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: February 5, 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 )
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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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28-Number 33 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, February 5, 1943 Price Five Cents

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Transact<<; BusinessIn ASKED-WITHOUT- DELAY :I Be Speaker On tdi Treasury Department I I MEN IN SERVICE

Anjone\ho may be in possessionof : I /. 'tiDR United States Coast Guard I -

Regular SessionThe a county pressure cooker or Baptist ProgramDr West Palm Beach, Florida Russell Domer, son of Mr and
30 1943
January, Mrs. V. J. Domer, left Sunday for
canning equipment please returnit W, J. Hendry, Miami where he entered the armyas

at ONCE to the county court J. Clyde Turner pastor First Osceola Fisheries, an aviation cadet. Russell enlist-
Board of County CommIssioners
house. Miss Houchard home sup- Baptist Church, Greensboro, N. C. Okeechobee Florida ed several months ago but was not
of Okeechobee County ervisor Farm Security Administration will be the speaker on The Baptist Dear Mr Hendry: I called until Sunday.
Florida met In regular session
In reference to letter of
Hour for the first three Sundaysin your S S S
February 1. 1943 at 10:00 A. M. will receive the equipment and
February, the general theme of January 28, 1943, I wish to advise
Present were: Chairman C. F. place It In the county kitchen. I that our Identification Mobile Mr. and Mrs. J F. Bond are In
his being "Christian Resources you
Walker, Commissioners C. E Draw- The kitchen will soon be avail I receipt of word that their son Earl
Unit will be In Okeechobee, Fla,
In the Crises". as announced -
dy. B. C. Swain Ernest Hilliard able to the public for canning. It I has arrived safely In North Africa.
bS F. Lowe chairman of the at eight a. m, 8 February, 1943, to
and R. E. Bass, County Attorney is necessary that the county equip radi', committee of the Southern Issue and renew identification cards. Earl enlisted in the army about
T. W. Conle ', Jr.: Sheriff L L Con ment be RETURNED. Anyone who Please have fishermen in three years ago and was sent to
Baptist Convention. These pro your
rad and Clerk Roy R Raulerson. knows where any of this equipment carried Okeeohobee, Florida, apply for their various training camps when abouta
grams are by an Independent
Upon motion Commissioner Is please notify Miss Francis Hou-i year ago he was transferred to
by I cards as early as possible as the
network of 35 stations at 8:30
Camp South Carolina
Hilllard seconded I chard ather office in the court
) by Commissioner | EWT Sunday mornings. Beautiful r Mobile Unit moves on to Moore Haven
where he remained until
Bass the minutes of the meet- house or by mall Box 248. Florida that same day about
printed copies of each message can
when he
I ago was
held --vMusic ------
Ings during January 1943 J. CLYDE TURNER W T. Colqultt.President .
I be had by writing each time to again transferred to in
a camp
were Reports read of and Marks approved.and Brands for Class To i The Baptist Hour In care of the I Pastor First Baptist Church, ----VMrs. New Jersey where he sailed from.

station over which you hear the Greensboro N. C., who will .
District No.4'and 5. were received' D. R. McNeill
programs speak the first three Sunday .
and ordered filed In the office of I Mrs Eva Walton has received
Give Recital At a
Mr. Lowe further states that Dr. mornings In February 1943 on
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. letter from
her son, Maurice, In
Tu.i ner Is one of the most popular.P The Baptist Hour program. Of TheWoman's
Reports of Receipts. expenses and ( akers among Southern Baptists VOkeechobee which he states that he is now
Net Income for 12 months period .' School Tonight being In constant demand as a stationed at the naval training
ending December 31. 1942 from base at Bainbridge, Md. Maurice
I speaker for assemblies, colleges and Has Society
Robert La Martin, Tax Assessor i I r church meetings throughout the i, ( .enlisted In the navy about six weeks

and Ray R. Raulerson Clerk of the The Music Department of the I I South. This is a return engage- II I ago.
Circuit Court received and Okeechobee Schools will present S 1 .
were First Failure In
ment of Dr. Turner on The Bap-
ordered filed In the office of the 1 the high school music pupils In a ,I II is. the first beIng I Each member felt a sense of Elburn Platt arrived home yester
i t Hour engagement -
Clerk the Circuit recital Friday evening February 6. I I dedication and renewed inspira is
of Court. I the 1941 series. day and spending a short furlough -
The Financial Statement showing at 7 o'clock in the school auditorium I' The in radio committee reports that War Bond SalesIt I tion toward the work of her office here with his parents, Mr

balances as of January 31 1943 The public Is cordially In- mall as Rev. Howell read the Impressive and Mrs. J. C. Platt Elburn is In
I I fan responses to The Baptist
offered follows vlted to attend. installation service to the incoming the and home from
was as : I navy came
the 35 stations
General Fund $ 788582 I Program I I Hour programs over is with regret I report that officers of the Woman's Society of somewhere near Cuba.
the heard in FlorIda
Fine & Forfeiture Fund 2830.26 1. Oondoleii Nevln 'I on programs are Ckeechobee County has for the Christian Service, at the annex .
i Stations WJAX Jack-
Poad & Bridge Fund 3954.89 1 Bessie Mae Ralfsnider 'sonville over WTSP of St. Petersburg of first time failed to reach and pass Tuesday aftemoon. The opening D. R. Kllpatrick who is stationed

Agricultural Fund .. ....... 73568 Sarah Howell 'WFTL of Fort Lauderdale WRUF its monthly quota of War Bond hymn and Mr. Howell's prayer carried with the Coast Guard at Miami,
Mother' Pensions Fund .... 11.20 2. Shadows of the Night Podeska I'1. f Gainesville and WWPO of Lake purchAses. With our largest quota out the missionary theme. spent Saturday and Sunday herewith
Outstanding IndebtednessFund Ada Jane Cason Worth; ($13,680), for January sales for the ( Mrs D. R. McNeill gave the devotional his wife and her parents, Mr.

... '782.49 3. Serenade Schubert i VI month totaled only $10850 We fell I from the current Sunday : and Mrs L. M. GarrJin.
Publicity Fund .80 Susan Hancock i -- short $2830 of what was asked of I school lesson, "Bread for Spiritual .
1936 Tax Adjustment Fund 8.75 4. March of the Toys Herbert I ('.\ NOW COUNTY, us I know many payments and I| Hunger", taken from John 6. During Representative W. J, Hendry received

Jail Repair Fund 65.83 Virginia Lee Culbreth I KITCHEN :OPEN SOON assessments were due In Januaryand the business session Miss Constance a letter this week from Joe

Courthouse Repair Fund 18.75 M.s Bartlett I necessarily many persons who Finger brought a report Pease who is stationed at Camp

1940 Oeneral Refunding ,,,5 Danube Waves Ivanovici have been regular purchasers foundit Horn that organization Croft, S., C., in which he says he
Fund .... 10.35'7.75Total Jo Ann Berka i Miss Fiances G Houchaid. home impossible: to buy as many and Belle Bennett Circle hostesses is getting along fine. He states
6 Hungarian Concert Polka Alfoldy uponis-i Farm Security Administration I as heavily as they would liked to were Miss Jo Parrish, Mrs. F. Zan- i that there are men in camp there

$26.652.22 Harry Paul Oreenberger I has asked that we reprint have done last month der Mrs C. F. Jenkins and Mrs. from all over the Eastern part of

Upon motion Commissioner 7 Fifth Nocturne Leybacn the following editorial. (Tampa I I want to thank all those who D. J. Hunt who served tea and i I the United States in training for
Morning Tribune, Feb 4. did and ask "everyone" to get delicious cookies to large
Drawdy duly seconded by Commis- McKinster Roe 1943)1 buy syrup a the infantry. He also says the
sloner Milliard the clerk was Instructed 8. Reading. "Rory OMoie' Irish. I -. .- -- In "the fight on the home front", gathering weather Is fine there with frost on

to notify: the Citizens Bank Marian Whidden I ('an, Say Mayo //1 I and let's pass our February quota Officers installed were: Mrs. D. I the ground most mornings .*.. ..
F "G 's '?r'wtnrt8Wart; : >nortaa, to"stop*
payment on check No. 15548 payable Mary Virginia Swain ture Nathan Mayo has acted commendably has been reduced to $10,800, and I son, Vice Pres; Mrs C. F. Jenkins, Rex Anderson, who Is In the navy

to Charles L. Raulerson and 10. Silvery Waves Wyman I In calling upon the State \\1 see no reason why we cannot meet Rec. Secy.; Mrs. D. W. Cassel, Cor. and'stationed at Key West, spent

ordered a new one In the amountof Bessie Mae Ralfsnider \ Farmers Markets and other agencies his in our alloted time I Secy.; Mrs. Wm A. Moore, Treas.; several days of this week here on

$915 written for repayment of 11. Nola .... .. .. Arndt to encourage the canning of Florida Pauses Hundred Thirty Local Treas., Miss Jo Parrish; Mrs. furlough
same Ellis Draughon any surplus commodities that may Million J. M. Roe, Sec'y Missionary Edu .

A list of Confederate pensionersnow 12. Malaguena Lecuona accumulate during the current vegetable I The people of Florida have pur- I cation; Mrs. J. O. Wolff, Sec'y Herbert Nix spent Saturday night

receiving a pension from the Sarah Howell I season.Recognizing. I 'chased more than a hundred and j Christian Social Relations; Miss and Sunday here with his parents

County of Okeechobee. received 13. Valse in A Levltzkl that there Is no time : thirty million dollars worth of War Constance Finger, Sec'y Wesleyan Mr. and Mrs. T H. Nix. Herbertis

from the State Board of Pensions Perllle Hunt I like the present for preparing for Bonds and Stamps from May 1, Guild, Mrs W. E. DeVore, Sec'y of stationed at the United States

was presented to the Board and 14 Rustle of Spring Sindlng I any eventuality the commissioner I 1941 through December 31, 1942 i Children's Work; Mrs. C. H. Park- Naval Air Base at Jacksonville.

upon being examined was approved. Betty Barber suggests that the State Markets as I according to reports made by the erson Sec'y of Literature; Mrs. W. 1 .

Upon motion duly carried the 15 Conceit Etude .. MacDowell I well as individuals can any excess several counties to State Administrator B. Jennings, Sec'y of Supplies; Mrs Sergeant Albion F. Harden of the

posrd unanimously agreed to sponsor Sylvia Snell supply of vegetables and other I John L. Fahs. : W. R. Howell, Sec'y of Spiritual United States Marines spent several -

a Veneral Disease Clinic for 16. In a Monastery Oarden KetelbejGianniiu products rather than permit On October 1, Florida passed the Life. days of this week In Okeecho

Okeechobee County at cost not to ;( Mia Prime !! Mum tj be wasted Such canning I first hundred million in Bond sales Circle Chairmen appointed for bee. He was being transferred to

exceed $75.00 per month same to Ah! SweelMy&teiyof Life Herbert activity now will help to tide us and in the three succeeding monthsthe the year were: Belle Bennett Miss the West Coast and got time off

be conducted one night each week. I I Stouthearted Men Rombeig over during the late summer when people of this state bought Jo Parrish; Martha, Mrs W. A. to come home to see his father

In connection with the State Board I Strike Up the Band Ger 11win t. there are few fresh Florida vegetables mure< than thirty million dollars Lawson; Crozier, Mrs. W. E. De C. D.. Harden but on his arrival

of Health. | Girls Glee Clubv I It will help to secure an "dd"I lIal. Sales reported to the yore i here he found that his father had

The following vouchers were approved --- I 'dequate! supply In the face of office of the State Administrator by Other members attending besides | recently moved to Miami.!

and ordered paid when '1 Mrs. W. D. Shine of Pound Ridge, limited transportation of vegetablesfrom December 31, totaled $134,409,445. those mentioned for offices were; I .

funds are available: N. Y., anived here last week andis northern markets during that I It is of interest to know that Mrs Zelmenovltz and sister Mrs. O. L Sweatt son of Mr and

GEVERIL FIND spending Uo weeks here with period and the rationing of canned Okeechobee County from May 1, Fisher; Mrs. K. E. Stello; Mrs. E.I Mrs. Alvin Sweatt, was home last

C. F. Walker, Sal. Co Com. her mother, Mrs. John Duncanson; goods. 1941 through December 31, 1942 has H. Goodwin; Mrs. F. W. Humph week from Norfolk, Va., where he

January f 50.00B. and sister and brother In law, Mr Of all times, this spring and summer purchased $110,550 worth of War ries; Mrs. P. P. Evans; Mrs. W. L. has finished "boot" training He

C. Swain Sal Co. Com ,,I and Mis W. J. Hendry.0 should see a great increase in Bonds Our population Is 3000. Burges; Mrs. J. A. McNeill; Mrs. will be sent to Key West to go to

January 5000 -0- I the canning of Florida products of Compare this with our neighboring Link; Mrs. W Snell; Mrs. D. J'I trade school O. L. likes the navy

Ernest Hilllard. Sal Co. Com A. Moore left today for Fort the soil. Action during the next counties, whose purchases for the Hunt, Mrs. F. Yander; Mrs Roy fine and says he wouldn't be any-

January ..... 50 00 i i( Myers where he will spend several few months will help to overcome same period, and population are as Draughn. where else.Maxwell.
C E. Drawdy, Sal. Co. Com, 1 i days on business. I any possible serious shortage later I II follows: ---- S S .

January 5000 I i ____ --- -- | in the year, St. Lucle County, population 11- gress under the Constitution has Field, Ala, Feb. 2, 1943

R E. Bass Sal Co Com. Cafe ... .. ...... ....... .... .. 4.94 I 871 Bond purchases $735.743 ample power to make provision for Dear Bryant:

January .... ... 50.00 Inter County Tel & Tel. Co., Highlands County, population 9- meeting obligations In the future I This cadet life is the berries but
.... .... ... 11.91 I Miss Houchard adds that the '!
Roy R Raulerson, Sal. Clerk J. and Jail Jan. 246, Bond purchases $538,044. "The obligations of the United is really hell to comply with. As
kitchen will
less victory tax 145.10T. Pay Roll coroner's Inquest 6.60 I county canning soon Indian River County, population States to pay before maturity, at an underclassman at pre-fllght

W. Conely, Jr., Sal. Co. Charles L. Rauleison, refund I be ready and available to any resident I 8957, Bond purchases $530,936. the option of the owners, In accordance school here I am being put through
in the If Interested
Judge less victory tax: 145.10 check for check No. 15548. .. 915 in canning county. in the you kitchen are Osceola County, population 10.119, with the terms of the bonds, some mighty stiff paces Being

T. W. Conely, Jr, Sal Co. I Bessie Alderman, Tax Agent, I contact Miss Houchard at the Bond purchases $413,120. I Is quite as binding as its obligation disciplined by an upperclassman is

Judge less victory tax ........ 121.10 3 license tags for Co. I Martin County, population 6,295 j to pay at maturity. I do not understand the most severe punishment found
T. W. Conely, Jr., Sal. Co. Trucks .. .... ... ..... '7:50FlSE : Farm. Security office In the courthouse Bond purchases $265,552. '' how any loyal person anywhere but It's all training for

Attorney 50.00 &: FORFEITURE FUND"/ 4 j jy Hendry County population 6,237, could question the promise of the one of the finest things in the

Bessie Alderman, Sal. Tax T. W. Conely, Jr., Sal. -- -- Bond purchases $99,173. United States In this respect. world. That fact alone keeps me

Coll, less victory tax ...... 121.10 Juvenile J., Jan. 15.00 WAR JOB TRAINING IS I Glades County population 2,745 : Several correspondents have going. No matter how hard It gets

Robert La Martin, Sal. Tax I T. W. Conely, Jr., Docket OFFERED BY N. y A.I I Bond purchases $50,740 ten the department In the \\Tlt-I there Is always a just reward for

Assessor, less victory tax.... 121.10: Fees January .. ... .... 16.00 There Is quoted below a section i connection and the only possible Iit in the end. I for one desire
R Raulerson, cost bills of a statement in a letter from. basis, far be ascertained I
J. L. Chandler, Sal. Janitor, I Roy Young men and women from 16 so as can that end and Intend to give out
less victory tax .. .. .. ... 74.10 and attend. Co. Ct, Jan 96.80. Mr. Daniel W. Bell, Undersecretary is the reservation in the offering for it.
to 25 either marriedor
O C. Durrance Sal. Act. I O C. Durrance, conviction years who age, interested in I I lof the Treasury, In response to a circular that a reasonable notice I hope you and all the rest back

Pros Atty. less victory tax 74.10 fees January .. 5500 single for, are I i I I communication reporting that rum- in case of presentation of bonds of home are fine and well. I really
production jobs,
W B. Harp-aves Sal. Supr. L. L. Conrad cost bills, training consult war Miss Ruth iors are being circulated In the effect Series E for redemption prior to miss you all.
now Caryl
Regis., January .. .... 40.00 I sheriff, January 41904 Mertz, N. Y. A. local representative, that the privilege of cashing maturity may be required by regu- Bryant-I would sure like to read
State Tuberculosis Sa., Hosp. ROAD & BRIDGE FUND/ at the Farm Security Office, secondl1eol' 'War Bonds Is to be revoked and I I latlon. No regulation In such respect -I some of the ole home town news.

B. Oainous ... 2576 Pay Roll, Dist No.. 4. labor. 27.00 Okeechobee : that they are to be "frozen" for a has been' made, and I if one Is Please send me a paper each week
the court house -
Florida Power & Light Co., I Pay Roll, Dist No. 3, labor 1200 on of Wednesday mornings, between : period of ten years following the I|I made in the :future you may be and any old Issues you can get

Elec. C. H. & Jail, Jan. ... 18.99 Standard Oil Co., fuel 11.56 and 1030. I war: I sure that It will only require reas- together.
the hours of 8:30: :
Victory Tax Fund, Victorytax I Okee. Battery & Elec. Serv, Training for a period of 12 weeksis "War Savings Bonds, by their express -' onable notice. One month's notice, Hoping to hear from you soonI

deductions .. .. .. 1840 materials and repairs, offered In machine shop, welding, [ terms, are payable on specl- In writing, is now required, of am, Yours truly,
Gilbert Culbrtth, kerosenefor Dlsts 2 & 4 26.70 metal and electricity 'tied dates and are redeemable be- course, for redemption of Series F A/O Donald O. Barber
radio sheet I
Courthouse ......... ............ 815 Pay Roll Dlst. No.2. labor 30.00 fore such dates, and at the option and 0 bonds and this has been the ---V--
Z K. Williams Agent, renewal Ruble Bass gas Dlst No. 2. 5.25 Resident centers are medical set up to pro-and I lof the ownrs at fixed redemption I case from the time of their first Is- County Judge T. W. Conely left
board care
vide ,
or bond of W. B. AGRICULTURAL FUND room and In addition, values, and there Is no doubt that suance." yesterday for Jacksonvllla where he

Kargraves ...... ..... ...........*..... 6.00 C. A. Fulford, Sal. Co. Agent shop training monthto the promise of the United Statesin I believe this will clear up a went to attend a meeting of the
$1080 a
Raulerson Dept. Store, sup less victory tax .. 98.10J. trainees are paid Incidental such respect will be kept. I question which has been asked me State Democratic Executive Committee

plies for Courthouse ........... 479 S Underhill, recording d e f ray Is furnished expenses to the might add that In all the one hun several times In the past month. which Is in session In that

Dr. Adrian M. Sample, treat- fees for January .. ... ... 30.00, resident Transportation center by the N. Y. A. a. dred and fifty-five years of thenation's Invest at least ten percent of your city today.

ments H. Watford ..?.?_....... 300 Victory Tax Fund, victorytax Industrial existence, and despite the earnings In War Bonds each -0-
L. L. Conrad, attend Co. deduction .............. ... 1.9C I well as transportation to available. vicissitudes through which the month. The safest Investment In Lloyd Scott, who has been employed

Com., January _.?... .............. 4.00 1940 GENERAL REFUNDING centers where jobs are country has passed during that the WORLD today.W. at Domer's Machine Shop
The Okeechobee News, print. FUND -- time, the United States never has R. Page, Chairman, for the past three years, left this

Juror Summons ?....?..._ 6.80 Manufacturers Trust Co, to FOR RENT Five room house defaulted In the payment of Its Okeechobee County week tor Panama City, where he

Ruble Bass, Basslnger Sch. services as payee agent .... 192:I with all conveniences. C WINKLER. obligations when due The Con- War Savings Committee has accepted a Job in the shipyard

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;; 'ill Okeprhohep' Florlili, within eight Mr and Mrs, R E HamrIck left i --
QJhl'l'cltnl1l'c Nr enlendiir nimithi from tin II me of the
r- Bret pnhllriillon, if thin nullrr. Kin'hilulni Saturday for LaBelle where they'I
I I nr demand Hhull l>. In nrltlntf, spent Saturday and Sunday with THE POCK ETOO!{
und shall elate the place of renldence '
Published Every Friday by the und pout offlee address. of the I'lulni their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. :
Okeechobee News Co.. at Okeecho- mil. mid shill hv worn to liy the and Mrs R. E. Hamrick, Jr. Mrs. tP hs,2'
liiliuunt) iitfi-nt or attorney, und any Hamrick remained in LaBelle while'
bee, Okeechobee: County. Florida. each ftiilin or demand lint no Bled I'
__ hull lie void. Mr. Hamrick went to Tampa Mon- |

BRYANT BOWDEN ....... ... Editor lOxeentor KANSAS uf the HHFAVKH.An l.nut: Will and 2 day where he had a case In Federal r

TtHtmnent of court there this week. /
Entered as second class matter It. L. llrewi-r, ilecpiiwd. "Sausagei for breakfast! Sausages V- I { \ ./
for breakfast! I can smell i I 6,1':01r1
July 1. 1914, at the Poet Office In ", rtfF. OF 'em! Small Joe came tumbling I ? airt : :

Okeechobe. Florida, under the ..tl'I'I.IC.IrhiIOlt 'rte unii downstairs .
I.HWI or IIM.INiillie : fastening the belt of his if i ( I I'd
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. IN lierehy riven Unit holies shorts as he come. He trade a bee r ) ; 1 "r:3

--- and ItiinlerKiin. holders of Tux Certl- line for the kitchen. Pop was a-! I i 'kJ1ud'lfouB'Uf'JUdls i iI f / : -

RATE Hullo No, 4, A, U to2] liielunlve. M: ready sitting at the table, reading i; f, ,;.. '
.'4. 41, 4J und 44. lumieil' the Mh day the while Mom held the han I
One Tear In advance .. $2 00 paper l tJ1
of Anidixl, A. I. 11)40) him tiled\ mine WAR BUNDS '
Six months In advance ............ 1.00 lu U'')' m le'; him made npillrnlloii| for die of the frying-pan over the stove ,, 1
a Tin L'wil to he. iHKiied, tliereon. Snlrt Small Joe came close end snitTed I II ,
Three months In advance ........ .75 I'I ;
the delicious smoke allover f.
I'.rllli"lIt ellllinice the following de- wriggling ,
rlhed In the Comity ufiiKi'iihoiiio with ''I I II I. /'
propertj early-morning joy. '
Advertising bills are payable on itiiie of Florida hitch Refrigerator are out for the duration. { I,, .1l1f f .IIi'
"Better be thankful for them while
the first of each month. Parties Lot 1(1( :'s and 29, Her 3, Tup. still them." One I I I Manufacturer have now tooled ;, ia I (f; f :
you can get glanceat /
114: HIl'" 33! ; Lot 211. II. 11. Twp.HI. their plants for production of war ,
unknown to publishers required to II | Mom's face told small Joe this
: HKC: :33 All Hlnrki' 1 to 6InclllMlve. I I ANpWTIREDE5IGNEDFOR ,
>RIn advance. M, 11 to 24 Int'IllnlVe. was one of her tight-lipped days I i I materials. Common-sense-folk, however f,6MTIMS PLANES IN COLD
Jil und 1 tf, toil .11 I In :14\ In "Not a drop of coffee In the house, i are saving now not spending i iand .t RRITORV: MAS A CREPEJIBERtRCAPTOSIVE I

Reading notices In local columns I elusive All Kluik 7 !Irna lot 7.All and no sugar left to put In it If there I building up a fund for purchase p. A J" r'FaMERNQLDON .'
Illoi'k ft lion lot 14. All lllnck ..
10 cent a line. Rates for display III lion loin :2, :i, O). 7 mid 'H, .Alllllnck was. Some war !" Small Joe kept of refrigerators and other domestic ; SNDWANDI. .-JI'... ----: -.......; -
21 Ira loin 13 mid K. All still needs through investment In U S. ICE'D... -
advertising furnished on application I Shirk '."* leas its 7 ,und 'I. Town "Letter for you son," Pop said In War Bonds : ) 0- -

! Classified advertising 2 cents Kite of Heemi, n nuhillvlwlon/ uf his quiet voice. Small Joe made a ': :. .J A NBVWLV pFVFLOPEDPARACNuTECA1J.

each word per Insertion. All Items H'.,. of N\W and N'II" of Nll'"( I IH leap for his place at table. Thereit \ ..( j.. r, PROP FROM TUB STRATOSPWEfte TO
M. T" p. .11, ItBP. il.1 : l.llt III, .. 'Y'oonETflroM"TMe'ISROOND8Ef'OI'.
regarding enterprises conducted for !' in. 34. Lot HI I was a private personal letter for ..
Her Tea Hire ,1.1 : ,. '::100:;. Vf"'II'T" IS CAPABLE Of
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng Her 27. Twp 34, Kite. M: : Lot W. him alone, propped against his milk .... OPENING AUTOAWTlCALiy AT ANY
KIT 21). Twp. :\4. live. .13 Lot B, glass. 'ERh11NEDNEIGNTANPCANBa:
rat*?. Me .. :3J.! 34 '. 311: hat 211.( -,. .J .PRE-O
Twp hg" : "Hey, Pop! It's from brother! rC+ ... : UWT LAND SUPPUES A5 WELL AS
Kei-. 13 T,,' 33. 31 Lilt 24.Rw. I'
p. l ; anti f Small Joe was pulling the envelope MEN
-- n.; 1'3:1: Hiro. S4 ; rI
K:I.4 nf Lot '.'II, Sec. ''J. Twp. 83, 'r apart and diving I .
Legal Advertisements HIt. 34. ? into the contents, I 'CW wnttp'tlfgK! 'If NINDO- -l')) )

I 'J',,,. iiKBeHnuienti" nf mild property" \( 'I "Hey look what _,....coXG1'r M Pf1'rCUffeDL"'U' ) e...
MI'nth: under laid Certltlentet iBiiied t,,'rp In he sent me" Hepassed IT IS NiGw9IIE pe1it51AN S rp
Okri'i'liiilH'c I'miiiM Klnrldii. the iiiuiieM ofV: H. lltlpln C. .'. 1 .INIW. wN4CN 11eANe !!I lIi'"rt BED50R/N6f
1 'i'Iorllllr)' 1. 11141.NO :!. luilniiii. 11, II Krlckmin, I'nknowii G-I '" "'A over an ARE NOW
PICK: IM 1IJ1lnUIlInx: 'fhlll1'1""l1l1t ('. C, Bone, Arme'ta, I.nkonl.lll. U. M. 1 ,;:*0 oblong of thick '.- /I BEINGAaAPS
i in 1'I'rtl..1I (I of I'lini'tcr' IsllNI, I'''"[ler,, iiln: M 1. Wanner. Margaret K v crinkly paper .:t) OF PAPFR-
1 m of 1"I..rldll.t.' of 11ii7.: known limy and M. J:. hoHnuvr.. ;I 1.7 while he leaned xtf \ *fn 1I .**..t*"cM //\ TJT ... ... ,. 'TNEVAREle

. tin-" MI'III'IIl"I'. lhi fiilliiwlnicl ; I'lilcmi mild CertlllcnroK shrill he "' .,( over the sheet of \ j su'-fcrf'let. ,-*# iT I l rllii'd I.mil" In Oki'i'i ImhiM' County, ,doomed '"carding tu low, prntiertv de. ; A VULCANr1Cl7
riinlilii., will li<> uflVri'd. fur sale nt erlhed therein shill! he noli. ) In Ihp wrlting-PuPer ,, 1_ ,- FIIWtt 8>'
1'111,110"I.'r\ fur I the hlirlii'Ht and, hint lillihe Milder at the, Coiirthouiio door "A twenty-five Your Money into War Bonds n w aspltnne a COM, 91N15
  • riiHlpi't I nf HIP III"'rlloIII1N..vl'lIl\ nt March, I'.U.'I.: nhlcb I I. the tat day of Mom turned and looked at It over today will bring you back $4 for {3 I?: "' PAPeR PIAPSNM1L
    I I'iud t.. "H'lu'i iin\ nml nil tilde, ot March. 1U1.1. Pop's shoulder with the frying-pan at maturity. So start saving for .Qf"'
    the Court llounc, nt 10 A, M. on the tinted thin 2*>lh duof ,I II IIlIlIrI', | in her hand. those domestic needs when you will IINIIILANP ; .. -
    lllli I "liiul Maui Kill: Kuxi'liifiil: I I'M'! ) I -
    ii"i' mud" "right ...r way a HI feet wlilo ROY n. KACLEnSON, i "Listen what he says 'How are be permitted to buy them. Join the (!q "j- --
    will ti> nwr\t'd fruiu liny ||>arrt'l Clerk of Circuit Court you doing kid? Hurry and grow up Payroll Savings Plan at your office

    'ihniiiph which ihi'iv U '1111 ixlxlluic"I $ Okeeehnhee' County. Klorldn. so you can help me slap the Japs. I or factory and let's all "Top that -
    ,"ili> Itonil. Clri'iilt Court W'n0NOTIeE ) Aren't rI
    most big enough to get
    Lull II nod, 7, lllk 4. HIIIM'N Hull you I Ten Percent"U
    illvUInn at Nw'ta of SK'; ...fH'i:' -- --- into the Army? Here's somethingfor S 'teeaery Otta'lminl
    xii', IB, Twp.iy: II. UK 11 K: you in your name. Let's the .
    Litti1 In M Ilir.. mill, 111 ti> I.I OF APPLICATIONFOR whole family gang up and help to --- -. --- -- - - -
    I ill", Hlk 1,, mill l.uli 1 In W 'lin TAX HEED win this war.' "
    1.lIwo or 1039.Notlee
    lllk if. r.lluilui', iihiwlitilici' 1'iirk I
    ii MiihdlvlHluii nf XWI. ...rc1'1! : |I. hereinultcn that I'"rtlo'rlllh" Pop and Mom were silent. But
    ..f MiU; Nee 17. TMI. aV. lli M. K \\ holder of Tux iVrtltleatex.No small Joe didn't notice that. He
    Lulu Ih nod 1 Hi, lllk V \\ rlitlit :i.ri4 und :\ ,3. l-.neil the 2nd dur, was full of his letter and his War
    ,v limn SiiliillvlHliiii n( i' \\'h "rK' of Antinit. A. H. lli''HTnx; ] CertlflrnfeH.Nil Bond.
    '* :'\. ..f :MS' '4, SIMID.. '1'7:\ : IMIS. ,I' ISIKI. I'IIHI: run\ mid Ililil "Gee, Pop in six I could
    Iii. :H.1 11.I'IWII'I.tI.:1I. Inroad, ) the .Vh du>' of Septelller" A. |lKIJ7 years
    I : OK TUB: INTKHXM.: ; Tux Certltlnite Xn liNB: landed get into the Army couldn't I, Pop"Gee
    IMI'UoVKMKXT: KI'.M". :' ..t' Tilt: the 2nd dnof .rune,,, A. Ii I'l'l't' : ,mid, ) Pop I want to be a soldier
    8TAIIJ OK Kr.nillDA. Tnx (','rlltlc'lIlI'u: 711.1: : Imnii-il the I like brother and fight in this war
    It)' ROY It. IIArtKItxilN.Unit: 7th diiv of August. A. M Inh": : Gee isn't that bond nifty Look, It
    Trumpet, I. I food, "k"'"'i,'liuhci' Hied mine III liltiff, ..,, '. him" niude uppllentlon wan issued in Honolulu. It's mine"But
    County, Florida.O1IE for a Tnx "heed to he iMHiiedIllereon
    -+ Slid! Cerllllenlen ,ellllirnie the Pop was looking at Mom and r ,
    following deicrlbeil) property In theCounty Mom was looking at Pop. There I I
    >: ; OK AI'I'I.H'\TIOS FUR I uf Okeecbobee State of Flor. were tears in Mom's eyes. She
    TAX: DEED Idn\ to.nit : shook her head sharply Pop i 1 co
    Lawn of 1UJ5Nullee I Loin 2 to 11 Inc" Ill k. 4, WrlKhfK tl
    :' I II horeh.t ghi'li that, Alma I-'lr.1 Addition.lot ) reached out and patted her hand "v. I

    (Irumi, holder uf Tax Cerlllli'iite I 2: to tl Ine. ,, lllk. P. VVrlvhl gently.
    Nil 1IM, Issued I II..' 511) llil)' uf Senleather I I Second Addition "Well can't let our soldier bob '
    ' A 11, IU i:7: him IIU'il' minie in Lot U, VVrlfhl Third Addition, beat us to buying War Bonds, can i NW t aR
    my nffleet; lint uinde, iiiplleiilli' fur The 11.-011I"111. of mild\ properly we, old lady'? was all he said. h r ''J'a
    .i I'nx Lord In he Issued lllerenii' Silldivnlllrnle under xuld CeriinrntoM lnMiiedere In '
    She shook her head "I Fk
    einlirueet Ihe rulloulnif. id'irlbed HIP minion nf CiirlU K:. Wrlulit : Han again y 4Ar
    , property In the ('amity ufOkrvrliiibue mi I'liolpx. : I K: II. \Vrlitlit ;: II. \\'. guess If he can give up his job and
    Kluli tit. Fli'rtdn. tunII.livt : I llulHi'V, : Mrs 1' rpmin' ,and,,,,I IliiothKUherlen and go oil to war I can do some
    lot 5 IUM lund owned. I'VMm I fighting back at home" she saidin
    iileu ItiiulerMin mid ,J, A. rnli'Ull mild' fart tarsus flltlll ,he redeetiipd I
    Small Joe looked
    a voice.
    Uniightrv Sei" Jl. T\\ |I' ::17. Hu1': I neoordlng tn law property de'rlhp,1 queer
    :.i. euiititliiluir !I3 ueri'H,, ,, therein thflll he cold to the up at her In surprise. She'eaw him
    DM'. itHm NHinenl ul sold. |iroieriy|' highest bidder. ut the ConrthoUie door looking at her and spoke sharply.
    under nuld I'ertlllmle wta, In tb" mime I on the first Mnndny In the month of I "Well Joe. We're about ready to _
    "I Aumln \ llleeuu.i Miireli, VIII.:! whlih In the lot dnv\ of eat. Say "
    i ,'., 11 id Cortlilcnti iliall he redeemed I M.ireh. 1llil.llnted \ : \ grace. ,
    nepoTiltntf to law property .!.. \ this 2Nth liny of .luminry. 111 ::1. Small Joe folded his hands and : T
    n'rll.i-il tlierelu .hall he mill Id the high I ROY It. KAl'LEUSOX: /, I, bent his head as he had been tAught : A. ..
    ' -.1 I Milder nt the C'utirtliiiuie dour vu I, Clerk I Circuit Court ofOkei'chohee I "Oh Lord, we thank thee for this
    'In: flrnt Monday In the,: month; of i County, } food and all thy bountiful gifts ." ; wj ; y5
    Miinli, I'tCI. whlili U tinIHI day ul H In nil I onll 1'1"1111 i "Amen" Pop said. -
    March 11)13.n.ilnl
    'lorldll'l "
    "Amen Mom said. "Now eat
    llilH ''Mh diy 'if Jiiniitir.lull, : "
    t tint l It. 'K.U'l riiSDNrierk ; your good sausages 1x.4
    rircult Court nfOkeerhuuce AntJv Gm"p : Story( from an actual report In

    County, Florida I I the files of the Treasury Depart
    II'h!i lilt I'uiirt Scull, StQ ment.)
    ---- ---- ---
    o e
    OI1IH tOil l.tllJ.lC\rtO i I
    HILL ION IIMIIII4' :. Amen: Say lee. Take your change
    Hue Pauline Dimkla. ('i>iiidiilntiiii|, I In War Stamp. The least you can Women in Another New Job

    t 1. OHM do Is the most you can buy in War
    Cuudor Uwen lluakln, f.r"'Jllunf. I I Bonds.
    'I'u I'uudiir Owen H".klll.o..rf"lk u S. Trcsiu,3 Oaf,'leech ibid service on Seaboard Railway trains U another war-born Innovation Shown here, left) Mn.K. ,

    Nuvul Ilimpltiil\ I'lirlKUiulilh. Vu --------.-- S N. C. reeelTN aid from Maid Eliza N
    It upiieiirliiK, l I.y hwuru lilll of ruinplulnt a Varnadoe Charlotte pacifying : Robinson; while (rigbsl

    , Illed In this nuiHp lull I the iifeiidnut. > I vise Dorothy Fripp, Tampa, Fit., hs her baggage "toted" by Maid Rowena 7. Ba.Uey.
    L'undur Uueii UiiHkln, In u To relieve COLDS
    n-iildeiit' of the Nliilr of Klurlilu lint
    him barn nlmiMit from Mflld Sliile fur Misery of ,

    uinro Ibini sixty diiyH prlur In ,Ulliix .. ._
    ----------- . ,, '
    Hill ef (tiiilitlnt), In this cinmi' und a UQCID - -45; w
    I Unit ill(, hint know l.d're.1l'a.' Norfolk :
    Nuvul Ilimiiltul. I'urtmuuiitli.' \11. TABLETS
    und that, auld deleiidiint nun out In 6 6 6
    the nruied furcei iif tile fulled Mulm .-.-,
    of Anicrliu ; It In thereture orileredI DROP 8COI01I
    hut I the mild. L'uudur Owen llutklu lie
    ,I'd,' lie In Iu", n''Iy nrdereil tu uiieiir|'| "OH MIN! Wt'rt going to buy DROPS THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
    'ii,, the Kill nf I'tiuipliilnt>\ clod In sill, more War Bonds Like ,
    everyoneelse Wonderful
    Try "Hub-My-Tlum"
    I luuse un or before tin Im day ufMinh I
    A. II 1913! : nIhl'rwlue Ib,' ails we're going to 'top that 10% Liniment f

    Kiillouii In mid, eante will he tukeu /' t
    'IN 'ullf.d, by' Iliid drr.'ralnuL I ,
    It l I. further urdered tliut tliU order\ _rNfka4''' '
    l I.. liullllnlled. mum H Mfi'k fur fnliriiiUHeilltlve ,
    lfkl In Illr IlkeerlluheL'.
    \I ea. U lle e spa| lu'r| IMlllllHllulI> III Okedlliidiee
    , Klurldu. I I Iluiiid

    lilt :UMb: dn>' ..I Jiiiiuur, ,
    IWIt.. llAri.I.ltMIN; ( : ,
    Clark Circuit' (
    11>' Muphrulilu. I'viiMtf, i>.
    ,i' 'In nit Cuurt $Nt'iil C'I
    --- -- -

    OlillKIt KK I'l 111.1, (' \ I'IOX. I

    Khlru It.: I', Xllniiiu MinoiiD Hill ,fur,.lii.fen.Mlil.In l'oUll'llIlnulil.u. l>lturer.. 1 I 7 II I I I I II II II Ii Ii

    'I II. I'. Klniiiim. U.JO: Cl.iili'" It.. I'ltti .
    burgh, I'u. I I
    Ii ii|'|>viirlnv l>) ii nwnrii hill\ uf <.i unI'lnlnt .
    Illed In Ills 1'iiiiiiu lluil, I lie diIHIllHIll i
    It. I'. MlllullH, In U IVHllluUI'I '
    u Mutt other thou tile Mni, nfKlurlilu Have them recapped by Humphries at I wu ? 't a l 3
    und Is I u rmlilml nf B.HI: I'ljde
    -I rillKliiiruti I'u. Ill shore (hi' age I
    ill iwi'tity nne >','ors und not In the Fort Pierce in one of the South's finest plants
    iruud foro"rs uf the lulled: 81 air' ; I Ii( In therefore. unlereij Mint
    Hie mild null.rml.lelit. dcfi-nduiit K I I'. : -nine years experience-finest workmanship -
    iinuiia' be mid bu U hereby" leinilridin I I
    , upieur| tu the Hill nt ('IIIDI|>!lulnt best of
    ,Idol, lu gild reuse oil or h/.iure lllo materials-and a reputationfor
    (trot\ duy uf Mir<'b A, U, 1IU.I: iitberui I I
    10" lu. allegiiiluiiii III mild, CUIIMwill dealing. You drive
    square can
    I.uiken ". luiileiited liy milil de I over I I
    I i.mlunt.,
    H' Ix further urdered shut lhl. ..rIt'I'1 I I wait-Ship them to us via truck line or have
    1 b"
    imlillHlied uiiei* a week fur taut
    consecutive week I In Lila ukouc'hnliee'; 1!'I i

    '"'onninml.',\,\ .. II flew stilt spuprr'| 1'lIto,101.,1| III ,11"! ,,II, your local service station send them to us. I

    Hated.. tbU intli: day uf Junuury, ,
    H 1IHJ. ItoII.. ItAl'I.KKSOVClerk : A'j, We do work for the Army, Navy, State Road /;..

    liy Hiipliroiiln. I'lruult IVuiie, (l II nun I'. I Department and many large fleet owners.
    i II'lu' nil uurt rli'ull I "I tellin' brother Fred this each
    __ was just my against other, arguing about an issue

    .NOTKK: Ti) ( Kl.lMTOKtIIM.I : j Our work is guaranteed to give satisfactionand morning, Judge..there's never been a time like that. We've got a he-man's job on our

    ( ; 1"0"1.. Her>. JIll I'lll,) I in our live when we got to live up to that hands to win this war and we can't be
    I I'1'HE: 1"H'lI'r OK 'I IIE; mi A rv
    M lii.K OKKKI'IHIIIKK; : t'IWtoo'l'\! we can usually give 24-hour service. old savin' United we land, divided we fal)' wasting oar! minds, our money and our

    KI.UU11M.. rv I.N: I'UIIIIATBlii K.IUIB of more than we have to today" strength fighting about something we
    It. I.. Brewer I''u"dTn "How true that is. Herb. And for the tried for nearly 14 years and found couldn't

    All Credltur. and I'I rnuns llurlnif life of me, I can't figure out why, at a time work.

    I'liilum t'ul.: : nr lieiiiniidii A
    , \.11 mid coils uf yon un bi>rebynutllled tion like prohibition I can't imagine anything everything, and this is no time or place to
    rmiulred tu (iriwnt uneluluu )
    and deuiund wblrb, you or that would tickle our enemies more be doing any fightin' except the kind that's ,

    either uf yon, may have nuulnat the i Phone 139 FORT PIERCE, FLA. than to get us folks over here taking sHes going to win the war" .
    palate of It. L. Brewer dweu eil, lulu I
    or lull wanly t.. the Ciinnly Judge II ,
    of Ukeeebnhev aunty r'lurldii. nt bin I
    otter In the court b""M" of laid .
    i'utiuty -- -- "
    C..rfrr_.tf 4fraMr (rnr.PAGE ." lae.rlrpu.lar.: .




    FEBRUARY 5, 1943
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    Dopey Doin's I THIS WEEK

    .'i. ',,., I. HEKLY-nOLITTLE Purple and Gold News"FOR Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee

    I honestly believe that the whole

    school Is asleep-that Is almost all A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL"

    of It One person who Isn't Is Bertie .
    Friday & Saturday
    Mae. She got a permanent to hold
    Leroy Carter's attention. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1943
    Margaret Upthegrove Is makinga RUSSELL HAYDEN
    play for Tiny Watford. A little Senior Chapel : THETA BETA CLUB NEWS Student Council I I STAFF
    over your head, isn't he? -
    i Editor in Chief...........Molly Bowden In"TORNADO
    It's not Lucille that Johnny likes, January 26, 1943, the Theta Beta |I Assistant Editor......Sllvanus Harden IN THESADDLE"
    , now. at all, but Doris Cheshire, ProgramThe I Club met at the home of Maron MeetsOur ', Business Manager .... Eva Nelle Hall
    my, my, how the young man does Martin. He and Sllvanus Hardin 1 I Sports Reporter..Weldon Draughon

    get around. I were joint hosts, There was a I Class Reporter .. .. .. June Cheshire Bob Wills
    and hN Texas
    Has Frances, short business meeting. We dis- first meeting of the student Club Reporter Estelle Sanderfur Playboy
    gone back to her Seniors had a very Interest- ,I I
    old flame "Fats" cussed the production of our play council began with Mr. Williams Social P. Green-
    Fulford? I thoughtIt Ing chapel program last Friday Reporters: Harry On the Rmnv I'n>crum _
    We too decided to order a music acting as chairman. He gave a I Ii
    was "Cooner", and nobody eke I morning. Some real talent was berger, Phylis Cl1 on,
    I box for the Recreation Hall. The very interesting talk on what student I
    for her. Miscellaneous Reporters and TypIsts -
    found among the Seniors. First i John OARFTELD
    tell I I I meeting was then adjourned. All government is and its duties. : Sweatt Bertha'Mercer
    They me that Esther spent a Joe Howell rendered a violin solo, Katheryn j
    went outside where several outdoorI Mr Williams made the suggestion I I j Raymond MASSEY
    whole week In bed. mooning over and was accompanied by Sarah Pert lee Hunt, Jack Coker, "
    Sailor Q L. Sweatt but when he I Howell at the piano. There's no i I I games were played. Then to addI that the time for the student Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie Nancy COLEMAN

    came home she was fit as a fiddle doubt that some day Joe will be I l I to the fun, each one had to imitate council to meet be the second per- Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda la

    and rarin' to go. It sure must be known for his violin playing.A I some beast or foul before they iod because Miss Bailey is avail- Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel- I.

    nice to have service men come skit entitled "A Mock Exam- >could have their refreshments able that period and that Miss da Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor- "DANGEROUSLYTHEY
    home. Too you know they can Ination" was given by a few Sen- I I I The next meeting will be held at Bailey would be a good faculty ad- rie Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marlon I '
    the school house at 8:00 o'clockFebruary viser. Weldon Draughon made the LIVE"
    drive a car to go visiting. lors. The professor was Sllvanus. I I : 1 Martin, I
    Betty Hough relieved 8th.From. motion that Miss Bailey be our ....
    was to find and the students were about the ; Also
    that Fred King didn't have the I I dumbest bunch of nitwits ever to V faculty adviser and that we meet BIG
    1 the second 3 STOOGE (OMEDY: NewsSunday
    Our ,
    mumps after all. We wonder why. i I be found, they were: Tiny, Phylis, period. president A DATEDon't
    Where II I Tiny Watford, seconded the motion -
    Louise Woodall Is ,
    getting prac- I I J. T., "Skeeter", Kathryn and I e e
    tice winking. It's funny that she's |I Maron. Of course, the professorwas .
    always looking at Dalton Tyner quite a numb-skull, and asked II I I i Mr. Williams discussed some very &
    when she does It. Couldn't be she I the dumbest of questions. The girls StandBy important committees that the forget March 4, MondayJOHN

    is flirting could It? all passed with flyng colors, while 'I student government should appoint. 1943. Mark it in red on I

    It's convenient for Juanita now the boys all failed. Finally, when 'I I These committees are: your calendar, because on WAYNE
    that Jack Duke has started taking i I the boys suggested that they all ; A Future Farmer 1. Tribunal Committee-Has the John Carroll Anna Lee
    Junior English Jaunlta just can't 1 I go to the drug store to get ice 'i Last week I wrote an article on responsibilities of trying persons that date the Theta Beta

    seem to make up her mind. Friday cream soda, he professor gave the 'I I cooperation In several different who do wrong (trials, etc.). Club will present a play, ID"FLYING

    night Juanita was at the show with boys hundreds In their grade, and I II I I phases of the war. One was farmIng 2. Chapel Committee-One that entitled "Treasure Farm."

    Gene, and Tiny was on her left. 1 I they all went to the drug store.A which was answered by mem- plans the schedule for chapel programs TIGERS"also
    Maybe that was the best he could piano solo was rendered by ,'bers of the F. F. A. club. Friday Creating an Interest in It's really good, and youcan't I

    do. However. Tiny has been seen Maron Martin. A letter was read I and Saturday about 15 members chapel). afford to miss it, if

    quite a bit with the other twin By- by Jack Duke which gave a few I helped Mr. S. J. Davis harvest a 3. Social Committee-Plans so- you have to walk a mile. "Daffy Ducaroos"Cartoonplus

    theway, Tiny, we don't think she's thinkings of the Moron. I've been ; crop of sweet potatoes. cials, seeing that we get Into ath- I
    __ __ _
    This week I am going to tell a letic contests etc.
    half bad.There's. asked to warn Jack that a few I ,
    no doubt In my mind people think that he Is a moron I little about what we are getting by 4. Sanitation and Beautification. ;MRS. FRANK STORMAN ,

    that Vernon Wright Is wrong If he for reading such a letter In chapel. i i I this cooperation To see that the school Is kept BURIED AT FORT DRUM: Late NewsComing
    thinks he can win Betty Joe from The Seniors really showed their I The constitution was written to cleaner and more sanitary and to

    her other boyfriend. talent in a male quartette, madeup I help the people of this country but have the looks of the yard, build- YESTERDAY AFTERNOON e e e

    Sylvia Snell dated her cousin, of L. P. Clyde, Silvanus, J, T., if we don't win this war we will iiigfl etc., Improved. ,
    Lavina's boy friend last week. He and Tiny with Maron accompanying not have a country to fight for. 8, School Improvement Commit- Mrs. Frank Storman, who died Attractions

    was visiting with Jerry here from them at the piano. They sang We have freedom no other country Improvements that are to be at her home In Fort Pierce yester-I
    Clewlston. I guess It's O. K. as longas "On the Jerlco Road", and as an has. In fact that is what this made for the betterment of the day morning at five '

    it's in the family encore they sang, "Down That county was founded for. school such as: (tat Physical education burled at the Fort Drum cemetery i "Belli of CaplstUno") -Gene Autry

    What I'm vdondertng is why Lonesome Road." We feel sure that I I We have freedom of speech and director-To see that Okee- yesterday afternoon at four o'clock. I

    June wasn't with Jerry Saturday this won't be the last you hear of I press. That Is. we can say or print chobee school has one;
    night. Of course, Jerry wasn't do- the Senior Quintette. 'anything' so long as you can prove training Instructor-We need one was a former resident of this ,
    ing bad when he escorted Eva A poem was read by Tiny, and it. Or you can print your Ideas, to teach Industrial arts and courses county The funeral service was "Desperate Journey"-Errol Flynn

    Nelle to Recreation Hall. this was followed by some hill billy I but no slander please. Of course, of that type; (CI> Band instructorSee in charge of Rev. Harwell of the
    Betty was certainly happy this music rendered by Gilbert and J, during war times some of this is that we have a band direct Primitive Baptist! Church. t \'oya&u"-8elte Davis

    week end. But who wouldn't be T., and a comedian act given by ,,, limited to protect it in the future. or.
    when the one and only comes Silvanus Harden, which was quite I. Freedom of religion. One of the 1 As today, January 26th, was the -- -- --

    home. Bytheway, maybe you all entertaining. It Is assumed by a greatest things to be thankful for. first meeting of the Okeechobee

    didn't know that Leslie was home ',, number of people that Silvanus Freedom of the right to work, be- High School Student Government
    last week-end. Of course, he and' might make a professional corned-j long to unions, and strike. What Mr Williams, the school principal.

    Betty had a lot to do, so we didn'tsee Ian. You. of course, realize that'other country has all this freedom? presided over the meeting In orderto

    much of them. people get paid good money for This is Just three of the main free- organize the student government
    Jack Coker doesn't go on watch acting silly. I doms we have But some people and to give its members an idea ,' tzi+l4a

    now from 6 to 8 on Saturday Oh, this gabbing is just to con- I I don't think or worry about it until of the duties and what student !
    nights, but he goes on from 4 to gratulate the Seniors on the chap- lit Is too late. government really stands for.
    6. That's Skeeter'i watch, and shesays The meeting lasted 15 minutes
    el and to hope that it I
    . -. ,l program This is Indeed a great.cCuntri:
    she Just cant make hlnTleave and closed by the ringing of
    will encourage others to }ave bet- we have. It seems that a few peo- was
    when he brings candy bars with ter chapel \ the bell for the third period.
    i I pie are carrying freedom of rell-
    Jack knows the way to a .
    him -
    ---- -
    V gion too far A few people shouldI
    girl's heart. But just wait until PARROT SCOUTS
    have the common decency to salute
    Olen hears about this. Jack, he'sa
    the flag for giving them the rightof
    lot the larger. The Parrots held their regular
    their religion. But yet there
    There's no doubt you know that monthly meeting Tuesday aftei ''r 4
    Mrs. Bartlett and Mrs. McCranie are few who do not. But they had
    Russell left Sunday for the Air After formal opening bus-
    presented the Elementary Music noon. a
    better be careful where they are
    With him goes our best I I iness dL'Cussed. A party will
    II Corps. pupils In a musical recital Friday when they don't salute the flag wa >
    wishes. and we're sure that he'llmake night, and a good crowd attended :; when the proper time arrives. be held Thursday night at the Re-
    our Air Corps one of the best this performance. regardless of the creation Hall. The Parrots will Invite -
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    of pilots. Too Russell well assure fact that they had to walk. I'm You, as Americans, Just remem- a number of their friends to
    Martha'll be waiting for ter what the great men went social with them.
    you that sure that every person who attended enjoy this
    you when you come home, "So It felt that It was well worth through before they could write Miss Finger made a thorough

    Keep 'em Fljing"Ovelda's their effort and time, as it was ( the constitution of freedom. Think check on all scouting progress, and
    certainly seems to stay very good. about this before It is too late, reports that we have seven second

    busy now-a-days. we think maybe This Friday the Senior High and we have no freedom left as class scouts and three more who

    It's Frank Kelly. School will be presented In a recital in dominated Europe. Don't let the are not far behind. Too. there are

    It looks like Betty McLaughlin and we can doubly assure you of name of freedom die. three second class scouts who are

    Is coming between Joe and Molly. good entertainment. Don't miss a "We, the people of the United threatening first class scout rank. up "
    Too, could Simeon be the reason treat of your life. States, In order to form a more Next Tuesday pictures will be .. :.rs come first these days, Dcd!

    Zelda is not wearing a diamondany v I| perfect union, establish justice, Inv made of the Parrot troop to be

    more. Remember. Zelda, to BETTER CHAPEL PROGRAMS: i| sure domestic tranquility, provide twned In for the scrap book.

    keep up the morale of the Marines. i for the common defense promotethe Those present were: Polly Gay, "?'es Mary, w certainly can afford
    We've been thinking all the time By a Seventh Grader general welfare, and secure the Mary Alberta, Jo Ann, Susan,

    that It was Ada Jane for Haynes, When It comes to chapel pro- blessings of liberty to ourselves and Carol, Mary, arbara, Nancy, Wan- to wait a few minutes for our train.

    but the other night he went to see grams we believe the Seventh our posterity, do ordain and establish da, Ernestine and Miss Finger
    The Seaboard trains and
    Ja Ann. Look out Ada Jane, your Grade has all the classes beat. f this constitution for the Unit ---v-- .-- gives troop

    best friend might beat your time. We think the other grades oughtto ed States of America." This is the TENNIS | war supplies the right of way. And

    It's real news when one of our put more time and thought In- preamble of the constitution of "
    teachers takes off a week-end and to their programs, thus chapel freedom.We. The Interest in tennis certainlyseems good reason, too. 0(

    gets married. We're proud of MissBailey's would not be the bore it has been as Americans should feel the to be growing, You almost
    accomplishments, and she have to fight to get a court Of "Thats all with We
    : right
    In the past, and we would not same now as the men did when us. can
    Is now Mrs. DeFoor. Maybe she dread going half so badly. they were writing this. Read this course, a good player hardly wants wait soldiers "
    could tell some of our other teachers to play doubles with a person who can't.
    Also, why doesn't the paper printan over and see what it means to us.
    how she did It. account of each program? We'd Just think what it would be without hardly- recognizes a racket when
    We thought that Bill Hendry all be interested In reading It, If this, and with some other he sees one, but he finally givesin
    and Mule Elledge didn't like the it was worth printing. country's law and often he Is surprised to find
    women, but you know In the show that the person Is a prospective SEABOARD RAILWAY
    sitting ------- ----- -----
    were --- ---- -- -
    they tennis
    the other night runnerup for winners.
    with the very attractive Frances >: Come on out folks, and let's havea f WORKS
    Knight, but after all. who wouldn'tgo THE TIMID SOUL By Webster real tennis tournament.V FOR

    see her? ,
    And we've been tanking that I ILL SOMCO ADVICE TO TilE LOVELORN i3W VICTORY .. "
    NINK ToBAC .e
    Molly Eowden would !get marriedsoon GO OO -.I / 7F1NKALL -
    but of late we haven't heardmuch P 'c w.1 fM'A AVAeANTeuv A New By Auntie Trlplerhlns

    about this husband to be. :I nNo SvAie6rovVN6 0o :: I' Dear Auntie: Could I caress a

    Come on, Molly, don't let the army J t SRlastl0't. wY Bo.u ,t,1 i nice old sailor with a wooden leg?
    I ...
    down. Ima Spooner. ,-,,; .- ---- :::>

    Phylis and Connie certainly like | I S ..--- -=---...".,..-.-,- 'I
    each other's company, In fact you Dear Spoony: No Use your
    can hardly see one without the I arms I II NOTICETo

    other. i I -
    Who Is Joe Wolff Interested In j I !4 A I I Dear Auntie: She's a honey and

    now? Porky, too, seems to be without i 'I would like to date her, but she Landowners in Everglades Drainage District :

    girlfriend.I I says she doesn't dance, play cards,
    a I
    The Everglades which became law June 3, 1941, containsthe
    can't seem to say much more I go to the movies, smoke, drink or following provision
    I. Reely have so much to I MFAu WYR ewOAMT pet What do she
    now, as IMWk ? WAS you suppose
    ApW/eiWef A4e'ilk SECTION 15 'H> This section shall remain in full force and
    / I CAM! OOwN i.. does for time?
    WR a good
    do. eAo
    rowN m 6. '" --- AOl OYN? jO YOY WONT eflect for two 121 nears from the date this Act shall become a
    RememberGet I pN, i kN WAR ,.*v1 rb swA' 16 uoNRANI i i 1 Sgt. Orump law and at the expiration of such (2) years period then the fee
    the rubber, 6uu S ll TiMe va, +T 1W .
    In ( t simple title to all lands against which there remains outstandingany
    metal and scrap. I I| Dear Sgt. Crump: Tells flbst such tax sale certificates or tax liens, shall become absolutely
    That'll help sock Hitler, euveOAS vested in the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
    and slap a J P' I ,"" tYeI i Q t 1 Dear Auntie: When I was on District and every right title or Interest of every nature or kind
    -v. __ ( IOA ; leave I visited a museum where I whatsoever of the former owner of said property, or any one
    wAR { claiming by. through' or under him or any one holding any lien
    Arc you entitled la wear a 4 ,iI wRI saw a statue of a woman with one
    thereon shall terminate and be
    cease, at
    BouDs an end. and the Boardof
    "&are'" lapel button Y*. dwO3 i hand eleven Inches long How
    .yJ 1 1 Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District shall be auth-
    art U you are Investing at JrMI come? orized and empowered to sell the said lands as provided by law.
    t lead tea percent of your Income Pvt Art Tistic.
    In War Bond every payday I S e e This notice Is published for your protection.

    It'* your badge of pa. I Dear Pvt. Art TUtlc: Another EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTFRID.IT

    Irloll m. Inch and It would have been a foot.

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