The Okeechobee news
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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 15, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Daily Okeechobee news

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Volume 28-Number 30 Ukeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 15, 1943 Price Five Cents

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THE QUOTA PLAN NOW EVERY WEREQYEROUR UP/MORE WUt Donald Barber, who enlisted In County CallingFarmers'

Mrs Helen Darlington, mother! of FOR WAR SAVINGS COMMUNITYINOWS QUOTA AL ADYJ SAVINGS BONDS the army air corps several months
Mrs Vernon Reeves, died at her MINIMUM IT GOING Sm:>NG I PLANES AND ago received orders last week to Meetings

Sergeant James V Cousart son home in Ocoee Wednesday afternoon tf"HONEYEVEJVON6 SHOULB CONTRIBUTE TAWS AND GUMS I report to training camp at Nashville -

of Mrs. Marlon A. Cousart of Okee FOR OUR WtOaEATTHBENEMY Tenn, and left on the noon

chobee. fell on the ice recently and after A long Illness She was WAR VICTORY/ / train Friday. He will take his preliminary -

broke his elbow. He Is stationedat seventy-four years old. Mr. and at the Aviation Cadet The Okeechobee County War

Camp McCoy. Wise. Sergeant Mis Vernon Reeves left here early Training Center at that place and Board Is calling meetings for farmers -

Cousart Is recovering In the camp in each community In the
Wednesday morning and were there will later be sent to some other county -
hospital The purpose of these meetings
I advanced
when she passed away. Funeralat camp for training
Is to
yj Donald is the second son of Mr. explain to every farmer the

Mn. and Mrs. Alvin Sweat received the home in Ocoee at 10 o'clock ///j d o + and Mrs. J. 1. Barber to enter the production goal set up by the Ag

a letter this week from their services will be held this morningand gp I army air corps, Frank having been riculture Department and discuss

son Q L. Sweat who U In training burial will be in the cemeteryat ; I called to active duty several months the best way to meet these goals

with the naval forces at Norfolk. Orlando. ago and is now stationed at W. & and If possible go beyond them.

Va. In which he says that his crew v B Field, Chlckosha, Oklahoma The President proclaimed Jan.

won the boat races held there recently I V-- 12th as "Farm Mobilization Day".

and It was so cold that when j The Theatre Bond Leaders of our allied nations told

the races were over the boat oars I I / RSGOM3 RIGHT"WE W45I WIN' Selective Service us in their speeches on this pro-

were covered with Ice. IN OUR FIRM IS TO COST A AND EVERY LOYAL gram Just how Important our farm-

Party At Gilbert gUYINO WAR SAVINGS LOT OF MONEY AMERICAN CAN HELP ers and their production Is to our

the weekehd'l I' BONDS WITH AT TO WIN THIS BY BUYING WAR SWINGS Says Delinquents united war effort,
Howard Wise
Each farmer
Is expected to make
here with his wife He enlisted In 8' PAY THE t OT EVERY WY DAYLOYAL -
Was Well AttendedThe
the navy recently and was sent to i CHECK/ WILL BE FAR TOO, POPWELOSEF Much Concern a plan on what he expects to produce -
in 1943. On each plan give
Vero Beach where he Is now sta- MMY0WAR
I i as correct an estimate as possible
tloned He returned to Vero Beach

Sunday night. | war bond show at the Gilbert -, SAVINGS!' on what will be needed in the way

I Theatre Wednesday night w as well + ,_ STAMPS. St. Augustine Jan 12.-At State of machinery wire and credit. We

intended, Although the house was + 4 r rt'4* Headquarters of Selective Service, have had so ma.ni forms to fill out
Quentin Sailer, who enlisted In : the State Director, Brig General
not packed there were mam with recently !that some folks may think

the army from Fort Pierce but who i iIs tickets who were unable to attend! Vivian Collins, states that the number this plan Is not Important. This Is
still considered an Okeechobee and had they attended It would of delinquencies in the State a very Important plan so be sure

boy. spent Tuesday In Okeechobee. have been a record crowd The are of great concern to the National to fill It out This plan lets our
Quentin. Is at home a furlough
on picture "Sing Your Troubles Ana' or" and State Selective Service Sys- leaders know what they can expect
He Is stationed In North Dakota -
i' i* very entertaining and plan] on having to feed our
and said he had been released
Just tem.There
from the hospital where he was ; Airl>i/'ici! the final check hat n ) : \. ,. are two types of persons boys In the armed forces also the

.een completed] the quota WII+ch sought (1) Persons required to starving people In the reoccupIed
V. S.
M-nt with a severe case of pneumonia TrMMry DIPS,
He was accompanied hereby -111! be credited to the theatre i i register who have failed to do so; I countries.

approximately $4000. This is yen I I and (2) those for whom the Selec- We have lots of obstacles to overcome -
father P. Salters. -
00' ',cod and Manager:: Cal+axih sm, il i tive Service System has a record I to meet these high goals. Wear

Lester Hilliard, why I Is stationed be commended for tie line cO<'pel'a. I iI Some Facts About nun tJilne'Jf is filed, 1 the by taxpayer mailing If it the shouldbe re- but who have failed to respond to short of labor and tools and our

ton: he shows each month fo. fit( tome instruction of the local board leaders know this but still these
with the army medical detachmentat posted In ample time to reach
war effort : such as falling to advise local boardof goals can be met by our united
Field, arrived
Drew Tampa she follector's
office before
on or
Your Income Tax effort This Is the
Okeechobee County has its highest change of address sending the same effort our
home last week and spent a ten Marsh 15 1943. Returns receivedite
quota this month as have all Information to the local boys are using! to whip our enemies
day furlough here with his parents the due
than date
: are subjectto
counties throughout the nation W. so let's not fall our boys.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W Hllllard And How It WorksP a penalty variable according to board or because of illegible ad-
have a very substantial start andI dresses or other defects in completing These farm plans will be available -
the in
feel certain will subscribe lateness filing In a few days and each farmer
Barney Collier has returned to we the cards at the time of registration -
t '
quota In full before the month has I' will get one Fill these plans out
the jilr base at Orlando after >
army ended 'ub1e-t to the Federal In. WORTHY GR\ D :MATRON as to what you can do and then let's
spending a furlough here with his If there Is any doubt in any registrant's -
oive toy: must their Incomet be to do It.
I Mrs. Pearce, chairman of the report VISITS EASTERN STARS sure
mind that his local board
family and friends. ,
Women's Division sales at the Government on forms or : --V------
reports has
not received full Information,
I prescribed by regulations '
Enoch Walker left this weke to t the public schools as being errep- The local chapter of the Eastern he should immediately contact his
These forms art! obtainable] from 0. Pearce Is
sales at
ploln his crew aboard a submarine 'tonally good. Lasteek's 'TV- Collector] of Internal Revenue (,''::11' honored Mrs. Francis Kelsllng. local board so as to save himself .

after spending some! time here with the high school were $171.25 and Worthy Grand Matron, at a special not only personal embarrassment,

his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hulon at the elementary school] $192.75, A and 1'' forms generally are from deslgsated any bank.for corpo-Spec- meeting Wednesday night A but also] prosecution by the Department Named Chairman

total of $354 00 for the week for her at 6 30 Justice. This
Walker and family I rations, for partnerships for trusts Banquet was given : of departmentof
Sales from Jan. I at the schools + p. m after which a'meeting was the' Government swill start February .- fS
and i
., ... Marvin Wilson .who 'bat. < spins : ,re. $7772Jand t'Om..O. .li.. 1 J8.tbe Miens fiduciaries.and Farmers, who for keep ngnreplc no booksf / lielttit. : the* chapter *room which 1 vigorous' action against For CelebrationJacksonville l
I total
is 169675. Much credit Is
several weeks here with his parents, account the accrual method os decorated profusely with flowers these violators of the Selective Service ,
Mr and Mrs E. J. Wilson left yesterday due this committee. for such fine must attach a special schedule to Mrs. Hope Hendry acted as Act.

to rejoin the navy Just work 'Vielr return Form 1040F For Ins worthy matron In the absence of It Is now required of each regis- Jan. 12.-The appointment +

where he will go and aboard what Many stamp albums were filled Mrs Doren Reeves who was calledto trant that he not only his
"Mvlduals two forms are used, depending carry of J. O Pearce Okee-
hip he did not know as the shin and turned In at the theatre Wednesday upon the amount and her mother's bedside at Ocoee registration! card, but also his classification chobee as chairman for Okeechobee -

he was aboard was sunk during the night. There are many source of Income to be reported subject "The Bible", which was a card provided he has beena I county for the Celebration of
more partly filled ones lying around I Mrs. Francis Kelsling chose as her '
Invasion of North Africa registrant six months
Form 1010. This form is Intended or more. the President's birthday was announced -
the homes and offices in Okeechoi talk the members will long remem-
fm general use of Ind'lduals'ho! The possession of a classificationcard today by Paul E Reinhold.
i 1 am urging everyone to fill ""d Mrs DeYarman Thursday
In a letter received this week by I lie citizens of the United State. Is not required of registrants Florida State Chairman. The appointment -

friends here Jack Paige writes from their albums and turn them in at "r residents in this country whether ber The worthy grand matron vis- above 45 years of age at time of has been confirmed by

Australia that he Is getting along the post office and receive their morning as Illness kept her from
""iHen or not It contains spaces registration When showing the Governor Holland, honorary chalr-
bonds do not the holder
fine and that he eXpctto seeOkepohobee They pay fi show the amount of Income from attending the meeting classification card upon request this palgn j
Interest until they have been
some time in the near any various sources deductions allowable -----V--- will prove that the registrant has man of the infantile paralysis cam-
future providing he does not get converted Into bonds ROV R. ULERSON LEFT been In communication with his
exemptions and credits and This is the tenth year the Pres-
It Is estimated there are over onemillion
too much "lead. poisoning.. partly filled albums out- computation of tax liability As MEETING local board. Failure by a regis- ident's birthday has been used as
most f>f the Items require some ex- trant in not being able to comply a medium for raising the necessary

Mrs. Joe Pease! Is In receipt of a standing at this time and they rep- nlanatlon In order to be allowable with this order will subject him funds for carrying on the nation-
resent over one billion dollars. This I R. Raulerson, clerk of the
letter from her husband who entered Roy
to penalties five
I the form also contains appropriate as great as yearsIn wide campaign against Infantile
December In stamp money cannot be used by [i'cult court for Okeechobee county
the In
army prison and a $10000 fine
Thedutes to show In more detail paralysis and the President has
Is your\ government; until you haveronterted left this morning for Orlando wherehe
which he states that he now General Collins
bonds I i'0 "w the Income or the deductions says, however, Issued a public appeal asking that
stationed at Camp Croft Spartan- your stamps Into went to attend a meeting of the that
ire determined any registrant who voluntarily there be no interruption this year

burg S C He says that he Is nowundergoing Do that today Form iniflThLs Is a simplified tate association of clerks of the reports to his board during the on account of the war in the fight
at Total sales as checked with Post- "'rcult courts which convened in
his military training leport which may at the optionof I month of January 1943. shall be allowed against this dread disease. We must
master Pitts Thursday morn-
that city !this morning. The meeting
that camp to comply with his obligation. be which
the taxpayer who makes his re- prepared for any epidemic
Ing are $8,600. Let's complete our and
"111 continue through today
._-V quota this coming week. We can, urn on the cash basis be filed instead I In order to assist the registrant may threaten now and we must

IFN AND WOMEN: WANTED will must! of form 1040 ,by citizens and tomorrow. who falls In the delinquent category make the future secure.
I we we V
FOR TRAINING IN MANY W. RPage.. Chairman "esldents. whose gross Income was SERVICE 1 the Selective Service Head- Fifty per cent of all funds raisedIs
KINDS OFFOUNDRYWORK Okeechobee County War Savings .i 000 or less during 1942, provided GUILD HOLDS MEETING quarters has advised each local retained by the local chapter for

Committee -11 this income consists wholly of board to publish In their respective home use and the remaining fifty

Dunedin Jan. 8, (FNSThere'Is 'one or more of the following: sal newspapers the names and last per cent goes to the National Foun-

an Immediate and urgent need'for V ary wages, dividends Interest, or The regular monthly meeting of I known addresses of these violators.v dation to be expended in its nationwide -

trainees, men and women In FNLISTMEVT NOW OPEN I Annuities' In using this form it Is the Methodist Wesleyan Service -_ campaign
I i Guild was held in the home of Mrs
classes In foundry practice.The necessary only to enter the amount I\VETAILS GRADUATE Details of the celebration in
MEN 18 TO 38 YEARS OLD (, Blanche Hunt It was a combined
federal government has es- cf gross income as shown deduct business, and social meet- FROM: FL.'. UNIVERSITY Okeechobee county will be announced -

'ab1!'hed a training school at the | the credit allowable for dependents. program by J. O. Pearce county
I 1 I Dunedin Jan. 12. (FNS)-There -
Food Machinery company plant and Insert the appropriate amount Ing.The chairman, as soon as they are completed -
State Headquarters announced today l devotion was given by Miss Gainesville, Fla.. Jan. 13. One .
here, where trainees are Instructedin l 1 I I i -' tar: In accordance with one's per- .
core making, molding cupola the opening of enlistments in I ...nal exemption status as shov.'Jon Mary Ralford and the programwas I hundred fifty-six men received their V

the Marines for all men betweenthe the installation of officers led commissions second lieutenants
tending and other phases of foundry 1 the table on the reverse of the form. as ELLIOTT H. LOTT NOW AN
of 18-36 I by Mattie McCranle The followIng today In the second class to grad-
In ages
work. Women are trained This form has no entries for deductions ARMY AVIATION CADET
Under the new set-up men of officers were Installed: Con- uate from the Administration
Army -
the Mehter tvoe of work Including I allowable since the taxes -
this bracket desiring service in stance Finger president; Rhea Officer Candidate School No.
special classes In wood pattern age indicated In the table on the back Maxwell Field Ala. Jan. S. -
; the corps may make application at Hunt, vice president; Rae Boettger 3 here on the University of Florida
making. of the form are computed after tak- trasurer: Kathryn Oifford, secretary Elliott H Lott, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Placement In industry is assured their nearest Marine Recruiting ",'1 Into account what have been campus. E. H. loU of St. Augustine, Fla.

those whr complete the 13-week Station or by applying through ,"t-o.tI"'red. average deductions for Highlight of the graduation exercises is now enrolled as an aviation
The Guild decided that the next
\ I is to anyone their local selective service board. of this Income class. I was an address by Brig
"course uhloh open persons cadet In the Army Air Forces PreFlight -
would be held at the Meth-
over 19 veari of age who'can meet Men enlisting will be sent to act \ taxoaver should therefore, con- meeting Gen. Ralph B. Lovett of the Ad- School for Pilots at Maxwell
Feb. 8, with Con-
he physical requirements. Those ive duty at once taking their train- i Mer carefully which form would odist on jutant General's office in Washing Field located on the outskirts of
hostess. Mattie
communicate ing at Parris Island S C. stance Finger as ton. Col E. T. Baro, commanding
Interested are urged to he appropriate for his purposes. Montgomery, the capital of Ala-
has the ,
Lee McCranIe
with the Tomllnson Vocational Enlistment in the corps is still Whichever form Is employed, all program officer of the OCS, also spoke. Pre- bama.

School, Dunedin 1' open to 17-year olds and men fully the Information called for in the Helen Wongrey will have the de ceedlng the graduation programwas Here the new class of cadets, Is

.-- -- ---v t L qualified for specialists rating and -,,nfw should be Inserted so far as votion. a formal parade and review of receiving nine weeks of intensivemilitary
the business I
The social hour following
FR. CALLAHAN CONTINUES commission the corps applicable to the taxpayer. in order centered arounda the OOS oUKjent batalllon. The physical and academic

CATHOLIC PASTOR HERE Marine Recruiting offices are now '" avoid the expense to the Oovfrnment session was university ROTC band played. training preparatory to beginningtheir
located In the following cities: Miami stork shower for the former Guild
and the possible Ineonenlence Graduates left Immediately for actual flight instruction at

There will be mass at the Cath- Tampa, Jacksonville, W Palm to the taxpayer, of sub- president, Mrs. Rhea Hunt. Several their new posts. A new class ar- one of the many primary flying
and enjoyable -
olic chapel near' the court house Beach, St. Petersburg, Daytona sequent check and inquiry. games were played had an all Mrs I rives later this week and officially schools In the Army Air Forces
each Sunday n) 10 II. m Instructions Beach and Orlando with each return form Is a set time was starts its 12 week training courseon Southeast Training Center.
V I Blanche Hunt served elaborate refreshments -
and gospel sermon on the of accompanying instructions and Saturday. Cadet Lott attended high schoolat
to the following per
Bible with benediction after mass. CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST ''
Choir services during mass All are read bv the taxpayer before sons: Hunt, Mrs. Helen CARD OF THANKS He received letters in football and
of the Mrs Rhea
"LIFE" Is the subject
wel-cme. catholics and non-Coth- makln his return. baseball. He entered the srvlce in
lesson-sermon which will be readIn Wongrey Rae Boettger. Mattle Lee
Returns for the calendar We'wish to sincere
olics year express our October 1941 and served ten months
Strickland Misses
Rev Fr. Callahan. under his doc- Churches of Christ Scientist, 1942 must be filed not later than McCranle Helen Helen Ralford thanks and appreciation to the people overseas in the Coast Artillery. Be

tor'i orders, will remain In Okee- throughout the world on Sunday March 15, 1943, They may be filed Constance Finger Marguerite Bass, of Okeechobee for their many was accepted as a cadet at the Ber-

ch bee and be pastor of the Cath- January 17. "v mailing to the Collector of Internal Margaret Bailey, kindnesses extended to us during muda Base Command last July.
Alta Seville.
olic mission here. Fr. Callahan a The Golden Text is: "The gift of Revenue of the appropriate Kathryn Gifford. Mrs the long illness and death of our Prior to entry Into the service,
native of East Tennessee came to God Is eternal life through Jesus 'strict in wftlrfi Is located the husband and father Lee Brewer. Cadet ,Lott was railway rate clerk

Okeechobee first In 1918. Christ our Lord" (Romans 8:23): legal residence' or principal place of BE WISE-ADVERTISE Mrs. R L. Brewer and Family for the Florida East Coast Railway,

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[ \ C\t51 1 them working with them to pre-1 I I I J. L. Barber, who Is employed I' Holiness meekness patience humility I I Never, with ;Bible I |ln our Wrong may be a man's highest
Qjludtl11ll serve all that is clean and decent with the army engineers at Ocala, self-denial and self-sacrifice hands can we deny rights to an- idea of right until his grasp of

and great about America With I left Sunday to return there after fi:alth, l3\e,-each Is might and ev- I o,her, which, under the same circumstances toodncss grows stronger. It Is always -

Published Every Friday by the I them you and I must stand guard I spending several days here with hit e:ry gift of the spirit Is might we would claim for safe to be Just.-Mary Baker

Okeechobee News CO., at Okeecho- over that corner drug store that family, I II Mi fare (,ursclves,-Gardiner Spring. Eddy

bee. Okeechobee County school house and that church. I . .
P'lorida.lBRYANT .. .. -- .
---- i Berka Sunday night ,

BOWDEN ........... .. Editor: IN TItK TIII T COfRT"IAI1EI IN!>.. AND KTVPEK FOR 'DHI I11K I[I' to return to ClewUton after spending -
I TllKltN HIITHHT OK KIOK I several days here with Mrs. .
Entered as second class matter IIM I'Oltr I'IKIIi'K: MVI1IONNo Berka and the children. "M
July 1, 1914. at the Poet Office In I IN. HE 31 ft 1', Hnnkruiiti, .\ n t. .

Okeechobee Florida under the ('11'V OK OKTCErilOHHE.: : KI.O1IIIM I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
Harold Milliard flve months old
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. I I 1'rtltlnnerOTI'E .
. I son of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Hllllard -
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RATE was carried to Arcadia hospitallast
anliprpbv flotilla tlnil un the
One year In advance ............ ....$2,00 :'!i."r h 1'. lit lillieI', (CIM of lke<' 'hcilii' >i>. FlnrIt'll pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Hllliard i ,
Six months In advance ............ 1.00 101 ( n ctltlnn> fur it|"|iroMit iitnl |
Three months in advance ........ .'5 11111'11I0111111 nf n I'lim tit ('nmpuslI' have been there with him during
"ii ninlpr. the pro"'01011' of ChnptPr I the week.
l"I fhp HnnkniitPV| Arl lit the
Advertising bills are payable on I i ll.'d I stntc' tig nun"mleil : that on -aWhile -
the first of each month. Parties t',', Mfnrnmpiilliiiii' into tlu Jiulup' ofi I no oiTh ring can liquidate! n

unknown to publishers required to I 1 I'i 1.,n,ml 0 I nlli'd nil ordir states' uiin' UlntrlPt>\lng the Court pplliloni en1 one's debt of gratitude to God, the I l i1't4ikTr

pay In advance. I i "yn'rlr, Ilh-,1| | and| pompMngilth fervent heart and willing hand are
II I I I "i n\ 'it'r IX if Dm BiinkrnptPT; Art I :
not unknown to unrewarded
Reading notices In local columns I I HI'S. C. 401 loll), nnil. thnt it win nor by
I 'In good fiilthI Him.-Mary Baker Eddy.
10 cents a line. Rates for display I I He Court further piitori'tl' nil orilcr
Advertising furnished on application I I ''I It I'h,. )hpnrlnit UN the pptlllon nl
oI"" I''il.Tal lliillilliiK 'In tin-, ('11" ,,fMl If gratitude Is due from man to rs
Classified advertising 2 cents mil ." '.rll'o.' nl tin- boor "f 'I 11 ::1:'10V ( much from 1.
man. how more man to
each word per Insertion All Items > .n the i.Hth lnv of IVhrnnri, A.
l I' VIM" : for tile niirpoiw of In-firing his Maker)-Joseph Addison I
regarding enterprises conducted for -.Id) pptltltin i'l ponnl.lprlnjf nod
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng |1".11I1l, | upon (In. I'liin nf C.'inpnulilnni I
i,, v'I 1 In'r wllh ont' iiimwctn "r iihjitI Epbums savs "gratitude Is a
rates. I "r fllnil, In nm .'r',Ilturr of thi 1'' I' virtue that has commonly profit
i lit LIMIT for the iiurnone' of Ink'"Il''
I.I I lii'nrlnir minium, upon 0.1"I Plnnof annexed to It." And where Is theI
rvnipii-ltlnti) i'h..)IMiiii' dnliim nfi virtue that has notSeneca.V I
Advertising has gone to war likea i .III,,'.. rinhlnir n nil liiliiiltitltijr liP 145Gt'3
,'I,1u"s nml 1 1".10'111111' nf DIP Plan ,
lot of other things and while a of "'"impo.ltlnii plod t., HIM iri'illlor) Fiom David learn to give thanksfor
large percentage of our national advertisers ,and) In hear. 'and pnimlili and pnitnI !
"mi. ur .).t'', 'In n sprrldr,1nt'r for l'vel'.thlng.-Every furrow In the
don't need to advertise In :
'I ring mix nml) 0'1 I the old sense as they have nothingto And nut' and nil) other tnnttpr proper q
thanksgiving,-Jeremy Taylor.
sell most of them are continu- > I'P hinrd or r.r.,1 tn mild SIWPii' )
I Mn'ir I il' until tlnip' Thnt iroilllnrii v
ing to do so. spending millions of .r I HIP ppililniH "hull flip Morn proof "
dollars unselfish to .1'I .1,1111| 'ittlnv' 'nn ,II'h', iliilin' a1"'' Our thanks should be as ferventfor _
on messages I 1 Ioh, l .,u nl im NIK'h ii"r. Ilium!I, In, Hip, uliiiMnlll'ill mercies received as our petitionsfor r I
Mr. and Mrs. America encouraging MI"P "n ur hrfnt'"' Ihp llllti'I
mercies sought.-Charles Simmons -
ILS to buy more bonds get In the I Un' hinrlnir 'i.'Ulli .11\' nf I'elminn
v II mil! with tin rlirk of the .... ...
scrap. Increase production and do I 1'11,1) !"tlll.'. IHitrlnt fonrt, FPI- ---
our part. mil null.II Il. Mlnml). Florida' mil'hHdfiN MITKK
nf flilin! shrill, ili'm rllii* pfii'h '
Ok 'er'hub'e < "lIt ', Florida
If you fall to read the advertisements '. ,od'. and! nhnw the ninmint of nit )
.,iiiiiiiM,, Inl'.... nt which him nppriipi liimlim 11 1114:1oiler : ,
today you are missing some ;\ ; In hi'iilit, nl\'ii Unit 'imririnitn
of the best reading America has to ..r, rlnr to llntiil tin ilatp t.. lip nf tin loaned propoundftiillmr 9nd'rIhr 1 "A iot ol I storekeepers in town are worry- gun powder and synthetic rubber for the
Flnrliln' Ait I'l'T! : ki" nwn an HIP
offer. As an example I present be- Plnn : where onlt ponponH nrpitwmil Muri'ln) .\'). I Ihn ftillnnlnir I iltm'rllipil ing about being able to get help these days, government.

low a recent advertisement of the r -' In Intiri"the, ,prpilltor, minimi the tntnt dup A"'ollnl1f'h' I.i nndImlmllnir land In nk"'huh'e Counts, Plorldnwill ,, Judge. Men are mighty scarce and geUin'more "Makes me think back to the days before '

Nash Ktlvlnator Corporation of the duty nf "Mill Iti'fmidlnn >' fir IIP DIP nflprpil hltchi'fit tnr mil.,old nt lien, !,imlillp rush! miler hid' so all the time." repeal when a powerful number of people

Detroit. .H"iiil) atoll IIP ilp DIP coil polts rune .
of the Internal fled 1 t'
It is entitled "Until I Come Back" mnarntilx' dixirll.i : jndirmpiitle'Htom rph'| 11 HIM "'"t nil Iniprovsini'iit lil't" nt HIP I' urtIloiiHp having quite a job getting them. Yep, and a bunch of law-flouting criminals doing it ,
-Most publishers would have been Chilli, ll"i ,'HIP wnlllP fnrlll of'roof nl l in A. M I. on the 1Mb') dun' they need 'em too. Take the beverage dis- behind closed doors. And the government
nf iliilin nnd uliii'l .1".11. thprptn
of Iilirniir.1 1MI! : KIIMPIIIPIII: fur ii'ii'l 1
glad to run It for nothing but ,ll',. bonds or von pour rpiliiipd IniMiljiiniit lulu' n' o.r' .no |h''I i \\ |Ida| e'r! irpmiMMl tilling companies for example..they needa wasn't collecting a billion dollar excise tax

Nash-Kelvinator paid for the space hnlnme nml, Hhnv dun, 'thcriln nn" 1" ""HII 11111 rpjMilnliiK nf thi'rp finin" In MIU pilmlng'IMI n.i xtntp: Ihtoiiuhnhlili It, nl lot of manpower. Though they're not either. Ever stop to wonder where the gov-
S .raid' I'idiniiPiit and Infprent If any, 1.8' 11, U, II: and H Kloi'k 41) making whiskey any more, they're doing a ernment could get all its war alcohol todayif
"UNTIL I COME BACK"We're i. of HIP dntp of miPh HifundlnirI 1'IIy ..t okppi'hohpp. "
24-hour-a-day job of turning out for it weren't for the beverage distillers?
I uq'l : Hint rredltnrs di-nlrlnir forms'rru'fs rui I<'I'r-i::KM: OK 'iiir. miu\u:: (:> ,
over 20000 feet now (the nf lnhn to ho executed maY iMi'io\rMt\T! ; I 11 1'NI' or" i'I'; i
coffee's frozen in the thermos) and I (' .."'nrcd anon. npnllpntlon tn the sim: ur I 1.1.0 I itin\ i
"'I 1. il "f ,HIP rit' of OI.ITI' 'hohpp, Flor HOY it. i\ri 1 nov: ; :.
that's the Zuyder Zee below. We ." !Hint nil' "ri'dltnrn who have hpre- Agent Trustees I. I. Fund |i iOkepcholiue c..t.AItoWiII _.,. /ahsiW.rteI
must be half way across Holland I it'".., fltpd' ei'taiicei to HIP Plnn (Cnnntv, Florhln I .
..f -nmiiimltlnn nerd l not file fiirthi'r I
Funny thing what happens to al I i"0 fB if oln'm IH'P-JM,, itlrpptpd h,' _.- -- -- -- -- -- ----- ---- -. .- --_ -- .
--- --
fellow "Thosl' are the same old ..ilin'nui'nt' onlpr nf thus ('011" -
I hotel. thus !Oth day nf PecrnibprH .
stars and the same old moon that > I
the girl and I were looking at last I 10tJPITV or OKnnruonEE.
Christmas. and here I am fly n" 11 t- j- Tai" 1 I
ing 300 miles an hour in a bubble i!

of glass with ten tons of T. N. T. '

Somehow this isn't the wayI I

Imagined it at all the day I enlisted I' Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee

Don't get me wrong ,
sure I was sore at the Japs and I! II
the Nazis but It the
> mostly ,#vas
thrill of the Oreat Adventure J i THIS WEEK T $ II

Well, I know now the real' Friday & Saturday .

reason why I'm up here pay- I

ing mv first call on Hitler

It's only when you get away from RONALD REAGAN I

the U. S A that you find out what OLYMPH BRANDA

the shootln's really! about and what ID f

Tou're fighting\ for I INTERNATIONALSQUADRON from Our Men in' Uniform

I learned from that Czech chapIn I Iw

Lindon The refugee the /
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nice old chap who reminded me of '. I I

Dad except for the maimed hands I Also I !

. I was dumb enough to ask .
about it "I got that he said for THE ARMY: AIR FORCE \
writing a book the Nazis didn'tlike I BAND

." Pathe NewsWILLIAM I
Then there was the captured 17

man pilot who screamed, and oer-I BOYD ( I

when Izzy Jacobs offered la

cigarette. How do fellows I

that ways And that crazy Polish UNDERCOVERMAN !N I ti 1 I

pilot! the fellow who rammedthe 1

Messerschmltt. After the funeral j

I leImed'hat was eating I 0 : :

him. Seems as how he had a sisterin p.tj .

Warsaw who had been sent t-> Sunday & Monday t

a German officers' club 1,. I.

I hope the hell! Hitler's home to- ,

night light and wind are per-,1 t VERONICA LAKE
fect.Cec i!''I I FREDERIC MARCH And Many Thanks from FLORIDA MOTOR LINES!

sir T've met '1'1 b,' the dozen : In

over here guys warped by :
hate ew who have had the I

ambition! i beaten out of 'em WITCH

mivs who look at vou like you were

1'87" wh..n011 tell 'em what Am-

erica is like On the SUIIIH I'r"*,,,", \ t

They say America will be a lot .

different after the war. Well may- Ray WHITLEY MUSICALLate

be so. But for me. I know thewor News j

vou learn fast over here.T .

I T know live In theie's thl only'orld-the one decent way way my . With Your Co-operation Florida Motor Lines Got 'Em Home for The Holiday .

folks lived and the way I want to Coming Soon 1
I Thanks to you, a most critical period in war- this that makes it possible for Florida Motor

liveWhen yOU find a thing that works "My Sister Eileen" time bus transportation has been passed with Lines and other bus lines to carry on the

ns acod ai that, brother be careful I "Uonk,. Tonk" flying colors. tremendous mass-transportation job that is '

with the monkey-wrench. I so completely essential to winning the war. .
And there's one little spotwell.if 'Flying Tigers""Lady Just before Christmas, Florida Motor Lines

they so much as change the I Be Good" I asked you to "Give your Holiday trips to Now the holiday period is passed, Florida

smell of that corner drug store-I "Silver Queen" men in the service" and you who have Motor Lines will make every effort to see

will murder the guy I want I learned to depend upon Florida Motor Lines that the service you count on is availabll-

mv girl back just as! she Is and Pay your taxes to beat the Axis I Ii I for your travel needs, responded I I'I lI when you need it-and with the utmost comfort I I.

bungalow! Avenue. and convenience that conditions will
that on Maple war
As a result of postponing such trips,
I want that old roll top desk at MITICKfikfpt I your permit.We .
thousands of men and women in uniform
the electric company with a chance 'hiilinp Count. r'lorldn, I
t to move upstairs or quit if I want I I. Jiiiiinm' II 11)41) were able to go home by bus to spend suggest, however, that you phone or call
IS! lUUF.IIfll'ES.. ThntI'liriiiiint fi
I to Spitlun l I' of ('h1 pter 1-OUI, I precious hours with loved ones. upon your nearest Florida Motor Lines agent .
to.I that old school of LII\\'I vf r'lnrliln Arts of I'l:IT. known well in advance of He help
want to see IK the \If'IU'ln'1'. the following While helping members of the armed forces, any trip. can ,
mine and our church Just as theyare ; ih'm rlhpil Innil, In uki-pi'hulipo. Coinilv, you also made travel smoother and more con- you choose days and schedules that will be .
because I want my kidsto rtiirlilii ,,1:1: I I" nVri'il for mile' nti I venient for whose convenient for and best for wartim ,
'public ontrry, for I IIP IIIJ1h,'" and bent war workers and others most you
eo there. ..,rsb hlil, iiliji.pt ro the right of the trips could not wait It's cooperation like travel. u I
That's MY HOME TOWN 1 TniHtPp i>f the internal IDlIrov".nt| i
,1d 'n "ii IMI nut nml nil bids nt
Keep It for me the way I remem- the Court: lIoiiHv, ut 10 A. M on the .
ber It, just the way I see it now- lath iluy of Ki'linmry. WI:1.I :II."III' nl
'ir rood right ...rI'll)' .Mm' t..", wide
until I come back. ': will lie rpm-rM'il, from our Ipanel) :
5 I I llin.nitli Klihh Iliprp In nil pxUtlnu .
Millions of American boys on our Xtiilp' linn.Il.i.l. fLWThAMOTQRS; ;
N ff nuil 111. HI.i.'k M. OUiecbohp -
far flung battle fronts are thinking IlDlKhtVKubdlvliiliiii.TUI'Hrkh1 .
similar thoughts to those expressed s OK 'IIIB INTKIINtl.: >
in that advertisement. Nash HT\Ti:: OK KIOKIPABr

Kelvlnator, like other great Indus- ROY It. HAI'LFItHd.N: Agent "H '. <. ,' '
Trustees I I. I fund okppphohpiCouotjr > "" : :; :
trial organizations, is thinking with Florida, ,

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Editor In Chief.... ......Molly Bowden I Notice Notice .

Assistant Editor.....JSllvanua Harden Purple and Gold News -

Business Manager .. Eva Nelle Hall All
Sports Reporter..Weldon news must be In the News
box not later than Monday
Class Reporter. .... June Cheshire noon.
HIGH SCHOOL"FRIDAY a special effort
Club Reporter .... Estelle Sanderfur
to get the paper out a little
Social Reporters: Harry P. Green-
f earlier, In order that we might get
berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneous JANUARY 13, 1943 our copies of the paper on Friday,
Reporters and -
Typ --- ---- -
I Instead of Monday. So please cooperate -
ists: Katheryn Sweatt, Bertha
Mercer, Perilee Hunt, Jack Coker, Advice To F. F. A. NEWS RECREATION HALL and let us have your news-
I I paper articles not later than noon
Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie Dopey.poin'sI
Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda The Okeechobee chapter of F. F. f The Theta Beta Club certainly Monday in order that we might

Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel- The LovelornBy A. held its regular meeting last I. IIF F.J.y nOMTTLE I does appreciate the response the I cooperate with The Okeechobee

da Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor- Tuesday night. There were four- ,I students have made to the plea of News.

rle Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marion teen members and three visitors I the club for their cooperation In I Signed: Theta Beta Club.
I Starting this week the must V
Martin. The Love Dope present. A well planned program maintaining the Recreation Hall
carried In which Marvin be in on Monday. We're going to I I SENIOR CORNER
This week we found In the news was out under the club's supervision.Both .
box the following letter. It has I Wilson, a former member, gave us I{ try to get the paper to you earlier. I Friday and Saturday nights -

given us the idea of creating a col- a short pep talk on the war. Did you see what I didWell.. 'I I were enjoyed by all the students I By Sllvanus IlardenI

New Movement umn giving advice for lovers. If I During the business session members i Just in case you didn't I'll tell ya'I. who came down to the hall. The I The seniors are now on the right .

you who are In need of such advice I agreed to follow a program to I II what it was Frank Kelly was dat- ':I ping pong championship, I think, i'side of Life, because they have finally -

Under will address your letters to ( beautify the city parks and streets. 'I ling Sylvia last week. Don't be surprised Is still between Clyde and L. P. The I reached a verdict on their

HeadwayWe've the Love Dope and put them in the ,, The president also discussed several 'cause anybody who has gas careom championship goes to Harry Senior Privileges. The holidays
j I
news box every Friday, the "Love Items of business concerning In his car will do so Paul and his partner. Jack Elledge I must have helped somebody's thinkIng -

1 Dope", who is an experienced the chapter. Plans were made to Who was Perilee's date Friday. carries the checker championship.And ability for the Privileges have
been doing a great deal of person I night? was it Joe Wolf Glenn? I Ii I r
will be glad to give you some start diamond ball practice. Due i the best daivflng couple Is ; been pending since October of 42.
talking about organizing the stu- I most helpful advice, !In the next to gasoline and tire rationing, we And say Billy Goodwin gave her a Svlvla and Gilbert. i But now we can sing "Praise theI

dent council In high school, and I Issue of the Purple and Gold News | will probably play home teams. We couple of books. One was "Our Because of the new gas shortage. I Lord and Pass Examinations", be-

now the first real beginning hasbeen This week's letter read as follows have also received news that there Hearts Were Young and Sad" /oi must not come to the RecreH'on '! cause the rumpus Is over The seniors -

made. Tuesday in chapel Mr. I : :1 will probably be no contests this Just a hint, maybe. I I .! Hall In jour car. It Is n"t should be granted a two weeks

Durrance gave the student body an N .. year, and also there will be no Maybe It's old but I Just found fit to wale and It's easy enough to period in which they could have a
outline of what they were supposedto I : It out and I'm passing it on to you. '
Dear Love Dope: I i state fair. ride your bicycle. We plan to keepit convention and settle everything

do, then each homeroom went to I am writing this letter in hopes j Mr. Bill Barnhart has agreed toilet Simeon gave a certain 11th grade open on Friday and Saturday We are now granted a "skip day".

their respective rooms and elected that you can give advice the club farm 10 acres of his girl a box of candy. Her initialsare nights as before, but we will not but nobody has been able to find
me some
candidates from their room for the concerning some personal problems land. Plans have been made to E. N. H. Look out. Maron, Sim keep the hall open on Monday I enough horses bicycles or any other

various offices that have come up. start this project very soon. Also will steal your glamor. night. These are only temporary gasless "velocopodes" for us to go

The candidate must have at least i' 100 head of fryers have been or- Most of Juanita's dates are with plans, if we find that there are anywhere. We also do not have to

a "C" average, and be a leader, or 'I I have been going steady with one dered. These will probably be used Buck lately. What's Tiny going to enough students who would enjoy have excuses when absent, unless

an all-round student. boy for several weeks now, when at the banquet which is to be held do about that? I know, Maron the Recreation Hall on Monday used extremely.
The seniors made a wise choiceas all of a sudden another boy asked don't give a Hoot!Ii I
1 in March. I night, we will reopen It, but not I We also get another half day off
their candidate to represent their me for a date. Do you think I : We urge all people to attend our i Does "Hooty" let Silvanus read until the semester is over. i| this semester, and we are grantedi

class are: Clyde Durrance. Tiny 'honld go with all the boys or Just meetings and let us settle your ag- her letters from "Bearcat" or does V- i the privilege of going to chapel last

Watford and Maron Martin. In oneThis ricultural problems, or do our best she keep what's in them a secret? and leaving first.

the first primary election which will boy I have been going withI to do BO.I | The best things come In little \ | Plans are being made for our

be held Friday, Jan. 13, one of these I good looking and I like him very I V | packages about the size of Leroy's. Wiud B r-J d/ j senior class play. Well, it's so long

three will be eliminated and In much do yoU think I should go I I TI1ETBETA fU'B NEWS I I Eh. Mary Lou? 'II Wa.i. i-Wf : until we meet again on the Bonnie

the second, primary one of the two with him alone when I want to no j I Perhaps they didn't know what Banks of the English Channel.

others will be elected as Presidentof with other bovs too? time It was or didn't care, but It [WAR DHIDS! -----V
The Theta Beta Club met Tues-
the student government the He says that If I go with any I | seems odd that Mike, Bill, Jerry *
dav night for its regular monthly PARTYMiss
other automatically becoming the other boys he will not go with me and Raulle stayed to play with Ada NINTH GRADE
I j business meeting and the following | ._
senior class representative.The any more. I have to choose between I Jane and Jo Ann long after the A iC.Jiit ..l. ii a .cm-( .!iing nwtoi
business transacted.A (
was had
Junior class homerooms have him and having numerous picnic was over. I know It wa.sn't '.r nnnored with heavy tttcl plat*. McCarthy's homeroom
four candidates, two from each boy friends What should I do' play has been selected, and the to help clean up. scd to Ira 'port troops from one llnson last Friday night. Everya -
I production will begin at once un- omt to another Its of low illnouute party at the home of Idell Tom-
homeroom. In the first primarytwo I'm anxiously awaiting your ad- It'as quick work on "D 'namite's" -
der the direction of Miss Finger
All but the
and prutccJcm against had swell time.
g.vcs body
of these candidates will be vlre. part In regard to his and
right away The material for the r-nrhlne and oll.cr ground flre had to work
gun ;: boys, that is They
eliminated and in the second pri- "Undecided"ANSWER i Minnie Lea's friendship. Maybewe'd ,
scrapbook\ has been ordered. A recording A scout cnr cne'' *S.Ml hard to freeze the ice cream, but
mary one of the remaining two will .. ordered for better Join the Navy.
] player has been
be elected as vice-president and the Good luck to Johnny Johnson, "', they made up for that
: the recreation hall The club voted t.iI. dashers
the -
to lick
i The churners got
other will automatically become the we hear he's going to go and get
to support the constitution of the .I' <':1.IL ice
eight of
had quarts ,
"j. We
Junior class representative. Their Dear "Undecided": himself hitched. : ,
: t.
student council composed and sub- : :
., ] and everybody really
candidates are Weldon Draughon, I Surprise party, and you mustn'ttell cream
Don't yoU think It's rather unreasonable mitted "y a student-faculty committee 11 .: .
Harry Paul Oreenberger, Frank for him to expect you appointed by Mr. Williams a soul. Last week a party was Co ;'. ...........41-.. k" ,' '. pul-enty to eat for once. Me-

Reeves and Juanita Pearce.i to with him, and him onlY. when given which was a surprise to ev-1 :. ;" .,..".' .........:..I'r" i The chaperons were Miss
go It decided to the recreation .. Goddard. We
was open I and Miss
ribs and had '9- Y Carthv
i The sophomore class homerooms eryone They roasted ; '
boys dates?
for .y--
other are asking
I you and I lot of fun.
center only on Friday which must have made everyone --r. played ames and had a
have four candidates Just as the punch
I After all If some new attractive Saturday nights, because of the drunk, because I've never \\1 uJ: ju.r IIC..I.IJ"U }iuuuut I Those who Were invited were:
Junior class, and the secretary- ,
girl comes to town there Is no lack of Interest on the part of parents I :u (a:, buy UIK of Hit ,f ..- Cooner Domer. D. L.. Billy Chan-
heard mixture
such couples.
treasurer will be elected from the of a of
I doubt that he would try to date I and teachers in chaperoning. First of all. Jack Wolff was therewith \j :s IN \lie two candidates in the
remaining The next meeting will be at the I u.'i', "t.-, v.u.t ;>. .,i i I". v i Ha>nes. Elwyn. Idell. Molly Peggy.I .
her.My Lucille Johnson, while her
second primary. The candidatesare advice Is to tell him that you home of Marlon Martin with Sfl- dear took Kathryn Sweatt. \r: LUICS. \Virr'.t la't. ..> I II I.!I Doris Alice. Betty Mae and Lucille. ,
: Alvyna Sweatt and Laurens Johnny :In !\ '
would still like to date him, but host. The
vanus Harden as joint ------V.
j Reeves, Frances Knight and Sara Frank Reeves later showed up '. '. t'll p ". t f l.t Mr s:''"cl I -w
date other boys combined social
Howell. you plan to meeting will be a with Virginia Parkerson. Even 1 .,1. I'J: ..t l. '..it :.. .f.:'\ Pi'Ide.slays. thanksgiving, but an
when they ask you, and you don'slready'have t: and business meeting. .All members' Gilbert took Alvyna; hen ,' "' soil of
There i ,-though i \ t ..: humble mind Is the out
.will be representative
W t" one date. this i .
to meeting .
a I are urged keep his with H.
elected from each of the following spent most of t'me Phyllis. ( 'II >( iAmerica's which thanks naturally grows.-
The Love Dope. mind and be present Fulford took "Truth"in
When Gene W. Beecher.
homeroom candidates in the first
': "Truth or Consequences" and -
1 i
primary which will be final. ---
t asked. "Who do love best-"
was you
In Miss McCarthy's 9th grade
He replied quickly "Molly Bowden." I
homeroom the candidates Idell
I are Wet Weather Talk Bytheway she came with Maron. II
Tomllnson and Haynes Williams. I RECAPYOUR
Others who attended were Joe Un-
In Miss Ralford's homeroom the .-
I derhlli and Perilee Tiny and Idell
candidates Lucille Johnson and I
are t
I James W. RileyIt Mamie Lee and Cooner. and the TIRES AT
Edward Alderman.
I hain't no use to grumble and complane; i chaperon was Mr. Carl T Durrance
In Mr. DeVore's 8th grade home IIt' HUMPHRIES TIRE & RETREADING CO.
The notice or write-up which was
room the candidates are Al Rau- Jest as cheap and easy rejoice |

I lerson and Donald Sellers When God sorts out the weather and sends rain t taken from the news box did not Fort Pierce Florida Phone 139
4 I tell who sponsored the party, or ,
In Mrs. Strickland's homeroom W'y, rain's my choice.
1 1 j what they put In the punch. Remember -
j the candidates are Bill Henry and ? Nine Years exprrieme. Best of equipment.Send .

Elphla In Mrs Harden.McMullen's 7th grade I Ij Men gingerly, to all Intents- .' .*. T'alnt fun to go places jour tires and certifUates by bus line and save time, tires

Although they're apt to grumble borne- Where aren't Invited.
homeroom the candidates are Ada you and gasoline. Prompt fctrvice. Government ceiling prices.
Jane Cason and Jo Ann Berka. Puts most their trust in Providence, Just wait 'til they ask ya;

j In Miss Gifford's homeroom the And takes things as they come- Then )'a' go, delighted.
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candidates! are John Bryan Watford That is, the commonalityOf

and Oreta Knight.A men that's lived as long as me '

i political rally will be held in Has watched the world enough to learn

chapel Friday morning", and all candidates They're not the boss of this concern. '
t will make political speeches I QE i.
l \
I and the election will be held by

I secret ballot during the day in the With some, or course, It's different- "

t north end of the first floor hall of I've saw young men that knowed it all, ;Don't

.. the high school building. I And didn't like the way things went

t Bin things are expected out of On this terrestchul ball-: sag"I

this student council, so come on I I But all the same, the rain, some way, --i.. ti J

kids and suport vour candidate, andI j! Rained Just as hard on picnic day: I i >. '
to standon. x i E
rive him a good platform I iollt
wanted ,
Eer, when they really Don.

V It maby would t rain a bltl t
I .. '

t I \ In this exlstunce, dry and wet i

The weekly meeting of the Parrot Will overtake the best of men-,

I troop of girl scouts was held
I Some little shife o'clouds'll shet
Tuesday afternoon in the girl scout
The sun off now and then.-
\ the sale And maby, while you're wundern who
The time of rummage
was set for Saturday Jan. 23, and You've fool-like lent your umberell' to,

all the girls were urged to start And want It-Out'll pop the sun,

collecting as much rummage as And you'll be glad you hain't got none! ..

possible for this sale. Any donation I tIt .

that of our town friends'can '
aggervates .the farmers, tooThey's -
make to this sale will be appreciated -
that can l too much wet, er too much sun,
Anything beI "
resold, and a small profit can be I Er work er waitln' round to do ,

made on will be accepted with I Before the plowln's done:

d much gratitude by the scouts. The And mayby, like as not, the wheat, I
money made In this project will be Jest as it's look In' hard to beat II

used to Improve the appearance of I Will ketch the storm-and Jest about I

the girl scout room and to pay their i I The time the corn's a-Jlntln out.

annual dues to the American Girl (- .. .
Scouts, and to sponsor a banquetfor I I -- -

second class girl scouts. These-here cy-clones a-foolin1 around- Rut
was a
war Industry again lob and delivering electric
. Your cooperation In this project ,I And back'ard crops!-and wind and rain!- professional soldier with little I it pouring out planes,tanks and in ever-increasing quantities power!

will be appreciated. If you willbring And ylt the corn that's wallered down taste for polities- and little ffuns-meeting production goals
to the schoolhouse Ion for the upstart paperhanger that seemed fantastic at first. And back of it all, of count,
your things May elbo up again) Hitler, whom he had to is the American way of life at

or let us know by phone, They hain't no sense, as I can see, accept a s Chancellor. Back of this fast-growing work-where free men are encouraged -
rome girl scout will be glad to pick military power I is electric power to invent invert, pro
what rummage you might haveon Per mortuls, itch as us, to be f After the last wart the shrewd -far mart power than Hitler duce, and everybody btntnti.FRIDAY .
A-faultln' Natur's wise intents, Prussian finger on and all hit henchmen haveturnlnr -

hand._ u .__v. n' __ -- And lockln' horns with Providence 1 I en prim! defeat reason: "America'for Germany brilliant out everything the machines from bullets that turn to

Let a man try faithfully, man- war industry had entered batttohipi. ti44 41E4 / '
the itrvict of patriotiim. .
fully to be right, he will dally. It hain't no use to grumble and complane; Th 7 understood war" Behind the great bulk of this

grow more and more right.\: It Is It's Jest as cheap and easy to rejoice- I power are the electric companies -
condition on Itftoty it repeating ..- under experienced! bus
at the bottom of the to cultivate When God sorts out the weather and sends rain. .."/...H'fW .1Ib",,', sweee..oc! thou management-doinf their COMpAM'fs

which all men have ,} v W'y, rain's my choice. .. .;, '..!V ,." ?
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