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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 27-Number 49 Okcechobee, Florida, Friday, May 29, 1942 Price Five Cents

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New Rules For All -" Old Glory Waves- Out New Challenge on Bonds IF OKEECIIOBEE YOU WANT NEWS THE YOU '''Large Crowd Here


MUST PAY UP NOW

!Invoices Becomes For Homecoming

We regret very much that It

I has become necessary for us to At Church
Effective June 15 slop The Okeechobee News to Baptist

gar those who are In arrears Others
I will be cut off In th- next two I -

Parades and other: patriot, weeks The Homecoming day at the

end-off"' demonstrations Vn t tin"flghbors 1 We have been forced to do this rlrst Baptist church of Okeechobee

of men Inducted into the because we have added a numberof Sunday, May 24 was a successin

Army through Selective SPHI"< :: : new subscribers to our list In every respect. The registration

now can be planned with curtail the past several months and with showed that more than one hundred

v. because of a new Induction pi! .- (the Increased cost of operation, people attended the services.

oedure arranged by the War d- ve are unable to carry any subscriber The auditorium was beautifully

pnrtment and the Selective Service who Is not paid up. The decorated with Easter lilies and

stem, It was announced torlav I b\ oil of paper and materials has roses.

Brig.! Oen. Vivian Collins, stair rl.- ilinost doubled, while every other At the morning worship hour

ptor of Selective Service irtkle 'u>cil In the office has In- Erother E. M. C. Dunklin broughta

The new procedure! which '>, rIMed In proportion. wonderful message from "The

omes operative June IS. assures .-. We do not want to lose a single Sermon on the Mount" Miss Valeria

r\vo>-week furlough at povernirciyexpense subscriber but It is necessarythat Garrett, of Delray Beach,

for every selectee wim !i- we hate the money or we sang as a solo, "The Holy City."

accepted by the Army the Oenei.r un't keep going. During the noon hour members and t

pointed out, and sets 1datt' -or Look at the date on your paper, j Ii friends of the church enjoyed a

"ach group to report back :o it, and if it shows that you are in I rare feast on tables spread under

Selective Service local board headquarters arrears and you do not pay up I the trees on the church lawn.

for transportation to an in the next week, youI 111 not I At 2:30: o'clock D. O. Alderman,

Army Reception center. Thl date receive the paper.Questionnaires. ; pastor of the Okeechobee Baptist I

the General emphasized. Is th, V church, called the meeting to order

orf for which local demonvtratioi.! Mr. Ben Jones led the song

.,hould be planned. He said. To service. Several quartet numbers

Since all of the men assembling were given by Messers Glen Davis

at the local board office after a Hubert Harden, Robert Hancockand
Be Sent f Men Who
furlough period have been accepted Hamp Conely. Miss Betty Barber -

for military service and ordered sang a solo entitled, "The

active duty, none will\ be faced with Registered In April! Church: By the Lake," dedicated to

the embarrassment of returning 'Brother Dunklin, after which Rev.

home as rejected. following siu : Alderman Introduced Rev. E J.

ceremonies. The local communitiesalso Daniels, pastor of the First Bap-
can make their plans for these This new 24-sheet poster, drawn for the Defense Savings Staff by Paul Paulson, of Harrington, Park, tist church of Fort Pierce, who de-
away' demonstrations with H. J.. l la the first of 35,000 erected by the outdoor advertising industry to aid in the sale of Defense Saving With the mailing in the near fu- i llvered a masterful address
going Bond throughout the country. Paulson I if a native of South Dakota and has been associated with Outdoor<< ttro of Occupational questionnaires on
definite knowledge that the men are Advertising Incorporated for several Tears. In 1)40 he won M award in a poster centMt spOMored 1 bUM "> the thousands! of residents In the "The"Cause and the Cure for the

going Into active sel''lee'hlch wa Committee to Defend America by aiding the AHiea. state who are over military age, I War

not possible under the former procedure -- local boards In Florida will speedto At the evening service the

when group departures of r'aI: t it three times! Yes, he completion the state's Inventory church welcomed the pastor, D. O.

electees were for the purpose or The Observer had a hard time getting down, Lieut. James Reid af manpower for war production, Alderman, :back home after two

induction depending upon passing hut It was much more difficult Brig. Oen. Vivian Collins, state director weeks spent In revival services at

the Army physical examination"The (Bv Bill Page> for him to get back to an up. of Selective Service, announced Fort Ogdon Rev. Alderman, as ali -
and Louise Barrow
replaces ways brought and In-
new arrangement right position a"ain. lie w uM today. i a spiritual
the present system of granting Inductees These j spiring message.
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> 101. his head to clear' the occupational question.
ten-day furloughs upon request FXTII! EXtn.V! Tn t! naires which | At the close of the evening ser-
cobwebs from his eyes and Married Tues. r Nile will guide the War
and Is expected to eliminate One of the most devastating tart anew. Did a fine job, too Manpower commission, In cooperation | vice a young couple from West
one Injustices which might occur floods Palm Beach were married in the
of crime ever to spread Cat somehow I felt sorry for with the Selective Service system I 1
'0 men inducted immediately fol- l(9 destruction over the State lie old gentleman ---- for the mobilization of work- church by the pastor.J. .

towng physical examination-by the of Florida was subjugated J'e duel I A 'eddnll! of unusual: interest ers for war Industries are already I V
of the bananas and
Army, tie! General said although \ i 'mniwd at the Methodist
Tuesday of tills week in tilt'OUI.t rarrotsral being sent to the men who regis- J. McLaughlin Has
every attempt has been made to \, procedure carried through something worthwriting "hurch Tuesday night at 8:30: when tered 14. 15 .
February or 18, 1942
home about. :Mr. and
grant 10-day furloughs upon re- b) ""II. T, IV. Conely, Jr., of :Mr. / IL Miss Louis Barrow became the In the third registration Right I Four Sons In Service
P. were' blindfolded
ques..i he'declared* there, have been Okeechobee. The fearlessness and ride! of Lieut. James Reid. Rev. also local I _
/ board
winding
now
are
"' .- rl-urd facing each other In theenter : ? "
iJmtr E&SISces 14he f suclregaesEf'were ; M L"Myetif"pastdr'of'jlie'Metlf
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> ot JudreCon of the up a similar Inventory of regis- I On Wednesday or" last week,

denied and In other daces Inductees +..', to e I y in i hniiled room.a banana One-man the 'diet church, performed the cere- trants of the first and second reg- Kenneth Melton," youngest son of

were unable to pay their meting outjustice other istrations who have not been Inducted Mr.. and Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin, left
carrot. then
transportation to return home A.- to a They were Mr' !?eld was born at Reynolds, into the armed forces. I for the U. S. Naval Training sta-

the new system calls for the Immediate + each and ordered'hi.to''r fi"e each other anl"j' admitted r'-n '\'It his taught school In the In the'err near future, the : tion at Norfolk, Va., where he begins

release of all men who wlsi\ every culprit choice opponent! fruit their CkPechcbee! high school for the past General said the men between 45 his Initial training for service
'1) go home, and payment of the i't ( or'ege- ,,":era I years.lieutenant. i with the
can only bevw' tuMei,, until said articles of food.ieie and 65 years of age who registeredon Navy during the present
a
Reid is native of
travel
Costs of their by the Army termed as a April 27, 1942 will be receiving w ar.I .
he General averted there wouldbe entirely dpyiwretl Then Ct-! -ma end he also taught In the Kenneth
? ? cololul, the 'un their occupational questionnaires.The | Is the fourth son of Mr.
I really swum! into '' school here fortvM
no discrimination against any stupendous, (eechobce high nation will have pressing and Mrs. McLaughlin to enter the
S "hlrh.flrarel'tly it ii Is muchimr1"1 .
inductee. further stated before enlisting In the
HP e 'mot ,' herculean orgargantuan. I years need by late autumn for arQund armed forces of his country since
to find the other felliw's -
"The Army will furnish transpor- 1 ." l I United States Army Air Corps last 10.500.000 additional war workers the present war started The other
tation, meals and lodftlnof par or where he parts '.i'l. where he has served since.
In fact | three brothers, Curtis
my very limited vocabulary General Collins said. It Is from Eugene,
his hair while with
:eservlst en route to the city in does poking a They left Immediately after the Harold and Glenn, all In the
not permit me to the men beyond the military age are
banana carrot, than It Is to
.vhlch the local board Is located : or ceremony for a short Bedding trip. .
cxprss: atiiCtuateJy in> approvalof I lo"ute his he pointed out that the War Man- : Army.
mouth. One the
and from that to the Reception of -'rrr' 'hich will be at Sarasota -
point n they
the Mr. and Mrs the
firm stand taken by him contestants located the power commission expects to ob- I McLaughlin are
finally
center. where Lieutenant Reid Is sta'l"l" -
In sentencing; the culprit. I molar repository and nearly I tain most of the male recruits for first parents in Okeechobee countyto
"There will be no change In the fully believe! this achievement | "-rl. this work. However he asserted, furnish four sons to the armedi
present procedure for delivery! of had his finger chewed off. r !ieutenant and Mrs. Reid have a
wiil stand out as an all time I many war workers also will be ob- i forces of their country during the
rezlstrants to the Induction station record We were all surprised by the vot of 'rtands: In Okeechobee who I present war.
for '
and tained from classes deferred for I
bv the local board or for the re- cy. evcel'enl' voice of Mr. R, who wish them well hi their married
physical defects as many men who V
'iim of rejected men to the local "paid off" by sinking, "He .. I
individually and 12 were convicted .ct'V are unfit for military service are
oai'd area from the Induction station. Flo.'s Thr'U-,h the11' With Music Dept. of School
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in exactly 34 minutes! well qualified for civilian actlvltes. j
Inducted men who do not the Greatest of Ea I'11:1 his To Give Recital June 5
lou see, It happened this COMPLETE TRAINING The occupational questionnairesare
desire to return to their homes will Imitations of 'floating"! and
being sent to all Selective Service -
"3I.a't Tuesday was Program I
forwarded direct from the Induction "ease" !e't nothing to be desired.
oe station the day at the regular meeting : Durng the past week a total of registrants who have not been, I The Music department of the
to Reception
of the Okeechobee Civic '4 men from this area completed or cannot be Inducted Into the j Okeechobee schools will present a

center. club held at the Everglade The versatility of :Mr :M. was 'scrub training at the Naval Train- armed forces, General Collins music recital In the school auditorium -

"In the case of Inducted men hotel. The program was a quiz again proven when he so aptly ing station Norfolk Va.. and 38 of pointed out, and are not to be con- j Friday evening, June 5, at 8:45:

.vho do desire to return to their program entitled "Truth or I did the perfect Imitations of them will enter a Navy trade school fused with the regular Selective o'clock. ""Featured b\ this entertainment

:comes, the following procedure will Consequences," and Judge a
:x followed at the Induction sta- Conely a* the :Master of Ceremonies I and the exceedingly fine ae.I line of work It was announced classification for military service Is I class and the Girls' Glee club.

tion: If the member called I (lens of a little Bantam rooster today\ by Guy F. Hull, chief car- based. The public Is cordially Invited to
"f > The Inducted will be ,
a man upon answered correctly the flopping his wings and penter's mate recrulter-ln-charge "It Is especially Important," he : attend. See next week's Okeecho-

transferred Immediately to the question asked of him, he was crew ing: from the ground up. of the Miami Navy Recruiting sta- said, "that registrants In military I bee News for the program
Enlisted Reserve Corps and will be i If want an addition to I
cleared of having anything to you age groups who may receive an occupational V
given an order to proceed to the do with the killing But If he I vour next program, call on the tion.Among them Is John W Pearce, questllnnalre before TO ATTEND NAVY SCHOOL
city In which his local board Is lo Civic club.I We can furnish one
failed' to answer the question Ckeeshobee, FIa.CARD they receive the regular questionnaires -

cared asked of him correctly-well, who whistles "Way Down t'p- l V keep this distinction care- Thllmore! Sloan, son of Bethel
"(b> At the same time an order he had to suffer the con.l'quen- I cn the Swanee River," with a OF THANKS fully in mind. The two question- Sloan of this city, was one of the
'J11be\ issued recalling him to active beautiful cadence, Or, perhapsan
In 50 Florida men selected to attenda
naires
ces. And, believe me, the "con I are entirely separated
service on a certain date and sequences" were many and diversifying. elocutionist or a reader of We wish to thank the people of purpose. The occupational questionnaire Navy trade school last week the

ordering him to proceed on that Bright and Intelll- I the finer things at your Wom Okeechobee for the many kindnesses is sent to a registrant of State Navy Recruiting station at

date from the cty In which the lo- gen I businessmen and professional an's club satisfaction guaranteed extended: to us during the accent military age only because of the Jacksonville reportedThe
''al board Is located to a designated Did you ever see a Illness death hus- chosen after .
men. wise In the of and of our possibility that he may not be men were corn-
ways
Reception Center for duty. The business and law, would "miss! dream walking? We saw one band and father, C, B. Dufley. qualified for military service. He pitting their! Initial ftlring at the

:.ormal period between transfer to out" on such simple questionsas walking (on all fours), and he Mrs. C, B. Duffey then, however will be available for Norfolk, Va 'Nnal TVamlng'station. -
the Enlisted Reserve Corps and re- had plenty of help with a"sv.itrh"
"How old Methuselah": And Family. civilian war effort. He must fill out .
all to active service will be four- ; from the rear V
"Who loved to sit under the V and return both questionnaires"When I
*>w days. This period may be ex- Then last but least Air Miss Deretha Walker, who Is employed -
cork tree and smell the flowers not Gilbert Culbreth spent several the occupational questionnaires i
ended: or shortened by not to exceed ?"; "What is a 'goatsucker' ,I G. was ordered to go pick up days of last week In Jacksonville, are returned to local boards, | at Clewiston! spent Satur-

two days, In order to meet ?". One person was asked i one of the members of the club, here he attended to business the General said, they are checkedfor day and Sunday here with her par-

processing schedules at Reception what the official name of The I carry him over to the big rock- --o- completeness and accuracy, and I'ents, Mr. and Mrs J. H. Walker,

travel.Centers" or to prevent Sunday Okeechobee News was, and although i I lug chair, take him In his lap i Mrs. Edward Alsobrook and little then are separated into the several Jr.

a regular subscriber! and rock him to sleep. This he sen, of Arcadia, arrived here Tues- sections, of which they are com- --o-

V missed out, |I did. This he almost &<
BIPTIST CHURCH NOTESIn for antallce.11': ,P. failed : plished. And who did he haveto days visiting relatives and friends. Bureau of the Census, Washington; I was the week-end guest of her

Ignominously and rock to sleep? Obie, of o-- D. C., for the attention of Its Pop- mother, Mrs Angle Bass, and family
was sentenced I
While the building program Is department inprogress to stand upon a very I I course and I thought I arranged i E. O. Sellers, who has spent the ulation division, which Is tabulat- I last weekendo
Peoples'
the Young rickety, uncertain chair and i I the program. cast two weeks In Arcadia, returned ing this data for the Selective Ser- -
of the Baptist church will home here vice system. Another* section Is for- A. W. Lyndon, who Is employedat
blow up a toy balloon until It I I I Well, be a-seelng you. to his Tuesday
mee at 9:43: each Sunday leMOn-morning I burst. Well sir, take a long, I I I -OBIE.Personal afternoon warded to the proper United the Embry-Rlddle Air school at

for the Sunday school tall boy and place him I I V --o- States Employment Service office Clewiston, spent Saturday and Sun.
for the on a
then adjourn to the church chair with a balloon about 3 I Mrs; A. H. Evans of Stuart is in the area in which the local day here
I
closing assembly and preaching feet lone and watch him puff I I spending this week in Okeechobee board has Jurisdiction. The third -o-
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Regular services are as follows. his classmates. And does his H. Walker. Sr.t i of the other two, Is retained by the home here Sunday afternoon after

Sunday school 9:43;: am I face gel red! I'll say I I Rev. E M. C. Dunklin, long-tlmi t -0- local board. spending last week with relativesin
11 a.m.
Preaching Then there was corpulent, 1 resident of Okeechobee, who TXOM Marlon McCarthy, son of Mr. and V Pensacola.
B. T. U., 7:30: pm. *portly Mr R You who are resides at Palatka, spent sewra:1 Mrs. D. B. McCarthy, returned to Mrs. O. S. Simmons of Sarasota -,--

Preaching, 8:30: pm. II slender, try touching the floor I days of this week In Okeechobee, his home here Saturday from returned to her home there Wednesday Lucile Smile, who Is employed at

VI who with your fingertips without looming here to preach the homecoming Gainesville, where he attended the after spending several days U S. Army Airbase at Sebrlng,
T. H. Nix was a visitor with her husband who Is employedat spent Sunday here with ,her
week In I bending your knees. ills sentence sermon at the Baptls t University of Florida during the par-
spent Wednesday of this *. ents, Mr and Mrs Basil Bowden.Roh
was not one time, bat re- church last Sunday. past school tem the airport here. .
Miami attending to business.On


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PAGE TWO THE OKEECHOBEE, NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1942
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and Kcltel ostensibly ousted by'' r'nlntlir. HOT n. HAflEHSOV. I he attended school at the Unlver'ty Garrett Swlndal returned to his .

'Cfu5 'N. Agent Trustee I, I. Fund, '
CDhecrljuhe of Florida,
Hitler for having shown humane 1 home here last week from Gainesville .
1'''. M 1. \V.\niOB. PI 1l. i Is iikwihulipo, County,, Florida.NO I

- feelings for their troops In the Ul'll'llJllUH." ) V I I' where he attended school at

Russian cold. This week has come ''' 1'11 I-. 1'n1'I't1: ( : 'IKK OF APPLICATION0ll the University of Florida the past
Published every Friday by the '1') TIM FI: i >"::1-1':1011.\\1'1'1.:: : LEONAIIIINON I TAX HEED
Okeechobee News Co. at Okeecho- the well-planted report that the whosi, pliii'p, of ri' lli'iii'i', I.awn of 1ats.llre : term.

Florida German generals have given Hitler nod ,inlili-cKH In Cine' of .Mnliileiiiince I Not I IH h, 'I l.1'en I Illlll' I L, ATTACK ,
bee Okeechobee County 1'11I1"' "." Hvtliiniirul Hi'flinciit.Idili
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holder 1r'. ,. s'erllIrol', NnITnl I-
in which to win or Morirnii, \ I
this summer I minimi, "rump I'hlllf," ', ArkNH' ,,,.- .
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IsHiieil tin :'Inl iln" of lulA.. I II
'. : IIKSKIK: AIUIISON Jn I'1\ 1-:11, ATTACK !
else I ''' .
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BRYANT BOWDEN Editor hope that the lolnvil hy? her liimlmiiil AMHiKWlll.rKKII. < l; I up|'' ..I Null I I iI, ,II, I I. n I'll' "11"'il I" I *
Of course they : Minim iilni'i" nf reHlili'iiceuuil s 1
I InIxmicil IhrrPUn Sill.I (Cerilllcale" cmlirnecN
American public next fall will be' nililrcHH IH I haute :No. 1, I nloti the I'ollovlna ilcNcrlheil prop| ATTACK !
I Avi'iiiii', 'hlllhlllll.11: ..
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Entered as second class matter so distressed by continuing Japanese 1 11.! ADIUSOV. ""01' |,i1m>e of ".-"rut, III fie CnllliU; ol Ilk"' rh h1'I I
I <, it I h I 1'iMi-liln." I In nil
July 1, 1918, at the Post Office in successes that America will favor roKliliMire and nillrcn In Cure of Com, L lo\t I led 1. iMipt, Nniih: 'II > -

Okeechobee. Florida under the a liberal peace for a reformed I'nn.K,, Spchil. 'I 1'1111', ,' Trnliilnir','ulIl'" .I'MK.llnllnUiiii,NcUlv IIIUnion in "r ntnliilnv,... Sei'. ale:.''. 'I'w urn p.it.'...: Hire. :!I 5.C I I WAR OUNUS i

1879.SUBSCRIPTION Germany, In order to throw full cr North Cnrollna : .. of iiilil lQl .
Aft of March t, 'I 1'1.I HHHcnMiiient property uniler r *
inn ninl' 'li IIr ,' uilvlned 1 M.f *
strength against Japan. Germany em' MIII "r anlil Cerillknic' IoIIII.d81 In the ,_'j':' 'L i6 i
I Unit u lilll' uf 'oiiiilnlnt| him, I h..11 llli'il '." .
,, imp, -r Cinh; I I!. Mc.Nt'lll.Vnleai : '. I 00\ "' : '
has never hesitated thus to sell out IIICII"1>l>i .Mm In Ile'" nhnM eiitltli'il rniiHt mild Certificate shall be reilcemcil t. :,//J .' r,-, .. .j".. j, Our army spells and pronouncesIt
I In tl"r noire nl the Clerk, nf I ho rir as you do.
law doHcrlheil not "pontoon"
RATE an ally, and her real rulers know mil Cinirl of IILrtuu'e ('I/IIIII/ '. hloFIds uceorillnir to property d2.4ncua .. "rl? ponton,
tliereln ahull be wild the
Hearst, Oki'i'dioheo, ', t'III'ldllI heri'ln to i Ponton bridges cost all the way
rely ill
they can our
upon
bidder the Courthouie door .
One In advance $2.00 highest At nnsng on both the
year -- McCormlcks Pattersons, N y e s, and uhoreb' I MIP nliiliitl'V\ In endeavor on the trot Monday, In the month of .hting from and the home front from $15,000 to $700,000. The smaller
Six months In advance _.___ .._.. 1.00 Inn' to iiulct the tlljc niiiilimt run and, .Jnlv', I'll", nhlch Ix the nth dry nf.Inlv. odnyl bridge using Individual metal ponton
Wheelers Tafts, Lindberghs, and eni'h of >'ou, to the, follow'Inir dNrrlhrdl1nd
Three month in advance.75 .1 IIHJlinli'il \Vcrj Hiving' UK Axil i bitter ponton
The
largest
here.
Kennedys to urge the premature : ::; Iviiitf: nnil: lielusr; In 1I11I'llUh. thin 7lh! iltiy of Mnr.( 1 1'HJHOY !' Ubttt of what lo omt.i Is pictured
,11'.111(1'; ': l'n nl'I liln, to s'I1., : It. 1CAUI.BHSON, W.',. fi'ti.ti. the Inllilionarv I bridge Is 1,080 feet long and Is madeof
I peace In desertion of our conquered MO: I ofL': '>4 ul Scitloll ill. Clerk Circuit Court of th cnlurm that bows pr''-*' sky rubber Instead of aluminum
I friends. 'I owiiHlilp all: South Kiiuiri' nil Knnt.: Okevchohee County Florida. \'RI, here u home too
Adverting bills are payable onl European iiliii'lii.ln'i' i'iinit., Klorlilu. !Heal Ili-l 1 "'td "vcry one ol u. who ..v..
Will they succeed? Twentyfouryears 't I hlM IH I lii'ii'l'iirc to I'oiuiiiuiiil you' (Circuit Court at lenit 10', of hit, pay In War f.J I. t'.y
Parties
the frt of each month. I only General Pershing and cnrh of you to tile jour mitten \OTll''-- Cora: ,,n in 'Important soldier ,In
required to ago of E: or tht Ot! I i '
unknown to publishers iipl'i'iii-inic' to milil hill ciiiuijlnlnt \\a
t opposed] the too-early peace. He wllh I the CkM'k: of tlir nhove nt.\luil. I'tlll.I"n.II'" K\|.h; Jr 'i tole allot youin.1 I ;
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In advance. .. ..
pay 1'iMirt ,nt | ills> In I the Court UIIIIHU --- -__ ---
knew the German staff IH / '
general '
was .\ "lie'? In herrli> lilven Mint nniliT '
I ( Ikoei llciwliolii-e CliMIHN.
lit Inihi'i' I .
I the true and had not nod, 1 h.iinlliurll. \' ,"I'l n ilcrree nniile --- :,
enemy yet I'Mmlilii. on' Ih llth dry' of July \ U. -- ---- ..
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nod entered tin l.'lh of Mm.IIHJ.
mi 1 iluv
Reading notices In local columns been destroyed. Will only one or 11112.. nod Mint In ili'lnnlt tliervur 1ch' In the Circuit Collll of the Illll I .. .
"M "'n IOII'IKHO: sill lie enteredairiilimt -2' :. .
for dis two see as clearly this time? mid) thrp4intIR Jmllcliil Circuit In 'und for ol"'ho
10c 1\ line Rates \uii nod eni'h of MHI
i-crliiln *
liee Cmiiilv, "rinrl.lii hi u .11111"h"I.11I I
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play advertising furnished on ap- Hitler like Wilhelm II, Is only a I illloui-il lo pruned| <) ex (nineII' \\ X.nch 'I'. lIlh'rI'll' coiiiil.ilnmil | ,
: thut'hl '
lliitiiY: MlIiKUKIl
M
plication. Classified advertising 2c stooge. While the German military nnlli'i: he pulillNheil' ours encbwm'k Ilm nod hlniiniiiin.lli'lirT lila. nlle xiimiioim\ \\ere mid' ilefi'iulmiiH Kei,- f j It/d: Wo.U i2iu, .t/a4 ,I t: ,

All : caste survives, every truce, armistice fur four |141) ronwiM'titlxeeeke Man."
each word each Insertion. I I. ?unili'mliriii'il Speclnl' 'r-
I In 'I In* iikri'i'holii'e: .
\e n m'UHimpernf
or peace Is only a period of l In lii. will nil. r for Mule ami Bell nt |I"b. ;
Items regarding enterprises con Itl'II""III" -lri'iiliitli.li imlillslii'il II, .MM,Hi,,n In front nf tinelllilI ilonrof WAR BONDS II
and 'ul 611011,,,. I ikei'i'linliev I'oinitt. Klorliln
ducted for profit are chargeable Intrigue preparation for the the ('onlll)y Court llouw for, III ir One small bridge has a weight
In Ilii' return dote' lii'ieof. '
pilnr
,t advertising rates. continuing war of world conque.st.There IN: n' |1'IIoI'SS,1I1.HJIJo': : I have chobee County,.'' riorldn. on Mnmlin, Ulllc. capacity of 25 tons ut ng about 2,000
'l i I Inmime hi'lntf n
linnil nod iifflrlnl. MOil I I individual metal The small
must be pontons.
no quick peace hi'ivimlo lei in.i
within the
Day of laid Court, leiciillioiim The Garand semiautomatic rifle,
this time. I1.1$1:1111,110'f I Muv AI,11112. 1o'I.I'k, A. M. est Is used only to lake troops over
This war must end withan of unit, to-wlt:
I which
ItoII.; RA1'I i r.iiMiv: is the standard issue today
1 old 2 i.Miick. P. M.. nil) of Unit certainI.I..P smaller streams But whether our
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG"I unconditional surrender on German Clerk, uf "I'licult' Court.illii'i'i )'' I nt Mil nml, In I Mn C.ninl i.t for the U. S. army. Is superior to
soil.Legal. 'holii'i' .''1111)'. lurldn.' < .shr11rl', Mule' of riorliln. mid, the old Springfield title in respects army uses the 0 i 1. .:.l kr or largest
pledge allegiance to the Flay A inn! (1(117| : mum "piirtleiilnrlv deHcrlhed ni fnllnnM-: many ponton, our eni'i.cc.'s need plenty of N
of the United States of Amer --- .. ._-- l IIOV 11. HAI'J.\IISUX.\: I Lot? II II Ihet' ,1r1'en ill" I ol liloi'1 kI'lifht We literally need millionsof them. If and every American
,Clerk of I'lri'till Court' ufOki'ii \ (ISI) of lluilroiid addition to these fast shooting p"iwcrful riflesto you
ica and to the Republic for 'lloliee '", mil lurlllll. lu'nhNOTICE ) t t'i\| nf I ikeoi'liohi-e' "Kliirlil'i. invests at least 10 percent of IncomeIn
cost $85
which stands: One nation Indivisible Advertisements --' --- I,. I.. CONICAI. equip our army. They War Bonds eveiv" pav day we can
Sii|' ,'lnl MiiHtei, each and are being manufactured at
with and Justice supply our nVh 'ing lorces with these
liberty
Okei'i'liohee l'olllit.Dollda' I I': i: l HAM KICK.: the rate of one a minute They fire
," "II'II" fur Cimipllllllllllt.Iinlcil essentials to a victorious Mar
for an |!
.NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Mil) 25. Ill I.. Mn>' ls! II".'. 11I1 sixty 30-calibr shells a minute.
TAX DEED .Notice)I In liereh.irlvcn that imrmnuitto
I to ) ('?hit liter Iv:nl. I.awi V- .
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PITY POOR HITLER ONLYA : Lowe of 1931.Nnllif I nf ; \\I": I\'t in.,7.: known nit the -. .. o< ."' : :": :": : :" :" : :":" :":" :":'
In herein iclM-n' linn 11111 Mnrphv Art the folliiulnir drerrtbedImd =._, ..
STOOGE! I'rcKTOtl Imlili'r, uf TIIV 1'lrlllb, nil. NoN / ) III iki'i'cliohee Sownt3'. Florida, o1r"- y
1.1: :u nod 'C, I..d l | ih,, IHI lih IiH- nlll IIP ol'feri'il for mile lit public out- Howard Sharp, of Canal Point f Y

lOt .1013'-Soveuber., .* I'Ia7.! : .:Ms. Inn. ,crfur I the blithe-it und host eRSh hid former editor and publisher of the ..- .0:.. .. K. E. STELLO :
nl"d naia In mv office : hat made application Hiilili'd. to the right of the TrnotveI -. -:. :
Dr. John II. Sherman
By for Tax Deed News and a former
a to b. lulled of the Interim! Improvement fund to Everglades

President of Webber College thereon. Siild Pertlflcnte embrace the reject miy iiiiil' nil IIIx.1)t the Court member of the House of Representatives 4: Registered Real Estate Broker :
following di'icflbed property la the Iloum. in In ,1..11. on the Uuil' I cln, \' ofI Every one of the 40,000,000 em-
The German peace offensive has I County of Okeechobee, Stat. of Plor- .I I 1'33. Vili' I'liMeiin; ''' lor i I' 0 II ilrlnht I II from Palm Beach: county .!. i.
lila, to-wlt : "I nL'oo' lect olio will he several hours In OkeechobeeTacbJay. ployed persons In America could ..'H'N'H'. ..
begun. It alms at a peace in November Hen VKI J tiln. X uf "\\' mr.. Her.2S. I remTU'il" from; nny parrel thronuh spent easily buy one of these rifles for the l' :
1942. It Is shrewdly cal- run K: 2'.'O .\,1.| N in:, ads \\' J.'KMis I chirp I .r r" \In 'nn "XIMIIlIglIte Koad.I Not >: REAL ESTATE AND
that need that
S III., | SIM'S.. ,.,. army. we many, ,
.1110 (o Hi.f| I 1.ei u; Hi k II U tight' ,s, KIIHIISlllnlMHlon
culated to end hostilities before the Sup| 3 t,,. Itge. m: 7'' 'cores millJicK but the reserve could go Into shells : INSURANCEOkeechobee
fighting reaches German soil. It :is" .MX| N .if s\v < .r "f SIM. I I."i in. I.H;| I k I I.: U' ,iljrhi ,v ]ln rr and other much needed supplies. l

seeks an armistice for negotiation -.'">'II., run\IH:| K\ :I''iiil 111.-: Ml., X W tin'JII 31x'llu, W SI'M I I Mll'ilM-li.l'I rodl.'o'I,: : "f lln' InlMlnil Iniprov- Horace Fulford returned home Buy mote and more War Bonds and :': ....H..H. .!.

of a new peace treaty at a mo- yili. to hog (MMis. 'lnp :11 I i ICON Fund of The Slate of Florida :a. teek from Gainesville whereFrom lop! the quota in your county by Investing 1'I x
HI.-. '|.l. 7'",, ,Hi-re. : mill Bi-ir./ NBinr : :?
at least ten of Fla. F
make percent
when
ment Germany can a of SKi nf S\\' ,. inn S 1".. ---- ----- your ,
substantial concession and still .M|". W !:" \ilx. N 1',| \U, i J.: J.'i I Income every pay day y
come out far ahead on the whole 3.1x mrpi'I | ,Sii'S.. '1'.. |JI. :).-,. Kite in: 7 '; ;" :": :": ;" :":": :":"''';':+:o.Moo;'

adventure.The 'IIP flMfMiupnt of mid property unilir -

propaganda Is directed spe .' niiiiii mill of Certificate snniiiiithii laaued I'nili>rliil.was) In.:.t.the. i where I sit. GET OUR OFFER of S2S.00 to( $50.00 per week after graduating from

cifically at the United States. In I I'nmlliic, unit Hut nod I.i-tltln Barbering Department until
IVimi'I'nli'm. position available and pay you while
effort to take advantage of preJu-
mid Certificate shall b. rediinied t Learning Beauty Culture taught thoroughly.Florida's .
I I'
dices known recently to have existed ill-cording to law, property de-

here it seeks to use the meth- ol crlhi'il therein shall be Bold to tbMulii'st Barbering and Culture
lildiler at the Courthouie door Joe Marsh Beauty Colleges
ods which deceived us 24 years ago. 1n the first Monday In the month of. \ jby
In 1918 after we had centeredour .liilr VMJ.! whirli. I.| tinllth ilm, '>! I J.i< ksam'ille Florida ,_ rwl
I .In' It I'M.
hatred upon the Kaiser, the Idrd Illil .'lot lhl\I,, Ml, MlI'll'\ ', _

German military\ caste exiled the Clerk ROY Circuit K: UAULEHSON Court: of :' BAn you ever thought how much fear. Last year the brewers bought

Kaiser and requested an armisticeon Okpfchohpe County, Florida I a million dollars really Is? Sun U nearly two billion pounds of barley

the ground that Germany had I n'lniill l ,, ) Ciiiiri Smill 4,.nj I an awful lot of nice things a fellow malt and nearly half a billion '** l o.

cleaned house. was to be a republic V I could do with a million dollars pounds of corn and corn products. P .711, i r e ,J

henceforth and desired to NOTICE; API'I.ICATION FOR I If he had It. A million dollars U a And plenty of rice and hops, too. 1t

make peace: on the generous basesof % TAX DEED i lot of money. That's a lot of farm products.

the broad internationalism of I.liwn or 1013 *
Niitlip: It heri'lij irlvpn that Oiilspp Back around '33 and '34, when the
Woodrow Wilson. The alllles fell IMIliiiitchiMiiiiii., 1. holds) of Tax Cortl! I Just think it would take tough old depression was hitting

for It. America was idealistic eager I .Vh nrnte.e,111."r:. 1'iso.\\IIUIIHI and .\I'.Kl. :it ImiiiPd run.! hoe the 'I about three weeks, counting as fast all of us pretty hard, farmers were I t4 1 t

for peace. Britain was ex- llli'il, -nun' In niiiTlre.\ hal nnnli apI'lh ', as you could 24 hours a day just certainly glad to sell those extra I I 1 I :

hausted and already terrified at -iilinn 1'iir n Tux Deed in he Uinedllicri'iiii to count up to a million. crops that beer bought from them. 1 t 4

the prospect of 40 years of record- fnll.n' xiihl, 'IVriMluiiiinihriiipg' the I And comeback to think of It when beer
1(1gt'et'I'll'PI/ |iui'ii\|' In the ,
I read in the the other
breaking taxation. France was bled I'iMiiilv) nf Dki'iTlinlii'i'" Mm,, "f "Flu paper cams it made lots of new jobs 3SI'
1,111. li .UltI that the beer industry
white So everybody longed to believe day pays for plenty of other City
I Late 1. 2. 11 mill U. Bl.uk 174 more than a million dollars a day folks both
the, word of the German gen- ( '11' of IlkHiM'hnhiP folks and country I' I i'
eral staff The aiHPument of said property nn1cr in taxes Federal, State and

paid Certificates Issued was In tb. local. Every day more than a" e
It seems never to have occurredto niiini' nf I, II liiihi'rtKini nod Mar.
our leaders that the same gang VK'I I'.Xll'.Afnlen: million dollars. If I hadn't gone In for this writ-
.ild Cprtlflcatc. Khali b. M- business I think I'd like i
ing to
,
which ruled and Germany I the Is glad
expanded deemed according: to law, property de- guess government
before and during Bismark inrlhert therein shell he mid to the blub! to get that help these days, what have tried my hand at the brewing '
tot bidder at the Courthouie door business.
and before and during WLlhclm II. the first Mnnilm' In the month on of with a war to win and pay for

was still ruling In the now synthetic I'lin I'U'J. ulilih IH the 1m dll| > nf a I'd like to be making a fine tast- _
June. IN2DIId::
repJIJtr.: unforturnte Kai- I I this I 'Ith I ,1.11'| if, \prll 104'lli ing beverage that helps the publicOf I flin;

ser, whom allied; propa? ::c'ists hal\ : IV II. It.MM.HUGOS' course, not all of that beer tax treasuries so much and that people

taught us to hate was out-surely Clerk Okeerhnhee rirnilt Court of money goes to the }'ederaillovern- can rightly call the "beverage of
FlorlilnII
all would be well now with him 'II', Hit I'''lilt S!'|| | rniinty ).-, 41,; ment. Quite a lot of it goes to the moderation" That moderation in- AIR ,

gone for wa he not the wicked V States and I is used for such useful cidentally is another of the fin

N1)1'IE' : OF Lir\TION FOR purposes as public health, emerthings about beer
cause and center uf ail the"Ifl? CONDITIONEDDependable
TIll.FD relief old assistance .
We know now that, he was not. I..."'. of 1938Null gency age
: ,. u hcrel\ irltHii flint llo'n Iee education and public welfare.
We watched him live out his long. Q.A
I'nn'' ""'. linl'l.. ,.f 'I 1'.,, rpritfli'iito NON fJt( gdmpI'
quiet age a gently Baa, disillusioned 'Uil and 1\71)\ ( IMIIOI! th,. nth ilnv nf June I Farmers surely ought to like the O'I/V au(, ,

old man chopping! .*'oo<;J at tire* I.linn V'-!mode'HIM" finpllrntlnn nl'il I unine for In mv n Tax of I beer Industry, too, from what I I

Doom while Liidendoiff, Hinden- fieeil in h.l lutiieil thereon !Snld' Cartlnrnte Service

burg von Papen and the younger emliraeps. the following deerlliPil I
inopertv' In the County of 1
militarists who had used him as nkn-rlinhi, "o. srntif Florida to-wlt : II No. 42 of a Series Copyright 1912, Brewing Industry Foundation I Low Fares
their "front continued as the dltlon.,I'-I n 11l 1 II. \\'lllhl', .Inl Ad I

true power In Deutsch'and.'! 'I he ""'''OIll"lIt nf laid (property( nn-

They had saved Germa.i soil un- : ''".1'. enid, furtllli-nte loaned l will la the ---- Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
t,, ,.. ''I' K. Ii fenri'iI'M. !
ouched. Beljium and norheast t'niop 1 iiilil fVrtlfipnte shall be r.ili'iiiiil .- i and the North

France were shambles !but German I iii-i>nrilliir, to law property de- "KEEP 'EM ROLLING"Keeping
.' I'IIIPIIhprl'l" ihnll be told to thililifhi Northbound
people still knew of w<\r only as ,. I
r lilililer
nt the Courthouse door
h OKEECHOBEe 1'40 At.4 2110: Pt.4Ar
glorious adventure away from ".n the, first MiniilnIn, the month of : TAMPA . 10.I0AM 65S PM Costs Less
home. Germany still could believe "INI I'll.) uhii,'li IN th" l let d.| ,II l 4"11 t s 1,1 Ar lAKELAND . 1:10: At.4 150 PMAr. .. thin Olivine
Juno, 1912.I,1el : K ORLANDO . .10.50 At.4 745 PM.. One RouNd
herself superior if better organ. iiii, Viiii, ,111"r \HI| vii.iiiriY k et A,: JACKSONVllll 1:15: Pt.4 II 45 PM.. Woy T,'"
ized for conquest. It. iiArf.rRooN, TALLAHASSEE 445 Pf.04 1259 AM
Clerk circuit Court of AI lAKE CITY 2:25: Pf.04 1:10 AM MIAMI S x.10 S 3.50IACKSONVIIII
While recovering strength no Okeechnhee Cniiutr, Florida \ 4.40: 7,07Lit. :

'Front Man" was needed. The republic '1 it, dl i'.1111,,, SiMiii r, 411) \ OKEECHOSEE . 1:40: PM 1345 PM TAMPA 2.30 4,15Ar.
V JACKSONVILLE . 3:45: Af.04 IIAM IAKILANO 1.90 3.45
served all purposes But as I'I UK: 1"1'1111 r < the time approached for the resumption I > M'HI N'r 1T Io: MIX THKOITIItH DIRECT/ CONNECTIONS AT JACICSONV/LL., TALLA1ALIAHA$5II '.68 10.20
of ," > IIKIIIKT Ol1 HOKN. MASSES AND LAICI CITY WITH O"YHOUND 'Nfl LAU CITY 4.38 7,55OR ,.
their eld
of plan _
Ina-tIIHll 111I'IIIS.. $ a Y ALL POINTS NORTH AND Wt3V ATLANTA. ..3S ISO'

world conquest a front man again I .,. M-lliinkrnptry) ; MACON 7.1S 12.90 .
was needed Over in Munich a III the Mutter nf i ii ,, S.whbaond-OeSng VAtDOSTA S.38 9..5 I ILv.
I .nWI.\lltI,: : : : DILIIN.lll< : MI I OKEECHOBEI .' 4 40 PM 10:45: PM IIRMINOHAM '.SO 17.ID ,
hare-brained young fanatic was I I' J Nil: I) T. "t''i, 111".1', > Ii 'ek Ar. MIAMI '.50 PM 2:30: AM NIwORLIANS 11.20 20,2D
screaming and weeping In the pub- In "I'liiiii'illniiH' "I'nr n 1'.mpsill'|' "hl 1 i w, CHICAGO 1..DS 32.10 I
of I 10.\ a l''ili'l, : ,..'Iotor. I '.'un'., NEW YORK CITY 11.00 2.... t
Us square and organizing gangs ''I'll K: OK VI'rKXL: H' L. MIAMI . 1000 AM 200 AM
bruisers: for night raids on Jewish :NuMl'i: H IIKIIKin I: : r.lyKIhr:: K OKEECHOBtl, 2.10PM 1.40 AM
I'V Kilelloniitn" : Tllni UntintiM "' : I
homes and shops. He showed almost TlliiK ninl, Nt"ph"n'I'Ir1' hJiiiiii'i.. J I

hypnotic over mixed r Tltnilii'lr,, liiinrilliiii i,01 l I Item I r r
power T. II NIX Agent STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION
.Tallin I' 'I'Itim. tin inch H 1111"fl loll, u1' i
popular audiences. So the military I t.lteiu, : JlIthh..n01\ and Tmlnr A1l'ill

caste and the munitions makers led ln'irln jiHnth mid' airi'mllv 'I'i I a j !
t'Mlll' t'l till- 'flllfeil SllllrH Clri'llltrmirl J
by Thyssen picked up Hitler ) nf Al P"'nls fnf, the Fifth ('Ir I EIbrA

nanced him. and lifted him to fl-I '"111. in in ill- liiti'rl'ii'iilni" Hiii're4 I
i Mlll'ntlltilf,,, I'lilll! nf Cnnipi.HltlnTi .)> I 6
preme political position. Uni'tiili'il.. ,'Mlered., hurls April II),
As with the Kaiser, no dlsconj j I IIM' I, 3 )
4)r.sKV.: '. M.TtiV XI'UNUtornnM4
tent was voiced against the 'stooge'jso | fur Aptiniillnir" .'..rrh', e, .d

long as new conquests fell eas- I ll\ tul'. t.llt: \\'.\ II'OXIIf

lly. As with the Kaiser when the j I'mlfOel..lddr.'oeo .
: :
army machine bogged down reports 1'e NPY. M'nltiin Is Hpnhi. t I
__ r' r
were sent out that obedient virtuous j Miller: Un'lnn I A
1:112111:\ "'"lIllr,',* HulMlnir.Miami. .
generals could no longer sup- / Flnrliln.IN ,
old tires l'ollln'f.-rom consumers to rubber reclaiming!
V--
port the madman to whom they
i I centers to aid America's production program are (left to right) ,
:
OK THE ,
hitherto had alle TUB IRtir 101 HT
dutifully given I I NINTH IIIIKI\I. iiiriir. INMI pretty Peggy Hawkins, Janet Rowe and Betty Kraft, who have

giance. \ K(1H OK KM: IIOBH4: COINTV formed B commIttee to put over Atlantic City's salvage drive. Theywere
During this past winter German FIONI1) \. IN IIMNCKRt. the
caught by cameraman: on the celebrated Wooden Way

reports stimulated considerable! CONSOMPATKP I'OMl'AM: NAVAL 'I'onr-PI) vhcie the dlmout provides an Intriguing background for the 1942

American sympathy for Brauchlsh I Klorlda corporation, ) version of hoop-rolling.




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rnJDAY, M\Y 29, 1942: THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS
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hes) gonna become Interested in' Mr and Mrs. Olbb Gross were

Betty Sue, now? 1 visitors in Fort Pierce Tuesday.

Esther has promised Johnny a
The 'Chobee date next Saturday and she's making .

Bugler good use of that date. She

says If Johnny Isn't extremely

sweet to her between now and then I YOUR OWN quota
FOR that she'll break It. So be on guard! ,
A GREATER SCHOOL
OKEECHOBEE HIGH
\ Johnny! ;is rO%!

__ __ __ ___ ___ w. -------- - -. Why does Lillian Walker: always I
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sing "I dream of Jeannie with the
!! 'K fe *
'CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF F.F.A. ActivitiesThe next week. Light Brown Hair?"

EDITOR ........... .. ......... ............ ... .................................... WINIFRED CROUCH Well I've run out of "mud," so I Gene Fulford still likes the or T.oi'J hnvt your tilt country Mint 10 and% or Jipi your tik pay

ASSISTANT EDITOR .. ......................... ... .. JUNE CHESHIRE Okeechobee Future Farmers see you soon. -o. M. "Shrine of St. Cecelia." (not Tint borrow. whit. ) 100 w.%and! tviry ono el

BUSINESS MANAGER... .... ... ......... ............ ...... ALICE DONALDSON chapter Journeyed to Vero Beach V- 1 Harry Paul and Alma Joyce are "!' lacs 'od.,.,

SPORTS EDITOR .................. ... .............,.............. .. MARY MCLAUGHLIN : last Friday afternoon to compete in YEARBOOKThe becoming expert at winking They I| Victory 01 utltillB
practice enough in hall:! that Baying Wit Bond.or..lllnaout.
CLASS EDITOR ... ...... .. ..... ... ............................ .. .. LILLIAN LEITNER I' tr-f district contests, to be held 'hey should .be. study I I scl/f Into .'...c.,'

CLUBS EDITOR ............... ... .. ESTELLE SANDERFUR there When we arrived there Senior Yearbooks probably | Wal I gotta go now, but first, I ff\):sung.nit U.y':tough with: ..our.1...oli or
SPECIAL EDITORS ... Stuart was whipping Vero In diamond will not be finished by the time i Yost '
LAVENA HARDEN MOLLY BOWDEN | here's some last-minute news: Ma- quoti-"> d.4'ayboJ7't; q i H
_.____ I ball. After they had completed school is out because of the many !' ,I--la 11, e \ c or t: g .
mi3 "
-- ------ I Lee has a new boy friend, J. iivtU in WAft < !1:08: and!
;i i this they went ahead and activities to take up our time but T. Jones. STAMPS'J I .
Voice of the Student I 1 1CONOR Parent-Teacher Officers 1 gave us the same treatment. Our nevertheless, we'll finish them Just i 0" A c' ....
i Bye now and I'll .
be
a-seein1 of
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after school is :". ; I
boys played good ball especially the out ; *
i ya. in-* to t
I Elected For 1942-43 i i: last two Innings when we held If you are Interested in getting I Oct. t'" '-..
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\TULATIONS I : i them scoreless. Our defeat was due one of these Senior annuals, leave ____ Yours- Patchie I er R"br"..".. : I
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A former teacher and friend, Lt. The Parent-Teachers'' association 1 to lack of practice I believe. I your name and address with Mrs I .. I
James H. Reid deserves the con- won't quote the score because I Dixon and we can contact you durIng -
of the Okeechobee public TO CHECK I
gratulations from the present I couldn't keep up with it. the summer and see that you .. It IA :
schools met Thursday May 21, in
Okeechobee high school student I Those on the team were Damon get one t'II 7eAr' :__;HH ;..; ;..;":..: ;.'..:__:
the school auditorium. Various reports ] <
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body and his former student, on i |i Walker, Tiny Watford, Leslie Cheshire PI I I
his accomplishments as a memberof were made and approved and ] Connie Raulerson, Clyde Dur- "CHUCKLES"Heavenly

the United States Army Air the nominating committee made a :{ i ranee. J P. Parkerson. Albert Ber- 9 ,666 ; Gilbert Theatre

Corps. 'report of recommendations for the 1 ka. Terrance Myer, J. W. Jorden, Thought .

It was a real pleasure to a host ensuing year. I i i'Tommie Evans Sllvanus Harden, Two old grads who had not seen

of friends to see him In Okeecho- I' Mrs. Harry Elledge, vice presl- ;, 'and Eugene Wright. each other In 10 years discoveredthat I OKEECHOBEE

bee Tuesday and to congratulatehim dent for 1941-42, presided, and the i| Whereas ve didn't do so well In each had been marrted in I
as he ventured In the state 1 following persons were elected for 'our diamond ball we really walked that time. -

of matrimony. I' the respective offices. cff' with the rest of the contests. "What kind of a woman did you 1tJhd 'kJ rKOGR\M FOR WEEK ENDING
1 2/oli
Too It's best wishes! to M*. 1 Mrs. Blanche Hunt president After the ball game we had supper get. Bill?" asked Joe. kids tt ifZ JUNE 4

Reid, the former Miss Barrow who Mis B. E. Alsobrook Ice-pre&l- 1 ]served to us at the school house. "She's an angel l, Joe That's'':

has taught In the elementary school dent.Miss i I j'This was in the form of a fish fry what she Is." )VAIIBDiITh

here for seven year We hate to Mary Ralfoid secretary. with all the trimmings Then Sil- I "Boy you sure are lucky- mine FRI. & SAT.
give her up as a teacher friend Mrs. Annie Raulerson, treasurer.SCRAP vanus proceeded to walk of with Is still living." 1
and citizen in Okeechobee but as V the public speaking honors. IDs I -0- The 155-miliimeter gun is the mod-
Double Feature
ern version of the old "GPF" ofi
only had one opponent-a from i
she boy Missing
other
accepts
responsibility we J
World War I It has
BOOK i days. a range
wish for her complete success and ,Stuart, but we are sure that he "When I look at this congregation fifty percent greater than the old Program"DUMBO"
happiness. would have done the same thingno ," said the preacher "I ask my- I I
heaving 95
II gun, a -pound projectile
On behalf of the Okeechobee The Theta Beta club wishes to : matter how much competitionhe self 'Where are the poor'? And I |I approximately 15 miles. It Is cap ai -

high school student body and facul- thank the faculty for their splendid had. then when I look at the collection> i ble of high road speed and each Walt Disney -Length Feature

ty, we extend to two of the finest cooperation shown last week I Now we'ieally have a parliamentary I say to myself 'Where are the one costs $30.000. ROY ROGERS

young people we know our sincere when the club was trying to get procedure team. They are rich'0 1
and hearty best wishes for success some last-minute current snapshots Clyde Durrance Jack Coker Les- -in"NEVADA-

and happiness.A I to add to the many memories lie Cheshire, Charles Hargiaves, Considerate CITY"Added

V found In the 1941-42 Scrapbook. We Tiny Watford and Silvanus Harden Billy O': "Boy, what you doln'?"

TRIBUTEIt :, had expected to present this book, They seemed '0 IM the only Bobby P.: "Writln' to my brother -

Just won't be natural to come 1 to Miss Morton on May 29, but due eie: there who knew ,,t st what ." I (t "Picture People"

back to school In the fall and especially I to a delay in some of the material, was supposed to be dont'. We had Billy: "How come you write so I -.-: :) I II Iii
when football I it will be sometime next week before competition In this from Yen and 1 slow?" : i
season opens Stuart, but we walked from ,(U: SUN. & MON.
as Coach McLaughlin will not be : it Is completed. away Bobby: "Cause my brother can'tread J1
them all. with Vero coming second fast." ( "' 0
here. .
For the last 12 years Coach V and Stuart third + ".%.mR. STANAVICKGARY
McLaughlin has been connected I I -o- .
directly or indirectly with the "The GentlemanFrom So on the whole. we didn't do Oveda: "Hasnt Albert ever mar- ... I COOPERIn
school. so ba>1. did we? I IJ i !ink that our ried?" Arsenals, America are working I -
Hong Kong"Our
Not only the boys of his football showing does honor to Mr. Pippen Grannie: "I don't think he Intends at terrific speed turning out this long "BALL OF FIRE"also

teams but the girls who were his I who i 1'1 really the one behind It all. to. He Is studying for a range effective weapon for our I
students in academic work, admire Seniors of 1941.42 really Our winning teams will go to Ft. Bachelor's degree." armed forces. You and your neigh. -
him. showed us the kind of stuff they're Lauderdale someMme !In ;',ne\ to -0- bor working hand-in-hand In unity Disney Cartoon
It can truthfully be said that :
make the of
made of. "The in ri'' can punkible purchase
Gentleman from compete the trlct finaK SeeSawAlice
he Is -
a "falr-and-square" fellow. I an adequate number of these -
Hong Kong" was a native of China Here's wlshiut! th IlicltCpmmencement (housewife guns
f He m ) : "Yess, I'll give
. always taught the boys that by buying War Bonds. Put 10 per COMING-
I'> and the hero if the play was portrayed V--- you a handout one condition.
pn
football was a game which would cent of your Income in War Bonds to
prepare you for the ups and downsof by Gene Elledge Other out- RecitalThe Did you notice that pile of woodIn help reach your county quota, every I "KING'S ROW i with Ann !herflan.
life In later jean. standing characters were: the yard" pay day. |I
Leslie Cheshire as Boyd Garneran Tramp: "Yes, I seen it."
Too, he taught the boys to keep Commencement recital will THE LITTLE FOXES" with
actor with a small Income. be Alice: "You should mind wour \
in
mind >
the following lines. presented. u jder the direction cf Belle Davis.
"For when the One Great Scorer | Winifred Crouch Hardy as So- Mrs. Merle Bartlett Friday eve- grammar and say 'you saw It'." AT STUD tT. S. Government
comes phia Shedd Miss Montgomery's ning, June 5. at 8:43 o'clock at the Tramp: "Lady, you saw me see Remount stallion, "Moosehead"by "HOLD TIMT GHOST" with Abbott

Torlte against your name. housekeeper. high school auditorium The en- it. but you ain't seen me saw ito !" Sir Galahad (III). Light ': and C'oslello.

It won't be whether yoU won or Nettle Pearl Rigsbee as June tire music class Is to take part and I Bay 11 hands lit 1.100 I'm I i "TilE BV-IHUL \CIIELOR"
lost. Montgomery heir to the Mont- will be assisted by the Girls' Glee ]I I Bring It On Quiet disposition Fee SlO, pa". with Lum and .Vbner.

But how you played the game." gomery formulas Albert: "You ought to take I able In advance Tom Kirby,

Coach we thank you for your Albert Berka as Andrew Tomklnsa club.The public Is cordially Invited to'i 1 chloroform." Ft. Pierre, Fla. 48-Sle .:,*.:.,:..: .:..:..:..:,*: *.:.,: .:.*.:..:..!-.:.*.:-;....
government agent J. O: "Yeh? Who teaches It""
interest and help this year, and we attend this program. I
wish for you much success and Alice Donaldson Raulerson as V -0- -
Benita Byron-an agent of the secret I But He Takes ItPhysician ,
happiness as you launch out Into "AS I SEE IT -" | TIRE NOTICEWe
service.
another field.A Student. I : "You still take your'morning
V J. O. Wolff as Ricardo Revell bath I suppose."
I' Well here I am again with whatI Charles all sizes Rubber in
.I'SE BEEN THINKING another agent. H : "Never miss it. now have Recap
Mary McLaughlin as Coolly Sara hope Is a little "new dirt" on u Sometimes I take it hot sometimesI
This I stock and can give prompt service. Get a Cer-
year has been a good yearat I' few of our friends.I .
I take It cold
Ja-a gypsy. and when I'm In a
school. Everything anyone has I Lavena Harden as Elin Joy asister" i guss hat Sylvia's heart reailvbelon I hurry I take it for granted" tificate from your local Tire Rationing Board
attempted to do has turned out ;, to Damon but she Just
"sob for the AmalgamatedPress. I -0Everything's- and we'll recap your tires in one of Florida'sbest
quite successfully. For the first can't resist! having a date with Even
time in a number of we've .ther then. pl.1nts-cignt years experience.
years boy: low and I heir j
Martha S.
Gerald Leatherman as John Hen- I : (at F.F.A. baseba'.1game !
had a newspaper In which we were that she and
derson of the Oswego Police force. "Bearcat" Hamilrt | ) : "Look we have a man on
free 10 express our ideas. Ideals and"chinkings" It well Tire & Retreading
I The play was produced by Mrs. were hitting off pretty Sunday every base!I" Humphries
that's if we do any night. Better be careful. DavId -
Eva Dixon. Directors were EvelynLee Martha W.: "That's nothing so '
thinking). Too. through this paperwe''e and Frances Collins; managers Damon has a hot temper, from has the other side." CompanySouth
been able to publish and pre- what I heard (Where was Molly?)
-Gerald Leatherman stage managers -oIt -
; Dixie Ph. 139 Fort Pierce
serve write-ups of various events. "Skeeter" Hunt, our mystery gill I Highway -
Teddy Oreenberger Connie Actually Happened
There have been a number of seemed to be doing all tight wit: .
Raulerson; ushers, Wllia Tomlin- Bobby P.: "Everybody around I -- -- u ----- -
new clubs organized, such as Agen- son Connie Raulerson, Gerald Clyde Sunday night. too, but I I her is getting a watt and I'm gang -
da club A. O. club and the Theta don't think It was anything serlou, "
Lea therman: business managers tr get me one.
Beta club. All of these have grown on either pai'. I heard that Bob- "
"Willa Tomllnson and Arlene Burk. Miss Finger: "You are? THE POCKETBOOK
and contributed to an all-around It's orchids from our staff to the by had the upper hand here. BIT: Bobby: "Yen, but it won't do me
school program. Too. the Future productions !'lit looks like that "wise old owl"
Seniors for two grand I any ;good"Miss
Farmers have had a rather successful 'that told me that. Just dldnt KNOWLEDGE
this year. Finger: "Why can't yo T
year with exception to the know. tell time?"
mar keting of their broccoli crop, V \ From all appearances "Hoot"
which not their fault 7TH GRADE GIRLSWe V '.: iAs
was I and "Sylvester" were just made for -
I hope that next year these new each other I wonder. 'FILTH COLUMN'

clubs will continue their organizations had a home-room period today I Some one told me that Phyllis I I I ram

activities and thus as they Thursday., May 21), and Mary Cason was just too tired to go out. May 29. 194 't. __

J grow, our school will\ row. Virginia Swain presided. Dorothyhad From the looks of the books she i Dearest "Patch": I' : -

Now I'm proud to say I'm a some old business We are carries home, I wouldn't doubt It. Ah's been a-wonderin' what's. the ,

member of Okeechobee high school, going to go on a swimming partyone If she really studies them. Thiscouldn't i matter with Cupid. Spring is beautiful

tut this is what I've been thinking: day before school is out. Virginia be just an excuse could it. and It's time for a younn

. "Why can'te have a Student read the Scripture, and we I "Babe?" I man's fancy to turn to love, but as t' A troeauttw

-, Body government?" We used to- gave the flag salute and sang. 1 saw Leslie sporting Betty In for as we know there hasn't been L Nr Ise MA K,

and it worked O. K. With the "America." the Barber's car the other day. I I a-beln' any new loves. Co'se' them MEN /ANOVJOMfti.70OOOO

I knowledge the Future Farmers Later in the meeting we went They must have an "X" card. They old loves such as: Leslie and Bet- WILL ti

",j have of parliamentary law, it out and had our pictures taken. seem to be getting on very well. I ty, Sylvia and Damon Gerald and OO TIa

. would be simple for us to launch I Afterwards we came back and Mil heard that she turned down a date Kathryn Cheater and Alice, Wini- f1 kl CAIIlD yaq IN 19a3p

j at the first of school next year a dred had a program consistnlg of: Friday night to walt on him to get I fred and Wlndell, Nettie Pearl and

real political campaign for student Iris sang, "Strawberry Lane." home from Vero. I Teddy, Sllvanus and Jean Lee are I

body officers, and thus, after the Virginia sang "Oh, Johnnyl"! Cur friend Albert, Just can't I progressing.:

government has been set up every I And then the group dang several make up his mind between Esther II Now what we've been wondering

I student will be taught throuh songs together. rnd "Frog" I think that "Frog" Is just what Clyde David, Jack C.

chapel programs to realize Just I V has the upper hand, but Albert is I Jak Wolff, J. T.. Bobby.

what responsibility each Individual Bicycle BrigadeThe just a little bit bashful. Albert Marion} Connie L. M. Gene.
has in order to build a school program The old between
romance Teddy Porky, and oh, dozens of other
that he or she will be proud Girl Scouts mounted their and Nettle Pearl is definitely "on" high school romeos are looking for. i

of. -A Student.Camping bicycles and farmed:: a brigade UI I ajaln Here's wishing them luck Think of all the beautiful girls

V strong and ventured to a picnic Everyone: I Is wondering what has I such as: Arlene, Betty, Juanlta I A MUCH tfOOO ftllOUtOf IN h WC'1\JItV euacvt
happened to Mildred late- June ] A.OIND ,O.'l OI /w VMI' co..n "'A.A
TripThe grounds on Taylors creek, where Morgan Estelle, Molly, Martha 8 (not II 71.'t7 LTtI If vdf
swimming and a picnic supper was ly, Wasn't it she who was so pop- I Martha W-she's non-available) I ttpscu wlaya4 Hwas, c.rro.lA.y.v roeA '

Theta Beta club members enjoyed Saturday afternoon, May ular a day or two ago? Better get Eva Nelle, Perllee, Oveda, Aletha, pQcg.r AsrWQO W.Ii Atm
AUCttary
clad in slacks and carrying suit- 23.The wise, Mildred find well, hundreds of others I \\ <.!,.10M,.cfla.t ,.
cases and bags filled with camping Girl Scouts held their regular It Is definitely 'all off" betweenJ. L won't even mention, Including some e..QD...'T,. 1O
< equipment climbed upon a Florida weekly meeting Tuesday, and O. and Doris. There really wasa > of 'em ninth graders. I \ "6.000A -

Motor Line bus bound for Lake after the formal opening a military romance kindling there, but it Come on, kids, this Is Just a sug- \\ .... yIA'2Q -.
Annie today at 4:30 o'clock. drill was practiced. At the com- went aslray. Now that really Is too gestion, but give us some romance "

We expect to return tomorrow- mand of Cpmmander Billy Good- tad, tt3aui: they trade a nice to write about. How can I write a -000

tired and happy. No doubt we will man the Girl Scouts fell right In couple. decent letter without love? Oh MY".,"."...

bring signs of mosquito bites and line. This Is proof enough that Does anyone know anything well, maybe some of dem college I INDPrfa efsserI

f. a few red bugs, but we don't mind girls will make good soldiers, not about Frances Knight? I heard kinds being home they'll help us lion,.MM.IiI wa.w Maw otrvt'toeev us.taAOraMln.ta.al A
1 -that's all part if the fun. We only that such drill will give the that the couldn't go out any more out. I'je shorely hopin' so. I T.H. AaMaO tb fur 1r .,A.

know you envy us, and we'll!! let- girls good posture and make them for awhile If this Is 10, It really There Is a little rumor concernIng M YSr'a.5'0 aaf N ttwaAsawfuoAw4w o bat -

cha know how this trip turns out tall and beautiful. Is a shame. Someone let me know Porky, after all. Is it true that





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