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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
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News' Of Our BoysIn C. Ii. TODAY HUNT WILL FOR HUNTING LEAVE:' Comptroller Lee Here; Grants i Candidate For Congress 66th AnniversaryOf


Various Camps Till I1- IN;- [(XXES01'I' .\ Charter For New OkeechobeeBank i Mr. and Mrs.

I' E. 11 Hunt will leave today fOI

At nom & AbroadMr I C.Fort P. Pierce Arant of where Miami he, and will they Join will Dr..' Which Will Open Nov. 1stState : Peter Raulerson b

go to Atlanta, Ga., where they will -
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and Mrs John 'hamllei. have be joined by Dr. Taylor for a ten-. Comptroller J. M Lee, of ; I Mr. and Mrs. Peter Raulerson,
reeciVed a letter from their son day hunting trip in Minnesota. Tallahassee Senator N Ray Carroll j I bank to the people of this town was known to all the early settlers of

Glenn in which h<> saga that lu has They will hunt pheasants on the of Klsniirimee C. II. McNulty: of ,J thirty seven miles and with trans- 4a Okeechobee as Uncle Peter and Aunt

arrived safely somewhere in North private hunting grounds of Dr. Tay. :Melbourne and Rep W. J. Hendry I portatlon problems what they are Anna celebrated their 66th wedding

Africa and Is !getting along ". K. for until November 3 when they will met with a group of local business | it created too great a problem for' anniversary Sunday afternoon, Oc.

Glenn say'*< he likes it fine I leave for the return trip hoi e. In nit Tuesday\ morning of this week ;, the people here and therefore he tober 17 at their home on Parrot

999 discussing the trip Mr. Hunt laid looking to the granting of it charter; would make an exception and granta Avenue A large number of their
Mr. and :Mr*. Henry llanxol of that hi hud never hunted pheasants for a new bank for Okeechobee. Attar charter for the new bank here a friends and relatives were present

Blufield have received a letter from and h<< expected to haVe some real" going into the financial condition This la the first bank charter hi B and greatly enjoyed the occasion
their daughter, Edna in which she of the length has granted since Pearl Harbor
sport county at some with them Among the Invited guests
says she hat been transferred from ," In dlscssing the new bank, Mr,
- -- :and! discussing the need for a local there were a goodly number of professional
Memphis, Tenn., to Norman Oklahoma McNulty and Senator Carroll stated
I hunk Comptrollei Lee told the singers who selected songs
for the remainder of her Greatest Show On group that he would grant the char. that they expected to have the bank i and took turns In leading the music

training a. Aviation Mechanic in ter. teddy to open for business by November while all who would joined In the

the WAVES. I Earth At MiamiWith i : The. new bank will be known as 1st and that they were making singing. For more than two hours
.
effort to be ready for
the "Okeechobee County Bank" and every all present enjoyed the music. Then
:Milton Rhoden left last Friday to I business on that date. They have
will have of 25.000.00
,
I a paid up capital two or three favorite.numbers were
return to Stewart Ga., after rented the old Bank building
Camp ROIh..rtul'I"' and Mrs and $6,500.00 surplus. At the Peoples sung by request of the honored
spending ten duya here with his from Nathan ZulmcnovitZ and. L. L. (LENNIE STUCKET
fhmleRiniflinK. owners, in hnrne" parent, Mr. and :Mri. John Rhoden running In person the RinglingiBros names of the officers as they have will open up there. Pahoket Oe ID L I. I.-nniei, ments were served by Mrs. E. M. :Me-

and family. This was Milton'i first aud Barnum & Bailey Circus, not yet been elected, but the owners Okeechobee County has long needed Stuckey prominent serve and Mrs. II. H. Raulerson. Before .
furlough since he entered the army which will exhibit In :Miami 23rd will have an experienced banker a bunk but due to many circumstances er and business. Everglade farrr- leaving for home each guest
man for 33
years,
and he told Okeechobee News
the !St. and Rth Ave., N W., Monday here at the head of the Institution. we have been forced to do announced today from took turns In congratulating Mr.
the day he left that his time here Tuesday and Wednesday Nov 1. 2 Comptroller Lee stated to theNews without one until now and with the he will be candidate his home herethat and Mrs. Raulersn on their long and
a for congress
passed entirely. too. .fa-t. I and :3, the cooperation they initiated! after the meeting that in advent of these experienced bankers I In the newly created Sixth: well spent lives and wished for them

with the tJ. S. Treasury Departmentand granting the charter for the new in charge the new Lank may he expected District In making his many more happy wedding anniver
Fred Boromel wrltea his family announce
the OPT last winter Is clicking bank he wan in no way waving his to go ahead from the first Mr. san e,.
that he li itlll in the waters around ment Stuckey stated that "nat.
daily. policy of not granting new bank Mr. McNulty and Senator Carrollnow Mr. and Mrs. Raulerson are out.
urally, our first aim at Is
North Africa with the United States present
New York and Boston charters but with all the fart he operate the First National Bank'of standing citizens of this part of
Following\ the to win the war. i
:Navy: and I la getting along fine. Fred
I night hnd he could Very well understand Kissimmee the Bank of New South Florida. They were successful
writes that he hopes to be able to engagements' opening Among other things advocated by
of War Bonds tin'. urgent! need for a bank inOkenhobee Sn-yrna Beach one at Melbourneand cattle people during the days of the
when only purchasers
visit hia grandparents in Northern the Pahokee man I is the Immediate
have beuuse the nearest one at Sanford I open range. They have the distinction .
admittted. the Ringlings
Italy sometime In the near future. were deepening of the Fort Myers and
set aside an honor section nt afternoon -- Stuart canal an well as the IIIIPI.ove-1 of being the first settlers of

Captain and :Mrs Churles L. Raul. : pnd night performances in oV- Buses Show Much MISS: KATHLEEN McCARTHY mint of inland waterways and perfection Okeechobee and count their friends
TEACH nOHII"ST.TE all who know them
WILL IN by
"rson of Camp Murphy announce pry stand for bond buyers, a procedure of operation of Everglades
I WOMEN'S COLLEGE Peter Raulerson was born I In Polk
with Treasury De-
the arrival of a new daughter which planned Drainage district. lie expressed him.
cut representatives in February In Service County Florida, September 1, 157
arrived last week partly Safety I self as being deeply concerned over
Hiss Kathl I'CarthY. daughterof and Louislanna Chandler born
a a a at the nairc time the Ringlinir the inefficient in which was
manner the
__ Mr nnd :Mrs D. B. McCaithy last In Polk County March 6, 1861. They
L. L. Conrad Jr., writes from the family arranged to meet nil\ the requirements nation's food problem Is being handled
Naval Training camp at Bainbrldge of the ODT. which then Seven Safety awards for intercity week resigned her position as teach. and suggested that more were united in marriage October 17,

Md., that he is getting along fine approved the 1911: railrond tour end local bus service were announe-, er of Home Economics in the Okeeihobee 1 men in congress might practical right 1887 near Basslnger. They are the

but that it la getting mighty cold subject of course to troop and war Id! tolah,. the National Assorla-|' High! School and left for the chaotic condition in which the parents of eight! children four sons
up there and especially for a Florida supply movements To date the Big lion of :Motor Bus Operator The Tnllahnxsne where she will tnu'h the agricultuial industry of the nation ond four daughters::Mattie, Louis M.,
Cracker He experts to get a !Show has moved on schedule, for the prize winners, classed bj number of name subject at the Florida State finds itself. Adeline, Ada, Melville, Harmon, and

Furlough sometime during the month Ringlings have extended the length buses operated and types of operation College for Woiren Miss McCmthv I When he first came to the Everglades : Cornelius. They have twenty-six
of November of engagements In almost all citiesin are as follows! I graduated from that college before I section l of Palm Beach grandchildren, forty-two II r e a t
Eastern Grevhojind] Lines .of N>w'' she to teach grandchildren, and. great
appointed inj
order off tile railway was aone great
vCIl'ltCIiES to stay
County in 10"Mr.. SlucUy .. _
"ooi.1She \' *ff' ther engaged ..I**' -n....... '
England: for Intercity operation of local grandchild..
Ic
OF CHRIST, lines as much as possible. Further In the commercial fishing business y
railroads the from 11 to HO buses In the Eastern taught two terms and was The following guests were present .
SCIENTIST"PROBATION to relieve the manalf'n' \ on Lake Okeechobee. Following col.
stands territory ginning her third here but when she I at the wedding anniversary eel.
made one-dav
nt ha many lapse of this Industry became Interested .
I II New Mexico Transportation Co., was called back to teach in the cot. pbration:
I into two-day .tRys.P..rforman. In growing green winter
1 Inc., Roswell N. :M., for intercity l 1..It" she graduated from she accepted Mr. and !Mrs. Ernest Spinks, Mr.
AFTER DEATH" j .. will be given at Vegetables and is now one of the
operation of from 11 to 50 buses In the promotion. and !Mrs Z. G. Gillett Ettle Cart-
of the Lesson-Sermon'' 2'15 and 8-K: P. M, with doors open \ largest producers In this section of
the subject
h all except Eastern territory. V right. Mrs. J. D. Fowler Mr. and
Churches of at 1 and 7. Florida. /
which will be read in i Crescent Stages of Annlston, Ala,. :MRS. C. B. PVFFEY UF.TUHNEO | Mrs. E. L. Zipperer and Mary Ann,
Christ, Scientist, throughout the ----V ---'- for intercity operation of more than FROM CLINIC COURSE Mr. Stuckey was born in Waycross, and John C. Russ, from Ft. Pierce.
world on Sunday, October 24 all ter. Ga January 18, 1891 ; moved to Butler Profes.
Fid buses In except Eastern j Mr. and< Mrs. Gene
The Golden Text tit "I have set RESOLUTIONi ritory AT GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY Florida with his parents at the age sot Reppard Cowart, and Professor
the Lord always before me: be. i )I of one and one-half years: received
:
Crescent !Motors, Inc., serving Anniston Mrs C. B Duffey; returned last Saunders from Pahokee.
<-aus
shall not be moved" Psalms( 16:8): Officers and Members for local transit service In cities of spent last week attending a tubcrculo Citrus and Marion counties Payne,. Ala.; Mrs, J. M. Carr from
Among the citation which comprise Okeechobee No. 128, 0. E. S. I married Isadora Bellamy .of Inverness Wilson
Chapter ions than 100,000 population -ls clinic held! there. Chattanooga Tenn.; Jesse
Is the fol. In 1912 He has two married
the Lesson-Sermon I C.REETINOS City; Service Transit Co., serving I This clinic was sponsored by the from Little Rock, Ark.; Jewell Arnold -
Bible "Now If daughters, Elizabeth and Vernetteand
lowing from the : Once more the grim tiessenger of Newark, N. J., for local transit envier Florida Tuberculosis Association and Raularson from Palmdale Fla.
Chrlat be preached that he rose Death has cast his unwelcome shad In cities of more than 100,000 those attending a short course four grandchildren.Mr. I Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Bibb, M. B.Raulerson. .
from the dead, how say some ow through the portals of our population I gave In locating and caring for patients.Delinquents Stuckey is a member of the Mr. and Mrs. M. Tomlin.

among you that there is no resur- Chanter, removing the name of Interstate Transportation Co., I V I I First Methodist cHurch of Pahokee,' son, Mr. and Mrs F. F. Burr, the
leetion of the dead? But now I. Brother William Raymond Page. "Bismarck N. P.. for either Intercity a :Mason Shriner. Elk and charter Reverend and Mrs. D. 0. Alderman,
Christ risen from the dead, and be- Must member and past president of the .
been
has Jack
Another bright light or local carriers operating not more I and Samuel; Mr. and Mrs.
tome the first fruit of them that dimmed and then gone out by the than ten buses Puhokee Rotary Club; a state director Collins Mr. and :Mrs V. E. Llghtsey,

slept" It I Cor. 15;Il. 20.) Constellation of our niembersmlp, Nesily one hundred of the coun To Boards of the Florida Farm Bureau Mr. and Mrs. E. J Wilson Mrs. John

The Lesson-Sermon also Includesthe only to rise once more and Rhine try's major bus lines competed In Report Federation; an active organizer of E. Whidden, Dan, Joan and Betty

following passage from the I, with renewed brilliance In the Celestial the contest Their buses traveled l almost I: the Florida Vegetable committee; a Jane; !Mrs G. Durrance, Mr. and t

"hrution Science Textbook, "Sci I Firmament of the Supreme (100 million miles and averaged I :, In a statement Issued today atl| former councilman and mayor of Mrs. Hamp Conerly, Mrs Annie Lee
ence and Health with key to the Grand above Selective Service Headquarters Pahokee, a former member of the and H. H. Hancock
Chapter 49.O.r 6 miles per accident Nine- State Harden, Mr. Mrs. ,
Scriptures" by :Mary Baker Eddy The summons to answer the final tenths of the mileage was In Intercity I General Collins, State Director Palm Beach county budget commission Mrs. Selma Drawdy Mrs Clara B.

"Jesus' unchanged physical condition roll call came to Brother Page Oct. operation and In this type of i, again warned all men now classifiedas and a life-long Democrat.The Walker, Mrs. Cuthbert Walker Mrs.R .

after what seemed to be death ober 4, 1943 at the age of !57 years service there was but one accidentfor delinqutnts that their time for principal industries of the McLaughlin! Mrs. A. J. Sande.

was followed by his exaltation and leaves a vacancy in our hearts every 72,167 miles of travel. contacting their local hoards was newly created sixth congressional fur, Mr. and Mrs H. H. Raulerson,

above all material conditions; and that time alone can fill. Brother Page The association officials believedIt : growing shorter. district ares Agriculture, cattle Mr. and Mss Martin Hancock, Shirley .

this exaltation explained the ascension was Installed as Sentinel of our Chap. would not be unreasonable to expect ''i After November 1, local boards I poultry, dairying commercial fish. Ann and Alice; Mrs. Robert La-

and revealed unmistakably a ter In 1941. He was not able to attend that the 1943 contest figures': have been Instructed to classify or log and tourists, Mr. Stuckey pointed Martin and Bobbie Lee; Betty Ann

probationary and progressive state regularly due to the nature of hit might show a rise In accident free reclassify and delinquent registrantsIn out. Through the yean he has Bass, Benjamen Jones, Mrs. W. D.Donaldson. ,
beyond the grave. Jesus was 'the business, but his spirit was with usat quency. This Is because the nation's either Class 1-A Class 1-A-O or been In constant contact with representatives Mr. and Mrs W. D.

way;' that is. he marked the way every meeting, as he loved our buses are carrying a 60 per cent Increase : Class IV-E whichever la applicable, of these various Industries Coker, Mrs.. !Merida Raulerson, Mr.
for all men" (I'. 46:20-26): beautiful Order. I j In passengers and operating and order them to report for Induc and knows their problem His Mae Yearwood, Mrs Wilson Selph

V It was honor and pleasure enough a 14 per cent Increase In mileage I Lion Failure to comply with this order activities In business, civic and fraternal and Freddie; Mr. and Mrs Roy
ASKED TO
LOCAL CITIZENS
for him to help his faithful wife, over former year Comparisonswith I will result In apprehension bv organization have been state Raulerson, Joe Raulerson Mr and
MEET AGAIN FOR CLEANUPOF when she presided over this Chapter previous contest figure do i the F. B. I. and prosecution by the wider He Is no novice In Washing Mrs E. M. Meserve Mr. and Mrs.

CEMETERY WED. OCT. 27 as Worthy Matron. show a very slightly higher accident United States District Attorney. ton, having served Florida growerson John Raulerson, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.

The last rites were performed by ratio but since the Increase are Insignificant Delinquents have from now until Various committees on Washington Williams, and the host and hostess,
The cleanup last Wednesday was our Brother Masons at which the In relation to traffic November first to get In touch with trips through the year. He It Mr. and Mr. Peter R.uleraon.V .

m great success, much work was members of the Eastern Star attended gains, the records Indicate the success their own local board or any local aggressive, capable and I.I Inspiredwith '

done by a fairly large crowd. About Jn a body.Intermegt of more extensive safety programs board and demonsarate their willingness a will to serve hi* fellowman County Judge T. W. Cpnely, Jr., Is

40 people responded to the call andit was In the Okeechobee developed to handle wartime to conform to the obligation Mr. Stuckey realize the many spending this week In Washington

is believed that if others will\ joinIn Cemetery.We transportation I Imposed on them by the National Selective wasted hours spent by Florida citizens D. C. where he Is attending to legal .

the Job can be completed next share with our hereayed Sister VCONTENTMENT Service. After November first In filling out complicated federal business

Wednesday. and the brother their grief and :' I they will face the alternative of forms and believe that elimination .0-

Remember the date, Wednesday, sorrow and we shall long cherishthe I Immediate Induction Into the Armed of red tape and Inefficiencywould Allen Markham returned Sunday

October 27 and be there or seed memory of our departed Brother. Contentment Is true riches, I Services or into work of NationalI result)n a happier and more from Washington, D. C. where he

someone In your place. "Bring alonga |i -Dlllwyn. I Importance, or imprisonment. contented citizenry. well as more spent last week as a delegate from

picnic lunch." We recommend that this humble Contentment Is a pearl of great Employer are urged to cooperate efficiency In government i the Florida C.nners.Aa.soclatlon. discussing .

H. H. RAULERSON tribute be spread on the minutes of price, and whoever procures It at I by ascertaining from their employees "Americans want fewer promisesand problems that are facing.the

Mayor, City of OkeechobeeC. the Chapter a copy furnished the the expense of ten.thousand desire especially those Illiterate employees more down to earth action" Mr. canners of this state

E DRAWDY Okeechobee Neys for publicationand makes a wise and a happy purchase their present Selective Stuckey said, "and I feel sure theyare

Chm Board Co. Commission a copy be furnished, the bereav-1:! Balguy.. I Service status and whether this Interested In an opportunity to many changes are likely between

V ed family. You traverse the world In searchof I employee has notified his Local earn a decent living after the war now and next May. In the'meantime,

Mrs. W. B Hargravea who under- Respectfully and Fraternally submitted happiness, which Is within the | Board of any change In address or -Instead of federal relief" He he will spend a great deal of his

vent a serious operation at the : j j,. reach of every man; a contented change of status Where an employee stated further that he believed In time In familiarizing himself with
Jackson Memorial Hospital Wednesday Hops L. Hendry mind confers It all.-Horace. I has failed to' keep' contact with '"peace by force with justl '.." the 'problems confronting the new

morning, la slightly Improvedand Roxl LovornW I All :power and happiness are spiritual I his Local Board, he should be ad- Mr. Stuckey_ pointed out. that announcement .I district and In aiding South Florida"
her Condition I* said to be fair J. Heudry : and proceed from goodness I shed to re-establish this contact at of a specific platform farmers to produce. bumper. crop
ly food. Committee. -Mary Baker Eddy. once at this time would be premature, as this year

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Okeechobee County, Florid. I I'M GO4G to BW I WAR lI D H\J fx

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Oct. 20 j \tUADOUBLtclr -
BRYANT BOWDEN .......... .. Editor I' Dwight L. Rogers, former State ; Friday & Saturday J
.. I ca M SONOTICE */ A Flying fortress Is to America'sair
Entered M second class matter Legislator and known ai the "Fa. fleet what heavy artillery Is to

July 1, 1914, at the Poet Office to 1 of the Ilommtcuil Exemption I DOUBLE FEATDRI I the Army. This gigAntic four-motored -

Okeechobee, Florida, under the | Amendment" announces that h. Is I WAR bomber, equipped with heavy

Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. I a candidate for the Democratic nomination I I cannon, carries about three tons of
for Congressman from the I bombs and reaches a speed of about I
RATE: :, FAY BAINTEH 300 miles an hour.
newly created Sixth Congressional
One year In advance ... ... $2.00 j
Six months In advance ..._....,. 1.00 District ? -In- \y_ jj j
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Three months In advance ...*.,. .79 Rfeirer sage that he believes the r
first concern of our people Is the "MRS. WIGGS OF THE II C : ILie

Reading notice In local columns. winning of thi."wari.| however, we CABBAGE PATCH"also I t ,

10 cents a line. Rates for display must be concerenod In"formulatinga .e... I II

advertising furnished on applica | constructive home and foreign eta .iw I

tion. Classified advertising, 9 cents i policy that will enable us to main-
each word per Insertion. AH Items : tain permanent peace and the Am- 3 MESQUITEERSIn I !
regarding enterprise conducted for u
erican way of life I Ii -
profit are chargeable at rdvertlalng I I
"The next few years will be the ;
rates. i II
i, most Important period In the historyof "Phantom Plainsman"Also J l I \

Advertising bills are payable on our nation as well! as of the world : NEWS I .. These ships carry a crew of seven
and great responsibilities will rest to nine men, weigh about 22V& tons,
the first of each month. Parties I
have a wing spread of 105 feet and ,
upon the members of Congress In
unknown to I .
publishers to
required
pay In advance. solving the economic, political, Industrial e Trwrry p.w. each motor develops 1,000 hortepow- :i
Sunday & Monday ere We need more of these "Hy ,
and, fQrelll'lI'-:firoblcms of '
ing Fortresses" to compete with the
our people", he tlte'I;:' :. Nazi air force. You can help by investing
FOR SALE Born and reared on a'email; farm LORETTA YOUNG OF ELECTION Special Tax School District who at least ten percent of your
pay a tax on real or personal income in War Bonds every payday.
near Ruidsvillc, Tntnail 1 County, Ga., I
I Dwight: ; L. Rogers attended the pub- ALLAN LADDIn Notice Is hereby given that an property, shall be entitled to vote. Buy them from your bank, post
Dodge tractor with 22 foot Freu election will be held In each and and said election shall be held and office or other convenient Issuing
lic schools of and
Georgia graduated
hnuf Van- refrigerated. :New tires, was -- every Special Tax School Districtof conducted in the manner prescribed gent. (/. S. rmnr,Dtfartm
from the Unlveroity.-- Geor-
excellent! condition s's.75no0. Okeechobee County on the Second by law for holding such elee
gia In 1909 and from Mercer Law "CHINA"Moo
Ford Cub over engine Tractor, 22 day of November, 1943, to Uons.
School In 1910 lIe caredW': :: Fort
foot Kingham Van. Reconditionedrood wit: I Board of Public Instructionfor
Lauderdale from Ocilla, Ga", In_ 1925
! tires, 325000. : DONALD DUCK'S SNOW Special Tax School District No. Okeechobee County, Florida
BACK UP
und has since been engaged in the I
One at the County Court House In I W. D COKER Chairman
All Steel) 21'1 foot OJ). n TrHI)- ,'. practice of law with John E Morris SHOW.:
I Okeechobee Florida. The following H. H. HANCOCK, YOUR BOY
(good tires, 5th wheel, brake.$xOOOn. and Elbcrt B. Griffin, under the Superintendent j
MARCH OF TI ELATE Clerk and Inspectors to hold said and Secretary. ,
'an arrange for responsible partyto firm name of Rodgers Morris and i Increase coq a
election: Z. K Williams Clerk; C
have half purchase price financed Griffis. He Is at present Chairman NEWS V payroll, layhjif ,
A. Pulforld,
Mrs. Ruby Hancock. K,
aver 12 months See BILL CLARK, or the Appeal Board No. 4 of the L. Worth. Inspectors. : yovr family limit :'

1030 S. Wilson, Bartow Phone after Selective Service System of the
Special Tax School District No. .
8 P. H. 8420. Fourth Congressional District Wednesday Only - -- --
Two at the School House at Fort
Send The News
-- Drum, Florida. The following Clerk t to friends

and Inspectors to hold said elec. -- -- -

ROBERT DONATIn tion: Mrs. Estella Lee Clerk; Mrs. AT FIRST k-
'
Bertha Ann Swain Mrs. Sylvia t JK-NOFA _

From where I sit Parker, Jasper L.ee Inspectors. ,...

"YOUNG MR. PITT"ALSO Special Tax School District No. ;( c :
Three at the Grocery Store Build.I : ,,, 666

COMEDY ing, Bassinger, Florida. The following I USE
fy Joe MarshNed Clerk and Inspectors to hold I my U.S.WAR BONDS H6 T o8lLTS, SALVE. NOSE MOM

"Rough and Rents" I laid_ election; Zeb Durrance, Clerk: I:.... ._- -- -

J Henry Maurice Sloan Lofton, Inspectors.Fred Sparkman, I i [f IIIIIIIIIIIIiIllHl"iI"IIIHlII"IIIIJllIlIiIllIl/III"IIIII/""! / IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/""" / !lIlIlImllllllllIlillllllllll/lmllljS! !/; : :

Buxton was home on fur of fuss made over them, with I Coming Attractions
Special Tax School District No. [
lough last week, And you oughtto formal celebrating and such.
see the fuss the town made What they really like'Ate the I Four at Reese Upthegrove's Store ,11

over him. Seems like almost simple pleasures-one of Mom's Upthegrove Beach. Florida. The I FOR

everybody wanted to give a home-cooked mealJ, visiting I TilE PALM BEACII STORY-With following Clerk and Inspectors to' FJ SALE

party, or a testimonial dinner, with friends over a glass of hold said election: Mrs cneda
or stage something special in beer-enjoying things that mean I (laudato Colbert. I Bass, Clerk: N F. Norton, Mrs I'

the way of celebration.Of home and comfort and security. ''I I TRUE TO THE ARMY -With Judy Reese, Upthegro\e C. N. Stratton, I ===

course, Neil acted grateful. From where I ..It. our biggest; I, '' Inspectors. I
But he told\ me later nil he really job, apart from helping win the Canova. Special Tax School District No.

wanted Hat to sit down with a "'arl making sure those things 'I I TilE BLACK SWAN-With Tyronne Five in the residence of J. U. H; I have a carload of Aberdeen Angus _
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few old frlnmlx. enjoy a (jl.if; of are waiting; for our men when Scott, Eagle Bay, Florida. The ..
beer or two, and talk ubuut old they come tack home for good. ', Power lowing Clerk and Inspectors B- Bulls)] one, two and three Years old. Some ,, .

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I guess that's how many sol- Joe fjI / I excuse yon can rive for I Clerk, Albert Harden, Oscar Bass, 1 are Registered-15 subject to Registration -
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N,. 73 of a Series Copyright, 1943, Brewing Industry Foundation I i I Special Tax School Districts shall --
( be for the purpose of electing three

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1I i' said districts to serve for the ensuing LELAND C. PEARCE LI

wo and of determiru | :
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Endorsed By Those Who :now Him Best .. His Home Folks Ing the amount of millage to be =

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L. L. of Pahokee ;,: of time. -f"-! OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA ==== I
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fled voters residing In the said ':
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ask their friends throughout the district to consider his candidacy .
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Sara L. Creech I ... Lair J. E.R. IIMer Ira Tork O. O. 8cbaU
Nell H. sculled OlAf Bo W. Sanders W. Ttllli Cba B. Creel I
W. at Jeffrie. Lout Lee Prank Rozelle
Norman Kenned A.. M. Pulrb' L HaUooTbomM B L Pop O. R. Bleed
Clarence MuTeAThedd o. o. wum Killer L L. KolghtW. B. B Wartni
Whldden Gene Butler J. B. Platt O. Bull J. A DulacT +
H. U. McIntosh T. O. Denton W P. Walker O. O. Coburn T. W. Knight ,,..,
Injnan W. Week J O. Darden CbM. Moran O. W. Oldfen Luther Jonee 0'''
T. O Richardson Z. T Inirrera O. U WlMer a Gold R. T. Creeca
Ronald 8 Brocket Lord BM San Chuula. R. P PlevelMr Rupert Mock .iII<
O. H Waldacnlairer W. O. Lord D. L ':'Kits O. B McClure O. O. Hull ,
Tolly TounirbloodArchl Frit Stein W. J'fo OeorJe ... Mead John Kirk ; ,
R llAma L. m. 111 oi 'on B. O KllpatrtckJ J. a. ArantLoel
Lou BrtrnerO. Cbu ':1, R. CbaadterPraok f'
J If MeMllllanChas
J. PonUtn* A. ReveK. Cku. E MlB t AA ...eeg T L.Burns + t
Oeo B saner R. B EMon Jack morns ROT VandeiplftIrrta W. L. Eerr L .. $ '
Lerov Alexander W. C. Allen M L. Al..pai..t 8 Bacon! J 0 Mock
O. A. Thompson W. P. Rill T. kl. Torbert P. M. Gate. Jr Bd Barnes '
R. A. fltoltenberf O. A. Boon Barrlenn Raoo.': R. J. SlmorjeeoO Lick Cbaney ;
R. L. CTiamberlaln T. 8. lUrk PM Rutty W. PenrukM W. W. Week I
OhaiWhlMMy IIua Barry J. L Pra llus>d mater T. Jonei O. M Moor "Judge, would mind tellin' Charlie here
during 13
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ftM.. JohMon. Jr. L. p. Parson E. L. Haag John Bolton L. L. BblrUf I our years prohibition. What
111... H. G. Deitton T. 8 TabM W. J. Molar J Mph Kahn a B Maekey what you told me the other night walkin' you really vote for is whether liquor is going I
Jack Sturgeon J. Buck J.O.M M.Oltoea Belk P.te watt 8e\anA MkHHansa Paul Baaur Baeeer A.W.&R Mae.aWtnlara Hooker home from lodge. I can't word it just the to be sold legally or illegally..whether the I
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O. W. McDonald Don muter P. APal I.'t W. H. Lair H. B Mmes way you did. community is going to get needed taxes for
J. T. Pn< ua L. Burke Laeei BpoonerAM D. B
Inner BarwtekSMI | Kepp
J PlemincR Albert 0 ai J. Leo ItanMll Dnbrow O. A. Rare* "Sure thing, Tim Here's what 1 told him, schools, hospitals, and the like, or whether r
M. VaaLandtatriMMSi O. T. ..... J. J. s M A L. W.*.. D. 8. Bpooner Charlie. There's no such thing as votin' a this money is going to go to gangsters and .

nation, a state, a county, or even a com bootleggers. That's the answer, boys. ..
munity dry We had proof enough of that simple as A-B-C." .
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 22, 1943 THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS PAGE TIIRI X
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I high school students. FACULTY MEMBER INJt'RI D

This year, more than ever beforewe

Purple and Gold News"FOR should enter this drive and helpto .I J Last S.turdarnoon one of

make it a great success our most beloved members of the

The P. T. A. has done much for faculty was Injured while at the

A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" our school the last few years. TWO task of driving staples. For a while

I -- years ago, the organization donated they were not sure whether they

I $100 for new library books Years were going to have to amputate the
Staff THIS AND THAT ABOUT OUR Wits and Wags P. T. A. MEMBERSHIP: DRIVE before that, It bought new equip limb or not. The student body Is In

SENIORS I SI.\TED FOR OCTOBERWe ment for the Chemistry Lab. La't I sincere sympathy with the family

year, this same organization helpedpay during this time of trouble and we
Hello-My name Is Juanell Pearce Bobby Lowrey and Oscar Thomas i
Editor-In Chief Harry Ore nberger have been Informed that the a debt that had been hoveringover hope Mr. Durrance will miss his
I all know I born in seem to be getting along very well
-you me. was annual
Assistant Editor Betty Mae Thomas membership drive for P. the Athletic Association for finger and hit the staple next time.
'Chobee back In '26-August: 18. with Roena and Elizabeth.W T'I I
way A has
been scheduled for the I
Sports Reporter .. Porky Draughon many years. This term, at its first V
to be exact. It when I In didn't know that Mr. TerZen.
was was of October. .
Chapel Reporter Jean Lee Heretofore the meeting, of the year, the P. T. A. Mother (to little girl who had
the 8th grade that I entered 0. It. bach was so bashful. Though he w.11 I Iescoited
V: Raulerson tary students have shown a great I voted to give $100 toward the buying been sent to the henhouse for uggs.
S. I like football but don't for Into town by Shirley Davie, I
Class Reporter ........ Klll/i Draughon care I enthusiasm toward making this i, of new uniforms for the Catfish. "Well, dear, were there no eggsT"(
tennis In '42, I voted It has taken him five weeks to getup
Social Reporter; .... Zelda JohnsonJoe 43. was most d.te.1'I drive a success, but there has been Now, don't you think it's YOUR Little Girl: "No, mu IImle, only
the nerve to ask her for a I
athletic [
girl also of the
Underhill Queen I very little Interest portrayed byI turn to do something! far THEM: ? I the one the hen uses for a pattern"
Hallowe'en Carnival This year I'm We hear that Hildon Rogers Is j, ...
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taking an Interest In Barbara Ann .u
one of the cheer leaden My favor.

COMMERCIAL ANALYSIS OF A 'I ite song Is "Sunday, Monday, and Moore. Anybody know I' "THIS IS THE NEW SIXTH

WOMAN Always" and my ambition is to join I We're all confused about Mildred,1 '' ,
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the Cadet Nurse Corps I think the Jack and Herbert. Who entertainedthem CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT-! Tf*! '''YffJ".

Occurence-Found where men ex- Theta Beta Is a grand organization this week end I I WANT TO REPRESENT" .."

lets Seldom In. a free state- with and I'm going to Join soon. Bertie Mae usually keeps an eye I Ed Hamilton 'h"a.N ftwtii>***!"' i0xttcwaett

few exceptions .In the combined on Hubert Thomas She thinks may. I i *. *i ] ,

state. If I said "Weldon" you wouldn't be he will notice her a little-Just I,
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Physical properties -All colors, know who I was referring to, so I'll a little II I > t,, *
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sizes and ages Usually In disguised just say this Is "Porkey" talking. I Could it be an old high school '" *"Vu A K *v i v

condition. Face covered with a film I WAS born here In Okeechobee on romance Is being renewed? Since I ', t ,... \\ > >

of composite material. Boo-hoos at October 24, 1926 and have lived here Lt. Barber has been here on leave I .,,
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nothing and may freeze at any mom. ever since 1 started to school here we've seen him with Miss Coker I ,.a..4" ..r.

ent, however, melts when properly in the first grade and hope to quite a bit. I .>

treated. Very bitter If not used graduate this year. My favorite We heard Leslie Cheshire asked ? eS A

well. song Is "Pistol Packin' Mama"; favorite Juanlta Pearce for a date last week. ,p y" +""" tLv'
Niaw ,
Chemlcaal properties-Very active. sport football; favorite girl,. end but we can't find out whetheror 1."a. ..a

Possesses a great affinity for gold, Joyce Emery; and my hobby is not she accepted.

silver, platinum, precious stones, photography. In my Sophomore year Juanell was with Porky after the 'Z aaki \ G4 oes n"rccw Xa n ,
or anything of value. Violent reac (41.42) 1 played center on the foot ball game last week. What's the I grke.Jail c Y A'+f .'

tion when left alone. Undissolvedby ball team and was secretary of the matter with L. p? ,
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j liquids, but activity greatly F. F. A I was patrol leader of the Joe Underhill seems to be happy II I Ii
stimulated when treated with Eagle Patrol for two years and obtained i
this week. It's because his old flame, I
spirits solution Sometime yields to the rank of star scout. When Cecelia Clements Is In town. n 'tia I ,j NtNrrR.p '' Patn Ataa wA*' ,
pressure. Axes very rapidly usually a junior, I was secretarytreasurerof ,. '9'h+u erg etas ; ( < teeae ;tft11
What's the matter with Ellis these .a I II
getting Into permanently enlarged n'y class, and was voted the most I I
4 days that he Isn't Interested In any
state Fresh variety has great map: popular and the wittiest boy in high
of the girls Maybe he Is being true I
netic attraction. school. I was also a member of the '
to Dorothy S. ,; ._
Caution-High I explosive whenIn Student Council. This year my position .
Sadie Is very happy about Ada
Inexperienced hands.FFYNITIOX9. on the football team Is In the Jnne: coming back. I'll bet Hayner Hap Showing New -" --_ i
V backfield and I'm president of the .
D,\ Theta Beta Club and of the Senior could beat Raulie up 6th COL;..CSIONAl DISTRICT :,
Edgar and Betty :Mao have been
Class comprising II counties and giving i

FAME-Having a bVand of cigars V seen together( lately, and we wonder J> population of each county ((1940 i r. .-.-' ( e
If he has left Mary Virginia out Cenjus L Jt *** *
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named after you. ) -
JOKESGerman completely
FAULT-About the only thing P
found where It does not exist Better watch out Marion Whidden. '

FLY-A familiar summer boarder or somebody will beat your time E' ) HAMILTON
flier (lat heaven's gates): : with Billy Rudd.
who mingles with the cream of society .
"We'd like to come In." We didn't know that Jane A
gets stuck on the butter and
leaves his specs behind. St Peter: "How many of you are made such a hit with Johnnu. J. that Candidate for U. S. Congress 6th Congressional District of Florida

FOOT-The understanding of a there?" he writes her so often. Ped Politit4 4d..
Flier: "Forty. -
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St Peter: "Sorry I can only admit
FOOTBALL clever subterfuge
four."
for carrying on prize fights under _
, Flier: '"Why?" ** "
the !guise of a reputable game. St. Peter: "That's all Goebels said It travel.
GYMNASIUM-A place to make youm
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the strong weak, and the weak,
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weaker Proud Mother";: :"My: son Johnnywas I ral..lw..wrl'W"aLr., Ja
_ HIP-A popular location for the
Just a private in the army until i
1 retail liquor business. taut week. Then he hit a sergeant I NOFi 1943'0
HISTORY-The evil that men do. !,943
and they promoted him to a Court .. 't.UN 't.
Home Is where the mortgage Is.
V Martial. MON UE WED TH SAT ',
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PEP !SQUAD NEWS :
Mr Durrance: "How many wars .x'
1 2 3 4 6
A meeting of the 'Chobee Pep were waged against Spain?" M".a.. ,
Bill Hendry "Six. '
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Squad was held Monday after school ,
Mr. D.: "Enumerate them." 7 T91011
In the auditorium. Miss McCarthy 213
Bill: "One two three, four, five,
asked the group to elect whomeverwe

desired for our new sponsor as six.
fri 144J61718 9 2024V232425
she was leaving. Miss Baum one of
A very patriotic old lady was rid.
the conely new teacher, was elect.ed. .
ing through the country and saw a
There was another Pep meeting 627
young farm hand about draft age
held Wednesday afternoon In the
milking a cow, She stopped the car ,
auditorium, during which severalnew
and very quickly marched up to the I O
yells were introduced.We I
young man. "Why are you not at
wish to thank Miss :McCarthyfor
a
the front? she demanded. "Bec.uaethere
her service and wish for her the '
aln't no milk at that end, lady ,
beet of everything in her new work ';+"n' .
WaR his quick reply. :
We also with to thank :Miss Baum

In advance for her cooperation.V Miss Johnson: "Bertha, give the '". > .

V comparison of beautiful.* % :

SO'oIXJ.1 : .\ Bertha: "Be utiful. Be more uti- % .Be a Tuesday

ful, 'and Be most utiful."

shall not sleep tonight. lie left. -

And I am broken, bruised and be :Mrs Link: "Bertha, what would

reft. you do in case of a man bleeding !' l Y jr1 to Thursday Travel

Yes, I shall lie awake till dawn. from a wound In the head-

Counting, hopes forever gone. Bertha ."I would put a tourniquet

My aching heart cannot tell when around his neck." J. '

I'll ever clone my eyes again( ..----- \

How could he turn out such a t'i/i". War Band abeam men i_ If you must travel these days, be a Tuesday

Ilo-hum Z-Z-z-Z-Z-z-z. emethlar more to TOO than Thursday traveler. Moving troops by special train takta
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-- -- --- Just "a good sound Investment -
." Flgurf It nut yourself, lot of railroad equipment. With what is left the Florid
News satisfies.
printing and other railroads
-- East Coast Railway must handle

much heavier traffic than usual many service men

I f traveling individually or in small groups, folks going to

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SALE visit the boys in camp, men on important war business.

FOR ... Weekend travel is unusually heavy. Added to the

normal load many service men and others are free to

Two truck loads of Horses. Work Horses take a little trip. There may be standing room only on

and Saddle Horses. Bridles and Saddles. Two some of the more popular trains.

very fine Mules. These Horses and Mules \ So if you can arrange to begin and end your journey -

guaranteed to be exactly as represented. .. the
during week Tuesday through Thursday, it is
for them will be left with Sales
Money paid the reasonable thing to do. You will have a wider choiceof
Pen management until they prove they are exactly
accommodations, find trains less crowded.
as recommended.This .

Stock can be seen at the Sales Pens And remember you can help speed wartime transportation

of the Dixie Cattlemen's Association at Sale t by traveling only when necessary, by taking

Thursday, October 28, 1943. less baggage, and by cancelling reservations promptly
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