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 23, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 44 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, April 23, 1943 Price ,Five Cents
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The Lawmakers' Making\ ProgressIn Chairman of Silver I I OkeechobeeMen
choir of the Methodist Beginning on Easter Sunday, I
Church will give its annual Easter I special revival services will be conducted I

Cantata Sunday evening, April 2}, This County Tea For County at the Methodist church for In Service
By Russell Kay
I .i. a vesper service, 6 p m. one week After Sunday the Rev
(Florida Press Association) The Cantata "The Glorious Gall. David B. Sargent of Apopka will

Polly Rose Balfe, official publisher I lean", which has been under the I I The people of Okeechobee county Mrs Spessard Holland, chairmanof preach twice each day. The hour i Corporal Ray-Anderson
of the "log" of Florida's "Ship of direction of T. W. Conely, Jr., with will be put to the acid test dur Silver Teas for the State of for the evening service will be 8:00 i I United States Marines of the
State," came Into the Mrs. J H. McCranie, I o'clock and for the morning service arrived home
bounding accompanist ling the Second War Loan which Florida, has appointed Mrs. O. C. this week and is spending his .
legislative halls with armloads of I will be rendered by: 'I began April 12. The United States Durrance as chairman in Okeechobee the hour will be announced I here with his father fur.lough
her 1943 edition of "Florida's Gov Sopranos: Penile Hunt Mrs. E.I Treasury must raise 13 billion County. later. The people of Okeechobee and Anderson. Alva
dol He is stationed
ernment" "O !t a program, i I H. Hunt. Mrs J. Mlnehan, Mrs. J. lars during the Second War Loan, I Mrs. Holland received her appointment I visitors In our town and community I pne, N. J. at Bay-
folks, get a scol'ecard-'ou can't en- :' Reid. Mrs. J. Roe, Sylvia Snell and a substantial part of this mon in January and immediately are cordially Invited to attend these *

joy the game unless you can Id entlfy '. Altos: Mrs. A. Boettger, Sarah ey must be loaned to our government made plans for the tea in services Sergeant and Mrs.
the players'I" But It contains I How ell. by people In ordinary walks each county In the state where i W. R. Howell, I spent the week end In Harvey Okeechobee Bixler
plenty worthwhile Inform- ( Tenon: T. W. Conely Jr.. Jack 1 of life->ou and me and the fellow conditions were suitable. I Pastor of the Church visiting his mother and brother and
tion and Is cheap at the price. Wolff I next dooi It is obvious to every Money received in each county Is ----- sister In law, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
o 0 Basses: Win Boemer. Joe How I thinking man and woman that as''! to be used for the assistance of Mrs. Pearce Cason and Mrs Bixler. Sergeant

During the debate on the "closed'shop" III Jnlm. Neff. Joe Wolff the United Nations take the offen- | handicapped children. Eighty pert I Says Bixler is stationed with the army
--- -V- -- )I slve against the Axis cent of the money will stay In each: I at
resolution In the House an dctators, the Camp Stewart, Ga., where he is
opponent had some uncomplimentary Miss Louise cost of war operations increase in I I county and a group of Interested' Many Stamps And i In artillery training for overseas
things to say about the "Dam. Mary :iioportion. j i citizens will help to decide the most duty. Mrs. Bixler is a registered
yankees", forgetting that the Hon. The staggering sums of money !: valuable'! service obtainable with' nurse at the Hospital In Savannah,
Speaker came from Illinois as did Zander And Wayne'I necessary for the victory drive of ,, these funds. i Bonds Sold HereWith Georgia
representatives Leedy and Wkehart the American and other Allied The education of the physically o 0 0
while Lyle Smith halls from Nebraska '!: aimles and navies the task and handicapped child Is his most serious Mrs. H. C. Long Is In receipt of
and Jerry Collins from Vermont Oliver Aho Married -t 0: providing food, transportation immediate need, since the the opening of the Second I a letter from her son, Master Ser
(It's positively revolting And ,,, and munitions for mll- Crippled Children's Commission War Loan Drive April 12th, the I geant Oscar B. McKee who is with
while we are on the subject do 'i, us ?! wen over and above the under its executive director. Dr. women of Okeechobee ore sharing I the army In Africa, in which he
you know the difference between a'*'1 The marriage.: Miss M.l1'i i I i cost of equipment In planes gum T' ry Bird gives remedial care to this all-out drive to finance total says that he is getting along fine
"Yankee" and a "Damyankee"? Louise Zander. Okeechobee. daughter ships and other material must all crippled children. i war but is homesick.
Well a "Yankee" Is a guy WhO !' of Mr and Mrs. Frank Zander. I be borne, In large measure by the The state law provides for the I "Outfit the Outfit" will be the ,I o 0 0

comes down here and stays a little :| to Wayne Oliver Aho Negaunee i, American people: left here at home. education of these children who | rallying; call of our local Women's : Mrs. Oscar B. McKee left Sunday
while then goes backIIhlle a : 'k'1. sen of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob i' It is not only necessary andright cannot obtain schooling In the regular I War Savings Committee. We are'' for her home in Washington, N. C.,
"Damyankee" is a guy who comes :' Aho. took place Saturday, April 17. that we should assume this daises, but the law is so little ;, out to raise our share to pay the! : after spending ten days here with
down here and STAYS. And I i at 3 p. m In the First Methodist i additional participation in the war known that means of publicizing''' cost of full! clothing and equipmentfor I ht' mother-in-law, Mrs. H. O.
the boys we send "over there" are Church, Okeechobee, with the Rev. .I effort it is an honor to do so. the law and of helping the child to' two million enlisted men; 300 Long.
YANKS no matter where they came W R. Howell officiating We who are left here on the home benefit by it provide an enormous.ask million dollars worth! I o IS
from. i Before the ceremony. Mrs J H front can do no less than attempt in each county. This means selling enough War James Bruce Smith, who Is In the
? McCranle pianist played a medlev to approach the sacrifices of those The Florida Society for Crippled: Loan Bonds to buy our share of United States Navy and stationedat

It Menu that Representative Joe 'I of love songs. Mrs John Roe nan brave men out on the fighting Children and Physically Handicap- the shoes coats blankets, foldinp Quonset, R. I., arrived home' yes
Jenkins of Alachua and Thomas Mi Sweet Mystery of Life", and Ironts to whom the last great l'cd Persons Is attempting to assist cots steel helmets and first aid I terday and Is spending his furlough -
B. Dowda of Putnam were conferring Judge T. W Conelv sans "The t 'neasiiie of sajnfice Is but a daily with the education of these child- I pouches that the government regularly I here with his parents Mr.
on the proper strategy In the i .Sweetest Story Ever Told." The ulei ns, They jive( their lives. We en It Is hoped that the interest provides for Soldiers Sailors : and Mrs. Sylvester Smith and fam
House battle over the "closed chop" 'I traditional wedding marches were lend our money. ,' shou in. this county will develop and Marines ily. He has been in the Navy one
issue. Tom accused Joe at! being plnved I Wale It Is true and this Is Into permanent assistance for this We cannot do this successfully I year and this Is his first furlough

hard-headed. "I may be hardheaded The bride given( in marriage hv i to the everlasting credit of the loup of children. without self-sacrifice and selfdenial I since he enlisted
." replied Joe "but I'm not her father wore a white tailored | American people that there Mrs. Durrance kindly asks that greater than we have known o 0 0
> are more people each church be given an opportunity In the J. P. Parkerson spent the week
obslnate-there's a difference you suit and a corsage of orchids. : today who owni past fifteen months of our I
know." "Sure I know," replied I| Mrs. W. J. Avery. sister of the i sournment securities than at any to contribute to this fund at''. war effort 1 end here with his parents Mr. and
Do\A da, "a nigger is hardheadedand i bride and matron nf honor. wore 1I a I i time In the history of the nation Easter Service Sunday April 25th. The women In this county will be Mrs. C. H. Parkerson. He is with
a mule is obstinate." I blue suit and a corsage of pink I' the !simple facts of the matter are. Each organization is also asked called upon to do a man-sized Job 'I the Navy forces and stationed'. at
: oses or the history of the world Hive ,0 this_ worthy cause.. : in the Second War Loan sales. Melbourne.
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Sot W J Arey was host man. j.-I is not enough.If of our men have doubled their r'e-I .
Despite,.all blue! signs you see a- Ushers were: J. Louie Carter" and the people of Okeeolvibee Is SP l1slbJliUes, More have left for Gfenn Chandler' arrived ,home
round cautioning folks againsf'loose O. ,H. Hunt.A I I I County, and every county Andtorn .Legislature Now.the fightingwfrontsJ 04.1' this week. and is Speondl11 f hh 'tur.' '= __
talk". the rumor boys a"e hAvIn? I loctptloh at tIle c.hul'dannex ;![ fli ''tWa nrln,ere to'; 'lueet! the Job Is right on our| doorstep, ttuify herewith' htf""parents/; :'

another Roman Holiday. They are I followed the ceremony. j I I their full measure of responsibility In Its Third Week now. to see that Idle or misspent and Mrs. John Chandler He is with
so eager to let you In on the "know"! The couple will reside in Delray they muit loan their govtrn.neni money does not put the brake on I the army and is stationed at Camp
and slip you the confidential" that 1 1 Beach following a wedding trip i I ) mr war effort. I Butler, N. C. He says that army
you aren't even asked to "lend an ''h.wuh the central part of the essentials I With Few Bills In'' We may be proud of the War life Is not bad after you get in it
ear"-they and start to revise downward I and get accustomed to the
just grab you I state our Ideas about Savings record of this county to ways.
pouring the Information. Here area Out or! town guests for the wed- hat essentials are. In other words date, we have shared in its success. o 0 0
, tew samples: Bovce Williams! will [ din: were" Miss Freda Zander and you and von and I must go on nnt Tallahassee' Apr. 20. (FNS)-En- But we have been going through abeginner's I Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Wilson received -
be a candidate for Governor with I I Mrs. Josie Long Fort Meade; Mrs. .-out basis. filnir its third week. the Florida' course as American women a letter ,this week from their
Spessard's official blessing-Holland EI'1:est Dopp Canal Point; Miss I There are at the present time T.Rlsiatiire had still to take action fighting for victory. I son Marvin in which he say that
won't run against Claude-Holland I Mary Collar and: Mrs. Hugo Boe. 'HI1II110ns 111 liquid funds 0:1 the financial problem. A few I I The government has asked Its I he la again about to be sent to sea I
WILL rim against ClaudeDeweyDye Pahokee; Miss Barbara Collar. Belle cash and commercial bank: deposits bills aimed In this direction have citizens for a loan of 13 billion dol- I and that ,this time he expects to
Is the boy. he's a sure shot for Glade; Mr. and Mrs. J, Louise Carter ] In the hands of the American teen proposed Including a sales I!; tars to be pledged in April. Great ''. be aboard a destroyer Marvin has
Governor Nuts. Bill Shands will and Mrs J Hllbert Sapp, West : people over and above taxes debt tax, a tax on luxuries and amuse financial Institutions and corporations seen active service in foreign waters
be tie next Chief Executive Lex I' Palm Beach: Mrs. L. E. Jennings. 1 repayment Insurance and their ments transfer of funds from special of the nation carry tremend and the ship he was on was sent
Green can't be beat and he's I' II investments to the bottom in the Invasion of
a sure! Miami present In government accounts to general revenue ous amounts of war financing.It .
bet-Keep your eye on Mark Wllc"x bonds over and above wlunt abolishment of boards commissionsand is the tens of millions ot{ people Africa. Since that time he spent a
--Don't: forget Fuller Warren they can buy this year because of services and the like-but no like those of our county InvestingIn | furlough! with his parents and later
MUlard Caldwell didn't he In a number of bills of vital Importance I the restrictions was sent to Norfolk, where he will
say or unavailaMty of tax source has been provided to these War Loans who make the
WOULDN'T run--Then there's always I lezislators have failed to I consumer goods. This may amount place the $000.000 of old age re'I' final goal possible. Neither we nor again ship from.
Stafford Caldwell and Jerry provide public notice other than to as much as 40 billion dollars non revenue and the $1.500,000 they could carry this financing 00.
Carter, bless their little courageous the posting on a court house door I this year. county aid lost when gas restrictions alone It must be now, all together. Tech. Sergeant Ray Bass left
hearts! I which in ninety-nine cases out of a It should be the obJective of every caused the cutting of racetrack A year ago the Idea of 50 million Tuesday to return to Camp Davis
4 0 0 hundred adds up to no notice at N. C. after
American to Invest these "loose" funds from horse racing. Americans owning I government spending a ten days
The' Dry Cleaning and Laundry I all. 1 0 billions In government securities. No action has been taken on the bonds would have seemed unbelievable furlough here with his mother Mrs.

Bert had its dirty linen washed in State Senator J. Graham .Black. Now, during this Second War Loan, Governor's suggestion that a 3c tax Today It is a fact. But it Angle Bass and o 0 family.0
the House lost week when Rep. E. I is the time to Invest liquid funds be levied on cigarettes and is generally is not enough.
who succeeds the late R. Stanley: I
Clay Lewis Buck Hancock and a I !, from both current Income and from conceded that this proposal I) We aren't asked the Impossible. Muriel Dalgneau arrived home
Adrm as Senator from the Thirteenth I
few others took this price-fixing I I pest accumulations In your govern- is not acceptable to legislators who I, Payrolls have increased. Hoarded Saturday from Fort Benning, Ga"and
body over the jumps and through I District was appointedchairman I ment This Second War Loan makes are confident some other means will dollars still lie idle. Extravagant Is spending a ten days f1l'lougl1with
the ringer on a bill to abolish It of the Important Senate | available to you a type of security be found. dollars are still spent. his parents Mr. and Mrs. F.
Judiciary "C" Committee. This Is
which! carried by a vote of 82 to 10. I for every pocketbook. While slow to enact any revenue This month we are facing the E. Dalgneau at Bassinger. He has
one of the few times that a laymen
I' been in the mote than
Only Parker of Leon had a kind rather than a lawyer has been entrusted This Is not only a patriotic duty 'taws an appropriation calling for cost and responsibility of total war. army
I and that the
"'ord for this regulatory bureau with the post. A successful but a duty to yourself as well. $175000 has been voted for hog"cholera It must be done for \lctory. We year OK after says get llfe.ln in. armyIs

which was apparently "caught with turpentine operator and planter. Every dollar which you have available serum an Increase of $25,- must keep equipment and supplies I you* *
Its pants down" A pleased and I 000 over last and that forward In flow
'Black Is qualified to render service now and do not Invest in gov- year provides : moving a steady to i Amarillo Army Air Field, Amar-
grateful public will bless the Gentleman o-r.ment securities Is "wild" dollar the money come from the general 1 our fighting men. 1
to Ms state! and his district. a lillo. Texas. Pfc. Gerald F. Leath-
from Oulf for his effort to I which may. togther with ItslIl1'ns revenue fund. ; Germany and Japan both have
Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
erman son of
relieve them of this yoke. In previous sessions no one ever | of brothers, turn Into a With this major problem still al made It plain to heir people that Leatherman of Okeechobee, Fla.,
o 0 0 I thought about monkeying with the I Frankenstein which will raise your matter for future consideration, it I 1943 Is the critical year of this war. has completed his course of studies
An attempt to rob the State Milk the is apparent that a 30-day session. We cannot be half-hearted In our
of where
'lock until the last day but acting I cost living to point aviation mechanic In this
as an
Board of Its price fixing powers was I on a bill Introduced by Thomas of Your dollar will be worth no more Is out of the question-It is more Second War Loan pledge any more Army Air Forces Technical Train-
met by an angry protest from Lake to place all of Florida In Central than the paper It is written on. In apt to go the entire 60 days, with than our troops can hesitate in School.
dairymen who swarmed committee I I much of the work still unfinished battle
short, this loose Is
] Time, the House passed the money likelyto His graduation from this technical
rooms and lobbies like flies arounda I V and Bond sales at the
j 48 39. If be the cause of a wild inflation Stamp
i I measure by a vote of to school now fits him for airplane
cow barn. Cowed legislators that will savings J. L, BARBER TRANSFERREDTO school Monday of last week were Yj
Floridians east
the Senate concurs, sweep away your maintenance and life will be sent to
quickly pulled In their horns and I of the Apalachlcola River can ariseto and send the price of a loaf of > JACKSONVILLE OFFICEOF approximately $500. An even larger some air ,base where he will assist eI
the bovines and consumers will con. sale it In the elementary
greet "The Dawn's Early LIGHT" bread beyond what you now makeIn ARMY ENGINEERS in keeping America's Flying Fortresses
tinue to be milked I Instead of pre-dawn darkness. a year. It can't happen? It grades for Friday. I in the air for Allied victory.
000Despite 0 0 did in Germany I And it could J. L. Barber who has spent several I wish, to announce that the I In addition to completion of the
the old adage "You can'tlegislate I i I II While It Is generally known and happen here. days of this week in Okeechobee Okeechobee Civic Club. has donated schedule of academic and practical

morals", both House and ,| understood that the range cow is On the other hand, the dollar with Mrs. Barber and children, $10 to be given as prizes in the studies as an aviation mechanic he
Senate rolled up their sleeves and I Barred in Florida, little has been loaned to your government will left Wednesday)) to return to Willis- schools for the students who buy has been thoroughly drilled In mil
passed a flock of "prohibits" with :I I cald! About the wandering hog. An wcrk for you In three ways: (1) Itwill ton where he has ''been stationed In the largest amount of bonds this itary tactics and defense and a
penalties so stern and severe as to I j attempt by Rep. Fuqua of Manatee help hold down Inflation because the office of the United States Army month. This money will be dividedas course of physical training that has
make even an Arabian eunuch I ti: pass local legislation that would I I it will .be harnessed to war Fnglneers He will leave that city I follows: A first prize of $3 for conditioned him to meet all requirements -
watch his step. Oversight in this I keep rooting porkers out of other work: (2) It will help buy .the food, Sunday for Jacksonville where her the student in the high school who of an American soldier.
purification program was failure to people's Victory Gardens stirred the MSe transportation, the munitions has been transferred with a very buys the largest amount of War V
provide any bluer and better Jails. House 'i passage of a local bill is usually front lines need to win the good --VT the one buying the second largest Riddle-McKay air field at Clewis

While an "Informed" public is the nothing more than a formality, soeager I Irht.!: and f3t It will be earning C, FARLESS WAS BURIED ,. amount. Also a first prize and second ton, spent Saturday and Sunday
strongest safeguard: a Democracycan I were some members to cast 1 Interest that, together with your LAST FRIDAY AFTERNOON prize of $3 and $2 for the pupils here with Mrs. Berka and daughter -

hive tMere Is a growing tendency their votes for free range that they original lean, will come back to Funeral services were conducted I I in the elementary school These j I i., Jo An.
on the part of officials and couldn't wait for a general bill to I you later to help you buy the for T. C. Farless last Friday after prizes are for bonds bought in the --

lawmakers alike to dl+lard this put in an appearance, so they' things vou cant buy today to noon at 1 o'clock at the Okeechobee I I name of the students only. Albums laying about the home or
truth There may have been a time romped all over poor Ben's effort to Insure your piece of the future.So cemetery with Rev. Wilbur Haze- ,, Also from an Individual, a one office and It is an earnest request
in our pioneer days when the postIn I protect his own county. The bill let's not quibble about It Let's I lief officiating month pass to the Gilbert TheatreIs from our government that they be I
? of a notice on a court house passed, but not until 20 Irate legis- not shilly-shally and debate Let's I Mr. Farless had been ill only offered' to the student who sells filled with stamps and Immediately
door, concerning an act of government ''otors had expressed vigorous dig down Into our pockets; Vt's' about two weeks When he developeda the largest amount of bonds In or turned Into War Bonds. Students
I .affecting the! Interest or welfare "Nays". O"t those dollars out of the dark heart ailment which took him out of school.These'several. ho have partly filled Stamp Albums
of a private citizen or the! people o 0 0 ''Ida., md Invest them In this Sec- | away Thursday morning prizes will be awarded are asked to make all effort'
as a whole might have been A House resolution introduced by nd War Loan Remember those V-- from the stage of the Gilbert to complete them and turn them In
considered "adequate", but ,* does Emcwene Commander of Holmes boys out there. They! give their I Mr. and Mrs. ,W. I. Lawson and Theatre the night of May 1. at the postofflce or to myself and
not hold true today. Public Interest county, would require legislators to lives-you lend your money. daughter of Clewiston spent Sunday The presentation. will be some time receive their bonds. : ?.. ,
makes it Imperative that such, "hand sing one verse of "America" We in Okeechobee County are of and Monday here visiting with between 8 and 9 o'clock.There Mrs. Austin Pearce, Chairman,
notices appear In the public prints. (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two) friends and relatives. are hundreds of Stamp Woman's War Savings Division&o





"They give their lives! ->ou lend CANTATA WILL BE GIVEN I' "SITTING IN WITII I NOTICE OK APPIirATION FOB .. front door if the county I NOTICE

' your money" AT TINE MUST BVPTIST TIlE tAWM \KERS" TAX DEED 1 I )hoimc at Okeephnhee, Flnrldii, 'ralluhn"a4.. 1"lurhluInrrh JJ Hill:
Law. uf 19,15 ll'ii' fur mill and sell to the hlitheiit I :Mil'H'E I t. hereby given that the
I rill'RCII SUND\V. M :Sollll Id \lll-r<>ll\ KlMII Illlll ln'Kt bidder for caidi the fullunliiii) "Mule/ Ron rd of hiliiuitlini of the State ,
Basil Bowden, who Is employed at (Continued from Page One) I). 1'lntr, holI"t Int ('.' I '." "', |irnnrtlitrntid| and ululate I of Flurldii will offer for unlp and r-
mti No 114, IMIIIM! the 01 h \ OkiHliohne ountr. Flnitda to wit i I the impitttlve bldrt\ at lalluhiiHHpe,
Sabring spent Sunday here with Rev D. O. Alderman, pastor of and salute the flag each morning. of fulv A n. 1r! '(). him. rated mum From the I l Mmiioik nienn.lir ..". Klnrldn, April' :7th lim at 12 otliikmi. ,
his family. the First Baptist Church here announces i Such an attempt to legislate patriotism my office hoe mode application ,m-r nn Wmt Ilm' of 101... 3J T. : "n. fur. the foltowing diitirlhed limit
a Tax Deed to be liHiii-d thereon. 37 8. It. 31 I'!" run S M> ileg 41: l '
In OM:n: MOUrK ((01NIV, KIOK
that young girls choir of I is hardly called for and Certificate embrace the following I mill K, Inn1.33 feel on and\ alnnii IDA :

Dr. T T Coleman returned to the Baptist church will render a besides it would be an infringementon eerlbed property In the County tin III' ';:i'i; \ :nndi r line tu "point All Unit part of Keitlnii 10 lying
nf b
I hence H 21I
I his home here Sunday after spend- Cantata at the church here next Rotarians and Boy Scouts. Okeechobve State of Florida, to. : :I mill F:. HIIMJ fiMt Thence, F. 1t1: .l.7 I north "l f tlu Sitilinmd, HnllrutnlHI .
:\ "% "f :\\\"'. "f xn>4 HH Shi nf \\t\\, 'l'o\\nohl\1| ;.10 HoulhIliuiffi .
ing two weeks at Tallahassee i Marl- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. This Start this tort of thing and some :Iwp 37 I II K<'. :I..,. iiuiinliilnit I \feel, : II13:Iheiiii'.0" "feet:Ninth to 0 the deg llnneorknlenudpt 21 mlnV :' II I: l.nxl) enntnlnliiff, approxInintrh -
anna and choir Is will want the to in urpH I ,. 5X1 ill 11.mu.... in I.,daI'hla .
composed of eighteen young guy boys stop line, 1 hum'e N. (Ml ill, 11r.
Chipley.0- I girls led the middle of debate end sing The eeiiciiment of mild I mln 11:11.7: leil In I lie pulntif utlre l. |iiil>llnhed In ronipll-
by Mrs Merle a
Bartlctt vllh SutlniiK'Tnni' und 2700ftI
ender 0111,1'tltklll,I ) ,' Umml 1 lielnnliiK" vnhilnlnir 2137ncrtH iinii'
Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert Culbreth Everyone Is cordially Invited. 'I'm a Little Prairie Flower." llu, nnim nf S. I Ii I'lntt nug inure nr \Unit, AM) lung and I lurlila "stntutPi of 1041.'I .
spent yesterday in Miami, Mr Cul- ---y ---V dime in)III Certlflratie\ Khali be I being, In Sec, 12. 'r. :IT H U. 81PilHl hI' "' liile Kunrd nf t-duciirlnn:, 're.
---- give their lives lend deemed arronllnit to law property i : ('niintt' of Oki-irhubie. Mute xirviM tin right In reject any and nil
breth attending to business while. !'FOMVR LOW: you n'rlhpil l therein duel) he mid to the uf Florida. I hi|,IHllv.
Mrs Culbreth Visited friends. MAKING your money." rat bidder at the Courthnnie door I Mihl" iiruierty| will lie mild In aeiord order nf tin Stnte Ilunril of T.i\\,
PKOOKfSS: -.- -- ------ the flmr Mnndnr In the month .." iilth: the terniN nf pair) final de ,teal Inn of the Stnte uf FlnrldiiSpiHsiird .
-0- I Mm 11111(: \\hlili I I- tin. :Int day ,u.i. ,i,,nil 1 ,In .ml.fHie' Ii'rins nf the I.. 11,111111,1.Jov..rllor,
Mrs, T H. Jones of Vine Grove, (Continued from Page Onelto Legal Advertisements Miv, inn! "//,1 final deirisT ,Shoal : Colin FnirMahNJITItH:
I \V I'O\'JlI.Y. ..TrSpiclal .,
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Ky, arrived here Sunday niGht and a good start but to meet ourquota NOTHf; OF INTENTION TOPIl I IInII.. II V'T.RItSONClerk : ___ __ __ __\ MnmurNOIKII __ _, ,. -y
I Is spending two weeks h'reIth of $24000 it will be necessary tOil I.\..HUh: OlM'KIU t Circuit Court nlOkeechobee h I
her parents, Mr and Mrs. Barney for i OK I.(1(' \L' I'FltKI, \TI()V County, : i iokuiholiei ; Ok"'b..I"'I''oullty., rinrldit,
everyone who has been a regular .; 'I'Iet r iN 111:iii:in' 1IYI'I'hnt: lirull( Court Hoal) Count( "PI\"rldnprll ) Vprll 111! 1':1' :I
Blum. i purchaser of bonds to "doubleup" 1"1 tin m-ni.li) ,n ,,f MI.. I KlMlutiiri" .. if tho 12, 1013NO't't1S :\11'1'11'1'; .IS .nr.itim OI\KV.I That
--0-- Mull" hlc NOTIf I: ')'() ( IIt-III'fIlIl. !I' InItIWmn( :, I'hit\ | I, ti Si Hun II uf ( Inn pier l ;.i'fl:\ .
) IIIprll
!' this month Also those who I i ,\ 'I Jlrl': : |Iil'II'\f: | ; ,,::'h" ;innlilliil,; Iii:;: inn.I"r : IN: TIIH ('OJ'WI'i ni run ('nt':N; tu fiiitlon II uf Chapter lsJKI: ( {I"roll""t Mnrldnitn" II17' knuwn n*
Albert Blum left Wednesday to have not for one reason or another ...i. I ii Iii. pu"' .111/1'1 nl/' '| i.'hll nr \liiuilI. .n'rCr. OKr.rcnop.Fi: i '\ 1.N if t.'ln.II., .4cti 19147. known ftI l In-, Itl'IMC1'. Ihi fulluwlnff dnmrllied -
return to Baltimore after spendingtwo been able to 'get In the l glliG(1.' ( th,' NiiliHliiini' vihlih I 10 .'1.011111.In I'r hat". .' MU Itl'IIY ACT, the following de'ribed lurid In Okm'hubi'e luiinty
fight" on ix f. lluwflVu In re pKfnte of land In Okeichnhee Cnitnti. //1.1, ,,, Hill) In illircd fur mile at
weeks here with his parents tine. home front must start buying .I.'t rilnllnif\ 1 in Vruruln.liHrnliniKi ( '. IUTllllm:\ nl\.lml.\S.: .. will lie offered for aulo\ lit pnl' .Hi. null' 'rv far the hltfhent nnd
Mr and Mrs Barney Blum, Albertis bonds and buy 'till it hurts and Mult-lit' ii draining/ dIN I I>?{'...", I"" ontirr fur tha highest and, brat plus) III.I. Hiilijut Iii thi right nt '
in the United States Merchant (irl.l, olxllnic' under tin Inn'* of To all r.Pllttulint! nil:1 pernini I ,-. each bid anhject 11 the right urI the Irimleee nf th.. Internal Improve-
the time is now.Committees I lnrlilii, : inn.'nillnu exlHtlnir lawsO'LU14r Inir plnlnm or demand-\ ,," ... Truatiie uf thi. Inliinil, Impru\ .. mini ,rnnil In reject mil and all hide,
Marine and this Is his first visit tit 11" i uurl llini'i'. it' In .1. M. on the
Ib"r"t" mild bids
have been formed : i nliirirlnir and lie estate : "- Food tu rej.'it am ami all ,
. home in seven jears from different tlnlnir (the \\1'''.(. and xcnpe uf \nn, and eaiu of yin, ire hi,\, I the Court Iloine, at 10 A\L otlhr .7li: ( dnof Mn11111: Knaement
organizations in I I tin' Hlnlrlil, mill the |power and notified. and quired I tu \pieaent ( day nf MII1)11. liiainientfir: for rund right uf way 200 feet wide
-0- Okeechobee and they are out to ,lilt h'. ..f MM mime 'mill, |IIN| linnrdnf \ Inline and' deinnndii\ nhlih M>II,. .. mad right uf n'in. Jim' f. .'t Mill\ I lie nhlih reBiried there fruin la any exlatlnfMnli parcelIhrnnith
Mrs, Eugenia Simmons and Miss help in this war and will be miiiiiliiHliiiera; : providing: torwuh'r either if inn innv have nunltut ) hA reaorred frnin nny111'''''\ KniidHi nn
glad I I iiiitrol nnil I fur drainage mtnfe uf I\lIlhh'I'1I Itelimiinn. vhhli there U an exIniltiK .. '
Constance home II In I': .t'W ( ur nf Mtt
Finger returned *
to help In r""lutnntlnl.. protiMtlnn and con d I. lute I, uf '
you making your bond: Okeiilinlni ( ininti. Flo.l Koadnf 1 uf v\1'1 ,, run 8 10 ilm. 1:! n chaN .
Wednesday morning from Miami, purchases Committees from the ervntlnn (if the /hind"' within theIilntrlit to the Hun(, TP C"u"ly..7r.. (' H\\'>.. run 's HI ilm. i l': 1 ,'h.. : to ('haV), 1 i Im. See .'I. 'romp.|
where they spent several days with tad for the' ron."rvntlnuand Indue 1 of Okeechohen (nunM, .t Hig' n I nf NW I'nrY "s\V' i< I :r I'. flit,., 11n: 1.r r4.a. ,
I different clubs are as follows I ,,, de\ili\ |'mint nf the niitnrnl ri> "fflie In, the Countv onrtho"." N HI ,Im. 11'R f Pha Si, ', JD. 1'11'1'| I 1 1Ti lut H, II lui.k .'. 1'0111111'.11 I'lliei
Mr and Mrs. Cam Simmons and Okeechobee Civic Club: Dave Co- "r"I'. tlu>ri>ln : ir.nl.llnii for thopngmrnllon OkiiphoiiPi., Okpchobee County. :I Kii> :M: 1 m'r.'n, I Mltlnn.'
I | and 11.1"1'11| / nf n Ida, within th"N TIII'o1TJoI'q: or 'I liD IN'rlslt1.IMPItO'FMENT : : '
Malcom Simmons who is stationed0 eight month from lltlSHM'' or) 1IIB 1NTFRN\L
I ker, chairman ; Rev Alderman and "ngir'ht'ns114''| i Inn( ( of n i'liiiniitl,HItixinii : 111'I I
,mil ante ot the first pat tlenttnn "" 1 : Fl :Nil OF) I Im'\lO\\lr-\ : : FI\'Nil( OF 'rileS'r.l'I'I
Rev How ell. Okeechobee Lions >'iiillinrll\, iliitlK\d"h"1II11I11I1/mil lumpeinimliin|14,04 r All ilnlmM mid di m"null. nut prpai I STATE: or rioitmv ': or" rtuKir
with the naval fortes in that place. Club: Allen Markham, chairman "r the lilmrlifa, ufflir" andng4'uto within tin Ume .mil In the I Iprewrllied I I 11\ Kov It. linnlirion Ajti ntrnnteci llv toy K Uaulerann, Avtentj
: '
Ililny) nod ill ti' herein hnll, lie hat'n.il T, J. 111011, Okrrrll"lure' i TruntiPH I J. r. rnndOkei'ihnlice ,
Mrs W W Echoles of Jackson- i : rmltilnit the
Leo Oreenburper and Tom Nix Fu- mi..mil of llu ,in] \nlnrem tilt unitIhi prutldid I by" JIInllt..1 \\'. Count J. Florida I County riorldn\ '
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ville spent the week end In Okee- Mirch nth A. -- -- -- -- -- 0-
ture Farmers of America : President 1 ,"'rJl"." r"rl'hh'h tinMini'. ( n 1041
chobee with her pamts Mi and Sylvanus Harden. mill In imeil Hint n" ntiinnilinontiiihnnireH \\'ILI.r.I 1 D, IBM'II. '"
Tiny Watford tnndlOpntlnim At .VlmlnUirnt.' r '
or correct- mm "" I I
Mrs. B K. Padgtt and family.0 and Chas. Hargrave ,1'inn '1.r"'o"1"11I1'111.l'hl'h\ ( \ would mm x" "f th. F.-"I.' ( ul t K" /

-- For the Women's Division, Mrs niter I llu ImnlnrliH. of I the MB' Pclnrmnn, nO"8..rl. I I From where 1 Isit
i rl.l t r""II" nut fir th.111,10\ ,In ---- Rate})
% .
Austin Pearce Is appointing com- Ihi HlHlrlit or ihmiiti tin un"untof i l'J'IIFJ: Crlt'I'r/ | | | I'OI'li'I'| I
sinjECTT em'units mittees from each grade In the elementary the Hi'ht ir\lip TnNbleh tin! TIn: :NINIH TIIUMU/ ) ( ') t: I I H4v
fURI"T. It'.nril I I. ;nithnrl/iMl In 1m nml( \ ci 1'11') ) or 'I'IIH $1.4'r 1 F: ';:;
S'iENTiST"Probation I --
| and high schools but at I Imp i.,' mi tin ,Ifindfl, In tu) inrliuiHmil \ I I.'IllltllM I\ \NP I OK lu :
the time this / 'H| IIlIlh..rld"ll! the 'iHaiinnec ofrifnnlliiE I'lIrllll-\:\r: i'OI'VI''I) ) i
article h being written j i ; ;
bond" : nrnrldlng fur the IN: <'II\N('l> ltY. Joe Marsh
After Death" is the I ;
I do not have a list of the (rtlflintliin IIlId I inlleillon nf M* : 4ii-GJ;
subject of the lesson-scimon which i mittees Each club is out to com-I r. flilnu thn omiionnaili.ii of Taxudiiimira M-iNstiin" '' l i I., mn f :
.\ Tax riilleeturn anil I IM, i.uM:'! ( i
will be read in Chinches of Christ. j best to be "tops" In gross bond 4'14'rke' if llu fir. nil Scientist throughout the world on I sales So if purchase own to Hlatrlit tnxn : defining midiiinslrnlnir MM/ T. M I. IIP) l COM ) I
you your
i tin. ii'rinln.i1'''ir\ of PI liOl.LIa it or K\iii i
Sunday April 25 i bonds j I ham Abernethy always said: history. More'nh.ilf VnuV"'k
or have some club] committeeman liwn rilallnu 'In tlio IHmrl.tinnndlngi "1',1'1'1-.1 I 1':01\: IN I 1.\11. ) i
The Golden Text Is: "God will I purchase them for you, let Clniptir\ 11717. I.A\\ of SON. 'I'IIJo.I"'I'BI I : | :|1I 01) ) 'Cuiloslty may kill a cat but beer-nolhinjc\ (.r. ,\nd the
Hnrlilnitn, of 1'1'11.I hnptir "<.* in/ SI"HF, .1. TOM I
redeem my soul from the power of I It be known to them what club or 11(1111( : 1.1I1\.t l.rlilii\ Ait. of W ..11'0TTfllI'' | | :-; :" } : i'm no cat." Which Is Sam's way go\riniient found that gelling
the grave for he shall receive me" 1111! (hnptir 17103. Invn of Flor I.PNPRU: Oh 'MP |
organization you want" to have the ; ( saying that when he's curious 3.:! beer in Army camps is one
'Psalms 49:15). "III.rl.. rr11:17(: Chapter 1027, S'I'.t'I'I l \ :, and \TIMN ) I
: I credit This is all good friendly I law of rlnrliln' \cta of lull\ : M\lll. II\\MVVII\I.| ) |' i i 4'11"' Nl bout something he goes out reason why our Army Is 10 tem
Among the citation which i rivalry and may the hardest working Iniplir) Oli"q 1.111"t Florliln fWl. IlIl'I'I.'ITln: op 1 I ., .d gets the facts.
the lesson-sei mon Is the \1. i.f Hill linlir jm.sj 1.11\1'" sun si .Yin, ii a nu'11 i perate.
comprise I club win the honors. I of PlirliliM' (, if HUt( nnil with ('n.It"I"' the 'I'R1'S 1 1: ) I Seems feels
following from the Bible: "For if I I| Sales so far for the month as ( int llmltlnir Hi" ,mnorntltt' nf the ins: ; or inn I IN i our government From where I sit there Isn'tmuch
f ri "Ii' I"rlf"1I1..11iI"'II"n.. Om IHtNM: IMl'KOVi. I the same way. After hearing rumors about
we believe that Jesus died and rose I 1 ir v : : cause to worry our ;
checked Thursday noon of last ..1TI'n .i.M, Knur III Fire ((1)Tlirlit JI'r: I I'I'//. (Ili TIM, l !
again even so them also which I| week with Postmaster Tom Pitts I 451.l :ship ((0 'lft\.I. CHI "T.I'I"; or 10'1.111111'.1.i i about our soldiers drink. men In the Army. Looks like

sleep In Jesus will God bring with totaled $4.500.00. This is a good !Fait iI"'nt,711''.ni'M,,'" ,i"7l.:1 I"htIhr.. Six)r..i-lilit" t ivll: \. 1'1.11110. :,I Iv I InOl. !liiX too much government people they can take care o' themselvesand

him Wherefore comfort one an- I start but we will have to buy many OIIL' hmnlrnl, "lIu101\ nf sold I IHinntpr .\ M.llt"u. I went after the facts. They take care o' the Nazis and
1"717. nnioniloil 5,1,1S4'etrona 111,1,11', I;'r .M.. 1i t !
other with these words. (1 Thess more bonds in the next week to 111 got the evidence on what our the Japs, too.
)Kirn m Four '141( and\ fuiilnnm ) i iNOTMh
4:14.: 18)Mercy) reach that quota of $24000. I '\InolMK1< of -nil\. Chanter 2mnsnml j I boys drink and don't drink
_V ripnnllnir ill 1'111" In mnfllitIn lit'I t'T1at'N ft.II.U i i01'11'
the virtues is like II W. R Page ( ,ronlthPiilnl :-; i :: i< i i-rm; : ; I\KN: : : The government found out 11f.MJ(
among Chairman Okeechobee County I llil. tu ill 20. 1"HI uiiil.) i r (net h\ 1'1"1"1'1'" Unit 1"11111'1I"'r \ our Arm}.'" the best Behaved in 80e (
the moon among the stars,-not so War Savings Committee no\ui nr ('(n"ilIO'F.nq! Inn' "t"," cnfi.red In till. .
sparkling and vivid as many but I *r "I'' i.vrIt1L.\PES DRAINAGE: on Hie. Zlith( dill .Mnrih 4. II. 1" |
I )I"THH"r" tin 111"10".1".1, .I "Sp4'hlt| | | \I'"I-l't \, ]
dispensing a calm radiance that "They give their lives-you lend IH "IiK R. TINNINT: : liilnn n u Hi I ,. I I' w.") 'Ii il''M ,.f i II| "n
hallows the whole.-Chapln. I your money," I, (hnlo'I1I"i :Inl .Im ,,1' Mn\\ \ H 111( :: I "fun' Ao. Si of a Series Copyright, 1943, B".inllruJlUlry Foundation

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har and
more mort today the ground er.wi-

MISUNDERSTANDING ABOUT OUR PRICES FOR the boy back-stag who keep them ticking and upon "

I whose skill and prosecution of war and

LABOR ON REPAIR WORK, DUE TO THE INCREASED I production so much depends.

Just such groups compos the maintenance forces of Florida '
Motor Lines. too the
They, art uniung-behnd-th-scn! .

WE WISH TO LET THE PUBLIC KNOW stalwarts to" whom we owe so much of our ability to "keep t

'em rolling

JUST WHAT OUR PRICES ARE. Yep-they are all fine performers Intelligent, hard

working loyal specialists result of of train-
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ing. These boys are in there swinging with both hands to ,

squeeze every ounce of performance out of existing equip- .t

First Class Mechanic $2.00 per Hr. ment-irreplaceabl. equipment For war's extra burden on .,P4WM O w

Second Class Mechanic transportation takes heavy toll/ and brings hard hours to M
m __ .__ 1.25 per Hr.
keep today's transportation fleets up to pre-war standardsof

Mechanic Helper __ m 1.00 per Hr. safety and comfort.

Welding in Our Shop ______ __ __.__, 3.00 per Hr. You can just lay your "hard-earned" on these fellows to "

do a bang-up job. They're real soldiers good, solid ti \

Welding on Outside Work .n ,,_ 4.00 per Hr. Americans who have shown a willingness to work like fury,

Tractor Mechanic outside when few will ever know the importance of their labors.
2.50 per Hr.

UNION BUS STATION N. E. lit Strut it 3rd Ave Phone 3.4605
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If you will check up on these prices in the surrounding

territory we are sure that you will find them to be in




your euipment should be held up six or eight weeks .

waiting for parts, please blame it on Hitler, not us.

We wish to thank our many Customers for their Iu .

patronage and patience.


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Advice To The Lovelorn .

By Auntie-Trlpleiblns Purple and Gold News"FOR

Spring's here but Cupid doesn't THE
seem to be having much trouble
with our young men and women In A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL"
O. H. S. You see I can't advise
when I'm not asked for advice.

FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1943
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I week end. Too, he brought a Navy I for the F F. A. contests! to be heldin I
THIS WEEK Dopey DoingsI pal home with him, that both June Pahokee, were decided upon The ParentTeachersThe
ind Doits liked mighty well So parlimentary law c011t St11I be I
fly I Recly DoLIUIc I I it's let the best sister win. won by Tiny, Jack D., Charles H., Parent Teachers Associationof
Gilbert Theatre It was no April Fool last week Teillee hasn't been too happy for L, P. Silvanus, and Jack C. The the Okeechobee Public School JOB
when my little column was! left out II the past week or two because well, public speaker is to be Silvanus met oi> Thursday afternoon April 8
Okeechobec of the Purple and Gold News, cause I guess you know Glen has gone to I Harden, Harris Anderson in the in the audltoilum The teachers
I Just hadnt \been around and I I I California, That's a might fer piece, harmoni"a contest and Charles, were all present, but only a few
thought old man Cupid had gone'on However, Skeeter true love never I Tiny, SUvanui, and L P. are to parents attended the meeting. ) A H E.. !
a strike, but his week, It looks dies form the quartet. They are expect- The program was several skits
Friday & Saturday like there's spring and love in the I Just which one of he boys Is it I ing to come back as the winners of presented by some of the High .
air.It that likes Zelda, or which one does all contests: School students and was! thoroughly ;
looks like love strikes the fancy I Zelda like Harry, Paul, Simeon, Jo, I Their farm Is coming along fine I enjoyed by those present. .
CHARLES STARRETTIn of true younger boys and girls the'', or Ellis? Anyway, they always seem I and Is expected to be harvested In The executive committee recommended I
most. This week Raulle and Mike I to have a good time together. : the near future They have about to the members that the
have almost come to blows over the' I Just can't be atellin all the ex- three acres of string beans, and Parent Teachers Association buy the War .
attractive Jo Ann Berka but I can't j changing of class rings just yet about two acres of mixed vegetables I five hundred dollars worth of war !
much blame them We say let the cause I can't be sure, but the Junior ;: such as Irish potatoes, tomatoes, bonds out of the cafeteria fund to
best man win I'm sure that Bill class you know got theirs and okra, turnips, corn and carots. We be used in the future for cafeteria I

Melvyn DOUGLAS Greta OARBO beat Mike's time with Ernestine, of course some of the boy friends I expect to use part of this for our improvements This recommenda-I
cause> Ernestine is wearing a mighty I wanted to exchange with the girl banquet which is to be held soon. tion was accepted, and
In pretty bracelet now. Bytheway, I'' friends, And that's the way it In case you are buying any bonds Pearce was appointed to purchase '
"TWO FACED forgot to mention that Jo Ann and 'i goes, I please pledge! them to the F. F. A the bonds for the P. T, A, It was I i' 'ding the -:
Mike had exchanged friendship Clyde the lucky stiff. I bet he's ----V-- I I, voted to make another contributiont
WOMAN"Also rings. Ada Jane was certainly lost I II forgotten lie's a one woman's man '> the Red Cross I
when Haynes was out of town last since he's been In Tallahassee : Just Remember The nominating committee report I I

New and Color Rhapsody: week. Raulle and Bill tried to keep I where all those beautiful girls are \> as accepted as follows: Mrs
her from being lonesome, but was to''' By I. American j
Are L P. and Juanell going 'i Mamie Alsobiook, president Mrs. .
unable to succeed Susan and Car- I I loneI' these who said' : ;
was a man
make us a new couple to talk about [ :.1! the World
Barry Elledge, vice president; Mrs .. i1g .
ter still seem to think that none : something about his country that.
i ? Betty Mae is happy that Jack '
H. H. Rauleison, treasurer: Miss ,
Sunday Monday other exist for them Mary Ellen I Duke has been deferred until school was very bad He said "I hate this Mary Ralfoid, secretary
Walker selects! her boyfriend from i Is out. Who's Sylvia's boyfriend : country: and wish I would neverI I
the tenth grade, and she claims La- I now, have sees much of her latelj I see It again." As it happened he'' Room count was not taken because I These difficult problems .lit
Errol FLYN Alexis SMITH Verne Hawlllef, Mary Virginia and i' Think the Senior play almost was heard saving this. Well, he was'I of the small attendance I before us. Business man g"I -

In"GENTLEMAN Edgar still are one of our most made a match out of Maron and put on a ship which was going to 1 Mrs. Austin Pearce reported that meat Hindi ready I* help
handsome couples Lucille and Ed- KaUnyn Look out Maron that' sea. Just before It reached the I through the school since October I solve them.
JIM"Also ward make a good looking couple i Gerald's girl other side he was transferred to an- 18 1941. over $4000 worth of War
too. Oh yes, he Gator Girl Scouts I', Did you see Harry Paul and Ellis other boat going in the opposite Stamps and Bonds had been soldi I It was\ business management
News and NoveltyWednesday are practicing a play entitled dating one afternoon after school inJerry's i direction. This was kept up for five I -- ---.. -.--- I that gave America the world's
Which Shall He Many?" They\ got '. car? Well, they did, and I I years with his never seeing land highest standard of living. It's
I gobs of girls anxious to get married Harry Paul was with Esther, and After about the third year he be- i Scrap Book News I business management that 14-
and they're all sisters, but who i i Ellis was with Dorothy. I gan to beg them to let him see the day makes possible our un
'In heck is gonna marry one of i Guess I've gabbed about enoughnow :! land of his country, but this was to I The work on the scrap-book has I precedented production.Businessmanaged .
them. One of them has got to be will see you next week. In the no avail. Some time during his fifth I begUn. We hope to have one even
Norma SHEARER Robt TAYLORin married Watch for the date, and mean time if vou have any real I year on the sea he died breathing : better this year than we did last. i tl. tri<
find out who Is looking for a wife, good dirt dish It out through the i the name of his country. companies have met every war
i The scrap-book is to be dedicated
ar.d what kind of a wife he picks I I This goes to show us what our I II need for electric power. Look-
box._____ "
news I
to the "Service Men of O, H. S. .
"HER CARDBOARD I Well I'se about to think that I II -----.V I country would mean to us If we I ing ahead, they had resent
We want to get pictures of all tUte
Porky and Jack are beginning to' stopped to think about It. In the power ready when the tt4

LOVER" I notice that there's some right pretTy I' F.F.A.News111e morning when you are saluting the | ed boys O.away H, S who, so at any one parents time attend-j or girl came.
: girls around school. 'Cause well, flag, think of this poor fellow.
friends who have pictures of these I American business management .
Thursday night they took Betty Okeechobee Chapter of F F Straighten up your line, be young l
boys, give them to Miss Finger or will play a big part in
Mildred downto held Tuesday American and and i I
Mason and Morgan A. their regular meeting women men saI I ,
any member of the Theta Beta soling our 'ns.S .
Coming Attractions Page's, and Friday night they night April 12 at the schoolhouse luie OUR flag with all your love I club I pO\HUr pi
took Juanita and Betty Barber on I and respect I have heard several
a picnic. Too, on that picnic was ence of Mr. Bill Page chairman of people say the pledge In a Also anyone who has any pictures
Juanita and Tiny and. Jack Duke I They were honored by the pres- I tic sort of way What sarcas-I I that they'd like to have In the scrapbook )
CRYSTAL BALL and Betty Mae. I hear they really' Okeechobee War Savings Committee soldiers think if they heard it said I i we would like to have them- /S: U' .I yrs

MY GAL SAL, had a good time 'I He gave an interesting and that way. Think of this and say i, maybe some candid shots or pictures 'o, ....,,r
heard that MaeIs the the with in it, and !: of the: school.
WHITE CARGO Have you Betty intellectual talk on Impoitanceof pledge feeling I I
now seventeen and she's never War Bonds. The Future Farm- remember the boys who come back I I I We will try to complete the scrap
been kissed' ? Is that light boys? era are to sell at least $900 worth from the front who kiss the soil of book sooner this year so everyone INVEST 10ft EVERY PAYDAY III
Some'em ought to be done about of bonds to buy a jeep, but they the good old U. S. A. I will have time to see it, I I

their lives lend that expect to sell $5 000 of bonds --- i That's all the news about, the ,
"They give -you I WAR SAVINGS BONDS
Leslie was home again last week, A short business meeting was car- "They give their lives-you lend strap book, now, but there'll be :
'q f your money end of course Betty had a superb ried on in which the participants vour money." I more next week.

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IF WE SHOULD LOSE THE WAR, life would not be worth the weapons to save the lives of many American boys Isn't ,

living. that alone worth every effort every economy you can make?

You bet it is!

"But we won't lose it," you may say.

There are seven types of U. S. Government securities to

Listen, brother-in this; world nothing's sure, unless you make
meet the needs of
every purse They the finest investment .

it so. in the world liberal interest, plus securities guaranteed by,

This month it's up to us here at home to do our part, and then Unce Sam himself.

some. to make Victory surer and quicker! To do it, we've A volunteer worker for the Second War Loan Drive may'

lend Uncle Sam 13 billion EXTRA dollars.
got to visit you soon. Welcome this unselfish patriot and buy all

the bonds But don't wait for that
you can. call. Go today
It isn't easy but war isn't easy and Victory isn't cheap. ,

to your bank, investment dealer, broker, post office or bond
takes and I ships
It money more money to buy planes, ,

tanks, guns and a million other things our boys must have to booth and invest to your utmost limit. Even. if it hurts, it's r

deliver that final I, paralyzing knockout punch. nothing compared to the agonizing impact of a bayonet thrust,

a flesh-tearing torpedo fragment or a bone-crushing bullet.

And it's a whale of a lot easier for us at home to lend our So dig deep, bother, and do it NOW!

money than for our boys to fight through the hardships and .
We urge you to buy more War Bonds this month than
dangers of deserts, swamps, jungles, ice-fields and sub-infested
ever before and we ask you to buy them through the Okeechobee

Lions Club as our organization will get credit for each sale of ,

Just think Every extra bond you buy will help' provide bonds that is made through it.



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Home Service I'll it .home '
say was car ,
year everybody did.Didn't .
1- service. Just ask my missus. !

!? think much about It, or We got a new daughter-in-law r e R; a f4 ,', z
now and I'm a grandpop and Ben ,
know much about it either. Bandages
goes back to camp with his eyes shin x ', V I
knitting sweaters, and the like
that's ing and his chest out. It might have ,....,F.. ;
what it seemed like then and I tt
was for it just as a matter of been pretty bad though. <
course. A' .r' .r'1
That was back last Summer, and ;
This it'i different. I've
year seea
the Red Cross at work. a lot of things have been happening ,'' >1-: J; 'i
since. The war's close. 'l
come terribly
Saw it working out at the plant
If you've a boy out there
the night' of the big' fire, when a lot know what I you j
of the boys were laid out cold.
Last week we got a letter from J
Some of them wouldn't be around
Sergeant Ben that his mother
today except for the Red Cross being ,
wouldn't take a million for. Between "17
right there from the l
: start, ready
the lines tell that
you '
with first aid, and with an ambulance s
our boys are giving those devils b '"
and and bunch
canteen a of 1
everything they've got and taking it
and who
men what
women to
too. Must have been bad. '
do and how to do it. I'U
say they "'
One thing the censor let through i
were good.
gave me another Red Cross angle. .:
Then, when my boy, Ben, drops Seems Mr. Field Director and ,1
his job and goes to soldiering, I get his bunch have gone right through ,
another angle on the Red Crosss .
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 np 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.They're x '

1- things about my own boy that Ididn't there with what's needed w
know. He'd taken
f> sure 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 of sAnd
: this Mr. Field Director seems .
things that may seem pretty small to
to have the job of getting wise to a : 4 s
us at home, but go big in a foxhole."Dad" .
man's troulvcs: and lining something writes Ben, "Think of the
about them. Not; only there, but at
Red Cross he
as a -man organization. t
the 6'I' : I ,. Dig when the War Fund comes ,- ,"
It's a long story, but it came out around next time" i

fine, thanks to that "trouble buster" You bet I will. This year I'm {

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