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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 22, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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MOORE! Volume 54-Number 24 CJceechobee, Florida Friday, December 23, 1961 Telephone ROdeo 3.3134 and 3.3135 lOe Par Copy


First official meeting of the

Okeechobee County Industrial Baby Janet Renee Steelmanwon T
Development Commission will .7}' .; . j Fire Destroys Janet Renee Steelman the stork race by being the Hospital

not be held until after Christmas, jI first baby born In the new Okee
Director Frank Altobeilo said. River BridgeFire chobee General Hospital.

However, plans are I Janet Renee made her debut
progress. -. First Baby In General] ChangeoverCOlnpleted
caused
by burning
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17 and he has appointed a coordinator nt 9:55: p. m. Thursday, weighingIn
and committees will brush Ignited the bridge I at 9 pounds 4 ounces. Along
be named at the first meeting. i over the Kissimmee riveron with the distinction of being the
You may be named to a com State Road 70 about 12 Wins Many Prizes first born in the new hospital, she

mittee and if so, vlll be expectedto i .o .,t miles from Okeechobee. garnered a wealth of gifts for
work. The commission can The Okeechobee Volunteer herself and the proud parents It
was moving day at the two
Fire Department rushed to
not exist on promises. Right now from local shops. hospitals

Okeechobee has Its greatest opportunity the scene about 4 p. m and The baby is t" receive a feeder That was Thursday.the day all patients,
was still fighting the fire at
for Industrial growth. spoon and ring from Finley Jew who had been receiving treatment
A'l we need Is to let America I f o'clock. The state road department elers; case of milk from Page's at the Louisiana Raulerson Hospital I'
know of the potentiality of the I was attempting to Court $5 gift
Auto Grocery; a were transferred to the new,
area and that .what the commission I cut out a portion of the cretiflcate from the Young Ages; modern General Hospital.

is for. bridge to halt movement of first haircut at Joe's Barbershop The massed movement was be I
the fire. About a quarter of
I ; bottle warmer from Central gun early In the morning and ex .
mile of the structure had
Through an error somewhere a Electric; $5 in Infants wear tra ambulances from Fort Pierce
along the line there was a $GOO already burned. from Raulerson'i DepartmentStore helped to cam the patients to I
mistake In the Watford television The Firemen's Auxiliary 7f electric clock
; an nursery their new environment, and
ad last week. Colored TV's do sit r served sandwiches -end coffee from Padgetts Pharmacy; pair of rooms.
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not sell for $259. Regular priceis q during the course of the ev % mocasins from the Fair Store; The crew manning the kitchen

$8.>9. t ening. baby bath tub from the Western was pushed for time, having served

+ Auto; $5 gift certificate, the Boston breakfast In the old hospital, I
We got to studying on what r Services Held Store; nursery rug, Dixie and was required to serve the
to get the five grandchildren fore Home Furniture Store; pair of noonday meals from the new fa

Christmas. A casual Inventory I For Sidney lamps, Dave's Trading Center; cilities. But they worked hard,
showed boxes and boxes of toys its xw robe and booties, Peter's Sc to $1 and served the meal at the stroke
already on hand, that each one Lowe Monday Store; and a walker from Bad- of 12, the first one being servedto I

already has a bicycle they have Sidney Lowe, age 84, died late cocks. Tommy Doonan from the new

ball gloves and bats and balls. Friday afternoon at a Fort Pierce The little Miss also won for her $1500 serving equipment.The .
They have kid's furniture and hospital Funeral services were parents five gallons of gas from first woman patient movedto I

fishing equipment and about everything i held Monday afternoon at the Gilbert's; 10 free washer loads at the new hospital was MiMi
except clothes and I Church of the Brethren with Rev. the Laundromat; haircut for Dad Pope. The first man moved was

shoes. And so nehow our klls F C Rohrer officiating, assistedby I from Bill's Barber Shop; flood Tommy Doonan.
are not thrilled with gifts of the Rev. R. M. Durrance. light. from Ferguson Plumbing; Doctors, nurses and aids were

clothes. All this research broughton Mr Lowe had been a resident ,_ $25 gift certificate to apply on very efficient In their new en
a seige of reminecsing. Backa i of Okeechobee since 1903, coming washer or dryer, or $5'In cash vironments, and work went on as
half century ago things were Black smoke from the McMullen apartments swirls here from Arcadia. He was a from Watford's Appliance; one smoothly as could be, Including

not like this. In the year 1909 Santa through the sky, attracting many people to view the rancher.He ,, suit each cleaned, Okechobee locating special services; restore

Claus brought one toy. perhaps tragedy of a once proud apartment house. The fire is survived by his wife, , Cleaners; $5 gift certificate, ing the drug room, and charts,
an orange and the candy the Tastee Freez; electric Iron for and dozens and dozens of other
continued all Sunday afternoon, and the buildingIs Mrs. Sarah Mable Lowe; six I
grocer gave the Old Man when a complete ruin. sons, Rayford Lowe of Thona- Mom, Glades Gas; blouse for things that go into making the
he paid the grocery bill. And we tossa, Roy Lowe of eWst Palm Mom, the Sandra Shop; desk pen operation of a movement of this

were pleased and happy. It Beach, Oscar Lowe of Miami, set each, Big Lake Office Supply; size a success.
was that year, we believe that we Fire Levels Okeechobee Booin-Time Guy Lowe of Punta Gorda, Percy free dinner for parents, Sierra Movement was completed by :
received a book, "Black Beauty", Lowe of Tampa and Armond Here, Janet Renee Steelman poses for her very Restaurant; $5 gift certificate for noon, as far as patient exchange

our brother a red rubber Inflated Ypartincnt House Sunday 3Iornin" Lowe of Okeechobee; five first photo, with nurse Yvonne Brooks. She was Mom from the LoveLy Beauty was concerned, and already there

bail and our sister a doll. Also Another Okeechobee landmark Ivy McMullen.: who now lives in ter*. Mrs. Tessie Long. daugh'l almost 12 hours old when the picture was taken Salon; $20 worth of merchandise room"wert two awaiting women the In birth the'of"ready their
I. v e each. got a hunk of candy Mrs. from Eddie's!. Market;
vas destroyed by fire Sunday,'the Miami Lottie Sills and children happened at 9tt:
.. About to big mine molded like all of Okeechobec, Also, two free dinners from the p.m.
r' . t bird bit old building to be rued The McMullen building wai. originally ford when Janet Steelman was born,
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a dog the other two a cat anda this year. It was the McMullen Intended to be a hotel Treasy Raulerson of Tampa and Tennessee Restaurant; shampoo,
hen. We boys promptly ate apartments a two-story stucco and Is laid to have operated as Mrs. Helen Spinello of New York; set. facial and make-up for the and again at 11:47 when a son

ours but Nellie was more frugal. structure built in the twenties such for several years. However, and a brother, Johnny Lowe, of new mother from Ruby's Beauty coca delivered Jacobs. to Hugh. and
However, from time to time we during Okeechobee's hectic boon. when Okeechobee (which duringthe Okeechobee. Shop; a two-year subscription to Gladys
would surreptiously! lick her candy time development.The twenties was being hailed as Interment was in the Evergreen Tne Okeechobee News; $5 on any 1,
her.Ve ruptured the rubber fire was discovered about the "Chicago of the South"! failed cemetery at Okeechobee. purchase from Ziegler'a Furniture Teen-Towners

ba'1I Ith a pin and our brothercut 9 a. m. Sunday and it was believed to grow as predicted, the Mc. and a 5x7 enlargement from
the pictures out of our Black to have been caused by Mullen building was remodeled to Infant DiesThe the Fort Pierce Photo Center To Have PartyFor

Beauty book. We've never for. defective wiring. It was a par contain ten apartments. The parents, George A. and MembersThere
given him, nor has be forgiven ticularly difficult fire to fight These apartments were furnished infant son of Mr and Mrs. Martha June Steelman, live at the
us. Forty years later we bought since the blaze was between the by the McMullen family and Milton Richard Hare of Okee Flying G Dairy, They came here will be a Christmas par-
him a new ball and he gave us walls. Firemen battled all day were constantly rented until the chobee died at birth this morning from Tennessee three months ago ty: for members only, at Teen

a new book, but it wasn't the Sunday to keep the fire from past two or three years. At the in the Okeechobee Hospital. is Baby Janet Renee has an older Town Friday, starting at 7:30:
came. spreading. It was evident from time of the fire only three families Besides his paernts, he Is survived / brother and sister, Kathryn and p. m. Admission Is free. There

the start that the building could lived there by a sister, Faylene, and George Jr. Dr. H. H. Raulerson will be an exchange of gifts.
The following comment on Sun. not be saved. A brisk wind fanned The two other fires which re the maternal grandparents, Mr. ushered the new citizen Into the Each girl Is to bring a gift fora

day's fire was brought to us by the flames which sometimes moved Okeechobee landmarksthis and Mrs John Rhoden of Okee 7 world.It girl, and each boys gift fora

J. P. Deloney, a volunteer fire reached 20 feet above the build. year destroyed The Okee chobee. was a close race. At 11:47: boy not to exceed SOc in cost.
man. We print it exactly as it chobee News building In Januaryand Graveside services were to be p. m. Dr, James Horton delivereda Refreshments, furnished by some ;
was presented: ing.By 5 p. m. the apartment house the Florida East Coast Rail. held at 3 p.m. this afternoon at son to Hugh and Gladys Ja of the members, will be served.

It burns . and it did, all day and burned to the ground but the road Station a month ago. the Okeechobee Cemetery, The cobs. It has always been noted All members are urged to come
Sunday. The place was the old f.re department stood by for All three fires were similar. All Rev. Dewey Herndon pastor of that girls are quicker than boys, and join in the fun. ;*
apartment building just northof mcny hours to protect against fly' cf the buildings were frame the Church of God in Okeechobee, however.It r
the First Baptist Church. A ing embers. structures, built of pine and all was to officiate. The Yates
was a good start for the new Ranch ChildrenSee
great many people came to the The building was owned by Mrs burned furiously. Funeral Home was in charge of hospital. Patients were moved

fire-the firemen too; they stay' arrangements. from the old hospital Thursday African

ed all day. The other people Okeeehohee Brahiiians Will Host morning. Two new babies arrive
came and went. Comments by Agitated Man ed the first day. Not bad at all. Curios SaturdayMiss

the spectators were: "It's goingto Lake Area Basketball TournamentSpanish Creates Scene Peggy Scott visited Friday

burn up!" "It's gonna burn Okeechobee High School will MAN DIES night and Saturday at the Real
down'I" I wondered which; were Some excitement createdat
play host to the Lake Area was Life Children's Ranch. Miss Scott
right and came to the conclusion ClassesReceive Christmas Basketball Tourna the Post Office In downtown George A. and Martha Jane Steelman, parents of IN FIREA IAS been serving as a missionary

tha both were You see, it burn. I' NewEluipment ment December 29 and 30 In the Okeechobee Monday when a col. Janet Renee, first baby to be born in the new In Africa under the sponsorship
ell up until the firemen got local The four ored man apparently became born Thursday fire In Cypress Quarters of the Assembly of God church.
gymnasium. participating Okeechobee Generalllospital. Baby was
ready to eat lunch. At that time teams will be Belle mentally disturbed. He paced claimed the life of J. B. Brown, She showed the children picturesand
ve took an hour off from the Glade and Okeechobee. back and forth shouting and pro at 9:55: p.m. colored, Wednesday, Dec. 13. He curios from Africa. Most
Jupiter
joh of fighting the flames ate I testing for some 30 minutes while was found in a burning bed In popular with the young people
_I then finished combatting thef. The Spanish classes at Okee Pahokee and Jupiter will start local citizens tried to locate the 4 COUNTIES FILE his home by local firemen who was the large collection of elabor
.. chobee high school have receiveed the tournament off at 7:00 .
- this time the thing burn. : p.n. city police and finally called the answereed the alarm. He had ate head-dress, which they were
ed down. Why' To prevent a new equipment for the teach Dec 29 and following this game sheriff's department. The man apparently set his bed afire permitted to try on.

cliilci from perishing in the wreck. ing of oral Spanish. The equip Belle Glade and undefeated Okee made no attempt to harm any while smoking and was overcomeby Miss Scott is a Florida girl
ment consists of a record play. chobee will square off on the SUIT ON BONDSFour the smoke coming from Jacksonville.

ageWhile fighting the flames and er, a tape recorder, and 18 student local court, Saturday night, December one.He was picked up and taken to Brown lived alone in a shack at
afterwards, I heard considerable head-sets. 30 the two losers willplar the rear of a grocery In Cypress
the Okeechobee hospital by Sher.
counties which lost out In'' sue would be used to construct t Brownie Scouts
at 7 o'clock, With the
criticism of the way things were oral drills championship Quarters. He was employed at
Used primarily for iff J. M. McPherson, Deputy a legislative battle to divvy up highway from Bonita Beach tc
handled. If you are guilty comeon thu kind of equipment has the game following. John Collier and Sam Thomas. P. P. Evans Mercantile. Hold Investure
Okeechobee is the tourna Lake Okechobeo opened up a new Eaters Island and a bridge over
down and join the depart advantage of causing the stu pre- Hit was In no condition to be attack Monday in the courts. the Caloosahatchee River.
ment. We will use your criticism, dent to feel that the person speaking meat favorite with Belle Glade questioned and was treated for Meeting Will ServicesThe
Glades Hendry, Okeechobeeand The counties waged a session
,
rated the dark horse. OkeechobeeIs
if ii I is constructive, you know, on the record or tape is talk. shock.
Martin counties made them long battle to push through a bill three Brownie Scout
the undefeated team In
"e want to earn our salaries? AT- ing directly to him and each stu only Papers In his billfold reveal. : Be Jan 9thThe Troops of Okeechobee held their
tournament with 4-0 ve in an Intervention filed In which would have taken 50<
the
te joining, if we can't profitably dent can hear pronunciations a rec ed that his name Is Ray Dell
ord but Belle Glade has a 3-1 a suit to validate 2.6 million dol- square miles of Lake Okeechobe JayCees held their last annual Investure Service Wed
u"avs'use-e your comments can al equally well. This teaching aid record which Includes win Staten. and Indicate that his lass In Lee County road revenue and split the area among the I meeting for 1961 Tuesday night nesday Dec. 13 at the Womans
wet water on the blaze. also has the advantage of a over home Is in D. C. He ,
makingit
Washington,
small the of Palmetto Restaurant. Club.
Beach Seacrest. bonds In the Leon County Court.At counties at expense at the No
M\ comment was "Oh, my aching for the student to secure Dclray was enroute from Fort Lauder- ,
easy Pahokee the first two the request of attorney's for Palm Beach county. A senate kill'ed meeting will be held in the next Thirteen new Brownies were
back. extra drill on any one phase of of the dropped season but In the dale to Washington, D. C. on the the Florida Development Com the proposal during the final I, two weeks. First meeting In the Invested In a candlelight ceremony
games
the language, according to Mrs last outing defeated the Stuart bus and became agitated shortly mission, Judge W, May Walker week of the 1961 Legislature new year will be January 9. conducted by Mrs. W. L.
Yeilding, Spanish teacher. after leaving the bus here.
School Tigers 51-47. Jupiter won Its first postponed a hearing in the case State fiscal officers opposed Fourteen members were present Jendry.. Troop leaders Mrs.
Sunday No Santa Claus didn't bring He was reported to be fairly Frank Jr. and Mrs.
of the season over Fells- U"til Jan. 25. changing the counties' boundariesto I at the final meeting for 1961, Williamson ,
the new equipment: it was ac game calm Tuesday, but was still con meal. Frank Altobello awarded the
CJmstmas give the small counties a I and enjoyed a family-style
Party mere last week by a score of The main object of the Inter
quired by the School Board under fined to the hospital and In no greater share of secondary road There were two guests, Cliff SI. Brownie pins and received the
37.31 and Is expected to give the vention suit is to test the legalityof
Aunt Reecy Davis delighted the condition to be questioned, it was
the National Defense Edu money on the ground It wouldhurt monds and Lee Miller Brcwnle promise from Donna
members taller Blue Devils a good gameto a- F.D.C. ruling fixing county
of her School
Sunday cation Act.Injlll'cfl. said. marketability of road bonds Slmonds voiced his thanks and Kay Grooms, Nancy Norris, Debbie -
class with a Christmas party December see who will be In the finals. boundaries that are bonded. By
13 at the First Baptist The Okeechobee-Belle Glade the ruling the boundaries of backed by the 5th and 6th cents I delivered a message of appreciation Walker, Toni! Jones, .Cindy

Church. Each guest brought canned game should be a thriller. Both DOG BITES Palm Beach county could not be of the state gas tax. from the hospital :card to Marshall, Nancy Jane Woodall

goods which were packed and By Hock teams employ the fast break but GIRL changed In the event of a bond Accruals from the 5th and 6th the club for their work in making Jeanne Domerr DeDe HOleomb,
LITTLE
the dedication of the hospitala Kay Collier, Sharon Deloney, Melissa -
presented to the Children Ranch. the height advantage will haveto Issue and division of Lake Okee cents gas tax are pledged toward new .
A present was presented to each Mike Presley, son of Mr. and go to the Brahmans. Little Kathy Jones, three-year- chobee would be impossible for retirement of road bonds such as success. Davis, Rita Drawdy. and
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe the Lee County Issue Reports of various committeeswere Phyllis Ann Scott.
guest: by the hostess.Refreshments Mrs. Bill Presley, received a old daughter several years.
were served by deep cut above the right eye UNDERGOES SURGERY: Jones, suffered deep head lacerations The development commission ate heard. It was voted to The World Association pin 1'was

the hostesses. Present were fleecy Sunday. The accident occurred Willie Norris underwent surgery when she vas bitten end orneys questioned whether the launch a membership. drive for awarded to second year Brownies

Davis, Patsy Durrance, Mary when a small boy threw a rock Tuesday morning In a Fort Pierce mauled by the family dog, a St. Intervention by the counties was DEER SLAYER the next few weeks. HDma Justice, Terry Reeves,
Jane Markham, Marsha Ivey, which struck Mike. Five stitches hospital for a stomach ailment. Bernard. Seven stitches were re pertinent to the bond validation Monrad Chandler, age 14, kill Several members reported favorable Carla Rucks', Theresa Mae Simmons

Darlene Snipes, Jan Watford, were required to close the wound, Several local persons traveled to quired to close the head wound."We're case and indicated they would ed a six-point buck deer last comment on the attract. Julie Ard, Frances Alto

Sandra Stebner, Bely Stephens,, and Mike 1st sporting a glorious Fort Pierce to give blood to Nor- getting rid of the dog", ask that It be dismissed. Saturday. He bagged the animalnorthwest I ive Christmas lights that the hello, Kathy Williams and Pam
and Marie Allen. black eye. ris following the operation. Mrs.! Jones said. Proceeds of the Lee County 1st of Basinger JayCees erected in Flagler Park. Hendr).


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,I we always did got another of streets, are crowded with shop. They have done so often. It would I the parents were suffering We The 23 young people enjoyed' a
Paa; T Okeechobee News, Friday, Dec. 22, 1961 I those beautiful striped sacks jcrs, Kids are excited and it In. seem commonplace except for I went through It one time. We Young People weIner roast after which the
- from the hack driver Two weeksof I 'ecti the eph.Its of the older people one thing A few weeks ago, knew we could say or do nothing group went caroling They returned *'
The Okeechobee NewsEntered glorious freedom from desks Everywhere you are greeted Snarlene was desperately ill At I to relieve It, Enjoy Party later to the church social,
and books lay ahead, with a smile and a sincere Merry times it seemed that she might II I- rooms where they enjoyed games.
as Second Class Matter Julj I. tail, at the .Pos Office Christmas, slip away any moment Her I THEN SIIARLENE began to And CarolingA
..Okeechobee, Florida Under Act ol March 8 I87H THOSE DAYS store shelves anxious family hovered at her mend. She came home She was
FETES CHOIR MEMBERS
Subscription Price CAMINa and bedside In the Fort Pierce hospital -I up and around a little. Then with Christmas party ewes held
Two Years $3.00. Six Months t: 00 Shorter periods not accepted year around. They began to appear visualizing and we fee:! a alight helplessly, while Sharlene the same big grin on her face Tuesday night for members of Mrs Austin Pearce was hostess
LAMONTE H MOORE Publisher about a month before Christ speeding of the pulse, Merry clung to a thin thread of life. I (he came to our house for dinner at a buffet Sunday evening at
EMMALENE I B MOORE. Advertising Manager mas, Only then did we ever gel Christmas everyone WE and her other neighbors Thank God the Intermediate Department her home. Guests were members
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE!: FLORIDA_ store-bought play things The rest end many friends could only wait Training Union of the First Bap of the choir which presented the
of the year we made our own OUR LITTLE NEIGHBOR girls and J pray for good news There Is nothing as pompousa. list Church The party was arranged cantat at the First Baptist church

WHEN WE WERE KIDS back Sharlene and Nancy Hudson ate j an "authority". who has to by tho leaders, Mrs Ben earlier In the evening and their

THERE. I home In Indiana nearly ever'one CHRISTMAS THEN was the dinner with ui the other evening. WE KNEW the agony and fear maintain his reputation Dixon and Mrs Cooper Marshall. families %
HERE, went to the woods and cut their time for giving You didn't have .
own Christmas tree We always someone calling at the door every
dio, and we hauled it home other day from Christmas to
( BY I across the snow on a sled We Christmas asking for donationsfor
w strung pop corn and roseberriesfor this and that or the other
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EMERSONMOORE I decorations We made colored Your nail wasn't cluttered year
Y paper chains and cut up foil from 'round with begging mall. Christmas

a cigarette packages and wound up In those days was . . .
; with a do,yourself tree of Christmas
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THIS IS ONE of the few timesIn
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; THE CHRISTMAS season start. the year that we envy our
ad shortly after Thanksgiving at friends back nJrth Up there It 1 Is
THE OLD SUN beats \least with the kids. Anticipationwas cold There Is snow on the
down at 80 or 85 degrees every half the battle. Every school ground Every store window hasa
day and you can drive all over room had a tree well ahead of Christmas display The streetsare
town and not see many decora the day. Christmas started In lighted. Each night a lighted
tons amt"people go about their earnest the last day of school be. tree gleams from a window of .
business-as usual with no men fore the holIdays. Then we exchanged every home.OUTSIDE.
tion of the!' coming holidays and gifts at school and were
the kids are all gone from home given: a sack of candy and an SHRUBBERY is dec
it, a little hard to get Infected orange by the teacher Kids lucky orated The shops are open until
with the Christmas spirit. enough to ride the kid hack as :0 I or 10 p. m and they, and thPAVING

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Okoechobee News, Friday, Dec. 22, 1961 Page 3 good, reports of deer and turkey you fall to do so, Decree Pro Juniors To : :
coming In each week. More duck Confesso will be taken against you County CourtMost

have appeared since it turned for the relief demanded in the cases in county court Present "Marys
cold In the north but they are r till of Complaint.
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Monday dealt with traffic violations -
wary and hard to hunt, according r' h DONE AND ORDERED at In most case, appearance Big Lamb""Mary's
HOOK LYIN' lo most reports. Quite a few of % aS Okeechobee, Florida, this 20th bonds were forfeited.
them: are on back woods ponds 4"w day of December, 1961 Big Lamb", a comedyIn
that still! have water and are not HAYNES E. WILLIAMS Joseph W. Paliz, on a chargeof three acts by Jay Tobias, will

AND LUREBy available to hunters, It has been Clerk of Circuit Court failure to yield the right of be presented by the Junior class
way, forfeited a $3S bond.
reported. Dove hunters have been (Circuit Court Seal))
Joseph C. Deveaux, no drivers January 25 and 27 at 7 p. m. la
active and a good number of dove By HAZEL WILLIAMS -
license ISO bond forfeited. the high school auditorium.
have been reported In some areas Deputy Clerk
Bob Martin, $35 bond
of the county.Writer Publish: vagrancy Characters In the pTiy are
forfeited.
EMERSON E. MOORE Dec. 22, 29, mi; Jan. 1, I, 1962 Mary Lamb, Arlln Dlckton; Edwin
I T. J. Gllchrist, unlawful display
ThinksOf 1 The Okeechobee News "Eddie" Lamb, Larry Rail*
of $25 fine
ti ,7;, CARD OF THANKS weapon lerson; Sally Peters, Elaine Mi:
Stanley U Waloman unlawful
Little We wish to thank our neighbors ; shall; Clifton "Kip" Van Kirk.
Nd
WE ARE NOT SURE whetherthe EXCEPTIONAL bass fishing Is speed2d fine.
and friends for their many Vernon Jones; Codd Fishback.
hunting, the low water, or a reported in Indian Prairie canal Fishies . TooDear kindnesses, the food, the flowers, Barbara L. Osborne, unlawful BiD Suit; Lobelia Bogtreticr, Karen

combination of both is to blame, area. Fishing has been good a- Santa: %: q and their prayers during the recent speed, S23 forfeited. Deloney; Ada Sprlfilns( Jan
but the area usually bustling with round Barlow's Fish Camp. Mr. This Is the first letter I've ; ', Blneas and death of our Opton F, Smith, unlawful speed, et Digges;

fishermen this time of year Is Elliot, Tropical Fish Camp on the written you In over 40 years. You ,, father, Sidney Lowe. Your kindnesses $35 forfeited.
not being overly fished. It Is difficult Kijslmmee reports good bass didn't do right 'by me when I 6 shall always be remenv Alfredo M Ortii, unlawful Dodle Pringle, Claudia Wet
to pass from the river to fishing Her "Hall of Fame" list wrote you In 1920. If you remember .O' tF bered. speed, $50 forfeited, ford; Don Rodrigo, Jerry' O'i

the lake but It can be done, and (five pounds or over) Is growing, I asked asked for a coaster The Sidney Lowe Family. Joseph C. Deveaux, unlawful Bannon; Carmencita, Carol Ana
vice versa. Since we have confirmed she says. Most of them are taken wagon and a BB gun And you speed, $35 forfeited. Walker; Walter "Spider11 Webb.
lake fishermen who always on shiner 'didn't bring either one of them. ,, Mr. and Mrs R. D. Carson Lester D. Wright, unlawful John Roy Ard; and Hurley

stayed on the river and I After that I quit writing to you. and daughter Roberta of Lakeland -I speed, $35 forfeited. "Blttx" Burley. Bobby_Garden
confirmed river fishermen who SPEC FISHING has been fair Seemed to me like you always I visited Saturday night and
find the low condition of the river In the government cut. Some are treated the rich kids much bet ?
discouraging, we are bound to taken In the river and canals but ter than did us kids I
you poor
DON T WAIT
lose some of them. not In great numbers. Deep water Well, Santa, I'm going to give ' 4T' WHOLE HOUSEHEATING until its W TOO LATE
In the cut seems to be best. you another chance. This year I :

BASS FISIUNG baa been better have prepared a short list. It
In the lake than it has been for MUCH OF THE GRASS In the won't cost you much and If you AND COOLING The time to Insure
Home time. One party fished the lake is too shallow to fish successfully come through then I'll believe
government cut two days last because of the low wa there really Is a Santa Claus: : GENERAL ELECTRICWEATHERJRON against fire ti
week and the river one, and made ter. It Is Impossible to approach Some of the older boys tell me 'r
limit catches all three days. They King' Bar closely by boat.HUNTING there ain't . t+ before It happens

used top water lures and black few ,
Please Santa bring us a
eel baits fished has continued to be e If and when fire strikes
slowly. Inches of rain. I'd rather not haveit FOR THE SMALLEST
all at one time, but we need your home, it will be too

some of It right away. Then I'd .. ,:;::: TO TIE LARGEST late to check your Insurance ,-

like to have it a few degrees WoertiterTRON. ........ let
to If it's adequate
cooler. Not cold, you know, just STAR IN STITCHES-There's no business like sew busi fee see
CENTRAL ELECTRICAND cooler. ness. Tab Hunter tries to look nonchalant at a wardrobe M.little.s8100sqseen to cover your loss.
britches movie location at t* HM Urgeet MUM *fMtnmercUl
mistress stitches his torn on
I would like to have someone
iMtelloHent.NIMH The to
sent to Okeechobee who can see Abou Rawach, Egypt, near the Pyramids of Giza. The pants only way protect

GAS COMPANYNOW the industrial possibilities of our split open as Tab tried to mount a horse during the filming In summer OUT pumps Mat,humidity I IN heat Is your Insurance In line yourself financially is to

fair city. Some one who is willing I sir hi coverage get the right coverage .
we'd like a few more. ---w&ktUp------ciiy council, bring it from fresh euMoof with valueof
today's
STOCKS to do something about it. We I Santa, if have anything in along We need our streets named winter. Uses low hell cell
you
have a few aggressive businesspeople and houses numbered so that we hag to eliminate ducts. your property?
When we get our Industry your store room that will!1
A COMPLETE LINE OF may have city delivery and jobs
for about five new postal em Leonard
BergerINSURANCE
ployees. We need some streets $59500

ElectricalFixtures fixed and lighted and many,
.
many other things. A few up-ta INSTALLATION AGENCY
nut
BULLS date Ideas would help a lot. FIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSOkeechobee
CENTRAL ELECTRIC!
While you are at it, you might County Bank Building
do something to speed up the AND GAS CO. Phone RO 3-4311
U. S. Postal Department 10 we Phone 34915

can have a new post office. .
wwwvSERVICE_ -. --. -.. -.,
AND Please bring some tolerance to
the people who don't like teenagers
FOR SALEBreeding And some cooperative GUIDE

SuppliesEVERYTHING spirit to those who like them but
don't have time for them. Meanwhile

\ you might bring some common
d IN THE to the wild the r
Age-Ready To Go sense ones _
_
ELECTRICAL LINE hot rodders and vandals and a \ ii ROBERT MAYS
sense of responsibility to their
Fence
/
parents.
Bring us all some civic pride, Plumbing A Repair Work
v George DempsyPhone some cooperative spirit. Make
New Fixtures will beautify
our people aware of their responsibility Call\
to our community Bring Contracting
your home . New them the initiative to attend important RO 3.4d13PIShIN'S

wiring will eliminatefire ROdeo 3.4723Night meetings, back Important
movements Call RO 3-4790 Next toOKECHOSE
hazards, give greator Phone ROdeo 34176 Leave a smile on the face of : GOOD IN
biobleys
I everyone v.. meet, a kind wordon I Garage
efficiency their lips. Leave joy In the

hearts of our friends, tolerance
.
rnd understanding In the hearts BEAUTY SHOP
,, of those who are not. Show the SINCLAIR SHIRLING

G SEE US TODAY ilr.,.. ff'aA1V, tdzrAn T yo.F saber-rattiers of the world the RUBY WHEJTLEY PRODUCTS PLUMBING
error of their ways that we may BSAUTY COUNSELOR SERVICE

We Are Electrical Contractors tlY to have Men Pace on Earth, Good Will! COSMETICS Wholesale Bulk Plant NEW LOCATION

CENTRAL ELECTRIC + Please Santa, bring hearty appetites AIR CONDITIONED Phone RO 3.3154 Ve.W'e North Klsslmme
rt. to my little friends the DRYERS Bridge-Road 78
t'shes.' And make that coaster Contact
AND GAS COMPANYPHONE wagon a station wagon. C. H. SHIRLING

Your little friend, For Appointment TOMMY DOONAN, Mgr. *

RO 3.3915 OKEECHOBEE!! Emerson "Pete" Moore T.I. RO 3.4230 Phone RO 3.3708


3005 S. Dixie FORT PIERCE Ph. HO 4-1399 I\ TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TilE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR
CUT OF FLORIDA IN AND LOANS I EVINRUDE DEALER
FOR OKEECHOBEE COUN I $25 to $hoo JOE S
:
OKEECHOBEISERVICE E BUILDING TY IN CHANCERY 1 SALES SERVICE

CASE NO. 1887 NEW LOCATION PACKAGE
SUIT FOR DIVORCE *
ANI I D SUPPLIES VIRGINIA MAE CAUDLE LOBBY GILBERT'S STORE HODGES

ULLEDGE, _

Plaintiff OKIECHOBEE IS OVER STOCKED Fisherman Haven
vs. FI"'NCE COMPANY

THOMAS: RALPH GULLEDGE, Okeechobee, Florida
HAYES ELECTRICRESIDENTIAL ATTAWAY LUMBER CO. Defendant Phone RO 3.3154 * *

NOTICE OF SUIT

"Complete Building Supplies" To: Thomas Ralph Gulledge, ... With The Best Supply

AND COMMERCIAL WIRING Defendant, REPAIRING OF WRECKER SERVICE
Care of Mrs. H. T. Gulledge of Liquors and Supplies
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN PLYWOODHARDWAREPAINTDOORSROOFINGSTEEL Route 3Wadesboro SMALL: APPLIANCES CALL
In Town
North Carolina Such as Toasters Fans, ROdeo 3-3204
You are hereby notified that a ROdeo 3.4098chines
PHONE RO 3.3635 Irons and Sewing Ma.
PLASTER-BUILDING TRUSSES 1111 of Complaint for divorce has *
DAY OR
been filed and NIGHT
OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA against you you
OKEECHOBEE PHONE RO 3-4118 FLORIDA are required to ler"J a copy at DAVI'S COME IN- Pure G. & Oil

your Answer or Pleading to the TRADING CENTER YOU WILL BE Automotive Repairs
Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs TV A RADIO REPAIR TOM FOY GARAGE

attorney, T W. Conely, Jr., Box TREATED RIGHTI North Park Street
608, Okeechobee, Florida, and Phone RO 3-4114 OKESCHOBEE

CABINET BUILDINGON OSCAR CRABILLBUILDER file the original Answer or PleadIng -
in the Office of the Clerk of -

OR OFF THE JOB AND DEVELOPERFREE Circuit Court, on or before the VISUALINER
ESTIMATES 22nd day of January, 1962 U REEVES ALIGNMENT CONCRETE

OFFICE FURNITUREFURNITUREVANITIESFORMICA WOODED LOTS FROM . . . $1195.00
DISPOSAL SERVICE Front End Alignment
WORK-FORMATOPS WATER FRONT LOTS FROM . .. $1895.00 HUH? $6,50 SEPTIC TANKS

Wilcox Shores How many GREASE TRAPS
timiidoyouiay"huh"7 *' maybe GARBAGE Wheels Balanced

GEORGE SPANN Okeechobee Estates Clearly able with w help ifl AroUSTICON $1.50 plus weights INSTALLED

PHONE RODEO 3-4431 HEARING AIDACOUSTICON COLLECTION WINDHAMS GARAGE *
OKEECHOBEE "Let George Do It" RO 3-4217 BICKER CO. RO 34315N.
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDAELECTROLUX Of fORT PIERCE CALL
HO 1-324 m St. Uth St. P.rrott Ave.
Mmberrkle' Hurled Aid Phone RO 3.3807 kllchobe., -Florid. ROdeo 3.3734

Caller's' Au'"., I ln .



Builders SUPPIYCompany REPAIRS B.LOVELY
Okeechobe.
How Dealer In ON FIUUilJAIkE AND BEAUTY SALON
Authorised Sales & Service
STEEL-CONCRETE PRODUCTS Only lCh'isti Science Watkins Products MAY1AU APPLIANCES Five Trained People 1.0

Free Pickup and Delivery Heal JOHNSON OUTBOARD Care For Your Beauty
BUILDING SUPPLIES
I * * MOTORS Needs-

PLUMBING SUPPLIES-PLASTER MATERIALS ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS J. E. CONE LAWN MOWERS Conveniently Located AtPhone.R0.3

WEST OF SAL. DEPOT HO 4-0056 W Channel l 4 lwny 1:41: im rUth and Osceola SI.-.
-3950
;.
OKEECHOBEE RO 3.3911 FLORIDA Station Sundays After 6 P.M GILBERT'S For Appointments can
707 Orange Ave. Fort Pierce, Fla. WSWN 12:45 p.m
Phone RO 3-3154 ROdeo 3-3011_







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other day that there are students Included In their curriculum pass on no man can say of me, And don't forget a cane not gle, the message that real happiness Page 4 Okeechobee News, Friday. Dee. 22, 1961
here that can hardly carry the If any of you parentst or teach- "He lived alone", the peppermint candy affair consists NOT, of material
_
By ANNA JANE tune to "America" or "The Star era agree with this article, please Leave for me a generous package but a staff of spiritual strength things but of days pent In the *
Does your child know one musical Spangled Banner"? contact tho school officials and of good cheer so that when on which I may lean when sort SERVICE of ONE'S Fellows. :j* t
from the other? Well,
note What get behind them and push ahead my neighbor Is weighted down row casts Its shadows on my -Author unknown
are we as parents
neither do hundreds of other
here In Okeechobee teachers, and officials gong to ftr our children for public with despair, I may go to him for Christmas
kids right path.Make .
School music .
county schools. Or has it ever llo about the situation? C..I. and help him to look up and all the children of earth A bolt of lightning struck an
occurred to you that your child we at least offer our children r hope anew. glad, dear Santa, but don't for oak tree near Tampa last May
doesn't sing? Oh, they may knowa some foundation of music? There LETTERS ro Bring me a Jack.In.the.box, get that grownups, too, sometimes -I and killed 28 dairy cattle valuedat
few commercials from TV, but are some who will never further like the one that set my boyish dream dreams and wish $4800, owned by Murlln Han
I mean good old songs like "Old their study of music beyond the SANTA heart to pit.a-pat In days gone, again for childhood unrealities I son, a dairy farmer in the River.
Fqlks at Home" or "Suwanee", high school, but what a good feel. Dear Santa Claus: only let it be labeled "Faith"and Write upon the minds and view Community Investigators
Why, I think it's a crying Ing we would have to know we Put into my stocking a dash give me to unlock its magicfor of ali who have Mild the cattle were apparently e
shame that we don't have any had helped them that far ,of human kindness, every heavy heart that carefreeness of youth hearts. taking shelter under the tree
form of public school music My views are probably from Add some of the breadth that comes my way. stern varieties of the dally when the bolt struck
here. Some of my happiest mem- a purely selfish standpoint, but will make me realize that, In
ories (ef< way.back.\\hen) were ,Isn't nearly everything? (Why we truth, I am my brother's keeper
in:,Glee Club or music class. We I may not have had automobiles Pour In some of the oil of gra-
even learned how to keep time I today If henry Ford hadn't got- dousness-the mark ol a true ,,)'1
and ryhirm by playing small Instruments tee tired ol walking), But I do gentleman '' check this , ,{.
such as cymbals, tri have three children that I hope G,01: me to play well my part rO
angles al1. tamborlnes will enjoy Okeechobee schoob ]n this big, busy world and to 5 beautiful colors and pure white.
Do you know I even heard the I'I and I want public school music regulate my life that when I
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ENTIRE STOCK BROUGHT IN FROM _ _

WEST PALM BEACH FOR CONVENIENCE OF SALE BOAT NECK T-SHIRTS

PURCHASED FROM GARRETT'S TOWEL & VARIETY STORE 99c Value LADIES SKIRTS CHRISTAAASSHOPPING
Value to $12.95
OUT PRICE
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BLANKETS CANNON & CONETOWELS KITCHEN TOWELS 3 for 1.49 1 1 oo OUT PRICE 98 '

COLORS CRASH 15x27-WHITE ONLY to.
$4.98 Value
Value to $1.50 lb. Value 6 for $1.75 .
CUT PRICE

1.97 1 OUT PRICE OUT PRICE LADIES Values to DRESSES$19.98 MENS' DUNGAREES WHERE YOUR

75c & 99c 6 1 00. Values to $4.98
for OUT PRICE FROM OUT PRICE


MENS and BOYS Per Lb. 1.00,0 3.97 2.49 & 2.98 MONEY BUYS


SWEAT SHIRTS ONE LOT MENS SHORTS

$1.98 Value MENS SHIRTS 79c Value MEN'S MEN'SRUBBER

OUT PRICE OUT PRICE DRESS PANTS BOOTS THE MOST
COI.ORFUL-Value. to $1.97
Values to $12.95 pr Values to $5.98
1 .29 OUT PRICE 59cLADIES OUT PRICE LARGE SIZES ONLY

99cBOYS 2.98 4.98 OUT PRICE

to 3.98 COME IN

....
BOYS SUITS HALF SLIPS

Value Value $1.29 TENNIS SHOES
$2698 SOCKS
Value to $5.98 BOYS DUNGAREES AND SEE
CUT PRICE 39c pair value OUT PRICE OUT PRICE 2-8-Blue Denim

12.97 CUT PRICE 59cLADIES 1.37 1 & 2.99 OUT PRICE

9c pr. 69c OUR


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SHORT SLEEVE-COLORS PANTIES COTTON BOYS DUNGAREESValues
Values to $1.79 BOBBY SOCKS Values 39c Values to 69c to $3.98 BARGAINSStore

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WORK MENS PANTS LADIES PJ.'sValues .

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$4.98 Value $1.89
LADIES SHOES
OUT PRICE OUT PRICE

2.49 1.00 1.49
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>)>tl9,6, OkMchobt News, Friday, Dee. 22, 1961 The real property Involved inlaid Iky: GLORIA J. FORD Episcopal Evangelistic Service, Sunday ev Wednesday evening worship. Bible Training, 6:41: p. m.

cause above captioned Is as Deputy Clerk cuing,7:00: p. m. services, : I Sunday evening worship, 1::"
: LEGALS Jr., County Judge of Okeecho- follows: Publish Dec. 22, 29, 1961; Church MakesAnnouncements Prayer Service, Tuesday even 7:30. Teachers meeting Wednesday,
Lots 17, 18 and 19 of January S, 12, 1962.
bee County, and file the same In Ing, 7:30. INDEPENDENT MISSIONARY 7:00: p. m.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFOKEECHOBEE. his office In the County Courthouse Block 5, ConsolidatedLand The Okeechobee Newt Youth Service, Tuesday 7.30. BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Wednesday evening worship service :

; COUNTY, FLO- in Okeechobee County, Company's Subdivision Young People's meeting each M. M. Martin, Pastor. 7:30: p. m.
RIDA. Florida, 'within six calendar of Parts of Townships NOTICENOTICE Fr. George Cave, Vicar of the Thursday evening at 7:30.: Sunday School, 10( a. m. Men's Prayer Meeting, Saturday
ISOM RANDOLPH months from the date of the first 37 and 38 South, IS HEREBY GIVEN Church of Our Savlous, Episcopal Worship Hour, 11:00: Oa. m. evening 7.30 p. m.GILBEtT'S .
Plaintiff publication hereof. Such claims Range 36 East according that the Board of Public Instruction announced the following FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

VI. .. ... .. .. . and demands to contain the legal to Plat thereof recordedin of Okeechobee County will schedule for Christmas: Cooper Marshall Patter

ALBERTA WILSON RANDOLPH address of the claimant and to Plat Book 1, page 5, not meet on its regular .ChedUI'1 On Sunday, Dec. 24, the 10 Sunday School ...., .. 9:45 p.m.
I Defendant public records of Okee- ed date of January 1st, a. m. service of Morning Prayer "
be sworn to and presented as
: NOTICE OF SUIT aforesaid, or same will_be bar- chobee County, Florida, being New Year's Day, a legal and Litany will be followed by a Training Morning Worship Union ... 11 11:30:00 a.m.p.m. INow's the time to have your
LESS ? ?
beginning at the holiday, but will meet
on Tuesday, Christmas
JHE STATE OR FLORIDATO red See Section 733.16, Florida pageant presented by Evening. Worship _,. 7:30: p.m.1
Northwest ?
corner of Lot January 2nd, Instead. the Sunday school children.At .
: :- Statutes. 17, Block 3, ConsolidatedLand ATTEST Wednesday Evening riggs & Stratton engine
: Alberta Wilson Randolph, Date, November 29, 1961. Company's Subdivision CARL : 11:30: p. m., the traditional Prayer .........,.. 7:30: p.m.I I
T. DURRANCE
S Residence Unknown. LESTER W. JENNINGS midnight Choral Eucharist will
of Section 9, Township Assistant to the SuperintendentBy be observed. checked by
notified thata
You are hereby Ancillary Administratorwith
CHURCH OF TIlE BRETHRENF.
38 South, Range 36 : SALTER WATFORD
Christmas Day, Holy Commun.
been filed against Will Attached of
suit has you
East for a point of beginning Chairman C. Rohrer Pastor our experts ; r t
ion .
8 a. m.Tuesday
In the above entitled Cause, and Estate of Florence Kilpat
Sunday School, 10
a. m.
thence Publish
run South December 29, 1961
St. Stephen's Day,
hereby required to serve rick aka Fl J. Kil-
you are ence 100 feet, thence East 210 The Okeechobe News Preaching, 11 a. m.C.B.Y.F. .
o'clock services
upon the Clerk of the Court of 9 Pravnrfv maJntmonc
patrick. ., 6.30: m.
feet thence North p.
100
pkeechobee) County, Florida, and Publish Dec. 1, 8, IS, 22, 1961 feet thence West 210 feet NOTICE Wednesday, St. John's Day 9. Evening service, 7:30: p. m. 911 Ina.e.n.rvke.ori,.. sire,VM lift by creator vMft andy uuranc
Plaintiff's Attorney, Char Thursday, Holy Innocents Day, .1 e.mrb .ly der.ndebl.
upon The Okeechobee News. Wednesday meeting, 7:30 + er.r.nen.
of prayer
to the point beginning The Board of Public Instruction .
les P. enton, 414 North 8th St., 9 a. m.NEW Wt H.r ikillMl.ip.rl.nc.d mxtionla
...
ALSO will receive sealed bids original rare and ladary nt tlidbOtl
on
fort Pierce, Florida, your writ. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN faclory.p rvd Mnrlw: Mrs.
That part of Lots 15 the following products for the SACRED HEART '
ten defenses, If any, to the Bill of AND FOR THE NINTH JUDICIAL -
and of Block of PARKS
16 1 Consolidated period beginning January 2, 1962, CATHOLIC CHURCH
In said suit, Copy of
Complaint; I CIRCUIT OF Land Company's and ending June 30 1962 The phosphate mining Industry
,
: Sunday Mass, 9.00: a. m.
delivered to on or
you
'hlc'II
before January 2, 1962. FLORIDA OKEECHOBEE Subdivision according to Gasoline, lubrication, motor and the Florida Development Rosary Service, 7:30 p. m. .E t
Herein: fail not or degree Pro COUNTY. IN CHANCERY the Plat thereof recordedin oil, No. 2 Diesel Heat Commission are exploring the Evening Mass, 7:00: p. m., first
NO. 1899NOTICE Plat Book 1, Page 5, ing Fuel possibility of converting mined- Frlda-
will be entered against:
Confesso TO APPEAR public records of Okee Note:, out phosphate pits to public
for the relief prayed In the Catechism, 9.0: a. m. Saturday
you SLED CORP.,
chobee) County Florida, Performance specifications: parks and camping areas. each
Bill of Complaint. Rosary Service, 7:30 p. m. ABSOLUTELY NEW NO SUCH OFFER HAS
A Florida Corporation, '
lying East of State Road 1. Motor oil or oils on which
The nature of said suit being Petitionervs. Friday. EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH
15-A. bids are submitted shall meet Holy Days, Mass, 7:00: p. m.
for divorce. ALSO Federal Specifications MIL-G Church Notes BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.
Witness my hand and the Seal J. C. TEMPLETON, All that part of Ntt of 2104A, generally suitable for use 441. ALREADY PLATTED AND LOT LINES
of aald court, at Okeechobee, Flor Respondent.TO ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH CHURCH OP OUR SAVIOUR,
Ida, this 24 day of November, A. : J. C. TEMPLETON, SEVi and GovernmentLot in Internal combustion engines Rev. Anton P. Jensen, Pastor EPISCOPAL MARKED. ROADS ALREADY BUILT. ELECTRICITY
7, lying South of the operating under unfavorable
1>.. 196L 642V4 Riverside Drive or Sunday Morning oWrshlp, 11 a.m. Father George Cave AVAILABLE.
; HAYNES E. WILLIAMS Klngsport Tennessee right of way of Florida severe types of service condi- Sunday night Evangelistic Services Sunday morning, 10 a. m., servIce .
Western Northern Railroad tions.

Clerk of Circuit Court that 7:30 p. m. of Holy Communion.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
and East of the The oil r/
2. must be Supplement 1 l ACRESNOW
for Okeechobee, Florida the Honorable Wallace Sample, Tuesday, Christ Ambassadors, Wednesdays and Holy Days,
right of way of State single graded oil as 20W, SOW, or
I HAYNES E. WILLIAMS Circuit Judge In and for the Ninth Road No. 15-As' now located 40W rather than the multivls- 7:30: p. m. 9 a. m.FIRST. ONLY $12.50 DOWN-$12.50 Month'
CHARLES P. BENTON Florida Wednesday night, Bible Study and
Judicial Circuit of at
less right of ot 5W-20.
coslty
type as
way MISSIONARY BAPTIST
414 North 8th Street Prayer Services, 7:30: m.
Okeechobee County, Florida, has, p. 2 ACRESNOW
now abandoned Florida Please submit a firm bid.
OP BASINGER
tort Pierce, Florida Thursday services, 10 am CHURCH
In the prayer
upon petition of Sleg Corp.,
East Coast Railway, in All bids will be opened in the
Damon B. Wilkr, Pastor ONLY $25,00 DOWN $25.00 Month'
-
Dec. 1-8-15-22 above captioned cause entered a Saturday Street Meetings, beginning
SWVi of SEVi, in Section office of the School Superintendent 10
School m.
The Okeechobee: News rule to show cause upon :you, J. at 1.00: p. m. Sunday a.
4, Township 38, South on Tuesday, January 2nd, Morning Worship Service, 11. 5 ACRESNOW
show
C. TEMPLETON, to cause Range 36 East, and all of 1962 at 10 o'clock a. m.
Union, Sunday even'tog
(30)) of the THE CHURCH OF GOD Training
within thirty days the Government Lot 1,less Further details can be obtained ONLY $50.00 DOWN-$50.00 Month
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S 14th day of December. 1961 why Rev. Dewey Herndon 6:30: p. m.
right-of-way of now abandoned at the Superintendent's office.
COURT IN AND FOR the claim of lien filed by ,you The Sunday School, 10:0: Ca. m. Sunday evening. worship services
Board
Florida East reserves the right to
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY against the property hereinafter Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. 7:30.:
Coast Railway, In Section reject any or all bids.
WHISPERINGPINES
FLORIDA. NO. 233 described, should not be enforced
9, Township 38, South SALTER R. WATFORD
IN RE: ESTATE OF by action. Upon your failure satIsfactorily Chairman
Range 36 East.
PRICES
FLORENCE KILPATRICK to show cause, the ALSO ATTEST: REDUCED
aka FLORENCE J. KILPATRICKTO court shall at the end of said
CARL ONTreasure
All other real estate T. DURRANCE
ALL CREDITORS AND thirty days, order you to forthwith
: conveyed to Sleg Corp., Assistant to the Superint"ndent.
HAVING action to enforce
ALL PERSONS commence Island
as recorded in OR Book Publish Dec. 22, 29, 1961
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS your lien, or order the Clerk of
The Okeechobee News
46, Page 551-2. and Bock
AGAINST SAID ESTATE.You the Court to record cancellation
.
49, Page 449-50, Okee LOTSLOCATED HODGES & SON
and each of you are hereby thereof. FAITH

notified and required to present The Claim of Lien Is filed In (Circuit chobee Court County Seal Records.) Faith and patience are great ON 70-FT, CANALS, 18V FT. DEEP, Phone ROdeo 3-4119

.any claLns and demands the Public Records of Okeechobee HAYNES E. WILLIAMS assets and wonderful aids if you ON GOOD HARD STREETS.WATER TRANSPORTATION -

Vhich Jiave.against you or the either estate of you of Florence may. Counter On, Florida September, as follows 29, 1961: Clerk of Circuit Court have them when you need them. DO YOUR SHOPPING FROM YOUR Simply call us-we will show you these beautiful sites
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Kilpatrick aka Florence J. In Record Book 55, Page BOAT WHICH YOU CAN DOCK ON YOUR OWN

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ting. SMALL ACREAGE _

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As amended by the 1951 session, the law readsas VA ACRES . . $1295.00 SAVE ON FORT SERVICE

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"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, HARTFORDFAMILY

as defined herein, to engage In business as herein 2% ACRES . . $2500.00 PIERCE GUIDE

defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, $50 DOWN., . . .$25 A MONTH AUTOiNSURANCE ;
without and unless said fictitious name shall be ,

registered with the clerk of the circuit court of s ,

the county where the principal place of businessIs 5 ACRES. . . . $4950.00 ROOFING & SHEET METAL

which registration shall consist of filing with the $100 DOWN, . . . ,$50 A MONTH
clerk aforesaid, an affidavit signed by all interested BONDED FOR NEW ROOFSBy

persons, stating under oath the names of all those Hartford's Family Auto Insurance will provide
interested in the business enterprise, the extent of SALESMAN ON DUTY 10 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M.. with broad protection-at substantial savings -you if BARRETT CERTAINTED

the Interest of each, and the fictitious name under FRIDAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY you have a good driving record. And with the Hart. CAREY
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Speaks Page 10 Okeechobee News, Friday, Dec. 22, 1961 R i + I If In Mcmoriam His! death was a great shock to to our memory is gone and the
aU who knew and loved him. Although voice that we loved is stilled
Votes In 110mcCeremony It seems hard to give him The place that Is vacant In our
In precious of our
memory up we must remember the Lord home can never be filled; for
son and brother, Randall Thomaa.
knows best and does all things beyond life's setting sun there
Yours for Faster Service Death came Into our midst well. Therefore we look to Him b a flower of eternal bliss for a
Miss Claudia Lee Bass daughter
soul' that Is and beautiful.Sadly ,
bringing sorrow and sadness to for comfort and cheer. Thoughhe pure
of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bas
our hearts. It came Dec. 23, 1958. has fallen asleep one precious missed by his family.
of KenansvlUe and Robert Monroe
York
New Florida
Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs -
Robert Arnold of Okeechobee
were united in marriage Monday Thru-Express Route N !
evening, December 11 In a quiet Ill' 'lQ \\
ceremony at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence H. Lofton it the .i
Flying B Ranch. '. .4.''' "L. y. J MAKE THIS
Vows were spoken before an > "'
altar of palms and lighted candle- "
abra, flanked with baskets of
gladioli and chrysanthemums.. AN ELECTRIC
Rev. F. C. Rohrer pastor of the
Church of the Brethren official.
ed at the double ring ceremony.A .
program of nuptial music It was a big day at Gilbert Theatre Wednesday when
was given by Miss Jane Hunt, youths from the Florida School for Boys were givena CHRISTMASWITH
vocalist and Miss Mary Faith free theatre party by Gilbert Culbreth, owner
Davis organist. Miss Hunt sang,. !r r Similar parties for Okeechobee County's white and
"Whithersoever Thou Goest"Miss
M colored children were held afternoonand
Wednesday
Davis played 0 Promise
Me" and the traditional wedding Thursday.Judge WITH

marches. and Mrs. G. E. Bryant gone over Christmas.
The bride was attired In a and
children Skipper and Anne
sheath dress of white brocade Marie Rev. and Mrs R. B. Wheatleyof
take TRAILWAYSeasiest plan to spend a week visiting
satin. Her only Jewelry was a relatives in Athens and La. West Palm Beach called on
single strand of pearli. Her small
Grange, Georgia. They will be friends here Monday afternoon. HotpointAppliances
bat was white, with a short veil travel on earthFastest
She carried a white Bible topped )
with a white orchid and a cascade bus service between New York and Miami MERRY CHRISTMASTO at t19
of satin streamers knotted serving central Florida points and Jacksonville. Newrestroomequipped
with white and pink carnations. bus fleet. OUR MANY FRIENDS, pROP
The bride's only attendant washer From Okeechobee 1-wiy
sister, Miss Cheryl Bass of New York. . . .$36.05 Jacksonville . $ 6.85 HERE, THERE AND YONDERWe
Kenansvllle Calvin Arnold servo The only thru service 4 thru trips daily
ed\ as his brother's best man. Washington .. . $28.70 Miami . . . $ 3.85 not only wish for you, your family and
Mrs. Arnold the groom's mother your friends all the Joys of the Holidays, we
The thru tervli 4
faster
only trips- service
wore a frock of navy blue silk wish for your good health, happiness and

and Mrs.a white Bass, mother corsage.of the bride, Okeechobee Bus StationPhone prosperity for the years to come.

wore a dress fashioned of blue I
taffeta Her corsage was also of ROdeo 3.3615 Okeechobee, Florida STEWARTS AUCTION HOUSE :

white blossoms. _
Following the ceremony, a reception
was held for the couple. t( o1J
The bride's table was covered @
with a lace cloth, and centered i I I ; Model CK552B'III
with a wedding cake ornamentedwith y -71

The a cake miniature was encircled bride and with groom a .... !. j True 89 lb. capacity
wreath of star jasmine and pom I HURRY TO ROYALSCHRISTMAS I -- Freezer Stores a large
pons. Miss Janet Waldron, cousinof family's needs.
the groom attended the bride's
book. Karen Sue Waldron, also a ;P S' Frost.away automatic detEL'
cousin of the groom, assisted with frosting

the Following reception the reception the ,yar- ,.-, Ea Everything Removes for

trip couple to left Silver on a Springs week's Mr.wedding and i I IS NEAR I II --'a' cleaning.
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Mrs. Arnold are residing at the ? d New Magna-Seal Doors
Flying B Ranch where he Is employed .rO I seal cold in, warm air
as equipment foreman. out magnetically.

Bank Staff New Space-Age styling
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Holds PartyThe GIFTS no needed.hinge clearance

annual Christmas party for MedsI taldl
employees and directors of the

their Okeechobee families County was held Bank Saturday and I I FOR
GALORE $349NO
evening Southland at Hotel.the dining room of the ; : : HOW YOURS

The room was decorated in the
traditional holiday motif. M f
Present at the banquet were Mr ALL OVER THE'STORE DOWN PAYME NT WITH TRADE '
and Mrs. J. E. Falrcloth Mrs. I'' rI
Katie Gate George Reynolds, Jr.,
Miss Glenda Mixon, Mrs. Robert
Arnold Mr and Mrs. George Hi.
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ung Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Conely, On Your List I'
:Mr. and Mrs. W. Allen Markham o
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Meserve Mr. a
and Mrs. J.O. Pearce, Sr., Mr. an ffi
Mrs. J. M. Roe Sr.,Mr. and Mrs. M *
Ralph Harper and Ray Daniel.
Phone ROdeo 3.4322 Okeechobee, Florida
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Angus Assn.G. i

C. Durrance, Okeechobee, \ To Pay At I

has the been American elected Angus to membershipIn Association .. r j l

at St. Joseph, Missouri, it Is IJ FINLEY JEWELERSWE

announced secretary. Vy: Frank Richards, I ROYAL'Sif r i iI

Durrance was one of the 333 uatuuaturtuuuuuutcstuus
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breeders of purebred Aberdeen. WOULD LIKE TO WISH EVERYONE A
Angus In the United States elected !
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to membership during the past

month. TOYS Cl :I I. MERRY CHRISTMAS
CARD OF THAXKS
The Anderson family wishes to 'y f Every department is Brimful with I :
thank the entire staff of the Oke- *

gave chobee blood.hospital A special and those thanks who Is I b tt exciting new gift items for every : I

extended to Doctors Horton and 'd.i' rt age, or for the homel) i
Raulerson. And our thanks to all iI
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the people of Okeechobee. i I We still have plenty of Cuff Links, 3ij
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CtiRjMAs Ladies Wallets, Electric Shavers,
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e Okeechobee Newt, Friday, Dec 22, 1961 Page 11 Watch Night Icy regarding tick leave and vacation Intendent'a office). dresses of pale blue brocade with brown shoes and handbag and a Hostess To

t. : time, with pay, for all On motion by Smith, seconded addresses of small blue rose. pale pink hat and gloves.

r Services Will ull-time secretaries employed by by Mrs Hendry, the Superintend. tads and lily of the valley with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd will live Skating PartyA
c the School Board: ent was authorized to pay all bills : blue gloves and white shoes. They
II Be Held Here Sick leave 10 days school and that become near Bralntree, England
per payrolls may carried sprays of white carnations party was given for Sharon
\ Special Watch Night services year not accumulative. due during the month, If and and trailing fern dark Mr. Floyd graduated from Rutledge at her borne to honor of
I, art being planned for New Yean Vacation 10 days per school when funds are available Hendry, friend of the bridegroom, Okecchobe High School In lose' her 13th birthday December li
Eva at the First Baptist Church. year. There being no further business was best man. and attended Auburn University, Refreshments of cake and Ice
1.sr The special services will begin On motion by Smith, secondedby At! meeting was adjourned. During the reception the couple Auburn, Alabama, before enlisting cream were served to those in
at ( o'clock. A film la to be > Coker, the Board authorized received a 15-mlnute telephonecall I In the United States Air attendance, who were later treated
shown, which will be about a SO- ho Superintendent to employ Janet Aldis And from the bridegroom's parents Force. He received his training to a skating party.
rs minute movie, Singing wUl be Mrs. Martha Lefter, as a part. who were unable to be present at Lackland Texas, and after Those attending to honor the
( enjoyed, as well as a devotional time secretary; to work when Griffin Floyd at the wedding.For graduating from Technical school young miss were Harriet Coff-
period. Refreshments will be needed, on the basis of $12 per the honeymoon, which was at Chanute, Illinois, bas been man, Janet Hare, Anne Marie
AV served throughout the evening, day Wed In England spent in London, the bride trav serving a tour of duty in Eng Bryant, Margaret Joiner and Do-

and a period of prayer will begin On motion by Mrs. Hendry, Miss Janet June Aldls, eldest eUed In a green suit, with cocoa land. rena Willis.

shortly before midnight, to usherIn seconded by Mrs. Elledge the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Quin. a .
a i i the New Year. The servicesare Board set Tuesday, Jan 2, 1962 ton A. Aldls of 53 Beaumont Ave.,
1 'w to close at 12:05.: The public as the date for its next regular Clacton, England, was marriedon
I is Invited, Rev. Cooper Marshall, meeting and instructed the Superintendent Saturday, September 16, 1961,
pastor of the church said. to advertise In The to Airman Second Class Griffin I

Okeechobee News said change of Calhoun Floyd, son of Mr. and II
meeting date. This change was Mrs G. C Floyd of Okeechobee.
Assembly of God made because the regular meet. The wedding took place at high I

To Present The ing day on Monday Is a holiday, noon, in St. John's church, Great I
New eYar'i Day. Clacton, and was conducted by NU\V IIJCJll STANDARDS
Christmas After canvassing the returns ol the Rev. B. P. K. Watts. The Olru.mmM
StoryThe
? t t the Biennial School Tax District 23rd Psalm was sung during the
Assembly of God ChurchIn Election held on November 7, service Nru AND
East Okeechobee will present 1961, the Board, upon motion bj Given away by her father, the
their annual Christmas program Mrs. Elledge, seconded by Coker, bride wore a full length dress of I
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SHOWING serving the meals, either hot or cold, Sunday evening at 6:30 p. m. declared the following results official white organza trimmed with i DAJUL.ITY NEVEU

from this $1500 serving cart. It was first used Thurs. "The Story of Christmas" under : satin, over taffeta, with a small
day In the new General Hospital. Each serving is the direction of Mrs Anton For 10 Mills as recommendedby coronet length veil. She carried BEFORE AVAILABLE
P. Jensen, wife of the pastor of the Board of Public Instru pale pink roses and white heath
made up in the kitchen according to the prescribed the church, will be presented In tlon-79.; Other MUlage, 5. er

diet, placed Into the vehicle, and served by a very a seven part series, each part On motion by Coker, secondedby Miss Hilda Aldis, the bride's IN COLOR TVi

efficint staff of the new plant. There is also a diningarea depicting a phase of the Christ. Smith, the following pupils sister, and Miss Joyce Howe, a
for the employees and visitors. mas story were assigned to their respective close friend of the bride, were
The Youth Choir will furnish the schools: (Copy on file in Super bridesmaids. They wore short

music Pamela:. for Damon the background will be'the. solo and I rdt'J( t o M<<.ctM t c&

1st for the presentation.
Sunday school and worship
service will be observed In the
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program. Rev. Anton Jensen cor
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December 4. 1961
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The Board of Public Instruction
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members present Carl T Durranee. seas
General Supervisor, was IINnM 9Po
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present.
I The minutes of Nov. 8 regular
N/Nor
meeting were read and on motionof unurreNLI I I
Dozier Smith, seconded by s

Mrs. Minnie Pope is ensconced in her new bed at the Jack Coker approved by the
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General Hospital. She was th 3 first woman movedon Board. I
Upon recommendation of Daniel ROLL
Thursday, from the Louisiana Raulerson !
Delagall, principal at the
Hospital.nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn". Douglas Brown School, and on

motion by Mrs. Enola Elledge, MODEL IUI03L \
seconded by Dozier Smith, the /
Board appointed Willie J. Thomp. ;
20900WITH
kMtr'tN' +iiawa son as a teacher in the Douglas
,
Borvvn School for the remainderof Dutiactite Danish Modern Cabinetry

i the 1961.62 school term to fill] BASE in genuine Centers and hardwood eoltds.

the vacancy left by the death of The BEDFORD I 5040W /-
Mrs Mary G Anderson. Distinctive Danish Modem styling $
In Walnut renearsandSolids. .
On motion by Mrs Enola! El- JUSTIN! o ale 2SS Iq.In.rectangular picture screen. 8(000
ledge, seconded by Dozier Smith seasSftealr
the Board amended the 1961-62 4 only Zenith could make color TV this quality way
Instructional Salary! Schedule to
Now tulutlvt' Color Demodulator Circuitry 1'1..Th*.o Oreat Now Ztnlth'
Color TV
Include Rank V ( of whichis
a copy ...
-tn..I.clro,10 .raln"If* u. "" Permanent Magnet
on file in Superintendent's office i FULL SIZE STEREO I CONSOLE I l lC ZennhColor TV provides mot) *S f\ Centering. Automatic
.) true-to-life color pictures l&U kf3 Color level,Circuitry.
Two new Zenith developed Simplified Convergence
Upon recommendation of Law. color tubas gbeyea most [T55Kgp IU Assembly Polyester
rence L. Terry, principal at the I (rh I /I I'I tccurat hues In color TVI' Automatic High Voltage color Coll Cut Off.Puin "

Okeechobee Primary School, and Chesslt Panes, Completely Hudoraf'hendwlred Neritenbl hand, Pull Color, Level
on motion by Mrs. Hope Hendry, soldered connections. No printed ash Control.8Implill.d Focus Voltage Adjustnt { -
cultsl. No production shortcuts! . One.
seconded by Smith, the Board Mechanical design, and circuitry art poldVideoGuard Step Tuning
appointed Mrs Phoebe Raulersonas simplified' to prov do finest performing, Turret Tuner.
a teacher in the Okeechobee A NFw ///iTl! l most dependable color TV.

Tommy Doonan, was the first man moved, when Primary School for the 196162 EMIT world'i finett performing, most dependable Color TV.

the change was made Thursday, from the old to school term, beginning August .
HIGH FIDELITY STEREO
14, 1961.
the new hospital. He was also served the first meal
On motion by Jack Coker, sec.
in the new emironment. onded by Dozier Smith, he Board

authorized the Superintendent to
pay the balance due Ray Lein Sfxelall
A on his contract for the additionsto
the Okeechobee Primary and

The Finest Christmas gk g Douglas! Brown schools and also !
the balance due Kendall Starratt, 20900 "
Architect.On give them EASY CHAIR

motion by Jack Coker, seconded TV TUNING with .

by Mrs. Enola Elledge, the
GIFT I Board appointed Mrs. Ceo An. ; Fine Furniture

drews as a worker In the Okee Cabinetry! WORLD'S FINEST PERFORMANCE
chobee high school lunchroom to
replace Dewilda Boney who re
signed.On ZENITH QUALITY COMPONENTS all new Mip'5a5 rSUM
Beautiful Scandinavian, Modern console genuine hardwood
motion by Mrs. Hendry, .
veneers and solids Features Zenith's Cobra Made* 4 Speed
For Father seconded by Dozier Smith, the Changer, 4 Zenith Quality Speakers. Duel Channel' Stereo e PORTABLE TV
Board authorized the Superintend. Amplifier full stereo sound controls Cobra Tone Arm with
ent to obtain bids on one 66-pas- dual needle stereo cartridge Completely designed for adding
built-In Stereo FM Radio! Th. Bach Model youdon'tget ; with SPACE COMMAND
senger school bus, and set Fri. IMtalllrt MMML Orll.DU4
day, Dec. 15, 1961 at 9 a. m. as up to tuneTV
NOW Nylon & Foam Rubber the date and time for opening of j just press a button remote controlIftKerel
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sale bids. ea
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McArthur Reveals Plan For PlantMLJI Kenneth Starratt of the Architectural The plant will have production for storage of dairy products tures.
Dairy $85,000 firm of Starratt and of ,,
space about 3,800 square feet brought to Fort Pierce by bulk Three years ago McArthur
Askloff. has designed the build- and administrative area of 3,000 tank trucks from Miami area moved most of his dairy opera.
Ing and specifications will be square feet' Starratt said The processing plants. tlons from the Dade Countyarea
ready for bidders within three building will be of used brick The McArthur Dairy, one of to Okeechobee County
weeks, and the plant will be finish, light concrete tile roof, the state's largest In the Miami where about 80 per cent now are
reedy to move Into by July 1, full-length shutters on windows, area, now has branches In Fort located
1962, Starratt said. and other colonial architecture Lauderdale, Perrlne, Belle Glade,
The present force of eight will features. and West Palm Beach. Its found. RETURNS TO CITY
expand to 40 according to plans, The parking lot, to accomodate er and president Is J. N. Mc TO MAKE HOME
Coachman said.' 30 refrigerated delivery vehicles, Arthur, who describes the operation Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tamer
Plans for deve,'pment of the will be completely enclosed by a as the largest Independent. and daughter have returned to
tract, In the southeast corner of matcnry wall Starratt said, so ly owned and operated dairy In Okeechobee to make their home.
the Jenkins-Orange intersection. they cannot be seen from the the world. Its herds of Jersey They have been living la Georgia.Mr. .
Include reserving space for a street. milk cows exceeds 7,000 head Tarner Is a brohter of Mrs.
processing plant if business justifies The estimated cost of $85,000 and a total of more than 10,000 Anton Jensen, and his family is
it, officials said. excludes refrigeration equipment, cattle are in the extensive pas well acquainted here.
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Pierce, shows the colonial-style design, compatible in three weeks, Starratt said.

McArthur Dairy of Miami this and Orange Avenue In Fort tribution operations In the area day by Ben Coachman, who directs P
week announced plans for the Pierce. wJl be converted into a Hostess the dairy's West Palm H
I construction of an $85,000 colonial I A two-story residence on the House for free use by church I Beach operations, under which ,
type distribution plant on a 40- lot now being used as temporary school civic and other nonprofit t"", Fort Pierce branch will op I'
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Okeechobee Newt, Friday, Dec. 22, 1961 Page 13 Local Bank To thing , Now they have inside socket wrenches 599 Head Sold THANK YOU , AND A

I toilets , they have electric The Firemen's Auxiliary gave VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS .
MORE ?
Pay 4 Pet Into lights for the Christmas tree . the Fire Department a red bea Tuesday 1
I Classified AdsFor and they have toys "out of this con light, two spot lights a dry We wish to express a "thank

Rates, Jaii. ABOUTNOTHING world" ,' . mostly with the 'chemical and a COS fire extinguisher Tuesday'i auction at the Okee you" to all the people of Okee-

The McNulty, Group of Banks space age motif. all to be mounted on chobee Livestock Market was chobee who have taken an Interest
comparatively large, 593 headof In the Real Life Children's
the new fire truck.
Sale WHO WHERE WHEN of Florida will Increase Its Interest
Rent -
or Sat. Night, Dee, 23rd rates to a maximum of four By KREWKHUTT What do mother's get today Those attending were Dave cattle being sold, and seven Ranch during the past year: We'

7:30: to 11:30: p. m. per cent on savings deposits ef . electric blenders . TV's and Clayton Williams, Sheralyn horses. Cattle prices were stead'yto and the children are deeply appreciative

FOR SALE Two Bedroom STEWARTSAUCTION fective January 1, Fred McNulty, Christmas is not what It used , new cars , stoles . Whitney, Mr. and Mrs Bruce strong up $1 on stackers. for the gifts and the
home. chairman of the executive com to be ", or so I am led to believe and many other useful gadgets Mills, Bobby and Richard; Mr. Slaughter catttle was scarce, but many kindnesses. We feel ourselves
Large
wooded lots porch garage. 10 mtttt of the nine banks, an . and the people have to really mess up a good meal. and Mrs. Robert Arnold; Mr and about 300 calves were sold. fortunate to be living and
shrubbery, ,
orange
departed from the real old fashioned work the childrenIn
doing our with
lemon, tangerine and grapefruittrees. nounced. Mrs. Charles Whltfleld; Mr. and Top price was $23.23 per hun
Call RO 3-<<97. 12.8tf This will affect the Okeecho. Christmas . even to But the latest I have seen isan Mrs. Brannon Williams and Sherry dred, paid to Hub Boney of Lorlda a community as fine as Okee-

bet County Bank local memberof having Santa show up before the electric toothbrush , especially ; Fr. and Mrs. George Cave, for stocker, calves. chobee. For the many kindnessesthis

FOR RENT Furnished Cot Is shooting the works. Late ar the group. turkey Is baked for the Thanks. designed to assure ver Nancy, Steven, Sonny and Kath- There will be no tale next past year, thank you. 'And

tages. One and two bedrooms rivals put together with what we McNulty said the banks will giving dinner . and then arriving tical physiological brushing erlne; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tuesday Dec 26. The Market we wish you all a Merry -Christ

Fishing privileges. $17.50 per wk. already have promises you the pay 3tt per cent on six month by plane or helicopter technique . designed to reach Balls, Donnie and Haywood; Mr personnel will take a week off. meal! .

and up. Trailer parking, $15 per biggest AUCTION yet. Practicaland savings deposits and four percent or some other mode of modern every tooth and every gum surface and Mrs. Jack Campbell, Ginger However, .a big sale Is planned : Dad and Mom Kvlstad

month. Kissimmee River Fishing useful brand new Gift Items on one year or longer de transportation. ? withstands boiling wat and Melody; Otto Hornung, Rosemary for' January 2, 1962. Real and. all the Children at the

Resort. RO 3-3577 Mrs. Casey. will be sold like wild Fire to the posits. He said the action was er , and can be used by the Charles Kathleen and Life Children's! Ranch.

128tf high bidder. DON'T MISS IT. taken In accordance with regulation It has not been too many years whole family Johnny; Billy, Norma Jean, Alan,

SPECIAL USED ITEMS "Q" section 2176, Issued ago .. . the family made all Kenny; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brl- COLLEGE STUDENTSTO Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hauk

FOR RENT Furnished nice 2 Good Small Fishing Boats recently by the board of govern. their tree decorations . from Now that is a deal . the family ney Steve and Carol; Julian Tanner BE HONORED and son Jeff were expected to

clean one or two room apart 1 10 HP Mercury Motor on of the Federal Reserve System popcorn and cranberries . and gets to wash their teeth elec. ; Mr. and Mrs. Everette Cone, College students will be honored arrive today from New Orleans, 1

ment. By week or month. Utilities 2 Good Refrigerators and the Federal Deposit Insurance they lighted their trees with trically . the first to the Keith, James, Gary and Lavette; at the Sunday evening worship La., for a visit with their parents. I

furnished Road 78 Telephone 2 Good Gas Stoves Corporation. The Increased candles . they sat around with bathroom . the first to wash' Calvin Arnold; Gisela Slstlg; Jack hour December 31 at the First Hawk Is stationed at New Orleans I

RO 33241. 4-29tf Lots of good Furniture, rates, McNulty said, were au neighbors and loved ones . ate their teeth . and son on . Ezell; Donald Boney and Mr.:"and Baptist Church, Rev. Cooper and has been granted a

Bedding, Sewing Machines, thorized by the supervisory au apples and popcorn . and I.-2, 3 or how many , until Mrs. Olen Godwin Jimmy and Marshall announced. Students 13-day furlough. I
FOR RENT Two Bedroom du had a wonderful time playing will take part In the services.
Washing Machines, Rugs, etc thorities. The maximum rates of mother's turn . then she grabs Ann.
pIes apartment. Call RO 34759. with the toys . or group sing. kitchen
1 Good Single Barrell! Shot Gun Interest law tho thing scurries to the
permissable by priorto
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12 1 Almost New 22 Auto. Rifle this time was three per cent Ing. . hooks up the electric toaster $10.0 AN ACRE

. . the electric skillet . and I Brnhinaiis UNIMPROVED RANCH LAND
FOR RENT Two and three he said.
It would take a whole page toted Then the dolls were hand made merrily scrubs her teeth while
bedroom houses. Call ROdeo I and also-over 800 acres going ranch, in Okeecho-
: you all. It's much better that and stuffed with cotton or an old she Is opening the dally vitamincan

34554. 12-ltf you come on out with your bid sock . with hand stitched fac . with her electric can Down bee County-3 houses, cattle pen, lake, improved
An Appeal . . and their fenced etc. $250
FOR RENT -Furnished Apart ding Boots on and help yourself. es mittens on opener. pasture, an acre.
By CONSTANCE DELANEY hands to take the place of fin
ment. All electric kitchen. Mrs.J. -- CALL OR WRITE
Christmas . the season of gers. I old fashioned . .
STEWARTS AUCTION HOUSE
L. McCall. Phone 7830, Canal Maybe am
Point. 12.22 Located half way between the year in which the spirit of a fuddy duddy . but I do not Kissimmee ANACONDA REALTY CO.

Avon Park and Setting giving Is uppermost In our minds, The boy's toys were something believe in these new tangled contraptions (Acreage Department)

FOR SALE BY OWNER Ap on Alt. 27 Is here again. There Is probablysome handmade, also . a sled or . I believe that Is 1776 E. Sunrise Blvd. JAckson 3.1411 I
proximately 100 ft. frontage on last minute shopping to be a whistle . and If they were carrying the Christmas spirit too The Brahman cageis continued

Fifth Avenue at Seminole Street,' 19AC FORD Falrlane 500 like done. Perhaps you are one of purchased they were tinker toys tar Witness the loss of my teeth their high scoring Friday night Fort Lauderdale

cne block west of First Baptist new for sale, or will trade for those late shoppers, who have It I. or some other simple thing with the old fashioned brush . coming out on the long end of a

church. Call RO 34304. 12-22tf travel trailer or take older car. all to do the very last possible that did not run by batteriesor let alone theso modern electric 81 to 20 score when they playedthe

Phone ROdeo 3.4497. 12-ltf moment before Christmas or some other electronic device devices. . but anyway while Kissimmee Kowboys in a THE CHANGING SCENE

FOR RENT Furnished opart maybe you are one of those very . that most fathers could not I want at least two front teeth Ridge Conference game.
MARK 78A Mercury .. .. .. .$333 It was the fourth
ment In Seminole Apartments efficient people who had It all operate. . . I wish win with no nDreAaSADOTNtUNDRFDICTAaIx ,
Suitable for couple Call Mrs, G, MARK 75 . . . . . ... ... ..$282 bought, wrapped and put away for Christmas may of losses for Okeechobee. Victims of { .rpp q a OLD S10Vi WAS AESPONSIBIe t, ,,, w
R. Covert RO 33598. 12.22tf Mark 6A . . . ...... . ... . .$81 for each and everyone you the Brahmans Include Lake Pla- / TOR MANY pUINED MEALS, /
last August. Those were the days when life
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MARK KG4. $29 Cifi Frostproof, Clewiston androw
The list of family and friends was simple . they all took $
FOR SALE 3 lots or more, Motors FASHIONED CHRISTMAS YOU / eURNTTO GrENW2MA I ia
-40 Other Used Kissimmee.
close to Markham Brothers, who must have gifts Is always turns t early on Christmas COULD EVER WISH FOR . All games have ACRSPf: DDWlXAVx 4e
been 7
Reasonably priced. See Al Clayat SPORTSMAN CENTER lengthy . and sometimes it morning . before the crackof won by an Impressive mar t ,Y 70 THAT EAT ? ,

G. W Clay Store. 12-ltf 3312 Orange Ave. Is difficult to buy for everyone. dawn . to visit the "little gin.Bill ) oa5 re I
Fort Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kvistad and Phillips
was again e
highpoint -
But try, if you can, to add two Ou House" that stood at the f I
the children were guests at a man for the local
FOR RENT -* House on water. more worthy names to your list- rear of each yard . they lookedat team
Business Service turkey dinner Wednesday night In pumping in 11 from the field and e r, ti4
front. Furnished or 'infurnished. The Real Life Children' Ranch, the glossy catalogue in the
West Palm Beeach. The dinner one from the free throw line for
4 bedroom. Phone 3.4781. 128tf and the Dunklin! Rest Home. semi-darkness hoping they had
FOR REPAIRS on Frlgldair and was> prepared by the Woman'sMissionary a 23 point total. The whole Brahman -
Old peoplii and young people. received the gifts under the tree '
Mavag Appliances call GIL Society Food was squad saw action. Coach ,: '
TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT- The old people senior citizens that they had been wanting all
BERT'S. RO 33154. tf by the manager of a Qwik Bobble Lamb substituted freely
Modern facilities. Reasonable if you prefer the term, enjoy year . .and by then they were given
rates, boat launching and undercover SEPTIC lANK! and GREASE visits any time of the year, but well seasoned for the "warmth"that Check store there. after the locals took a big lead.
Miss Karen Albritton Is spending Ckecehobee. led at the halftime
storage, Calusa Lodge TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired it is a special treat to have visit. could be found later around
this week in Cocoa Beach 43-12.
Lakeport Rt. 78 128tf -Phone Okeechobee RO 3.3734. tf ors during the holidays And a the cheery stove . or fire
with Mr. and Mrs. T, E. Mat '
FOR SALE Three bedroom ALTERATIONS AND DRESS small gift brings gratitude many place. I thews. 'I Ronnie Hunt and Peggy Pearce,
than the purchase
house In Oak Park completely MAKING Gladys Stello. cabin at times greater both students at East Carolina r
price. Try to remember the eight Those were the days . when +
furnished. Priced reasonably Call rear Evans Mercantile East State College Greenville, N. C., *
residents at the Dunklin! Rest served from old oaken } 4f
all
were an
12-15tf Fire Mars are spending the +
HO 3-3663 Okeechobee. 12.15,22,29, holidays here. S ,
.
Home, who are under the care of 'bucket . pulled from the well +

FOR SALE 4 bedroom !bath PLANS D&WIfor;/ Residentialand Mrs Janie Platt there. with a creaking pulley and fray FiremensParty airs Claude Holcomo and ,

home, ideally located. Air conditioned Commercial Buildings. RayC And The Real Life Children's ed rope . or maybe a chain Allen and Mike! left last sons

wail-to-wa8 carpeting. Lantz. Telephone RO 3-3881 Ranch, with their 15 children, . and It served the family well for Friday ,
morning Greer S.
C. where
Kitchen fully equipped, Kenny Okeechobee. 12.8. 15, 22, 29 ranging in ages from eight to 17, and each had a spot in the "win they ,
I are visiting a few days with
Ford, phone RO 33953. are hoping to be remembered.The ter kitchen" where they hung the By PEARL GODWIN relatives.

121522291.5; Employment Ranch Is operating "on a toothbrush . somewhere near Local firemen and their families Sharon Hilton r
and
LaFaye Fa-
shoestring" as far as income Is the wash basin. were just sitting down to .,; b u o 0 0
I children . their annual turkey and ham glie arrived home Saturday for
concerned. But the receive
FOR SALE the Christmas holidays. They are
I wealth of training with when Christmas dinner at the Fire Station
TELEPHONE a Those were the days mothers students at Appalachian! Teachers
plenty of love from their house- were happy to get a new Monday night when they College at Boone N.. C.
3 BEDROOM HOUSE SOLICITOR parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kvis- Dutch Oven . a bread board were summoned to a woods fire Mrs. Wilburn Lawson and Miss

CBS FHA I tad. How about some gifts for a rolling pin . or maybea near the Curtis Johnson home in Sylvia Bass spent the week end in
Work in home.
Low Down Payment your own these fine children? Anything Is few yards of huck toweling or southwest Okeechobee. Tampa visiting with Mrs.. Es.le! ROASTS TURN OUT JUST KISHtivlPT, a
TIM I IN TODAY'S AUTOMATIC LP.OAIOVINf. r
JS4 per Mo. Pleasant, easy work. Excellent received with deep gratitude something to make the family They made short work of the Rampey. Miss Bass and Mrs. SMA TLV ITYLID BUILT-IM

I Income. For interview clothes, money, food, toys -Just happily nourished . and fire and hastened back to the Rampey are sisters. TOP APPIARANCI lUftNCRf ANB Of OVCN TODArk< INHAHCtTHI N"MNe.

WRITE BOX 1781 I call: ail the things children need and clean . and contented. party, with a good excuse for a Mrs, James White and sons

or Call want in any family are needed second helping of everything.The Jimmle! and Bobby of Haines City
RO 3.3219Okeechobee HO 4.0500 and wanted at the Real Life These days of the modern age Volunteers presented Chief spent the weekend with her par Central Electric & Gas Co. ""

Fort Pierce Children's Ranch. . they have wrecked every. Godwin a tool chest and set of ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hunt. RO 3.3915 OKEECHOBEE
7-14U Think about It. If you decideto

I share your Christmas with the

FOR RENT Furnished cabins, RELIABLE MAN OR WOMAN to'' o'J and the young, either take "LAST MINUTE GIFT
Kitchens' P P Evans the Rest
electric take over Watkins route In Okee your gifts directly to PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS

Phone RO 3731.. 7-24tf chobee. Good for up to $65 weekly Home and the Ranch or leave SUGGESTIONS FROM THE

I to start. No Investment. Set them at The Okeechobee News
FOR SALE 5 Lots. 2 blocks be delivered because FOR CHRISTMAS
They'll
office.
hours. Permanent
your own op-
west of Catholic Church. Only I BOSTON STOREMEN'S
will
News staff members
portunity. Full or part time. Watt ''rt>YSYUSCStsuitrustcissuaNINE
$350) each. Phone ROdeo 33953
kins Products, Dept. D-3, P. 0, be going both places. .
after S. 9-lfl I
Box 2447, Memphis 2, Tenn. 12.29 NEW MACHINES


Merchandise Junior GA's I SWEATERS
2 REMINGTON QUIET-RITERS. .Reg. 141.63

LETS TRADE MOWERS Hold Christmas (Cardigan Slip Over) Wide Variety of colors and patterns
3 REMINGTON SUBURBANITES Reg. 132.87 .
JT T CALL ROdeo 3-3134 today WANTEDCollector Priced from $4.98 $
to JQ ggMEN'S
lot a FREE demonstration on Party Friday 2 REMINGTON MONARCHS. . . Reg. 103.41 .

your lawn. We'll trade on the Junlc-! Girls Auxiliary members THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY

spot. Sizes and prices to fit your male or female were entertained at a Christmas PAJAMAS .

reeds. GIL ERT'S Experience prefer red. party Friday evening al
8950
(Slip-over and Button Type)
Must have car and know tho social rooms of the First Your Choice Priced from

SAVE MONEY Okeechobee area well. Babtist Church. Violetta Shires $2.98 and $3.98MEN'S
Wright are leadersfor
Anita
Used Lumbar, Doors Credit Bureau of Okee- and the Junior G. A. group. Mrs TWO EVEREST PORTABLES
chobe :Mr. Morris. SPORT SHIRTSShort
Windows and Other i Flaudie Register assisted with $79.95 Value

the party. ( & Long Sleeve)
Salvage Materials The girls were taken on a 6495 Priced from

: EAGLE BAY SALVAGE CO. I SOMEWHAT: IMPROVED round of caroling following the ONLY $1 j gg to $5.00

Mrs. Rhea Hunt called relatives festivities. .
On State Rd. 78 -1 Ml. No. BOYS SWEATERS
Sunday and reported that it appeared ._.
: of the Kissimmee River to her that her husband HandS .
Injures I (Sizes 6 thru 18))
See Mr. B.ll. Omar, was somewhat Improved BIG LAKE OFFICE SUPPLYJOHN
L. Mason of Buckhead Ridge Priced from
Phone ROdeo 3-4373
Ha entered the Mayo Clinic at 3.98. 5.98
but serious STANLEY( to
suffered a painful, not Mgr.
Y-......-...--- Rochester, Minnesota, several .
Injury to his right hand Tuesday Phone ROdeo 3.4317 North of Courthouse
CITY LOTS Residential. $20 days ago.
lie was working with a BOYS BAN-LON SHIRTSLong
down, $20 month. On paved street.
grinder when the grindmg-head
City water. Four blocks off N. ( and Short Sleeve)
Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Matthew became detached from the power
Park St on Chokaloskee. Call! of Cocoa Beach and June Albnt tool. The stone lacerated two Priced at $2.98 and $393

George Reynolds, Campbell Real ton of Fort Pierce spent the week fingers. 1 M Ck dmDJ
Estate. 0 RO 33165. l28,15,22,29!
I
end with Mrs. T. L. Spann and S/Y egg '

FOR SALE 13 ft moulded son Donald and Karen Albrit Wanda Sue Williams is home ft Beautiful Boxed Gift Sets 'r
ton. from college for the holidays.
Fiber Glass Boat. Remote con

troi windshield, 25 hp motor and I i Priced'' from
i TOWEL SETS 1.98 $3.98FANCY
trailer. See or call Frank Shep I to

pard. RO 3-3066 12-22,2'Jp '.
: EMBROIDERED
For Immediate .
FOR SALE Dachshund male I .;:. PILLOW CASE SETSPriced

puppies Ready for Christmas.

AKC registered. $S(). Phone RO ; from 1.98 j to 2.98

3.3279, or write Box 1781. 12-22 SALE
We want to take this opportunity to thank

FOR SALE Ladies Costume Jewelry
1956 Falrlalne Ford
the
many people of Okeechobee that we have
2 door, green and while $200 cash
AVAILABLE AFTER BY CORO (Boxed)
mm take up payments. Payments I done business with in the past year and to Priced '
lire $38.37 for 10 months. Contact $1.00 and 2.00THE

Monroe Arnold at RO 3-4018. 12-22 JAN. 5 1962 wish them a Happy Holiday Season and a
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DAVE'S TRADING CENTER Prosperous New Year THEBOSTON

Radio end TV Repair s

Maytag Wisher.. $63.00 Bertha's Drive InnX16,500.00 :

Electrk Stove ..... ...... .,.. $3300 STORE
TV's . .....:. .$35 to $55 Drum & JohnsonREAL I

Baby Bed . ...-.. $18.oOKenmora
Sew Machine $37.00 WISHES EVERYONE A
i iI ESTATE '

TRAILER to fit e-R, pick up '
truck. $50. 9-R. duck bout, $25. 3530 North Federal HighwayFort MERRY CHRISTMASAND

Various articles of household Lauderdale, Florida

Hodges goods Mrs.Real Townsend.Estate. Call 12-1,8p at I j jl A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR



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SWIFTS PREMIUM-BUTTERBALL-OVEN READY-GRADE AHENS :
:
TU RKEYS BREASTED-FOR QUALITY THIS IS ITI 39cflAT
10 AVERAGE TO 12 LB.



TURKEYS SILVER EAGLE TOPS IN QUALITY BROILERS 4 AVERAGE TO 8 LB. 45cPRODUCE

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RED ROME SPECIALS I\ (JJ' I S PIG I HAM


A P P L ES 4 lb. bag 3SC WHOLE or ,HALF
SWIFTS PREMIUM .
l ( tftvrniHMiftTURKEY ,

CRANBERRIES 1 19 '; 9c
lb. box , lB. 4

SELECT-EXTRA FANCYBANANAS . ... ,.e ..


3 29C HORMEL CANNED H MSll Ib. can $259

STEWARTS-NEW CROP I

P E ( A NS 1 lb. bag 39' ARMOURS STAR

SLICED BACON. 1 Lb. Pkg. 49
STALK

C E L E R Y each Sc FRESH LEAN GR. BEEF 3 lb Pkg. $119 i

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Specials For Christmas Week-end December 22: :- 23

THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY:

SHURFINE 303 SIZE CANS SHORTENING-With$5.00 or More OrderC SHURFINE SLICED OR,,HALVES-LARGE'Vh CAN
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Cr.Corn or Gr.Peas 2.29c R I S C O 3 lb. can 39C PEACHES 2 for 49c
ROYAL CRUSHED-303 SIZE
TALL CARNATION PY-O-MY-WHITE YELLOW DEVILS FOOD
MILK I 3 cans 39c CAKE MIXES BOX lOc PINEAPPLESWIFTS 2 cans 35c
BROOKFIELD-IN QUARTERS
FOLGERS-ALL GRINDS MRS. BERKE'S-RUM AND BRANDY
COFFEE 1 lib. 59c BUTTERSHURFRESH lb. 69c
can FRUIT CAKE 2lb. can 99c CANNEDBISCUITS
SHURFINE-300 SIZE CANS 2 FOR FARM HOUSE-22 Oz.-Minc.,Pumpkin,Cherry,Apple,Peach I : 3, cans 23c
Cranberry Sauce 29c FROZEN PIES ?. 39c REGULAR $1.50'GET SET'
HAIR I SET, 99C
SHURFINE-TOP QUALITY-Plain! or S lf Rising BIRDSEYE FROZEN-SLICDD-10 OZ.PKG.STRAWBERRIES only
FLOUR 5 ,Ib bag 39c 2for45c TOOTHPASTE CREST-REG.53c 39C
only
LIBBYS-303 SIZE CAN PEPPERIDGE FARM,ALL PURPOSE OR CORN BREAD FOOD KING-COLORED,IN QUARTERSPUMPKIN
2 cans 25c STUFFING 2 Pkg, 49c OLEO 2. lb, 29c


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News, Friday, Yule PartyMembers School cafeteria n ,.,"' "''nnn "''n nn nn nnJl#"' "' .
D.c. 22, 1961 Pag 7 I Refreshments were served and I
of the Okeechobeeband the group enjoyed dancing =
Chaperons for the party Indue YOUR0N 1
and their guests, _
were en- .
ed Mr and Mrs Patrick Gaugh THE ER
PresentPageant tertained at a Christmas party on, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Humph '
Friday evening at the Primary rles and Mrs E. H Hunt.

''''''JISI8'! ' ,.,,.,''''''''''' I Glory to God

= _ in the highest .

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The annual Christmas! pageant, earth peace,
presented by the Okeechobee Primary fi BEST g will.
School students, was held V ; and good
last Thursday evening at the regular = \ : V
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monthly meeting of the Parent ig g :
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and Teachers Association.
The auditorium was filled, the g "'Ib

I finest turnout at any PTA meet ,
ing since the pageant last year. = ii : "
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There was no business meeting
Mrs. Patrick Gaughon, presidentof .$
the organization, spoke briefly, i
announcing that the next meet- It's a pleasure to
irg. to be held In January, wouldbe = As tile Yule' draws = Campbell RealtyuxxxxxxxxsetexxxxxxxxstxxuxxxxtxuxxxxxxxMxxseKXftxMi
an afternoon session, the g j96I | serve people like :
first afternoon meeting the PTA near, we greet our '
has held here. It is scheduled fora you. Happy Yule. !.t' .
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Wednesday afternoon, date to t friends everywhere. H ; I \, ; .
be announced in next week'i pa R BigLakeOFFICE ''': ''' *''' *"UUf
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per.The = hope the Yule finds I K a'ssosososososososososososososososososososososososososososos, sososososososososopsug'u
program opened with the = all our friends rich in Joy D&D GROCERY SUPPLYMay
first grade's production featurIng K
ten little candles, each of M and wonderful health. It's '
a joy to greet our
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whom hoped to be chosen for
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the top of the tree. They all re friends at this time of j ... "
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alized, however, that this would PADGETTSPharmacy year. Merry Christmas! ; '... never do when a wee girl in a FI i .\... .1JII'Jt "i :<< \i"' .
holiday red dress came on stage I And \" \ Z Vi.1. ,*":4.fti
and telephoned Santa to bring V
her a bright star for the top of |; Tackle Shop SKXXXXXftXXMXXMXX R. H. Barber ii, i .. ,

her tree. They were easily rec : I >:"'l 1JfU.4 ;
I 1fif,1fJifti
onciled to being placed on a low I
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er branch, and tripped happilyoff
stage. .i/l'll. : rl ?
Second scene was the storyof .>At,... '.I: *'0 1 .+ai I:
the Christmas trees, and the = "i" lt ,:' : ... t}
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scene opened in a pine forest I II & !!II" '"' 'III
with many little pine trees discussing I 1.;. .t! !}I /1. U1 i J.l 'iJi'
how. happy they were "''f.. 4 !' '' t."l'F /];;.;..\ 1 .
that they would soon be Christmas po; : 4!! .:..1.ft,1 \ .""
trees. All but one-there's it .a.r : ,t k
always one fellow who won't CHRIST AS "'M "l ]!.f ':; .
conform to tradition But the I
snow fairies came and talked I i ftl i 1''ij
to him. He still wasn't convinced.
But finally, his heart was melted II .. ... .
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when a little crippled boy chose -c7fl
t. 'Ai4..1.
him from all the rest, becausethe ciiaii ii l I 1 1ci'a .
tree was so straight and I At Christmas, all of us at
strong. And the woodcutter took \ 10 .
the axe, and with one blow I' I V the bank extend the Season'sGrcctings
chopped down the tree It fell I eI
gently against the woodcutter, I tiI11
I : g1nthemany and
and the happy pine tree and the I to tjou jours.o .
happy boy and all the snow 1961 you find great joy a
fairies and the other pine trees w as Christmas renews the
exited.hurriedly. os glory
.
Next production featured the glory; of the Holy Night. 1

Snow Babies and the Sunshine Our best wishes for promises of
Babies. Snow Babies all wore R very a :
white snow suits and hats, and $ a happy, merry Yule. $ this Holy time. FUIL* OKEECHOBEECounty
carried snow balls Sunshine a Jack and Iris McPherson
babies all appeared in their LakeshoreRestaurant 1961 d-SERVlCE I\
bathing suits, carrying oranges l % 'BANK
Somehow or other, these little & $ | R. B. Meserve so so soj Bank
people got into a disagreement @
I and began tossing oranges and Motor Court 3 Agency 1 J a i
snowballs at one another. No ,
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one appeared to be hurt how. .", ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,nn, ,,,,,,,,,,.., (Qhr4nciscjoij Member Federal insurance Corporation
ever and the skit was climaxed j Deposit
by tossing the whole array of
missiles and snowballs
-oranges
-Into the audience. ... \ May each gift you receive come a
A choral group, all wearing big, -' ,l_ to you with love and great Joy. '
white collars, with big black bow 1i 1 10aa aWe
ties sang a collection of tradition. ,
\ i ittfiI
al Christmas music. They were ii
.letter-perfect in their presentation :z: \ V
and the blending of their
voices in the carols was finer I

than group.any professional singing have lots of GIFT ITEMS for LATE SHOPPERSWe
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Final presentsdjuivel roperssf

Final scene presentation, centered was with a Nativity the. I .1y I I are open til 7 p.m. each evening Monday

Virgin Mary and the manger ,. I/i
and until 8
; through Friday Saturday -
surrounded by a choir of angels. i ;v p.m.
Shepherds were present, and the I' Whhfrknd ," .'>i
three kings entered with their Closed all day Sunday, Christmas Eve and Mon.
gifts for the Christ Child. The *vs $
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final scene was a fitting "Amen"to r ;"<;:. day, Christmas Day, so our employees may
the anuual Christmas program. greetings 1 1wc' R rjg a

send '}..".1 1 \ g Ihc blessings $ enjoy Christmas with their families. If you still
TEL Class Meets j best wish. 'V \i iestoycu. of the holy season aS

Members of the TEL class of / \ be yours always. have names on your Christmas List, you can
the First,Baptist Church met In
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the a Christmas home of Mrs.party C.Monday R Bibb ev for 1i 196 : .J, find the gift you are looking for at RAULER-

Mrs.ening.Gabriel Devotions reading were given Luke by 2: \\ii SON'S. Remember "We have gifts for the whole

120 after which a poem was B-Love.Ly BURTON

read.group In Mrs.prayer.A Goddard. led the Beauty Salon PLUMBING I Royal's Dept. Store | family" and gift wrapping is FREE!

gift exchange was held and ,'.UIC""UfolUt6U"'U"U: ,uxseuxuuuttxxxax* teXStXXKXttXXXXUXXXHXXXXXUXMXXXXti
a social hour followed Refresh t
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ments were served by the hostess
who was assisted by Betty 1961
Forsee. j i AP'JiI1

Attending were 'Mrs Goddard, tri7 3 f i- II 5M
Reecy Davis, Annie Hamrick, /VV11Ltt4 -
Minnie
Miss Letitia Hamri'-k
1I
Harden, Jessie Wilson, Merlda 7)A
Raulerson, Rosa Durrance, Susie
Sigmund, Merle Cements, Neva CtothWA
&T: and good wishes to
Walker Mrs. Phillips Mrs. Covert :
and,Audie Mrs. Davis.pjgsosonesoneso Moon., Mable Gabriel v V kt j everyone in everyland. I L'.4 .

WISHING YOU A MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMASAND

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A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR


I f' FROM ALL OF US AT RAULERSON'S.HIRAM .


ANNIE, OVEDA, MAE, WILMA, "PETE" AND "JAKE"
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i To all our friends, mayK f When Santa arrives we hope he brings

{the happiness of Chrlst- I you happy holiday season. Many DEPT. STORE"WE

Jmai be truly yours, bothR K if thanks for your fino friendship. eTennessee's
jj now and In time to com*'
CLOTHE THE FAMILY"
Restaurant

| Rev. & Mrs. g i Southland Hotel Lounge Open All Day Sunday, Dec. 24 Okeechobee, Florida

Anton P. Jensen 1 CLOSED ALL DAY CHRISTMAS Phone ROdeo' 34025'Oke.chobe.
jj 5xtfsxtMwuivxue'tvttTttitrnt AND DINING ROOM 441 North
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I SHOP A&P FOR SAYINGS ON SCORES OF FESTIVEGRADE

Three Score

And Ten Club
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Has Meeting

The Okeechobee Three Score
and Ten Club held their last
monthly meeting Nov. 29,, 1961
at the lakeshore park. A little
windy for the old folks, but oth. i
erwise a beautiful day. Twenty-
three members were present. "A" QUICK FROZEN DRESSED and DRAWN YOUNG BROAD BREASTED ,
The ladles prepared the table
with a little help from the boys
and loaded It down with a delicious 4f
15-pound turkey all roasted
and stuffed with a dressingthat
made your mouth water just
to look at It. Also, giblet gravy-
all donated and cooked by our
good brother and lister, Mr and -
Mrs. Raifsnlder. It .wa a grand
gift and a lot of work. Thanksa ,
lot, Half and Mrs. The other
ladies furnished the balance of
p
the dinner In pot-luck style with
maccaronl and cheese salads
baked beans corn bread, biscuit I
and rolls, pies cakes, coffee and TOMS HENS r. Y Y

orangeade.Prayer was offered by Elder I C C
Lightsey and everybody got busy I 18 to 24 Lb,
Very little talking went on, only 10 to 14 lb, A
"pass me" this or that, and if you AVERAGE 29 AVERAGE 35
don't think we had a good time
Join us as a visitor or join the
club. Joining fee is fifty cents.
Our good friends, Dr. and Mrs. Lb Lb 2e OCEAN oM .lp Pelee
Coleman were on the job againas Whole or Strained
Usual, looking after the wel CRANBERRYSAUCE
fare, serving coffee and taking
of of the older and less
care fortunate some ones. Bless their souls BROILER TYPE TURKEYS g RESSED: and" QUICK DRAWN I FROZEN 4 AVG.b' Lb 39 2 Cans 1 Lb. 41c
The club would fall apart with. Young Oven Ready TURKEYS
out them.
The meeting was opened witha I.'II'I"'I4I'I""ML. -t( ttttt\'Q# \' Grad. "A" Quick Frozen Dressed A Drawn Large Tender t
prayer by Lawrence Vogt.! Min (a 8 to Tib.
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ute were approved as read. Election @ M1 Capons Average Lb.
of officers followed with Bro SHANK
Raifsnlder as president; Mr. Ful RS-"SUPER.RIG HT" SHt'lRT X Grad."A"Quick Frozen Dressed & Drawn RnastlngOM i i' A'CUT
ford vice president; Bro. Walker, GRAIN.FED PORKE .1% ,
Chickens
FR 4Amaie Lb.49c
chaplain; and secretary, Horace ,
Clark. Clark is also to take care
of reporting the club news to '. COOKED t'i Grada "A" Quick Frozen Dressed l Drawn Long Island' StyloDucklings
4 to 81b. r
the newspaper. We hope, Rail. FULLY 49c
that you are up to filling the office Average Lb.
again. The December meet.
Grade"A"Quick FroxotiOrttiad A Drawn Tand.ri' r
Ing is always passed by becauseof 4to61b.
the holidays Hens 39c
Lb.
The next meeting.will be held Average
the last Wednesday in January, Pork Fresh
the list at 12 o'clock noon and
will be held at the home of Eld .. HAMSFancy 2 g.69c
Lightsey. If there are to be any 9 l
changes In the plans it will be % Fresh Dry Packed Standard
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made News. before then. Watch The Oysters 12Ca0nz 99c

SHANK FRESH FROZEN HEADLESS

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