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Ocala Photo Go. . H. W. JOHNSON. Prop. We do First Class Work and Our Prices are very reasonable. Sen J Us your Kodak work g I Prompt oveb 2; I Attention FISHfl'S SfGRE Satisfaction Guaranteed 0. H. S. Local News ineron tiau was a we finme visif- jor to our city Sunday. i"-'"-' - ' i " . " ' Where was Miss Doke last Satur day when the dishes were washed ? The Book Shop The B Section of the seventh grade has sixteen stars on the service flag and has five Red Cross members. l he class mates and friends of Fredie Winer sympathize with him and hope his suffering will soon be over. Books, Stationery School Supplies War Books Service Pins Flags, Stationery lhe bemors have at last received uieir ciass rings, me Juniors are planning on a little excitement for their class. They are ordering '19 pins. ' Mrs. Duncan MacDonald is teach ing the fifth grade during Mrs. Math ews absence. Mrs. Mathews friends and pupils will regret to know that she is still quite ill with "grip." Marguerite Little has been at hom for the past week with the "measles." She says they are a very troublesome visitor and she's glad they don't come of tener. So are we, for we like to see her at school. We Sell Superior Brand Fertilizers For All Crops OCALA SEED STORE W. D. CARN, Prop. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER SEED Farm Tools and Light Hardware OCALA FLORIDA Buy and Sell Peanuts, Velvet . Beans and Other Seeds ' I AMERICAN FRUIT I STORE Fruits, Vegetables, Cigars, Tobaccos No. 9 N. Magnolia Street A letter was received from Tinker by one of the high school students saying that he was in the best of health and stood the voyage across without feeding the fishes. He has become a regular seaman. Miriam Connor has moved her "valuables" from Mrs. M. G. Davis on Oklawaha to Mrs. B. F. Condon's residence on Fort King avenue. Any one wishing to 'phone her can find the number in the telephone directory. "Mrs. Briggs of the Poultry Yard" will be given for the benefit of the Red Cross, on the night of February 14th. Several O. H. S. students will take part in the performance. This promises to be Ocala's best home talent play. Be a patriot and help tha great cause. . TO (Written with the inspiration caus ed by seeing the lady in question walking through the door.) In the City of Ocala, In a state not far away, Lives a maiden who is very fair to see. Though she is so unassuming, All the manhood of the place Stand around and her courtiers try to be. her COLD AND HOT DRINKS FINE BOX CANDIES FRUITS AND CIGARS JIroxleR She drives a Saxon auto. And she drives it very fast, But she runs not over any of friends. .... ..When -she takes you. out a:riding You dont think you're going to last, By. the way . she swings that car around the bends. So, friends just let me tell you, I like that-brae-eyed doll, And I'm. going to try to be her steady ,beau. So help me keep my secret, And keep me from a fall, And when I am accepted I let the whole world know. shall FIRST AID CLASS : phone 13 ON : Cleaning and Pressing sr f v I. J : The First Baptist Church I Buny an Stephens, Pastor X Extends a Cordial Invitation to All to Attend Sunday Services I 11:00 a.m. 7:30 p. m. ".Joke There is a rich joke on one of our high school teachers. .Keep quiet it . might get too big! What, you haven't heard it? Sorry, but we mush't tell. Miss B: "Give the feminine form for Lord." Nellie: "Lordess. $1 free for best "ad." submitted by student. Option to accept or reject any or all "ads." Fishel's Myfavrit Store. ' 1-31-tf At last the girls' First Aid Class which was. organized some time ago, is already to begin work. Enough girls have joined to organize two classes. Dr. E. G. Peek will lecture to one of the classes and Dr. Harry Walters to the other. Miss Conibear who organized the classes ordered the text books last week and is looking for them sometime this week. The following girls and teachers in tend to. take, the course: Mollie Bla lock, Mertie Blalock, . Carolyne Bor den, Beatrice Boney, Mary Brice, Fan nie Carlisle, Lenore Colby, Miriam Connor, Meme Davis, Margurite Ed wards, Pearl Fausett, Callie Gissen daner, Blanch Horrel, Margaret Lit tle, Miss Marion F. Liddy, Henrietta Livingston, Estelle McAteer, Marjo rie Miller, Ella Mae - Rivers,- Cevie Roberts, Dixona Roberts, Ruth Sim mons, Grace Smith, Rozelle Watson, Miss Felicia Williams, Miss Doke, Mrs. Cassels, Miss Conibear, Miss M. L. Carlisle, Loureen Spencer and Ha dessa Silver. THE FACULTY OF THE O. H. S. There are teachers, and teachers, and teachers, And pupils, and pupils, but then, We hope we can have Mr. Henderson, To be our teacher again. We've heard of our Miss Williams And hope it all is true, From happiness, long life, prosperity, To the lasting love true blue. Then comes our mathematics, In that, some are a joke; But we all love the one Whom we call Miss Lula Doke. Our curiculum calls for a language, Which comes from a foreign land In that wise Marie Pitchford, Plays the leading hand. We boys don't know Miss Conibear As a teacher in the school, But she makes the girls of the basket ball team Step to the golden rule. Next is the assistant principal, Whose name is Isabelle Mays; As a body, we wish for. this teacher Happiness the rest of her days. Small in statue, but large in mind; (And a better teacher is hard to find) Prof. Cassels comes in the last, With thoughts of the future, not of the past. R. M. B. THE SERVICE FLAG tfllO3tilttt09f9ttltfi 15 L FORT KING PKONE 413 ROYAL CLEANERS & DYERS Club Rates to O. H. S. Students Party Gowns, White Gloves and Coat Suits a Specialty Hats Cleaned and Blocked HIEINAU 7 (By William Herechell, in Indianap olis News) Dear little flag in the window there, Hung with a tear and a woman's prayer; Child of Old Glory, born with a star Oh, what beautiful flag you are! Blue is your star in its field of white, Dipped in the red that was born of fight; Born of the blood that our forefathers shed . " To raise your mother, the flag o'er head. And now you've come, in this frenzied day, To speak from a window to sneak and say, "I am the voice of the soldier-son ' Gone to be gone till the victory's won. "I am the flag of the service, sir; The flag of his mother I speak for her Who stands by my window and waits "-and fears, But hides from the others her unwept tears. "I am the flag of the wives who wait For the safe return of a martial mate. A mate gone forth where the war crod thrives. To save from, sacrifice other men's wives. "I am the flas of the sweethearts true: ; . The often unthought of the sisters, '.-..-too;.,, - am, the .flasr., of a. mother's. son And won't come down till the vic tory's won!" Dear little flag in the window there, Hung with , a tear and a woman's prayer: Child of Old Glory, born with a star Oh, what a wonderful flag you are! SANFORD ENTERTAINED RHE MAUEEfS1 PROPERLY WRITTEN POUCIES PAY INSURANCE AGENCY . ESTABLISHED 1885 Fire, Life, Accident, Bond, Burglary and Plate Glass ROOMS 24. 25 AND 26 HOLDER BLOCK OCALA FLORIDA .Grammar School Section Mrs. Todd explained the benefits of the thrift stamps and gave out lit erature about them among her grade. The names of those having purchas ed them are written on the board. The following have purchased them: Mrs. Todd, Irene Carn, William Ruff, Harold Spencer, Olivie Whaley, Al ma Priest and Lawson Cassels. Immediately after the game the Sanford basketball team motored to Forest Home on Lake Weir, the home of their coach, Robert Connor. At six o'clock they were ushered into the dining room, where a three course dinner was served. In the center of the table was an immense punch bowl of citrus fruits and holly, which unu sual decoration added to the pictur esque appearance of this hospitable lake-side home. After dinner the crowd gathered in the parlor and were informally entertained. All too soon, "good-byes" were said, as the motorists had a long ride ahead of them and must arrive home before morning. LANIER'S BIRTHDAY CLEBRATION FRIDAY, FEB. 1 IVULCAMIZI BLALOCK BROTHERS GOODRICH TIRES AtJD TUBES Gasoline, Oils and Accessories Phone Seven-Eight M G 1 2? 107 OckLawaha Avenue Song, Dixie: High School. Biographical sketch: Mayme Smed ley. : Lanier's music: Ruth Simmons. Violin duet: Cevie Roberts and Nat Mayo. Lanier's poetry: Marguerite Ed wards. Reading, "The Revenge of Ham ish": Pearl Fausett. Song: Glee Club. Lanier's contribution:. Miriam Con nor. Officers to be elected and names selected. Ocal a it '."" "9 ; team Laundrv Dry Cleaning Steam Cleaning and Pressing Phone 101 TRY US ' We are mighty glad that somebody besides the truly patriotic ones have to eat cornbread. Ocala Seed Store W. D. CARN. Proprietor Wholesale and Retail GARDEN, FIELD and FOWER SEED J Farm Tool and Liarht Hardware. OCALA, FLORIDA Rev. Bunyan Stephens, of Ocala, who has been a visitor to the Baptist convention, was the guest of Miss Ava Lee Edwards Wednesday The Flambeau. (Kaestline and Shannon dining on peanut butter) : 'Say, boy, this is the way to eat peanuts. They are already chewed; all you have to do is to swal low them."