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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: May 22, 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."
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A REMEMBER HARBOR PEARL wht OOkrrrhnbtt NtUt.n WAR STAMPS SAVINGS AND!



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Volume 27-Number 48 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday May 22 1942 Price Five Cents

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Merle Lowe Takes I I MRS. O. V. FLIPPEN I', CAPT. CHARLES BISBEE DUFFEY HOWARD C. DRAWDY TO .

I ENTERTAINS. "CROZIERS" I' ATTEND SERVICE SCHOOL ,Baptist Church To

Vows Last The Crozter-circle- Capt. C. B. Duffey, Who died at his home in _.
Friday met at the
I i home of Mrs. O. V. flippen Tues- Okeechobee Tuesday afternoon of last week, Guy F. Hull. Navy recruiting officer Have HomecomingDay

With Mr. ', day May 11, for their regular was laid to rest in the Printers' block of the I announces that 18 men who

Bartlett t monthly meeting Mrs. J. M Roe. Woodlawn Park completed recruit training recentlyat
in '
Miami
cemetery last Friday Here 24
chairman, called the meeting to the Norfolk, Va., Naval training May
I order. Mrs. J. A McNelll read the I II afternoon at 3 o'clock following the impressive station were assigned to Service

A wedding In which minutes and held 1 schools for Instruction. Among -
much cort'ial I Mrs. Nathan Zelmeno- ceremony at the Glass Funeral home.
Interest centers and of excep- vltz gave the treasurer's report. Mr. had those who will enter the Navy For many years In the history of
'tonal simple beauty, was that of Mrs. J. H. Hancock gave an in- Duffey a long and active career as a trade school is Howard C. Drawdyof the Okeechobee Baptist church

Merle McDermld Lowe and Burnett spiring devotion, Current events newspaper man and printer, having been iden- Okeechobee there has been a Sunday set aside

Bartlett which was solemnized at fie discussed. tiled with that profession for more than 50 > All skilled construction men are for special programs and fellowship -

the home of Mr and Mrs. E. M. Refreshments were served to which urged to apply to the Navy Re- and designated as 'Home
years during time he had held of
Meserve Friday evening, May 15 Mrs. W L. Burgess, Mrs. J H. Han- some crultlng Station, Post Office buildIng coming Day."

Quests Included members of the rack, Mis Elena King, Mrs J. A the most important newspaper jobs in Florida for interview and examination May 24 of 1942 marks this annual .

immediate families and a few intimate I McNeill Mrs Nathan Zelmeno- and had also published a newspaper for him ':'legardlng enlistment In the Con- event, and all members of the

friends, itz Mis J, M Roe, Mrs F self. He was for connected with the ,:Structlon Battalions being :formed I Okeechobee Baptist church and
In the living room where the Zander Mrs Beiniece Phillips w.// many years I j tar duty outside the United States their friends are given a special In-

ceremony took place large vases of Mrs O V Fllppen, Florida Times-Union, Tampa Morning Tribune; : Age limits, 17 to 50 }I,I vltatlon to attend the services of

Easter lilies, Calla lilies and Queen, Pensacola Daily Journal, Jacksonville Metropolis I V this day.

Anne's lace were used, with quantities All Should Support ( now Jacksonville Journal ) Miami Tribune Farmers I' The services will begin with Sun-
: of asparagus fern carrying I'Glades; I day school at 9:45. Morning wor-
and Miami Herald In the late of 1940
out a color scheme of white and summer ship 11 o'clock, and a basket dini .

Await
banked with feathery cypress tips associated with the Okeechobee News, which j I. 'Signal' To j The Immediately after morning worship.

and fern. In the center a tall candelabrum / I guest speaker for the morning
with fifteen lighted can- Says Henderson place he held until he was forced by ill healthto Aid i War Effort I worship will not be a stranger, but

dles furnished the only light and relinquish on December 12, 1941 !I one who is better known to us thana

:on each side a white wicker basket In fiflrlition to his. connections with Florida I! I! Of brother-one the who has had one
stood filled with great masses of It has been erroneous stated b'' greatest Christian lnfliiAn AI
lilies Above the fireplace an Inverted some papers that Leon Hendersonhas newspapers he was active for a number of yearsin 1 BELLE GLADE Fla, May 21 I; In this community He is not young

"V" of asparagus fern endorsed compulsory savings the Florida National Guard in which he rose | Independent farmers of the Everglades now and has been almost forced to

starred with Qtven Annes lace fol.owed before the House Ways and Means from the ranks of a private to that of captainof await only the go ahead I retire from an active public service
[ of his
the line of the candles, In committee. This has been deniedby signal from Washington before beginning Lord but as long as our
front of this lovely Improvised altar Mr. Henderson In a statement he Duval county company, and it was his I planting of crops required I Lord permits him to stay here on

the service was read by Rev M E. Issued to the press a few days ago company that was called first after the big fire !i 1 for the synthetic rubber program, (i earth with us. It can not be home

Mjers, pastor oy the Methodist In effect he said 'he did not dis- in Jacksonville which broke out May 3 1901. proposed by the U S. Sugar cor- coming unless he is with us. You've
:, poratlon, i guessed who It Is
church. cuss compulsory savings before the according to Mrs. Ruth j I of course it's
Through the rest of the house commIttee. The treasury s launchIng Mr. Duffey was one of the most valuable men S Wedgeworth head of the com- ''Brother EMC. Dunklin. Special -

and on the porches, spring flowers Its drive to stimulate each in a newspaper:: office we have ever known, being | mlttee representing Independent i ij [ music for the morning, after

were used In profusion Before the dividual to save 10 per cent of In// able to take charge of any department of j growers of the Lake Okeechobee the noon and evening services is under ,
Mrs Wallace or her Income district. direction of Mrs B. E. Also-
ceremony Olancy O voluntarily and 4
the office from the editorial end to the last detail .
brook
played a program of appropriate he was supporting and was sure I Two weeks ego, Independent and although she cannot announce -

music on the piano and Solovox. everyone else should and would of the composing room, and do the job well. farmers representing more than I the exact selections for special

The traditional wedding marches support this campaign to the utmost He will be missed in. the profession he had followed j 100,000 acres of 'Glades land sig will music now, she assures us thatIt ,
of his nalled their be good and that she expects
used and her
were during the service I or ability The approval of the plan
the Chopin "Prelude in A" and the reports from all over the nation so many years and in which he was recognized formulated by Clarence R. Bitting, one out-of-town soloist.

"Indian Love Call" were played' show that the people as a whole I j as one of the best in his line. 'president of the sugar corporation, The Rev E J Daniels, pastor of

very softly Immediately before the 'I are doing a very good Job He was laid to rest in the block] in Woodlawn I i Iin resolutions forwarded to official the Pierce First, Baptist church, Fort
will
entrance of the wedding party, I Okeechobee county is doing Its Washington asking the government be the guest speakerat
t Miss Betty Barber sang "Calm as share as reports from the Post Office Park cemetery that is owned and managed by to expedite granting of priorities I' the afternoon worship service.I .

the Night by Carl Bl>hm. will show. To date. Okeecho- the Miami Typographical Union, of which he for necessary processing equip- i j I feel that It Is not necessary for

The bride and groom entered unattended I bee county has bought more than had long been a member. The pallbearers were ment, "to the end that we, the I me to tell you much about him, as
The i $22000 In bonds I farmers of the you know him as well as we do-
bride was lovely In and stamps The Everglades, may do .
made of who had been connected in the
records up men share in as a staunch, Christian man.
ier travellinj outfit of tailored egg. show that of May 18 we our the prosecution of the
:hell crepe with a matching hat have purchased $221250 In bonds i, printing business with him many years, one of ( national war effort. The Rev. D. O. Alderman, our

and brown veil-accessories 1'the''and stamps so far this month. That whom\ had worked with Him more than 40 years I I With the harvesting of celery and pastor, will\ return Saturday from
shndes brown Is well: above beans end within Fort Odgen, where he has ,been
of and a corsage of our quota. Keep up I I( to the next three
Talisman roses I this very good work, Okeechobee! ago. Capt. Duffey was a fine character and weeks, farmers are beginning to conducting a revival for the past

Mrs. B. E Alsobrook presided at Warning To Businessmen len his mark among the printers and newspaper I wonder when they will receive the I two weeks, and will conduct the

the dining table, where fruit punchv 1 Be on the lookout for what seems I men.Teachers (, necessary encouragement from the evening worship service at 8:30: I

th a float of lime sherbet was to, be a racketeer's promotion by I government. assurln them-- of This year this day has a irri af.pr

served; dainty Individual cakes telephone selling of so-called booksf j i equipment required to process these meaning to most of us. Our church

iced In white with tiny flowers of < defense stamps. In one city, the I Exams To "The War Goes On' I[ crops Into essentials that would has been growing by leaps and

pink and green and pink and green merchant sid! via the telephone I I provide nearly 10 per cent of the bounds. We've added a new entrance

nlnts. The laid with agreed to buy a $3 book. 1: nation's and have begun a moderate
table was a ,, A messenger synthetic rubber needs.
ace cloth centered: V a bowl of i I boy was sent to make the :' Be Held July 2.3 Got (By C.ration A. Fulford card ) also' The $7 ,OOOOOO project originatedby building piogram. If it Is the Lord's
gas and
my
erba In shades of pink and liulud delivery. The man paid $200, I a sugar ration card You hear of Bitting, contemplates the plant. will, we feel that next fall we will!
twin candleholders silver I How I ever. his book contained i! Ing 100,000 have adequate housing equipment
by of two Inflation and of acres of sugar cane j ji
I price
In 5 Florida Cities ceilings living for
After receiving the ci ngratula- ; 10-cent defense stamps and 100 ,!I cost regulations etc. i| sweet\ potatoes and peanuts. Half I j our Sunday school and other
'ions and best vUhw of their stickers with such wording as "Re- the acreage would be operated by church organizations. Too, we are
We know but little
j about such'
-::ests, Mr and Mrs Bartlett l left member Pearl Harbor" "Buy Defense i : Independent farmers and half by working en the beautification of
things, but we do know the world '
v motor for short 'I' Stamps and Bonds" etc The j the our church grounds.
a trip
wedding TALLAHASSEE.. Ma21 -State I I lis at war and we know that many I' sugar corporation, which offers Attend
'urnlng to Okeraooee Sunday: promoter works through certain Superintendent Colin English has ''of our young men have been called j i to lease for $1 the sites fori all the services you possibly

', enlng. veteran organizations. In one Florida announced that Florida teachers' Into service and that many more i processing plants and operate them I Ii can Sunday, and let us make
Out-of-town Ill' 'uded thi town he used the ithout for this a special day of Thanksgiving
guen name of the examinations including the examination ; i profit the duration. In |
; are to be called. We know that our
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'It". of Orlando; I"! '1\\ ide's pa" and they were given a percentage certificate will be held July 2 and i and fed and furnished with guns I I Itlrst-of. .year processing plans, sweet V

-i's. Dr. H. C. McDf>: mlc! of Ni.s The local merchant Invests $2 and 3 In five cities Miami Bartow. and ammunition We are ready to potatoes should be planted Immediately Farmers Reduce Debts

::.'. Fla and MM II C;. McDsrd gets back 20 cents. Nail this promotion Gainesville. Tallahassee and De- make sacrifice I I upon conclusion of the ,
any necessary to accomplish
of Vidalla Oa. anu Mrs. Er..y .\ wherever you see it! Funlak Springs. those things I present vegetable harvesting season. By Nearly $2,000,000

,. F. Sll/Iter of OaUitM'llle: wi- The United States Treasury department I I Although the farmers' resolution 'I _
Under the war emergency plan If It takes my gas tires and sugar j
at house mother of Mi Bar'tlet.s i Is offering American |I found most of Florida's congres-. The fanners of Florida who have
I1 ,
for teacher certification, school of- to aid our boys In winning, I
.n-ernity In college. PI Kappa Alai school children the opportunity to sional delegation back home camI : loans through the Federal Land
,
flclals are authorized in an emer- will gladly contribute my share.
:: make a personal declaration I for Bank of Columbia have put a good .
of war I palgnlng reelection, Rep. Pat
aMrs. gency to employ teachers who score Yes, if it takes my pants, they can j .
Bl'tett! has Leer In Oke I against the Axis by signing a spe- I 1 Cannon replied that he would' share of their money Into debt retirement ,#0-
as low as 65 per cent on these tests. get them too on short notice. (I i
"iobee since her chl:<1. cot! and Is cial School pledge Every high j I "continue to exert every effort to | according to Julian H.
i( : Certificates will be issued to these would rather be a citizen of fiee1
stir: liked bv everyone She Is school and grade school student I speed the production of war re- Scarborough, president, who reports
persons for one sear only and only America, gaudily dressed up in my
,:laduate of the F'ylfo' Sate: Col I j who can understand what It means 'I i I I I qul ments." Senator Claude Pepper that for the year ending
the request of local officials shirttail than to be subject to a I
upon >
legs for Women, whir she was a will\ be asked to sign a special I | wrote that he would go into March 31 more than $1,900,009 had
Full information be obtained foreign power enjoying the best
member t/Ol"lc' PI i i school pledge The is may I been paid on these loans farmers .
U Alpha on .0rOI'I. ] pledge an the matter and that he would be I by
from the offices of county they have to offer), We can help
super
.)'. I-Vr work .s K 1'iic school: I attractive red white and blue card I 1 glad to "help any proposal that In this state.
intendents. our boys materially by producing a j I
T IMC.pervlsor In tn' Okeechi 8 by 11 inches which reads: I would benefit the growers and "In addition," Mr. Scarboroughsaid
)Dee schools has be-.i: otfatandlnt "To Every Soldier Sailor and I I Applicants for special certificates j genercus food supply, j farmers of Florida and which was a substantial sum has been
-d Marine Who I I and for war emergency examination I When we go to the local grocery handed to the bank In
> en'u ntly SU' ? fu'i< i Is Fighting For My truly designed :for their welfare." I future payment
Mr. Bartlett graduated from tht ,i Country." I I certificates must submit appll- |I store and buy a week's supply of I Meanwhile although the plantIng *. to be held for meeting loan

university or Florida and u connected "For you there can be no rest. I cation forms to the State Department I canned beans, peas, tomatoes, etc of peanuts required for the las- 1 Installments sometime In the future -

with the Farm Security *\u-1 i For me there should be no vacation of Education, Tallahassee, at 1 we are taking right out of the tic's manufacture can be delayed when the farmer may need

ministration of the U. S. Department '' .'rom the part I can play to help least one month prior to the exam- j I mouths of our fighting boys We until August agricultural expertssay some money to take care of his reg-
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of Agriculture. Mr. and Mrs win the war I therefore solemnly ina tlon. (j ji can keep a supply of fiesh vegetables that the planting of sweet potatoes ular installments. Future payments .
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Bartlett will make their home in promise to continue to buy United : V I' from the home garden practically should not be delayed much draw Interest for the farmer

Okeechobee for the present, aru | States War Savings bonds and i Woodrow Walker, who has been the year 'round and release beyond June 1. at the same rate he pays on his

their many friends hope that "the stamps to the limit of my ability, I'employed at Madison for the past ) the canned goods for the Army, A There is no shortage of seed loan,"
will last for long, long vacation ; little canning for home use is not Mr. Scarborough stated that
present" a throughout my summer two years, arrived home this week I since Mrs. Wedgeworth reports a
time and until our victory Is won." I and is spending the week here with a bad Idea. Right now, culled to- that the U. S Sugar corporation good share of the farmer's money

V* I The chairman of education dl- ;i his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. | matoes are being piled up in the ;has offered to make its seed beds Is also going Into farm repairs, de-

Miss Alice Bass Hostess :i slon. War Savings committee, no 1 Walker Sr. He will leave Monday || woods. Those culls make' good rel'ish. ,available to the independents. 1 tense bonds, and to meet costs of

I dcubt has received his supply of I for Camp Blanding, where he will green pickles and "pteka-Il1y V stepped up war food production

To Service Guild Tues. pledges, and they will\ be presentedto enter the United States Army.I I good eating, too." I I;| James '' He added that so far as Federal
Murrlel
the pupils this coming week. j I I At this time It is somewhat of I I Dalgneau, who Is land bank officials could determine
Miss Alice Bass was hostess to Every student should be Impressed an 'off' season for planting a gar- I 1, stationed with the U. S. Army at very little of the Increased income
i T. B. Ellis, well-known attorney Fort Benning, Oa will
the Methodist Wesleyan Service'with the seriousness of this pledge den. However, we still have time leave Sunday I! from farm products is going into
guild Tuesday night Constance and should be encouraged to take of Fort Pierce, spent Tuesday afternoon to grow beans, field peas, turnips, |I for camp after spending a 10I 1 land speculation which was the
in Okechobee attending to 'day furlough with his :
Finger gave the devotion entitled, this pledge home with him as a''' mustard and radish-and don't for-1''' parents, Mr. case during World War I.
Suffer Little Children to Come 'I' legal business. and Mrs. F. E. Dalgneau, at their
visual reminder of the obligation get the sweet potatoes (every The land bank president also
Unto Me." Mrs. Blanche Hunt he has assumed toward his count -0- household should have at least an iI /: home !in Basse= said that although land has Increased .
1 t Lucile Stello has accepted a poi j
save the program entitled, "The try's fight for victory and i I acre In this crop). Aside from be I somewhat In price, there
left for that
sltlon in Sebring
Children of Our Church W. R. Page chairman, i I ing a tasty table dish, it is good Mr, and Mrs. Carl Wise and are no signs of the fever which
Is at
During the business session it War Savings Committee.', place Sunday. base She employed I feed for the cow, pigs and horses.If little daughter, Peggyf of Wildwood brought on such a vast amount of

was decided that the circle would' V the Army air we do our part half as well\ spent several days of this speculation during the last war

disband meetings during the summer i The Okeechobee News Is In receipt I as the boys "over there" there Is week in Okeechobee as guests of V
Mrs. T. H Nix returned to her
months, but continue the of a letter from Fred Boro- I no doubt as to the outcome of the ; Mr and Mrs. B. K Padgett: LOCAL BOY ENROLLS

young people's parties and Olrl '; mel!, who Is stationed with the US. home here Saturday afternoon, at-I war. i i V
several last
Let spending days of
Scout activities. All circle members 1 Navy at Mayport Fla., In which 'II Okeechobee citizens have already \' MIAMI, Fla., May 21-Robert N.
week in Miami, where she visited STATE EMPLOYEES BENEFITBY
were urged" to pay up their I he says that he is getting along', I cooperated to the :fullest extent In Nix, 18 son of Thomas H. Nix, of It
her two sons who are attending the LEAVE OF ABSENCE LAW
pledges as soon as possible so that fine and likes the branch of service Riddle all proposed war measures and pol- | Okeechobee, has enrolled in theEmbrRlddle
aviation school at Embry
their obligation could be met I that he Is In. ides I know the farmers will not < I II School of Aviation .
school there I
promptly when due. flying fall In their "Food For Freedom" State employees who entered here for a course fitting for a partIn
The circle will send all old I i cream and cake were served to Mrs. I I program j military service before the '1941 I the nation's war effort In the
Lebo
church literature and magazinesavailable : Rhea Hunt, Mrs, Blanche Hunt, Rep. W. J. Hendry and E. V Leave of Absence law was enacted aircraft Industry. Young Nix, who

to the migrant center In i Mrs Evelyn Williams, Mrs. Mattie' were visitors who spent Wednesday where Subscribe For The New ere entitled to all its benefits At. I attended Okeechobee high school,

Pahokee. Lee McCranle, Mrs. Cauthen, Mrs. morning at Fort Pierce, torney General Tom Watson has Is taking a sheet-metal course,

The buslnesa session was then Essey Rampey and Constance Finger they went with commissioner.business before the $2.00 Per Year 1 advised J. T. Diamond, secretary to I' V

adjourned, and refreshments of Ice 'State Game I the state board of control. Subscribe For The NewsRobt. I



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THE OKEECDOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1942
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1 slipping aa we're working toward and wbi-rehy" the nliiliitlT la endeavor I NOTICE
carried on "as usual. Every possible The Observer Inn to 'inlet the title niriilimt von bind okcci'holiee ('Ullllt) FlorHiMiy
ltmlltltl'r( l'\tS 1 device is used In attempts to I Nippon." Remember your i'n rh of you, lo the follow Inn ilemrllnilIniiil I IN, Ion
the 10 per cent If you haven't already I 1) h'll' nnil belnir In okwhobeeI'D I :Nollei'1 'li hereby given that pursuant
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force power socialism u nly, Florida lo-nlt : In > throats of the public. Publicly- went. Buy War Bonds :Nidi of NK'4 of Ik'itloti 31. Klorlilu. AelN lint, known an the
(By Bill Page) and Stamps! OB1E. Tnnimblp 80 Hoiiih, ItmiKu :III) Eiml.llhiHM Murphy) Art. the following described .
the'' to
Published every Friday by owned power agencies continue .hiilii-e County Florida. laud In Okiwhobnt. County, Florida.
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho-) build duplicate unnecessary facilities "Everybody 10* Every Pay Day"LET 'I) hU In Iherefore' to i-iiiniiiuiiil you I Kill be offered for inle, at public outrv -
FUN -- nod each of you tu the your written <- for the hlifliont anti beat cash hid.
tee, Okeechobee County, Florida. In the face of grave shortagesof iiiienriinri'| | to mid'" bill of i-oiiipliilnt I Ktilijoet to the rltfht of the Trutfeei
essential metals and other ma \Vrll sir. if you want to have 111111IIlllllllIIllIIlIIlIIllmlllllllllllllllllmllllllllll! llllllllllllll11111111I1111I111[ ; with HIV Clerk of the above staled, of the Internal Improvement Fund to
Court UUIIM reject nnd nil blilH, at tin Court
all some fun and play an oldtlme I'uiiil nl bin oHIce In the any
BRYANT BOWDEN Editor terials. Plans to pool power resources it Itk,...'.hohi'e. tikeeeholiMCounty.. I lloime. nl 111 A. M. on the li.-iih I ilnv of
In order to produce maxi game: here's how: Just dust off Klorliln on he Ilth iluy of .liilj. A. U.I'M. .. June, 1IMJ KiiMeinent, for r a a it

mum output at minimum cost In thai old trunk that hasn't been I US PRINT '! .', nml that In ilefnult.. thereof 11 deree I right "f way 'no feet "' hlo nil) be .
pro ronfi'iHO will be entereiliKiilitHl reserved from ably parcel through
Entered as second class matter time and money are sabotaged by opened In years and scatter the you mid' each ...I''ou mid Hi** which there In mi ,exlatlnn State Itoad.NK"t .

July 1 1915, at the Post Office In fanatics whose ambition In 1\fe'' ankles i It contains all over the "nliilntllT\ nlloweil to iiroeii-d iimrte. 1 : oC N\t" %. ",'e. HI" Tp. :Ml.
YOUR NEXT ORDEROF (IT is 1I1'ltIlIlilt: : II I::ItlJ': Hint Ittti1.3: ('''"11I11I1r11l 40 Here
Ot chobee. Florida under the seems to be the destruction of this floor- and have a look at 'your' Illln nollcl' be |illl>lliileil| vnee each "I'rimleen of The 'Inti-rnnl Improv.iinene .
I
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. Industry and all It representsMr "treasure chest." week for four Hi '"".. I'VIvvii>kiIn (Kuiid nf The State of Florida.HOY ,
I 'I h,. okei eholiee New.. a iii'Mipuperof It. HAUI.EI1SON.
I Nelson spoke the plain truth I popped one open List week 11"1".1 Irrnbitlnii |IIIIKHMI| || | ,Ink I Agent Yrimteei I. I. Fuad.

i I But that all-out objective cannotbe that has not hal the lid pried / ei-llobee. Okeet'lloliee Cuillllv, l-'lor 4*. Iki'i-i'lnilii'C t'ouui)'. Florldii
I I liln' prior In the return diitv; hereof.
RATE
attained so long as political open since around 25, I amagI COMMERCIALPRINTING I IN VVII'.NKSS 1 II Ult Ul iK I bare AT STUD U. S. Government

In advance. $2.00 I are permitted to Ine. Everything bi-ruiiiito let lilY hiinil und olTli-lul seal l
One -- pressure groups
year Hilii I'III; ilnv, of Mnv. .\. I',. I'.MJ Remount stallion, "Moosehead"by :
Six! months In advance 1.00 snipe away at Industries which are was : Ill I1' It. KAI I U: 11""'. Mr Galahad (III). Light

Three months in advance .._ .76 I as essential! to war as the verv I all In ship Clerk nf Clri'iilt Cniirt.
Ikre'rhehe" i'mini ) Kloil'luA Bay, 1C hands, vvt. 1,100 Ibs.
guns and planes and ships used In I shapeandnot
I ,111I11111111I11111I111111111111111111111I11111I111I111111 111I111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIm Hue ropy : Quiet disposition Fee $10 payable
I combat. i a moth iiov it. UAI'U:iON: In advance. Tom Kirby,
bills payable on V In sight. ---- I'li'ik ol ,I'I 1 r"1I1I ('oiirl' of I
are
Adverting
I ilkin'bolii'i' ( 'iniittx I'lurlUii. ,mt-iili. Ft. Pierce, Il.i. 48-Slc
th? flr't of each month. Parties I RECORD OF AMERICAN: | Reckon s show ; Legal Advertisements I

nnknown to publishers! required to !MEDICINE"In that old i --- - ,
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bulldog briar
pay In advance. I
the short span of 150 years p s
pipe, 'way '
I :NO IKE OF AI'PLICATION
really short as history Is written k' down In the FOR TAX DEED Q From where I sit.
I
Reading notices In local columns American medicine has moved bottom of i.awi of lois .

lOc a line. Rates for dis- forward to a position of universally the trunk had a great deal to :Nnlll-l' In 'Ili'l-I'ln. IflvHI tlllll l Kill 1..1 ..
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recognized world leadership." said I'rpKi'iitr. bnlilpr nf 'I'm lYrlltti'iite N iI'l
play advertising furnished on ap- do with that :'II ,",,1 :tr,, IHHH..I\ I lip lit llh duo

plication.' ria if'ed! advertising: 2e: John M. Pratt of the National Phy- t test, out ot the top till IIf July Nitvcinlipr. .\. I' lti'17:\ H*. him bfl Joe Marsh
each word each Insertion. All I sicians' committee for the extension I Oll'd lame In mv office ; tint made application t. 'r
('omesI.'s: old watch with the for a Tax Deed to be luued ,
Items retarding enterprises con- of medical service. In a recent I long chain to go around the thpn-on. Kiild Certificate embraces the 'r

luctPd for profit are chargeable I talk. "It has provided a more effective following dpirrlhed property In the VBENEVBB I hear n' --t antibody I mention this story about OaJ
neck hang down and get
and County 101 Okeecbobee State of Flor- big family I lit:..: or Dud Honking because it's something:
,t advertising rates. I t I and more widely even- lila' to-wit : haTing a
II ly distributed medical care than caught on everything Imagin 1\,'". r,ill vil I.. :X nf SVV cor iii2S. and Ma lIo "'ns. The lloskin had like what I understand the beer

I has ever been provided anywhereat able. Then that plu.h box con run .: S''O yAs. N M.1 yd* W "JO thirteen children. Industry doing to regulate itoehT.
X ii'i| yds In Hi'ir. lives,
1 taining; beads, combs and eardrops 4i's.
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG any time Tup. 3:. "lI'p. m T> IIITPII nnil I *
weren't bad bunch of kids
long strings, short M\\4 They a ,
HiItlil: MH| :N nf "-101'. "( Sni
"1 pledge allegiance; to the Hat "It was only yesterday-as timeIs strings, green (strings, red l'run I,: '.' 'il viln. :X 111.1 .,,1.. VV by and large but it seemed one As I see it, most of the beer industry -
when cholera and .'.'0 yels.l :N I''.;t t1I1.| W1) Ida > the other of them would behaves itself all
of the United State of AmerIca measured or always perfectly
mixed colored
strings strings, .
,
1115IH.: | la ".It.. Sees \2', Tivp .11;
and to the Republic for smallpox marched unchecked back pearls, lanjnay they looked KinT'.j: '" sires : bud 1U> /. NKmr be having a fuss with the neigh- right bat every now and then

which It stands: One nation Indivisible and forth across continents killing cf "sK'i: if nwi I.|. run M 14nln. : ben, or would break a window I guess, a retailer comes along who
like ) large beads, small ,
pearls '
VV nth \ Io. .V |YIiln.. K: Jjn
with liberty and j fus half the populations of vast areas beads. A tiillcrtion of beads yiln. SIM. i's. '1'11'r.: ,. KKH :'W 7 playing baseball, or came other bid runs a place that isnt; up to

tlce for afl." and wiping out entire towns and 'llrrpl. trick. Kept Dad and Ma mighty scratch sort of like a waywardkid.
that would make !Seminole
a 'Ihu nnKi'MNiiiPiit uf mid property under -
busy all the time. .
villages These dread killers have squaw envious and I don't ulil Ortlfli'ate Issued wu In the

been checked. During this periodof iiniiii' at Siimiitithn inliThlll, Rat: So like Dad Hoskins' family, the
mean perhaps ruriillni' (,II11t Km: : nml l.i'lltlii\
EVERYBODY'S WAR 150 years typhoid fever dip- 1'.11'.P.l'nlesa. One day Dad got a bright Idea. brewers and beer distributors

theria, diabetes tuberculosis per- Ear bobs, broaches, side 1 inlil OrtlUc-ate shall lit re- He called the whole family to- have united together in an industry
This Is everybody's war and combs and back combs. One ih'viiipil arcunllnv in Inw property de-
gether for a special meeting at the telf-regutation to
must finance It. nicious anemia. and a score of les- x-rllipil therein ihHll he Hold to thehighest program
everybody help
large Spanish back comb took
dinner table. help the authorities "cleanup
door
ser ailments have been made to Milder nt the Courthouse proper
That U the gist of a recent statement my fancy a genuine tortoiseshell un the llrst Monday In tbe month ofJulv. or close up" offending retail
yield to the science and skill of nhlih tin Hill dot "I l lMilt.
by Secretary of the Treas- back comb about 10 Inches l'i4J. I. He told them he WM tired of place

ury Morgenthau In which he the American physician Actually in height and inlaid In pure ,' lobed. I'.MJ llil. 'Nl ,day nf Mm.I IIM.\ checking up on them all the time.

pointed to the need for Increased during this short period the life gold. (1.\ beautiful thing, with ROY It. KAULERSOX, He said he thought they were old The brewers, who want to protect

individuals United span of man has been doubled. In I'lprk Circuit Court ofOkwhobpe enough now to check up on them- beer's good name cooperate
of
purchases by clusters of grapes and golden County, .'lorllla.I'lr,1t .
wisely with the authorities who
1790 the life expectancy was 35 ehres. The older children would
4)t1) 2
I'oiirt Seal
States Savings bonds. ( )
leaves) really a work of art. enforce the laws.
it Ls 62 These 'watch .the
years-today years V ;younger one. They
During the next year said the It was bought in San Francisco -
achievements are without parallel would have meetings every M S a e
secretary the nation will probablyhave 'way back In-and I really XU'llnI'PIICATIOS: FORT
In the history of the progress of often and hand out rewards or From where I sit that's a iota
A" DEED
to borrow upwards of $33000- believe It was smuggled In from
punishments.
mankind t.RWi of IOta: thing for the brewers to do .
000.000. And then he made this :Mexico and was at one time
Such facts are the best possible .'("Ih', U hereby (given Hint julnnp particularly when you realize t*< '
pertinent observation:: "If the government I tribute to American medicine'sachievements. the property of some fair ladyof I I'"' IloMiiliivniiiil holder\ of Tax Ortl- Well It idea but the after all they're really not re.sible .-
Is compelled to go to the I Montezuma's regime. Unite .Nog I'.lsn! 1111,1I', :\. leaned the was a crazy
I And. at the same nth' day if .\111/11.1. A. 1>. 1'IL'li. bun kids liked it and they started be. for retailing conditions.
commercial banks for the bulk of I old soiled
Next
pick an
time thev are the best possible argument up filed. XIIIMC In in.v, office': hat maile upplli'Htloii having better thai they seer had
these funds the result will be to ; I Bull Durham tobacco bag"What's fur a 'I'nx, Hi'pil to lie l"Siirdthereon.
against any chinge In our Mold (Vnllli'iitp einhrucei the before. The Idea worked and Dad 1tla
increase Inflationary tendencies. I medical system that would regiment I this, :Ma?" It was ra- follow ing ileiicrllieil property in Die finally M get a little tune foe J hi aI.lIeU. 80e :

which are already serious. socialize or otherwise dis- tier heavy Oh yes, a collection Count. lewitLnle uf 'Okeeihuhi'p. StilfK nf Florlilil .

When bonds are purchased with I rupt the practice of medicine In 1 of old coins I had long ago 1.ti. 11 'nail' 12. Husk 174.

savings out of current Income on forgotten that I owned. That I'Iix llf (IliHI'l..iHllll'C
mediI
kind of -
the other hand such savings helpo I cine this country.is private Our medicine. Under It I I gave me a good hour of remembrances der 1'be'uR..ument laid Certificate of laid Issued property was In un the No. 41 of a Series wnnA4.194:, Brrm4 lad ury Fmndftitm

: reduce excess consumer Income I free to (old quarters, old mime "f I, II ll.ilii'rts.ni and Mnr
the patient is completely .
jvhlch If spent for a limited sup- select the doctor of his choice. II halves, dimes, nickels and pl'n.nle fret KxliMI'nli'ss: mid, Certificate. shall he redeemed -- -- -

ply of consumer goods, would tendto There Is no compulsion-and a doctor' >s.1)) Old pennies (marked according to law property d.-

force prices up. It Is for this one penny) not one rent andas icrlhcd therein hall he mid to the highi r T -
success is not dependent on \ >.r hldiler .t the Courthouse door on e
reason among others that we are his political affiliations. That Iste large as our quarters today) tin float Monday In the month of .

wing directly to the people for as medicine which has : I'nited !States 'half dimes' and .lilllr VIIJhlih! l I. till' tat dill of .
kind of .Jiinn I'.HJI \ .
:nudh. as possible of the money given the American people the I. :3-cent pieces face value of I'.11 ,'d,I lido 'llh' il.iv, of .1prli.|' 11IIJpny \ : I

leeded for the war"The standard of health only a few dollars {creditors, |u. ll.vrl.KRSOV
finest average Clerk flrciilt Court of
banks cannot do It alland.n en earth. take notices but worth a great Okeerhulire fniinty. Florida

the Interest of a sound national Military authorities are said to I deal to me. I I II 'hi lilt\ I I'a"1't ",._111 fl| | I r, I' .rxi t y- y -
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should not do It all, I
economy they I l'ellpl'e that Hitler' has the men '1 lien a large white tissue- ,
:Noritr \ITLICATIOM FORT
.,'en If they could. It Is the plain ;
nnrt equipment for one more grand paper package comes out of the \\; DIED
iluty! of everyone out of self-Inter be clusters of I...... of IBM:
offensive If that offensive can I old liimk. Oh gills .
Vi'llipn\ hi'ii'liill, LII thnt llo-i I I''
est( if for no other reason to put beaten thev reason the Fuehrer ; (Cw'L' transformations, rats, 1', 'nl're. lii.ldiT\ ill1 T-ix Vrtllliiiti' \ i
every possible dollar Into the bonds OHO and, ire issued HIP ilth day "f .''in.V .
!
will be on the way to eventual, defeat and all the accessories ti> makethe
enemies I II I'.i-T.\ : hue flli',1 mime In mv 'i i
which pay for fighting our and disaster. That Uvwy pompailor of jesteryearand fire hue made nppTlratlon\ for a Tax
Mr. Morgenthau recommends a I heed t HP Imiiml therpiin. Said Crrtlllratp
"
every effort Is now being given; to still a most beautiful
.vide extension of the payroll sav- pinlirnpps the following dpsrrllipil
Russia with everInI I hue. I would
supplying an chestnut brown |iroppptv In the County IIII l
.ngs plan for bond purchasing. Under c-ieasing stream of the implements I sav these are a total loss now, OUppehubpe. Stale of Florida to-wit
It, you simply allot a definite! I .I..U. s and !11 i. VVilulii'i, 'Inl\ Vildltlon.
of war Hitler mut break RussiaIf I or else they will have to be .

part of your salary for bonds, pre- he Is to win his global war. The sent to the dyers and be re 'I'IIP imni'i iiiPiit nf Hold property unIIT __..
budget for food tax- unlil C'prtlfli-Btn lulled was In flip -
cisely as you ; ,
Russians complete! confidentof and
conditioned.
seem I Yes even an nniiip nf IH.' 1'u',,rre. nm
es, and everything else. Time 10 their power to stop him If the old red flannel suit of under- I'nli'H mill rvrtlflpate shall ho rflppmpd ..
short now-and it's to all of usu according to law property de-
up I receive adequate equipmentV wear [anyone want to hire a I cIiJe '
rlhcd '
thprvlu shall he sold to the
bonds limit Lit
the absolute
: buy to i
I I II Santa Claus"1Then ) lilehi- Mihlpr, at the Courthouse door \ & III
:'f our financial abilities. "n HIP fli-xt Monday In the month of .
- I I II 'way clown In the bottom -IMm'. I'Mwhlih In HIP lot dot 01

V I of the trunk :Ma pulls out June I'M.! AIR ; _
liiih'il this .jlh tint of .V.rll| ini:
SOCIALISM: "AS USUAL""Until LIBERTY UMEfflCKS my old band suit-cap and all. ROY It. liAUI.ERSON,

final victory Is achieved, I A fine piece of tailoring or Clerk Circuit Court of CONDITIONEDDependable
Okepi'hnhe County Florid : :
all of this nation's vast resourcesof choice white flann?! cloth, all (Cln-iilt CiMirt Si'iill 4141l

men materials and machines I IIt trImmed In purple, with a big V gpmp11I .

must be directed to the productionof I No. ",Z. Atlantic City, B.P.O.E." l I'll 1IIK: IHOTKKr ( fit KT IIITllh: ,
Ii I ITI.I) "T 1.'r h: C Fog Till: ,I
an ever-Increasing quantity of i on the cap. That was when I Ol'TllrKN: I>I "THKT OF ".fllI.

'.\ ar materials at an ever-Increas 4I. had an old I. 'on Healy and Ill \.-\IIVMI. IMVIMIIN.Nn. Service
|
Donald M Nelson silver cornet In the Elk'sband. IIMII-vlHnkriiitpy
ng speed said played In the Matter of I I Ia'lr

head of the War Production Board I. Of course I had to tryIt }: : :Ilt.tnM IHI.MN.VI.K: I IMS- Low Fares I
TKM'T. I'l-ililiMii'r 1I i iIn
recently. "There can be no com- t. an-that 1'1. the coat and cap. I (rrni-tM-iUuvM Kor H ri>iiiinMlll"ii II

promise with the achievement of -no chance to squeeze Into the I in ji I'uMli- lii'litur.NO I

likea I K K: "t.I'I.t: \L Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE all Florida ;
hls objecthe\ Everything else Is trousers. The coat fitted :MiTM'K' : IS 111.:IWI' lilVKN: Ihn Travel via to

secondary to this purpose" straight jacket, the sleeves II. \\'. Ki'lli'.t' : IN'tinni Tltiin : Itpinitn and the North.
M. Tltiiii nml, Mt, '1'11110. h .linn. i
That about 45 degrees too short. And -,ph"u % '
unquestionably representsthe
I' Tltun. Hii-lr liiiiinll bid I I.HIHIJauiPS "
point of view of the great majority did I lutk swanky In that whiteCap C. Titus n. mii'li' (:iiiiirilliin ..I i N.'t "eu"" 1
.\ b.OKEECHOIEI 1.40 AM 2:10: PMAr.
I.IIPIII : (:"Ihll'l'o'nll and Tudor
of Americans In public life with a black'I lr and all Wnll. 'lipri'liv' Julnilv anil 1 se'v.'ralui' III'| TAMPA . leIO: AM us PM Costs Less thin Driven
and private life alike. But It ap- trimmed, In purple! 1"111! ID HIP Tnlri'd Kinli.. ri mi 11' Ar. LAKELANO . ':\\0 AM 1:50 PM
Court of fur tinKlllh cli' Ar. ORLANDO IUO AM 7.45 PM 0.. bu"
parently does not the In the meantime. :Ma comes .Vpipiil| '
represent ult. from I in' liili'i-liiriilorv' linn- Ar. JACKSONVILLE 1:11 PM 11:45 PM way Trip
point: [ of view of some men In gov- : out of the trunk with a large I'liiillriiihiir I'lnn nf ('iMiipi'nlilitii n Ar. TALLAHASSEE 4-4S PM 12:59 AM MIAMI S 2.10 S 4.10JACKSONVILC
u\ Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:21 PM 1:10 AM '
t'rnment110 seem to be bent on square pasteboard folder. It's Aiupiiili'd.11142. pntpri'il lii'ri'ln April 4.40: 7.15:

a.tatnlnj: ideological: ends at any Said a Boy Scout named o'ip passport of many years ago. ('.1-1 iV.: \VAI.THN k ""'..11IIMIII' ,. b. OKEECHOIEE 4:40 PM 10:45 PM TAM'A. 2.30 4.11 \
'II' Ar. JACKSONVILLE 3.45 AM ':11 AM IAKILAND 1.90 3.30151Cr
cost-Including actual Impairment Anthony Gray Was that a 1lurhIy! ; picture n> 'MIU\ .KII\ \1'\1 far AI'I"'IIIIII.'|i'IIS Ihn ORLANDO 2.10 4.50

c; war production. I on (he front-:Ma's on the back. uf ronniii'l.I'llKHV. CONNECTIONS Ar JACICSONVUU, rAUA TALLAHAUII '.6S 10.20
"Gee whiz-about all I can HAUff AND SAKI CITY WITH O""HOUND tuNES LU' CITY ..as sssPOR
'
Prime that Is found The the back looked all \hl r"s's
example of one on
NOUN AND WilT
AU POINTS
Wllllllll, A Splllll.MllliT ATLANTA '.31 11.05
In the treatment of the electric I pay right( but the one of myselfwas VViilt.inViij MACON 7.11 12.90 '

power Industry. This Industry has Is a dime at a time sure a "honey." Hard tote :\ v.i rnNitrpM iinliiiliiir.Mlninl $.uthb.und-0elnp VALDOSTA '.31 See
KlnrliliiIV b. OKEECHOBE& . 4'40 PM 10.45 PM RIRMINONAM .50 1'.10
riven the United States the cheapest ; For Savings Stamp, but II whether It was man or V-- Ar. MIAMI a.50 PM 2:10: AM NSW O.UANS 11.20 20.20

the best and the most extensive bonst. tiee, 1 looked funny Ith TIIK IIKCIIT fOl'KT OF Tilt CHICAGO 11.05 32.50
I 1'tnGoing :MM .11 KM I VI. ( IKCI IT. IV lI.rur"' NIW PORK CITY 16.00 2....
service on earth. It is that mustache
power VMI KlK OKrK'IIOBHI Ol N Lv MIAMI . 1000 AM 200 AM
t.rlnjcntly regu'.atod: b.i stay .virt I to own a Savings ThenI'ay down In the bottom 'l'\ II.OIUHV. IN ('I1\>i{'Kllcoxs : \'. Ar. OKEECHOSE& 2:10 PM 5.40 AM

federal agencies. It U one of the Bond some day I'' left-hand corner we found! : OTTn.\Tr.n XAVAI.: HTHKKA

nation' largest and most depend- the old' embroidery hoops anda 'n41'S it Kli.rlil:" inrpiiriilliiii. I I T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION

able taxpayers. It has the vast : couple of ancient knitting PlalntllT.TS. .

background of experience and .o your prank vtD help ncc'dles. Of all things' they f
1'I. VV.U'lllHt. PI| al. 1
trained personnel which is PSIPIVM'' t. .rl.. d.f..t the Ail. would have to be in the bottom ih'ondmtts IIITII. LIS

to the swiftest possible power expansion I ... th.m mat bar V. .. of that trunk. Well anyway :\ K'TO tl'I'hVH: ,
TO TIn: lE1 }::Ni.1''IM." t.nnd 1.1:0-\:
in the sharpest: pusniblc Stamp .*.d Bond. that Is what :\IaI as look- I .lDIJMIN.. whoa" plnl'C of r.II ,

time. And as any schoolchild ing for In the first place andI ml Irpmi In ('11'" of Mnlnti, 'I> ,
ri'iiiluinv. 'Nhrollur",1, 11 '.-11 i
I kncws. electric power Is indispensable I am sure glad we had a "look- iVIIh IMrliiliili' I'll IIP" ClinlTi.... .\rl. ,

to> Industrial\ : production for ---VI see' at our ancient strongbox.Now sea : iiKtsn: AIU'MSON:'>; HF.CKB
I 111""'" hy lifr liiKliiimU .\ ':II'\t
both nr and peace. I :Ma h knitting sweat: rs 11I1:11'h"! : ( ." 1111 Hiof rp'Mi!!'

But U this great Industry which i, for the soldiers. mid I inldrpim'.. In Ituute :Ni I >I I'I' .
ii '\1 1I. I
14I Vvi'iiup. Chiilhiini Ni-w .li-rnt
represents human ingenuity and I l\ ''t. ... Mow about taking a look In .' v v |:\iuiixiiv.' wll' a. .1

human achievement at its best en- .i.-.j, HitS your ell:I trunk and see how ",'.1',''-'''''. nnil nillfH' U I'm'. "'I I IIi i irnnv
Third TroluliiK "" "
1!
courag d to do everything it can 'O'Ir"' mu"h fun and how many sur- \1.lu"! | Hpwlnl/ Trnlipn J F. Veitl I It

to expend Its facllfiea and generate i ., --: .r't':' .T'ses you will have. Write ne ,'r. :North I'nrollna
) ....rti_ l. ';1 Interest.lrw \ ..n HIM) ".h "' ell "r' ...1' m.
'Or make
the greet additional qvinUUw about it-It may that n0111 uf d'liip'iilnt, bin l h."< i'' n'iBiiliut '
of power that a 111 be needed In ttfuturtt .;TrAII DSk5"1I \ reading, yiiu In the iiiinvp" pnilili'il, >I'
,i" ,. ot the. 'MiTk ,1 "n I'I'
In the !" ,
it li not. Instead, the ""- WrU, fc* a-wini! your 1'iilt diim of tKMK-iinhp c'ouiiti FI"

: nCf" campaign t) aotia&M U ti F. 5 -O'uie sayit "The .h:. a>tf Mil IIf Ol:_hiilipi'. Kliirliln \Iii



MAY 22 19U TilE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE THBEl

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The 'Chobee Bugler a M Gilbert OKEECHOBEE Theatre




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FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR WEEK ENDCfO

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'CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF for Mayor of Okecchobee in the I those who amuse themselves with
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not-too-far future. That's why he the contents of this ok In

EDITOR .......................... ........... ....... .............................. .. WINIFRED CROUCH the Scrapb FRI. & SAT.
is so friendly with all the girls and years to come will enjoy it half

ASSISTANT EDITOR. .. ................ ... JUNE CHESHIRE women In town-he wants them .to as much as we've enjoyed settlmt AIHE FATE J\CK OKIE
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BUSINESS MANAGER .. ... .................. .. ALICE DONALDSON "politic" for him. up the mateilal and assembling! it wr

SPORTS EDITOR ........... ...... ....-...................... MARY MCLAUGHLIN Too. "Patchie," dear, I've heard It Is not too late to make your JOHN PAYNE

CLASS EDITOR ....... .. ..... ... ........................... .... LILLIAN LEITNER that Joe and Doris don't have "up"a contribution to the picture collection -In-

CLUBS EDITOR ................... .. ESTELLE SANDERFUR special friendship! at all Maybe yet so If you have any vju'd "The Great
that just rumor probably like for others tj PI101'II'e!
was a
SPECIAL EDITORS BOWDEN
LAVENA HARDEN, MOLLY .. American Broadcast"also
I nothing to It at all But we're and turn thorn in (not }tat" 'har

Just a-hopin', 'cause they were next week -

Voice of the Student Billy G.: "Mr Durrance, If you'll 1 klnda a cute couple. ---- HIE \\EA\ER imos.

give nickel John Neff will Imitate -
us a
Have noticed the new friend-
you A who lived in -In"Mountain -
"
TO CM5C. postman
hen.
a and RlA
ship between Lucille Baker .
"Brautlflcatlon Mr. Durrance: "You mean he can Mary Ellen Walker? Well here's a 1 V" : New Haven Moonlight"Added

of School Grounds"I cackle like a hen?" hint-we think It's all because of \- .7DAYS i ij'afEF Said-Millions* of people -

I am writing this editorial on Billy! fin( disgust) : "Naw he Lucille's young and goodlookinguncle are eavin', CARTOON

the beautification of our school wouldn't do a cheap imitation like
who's Just come to town, ,[They've bought Bond

ground because! some of the most that. He'll eat a \\'olm.0 ." Now I fear I have to make a OY 7 galore,

Important things that will help little correction to the Filth column -
To help win the war,
beautify our school I SUN. & MON.I .
grounds are
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Gerald: 'How about a little kiss? of last \\eE'k-wlth apologiesto ...,......,....... .., .. Old
And keep our Glory
-not to throw paper from candy, It wasn't : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;":":" : : ': ;" :":":' ; I RED As'r.\IRE
'cause
Walker
Kathryn: "No I have scruples. Martha -
y wavinY
.till
fudge-cycles etc., on the ground Gerald: "Well, hats all right- the Marthas entertaining soldiers, .\ IIIYUORTH

The trash can 1 is probably Just a I've been vaccinated." but Martha S. and Molly B.
K. E. STELLO '
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few steps away or Just around the Too, I hear that Molly's afraidto Tow Wl pool AM
-0- v.S,Sarin(0....or Stamp
corner. "You'll Never Get Rich"also
with the Theta Beta' l
go camping : Real Estate Broke t
Don't pick flowers on school "Native"A Registered to At row......... C c o.o
club this! week-end for fear the sol t x'' -,

property without permission from i! guide showing a lady througha diers might come to town again ',' .;.,;..;..;. 1- tmUflSubscribe
teacher zoo took her to the kangaroo'scage M\R(1I OF TIME NEWS
the
or principal. '
I Yes, yes It happened! A couple :
t REAL ESTATE AND a i \KTOON
Help keep the school room as weeks ago we told you that Miss" :: .
clean 'Here madam," he said, "We : --- -- -
as possible. Morton i nicknamed 'Sugar") when i INSURANCEOkeechobee Special Defense Trailer

If you have plenty of flowers at' have a native of Australia"The I fora X l

your home and if your mother Is : visitor stared In horror. rationing certain sugar-was occasion. Well saving, we up think :,r' ,."..",,".-' }.I' :; For Tic N1 e "Safeguarding

willing, bring some to school to "Good gracious!I" the said. "And that was Tuesday night 'cause she t 7 Military Information"

,brighten up the room. to think my sister married one of 11 was seen In a car labeled with a :sti!: Fla ;::1;: .
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Don't run and slide In the halls them! and the ...,,. ,. ,.,,.. J $2.00 Per Year
,
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and crowd and I WED THURS.
push In the lunchroom -
"young, tall, dark and handsome"
Safe"Chester I ,
"Play --- -- --
was a stranger to the everseeingeye. ml'TGRUU.E DON .\:\IF.'JIEIn
-A Oiil Scout. : 'Believe me If my wife
Too, not so long ago she was
--V i Alice) scolds me for coming homeso I TIRE NOTICEWe -
seen riding with aOldieI' In a red
"A Word to the Wise" late I'm going to tell her a convertible! coupe. What we're "MOON OVER MIAMI"also

There has been much discussion thing or two!" j I wondering Is why we've not a-been now have all sizes Recap Rubber in -
Jack C "Don't do it! Tell her
About starting school at 8:30: a.m., one thing: and stick to It." a-hearln' about this before stock and can give prompt service. Get a Cer- : "PASSING \R\DE"
'I
and I believe every pupil has stated It looks like that "old flame" has
tificate from local Tire Rationing Board I
-o"Says -
-- -
your -- -
his or her opinion on It, I am not been rekindled between Teddy and '

talking to the ones who are In fav- I lie!" I If Nettle. We hear they've been a- and we'll!) recap your tires in one of Florida's COMING-

or of starting school at 8::30, but to First Angel" : "And how did you I seeing; a Treat deal of each other a- best plants-eignc' years experience.
here?
get "Ball of l re"
those who do not favor the new f late

schedule. Second Angel: "Flu" I Believe me. no gasoline 'means'no Tire & "The Little Foe: ,"
-0- I Humphries Retreading
The reason for starting school Cause and Effect Joy riding, Thus, that means "Straw bciry Blonde"Sunrise

earlier Is that we are at war-and little romance or filth to'I'lte r
wins Dear Tom: "Come tomorrow evening CompanySouth : v V VK" ? .
cooperatiin wars. The lack abou'-so I'll be a-seein' ya.
Is at home, but
of cooperation shown In this school sure. Poppa Yours-"Patch," Dixie Highway Ph. 139 Fort Pierce ------------
he Is laid with a sore foot.
up very
shows that few people realize that .
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See-Mary." V I "'" >- X )oX : :-.
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we are at war.
Dear Mary: "I can't come tomorrow -- The Senior PlayNext
There are Just two reasons why

most pupils clout like to start evening of I'm father's laid up sore on foot.account !HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOURS ? j TheatreFORT

school at 8:30: In the morning. The your" Thursday night, May 28
See?
Tom.
first Is that they want to stay out you will have your last opportunityto HOW DO YOU SUPPOSE HERFAS1 RiRiRPRfj1DE>li PIERCE

late at night and the second Is -0- see the senior class of 1942 in YJEWt GOING 70 RAISETHISMONEf.HENW IF WE MARE EYEg'f PAxDAY -- ----

that they are just too lazy to get Poor Example I real action, as they will present the ? ABONDDAYYrECANCOIi.I

up. It Is true that a few who live Dad reprovingly) : "Son, whenGeorge I I play entitled, "The Gentleman Today & Saturday

In the country have to get up earlier Washington was your age j from Hongkong," a comedy ol detective I
he was already a surveyor: I II Doubts Featurr.
I
I
but they can go to bed I life In three acts.
CI'ller.I Son: "I know Dad, and when he
.....: The main thing Is sleeping The characters have been chosen / / / ff :MARLENE DIETRICH
was your age he was President
i when you sleep: ; carefully, and they've worked har'1 JOHN W\YNE '

We can afford to sacrifice a little R.S.V.P."How -0- and long producing this play Sr \\DOLPII .COTT

Jor our Country, so let's all be patriotic don't fall to see it! Remember, -In-
are the fish In then parts?
and cooperateA 8 :ir
Thursday night May 28. + dNr
Piked the tourist r "THE SPOILERS"also
High School S'udent.: o'clock, at the school auditorium\
The red-faced angler looked up
V and the admission jiiarge 1 is is -
with a sigh: "Well said he, "I real-
Camera Club NewsA cents for children 35 cents to: t Lo WILLIAM: HOLDEN
ly can't say. For a meek I've dropped -
adults. CLAIRE TKF.VOR
them a line each day but so
These are the people you'llon >c" GLENN LORD
meeting of the Camera club far I've had no reply."

was held Fildny afternoon. May 15 -0- the stage. -in-

at the home of Harry Paul Qieen- "Not Foreign"Moe Leslie Cheshire Boyd Oani"i "TEXAS"Sunday

berger, after school.! : "Who's the girl with the Winifred Crouch Sophia Shedtl!

We discussed "a club song.", A French heels?" Nettle Pearl RlgsbeeI F 4A '; i C I Ij .. ----

report on "Why I Want to Join the Joe "She's my sister, and those I June Montgomery & Monday

; Camera club" was given by Joe Un- guys ain't French! Albert Berka Andrew Tonkins
GL'OUOE
Alice Raulerson Bcnita Byron RFTPAT
derhill. Other new members were -0-
, Gene Elledge Ke Vims OBIUEN
Virginia Parkerson and Gladys Be- "No! By Cum!"
Ricardo Revell J. O. Wolff JANET BLUR
1 \1111'. Aunt Minnie was taking her first I .
Mary McLaughlin peclly Saraja I -In-
called It to vote \
After haling a trip on a train. when the con-

we decided to have another dance ductor came through the car and Lavena Harden EHn Joy "BROADWAY"Tuesday
Gerald LeathermanJohn
-
Friday May 22. called for tickets, Auntie readily '
Henderson -- ----- -- 1
----- -
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Joe Underhill, hers A few minutes later
gave up
D C" Star
V -CoiftMjr ,
i Assistant Reporter the train boy coming through : & Wednesday

V called, "Chewing gum!" I RECITAL RANK MORGANKATHRYN_

I GIRL SCOUTS I II "Never! cried Aunt Minnie,

i bravely "You can take my ticket ': Under the direction of Mrs GR4YSO.Nin

,I the Girl but not my gum!" Merle Bartlett Misses Perilee Hunt -
On Tuesday, May 19
Scouts had their regular meeting. V Sylvia Snell and Betty Barber gavea THE POCKETBOOK The Vanishing Virginian

musical recital Tuesday night
I'
Some pictures'were made of Girl 'FILTH COLUMN'Dear
May 19. A good assembly of persons ey
Scouts for the Scfapbook I of KNOWLEDGE
enjoved' this program. Tpw s :
Those attending were "Josie"Berka "PatehleSince ": Thursday
The stage WAS decorated so attractively -
"Teenie" Hunt, we ain't got but a few i
"Bubby"I I that It was a treat Just BARGAIN DAY22c
Culbreth, "Millie" Phelps more days of "drudgery," I'll try rI

Loutham, "Babs" Moore, "Shorty" to give you all the "filth" I can, to see It. The decorations consist- 12 I:
Calla and Easter
I cd of baskets of .
Trumble, Mlnermo" Parkerson, and more, too. '
fern, and candelabra 't
i lilies and a
"Polly" Oreenberser: a visitor, Virginia What Is this we hear about J, p \2 \ Double Feature
of 16 tapering candles lighted by
'Hutto Ada Jane Cason and taking Cecelia away from Johnnie ',
Ernestine Hunt. I' THE ANDREW SISTERSIn
1 Miss Finger. Friday night We hear he done a i I with several ( \ J:;

1 The meeting was called to order I pretty good Job of It too. Is ItO, The program began r -
: played by Sylvia
two-piano pieces
patrol leader pro tern -Jd;:
by our Percy? "WHAT'S COOKIN'
and Perllee, followed by a one-pi
"Giner," and "Shorty" lead In the' How Is 'Butch" and Esther get- i I
ano piece played by Betty Barber __ -alsLJC"E -
Fla'l Salute! was giv- Butch SwpsAas'ADa9uerA
devotion The ting along lately? We hear /.
Still other numbers were rendered ,p $: W MQVel WAOeAae Age
en and we sang "The Star Spangled still likes her. What about It, I I -I (; ..OW'IRf.Tf!>WIIMASPNA/r" ,\ FAME JOHN PVVNE:
and Betty Q WNONN010TtNRcNAOe' ""'
by Perllee, Sylvia Betty. ;
repeated our RAC.
Banner Then we Butch? "Great American
I two solo numbers "Just A- s N a..r,... wNaN 1Na -1IQ1'Oa
sang
motto, promise and laws. I hear that the recital last TUes- .. -.'I.. / .. ti. AAt WR. )
Wearyln' For You" and "One ...'\"I; ,-,.". d. ; .._ '" ...... Broadcast"
'. We had our election of officers day night, given by Betty Sylvia Mrs. Bartlett @NI --
I accompanied by
for May June and the followingwere and Perllee, was really a "knock- Song i>etje AIRMAN
had to and PLANT WILL SOON BeTURNING / n. +++++++++++++?+?++++++++
elected. out and to think I go OUT A BOMBER'rvrfynvo 'fO'lPUllrt, ,
An arrangement of "Old Man curiviorJVK8CKANT" +
"Ginger" Culbreth patrol leader."Mlnermo" miss It. I'se sorry I saxes MIP, i
,
trio Perl n
River" was sung by the OHff CCMAVAKIHA /
Parkerson, scribe."Josle" number of people around here I
A I succaaprv'" -
lee, Betty and Sylvia, accompanied ," U4lNd, A..
Berka, treasurer. are wondering If Joe Underhill and j1f
by Mrs. Bartlett The last number I + 7 d'TecNN1RdC''f
'Millie' Phelps wrgeant-at-arms I .ViOlly Boeitger had fun holding I +. t I I u
was a two-piano selection-one II DEFENSI
"Shorty" Trumble reporter. hands In the show the other night. 00NOwep g 7
II/t, I ,
(
played by Betty and the other by 1NtAtXQMO3 e
Girls were urged to get as much That's pretty much a public place fit.t t .
Mrs. Bartlett,
leadfoll as possible separated from for hand-holding Isnt It Joe? I real *-_
The entire program was a .
the paper this week.A I've been a- hearln' some pin'
treat to the audience and we wantto
(
was plannedfor Parkerson and Joe
swimming party about Vlrginld
Mrs. Bartlett an "orchid"for
Saturday afternoon and then Underhill Maybe It's wrong about gee her 11aI'd'ork In training BUY

most the Girl Scouts went to the
of and Molly.
Joe j i these girls, but she was wearing t tJ
nvuls recital at the school auditor- Is disap-
: Billie Anderson very orchids so she was presented wish' rg UNITED
him while others went to theirhomes pointed now that he does not receive -
a large bouquet of roses by Ernes- STATES
those notes from Kathryn as
I t.ne Hunt at the close of the pro- i
I ",. "Shorty" Trumble, he used to. What's happened to y' 5' lvw SAVINGS

7" ,, Reporter. this romance? I gram. V \ BONDSAND

;" V Jack: l Sellers said to Denier Wil- I a
'M1 r-
\ !.j'I'' ; .:" JOKES son the other day. "Now listen! i Theta _Beta News THSfc ; STAMPSJRJD.Y.

. :; r. I';', here, If you don't lay off natty( JOIt' USPPBSU 4otewaNowceceva wP.71f.M6errrl r
-., too bad fer you" | The plans for the Scrapbook, to AMIX A< A PA.TO -
Albert be Just
i I t.a. when asked by Mrs. Dtx- gonna Twtia twin/PATIOS Toe-ix "
he might mean i be presented to the library, are riKf TIME QINCV iw*
1 ,
t' Fc on to'.deflng' "deficit" said! : Be careful, Domer WB TOBfl
WAR WNCJ6.o.es
: ,' "A 'dddl\) what you ve got it'! I I rapidly being completed. The col- OKOLUfONARy. W *4.WTO-I, MKVlAivOwtP AMAaC, ....,, O.n +f Nl Oval
.
lection of various snapshots, are A PWt O/MILK A 7A ee.NIO"a .HWY
1" ,,I when you lytvcnt as much as I It Somebody hinted the other day
and we hope that
to quite amu.'Uj
run
you had Just nothing that Domer was planning






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fruits of liberty and freedom and rationed that But Uncle Sam had and the Wlsensmarts led the parade to surrender and become prisoner
accepted them as a matter of done that before. Once he said of 'watch me, 111 get mlne'rs: of a lot of lousy Japs. But that Is
Too Late to course, with little thought of the "no more alcoholic beverages"but and. not wantln' to be left out In war, and far away and a lot of .
ClassifyBy duties and responsibilities that I he winked at home brew, bath- the cold as usual. a lot of otherwise home folks just can't understandhow
must be turned If this precious I tub gin and the speak-easy. \ honest and law-abldln' citizens !- It could possibly have anything -
heritage Is to endure. }' fell In line and said, "me. too." to do with life In the good
Now he suddenly finds that It Is'I So when sugar and gasoline rationing Then It turned out that Mr. old USA.
RUSSELL KAYI no longer "cricket" to "get came along a lot of folks
yours Henderson was really serious about But now we realize that Uncle
while the ettln', good and to hell figured this was Just "another one ,
I the whole thing and a lot of peo- Sam Is gettln' tough and means
I with the ether guy." It used to be of those things." They didn't .believe ple with "X" cards and a barrel what he says about what we can
doubt If there ever was a time Tfce adjustment Is not easy The all right If you could get away with that Uncle Sam really meantIt
lot sugar woke up with red faces or can't do or can or can't have.
in the nation's history when the -"en>-i e American Is a pretty Inde- i It. Any smart guy who knew Everybody knew there was 'even poor, downtrodden congressmen Maybe a lot of us will sober up and
public mind was as confused as at pen pn self-rel'ant' creature. He | somebody that knew somebody plenty of sugar and everybody and other folks who thought quit "gettln' out of line." All most
present. A hundred and tl1h.tmUllon / 's a3: getter From boyhood he could "fix" a parkin' ticket or knew there was plenty of gas. It they had "Influence. It wasn'treally folks want to be sure of is that It
Americans, burdened witheasygoing hoe r-r-on trained to think and act I Iipc"cp dodge his taxes. Only saps and was just a gag to try and make fair, It never happened to Is necessary and that when the
hail's l of life and unaccustomed ndently. to outsmart the suckers stood In line and waited folks war-conscious. anybody before, and now they were "screws are applied" they pincheverybody
.o r.j.mntatl.n: : and ether( guy get there first, look out their turn. They watched Mrs. Orabanget talkin' about publlshln' names In alike, without fear or
drastic regulations, have suddenly fr-r himself' ''beat 'em to the punch'. Then came the war and atten- march home with a 10-pound bag the papers. favor. We have seen so much special -
found with steal .ases, 'pul a fake play' dant shortages Uncle Sam of Under
themselves confronted beganto I sugar each arm and listened Mrs. Orabanget says It was all privilege and political favoritism
restrictions at every turn All of his life he has enjoyed the get hard, clamped down on this, !1 to her brag about It. They ; a mistake, she didn't care whethershe for so long that we find it awfully -
-- ----- I, saw Bill\ Wisensmart stow away a had any sugar or not. and Mr. hard to believe that such
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set of tires and cache a 50-gallon 'Wisensmart Is explalnln' that he
I things are no more, and from now
I drum of extra gas In his garage. I didn't ask for an "X" card-all he on It is no longer necessary to look
People like that were smart. They | did was tell\ the crazy school teacher out for "number one or angle
didn't trot downtown and stand In how much gas he wanted, and around for the breaks."
fae" line tc pay their taxes, only dumb !could he help It If she up and gave
clucks did that. They'd wait and It to him?
after awhile they5d get 'em adjusted And everybody seemed to forget
or they just wouldn't pay any I that the boys on Bataan and Cor-
at all and "get with It" I 10 07: INCOME
away regldor ran out of food and am- ':':: o
I So when the new regulations munition and quinine, and a lot of :::
i went Into effect the Orabangets |:other things and finally\ yere forced I f'8 P i[5 OUR QUOTAIN

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