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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 28-Number 29 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 8, 1943 Price Five Cents

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-DR. McDERMID RECt'PFRATINO I ,- .. AGE REQUIREMENT iw1.f

NEWS ABOUT OUR I AFTER OPERVTION IN MIAMI SPECIAL FARM POSTER FOR COFFEE RATION i J. Hendry Is


I made A person who was 14 years old The New
MEN IN SERVICE Dr H C. McDermid who Member
at the time of his registration lot
his home in Okeechobee for many
I War Ration Book One and U now
is located at I
years but who now
--- -- Key West Is recuperating at the I 15 years old is NOT entitled to use Local Draft Board
O. L. Pippin for several years MIami I I War Ration Book, One for coffee.
agricultural teacher In the Okee- Jackson Memorial hospital at -
whose la shown
Only a person age
chobee high school. has recently following a serious operation -
I 15 War Ration
I as years or over on
weeks
which was performed two W J. Hendry has
been promoted to the rank of second I Book One is eligible to use his bookto recently been
lieutenant in the United States ago I buy coffee.Expiration appointed a member of the Okee-
Okeechobee The many friends in Okeechobeeof chobee Draft Board to succeed J.
Army Lleut Pippin left -
last after the regular Dr. McDermid will be glad] to date for filing appli- L. Barber who resigned as a mem-
spring
cation for War Ration Book 1 is
condition is good and rMep"it OjirsrrA
learn that his
term of school was out and was ; January 15.Some ber of the board several monthsago
sent to Camp Blanding and was that he is on the road. to recovery A. W Davis was appointed
V
later transferred to Camp Lee. I --- -V- Oovernment Appeal agent to suc-

o 0 ceed Mr Hendry and both took office -
War Bond QuotaOf iPt : Facts About at the meeting of the board

Frank Bradley who Is stationed IL last Tuesday night Mr. Hendry
at Camp Blanding with the army I has served the
County RaisedIn Your Income Tax as Appeal Agent for
arrived at his home in Fort Pierce # the local board since It was first organized -
last week and is spending; a ten and Is

days Okeechobee furlough Monday.there. Frank greeting visited his January QuotaOkeechobee And How It Works with bers. the duties of thoroughly the board familiar mem


friends and attending to businessHe .#,, Mr. Barber was appointed as A
life" i Is not so
states that
army
member of the board In
April to
Countv quota 01 ""' "
bad one might believe" WHAT IS INCOME: TAX?
as
take the place of K. E Stello who
War Bond purchases for tine monthof F i
o 0 I The federal income tax Is, as the
resigned. In May Mr Barber
January has been raised to anew was
Donald Barber who enlisted in high of 13680. This is aboutIn I name implies a tax levied upon incomes I transferred to the West Palm Beach
and it Is in relation
the aviation reserve corps several line with the Increases made in I the payable office of the army engineer wherehe
received notice to to amount of Income. -Income remained until August when he
months ago has nearly all counties In the state for
be ready to report" for active duty this month. Florida's quota to' for federal Income tax purposes was transferred to Ocala where he

In the near future. Just when or I January Is $9900000 which Is avery means In general any compensa'Ion Is now located.

where he Mill report has not been substantial raise over last for one's services whether the The members of the local draft

determined jet but he expects" to month which was $6505000 compensation be in money or in board as It now stands are E. H

be caled into tralmlng within a ; This high quota is parth' due" to I goods or other services; It Includes Hunt chairman, and C. A Ful-
also the net value for the
product ford and W J. the
very few days I the fact that $2,400,000 of our January Hendry are
o .. 0 anticipated i of one's labor, as farm produce in other members while A W Davis
i quota represents the" case of the farmer: income Is the Oovernment Appeal Agent.
Marlon McCarthy. son of Mr. and limit" buvlng There" are mam from Investments, profit from bus-

C Mrs. D. B McCarthy left Sundayto people who acquire the" $5000 lim- 'cress operations: and other gains V

return to school at the Unlver- it of Series E Bonds in one pw from sales and exchanges" of goods C. F. Walker Is

ilty of Florida at Gainesville He chase. and the January' quota war nd propertv Certain limited cat-

I la taking ROTC training at the Increased In anticipation of the" Deciles of income are however" tax

university and has recently been I Imit purchases for the ralendai exempt and to the extent" of such ; Again Elected As
While there" ire" several
1943.
promoted from the rank of sergeantto vear exemption are excluded in comput-
that of lieutenant. In Okeechobee" countv who bought;
ing the tax.Because !
1 0 0 their $5000 limit last year their Board Chairman
I of exemptions from the
Ray Simmons left this week to purchase" were scattered throughout 'tax given to persons having less

return to the naval training sta- the year and most of them" will than certain stated amounts of income -
tion at Jacksonville after spending be planning] to buy these Bonds the
". as well as because of various At the meeting of the Board of
several days here with his mother" same way In 1943. Consequently
deductions and credits allowable. County Commissioners held at thecourt
Simmons. this will necessitate many more" PIT on pile or buoys at the four
Mrs Eugenia
Lake Okeechobee I inK a small! proportion of the number house Monday the new board
0 from
0 smaller purchases" of bonds corners
of persons receiving\ income re-elected C F Walker as their
will to meet onTanuary These ] shall be
Corporal Woodrow Walker $1875 up if we are 'II' regulations
have until recently been" subject to chairman for the next two years
leave tomorrow to return to Camp quota Will Be Used For 'nfoiced by the Commandant U the tax. Thus, of the estimated" and appointed T. W. Conely, Jr.,
Blandlng after spending a ten" day Sales so far for this month have" Naval Air Station Ft Lauderdale {
55 million persons in this countr bounty attorney to serve for the
furlough here with his parents. Mr. been very" encouragin A cliecV'" : Fla. and such agencies as he
a'h-? received Income in one formor next two J ears The board also re-
:and Mrs J. H Walker" Sr, Corp. at the" postoffice shows a total of Aerial Bombings may designate.It another, during the calendar appointed John Chandler as Janitor

Walker has recently been promoted $5650 to date. Is not proposed to hold a pub- year 1941 only some 26 million perSons for the term *

l- from the rank of private to that Sales for the coming week are ..-- Hojiearlng on.this application.Any Anyone were, required" ta file federal The new mcinbeii, of thj board 4 ,
of corporal at the induction station expected! to be very good as many desiring to protest the proposed
Application has been made to the Income tax returns for that year that assumed office Monday wereC.
at Camp Blanding] where" he is are buying Bonds early to assure work from the standpoint, of Its .
War Department by the Commanding while of these same 28 million more E Drawdy from the Okeechobee
seats for the interference with, effect ,
good or
stationed.
themselves] of upon than 9 million were not taxable District succeeding E J. Wilson
V- night at the Officer U S. Naval Station Ft. nutation should submit such
----- how next Wednesday pro-
: due to credits and' deductions allowable who did not make the race for reelection -
Gilbert Theatre If you have bought tauderdale, Fla for the establishment test in writing with reasons in suf. .
Now last May and B C. Swain
Enoch Walker
and have not received Orient detail to intelligent
Bonds this month of regulations" by the Secretary permit \ As a result of the lowering of ex- from the Fort Drum District succeeding -
ticket for the Gilbert 'onsideratlon Protests should be
: your of War governing the use and i "mptions. many more persons are J. T. Phelps who also did
Wednesday" see Mr mailed to the District! Engineer U
Home from Months Theatre" next now subject to the federal Income not make the race for re-eelction*,
navigation of in Lake
an area
," Mrs Culbreth" or myself and I S Engineer Office P. O. Box 4970.
I tax than before and for the calendar For the next two years the board
If you Okeechobee to be used aerial Jacksonville Fla. in time be
hey" will be !lIven to you as an to received -
Submarine year 1942 It is estimated that will be composed of C. F. Walker,
Aboard vet bought any Bonds don bombing non-expos-/] / on or before January 11th.
I hove not range\ Only more than 35 million persons will chairman Ernea Hllllard, R E

at once and get your free show >ve bombs will] be used The proposed I 1943 file] federal income tax returns. To (Eddie) Bass C E Drawdy and B.
Several! V
'I tickets for this occasion. restricted area Is approximately I the large number of persons now C. Swain

Enoch Walker" who is In the ;. SOO and $100 seat have been al- two miles square the centerof i Lee Brewer Died subject to the federal Income tax Beside the election of officers and

United States NavY arrived home ready reserved" as well as quite a the area being approximately' who have never" reported Income other appointments only routine

Saturday mornln! and is spendinga number of the $50 and $25 Vi, miles north of the town oil I before) for federal tax purposes" anunderstanding business was transacted by the

short furlough here with his par. Plans of the theatre and the reservation Lake Harbor and approximately : At Home Here of the law and applicable board

ents. Mr. and Mrs Hulon Walker" of seats is as follows miles" west of the west edge ofKraemer's regulations] is I of prime Importance VG.S

and family. Enoch has been In the" i I Back center row reserved" for pur- Island .
RATIONING WILL
naw six years In May and was a- I 'hssers of $500 Bonds or more." The proposed" area will be marked Wednesday Night An income tax return is a declaration BE RIGIDLY ENFORCED

board a submarine in the Pacifict I i Next 30( seats, $100 to $;00 Bond at the corners with suitable buoys I on the part of the taxpayerof

the time of Pearl Harbor in De- purchasers I ind the target which Is an area I his total taxable income for the Tampa Fla., Jan. 7

cember 1941 Next 44 seats $50 to $100 Bond 9 feet square located In the center R L Brewer died at his home vear. together with the various deductions L F. Scharfschwerdt, Chairman,

He left his ship somewhere on purchasers" of the above described area will here Wednesday" night after" a long exemptions and credits to Board 43-57-101.
the Pacific coast and made the trip I Next 80 seats $25 to $50 Bond nisi I I in reli-
be marked with buoys. I'lness due to paralysis and heart which he is entitled. It is Okeechobee, Flo.

t/i Okeechobee" bv train and expects" purchasers Plans of this area may be seen I trouble. He was taken" sick first ance upon voluntary disclosure] and We have Just been advised by

to leave some time next week for Next 22 seats. $10 In War Stamps at the U. S. Engineer Office 2nd I ib'nit a vear Un but imoroved to he integrity of taxpayers generally the Office of Price Administration,

his return. Enoch carries the rating Next 44 seats. $5 in War Stamps floor of U. S. courthouse and post such an extent that he was again hat the cost of administration of Atltnta, Ga., that further petrol-

of machinists mate first class Balance of front seats lOc stampsor nfle!! Jacksonville, Fla.. and at the I able to be out and attend to business lI the Income tax can be kept at a eum shortages on eastern seaboard

and has been aboard a submarine moreColored. I TT. S Engineer office at ClewUton, 'I l when about two months ago minimum. Though the return Is demand drastic measures to reduce
.lr re lone before" Pearl Harbor. ] balcony. lOc stamp or
Fla. he suffered another stroke which i voluntary statement, any person gasoline consumption. Such measures
Since the war broke out his ship more. The following regulations are t+e never overcome who willfully makes a return whichhe became effective Thursdaynoon

has been operating in the Pacific Do not fall to buy a Bond and attend or- proposed to govern" the use and I Mr. Brewer was born at Arcadia does not believe to ,be true and January 7, and are as follows -

and while he does not say much some War Savings Stamps navigation of this area I sixty-five years ago but moved to correct in every material matter is :

:about it he has very" likely seen the show next Wednesday (a) The danger area is open to Okeechobee when he was Just a boy subject to the penalties provided bylaw (1) Passenger automobiles in gas-
plenty of action since the war ?il ht There will be only one show I
"avlaatton except when bombing home since
I| and had made this his oline shortage area, including area
starts
started and will see more before it that night. The program to practice Is being conducted. I having engaged In the cattle busl-I The first requirement of the laws within the Jurisdiction of Tampa

Is over promptly at 8 P. M. Your the picture Worries 'I
-V- he shown U "Sing ... Mce the area will be Inspected by "hlef deputy'sherlff" under the late''' turn. For individuals generally this occupational and family or personal
RECORD CROP OF SUGARCANE Away". AND there will oe no naval craft which will warn navigation Piev Bill Collins. must be done by March 15 followIng necessity driving. Such drivingto

INDICATED DESPITE I uctlon Let's make it a date Is to leave the area by zoomIng I After moving to Okeechobee Mr the end of the calendar year Include shopping, attendance at
and school
WORST DROUTH KNOWN Vacation Is over Also \ a safe distance to the side Q'er married Miss Kansas Draw- The return must be filed with the religious services, procuring medical

I In full swing once more able (c) Upon receiving this signal dy. He Is survived by the widow appropriate Collector of Internal attention, visiting the sick attend-
Clewlston Jan. 6. (FNS>-Despite Mrs. Pearce and her very watercraft within the danger district in which
I any -id five children" four girls and one Revenue for the ing funerals or attending meetings
the worst fall drought in the his- I assistants are back on the job and as zone shall Immediately leave It and "x>v. They are Mrs Eva Walton t. located the legal residence or directly related to the occupation

tory of the Everglades! the record I usual Sales" of War Bonds school last no craft shall enter this area until and Mrs Frank Baker of Okeecho- principal place of business of the necessary to public welfare, or war
sugar cane crop has not been adversely Stamps at the high practice has ceased. "P", Indian- making the return.
That Is a ( Mrs. D. W. Rowell of person or profession of the applicant, or
affected. Jay W Moran Monday totaled $17150 for (d) At intervals of not more than 1011and Mrs. Smith Oale of New Under the present law, evary sin- health, or property. However" ,
vice-president of the U S. Sugar mighty fine record and a mark three notice will be sent married
to beat on months Jersey and Curtis Brewer of Okee- gle] person and every per- effort, or driving to meet an emergency -
Corporation reported this week. **r elementary school certainly 'out that bombing practice Is con- r""bee, 'on not living with husband or involving a threat of life,

While winter vegetables! in the their Friday purchases I tinuing and such notice will appearIn Funeral services were conducted ",'lfe, having a total Income earnings whether such driving is necessary

area have suffered the cane crop hope they beat It. More good news their the local newspaper and In the .t the cemetery yesterday afternoon together with other Income) w\l1' depend on availability of other

has been kept in good condition by concerning the schools and next 'Notice to Mariners"e .t four o'clock with the Rev. D O of $500 or more, and married per- transportation.Such .

maintaining water table levels program on War Savings ( ) These regulations shall not Merman, pastor of the Baptist sons living with husband or wife driving in any motor vehi-

through interior pumping week. deny passage through the area of church offflclatln. Yates Funeral throughout the taxable year, who cle of any kind or description using

which also have provided faCl1ltles'l W. RPage, Chairman, regular cargo-carrying vessels pro- Home of Fort Pierce was in charge "ave an aggregate Income (total any type of highway rations shall

tory moisture conditions Okeechobee County War Savings Deeding" on the established lanes "' the burial. earnings of both husband and wife not Include going to places of

rane planted this fall, I Committee for such vessels In case of the The pall bearers" were S M together with other Income) of amusement recreation or enter-

At the same time he announcedthat V presence of any such vessels in !'Swain W A. Moore, Clifton Ellis\ $1200 or more, regardless of the tainment, or social calls, sightsee-
the crop which \is expected to I Mr and Mrs. F. F. Burr returnedto the danger area, the officer In Murray Fulford Earnest Boyetteand i'amount of net Income, must file a ing touring vacation travel, hunting -
produce more than 100,000 tons of their home here last Sunday after charge of bombing operations shall I C E. return.
or fishing, Violators of this
this has been showIn three days In Miami Drawdy.V.
raw sum year spending cause the cessation or postponement M V order shall be subject to cancella
IT a high sucrose yield to date. where they went for Mr. Burr to of such practice until the vessel has Mr and Mrs. E L. Shuler re- Albert Berka Jr., and Connie tion of gasoline rations.

The proper supply of labor must consult a specialist. cleared the area, or until there is turned to Jacksonville Sunday after Roulerson left Sunday night for You are urged and directed to
be maintained Moran added If the -o- distance betweenthe to school at I
adequate safety spending two weeks here with Gainesville to return ask all state, county, and municipallaw
record crop Is to be completely I Miss Francis Houchard returnedto target and such vessel The their daughter, Mrs. J T Hancockand the University of Florida after enforcement officers in your

harvested and the company Is still Okeechobee Monday after spend- vessel shall proceed on its normal children., spending two weeks here with relatives territory to report to your board

in need of additional labor in order ing two weeks with her family at course and shall not delay Its prog -o- during Christmas. all persona found violating proviso

to insure a proper flow of cane to Clearwater re... Cecil Holmes spent several daysof -0W ions of this order.

meet the sugar house's' grinding ADVERTISE (f) The danger zone will be this week in Fort Pierce attend- R. Page was a business visitorIn Carlton C. Cone, .

schedule RE WISE marked by appropriate warning ing to business and seeing friends. Fort Pierce Tuesday. District Manager




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TWO THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. 1943@hl'cchnhl'C

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I I 1 I Expenses incurred 1600 I, JSOTirKlOkeeehnhtw fid, I"I1I.nl end Interest. If Any,
vote for against the calling \
01 I
( Co. Commissioners I Florida i>f the date of such Refunding
? JNefas wish to follow the equality of op- Bishop Office Equip Co., December 20 194JMUHK County ; that creditor. deHlrlng form

portunity which stretches out be- Record Book and supplies 91131 i, IH IIKKKItY: UIVK.N: .. o( claim to be executed may

Published Every Friday by the I| fore us all and the manner in which Transact BusinessIn State Tuberculosis Sanat, |i'''I. Lawn|L"r.IIt, of Klorliln to HIM.I ion, Act 0 uf 10J7('ha'known'ter b.n I l "of'111'I1pnn the Cltv of application Okepchobce to, Flora the
that all creditor who here
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho each of us chooses to worship God Hosp. Bryan Oainous .. 28,52 the \lirilV ACT the folluwlnii do'mrllieil tiled ncreptaneei tn ban the Plan
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bee, Okeechobee County, Florida. "All these things and many more Florida Power & Light Co, I Florida, laud will In he Okomhohoe offered fur County wile i need not file further

form the Bill of Rights They are Regular SessionDECEMBER Elec. C. H. & Jail, Dec. 1630 linlillc ,ruler)' fur the' hlitbi'it a ciiient* uf order claim of 1111'thin'... Court.dlreeted by

BRYANT BOWDEN ............. Editor 'j all parts of the whole. Destroy one L L. Conrad Attend.. Co. I!.I tli.11,, .'t Tnmtecii nub, bid of iihjert the Inlt'rlllli to Iliii I Improvement right |<1 his Oth day of December.

and you destroy them all. With Comm., Dec. ... .... 800' Fend to reject any anil all I 1043MTV
OK OKEEC1IOBEK,
Entered as second class matter 21 1942 Ruble Bass, Basinger Sch. Hi,' ('(iii rl Illume, lit 10 A. M on
them you have the dignity which I'I 111th i I I day of Ke.briiur. lOla, .: FLORIDA
July 1, 1914 at the Poet Office In is man Without them you havea The Board of County Commls- Cafeteria .."... 12.50', fur nmil' rlvlit of way 2(10 fret wide I Dot t1.t,2' ..Tan 1.11

Okeechobee, Florida, under the I| hollow pretense called the state. .loners of Okeechobee County, Florida Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co, |; h" nurrveil fnun any imreel ': __. -_ _. r
l; ,,'hl >h there lion exlHtliiv State" j,
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. I "With them you have the powerto met pursuant to adjournmenton Co. J, and Jail, Dec. .... 12 91 < II i ". ,. . ,
I S'<, of l'iWIot NE'. HIT M 'fwl' I .
December 21, 1942. Welfare Board ,
I dream great dreams and make County ::17 IIKB :M E. 20 Here "

RATE dreams come true Without them Present were: Chairman C. F Relief Allowances . 35000 I.ot 2 to 24 Ine, Blink 1, Buns I
One In advance ............. $200 I
year have only the ashes or Ignor- Wilker! Commissioners E. J. Wil 'FINE & FORFEITURE FUND j I I S/D. of NWM of RKVi of NUV, |I
Six months In advance ...........tOO you 8ee 1.1. 'I'wl', 7H. lire. 30E. I
and son. R. E. Bass J. T. Phelps; County : Roy R Raulerson Cost Bills
ance
Three months In advance ........ .75 slavery"v I.nt. II unit tJ. Bin,,'k P \\Vrlht I Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee
Attorney T. W Conely, Jr, and Co. Court, Dec. 93.60T A UIIHK Ciibill\lHon, | of B\V<4 of

bills on FEEDING THE FIGHTING :MEN Clerk Roy R. Raulerson. I I W Conely Jr., i i "sEt "f Mof Sec 15. Twu :87.I .
Advertising are payable I I I litre. 33.'rltl'sTIIS: I
Pursuant to advertisement in The Sal. Juvenile Judge, Dec. 15 00 II'
the first of each month. Parties : : OP TIIR: '' :-
unknown to publishers required to I Conning Food a Defense Project Ckeechobce New and Bond Buyer ;, T. W Conely, Jr., i I I Ii'iu vi'\IIN'F: FI'M OK 'I'

pay In advance. I! It Is Imperative that the American notifying holders of Okeechobee Docket Fees Dec. ," ... 2200 I 1 1'\1'10 I Boy: OK It.K1.0II1DA.Hv Itnub'rson.. .\". I Friday & Saturday

people realize that In 1943 there County Road & Bridge Refunding' L L. Conrad cost Bills 'I I riiHlen I. I. Fund|, Ok..chohe.r""I1I I I

Reading notices! In local columns. vl'l be need for all the pounds of Bone!. Issue of 1940. that sealed I Sheriff Dec. .. 3'76851 I )', rinrliln.is !

10 cents a line. Rates for display ;( canned food, food American cannerscan tenders would be received at the j Citizens Bank of Stuart -. {I Double FeatureI

advertising furnished on appllca-i produce, both for the armed | hour of 10:00: A M. Eastern WarTime Part payment of note : TUB tAirnn: $STATE: M< j: I

tlon Classified advertising 2 cents force, our alles, and the civilian and the time having arrived due 1-6-43 1500.00 TRICT COURT IN AND: FOR '' ,

each word per Insertion.! AH Items population j t the Board was Informed that no RO\D & BRIDGE FUND I I MillHKKN 111.10'0111': DIXTIlirT I'lKllcn". DIVISION OK PI.OHI I E. BROWN

regarding enterprises conducted for We want to bring to your atten- tenders had been received. I Pay Roll. Diit No. 4, Labor 27,00i | No 81 Kt. I'. Hiinkrupti'v.IV ID

profit are chargeable at cdvertlsing Upon motion by Commissioner i Roll, Dist No. 2. Labor 600i RE:
tion that In 1943 the army l h taking Pay CITY OK OKnnniOHEK.: .' ) ).
DARING
rates.. better than 50" of all canned Phelps. duly seconded by Commis- i William Prescott, Lumber I i Petitioner "THE

-- -. ... .-. foods 58":* of all canned bean, and'W sioner Bass and carried, paymentof | Dist. No.2. .., '.. 34,40 i I NOT< I: TO (KMIITom YOUNG MAN"RUSSELL

: of all canned tomatoes, based 1400 00 for the City fire truck', Domer's Machine Shop, Repairs I Yon are lienliv" nollDed, thut on

-- on what each canner packed In was approved and ordered paid. 1, Co Tractor... 375 lpMh I ilnv nf Iiepi-inher, A, H 1042, tI I II .
I 1''lIlIullor. t'lM nf .'!
Too : 1942 For example the people who Upon motion by' Commissioner Bennie Jones Tire Repair, I i,1 Ida, It'wl l n |ielltlon Okeerholw for flcjirmiil' 811 HAYDEN
Late To i
Classifyn worked for and with the Okeecho- I Wilson duly seconded bv Commissioner | Dist.! No.1.. "...... .... 2.75 ,'"iillrinntlon of a I'lnn of (' "". I I

;. HI s.n: i, K \\' bee canning factory packed approximately I Phelps a donation of $5000to I Knight's Service Sta, Gas I IX'Ion of lender the the Bankruptcy rroxlftlon Apt of of ( I II 1 I In

+++++++++++++++++ ++++ I 200000 rasps of snap the Boy Scouts was approved oil and repairs, Dlst. I nlleil. Stilt' .. ni aineniled': Hint n'.R'I!I I I LONE PRAIRIE"with
j and! ordered paid. No.4. .. 1864I MII' "tn."III.lItlUI",1 ilntp the lodge
that1'1'
beans in 1942 That means I
il I
fnlti-il state" Plotrlct Court I
While It hay have proved quite j ji now have a standing order with the I The following vouchers were approved I There being no further business freil nn order nirn\liit| | the "
burden to the office I'm 'i flied I I"h i I
post glad I and ordered paid when imijierlr and compMnu "
armv for 118 000 cases from our the Board adjourned.
that most folks did not the "''''r IX of the Bankruptcy .\ Wills and his Texas Playboys
permit 1943 pack or In dollar value based i: funds are available: ill I', R. f, 41)1 401): ), anil tluit It '
war to prevent a Yuletide exchange GENERAL FUNDC i I I I''HI" I 'In guild ffllth
on 1942 government prices received i JANUARY 5. 1943Tht' 'I'he bust further entered an I' Also: Late News
of
cheery
greeting I an order for $300,000 worth of I F. Walker, Sal., Co. Board of County Commis- 'I 11Inir'' tin lienrlnir on the petition
Each Christmas I hear from old CartoonSunday
tin
canned beans This Is beans alone Comm. Dec 50 00 Koileral Itul411igu the City
and dear friends some in distant sioners of Okeechobee County, Florida Mlninl Florlila at the hour "f'0 ;
and not tomatoes. IE. J Wilson. Cal. Co > M f, mi the 20ih rlav of Fehrnnrv,
of the world whom I have met in special session on Tuesday I I p .
parts of
We would like to impress upon Comm.. Dec, 50 00 I I I" 1'MI, for tie purnoiio of .
lost track. One of the real Joys of January 5. 1943 for the purpose I kiilil petition' ml rnniilitnrlnff
the men and women who will\ accomplish I Ernest Milliard, Sal. Co. of organizing electing a chair- paiiliiir upon the Plan of (' .. I
the holiday season to me Is sitting
this work, the fact tha' Comm. Dec "" 50 00 inri'tlur vllh iniv mumer or "'
down after the rush of the day Is man and transacting such other 1 n' flied, liv nnfreilltor* of the 1'< ,I & Monday
closely tied to R. E. Bass Sal. Co
their efforts as
are before the tllliiner for the pnipoHe of takinnil :
the business as might come ,
and thru
over leisurely looking battlefield) opnratlor as are the Comm.. Dec 50 00 henrlnir ti'.!lmon\' upon mild' (' :i i I
cards have received. Board. ''of r1anilfhiff ,liilinn
I CotnpoKltlon
efforts workers engaged In : J. T Phelps, Sal Co. : I ROBERT YOUNG
of any Present wereCommissioner: B "Millioi-ii." 10,1-lrlnu' ] and. Inhiilntlnir,
This year they were exceptionally the manufacture of war machines | Comm.. Dec. 50 00 < ill" inreM and ri'lei'tlnim of the 'I JEANETTE MCDONALD
C. Swain. Dist No 1; Commissioner ., ,
fine Many rang with the person- battlefield Raulerson, Sal, of Composition filed liv nay i
ality of the sender. Some of the ammunition or other I Roy C. F. Walker. Dist No. 2; Commissioner mil to hear and\ roinlilor and !>" In
supplies. \, O Clerk Dec. .. 15000T ni'"''. "r rifi-r to n Mirrliil :Mailer
most In the form of Ernest Hllliard Dlst No ,
appealing were Sal. In iHnv am and nil of poll
This above statement is not the W Conely. Jr., "CAIRO"Also
Dlst 10.1! ami all other mnttern
post cards bearing a warm and 3: Commissioner C. E. Drawdy lily "ro"
I writer's personal opinion but the Co Judge. Dec 125.00 E Bass, '0 he hennl, or referred to mild SIH, >
kindly personal message or verse ''T No. 4'; Commissioner R. Ill' \l'Inatrr nt all time That I : Tathe News
Jr. Sal.
opinion of Robert P. Patterson un- W Conely. 'I,1' : :: :
Dist No 5 Roy R, Raulerson, Clerk tl" Petitioner Khali flle unnrn
;
All were appreciated.A der secretary of war as expressed Co. Atty., Dec. ....... ..... .... 50.00 Sheriff. "'f <.I Mill, ,] tang ")1' Huh ilnlins a" "The Flying Bear"Cartoon
stand out and and L. L,, Conrad, ,
few as always Sal. '"t"'ot" I'. Kinh inilltnm, In the nhm?
Alderman Tax
at the Food Processors' Conference. Be. se
I'\e selected two three with mes- Upon motion by Commissioner "iitll'id, unite on or .h,fore the '
or held In Chicago December 14th. Coll Dec. .. 125.00 "f |rh.' 'lieiirlnor: troth Inv of rel>
sages so clever or Inspiring as to I i which the writer. attended. We all Robert LaMartin. Sal.! Tax Hllliard, seconded by CommissionerBass .\ 11 1MI! : with the Clerk nf
deserve wider distribution and I'm i and carried. C. F. Walker was lilted 1 'I remember Napole sure none who sent them would appointed .. I
Sal. ,proof of eliilni Khali dewrlhe
"An moves on It's stomach J, L Chandler
object to my sharing them with army I for the next two years.Upn bond and .ho,,' the Amount of .
j ," That is as true today as It' Janitor. Dec. 75.00 motion Commissioner unpaid hI I.".., vhleh bee nrrrned 'I _

vou.From was then. We must see that our 0, C. Durrance Sal., I ir pi-lnr to the date nf the .
a friend In Maine came this I Hllliard duly seconded by Com- IN ftimllnflr rtonrtu to he, tunned it ,
army navy and other fighting for Act Pros. Atty, Dec 75.00 Swain T. W. Conely Jr. the Plan : where only eonponn .
courageous bit of verse: j missioner oRefiev.flsrry ..
I ces, fighting on many fronts. have W. B. Hargraves Sal., Supt. owned by' the creditor the total .
I was appointed as County Attorney nf NIII h Inter*'nt coup '". due to of
all the food they need Never again i Regis., Dec. 4000 the next two Inelinlliiar the dite of mieh SX666''
The drifting snows of winter for years.
I' must be repeated that report from City of Okeechobee, Pay- Mmiilii Khali he .le."rlh\ "parateh
May swirl about our feet; Upon motion by Commissioner nod the ei nponii due thereafter ah', 1 )
We may be short on sugar, Bataan "Lack of food proved our' ment in full for fire truck 1,400,00 Hllliard duly seconded bv Commissioner I'n' .' arnto1x denrrlheip: J"d,,11I' :
undoing Raulerson Dept. Store, Supplies ei'lloi-K .hull n'e the name form '
On rubber. gas and heat; Bass John Chandler was ".". r of ehllnl' roll' ullil'l deli'rllio then c;
We must also that our war I for Jail 6540 .
see ,, .
I ,
Old Santa be rationed appointed as Janitor for the next ]in I' > I 'iidn or pmipon* red Hi ed
may
j workers here at home have plenty Chas. L. Raulerson Agency His presents may be few t( .. .. ... 105 00 \two years.In halame due Oil' nreoiint'
of nourishing food, that they keep ] Co Officials Bonds
But thank the Lord I I pursuance of and In compli- I .
Pup the machines News, Adv. -- n --- j
: production of war ,,. The Okeechobee with Sections 4444 and 4446, I
My Christmas thoughtsCan ance 1
[ for our armed forces We must i i, Notice to Bondholders/ 5 50 Florida I
still go out to you. j Compiled General Laws of
continue to send great quantities R, Ra if snider, Treas, Donation 1927. the Board caused the Regis I rI

I of food to our allies who are fighting IS.I to Bov Scouts 5000 before
Most Inspiring striking, thought- nation Books to be brought RECAPYOUR
side side with against'the Adv. Call
by us The Bond! Buyer. to
provoking and timely was the one them and selected the persons

received from the office of Attorney Axis. for Tenders 3450 serve as jurors In the County and TIRES AT
I Fnr the War Department we extend The" vord Press. Inc., 1943
General Tom Watson Its messagewas Circuit Courts for the year
Its deepest appreciation for Statements 10.80
so profound, so In step with the meritorious accomplishment the Gilbert Tax Culbreth. Kerosenefor ,'i VI HUMPHRIES TIRE & RETREADING CO.

times, that I must It on. I
the pass men and women In the canning Courthouse .... ....... ..... 5 50 'ICTORY
Under the outstretched wings of an Fort Pierce Florida Phone 139
i factory and agriculture have helped | F1\F FORFEITURE FUND I ,
American Eagle appeared this warm BUY
achieve in 1942. In so doing younecple G C. Durrance Conviction V.TID
verse, written by Ruth Payne Bom- I have made a direct contribution fees Dec 13500ROD ..rnrSitiAR Nine Years experience Best of equipment.Send .

staff ford,: a member of the secretarial I toward the winning of thei{i & BRIDGE FUND I I., b your tires and truncates by bus line and sate time, tires

war. But we and Uncle"Sam are Paw Roil. Dist. No.1. Labor 173,50 I ':' >1
and rasoline. Prompt service. Government
going to ask more of you In 1943. '1 Pay P-+ll. Dist No 2. Labor 13,00 C ;: ;- ceiling prices.
When might was right in daysof
because there are fewer of us left Pav Roll. Dist. No 4. Labor S701
old
to do the job and we must and will B C swain Gas Dist --------------

The There Liberties were no we free-born have today men. do It better than In 1942. I I No 1 14 '70 ,

MARKHAM BROTHERS Paw Po1" Tractor & i iI
beyond their ken.
Were far
& COMPANYV I Grader Work 117 00Clewiston
I ,II THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
V Motor Co. i

But now a hard-won bulwark ,' RCII OF CHRIST SCIENTIST I Oil Filters 1.71 .") < ....\,.... ,- ''!' '
guards .)'t'I," ........A..'..
Gilbert Culbreth. Gas & i ""'
Our freedon In this land. i lIt I
"Sacrament" I is the su"i'rt rf MT Oil. Diet No.3' 13 60 ,
the mighty Bill of Rights r
Upon
lessonsermonI'hleh 11'11be\ read AORICTUTRL FUNDC
Secure and firm we stand.
In Churches of Christ. Scientist. A. Fulford. Sal. Co. I ", r
I f
throughout the world on Sunday. Aaient. Doc 10000 I I 1 / '

The Star of Bethlehem showndown | January 10. :JJ, S Underbill, Recording j II \P_ I tKI

The Golden Text is: "I will take Fees, Dee 30 on II
who his life ,
On one gave
To,love and serve his fellow men the cup of salvation and call upon There\ hrjut) no further businessthe I I

the name of the Lord. I will pay Board adjourned. I
strife.
from
And free the earth r
mv vows unto the Lord now in the ,

rcre'encc it all his people" (Psalms I II \
Although the world Is torn SANITARY 4. 1943
11613141.Among: ;
:
again
I the citations which Commis-loiters
By men of evil will\
comprise the Lesson Sermon Is
Christ's Kingdom Is invincible, the following from the Bible: .'"nURr\' 4 1943 at 10:00: A. M i

His Star is shining still. ,Present were: Chairman C F
"And! as they were eating, Jesus

took ''uead and blessed it, and Walker. Commissioners E J. WHin ,
Within the folded card was reproduced -
'' T T Phelps. Ernest Hllliard.
of brake it, and gave It to the disciples -

a vivid Interpretation I and said Take. eat; this is R. E Bass. County Attorney T. W | I I II
the "Bill of Rights" as written bya
Conelv. Jr. Clerk Roy R. Rauler- ,
mv bodv" (Matt 26:26): I
14-year-old girl. Patricia Mc- I The lesson-sermon also includesthe son. and Sheriff L. L Conrad I I :

Caffrey Her simple but clear para- Upon motion hv Comml'sloner'! -a.' "

phrase must surely come from Divine Christian following Science passage textbook from"Science the Phelps rtulv seconded by Commls. I ( ?'

Inspiration for she wrote: I sinner wrron the minutes were : I
born there and Health with Key to the Ssrlp- '. ; rr
The instant I was
read and approved. j
of tures" bv Mary Baker Eddy : ; .
stood around me ten guardians I, "The true sense Is spiritually lost, Reports of Marks end Brands for' .

my future. They came a long way n.t.trl"h Ni. 2. 3 and 4. were received I
the
if the sacrament !Is confined to /
-through pain and suffering per- und ordered filed In the of- It
use of bread and wine. The disciples Ii t
ecution, Intolerance and the dark.
had eaten yet Jesus prayedand fire of the Clerk of the Circuit
rim battlefield of tyranny. But Court | i
gave them bread. This would
they were present because they had Report or Rer lpt.s. Expenses and 1
have been foolish in a literal sense; II
decreed that this child the Amer- months'
the twelve
Net Income for
but In Its spiritual signification It < tT
ican had the rights to go forth In- rviod ending December 31. 1942 ,
was natural and beautiful" (p. 32: I
to the world a free self-respecting 20-25)). for T. W Conelv, Jr. County ,

God-fearing Individual V i U Judee was received and ordered

"The Bill of Rights Is the name filed\ In the office of the Clerk of :j ,
Kit Bowden and son Kay of
and
slven to these ten guardians the Circuit! Court !I '

to me they represent the life blood j Clew Ifton spent Sunday in Okee- The following vouchers were approved ] T i i>>Ado you feel about this idea oi stopping ...any more than I should tell you how to goaboutputtingoutanreAndhere'ssomething

of the American way of \life-the I rhobee visiting friends and rela and ordered paid when 'em from selling liquor anywhere near army

heart of Democracy. |I lives funds are available: I camps, Judge?" that strikes me funny. All this worrying .

"What Is the Bill of Rights? Why. 1 -o- f.FNFRU FUND I "I was just talking about that with Win seems to be about the boys' conduct around

It is the privacy of the home in j application The Okeechobee News down at the barber shop about ten minutes the camps here in this country. You never

which I live. It Is the streets In for war Ration Book 1 Is Printing: Advertising 38 25 ; ago. Tell you what I told him Ned. I say it', hear a word of worrying about them drink

which I walk and the parks In January 15. Citizens Bank of Stuart I up to the Army to decide. Why should ws ing when they go abroad. Kind of queer.

which I play. It Is the school whichI .v-------- Part payment on note i walk in and tell the Army how to dd its job isn't it. Ned?"

choose to attend the people I Would you be exempt from uneasiness due 1-6-43 .. ... .". 1,00000

like or dislike-praise or criticize.It ; do nothing you know or City of Okeechobee, WaterC.

Is the newspaper I read, the men ven suspect Is wrong. Rules of H. & Jail. Dec. ,..,........ 6 90 eMf..'....,Ak.s.8s._... IfjMttitt, 11PAGE

and th measures will be able to LL'e.\ Insanity Hearing, -









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FRIDAY JANUARY 8, 1943 THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS. PAGE THREE
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STAFF Kathryn doesn't like the idea of

Gene's going with Betty Mason, or
i Editor In Chief... ......Molly Bowden was it Lillian Walker?
Assistant Editor..Sllvanus Harden Purple and Gold News"FOR
.
Business Manager .. Eva Nelle Hall Claude seems to like Sylvla'scompany
Sports Reporter..Weldon Draughon Just as well as he does

Class Reporter ....... June Cheshire A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" Pe 1lIe's.

Club Reporter .... Estelle Sanderfur!I Who is it for you now, "Froggy"?
Social Reporters: Harry P. Green- Dude?

berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneous FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1943 I
and I I Who does Molly Bowden date
Reporters Typists -
? She won't tell.
I
now-a-days

Mercer: ,Katheryn Perllee Hunt Sweatt, Jack, Bertha Coker, : News Here & There STUDENT COUNCIL \ Football SeasonCloses NEW YEAR'S PARTY Simeon "Bertie" Martin would

Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie The committee that has been I 1943 came In with a bang Thurs- like to take Jaunlta from his bro-

Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda i! working on the constitution for day night at Ellis Draughon's home. ther (if he could).

Boromei, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel- It's good to see Marvin Wilson the student body Is about ready to I Ellis and Harry Paul were hosts Frances might not like Cooner'sgoing

da Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor- '! back with uj again, and believeme present it to the student body for to many of their friends on this to the army but he says he
rte Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marion he's been telling some Interesting its consideration. The constitution I night. is.

Martin. experiences around school this will not be a rigid one, but one that By Porte Drnhn It took a heap of games to
'w eek. Just about every boy In high can be adjusted to meet the requirements I A successful football season was keep everyone awake until mid- J. P Parkerson gave Doris Ches-
--- brought to a climax and end on hire a very nice Christmas present.He .
I school is ready to Join the Navy. of the student I
body I might, but we "dood it" and, no
i Friday night, December 18, in the I must think a lot of her.
Recreation Hall I We hope we'll be able to publish !' I doubt If you were awake, too, you
It's really great to tee Enoch the constitution next week, and )school cafeteria, when the football heard all the noise. We surely were So Jerry didn't forget June-I

-- Walker home again. He has been I then the next week will be election < team was the guest of the Okeechobee -'|," anxious to see 1943, but we weren'tso I guess Just his coming home would
In service for a good many years, week. Civic Club at one of the "bestest" have been enough.
ATTENTION! ATTENTION! anxious to get out of bed the I
and his visits home have to be so banquets ever. ,
ALL STUDENTS! I Come on. students, let's talk this next morning. Esther seems to be lonesome
very
far apart, that we are especiallyglad The room was decorated by Miss
toy see him when he does drop movement up, and decide who you i McCarthy and the Home Economics I I Those attending this great event lately Doesn't he even write to

The Theta Beta Club has Investeda In tor a while want for the student body officers girls who also served the were: Ellis, Harry Paul Dorothy her?

lot of time and money in the Remember this Is a democracy. meal. The Purple and Gold color ; Donald Bill. Mary Virginia, Edgar Nettle Pearl doesn't have to look
In fact This Is your school, and as an av-
Recreation Center. some Laurens Idell, Molly Joe Alvyna
It was good to have all the college scheme was carried out, even the for a date when she comes homo!
of the members of this club have erage student you have a voice in Gladys, T. J. Jo Ann and Peggy.
waitresses! skirts and
kids home again during the wore purple -she brings one with her.
it. Be sure you do your part. I
given some of their own pleasures
up blouses. ( VDopey
holidays. and now it's aorta lonely gold The cheerleaders had
in Leslie Is still "aces high" with
and personal property Just I --v i iI made the programs and place cardsIn
order to help some of you to havea that they are gone again Betty but we wonder what she
I the shape of football which Doin'sby
a \
Miss Raiford had a nice vacation
better time In order that you does when he's not with her.
because a certain lieutenant was I Two Eagle Scouts' carried out the football theme. The .
might learn to associate with other I I
{Iin town. By the way I guess you I I II most delicious turkey supper was Well. Betty Sue I thought it was
persons your age, and learn to mix cooked the and served I HI I.I.V WHITTLE I
P. T. A. I.
know he was stationed In Miami. bv Henle, but now I'm not sure. You
and mingle and have a good time, j ;;;;
after leaving here. I Jack Wolff Frank Reeves by those beautiful home economics I seem very Interested in Earl Han-
and yet a few people and some o' | Miss Strickland had a nice vacation who have been members of the girls. I I Well we're all back at school sel.

these persons were members of as she got to go see her Boy Scouts of America for about 'Ii The program was as follows: 'i again and with only 351 days 'till
the club too. have taken advantageof I husband again. She's rather lucky, i three years have now become Eagle Referee: Hon T. W. Conely. Christmas The bays have a better chanceof
this privilege. 1 I catching a girl now that Eustis
Scouts. i Line Up: Mayor Raulerson. i
I all think but we're all glad because I
i
we I I that Skeeter has started the
see
school Also there's
the has a
You were asked not to go to quit
I it makes her better teacher | This achievement Is one of the Response: Bobby Paige. ;
the front a (1 New Year right. To be sure to havea in the 10th grade.Who'll .
Recreation Center unless I new girl
We're so happy for Miss McCarthy highest ranks that can be given to Leaders: Rev. D O Alderman. ,
friend all she has been
doors were opened and a chaperonwas I I Ii boy year
'a Scout Frank was presented his Supt. H. H.. Hancock. j
didn't mind in that her friend who was reported going with Bobby Porky, Glenn "Dynamite" go with while
present. The club missing in action some two | Eagle badge about two months ago i Cheerleaders-Group Singing. II | Claude and no telling who else. he's home Is his old girl still here
your going down to the recreationhall months is back In the StatesJokes by Mr. Joe Edwards, assistant| Skits-Girl Scouts 'i ii
ago I she Li fondest Glenn ,
We think of
and placing ping pong during I j i scout executive for the Gulf Stream |i i Presentation of Letters by Mr. Heaven can wait for PhlUls now .
I
but V That's his ring she Is wearing.I home 'til Uncle
Connie's
the holidays In the afternoons I El- 'cause
Council of the Boy Scouts of AmerIca DeVore to: Bobby Paige. Gene
what they did mind was the fact I from West Palm Beach. About '1 ledge J. P. Parkerson. Gene Ful- ,I Gladys Belvllle has a "steady" Sam gets him.

that you didn't ask the proper authorities I a month ago Mr. Edwards came to ': ford Laurens Reeves Charles Har-1 I!I now. Ill give you a hint he's "All dames are fickle" says Bobbyall

for this privilege and I Okeechobee again and this time he Graves, Frank Reeves Eugene tall, dark and handsome. but Mildred.
get the key. but that you craweld i --- I II I I' Walker. Jack El- I
presented to Jack Wolff the Eagle Wright Henry
through windows and trespassed on j MRS. JOHNSON: Jack, when Watford, Paul Hood. I Leroy Carter has been seen in I So sorry, girls but J. T. Clyde,
I scout badge. ledge. Tiny
Stevenson write '! i i the show with Bertie Mae. My but called for
that the club has ( did Robert Louis : and Eldredge have been
personal property I '
These boys have worked hard for Charles Parkerson Billy Chandler,
"Travels With a Donkey"? I 'I i she gets around. their physical It won't be long
no right to use. I this achievement, and I'm sure the Gene Chandler Johnnie Jenkins ,I
Mr. and MM Swain have been j I JACK COKER: When he got 1 I community Is proud of them. They I''jark Duke J. W. Jordan, 0 D j I Congrat's to Granny on her engagement I now before they're In the army.
to let us use the married and went on his honeymoon do hate to
kind enough although we
are boys we consider "all "round": I Godwin, Ramon Stranger Richard Don't torgetI -
front part of their building and 0 That Is they are the citizens we'll Vontz. I see her out of circulation. I
the only considerate thing we can I Rev. Aderman and Mr. DeVore Roses are red,
be proud of later in life. It's the real thing (so Molly says) I
do Is to stay out of their part of | MRS. CONELY: Gerald, what Is V i were presented gifts from the squad I between she and Joe. Violets are blue,

the building. strategy? ,by Gene Elledge. Love your gal.An' ,
STUDENTS, won't you bear this GERALD: Strategy is when you IT'S GRATITUDEThe The banquet was closed with a Oh yes Idell and Laurens are she'll love you!

In mind and try to cooperate with don't let the enemy know you are "forward pass" from Prof C. M. keeping steady company now. They V
the club in order that the Recrea- Theta Beta Club wants to seem happy ,but we think Idell Is
out of ammunition, but keep on Williams. Expiration date for filing application
tion Center might be maintained, take this opportunity to extend to I V- Just a little dissatisfied! (So is
firing. for War Ration Book 1 is
and not taken away from us. o 0 all those persons who were kind I i I Billy Chandler). ( January 15.I .
-V- enough to help chaperon the Recreation I
I I OrvUle is sporting a new pair of I V
What Is the Center during the holidays
PHYLLIS: 'shoes. Is It to attract Jo Ann or
ence between life and love? dlf'fer'I'I.I while most of the teachers were EYEQY9o I There is no right without a par-
| Ada Jane?
?fllgal2/ass l3 'JIJ iJJ. PORKY: Life is one fool out of town. We do thank you, and allel duty no liberty without the
I UIJ' after another, and love Is two fool we want you to know that we do I I think now, more than ever, that supremacy of the law, no high destiny -

I I. things after each other appreciate your interest in us. I E I Ellis really likes Alvyna. He surely without earnest perseverence
'
WAR BONDS 0 0 I'I V I I was Jealous when he saw her InI Ino greatness without self-denial.

1 \I I the show with someone else. i I Lleber. .' .
'
rwu.s.wae
, ------ GENIE PEARL: What Is the PARROT SCOUTS MEET soaps I
1 The ordinary machine gun is toe population of the United States? I : ----r- --

cumbersome for our Marines, espe- BILL WILLIAMS: People! The regular weekly meeting of

cially for parachute troops. So the JEAN LEE: How do you purify the Parrot Scouts was held Tues I

Marines have adopted new modelsof the water? day afternoon, after a vacation oftwo ,
the Relslng submachine gun a CHESS McCAIN: I filter it and I weeks. The meeting was called
,45-callber
weapon. then force It through on aviator. I to order by the troop leader,

o 0 I Mary Howell, and the color ceiemo- LET US PRINT

Geese ny led by Polly Gay Nancy and

Carol, opened the meeting
i Geese is a low heavy bird which
I Miss Finger discussed with the
|
is most meat and feathers. Geese
can't sing much on account of the I girls their work for Girl Scout pro
all girls who YOUR NEXT
dampness of the water. He ain't ficiency. She urged
got not between his toes and he'sgot I'do not have hand beeks, to try to
The new fun used by the para. 1 because girls
get one right away
stomach
little balloon in his
ii compact model with a a
troops a
pistol grip and a steel-frame stock to.keep him from sinking. Some working on first class rank will
need of her own. : ORDER OF
one
which folds out of the way when geese when they are big has curlson I (
not In use. You can help buy these their tails and is called ganders. | Two girls reported that they had

for our Boys In the Solomons and Ganders don't have to sit and received uniforms for Christmas

elsewhere with your purchase of hatch, but Just eat and loaf around I gifts. Only one girl in the troop

War Bonds, Join the Payroll Savings and go swimming. If I was a goose, does not have a uniform now, and

Plan and let's "Top that ten I'd rather be a gander. | as quickly as she completes her

percent U.S. Tn - -
-
- -- Miss Finger challenged every girl

to resolve to work harder on scout COMMERCIALPRINTING

THE POCKETBOOK achievements.
I' Seven girls are ready for their

second class rank, and Miss Fingeris
; KNOWLEDGE planning k banquet for them at

which time they will be invested as

second, class girl scouts.

One of the troop projects for the
I
new year, is to Improve the appear-
I ance of the scout room. The firstI

r I thing this project requires is some

funds. So the girls decided thatthey'd

like to have a rummage sale.

In order to have a rummage sale

we must call on all our friends to

give us things that are of no use I

to them at present, but things that .

have value, and can be cold. Thus .'

r t s we'll make a hundred percent profIt -

If you should have anythingthat

can be used In this way, It

i would be appreciated if you'd bring We Guarantee Our

lit to the school, or turn It over to

A jlceN1; DEVELOPMENT Miss Finger, Wanda, Barbara Anne
I.I A PORTABLE REFRIGERATOR AIRPLANE WfLtfoIAIR I Alberta -
Mary
Ernestine, Polly Gay
VJITM A MOTOR THAT CAM BB9lM j
BV EITHER GASOLINE OR THEIR PAINTED WELDING EERIE MASK CM I Mary, Jo Ann. Susan, Carolor
HOODS
-
WlC1RICl1Y.; 11 CAN BE ueeoAwvwHERE and
-OM SKIP, OVERSEAS AND IN LIKE THE ABORIGINES WHO Nancy. Workmanship
ISOLATED OUTPOSTS DIP IT fOR POWER, v- __
.,.14E'/ CALL THESE "Pf ATM W/ '
; o owa'WAyOf Ovfzp p4'AUp'aP'ON I VICTORY CORPSAll

:Y'-= & ..'., MTU* our hopes_ and ideas for a Prices Are Reasonable

I BAilAJAa I Victory Corps fell through before

.. ,, Awe ONE ADlS ocWsV.ORLDb It really got started, when the first

t d : .-9 ar CU 1IVA1EP C0.i1.. meeting was called, and it was .

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