H.irl.lnHutpil FIXED IIUN.BH! : .- chobee cowuI will appreciatethe I 105 AU POINTS NORTH AND WIS' AUAN'A. ..U ilfOJ

nl 'ikpn.hulipp. Hnrlilii. thin :2i.01 Inmirimw .....-.._...........""... 1.40 1 All: :! vote and support of everyone. MACON 7.15 12.90
Iflili iln.v or pphrtinn. i1N2 2031' I'toillmlool _...... .-.-..-..... Xm: W I '.ul""..."-..,.. VALDOSTA S.U 9..'
110II.. FLU i.EUIOVMpfk 2uot EI.ltoll xp'nll.1: _...u.......... 125 125! LUCILE STELLO Lv.OKEECHOIEI . 440 Pt.4 10:45: Pt.4 IIIMINOHAM '.SO 17.10Ar.
('I r"1111 ('ollrl.IIk..b"I. -V- MIAMI . 010 PM 1:30: AM NEW OILCANS 11.20 20.21I
.... (''iinnt\. FliirMn, TO'r A I. ..------------------12,013._ : tsoiiSIMMm CHICAGO 1105 32,50
' ((''....1111 Court Kpnll' :a\lOI: : CONIIVrATION. }:n:- I ANarslag HlW YORK CITY boo 2....

V I NINU A ,\IIt'I.'I' MHOOLH : MIAMI . IOO11AM 200AMAt.
a IN TUB Cllt'P'rCnl'RT( OK THE 2702! Other Exprueus' ...-.............. TO 73TO'rAG Ilmlllllllllllllllllllllllllmllllllllllllllllllllmllllllll lll11I111III11I1111111111111111i I OKEECHOIU . 2:10: PM '.40 AM

1 M.N'TK:' .111'\1'1.\1.INSIi\* : FOIl 111I'1'1'1'oKtmiOKhK OKKI.OIIIIiV ....._..........._.....-....... M 1I'J'I'L :\ I

rol'NIY('0'.. Vii IN MCI('IIAN'eItY: I'.\-111c c .._OI'II.U..... : 1V: ) 1W I i T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION

W. H. IIANCcx, Complainant S:\ Alu'rctlnna,tddRlone, _.:EEE Ole tMoO' 1.0100 RIO LET US PRINT I I

v.. ._._........_..... 'Rat' ::1(1' ''Ojsim
11111'11I/101
!N.w | tie
1' SS'JoI-I iKK UNCOCK I>cf Midnnl' SJsirt
hooks for Illirnry _........* 1(13: 1M2M
TIE TO \I'I>F\H .>7 School New Bno"'. _.._.._..u.-_........ 3000fntti I YOUR NEXT ORDER
\.NCOCK. Onr '
TO 'n'iS.IlJoII'! : : : .........
l Pi'll pry, I..bllrll."Irlllllin., ....... VSoT: >o""i"3"irw""VXiii:: : a--

the Vim Bill are of licTi'ln' Complaint ordered for to illrnnr apppnr fllp to
mil nut yon by W. H. Ilnnrnik In the 2meiit of Acionnti ..... Lnmtr..[ ,.
__ __._?_....... a'1 nf)3) n7MHK k'JVew e'
nlHWH HI\IIM| rniiHP on or before the23rd of"Awli. tot I'rlor'earl 1VKI 2'll: 1711:\ COMMERCIALPRINTING '
.
of A.I>., 1M2. othprlw 1'lIynl<'"1
ilny' Io'h. Current Loans ...... 7ufl 700
", the nlli.Mlli>li"' of the 11I1nt 21)04) luteri-Ht on ....... I

oinpliilnt will\ IIP tnkpii n* ronfpMPaIllinium TOT AI, ..._...___m__............. .t"5:>1..iii.--W:: c t tD
Mill. ".-.... .....
'Mill, order shall IIP pnblUliMl n<* TilTAI PHOI'OHF.I: EXPEND. ...... "iu'iiis: N9,503Rfl,701:

4. rorillix to law In the OkewhnhMiSf : : .......-.....___..._...._ .._.. ...._ .
,, of general rl..lo.II..n. InMF.It.tlI"b
u npnpiiipr|' I .M. KHO
having IK Irlnrll'lll| l pin' .. of nun). JHtt: Ite"e .............. I e
IMMM In the County el Ok ....hobe, Curried liver ..... .. .14 ... 004 IIS nI 11 1llmllilllm III! II BiGINIIIIiINNII IIIIIIII IIflIi IIIIIIUINJIIIIIIinlhllilll III

flute of Horliln.' TilT A I. _._u_....----...---.-...-.. .u..l.- rr- 1 4iH.--i.i I I
luil.'d nt ukewhohpp,. .Florida Ibis TOTAL AI"'IWI'IIJA'J'UoiS AS) IU. ..."..... .._..... : ... : e
lutli ilny of February. 1942. _. SERVES: ............. iffi. iiViif"\ "iwVmi20T : Subscribe For The New. p a ,
ROY II. RAt'LERSON, : State Free Textbooks .-......... 1.:T46 |, 411 '
t'lprk. llrrutt Court .
Okrcrbohe County, Florid M: .:M TOTAL .............-............ "' '''"\\i,W**"' ...i.91/f.'it\J/ \ .,*& $2.00 Per Year
(Circuit 'ourt H<>il)

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FEBRUARY 20 1942
THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS PAGE THREE


I
singing "Anchors Away" since last! dates? Are they afraid the girls
Friday Wonder why? won't accept because they can't get
That's all, folks-See yalNIGIITENGALES their cars?

The 'Chobee -V- -- Well, boys, don't think that and
BuglerFOR MET stop worrying over such a trifling
The Nightengale Missionary circle matter as that.
met at the home of Kathryn Girls, don't get disappointed if

Sweatt, with Evelyn Lee as assistant the boys can't get their car, and
A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL
hostess, on Thursday night, boys, don't think that the girls

_ February 12. A program wa? given won't walk! with you, because If
nnn n ------------- - - M
by Sylvia Snell, after which a busl- you do you're badly mistaken. After
'CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF ness meeting was! held. all, we do have a swell bunchof
f the Pierce have handsome
Ft. Fair, but we son Kathryn Conrade,
EDITOR ...................................... .. .. .......... ....... .. WINIFRED CROUCH !I been told that because of the war who was tied to; his mother's apron The grill planned a trip to Ft girls around here, and if you

ASSISTANT EDITOR ... ... ......... ...... .. JUNE CHESHIRE : condition Ft Pierce will not havea strings.To Pierce February 28, where they will don't believe it Just ask them and

BUSINESS MANAGER ..... ... .... ...... .. ALICE DONALDSON Fair this year. We're a little get back to today's happen- either attend the movies or go to see if they refuse because you can't
"
SPORTS EDITOR ...... ... .... ..... .............?................... MARY MCLAUGHLIN i disappointed, but If It's for defense ings well we cleaned house. the skating rink. "gel your cars.
i The meeting adjourned and refreshments Next 'i'eeke will publish the
CLASS EDITOR ............... ......... ... ............................... LILLIAN LEITNER we're willing to make a sacrifcleof Cleaned out our desks, washed blackboards were served to Peggy answers in the "Chobee Bugler"

CLUBS. EDITOR .... .. .... ........ .. ... ESTELLE SANDERFUR our pleasure. dusted erasers, dusted pic- IWatford Sylvia Snell, Betty Bar- -Handed In by a certain boy
We sent box cakes and
I a large of tures and put our room in first-
SPECIAL EDITORS. LAVENA HARDEN, MOLLY BOWDEN ber, Bessie Lou Myer, Mrs. M. E. V
cookies to the soldiers at the Se- class order. It surely did look
Elizabeth Riechert, Jean Lee
Myer,
l bring air base last Monday. pretty.I'll GIRL SCOUTS
Raulerson, Alvyna Sweatt, PerlleeHunt
THANKS, AGAIN! known to gather together In Okee- i j Guess that'll be all the news from be back with some more of I The Girl Scouts met Tuesday
Mrs. Sweatt, Evelyn Lee and
\
Again we thank you for your chobee county. It was estimated ,\, 'these homemakers for the time being the highlights next week, but this Sweatt. I evening at the Methodist church
wonderful cooperation. The news that there were probably 800 pea is all this time Kathryn Sweatt Reporter j I' annex and studied 'how to tie knots
paper staff of the high school hu! pie assembled there, and the con Frances Knight, Reporter Iris Conrad, Reporter. Kathryn V and signs to be used In blazing a
reached a new conclusion. It reallyIs tinuous roar of laughter caused the VLOST trail. Those who took their first
,
LETTERMEN:
a surprise to one when they allofa.sudden building to shake. I I I Editor's Note: We can't forget the Those long.looked.for letters fin- Tenderfoot test and passed were:
realize that they live It was a rare treat, and we here- One yellow gold ring with initials I music on last Friday's chapel program Ernestine Hunt, Virginia Lee Cul-
In the very best city, and that the with extend our congratulations to :, \"H.T.S." In It If found return toI I when Iris sang "Alice Blue ally these came. letters In a were very awarded impressive to ,breth, Mary Albert Loutham, Virginia

very best people live In that city. the Junior class who is responsiblefor H. T. Scott, please. j ji I Gown," and a group of girls sang a way number of the football players J Parkerson and Kathryn Con-

This conclusion was! reached by our having been so wholesomely V I "Let Me Call You Sweetheart. last Friday in chapel period. Coach rad.The
the staff this week while they have entertained. Talk about having II i i FFA HAPPENINGS Keep up the good work girls I McLaughlin Introduced Mayor Raul Girl Scouts will meet next
been asking friends for ads for the I a head for business-but that Jun-i i By Silvanus Harden I V I the Tuesday, February 24 at 7 p.m. at
letters to
who presented
high school edition of the "Okee. ior class really must have it. They 'I There isn't much to tell this I I. C. ALL erson fellows. (the Methodist church annex. All
following
chobee News. and only one person I really "cashed in" on that one week, except that we are planting I (Have You Seen What I've Seen?) Jack Coker, manager; Joe Wolff, girls Interested are urged to be on
so far has flatly refused to help night's entertainment. sweet potatoes and cutting our I time.
Gene Ful-
Paige
Bobby
this group of students In this new I At- the first of the year when it 'cabbage.Too I Lynn Walker has been watching ford.manager Connie; Raul rson. Gene El4 M vvv
undertaking.Yes was learned that Carl. T. Durrance we didn't get to take Home Dorothy Sellers closely lately. I ledge. Johnny Johnson Gerald
we're really convinced that would be the home.room teacherfor Economics this week because of the I
Who is Perllee's new interest in I i>j Leatherman, Johnny Jenkins, Tiny Gilbert Theatre
Okeechobee Is the best city In the the eleventh grade and Clyde absence of Mr. Pippen, who was out sixth period study hall? Watford, Albert Berka, Weldon
state and has! the best people as Durrance was elected president and 'of town on business the first partof I Charles Parkerson has! his eye on I, Droughon, Frank Reeves and Damon -
citizens.We Mrs. O. C. Durrance was elected the week. All the girls were one of the new girls In the seventh 1 Walker. OKEECHOBEE
do appreciate your coopera home-room mother it looked like disappointed because they couldn't grade. I
Honorable mention to
was
given -- ----
tion, and hope we prove worthy of frame-up.. Then, too, when it take Agriculture this week and the Speaking of Cooner's girl friends, ''e\ery man coming out for football
your confidence In us. came time to begin talking about boys didn't like it so good 'cause Ruth Simmons seems to be getting practice this year, for without these j PROGRAM: FOR WEEK ENDING
-The Staff.D1PORT.STI that senior couldn't take EC, but I
Junior- banquet Mr. they Home first
near base lately. I 26
r men the above could never had won FEB.
V I Durrance tried to get out of It because : it couldn't be helped and we'll probably Better watch out, Orville Anne, I' a letter, or Okeechobee could never
I he said it was "war time," make that cha.ige next week. I Virginia Parkerson likes Kenneth have had a football squad. -
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! and we should conserve food. Our FFA meeting which was ; Ford, tool wish to TRI.-SAT.
I At this time we again
I Everybody agreed that that was a scheduled for Tuesday night was !(] Have you heard that Haynes thank Mayor Raulerson. He has

Regardless of what kind of news good reason, but really believed he 1 II' 1 postponed until next Tuesday night Williams gave Lucille Johnson a I j indeed, been a friend to our foot- Double] Feature
you would like to see In the Fri- j I' was Just looking for an excuse to : because of the Roy Acuff perform I' box of candy and Billy Chandler ball team, and we ask him to extend -
day, February 27 edition of the get out of a lot of hard work, but ance. gave Idell one? our apperciation to the Civic Program
Okeechobee News turn It In to the now that he and his faithful juniors This week's surprise is Eugene'' Say, boys, there's another new
club for their undying cooperation FEATURE NO. 1LLSTlt
Theta Beta club which la the edi- I have completed this mighty I, Wright He is helping Uncle Sam I II !I girl in the seventh grade, so keep during the 1941 football selSl'n.VALENTI .
tor of the School Page In the Okee- "braln.storm" you Just ought to I I I by raising fryers; has several im. :I,I your eyes open I (PS. There's one .\ CAST
chobee News each week. For this hear some of the things they planto provement projects and supplementfarm in the tenth, too) V I II .;-

week Mr. Bowden will not be edItor do. Let me see if I can thinkof Jobs in his project program. Does Mollie Boettger really like E PARTY "Land of
Of the OKEECHOBEE NEWS, some of the things I've heard He Is a very efficient member, and I Joe Underhill? It seems so. I The eighth grade girls and their Liberty"Feature

but the News staff at the high them say they were going to do works to beat the band. Some day | Doris June Thomas seems to havea Invited guests enjoyed a Valentine No. 2
school will edit all the new to be with this money today. he is going to be a great leader of crush on D. L. Pearce at present. i party at the home of Mrs. G. W.
published In this edition of the First, they say they'll have the this country, as most all Future What girl from the lake has Boettger on the evening of February WILLIAM: BOYD
newspaper. If you have any news biggest' party of the year-just for Farmers do. caught Jack Sellers' Interest? I 12. -IN-

you'd like to see In this edition, it the Juniors; then they'll buy a $50 Don't forget to buy Defense Mary Virginia Swain and DonaldMack ; When the guests had all arrived "Sante Fe Marshall"ALSO
will be a simple matter to send It, Defense savings bond; and they'll bonds and stamps!1I are becoming very good Mrs. Williams provided them with
or bring It to school and place It give the biggest Junior-senior ban. I I V friends Watch your step, Edgar I paper, scissors and paste for a -
In the news box, which is locatedin quet in the history of Okeechobee HOUSE CLEANING I Louise Wood all has certainly fal Valentine contest Harry Paul DISNEY CARTOON

the hall orb,the second floor of high school. Let's watch their I I Today Wednesday, February 18 I!lien for Johnny Jenkins, but Johnny Oreenberger whose Valentine was

the high school. smoke. Juniors, we're proud of you) we, the seventh 'grade girls met I still prefers his little Bemeny girl 'Judged prettiest, was given a box SUN..MON.-

Too, members of the high school V during ECA period for our homeroom friend. of bon bons as prize. Donald Rid.
staff will be glad to call 'for your A. 0 CLUB0 program Who does Cleo Evans like now? daugh received honorable mention 1 JOAN CRAWFORD and
news if you'll call phone number Mary Frances Thomas read the Could it be someone by the name as maker of the second-best Val-
\ MELVYN DOUGLAS In
11 and leave your name and ..ad.dress. The A. O. club met Wednesday Bible and we prayed the Lord'sPrayer of Vernon? What about It, Cleo? entine.
'\'J$ February 18 during RCA period. ; gave the Salute to the Flag She still seems somewhat interested After the contest other games "A WOMAN'S FACE"ALSO

, We hope the papet..ueitjweekwill The president and vloe.presldent.belns and sang "The Star Spangled Banner In Georgia Boy though. She were enjoyed until 9:30: o'clock when -
1 not be too amateurish, but that absent the secretary, MaryRobinson I ." seemed overjoyed when she heard the group was Invited to help themselves
it will be of Interest to each of you. presided. About ten of the 7th grade girlswere that he wasn't! going to get mar. to sandwiches, fruit and I "EYES OF THE NAVY"COMING

However, we're asking that you remember First we planned to initiate our I I practicing the chapel programfor lied after all. cookies. After they had ea.tenU1-
this Is our first attemptto new members: Esther Hall. Peggy Friday. The 7th grade boyshave What was wrong with Doyle last til hearts were content, they

publish anything of importance Watford, Hortense Goings Betty the program, but really thereare Tuesday night? thought they felt too good to go -
and we ask that you not be too Mae Thomas and Cecilia Clementa. more girls than boys on the One of our senior boys seems to, home so a few games were enjoyed
"Blossoms In the Dust"
critical, but laugh at our mistakes, The Initiation will be next Tuesday program. But we don't care 'causewe have lost his ring on some girl's I by all, until Mrs. Boettger and Mrs.
because we promise that If there'sa February 25, 8:30: pjn. at the know It'll be good. By the way, finger and she lost hers on his. Is (Williams called "Goodnight" about "This Woman Is Mine"
next time we won't make the school. Last week our reporter, I our program went over quite successfully -, this "puppy love," or could it be 10 30 V'e're sure a good time was "They :Met In Bombay"

same mistake again Juanell Pearce resigned and Fran- I last Friday and we reallythink the real McCoy? had by all attending this party, "Our Wife"
-High School News. Staff."COLOSSAL" ces Knight was! elected to this office we found some talent Mildred Doris Worth !seems to be rating and we'll! be seeing you says-
V and will be Installed at the I Phelps was really a "kllock.i pretty high with Edward Conrad, The Eighth Grade Girls.OPINIONS ':'.-HM:'': ; :-:.':":'.:") :":" : :-:--: : : "

meeting next Tuesday night i out," as she played the part of but Edna Rldaught makse up for -V- -
We believe "colossal" Is the wordto We have extended an Invitationto I "Pop" and Dodothy Sellers, well, lost time during fourth periol"Fat" PLEASE!
W+ .
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describe the program: presentedby the FFA to have refreshmentswith 'she couldn't be beat In her roll as Fulford and Paige seem to Heie's a very important question: '

Roy AcUff and his boys Tues. us after the initiation and installation I "Mom." Mary Virginia Swain made be "sitting pretty" with Mildred. "What's going to become of this Sunrise TheatreFORT
day night at the high school auditorium next Tuesday. a charming daughter who was Morgan now, dat'.ig situation?"
to the largest crowd ever Last week we planned to go to : head.over.heels In love with the I Who was the handsome chap at. Please put your solution in the
I tending school here last Monday? news box for the paper next week. PIERCE
---- 'Just ask a certain little: blonde in ( To explain the Question more fully

-. -.,. ,- .-, I the tenth grade if i you want the de I we mean: "
LT tails. 'I lit the tire situation going to keep TODAY and SATURDAY:

Cecelia seems to have changed( the boys from asking the girls for Double FeatureJOEL

I boy friends last Tuesday night- .
Jkr4st&&IIffIhz6kis' from Gene Fulford to Lloyd Scott. i IlcCRIand

Catherine Sweatt is wearing a I I VERONICA LAKE in
ft"
/ new ring this week. Could it be f.RelevaJlaery "Sullivan's Travels"
,(I _,. the one we have already mentionedof I' a "-
(' one of our seniors? Feature No. 2

Who Is Virginia Culbreth's late CHARLES STARRETT and

hf-.it interest-Lynn Walker? 4L666iga501ABL11S. RUSSELL MAIDEN In
Laurence Reeves seems to be i C; "West of Tombstone"SUNDAY

"beating Lloyd's time" with Francis .SAWS,MOSS DlON
Knight. -- -----

Juanell and Juanita Pearce love and MONDAY-

I rainy days because they get to sit I TYRONE POWER andGENE

out In the car with two wellknownboys I TIERNEY In
\ around her ,
"SON OF FURY"TUESDAY
Fred Smith has been heard to
remark that "you are out of luck I HERE. -
"+' with 'Chobee girls unless you belong and WEDNESDAY

to the C.P.C." (canning plant GRETA GARBO andMELVYN
I committee) is that chance for you and DOUGLAS In

I Catherine Woodham's Interest "Two-Faced Woman"
friends to buy a
centers around a blue coupe lately. your

Edward Alderman likes to sit on beautiful tract of Ocean THURSDAY-:
the front seat 1., study hall. CouldIt
be because Clara Ann Briley'' Beach Frontage at Fort BARGAIN DAY

: sits up there? I 2<
R\e It is rumored that a certain seventh Pierce

grade girl ti'lnks: Billy Good- CAESAR ROMEROIN :
4 at win's "the thing" Look out, kid, Very Cheapand -

he'. a dangerous piece. "A Gentleman At Heart"ERROL
Could it be thr* Iris Conrad has very cheap It la too at only
-also
really} found her heart's flame in U.u.. foot for 455: feet of the
Good badness management Clarence? I i I most beautiful ocean beach land FUNN
made this pOMiUe-th um man Johnny Jenkins sharpened a perfectly -IN"DODGE-
Remember the
pmat that product about M of good pencil almost to noth. I I I you ever saw CITY"IN
tilt ..doD', eledd power, tad ing because he forgot where he W&II''I total price Is Just $1,025 and you TECHNICOLOR

a BOW pldg in unending effort and started looking around in study get the equivalent of 9 fifty.foot .

to lupply million of Jim with lots at Iras than $115 each and MIDNIGHT SHOW

ITI I screwy schedule Jim demand on men, machines, .*! an the power Deeded to naif: hall.Domer Wilson and Mildred Phelpswere located on a new paved road.A SAT, FEB. 28 11:15: P. M.
1 downs i man-tiled dinner whileMom'i OH tht ibctrle! ttrvtc Jut rovers America POWERFUL! seen together in the show on
splendid location for ON THE STAGE
a .am.mrr .
doing the breakfast vrtctietlly tvtry oftrttion front Saturday night.Who Dr Silklnl'i
the IfiMprfci/ to tomM' Gerald Leatherman cabin or a permanent home Trrrlfylng
1 dithu, deep day awe y, was
and breakfast *t the family Fortunately, the lectrl Indus,, speaking of when he told Leslie GHOST SHOW!
gets
upper able' Hit on ,>" raidacme ru, adwwhen the to erio tuna p Aa "that Say,he Joe could, when have you her carry?" Perl. L. \V. Halbe Agency Boris A SPIRIT KarlofT'f SEANCE Frankenstein IN PERSON DoubleON
/lea |
night tkifi tCoirrmaoa'i clans lLmh the Mger wheels of tlmort avail(; lee to the show, don't try to push THE SCREEN
105 8, 2ND ST.
e Ia BELA LUGOSIIN
armament factory now opera her into mud puddles.

poduetioa, $4kewi Hoa-tttdj to meet MW...weds. Who ww Arlene with Tuesday Fort Pierce, Fla. I
COMt'AMt
s ,*".._u.I ******* wh1 >tew-eo.wuc4lar, night? "The Invisible Ghost"FlUDAY.
It teems that Betty Barber Is
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