The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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 33-No/29" Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, Dec. 5, 1947 :.

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Co. Commissioners Be Boy Held Scout Thursday Supper Will Local and PersonalJoe J. F. Bond Family Tuesday W. S. C., S.November Meeting 5th Held I Local Chapter 0.. E.

ReunionThe S. Entertain Knur
Transact Business Enjoy The Women's Society of Christian
; There will be a pot-luck supperfor
Howell, of Miami, spent Service held its general

t. In Session Boy Scouts Cub Scouts and Sunday In Okeetfcobee 'visiting meeting at the Church Annex Of Grand Matron
: their friends and families Thursday family of Mr. and Mrs.. J.
friends.A. Tuesday afternoon, November 25,
December 11. at the Methodist F. Bond enjoyed a family reunionat

Sunday School Annex at 7:00p. H. Evans or Miami spent their home here during the at 3:30. ; Thursday, No 21. the Okeecho-
The Martha Circle had chargeof
The Board of County Commissioners Tuesday Okeechobee visitinghis :
m. Thanksgiving Holidays. All of their bee Chapter, No. 12S, entartainedIn
of Okeechobee County, the program which consisted of
.1, Everyone will bring a covered family. children and their families were honor of their Worthy Grand
Florida, met in tegular session on Swindell Talla- a report of the District Meetingat
dish. Let's all be there promptlyat Garrett present for the occasion. 'Matron of the State Grand
Monday December 1, 1947. at 9:00A. also home for Arcadia which was given byMrs. >
7:00 o'clock. These boys need hassee student was Those present were Mr. and
teT, Mrs. Opal Bartow of St Petersburg .
M. E. H. Hunt who was a dele *'
our help and support. the holidays. Mrs. T. W. Bond, Los Angeles, on the occasion- of her
Present were: Commissioners C. gate from the local church. Mrs.P .
Miss Rowena Thomas spent CaL Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bond and annual official visitation. The fes-
E. Drawdy Chairman O. J. Chapman P. Evans gave an inspirational
Catholic ChurchMass Thursday and Friday In Fort son, Jimmie and daughter, Carol, tivities began at three o'clock,
M. L. Mobley R. M. Dur- Devotion.The .
W. F. Walker T. is held at the Catholic Pierce visiting friends. of Bartow. committee'ssection with a reception at the home of
renee, : Attorney nominating 4;
II j W. Conely Jr., Sheriff, N. O. Church here First and Fourth Mrs. Boyles has returned home Hartwell Bond, Miami of officers for 1948 was the Z. K. Williams, who are the ,

In each month at several weeks in Mrs. C. A. Mathews and sons, Matron
Stewart and Deputy Clerk Connie Sunday morning after spending accepted. The new officers will present Worthy and Worthy

I W. Raulerson. eight o'clock. Special Christmas Cocoa with her family. David and Neal. Bartow. take charge of the Society'aflhe Patron respectively, of the

The minutes of the meeting held Mass will be held Christmas morning Mrs. Henry Walker and Mrs. Mrs. D. H. Summers and daughter. ''beginning' of the new year. The local chapter. The home was decorated

at 8 o'clock. A cordial invitation spend- Mary Anne, BartowMr. I with the Thanksgiving, mo-
in No>ember. were read and ap Delia Holmes were visitors 'president of the Society is Mrs. D
is extended to attend and Mrs. S. M. Swain and tiff; blended with the color scheme
proved. everyone ing Sunday in Orlando. R. McNeil, who has so capably _
these services daughters,. Mary Virginia and I of blue and pink, which 'predominated
The County Welfare Report was Tommy Evans, a student at I I and faithfully served for severa!
Elizabeth Okeechobee.
presented and ordered filed in the Gainesville, spent Thanksgiving In :years. The other officers were. In the cakes and

Court. for Jail ____....____.______ 24.90P. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Roberts, '' served, as these are the official
Office of the Clerk of the Okeechobee with his parents. Mrs. W. A. Lawson, Vice PresIdent -
P. Evans, Service Sebastian. colors selected Mrs. Bartow To
. The following was set up as the i who attends ; Mr. F. W. Zander, Recording by *

price for rental of the tractor and Call to Jail ___________ 5.00 Florida Ellis State Draughn University, was home The Thanksgiving dinner was Secretary; Miss Jo Parrish, cap the climax, the table was

Okeechobee Co. Bank, at the home of Mr. and I adorned with two synthetic turkeys -
grader-$4.5< hr. holidays. served Corresponding Secretary and Local
; Assign. _.__________..:..______ 225.70 for the Thanksgiving Mrs S. M. Swain. which roosted, surrounded by
,, Road Patrol-$4.50 per hr. attended Treasurer; Mrs. C. H. Parker
Camel Mfg. Co. Supplies Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Dudley the light refreshments, which;were
Application for transfer of Beverage I' Miami son. Treasurer; Mrs. R. E. LInk

I Bongtovanni for Jail _'..n____....__ 13.21 the game between served to the invited guests: preliminary
License by Joe Alabama Saturdayin Miss Ada Jane Cason and Ben Christian Social Relations; Mrs
S. C. Paige, Fuel- University and to the banquet at the
was approved by the Board. : of West Palm Beach, H. H. Raulerson. Secretary of Mis
_________ 3.60 Miami. Vaughn,
Cemetery Southland hotel.
; :; Upon motion by Commissioner m spent Saturday and Sunday with sionary Education; Mrs E. H.
Scharfschw Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus Harden, At six o'clock an elaborate banquet
Chapman, seconded by Commissioner Mr. and 3Irs. Leonard Berger of Hunt, Secretary of Student Work;
1 ; Walter to give Hospital Supplies-Cemetery --=-.. 5.35 who attend school at Tallahassee, Mrs. D. W. Cassel Children' was, served in the dining
this city.
1 '500000. Raulerson Dept. Store "spent, Thanksgiving visiting their Work; Mrs. P. P. Evans, Secretary room of the hotel attended by local

i! Upon motion\ + by Commissioner Supplies-Jail h____ 5.90 parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elledge, of of Supplies; Irs. Wade Snell members and neighboring visitors.

1 i 'Chapman, seconded by Commissioner Okee. Hdw. & Fur. Co. Miss Susan Hancock, who attends Gainesville where Mr. Elledge attends Publicity Secretary; Mrs. E. T. The fortunate banqueteers

; Mobley. to open bids for Supplies for C. H. __ 2.75 school in Jacksonville, visited the University, spent Standifer, Secretary of Splritua1 were regaled by having their gastronomic

trucks. <**. City of Okeechobee. her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H Thanksgiving with Mr. Elledge's festivities happily interspersed

; The O. K.'Garage presented the Water-C. H. & Jail __ 10.60 Hancock, for the Thanksgiving parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry El- Life.The meeting for December wll with musical numbers by

j following bid: Okeechobee Motor Co. holidays. ledge.Miss. be held on December 3, and it will local talent. Miss Perrilee Hunt,

1 1-2 ton capacity. Two speed Supplies for Airport _. 1.85 Miss Polly Summerlin and Miss Trumble who be a business and 'social meeting a local teacher presided at the

axle, 136 in. wheelbase: flat dump ROAD & BRIDGE FUND Margaret Dyer of Fort Pierce Alma Joyce combined: of the entire society. piano and her sister, Miss Ernest' .
body, Hydraulic hoist, Dual rear Standard Oil Co., Fuel __ 31.41C. were the week-end guests of Miss attends college In Wet Delicious refreshments of pk ine Hunt, delighted the group

I E. Tractor Beach spent the Thanksgiving her rich solos. Miss Grace
Drawdy with
o wheels. Delivery within three Thomas in Okeechobee. and coffee were served by the
delivered is Parts '__...._nn_....1.:._ 18.75 Rowena holidays in Okeechobee visiting Williams, on behalf of, the\ Chapter -
t months. The price Williams, who attends Martha Circle*to the group at
Payroll Dist. 2, Labor 10950 Haynes her parents. presented the lovely corsage
4 $2.375.00. Gainesville University, close: of the meeting.

t The Okeechobee Motor Company Payroll Dist. 2 & 5 labor __ 63.00 college at Thanksgiving holidays Dill Hendry.. a student of -- to: the guest of honor Mrs. Bar-

2 Labor __ 232.00; spent the
Payroll DLst, ,
-n visited his
presented the following University,
k 11.2 or 2 ton Ford 'land Payroll Dist 5, Labor __u_ 171.30Payroll with his family In Culbreth. a parents; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hen- Red Devils Win In tow.At seven thirty o'clock the:official

Dists.. '1, 3, 4, 5 Miss Virginia Lee holidays. meeting of the Chapter was
Flat Dump BodyTruck for the Thanksgiving
I y. Labor --J..--__ :_.. 33.90 student of John B. Stetson Unlveri and held at the hall on North Gsceola
KDeciifIcatfens.... _.___ '?>?? with...... her Mrs. Corrine Burdeshaw Local Game With
I 134 In:: 1 ;; :; ord Cab and Payroll* Dist 1, Labor "._'__ 297.50S city, epent Maaun.ssmu& -- son Bennie Gene ot Okeechobeeand I street, where one of the largest

f Chassis, 8 CyUJiik' iO H. P. moil C. Paige' Fuel, parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Gubler of gatherings of locals and visitors

: Dists. 3, 4, 5 1 ____ 16.48 Jean Dunn of Fort the
tor, {with' rear andTruck h lilss Betty with Fort Pierce spent Thanksgiving In Ft. Pierce Team assembled to exemplify :worjc

r single frt. S.OO; Gilbert Culbreth Parts &: Pierce spent the week-end Belle Glade as the guests of !.lr. and hear the official addres&. the

: and body .72. Labor .on Truck. ". .,?., -- 4.30 Miss :Mary Alberta Louthan .in and :Mrs.: Price Burdeshaw, of that Worthy Grand Matron, whichweAecetvairs "in w a

EU. t53ilf .._ :::_ ;*, ;; LhcileDaaford
R. illis.i
SurveyingScharfschwerdt --
"rJ1ntl$al "tor .Inge;over Y'fdr !: Okeechobee. city. -The Okeechobee Red Devils ?i : ,: :
; Bros a student of was initiated in" the beautlfal l 5an4'
825-20 Dual Rear Tires $107.08. Elphia the Ft. Pierce Red Raiders on the i

ie Total truck price $1,782.08. Supplies Dist. 2 __m__ 1.70c Gainesville University, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. Williams home field last Saturday night for I impressive ritualistic ceremonies

; E. Smith Lumber holidaYs visiting were host to the following' for a pf the Order, with Worthy MaUtm
Total Truck and body price $%,- Thanksgiving their first victory this season. The
_______ 3S.34 picnic at the ranchof .. Patron
475.80. Dists. 3, 4, 5 n his parents in Okeechobee.Mr. Thanksgiving Red Devils failed to score unti Eva May Williams and Past

Bone Lumber Co. Lumber Greenberger Roger Jones: Mrs. Sallie Williams i F. W. 'Zander presiding: oilerthe
Paul the last quarter The Raiders wen
134" in. 2 ton Ford Cab and Harry :;:
I Dist. 4 ___ ___--___- .::.__ '85.68 holidays Mr. and 'Mrs. Raulerson and with 13-0 until initiation, In the east, _, %
Thanksgiving ahead score
i Chassij, 8 cylinder 100 H. P. Motor spent the a
: Withholding Tax Fund, and her children, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miss Ruth Humphries, a ;"past
Stokes Hence Walker, right end, scored or
2 speed rear axle, 825-20 tires visiting Mjss Patsy **&&&
i and. vacuum brakes $1.987.95 Taxes Withheld, Nov. __ 3.30 family of Fort Meade. Craig and children ot Sebring; a pass from Tiny Watford, quar associate matron, and acting associate
Henry Sloan, Fuel Dist 2 23.37 attends Stet- :Mr.: and Mrs. Douglas Perry of terback. The extra point failed conductress, was assigned O
Total truck and body price
i Oil Serv. Sta. Al and Mrs. Bob apeecE. oa
Standard Avon Park; Mr. make the presentation
: J2.6S1.67. at Deland, epent Frank Barber carrying the hat'plunged
I ? Fuel, Dists. 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 13.15 son University in Cartwright of Wauchula; Mr. and over the Ft. Pierce goa'for behalf of the Chapter, In':awartt
Specifications: 10 foot with his family
i Body with Stake Robert, Mack. Purchase of the holidays Mrs. Roger Jones, Miss Paula the second touch down,. falling Ing their token gift to theiS offiy|
wooden Platform Body, I
t Road Material _n____ 300.00 Okeechobee. Burdeshaw, and Mr. and Mrs.: E. third Grand Matron which sheper
to make the extra point.
,Pockets and Hydraulic attends
I- I t i Okeechobee Motor Co. Billy Chandler, who the H. Hunt of Okeechobee; and ,Dr. touch down was made by Johnny formed very appropriately, though

t $693.72. Service and Material Gainesville University spent and :Mrs.: Carl Arant and family limiting her remarks to a few:well-
Pounds when he caught a highpunt
; t Upon motion by _____ 33.50 holidays In Okeechobee confederation
Commissioner Dists. 4, 2, 1 Thanksgiving of Miami. behind the Ft. Pierce de- chosen words, out of '
seconded by
; Atlantic Service Sta. visiting friends. for the program, and the lateness -
who fended goal. The extra point war long
Walker to aecept bid by Jane Whidden
Fuel and Repairs Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harden and Miss Betty of the hour.
Frank Barber. The fourth and
All the by
Okeechobee Motor Company. Trucks -__._____...- 52.90 daughter Eloise and John Ed Bur is training to be a nurse at Zander secretary,
West last touch down was made by an Mrs. Loula ,
voted >*>s.Upon Arcadia Samaritan Hospital
; Good
} Rowell Bros. Lumber spent Thanksgiving : of, the
deshaw other from Watford to Walker. functioned on the part
i motion by Commissioner Dist 1 ____.__._-______... 96-05 visiting Mrs. Harden's moth- Palm Beach, (spent Thanksgiving pass Certificates
i Chapter awarding
seconded by Commission :
Mobley, here.
& FORFEITURE FUND with her parents
: FINE : In tne
Alderman er. The boys coached Fred Boro of Honorary Membership
i 1 er Walker to P3)Rudy by
N O. Stewart, Sheriffs Mrs. A. J. Boettger and daughter Jack Wolf, a student of Florida local Chapter, to Worthy Prand
$10.00 per day for grader work. ____ 318.25T. mei, played one of the best games '
: The following vouchers were Cost Bills ___.. :_ u Nancy of West Palm Beach, State University at Tallahassee, so far this season. This was their Matron Bartow; and also In ,-Absentia -
W. Conely, Jr Docket holidays in holidaysin Grand Patron>
Thanksgiving Thanksgiving to Worthy
; approved and ordered paid: Fees-XoV. ___ ___-----__.... 28.00VETERAN'S spent spent the family. second game with the Ft. Pierce -, IAUdef'
FUND Okeechobee. Okeechobee with his Raiders the first ending In a 6-6 Charles Gutterldge, of Ft :
Whidden, a student of dale, who was unavoidably1:
John tie. .
Co. Mrs. J. W. Yeomans of .. .
Welfare Relief Allowance Claud V. Gardner the Mr. and : ;
Child spent
Oct. _____. 10.00( Service Officer Sal. _____ 110.00 Gainesville University Okeechobee, with his Tampa were visitors! spending!( The vets next game will be ed.The silver offering of the-meeting

1940 GENERAL REFUNDINGFUND holidays in Thanksgiving here with Mrs. Yeo- Saturday, Dec. 6, with the Kis- iin
Okeechobee Motor Co., amounted to $1T.50; az
parents. man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. sImmee vets la St. Cloud. We tustonn this
Tractor Mowing Ma- whoa accord with the usual :
r Bank of Laurens and Frank Reaves, would like for everyone to come
Jr. '
National Walker -Worthy
764.63 First
the '
chine for Airport ---- sum was donated for
( ; University,
Chicago, 3 percent and t ten d Gainesville out and support the vets In their *'Project
County Officers Payroll and Mrs. Morris Barnett Grand Matron's Official
Thanksgiving Mr.
} ; for the well their
refunding were home out of town games as as the
3 1-2 gen.
percent to
Sa.lariesXov.. and two daughters Carolyn and which, In this Instance goes
", \ Bd. 1941 Issue 6599.15 holidays home town games. veteran ,
i Bessie Alderman Tax Col. college studentof Sandra, of Arcadia, were visitors rehabilitation of disabled.

Comms. Nov. Y....__ -- 125.00 AGRICULTURAL FUND Tiny Watford a Thanksgiving spending the Thanksgiving Holidays |lathe V. S. Hospital at Lake)qtft! '
Co. Agents'sal. West Palm Beach spent : CARD OF THANKSWe ciosingrikI4 '
Robert La Martin. Tax C. R. Boyles with Mrs. l Following formal "_
In Okee- in Okeechobee
___ 150.00r Ills parents
Ass. Comma. Nov. __..- 125.00 &: Exp. Nov with Barnetts parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. wish to extend our Thanksand !I Chapter, the company was t&\.

Attend n. Rovles.. EXD. Co chobee. appreciation to those who mandeered Into the eteenth "traagression *-
O. Stewart
K. Mr. Walker Jr. '
..______. 10.00 Miss Betty Barber ana H. ,
Co. Comm. Meeting ___ 500 Truck were so kind and thoughtful to as pf absorbing noariab'meat

I L Child Welfare. Relief The following Resolution was Frank Barber who attend home Florida for Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Peel arrived during the illness and death lour la the form of a mldntee

Allowance-Nov..._ 10.00 presented by Commissioner Mob- State University were in Okeechobee Sunday and husband and father, Will Raul- consisting 4)f eandwicae

3 County Welfare Bd. Relief ley who moved Its adoption and. Thanksgiving.Miss who Mr. Peel is now associated with erson. and supper take' with tea and coffee -- .

I Allowance-Nov. .____._. %50.00i upon being seconded by Commissioner Mary Virginia Swain, the Okeechobee County Bank. Before MRS. WILE RAULERSONAND Then--came the final chapter at'

Basinger School Lunch, Durrence, was unanimously attends college In"'Iampa.: spent coming to Okeechobee he was FAMILY. congratulations and consolaUoeJ,

i I I Groceries Nov. ----- 12.50 I adopted; Thanksgiving Day In Okeechobee I associated with the Sanford State as the final record was irlosfJ
t WHEREAS Trustees of Florida visiting her parents.F. i -
f j Clifford M. Gaffney, Court Jacksonville' Bank. FOR SALE- B Model 1 1.2 ton upon the off-the-record 'auCsale"
Railroad have M. Elledge of : '
Coast -
25.00(I East ThaaksslTto*
t Reporter's Salary Nov of the weekend H. T. Scott Wanda Nix, Elphia Truck to be sold to the highest of a fine ,' -
t sell this Board, that portion was a visitor spending bad aonatedMr. ,--:T
i H. W. B. Drew Co. extending Okeechobee the guest of Harden, Marian Whidden, John bidder Dec. .22 at 10:00 a.-""m. at key, which been
Right- -way In Zanderandwhich
._ .... 2845 Railroad W.
Okeechobee and Mrs.
I Supplies courthouse :
crossing to Elledge. Whidden, Etta Merle Sullivan, the ,
o ; State Rood 15. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. salesmanship -
1S.05 from '"
1 i' Photostat Corp., Sup.-: Opal Station, to be used'for Road Ramie Raulerson was a visitor Ranlie Raulerson, Al Rauler Florida. C. E.. Drawdy Chairman by the superior Mijes '-Ruth

Fla. Power & Light Co. andWHEREAS spending Saturday and Sunday in son, Ann. Darts Mike Barber, Ro- Board County Commissioners. technique of seal RISE -,
& Jail 1611Cemetery purposes : and Nettle'
Elec. C. H. -- Humphries
this Board has Gainesville where he went to attend wena Thomas, Alberta Louthan. 29-ltc friea4-
57.30I of fe
Labor the aid
Payroll ---- bee with
abandon the present the football game played In Lau.rens: Reaves and Frank Reaves
Bgn-d to eltttrire.hSgD
I ; Withholding Tax Fund. road and to quit-1a1m all that city Saturday. He was Invitedby attended the Homecoming Game FORSALE Model -A'"' Ford. was Inflated 'io an which goi sfatu': -
.__ 18.10 Opal l $40.50:
f Taxes Withheld a of said road in Section 3, the Athletic Council to attend between Fort Pierce and< Vero Good condition. Can be-seen atN'ix price of '_< ;"Ji;' ""
234.5(1( portions ; P&Ct
Cemetery Payroll, Labor Coatinned 811 Last
I StAndard Service. 29-lt-pd (
Fort Pierce Thursday.
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Income Tax Spectre Haunts ::;:;;: -1 aa4

Organic Matter, Rids Next Session of CongressBy 4l't iil f;; ihenYcurlnnards"

Cropland of Bacteria are Crying the Blues


Viruses Prevent Plant Nays Analyst fad Commentator. --

Diseases From Spreading W WASHINGTON: is a cloudy fall day, and the last tattered -

brown leaves are fluttering nervously otherwise-bare ., ...ffo.( -
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By R, C. Thomas 'L"- ::
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Ohio State College. branches, wondering whether it is better to make-the plungenow ; : :. : -ii

or wait for more favorable breezes. ; .. "-......' '. .... -
Few disease-causing bacteria will k_ -', -. -'.'
About the same thing is going on in an old colonial on .X I
mansion Con "' '
survive In soil whose organic mat- -
where beneath those /_ ,.. :Jt. : /J
ter supply has been built up by the necticut avenue high ceilings and once-aristocratic >

use of green manure crops and the surroundings. Republican machines are national whirring committee typewriters are clicking ACCIDENTAL PICTURE OF PORPOISE .Porpoises, frisky school

return of crop residues and manure. mimeographing 'a and sweet telephone bells jangle boys of the sea are forever playing their version of leap frog. Here are
of tune.
Those that do live are so changedthat Party leaders like the uncertain .. eight of them (count 'em) caught in a playful mood by the camera off WHEN CONSTIPATION stakes yoafe .
they are no longer a menaceto that it gives uncommonly little to the dickens brines
whether the the coast of Southport N. C. punk as oa te%ntdi
leaves wondering
crops. I are the, common man and is balm of \ upset", soar taste gassy ducoafarV :-
twice-vetoed tax bill carefully re- take Dr. Caldvell's futons median
gilead for the high brackets.
Extracts from soil rich in organic
Ipholstered and furnished with to quickly pall the trigger oa Uzy "ia-
matter contain viruses that depend what they hope in non-bounceable NEWS REVIEW nards, and help you fed brim tad
for their existence upon living bac- Republicans counter with the chipper agaia. _
in the votes
equipment win bring
teria. These viruses are specially assertion that tax relief is a crying \ DR.CALOWCLtrs Is the wonderful MS*
in matter added this time. need. They feel Americans naUxatiY*contained good old Syntj
numerous .
Down the block and across the will not be too angry If their pepsin to make it so easy to take. ..

"', street in an office-building where financial load Is lightened at the Big 4 Harmony Remote;, MANY DOCTORS use pepsin prepm -
toons ia prescriptions to&*k.the medicine -
: the plaster on the expense of Europe providedthat
/) : more palatable agreeable ta
walls is hardly a: emergency relief is voted take. So be sure your laxabrv is contained -

dry sit their opposites and perhaps a Marshall plan accepted Grain Men Ask Hearing ia Syrup Pep& I..

members ?A? In principle but considerably INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-& fe.
: of the Democratx: shaved vomits of millions for SO year,and feel >
down to the
f. '. .. that wholesome relief from constipation.
$ ; ic national committee total '"
actually Authorized. BIG FOUR Lyon children
) ,0 :; -,... : finicky love it.
-- in their I minor economic law Is in
.,. v operating CAUTION CM only as directed.
: '. ....; brand-new quar- < You may have read the report PessimismWith I this particular controversy:

.. <. ters. They are Taxes and the Budget a Programfor Normal government reaction
'r' hopefully pre r Prosperity In a Free Economy." the imminence of the most whenever grain 'Prices shoot above DRAWEE'SSENNAIAXATIVE) : 2

dieting that any #, a document issued by the nonpartisan vital international occurrence of recent what is considered a,safe level is to '

: ;. : effort to make non-profit Committee for Economic months-the Big Four foreign lay the blame on the grain exchanges :

.'r -. this tax reduc- Development. This group em- ministers meeting in London on November charging them with ma-

tion bill a law ploys a large staff of experts who 25 the mood surroundingthe nipulating prices through 'specula CONtA&NlD De SYRUP PEFSffl

Fighting bacteria with application when the worlds ., study governmental problems and coming conference was predom- tion. That has occurred often ..

of organic matter.to trembling onthe report on them at frequent inter- inantly one of. pessimism. enough in U. S. history to bear out

edge of disaster vals. That there was much justification the theory. Grain dealers, of course -

the soil through residues from will boomBaukhage There is much in this latest reportto for such pessimism no one doubted. invariably blame the situation on

grasses legumes and grain crops. rang; give aid and comfort to the tax- When the chief representatives of overexporting.From .

When these viruses come in con- Democrats say that if a tax reduction reduction school but it also contains the U. S.. Great Britain France and that standpoint at least an

tact with plant disease forming bac- bill should pass. is vetoed the warning that *"it is not necessary Russia come together they will investigation at this time should

teria they have a profound influenceon and the veto overridden what it or desirable to make final de- tackle the tough deadlocked prob- shed some new light on the long-

them changing the form of these does for the folks with over $5,000 cisions about 1943 tax policies at lems of writing peace treaties for standing controversy. It might even

bacteria and making them harmless Income a year will be balanced off this time. It will be necessary early Germany and Austria. provide some real Information on

so far as plants are concerned.The by what it doesn't do for the folks next year. At that time it will be Deputy foreign ministers, in Lon why prices are so high.HEADLENERS.

intensity of competition for below that income bracket. possible to get a clearer picture of don to dispense with preliminariesbefore

food materials and life itself the expenditure outlook ahead and Marshall. Molotov Bevin an4

among organisms inhabiting soil Yon remember the original of the degree of inflationary pres- Bidault put their heads together I I

particles are indicated by the fact bill. (H.R. 1.) the first bill into sure which then exists." said the powers were as badly splitas aB1I14t1thtAC [

that a single ounce of soil has an the house' hopper January 3, ever on major issues.If .

estimated living population of 50 1947. At that time Democrats But the question of "inflation the conference fails as it is
labelled it the 10-20-3 bill
million bacterial cells besides ary pressure" and how to ease very likely to do. the U. S. will haveto a
claimed it would save the man
many forms of fungi. Added to U is already a highly politicalone. face the question of whether or
with two dependents and $%,.500a
these are five million protozoa as Both parties realize that not it wants to 'conclude a separate "5-Star Quality"' Oil Fitter
Income only 59 cents a
well as other forms of organisms. week year while it would save the they have to grab the reins if peace with that portion of Germany Elements have an exclusive safeguard
Beneficial bacteria thrive best in
man with a $100,000 yearly Income they are going to get credit for outside the Russian-occupied zone. in the Collector Tube Trap. -
soil well-stocked with organic mat Such not Soviets It's made of acidproof glass cloth
guiding the out of .a treaty involving'the ,
$250 a week. a
ter and tend to crowd out the dis
boom-bust cycle. probably would precipitate a which cant rot and thus allow

ease-causing kinds. But that tax reduction bill and a anal split between this nation and ro pollution of

later one substantially the same i Bl'PartlsanshipApple Russia. the engine oiL $I L .

were squashed by presidential veto Nevertheless, sentiment has been Don't take a it !'
Cart TippedWhen IN WASHINGTON Sen. Owen O
and congress upheld the'veto.. But rising in the U. S. favoring such an on dirty
Brewster (Rep.. Me.), above of the
oil. Boy AC
now the possibility of somethingnew President'Truman revealedthe action if the Soviets refuse to cooperate
and attractive) has been senate war Investigating committee and be ,nigt), .
( very fact that he intended to use the in straightening out the smiled first successful t'ayw4rl
added-A community property tax session of problems of gentbcalled
emergency congress convening Germany. James F. 25 million
tests of Howard Hughes'
provision for every taxpayer. November 17, not merely to Byrnes former secretary of state ** l
dollar flying boat. "gratifying
Briefly this means that a husbandand consider aid to Europe but also to advocated that course as have
wife may divide their income ponder' a program for lowered other responsible officials.
polling beardless
Into two equal parts, computing the prices it "upset the apple cart" as The corollary to that propositionIs ald-Tribune discover how many strokes are
tax each of those parts and mule one Republican said to An
iiii on me. that the U. S. then must follow needed for the morning shave compiled .
two. "This naturally cuts agreement had been reached to [
i tipl/ing.by give through by keeping itself strong this statistic: From 38 strokes < .Sev IGi
the total amount of tax to be paid. priority to aid to militarily and economically <
prov. for a fuzz bearder to 175 for a wire
Under present tax schedules for example Europe. Senator ing to the rest of the world that it hair.

the tax on two joint incomes .a ed Taft boss of the has embarked on a definite policy
IN TACOMA Edgar H. Eisenhower -
of $50,000 each comes to less than Republican policy
course and that that course is the. the general's brother
the tax or\ a $100,000-net income be- "w',. committee. Immediately right one.INVITATION. laughed, heartily said he was only
cause of the steeply-graduated sur. made the
: Joking when he remarked that he
tax tales. reassuring statement -
3 : Eisenhowerfor
would form an "Against
that he felt
President Club" with himself as
GOP Confident the question of Grain Battle'Three

Of Kill9* Passage :4:. emergency aid and president. ,
tl t
of the nation's major grain
possible preliminary
Thirteen states Oregon Wash- S exchanges 'smarting under President RED CZECHS:
Blankets for turkey hens may legislation on
ington. California New Mexico. Truman's accusation that their"speculation"
prevent serious losses from tears the Marshal plan Go CommunistAdd
Arizona.,Nevada. Idaho. Texas Oklahoma Taft is responsible for prevailing
and bruises the could and would besatlsfactorlb
This daring matingseason. Louisiana. Nebraska MichIgan taken high prices of cereals have Czechoslovakia to the list of with Swedish Sl..l Blades
one was designed
Communist-dominated nations in
and Pennsylvania already carried the attack into the
Cornell university. care of by December 19. He didn't
Eastern Europe. Ideal for Home and Farm!Then
have community property tax pro-
camp by requesting a special congressional -
what else if anything, he had In '
visions. So has Hawaii. The say the A man named Klement Gottwald for fire woodcutting
provision investigation by Joint purpose saw ,
mind for the boys on the hill to
if inserted in a federal tax committee on the economic report. Communist premier of Czechoslovakia tree trimming, and general '
handle. But he did them
r Metal bill, would put citizens of the other would be home well assure before they the The request was made by the ChI- has emerged as a new strong rough work. High Speed
I Bucket possessing complete
Nipple Jrr' I 35 states on the same basis. bnasholidals. cago board of trade. Kansas City man.from the national cabinet to authority rebuild and Smooth CuttLag. Stays sharp

The money savings under the I board of trade and the Minneapolis longer. Available in 2-4, 30. 36.
Then came the Truman announcement the government of semi-autonomous
community property tax clause that efforts to check inflation grain exchange in a letter to Sen. Slovakia. 42, 48 inch length frames sad

would not benefit those married couples Robert Taft (Rep., 0.) and Rep. replaceable Swedish blades.At .
would be considered on a par with Rebuilding the government of the
whose combined net income is Wolcott Mich.) co-
Jesse P (Rep.. ,
the aid-to-Europe plan. He said the semi-autonomous nation will
less than $3.000 because the ratesdon't chairmen of the committee. Taft re- leading Hardware Store
two were das interwoven be- simply that Gottwald and his Communists
change up to that point. Thatis cause if the dollar continued to sponded immediately with a prom- will change Czechoslovakia aiNsrea TOOl otvmtw
why opponents say this commu- of further hearings.
nity property tax proposal too. is shrink. the purchases of supplies ise from a nation whose people had at ; .*** 1 S""h": i ...' ..,. .,. '_ ,
couldn't be stretched to meet the Countering Mr. Truman's repeated least a part measure of
aimed at saving money for the big self-govern. l 13' ML (***.*: *<, o : ... ..
need. charges that gambling and specu- ment to a nation under totalitarian :
: ger taxpayers and doesn't help out lation by grain exchanges have --
tJY the little fellows (although the tax After that Taft lost little time in rule.Although
boosted food prices higher the ex- the Slovak
advisor to the ways and means com- tossing any implied bi-partisan program '
mittee tells me that neither would for the congressional sessionto change officials contended that the predominantly conservative are the t t t WHAT MAKES
In- real cause of the rise In grain pricesis majority party In the country. the YOUR NOSI
any benefits accrue under this provision the winds. If Truman was to '
the administration's "extraordinary Communists were able to RUN?
place Gott
to the married couple whose clude consideration of a domestic

combined income is 5127.000 a economy program all bets were and ever Increasing purchasesof wald a former blacksmith In complete Congestion ts'natal pasxteu.
and flour for'export. Administration Tk
year). oft. "All of the policies of the pres- grain power. Just of Peoetro Nose Drop*ia
) ent administration" said Senator "bungling and lack of Thus Czechoslovakia has shifted each nostril' reduce nasal coagesbou,

of But the Republicans feel sure Taft were so bad he couldn't "go planning" also were cited by the from a position as a Soviet satellite fr check eetal sniffle. tins and taatl sneeze Economical.You breathe
that this proposal would carry a along with them." grain, officials. with some will of Its own to a lower

tax-redactor- bin threu-h. They- Wherever the truth may lieandIt position as a Russian dominatedstate PENETRO DROPS

':: The metal nipple bucket was claim many Democrats living Instates And so the bi-partisan apple. probably Is somewhere midway with literally no self-determi .....

';' proven satisfactory for feeding contiguous to the community cart was upset. between the government and grain nation. It has become another unit i

'. young calves by Montana agricultural property tax states What Is going to happen Is decidedly exchange viewpoints= It should be In the string of Soviet buffer statesto ,

, experiment station. The bucket would sapporfHt. hazy at this writing. recognized that a force akin to a the south and west. I .l' 0.'.: Kill RATS "'

.:< is six Inches In diameter seven ___n_ 5 ---- !;; ,
Inches high and Is graduated in Here's the way Democrats view Absolutely SURE WAVEP

. pints by Indentations ta the metal .the situation: INSTALLMENT BUYING i HDABLE FO* 61 fA&51II

one inch apart which serve as a I They know that the last tax biD Filth) rats cpreadl

guide to the feeder In determining might have been passed over the deadly d. Iea t Ud de-

the amount of milk to feed. The I veto; some say it certainly could troy f.ed.crop..

nipple Is 2% Inches long made of % have been, passed had it includedthe Curbs Off Prices May Go Up StearDa"chick.n..toCk.is IIUN death...

Inch copper tubing. soldered securely community property tax provi ", to rats. Vted by U.S,

Into the bucket as shown. It Is sion. They are-not flippant about the Government controls, on the favored plan.. Now howtver. .the rule book prices win rise too. or the day
f rounded at the end with solder. Republicans' ability to muster the American practice of Installment has been thrown away and retail falling prices will be postponed. 35* L $I.6Q 8t DUGGIStS
two-thirds vote this timeto -
necessary ers' doubUessJwiD reduce the
Installment credit economists -- -
override buying went off November 1,
;:-'. Precautions Advised a veto. and from of amount of the Initial payment. say is a volatile factor in-our economy
But Democrats now on purchase
nourish this hope: Attracted by the lure of "easy and can be a considerable force
To Prevent Hog Flu That U tax debate is insisted that radio or refrigerator is strictlya
_ terms." hard-pressed householdersnow operating to help bring about a de-
";j To keep flu from getting started before the question of lower prices matter between you and the dealer pression. JIi1

Iowa State college recommend and European aid (including the unless congress decides to step may'.see their'way clear to When goods are available ,
hi buying needed items that they felt easy
long-range Marshall plan as wen'as again at the special session:
that hogs brought In at nigh credit terms consumers
\ from hogged-down cornfields to emergency aid) is settled the public One result of the removal of installment they could not afford before. With to buy to the limit They tempt.ed over- tal.cuoaal women ta your *"4o'.". Does this

keep them from getting chinedOvercrowding win say Republicans are fiddling buying curbs Is very likely the down payment and installment pledge their incomes. This accentuates Jar to ssarK.'sass5&S&af53stZ

T;,r should be avoided. with politics while Europe burns to be an Increase in the already terms relaxed demand for goodsIs the boom and eventually a saturation

< : Quarters should be planned so that and win repudiate those Republicans badly swollen prices of consumer: sure to rise; but it ,Is certainly point is reached. The ..
at the polls. .. far from sure that the excessive armDtcaru. Its
sufficient space'and adequate equip. goods sUnder supply of credit has to be liquidated tor thJa purpc l Jaasoas

::'Y ment will be-available during bad Even Ifs tax bill should surmount the law now out of effect a such goods'will increase accord.; out of current income on the downswing nd helpa renlui-P1nkwn': Com-

weather; but the buildings ,shoulc the veto-hurdle, Democrats atm down payment of one-third of the ingly.< e z and so the depression if one e tatn.t Rc.b dfatseesThaaasala buns up fe have

DOt be shut tight, making hogs too hope It win boomerang on the familiar purchase price was required ofaIQ'One '1'hus.'if the old law of supply and i Is already In the-making, is given a "ported benefit Alan a yery.a ettve

warm. argument mentioned earlier. buying on the installment demand follows its natural bent I further Impetus." stomaciue tno WCU'UI VJ1Dc1 ,
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| A General! Quiz .- ?! .i'It'
SCHOLD : Old-Fashioned General FarmEditor's I.AP1..M1Ae-.tee-PLeLAAee' 1 ,,, -

'The! Question '- t
J ( Note: This is the fI.rs1ln a series of articles on current ,

problems by Louis Bromfield. 'One of America's leading 1. Approximately how -many

/ writers. Bromfield is anther of The Green Bay ,Tree," the members are there in the British'

K Pulitzer prize-winning "Earl, Autumn," "The Rams Came." house of lords? l '
"Pleasant Valley" and numerous other books.) 2.. When a fahrenheit thermometer .

reads 32 degrees above,zero,
By LOUIS BROMFIELD the centigrade: thermometer reads .

Released by WNU Feature what?

Lately there has arisen in the mind of the writer doubts 3. According mythology,' : ,*who
the three 'fates?
concerning two patterns of American life in which all of us were 4. What does xenophobia mean?

have taken great pride in the"past. These are unwelcome'' 5. Who was the peevish scolding .

doubts but observation and study of the patterns in relation Xanthippe \

to the highly integrated industrialized world in which we live 6. The lowest recorded tempera.-
make them unavoidable. They are: hire in the United States was"fo

.. l I 1933 in what state? *, ': ?
BISHOP Bishop That me old-Casnlonen pioneer ;

4ksl Friedrich Otto Dibelins ranking I pattern of self-suffi The wen painted barns and 7. What' is' the'. "supreme, ." **law'of*"

Protestant minister of Berlin/paid cient central farm is doomed. houses, the new automobiles, the, the land"? :/.; .t ._

a courtesy call on President Truman 2 That oar present complicated landscaped grounds around, the '"

when be arrived in the U. S. complex economic farm house, the good fences all The Answer .' ,

to>> visit theological seminaries. civilisation cannot afford countless of these one sees on. dairy .farms. 1. Seven hundred: ,
small enterprises save fruit farms farms. The
or potato
2. ,Zero. .. ..
:. under very exceptional circum-. farms .that appear to be falling 3. Clotho Lachesis and Atropos.

f 'are stances. apart are almost always practicing .
4. Hatred of foreigners :
Both doubts are certain to arouse agriculture in the old pioneer 5. Socrates' wife.

protest and even abuse, but both pattern. A good many of them are 6. Wyoming (66 degrees below

deserve the consideration of every, losing down each year or shift- zero at Yellowstone park). ,
: & thoughtful citlen.I lug over to specialization in orderto 7. The Constitution laws, ofT the t
k improve income and living standards
: :; The= general farm producing a or even to survive.It United States-made "in.pursuance,
45 5, little of everything is an American of ;'the Constitution, and treaties
is all part of the vast agricultural -
pattern growingout revolution now in progress andit made under authority of, ,the I
of life United States.
upon is the result of pressures from
isolated frontiers our highly integrated mechanized
and no longer tits industrialized civilization. The farmis

Serve Turkey Golden Brown and Juicy! into a highly com no longer a frontier outpost in CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT!

(See Recipes Below) plex national econ the defense against Indian attack ,
'' omy. A few acres
when it was necessary to produce
'. of corn or oats or
Thanksgiving TipsAs 5" nearly everything that was con
Thanksgiving Menu
wheat or hay can- sumed.

the days bring with them that not support. a corn LIVESTOCKHELP
cooler-than-fall feeling as the frost Cream of Mushroom Soup picker, a combineor In most productive areas of

gathers lightly on the pumPkin. we Roast Turkey Prune Dressing a hay bailer. the U. s. today, a farmer is an of skimpy INCREASE milker by MILK cumulating PRODUCTION ttuccUti ;
instinctively know ifs time'to talk Sweet Potatoes Creamed Onions Therefore the gen- integral part of our social me- ,appetites with Dr. LeGear's Cow Piescriptioo -
in their feed. A cow toaic guaranteed
of turkey and Thanksgiving., Brussels Sprouts Bromfield eral farmer is at chanical, economic structure to sire satisfaction. i

J Cranberry Sherbet once at a great disadvantage using electricity, gasoline machinery .
If families gather at this season. HELP TOUR horses and mule keev la top
AS is the time-honored custom Olives Celery SPELUNKER Mrs. Norma in competing with the prepared feeds and condition. Stimulate lagging appetites wlttk
Dr. LeGear's Stock Powder in their feed.
Mixed Pickles Hot Rolls Lee shown with farmer the wheat farmer or other which bind him into
you'll want a regal Fisher son corn things The best stock tonic money can buy. Satisfaction
bird that's Chiffon Pumpkin Pie Freddy 2, is Pittsburgh's only the specialist grass farmer or the the whole structure so that he guaranteed.HELP .

done to fork-ten Mints Beverage woman spelunker. A spelunker by fruit farmer, all of whom are doing must integrate himself and his

derness, besides Recipes given. the' way, is a member of the na- efficient jobs along specialist farm into the structure in' order WANTED-MEN, WOMEN

being golden tional speleological society a lines with the high degree of mechanization to survive. Addressing EARN Cards.SM TO Send S3*lOc WEEKLY to cover matt

brown and Juicy. Savory Brussels Sprouts. group of cave hunters and ex which any specialist en- ing. MCMILLAN COMPANY IOU wasalage.a I
The farmer of the future will note Park C0.. CaJeage Ice. IlL
Around the bird, Cook three pounds of carefully plorers. terprise can supportBecause hunter-trapper-farmer but a
> a
you'll want to as- washed brussels sprouts until done the general farm cannot businessman a scientist and a spe MISCELLANEOUSSTOP I

semble those in salted water. Drain and place I support a high degree of mechanl- I cialist. All of us will benefit by the _GOING ABOUT BLINDFOLDED_

foods that complement it best- in saucepan over low flame with change in terms of prices lowered Your Heart's Desire Feasible with AWe t
snow-white onions with a. bland two tablespoons of melted butter r- Uaee. Write Problems. THE MENTOa. -
4' z through efficiency in terms of .MOO B 8U ..R,WashiBlUa ice D.C.
cream sauce to mask their'sharp- tossing until all are coated. Pour inV health and in terms of taxes whichno
ness, crisp green brussels sprouts cup strong chicken stock season k longer 'will be needed to subsidize Gas Motorcycles Meters.OUtboard Uotorscooters.Inboard. Racing.Service .
savory with stock and breadcrumbs with salt and pepper. Place in servIng farms living by a pattern which Motors. Hulls Directory, 2Sc. Oaberae -
Meter Directory. Boa flu. WlMteay-
,, and sweet potatoes, of dish and cover with %. cup of has become obsolete and which in Sales N. C._

course I coarsely rolled bread crumbs which the past, has cost us dearly in DOLLARS DAILY
To prepare the bird follow these have been browned in butter. Clear Big Pr.at- Through Man Order
many ways.- B..t..... Fop Details Write STANDARD
three steps to achieving the feast: Sweet Potatoes. The passing of the general farm COMPANY. Isis KaUaas. IoU.... Texas.

Stuffing, 'trussing and roasting. (Serves 6) does not mean the passing of the

Prune Dressing.For 6 medium sweet potatoes family-sized farm. It is not a ques- U. S. Savings Bonds
( 10-pound turkey) .. tion of 'the amount of land but of Buy
% cup brown sugar &&.",. the gentral firm cannot
3 cups cooked prunes how it is used and what the farm!
2 tablespoons butter or substitute support blgb lI v.. of mtfbjmz-
1 small grated onion H teaspoon nutmeg lion, tbt ftntrtl irmr mutt work plan is. A specialized farm' of 100

,1 cap finely chopped celery $2 teaspoon cinnamon long hours, do tbingt M .. old acres operated under an efficient iI1riJiiiiiiVLII =

zJ4 "Pl fried bread crumbs % cup water fabiontd, flour end. itfficint ."'11'." plan produces 5 to 10 times as

1 cap prune Juice H cup sliced brazil ants much income with much less laborLord's
54 cup chopped pecans, If desired ration, the general farmer must
1 teaspoon nutmeg Boll sweet potatoes until almost work long hours, do things in an a TONIC

Salt and pepper tender; peel and cut in half. Place old-fashioned, slow and inefficient

Wash and soak the prunes. Cook 1n shallow baking dish. Combine way. His gross/Income is almost it's Powerful

them in water in which they were brown sugar, butter, spices and certain to be only a fraction of .'t

soaked until tender. Cool remove water. Bring to a boll.1 Pour over that of the specialist in dairying, nourishment f

pits and chop. Fry onion and celery potatoes; sprinkle with brazil nuts. grass farming corn and hogs, fruit
Bake in a moderate oven (375 degrees other undertaking
in two tablespoons of fat until potatoes or any -t f far
thoroughly with fried ) for 30 minutes or cook in a where a man is doing one or two f ,
soft. Mix
heavy skillet on top of the stove ANOTHER DECORATION \ things efficiently and well, insteadof ; .
bread crumbs, prunes, prune juice, Gen.Hap" Arnold retired chiefof ... RecomnendsdScoUTs
basting frequently. It( or 15 things inefficiently, slowly .
pecans and seasonings. air forces, received a new .. .
army and painfully. ..,., .rj. 6I ManyDOCTORS
Season the neck and body cavityof Cranberry Sherbet. decoration, this one from the Chinese 1;' .. '.". {
the bird lightly.. Fin neck with 2 cups sugar government for achievementIn I know of one specialist farm 01- ,. .ii1J! .
2 water 160 acres, raising apples, raspberries :
dressing and skewer the neck skin cups military aviation. ,j.4' Eamfafaa'fa
1 quart cranberries and hybrid seed corn which .
to the back. Dring' wing tips a great BIOH"
back. FID body cavity with dressing Juice of IJi lemons last year grossed $33,000. It is high. ENERGY FOOD

,but do not pack it tightly. Juice of H ,orange ly mechanized. Alfalfa is grown not { r TONIC tor sA sgw 1 i
to feed cattle but to mulch orchards Betp tea v. a**
Skewer or fasten opening to hold Make of the and
a syrup sugar and raspberries. The labor $ S systems low U ADVitanlas.
in the dressing. Tie leg ends downto water, cooking five minutes after It round l Help*
schedule is balanced the year
the tail starts to boil. Add the cranberriesand i i cMUtrea band sora)
with no peaks and no slack periods. t.etb.uses boas t
To roast the bird first grease the cook until clear, then run all All attention is .focused upon the i ,

skin with melted or softened fat. this through a fine sieve. Cool and three specialties and high production Tbt ftrmtr of the fuss,. will not

Place the bird on add the fruit Juices. Freeze in refrigerator yields per acre rather than bt 0 bttitT-trpp -f srmer but* b". GSSftSCOTTS

a rack, breast trays. This may be made .., gambling upon high prices to sur- sets man, f teitntist *nd I ../JUl."

down in a shal- the day before using. vive is the basis of all operations.The .
low pan which is Chiffon Pumpkin Pie. income is high and the hours than the same acreage of operated EMULSIONCOLDS
under the old system "egg
open. If the bird (Makes 9-lnch pie) short because the farmer is operat- money" for the wife. ,Sentimentally .
l does not have a
) generous layer of 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin ing efficiently. the passing is sad but rm afraid

U cup cold water ii is inevita le.Dackl'lags.
{ fat, cover witha 13'1 teaspoons cinnamon yrx, The same acreage operating
fat -moistened as a general farm with a few
K teaspoon ginger ,
cloth that'is large $K 55. }5 chickens a few cows, a few Spar

enough-to go over H teaspoon nutmeg hogs, a few acres of wheat, !!
1 teaspoon salt LIQUID MEDICINE IS Wilt
the top and sides. oats, corn or hay could have Army Solely Plcm
Ji cup brown sugar Get a.ft.mail leM ef C.U MHerfet vtt 44la
Boast in preheated oven set at K cup milk produced a maximum gross income FORT LEWIS. WASH.-Designed *lef.M ieOvt.UeaU Cd4*........ss ia...u.s.
in these times of '
temperature.An even
proper 2 cups cooked pumpkin to keep army personnel "accident
8 to 10 pound bird is set in a J4 cup whipping cream high prices jot only about conscious a new safety program mss.LIQUID ON.

32S degree oven for 3 to 3} hours.A H teaspoon vanilla $6,000 or $7,000, with ,a net of has been launched by Fort' Lewis ,
turkey four pounds'heavier requires BIT OF OLD CHINA Authentic not more than $3.000. --

the same temperature oven Mnch crust wedding dress with an'original officials.Separate unit headquarters are I

but is allowed four hours longer to Soften the gelatin in water. Add headdress from Peking embroid- The farmer would be at the issued white flags, to be flown from *_ 1

cook. For birds larger than 14 spices, salt sugar and milk to ered with seed pearls makes Virginia mercy of a custom bailer, corn the roofs of headquarters buildings.In 1
and Place look like picker, combine or haybatter. and
pounds use a 300 degree oven pumpkin. Lee an emperor's case of an accident resulting in
would be forced to do things the
time for in double
add tt hour of cooking: .. hospitalization or death of unit personnel
each four pounds. A 20-pound bird and heat to boiling w.. hard, old-fashioned way and frequently the white flag is taken down
for example. will take ,five to six move point.from heat.Re- vi?9 machinery suffer was losses not available because whenhis the and replaced with a black flag. NO LONGER WAKES If

hours to roast. add gelatin and( crops-were ready. Bad weatheror 3 TIMES A MIDIsssksdidfor6aectlshtonscltc
Do not add water or cover pan
: sudden decline in prices can ruin
If drippings burn until dis 2'stir I Never Too 01"ALBA.'lY.
while roasting. < ;
cold him or reduce him to subsistence -
solved. When
hot. ,If the clothcmrtnc i '
the oven is too, ts roJeyC atwkMsoyX Uad4erPBc
fold in 'whipped leveLI N. Y. You can
dries'during cooking .
the bird Taiai tsa ddoetorqm.porfatypte.tata+ *
remoisten from fat at bottom cream and vanilla. Pour into crust suspect that in another generation teach an old dog new tricks, insists long-k.wR a-Pte [.... fwiteJKUa. "[ M F.
of ;pan. Turn bird breast up when and chQL Sprinkle with crumbs bride.'s I the old-fashioned genera State Sen. Thomas C. Des = tk= sow kaowa
Remove cloth if from two graham crackers. farm will have become a curiosity mend chairman of a legislative t..a.aet* .
about % done. __ ..... ... awiw
in agricultural areas investigating problems of ?:
browning is desired:: Crust: To 12 finely rolled graham except poor group +vaaae.Iy ieiy lessee
more Test for doneness when meat crackers add 2 tablespoons of sugar where a few farms cling to the the aged. As proof, he offers ubryja WpeaSiT* a.dati.rhk. actM A&Ha M -
melted butter substi- old ways.Anyone with"an observant evidence that one ol4mer'"oyer ores_ eieade..reiaa.se. HnThmctft l re..a ..
soft. This is done by'pressing and tt cup or _y.. L'al.y.. 6a4 tk* a r s
driving through agricultural 65" listed himself as aa '.ears.DOUBii VOUB MOKST BAG*
the thickest part of the'drumstickwith' tute. Press in an even layer against eye .....
'The leg Joint also sides'and bottom of a nineinchpie country can see 'for himself the "apprentiCe" on a question
fingers. 4T4Tf
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should move readily when turkey is plate. ""
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Acre Nets $3o i far Needy
cubes slices of ,
Drop a few or ear W yifN*fRHEUMATISM
LYNN SAYSi f H WHt Milt -
Try 'J'beS8: lips for Cold rots into fish chowder. It adds color BYRON N. Y. Residents of Its..o.rbe auction climaxed a project

as well as flavor.Watermelon this farming community harvested commenced a year ago when residents Ji6ti

Weather- Cooking rind, spiced, of a 130,000 crop on Lord's"Acre, with of the village: decided to dc N LU6

Ever use gingerbread as bread course, is a- nice 'appetizer when an proceeds destined to go for domestic something to relieve worldwide suffering :
It makes the perfect bread for dried wrapped in bacon. and' broiled. and"foreign relief. and to promote human Understanding ;

fruit sandwiches.Try cream cheese Cook cereals with a bit oi tea,., An auction sale 'offering merchandise ;

for'the'spread in place of 'butter if molasses your for extra special flavor. ... collected through cooperative Three charitable institutions National

you',want a special treat. i This also helps add iron to the'diet. FAR FROM THE MADDING community effort as wen ax Catholic-Welfare association,
Those apple pies you can't. resist tried \ CROWD. 15. In the back yard ..I'his the output from fields in the adja- Protestant 'Restoration fund and

wffl be 'tncre so if you 'roll some Have you ever creamed TJvalde, Tex. home Joha cent territory attracted 7,090 buyers United Jewish appeal, will share in is

cheese into the strut.-And don't for dried beef on fluffy baked potatoes' ? Nance Garner former vice president to Lord's Acre pleasant plot the proceeds. Nine needy famines tarts s a Nat N Mat=

.' get to brush the,,tops of the crust It makes a nice supper an busy ef the U. s.. BOW aits placidlybi of land just inside the village lim- in foreign countries win be aided GMtE. t.M ,MM5Bpre 10.56 / ;

wrtb-mfflc if jrou.want that aped&la wash days. Add' a few peas. for coloz the 'sun and';;shucks pevaN* ...., : :' f ','- Sit
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I "/ ta7U& Published every Friday by the Shopping EarlyfbZ$1

t t j Okeechobee sews Co., at Okeeehooee ,
l '. Okeechobee County Florida. I i HMBBHI HBBBBBi Btt
tf 1 No rnatto how delicious a Thanksgiving dinner is, or how
f i to be a lot left. .,.....
.uh.verybody eau, there always seems BRYANT BOWDEN ?.Editor i
p.', J L ttt'a an to the good these days especially if you know '
t how to stretch your left-oven. And here's how: SUBSCRIPTION RATES j Iii 'I'
l' 1 DRESSING One Tear in advance ..........$3.00 I ISIX And
t l Months in advance ........ 1.50
1 rate cheer: when it reTo turn left-over poultry dressing and Three Months in advance ...... 1.00
cube it ill'i
real blessing
: a
in thia glamorous get-op i
i!; I =tbcpa. fat, stir in 3 tbsps. aauti a cup (more or less) with until 1 Entered as second class matter July ,. ..;
1 medium onion (sliced) in fat ,
.i .,tap. alt and add 1 2) dry lightly browned. Add a #2 can of 1, 1914, at the Post Office in Okee- ; 5
Gradually: cups thrifty IONA TOMATOES from chobee. Florida, =d Act of March ,
milk. Cook over I
:" ,, low heat, stirringconstantly the A&P, and heat. 3 1879.
,; .. ( till We Carry
SALAD! a Complete Line of Nationally
BOOth. Add to 1 ADD SAUCE TO YOUR County Commissioners
i Sightly b..tln> Want to make the remains of -.
i .... P1 eel CUP' Thursday's cranberry saue into Advertised Merchandise II
stilt: tUk*7.w A delicious dressing for Sunday's (Continued from Page 1)
; uladt Simply whip H cup thor. Township 11. South, Range as I'
1 iffils1i"i chillsd evaporated milk, I \
\ > ouzhly add 1 cup cranberry East to R. E. Hsmriek When Rail 'V :. .
i t t17 1 gnp inted sauce and b road Right-of-way Is ready toy We Have -T." V 4.
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blend -
DooWI I" use as a highway. ::;; -
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.. and brown. s.n4 to 0. made like this: SOW THEREFORE BE IT I : '
: Dissolve 1 pkg. RESOLVED that the Chairmanand Elgin
Benrus Rensfe and Wittenauer -
Ladiesand :
; BIRO SO! orange gelatin in Clerk of this Board be, and ,
i. l/a cups boiling water; add 1 tsp. 1:1: Men's Wrist Watches. They unconditionally 'Ii
: r'"aloha"to your fashion 1 they are hereby instructed and are
j dash of
of salt a cayenne
i .ky in true Hawaiian of authorized to execute a Quit-Claim V II
b7 serving slices of white meat of celery salt and 2 tbsps. guaranteed for one year. .
: d broiled pineapple on buttered ANN PAGE VINEGAR the Deed to said portion of present I
S.VTEL CRACKED WHEAT pure cider vinegar sold only at highway to R. E. Hamrick and to I
: A&P. Cool till partially thickened
# bread the
.ID.the !'AAP This is oven-fresh not only good ; add 1 tbsp. grated onion delver said deed to J. W. Fox, Elgin American Compacts and Dresser Sets.Ronson :: I I -;
food' for you, ao enjoy it and 1 cup grated: raw carrot.Turn Staff Assistant Trustees of Florida V :
; ... ofUnl '" into 4 individual molds and chill East Coast Railroad with In.. : i

struction to deliver said Deed to
t R. E. Hamrick when deed to said Lighters; Ladies and Men's Leather.: I -

Railroad Right-of-way Is receivedby I .? Wallets. Wedding and Engagement Rings .

: No need to put off ths Board; provided, However, i
Pick Your Sterling
choosing your sterling that the present highway Is to be / I

pattern prices Pattern NOW .. used as such until the new high. Radios; Tuya and Evening in Paris sets. Carving V',4.- '
i sterling silver flatware I
I way is open to the public. V V
; have increased """.... PASSED AND ADOPTED In sets and Revlon sets Overnight Bags. .v ,

.i less than 3 roam' Regular Session this December 1, _
r 1944. Our Buy a Place-Setting : -

ient plan makes place-Betting it possible wt a TimeMorton- 1947.There being no further business until Bicycles; Wagons and Skooters; and Baby, Car -_ I

the Board adjourned .
even for those riages. !" "
thaJenderbudieta Jewelers I :Monday, December 22, 1947. I ; -.
; to.start a complete Ph. 1010 107 N. 2nd St.. C. Chairman F;. DRAWDY. I

sterling service. Ft. Pierce, Fla. MABEL RAULER80NSHEFFIELD A very complete line of children's and grown up 3 I

Clerk. toys, including electric trains from $14.95.
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ix Tim CIRCUIT connr OP- THE I .
"..J.0H10.IS' AND FOR OKEECHOBEE -. Electric Lamps Shick and I
('m.STIS' CHANCERY.CASE ; Remington Electric

I WIT FOR NO.PIVORCK 1055( Shavers. A complete line of Christmas decorations. !

nF.TntCF.I.I.RS.. PlalnWfTB. / I
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iaENCWilatT O. .ALLEN.. Defendant.
EXPERT WATCH, RING & JEWELRY are hereby required to appear Finest a-
i Florida
it my office In Okeecbobee. Phone V
t. REPAIRS (Complaint}n Detttwber tor 22.divorce A. D. 1M7.filed to against Bill of I.y Okeechobee Plan i jC

roil by Beatrice -Mlft. In Circuit ; ,
Court. Okeecbobee County. Florida. In !
'\ !default whf'n>for Decree 1'ro Coufea'o .
'will be entereln against yon: the I I j
|Okeecbobee News is dpulpnatwl as the I
M ; newspaper In which this Order shallbe I
published once a week for four (
1 + gSquare weeks. I r- -- __ __ __ _
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Witness my band and official east I ._ _
at Clkeeclioboa. t'lorja-i, seta 17th day .:.
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Dance i of Circuit Court. Okwchobee.County .
; ; FloridaBy r
= ( CONNIE) W. UACLERSON.. D. c.SP.AL Christmas

V MARY ftCHULMAN.Attorney ; >

I : f : Saturday Night Tor JOSEPHINE NOTICE for fUintiff BOROMEI.TO APPEAR ; H r

4rM: Blue l'lln Drire. South West 1'Shoppers
Apartment .k. Washington. D. C.
You are hereby required to flU your i
Dec.6' written appearance In my office In
l Okeecbobee. Okerebobee Countv. Flort'd
on or before the Fifth (5th> day ;
of January, A. IX. 104! to the Bill of
you Complaint by \1orent for divorce Boromel.filed In the against Cir Do Your Xmas shopping early at Raulerson's Dept Store !

i =, FORT DRUM FLA. HIGHWAY 15 cult Florida.Court In default of Okeecbobee whereat Decree County Pro, ..
: = Cnnfesso will be entered against yon. WE OFFER THE
: The Okeechobee News la hereby deaUnated FOLLOWING GIFTS FOR MEN f
In which thin
as the newspaper
Order shall be published once a

i t: String Band, Everyone Welcome for WITNESS Okeechobee.four: successive my Florida hand week and, this,official the 5th tealt [

day of November. 1947.
t MABEL RAUI.ERSOS'SHEFFIELD. Striped and solid color coat Men's Sweaters
\, Fun For All.
j ( ) Sleeveless
,. .. Q. C. DCRRANCE. style PAJAMAS $4.50-$6.75 and Pullover
,., .' Attorney For Plaintiff.Si 2957.50 _

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: 'wI \: Mansfield and Pioneer Leather

'f:> Leather
Belts $1.00$3.50LOUNGINo ,

: !' $3,500.00. COWBOY BOOTS-$1,192.00 SADDLE

I BRIDLE AND MARTINGALE, AND ROBES $12.50. Men's- Socks, Anklets and r

I ; ,i'f.; t ; THAT" FAMOUS, HAND-TOOLED, STEERHIDE Regular Lengths 35c50cTie

4 V ,<, V, x* These are all on display, free of charge, a_ t f' SPORT SHIRTS, Rayon, Wool" ., and

Handkerchief.. Sets
D'I' '; Cotton $2.95-$10.50
; ; RANCHLAND $1.00-$1.50
x Long and Short Sleeves -
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Fortune and
: AiroMagicShoes.
.f The boots are made by Acme Boot Co., of the hide of T. O. Pride! Hand made NECKWEAR. 1j V
t { auctioned off for $44,375.00, and the boots are inlaid with gold; Many styles, and shades.

-? "t, V The saddle, bridle and martingale are from Keyston Bros. $1.00-$1.50 Sizes, 6 to 12 $8.85, $9.50 =

The Steer hide is by Tex Tan, who makes our roping saddles,
belts and billfolds

V;; ...... '! :/, r All visitors are welcome, but we extend V a-, special invitation to White striped and s idc l n DRESS SHIRTS $2. 5-$4.95 -J
you, of the Glades.
a : j" Ht you can't find what you want in your home town drop in at We offer for convenience ,-, ,
your this
,'. ; RANCHLAND and ARCADE MEN'S SHOP (TYE & 'LISK), year a gift wrapping dept ,

_: V ': ;;h two famous stores in Ft Pierce. There will be a small charge for each .__

y=' ; i'Ranchland carries items for women and children, as well! as package pRaMlerssi's .' ;
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k men. The finest store of its kind in the South. -_>-

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: Formal Opening SATURDAY



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To Celebrate this Event, we will Give Away Three Valuable. Gifts


,n 1 Fir s t P r i z e A $25P Registered Perfect Keepsake Diamond Ring i. ':' -


: A Secon d Prize $125 Registered Perfect Keepsake Diamond Ring c- _

y) T 11 i r d P rize A $50 Elgin| 17-J Deluxe Wristwatch (Men's or Ladies') :

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Here is all you do to qualify for one' of these free gifts. : Drop in the store,any time until, 7 P. M. \ Saturday. December,6th and register' your".. name.-.

Then-on Saturday, December 6th at 7 P. M.-BE AT OUR STORE. YOU may win one of these valuable gifts. NOTHING TO BUY. =NO. PUZZLES -.
TO SOLVE. Just register your name with us THIS WEEK. REMEMBER-The drawing of the lucky winners will be at 7 P. M. _Saturday,
Dec. 6th. YOU MUST BE HERE TO WIN! ? -

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., Magic. ... ..Circle., : S''.. -- .Hamilton ,.t- ',> '.t Meeker Leather Products. Elgin American ProductsOf; .-
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'.International.,......, Silver Co..,," .. :>: -1 ", Waltham" .' .... <",',.-.,1.."ivC -' v Remington Shavers' Seth, Thomas Clocks r'\ .

'1847 Rogers Bros. '. ::> ... .,:,. ::.j V' Shayemaster .General, Electric Appliances. '
; <'- I- -1<-" Parker'"51" 'Ceramic Art Studio Products' ., :
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F.t t F -' Where_to Get Themt [1 FICTION [ GHOST ON QIfOADWAY Sunflower Quilt That's Colorful


s- f!I Corner B sosESr nz aLnm Adorable Easy- Crocheted KittenIT- :

t THINKING of it afterward. ter Nettie, at a time when her He told me about the operation your

} 4t IN Brainard could never eetrid fiance Benamin Brainard. was out mother needs, which requires

i ii i t of the feeling that the light actually of town on business. Nettie Sharp, money. He told me more. Nettie.

e did change. In her empty tearoom then a girl of seventeen had found Something about himself. But that y

Ask These Questions the telephone on the cashier's Jerry Angus the Irresponsible wastrel was confidentiaL"

i When Choosing A Job desk rang. Although it was nearly more enchanting than her businesslike Nettie's heart stopped beating.
g noon all of Broadway near Union and absent fiance. Her par- Was it some other girl?

i Square seemed to dim to a queer ents ended that romance but not "What did he tell you?" she cried.

eerie twilight."Is before Jerry Angus and Nettie "Never mind. But, look Nettie.

/HAT'S in a job? It depends this Miss Nettie Brainard?" a Sharp pledged eternal devotion in a This cash came from smugglingarms

f on what you're looking for. man's voice inquired. secret meeting arranged by the in a good cause. Let it do

Do you want security and will you black sheep Tom Sharp. It was a some good!"
I "Yes Nettie said into the Instrument
be content with a smaller salaryto heartbreaking farewell He laid a brown envelope In Net

have that assurance? Then Civil Jerry Angus and Tom Sharp left tie's palm. His hand she noticed

Service is a good bet for you with "Are you the daughter of Bena- together to hunt gold in Alaska and was weathered and had on its backa

t its pension benefits and retire- ruin Brainard. deceased and Nettie after that adventured In the Far large strawberry birthmark.

{. ment plans. harp?" East. Young Nettie Sharp married "But. Uncle Tom!" she protested.

"Yes. Yes I am." Benamin Brainard after all. and '"Now now!" He got up. "Of
i. Do you like lot of leisure time for
outdoor sports? Then you "Is your mother there 1""She's had one child Nettie before Bena- course you wouldn't take ten thou-
want a jobor with steady hours If only a min Brainard died. sand dollars from Just anybodT.You've .
in the kitchen Just
moderate salary to permit you more per. busy
.' sooal freedom. now. She'll be busy for half an hour.
; .,i j If you have chosen a certain industry, Who is this please?"
canvass the field either in person or by
--:J' letter of application and push your way "This is Thomas Sharp. Your [ ;;> .
In by strength of perseverance if necessary. asjzJ 5602
; : It's wise to ask yourself these questions Uncle Tom.
1 > .:' and others when you're Job-hunting Nettie gasped. "Uncle Tom! But :iJ i-
;- Is there a chance for newcomers? Am I .
.t. ._ equipped for or do I need further butbut you are dead! .
: 4 :. schooling at night? What are the salary The man's laugh had a hollow a ,>, '
I opportunities? ;: "
sound. "Not quite, he said.
Dozens of fields are analyzed for you ; '
In our Reader Service booklet No. 201- "But five years ago up home InMaine. 4 ; : -
where the jobs are bow to get them- ';-
selling _transportation manufacturing we got a registered package _
.! -Professions-and "glamour trades." ." Nettie insisted her voice a J J1 'II ,

: Send 25 cents 'in coin for "Guide to shaking slightly. "It held four Brit.lab aitasa y
Jobs: How and Where to Get Them" to Cute Toy for TotAs ,
Weekly Newspaper Service 243 nest 17th bonds, and his-your passport r 5.161 1/Jlfrl1\/ \i
,. Street New York 11. N. Y. Print name. stamped in Chinese and Russian CUTE as can be is this-era-: '
address with zone booklet title and cheted kitten for
tots to
No. 201.Brain. and a letter from Harbin slgnfed by _
Jerry Angus saying that you had-" around. Crocheted of grey wool.
with white face, paws and tart
The man laughed again. "Now

t of Automatic Rat ettie, don't be so upset by this! green eyes, black nose and mouth

Anything may happen in the Far Easy-to-Do Quilt are embroidered in simpl*

r Memorizes Pathways East. Besides I left home twenty- ONE of the easiest quilt designs stitches. Add.a big. pink bow. -

five years ago. Before you were make as the diamond- e

; One of the latest and most >orn." shaped pieces can be cut simply tions.To obtain catch complete Illustrations crocheting, embroidery instruct dh

amazing automatons is a "rat that "Well." said Nettie swallowing. and sewn into a block. For this rections and finishing information fat

I learns." Started at the entrance "Now don't say anything to your sunflower motif use brown-flecked cents Cuddle in Kitten (Pattern No. 5SC2) send a,
coin your name, address
of a maze the metal animal mother. I want to speak to yotfalone. percales, tiny patterned cream pattern number. aw

moves along in search of its goalin m be right over." and yellow cottons polka-dotted Send your order to:

the center retracing its steps He hung up. The light seemed to 1 background. The center should be

f like a live rat, when finding itself flood back into the deserted tea :vivid yellow have 12 piece SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
i in blind passageways. As these room. "Heavens above!" Nettie ,blocks each 14 inches square and 530 South Wells SL Cnteaf 7. 13.'

; mistakes register on its mechan- aid aloud.. "Uncle Tom! Alive! I He laid a brown envelope In Nettie's palm. His hand she noticed, I 12 plain white or yellow blocks. No Enclose 20 cents for Pattern

ical brain, the rat after completing Alive after all! What ever shall I I had on Its back a large strawberry birthmark. NamesAddre.

>. one experimental trip is able laT to him Why does he want to To obtain cutting patterns for the Sun- .
became occasional
an too much -
to go directly from the entrance taUt to me alone Why..if s like havIng pride for that. I flower Quilt (Pattern No. 5161) complete -
rambling letter from some unknown hope But blood's thicker than Water piecing and finishing directions amounts
to the goal.Christmas. a visit from-from a ghostl"Across !
i ; of all materials Send 20
specified. cents
far Eastern place. Then from Har child. Besides, if you and your
the street her mortal enemies in coin your name address and pattern
the two quick lunch places, bin his passport and his legacy bad mother must have a tea room this
come to his sister. will let you have one back home.
with their and their
neon signs Splendid CoughRelief
: shopping needn't be a Take thedrlce
i gains in coffee and doughnuts now Now Tom Sharp was alive again of a wanderer number.LIOUSEtIOLD
tiring experience if you follow this Nettie. Marry. Settle down. Don't
: suggestion. For friends who enjoy became friends for once. They assured and hurrying to see his sister's miss love when Is Easily
Jt comes by.
daughter.Just .
her that she was not in some
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smoking pleasure-here are'two cigarette great or pipe gift timeless world of the spirit. Instead then the front door opened.In mouth.He kissed her roughly on the Mixed at Home
Then he
items that to For she was in the bustling world of today stepped a bouncy stocky gray- was gone leaving HINTS
are sure please.
Nettie feeling that this visit from To get Quick and satisfying relief
the man or woman who prefers where a girl of twenty-two haired man. one mourned as dead simply could from coughs due to colds miX this .
mild melloW; rich-tasting cigarettes who loves a young doctor way backIn "Well. Nettie," he said heartily have recipe In your kitchen. Once trted
her home town is to standby never happened.The Save needless hours of repair you'll never b6 without It. '
: select a ,carton of Camels, "come sit by your Uncle Tom. Yes, .
a national favorite. And for the her ailing mother in New York. you've got your mother's bright kitchen door opened.. Nettie'smother work by catching small tears and first make a syrup by stirring Scups I
and to make tea came in. tiny rips promptly. Besides if granulated sugar and one cup of !
try a room in
pipe-smoker, wisely choose a pay brown eyes. .'How you water a few moments,until dissolved.A !
can I begin to tell her
i a section where there Is no roon.. for ? darn a small tear the repair job
pound tin o4 the largest-selling pipe He led her to one of the yellow Nettie thought."I child could do it. No cooking j
J tobacco. Prince Albert. Both tea rooms. will be less conspicuous. I needed. Or you can USA corn syrup or I

l t Camels and Prince Albert come in "Uncle Tom! Nettie said again. tables.. couldn't. hear what that man -.- liquid honey,instead of sugar syrupyThen !
I "Yes yes my dear. No one likesto was saying. Her mother was talk cet 2& ounces of Pines front
All she could remember of him Do let Turkish -
f gay gift packages. No other gift was not towels become -
f ing. 'But any druggist. This is a special com J'
be visited by a ghost! He his voice seemed to be
: that be black -
J!> wrapping is necessary. Camels was a sheep or something too soiled, because scrub- pound of proven Ingredients in concentrated ::
,i' and Prince Albert are "ready to worse. Her own father Bena- roared with laughter., "It was poor one I had heard as a girl. I kept expecting bing wears them out. form well-known for its --I

give." At your dealer's nowAdv.i mln Brainard. never would permit Jerry Angus who played that Jokeon you' to call me, Nettie. I -.- quick action on throat and bronchial Jj

; j hIs name to be spoken. This was me. Left me with no passportand i wondered if I would know anyone I When making biscuits with sour toons. _>'\
fooL"He hadn't for Put the Plnex in a pint bottle and ;
because no money. The crazy I seen so long. Like your -
over twenty-five years ago milk one-half "
teaspoonof cn up with your syrup. This makes a ?
Uncle Tom
i l lt SAME LOW Tom Sharp nearly had broken off glanced toward the kitchen. know "; well I suppose I would soda for each cup of sour milk.. full pint of splendid medicine and you .. :
PJllCt\Q\ lenamin Brainard's engagement toettie's 'But I mustn't waste time like this.I The flavor of the biscuits will be get about four times as much fort .

mother. found you by phoning the doctorin She sat down and picked up a richer their health value greater you money. Never spoils.Tastes fine.
fork. And for quick blessed relief it is
t "As for Jerry Angus she .
Tom Sharp had brought home the old home town. The same and the biscuits will be light surprising. You can feel it take hold j
some ruffian named Jerry Angus, name, but the son of the one I usedto went on, the boy who wanted to 1 and fluffy. In a way that means business. It .

and had introduced him to his. sis know. Thats how time flies!, marry me, years ago, I would know -.- loosens the phlegm soothes the irritated -
him anywhere. He had a strawberry I membranes and eases the sore
s..es..r.E Make neat
a KaUerfor family
birthmark on the back of his left ness. Thus It makes breathing easy '-
E hand." She cut off a bit of lettuce. ,portraits. Instead of placing a host and lets you sleep. Money refunded
,c' of them on the piano, frame all if not pleased in every way.
{ "Why are you suddenly looking
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Ointment.Skillfully medicated 11 One who 14 for the kind of paint that dries to

I beneficially oily it gives untold shirks his a moderate gloss. BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS.
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24 Burden meet win your heart immediately
crecmu1son relieves prozaptly bet 26 Location
.t cause ittrouble soes right to the seat of the 28 Consumed 4S 47 43 T--- even before they say a word. ThIs

c to help loosen andexpei 29 Wild they do by the expression on their 7.ii' '- '
Rem\laden phlegm, and mid nature 1
t u faces. Others win .
to soothe and heal 31 For fear that 53 S4 you only after ., ,'
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Caxned bronchial mucous-mem 33 Suffix or weeks of associa '
branesLTeU your druggist: to sell you Indicating SS 36 31 SS S9 60 tion, which causes you to overlook a ---

s bottle of Cmimalsianwilatnemi- past tense their dead-pan expression and recognize Poor little chest muscles aS sore:
ilerstanding must like the way it S4 Prussian their worth
and "achey" from hard coughing?
CQtekly allays the 61 61
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to nave your money back. 36 Assault The faces we like the faces of 6t Quick Mother-call for soothing
Mentholatum! Rub it on back chest
personality are '
38 To exist beautifully
CREOMULSION a. described
66 child will like that warm,
n; 40 Heavy, pliable by Rosamond Lehmann' in action! lessen
J tot Cau..Chest Colds Bronchitit metallic her novel "The Weather in the MENThOLATUMcongestion Helps
without' irritating chpd'adeucata
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iT Regretted gold 39 Occurrences bearing hind the features and Is
4 Girl's name 41 Feat 57 Eggs there and Power Sets restore !
Work Well- 49 Wicked 5 Suns 43 gone again. I like a face Ring horsepower
Prickling 58 Italian
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up expand and collapse
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potion. sensation for
For Too To Feel Wail 52 Husband of 4 Inlet 44 Powerful 7es"Octavia and be different every nigh When you notice your car,track or trace:
60 Poetic
and : tins beginning smoke and lose
k u .... .**r day T day e-4III7 8 Banes deity nightfall and from every angle and not power
mmt tkppia tiwttat Pappua here's what to do:Have the engine reconditioned ;
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that ma.ot .tn.' ht tha blood 56 Shekea liked and what engine whatever the make model or
=:' fajury to h..tt1, than w.y 17 Slender A.ew.r t. Push. 1t.aitt sa others tike 59 Earth condition. Sealed
,oddess cylinder wear See
Is your
whatdsow.. 81 Toiled pointed piece F expression,.vitality anlm Power Franchise
we .bidsr.tea Dealer. Save oil **vegas
...... of metal tion. We all like faces that betray
y Nourishing L E x I o x s o DBS ,restore power t8ta4
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Jacob I 1 you it ought to
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LOCAL CHAPTER O. E. S. again at the piano, and her JJtit!
Ernestine and Judge T. W. Cone,
: DURNEY KELZ (Continued from Page 1) alternating with vocal solos, wifl--
ROOM the Piano Fund. Mr. Alto Watford the whole company joined In rlar
FormerlyDENMARK'S) : : BOATS Featuring CABINS was the lucky "purchaser." Ing the rafters wIth "God BeTh 'V i
meeting was likewise You Til We Meet Again." !1
SWEETTATERSAll Interspersed with Ferrilee musical Hunt numbers Subscribe:; to The News".!
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Complete Home Outfitters One Can Eat ___ $1.25Also I ..ti.h6
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Delicious STEAKS From where I sit... Joe
Phone 115 J. E. Cone, Mgr. OPEN ALL NIGHT ; Ay Marsh
Tender!-I should say. FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS .. ---
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Remember to Get Your FlowersFrom Marry Young?

Mixon & Ellis Garage Marry Old? :

Building Supplies-Gen. Repairs When Jeb Crowell's daughter, That's why I'm not worried about
Choice Roses Carnations Orchids Gardenias
Sue married nineteen-year-old our younger married couples.They
BATTERIES, TIKES AND TUBES Corsages. ,"Slim" Blake, a lot of folks (espewere raised in a country, that re-.'::'
UPHOLSTERY AND HOME LAUNDRY Flowers for Weddings and all Occasions. 'cially older ones) began to shake spects one another'right-a coun:
their heads. Young marriages! try of tolerance and temperance(a; F
Day Phone 132 Night Phone 5-R-4 Chaney's House( of Flowers ''Tut tut! lot of bridegrooms are ex.GJL'v.
So looked up some figures. It's and it looked to me like their favorite :.:
Box 153, Okeechobee.Fla. 207 North 2nd St. Phone 1031 Ft. Pierce, Fla. I ,true, young American girls and beverage was beer:)
boys marry younger than in other From where I sit, it isn't when.=
(countries. And where do you sup- you marry that's important. It's b.
;pose they had the least chance I the all-important spirit of totert
,won't name it, but maybe )'ou've ance and understanding that you-'
Joseph W. Yates HONEY ''guessed. One of those countries bring to marriage. K..f--

that before the war suppressed all /1 l;

YATES FUNERAL HOMEFort 1947 crop of Honey is now available in any ''individual freedom and tolerance. O'Vjlal4IL' ft}

quantity desire. l V";'
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Pierce, Fla.

1 Phone 789 Phone 789 A. J. (Bee Man) BoettgerPHONE

Prompt Ambulance Service 78-3 OKEECHOBEE, FLA. COCHRANE G COCHRANECertified

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announce that Mr. George E. Goff is now associated r- =

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Residence Telephone 117 156 Pickup and Delivery I CHLORDANE


SeeOKEECHOBEE The Crop-Safe insecticide

Electric Service & Co.
Repair .
Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing without Chlordane insecticides get the bugs .,
SALES SERVICE your crops. .. gee:: -
Phone 155 For truck gardens, here is the most .'j..' : .Jn j _7.
FOR U. S. TIRES effective insect toxicant yet developed. f,C. .'"
C. J.. Strickel, Manager Deadly to mast common pests it consist. .; :r n:s'< ,
ently gives kills of 95 to 100%. [(:& t.. .. :
Puroil Products, Ford PartsService'P. Markham Bld'g. Okeechobee, Fla Yet when properly applied.Chlordane LtA1 t-n 7 J
O. Box 476 Phone 44 does not = r
injure even such delicate crops : {. ; 'T t.
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Ei Modern Cleaners STANEY RADIO ELECTRIC mercial brands of insecticides-In t1S'- ",
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wettable powders, dusts and emulsions. '
Ask your local dealer for them 11'k'3U6 tL''
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Open 8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00
Be the label
CLEANINGPRESSINGALTERATIONSPhone sure states plainly "contains J::
Chlordane". There are no ;94H
Wednesday close at noon. Saturdayopen substitutes.

95 ,< :. till 8:00 P. M. ff ilii'I/$
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Electrical Appliances, Radio Batteries, Flash- ,/ t .iChlordano.' direct for writ .* \,; U :._..
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Gilbert Culbreih
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RefrigerationSales Store FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORSRanges c trot tree with bulletins Chlordane: a*contained in your

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-Service < J Livestock: Parasites ( ) Roaches ;.-

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Gulf Station Paul D. RobbinsyOwner STOMACH ULCERS COMPANY"

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h Union Wines Cordials LEE TIRES Also, wholesale and OTW three million bottia*of the WIX.LA mTxATuc3tT Place your order now for Rose! ,
f bate been cold for relief oi Boshes. First shipment will ar-
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E_ST..OUECBOBEE: HOTEL far Dfge.tioaSa.r or Upset Stomacli,
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