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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1945
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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News of Our 3oys! CRF.AT GOING; REVIVAL ON AT THE IS NOW CHURCH I I'Mrs I Mabelle Ramey Worthy Grand SHORTAGE GROCERIES OF CONTAINERSFOR BEING I Local People At


In Various Gaiapsj! OF GOD IN OKEECHOBEE I Matron' Visited Okeechobee Chapter EXPERIENCED BY STORES State ConventionOf

A great revival is now in progress

At Hom & Abroad I I' chobee at, the Services Church are of inducted God in
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I night at eight o'clock by Rev. W. shop, a bag, or two bags, or a box,

Word rcachm here that Second' W Dykes of Jacksonville.The Mrs, Mabelle Ramey, of Miami, a carton, an express wagon, a wheelbarrow Mrs. Sam Davis, Mrs E. J, Wilson,

Lieutenant Russell V. Dome whoia public Is cordially Invited to j I THE GAD-FLY Worthy Grand Matron of the Order I a gunny sack, a basket, or and the Rev. D. 0. Alderman attended -
serving In the Army Air Force attend these services each night at of the Eastern Star, was thoI the Florida Baptist State
three small children:to'carry
In Italy, has recently been promotedto the church. By Marjorie B. Wallace honored guest of the local chapteron home convention In Jacksonville, held last
the rank of First Lieutenant. The district convention of the the night of the 25th. your groceries. Thlsnlen't meanness week Monday through Thursday
Here I again,
Huz7-buzz. come :
Lieutenant Dome Is the son of Mr. church was hold hero last Sunday A turkey dinner proceeded the on the part of your grocer He This U ,the JOOth year -of work and
1ft: out the swatter! I
and Mrs J. J. Domer of this city I under the supervision of Rov. W. E, meeting. The turkeys were prepared Isn't being Scotch and...savlng bagsto effort by the' convention. A staggering -

and has been serving overseas forth Johnson of Tampa, superintendent, This week 1 flew up iind down by Albert Berka who rushed tie over his head it rains amount of money hits been

past tight months.Mr. I and the district overseer, Bishop Main street, and maybe it is my them, piping hot, all the way from when spent and an Incalculable amountof
pagination, but it truly seemed tome He just hasn't cot any bass. liecan't
Coleman of Vero Beach. Several I j Clcwlston, and who was given a rising good accomplished in this 'cen
and Mrs. John Rhoden re.1 good sermons were delivered bypastors that things looked better almost vote of thanks for his kindness get than for love or money tury of work for God:
'ved letter this week from everywhere. Have you all been the members of the All When he piles your stuff on the
by
: a of the district. and music chapter. Mr. Alderman says, "Missloriary
Milton who is serving with the I was rendered by singer of the dis eking: up a little? Nobody ox- details of the banquet were perfection counter, gives you your change\ and work begins at home and extends In

ed States Third Army in which triet. A mission offering: was taken I poets Okoechobco to blossom forth the tables carrying out In then just stands throelooking at every direction as far es we can
into beauty and perfect tidinessI you, it hurts him '(sofa than It does
ys he Is now In Belgium which netted 33000. their decorations of Florida fruits reach." For this mission work, from
,Id in his letter that the illl.\\ The membership of the local I lover night, but a bit here and there the color of the Worthy Grand Matron you. If you. can't tt better, wear abIll helping a poor struggling church In
">no and the
e had seen General church has almost doubled!, during |lor attention can mako'an amusing yellow. Molly Boettecr, JoAnn Rill miry t groceries the hinterland of Florida, to feedIng -
r ndmg General at the Third the past, four onths while the Sunday I lot of difference In the general Berka and AlvenA Sweatt made in t' it to .U any rate, doai't blame thousands of starving Chinese

WAS recently when he roil I' school has Increased ovor one j over-all picture ver/ quickly. a- trio of attractive and efficient th", t uiv, merchant.. 1I.'sCot trouble under Oho very noses' of the Japs
: e u 'ii-h. i Pop adds, the only
i i em on horseback while It was hundred percent in all departments.If We've all, got to get the habit of waitriHKes. '. tho' Southern Baptists of Florida
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an got .in
you have not attended our sorlces daily neatness, I expect becauseonce The chapter room of the Mason-''. from eyes contributed, during 1944 alone, $739

4 _- \ you err united! to pay u* a I trash piles up it la hard to Ie To.nple was lovely with hundreds'' woiry) 02'.50:! The church In Okeechobea-

I I'' Parkerion, who has been ; VISIt now. J. C. Cox, Pastor dispose of. But once our fair city of gladiolus of every hue, a canopy ,I V allied over $319 last month for

.,ed at the naval base at Meljrne ----v -_ has her face clean again, it shouldnot ot aspgragus tern 'over the Star, and i UD CliniDoing Issioni.. The aim of the Southern

for the past several months, Jr. he much of a job to keep It white baskets of glade at the Star Baptist Convention thin year Is *

left last Saturday after spending a Yls 6a. Padgett clean, if everybody will take just a points Tw the appropriate symbolic greatly increased membership In the

week here with his parents, Mr, and little extra time and trouble. olors. All members wore long Good Work Here church, as well as a broad program

Mrs C. n. Parkerson and family and I El iss Minnie In one hand ,-perhaps I should say white gowns, with) corsages dusky designed to help returning servicemen

Upon his return he was transferred on one wing--the Gadfly brings*'or- pink glade, and as they moved RCC& Equipment and to throw all their weight

from the camp at Melbourne to the Lea Lowry Marry duels for some and skunk cabbage ,through the ritual the picture was Into the big task of reorganizing a

Navy Yard at Norfolk, Va. for a few others, and with the tft.h1r :' ne of irrpressive beauty. troubled world. 40,000 new mem-

I wintf the bouquets are awardedthuely Mrs. Marjorie Wallace was presented Probably not more than a dozen ters is the goal of the state convention -

A letter was received this week The First Baptist church wan tho : i ? as a candidate for decrees, people in Okeechobee know of the for Florida.
I Orchids to: was accepted and Initiated. The fine work being done, week In and
by John Rhoden from Carl Hoffman cem of the wedding of Miss Min i.: Dr. J. B. Rounds, of Oklahoma.
who has recently been transferred nie Lea Lowry, daughter of Mr. and The City Hall. Giounda are neat, ceremony Ii one of great dignity and week out, by the VD clinic In the Superintendent of Indian Missions,
; spite of the necessity of stacking deep religious significance, and was city hall. visitor
to Hawaii and is now in the army Mrs J. A. Lowry of Okeechobee, I'I'n was a to Okeechobee just
few articles In given ail I possible meaning and sol- This clinic of
hospital at that place. lie has been Florida formerly of Fort Pierce, a extraneous for the treatment before> the convention, and on January -

there since January 2nd. Carl says and Robert E Padgett, Jr., on January the back yad. emnity by the accurate and thoughtful the social diseases was established 21st he baptized 22 Indiana
The Southland Hotel New-pin- rendition of those intrusted with In early 1943 by Federal! and State near Immokalee.
in his letter he has recently beento 28 at high noon. The Rev. D.
Honolulu and from what be saw 0. Alderman, pastor of the church, neat grounds. A joy to behold. Ih performance authorities primarily for the select V ,
'Irm Nix and Alto Watford In the Mrs. Ramey, in her address to the ees who were found to be suffering
while there they can keep it becausehe performed the ceremony J. T, Hancock who Is employed atverglades
Tho bride dressed in street opposite corner. No trash In sight. chapter, explained many of the more from syphlllis and other allied
does not want any part of It. was a City left Tuesday afternoon -
length dress of powdre blue crepe General air of being cared for. difficult points of significance In diseases when they took their physical to return to that place after
Paige's filling station Tidy the Eastern Star ritual, with simple examination. Since then the
with cape sleevej. Her accessories I pending several days here with Ml
On Arbor Day trees were planted .sere fusch and her corsage was of I. Gilbert's Chevrolet ,atetione Very larlty. She waft", made an honorary work of the clinic ba..been enlarged I family. y'l' '
end dedicated by the 6keechobee fuacha gladioli. Her only ornamentwas nice, even If you go around buck member of the local chapter, where to take In anybody and everybody o''
schools to former students who and snoop she seemed as much at home as any who needs treatment, and it
a strand of pearls, the gift of Miss Marjorie Coker who has been
have been casualties of war and alar&e the bridegroom. Dr. Coleman's yard. Pretty. other member, and won the hearts will come as a shock to many to a patient in the Fort Pierce hospitalfor
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clump :;i trees was dedicatedto Hunt clean all aroundthe of by her gracious how
Miss Frances Knight and MissDoris Grocery every one present that as many as 109 patients the past ten days, continues to
former students now In the arm Cheshire were the bride's attendants building, although I know It la unaffected and friendly man at a time have been cared for. improve and la expected to be able
ed forces job picking where unloadingand ner. Dr. Steve Johnston started the
a
up
Miss Knight was dressed to return to her home here within
The memorial tree for Herman In a street-length dress of dusty unpacking takes place every Following the meeting refreshments work, with Mrs. Duffy as his assistant. a few d.,..
Watford was dedicated by Donald hour or two every day. They mange of home made cake and cof- When Doctor Steve left
rose jersey. Her corsage was of
Henderson; the tree for Donald though fee were served. Visitors were present town, Dr. Dudley took up the
tea rose gladioli Miss Cheshire was ase. The newer rapid treatments
Barber and the tree for Vernon M. dressed (The next block .west on this aide from Ft. Pierce and Miami and work but was forced by Illnessto
In a street-length dress ot till In an experimental stage, can
King, by Betty Jane Whlddon; of well Mrs. Graham from the Pahokee
the street- we have prom. retire Since then the work has under
orchid wool. Her corsage was ol only be given hospital care
Herbert Rhoden dedicated the tree will chapter, who Is Grand Instructor been
ses. So we withhold our under the direction of Miss
lavender at theee
gladioli. Jack Coker and The treatment now given
for L. P. Mercer and Sammy Alderman Damon Walker were groomsmen, stings until we see what happens played the piano, furnishing thefinal Florence C. Ferry, a Medical Technologist clinics is slower bulls, not usually
the tree for Pete Leltner. Also until after the next city conn finishing touch to a perfect graduate of Columbia's bacteriological
]Music was by Miss Betty Mason I severe, and In the very worst case
cil meeting. Who would ever think occasion. school, with postgraduate
Mis Betty Jane Whidden sang "I can at least arrest the disease be-
Bridal Shower Love You Truly" hat a few fence posts could stir up I The next stated meeting of the training In laboratory diognosis for.' It causes insanity Here is a

AtWoman's A reception was held at the such a tempest!) 0. E, S./will be held in the chapterroom with a great deal ef experience figure' to startle you-aeven lit'on..h.lt

Back orchid next Tuesday night. In this tort of clinical work.
to distribution
our MILLION people ,
Lowry home la the afternoon, lire. are crazy
Club For Sam J Davis served the wedding nice purple oae to the Park Dreg| Y However, lllsl Ferry' aaya that the moat of them In asylums, frcas

cake after the bridal couple had store for clearing and cleaaiaff ay Hisses Betty Barber Perrilee clinic la gravely hampered, hy the this terrible scourge to humanity

Mrs. R. Padgett cot the first slice, and !II 1'1. W E. the lots next to their bail'I.,.. Hunt Sylvia Snell Juenlta Pearce lack of a local doctor"alae there older than history, still one of the

Wise, sister of the bride, presidedat And ODe to the OkMchebe Hardware and MaryLenaWatfordJeft Ken are iltoatloaa which tea lot a greatest killers of the bonsai race.

the pinch bowl store for the careful clicking day to retarn U PUrld. ; State College qualified physician cam ha.dl*. .... Tho eeet of the care i la about ISM
of fence post aid pipe then Daffy has been with the duds
a Tallahassee
Mr attended at after ipadiaf '
.rs. R. X. Padgett, Jr., the Area Padgett school la per patient
Mlnal Lea Lowry wee oatertelaed Pert Pierce and Is a senior la the property Her U chapter'gal the week end herewith' their families since it started a.d aaytral etherassistants Since the clinic started It bas Inused -

at bridal ibewer at the Womaa'e Okeechobe high school.Ur. verse of ny gespel of tie straight I gave ....1 .MBptoyed avarleue 101 health cards. Boss of

Club .t 4BO: p. m. Thursday, February Padgett attended scheet In line. Can yen Imetfse the** posts r times. At prcacat, Mrs. them were Issued t. people found

1. The hostesses were th. Okeechoboe and li In the stock left flung down I la truck load allover The Paren-Tach Association Laurence Stewart A. helplac, and free of the dioease, some M the**
the place just where they! happened dee the desk work wkw th* clinic .
.1.... Betty Maetn, Deals Cheshire, raising business with his father. holts the early February meeting who have bee cured by the treatment
Mildred Oat-of-tova gooits Included Mr. to light I. la prof res*. KUx Ferry 4oo *. The law rsqulrt many
Morgan Prances Knight aad la the- school ..4J rlgm lest
Betty Jess Whidden. and Mrs W. E. Wise, and Ur. and Aa orohid to the Ford garage, t.., Thartday night at'llOO .'cl" tII. the earn work
Mr. lamed 'f. Spooner of because they pare that aivtagtrag' a OeSeto and'RrtfeqatJc; aad although the taw It not afercod
Fort
The gift were I brought out OK a presideatMri, ...,J.. Boettcti Mia
wheeled float decorated for th* ore Pierce; hff. wed Mrs.. A. J. White caa be orderly falls MI' for a fall atteadaao' to eeisldetImportantmatters. A treat help t','h lenalj cHain ha a*' it should 1 be'tnBy out and !ia front and U ba k. been the tertcatUAtr for gulp .
have
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oasloa la Ague and ',..110'. The and ** : -Yr and Mrs. Sam MeKeAtl 011 .for local Industries take the
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bride was the receiver of many aid children of Sebring.Illaml'Airechiical All the rest of the erchldj'u'cj -t ''''k, His 'ptiabeth 'Steil' of'Jacksonvill blood ,teat ..procured the health
I grand bouquet to Prof. William .- +H ,
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beautiful gift*. Delicious refre.h-I J. C. Johnson left yesterday .orn- ;
: ? for his attractive home greaadt, an Starting oat with practically ao What. doe thin Mr .
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meats were served to the following i Service Command lag t* stun to hfe home at Broehsvllle mean yo', *
Miami' object lesson la aeticuloaa Dcat- equipment, Jkh. clinic sew has a. I OkteehobeeT The who .
Metdamet Leslie Raolerson, B. H'i Fla., Jan E4.-(Special after spending several d.yi woman handle -
Hunt D. 0. Alderman, Cleve Tay : to Okeechobee New*)-Promotion ness, good planting, satisfactory her with hlo, sUter, lira.. Douglas& excellently qalpp4 operatic nom your food, take care of your

fey,'J. A. Lowry, R. B. Pad ett, Rae of Pvt. Maurice L. Durrance of rangement of everything arouad the Thompson.The and ta ante-room wMcfcJi to be baby, teuche ia your house everything
outside of the 110... (U MSI. he Impreved by paint end d t. '
Bocttiger, 0. C. Durranee, W. R. Okeechobee, Florida, to private first remeva that you touch-I* It a pleasant -
Cnoshlre, and Mrs. Letha Pertinger class has been announced at the Miami understood that the Gad-fly,d*.*..'. other,odifetoaa' 'bouquet'lends of voting booths to IIIlke Mom for thought that this woman maybe

and Mrs. Nora Bachard. Air Technical Service Command, venture Inside, anywhere, boeing'ihealthy ; I' Just back'of the southwest. cornerof aa emergency" bed. ',The :Jpratlnrocnt'Is syphilitic? The disease I I. net

Misses dell Tomllnton, Mollle where he I I. serving with the AAP respect for the Flit (...1) our main arose made C.tcb'lt, I / .aatltan, '.1.atf and ard.rly easily communicable, but it It soffielently .

Boettiger, Blolse Collins, faaaell rescue boat maintenance nnlt. Phew! Hero comet the skunk I Benny T tad .* well equipped that a so that the state require
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cabbage. Two of It this (, doctor scald! emergency
corsage perform am health cards for
The boat worker whohandle
rescue
Pearce many
Virginia Parkersen, Eva service It the Haht You missed net I
Louise Bethea. Army Air Force's "n.1')", laving the week The biggest and smelliest to I operation very comfortably' Borneof I food. An even more common
lives that abandoned filling station fast the equipment was fvralfhed by social disease Is "communica
The of airmen who hiphly
crash
guest of honor Mrs Pad. at sea P. S. Just bussed by Joes[ place,
gttt, and the hostess*. I| or in 11f1 111 p., operating various west of the Williams propent I and some of tho' ,above-mentioned the state hut much of It was bought' ble, as many blind people know to
: don't know who owes It, sad it as the need Mr .
-, -V-- i craft from swamp gliders to staunch promises are being carried out. arose by Duffey, their eorrow.Then .
Mr. J. Louie Tarter and three vessels able to put to sea ia any doesa't matter. The place i I. 1 by all There's already 'a ,thirty ',percent who couldn't wait for th. needed la no more Important: placeIn

children of West Palm Beach returned kind of weather and take the worst odds the biggest disgrace to *lallness Improvement around the place.. Let article to 1 be supplied "by cutting Okeechobc than the VD clinic,
buffetinfi of nature.CARDBOARD In the town-thls'slde of Cypress reams ef red tape. whether you like It or not. The
to their home Sunday after the .good work go oa, we piously .
spending the past week here with V Quartets Cast an eye oa It hop 6. The cure for syphlll tak.*, .., town should recognize its real need

her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. B. for sale at Th* the next time you go by, and agree where from 18 months to two year ; and good work and support It ia

Jennings Okeeehobee Newt office. with toe '. Write him tidy us-V-MdL depending upon the state of tie die :I any way possible.

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THE OKEECUOBEK NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 194J

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ol\l'l'dtl1lll'l Ncti( I M. llnrifi'Di of Champaign, 111., are I ; I INL r

spending some time In Okeechobeeas J
Published Every Friday by the the guests of :Mr. and Mrs Geo. I b
Okeechobee New. Co., at Okeechobee -, I
Okeechobee County, Florida !Harden. I !'J
v. Notice to Property Owners of Okeechobee County .

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BRYANT BOWDEN .. Editor LOSTRation Books Three and'
.....IABLE11,$ALV i,"k0.MOW
Filtered n..rrond< rinse matter Jnly Four. Finder pleaso return to the
I. lulh at the Post Office In Okeeoho- Ration Board office Billy
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bee Fla., under. Act of. Mar. 8, 137D. TIME TO REKEW YOUR
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One Year In advance .. . $200
Six Months In advance .. ... 1.00 I Share the advantages of airmail

Three Months In advance'J__ ::.: ...-: I with others-use V-Mall. Gilbert Theatre Homestead ExemptionI

Advertising hilts are payable on the NOTICE ,
l.t of each month Parties nnknown to. OKKECIIOBED:: (COUNTY FLORIDA
publisher required to_pay_ In advance.Ken Jnnunry 10 1IM1. I
NOI-ICB( IS HEUEBY: : GIVES that
din I notlree In local columns 10 mirsiinnt to Section 9 of Chapter 1'121I11..ft" SUNDAY & MONDAY
rent a lire. hates for display advertising of Florida Art of 1937. known
furnished on application. Clnssffled in the MlIIU'liY ACT and In piirsunncf will be at the following places for the purpose of receiving -
advertising :2 cents earn word of Chapter ZWISft. Laws of FlorIdn -
per Insertion. All Item regarding enterprises Arts of 11)41. known as the EVEU.UA1 EDDIE BRACKEN and applications for Homestead Exemption and Tax Returnson
conducted for profit are (; >KS nilAIXAOB: DISTK1CT ACT.
chargeable at advertising rates._ the fullowlnit Inscribed land situatedIn ELLA RAINSIn Real Estate, and on all Personal Property, which includes

-- OkpecholKw F.vorglml) County Drainage Florida District, "'11Ito\ In Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs and Merchandise and etc. I will

Scout Day At the offered hlghi-at for and sale host nt public cnsb hid outcry subject fur appreciate if Property Owners will make a special effort to
Boy "Hail the
tn the right of the Trustees of the'
internal, Improvement Fund and of the' meet me.Fort .
llnnrd of Commissioners of Everglades
Club Here rnlnngi District to reject anY and ,
Rotary 1 nil' hide I 'nt the Courthouse, I Conquering Hero"Also
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it in no o'clock A, M on the 10th day
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at Noon nf"f Inml February of ten 1941.acres As or to more all title parcels to I' : SHOWBOAT SERENADE Drum Precinct No 1 -
Tuesday one half nf petroleum and three.fourths' NEWS ,
"f other minerals nlll he reserved bvTriiHtees I
of the Intermit Improvement I' MONDAY FEBRUARY 5th at Postoffice
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Fund 1.111.rll.,11. for road' right of I ,
It wns Boy Scout Day at the unv mid JflO Trusirrs feet wide from will any he parcel reserved' through.. by I FRIDAY & SATURDAY

Rotary luncheon Tue.dn '. The week u-hlih 'Iliere Is an C' Isthig state Mad:
end enit'Miieiit, for drnlnaffe and, recln Bassinger Precinct No. 2 -..
of February 2 to 8 is Roy Scout nintloti nnd" for root ,vnrpnses will hsi, ,
nation, but r",1, fifty pi'rcent' (10n'11! ) of | "Action In Arabia"with
Week nil the as
over nil nil. ens'' and mlm-ral rights nil) I TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, at Postoffice
usual the Rotarians are ultramodern he rcsi-neil hv the Hoard of Commissfpoert .
of Everglades, ,) Prnlmiuc DIs I
and ahead of the times. trlet '' --
I.nls' 4 nisi 6. !!Ik. L, Southern
Four scouts wore guests and were Pines 8/D I VIRGINIA BRUCE and Potters Precinct r No. 3 ..- I

introduced by their scoutmaster, A. Lots Pines(I and RID 12 Hlk. D, Southern I GEORGE SANDERS

W. Doyle; A1 Hauler son, RelelghRmileraon I.ri IK M 10 ft of Lot 11 and all and WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, at R. M. Durrance's Place
Lot 12. lilk. 10, South Okeerhdhee -
Bill William and Bill
ROY ROGERS
W. E. Lot n tllk. 11, \Vrlglifs First Addition
Phillips. The speaker wa
In"Lights -- Precinct I Ko ..
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Nexsen, of West Palm Beach, who Lot fl, nik. SOT City of Okeecbo- I Utopia -

Council.Is field executive Mr. Nexien of the read Gulf a Stream number l.i.ts Okeechohee bee"T tn 12 hIC" lk. 107, City of of Old ''I THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, at Upthegrove Store ..

Lots 1 I. 2, .1 and 0 to 10 Inc., Blk.
of letter from former scouts E. Southern Pines S/D I

who are now serving In the armed Lot AiliHIloa 1 to IS/ Inc., Blk. 6, Southwest Santa Fe"Alno Eagle Bay Precinct No. 6 -

force overseas, and who are witnessing I C.\RTOON'
''J'HI'M'I'F.I I OF TIIK INTKIINAI. ; DISNEY: nnd
the rebirth of scouting In 1 IMl'ltnVKMKNT; : FIND OF Tl1E$7'.11'E
FRIDAY FEDRUARY 9th River
OF FLORIDA LATE NEWS I at the Bridge
the liberated countries where scout- I
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HO \Itfl OP COMMISSIONRH9 OF I
jug", along with religion was vigorous EVEIKir.AIIES: : DRAINAGED1aTIhICT -- -

!" suppressed during the occu- By Roy R. Eaulerson.! Agent for Trn.trey .- I I COMING SOON- ; Okeechofeee Precinct Hoe 1.--
of the Internal ImprovementFund
path by the German army. The I
and for Board nf ComtnmlsInneis -
h 1 tters unconsciously reflected the .' of Kveritlndi-s: liriilniiinI I FOLLOW TIlE BOYS" SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10th at City Hall
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>l trl. I. Okc-ei'hnlice fount. Flor ,
ideal of scouting which their authors bins "1 LOVE A SOLDIER"'SWFEF

had absorbed, and were intensely ,
I.OWDOWN"
AND
interesting. Mr. Ncxnen presented r "(.REEXWJCJlI.L.GE" .. Okeechofjee; Precinct Ho, 4 --.

the Rotary club with tu! annual ,
charter of the Boy Scout, for ] l I I I I "t( IIK1SIMAS:\ IIOLlim" From Jan. 1 to April 1 at ny office in the Court House

IMS, since the club sponsors the or- a -- ..............
gnnlxatlon here, and he spoke In II II'I. t

high", praise of the local scout and! -------- -'--' ---- --.---- :I ROBERT LA MARTIN,

their scoutmaster, and of the Rotary .. H '1' Ia County Tax Assessor

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The scout motto this year is, Wilson Lira
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"Scout of the World, brothers to. W' I .
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hope lhnt through the International ,I::: AUDITOR :!: "'=""' ':'':'!! '.:- iX2KsaarajaswT.aasMtt: :
work of scouting, world bro. .l
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therhood of the coming generation ;1% WILL BE Ifj OKEECHOBEE jij_' ,,

of men might be fostered every I

where. I'. 1::: To assist tj'.xpjneis in preparation of their :::1':

The Rev. f, A. Moherg. of the |I';: 1914 Tax Returns and 1945 Estimates on :::

Fnhokee Rotary flub, was a visitor :k +

and since he I II the pianist for ".. I :I:i: Monday Tuesday Wednesday :J: 1
hokee he played also for the local : tFFECTVE
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Blackburn of the Salvation Army, : i Thursday :i

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Rotary Club. :y:: FEBRUARY 12th, 13th, .14th and 15th, 1945 :a:;:

At the close of his talk. Mr. Nex- ) y y NINEIEtN yONtlEI fOITT FIVE

son presented A. W. Davie, as scoutmaster ::: C'ounty C"nllli.hlonu" Roam, East Side of Courthouse.. :!:

In appreciation of his tireless t UNCLE SAM HAS ORDERED A CURTAILMENT
and understanding work with! ::1: Write I'. O. Box :No 832, W. Palm Beach, for appointment. :!:

a book of the "Little Scout*" car ? --- t't'
toona, by Roland. 1'Y 'IN CERTAIN TYPES OF LIGHTING !
V ::: Former Government Auditor. Fees Reasonable :.j y:: ,


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Wednesday In Okeechobee visiting 1.'IIIIIi'liJlllliiliIPli'HliI11111'1'r'IIll1lnlll''! '' !, ;I! i i ; 1, I '.' I! !" !',!''"",IM,,,IIPF'l'III'IIiII'I"IIIII'III'IPIII'IIIIHlIII'IIllIllill"II I! l '!I!' !! '!' i '! !', I I I" I!II,!lal1Id i, I !;! : JL i THERE IS NO SHORTAGE OF ELECTRIC

nt the !home of Mr .
Mayor'and It.
II. Rauleiion. '.. .. POWER BUT. ..THis I M MEAGRE IS DESIGNED
I Denmark's of Okeechobee |
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George Mnoi-aw' of- Sugar (reek: -- '.
P ORDER PROHIBITS USE OF ELECTRICITY FOR-
Ohioand/West ralrn Bench'"pnt'the 4

past 'week--end! 'in OWchoW' I- We are always glad to have If
you .
., ;.Y 1 OutdO adriirtulng and outdoor promotional lighting.
where he/Was the Inset nf 1'>1". nnM -
it. e f '2.. Outdoor'display lighting ')
MrV; J. .Dol'' ,..<;<.,.r-.-.... I|. come incur store and look around.. .I :: R6 I Kt 3'conduct Outdoor of d.busmen coraUr.of and outdoor outdoor..I".bUahm.nt&omam.atcd! Bghtiog.o .

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Fred irlson, off f est Palm) 'Beach g EVEN. IF YOU DON'T BUY, WE APPRE- M I. 1. 4-*interior Show window illumination.' lighting.**except' ..be\.l'DK..ary' lot'
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I, district manager for the .Purina j| CIATE YOUR VISIT. Below we list just a |jp -'oi' ; .: '5-Marquee lighting. In .x._ ol 60 watts hi each marTU -
Feed Company. several Hays .. ''( ...
apenxt: ;' few'of the many items have in stock I ,, '
of last week In Okeochobop In the :; we pigi : ,IA 1 6.While way street lighting In excess ol the amount
determined by local publio authority to be
interc of his company. ::: .-! neceMary
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:Mrs. Sam Davie has been called r -- -- -- i isa "f' .
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j .i. 7 Outdoor al i a II jhting except lor
to Fontproo by the serious illnessof / ; !'wf"I I Directional or' Identification signs> requited lor firs
her sister. I Broadfelt two-color'Burgandy & flfg .""I.. and police protection tragic controL Uansportatioa

I I Sand Bedroom Suites ... $79.95 up jl| .. i" f F DiMctiona terminal or or hoipital Idenulieatioa. signs uiing not more

.. -- <' ==-= .. 1 than 60 waits per ..Iabli bm.n, for dodos and lor
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-. I g Sealy Mattress .. ...$39.50 $44.50 :ijg | I II' While penoltiM this lor Federal riolotioM COIlle including ratioa order the discontinuance provide ...r.ot
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Give ..- I Ir I violators' electric (emce, upon order !born the War Production
us your order Now ,I Living Room Suites, pre-war construction '131 I a Board we ate lure that all electric men will voluntarily
comply with finis war-wlnninq measure
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forPEANUT 1| 'Pictures and Mirrors of All Kinds ail I mt4 d QS1b4 Though the order doe not become mandatory until
1 1g %% February 1. we utge electric users to take immediatestep
J li m C 4t to comply with a* toon a. poesiUe,
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1e conservation
HAYWe Window Shades -- tys E It1 4 in the Interest ol hiel .

Ettl'l t'"o We win be glad; to assist you In every way la complying/ \
I jjs Floor Lamps M ty with the' order. Copw oi the order con be obtained M
have a car load ; QfMt Q 1t_ our office.

on the way r High4Chairs s 1 till' It4 \
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Your Purina Dealer ? .-

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1943 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS

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__ ._ __ h .- -' Florida, at his office In the court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE !' Okeerhobee, Okeechobee County, Klordn -
I house of Mid County at Oknuchohc, NINTH JUDICIAL CIKCUIT OF I this 2Mb day of December. 1044.
1"lorldR.'lIblo eight rnlunilur month n.OIimA IV AND FOR OKKEC1IODEK. !: I| Circuit Court Seal .
Aid to Enemy"Any from the time of he flr't publlontlon (COUNTY IN CHANCERY ( )
STATEMENT OF of this notice rnch claim or demand. CASK NO. 918 I10T K. RAULERSON.: i
American who wilfully .hall lie In writing end shall statethe Carrie Kendl need, ) Clerk Circuit Court.Ok..hoh. ,
plate of reclines and poet office Plaintiff ) .. County, Florida
to his taxes
neglects on
i pay address. of the claimant and shall be vs- ) By Sophronla PeaM, D. C
CONDITIONOKEECHOBEE time or to Invest every cent he swum to bf' the claimant, agent or George W. Reed I T. W. Conely, Jr.
I i can In War Bonds is surely giving IIlortll" and any inch, claim or demand Defendant ) Solicitor for Plaintiff
aid and comfort to the not so filed shall be void. 1 Ce 2 ..4'ELECTRICAL
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MRS. SISIU AKIUIENIU8,
I ORPER TO APPEAR
I enemy We have a Job to As executor of ihi1 1,lint WIan.1 ; I
COUNTY do and we are all called forI Testament of TTIE STATE OK FI.OJtlDA-: '
I Alhert F. Arrbuiilun deceased ,N+a'n.IU1r..r
: I service to our country. Our First publication! January 10, 1043.: To GEORGE W. REED, Address CN- ,
I dollars are called to servicetoo. I known. I
Let us all ask ourselves, It la hereby ordered that yon are'
BANK 'I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL required to appear on the Oth day of1 I WORK
i iI 'Shall we be more tender with I LANK \ February, 1049, before tbe above entitled ,
I our dollar than with the live NOTICE IS HEREBY OWES that court to the bill of complaint I
Pursuant to Section' 13 (m.I ChanterIOIIW flied aaoln..t'on. In the above en. I
OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA of our ions? Secretary P. P. EVANSHOUSE
[ laws of Florida Acts of 11H1 titled cause and the Okeechobee News '
J.1orllen.thau. and Section 117. Chapter 11717 Laws Is hereby designated' ai the netvs-
I of Florida Act of 1031. AI amended
In which this order khall bll.uullob'd
Organized November 19, 1943 I II II hy Section, 11, Chapter Z003 laws ofriorlilo paper once a week for four (4)consecutive ) 'I WIRING
I Acts of 1(141 and alto nur. weeki.WITNESS .
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slant to Section 42 211122.I.awl
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the Honorable A.
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of Florida Acts nf 1041
IIIRmontl.II
December 30.1944RESOURCES f NOTICE h,. Section 10 Chapter 22071) I.nnuer: aa Judge of Ibis Court and
I Tallnhaanee. Florida' Lawn of Florida Acts of 1043. and the Seal of this Court la the City of I
I Jnnnnrv 12th. 1043 I Section 44. Chapter 20723 Lawa of
I NOTICE Is hereby given that
P'lorll'n.cta' of 1'Ml at amended by
the Trustee' of the Internal Improvement Section 21, Chapter 2Z117.n. Laws of
Fund of the State of I riorum, Acts. or 11113, me following I ....
Florida will offer for sale, to be I described lauds In Okeecboboe County
cold, to the highest bidder et Tallnhnsxee Florida to-wlt:
Florida" at 12 o'clock NOON Lots 4, S and 6, Blk. 8, South ForMAXIMUM

Loans and Discounts .._____.__._____.____ $103,369.29 Fchrnnrv defined 20th land IMS In! : OKEECIIOBEE the following Lot Okcorhohee 11, except S 10 ft, Blk. 10,
House Furniture and COfNTY- Sontn Okeechobee
Banking
"T'nsnrvejed port of Section n, Lot II. Itlk 4. Southern Pines S/D RESULTS

Fixtures ..u _. _._OOnU_______. 9,500.00 Township East lylnir 3S North South of, the Range Itlght-33 Lot City T.of N, Okeechobee 0. 10 and 20 Blk. 200, I i

Overdrafts h. ._. mUnO._. ..___.n__ None of\VflT of Eagle Bar Drainage eatlmnted Lot 1.Ilk, 217 City of Okeecbobee | I
District Levee containing an Feed
U. S. Government I area of 12883 acrea Late 10 and 20 Blk. 6, Soutbweat 1
THIS NOTICE Is published In compliance Addition,
Obligations .. $550,138.29Other with Sections 27007. 270.08 and. Lot 5. Elk 3. First Addition to |I|
I 27009 Florid Statutes 1041 Southern Pines SID of NE% of
Marketable The TnJ'IITF.F.'I OF TTTK INTERNAT. SEH of NE%, Sec. 13: Twp. 37,
IMPROVEMENT FUND of the Rwe.3:1:
Bonds .... ._ 24,000.00 Stale of Florida reserve. the right to Loll 21 and 22 Blk. 200 City of I
rcliTt nor and nil bidsBY Okei'ihohieVII1
Cash and Due from OUPER of the Trustees. of the \ he offered for sale at public
Internal Improvement Fund of tbu onlerv for the highest and' brat cull
Banks _- Um..______. 225,330.23 799,468.52Total State of FlorldnMlllnrd. ltd si'Mcct to the right of the Ilor.rd :,
F. Caldwell, Governor of Cr.imtsguiier| of Kverulnd: I.rnin.t
F 0, Elliot, Secretary' age I>' trlit. R"- liar Ronrd of L'outily''
Trustees. I. I. Fund ('"in I111M.'Ilera (f Okeeihobee r'. utitv I I1"lor,11I <
__..__ _.._ O____ $912,337.81 I : in levt any cud all Lids, at
the roiirlb'iiiso. hcirliinlnir\ at 10'<10 PURINA
.. oVIoek .\. M on the 10th day of Fibninry I
I NOTICE TO rnriiiToKintt VU5: Kasi'ineDt: for drainage'
LIABILITIES cNw5u
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( I'rohntoot, S.... tin 130) and 'reclnmotlun and road |purposes,

I Capital Stock .___..mm___..__. $ 25,000.00 I I IN.TI'TUB non CCirilT oKrnrnoBFB OF THE COUNTY.rot'STT will.107; )be of reserved nil oil nod gee fifty and mineral perrent

Surplus and Undivided Profits _. 15,874.59 In 1"1.0111)IS re: state of PKOUITE) rights will' also I'llMMISSIONEIIl In- reaerrerl.EOAIt1n i

I Deposits_ .. _0__ .__.___.nn.Omnn___ 871,463.22Total Albert F. Arrhenlus Per-eniod)) OF UIKTIMCT. rviiLAii! : : DIIAINACI l t i I
To All Credlton anal I'e'"nl Hovlno nod. i iPOAliD I
Claim or Demands. Against Eultl OF COUNTY4)f.I; I

.u ...._ ._-______--_____-__-_...$912,337.81 You Estate and: retch of :TOM are hereby 1m.MHMONEI1: rorvrv.OP'1.0n\llA.OKE.'lia i' r1np' rftJil' '[) Sncp'p Y. Cft
,I nnll"! d re .>.J' pi t icliiliiii : "d, '. ifi.r! ;O.N ... r1)a) .1.J j1.n. :
I and (leiiinn'ls which van. or i 1'It'rlt "I I Illf, I'lteillt.. I Tonit of w w
,I'lthpr. of yon nmh. "M rilnut, the' ,I 1)61hde, oitnty.. Florldn,
OFFICERSC. j i tnti> of Albert r Arrhonliil. d0rinsed -' v "it ii.r ild! ISonrdu Phone 104
I i lute ot gild 1 t'" i r t\ t Hi'' I\\' ''''I'hrnnln Peace
C'ounty Judge nf <)< t\ I Deputy Clerk
II. McNULTY President
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N. RAY CARROLL Vice-I>rcs. R. B. MESERVE, Vlce-Pres. I

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