The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
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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 )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 28-Number 20 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 6, 1942 Price Five Cents

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SALES PENS: OCTOBER 29! Reprinted from Miami Herald. November 5. 1942.
Transact Businessin I j MEN IN
I Indictment by a federal grand jury at Tampa U. S. Naval Air Station, Jackson-
238 head brought $9,117.91., Mile, Oct. 31.-Vernon L. Burk, son
of the United States
Sugar Corporation 1 -
Regular SessionThe 84 calves brought $3.75 to $11.00 of Mr. and Mrs. J, W Burk of

High calves sold by L. A. McKenzie Clewiston and four of its employees on chargesof I Okeechobee. Fla., recently gradu- ;.In Mr.receipt and of Mrs.the E. J. Wilson are
news that their
violating anti-slavery statutes sets the aced from the Aviation Metal-
84 cows brought $640 to 880. I son Edgar J Wilson, jr., who Is In
Board of County Commissioners | smith School and was promoted to
High COsere sold by Ralph in Florida for what promises to be one of the I the Marines has been transferredto
of Okeechobee County, Flor- I the petty officer rating of Aviation
ida, met in regular session on Monday Hamrick and L. A. McKenzie great legal battles of our time. Metalsmlth 3rd Class. some place In the Paclflo

November 2, 1942 at 9:39: ( A I 36 steers brought $300 to 890. 1 The indictment boils down to the grave ac- Burk enlisted in the Navy at aboard while Marvin and L. has Is been placed
operating in
M. High steers sold by Nathan Zel- ; cusation of peonage. Floridians should suspend Jacksonville and was sent to Norfolk I the Atlantic. Another son, G. N.
Present were: Chairman C. F. I for "boot training" before being
emovltz. : judgment until a verdict has been reached after Wilson, who Is aboard the battleship -
Walker, Commissioners E. J. Wil- transferred to the Jacksonville
I 34 bulls brought $7.70 to 10.20., North Carolina, Is somewhereIn
son, R. E. Bass Ernest HIlliard andJ. due trial, mindful, nevertheless, that since it Station.

T. Phelps; County Attorney T j High bulls were sold by V, T. Oxer I began development of the sugar cane industry 1 Now a qualified aircraft metal Jesse the D.Pacific, is now while stationed the fourth at Del-son

W. Conely, Jr; Sheriff L. L. Con- 1 at $10.20 and Kautz Dairy at $10.00. smith Burk will probably be as-
in this state the United States hart, Texas, where he has been
I Corpora- pro
rad and Clerk Roy R. Raulerson. Next sale November 12 1942 signed to a Naval air unit for further
Upon motion by Commissioner! v I tion has been almost continually subjected to duty moted to the rank. S of. corporal

Hilllard, seconded by Commissioner
political harpooning ---V-- Mr. and Mrs T. H. Nix receiveda
Wilson the minutes of the meet- Mrs. Meserve Asks
letter yesterday from their
Ings held In October 1942. were Another Bond Box son
I Herbert who is In the Navy and
stationed at Jacksonville In which
All Women In
The Financial Statement sho..lngba Help FOR THE TABLE ONE: OF THE BEST! NOW he says that he Is getting along
Party To Be Held
as of October 31 1942 AMERICAN: FLAG NEEDED I fine and that his younger brother,
was presented as followed.General : Itt I'KIM I." I.. IIOI <(< IMIU).
Red Cross Work i Robert, who enlisted Monday at
Fund $ 33406 n"", MjpiT\l' I.i>.. Farm Heriirll.TlillnlllUlrittlittl I take this means to express my At Gilbert TheatreFlorida's Miami has arrived at that station
,.12 j
Fine & Forfeiture Fund 1
thanks for myself and for the observers and has been assigned to the barracks -
Road & Bridge Fund .260.63( The finest quality meat may
serving on the local Ob- right side of the he Is
Mrs. M. Messerve director of one
Agricultural Fund 29.61 prove a disappointment if not servation Post to all the people of I
Mother's Peoiilon Fund 11.26 surgical dressing operations in a properly\ cooked. On the other hand Okeechobee had quota for war bond sales .
statement said the County who a partin In November will be
today new ma- low $8,750,000 whichis ,
Outstanding Indebtedness grade pieces of meat may become -
t'rials were received last week and the actual work or the donationof $1,550,000 more than our October i Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Drawdy are
Fund 50.93 palatable food after cooking
Publicity Fund .... .80 work has been resumed at the properly. The natural meat flavorsare money the or material for the buildIng quota of 7200000. This is a 21 I I in receipt of a letter from their
Women's Club The of new post. percent Increase The son Howard in which he states that
1938 Tax Adjustment Fund 8.73 building. quota relished by almost everyone regardless Treasury Department i I
for November Is 30.000 bandages how often We now have a nice post one to at Washington has not i he Is now stationed at the United
Court House Bond I&S of meat Is
Fund 337.63 md all the material is on hand.It served. With poor preparation be proud of in fact I have visIted yet given us the county quotas for Sates Naval Training School for
will a number of posts In adjoin November but each advanced aviation at Norfolk
Jail T. W. I&S Fund .. 173.97 require many hours of much of the original meat flavor county can figure ,
work to complete this number of ing counties, and few have as goodas its own quota on approximately Virginia
Jail Repair Fund ... 6S.83 may be destroyed. .
bandages in the specified time. : ours and none better than ours. 21 per cent above October and we t
Court House Repair Fund. 18.75 of cooking meat. The
All ladles who have will not be far off This will Leo Greenberger accompaniedhis
1940( General Refunding given so easons for cooking meat are:: To This is something for all of us place
Fund [00529( freely of their time previously are develop flavors; to( Improve appearance to be proud of for we have that Okeechobee county's quota close to son Teddy to Miami last Fri-

Refund Indemnity Fund 10,000.00 urged to arrange their affairs so ; to kill bacteria and parasites; county pride of which you will always $5.000, for November. J day where he entered the calvary
in this mostworthy The new In the division of the army and left there
they can again help and to soften connective tissue. The hear "What they do, they program public

Total $12,397.57Reports and urgent undertaking.Also method used In cooking meat do It right." schools will produce a great dealof that night. .

of Marks and Brands for those who hanot as yet should depend on the grade and Every one did not get a chance the war bond money this month.
: asked to the Mrs. Austin Pearce who has Pro and Mrs. C. M. Williams
helped to chargeof
Districts No.2. 4 and 5, were received out of meat. The more tender to help us in the building of the
Women's Club two stamp and bond sales at the received a letter yesterday from
one or days a
and ordered filed in the cuts have little connective tissue post so we are asking some one that
week and give what time they can schools reports sales are very satisfactory their son, Lieut. C. M. Williams,
office of the Clerk of the Circuit as these are taken from parts of has not had a chance to help be-
each Women at-War Week who is with the army air forces in
spare. One or two hours dayis Nov.
Court the carcass which have been used :ore to donate us a nice American
Upon motion by CommissionerBass a great help. the least in life. The muscles which Flag for the post size 3 by 5 feet.Z. 22.28 will produce considerablemore Egypt in which he said that he
The work is not hard and there did nit have much time to write
duly seconded by Commis have been used the most have K. WILLIAMS
e are always supervisor on duty who Bond sales for the month of October between flying and digging trenches
sinner Wilson the following reso- fibres with greatly thickened walls Chief Observer
will help you to get started cor- were $9,373 exceeding by $5- he was kept mighty busy..
lution was unanimously! adopted: and ore surrounded by connective VC .
lectly. This is one of the most Im Issue, consequently these cuts must -- --- 275 the county's quota which was S

Okeechobee County portant tasks asked of the women '''e prepared carefully. HI'RC II OF CHRIST SCIENTIST $4.1 00. Although this was a very We are in receipt of a letter from

Florida of America This is your chance There are two ways of cooking SUBJECT SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8 fins showing It is the lowest average Willie Norris and Sollle Ellis which
I to help pin this! war and all(should for any one month since quotas,was mailed at Fort McPherson! ,
WHEREAS the Road & Bridge meat, by dry heat and by moist ;
I tie willing to do their part. Adam and'Fallen Man' Is the were setabUshed last May. Sales Oa., in which they state they are
and heat. The moi'e tender cuts arecookt'd
Fund, Fine & Forfeiture Fund, for the preceedlng months have all at the present time located there
The :building Is open for working less subject of the Lesson Sermon
Agricultural Fund have Insufficient from 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 Monday by dry heat, moist which will be read In churches of been well over 300 per cent. ThisIs but expect to be sent back to Do-

funds with which to meet through Frflday, and 9 to 12 Sat- tender cuts are cooked by Christ, Scientist, throughout the"ol'ld largely due to the fact that many than Ala., soon where they will be

vouchers due and payable, and urday. heat. on Sunday, November 8. bond buyers missed buying bonds with the Army Air Torpa. They

WHEREAS the General Fund hasa _. The dry heat- methods are: The Golden Text Is, "As by oneman's last month to double up this monthat statedln\ their letter that they
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balance which will not be needed Poastlng;: to cook by dry heat disobedience the theatre box party. knew that they were in the army.

before repayments can be made if Oct. .... .. ..... ... .... 7500G. ( an oven Broiling, to cook by direct made sinners so by the many obedience were Theare Box Party I .
this date therefore C. Durrance, Sal Act. heat from hot coals or flame,
transfers are made of shall be made right- Mr. Culbreth announces all arrangements Robert Nix youngest son of Mr.
.... .. .. .. Panbroillng, to cook in a one many
Pros. Atty. Oct. 75:00: to grill. eous" (Romans 5:19): ), have been completedfor and Mrs. T. H. Nix, enlisted in the
BE IT RESOLVED that Honor- W, B. Hargravesi Sal. Supr hot uncovered frying pan. pouringoff the "Thearte Box Party" to be United States Navy on Monday of

able J. M. Lee. Comptroller of the Regis, Oct. .... ..... ....... 40.00 fat as it accumulates In the Among the citations which held Wednesday night November this week at Miami and was sent to

State of Florida: be and he Is hereby State Tuberculosis San. ran. oinprlse the Lesson Sermon Is 11. <(
requested to approve transfersas Hasp Bryan Galnous, Moist heat methods are: Boiling the following from the Bible: Theatre. Admission to the theatrefor training.

follows: Nov. .. . 27.60 to cook in boiling! liquid usually "And God said, Let us make man this night only will be paid In I, .

General. Fund to Florida Power & Light water. Braise", to brown meat In a in our image after our likeness: scrap metal. Each person wll be required I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker, Sr.,

Road & Bridge Fund $1.00000( Co., Elec. C. H. & Jail hot pan In a small amount of fat. and let them have dominion over to present this 'scrap metalat are In receipt of a letter from their

General Fund to Oct. ... 12.76 then to cook slowly In the meat he fish of the sea, and over the the ticket office. Any scrap will son Woodrow Walker who Is in

-M..e & Forfeiture Fund 2000.00 The Bond Buyer, Adv. Juices or in added liquid (water, towl of the air, and over the cattle do. All metal Is acceptable and Camp Blanding and he states that

General Fund to Notice to Bond Holders 34.00 milk cream, diluted vinegar. Juices and over all the earth, andover the more you bring the merrier. A he has been promoted to the rank

Agricultural Fund $ 400.00 Pay Roll Insanity from vegetables) In a covered every creeping thing that prIze of $5.00( will be awarded to of corporal.

Passed and adopted this November Hearings expenses (: utensil. Stew to cook In water below iieepeth upon the earth. And God the person bringing the largest I '

2, 1942 by the Board of County Incurred .... .. 35.00 the boiling point; the cooking saw every thing that he had made amount. The show will start at 6:30: II J. W. Pearce, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Commissioners of Okeechobee Mason's Ice Delivery Ice temperature Is approximately 185 and behold, It was very good" sharp. The feature picture to be J, C. Pearce, who has been stationed -

County Florida in open session. Coupon Book 145 degrees F. 'Gen. 1:26.: 31)). shown Is "Always In My Heart", at Miami with the Navy, has

ROY R. RAULERSON. Clerk Roy R. Raulerson, Postage In preparing the less tender cuts The lesson-sermon also Includesthe starring Kay Francis which will be been transferred to Fort Lauderdale -

Board County Commissioners. for Co Comm. 1000 of meat for cooking, pounding has following passages from the followed by a good short. ,
Okeechobee County Florida. Ruble Bass, Basinger School boxes for this occasion '
been practiced for many years. The Christian Science textbook, "Scl- donating
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Lunch Room 12.50
them as they Mr and Mrs. C. A. Lettner received -
object Is to break down the con- eace and Health with Key to the may bring ,
Upon motion by Commissioner Bessie Alderman Postage nective tissue of the meat and this Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: come to the show. There will be a letter this week from their

Wilson the following offer was ac for 1941 statement .. 60.00 also liberates the meat flavor whichIs "Man's genuine selfehood Is recog- someone at the box office to take i son, Pete Lettner, in which he

cepted by the Board: Bessie Alderman Com. on lost unless flour Is used to take nizable only In what is good and charge of them And ladies, start says that he has arrived in New
Okeechobee, Florida license cell In Oct 1350 models at We I Caledonia with the and Is
up the flavor. Pounding with the true. Man is neither self-made nor arranging your once. army
November 2, 1942 Raulerson Dept. Store, edge of a plate does not have much made by mortals. God created expect many beautiful boxes, so try getting along fine

Mr. C. F. Walker Chairman Supplies Jail 1.49Inter effect, but a mallet which has man" < p.294:25-27):: and make yours the most beautifulor .

Board County Commissioners County Tel. & Tel. blunt, knife-like edges at right angles unique, and win a prize as well Mrs. Dora Humphries is In receiptof

Okeechobee, Florida. Co. Tel. Co. -. & Jail 11.31. ; Is effective -: a* help the War Bond sales Three a letter from her son Bill whois

Genelemen:-I hereby offer the L. L. Conrad, Attend. Co. Is of the best HOLDING THE FRANCHISE prizes will be awarded for the top In the army stationed at Camp

sum of $98.00 for the Gasoline Comm. Oct. .... .... .. .. 11.00 methods Grinding of meat making meat one tender for selling boxes. First prize $5, second Rucker, Ala., in which he says that

storage tank now owned by the Bessie Alderman Postage P. G. Howe, president, Florida $3, and third $2. he is recuperating in the army
then the meat can be cooked quickly. -
County of Okeechobee. I understandthis sent Instead of cash for be made Into Motor Lines, writes that while It To speed up the sales so a second hospital after a severe case' of

tank Is not being used by the taxes . ....... 22.48 the Ground form of meat a loaf can and baked with Is unwise to seek more traffic, he show can be run there will be I I pneumonia.

County and there is no Immediate The Okeechobee News, has to continue his advertising box. At the sound of the gong, 1

prospect of same being used. If Adv. & printing... 272.00Geo ( dry heat. I 1 "primarily In appreclaton of the a time limit set for the sale of each Word reaches us that Sergeant

my offer Is accepted I will make D. Barnard Stationery Larding Is a splendid practice as good wll and cooperation that has sounded by try time keeper, the Permel Hargraves son of Mr. and

Immediate payment for said tank. Co., Record Book .. 34.23 It adds flavor and prevents dryness ..cnslstently been shown us by pub sale of each individual box Is end Mrs. W. B. Hargraves of this city,

Very truly yours R&B, F&F and Ail. To lard small strips of fat lishers ed regardless of what has been bid. has been promoted to the rank of

HARLE WILLIAMS Fund, Transfers 3400.00 salt pork are spaced throughoutthe Ladles bringing boxes are asked to staff sergeant and Is expecting to
piece of beef by means of a Coca-Cola and many other large
write their name on the box plainly be transferred to camp
I users of newspaper space are doing
needle. As the meat cooks,
vouchers were approved W. Conely, Jr.,
The following but not( too large. Each packagewill soon
the same thing; they are playingball
the fat melts through the meat
and ordered paid when funds Sal Juvenile J., Oct $ 15.00 be numbered and corresponding v--
sometimes with the newspapers, but they
Slices of fat pork are
are available: T. W Conely, Jr., numbers drawn from a box to regulate BILL lOSES
are also keeping their service and
the of a piece of
placed on top
GENERAL FUND Docket Fees, Oct 10.00 the selection and place of
lean beef and as It cooks the melt- their product before the public.
C. F. Walker Sal. Co. nty R. Raulerson, Attend each on the program.Mr By Roe Fulkerson
i This war Isn't going to last forever
..... $ 50.00( .. 15,00 ed fat runs. down and through the i '
Comm, Oct. Cir Ct. Oct. | and the consumer quickly forgets. Culbreth states that a person Bill Jones Is dead.
meat. i
R. E. Bass, Sal. Co. L. L. Conrad Cost Bills will about The smart ones want to be remem wishing to buy only .a few Bill Jones had Just graduatedfrom

Carom Oct. ........ . 50-00 Sheriff, Oct. ., . 732,84 Next week we learn bered. stamps to complete a stamp book, agricultural college. He was

J. T. Phelps, Sal I, CI). ROAD Si BRIDGE FUND canning meat or purchase a small bond may do ambitious to put Into action all he
..... .... ... 50.00 Labor 243:73 t 'Vi I Mr. Howe has spent hundreds of
Comm oct. ..... Pay Roll Dlst No. 5, : so during the show Postmaster head learned about conservation of
Ernest Hilliard, Sal Co. Marvin Oodwln, Road Work j Summer business In West Palm thousands of dollars publicizing the Tom Pitts will be on hand with soil, better breeding of cattle rotat-

Comm Oct. ..-... .... 50.00E. Drat No. 5. 7.50 Beadh! was the best In years and I service and schedules of Florida plenty of stamps to handle these ing crops, because his dad's farm

J. Wilson, Sal. Co. Pay Roll Dist No. 5, Labor 25.00 winter visitors already are moving Motor Lines, When he continuesto purchases. Approach him any time was In pretty bad shape. When war

Comm Oct. .. ...... 60.00( Domer Wilson Trip to in, J. O. Bowen, mayor of that spend he realizes he Is but protectlni during the show and buy what you came Bill enlisted In the Army

Roy R. Roulerson, Sal. Clewlston re Co. I city, declared. "I believe the scarcity the money he has already like. These sales will be creditedto Bill went to the Philippines and

Clerk, Oct ...... .. ... .. ... 150.00T. tractor ... .. .... .. .. 10.00 of fuel along, the eastern sea profitably spent In building up this the theatre as well as sales made the little town where he was bij-

W. Conely. Jr.. Sal Pay Roll Dist No. 4, Labor 148.00 board will more than counterbal successful transportation company. from the stage. leted was overrun by a horde of

Co. Judge, Oct ................ 125.00 Knight's Service Sta., Gas ante the transportation difficulties -orlando Sentinel. I Come early and be prepared to Japs. Bill fought as long as he
Sal. & 011 No.4..... .. ... 18.51 as far as Florida' "tourst crop" Is V this
1', W. Conely, Jr., Dlst. have a good time. Let's make could and then, under orders, surrendered -

Co. Atty., Oct, ...... ......... 60.00 Clewlston Motor Co., RepairsCo. concerted, he sated. Judge O. O. Durrance and Rep- I a banner night and run up a new They tied his hands behind

Bessie Alderman, Sal. Tractor ....... ................ 107.32 V resentative W J. Hendry of Okee- high for Okeechobee county In the him and a Jap soldier startedto

Tax Coll.. Oct. ................ 125.00 Georgia Carolina Oil Co., I Oet your heart Into your work, chobee were' here Wednesday work- sales of War Bonds and Stamps.W. rape a white woman. 'Re had

Robert La Martin, Sal Tax Lubricant .................... ..... 138.24 whatever It may be, /or work with- Ing In the Interest of the first constitutional R. Page, Chairman, torn her blouse off wlien Bill

Assessor, October ............ 125.00 Knight's Service Sta., Gas out heart Is dead-Ramsey MacDonald amendment. Glades Okeechobee County War Savings kicked him in the belly, and three

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CI1amr where their machine guns and Itably under Oeneral Dearborn in last who were Inducted and have NINTH .11 UK'HI. f HIM IT OK ',

i grenades had landed near them. the invasion of Canada: been home for the furlough before Tilt lOT \Tt: OK HOKUM IVNI UBEfcry UMEKICKSA .
> KH fI"tt'IIIIt.t: : : COUNTY.
Published Every Friday by the Fully equipped they made for a Flarl 4l'K! I. : ..
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee farm house from which bullets ground when they participated gal- OOVKII.Nort OF TIIK HOLLAND. ) -
Okeechobee County Florida. were spraying like water out of a lantly in the Indian Wars and gave FOR CITY CLERKI OP KLOIIIPA. ,T. M I. LEE: (1OII'Tnol.r.1lt t .
garden hose. battle to pirate craft which infested ( 01'10, ( ,
TTK. .7, .:WIN
BRYANT BOWDEN .............. Editor! Six of those machine gun bullets the waters of the Gulf and Car- TIIBASfUEH, : OF LAI1SOV.HA!) )f
-- --- fairly cut Bill's legs oft, but he lay rlbean. I I wish to announce that I am a ,STATE. T. TOM Vt'ATSOV.MTOKNEV > i

Entered as second class matter I I on his belly In the mud and got I During the war with Mexico the candidate for re-election to the '( UI ,STATE.: GENERAL MiniTI1AN: Or )(

July 1, 1914 at the Post Office In i two Heinle Bill's last words were 'Marines were active in all sectors. office of City Clerk In the city elec- \1.\\ o. COMMISSIONER: OF ( .

Okeechobee Florida, under the "Of all the damn fool luck I" I They were on the Pacific coast under tion to be held on December 1. I Mtuicfi/rritF, OK ,HA IfTF. ) 1hr" t
\ UK and eonstihitinRI \ ( #
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION, 1'hata.. the time you were telling I Sloat Shubilck and Stockton; have served as your City Clerk .t tin'), TursiKrN' OK TUB INrriiNAi. > 0

----- the boys at the poker game that they participated In !the capture of during the past two years and have I. "tI'UO\'I'MFJST': ( .
I I1.9'"li. OF THE STATE OF )1i #
RATE the union racketeers and the mu- j Monterey Yerba Buena, Mazatlan; at all times tried to give the pea i ri-OKIDA. ( .
in advance ..... ...... .
One $200
year making I I'liilnltfln. 1
nition manufacturers were they led the march on Mexico City ple of the city of Okeechobee efficient -
Six months In advance ............ 100 -"s.I .- f
when ,
I fortunes out of this war, we : and the halls of Montezuma which and faithful service and on I1 I'KVtNH: J AM 1
Three months In advance ....... 7S had no business getting Into It In brought their Corps banners the that record I will appreciate the : -M.ITE HEVANE. his ", Ifo. ( j'-

Advertising bills are payable on I the first place inscription now famed In song and vote and support of the voters at I I>'.fell('a.ltalle. \'n. Kit )

the first of each month. Parties Bill Jones Is dead ;! story-"From the Halls of Montezuma the polls on December 1st.ALMA I ,nTIf'}: OFJ \TKH1Klf. #

unknown to publishers required to I Bill was an uneducated clam dig- to the Shores of Tripoli". GROSS. 'xoTirE, and II lir< iiiuinv virtue: of IIVKN tlinl icrtnlnIliuil thmMiuliT

pay In advance. ger on the New England coast but I During !the Civil War Marines V I I""fro lii'ri'lofori' entered In thin fnmlrort mover frtaa
had only "tpnnsr. the uiiii'riilpiii, >il .pi ilnl mister
he knew about boats : gave a good account of themselves
LOST A of twenty-gauge
I III. hptwol'n HIP legal hours of mile WorCNMi'
Reading notices In local columns, one eye and the uniformed ranks i both afloat and ashore. A notable shotgun shells with only a few boxes I on MII Ttli boy of Hwi'mhor. A. I>, ,
10 cents 4 line. Rates for display would not take him. so he shippedon incident at the beginning of the used. Also in the box were two boxes i'i|.>. licforo the s"lhorn front door Said- 1 have b...-. a
( nf the rnnnM nourihouvp nt Okroihoi
advertising furnished on applica- a tanker. His ship was bringing i Civil War period was the capture of twenty-five rifle cartridges. Will i Klorliln iiffor for .nli> soil ..r1In big booder

tion. Classified advertising 2 cents ''I'' oil up the coast when a Oerman pig I of John Brown and suppression of pay a reward for their return I the. lilirlii'Ki inn) hi.lit linlili'r for muhtin. In Of Bond to help MeTUOM
each word per Insertion. All Items boat came up out of the slime and I the uprising and riot at Harper'sFerry Nell Hough. ''iffil' 'fnllnnliiif'and Hliiniti'ilisirllipil'In Okiwholiw|irnrtv' | ('01111' Axi ,.,.-

regarding enterprises conducted for sent a torpedo into the hull amid' by a force of Marines led -0I t v Klorliln : I
profit chargeable at fdvertlslng The freighter burst into by Colonel Robert E. Lee then an From HIP Hmii'oik incnnilnr onr- quick
are i(I ships CARD OF THANKS nor on Ennt llni of Sortlnn ". (An Tm MTin arali
rates. I I, flames and Bill went offer the side officer In the U, S. Army. I TowiiHhlp :3< South, linniii' :3.1. 1'nston ': .
-- Ooitlll' side Mrl.rllilon Tolnt. more than I udet 1")
Into the burning oil. I Wherever trouble raised its ugly of ,
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG I,I 1l1sh to thank the voters run Wont on mill unfit llnniorknii'iiniliT
I I When he came to the surface, a head Marines were called on toI Okeechobee County for reelection line OliO foot to point of
"I pledge allegiance to the Flag : my I Tlionw Ninth 0 doirri'on -
I I machine was practicing on the establish order. During labor riots liiirjninliiir'
of the t'ltlted States of America I as a member of the Board of ID, \\'""., 43.r feet Wont .
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I I bobbing heads. When the bullets In Baltimore and Philadelphia they County Commissioners at the elec- ''III: feet !Month' 0 degrees 10' East
and to the for which It
Republic hit Bill's head, it burst open like a policed the troubled areas. They tion Tuesday for another two year ,nn85: foot In Hnnonrk meander Real glory springs from the
stands: One nation Indivisible (hip, Thomo swath M degrees 00'
with liberty and Justice for all." dropped egg His charred bullet were sent to Korea and China to term. I shall continue to serve the HiiMt. W foot, 1.:nst aJ: :.7 foot tn silent conquest of ourselves; with

riddled body sank beneath the sur- protect American Interests and were people of the county with the same ,point, nf 'lioiclnnliitf. Contiilnlnit 4Min out that the conqueror Is only the
-- 'ri s mire or less. All l.\lnn nnill
face.That leaders in the Formosa, expedition. fairness as I have during the past l,,Inn III Soitlon' n, Towunhlp :3SSmith. first slave.-James Thomson
BILL JONES was the night you were They again raised the Stars and four filing 39 Knit. CoiuilN of
years ?il.i, 11 hnlioo, !State of I'lorliln. I --v--
telling the folks at your party Stripes at Alexandria, Egypt sev
I C. F. WALKR. !Knlil' "prnpertv will hp sold In noniriliiiiro
''Continued from Page One this war Is being run by a lot of enty-seven years after O'Bannonand ---V with the terms, of said flnnlilorrco It Is not so much being exempt

Japs waiting their turn rammed old women In Washington, the his Marines had hoisted them Godliness or Christianity is a Hiilil' flnnl nnil,ilocree.r to satisfy. the term of the from faults, as the having over

their baynots Into Bill's guts I most mismanaged mess you ever first ot Tripoli. human necessity: man cannot live W, TON ELY Spoolnl' .Tr., Mnntor : come them that Is an advantageto
This happened about the time heard of. !I The Spanish American war found without it he has no intelligence us.-Alexander Pope.

you were telling the folks at your Bill Jones Is dead. When God them active on land and sea. They health, hope nor happiness with- --' -
In His infinite kindness meets Bill brilliant service at Guantanamo V
house that It was all darned non- out godliness-Mary Baker Eddy.
Jones at Heaven's gate He Is goingto found in the thickof I
tense to ration sugar because cake and were V
You will! find it less easy to up-
and candy were certainly no diet say "Well done thou good and it at Manila Bay and Santiago Want Is a bitter and a hateful good. .GNASHINGM root faults than to choke them by

for soldiers faithful servant. I|I Since the turn of the century Because its virtues are not under MAXIS gaining virtues.-John Ruskin,
Bill Jones Is dead. What lie Is going to lay to you not a year has passed without see- stood: e

God alone knows Ing Marines on expeditionary ser- Yet things Impossible to V
He was a soda jerker In a small 1, many I 1
Klwanlj Magazine. vice in part of the world.
every '
town and when the bands blared 4 Necessity of action takes
V I; Mexico Cuba, Nicaragua, China Have been by need to full perfection OIDIAf r away
and the
flags fluttered he signedup MM the fear of the act and makes bold
i! Dominican Republic, Haiti all know ----
COMMISSIONERSContinued : : brought.DIJ'den., -
for the COUNTY
Navy. They put him ona resolution the favorite of fortune.
and the United States Ma-
respect V Mother I found dime
torpedo boat. He learned to wear a Quarles..
ills hat on the corner of his head rlnes.I When I hear a young man spoken today
and i from Page One) First to fight In World War I, of as giving promise of high geniusthe --- ---- -- .
to roll when he walked. Then
his boat In & Oil Dist No.5. ...... 7.60 they took over in the face of French first question I ask about himIs I Quick, my darling daughter -
got a scrap down In the
Paige Serv. Sta., Gas & the YOUR TIRES NEEDRECAPPING
where to
retreat refusing abey
South Seas. Bill stood by his gun always "Does he work? Ruskin -

and laughed as he fired it, but a Oil Dist No. 5 5 68 French command to retire Capt. I, Hitler's out on a hickory ORVULCANIZING
J. A. Abney Tires, tubes "Retreat I
shell hit the deck beside Bill.! Whenhe Lloyd Williams shouted V-- I limb, ?
& wheel ... 25.00
tried to pull himself to his feet hell-we Just got here"-and they ', The best teacher one can haveIs Stamp him into the
60 00Morris
Pay Roll. Dist No. 4, Labor
he saw that his right arm was In. stayed necessity,-La None water. -Go to your local Rationing Board
Lofton Driving
But no achievement In all American -
the scuppers five feet away. He and secure a certificate. Then
Truck, Dist No. 3 12.50
history stands out as the glorious will teach man, however -
Necessity a
reached for his gun with his left have your tires recapped by to
Okeechobee Hdw. & Furn.
hand, and then things went black. defense of Wake Island by the slow he be to be w lie.-Euripides. -
2.00 Humphries at Fort Pierce a firm
Co Nails, Dist No.5. Leatherneckswho
little band
The list of the rolled dead .
ship a with
years experience the
Ruble Bass, Oas & oil Dist
: fought a hopeless
sailor Into the V
scuppers where his .. 11.95 best of equipment, and a reputa-
No.2. .
when asked
staggering odds the first
Is always
dismembered arm lay. Its extended Necessity tion for square dealing who un-
thumb touched the tip of his note, Okeechobee Battery & :, what they needed most sent back, stimulus to industry and those who r hesitatingly stands behind every-
Electric Service Repairs
*>o that In death as in life, Bill was the flippant reply: "Send us moreJaps" conduct it with prudence perseverance .V thing they sell.
& parts .... .. 42.35BOI'ee 1
thumbing run nose at the Jap ship''' and energy will rarely A
large stock of ,all sizes rubber
Lumber Co., Lumber \
I Their glorious exploits in the Sol- Smiles
that got him 1 I Dtsts. 1, 2, 3 & 4 .. 332.M.oGJUCl'LTl'R.L omons is an unfinished chapter in fall.- V I now on hand, and *e can usually ."

Thai was just the same day that FUNDC. recap your tires same day they .4
this with'
the history of gallant corps Fill time positive service -
you were raising hell because they A. Fulford Sal. Co. your are received If you have a tire
but it is being written to live for- and good. Do not drift Have
and tor BUY WAR BONDS or tractor tire with a cut break ..
were rationing gasoline, Oct. .. 100.00J. or
Agent exer In the hearts of their countrymen. definite things on hand to do. I
fear you couldn't drive up to the S. Underhill, Recording I Churchill King. AND STAMPS I bring to us for our inspection.

hike to go fishing every weekend Fees. Oct. ... 3000 All honor to the Leathernecks on Henry V j j Chances are we can vulcanize the

this summer you hid four cans ot REFUND INDEMNITY: FUND this their 167th birthday. Newspapers will get the bulk of I!. S. r..*.,.".' Dtfl. tire and make it give satisfactory

gasoline In your garage. General Fund. Transfer $10,000,00 f than million dollars I, service. Don't throw your tire or
--- the more
Bill Jones is dead.Bill's Report of Errors, Insolvenciesand tube away until you have had us
Commission -
SURVEY OF RESERVE: OFFICERS which the Florida Citrus I examine it.
dad had a lot of money Double Assessments was pres- advertise thestate's
and when Bill! wanted hii own ented by Bessie Alderman, Tax Col will spend citrus crop, We carry one of the largest new
Atlanta Nov. 3,-The assistanceof record breaking tire stocks the East coast. Callus
plane dad bought it for him. Bill lector for Revenues for the year 1

was a wild devil driving a car out 1940, and was signed by the Com- former Reserve Officers under officials---V--have announced. when you need a tire quickly.

of all reason and flying a planethe missioners.TOOTATElo. 60 years of age, was asked today by I Large stock tractor tires and tubes. .
of Worn- I
same way and getting drunk headquarters Fourth Service Com- The Florida Federation I Ship your tires to us by truck line

too often. But he was the first man mand, In completing a survey of all ens' Clubs will lead the way in the : If you want to save gasoline and

in his town to respond to the Air such officers now residing In the promotion of a statewide "Healthfor time.

Corps' call for fliers. seven southeastern states. Victory" program directed by One of the largest stocks seat

Bill got into a dog fight\ over the Reserve officers, who are physically State President Mis. Ralph A. covers on East coast Every color
English channel. There were six qualified and who were sep- Smith. v fully bound with beautiful leather,
German planes but with a "Tally arated frpm the service under hon- ---- -- ------ installed free.Complete .

ho! Bill dived into the bunch of RUSSELL KAY orable conditions and are not now From Okeechobee county to Eng- I stock of Prestollte Bat..

t them. He got two before a third in the military service are askedto land is a long Jump, but some of C.iI( U.S.YAR P ? ': DS teries.

one sent a burst of bullets Into his address a post card to "The Com- the boys in that county have with joinedthe the f i HUMPHRIES: TIRE &

back that almost cut him in half, One hundred and sixty seven manding General Fourth Service army and are now RETREAniNO CO..

but he held on to the stick until he years ago, November 10. 1775. to Command Atlanta. Oa. Attention: American forces In England awaiting -
Phone 139 South Dixie Highnapbb -
1 lammed the fourth plane and went be exact the first Corps of United MPB". On this post card officers the "big push : Al.'EAL'Vi.iiTl.'lLi 1 :
who has written I
down with it locked In the flaming States Marines was established by said, the following information is One

embrace of death, resolution of the Continental Con- desired : Name permanent address: he has arrived safely is Corp. Dur- -----. -- .-- .-

Thin happened about the time you giess. I date of separation from commls ward Llghtsey son of Mr. and Mrs..

were bellyaching and feeling abused The first unit, consisting of two lon, and the reason; grade and Bob Lightsey. He was born and has r. '

because of the outrageous treatment baialions under the command of branch at date o! separation from lived in Okeechobee county all of

then you by the tire rationing Major Samuel Nichols, saw action commission and date of birth. his life. : ) From where I sit.
that .
writes back
CommodoreEsek ,, Corp. Lightsey,
board which would not allow you with the expedition -- --

a recaps for your pleasure car Hopkins against New Providence Mrs. Albert Berka spent Sunday he thinks England is a beautiful -. ;. ; -

.. Bill Jones Is dead. In the Bahamas, where, over- afternoon and night at Clewlston country and that "everything is 4 I

Bill! was a boy who had inclinations coming tremendous odds they captured with her husband who Is employed Just fine." He enlisted in the armyin W by Joe Marsh ..

forts and acquired a school, April 1941; and sailed for Eng- ... '
for the ministry but when enemy bv the Riddle McKay flying I ;'1" .. .' I
land last Miami Herald. 1, ... v ..
the call came. Bill laid down his quantity of military stores, Includ- --Cs- July.- tI.o...

Bible and joined the Marine Corps. ing a ;arge amount of powder sore- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth ---- --V- I .
THAN PHIHII- p'-'. f'. .- .-.. (It',
Bill wasn't much fun around the ly needed by the colonial forces. returned home yesterday after liilhlnm'a coming
otr .
blanket where they were shooting As we approach, another birthdayof spending several days in Jack- 'GNASHINGth' kitchen chiiiin..t .. the of local the
raps, and he wasn't so hot at the this crack fighting organization. sonville where Mr. Culbreth wenton and the roof bet on i'ie: benefit of

beer drinking contests in the Jukes, it is proper and fitting that: we review business. tie e, :& found thing pretty h

but he earned his sergeant's stripes some of the outstanding accomplishments ->- } cltin' for a spell .

before they sent his gang ashore In of the outfit that has Mrs Luclle Hauck of Cincinnati AXIS .

one of those new boats which land contributed so muchVo our nation's arrived in Okeechobee Tuesday andis ("' Tho fire was unm :sample, to pay

glorious history.It spending a week here visiting OcDIN thanks to th" pi riani:; needs to
the surf. "
1 hrough !, 1 work of the !.. "
for tanksas
The fist full of fighting fools Is hard to imagine Leather- friends. as the paper

nest and necks garbed in powdered wigs and -o- .
charged a gun
I asked mother for seen a man rn >"
Bill had Just taken careful aim satin breeches but their colonial D. S. Hudson cashier of the my ""r things like

and let go with a hand grenade trappings clothed gallant souls and Citizens Bank of Stuart spent fifty cents Chief E barrasacil.,
when another machine gun caught courageous hearts whose deeds and Tuesday and Wednesday in Okee- To see the Emperor jump ,I that wait I I. '' ..

him. Four bullets hit his head, buta actions in the service of our coun- chobee coming over to go duck the fence, ,mine, hat

Marine has four speeds forward try gave birth to the "esprit decorps" hunting. I bought a stamp and he I ",.111.' 'rv roropany

and no reverse and Bill fell toward retained by the organization -o- saYN. good service _.
the enemy. throughout the years. Mrs. Lucille Hauck and Mrs. Al- jumped like fun ul.nt .

That was the afternoon when In the thick of it at Trenton and bert Berka spent yesterday after- And scorched his pants f. .

you were sitting at the golf club Princeton with General Washington noon In Fort Pierce. on the Rising Sun. Fr."" .' ; ,. ho like

with a highball In your hand, telling were United States Marines. -o- A EilV i ..! a

the other three fellows In your The thundering guns of John Paul J. Edward Johnson, vice presi- ion IM itlif .: i '. t'v.'n.!In

foursome that If Income taxes were Jones' "Ranger" and the "Bon dent of the Atlantic National Bankof l,> ,.,. I.-tr'r n ,

not reduced they were going to Homme Richard" were manned by West Palm Beach, and Henry real l I1 I. .* e ,... .. 't''I the.i t.

kill Initiative In this country Marines. Smith of that city are spendingthis I .. .. r . ; '1 /nU.. I
Our naval war with France (1799- week In Okeechobee huntingand .
Bill Jones Is dead. Mil>. -., a ...,. '.*

Bill was a football player who had 18011 found Marines taking the fishing. lar. I I"!h' < :. -..-

good prospects as professional coachat brunt of the fighting in every en- -0-- and "' It"1. 9Nnf

a good small college Then came !gagement. Then on the shores of Gerald Letherman, Oarrett Swln- bee -. ..1. .' .....* ,,r1..f.. I

Pearl Harbor Bill used some foot- Tripoli under Stephen Decatur. dal and T. J, Raulerson left Tues- (. > "
ball language and headed for townto they conquered the Barbary pirates. day for Camp Blanding after spendIng e .. ,. ,

sign with !the parachute In 1812 the blazing guns of the their fourteen day furloughhere BUY WAR BONDS wI" \ .,/ .
up ,
I. '
to'0" ''' ,
mannedby with their J. H. AM STAMPS ,
all famed "Constitution" were .
did right. >
troops. He i .. .... q.
irA .. .
Ward -
left -
They < Wednesday -
action in an air raid in United States Marines Chalky on I -
Bill got .' ::; .
enemy country. He hit the ground shared In the decisive victory of and Glenn Chandler will leave to- V. ,. Tn-ry 0.,.. .>> "!." ....,.,...... .,., /tV'brga; "

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I| SOTKK I Thought must be made better,
Niillce, I IK hcrchy itlven Ibot the Hi-u-
Iet vii Ihis Hunk. of lh<> Cltv of ukeochoKliiriiln. and human life more fruitful for

and Gold News"FOR : !I".., will he .opened. on thn' the divine energy to move It onward -
Purple I I Hull iluy . 1U-U, and : and
upward Mary Baker
nil ,piTtimi, ilo.lrlni( to vole In the I
IIc"lI'rll t'liy iiectli: to (in hold on I Eddy.
the 1st ilil.v of l)"','rmher, A. I) 1042 I
A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" |, and who hove not ri'uUten'il.; tuny
reuUler III lllH .office of the t'ltv Clerk]
I ill the Cliv Hall In the City of Okepclinliee. -
__ Kluriiln, IM-IUCCII the hours of To relieve
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1942 nIt: > A. M. iiinl A mi I'I I. eiich week COLD
iluy mull nod, InHiKllnir\ : the 201 h, ilnv Misery of
NuwitiliiT: A, ii, JIM' : when mold

STAFF I I but two out of ten 1 j; Jack, Joe and John Neff. REUBEN E. LAMER:/ GETS I I..k chill AI.MilKISS.he cloieil!. ('It y Derk. LIQUID

Editor In Chief..Molly Bowden "Buck" Elledge was held to a :: This goes for all you boys and PROMOTION; : A) BENNING: 'Ity of okiH'i.Imlii'i-. Kluriiln. TABLETS

Assistant Editor......Sllvanus Harden'' n 1 6 6 6
certain extent in the first game but some of you girls too. -- SALVE

Business Manager .... Eva Nelle Hall he took the ball six times beforehe To pass that test, Fort Bennlng. Oa.-Promotion of I'lUX I\M \TION NONE IROI'

Sports Reporter Weldon Draughon was stopped for no gain. you'll have to cheat, Pvt. Reuben E. Lanler son of Mr. \VI1EHK.\S, under and Itv virtue, uf
the protlMlniiR nf the rtuirter of Hit1 (01611 1)1101'sTry
Class Reporter June Cheshire The "Catfish" did not playas After putting a tack and Mrs. M. E. Lanier of Okeecho- Cllnf I Iki'i'chiiliee. KlnH.ln, It In the

Club Reporter Estelle Sanderfur good a ball game as they did In in the teacher's seat. bee Fla., to the rank of Cpl. Techn. 'lull., "1' theIn I ) "r to iirocliilin\ and "Bnb-11y' -Tlnm"-e M omlfrfol

Social Reporters: Harry P. Oreen- their with Fort M H V Mi BMU has been announced his I'hll ii-nenil City nicillmii nt the Liniment,
game Pierce but by com- llnii' and In ihiiniiiiiier, \provided' 1 h)'
berger Phylls CMon.MIscellaneous they are expected to even play I 1 IT WAS A SUCCESS standing officer Lt. Col. H. W. nnil| Cltv <(<'hider,
:-Oil\\() '. 'I'll ':!tem"iImE: I I. II. I HII !.
Reporters and TypIsts better ball this Friday night. The :' McMillan Jr., of the 124th Infantry ,,ti,,"I'non.In)'"r of the Cltv of ok,'"-

: Katheryn Sweatt Bertha boys won't be quite as confident' Again we can say that the Hallowe'en Regiment. ihnliee, Fliirliln, dci hereby I'Hnrr.MM I

Mercer Perllee Hunt Jack Coker, this week as they were last week Carnival was a "howUni"success. The 124th Infantry Regiment Is ril'Y mil UKrl.AKK.KLni'TloN that hv the H duly(IF.NUI.M.nuiill BICYCLESWe

Joe Underhlll Sylvia Snell Marie but they are pretty sure they can You know the 'Hallowe'en part of The Infantry School Service fled. eliM'torg' of I the ('11,. nf Okeechiilii'eI'

Walker Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda beat Carnival Is something that every- Command iirliln, lie holil At Hi" City 111111 In
the boys from. the "Muck- here. The Infantry until ('Ur. ilurliiff the regular: hour of : have a large stock of
Boromel Jean Lee Raulerson Zel- land." body can go to and enjoy themselves School largest of Its kind In tTTe col lug. l" Mil' frniii ....1111 oi'liick .\.

da Johnson; Martha Walker, Flor- There Is not much more to say because they know that every world Is the home of the Infantry M I until? Viiniiiiwn nil Tuemlin. licciinl both the New Victory
l ber 1 1. 1'I' .', ,for the of decline
rie Jordan Alvena Smith, Marlon about the game tonight, but the penny they spend there will Officer Candidate. the folliinlnii "fllnTi ,In Helve im cue i Bicycles and regular mod-

Martin. boys will need some sideline support come right back to them In some Officer candidates are selected fur the two .tciim ht'Klnnlnii on HIP els, Go to your local rationing -
IIrs1Iu6IIny' Ju Jniiunry' A D. 1114,1;
VOICE-m-TIIE; STUDENTS: and it will help a lot if as.. constructive form. Of course, the from the ranks of the privates corporals nuil,' I' ,until lln'lr .HICIM:mourn himlinn: I : board]

many j>eople as can will go to Pa- school is In bad need of athletic and sergeants because of duly plivtoil and l iiuiilllleil : i secure a

Students wouldn't you like to hokee tonight and cheer our boysto equipment as we are every year their superior ability. They must 1 I..' Mayor('II',. Clerk' certificate and we will]] be

have a form victory.: that stuff Just won't last. And we prove their leadership ability and ,! .n\c Cltv 'mini. Iliiicnix glad to fill your needs
high school
govern- |I ; vn VKSS:O wiiKiiroi'' i IIIIMhcriMinUi -
.. do need some books In the must train
-y --- more and study diligently for .
l Mn\or of 11"
ment? It Is our plan to organizea net my hniul 'na
student senate GIRL SCOUTS |: library. In fact we need a number three months at the Infantry School i lt\ uf okii-chiiliec. Klorlilii. nod ALSO BIC1CLE REPAIRING
composed of the of subscriptions and newspaper named the i-iiriiornl meld' or until ctv I PAINTING, LARGE STOCK
magazine before commissions
receiving .
members you elect out of the student I I ,i., h.'teI" nrilxcil.' nod the nme nttinted !
duties The Parrot Troup of the Okee subscriptions. The Carnival second lieutenants and leaders of liy the (City Clerk thus allt dm PARTS
body. The of the
senate chobee Girl Scouts met Tuesday at result will help us to get a few of platoons of SO men. .", Oil, "h'r. A l 1). 1D4V.: I
will be to draw up a constitutionand I'I II. II II Al l'I.DKXON.:
4:00: In these things that we need. Too The School j HUMPHRIESl
make laws for our high school. the Scout Room I Infantry also trains Mayor of the ('Kof.
The meeting was opened by Polly I IIt.s rumored that the P. T. A. enlisted men In radio communications Ikeei'lmlx'i'' I r'lnrliln & RETREADING
These la's111 be enforced by our ATTK1T : AI.MA Ii ltUNN. City Clerk. l I
Gay when Mary Alberta said might help the school get a band and automotive mechanics.
own officers of law and anyone a i"I'll" uf OkeothollPp Hi'fll) COMPANY

who violates them will be tried oya Bible verse and lead In the Lord'sPrayer started oh, how we hope so. It's There are a great many classes for -..--. --.- .. -- Snvtt Hi i \

court composed of members of and the Flag Salute; the a disgrace to O. H. S. to let Paho- officers, Including those for division I South Dixie Highway Phone 138
the student body and will be punished song "America" was sung. kee and LaBelle show us up with officers up to the grade of Brigadier FOR SALE-Bicycle! good as new. 'I

Think It over students and The roll was called by Susan and their bands.I General Inquire at The Fair Store. Ft. PieceYou'll

let us know how you feel about a she read the minutes of the last guess you know by now that we The 124th Infantry and two oth- - -

high school government. meeting. I:i think the carnival was a "beslest"success er regiments are used for demonstration -

__. ---.. \r. .. ._.___-- We decided we would have a fortune 'I If it did work a few of us purposes giving the students .

RECREATIONWell : telling booth for the carnivalso "kids" and some of the "teachers" an opportunity to see In actual -

we planned for It. i I pretty hard. Right here and now, operation the different military

Ernestine Hunt taught us a game 1 we want to say "Thank You" to techniques taught In classrooms and
I guess the people of this
then the meeting was adjourned. every person who cooperated In anyway written manuals.
town are getting tired of all the
Those present were: Susan Hancock if you didn't spend a penny ---V-- --

ANT. Carol Hancock Jo Ann Ber- 1 and loaned Us something, if it was
Nothing Is denied to well directed -
ka Polly Just moral support we again say
would like to have a place to flx Gay Greenberger, Ernest- labor; nothing is to be obtained
Ing Hunt Wanda Nix "Thank You".
up for a recreation center for the without It.-Sir Joshua Reynolds.
Moore, Mary Alberta Lauthan, Some of the statistical reportsare -
young people of this town. If any- v .
-- --- ---- -
Mary Howell Molly Boettger, and : Number one the P. T. A.
\tone has formation as to
any Miss Finger. cleared approximately $160.00. The WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
what we can do please let us I TUESDAY
Mary Howell Reporter I Coronation cleared $61.15 and the MONDAY

know. When recreation Is men- -_ --_ -VCIIXPEL -.---- I amateur hour took in apPI'oxlmatelyI Q ._
tioned most people think of danc-
PROGRAM: 3000. I don't know what the cafeteria -
ing well in that case you are cafeteria
I report is but the

wrong. Last Thursday the chapel and Individual homeroom booth
They have taken the Woman's ,
gram was under the direction of took in the balance.Of .
Club for the Red Cross work but ';
interested in 1
Miss Bailey and her tenth grade course you're
we don't mind If It will help lick ) be helping everybody If you avoid
section. A quiz Just how the King and Queen can-
was given
Hitler and the Japs. However we candi- week-end tripe whenever possible That's
didates lined : The Queen
and was conducted follows up
as : Two
think that we should have a place the time when travel facilities are most
representatives from each home dates resulted in the following order -
crowded-the time when
only many war
where could and
we go games
room were elected to take part in : Juanell Pearce. Ada Jane Ca- worker and men on furlough can go.
and have parties What is the use
the program The seventh grade son Betty Jane Whidden Perilee

of building up the soldiers' morals ran against the eighth ninth a- Hunt Oris Conrad, and Idell Tom' T. NIX, Agent' -
if you are going to let the young wor
gainst the tenth and the eleventh llnson. The King candidates re- the .'tamlarJ Oil Service Station
people who will be the soldiers of IIGa
against the twelfth Milted in the following order: Tiny Phone lOG

.. tomorrow, grow up without any Donald: Sellers from the eighth, Wad'ord, Bill, Williams, Porky

--4 Idea ot wholesome entertainment. won the first prize of one dollarin Draughton, Al Raulerson, Frank Dr.Seuss i'1 I ih PID
Please won't somebody In this town W
and Stewart
Defense Stamps. Small prizes Kelly Doyle ,vY
wake and help a little bit I
Most up of do not realize whatIt of attractive pins were given to Yil12SA'.I aS i. ;..D5 &STA jPS
the second third and fourth places.DOPEY .

would mean to a youth's attitude ------V. ", -
life to have some whole- I
toward Gilbert Theatre
DOIN'SBy _. .
some entertainment planned for I -- ---- -

him. We are appealing to this I. Reely DoolltUe I OKEECHOBEE

find some place.If .
town to help us
Not much news has been turnedIn
It's a vacant room or building THESE NEW
to this column. Surely some of GE"
He could use It. We will be willing FnIDAYTrTI'AY
you must know some good gossip. .

to fix it up. This Is a warning, moreor Come on, loosen up, and tell me a Nov 6-7

less. If you'd Just listen to a little of it. I 1 Double Feature GOLDEN KEVSPECIALS q
In this town
group of young people TFmay be Interesting to all .
get together and talk you'd realize BARRY .
Janunell. DON
my readers especially
how much a recreation room of "Porka" was out riding with Oveda IIII '
some kind Is needed. Often when .2 r :
or was it Donna Sunday. 1 MISSOURI OUTLAW
left their own
people are on
young Cecil Harden took Miss Betty Joe '
to do it's not always ,
to find something '
Tucker to the show Sunday. Isn't KAY HARRIS DEC.
best for them If this EXPIRES 31
the ,
OffER 1942
Is interested enough to that right. Cecil? In THIS SPECIAL ,
community Who did J, P. Brooks take out ,
for us to have our THE TOILER -
find a place TILLIE
while he was here on leave? Lillian\
socials, the Theta Beta Club under ,
Kathryn or perhaps It was someone
the sponsorship:: of Miss Finger, will new this time. Maybe Ester. I I Also Stooge Comedy JUMBO k,

take the responsibility; of keepingIt Mary Virginia Is said to have e e eI MIXING BOWL ,
of It.
the organization
up, fallen for Bill Hendry because he
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Is so big and handsome. I Sturdy.Durable.Attractive pottery ov ; +

IT AIN'T: FAIR "Cowboy" Joe Howell has been Nov 8.9 enware.light-weight easy(a handle

here an awful long time not to JINX FALKINBURG and Outside highly gloied-with a dillinclive "tA/
Thursday afternoon one all-over detign. Big enough
Every have girl friend. I'll bet he's KAY HARRISIn
far ,
Colorful and
class of the O. H. S. Student Body a big family. neat'a
got his eyes on one though.We're it model an Ideal salad bowl, foe
puts on a Chapel program usingIts
disappointed In the rom
own talent, and other talent In LUCKY LEGS
ance between "Jlggs" Stewart and 25 "
the student body. We feel sure that COUPONS i.
Birdie Mae Strickland. What's the
the faculty enjoys these programsas Also: Seeing Is Believing
matter. "Jiggs"? 101 :'
much as the students. So turnabout
It's old news that Joe Underhlll
is fair play. It doesn't take
. M likes Mollie Boettger but did you "
much time to work up one of these Coming:
know about his affair with Virgnla
programs. And the question comesto
"Why doesn't the faculty Parkerson. II ;MILS :MINIVER I
us I
What's Johnny Jenkns got that
give a chapel program?" It has none of the rest of them have. He's I GONE WITH THE WIND 1
been done In many schools and
snatched Marie Weekly out from
often becomes a high light of the I } l
under everyone else's nose. i ,
school year. We are suggesting that Just guess who escorted Kathryn Don't Forget the
the s:hool student body ask the lj I
Sweatt to the carnival. It was SHOW
faculty to give at lea. t one Chapel Gene "Romeo" Fulford.HALLOWE'EN FREE li j

program a semester. PARTY: Last Armistice Day, Nov. 11 i

How about it, teachers? It has I
been done very effectively come on Thursday night Maron Martin was GET IN: THE SCRAPBring COMBINE COUPONS '
host at a Hallowe'en party at his ,
and give us a break. Boxes for the '
the usual
.. home. They played games FROM THESEPRODUCTS
--v -- PARTY
and all went for an airplane ride BOX

CATFISH TO MEET at the expense of the host. Those I PIE PLATE
present were: Perllle Kathryn, NOTICE MTLICATION FOR 19" Attractive 11 -

Sylvia, Aletha. Phyllis Juanita, TAX DEED genuine tape hire blue ovengleu. and ether ( j j
Clear, meat piet f"
Draughon 19.14Nolle
By Porky Jaunell Zelda Jean Lee Betty M,f, Lawi: of Ideal, toe, lor baking .
; given that Tom I detign. tervlco.jJO THHOIlpOGij \
"Chobee 1 In liiTfliy fixable
of rest the S4\t !
After a week "Tiny", "Perky", Bobby "Buck", IIxon holder ot Tax (ATtlllnite No L avert dknet. Nice !1.i!:.::! 1 f'

Catfish" started practicing this Gilbert Sylvanus Simeon, and D. acM' >7, IHIUUM, the !ar.IIIY\ of Xi>|itruiliir.. AND Si :;. 0-? !I fCA611r
with the him filed Hume/ In lilY of COUPONS >t',
week lor a return game A. I) 111\ ;' oua .
L. All of them had an enjoyabletime Ice, Asa made appllratlon for a Tux ; ?i
Belle Glade "Golden Rams" to be Deed til lie 'luiueil thereon. Said Cer J

played on the Panok e High foot' tlflnt embrace the following doorlhi'cl -;..=..'.. .L.tJrt! -
Coach has I'll bet the horseback riders were property In the County of ;: ) ... (
ball field Friday night. Okewhnhoe. Stets of Florida, to-wit: ;; '
cute Wednesday night Ehl I Bobby .
this Block Wright Available at '
made a number of changes Lot 1, :J and .1.
have been and "Pat"IFrank I At Bin, ttiibillvUlon. -
week, and the boys of .ald! property oniler -
escorted fair Mil The Park Co.
this Kelly la the Drug ohoSOFTASILK
working hard, and I'm sure tnlil Certlflcar limed was
dred Morgan to the Hallowe'encarnival
Inter- of
more name
game should prove even I'nlpni i"M\ Certificate shell be re- S. Park Street CAKE FLOUROKEECIIOBEE
esting than the one played herewith rteemiMl upcorrilnc to law property do-

Belle Glade. If this game 4s Guess Phyllis was happy last errthed therein shall be sold to dooron theblghn.t CHEERIOATS e e KIX
the Courthouse
not played In the rain I'm sure weekend when Connie was home. the lint hitter Monday at In the month of ,. BISQUICK WHEATIES

you will see more passing and better Clyde even missed the carnivalto Dee,-Iuher. III4J. which U the 7th dny,

: playing by both teams. Re- go to Leesburg. What's Lees- uf Dwemlicr.thli 1942.Dated 104: '''' -- -

member the "Catfish" threw a lot burg got that 'Chobee hasn't? ROY RAUI.iEnSONPr'of THESE GIFT SHOP SPECIALS NOT SUPPLIED BY MAILfRIDAY.

of passes In the first game, In spiteof Perllee was having a nice time Clerk Okeechobet Circuit County Court, Florid

the wet ball, and they didn't miss, Sunday afternoon In' the park with (Circuit( Court Seal)

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HONOR ROLL OF I Private J. Murl Dalgneau, son of Private William R Vanbrunt, Private Jack Paige, son of Mr Private Phillip Simmons, son of ,I I I Legal Advertisements
Mr. and Mrs F. E Dalgneau of Coast Artillery, stationed at Miami and Mrs. S, C Paige of Okeechobee, I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simmons of Ft.

Basslnger stationed with Medical I Beach, Florida Entered Army In stationed with the United States Drum, stationed with the United

MEN' IN SERVICE Detachment at Fort Benning Ga. July 1941 Army in Australia. Entered service States Army at Camp Livingston I Hurlilii>OT ('.K'liilliihnnwo Hi'tolier II 11112
Entered service in March 1941. in December 1941. Louisiana Entered the army in :\11'1'11': In InTi'ln 111\'", Hun the;
Plvate Wllford xtiitiHmiril or 1'III'ntlllll: or the :oitili' '
Sloan Mr.
son of July I
I of ."
I "rld'i111' oiTer for mile null n
EDITOR'S NOTE.-We are very Corporal Watson D'Agostlna, son and Mrs Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee Private First Class Lawrence liilvi' ioliipi-lltl\e lildx nt 'liilliihiimieH
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D'Agostlna of with Communication Wilson of i''lurlllnnvrmhnr 10), 111":!, m Ii
anxious to have the name and address Regiment Olin Godwin, brother of Oliver Corporal Jessie D son iiMmk noon' fur the follow INK .li
of each boy from Okeechobee Okeechobee in United States Armyat United States Army Air Corps, Orlando Godwin Mrs. H T Scott Mrs I Mr and Mrs E J, Wilson of Okee-I mrllioil liinil III OIOI''IIIIIII.t: : : : I'oulh,, .

County who Is In the service of his Camp Stewart Ga. Entered Florida Entered service In Hulon Walker Mrs Vernon Light- chobee, stationed at Moore Field, PI.rl.l All' : Ki'itlon in, Township "ITSouth
country In order that this list may service In June 1942 February 1942 sey and Tom Godwin of Okeechobee ( Mission, Texas. Entered service in hang 'HI: Hunt: lolitiiliilni.
with 1 1942Sergeant nil) m'ra In I Ilk..'.hohro ComiFlurlilii \
be complete, If you have not already field Artillery at Fort February '.' '
turned In the names of all Private Paul D'Agostina, son of Quentin R Sellers son of Mr Sill Oklahoma Entered service in 1 I 'I'111. nntli-p la |1".1111.11,1' |In ninipllnme
'of your relatives who are In the Mr and Mrs Joe D'Agostlna of :, and Mrs. E O Sellers of Okeechobee June, 1941. I Julian Morrison, son of with Htaiiitoa Si-rtloim) 27tos and 27iioflrlnnln

Army, Navy or Marines, please do Okeechobee. in United States Army with Army Air Force stationedat 0 I Mrs. W. H Russell of Okeechobee, 'I'liiKlillp, Hmiril 11)41 of F"I'lI'lIlIu"' r,

so at once so that our list will be at Camp Picket, Va. Entered Ser I Kessler Field Miss Entered Lloyd C Lightsey, son of Mr. and I stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. He HIHIK. tinrlifht to rpjoct any and ellI
complete vice in June 1942 I service In July 1942 Mrs. Van Lightsey of Okeechobee, enlisted in the United States Armyin I, 1\\ order nf the Slate' Hoard of nil'
__ stationed at Norfolk, Va., with the the summer of 1940 in.at loll.
I nn>miui! L. HOI.LAND,
Sergeant Lawrence Arrington, Private First Class George Reich- R, L. Sanderfur. 3r, son of Mrs United States Navy In the Signal i"I Governor
son of C. C. Arrington of Okeecho ert, son of Henry H. Reichert of Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee Corps. Entered the Navy in April Albert Smith U. S. S. Kclauea Mtoat : ('fll.I S FNr.IlSlI
bee, In the Infantry with the United Okeechobee stationed with the Infantry stationed at the Naval Air Stationat 1942.'S. I somewhere on the Atlantic Son of I Silorllitendi| of I'ulillc__Inwtrii__ _i i i III

States Army stationed at Fort I at Fort Benning Georgia. Opaloka, Fla. Enlisted In the Mr and Mrs Ashberry Smith of { OHDHI Kill n HI.|(' \TION
Jackson, S C Enlisted In Army In Entered the Army in March 1941. United States Navy In December Private Merrill Hardy, nephew of Okeechobee. Enlisted in the Navy In ('''"'I''r Owen BliNk In :
January 1941.Coiporal 1840. Mrs. Chas Hardy of East Okee April 16, 1942. It up\'I"'lIrllllII"( xunrn, hill of ''III i
I llle.l In thl Court when Ihnl4,2ilo
Staff Sergeant Robert E. Mc- chobee In United States Army, entered Diukln I. eoinpliiliiiint, null,,
K R. Anderson, son Laughlin Jr, son of Mrs R E Apprentice Seaman Howard ser lce in February 1942 Fred Smith, In Service School at iiiiilor Ilw,'? (Hiskin, ,, whom I IIii',
known' ,iiililrim 11'11. Norfolk ',nIIb ,, I
of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove I McLaughlin of Okeechobee, stationed I Ii Drawdy, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Norfolk, Virginia. Son of Mr. and Npliul. l'ul'IN'"onlll.'Irtrlnl"' .Mdi
Beach, Motor Transport Division with Medical Detachment Letterman I. Drawdy of Okeechobee Naval Vernon M King son of Mr and Mrs. Ashberry Smith of Okeechobee. ,I t niliint nml, nlio\e' the nlot ,Iwu,,ton 't\

1 United States Marines, stationed i Hospital, San Francisco, Training School, Chicago, Ill Entered Mrs W. J King of East Okeechobee -I Entered service April 16, 1942. I I'M' pal Mild, "ta.non It In roihlptit Ihi'ri'fon ili'feniliint' ordereil I'u t IhI !,i iI ,'

at 'Georgetown, British Oulena. California Entered the United service In May 1942. In Gun Crew aboard ship In IIII t I"" (i I"MII Uiixkln I ? and ho la h'r.1 l lr
States I ",|'iili.d, 1.1 nppem to I the Itlll of i'"11II" ,
Enlisted In the Marine Corps Inj I Army In February 1941 the United States Navy Entered j II Private Pete Leitner, somewhere i ilm Illi'd In sold, inline on 01 r l?.
September 1937, I Sergeant Oscar B McKee, son of service In March 1942 I overseas with Infantry. Son of J I Hie hill HIM In Dei'einlier litmild .
I Corporal Earl W. Raiford son of Mrs H C Long of Okeechobee Mr and Mrs. C. A Leitner of Okee-i I!Ille, l h1)) 10.11111".lIIh.r 7tlothirnlHo ,
HIP 1I1I"trllll" of ,,
mild I Dill
Boatswain's Mate First Class Rex: Mrs Susie Raiford of this city, I with the Engineers Shore Regiment Sergeant Major Douglas Casselsof > chpbee. Entered service January ulll In liiki-n u* i onl'i.>iieil,. hIt .\ .", I
Anderson, son of Mrs Lizzie Anderson stationed with the United States somewhere in Great Brltlan He Okeechobee stationed with 1 I' 9, 1942. ,1'deulhnd' '
In further 'rdrn'd" t Hint this .,., "!1. rIP
of Frostproof, and brotherof AI...> Air Cops at Dale Mabry entered the service in September Headquarters Squadron 11th Re- I I 1"hlo'.1, : ', 0t'a un'k for t tn I'I
Alva Anderson of Upthegrove -field Tallahassee\ Fla. Enlisted\ 1940 placement Depot of General MacArthur's Sergeant Huey Glenn Watford, nueMlthe week* In the Okeuli?i iVi "

Beach stationed with the United December 1341Raymond;) forces in Australia. Entered I radio operator at Fort Bragg North I ,'nss'" ii mill noupn
States Navy at Key West, Florida. Alton R. McMullen son of Mr the Army in December 1941 Carolina Son of Mr and Mrs. W '; Ihli 4th; 'br'0f NOII"?mi,

Entered service In May 1942. CllaI'll' Harden, son of and Mrs I. N. McMullen of Okee- 0 | T. Watford( Enlisted October 29 In'2.' WtII ".IRRMON:
"IP late Jesse F Harden of Okee- phobee, Chief Radio Operator with Corporal Albion F Harden son i 1940 rippk i In-nll Court

Marvin Ervin Arrants, son of ,hobee, In the United States Navy the United States Navy at Pensa- of Mr. and Mrs C. D Harden of I .IHt B%. Moihronlii| I'onne,. P illlo'iillohnc

Mr and Mrs C. W. Arrants of 'board the U. S. S O'Bannon He cola. He entered the Navy in July Okeechobee, with the Marines i Private First Class Herman K.i ----i

West Palm Beach but former residents altered the service in October 1930 aboard the U. S, Battleship WyomIng -''I i ,Watford, radio operator at Fort 'nrI/F1

of Okeechobee stationed with 1941 somewhere in the Atlantic I Benning, Georgia Son of Mr and "r, 'wher 1. 1042Ni'TICK C1olllilKl itv

the United States Navy at Newport I 1' Elburn Platt, son of Mr and Mrs Entered service in June 1940. | Mrs W. T Watford Enlisted ,, : !II "fIIERfII'JlN: Ik. ,
j Of' iniiint" to M-iiliui II| lOt flinntvr 1-.'III i
R I. I ISergeant Private C. E Kllpatrick, son J. C Platt of this city, aboard the October 29, 1940 I v'. of rinrldnrtii of 1UnT. knK ," ""
f o 1-e late Mr and Mrs. D. B. Kll- U S. S Rosevllle somewhere on the I II tin,' "I'RI'IIf'T.. the tollnon, _
.' M,'rllii'l' turn. In Okoei.holiee ,
fi i / Jlmmle Belk son of |i patrick of Bassinger, stationed with Pacific Private James B Smith, son of t 1 Sergeant John H Walker, son I l'lm Hihl. nil ,hi' offerod'/ for ";,il,.
Mrs. Delma Belk of Okeechobee, he Paracthute Infantry at Fort Mr and Mrs. S Smith of Oeecho- of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Walker, ",,,1616' ""tirfur the hlKhenl cull' I -
Bran, N C Entered service In Enoch Walker and bee with United States Marines at''Jr., mechanic In r ,mil hill>l Kllhjei I to tho rlllht ofI "Ili,
In Artillery at Seattle, Wash Entered son of Mr. ground crew '1"I III-IHN" if 'tin Inti'rniil lutprnI,i ii
service In December 1941. j I January 1942.Thllmoie Mrs Hulon Walker of Okeechobee, Paris Island, S. C., in Medical 11 Iin the United States Army Air i 'nu,1. ,1 to reiit| iinnml' I nil Md.

| now serving with the Submarine Corps Entered service In March, ': Corps stationed somewhere in Australia lillli tin l dm'oiirt of Hollar lieiemlier, tit' 10, 1H4J.t. ,M KII. "on run""',,

Corporal Ray Bass, son of Mrs Sloan son of Mr. and Forces somewhere In the Pacific.He 1942 I Enlisted in Army in October f.r mad, right of nnJIN. ) art oI, ,
Angle Bass of Okeechobee. In Coast Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee enlisted in the United States 1940 ulll hi rmir\eil. from airy l 1',11". .'
lliniiiKhvlilih there In 'alto
Artillery stationed at Camp Davis, with the United States Navy at Navy in May 1937. Corporal Robert Durwood Llght I ::011,1 llnail, an
N. C Enlisted in the service in I' Norfolk Va., Entered service In sey son of Mr. and Mrs R. T. I Monroe Rogers, son of Mr and l.iitu, 4 null. Hl.uk, 1. I'eni, .
'I'll ill l. Mm\ 'd flirt' of SWI, "
1942. April 1942, Private Woodrow Walker, Lightsey of Okeechobee, with the> Mrs J. R Okeechobee ,..
January ;: youngest i Rogers of MV'( nf l 14 -. iT 'p'. IT !IL!
i I,, son of Mr and Mrs J, H: Army Tank Division somewhere InOl'eat I stationed with the United States :I'I
I .i,t. II! i.i. !'l I Im II mid V.1 Mil
Vernon L Burke son of Mr. and Private Cecil Johnson, foremen of Walker, Sr" of Okeechobee, now Brltlan Entered service 1 in j Army In Texas. Entered service In .1 \\Htfln \ Iliio, HiilidhUliMi
Mrs J. W. Burke of Okeechobee, Parker Brothers ranch before entering serving at the Induction Station at April 1941. July 1942 'I'111'sTEEg: i IK THE IXTFUN I IDII'IIII'I.lt'f

Seaman Second Class at Naval Air ;i service, with Tech School Camp Blanding, Starke, Fla Entered ILieut. STATE: OK I.TS"Kioninx or 'I i in

Station, Jacksonville Entered service Squadron at Lowry Field, Colo the United States Army In Wilda Lightsey, daughterof I Private Henry Prescott son of 'lit itiiu I IL.tl'LIRSuN..l.' ,
Entered service in Mr. and Mrs. Monroe 1'r".t'M I I'I I ,1'iiiid ('k.., i hiContd l,
in summer of 1941. May 1942. May 1942 Llghtsey Mrs, Martha Prescott of Basslnger ', Flrldll I I .
> I I'IN
I formerly of this city but now residents : stationed with Infantry at Fort -

Matthew Leroy Bass, colored, son Private Theodore Sloan son of Private Robert C. White, son of of Lakeland United States 11, I Sill Oklahoma. Entered service in mi; I--; ; ; toiiir nl'i rut:

of Leroy Bass and wife of Okee Mr and Mrs Bethel Sloan of Mr. and Mrs M E White of Okee Army nurse stationed in Australia.. April 1942, I' NINTH .11 I'M IM. (I Millie tlKHIN lit':
riOI'lllIN \M> nil -
t chobee with the United States I! Okeechobee( with the United StatesI chobee stationed with the United .1' 0 I c "I'"t': ffll T'

Army In Australia. He entered the I Army Air Corps at Denver Colorado States Army in California He Private Curtis R Johnson son of t Andrew J Potter son of W E. I IMN' HNO.. : A'i.
i .IOIIS1'11I'1'11. : n. )
Army in May 1941. 'I Entered service In October entered the Army In March 1942. Mrs. Nancy J. Johnson of Okeecho- I' Potter of Okeechobee aboard the I I'lnllillTIII )Irs
1 I 1941 bee, stationed with the Army at i U S Battleship Washington Enlisted '
I'I \\' OIl' UlllT I r'IT: I IIII
Wayne O Burke, son of Mr. and I John Reichert, son of Henry H. Camp Gordon Georgia. Entered I ; in November 1941. I fi-nilmit I
Mrs J. W. Burke of Okeechobee Private Virgil Sutton son of Mrs Reichert of Okeechobee. stationed service in June 1941. I I ()Kn4I1: TO trPt: \KI
TIm I TMi: I'P' t'I.IIIIIP.0,
Apprentice Seaman in the United Claudio Sutton of Okeechobee, stationed with the Coast Guard in Maryland. 1: Lawrence Sellers, son of Mr and MIMOW' 1l'IIITSETT,
States Navy at Norfolk, Virginia. with the United States Army Entered the service In June 1942. Private William R Johnson son Mrs. E. G Sellers of Okeechobee 1 Ull Vh Stroet' N F.,

Entered service in May 1942 somewhere In the Pacific. He enlisted of Mrs. Nancy J. Johnson of Okee I aboard the U S, S Arkansas. Entered .\.lIINTA I ir I !1:01: ,"I.KOIK.IX 1'11t.HIInT.IItIl'; 110""Il t tMIII

in the Army In March 1941, '' Staff Sergeant Jake Reichert, son chobee, located with the Army at service in June 1941. urn "'IIIIr'I"| I appear ?,n,
1 I',I'liilii-r 71 h. VI4J: hi.fore the al,"
I Fort McClelland Alabama
Ward of Enter-
Captain Baggott, son of Henry H. Reichert of Okeechobee I' I uitlilid, (',,"rt to the Hill of Cmphilnl ,
Mr and Mrs F. H. Baggott of Private John Beacham Raulerson stationed with the United ed service in July 1942. If f Private Ernest E Raiford son of for ilhnne sled horpln aifntiv"'

Panama City Florida but former son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. States Marines somewhere In the Mrs Susie Ratford of this city Inn he, liki'iiholii'i In the nhiivo N'i entitled us la herein eaumHI,,1-I IIcimted ., ''

residents of Okeephobee, In Army Raulerson of Okeechobee with Pacific Entered the service in Corporal Wilbur Lanier, son of stationed with the 14th Repair na the mwapapor, In whitht ''
Air Corps Entered service In summer Army Parachute Division stationedat 1931. I Mr. and Mrs Ira Lanier of East Squadron, United States Army ., < 11nli shall ho published 't'
I .nil I week for four conaoimlvp w nl.Oih h.
of 1940. Fort Benning Ga. Entered serI I Okeechobee In Armored Force Air Corps, Duncan Field, San Antonio <.rwl." the Mil of Complaint nil,I II"
vice In January 1942. i First Class Machinist Eugene M. Tank Division stationed at Fort j Texas Enlisted December I t".1 en, in iimfmaod hv von.
and em'in '
Private First Class Earl Bond, Hall son of Mr and Mrs. Reese Knox, Kentucky. Enlisted in June, |11941. ,..i> this t'n' "ill dnnf, NoMinl''' '
con of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond of Private First Class Elliott Lot. Upthegrove of Utopia stationed 1941. 0 Ito.

Okeechobee, in Field Artillery now I son of Mr. and Mrs E. H Lott of with the United States Coast Guardat 0 I Private Elzle Godwin son of W'I I llnl II Clerk II.lI'IIsURo'of I ":the Ahovp. l'oll'1

on maneuvers In South Carolina St. Augustine, In Coast Artillery Mobile, Alabama. Entered the Private Clarence Lanier, son of E. Godwin of Upthegrove ,i M.r Hophronla Venue, li. I IClrnilt I'.
Entered service in August 1940. Somewhere In the Atlantic war'' service in September 1939. Mr. and Mrs Ira Lanier of East with the Infantry Beach'l () Court Sialnlili )
.\ > It llnrrlH.Atlurnpy .
zone. Entered service in October Okeechobee( now In General Hospital i Camp Plckett Va Entered ser- j for I'lnliilliT.'/ 20) lNOTK '

J. P. Brooks, grandson of Mr. 1941. i Staff Sergeant Ralph Ming, son Charleston, South Carolina. vice In June 1942 -- -

andMrs J, F. Bond of Okeechobee S of Mrs Ida Ming of Okeechobee 0 I Coiniilliiin-i1 with\ Flii Ilm rinirtor mil

In the U. S. Navy at Norfolk, Va. Private James Clark Hancock, in stationed at Camp Croft Spartens- Private James Johnson colored Private Julian Hodges, son of urilliiiitii'" of tin City lOt (IkiiK.holiiriirldn ..

Entered service In July 1942. I| United States Army Air Corps at berg S C He entered the Army son of Sam Johnson and wife of Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Indian- j l llii'ei'hoiiei'. tin: CIM. havo Coiinill primed, nf the sold follow CH'nt \
i Keebler Field, Miss Entered service July 1940 with United States ,,
| Okeechobee Army Military town Army Engin-I 1 Inu n'line from the Ki'idatratlun Knot I If
Candidate Henry T. Bass son of In July 1942. : Police stationed at Edgewood Md. eers Fort Belvolr, Va, ? ants ('inllirltton,

Mr and Mrs H T. Bass of Okee- I I I i Private Robert Ming son of Mrs. Entered Army in April 1942. vice in April 1942 .\ l.olliupUllilt'

chobee, stationed with the officers I Hospital Apprentice First Class Ida Ming of Okeechobee, now stationed S II T. II.

training school at Fort Benning, Marvin L. Wilson son of Mr. and with the Infantry In Los Private First Class Claude V Sergeant Carl Stello, son of Mr. lllhhi, MM I J. UCrorlor. .

Georgia. Entered army in April I Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee. '1 Angeles, California( He entered the Gardner, son of Mrs Z. E. Harmonof and Mrs K E. Stello of Okeecho Onrnlllil

1942. Medical Corps, United States Naval Army in February 1942. Okeeehobee In United States bee. United States Army Air Corps. | ('rosi,)', Mare u.Crouch. .
I Air Station Jacksonville Fla Entered Army Medical Corps at Fort Ben- Geiger Field Spokane, Wash. Enlisted | 11, J.

Fred Borome, son of Mr. and the Navy in June 1941 Jimmie Finger son of Mr and ning Georgia. Entered service in in Army in January 1942 I'like T, It.
Mrs. R Borome Sound e e Mrs. G c Itnkt. rMdii
Operator Finger of Fort Myers, March 1941. I
I I I6'Luu'h, I'uhrllgela'Loarb
Third Class. Now stationed at Private First Class Howard Ren- but former residents of Okeechobee. I H H. (Sparky) Osteen, son of I C, I,,

Brooklyn,? New York, on a new nls Padgett eon of Mr. and Mrs.B Stationed with United States Navyat Private Rodothy Howard, colored, I Mr. and Mrs, H H. Osteen now of I Klklu.lil..
minesweeper and sub chaser. Enlisted K. Padgett of Okeechobee stationed Norfolk, Va. son of Bell Collier of Okeechobee, Fort Pierce but former residents of

in tha Navy In May 1943. with the Signal Corps of In Army stationed at Shwachnea Okeechobee, with the United States t'h'II'h.'p.ra

the United States Army at Key Private First Class R. B Jerrell, Ariz Entered service In May 1942 j Air Corps, Foster Field. Texas. Entered Gory, Sue ,
Private James W. Conerly, son of Field, Menldlan, Miss. Entered son of Mrs T M Jerrell of Okee S i service in August 1941 (JiiHti'r, Mra, I.olliin I S,

Mrs. J, W. Conerly Miami, former. service In January 1943.e I chobee, stationed with pursuit Sergeant Billie Stratton, son of I' Hit-ward, Ruth
ly of Okeechobee( stationed with e c Group at Murac Bombing Field at Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stratton of Uto- C, A Mathews grandson of Mr. llolnipa, L.' W.I ,
I I 110111.. IriulliiHoward
the United States Army In Iceland Granville N. Wilson son of Mr. ': Murac California Entered servicein pla, with United States Army in I and Mrs. J F. Bond of Okeechobee Roy H.
He entered service In August 1941. and Mrs. E. J Wilson of February 1942. India. Entered service in October in the U. S. Navy Entered service HowardIJIIe

bee, Seaman second class OkeeCho.l 1941. I in July 1941 Illiks llauaun, Minnie C. W.
Private First Class LeRoy( Chand States Navy aboard U. S Private Rufus O Jerrell, son of llnrlon, triinwa McDonald

ler son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Carolina Entered service In Dec I Mrs. T M. Jerrell of Okeechobee Monroe Hobbs son of Mr and I Private Herman Henry Holllday Johnnon, J, R

Chandler of Basslnger stationed ember 1941. with Field Artillery at Camp Chaf- Mrs A. J. Hobbs of Okeechobee, colored, United States Army Hospital
with the Medical Corps at Camp I III I fee Arkansas. Entered service in stationed with the Coast Artilleryon I Corps, stationed at Camp Konnard F, A.

Murphy Hobe Sound Fla, Entered Private First Class Edgar J. Wilson March 1942. the Pacific Coast Entered service Blandlng Entered service In August I iind Margaret

service In January 1942. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson in March 1941. 1942Private, 1 I.it1, FrancesMnll'y

of Okeechobee, United States Private Norris L. Jerrell, son of I F. M

Pharmacist Mate 3rd class R. P. Marine Corps stationed somewhere Mrs T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee Private Walter Nix Gray Jr, son I Bill Humphrey, son of Morrow Morrow,, II.Mary I,, .

Coleman son of Dr. and Mrs. T. in the Pacific. Enlisted more than with the Medical Detachment stationed of Mr. and Mrs. W. N Gray Sr. Mrs. Dora Humphrey of Okeecho I :\1..1 I I.. K.Ms. .

T. Coleman United States Naval two years ago. at Fort Oglethorpe Georgia. of Okeechobee, with the Technical i bee with Medical Detachment at Loy Mae
Hospital Brooklyn, N Y Entered Entered service In January 1941 Training School of the Army AII'I Camp Rucker Ala. Entered the I

service In June 1942. Private Jack Hendry son of Mr Force. Port Field, Gulfport, Army In June 1942. 1'ml Kelt. Miry,

and Mrs. J. J. Hendry of Lake Private Matthew Wonjrey son of Entered service August 20, 1942. .- .- .- I Itnnli'rmm, Mra, U M,
Private James V. Cousart, son of Placid and brother of Representative John Wongrey of Okeechobee In I Boatswain's Mate Second Class 1tIIItP. B"rllh'

the late Jas. B Cousart and Mrs But Hendry of Okeechobee In the United States Army Gunnery Private Lester W, Hilllard, son Harold W Wllkerson ion of Itanlernun, L. M,
Marion V. Cousart of Okeechobee the Air Corps at Denver, Colorado. 'School at Panama City Fla. of Mr and Mrs C. W Hllliard of I and Mrs R. H. Singletary of Hihnrlrk, Loula

stationed with Medical Corps at Entered service July 1, 1942. Okeechobee. with Medical Detachment eechobee, aboard the U S. Battle Siiiidiiv., L.LiulllnXnmliiy. B.Thojmm

Camp McCoy Miss. Enlisted in the I Sergeant Purmel Hargraves son at Drew Field, Tampa, Fla. I ship Nevada stationed somewhere .

Army In April. 1942.. Private Paul Wongrey, son of''of County Supervisor of Registration Entered the army in August 1942 in the Pacific. Entered the United I ,, I'MorlanTotniim 8 r

Corporal David W Cassel Jr., John Wongrey of Okeechobee, with and Mrs. Hargraves of this I ,States Navy in April 1937.JWM.WAIBONDS. Thomas. ..IIIIIr.Walk" *

son of Mr. and Mrs. D: W. Cassel Technical School of United States 'city. United States Army Air Private David Lee Raulerson son I r.1 I ,, Calvin E.
of Okeechobee, stationed with the Army ,Air Corps at Kessler Field, Corps, Spenoe Field, Moultrle Ga. of Mrs. Mllledge Raulerson of' 11'1111".1111111')' O
Miss. Entered service In April Enlisted December 2, 190. Promoted Okeechobee. Stationed with the Vtiillnip, Miirjorle) b.
United States! Army Air Corps at Urlirht E. R.
Savannah Oa. Enlisted from Okee 1942. I to rank of sergeant July 1st. United States! Army Camp Robinson UalHton, J \VWalHton .
s Arkanias. Entered serviceIn Ittf/li/ charlotte
chobee County in September, 1940. I VtalHton, E. II.
Corporal Jean Harvey Hamrlck, Wilson Pearce seaman second July 1941. I
Private Roy Delmar Conerly son s6n of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Ham- 'class, son of Mr and Mrs. J. O. 11 Anv.. person, whole name has beenerns''d
wrongfully or
oft -tr's. J. W Conerly, Miami,. formerty rick of Okeechobee. 'stationed with I ::Pearce. of Okeechobee, In Group 3 Private Smiley Waldron ion of appear before th* City Council on may November
o(. Okeechobee, stationed_at the United States Army Air Corp* ,'Of Service: Schools, United States Mr and Mrs N. F. Waldron of luih 1IH2 at 8:00: o'clock P.
M the lieU for the
at City
Camp Wolters, Texas. He entered at Bradley Field, Windsor Lock, : :Naval Training Station, Norfolk, Okeechobee with the Infantry stationed hnvInK their name restored purponaof to the
the United States Army In March Connecticut. Entered service In December Virginia. Entered service In April at Camp PIckett Va. Entered RpKlitratlon Rook of said City,
1942. 1941. 1942. service In June 1943. (City of Okmbohoe Heal 20UPAGE



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