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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: December 29, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 30-Number 28 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 29, 1944 Price Five Cents
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!ERNESTINE: HUNT EXJOYS MR. AND !MRS J. M. ROE
Inspiring Christmas Cantatas Were I New Officers
News of Our BoysIn ,I PLEASANT BIRTHDAY BY ENTERTAINED: FOR HOUSE

Various CampsAt ENTERTAINING FRIENDS Rendered In Okeechobee Churches GUESTS TIIURSDAY NIGHT I Installed ByEastern

Mill Ernestine Hunt entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roe entertained

a gay' company of her friends on the and MethodistsSpecial on Thursday evening for their I StarThe
!Home & AbroadMalcolm Sunday By Baptists
evening of the 21st, the occasion being house guests, Edward K. Roe of

her 13th birthday.The i ______ _n Philadelphia, and Mrs. W. E.- Crosen
I
Simmon returned to the young! people played Indoor Christmas cantatas were MISSIONARY: TEA of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Crosen Okeechobee Chapter, Order of

Jacksonville Naval Air Station Wednesday and outdoor games, and had l a wel- given at both Methodist and l Baptist I. Mrs Roe's mother Eastern Star, Installed the new officers -

night after spending the day nle roast and l a birthday cake and l a churches on Sunday, the service Mrs. H. P. Garner entertained the Those Invited l were Mr,' and Mrs for the coming year at an Impressive

here with his mother, Mn. Bryant I !general good time. at the Methodist church being! In the Ladle Aid I Society of the Churchof Nathan Zelmenovitz and their ceremony at the Masonlo

CowJon. Those present were Polly Green- afternoon and that at he Baptist the Brethren at a missionary tea guests, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Stein I Temple Tuesday night. \

I berger, Claudine Mobley, Mary howell church In the evening, so that music Wednesday afternoon berg of New York; Mrs. M. C. Pitts, Mrs. Rosa Durrance was the In-
Conrad Jr., and hit shipmate
L. ,
L. !Nancy Boettger, Susan and l Carol lovers might enjoy both. The church annex was decorated Mrs. Roy Raulerson, Mr. and Mrs. tailing officer, and Mrs, Olga Berka
John A. I'rys left last weekto Hancock, Alberta Louthan, Charles At the Methodist church, the letting with tapestries and on a long table John Edwards, Mr. and l Mrs. Ellis Grand Marshal Mrs. Marjorie Wallace -
New York where they
return to I Cornelius, Mike Barber Bill Williams was one of striking beauty, were displayed brass dishes and Meserve, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ma- acted as pianist, In place of
board their ship for sea
will again in Snook Watford, Raleigh Rau. with the red vested choir seated In other utensils and musical Instruments serve, Mr. and Mr Minehan and Mrs. Rae Boettger, who was installed -
spending. Christmas
duty after Icrsoh, Billy Phillips and McKinlster a pyramid l against a huge Christmas that Mr and l Mrs. Garner Sarah Minehan, Mrs Charlotte Wal- assistant Conductress.Mrs. .
with relatives and
Okeechobe
Roc tree topped with a shining star brought with them when they returned ston, and Dr. and Mrs. Tom Casey. Alma Burr will be Worthy

friends. .v--- and hung with colored lights Greenery from India after being missionaries V Matron, and Mr. France Collins

Mrs. Murray Fulford has received and poinsettias made a lovely there for several years. associate Matron. Frank Zander I I.
the Information that her husband, R. B. Meserve background. The chancel rail was Pastries and tea were served as they Rotary Club Has Worthy Patron, with E. J. Wilsonas

Private Murray Fulford, has been, covered with white against which are served In India associate Patron Mr. Eva May

thlpped across the Atlantic. He entered New Head of I quantities of poinsettias glowed, and Mrs Garner gave a talk about our Xmas Party and Williams was Installed a* Conductress -

the Marine Corp during the I the scene was lighted entirely by Girls Mission School In India and and Mrs. Rae Boettger as associate -

summer and finished his training at Local Bank many red tnpers. This setting was an offering of fifteen dollars takento Gives BasketsThe Conductress. Mr. Susie
furls Island several months ago. planned l by the junior choir leader, carry on this work She dressed I Arrehenlu serves another year a*
I
Judge Tom Conely I and was as pretty i girls In the Indian native costumes Secretary, a* doe Mr*. Hope Hen-

We have received a notice from At a meeting of the directors of a picture as can well be Imagined.The I Those present were Mr*. Garner, officers of the Okeechobee dry as Treasurer The Star Point

the Postoffice Department to change the Okeechobee County Bank held choir sang "The Carols of Mrs. Eddie Bass and daughter Alma, Rotary Club were hosts at a Christmas installed were Mary Markham as

the mailing address of Cecil Bass here this week R, B. Meserve was Christmas", by Lorenz, which wove Miss Dolly Laurance, Mrs Nondas party on the 19th to member Ada, Ruth Humphries a* Ruth, Martha -

and in the future send It In care of elected vice president of the bank the old beloved Christmas songs In-I Parker, Mrs Victor Domer, Mrs. Z. K. William was a quite adequate Humphries as Esther, Call!*

th* postmaster at San Francisco, and l will become the active head l of to its theme. Soloists from Ernest Campbell, Mrs. falter Wat Santa Claus, distributing! gifts which Coleman a* Martha and Rosa Durance -

Calif. We have heard nothing fur the bank. Mr. Meserve arrived In choir were Judge Conely, Katherine ford and l baby Sharon, Mrs Calvin were In many case more amusing as Electa. Mrs. Esta Page I I.

ther from him as yet but expect to Okeechobee yesterday from Marl- Sweatt, Sara Howcll Sylvia Snell, Drawdy, Mrs. Robert La Martin and than appropriate, causing a great Chaplain, and Mrs. Doren Reeves,

hear as soon a. he reaches his des anna and took active charge of the Betty Barber and Molly Boettger; daughter Bobble Lee, Mrs. Marie deal of fun and good natured rib- Marshal, and Mrs. Jessie Wilson,

tination In the Pacific. bank this morning. guest soloists were W. D. Boehmer Glenn, Mrs. John Draughon and bing. Warder.

In announcing the election of Mr. and Mrs. Rae Boettger, who also daughter Frances, Mrs. Curtis Wightand Carl Durrance was In charge of Following the Installation, gift

Theodore Aubrey spent several I Meserve they also announced that was accompanist. I Mary Ellen Wright, and Betty the program, and presented Sylvia were distributed from a gaily dec-

days of last week In Okeechobee :Ir. Whidden would\ l continue as The Baptist choir sang a cantata Ann Base.Hendry. Sncll, Betty Barber and Perrilee orated tree, and a buffet supper of

visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lulu Legler. cashier of the bank and would l be In by William Banes called "The Manger I I V Hunt In Christmas songs, the members varied sandwiches and coffee served

He has spent the past nine months charge of the mechanical operation.Mr. Child", the title furnishing the 1,I joining in the choruses Y .

in the hospital at Atlanta, Georgia, Meserve Is no stranger to the theme for a most effective setting HeadsCommittee Guests were J. H. Baker, presidentof << VEGETABLE SITUATION

where he was sent after his returnto people of Okeechobee as he has vis- planned and l executed by Mrs. Nora the National Audubon Society, LOOKS FAVORABLE FOR

the United
where he was seriously wounded. many occasions In the past and Australian pine branches large candelbra The luncheon meeting on the 26th

He has again returned l to the was here several months ago at held red tapers which fur was a routine business meeting, with Controversies In Washington that

hospital at Atlanta which time he was the guest of the nished the only light In the choir ConservationRepresentative group singing on the side under the I have kept the Office of Price Administration
:
Civic Club and made a talk to that loft where the members wore white direction of "Doc" Fulford, who had occupied In other direction -

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simmons left organization. He has been city man robes, and the Christmas flower, the I W J. Hendry returned expected to present a 4-H program, have served to benefit Flor.

last Friday night for Jacksonvilleafter ager for the city of Marianna for poinsettias, was grouped In large to his home In Okeechobee but found that his performers had Ida vegetable grower and shipper,

spending a week here with his the past several years and resigned baskets. In front of the rail 'was yesterday morning from Tallahassee In most cases gone elsewhere, for the 10 far as Impending price ceilings

mother, Mrs. Bryant Bowden. He that place to accept the position the manger with Joseph ,and Mary holidays. >. are concerned) wording to LaMonton- rhrewin.hagt'othu'Flotld
,where he vent to attend .....meetlngof ..
left that .city Christmas ,night for ,with the OkeechoMte County: Bank. and_the Babe theparts"Ming taken '*c\Je Advlsprj Committee of the -Cuests'were- fV V'Sff AettgbVo >> : V.- ?

California where he was transferredafter Before going to. Marianna Mr. by ChesterRaulersonsbn Josephand 'lorida Conservation, Department of ,lived l In Okeechobee In 1925 and etable Committee. ._

having been stationed at the leserve was connected with the Eleanor Harden as'Mary, Mar. whIch committee he. was recently gave a most Interesting talk on the "The OPA hearing on tomatoes
Jacksonville Naval Air Station for : jorle Coker directed and town of that Elmer has been postponed from December
First National Bank of St. Augustinefor the choir made chairman. The committee i Ie day, and Jones,
the past two years fifteen years. lie 'was confected Betty Barber was accompanist. Soloists made up .of twelve commercial fish- i member of the Pahoke Rotary Club.: 19 until early In January, and there

with the Florida National Bank I were Betty Whidden, Ada Jane rmen) from the entire state who are The Okeechobee Club gave nine I. now little likelihood that the
Clarence Lofton, son of Mr and Cason Christmas basket where woulddo lima bean and celery ceiling will
of Jacksonville two years and served Bobby Lowry, Susan Han. to advise and work with the Supervisor they .
Mrs. Morris Lofton, will\ leave to- one term as superintendent of cock and France Knight. of Conservation during the the most good; food, fruit, and b. Imposed before January," Graw

morrew for Fort McPherson, Ga., schools of St. Johns County Following the cantata, which was next four years toys were bought and donated for stated. "Generally speaking, the
after spending ten days here with Mr. Meserv has been activeIn I especially musical and well suited the bountiful baskets. The club situation looks better for commodities -
very
The members of this committeewho
his parents. He has just completed civic affairs In the cities wherehe for junior choir voices, the Christmas spent $30, of which a part has been not now uner ceiling." ,
1 seven months training at Camp has lived and It Is expected that tree In the vestibule was the were asked by Governor-elect given back Into their treasury by In line with announced OPA regulations

Standing and now goes to Georgiafor he will be of much assistance In center of attraction, and St. Nick Caldwell to serve will more or less the Methodist church, the Masonic eggplant and pepper will

further training. This It Ui affairs of that nature In Okeechobee. made his promised appearance for guide the Conservation Department Lodge, and the Fine Arts Club. com under price control on January -
first furlough since he entered the the children. In its policy. They are also expect V.--- 1, and the cucumber ceIling, set
I
ed to work out a more definite agreement
army I last June. V I II Both of these Christmas service CHARLES L. SELLERS DIES aside as a result of Florida Vegetable -
with the State of Georgia In
I WARREN GARNER BROADCAST were far more finished and satisfactory OF WOUNDS IN GERMANYJ Committee appeal on the basis
Chief Warrant Officer Bill Wallace IN EDGAR BERGEN RADIO SHOW performance than one might handling fish between the two -.- of hurricane damage, will be restored

his wife and three eons, were expect to hear In a small town, and states Representative Hendry has B. Seller received the sad on January 1. A cabbage
of Mr. and lerved the past four a* a
week year
Christina guests U. S. Naval Training Center, Great the junior choirs of both churches member" news; Wednesday morning that his ceiling may be Imposed at any time.
and the Legislative ..Commit
Wallace and Mr.
Mrs. G. 0. Lakes 111. Appearing tile Edgar and their director are to be congratulated brother, Sgt. Charles L. Sellers, had The map bean ceiling-now $4.8fl
after ; on tee from this state to work out various
He
Mn. A. L. Boettgtr. returns Bergen, Charlie McCarthy broadcast upon their really unusual' died In a field hospital in Germany per bushel-drop* to $3.25 on the
the first of th* month to the Christmas Eve Warren Garner work. The churches can do nothing trade entanglements with that from wounds rec.lved.l" the fightIng first of the 'lIr.
wa* ,
This committee will with
Pensacola for further State meet
navy hospital at A. S., Okeechobee, Florida, a* a better thaa to encourage In in Atlanta there a few weeks ago. Effort are being mad by PVC
his the Georgia Legislature
treatment not only for member of the famous Great Lake their young people an appreciationof The message wa relayed her to get the ceiling on early Florida
broken leg but for recurrent jungle Naval Training Center Choir. Numbering good music and the experience of in January at which time the groundwork from the home of the parents, Mr. potatoes and strawberries, either *B.
will be laid for a more complete
Malaria 1.000'Olee.. and made u* of worship through song understanding between the and Mr*., E. G. Seller o'f Arcadia, tlrel ly removed or ssbitantielly I.-

recruit In tralaiag, the choir -V who had received _* telegram from creased. Strawberry growers, during .
presented
Sergeant John H. Walker arrtv*< state a* to the shipment of fish and the
picture of Christmas at the the War Department. They had pre- past week, took matter Into
a THINKS RUBBER CAN BE
hems last Saturday afternoen and other Florida products.Governorelect .
their
Naval Training: Center through Its PRODUCED IN 'GLADES viously been notified that their ion own hand by withdrawingtheir
i I. pending tile holiday her will Cadwell
has yet
Carol singing was seriously wounded. meagre harvest from the mar- ,
his parent, Mr. and Mr. I. B. Wai not made the appointment of the ket rather thaa
len
Charles at the 24
was thirty of mat
year age
The huge cheer brought together
Miami, Dec. 27.-A new robber et
ker, Jr. Sergeant Walker returned
Supervisor of Conservation for the pint
per
fr this special broadcast wa mad left and was one of a family of twelve ceiling figure
Into tie Everglade
to the United State several month peditlon next four bat he I Ie expected While there
year children/ Glade Democrat. i I. BO ceiling\ pwgnla.'
County
op of sassy smaller group erring Miami last week headed by Elliot:
from New Galena where he had .
ago to do II soon after his Inaugur tion on tomato'they :
under
the varioB regiment In th* Recruit V are a
E. Simpson, who on a previous expedition '
spent twenty-seven month and .lae*
tion. frees ,
Training command. This U tile first last March, reported tie P. O. KNIGHT CELEBRATED order, but'OPA ha adriaed '.
that time he has been stationed .t
Miami and Georgia. He and his time that such a lag trained ctelrj I finding of seven species of robber Representative and Mr. Hendrywill 7JTH BIRTHDAY IN TAMPA' the Florida Vegetable Committeethat
leave Sunday for Tallahassee 'we are not disturbed
of service men ha been heard on a 10 long
tree plant
brother, Jerry aural or
spent
young when they. will attend the Inaogu a* prices generally arc kept at Hit
days the first of the week visitingfriend major network program The purpose of the present tripis Tampa, Dec. 21-Peter 0. Knight,
In Miami. y to make a more Intensified study ration of Mr. Caldwell a* Governor Tamp. attorney, celebrated hi* 79tl or lower"V

Mr. Charlotte Walston, who I I. of the Everglade a* a nbber producing on next Tuesday.The birthday last week receiving hundreds .

Word baa been received by hu teaching this year at Canal PoUt, : area.Among r of expressions of esteem and Mr and Mr B L. Shah r will lean

father, George J. Harden, that Hose I II the holiday runt of Mr*. 1. R. j I the group accompanying military personnel of the control well wIsh.* from friend throughout today to return to Jacksonville 'after
I
Silvann Harden, seams first class Minehan. Also a Christmas day i Simpson I I. Dr. Francis Cella, prem tower at Conner Field which Florida and the nation. spending a week ha Okeechebee

at Great Lakes, Illinois, has sue rUNt at the Ulnehaa horn wa Seabee taint Brssilian wild rubber expert, usually la flown back to Hendrlsk i :Many of Tampa's moos, important 1 I with their daughter, Mr*. J..T. Hancock

cesifolly pasted the required examlnatlon Joe Peter, who was a buddy of Manual Obregoo, Filipino tree tap Field after the night landing, was business Institutions ewe their origin I I and family.H. .

for entrance to" the U. Jimmy Ulnehaa In the South Faelfle per and Seminole Indian vide*. fogbound on Thursday night. But and much of their success to 1 -

S. Naval Academy A small percent and I* now stationed at'Ft Simpson stated that report on his! they enjoyed their enforced stay In hi* wisely guiding hand Long identified H. Banlerson, S. R. R.lf..l4er.Prof. ,

age only of men who apply for entrance Pierce finding would be mad to the Federal Okeechobe, being royally entertained with the Exchange National .,WIltI.III. and Chief Parkerset

and pass the examination government and the State of at Ed Watford' on the lake, and Bank and the Tampa Electric: Company attended the luncheon of the Pake-

art appointed, and it may be sometime Mr and Mr. Fred Proctor and Florida oa tilt completion of his breakfasting with the 'Crash crew Knight has played' an Important kll Rote Club on Thursday, reyre-
before It Is known whether Ok- Wesley spent Christmas with relatives trip. He expressed confidence that at Connor Field before being flown role In -local and state politic seating the Okeechobe club whfcm

eechobee will have the honor of a In Brandon, Fla. They will rubber could be produced successfully horn as the fog lifted Friday. morn- and I I. .widely known throughout the had a blanket Invitation to hear tit-

native ion attending Annapolis I return to North Carolina Friday. and abundantly In the area. Flag' state and nation. Governor-elect: of the state speak.'

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TilE OKEECHOBEE: NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 194Dkcecljnhce
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But I'vo learned my lesson, and !! I 1.0IUOA BOYS IX ENGLANDASk GLASS! HOUSES LESSO .SER fO\/; SUBJECTAT
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JNcfas Brother, I'm wise (JOVEKNOIl: TO SEND CHURCHES OF CHRIST, '

These | THEM SAX1I FROM HOME: Miairl I, Dcc. 26 Addressing the SUNDAY:: DECEMBER }l

Published Every Friday by the You can have your victuals, and stun of i South Florida chapter of.: the Amor-

Okeechoboe Now. Co., at Okeocbo-Florida ,. liquor that's\ red, An Eighth Air Force Fighter Sta nan Institute of Architects here I "Christian Science" Is the subject ,
bee Okccchobee County, I
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But what goes to my stomach won't Every I England. Three specialized last week, II, M. Sloan, prominent I of the lesson-sermon) which will be

BRYANT BOWDEN ,. ._. .77. Editor i I KO to my hell., plan to ground soldiers In this Eighth Air Chicago contractor and representative I, read in Churches of Christ, Sclent

Entered us gwnnd clnss matter Jjl* j So a big Happy New Year to you I Week, j Force fighter station who "have an of the Llbby-Owens-Ford Glass I lat, throughout the world on Sun

1, 1914, at the t'oat Office In Ok_, ".. I and to all, al Council Itch to rub our feet In Florida sand Coripa'ny, predicted that new home day, December 31.

lisa Fla., undor Act_otjlar!:. .g. ts7) I I'm back on the wagon and I hopeI I' I again", have appealed to Governor construction In Florida after the The Golden Text Is: "The prophecy

SUBSCRIPTION RATE don't fall. Millard Caldwell to be their Santa war would see extensive use of ther- I I came not In old time by the
one Year In advance . . .$2.01)
Six Montha In advance . I.M I ----v $ Claus and rush them a package of mopane class In the development of.I(I will of men but holy men of God

Three Months In advance . ..15A1'rtIeIne K I I the Seminole Stnte's "beach gold" the "Home of To-Morrow". .l spako ns they were moved by the

Ihe i \ for Christmas Glass houses offer four distinct Holy Ghost" (II Peter 1 : 21).
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hills art Local and Personal I
lilt of each month Turtles, nnknown| to Caldwvll The three are Staff Sergeant Wilson \ I advantages, sight, health, psychological Among the citations which comprise

publlahers required! to ray. [n AlvAnr"'j T. I D. McRae, 80, of Crsceville, a effect and lolar beat. Use of the Lesson-Sermon Is the

Rradlnit! noHoos In Inrnl rnlnmns, 10- j K state crew chief, Corporal Peter Casanova glass was also advocated for post following from the Bible 1
Vino, Itatns for dliinlM a rents* n fiirnlKhoil on application, nsss-1\ .1. T. hancock who is employed at state 26, Tampa, a cook, and CorporalGordon war construction of schools and hospitals. "And there appeared a great wonderIn

IfM! sdrertlslnn. 2 fonts rellArdlnlf wrli word Everglades City spent several days I{. Richardson, 83, of It was explained that glass heaven: a woman clothed with
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rnndnrtMl for front. are hiro during the Christmas holidays Vocelle, a maintenance mechanic. TO-I may be effectively used to bring In the sun, and the moon under her
advertising'
-chargeable -- visiting his family. lawyer They are members of the 78th I, the sun during the winter and keep feet, and upon her head a crown of

t first Fighter Group, commanded by Colonel it out during! the summer twelve stars And she brought

Too Late to Classify !Mrs. Wm. Crlffis left Tuesday at 1941 after Frederic C. Gray, of Abilene, V forth a man child, who was to rule

noon to return to Tallahassee after will Texas This group flies dally escort The Municipal Voice may replace all nations with a rod of Iron" (Rev :

NoteEach: holiday season I receive spending Christmas visiting friendsIn I of Quincy to heavy bomber armadas hit the old Town Crier. The City of elation 12: 1, 5)). I

numerous requests for the republication Okeechobee ting targets In Germany with their Chicago recently Installed a "mile- The Lesson-Sermon also Includes

of "T'was the Night lie will P-47 Thunderbolts and bombs and long voice" on State Street, which the following passage from the

AFTER Christmas" written In 1038, The Rev. and Mrs. B. B. Locke of lending strafes Nazi communication and was set up by sound engineers of Christian Science textbook, "Sci I

10 I am letting It serve as my column Melbourne were Christmas day supervises supply lines. the Strom berg-Carlson Co. Civic ence and Health with Key to the

for this week. Russell Kay. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Osie Rau- Industry "I'm going to put that sand In a messages can be heard by citizens Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy

lerson. I I cigarette box and heat It up to about 100 degrees a mile away. "As Ellas presented the Idea of the

'TWAS TilE NIGHT AFTER I Farcnheit", said Cpl. Sasanova. -V fatherhood of God, which Jesus

CHRISTMAS Nettie Pearl Rigsbee was homo 00,000( a "Then I'm going to take off This Is no time to let down. In- afterwards manifested, so the Revelator -

for the holidays from Pahokee with I Vocelle my shoes, stick my bare feet In the dustry is failing on a relatively completed this figure with

Twas the night after Christmas, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rigsbee. of the box, close my eyes, and Just dream." small but Important part of war woman, typifying( the spiritual Idea

and boy what a housel I place will The Idea of a letter to Florida's production. The battle to control of God's motherhood" (P. 662:3-7): ), 'f
I
I felt like the devil, and .0 did the new Inflation
governor started when Sgt. Mc on wage and price fronts V

spouse Mr. and Mrs. Delton Harden left cabinet Rae, shivering In England's cold and is a long way from won, warns Business Share the advantages of airmail

The eggnog und turkey and candy yesterday to return to their home damp winter, began thinking of Week In Its current "outlook", with others-use V-Mail.

were swell, In Miami after spending a week here secretary surf, hot sun and palm trees The

But ten hours later they sure gave visiting relatives and friends. The sergeant met Cpl. Casanova and Cpl. -

me hell. born In Richardson at lunch the same day

Mrs. Frances Harlow, now tech and found that both had been think. ,I, \

The stockings weren't hung by the Ing In Pahokee, was the holiday ily. lie ing the same thing.

chimney with care, guest of Mr. and Mrs Boehmer at lanta law "Next to a one-way ticket home," '

The darn things were sprawled on the Indian Reservation iccd law Cpl. Richardson stated, "it wouldbe H. N. WEBSTER

the back of a chair, lie the nicest Christmas present a
was
The children were nestled all snug The Lions Club had a Christmas Floridian could receive"

in their bed, tree at their Ladies Night meetingon I Although none of the three has

But I had a large cake of Ice on my the 21st, and an Informal dance, county Ga, flown over Germany, they, and Heating and Cooling

head. which was greatly enjoyed by a con practice the other specialized ground personnel ;

genial crowd. The meeting this Vocelle at their station, have contrib- I

And when I finally dosed off In a week was a routine business meet- torney uted a great deal to the 78th Group'lrecord

rap, Ing. River of destroying over 375 Nazi I I
COMMERCIAL
The Ice woke mo up when It fell In REFRIGERATION
I 9.10.: lie planes in the air and on the ground, ,
my lap. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Raulersonof Beach according to the commanding of I
Then for some unknown reason, I Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Connie 1933 and ficer. HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING I lilt. C

wanted a drink, Raulerson of Fort Lauderdale, were
dent in Upon Sgt. McRae rests the responsibility -
So I started In feeling! my way to visitors spending Christmas in Okee- of supervising
repair
Before a
the sink. hobee visiting at the home of their was crew and seeing that the Thunder Sales and Service I I

parents, Mr. and Mrs Peter Rau bolts In
weekly 2,000 horsepower engine is
I got along fine 'till 1 stepped on lerson. Mary's. perfect condition for Its deep pen RIDGEWOOD DRIVE and EUCALYTUS ,

the cat, tory etration Into Nazi territory. Cpl.
I don't recall Just what occurred Mrs. Rao Boettger, chairmen of
Last HERO"I Casanova, In preparing menus and
Fla.
Phone
after that. the Red Cross Christmas Seal commIttee dent of. food, keeps up the morale and Sebring,. 199 0_ V
p When t came to, the house was all requests that those who still and health of pilots and ground crew-

flodded with light, have seals on hand which they do Vocelle' men, while Cpl. Richardson maintains \

Altho under the table, I'm as high not care to buy, return them to her, vehicles which much be In
mitt of
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as a kite. ao that ahe can turn In her final have six good condition to carry heavy loads

report to headquarters. members over England's lanes and

While visions of sugar plums dancedIn the The text of the letter to hlghwaYI'I''/ i
my head, Edgar Lovvorn of Chicago, III., arrived ernor follows! gOV-I' I
the
I somehow got up and then went In Okeechobee last Friday "Your Excellency:

back Into bed. afternoon and spent Christmas here : Two All I
three of us are Floridians and
to wandering mind with his parents, Judge and Mrs. J. see high
Then what my all
I three of us are proud of It. We :
should appear, E. Lovvorn. He left Tuesday for have two aims In life; the first is I SupportUNTIL I

But a miniature sleigh and eight Clowlston where he spent some time to beat the Nazis and Japs, and the
reindeer. before returning to Chicago.
tiny I second Is to get back to Florida and

our families. Since taking care of
The sleigh seemed to change to a Mrs. E. H. Walker of Fort Myers the
first aim will delay accomplish ,
red fire truck arrived In Okeechobee this week I
ment of the second for awhile, we I
And each reindeer turned Into a and Is spending some time here with II I
have been thinking of the Christmas
bleary-eyed buck.I Mr. and Mrs Hulon Walker and
present that will bring home closest
knew In a moment it must be old family. THE LAST
Nick. to us. KNOCK i
"Our decision has been finally
And I tried to cry out but my The Rev. M. E Myers and family
made and the would like
gift we
tongue was too thick. were greeting their many friends In i
OUT BLOW IS DELIVERED TO
town on Thursday, as they returned most is a box of Florida sand. We j
have an itch to rub our feet In it
Then the old devilwhistled and to Avon Park from a holiday visit
and make believe we are back on the
shouted with glee with :Mrs. Myers' mother at Boynton beaches of Florida. i THE AXIS POWERS IT IS OUR

While the bucks pawed the earth Mr. Myers was exhibiting a truly i
"Trusting that, as Florida's new
and looked daggers at cal Christian forbearance in the fare of
govenor, you will take care of the
Then ho called them by name, and blowing tires and various other JOB AT HOME TO CONTINUE
desires of her sons In service, we
the names made me shudder, I trials his friendly smile as spontaneous :
are yours sincerely, V
When, I heard them I felt like a as ever.

ship minus rudder.\ Also Sgt.Cpl. McRae Casanova : BACKING OUR ARMED

:Mr. and :Mrs. Vernon Reeves had
Cpl. Richardson."
Now Egg-noc, Bacardi, Four Roses as their guests on Christmas and
Sgt. McRae was born at Quitman, FORCES BY
and Brandy, for several days Mrs Reeves' brother Miss, and educated at Graceville i BUYING

Now Fruit-Cake, Cold Turkey, Gin and his family from Birmingham High School and at Bowling Green,
Rickey and Candy. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Garlington,
Ky., Business Institute. His parents
To the tip of his dome, to the top and James and Laurens their sons Mr and Mr. William D. Mc- :
Also sister Mrs. Nell White, from
of his skull, a Rae, live in Graceville. Before enlisting MORE
Now whack away, crack away with Anniston, Ala., and another sister In the armed forces In December War Bonds
thumps that are dull.\ with her husband, Mr. and Mrs. J.
1941, he was in the lumber I
J. Barton, of Ococe, Fla. ,
business with his father. He has I
Then In a twinkling I felt on my been serving _
overseas since December
Ii
roof Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovlt 1942. i '

The prancing and pawing of each entertained their friends Christmas Cpl. Casanova was born and edu.
afternoon from three to five o'clock
cloven hoof :
cated at Tampa. His wife, Mrs
How long thla went on I'm sure I with open house at their homo in I Rose Okeecliote
Mary Casanova, and three chil.
can't DeBerry Gardens County
say dren live at 2101 St. John's St. He i
But It seemed like eternity, plus a has been serving overseas since
The Okeechobee In
long day. County puota August, 1943. .
the Sixth War Loan Drive is nearer
Cpl. Richardson was born and educated -
fulfillment today due to the subscription Bank
But finally the night after Christmas In Tavares, and was con

had passed of $1,000 by Standard Oil nected with a trucking concern be- ,
And I found I really could think Company ( Ky.). fore his I
entrance
to the AAF
In
good at last. Mr. S. R. Ralfsnlder, the rom.pany' August, 1942. He married an EngHsh 1 Phone 15

So I thought of the New Year, a local agent at Okeechobee, girl, Mrs. Ruby Richa'rdson
few days entered the subscription for Stand : on Deposits Insured through
away March 25, 1944, and she lives In a Federal Deposit
And I've made me a vow that notemptt'r ard Oil, and received expressions of village close to his base. His Insurance Corporation
appreciation from the Committee.Mr. "A ; parents -
can
sway Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
B. Richardson
Relfsnider, well known In this OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
live In Tsvarea. I : I
I'm sticking to water, don't even community, stated that the action of ; C. H. McNULTY, President. N. BAT CABBOLL
.
V VU. ,, ....
want Ice, the Standard Oil Company was taken / Persons requesting change of M. :T. WHIDDEN, CashierC
For there's as an expression of the genuine
nothing and
as tasty dress
for their piper will do .d-I M. Meserv 1. M. Rot, Sr. I, 0
Pearce
All.
nothing as nice, Interest of the organization In the fsver by giving the old address lekba.

The nlKht after New Years may success of tie Sixth War Loan In well as the new.
Okeechobee and I I 1,=- .
bother some guys. County In the State. ------- -- -- -
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*IIID\Y, DECEMBER 29, 1941 THE! OKEECBOBEE NEWS

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/" Legal Ad vertisemenb" 'I NOTICE CNDER FICTITIOCg N"IIII: : IN THE': CIRCI'lT COURTOf TUB ",11be taken SI oOnfuiwed by laM" defendant. ,INOTICK TO CItUITIII18: ,
LAW NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCC1T OFK1ORIDA IN TUB l'OtI'I' OF 'HIM ('OUNTtJI
TO \vn6M IT MAY CONCERN : IN AND l'Olt OKEBC1IOBEE : It la further ordered thut thla order 'DOI3. OKKiCllOIILI! COUNTVi
IJ.OTKE' I I Notice la hereby glren that the ('OI'N'I'Y. IN CHANCERY be published once a woe'k for fourcuuaocutlve FLORIDA IN IMtOBim ftIn .
fil, or INTFNTIUN TO SELI. NOTICE OF .tNM'U, MfKTIXJt ; : unch-rBlcrned, puriiiant to the "Flctl- r.\'IN!' NO, 01S weeks '" '"" OkeechuheeNuwa re : Fstate of ) : '
NOTICE' LANI1i I I <> NT<*( KIIOI-!>!;KH OK tlona Name Rtntntct," Ilouae mil No. Carrie Kc'iicllo Iteod, ) I a newspaper\ published In aald XMIIIam M. l.ncius. ) t
| i is nniniY
GIVEN that, .. ohKrCIIOUrK; ('OU'iTIUNK 1175 Chapter 200'p.l, Iaw of Florida" IMiilntlff j County and State Deceased >.It
frursunnt 2011'iS, I.nwa to of Section Florida 11. (I). chapter I 'I'he iintnuil inoetlng\ of tho StockhiilderH Acta of ]\1941 will rcgluter with the TIleorgo I Datuil tbla 2Hlb clay of November To All Creditors and Persona HavliU
and Section' Ii7 Acts of Laws 1911 if okeuholue County Bank. abnnMnff Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for ( W Reed 1944. Claims or !Demand Agalmtt Suii
of Flnrliln Acta Chnptor of lint. 11717 amended corporaton under the Itiwtof Okeechnbeo COUIIII' Florida. upon receipt Defendant I HOY R. UAULKItSOV, Lslute: ,
by Keetlon 11, ( hnpter 2003N us. I.aw. ofFlnrliln the Hlnto ot Florida will he held of the publication of onnrit TO Arrn\H Clerk Circuit Court You anil lath of 5011 are herebyiiiillfled
,
Aril of 1141. ,mid nlio nitr. nn ITrldiiv the 12lb liny of Jimimrv. i thli notice the fletltloua name to wit : rnr! STVTF: FTORIDA I By Sophroula Pease D. C. anil reciulred to priaent any
annul' to Section 4J. A, II. 1941 nt three o'clock In the afternuoii I MAItKHAM BH01IIEUS: & COMPANY : (Circuit Court 8..01)IlIry ) I clnlius and demnn which you or
20722
laws of Florida Art*Chapter of 1041 in at tho place of boolnc.1 of. I under which we are engaged In bin To GKOHGU W REED, AdJreii UNknown !\ Snnderfur Bchuhnan, either of >'oti. mny have agntnst the
amended hv: Section 19, Chapter 23070 mild ciirpnrntlnn In the City of Okeeilmbee Ineia In the City of Okeechobee Florida I i Attorney for I'mlullfC istue uf XVllliam M Lucius. deiniaed -
which t lino. or nt It li ordered thnt i __ I
laws of Florida Arts nf 1043. midSection Florida nt herehv yon nrruiiilrid lnt of said County, to theciiintv
41 Chapter 20722, laws ofFlorida. the, line' to which mild meeting mny I 'I'hat the pardon Interested In mid to appear on the Dth dny of KOTKROkiechobee < Judge of Okcwhobee Comity,
Acts nf 1141. ns amended bv bi ndjonrned n Board of Director for buxlncga enterprise are aa followaW. : February, 1947, before Urn above entitled I CoiintT: llcirlcla, Florida at bla office In the court
Section 21 Chanter 22U70, Inwe ol the ensuing year will be elected, and I A. Markham SrO court, to the hill of complnlnt December 11. 1044.NOTICK bnuso uf Hnld Counly at Okeec'hnbee.
J lo'IIln..11 of inn' the following'I for the traimncton of imh other bnsl- I I, Markham I filed ngnlnat von In the above en. II IILKim dlVIA thntpuraiiaiit I'lorldn. within eight calendar months
described Inncl, 11 In Okcechoboe l'ounty.1 111I..n that mnv properly come before K. L Markhnm titled ( ntme and the Okeechobeo Newila I to Section B of Chapter from the tlmi. of be first publication
rinrlda to,wit : .,, meeting. I II W. A Markhnm Jr. hereby denlgnated ai the ncnapnper l-J'iil, Lawa of rioililn> Ada nf 1917: nf thla notice lach! claim or dtuiundshull
Lot 1 to 4 Ino" mid 7 to 12 lu..,. Dnted at Okeechobee, Florida thlflth : Dated nt Okeechobee, Ikeechobee, In which this order .hull beiul known us the MI'KIMIY ATI. and In hu In writing. and shall state
Illk HI, South Okewhobee I I intb dny of Decurabcr A, D 1W4. I It County, 1" lorldn, Normlier lutb, 11)14 'I | >llnlu, .d oiuo> n wcik for four (I) I rnr.oallt'e of (hnpter JflHTH' I.aw a nflorldn (he plate, nf residence anil post office
Lots 10( 11. 12 and 13, Bile 208 (Corporate Seal) BA"J.I -- coiianiillve> weekaU1INKSS > Ado of 1'Ml known na the ,uddresa of he claimant and shall be
City of Okeechnbee OhLKCHOBKE COrNTT NOTICEOKEFCIIOBCE the Honorable \. OI tnHIII.\III':8: DRAIN. nr: DII. HWurn to .by tbe clalnmnt. agent or
Lot II. Blk. Kid. CIt, of OkceChobee By M. '1'. Wblilden I fOUMV. n.OUIDA anner na Jmlgo of thin Court and 'J'IIII"AI"\ the followlnu described ntorni'ir and: any aucb cliiliu or de
Cnahler : the Knit nf thla Court In tb. Cltv ofOki'erholice Innil altnnteil In Etergladca Drainage. maud not ao filed alinll be vnd.
Lot 7 and 8, Blk 189 City ofOkeechobee 1 lee 29 2tNOTICK November 17 IW*. Okeechobee> County, Flor- IHHtrlct, In Okcechol Conntv, 'lorliln ( LAItLNCi: U. II L'Il'S. .
be offered fur ante at publicoiiicrv
NOTICE' II IinitEBY OIVEN that iln this :2Mb dii)' of December. 1941 will and heat caah As executor of ( he Last Will and
Lot 10 lilk 118. Cltv: of Okcechobee 1 piirauant to Section 0 of Chapter 1I(1Inwa ;! ( (('In'lilt Court Real) for the the highest right of the Trufiteia 'lestauient of
OF INTF'NTIO'* TO I of I' Inrlcln. Ants of 19)7.:) known IOY! 11. RAILEROOV' bid aubtect the to Fund \\lllliini M uclua, deceased
Lot 11 and 12, lilk. 130, City of OFLI. LAND In. the KI'IIY ACT, and In puraunncu Clerk Circuit (Joint.Okeechobee and of of Ibo Internal Board of Improvement1 Cnmmlasloneri' ofhurglmlea First publication Nu\c.mber 3. UllOf
Okeechohce vorirn 111 iiEitrnv nivr.v: thntpurannnt of chapter fflHIW, I,ana of Florida. Cuiint\'. riorldaBy Dl.trlcl to reject -----.
Lot., Blk 103, City of Okp to Section 11 (I), ChanterSWIW I I Act of 11141. known na the F.VKH Sophronln I'enae D C'I am nnd nil lirnlnnge hl 1"1< at the Cniirthoniie, I .!'i1'l'y' AITIUAriON FOR
chohee. T.a"'a of Florida' AcH of 1041, I (, I.AI>PS DUAl\AiE DIS1KICT ACT. T. XV. Conely. JrSulli hurlnnlng; nt in'no o'clock A, M on the I TlI: >KH>
nnd Section Ii7, Chapter UT17, La"'inf I the following dmirlbed land ultuntedIn I lawn of 1015Notlee :
Will he offered fur inle ot publl.out..r Itor for rinlnlirf 1Mb;' (In)' of January. 1013. Aa to allpniccla ,
for the highest and heat caul Florldn Actn nf 1011 nil amended Fverglndea Drnlnnffe Dlatrlct In Oe..2HtlIS of more. Is hereby' given that F. It.
eiT Iniid tin ncrea or
lild subject to the right of the Board bt Section 11 Chapter 200 A. lawa ofPtoilda i Okeeihnbi-e C"ullly. Horlda will he 1, and Wright holder of Tax Certificate
I nf Commissioners of Fverglnd.. I>rDI'I..Ie Aetii of 1041, nnd aluo ,pnr. offered for inli at public outcry fur title to one hnlf of petroleum will 1 :No. I'-:IflH, Issued the 2nd day ofAugust
.. of other minerals
I I' THE op lI'r..fou"l.
D'strlet n"I1I0nrd! of Coinily mint to Koctlon 42 Chapter !072!. the hlghcat nnd belt on ah bid aubjectto I cincrir COURT Tnn he resorted bv Trustees of the Inter, A D 1UL'6, baa filed same Innn
NINTH JUDICIAL CIBCUIT OP .
Acta of Ift41 the rlifht of the Iruateea of the
CoiiiimkHoiierH of Okeechobee Lnwa of riorldn aninended office him made application for
.
funtv Fnsementa for
and of the FLORIDA IN AND FOR OKEEfHOBEB nnl Improvement Fund '
hv Section 19 Chapter 22079 Internal Improvement I'und 1 a lilt Deed to be Issued there-on Said
Floridii: lo '
rcji cr any and all Mils, ntthi mud right nf wm. 200 feet wide will
> (Courthouse beginning nt 10 '00 Tuna of rinrlda Acta nf 10IR: and Board of Commlmiloiieri of CverxludeaPriilnnKo COUNTY.IN he reserved hi' anld Trusteea from Certificate i-inhracea the following desirlliul .
clock A. M. on the isth day of December. Sectlnn 41 Chapter 2(1722( I.awa of Iil trlrt to reject anv and CHANCERY.10M imrcel through which there Is an property. In tha County nfOkeiehohc'e
, 1944, Knar-moat: for drainage Flnrliln. Act nf 1IM1 aa amended bvSiTtlon all blda. at the Courthouse, heirlnulnKat DIXO.N ) any existing atate road and eaaimerit for Stnto of Florida to.wit:
22079. Jnw..r 10 00 o'clock' A.M. the 1Mb day Plaintiff ) ; I
21 on
Chapter
nnd reclamation and rood : drnlnnge nnd reclnmntlon and for Lots 1 to 12 Inc., leas 102 and
pnrpoieiwill of 1W1! the followingdiaerlbed 1944. Aa to all pnrcclaof VI. ) '
be referred anil fifty percent riorldn Acta of December, rond purpnatMc will he ,reserved and 8, Blk T, Wright i First Addition
Inniln In Okeechohee County. land of title to LII.IHN DIV.ON.Defendnnt.. )
len acrea or more
(50" ) of all oil KB* and mineral' fifty percent (W* ) of all oil. gna and .
.
rights will\ alo be reserved, Flnrliln towlfInti : one-hnlf of petroleum and tbree.follrth.or ) mineral rights will he reserved bY the The nawsmnent" nf snld propertynuclei .
1 to 4 Inc, Blk 22 lllveralde other mineral will bo reaerved by Caae No. (ill: snld' Certificate Issued In
ROVRD OP COMMISSIONERSOK !' llnnrd of Cnmmlsslnners of Everglades was
EVnitULAEDS I'nrk 11/11. TniHteea of the Internal Improvement ORDFK OF 1-lULICtTIOV Drnlnnge District' the nnme of B. R. Wright
DISTRICT DRalNACB will be offered for anlo nt public out. Fund Eaaeuienla for road right of It appearing by affidavit to the Lnta 1J: nnd 13, Blk E, Southern I'nlc-ss mild Certificate shall be re
and cry for the hlghcHt nnd, bent r..h| hid way .WO fiet wide will be reserved by Bill of Complulnt, In n ault for divorce IMnea 8/D deemed according to law property de.irlbccl .
BOVKD OP COUNTY TOM.MISSIONGHS mibjert to the right of thn Board ofCiiiuinlHiilnnera aiild Truateeifrom any parcel through filed In a came pending In S'i of Lot 2 and All Tot 3, Blk therein alinll he sold to the
nf Kvergliuli Drain wblch there li an eilatlng atate road) the Circuit Court In and for Okeetbohee highest bidder nt Courthouse door
OK OKENUIO aire Dlxtrlit and/or Board of CountyrominlfiBloncrit : and enaenieut for drainage and reel a.mntlon wherein Tom II.) Ho\nl Oaks Addition
Florida he
County "n I flrnt Monday In the month of
BEE
COINTY FIORIDAHy Beg 7 cha S of NW Cor of NW Jnf
of Okeechnbee CnnntvI'liirldn and for road will bereserved
purpoaea Dlxon: la plaintiff and Lillian Dlxonla January 1943 which
hAtLEIHIOS.f'h'k I tbe lat
I. day
KOY It SWM. run S 120 ft. E 030 ftN .
to reject nnv: and' nil hliln, and fifty percent (1100or defendant thnt diligent aearch and of Januarv 1941.
of the Circuit Court cl 507 ft. XV 300 ft. 8 7 eha. W
nt the Conrthonae. beirlnnlnff at 10:00orlock all oil and mineral rlghte will
gua Inquiry have been made to day December'
Okeecbobee County Florldi, A. M, on the 11th day nf Janiinrv be reaerved 'by the Board of Commieloncre the realdence of aald defendant, and 110: ft. See. 11, Twp. 34, Rge, 1041. .
ai agent for snld Boards. 1IM1. Knaemcnt for drainage of E\ergladca Drainage Dli- :m. 4'% acres
the mine la .ct forth aa la known ; ROY n
11AUIERBON.Clerk
By SopbronU Pease. and reclnmntlon and rnnd, \pnrpiim-a trlctLota. that defendant la a resident of the Lnta 1 to 11: Inc, Blk 4(1( City otOkeechohee Circuit Court .of
Deputy Clerk will he reserved. and fifty percent 2 and 8, Blk 171, City of State of Horlda but aba conceala Okeei'holier County Florida
f CW"r } of all oil, ifna and mineral Okeechobee.THPSTFF1 herself an that procesa cannot be perannally lot 1 to 1% nc., Blk 47 City of -
,right w'\111 RIAO! be reiiervndHlill aerved her, and that OkeechobeeBOUtD .
IV THE COtTNTT JT1DOB:'S COURT OK COMMISSIONERSOF : : OF TUB INTERNAL there la upon In the Male of OF COMMISSIONFRSOF :
no
OKEECnOBEBCOUNTY. FIORIDAKntno FVFIiC.TADKS DUAINAon IMI'KOVFMENP I..sn OF TUB person F.VtIWr.AIIE:4: DRAIN.
of
Florida the acrvlce a auhpoena upon
of WILLIAM M. LUCICS DisrincrBOMID STATE OF FLORIDA whom will bind the defendant 'HE DISTRICT! ELECTRICAL WORK
'
Deceased. alld TKI STM'S: OP THE INTER-
The State of Florida : To all per.aoni OF (OUNTT COM. UO'1I0 OF COMMISSIONER* OF that she la above the age of twenty- N\L IMI'ROXTMENT IT'NDOK
tntereated la tht eatate of laid MMSIONFHS OF OKFFUIOBJB EVERGLADES DltAINAGE one yeara that her laat known addresa THE STATE OK FLORIDA
decedent COl'MV: FI01UDABy DISTRICT la General Delivery Jacksonville .
: P. P. EVANS
Florida It la therefore o"l.re.ltbat
Yon are hereby notified that a writ noK. KAUIF.KSON.lerk Bv ROY R. ItArtERsoN. Agent
ten Imminent purporting to l>e the <' of the Circuit Court ofOkeei By Roy K. Kauleraon. Agent for Trua. the aald defendant, LI 11 Inn Dlxon for 'Irnstds of the Internal Im.
cant will and testament of aalil decedent .hohee County Florida, teen of tbe Internal Improvement be and ahe la hereby required to r.rov..II.lIt Fund and for Board
hna been admitted te probate an agent for aald BoardaBy Fund and for Board of Commmla- i appear to the Bill of Complaint filed nf Commissioners of EvergladeaDrnlnnge HOUSE WIRINGWILSON'S
ISUl-lIltOMA PEASE. loners of Evergladi.a Drainage I In siikl cause on or before tbe 1st dny Dlstiltt Okeeehobee
In
said Court.
Deputy Clerk Dlatrlct, Okeecbobee County Florida. I of January, A, D 1943 otherwljo the County. Florida,
within
Tou are hereby: commanded J ec.13,2'J,21) I allcgatlnna ot aald Bill of Complaint Dec.13,22.29!
all: calendar month from the datef ,
the flrit publication of tbla notice
to In mid court and ihowcauie
appear --- -- -
If any you ran, why the action
of aald court In admittingaald
will to probate ihould not stand un.revoked. .

T. W. CONELT JrConntv . . .. I. .d.llr.. . .

I Couny: JndfeOkeechobee Fllorldt . . . . .11. ,_. . .

(County Judge a Seal) .

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NOTICE OF ATPIir"TION FORT
.*\ DEED .
1 Inw of 1931
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Notice la hereby given that R. KIlamrlck -
and Annie B nnmrlrk. hli .
wife, hnldera of Tat Certificate* No. .
110. 117, IIS, ITO I 1M>, 1H.1 1M. 1W
170 171 171: 174, 173 176 177 ISO,
1 1. 1 2iW, 21MI :302. :10,1. 1 I1/1. 307 :309. 110
Bllt. :.120 .122 :324, :32.1. 327. 320 330
:.111. 311. 334. Issued the :Ird day of
September. A. P. 11)21; 72B and 727
l.sned the 5th day of Augiiat. A. D,
Itt.M) : 17J to 1S2 Inclusive. Issued the
j flth dy of .Tune. A. D. 19.12. and 1S07 ANNOUNCES .t
{.ailed the 7th day of August A. D. : __ ,, ;. it
10U: haa filed mine In mv office \ .
; hna made application for I .. .
Itt Deed to he lasuetd thereon Said .
Certificate unbraces the following described -
property In the County olOkeechobee -
S
Stnto nf Florida to wit: /l1te AI9I '-AA.
5R14 of SEV4 of SEV4 SWV of
6\\vt ft SKV4: and KEV4 or M5,J ,
of SXVM.: I'IW'4 of SF.4 of sxvvj :
I IoIW',. of SWV4 of 8Vt NH of8W .
I < of SW'< and W of MXV
< %
ft SW<4 : all being In Section 1, TO POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK FEEDERS -
, Townxhln 37 S, Range S5 E. .
I ALSO HE'of NKi of NEViiof
SE'4 SKV of NE'. E',4 ot -
NE'4 of SEV and NW14 of SE'4i
I Nt:... of SEV4 and NW% of Purina Chow, Purina Sanitation Products, and .
IIt r,. of Sb<4 ; NVi of bWVot
SEVi. 8H of 8\V'i of -
;
Purina Farm available
at store.are
8EV4 SE'i cf SF.i; of bEVil Supplies now our .
.
.
NW'4 of M '4 of N\V4 and NIJ..
of N'XX 14 of MVH : 8\X'i4 of NXVW .
ffon.: 4 nnd XVK of 8XV 4 of
: r.NEt.; of S\\' of 8\VVi -
, s'{, of SXX 14 of "MX"' NH of pleased to announce that we have been appointed the
I I'It:'. of SVi : 8Hj of fcfcV4 uf .

all 8W\4 being, NXVV In Section of :" \\'<2,4, 'lownshlp of fe\X',4. authorized Purina Farm Supply dealer in this community. In our .

37 S. Range 35 E, ALSO AllIII. 1 and .
sanitation will affectfarmers'
locks" 1 to 8 Inctimlve Shadow opinion, proper feeding, management
lawn SubcUlslon of 8<4 of NXVV4of .
I 8XXVI of Secllnu 3, Township income in the future more than any other factors. Our
.
37 S, Runge 33 E. ALSO KF.V ofNE -
\4 of NXX'H' SXX"14 o* NBli.of thorough study convinces us that the Purina programs are some '

, NX\' t. E1", of 81::'/. of NXX 1/4 NV6of .
StVi of SWW. all belnjr In Section of the best available. _
HI Townablp X7 8, Him 19 31E
ALSO KM of NE'i ; bEVi of .
I NXXi4 of NE'St.: of 8\\4 We are ready now to supply you with any feed needs-supple

ot bLi/4 S\X'. of NU::>/ of l'Wt. -
and fetW of NXVV of NW'. ; ments for your grain, complete feeds, special feeds for calves, dry

1 of IHV'4 NXX C of \S\\\of, S>4 W\i.oiof ; IIE'4I E'A. .. cows, breeder flocks, turkeys, dogs, rabbits-any animal or bird ..

I a\vyt.; NEVJ of hxvu ofBH SW% ;
I of 8\\'''' of 8\V'/4, all belug I on the farm. Also, a Sanitation program to help prevent disease .
Section 11 Township 37 h,
In Itange 33 E, ALhO .Nto of NEVof and parasites, and a new line of Purina farm supplies. .
NEH uf Sfci* : 8i';. of SEV4 of
NEt. f liE!. : \\'Ii or Nt;'. lit .
1'\\\\ : Wt ot N\\'t. : 8Et ofIIt4
N\\'t. : t:", of l'E'4 of OTHER SERVICES AVAILABLE AT OUR S'iORE -
', "o' M4 o' SW'4 .
HXX i. 8t; I .
Nfc'4 of SE14 of SNXii NE',4 ofhxvy
t of HXXI. MXU of 11\\1, of -
SW4 and 8'j of 8\\ (4 of s\\4 ; B.
HAY & GRAIN
.:IJ... of NXX'4 of SXX4. all being .
In Section U. Township 37 8,
Itango J3: E. ALSO N'X of M.V4 FARM SUPPLIES -
StV4 of NE', Nt'<. V.JV .
SW/4 of MX'4\ and 5iXV% of
of MX' V4, all being In Section, 14 POULTRY EQUIPMENT .
'lownahlp 37 S, Range 33: B.
'1'ho asHcsument o( siil.1 property -
under sul.l tertlflcatea Issued were In SEEDS FERTILIZERS'
B, C. ; .
the nauiea of J. 8. Cocbran
Kctfe, E. J. Schramp, Max: Safer .
Jacob Rotbwell, 8, O Orlinberg, A. & INSECTISIDES .
C Moorubc'ad. Waude II. Kite Ida K.Altman. .
C'hss. C 8b rman Rob?"
Pretchard. Muaaapa( Corp, OkeechobeeCompunv. BABY CHICKS & TURKEY POULTS .
llambo* Porter. E t.
Bailey Hmel O. Blackwell, Roy C. .
Bryant. B. K:. I'lcrce Nathan J. Oarfunkel -
': Cilendora Butcher, K. R. Con-
roy Pansy 1. Norton Xalentlua Klatner -

11. :B 1'reel Fordham J. Sihnreri: J. N.: GrIHItb Stanley Colter and C.! ad let U4 you tk jD --- .

II Morrison 'Iruatee.t I
said Certlllcate sbnll be reikLnicd .
ulcss
according to luw. property elcserllied -. u ad Sew1<<4 tve favt to Up If
therein shull he solil to th, .
blithest bidder at the loiirthouae eloornn PURINA
the flr.t Mondnv In the PlUllth "' SANITATION .

of January, 1943 JUU.: which la tho 1st day PRODUCTS .

Daled"thla lit day of December.


1U44. Okeechohee ROY(' R. circuit RAULERSON.lirk County: Court It lurldu.of :. WILSON'S FARMER SUPPLY CO. :-


Circuit Court Seal) -
Okeechobee Fla. .
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