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: April 2, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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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).
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Volume 28-Number 41 Okeechobee Florida
Friday April 2 1943
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and ViewsOf THURSD.Y AI'KIL 8 Rep. Bill Hendry I 64 Persons Were
"'0/. !!!' 5. 7c f
OkeechobeeMen Egypt Temple is making plans to '.<< y :, ".' To Leave I

have their annual Winter Cere Sunday : On Hand for LionClub's

In monlal on Thursday, April 8. I ;.l.. I : ;'
ServiceThe Indications that the num-1 I ,ljI For TallahasseeRepresentative

bee of candidates: will be larger a 'S6 or Banquet
than for a long time -

lUrgmves mmilv ,u-cehr-rt .\ Tue: tentative program is: ,|; ( .C j W J. Hendry will Editor's Note-
letter yesterday from Sergeant Pur- 11:00: a. m-Candidates report at f{. 1 leave Sunday for Tallahassee where time and Due to lack of
mel Hargraves, who is Temple; 1 : he goes to space ast week we were
stationed at / \ 'f.f represent Okeechobee I'unable to
Greenwood, Miss and he states 1200: a. m-Lunch foi Candidates County in the 1943 session of the of the give a detailed account
that he expects to be transferred 'I Florida Legislature. This will be I the Okeechobee Night meeting of
from tHat campei\ soon but does 3'00 p m.-Flrst Section ,*m'? 1 ''lie second session that Mr. Hendniiad was held Lions Club which
not know where lie may be sent 4,30 p, m. Second Suction represented tills county in Tallahassee week at the Thursday Nix Cafe. night of last
6'30 ,
p m Buffet Supper ,p..
Morris Barnet. who is employed 8.00 p. in Entertainment for In discussing the legislature thl 4e. ] There were sixty-four persons on
the Seaboard Railroad, has been Nobles and ladles eek Mr. Henrdy stated that he hand at the Nix Cafe for the Char-
promoted and left Wednesday night 9:00: p m,-Dance '1 had conferred with the members of ter Night meeting and banquet of
lor Thalman Oa, where he will Line to war conditions :HPH .ull the County Government City offleials the Okeechobee Lions Club Thurs
be located Mrs. Barnet will remain be iio Street displays All acti u.\ and others with, regards to 1 day night of last week and the
here with her parents MI and will bo at, the Temple legislation for this county and the talks musical numbers and other

Mrs. J, H Walker, Jr.. until she I Representative W J Hendi, .. i ,!1 state and has been Instrumental in'' features of the program were enJoyed -
finishes school before she joins him the Amba-"ado:' 101 Egypt Shone having several local bills advertised I by all that attended the
At his new home. Temple In: this, sectionPRESIDENT i .in advance of the convening of the 1 1cgislature REP. \V. J. HENDRY : meeting,
.. SKETCH OFRIII.titD : President
-- -- --- v I IMi I Gilbert Culbieth called
Lester Milliard, son ot Mr and OF SEN.\TP II. SIMPSON Hendry says that the biggest : SMC'I: ) \1IONAL TRAINING: the meeting to order and asked the
Mrs C. W Hilliard "who entered! I ')roolem now facing the Legislature I UNION: OFFICERS"ISIT I crowd to Join in singing "AmerIca"
h to find some scurce of to BU'TIST CHURCH lIum: I and then
the army last year, has !been discharged Bonn lanuac] 0, 1905 revenue [ gave the pledge of allegiance
:?ake the place of that which has to the flag. Rev.
the > D. O. Alder-
toy arm clue to the w t l, 'n] ,ia Mllltar Acad-
new. regulations of >,een cut off due to the war conditions Suiula\ evening March 28th It [ man delivered the invocation after
kecpinu men in+ ( oiicui-! Park Ga.Ih' I
the and says further that he was: oui happy privilege to have which Rupert Mock
army who are over allrtnemirYeats 'I n], i '' Pei due University, LaIn president: ot'
old, Lester was dinrnied i ,, nana I' ,\ ould not be surprised! if this EOS- us Lie Oaftln Director, Mrs, H the Pahokee Lions Club took over
Crew Field In Tampa Na.uI] "tt, Unuerlsty of Florida Ion does not turn Into a hard one P. Krause, Associate Director, Mrs the meeting as master of ceremon-
e before the end of the sixty days Homer A Wilson, Secretary and i j lea
i- d.ree
i I
Private Jack Rauleison wlio :. 'n, i bi "',ma: Nu COllege Fra l! session. He will no doubt have some Mrs. A. O Funk Jr. Adult Leader I!i Mr. Mock's first act as master of
stationed with the armt c'.i i'.I'i | a of the more Important committee of Fort Pierce visit our Training ceremonies was the appointment of
assignments in the house this session Union. Their short Inspirational I a Tall Twistei
Gordon arrived
home last 1 Fnda 1 .' MIMU| Southeastern Per r
and Is spending a short furlough\ ) ., M I" Association. and instructive addresses were He did: a very good Job of fining
win his parents. Mr. and Mir Maurice : "I Raulerson at tin: : )home< mBasslnser. i A mti"">1I:1,111 111 at any time something arose In On Sunday afternoon April; fun for the occasion,
I Tallahassee which any citizen of ".Kmniiio: at 3 o'clock this jr: up I After dinner Mr. Culbicth gave
0 i'i n'! :']in, PeerKmen's legislative( Association Committee I Okeechobee County wanted to geti ..ssk.ed by a group from the Ok.ecue a brief address of welcome to which

Robert and Herbert Nix amu-i 1 J ]ti]- Simpson Nursery Com- i i' in touch with him regarding allY :sap"t church, will'! p'ganv Lion Frank Alverez of the Pahokee
home Saturday night! ul.1 i ipen P \Kitkolo: ] : Florida. Entered 1 pending legislation he could be a, Training Union at thi B.>p- 'Itib lesponded After these c ,rp-
Sunday here with then AfX leached with u letter or telegrAm list Church of Bassenger I monies Misses Sylvia Snell and'
] ii] .
pr < II i)tneislnp: ,in 1926 after grad- ] .
Mr and Mrs T. H. NiT ', 0 I tin" Hum college and that: he wanted everyone to''j -- -V1rs. ------ Mol\! Bowden sang two songs accompanied -
brothers are now station !; feel that he was their lepiesenta- !' : at the piano 'by Miss
it Naval >
1' inn]] i Montuello: Presbyterian I 86
Air Station In Jack M' iii<> 4 ,dh i ]i aye and that he would be glad to I Sturges, Bftt" Barker This was followed
ere they are both taking.pei+u A Oil urman Jefferson County have the view, of everyone on any with a piano solo played by Harry

training They left Sunday merit, _, ,i t in Committee, legtaUtion that, Is coming before Joins the Baptist Oreenlx>rger.
to return to camp. LIFE SKETCII OF Chairman Jefferson County Chap- that bodyBaptist Mr. Mock then Introduced Rob-
o S S -----V---- pt M Blake of West Palm Beach,
PHILIP I). III: \LI.II. '. Ameil-an j Red'Cross. I
Private Fred Kohl who Is star i' vini eighth one-jear term as'' Pastor Is Church Here Sun. '; district Governor oft| Lions Clubs of
tioned at Camp Murphy at Hobe 1!.,i I ,i .\.1, >i, found, and I ----= presentation address and charterof
spent Saturday Sunday F'.man 17 1H91 lug! third term as Rcpre.seniiive. -
visiting friends here. Education At t.'elve : ThirdYear's Members and friends of the First > the Okeechobee club.
vcais at- t Jefferson County, without Beginning I
tciHieo i Lnutlst Church: of Okeechobeo. Mr. Blake said that this was the
-- !'- I, Christian Brothers colleje.it I ppositlon
Archie Bass left fft t ; J" t> I Florida had< occasion to second time since he took office
Tuesday to return I Louis for one year, then entered Served on most Important House f .rejoice ,
.to a naval training camp In Spring Hill College at Mobile Committees being chairman 01 the Work Here Sunday March 28th. when Mrs I last July 'tha t ha had hadthe opportunity

California after spending a few Alabama and attended for the Rules and Calendar Committee in I Rebecca Sturges age 96 presented to present a charter toa
days tore with his parents Mr and following tltee years. the 1941 House, Designated Spea-!! I lie:self for membership on the fjllovvlng new club in his district. the other -

Mrs QUInn J, Bans Archie enlisted Secretary to Judge Wm B Sheppard er of 1943 House in June 1942 vUtlit.i Sulda.A 11; 4, 1943 ull: bemnuersary statement: being the Moore Haven Club on
in the Naval Seabees several I months from 1908 to 1912. AssistantU I opposition. n day at the First Bap- 'Mrs, Rebecca Sturgcs was born the previous Tuesday night and
ago and has been In training in S Di-tntt Attorney for North- If t.st Church of Okeechobee On that m Warren County. Georgia, Jan- aid that he brought the best wish
California since. I em District t i of Florida fOr two --- fiuj: we shall begin our third year uary 5 1847 She moved with her es from Lions International to the
I years 191314. From 1923 to 1932: OKECdIOnEE IID 178 of service together as pastor and parents to Olustee Plot Ida, In 183'J Okeechobee club. He spoke of
Morris Chandler son of Mr. and served as a member of the State :MIX INKMED: SfRMCFS | people Anniversary occasion is a tad was baptized into the felkn- Lionism in this district and reminded -
Mrs. Frank Chandler has recently Board of Law Examiners. Elected ON. LST IEBRf\RV 28THI I food:: time for tile pastor to express ,hip of the Olustee Mlsslonarj Baptist the members that the State

been transferred to the naval train I to State Senate for Escambia County I I his thanks to God for the Church in 1866 by Reverent Convention of Lions would be held
ing camp at Little Creek Va. In 1934 and 1938-42: without op- I According to figures;: released rri\'liege of preaching the gospel Powell Mrs Sturgess moved t. this year at Mount Dora.
VGOlfS -- I po-itlon. | from Selective Service I I lor the past ten years arid to express Waldo Florida with her husband Mr Blake told something of the

WORK Ml'ST GO OX! Wife: Hildur Dalstrom, Two sons: ters at St. Augustine to the loyal members of the and family in 1879 and' became a background of Llonlsm; of its first
I Philip Dane Beall Jr, graduate of i I County gets credit for headquar-I I First Baptist Church his appreciation charter member of the Waldo MIs- convention 'which was held in Dallas -

the SchOOl, of Law.. ttnlvrrsitA'! of :: men in the armed of their faithfulness and cooperation sionary Church, Later they moved Texas in 1917 He explainedhow
Aieaicai clinics> are soon to be I to Fort Meade, In Polk County, a president of an Independent
Florida, now 2nd Lt Pilot Army : United States as of February 20 :I during the years of {his
opened In five important centers In Air Corps: Kirke Monroe' Beall., 1943. present pa-storate Again it 1? a good Florida In 1887 and united with I luncheon club in Chicago conceivedthe
Latin America where the people University of Florida three years In furnishing! that number of I t me to commend the entire commi.ni the Old Rural Baptist Church that idea of Lionism and called: that
are now suffering for the need of now Radioman 1st class, active men for the service Okeecho'rec ] ,y for their expressions cf was located six miles west of Fort first meeting in Dallas. He stated
doctors and nurses" was the themeof duty, U S. Navy. runty is running a little ahcad! l :lose, thou htfuIness and coopeintlon "eide Her membership remainedIn that there were now more than
a special rally service this past Member American and Florida of the state average. I, Anniversary occasion is a this church until the building 4200 clubs in the organization and
Saturday morning as about a doz- .fate Bar Associations Here Is the number of men In I'' !sued time for pastor and people to a\ moved to Charleston Mine anda that Llonlsm was still growing
en members with perhaps as many Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus each branch of the service from thank God for His mercies of the new Missionary Baptist Churchwas :,118 have been formed he said since
children gathered in the Seventh this county: I past HU gifts of the present and built near the site vacated by the last convention last year. All of
Day Adventist Church in EastOkeechi Honoraiy !lIe member PensacoU I Inducted Registrants 1P4 His promises for the future. It is the Rural church. The new church the countries which have Lions
]/ e to climax the offerings Lodge Elks.Chairman. Volunteer En'lstments 74 .\ goad time to renew our determi- took the name of the Whldden Clubs are In the Western HemIs-
of this past quarter with a Selective Servi e nation to be more faithful to the Creek Missionary Baptist Church I phere, said Mr Blake except

goodly thirteenth Sabbath offering [peal: Board No 3, for the State: AP-I Total. .. .. ... 178 trust committed to us to be care- and her membership remained China There ate 150,000 active
In the midst of our program we I Florida The following armed services ere ful in the remembrance of our Redeemer's '!ere until it disbanded." members with 15,000 members In
were delighted with the recitations i represented: word, 'Ye are my wit Mrs Stures was the wife of the the active service of their countryat

and special song that the children foreign 11d.Th; ; e are 700 Ad- 'I Army .. ... .... ......... 131 nesses." late William Sturgess a Missionary the present Ime.
rendered to Impress upon the heartsof ventist churches and more than Navy .. .... ..... 34 The past two years have been Baptist deacon for many >ears She He then told of some of the work
aU the need of investing our 61.000 Sabbath school: members inC 1 Marine Corps .. ..... 8 iruitful years in His service. We came to OkJechobee and resides that Is being carried on by the
time talents and money In the t 'e Inter-American Division where Coast Guard 6 thank God for His goodness in permitting with her son-in-law and daughter Lions Clubs! all over the United
cause of Ood. these medical clinics will be lo- us to purchase a piano, County Superintendent and Mrs. H. States and cited a few examplesof
At the conclusion of our programan c-ated. Total 178BAPTIST build a pastorlum, remodel and H, Hancock. Her life is an added community betterment projects
offering was taken which a- Very soon we are going to launch V paint the church and to dedicateall benediction to our membership.' no being carried on by the clubs
mounted to 872. Peoples in parts our annual campaign of "Harvest I our property to His service free May: the Lord continue to bless her of his district. Mr. Blake stressedthe
of Columbia Guatemala Haiti. Ja- Ingathering". In which we accept NOTES of debt. Mission gifts have Increased and add many years of service to 'act that all attention now! was
macia and the Barbados will benefit donations from the public for the i from $16883 in 1940 to $769.61 her life. turned to the winning of the war
by these gifts. While the Ad- purpose of building schools churches ''i Note change In time of Evening in 1943. During Hie present pas- V and keeping up war activities but

\entW! church membership throughout and hospitals in countries afar i Services. torate we have given over $1500to County Judge T, W. Conely. Jr.. said that we should not neglect the
these countries has grown and I as well as here In our beloved Am- || Morning Services will continue: all mission purposes. Our good spent Tuesday In West Palm Beach community and Individual betterment -
schools and the distribution of I eica.: We trust that if you are approached Sunday School 10:00: o'clock Morn women have had their share in attending to legal business!! because of the war
Christian literature have made God will Impress you to ing Worship 11:00: o'clock; Evening making this splendid report and In accepting the new charter Mr.
progress medical facilities are help further His cause in these ,Services: Training Union 7:30: 1 through their faithfulness our Cecil Bass who is In the army Culbreth asked for the whole-

greatly needed. Adventists, through discouraging times of war. SurelyHe o'clock. Evening Worship 8:30: knowledge of missions has Increased. training camp at Fort Bennlng hearted coopeatlon from the memo
their Sabbath schools pass on reg- alone leas the true solution for I I.ernal o'clock and our Prayer Meeting pn We have received ten by baptism Oa. has returned to camp after bers of the local club and also
ularly from $35 000 to $40,000 for peace and happiness. i Wednesday. evening 8::30. twenty-six by letter and spending a short furlough here from the other clubs of the district

the extension of medical educational I E. L. Sheppard V maintained an average of twenty- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs In making the Okeechobee
and other mission work in 1 j Supt. of Sabbath School. Advertise in The News. seven in our prayer meeting. Elmer Bass and family Lions Club one that would be of
i] much benefit to this community. i
We are known as the "Friendly V
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Church" and our doors stand open Staff Sergeant Wm. H. Meigs,, Jr. After singing "God Bless Amer.
DIXIE CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION SALES PENS to help all mankind. If you enjoy who has been stationed with the ica" the meeting was adjourned.
Okeechobee Florida Bible preaching we invite you to army air forces at Miami left that Those present were: :
I attend our services. It Is the desire 1U last week for overseas duty Robert T. Blake West Palm I

Report of Sale of March 25 1943 j of pastor and people to serve Sergeant Meigs Is a brother of Mrs. Beach; Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Don-
our community, may the Lord help Joe Peas. Mrs. Peas does not know erty Canal Point
58 head of Calves brought from $ 900 to $1380 $2,16804: Av. $ 37.32) ]i I us In the beginning of our third just where he) went from Miami, Carl Pascarsella Fred A. Flan

69 head of Cows brought from $ 7.25 to $1200 (3843.08 Av. $ 5869) year to exalt His Word and to be tut he has landed overseas. ders. Frank Davis Gordon A.
-- Grooms of Moore Haven.
faithful to His Church.D. I
91 head of Steers brought from $1055 to $12.90 ($5,499.72 Av. $ 6789) Gross Bryant Bowden, Mr. and Frank R. Alvarez Mr. and Mrs.

12 head of Bulls brought from $1160 to $1290 $1267.83 Av. $10865) O. Alderman, Pastor Mrs Rcscoe Markham, Mr and Stewart Spooner, Frank Rozelle
V Mrs. Allen Markham. Mr. and, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Belk. Mr and
Representative W. J. Hendry andS Gilbert Culbreth. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mrs. L. I* Shirley. Browning Roach,

220 head of Cattle brought .. ........................ $12,77589 R. Ralfsnlder spent Friday of Y Cason Mr and Mrs W. A. Mr. and Mrs. D. W Cunningham
Sale Average $58.07 last week In Miami where they Moore Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Stella. Henry Barwlck. M. M. Young Mr.
t went on business. Judge and Mrs. H. H. Hancock and Mrs. Joe Hatton A. J. OJamot,
Sales fee two per cent gross sale and three cents per head recording costs. -c- Rev. W H. Howell Mr. and Mrs.Z. Margaret T. Roach, Mr. and Mrs

All cattle sold In rotation es received and In groups by class. Harle Williams and James Dur- K. Williams Mayor and Mrs. H Rupert Mock of Pahokee.
f H Raulerson Rev. and Mrs. D. O. Mr and Mrs. Leo Oreenberger, .
4 BRING YOUR CATTLE EARLY SALE STARTS TWO O'CLOCK ranee of Bassenger spent last Friday
and Mrs. T, T. Coleman son Harry Paul and daughter Polly
NEXT SALE THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1943 I attend In to Bartow business.where they went to Mrs. Margaret Tigert. Molly Gay, Eugenia Simmons: Mr. and
Bowden Sylvia Snell, Betty Barber. Mrs. T. H. Nix, Mr. and Mrs.Robt. G1\)1)





I ()Tlt1; therein provided however that !
C OIU\l\d l1l\C Nrtus (Ikeeihiiliee, Coillilv. Florldn.prll such repeal slinll not ull'cct nn>'
; Legal Advertisements I \, 1 I. 1114'1.SUTII'I right or r'III"'r,1. befori
FOP VICTORY ; 1 is iinunin: : iiiviTim: Much, repeal nor repeiil' ati>' law,
I piirsiiiuil to Ki-itlon II of Chapter I'--Kl:! uhlch vas enncted, for a II ill I led
Published Every Friday by the [I."". of riorliln. ,'rte 111.17.: known III or .1"111.l period of time.
the 1I1'Itl'11tl"I', the follow Inn do .\'I'I'L: this Milnh 22, tIMM.IK : .
Okecchobee News Co., at Okeecho-i xmtKi I lerllioil liilnl In Ilkeeihnliee' Count' .\ RU OF COMM1SSIOSKIIS: { ,
bPI Okeechobee County, Florida. \, t BUY '' Florida, ulll be offered\ for stile lit OK iVEIII.AIKS: ( I
'public oiilirj fur the" highest ill,"I lilt .INAII' "1 TIIIC'r
. NOTICE IS HEREBY CUVEX Thnt Lost rush bid mllijcil! 'to the right ..fHie liy MAHK It. TK.NXANT: : II I
BRYANT BOWDEN .... .. Editor I UNITED l.ursuniit to Section 0 of Chapter 1S21W, Tnmlii'ii of the Internal linprov I Cliiilriiian
I tins of 1'lnrlilfi., Acts 1(117.( known 11flii ineni Fund to reject any and All bids. V
Entered as second class matter t STATES MfltPIlY ACT 6ke'hubr"the following, derrtbrd nl' the Court Hinno, nl 111 .\. M. on 'tin, I United States Marshal C. S. De-
liniil In Oountv,
Ulll any. of 'S1ny. I'.Ml: Kimcnn: 'nt I
Julv 1. 1914, at the Post Office In 1.'I"rhlo.111 ho offered, for title at for rand right of uay ''i IK' feetvl.l.' shong and Deputy Marshal Holmes I
Okeechobee, Florida under the JVAR public' outcry for the highest and nlll be r'o" ,,','" from any |iarcelHiroiiKh Allen stopped oft here Sunday afternoon I
l),r.t rush hid. mihjeet to the right of which there I" an exlmliustair
Act of March 8. 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. BONDS i he Trustees of the Internal Improve Koad.Hi'If for a short while. They I
--- ----- --- a mi'iit Fluid to reject any and all blI_, lull ft H and ins ftV of I were enroute from Tallahassee to I
RATE AND "t the Court House, at 10 A. M on I lh<< MCor! of :N\VH of I'll'['. I nth dAot April. 1HI1. Knseinent \\' all ,, K 17s ft, K: One year In advance .... $200 \ for ninit right ot'A)' 200 feet wide 1 Nee 22.: Tn p. :87, II If". :d5 I j BUY WAR BONDS
Sin months In advance .......... 1.00 STAMPS I I will ho reserved from any pnrrcl 'rhtt'sTI:1":s OK Tin IXTEIINM.IMI'IIOVI.MK.NT I. Clerk of the Circuit Court Roy
,Ilirouirh which there li nn existing : FI'Nlt OK TIIK: _
Three months In advance .... .75 I I{| xtntp llond t HT.VIH OK FI.OIIIDA.Hv R. Raulprson spent Saturday after-
Lots T to 21 !Inc., Blk 8, Hns'. liov II. Ilault'nsoo, .\KTriiMtcen and In Arcadia wherehe
noon Sunday "
Advertising bills are payable on I XiiMlvlxlon. I I. Fund ,"-,'holConui.v ',','" Buy Y ar': 77
Lots 1 tn 12 !Inc., Blk. 2. First ,. Florida went to bring' Mrs. Raulerson
the first of each month. Parties .\ililltlon! to Southern IMnei -- and son. Joe home. Mrs. Raulerson Every Pay Cay \
unknown to publishers required to -.-- V- Lots 1 and 2. Blk. n \\'rh:1oth
caned there last week on
Runs Subdivision. NO IKK lit.1'1"'l' \TION FOR was *
par In advance. Tlll'iTEF OP TTIT! 1NTE11VM.iMrnovFMENT TllfH: ) account of the Illness of her father
Fi'xn ftp TIIK: Lawa of IB.I5 let's Double
':1lmUNITED STATE OK FIOIUDA Notice In hereby iclven that it.I -0-
Reading notices In local columns. : Bv llov It. Umilernnn. Azont I II "'''lilt. holder of Tnx Certlllinto Eldred Norton, who is with the Our Quota
in cents a line. Rates for display I STATES I Trustees I. I. Fund Olceei.Imliee No iII HMiied the 51 h day Fort
and stationed at
: County, Florida of .lillv. A I It. I'.rjll him Illcd stint' In Coast Guard
advertising; furnished on application WARBONDS my office ; huts made application fore Pierce. Is spending yesterday and V

Classified advertising 2 cents -- .- -----. Tax Deed to be issued thereon. Snl.l .
Certificate embrace the following deerlbed today here with his family.0
each word Insertion. All Items ANDSTAMPS
per In the of
XITICK TO (11"1'1111'( property County -0-
reizardlng enterprises conducted for 1 1\ TUB: ('01'11'1' OK TIIK: (,01's'n Okeecliobee State of Florida to-wlf and Mrs. Tom Steele of West
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng .TI'I'C1F. oKiinnionrE COI'NTY :-' 1.:1"r; N\VI.' oi MI: Sn '.'II. I
FI.OItiPA. In Probate Tnp. :I7, Hire :1:1! ,."'" Oil IIh'lI' I"neroi Palm Beach spent Sunday In Okec- 1my
rates. : 'lit' ni ootntp ofITIIJ.EF.S chobee guests of Mr. and Mrs H
ItnVARMAN.Dorenmul.[ .
III'I The uf iiihl
iiaicisnietit propertyunder M. Barnet
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-I IYO T. ,ill ereilltori anti nil persons hoc :llie, : ninne, "..hl of S:IW'"I''inllt.II'1' | tins t"" I I ---V

,I tu IT clnlni" or oVmniulM' nirnlnstnlil Vnleai inl.l Ccrtlflcntci shall be .... I
ontnto : deemed according to law property de' '
'I ,ni, nod eneh of you lire herebyloiiflid irrlheil therein shall be told to the highnt I
i ,' and required to present, nmililniH bidder at the Conrthonie door on ,I
J nnd ,ileninmls which von, nrliln
the dm Monilnv In the month of
/ ", r nf von. mny hnvo ngnlnst thoi Mny. VMS.: wlilili, IN the :ir.l. il.nM ,
/ / *i in' of Knllileen lieViirmun. ilnenI I, .IV. 1'M'I: I
1 I I HI" > of nkeeiholiee "Coiiiitv' Flnrlilni Hilled thin 1m dui of .\prll. inn:\ t U.S.W.U BONDS
i Dm lion T.v.. Conoly..Tr.. rnnnlvImliri' !HOY li, U.rt.KKsox:
I' nf Okeoeliohoe' ('0"""'. nt M. Clerk Circuit Court ofOkeechohee --VR
flee In the Conntv Ponrthonao. In County Florida
1 MI' illinium"' Okoccholiot COllnt) FlorI (Circuit Court lIoRIl'UTI
I I ni.I i II (thin eight months from the
1 in'' of the first piilillcntlnn horoof na .1, 1 t :lelliiJer; BatuJn
\11 lilm, and 1 ileninmls tint presenti'il ( K: (
1 (thin'' th Mini' and the mnnner 'I'nllnhassrt'. ..rloln. M.n.li I. j. "i.MlTICK i. Invest
I i I i;:I 11 -i 1I1:' 1"h : ; I 'lIl.,1. bnrroil 0"i IK llrndiv uhi'M that I1' l"i
t 1 A Dime Out of
",1,1",1 liv law. 'Oiile' Itonrd of Kdiicntlon: of tin. M'
I I I Dtt'dlnrrh !nth. A. n. IftW. of Floridalll\ offer r..r11" nn"I i iiilve 1' : Every Dollar in
WILT.MM T>. IB.\('''. rluprl illy,' bliU, nt 'TnHiih'i.- ,
.\. AdmlnlKtrntor min testnuHMitiiiinni'xo 1"Jllrhln."rll ".7th. III\! : nt l.:! ..,'.I., ,
= of the Estate, .nf Kntlileoiirvynrmnn noon, fur the fnl'owln' deMerlbed In1 I IIn .S.Wor BondsV
-- Pcconnod. OKCmiolinK: : ""III'S"1"\ its'"
-- -- ---- Ili.V : 1'r '--'-
NO TICK All Hint pnrt of Kecilon in 1 Mm.north lr
Nntlee l Is lierehv given that I Tlo,,,' of I he Menbonrd Hallm ,".I IKlirht hV i -
W Unlto. doliiu luistnexs In the city of. Wn)'. Towimhlp all SoiilbCniiue j
"f Okeeehohee Klorldn' nnilnr thc firm 1 :ii: I'IIKI.: coiitnliiliiii, apiroInmtelv \ -
nnme and sMIe of "(.k..h"".'. Untterv "i'-"iin A"'" '.. more or I IK"Tills Not Lost and found columns of
\ Eleitrle Srr. Ire" have mild unlitIxislneH ', .Notice' In |published' In inlii.inice | I, 1 everybody with a dollarI Toklo newspaper are crowd.
to our Fri .I T Wilson there : nllh Si'ctldO" ''Title* nnil J7" iFlorlilu '' to spare can shoot fun ,
Stiilntea of 1H41 ed these da}*. Every time aa
Tore 1 will not lie responsible for nor straight-out everybody ran t
IniMiteilness,, Inenrred hv mild, husliipMifter Tin Slate llonrd of Education: '' r..t'r American buys a War Bond
a .l'I' the, 17tli tiny nf r,.lirnim. .\. 1' -hldH. .s Die ,I..fill In reject au\' ,nod, .,ill shoot buy War straight Bonds to the Buy bank lour and I he Jape lose face. Buy your

1 Ml neennnts mrltiir to me and to Porder of the, Mtnte Hour.I of Ed 101 every pay day. I 10cj. every pay day.
'ilil business 'hef-iro I'Vlirunrx 11. n"nil Ion of the Mule of FlorldnSpeMunrd .
\ l'14'l! : lire. to lie "imld, to tin1 either\ Innersnii I.. llollnnil.' DOM nmr" .-- ------- --- -
,, or M mull and nn other nor Alt"st'olio IIIlIl.h .
--- --- -
I son l I. nuthorl/ieil to neeeiit, nnMnontu MO -. .. .
for HAItnV W. I1TTTO.
'"'Uf.t: OF 1 IM'KNTION TO \l'l'l.\
i_ ': A 1011 1'\" \(.t: OF
; I'KIVI. OH I.Ol. J.t1.I'I.T'rln \ where I
b .OTIrF OF '\ iE' TIO\ TO \l'l'f.T Mirii'E! is Ur.JtIIm'ls riim tFrom:; sit .
loft I'\s-< \r.K )FSIKIM lit tit? ScKlllilll, i.f the Teirtlllntnre ofKloriiln
OR 111(' \t. iroi'''. \TIOV i'onion IT: In .\prll. I'M"'! .,u.
NOTICE H iirtir.nv; /1I.rThill: plluitl..MMil 1'i, "".'),. fur 'h,. IMS. i iof
lit the .".iii"| of I.eirlsliltllre of the Mieilnl. or I", .,1 levNlntlun IIH l'"llo ,
Stnte of Florldn t, mvcnp In Anrll.IMIfl '
npilentlon| | nlll d. mode for the >\ KVn Ait roliiMng to rorirndiI'hihiiitfi' | l.r 4 Joe MarshJohn
immiiiire of mieelnl or loenl,, 1"I1INI.tlon.! IHmrl' t. the. Hiihxtnm.t' ..fMlileh y
the miliitnnee nf which will lip a' i onteiiit'lnted 'Inn. nlll ,Intu J
follnWM.n : revlup. cndlfA\ Nttnpliry. nrrnturc
.\ Art nliilltiu, to I'nirli: Hnvnl I lu mi onllntm ninnncr" compile
) lirnlnnae flint l'irl. n drnlii mid coimollilnte nil laws nun In
nee district\ oririinloil tint! oxntInir force relntlnd to said IilHtrlct hv Trumbull our postmaster But where I sit It'l8 big
under the laws of Vlnrldn' and foilmlnntlnllv "". ",,,log Chnpter
.fei'4 BREAK BOTTLENECKS emlirnelnii certnln In,,,!,, In Olioo 11717.. !I.II\\M ..r I'lorliln. Ai'tx of looks up from his newspaper ('on,018110nnowlhat, 1'roliibl- ,
ihohfc' ('''"nl) Florliln : rniioolllne1TI2 \ I'!*.'1t. n.** nmeniti'd maul Hiiiiplementedh :yesterday and says: "I see they tlon Is over-to dee how moderation
tnxe.1 of the IHntrli-t n nln.t >. HI IH'rpient n..t., vlth .",.li
,! exenintliiir mililIninlH caught another one o' them so- and tolerance have grown
ei rtnlii IntifN nit 'nincmliiiciit' chnn/eii.' modlllcntlonn '
at Bui from further Plntrlet tnx-ii- and correction therein nnIllin called: 'gang-lords' of the Prohibition up In its place.Nowadays .
> St&pA. rinlMlnic' ," liiiuV n'ner nt, I heir op-| be dc.lrnldc' t to tlecotupllHllmii'li
linn to IHIpt"trlef, ,luxes dlrertto I r",''IHln" coillmiitlon. "linnllllniiloii era."Wonder if a man enjoys a
Tveinnrer of the PI.l 'lrlet. ,pro urriinvement. coinpllnilnn.nil ,
LOADED this vlillnit for reeord. to lie inndo tlmrp ., "".,,11011111"". ibnt no """'1111. how long It's going friendly glass of beer or two
like a pack.horae-Iuggage flying ", and fee to lie pnld 1 Tux Col- nii'iitK. ,'bllllll", .. inodlncnllonii t or
the evil after a day's work he not only
take to out
to us wipe
breathless and 1 h'rtor In ronneetlon i iirreetloim, nre ontenip'nled' whli'hvoiilil
good old offender dashes up .."tlt, \\1111. eotiflrmlnir And vnllilnt- niter the lionnilarloH, of thi' Prohibition left behind not can do it in clean\ respectableto

LATE. Perhaps he hain't realized that today's lug certnln arts of the Honrd, nfiiiliorvlnnrii. 1 lint rut. redone nnv uf the luaus mention the billions of dollars surroundings but he knows
> officers and llecelvor In" I"In IHnlrlet chniiKo, ,, the nun.nutof
wax travel conditions do not permit such delays. "f i he tHxtrlet. 'Hie, debt Service' Tax which the It cost the people?" that no bootlegger or gangster is
BOtlin ni' siTEIinsoit UK Il.nird, In nnllioH'cil to levy and
Fighting men and war workers must be movedon I' \CLE: n.\ v SI-B inuivMn. 11111', ..... on the lends In the vtirloimlies : ii making a red cent on it.
Well John's right I o' course.
,, ,
schedule-and that means time must not b. -- --.- .y or AiTinlnlHlrntlon tux could qtW
--- (I\t mid iiKNcNMcd bv the I.eglHIninrei. Hard to believe America << (

wasted at bus stops if schedules are to be main. :Norn F.IOkeechulioe 1 und to rcneul, nil Inwn 1> or. ever pace a law like Prohibition. 8ct
I I."ii'in of IIIWM iN>|ntliiir to the NIrlct
tained. County, FliirUn I which or\ nut Inclndeil In 'nld I
M.in h 17. I'.H.I. vlHlon... coil ""'1111..11. ulniplltlea' I--
T. H. NIX, Agent Ndl'li'K: I is 1tI'lnJIrans: ; That 'Ill,. iirraiiKeinent. oompllntlon, andKiiiHelidiitfun.
oiilililuril Oil a Million. I'liemInn piiriiinnt' to Section I 9 uf ("linpter: 1<21)0) l nr rorotfnUoil and II Series
lining Laws: of Florldn.; Aeti I'.i'S"! known' a* ,,"111111"'" In foreo hy reference I Noof a Copyright, 1943 Bnvnng InduttrycwufcUtM
RAPE tinMI' Kl'in' ACT the fdllonln dnm -
MCC t Okoi-cholioe Cunntv, .. . ..
i \lln il Iniid In --- -------- ---- -- --- -
MIAMI BEACH BUS DEPOT s ows K: I'll.rlil. ,'i. will he offered for stile' lit
Hie hltflieat und
public "iiiitcn
sty 838 Washington ATVDO. r'4K; tlMl host cash "1.1. anhjert to the right of
PHONE s-isia Rt/tr ,ill. 'I 1'niHteea" ..r the liiloriiitl, \ Impriiviini.in -
AjRS Fund to reject unt tutu! all tildiin I
., ,lie Court, lloime, at 10 A.I.. on the THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
J.'ml tin I ,, ol .April, rut: KIIUCIIH
a a fur road right of WilY 200 feet wide will ,
!". ,rcsorxed from oily purees through
vthlcli there, li an eximliiK State Kund.LoU .
1 to 1. IIH. I'.lk) 1. First
\ilditlon 1 to !Southern riln'"
I Lilt in Ill k. :i, Soiithvru I'lni'i.
TiirsiEKM: : OK THI: iN'rEItNAL1N1'ilO'EIEN'1'
By Hoy U IIHIII',,"". Aitnlit
'J nutcei I. I I. Fund., (JkeccliobveCounty

I .,-Florida.NOTKK. \ .- -. _._- --


Nude"' IH 1I.I'elo)' given I That the
11..1. lit 011111) L'uwIIII..III'lt'tN' of
ukrechht"t" I'uuol)'. 1"toridu.. w Ill III"'eII
tiLl 11I11'.I1I1'.d III the 1111:1: serriuuof

tut' l'luridu. 11110111'1' r"'I"lrllllll,
,,1" 1111.11,1.11"" s Itr IIII' .nice ttf 11I.11I
her of 11"01'11 "I L'III1I1I Cuauulrslutlt'rsukrt'chubt't' .
L'IIIII\ l'IL'I.lu. .111111 'bruu11tiuutt'd
7I lit
1..1' tluultllt'd ,,'duro. lu I
1'1'1111111) Llt'etlnus. ut sold, 'Ullllt) ill II
large IllId out by 1110Irle". situ pruiding I
I hili such 11.11,1111' .hllil IIIIV" I Ir'ohl.,1 I
lit hurt six uunths III IbciI'ittit I
,' I'uuuulsslun..rr' Ulslrlct l'u"' I Iwbh'h ,
I lave! them recapped by Humphries at h. I Is II clI"IIllIlo III ,tiny' l'rl

IIIlIr) "r III"lI'rlll tI.II..II.

Fort Pierce in one of the South's finest plants U"r,1 t'ut. \\\.K.II.Cnuuly t utuntirslurrr.Ikr. I'hllirmllll., .

', I"j"rlil...
"','hnbce 'uIIIII
-- -
-nine years experience-finest workman

ship-best of materials-and a reputationfor :\oili-e |I. hcreb lilvcii Unit the,
gaunt uf Comity ConmiliMloiierit{ olikceeholiee
( Count, )'. Florliln, will hu\c
square dealing. You can drive over and n hill lit) ru.I'lI'cd' lu ho 1U4J Humiluii
I of 'the Florida Lenlnlumr rutlfjlntfnnd
onllriiilng vacb sad every taxnclllclUPlit
wait-Ship them to us via truck line or have Illllile' liy the Clerk' lit L'lr-
i nil onrt or the Huurd! of Cuiiuiy
of Ilkeoi'liiihoH. Count,
your local service station send them to us. Florliln.. and Tax 'ulh.\or of wiiil
I'niint. on liiniueiit. luxei sal tux
We do work for the State Road rent inrun's hen'toforv us toil fur lionpiljliiriit
Army, Navy, of uxc uu InniH llunteil In

fleet I mild Connly Unit all of umi'imiiieiiK OkeiH-hiil.ee. fur ami State provided "How about joinin' us in a game Judge?. .. from grain in the government's 870,000 ton

Department and many large owners. liixen ulliill he. |paid lu full sr reiUllfill I'll drop out for a while." synthetic rubber program.

Our work is guaranteed to give satisfactionand >\' law. C. WAI.KKlt riiiilrniiinllonrd '. I "Sorry Phil but I can't today..I'm on "I also verified the fact Chat no distiller is

of County 1..UlIIII..luIlC., Florldn.NOTKF. my way up to the hospital to see how Frank's making whiskey today. They all stopped

we can usually give 24-hour service. Okei'fholieu _Comity: : : wife is coming along I just dropped by to making whiskey last year and are working

\ I give you the answer to that question you night and day 7 days a week producing war

Nalco In hereby idrpii that I will asked me about synthetic rubber yesterday alcohol for the government... for smokeless

'have n hill hut rt4ret1 Flortil.i, In LegUlatureI the, iivxt in the barber shop. I looked it up and found powder chemical warfare materials, medicalout
wmiiiiii of the '
Tire & Co. I 1'providing' fur the riitlHi'ution and conI that the beverage distilling industry's supplies as well as for synthetic rubber. It's

Humphries Retreading I llriiiiitlon, iiinilK,of curb liy this und City prrry Council tux lettleuipur and- facilities for producing grain alcohol make it a mighty good thing these distilleries were in

City Tux Collector uf the Cltv nf possible to include 200,000 tons of rubber existence ready to do this important job."
I ilkcechohop, .Florida on delinquent
Phone 139 FORT PIERCE, FLA. I tnxcM hoth real' and, (M'riional. as'
.e aed liy mild City if Okcecbobue,

Florlilu. C"/-.I AbWIf BmttPAGE lnfwtrus, lss. t
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FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1943 .

Tennis I I -

Tournament- Purple and Gold News. !1 THIS WEEK


Last Sunday the
singles tourna- Okeecbobeei
ment got under way. Several mat-

ches were played. Henry Walker FUID\V. APRIL 2, 1943Sncokle

I won a hard fought set from Jack I I Friday & Saturday I

I I Coker by a score of 6-2. Tiny Wat- Watford, his stooges, demonstrated Instruments in the community and I, Say, Dald Eye, I been a stud}'in' I the entertaining guests, who danced

flrd had a breather. He defeated the dominance of Hitler A band organization was presentedas and I Jest wants to know how that'' very gracefully in among the tables -

Dozier Clements by a score of 61. over the world, and then said, follows: thar ole sow pig of Oncle Johns, several of the guests were KATHERINE HEPBURN

Jack Duke and Frank Reeves were "Let's end all this foolishness by 'Tnmbones: Joe Wolff, Jack Co- Great Grandmaw's Ole Man's little asked for speeches and we found > IsWOMAN

matched together and Jack won bya buying War Bonds and Stamps." :::1' Betty Mason. ,boys, first cuzzins, sL te1'S', daddy's them all entertaining. After a most \
score of 6-1. It was very cleverly presented, andI Clarinets: Bill Hendry, Jack Dald brothers, end nil yor kin folkI delicious meal the Juniors sang I THE .

Butch Wolff came from behind to wish every citizen in this county Wolff. I ses is a gettln along? their song to the Seniors and the YEARalso

win an 8-6 decision from Porky I could have set'1It. 1 I Saxaphone: Zelda Johnson Joe Wal talkln about gettln along I Seniors answered with their song. I

Draughon. It looked like Porky The second prize of one poundof Underhlll, Juanita Pearce I rekon I better be a gettln along The words to these songs were composed I

would win for a while but Butch sugar, was taken by John NefT. I I Bass tuba : Silvanus Harden. afore Mary Suzzette Daisy Kattllluu by Harry Greenberger and THE ROOKIE BEAR

got his second wind and came up Jack Wolff and Betty Barber, who Trumpet: .Mildred Morgan, Sylvia Jones, that's the telegraph .-ct to the tune of "God Bless'

and won the set. acted and sang the song, "Mr Five I. Snell, Charles Hargraves, Gilbert !- I I woman, get mad at me ter a takln America" LAND OF THE OPEN

Matches yet to be played are: by Five." The act was one that Donaldson. I up all Q' her time The pro rams, designed by> Harry RANGE

Gilbert Donaldson vs. Laurens caused the house to roar with Cymbals\ : Ellis Draughon.Bass I Sayl I What are you Joe, a wise Paul, were in the style of a mem- ,

Reeves Prof. Williams vs John laughter The sugar was then givento Drum: Domer Wilson guy? ory book, and in the back were sev- New Cartoon

Neff, Frank Kelly vs. Johnny Jenkins the Junior Class to be used 'in Snare drum: Mike Barber. ', P S 'This hyr letter should getter eral pages for autographs. After

L. P. Mercer received a bye preparing for he Junior-Senior Plccalo: Jo Ann Berka. youns In abiul 1956 through the the banquet was over everybody ]

for the first set V The next meeting of the band is Oorgia grapevine Oh boy ain't that busied himself in seeing who could Sunday & Monday

Your reporter Is going to stick This Ninth Grade section pre- to be held Monday night April 5, nice. set cue most autographs of his I

his neck out and predict that the sented three very clever skits, and In Miss Finger's homeroom, and all Goodbye Fearless Fo dlck. classmates and the guests who

finals will be between L. P. and the entire program was a very In- persons Interested are to come and i o Coon Creek Express \',ere: piesent. Next the rug was CHARLIE MCCARTHYand

Tiny, with L. P. winning by a I te-estln!; one. briny their Instruments. We do not ----VSome --- Mlrd up iu the reception room, t i iind I

close score. This should be an Interesting V have anybody who can teach you some entertained themselves ;,

match to watch. I A MESSAGE 1 to play an Instrument, but we are Little \.uth dancing and others chatting EDGAR BERGEN

The finals Rill probably be played 1all going to cooperate and try to itli their friends. j InHERE

some tlniQ next week.SCRAPBOOK, I This is a message to the students teach each other. If you do not The special guests Included Prof ,

--V and faculty of the Okeechobee High have an instrument and are Int'crested '- I Something and Mrs Williams. Mrs Elledge, I| WE GO AGAINTattle

NEWSThe 1! School. There have been several In the band, sine out and Judge and Mrs. Conely, Miss John- Trlc\'I lon
writings in the paper about short- become familiar with the various !! Yes, "just 1I ; little something on. Miss Goddard, and Mrs. and News

scrapbook Is well under com- ening the class periods. We want instiuments and then, decide which I to remember you by" U sometimes :Mr Carl T. Durrance and the |I

pletion now and we hope to haveit something done about this. It seems i I Instrument you would like to get I good and sometimes bad but yet :Sophomore presidents. Frances WednesdayMICKEY

In the library by the first weekIn that nobody has taken any inter- and then make some arrangement (lit's "some little tsomehing to remember l.iHAlu and Mildred Morgan:
Mav If nothing happens s| r,t in this suggested new schedule about getting it. you by." Want to know who else was

However as yet we have had as ret but we feel this Is a worth ---v---- Every year as the school year these? Well, I'll tell 'ou-the1'e I ROONEY

little or no response to our askingfor while suggestion, and one that can Advice To begins to come to an end people was Bobby and June, handsome I
snapshots of the service men be made very practical, so come on begin to bring autograph books to couple I'd say. Clyde and Phylis. LEWIS STONE

who have left high school recently folks of authority, and let's como school, start "slam" books around, Tiny and Juanita J. T. an 1 Molly inCOURTSHIP

and gone into service. We are anxious to some agreement about cutting The LovelornApril begin to take snapshots, because Gilbert and Sylvia Jack Duke and' OF

to make this one of the out- down these hour periods and getting they want "some little something to Betty Mae S\lvanus and Jean Le;,

standing features of the scrapbook an extra period in the afternoon remember their friends and classmates Joe and Inez:, Maron and Oveda, L ANDY HARDYalso

this year, and without the cooper- It's not that we want to get 8, 19J4 by". We can never tell i>. mid Juanell. Eldrldge and Betty i jMc. \

ation of the parents and friends of 1 out of school earlier, but it's the i iI Dear Auntie Trlpelchlns whether or not we'll be togethernext ., John and Estelle. Frank and I

these young men we can not do fact that we feel that we waste Yesterday was Apiil's fool and year or not. and U we are it ;Martha, Jack Coker and Perilee Your Last Act

this. So please give your coopera- from ten to fiftten minutes In every guess what ihrce boys told me they can never be the same' fus this year Porky and Betty Barber Charles 'j Memories of Europe

tion In this matter period that could be used very I loved me or tiursv I know they \\'all. We all grow physically and and Betty Watford. Gene Fulford

--V 1 prlfltably in another period during I i, \M Just 'April tooling", but It mentally. We make new friends, and Kathryn O. D. and Mildred Trailer

O. H. S. HIT PARADE"It's the day. made me realize how much I'd like I 1' ird find new interests as the days Harry Paul and Pauline, Johnnyand
We'd like to have some of the and Zelda. '
Eva Nelle, Simeon
to really have a boyfriend. and (fo by.
teachers to write an editorial giving Gene Ellcdue and Juanlta M:, Coming AttractionsDOWN
Strange thIngs remain in
Started All Over Again" have him tell me that he loved me our
us their opinion in this matter. Aneta. Ruth, Althea Jack EilecV.', '
mind of those
Juanlta and Tiny My mama tells me I'm too young acquaintances we '
Tonight We Love" Jean Lee We have eight more weeks after I for such: stuff, but you know other once had. But regardless of what Florrie, Billy Edgar, Bertha, AlI

and Silvanus this In which such a schedule could I['girls have real boyfriends, and I ,,, \'.e think or these persons we know Lena Jack --'Vlff: Dorothy. Shirley :, IN SAN DIEGO

"Moonlight Becomes You-L. P. be used very profitably don't i en have one. In fact tkc they Just don't want to be forgot. and Marie. Not very many, eh? \ MOONLIGHT MASQUERADE ..

to Juanell. '_,y's Just don't pay any attention !1 I Let's see: I'll always remember The girls were all dressed in TORTILLA FLAT

"Do You Care?"-Molly to Joe WeWhoSlay'At to me. What I want to know Is {I I|I Clyde and his ability to flirt wilts/ their "best" most of them wearing
"Siveethcarts or Strangers" what I can do to make them pay j I[1 the younger girls and have them II i l-eautliul corsages, and the boys i
and Mildred. -ome attention to me, that is to I I thinking he's a "Greek god", then were dressed vt to be grooms at any
Bobby !
"You Are Always In My Heart" Home; even know that I exist I JoN; ff, how all the students tiding:
Phyllis to Connie i I Unwanted I bolt up to him because he's such We deem this big\ occasion one @
the 1'\er had In cit."-
or greatest
"You're the Only Star In My :
Blue Heaven"-Betty to Leslie. By E. A. Guest I Dear Unwanted: {intelligent i chobee and we're sure most of our !
; "Take Me"-Betty Mae to Jack. When you were Just our little boyl I really don't think you'ie un- less new In our community will thanks go to all those who so diligently .

-'I- "I'll Pray for You" Martha to j on many a night we crept 'anted. You're Just growing up ( never be forgotten because of his worked to make this ban- I

-Russell. Unto your cot and watched o'er I' and think that you'ie unwanted.You ability to carry on a "onery argu- quet what It was. Our sincere gratitude .

"The Man I I.ove"-Eva Nelle to | lOu and all the time you slept probably have plenty of admirers impnt". Gilbert can't be forgot goes to the waitresses-Esthei

Johnnie We tucked the covers 'round your just like: ail :-he ....t r little i t liS a Untie en1-- Jitterbug. Jack Hall, Lillian Walker Gladys Biille. '-

--V form and smoothed your pillow I girls, but Just don't realize it. ,i. Duke, well he'j Just a plain flirt, \ Betty Mason Betty Jail .r

i too. I However, If you really want |! Elderldge in his calm meek way Whidden, Mary Robinson and Doi-
THE FOOLISH And sometimes stooped and kissed Hite' d.il1 i alo-i tills Hue I'dj I always befriending somebody, L. P Is Cheshire and Ruth Simmon- tJ

DICTIONARY SAYS : your cheeks, but that you never i say the first thing to do is. to take and his piano playing, Tiny and A great big vote of thanks goes tithe

knew. J part in the things the other girls ; his good looks. always a friend to mothers who prepared the foodIt

BRAND: -Somethln? carried on the | Just as we came to you back then ] to Be Interested In the boys and the younger 00)" Bobby and his was the best ever. Thanks to

hip by either beast or man. Can through many a night a day. I what they are Interested in Be ability to adjust himself to every \s: Drau&hon Mrs Martin Mrs

be found on the outside of a I|Our spirits now shall come to you nice ta: all of them, but not too I i situation. :Macon and his dependableness Reeves, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Pearce ,

short, red steep, In the inside of -to kiss and watch and pray. nice to any one. unless you know I J. T. and his ability to and Mrs Platt, for without themwe

a lone: black bottle. I I I he especially'likes you. Boys don't [give parties, and last but not least could never have had such a

BRAS i BAND-A clever, somewhat Whenever you shall look away into I like girls that like them too much. in the Senior boys Is Silvanus who wonderful banquet: .........,

complicated: arrangement for nod's patch of sky I Be quiet, but soclabl Don't let a I' will always be remembered for his And to Miss Finger who willing! SnM mi acrobat named

holding a crowd together. To think about the folks at home ':'boy think you know more than he all roundness and ability to lead. took many of our responsibilities All Ooop,
CANNIBAL-A heathen hobo who we shall be standing by. does 'cause well he has ego he The Senior girls of this year of directed the work. did all the work "I'm

never works but lives on other I And as we prayed and watched o'er likes to have satisfied. I course will all be remembered for that could be expected of one person constantly telling

people, (but some say. a perfect you when you were wrapped in I I I hope this little bit of advice their quiet calm collective beauty.I and helped everyone In every my troupePledge -

Christian who loves his 'enemies sleep. i I will help you as you grow up I believe that Peiilee! leads this way possible. we owe our deepest all you can

peclallv fried I.CEMEI'ERY'The. So through your soldier danger now Your Auntie TrlpelchinsWhenlhe list followd closely by Oveda; Ale- and most sincere gratitude. raise
one place where the old time watch well keep I --- tha Molly June. Betty, Inez, Juan- That's all for this week, but Just For War Bond, thcte

princes and -paupers porters and You will not know that we are Ita. Esteir. Kathryn Ancta and remember: days,

presidents are finally on the dead 1' there. you will not see or hear, I War ''Ruth. Our banquet, like Christmas. And Hitler *H1 be In the

level. But all the time in prayer and Thus goes the memories of most Comes once a year, Soup!"

CHAMPAGNE The stuff that I thought we shall be very near. I Is Going To End I of the students of the Okeechobee But when it coiues.
makes the world go round. High School for 1943.Dopey It brings good cheer. i190t1
CHRISTMAS widely observed The world has made of you a man; --V 1 help tu+nmp

holiday on which the past nor the work of man you do, I Aathor Unknown STAFF 4+ 6e tbAxi.
much Interestas But unto us you still remain the I Doin'sRy
the future Is of so Is ..
Everyone asking this-nobody
baby that we knew; I Editor in Chief. ... .....Molly Bowden
the presentCINDER knows-well here's the truth, I got of your
-One ol the first things And we shall come as once we Old.I it Assistant Editor. ...Silvanus Harden a f u11 tenth a arsa
straight rut
In traveling. I I on wondrous wings of pra 'er. I. Kecly DoMtlle Business Manager Eva Nelle Hall | {?to ''
to catch your eye
Absolute ,
knowledge I have none
COLLECTOR-A man few care to And you will never know how 'Oft I Our "Dopej DolnV isn't so dopey Sports: Reporter.Weldon Draughon' J pn1 stamp'
But aunt's wa&hwamon's
son '
bee but many ask to call again. in spirit we are there. my this week 'cause It's all about the Class Reporter June Cheshire BO doyl'Very
Heard a policeman on the street pay
COLLEGE-From French "colle", We'll stand beside your bedt Junior-Senior banquet. In my opin- Club Reporter .. Estelle Sanderfur i
to laborer his beat
Say a near
stuck and "stude", night In silence, benllng low ion this banquet was the most elaborate Social Reporters: Harry P. Green- I
pasted or
That he had a letter Just last week,
study. A place where everyone Is And all the ftive we gave you then. Written In the finest Greek of any ever held in Okeecho- berger, Phylis Cason. I
stuck study. < iSEN'OR shall follow where you go. ; toe thanks to Mr and Mrs. Pitts Miscellaneous Reporters and Typ- l V. 5 Trmutry Itift,
From a Chinese cook in Timbuktu, I I
tV for the use of the "Grill". With- ists:: "Katheryn Sweatt, Bertha'
in Cuba
Who said the Niggers knew
PLAYThe Ch we were proud of you back I 'tit the "Grill" the banquet would Mercer, Periiee Hunt, Jack Coke:,
Of a colored man in a Texas town
then. but we are prouder now; not have been such a grand success. Joe Underhlll, Sylvia Snell, Marie I
Who got it straight from a circus
have been set for the We see the !ota mp of splendor God clown. I Upon their arrival the guests entered Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda j .
dates has placed upon your brow. I the reception room where Boromei, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel- j JoRtlievt ft
It Is nigh under com. < That a man in Klondike got the "
Senior play as ""
And we who are the folks at home they were entertained with piano Flor-1
On that dope I da Johnson, Martha Walker, I ... Jj'-
pletlon for performance.Wednesday April 7th shall pray the old-time prayer From a guy he's certain wouldn'tJoke I solos and group singing. Afterwards rte Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marlon 'b
big date of will And ask the Ood of Mercy to protect they were ushered into the dining Martin. I
an afternoon performance with His care.
you I room, beautifully decorated with
toe given in the school auditor And as we came to you of old. although I About somebody in Borneo flowers and crepe paper. The win- ---V--- I
night April 8 an Who heard a Il'UYho claimed to I
ium. Thursday Itouto.innis.
never knew, dows with rain- It
will be presented you know were draped pastel pays to advertise. : SAlvt.NOS) e 0ft
evening performance hearts of us, each day and
The I bow colors and the waitress dressed -
at 8 o'clock. On the follow- with love to Of a swell society dame (no fake) I
shall come
night, in white wore aprons and caps
-- -
Tuesday night a performance Whose mother-in-law will undertake
the you. __ I to match the window drapes. From I!
will be given at Basinger In :.F.1oZ'.
v---- the ceiling were draped crepe pa-
seventh husband'sniece
To her
school building. prove
per runners of green and white.
cf Latlnne" Is a Band News NOTICETo
"The Winning -e1. I I the Junior Class colors, all come
play that will long be remembe Had stated In a printed piece
so don't fail to make your pans: That she has a son who has a '- to a climax in the center of the Landowners in Everglades Drainage District
room. At the head of the room :
now to see it. The prospective members of the friend
night at Who knows when- I there was a long "U" shaped guest The Everglades Act which became law
VCHAPEL band met last Thursday Jane 3, 1941, contains
table. Individual tables four
for the
PROGRAM school house In Miss Finger'shomeroom "This war Is gonna end." following provision:
the I j in other of the
were placed parts
SECTION 15 (1),
and Mr. Williams. Mr. This section shall remain
in full force and
Ninth Smith and Miss Finger met with I II I SOME PEOPLESkonk room to create a night-club effect effect for two ((2)) years from the date this Act shall become
the I a
The second section The one and only "Porky" Drau law and at the expiration of such ((2)
years period then the
Grade had charge of the chapel j I them ghon served as toastmaster He simple title to all lands against which fee
program last Friday, and It was Mr. Smith talked to the students Creek Slew, first Introduced Frank Reeves, pres- any such tax sale certificates, or tax liens there, shall remains outstanding
I band, become
of a
given in the form of an Amateur : about the appreciation Down by the Ole Holler Log ident of the Junior Class, who wel- vested in the Board of Commissioners\ of Everglades
Hour Some very good selections and told them just how Important Dear Datd Eye: comed the Seniors and other invited District and every right, title or Interest of every nature or kind
by various i lie thought it was to the school to Well, now how does this hyr whatsoever of the former
and numbers were given guest. The response for the owner of laid property, or any one
students and groups of students :j have a band. We feel sure that confounded, flabbergasted, sun- Seniors was given by Bobby Paige, claiming bv, through or under him, or any one holding any lien
But the two' highlights were pre I with such spirit as these students scorched slew-slop of a day findyou'nll president of the Senior Class. thereon shall cease, terminate and be at an end, and the Board
sented by boys. have shown that we can have a all a feelin'? FIne we'un Throughou the evening \\'e1'ere of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District shall be auth-
which band and that the school board I orized and empowered to sell the said lands
The one taking first prize, hope. entertained by Betty Barber and as provided by law.
was a pound of coffee, was a skit will secure for us a band Instructorfor Ma, I got my belly washed 'ter- Gilbert Donaldson who rendered This notice Is published for your protection.

In ,which Bill Williams played the next year. day with that rain. Th' foist; time I I numerous piano selections. Ellis EVERGLADES
and I An'inventory was made of the In nigh on to fourteen DRAINAGE DISTRICT
part of Hitler, Bill Hendry years. Draughon and Alvyna Sweat were




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Sure man here that Just calls it Red Cross .;
I to the Reel 1 Cross
gave "'
Home Service. I'll say it was home ,.> 4
last year everybody did.Didn't .
service. Just ask my missus. ,

We got a new daughter-in-law ,R }
1- think much about it 'i
or ,
now and I'm a grandpop and Ben "
know much about it either. Band- ;:
goes back to camp with his eyes shin ;
ages, knitting sweaters, and the like, ...... tthat's t
and his chest It have 1
ing out. might ,
t\ ,' -... ..e
what it seemed like then and I \ ;
been pretty bad though.
was for it just! as matter of course. ,f-s-.1;{ < t r
That was back last Summer, and g
This year it's different. I've seen _:)
a lot of things have been happening '
the Red b
Cross at work. /
: since. The war's come terribly close. "" _
Saw it the 't,0 to;
working out at plant
If you've got a boy out there you ,
the night of the big fire, when a lot know what I mean. .j- h....
of the boys were laid out cold.
Last week we got a letter from
Some of them wouldn't be around
Sergeant Ben that his motherwouldn't d" s
today except for the Red Cross be take a million for. Be "; '

ing right there from the start, ready '
tween the lines, you can tell that y
with first aid, and with an ambu devils ,;
our boys are giving I IT
lance and canteen and a bunch of it
everything they've got and taking
men and women who knew what to too. Must have been pretty bad.

do and how to do it. I'll say they. .

were good. gave me another Red Cross angle. E
rt xa t
Then, when my boy, Ben, drops Seems Mr. Field Director and Y h\:

his job and goes to soldiering, I get his bunch have gone right through :::
another angle on the Red Cross
with my boy's outfit. Been in the '
Get it in a letter from a Red Cross hottest spots in every show with ";

guy who'd set up shop in Ben's them. Not with guns, but doing a lot

camp. Opened my eyes to a lot of of other things that add up, too. ,, rt. .1

things about my own boy that I They're there with what's needed M N _.

didn't know. He'd sure taken a pack when it's needed, just like they were

of worries with him into the army. at that fire of ours. With the kind oft r
:And this Mr. Field Director
seems that small to f
things may seem pretty
to have the job of getting wise to
us at home, but go big in a foxhole.
man's troubles am! doing something "Dad" writes Ben, "Think of the 1

bout them. \ii; .u; only there, but at Red Cross as a he-man organization. '/I

the! irru r I), "
Dig\ when the. War Fund comes

It's a long story, but it came out around next time." *

e3 fine, thanks to that "trouble buster"at You bet I will. This year I'In .t M

camp and a straight-shooting woo giving double.

Will you give double too?

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