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Title: The Arcadian
Uniform Title: Arcadian (Arcadia, Fla.)
DeSoto sun herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: DeSoto County Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Arcadia DeSoto County Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1964
Frequency: weekly[jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
weekly[ former -feb. 18, 1926]
semiweekly[ former feb. 23, 1926-jan. 7, 1927]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Arcadia (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
Coordinates: 27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: De Soto County news
Preceded by: Arcadia enterprise

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service was the sub The primary problem is the Wayne Saiwftbern city administrator commendation' on hew to,han facility >"ve.>iM be utilised by Coat of construction woulU .
ject of much Kruseion: at City great amount of trash caused :
Council meeting Monday night by tree-triming. .bar bean asked by die thai problem. the Softe U Asaociauon, Pony be paid by the City of Area-
grove prun-
i This question has arisen several ings. and even trees that people the Council to kt... pte what Alas under discussion: ..was League AnnrNau, Lagtoa high d I a, PeCeto County School

times in the past but no expect the city to handlein other dtiea ate doing in this the .....-truetoa of team locker school .bastbsrtl. amid. HorMbaM Hoard and the Softball Aasoc-: ,9

formal action has been taken. their regular trash pick-up. department sad to make re- rooms at the ball held|% 't. team ........ .._,-

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M Abstract company on Ira Bits
thruwch:!' the month of Apri.). 9tfe i ia'Sy
anniversary. Special feature
a w. ported, here this week / p, n
and .
history of the organUavtion
by Iluliili Cocluai. .lt..U. C'raica
and personnel appears: ) Oft'
lhJr..er.l I...- UeBwto County.I .. .
t .sag* I, 2. and :3, Beet .II of,
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to.rs, uuastwr rvl.ct t.**uparakii ,sw. ru( ttxiay's. Arrrylany.
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part of the cttuntry.rvi.t Our special' thanks to 'ill..
IIISTO(UCAL EDITION: Today's other supplements: will be printed BO : ...... otuu river valley.hi those persona who helpett.' us

issue of The Arcadian contains a 32 that they may be added to the first qulihwnaa.Headquarters I In compiling; the hlstotUAedition .,

page historical supplement for your two sections. This will give Arcuclian for American' and the D.8oto 'Abstract -
I reading pleasure and reference. ThisIs readers a continuing guide to AreaI I Red Cress rclU-f were opened
the first in a series of historical sup- dia. DeSoto County. We hole that you j In AiM-riferase YMCA and Cres- special. feature*.
plements which will be prepared. TheGYJIiII will enjoy reading it. :cwn!:' City. California in Veterean'g DAR tiE I\TKON .Member of gent, and Mrs. C h t: Adams taking' -
Memorial Building fo|. Persona wishing to help t>*
the Pcarllsvci' .* chapter of the National part In the ceremonies. Other chap.
J lowing Good rrtday'a earth* R,.''le t.' Ouchtcr of the tcr members ore 'In tho background.: begin compiling material levv )
quake and tidal wave. ..,.y the next historcat' supplm
Amtrtcnn, Revolution dt'dleata-d The dedication In of
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Memorial The brat tf*>0sh memory may do so by contactng 'tis
thms"V z Day :\

,. sate .... ....i'tlf( U ktJIbCu.\Jela.I W.U... ., ,........ (Arcadian Photo)* ,'.... .
*** *"".". < :' > ;son. !:-.,. I HHlh..., .w..a,4.i ..n>- :tsr- Jqfcgl'O\nd... rxt --r. .; *' hDIW ,. .W'."' ..The.Are
13fct>' y- Service SiF.!;; headed' by chairman'John'I lodTher ', I8 MiC: .-f>>, rldaiSKY, chapter J"Ooi' dian' office.' Thank you.Thl .

CMStriKtHNI a e.. ... ;. -
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'/ have been more'than "* week we .have seen a
r SO. .OO Inquiries an.w xrd Inthe Urge number of parking. tie.beta

lids Soufht At Oak Ride. cost 4; wilt national be diwtltL7Fins 1 1In ) Council i Takes Action To Insure In town dotting W* hop cr the wlndshUbt practice

Ir Annual memorial. service I the Ohio Klver valley alone continue Then maybe some.
Did. are being received at 'thing will .be don about (kit
where the Red Ctoea has a *
for the 21 '
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the Arcadia City 2111 for the itaff, of 200 workers 'In 111 affected street parkin
Safe Wafer For Future
construction of a Community deta burled In Oak Ridge counties, Supply ---

Clymnatorlum It was announced Cemetery will be held May Cochran urges residents of An amusing' Incident. A
here this week. Did will 30. it .reported her today. De&oto County to ft behindthe .member of .Ihe city police department
t.. received until April 27' Invitations a* far away as the local lied Cross Drive and Umlrr'a r... tract t.. be negotiated a pt.x-.dur.) manual .In an effort permanent supply. was complimenting"!

General Contractor may British& Isles have been sent help! make up the needed<< $800.CQltlbuUon.s *twten the City of to give the people' of Arcadia Arcadia.. I* US* only city 'In the new licks giver ot hi. do
obtain. contract -documents and out. : may be mad. to Areadla and Oiack. Crow and the best water possible In* l-esc 1 Sliver. Valley to get, Ing a good Job II. walked *.

specifications Dolton J McBryd from and architect William The Memorial Day addresswill j John Hodges at 403 Kt Oak lids: nn engineering.. firm, a In .the 'Interim period before' ; .It. water (from the river,. enough round the there corner and sure hi
be given by Her Ilritan- t 4.,.., or to Dave Carr at De wa on. en *
II. rrUutell. >X Myers aubject nit Majesty'a consul In Miami, t Soto National Dank. study win .be .ducted of the the tel and recnmmendalUm which rise In the Green windshield." Thai's what t
to the usual deposit' Copies Walter lloilis Adams. accordIng ..''water. ttyatHMnt plant In an can be mad. The fee wa reported Swamp area ef INtlk County ..id. he wa doing, a good Job.*
of the plan and specificationsmay J. w. COUUNSMerchants to Col. Head larding of effort Ul determine the most a* .TOO. and flow. down to the putt ---
belt examined free of the Arcadia Rotary Out The feasible. ioietliod.. of obtaininga The Council authorised Mayor of Maico.Banburn. Another report of a ateUncar
chrgeAlnfUM; office of the American Legion and Rotary ..*Annual Loyalty good source of waier for the I S' I*. Bpeer! lo sign the two noted. there. were ended .hoftlv. ,.ne day this'
architect: ::.. \< Vote Club sponsor the ervlce) each I city nova and in the future. cwntracU at the regular sea* long; range plan by Ute fetl week. The owner found It
Each bid! "must be accompanied year. I
by security. (In the sum of To Affiliate The cadet were. killed In The thrld' annual May Dytxyslty 3.AOO. #f Whether U.. city sues lei reservoir on |*eaceHivtr and the.corner.If .
five percent of the amount cf training accident at South 1 i Parade will he held The firm will determine theadvisability river. water permanently or ... Its tributaries" and l that there' T -o-- ,
total bid. The bond I la required With Chamber Florida field during Work! 1 May 1 by the Veteran'. *f "* a rwMrnwtiortof a new well system permarwn. ws. a pMlblUly that Arcadia you are In .Ihe newspaper
a that. If the bid War Two and interred War Rivet future source of water would game, you certainly believe la
aa guarantee were foreign In co-operation using lea a aounte U,. the city should have the
I* accepted, a contract will be J. W. Collins was elected In Oak Ridge Cemetery i with U..e American Legion It of supply' or whether< deep best water. possible' from .It.* continue to be the river.. The advertising And everyone
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entered Into and the performance chairman of the retail merchants The City of Arcadia ha. deedi... reported here today wells ran be ......s. The clip present system City Administrator engineer, will make this d. shoukt. 1HIc.... It really pay
of it will be properly ... ad the plot to the DrtUsh government The parade will original. ha four wells at MM feet ,but Wayne ....tNrn repurt* .Urn tin, *lion, he sM.fUnfcocn err and any member' .. the
cured. division of the Chamber MI Orange Avenue" drive up baa net and them fur several .... said& the ItUck. Woman. Club would ... essay
No bid may be withdrawnfor last Thursday night ft wa Many of the cadet have had Dak Street and circle town. pest due U> the high The Canesalso/ autlftorUed' Crow and aUdtne.. firm .badanalysed not to ..* m advertising
a period)*t 30 days and reported here today. relative visit their grave andhonoring Anyone wishing to enter their. mineral ...... .../. the engineerlAat firm to ca.p1 .two .deep well. la after. Ihe went .. UM .last two.
the City e* Arcadia: reserve The merchant division Is the 21 boy I* a err may' contact the VTW uf1 In si separate contract with *. .She piMMibilltie* of gelling .,.. Aradi area, but If lest week. The wail" disk. en the
the right to reject any and all the DeSoto County Merchant bronza tablet. with Rupert I IDruuk's ficeer 1 the American. Lgk n. the *am. firm the city ha federal aid. or M loan. IIM ..1./.. are rtaedetl for more data. river 1 at the drib. disappeared. ,
poem The" Soldier Association that agreed to dis- engraved upon It |perted to .be. _tend. present personnel, to eafabMah. Arcadia better water. and a the ...*>U, tail. there At was back
aolve and became a part of Service* are held annually Meanwhile... .. Mayer Paul In plate and Just a* the- gSa If.
Council Rezones ........
the DrSolo County Chamber on Memorial Day. .. til WtiucJiul: and Mad .had eater been away. than
of Conwnerre. OLDTIMEK MYSTIRY PICTURE NO LONGER .f the OlUen Mco..;;* In a write-up fee this ......'*,
MYSTIRY
Area, Approves Collins will appoint a committee ...i.... which I*. "helping& stale paper a plea warn, sent out'...,
to work with him In Bad Check Artist and. federal s /***Mrt*)e to make deflation fr the potto. --|
Other Business formula Ung platforms and pot- tong range ........ for th* *.... a* .hard a* Oil will be to b..
The Arcadia City CouncilMonday ewe of the organUaUon and Works Saturday Dr. E. J. Yelvington Right Pick ervtion .f Ihe ..lley.. .*.* rW tleve. two day. before Ihe paper ;

night paved the rexnnlatf will meet to adopt the plan.T1wraay HK check. erUet were buy- *er n4 umtergrmMMl water .*me sat. Are chair. ..*.,,
ecttanee of the west. May 7. supplies for future genera. pored en ties. .. .' HnuSvii
half of block I and two from in Arcadia ewor the peal we rk> U..j. warned .... Arcadia tteUrjr rather. spooky. aVoeea/t. ItT Hut.
sad Three chetka. en to taton's. = A. onset the -gt.eeserVV ..... fir ever slaeax Ite wao married Dr Yehrlngtan'. pasaels .
a B-X Central Club Tweeder that deter It I* not thai at aIL OM.
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Kwtk-CKrk, and Tlngtey wlU O... answer Iff last In )1011! to UM fn-rmer Clara were Mand. Mr. *. Sabana mind elope marl be taken tmsnedtelely .. .
trirt ta a B-J General rnnlnea*. Vet Auxiliary lOA store. were |ma...... Each --'* snystory man we frane. C. Veil af Yervtoglen of .....UII.. and fci* fact that reader areso to*
It wa reported ber today.Mayor check. wa large*with ths ....,. ocher ..... well know. and Dtdsyw..nd the m. P. P. gp.er and City Meets TonightRegular D. II. George end all were tar weu.w.-e Or. K. J. Y.?...... coupto. wa want.In/ Omaha MarCatlMni. of SeNeh deweitl.TMa (C.nhnea.al eM pis4. '-A) they ran aTisiiilliti* **ilelpato .

Arfmlntetsatur Wayne Sanbornmported the sum ef M*.1e oath, eare ef Mr*. Yelehig.lass's .................. Or. YelvmaV UM advertfttSKeal"' blareIMF
la. the CuocU etheir meeting W .the Aw InC to DrtUto CowMy SkevtffLtoyJ is**, lit Palatka.. ............ **st rTley to* aev" .>.... hMM a..... even appear' + Anyway.
bnecticaUoo .*.. theproblenw xttlary Veteran. of Ward. War i Itolbaat.aMcentf. Dr. .t9mct-1 .,.......... have two cfexMren, J ., ..... I I
the city dump and 1 He. Ito' wW be eanduetedleaxt ........ warn awr- June I. Sri. fravw tfce. Waive lkaa4at.el wfc>> I* ate* a I* a Wd degree ......... *. Ihe *wer artaausu.l tiM
Ma7'8l"' s..or ttiaoaueead.dtaut be ef 101.,. ..... the lint aenUl .. To Be Saturday happenings. What .M
addite.aal CTIk rsday) al 9M cHant to en taw W'es't arty VnUet meat Mrs Ule thin{* K4 Lees SS4 nsslec fine time .
be. dwnptatg greuwl for taw terser A sitwflar _s..- .*Or.** *. UM __We It was en. ef Mlesettu. There are and. KM alms. Uam UM aUtrute.II Saturday April I''. M. 1M yet" Ika.y2s5 -r
pMrrtmsil in Memu M.asrseat pu an. at the barrack a N. t
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that the itrxinsge ditch o. ... break af *.* chucks were rJ five g ad.hiidsoa.De. .. I. a *>eat me***** al K*.> 4 day set a4...to by JCIk. ........ The** were .*UH*) register. .
* a Prevtryterlat IIJI tat ... big Wrbeeu to .
.Mocked by a I by drag the tfMmp... tow tar.. epees..d t*>e All .....-. ....... at.. hry.d Mtt.asd ages CeMe* ......... ft*.. 1. .... (... served tear yeas w aSHesNJber benefit," the |f. rry
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$ New eswbere-) ear t* was t*. f. .. *srse i to *** ef U>* clip CMMMU wad pled Children
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.. dutch /o tae in nee lie h registered So*> asVd.UMl
raa.-l. fiwlo4 many Aa....... ""r M..."'ry O*. K. J .Ve.> XI jests< e*. OMT aclMi ..... bawd.try UsnatiUa.r. .....,. .... taking. .

A .......... of the seb.rydratiud I .. Elks OfficersTo ......... .* las wee. **. Area Y....... .. "y. thf. hlaknhbT .uMfe4 .M int 8IItI formal. making a total .f **m fItfw
r .u di. Osdwasee Mjelery h.< as ge al gsweracoel cyst |y opened .In 11"- the lUrryAtMM ,- relate refieteved In .,.....
tare sppyexlt..l.tj. Be Installed tare .He .nt .....*.. *.wee. ssibl aw, though a stank H......a Ie ..lmtfaey County AddiUanal voter ...
acre *. ritrrsa I pee- saeaa.r ........ te awe .... Ue=w.evt. a. M ..ua" wIsb.. the ch.. rtonda State Cik ASM
pact ac-.. fees 1M sewer Weather "".ly *...*... efflrer ., >> registered by I.laymento lslistg
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Wstwasvtt T'r- ,/sCio .. II wa* ..,..."l fa* Harry the different. prectncfat
pl wwt. asae.pWby tie Aet.daZks. L*>*4 > JUt ...... ....... M setaA erfeetlat .. Ik .%. '
tike dl.7.. ..,.... win oat Cry p p. U & f ** ** w% M P and Anna Wa..a.* that all persosi had ... eppp .
wtp ass..sae IIMr ..... rSas S.N Or YrvMgta s h* *>wy. **.... Matter of E..... n. to ,
t.o..c. suet reglarer
be -.61 sots Il.aawl.er Report ,
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ill asst yeas'hIs ........ Officer .. bftanry i.s4.13.d. are 1M. im asawsNFa the Elk: L Me east ticket*, Acrordii to -;;:.... W,1lkati1 .
,,ar7s.v. .et'. Defe (fish I.ILIU Santa. eaalte. nslar; Hate ago .... Ohal Lafayette. '.>mUt.r* sUU. Its re*.... may be .-b...>.nM. fr M- Wallyikar .,...... rtwirlct O re tar *f h*..
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wits were pawelas.d KJas s m m *.. -.+r. Taw w.... IAa4 Dr. Y.hidr raved Y Mr.,..* Mw.tMas/ coach bet Is* taw Stale .kave. beet ..... bark fc> the tawpayey jar
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2-A THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia, Florida, Thursday. April 9, 1964


Open House ... Rook Club I Met '


I CHIT CHAT II III Set ThursdayFrom With


1 to 4:30: Mrs.. CdmpbeJ)

I j Abstract The Arcadia Rook Club
Si jS.IIJ. The DeSoto Company
y r will have "Open House" met Friday, April .3.!with Mrs.ilJn .
Campbell, 618 E.: Oak St.
Thursday afternoon April 9.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEYes u
:n celebration of SeventyFiveyears Beautiful spring dowers
it does, because Friday the dock was back at of Continuous service( for were used wltb.the faster HI

the Womans Club landing on Peace River. From what the John L. Jones Abstract lien tm "beautify the spacious

I heard, the little dock had suffered a very damp wcfh )1I1IY; : < living room. ,

while away . but it is all dry now, and am sure, '::.ny notables from over the Mrs Edna Carlton m a d: e
happy to bo back with all those nice stepping stone:!I It :: will attend Including high score: In the afternoon

just waiting for nature lovers to come on down to the t hair: 'S Mann President of g
waters edge and enjoy beautiful Peace River. And,, the TttU! and Trust Companyof .rwi The hostess served delicioushomemade

to me, the river and the banks on the other side amore re Florida, and President of pecan pie topped
the Florida Land and
beautiful there than any other place. Thanks for He lives In Jacksonville TitleCompany. with whipped cream, and coffee
returning little dock. Some day soon we hope to havea M. to the following Mrs;; D.
R.
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wharf of kind G. Darnett. Miss Mary Brown.
larger dock-perhaps a floating some t Executive Secretary and
but we will not soon forget the adventures of our first t Treasurer of the Florida Land Miss Myrtle Brown. Mrs. C. D.

little dock. I will say that Louse Morgan .was the donor and Title Association; and Boring. M r.. Edna Carlton.

of'the olxm dock. Six years ago, Louie rented the club Warren Sheffield of Punta Mrs. C. Craven. Mrs A. J.
Mrs. George: Leaner.
for o.Sunny{ South Packing Company party, and the Gorda Vice-president and Dozier.Mrs. II. E. Potter Mrs. C. P.

ente\!{ajtient for the afternoon was a boat ride up and Dt, i Manager of the Abstract and b&ffciusKy, Mrs. Edith! Scott,

dQw UQj river. So had the dock built for the occasion, Title Company of Punta Gor and. Mrs. Grace $mn .

nn'd"leftiit( there for us. Since he did not 'eave his boat da. / "The CTub Will ,meet Friday
Invitations
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\" ,1)l")) j lvad very little use for it but we appreciated to menus In Arcadia to sent call I NI April 17, with, M.rr'J.13., Do-
It to add to the club her homer 42 W.( Oak
it-irnyway. helped atmosphere iILJt between the hours of 1:00 ziera_. ?
hmisc. r ( ana 4.: 30 p.m. Street, \ '- .1 I
LOCAL MEN AND WOMEN GRADUATING

FROM COLLEGE J. H. Murphy

Arrftv* fr>,,- .iOOtT"'Vt''rsity: '!' tof Florida students Mrs. Simmons

representing 1,276 candidates for degrees and 1,843 students Miss Margaret Ann Swanson FamilyRein')'oh
have earned since 1963 at the Hostess ToL
who degrees May. rA reunion pf the'J.y H. Murphj -
University's annual commencement ceremonies Sun- Engagement Announcedt fJ.tiity iraeJ'lMdtlw' i the

qay Apru 10, will be Hoger Gene Keyes, OME; WilliamAlfred &, E ClubThe tussell Cottsge ,iOn .Lake. -'Placid -

Neat, Jr.. MED; and John Scott Turner, DSBA L .. E Club met Wednesday t I sMr4tt+hd' l"r,.. '1ert E4i.; \ Newton. Arcadia, and Virgil Sunday. April,,$\p. ,
The formal commencement processional begins at 3: 00 afternoon, April 1, at Swanson of "Orlando' announce Bishop, of Ft. fierce. Attending ,tlus.ttel.ghjtful: pic ,
jxm. on Florida Field. the home of Mrs. John A. tim- the engagement of the it The bride-elect graduated nlc and get-together,were;. Mr.

f Then in a new rHea>
on the Dean's List for Trimester I we find the Donald McKay: as cohostesses son., to A 2/e Virgil David and attended Technical College Rouge La., who make their

names 01 Gail M. Uruwn Aoa Zieatrice like, Suzanne Bishop Jrv son of Mrs. J. L In Orlando.Mr. annual visit .t' this' time, so'
Treadwell and Marshall T. Whldden, all of Arcadia' and Mrs. A. D. Migliore, president Bishop was born and they caa attend; Mr. lad td rs.
presided. reared in Arcadia and graduated Harris Levert, Mr. and Mrs.
.
Joan E. C. Dye of Nocatce.n.InderJCradu.t<<; receiving -
the program theme for the from the local 'High James Sourage. brother'.nd
this honor have been tarrying 12 or'more hours Garden Club the Air sister of Mrs. Murphy,, also of
Mr ltnd-Mra. Claude Baker, Jr. year, "Contemporary Ideas and School. He then Joined
with a grade point averagotof 3Qm( >! or.higher' In most Ideals" were continued with Force and is stationed at McCoy Baton Rouge; Mr and. II r..
divisions 3.25 in the Coliega:: Arts 'fend Sciences and the presentation of "New Voices Met :MondayArcadia Air Force Base, Orlando. Cliff Livingston Bert Livingston -

School of Engineering Science, and 3.50tri, thd .School Carlson-Baker Vows Exchanged in American Literature". Garden Club metMonday. Plans for the wedding, will Mrs. J. M. Lee, Mr.j and

of Nursing. ; ." i IJ. ; .... Miss., Constance; Colleen Carl_ Mrs. John York gave an Interesting ; April 8. at the Garden be<<: announced at a later date. Mrs. Spencer Murphy' and three
Miss l..o's'Ann' Conoley./daughter of 13. '1.i'JandArtieDell ,sort becsm4 the bflHe I of charge of. the bride' book. account of the life Center. Mrs J. E. Montgomry. sons and ),Ir, and Mrs.; John

Conoley, has recently been initiated into Beta Alpha Claude Howard linker, Jr. Sun- The bride's table was covert of James Baldwin, and a review president presided over Koblitzelle and 'daugter .Pat.
Iota, Professional MusfkJ j Fraternity for Women at Hay afternoon. March :20, in t with si linen lace cloth of his latest book The the business meeting. 28 members Folk Festival all of Tampa; ,Mr. ,and :'Mrs.Murray .
Fire Next Time." and visitors attended.Mr. Harrison three.daughters
Florida State University. rat PresbyterUin l Church, Arcadia with appointments of crystal.
EGYPT TEMPL.E SIIRINE CHANTERS The bride 1.1 the daughter Punch and cake were served Mn. Paul Kemp presented Larry Lawrence, Public Big Sucess and small grandson of. '
excerpts from works of Palmetto; Mrs. Mary McConnell -
of Mr. and Mrs. Karl I:. during the reception hour. contemporary Relations Representative of
of Tampa gave their' fifth Annual' Concert of .Carlson Sr., E1 Dorado Park, When the couple left for a poets, among which Florida Power and Light Company < Considerable Interest Is be- of Cocoa; Mr.: and Mrs.Hugh .
Sacred Music Sunday 1 h:t 'at Trinity :Methodist were Langston Hughes Coun- Smith and son of_ Miami .-
n
g and the gioom, Is the son of honeymoon trip to the Florida presented a movie: "Peo ing shown in making the Noc-
church. Noble Louis K. : thcL Director and tee Cullen, and Claude McKay.The ; Mr." and Mrs. Job P.
Groh was > Mr. and Mrs. Claude Howard West Coast beaches, the bride pie Trees and Power Lines atee Yolk )Festival which was .
Noble Ed Walker, the organist. i .1> Baker, Sr.. Arcadia. was wearing a white lectured hostesses served delightful The club members were shown held on the Nocatee School Murphy, sons James F.. Mon.phy ,
The program was varied* and welt dime. My fav- I The S.:40 p.m. ceremony was cotton and dacron: suit, with refreshments to the following the many problems the power Grounds Saturday April 4, an and George, D. ;Murphy. '
Mrs. J. and his two Johnny,
guests: A. Mike
orite selection was "The Lord la My Shepherd" Percy: Terforrrml by Itev. John J. white fur collar, and a small Jr. Latimer. companies have maintainingtheir Annual affair.Planned eons
Mrs. John J. Martin and lines. Heavy lines and Jimmie Kick: Mr. and Mrs.Bertelle .
NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK Mftrtln before a background white fur hat. She wore the power by the Parent-
Mrs. II. W. and .Mr .
Sharpateen and .ruuelJ. Mrv *
; :
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much musthave
13,2OO volts
Qt< white gladioli" Faster Ill- orchid from her s as
Next week between An\1'1Ii..Ut: 'th..,'DcrSoto Co n- lies palms Mrs.. Muriel ; wedding con members: Mrs. D. 0. Barnett a clearance of 21 feet. Teacher Association to preserve Lyn Fussell and baby; Mrs.
will 'c'elcbrbtc .and Mrs. Bryan Campbell. Mrs. B. some of the folklore of S. Fujsell all of Arcadia.
ty Library Association : National LIbrary "Turner presented organ muaie sage.The bride Should a tree touch one of
graduated fromDesoto the community, to help boys
week, along with allitho',father Libraries in the toe the wedding. L. Davis Mrs. W. S. Fletcher these lines and a man lean a- Demery Murphy and family
High School and and well
work. Mrs. H. L. Johnson Mrs. Henry girls as as adults of Torrance. California were
United States. L,., (Of\t The bride, given in marriageby eel, for A ,while as a model at Lanier Mrs. Sumter Lelt- galnst the tree, under some to appreciate their heritage and unable to come at this time.
been conditions he would be hurt.
Wednesday April 15, has set aside as the her father wore II traditional Mass, Brothers Store In Sarsola. nero Mrs. Lloyd Ryals.. Mrs. to provide fun and fellowship,
day the Association will have "Open House when white satin gown, fashioned .! Lillian Wright, Mrs. C. D. Bor In residential or commercial last Saturda)"'. festival was,

the Board of Directors, and members of the Association with an Alecon lace; bodIce Mr Baker also graduated ing. Mrs. H. U Carlton, Mrs.O areas, the use of electricity is considered to have been very

will be hosts to all the citizens of the county for and sleeves with lace ap- from DeSoto High School D. Ik bson, Mrs. A. P. llolloman. so extensive that tree main- successful. '

an Inspection pf the library. YOU are invited to come pUques on the front of the served four years in the Un- Mrs. Paul- emp, Mrs., talnance is of great concern. Good participation In the
skirt, and train In the back. ited States Air and John Millions of dollars annually are field events by most of the
between, : the hours of three and six o'clock Force recently A. LaUm... Sr, Mrs A.
I must rrprat.what I have said often before about Her shoulder I 'ncth.11 of Illusion graduated from latrot D. Ml, 1.1J 10.... Mrs.' John H. spent by the electric power students proved that those activities -
was kept in place by a Training School In TaUahar TteadwcU. Ill,. and Mrs. John companies. In Arcadia alone. were quite popular.
the of from Edith Wharton
pleasures by
reading quoting .
crown of pearls, and she carried York._ __ .Coach Jarrett and I
.d' ;;: Thompson
authoress: "The luxurious turning of page by a brW,'. bouquet. of pink see.The couple will make their n iCo n firs u h o m page 2-A) Principal Weaver Hipps had

page", Urn surrender, not meanly object, but deliberate' rose buds, centered with a home In Key West. charge of the field events.A .
ana cautious, with your wits about you as you deliver white orchid. variety of entertainmentwas
ypurself into the contents of the book" this I call read- Miss Iloyslyn Davis was Weekley & ArganbrightPianoDuettists a feature of the afternoon.Rev. .

Ing. One should read an occasional book that would maid of hun<<. She wore a Luther W. Colbert served -

stretch one's mind takq one, as It were into unfamiliar street-length dress of pink silk Tourist Club as Master of Ceremoniesfor A jf
Yea and carried a bouquet of pink the program given from an -z-r.: ..
fields but above all' please read books. Will Here w? ,' s.r
it Is fun to read merely for relaxation at times -but rosebuds. NewsBertha Appear ,outside stage under the shade I
Milton Shelter served the of the
trees. An Intrest-
pine
as In all other phased of living variety la the spice Ushers Weekley a h d Giving a jzityem'
groom as best man. Arganbright diane University School of trig display of antiques, pictures Going to
of life so read lot. Visit your public libraryjoftrn. were Donald brown Duncan Proud won the wo brilliant young American pianlsta. > Music, where they both and old farming Implements ,[ one?
men's shuffleboard were
New books are coming in all the time, and tho Library GammHge, and Frank Hsgan. tournament held Interest for '
In Arcadia rainy.A
last week, and Lee Lease appear for aspiring solo pianists.. Following
is open each afternoon! starting at 1:30; p.m Tuesday An informal reception was "History of Nocatee. by Lyle
held home of the bride'sp5eents came through as the men'schampion the Junior Woman's Club on their marriage in len
through Saturday. at the )Wood was very informative. 552
"shulfler At theirregular April 23, 1 1M4 at a pm. In the 2MMM ,
WOMANS CLUB Immediately followingthe they began giving recitals of A highlight of the afternoon -
tho wedding.Mrs. business meeting on High School auditorium.As one-piano, four-hand music for program was the numbers by ./ *,
Something new has been<< added to Womans April 6, the tourists eater!-
Club since last meeting.<< A concrete patio has been PMttl Dumince had ell a vote of thanks to the a piano-duetuat! team the sheer Joy of making music Jiers""The Snlckerln SchniUctban-

placed on the North side of the building, and now we First Federal Savings' and Weekley and Arganbright occupy together. These recitals met Concession of Arcadia.
stands, under the
need' patio furniture. If anyone has aluminum or metal Loan Association's local branch a unique position In theconcert with such overwhelming success -
Horse Follies for donating the shuffleboard that they decided to sacrifice sponsorship of the PTA provld-,
chairs that they do not use, please call Betty Agnew, prises. world. Their programanslata individual careers to form' ed refreshments all during the

House Chairman; and she Will Ace that they are picked almost entirely. of one of the few professional day, and, of course, added

up. and painted, If need be?, A little DeRuato can Big SuccessThe Reports submitted to the works originally written for piano duet teams In the woe Id .money to the PTA treasury I
do wonders Jot an old medal chair so look around. meeting (the last for this season one piano four hands. today ---=

Tables will also be needed. The river .Is beautiful from Horse Follies "pun*omJ haa) been revealed welcomed that 47 tu guests Dallas Weekley and Nancy Their friendly vivacious! AI and Nell Bridg "' .-I-
> the
Itwscttes
bybe D 5oto County -
the Go and It.
satin out enjoy manner appealing
,
on List Saturday was) Tourists' Club during March Arganbright met at the In- programs Arcadia Office ,,
--- -- -- -- I and sensitive. musicianship Sup"" li(' -
a grand success.The and nine so far in April.
have endeared them to audiences '

program was' similar to A beach picnic was plannedfor throughout the coun 130 W. Oak St. WA 92841S .

,,, the first stow that they put Friday, April IT. at Siesta. Womans Club try. The critic of a Greater _, t.
on back In November" but Beach, the cars to meet at Plttsburg newspaper recently' .. Our Complete Selection: Of Gift :4

: BE SMART ilk have- a few added atuaotfcms. 9:3O ...... In front of the Youth Meets wrote -Weekley and Arganbright Items For Your Choro? ,

: Center. MondayThe are surely Americas 1L. .

: 'With A New- The program with th* winners The tourists will not meeton ant and foremost one-piano,' r1' _
In the contests, follows Arcadia Wonvsns Club lourhandm.."

: DRESSFrom Grand Entry, followed)' lh.lnvecatioa 23. M Thursday the rooms evening will be ...April..s..1. will meet Monday, April 33, This program will help raise
Irv-
by Itev. MaC at tho dub House In the absence
. for another purpose. Memberswere money foe the cottage of boys
.
graham o( the Nocalee Metho of the president...
glad to make this the Junior Club
changeat sponsors at
i Th dial church. Strutting Dull. .
Glenn
Cbersote. Mrs.
C C. Adams -
the
the Sunland .
oC Mrs.
request Grace Training CenterIn
with Olive Cross Instructor
" cites,
Vice-president, will
"
conduct
Newest .. Smith on behalf of the Wo.man's n. Myers' and aim for
: Fabrics ; DeSoto County Poe> the'a..
. ..u.. Drill Team. Club and they will meet many lorI community' pro
. Instead on whatever night the Mrs. Lillian& Wright. Education jects.
Blue Ribbon awsrdett
! The Fabric Shop to Sunja McDanlels were. ,. Clover. Women's Club prefers, tentatively a..tnn.a..W of the days bateeharge Tickets may be purchased
ttarrel' Linda suggesting Wednesday program from any member of the tluoor
leaf llare; Cart- .
ad win 1..,..
rI AprU'S3. This date Will be confirm << Education an O'
for reserved seats rail Mrs.Robert ..
Race Den
ton. Keyhole ; slitter
$ "1 32 W."Oak S>t. WA 8.6731 Hollow Log Race Roland Ring- ** later. an Implement of UMrt)'. Lanler_ WA Fa261. tar
Hostesses ter the Noon t ---
r ham. Boat Scramble; and SoeUa "J"heMCh'tar7 of the club, cv..1 ,
i McDaniels. Pale Itondlng.Ulu W,.. Mary Johnson, read a let wed dish luncheon win beMrs. .
I \1 ribbons were awardedU ter from bit and Mrs Beta T. P. Weekley. chairman .. ". fF '
e Uowing) In the partner Bve.II reporting their safe Jeurnejr > Mrs Lurlie & Nordine.. Mrs. Custom Made -; .:
Mrs. George OU. Mrs. K. W. mm
events; Itoleml DLn&h&ft.n.t hum \v but they found much
J ....r' \A, Skeet Doran In Ike Bud Parker. Mrs. Lee
f Pickup: alAI Twins and Delhi on God Friday.Gu .. -- .
t J :2. 'rw.... ITUtg Mare: Units Carlton ," U at the club during rktle.Episcopal --, -

& 1J" amt Linda Devi, Egg Re- the pat %e.k haft been .....
.<1..... bad Kwwe.Itwawrt. Die llagenau, a fernter mem.br. .
J :xPabNshed every "Thursday morning at *tfTOO W. King "xm the egg ; Dr Lester and Mtas Maude Men APERIES

. Oak 8.--.. P.O. Done TO. Arcadia Florida." 33131. Earl K.Tfetbergrr. race In Ute ChUdr' event Drummond from ChataiuojiMC
Kayo Wells wtm honors In N. Y.. Mr. ana )Ira. Hm 'FoU ... '
edltor-publUher" ; Margaret O, Neiberger. bust Club Entertains C ...... .
.
t.... Jack-Pot Call Rop&ftc.-et ft* trust Dect*.r. U4 Mr. and
; ness manager. Entered' Second Cbas1)latter. October IT. with e. U.... DC .*-. secootis, Mrs. .......... &*.ver foster P.j Top Quality I i WorkReasonable ... .,
4 134: at Ate Post Office at Arcadia Florida, under Art of Charlee Harmon won the Mrs, SwIlWy *n4 augh.er The Episcopal Churchmen,
:. Congress' of March: : X $179. Open Calf Roping event with Oonnse AmeUa; and Mr era! (the men's club of the St.:; Edmund : Prices

i Member Florida Prese Association. National Editorial$ a time .C ItA ...... High )lr.. Richard. Clark man We.* the Martyr Caned entertained
with" a bridge petty Free Estimates .
Virginia
S AAoclaUo International brat PC-ore for Women In theflernuune
Conference of Weekly Newspaper en T1e..hhdrbaLe+ lau.e
saw went %e Bonla -0.-. .,. isntlt meet .*
:. Editors. Sigma. Delta ChLAdvertising McUmnteS' .*. dirt far nvsn.went bat been. Ml by teeny, tneluaV.yeer parts In Your Home

: Representative. Florida" Proas Service, to Reland. ...ne....*. lag )ir. and Mrs. A. L Dicks, Ouets toe led ecraaion were V
The P Heeit. tie.euperatiwt UUrty-twe seen a a < e appreciate Mr. ...nd Mrs. Ares StaOnaker. .
,
r GelneerT8e, Florida; American Newspaper lUpreaentaUvee.New froM O Pierre Weed ftopital.After .
ef the Meat mer* Mrs. Mary TSMMMT send. > ,
Its.
..Yorln New York; Au...... Georgia; Detroit.Michigan.Subscription chants wbe helped Ute FolUe Mode. .Winierv Mr. *n
t "t s-One Tear tUG;flit. Months $ .H. be> such a wsee..a. The P.*> C. K. Josjee. (_ho have. Uults .. roan waved st.s.arwwasLte. r
swttea went t* express their ho-eats coats back .. InArvndU .. u.Iir ..... wttetreog I
4nte Mailed
: b ,Copy -34 Cents.. ,
lay Race. ). tr araa/ bin Ir%.i C. ba.wMr. Call tee Pees E........
: .Cu1Ni of Back aa..a- M Cents grateful arprecUUea ten aU Pr*". ,Xr. eat Mrs. *iU o-t.a S. Hit it ......' .sa ... iwsaws '""vc. CALL COL .cT fl-seat

: JT? t '>t wtw SM4 wt ny donaUng prtsen. ) ; neat at the. ---... POItT CMASILOTlg nA.. JAy L'\1IICM. p.e.reee

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--1: ARCADIAN, Arcadia. Florida. Thursday. April! ,_19 --- --- --'
% W. Elem. P.T.A. Heroes Honored


peNj Will Meet In Ceremony JBa Ldolt .2ftt,1cujief Bull Or Bear Marketrates jj


( ent The.Teachers West Elementary Association: Pa wltneet At Ft. Mcadc By Room. BABSON stock market; It Is. also aPPArent for savers run about 1""%" Concentrate Instead on the.;:.o:.

Wednesday, April 13. .t Batwon Park. Mai\ (Special in the real eatate mat'ket. less than the California saving fundamental factor of quaUt,)
3:43 p-m. in the High School By Col. READ F'. HARDINC ) Many. (totters are Wondering Demand for office buildings and 'loan associations pay. growth and a healthy profit sLowest :
Auditorium. An official act jf the Pear whether the stock market apartments, and god re M.ottal rates arc paid by the
River Historical Society will advance much further beyond developments Is hollos saving departments of com picture. A look at the earnings
Valley
A of music will be
program the BOO mark which theDowJones up well, especially In large merclal bank and on commercial and dividend records for the
presented by the Junior Band. was the presentation and Industrial Averagehas cities. Activity is still high' and bank certificate of d.- past year shows that the stocks
The nominating committee placement of a "wreath of red recently succeeded in penetrating prices: firm In the. segemento posit; highest rates by the which have enjoyed a bull
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Marshal Mrs. Doris Buhrman. and will submit their slate of officers roses' at the base of the men It may be that an exttawluuwy of the building industry. Massachusetts mutual saving market have been th<"e of

arrived; Friday from Tallahaiee daughter Lynn: of Lakeland to be nominated for next ument which was dedicated In : condition exists. in In contrast hotels and motels banks varying from 3% to companies that have fared best
tor'a two week visit with spent the weekend as guest year and a vote will be taken honor of the five mounted volunteer .- which we may be seeing two are still sliding In priceIn to 4 H' '%'' and by savings in a keenly competitive: ell.
friends. The Marshall lived of Mr*. Hazel Parker. Mrs All parents are urged to at soldiers who were killed and -
types of markets going on at many area*. The same applies and lotus and so-called I comate successfully ur--
here for many years while Mr. Buhrman 1* a member of the tend. during the skirmishes with the same time. That is. a bull to farm l land Those near operative bank, which aver. mounted the grueling cost
Marshall was manager of the Staff of the Florida Method the Seminole Indian at the market may be cu-exUti-g: witha large cities, and Usituated age a little higher. squeeze. These companies have
local McCrory store. monthly publication.Mrs. Wllloughby THHs place in the bear market. on the aids of such cities where PAY ATTENTION TO TIlE Increased: their profit and paid
of Fort Meade June
Garden Club vlcinty TWO TRENDS AT TIlE the bulk of growth 1* tak naplat'e' FUNDAMENTALS no time for careless specula
Reverend and Mr*. Robert C. E. Evans Jr. of Punta 14 and 16. 1858. tion.
SAME TIME still enjoy brisk demandand
Wright of Sherman,. New York, Cord' came by here Saturday The ceremony for the dedication I conclude: by emphasiilnjc r
high valuations. This Is
and Mr*. Otto Brown of Con- morning and carried (Continued from page 2-A) of this Seminole Indian Normally' a bull market Isassociated what I saM in the early portion

neaut. Ohio were recent guests Mrs. C.. E. Evans. Sr. to Orlando ... Mr. Lawrence says his company War monument in memory of rising stock with: prices.a condition During Of hopping especially true centers of property and Bood-far of this column; namely Shrinks Hemorrhoids
of Mr. Marie Skinner. South to attend the funeral of spends $10.0OO each Lieutenant Alderman Carlton that two district' : markets are .
year these quality residential
stocks develop.
periods many par.
Mill her son. Michael Evans. Thenon trimming trees near their lines. and Privates William Parker ticipate in the market advanceto ments. However farm lands too operating At the prevent time. Without SurgeryStops .
Hence.( It la' unwise to
Mrs. Sr. argue
Evans.
Sunday. The ladies were advised to Lott Whldden George How. varying degree The current far out remain a drug on tho .
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nelson son C. 'J:. Evans Jr.. his two place their lower trees under ell and Robert Print was heldat bull market however, Is real estate market. whether we are In a bull market Itch-Relieves: .' PainT
and son. Mr. and Ira. Eddie Evan Wildwood Park Fort Meade. or In a bear market. Thesetwo
grandson John left the line and
Stein ,
power arrange somewhat of a paradox Onlya TWO MARKETS FOR .r th tr sta.sets.' *batoead
Thursday for their home In and Bobby Evan, and his for their tall ones In areas where these hen are interred handful of stock have been different typed of market a sew k*.li > subitaitr with tae S.-
Cleveland Ohio. Mr. and Mr*. daughter Mrs. Julia Grimes of father away from the lines at 2:3O: pan. Saturday April In The SAVINGS appear to be running along< at toniihlii. abUttr a fertafew' ._rrhot -
Nelson Tampa all came and spent the 4. 1964. rising price. vast ma. Many savings and loan associations the same time. Even: the "bluerMp" "l. ... a *.1.!... .*la-witltMSumry.
spent the winter monthsIn and In the The
rear. group was Jority are either standing still In alter wltlto I
day with Mrs. Evan. Sr.. C. particularly In California label la not a guarantee .I"-- =
Arcadia. Their grandson certainty Impressed and requested The monument wa provided or losing some ground.( This has *"n l/ r"l pals I reto-
came down to drive them home E. Evans Jr. and his three that Mr. Lawrence by of descendant ire paying t.M'a of itirtMIre profit, as the 30 Ii.aekaae. < ) leek lest t
a
group left many investors disappoint well on l ...1..safe..tk.r-
children all went to Tampa to rate above those permitted stocks which comprise theiXivrJnne nwiln* ( -r* ,
and while here with his grand suggest proper trees, n o 11 nil of those who are so memorIalized ed as they watch the Dow- commercial banks. These industrial .uch \h.....ff..._.............111...
parental spent several days in Mrs. Grimes home after the that the list must consider only and William H. Nevis Jones Industrial Average Averagehave ntii hk.'Plts ee..a t+
and th. night are advertised in << not all partl lpQh.\I in c.- : : u ,
funeral spent newspapersand probl.ml"'ft. a a.
Miami making arrangementsto those which could resist the of Fort Meade\. was the overall march resolutely to new high .
kedlad.ukseo-Bl.Dra.el-U. ,
there. magazines by the savings the ndvarue.Therefore.
enter the University of Miami cold.After: chairman of the event. while their own Investment and loan association whichseek I urge readers to ....r .r. warty-famoa re.areae
in the fall to study Mar- the commit E. have done little di tltut..Tbia seaat..ce is see acad.
program : The Honorable Doyle or nothing.
ine' Biology.Mr. Mrs. Rena Kettle of Birmingham. additional saving moneyto b very selective In making able. In .ppeir..e. 5 efale..a fees,
tees for the kitchenware party Carlton senior former The reason for this 1* that '
England arrived governor meet the demand for mortgage \ their Invcitment Forget about celled Fvep.r.IWe i'r, Al sit dry
Thursday of last week for a the weekly rummage sale of Florida, was the master the bull market has been largely money. whether this Is a bull -.........
and Mrs. Herbert Pilch month's visit with her sister and the spaghetti supper all of ceremonies, and the program In high-grade atock being In staid old New England market or a bear market.
left Monday for their summer Mrs. Harry Allen. gave good reports These proJects included an Invocation bought by the institutional. --- -- ------ ---
home in Pine Plain. N. Y. are all contributing materially by Colonel Ed R. Bentley and type Investor, such as insurance

They plan to return to Arca- Mrs. Ellen Campbell spent to the completion of a welcome: to Fort Meade by companies: pension funds
dia in the fall. the Garden Center. Mr. Mor- the Honorable W. J. Loadhol- and trust funds.
of several her sister day,last Mrs.week Anna a* Dish-guest row reported that she had presented les. the city's mayor. Angus L. The bear market which ex. APRIL 9 18th

Mr*. Randy Way of Norflok.Var one in Miami. 36 corsages: to the pat- mils, a grandson of Willoughoy Ista simultaneously Is largely 10 1 DAY SALE

has spent the past two Sunday guests of Mrs. W. B. lent at Arcadia General Hospital Tillis, presented the floral In secondary stocks, and In Thursday Saturday
week here with her Easter the so-called stock
mother- McCollum were her son, Mr. on Sunday. piece for the Peace River Valley glamour
in-law. Mr*. Amos Way and and Mr*. Arthur Brown and The nominating Committee Historical Society and the which took a terrific trouncing
family. Her parent. 'Mr. and son Larry of Wlmauma; Mr. presented a slate of officers to benediction was given by the in the last market collapse
Mr'*. O. R. Winchester of Boyn- and Mrs. Joe F. Motteshed. be voted on at the May 4th Reverend Milton D. Durranceof For example, the bear market

ton, Beach same over Friday and son Larry of Hull; and meeting. Mrs. Bryan Nolan Bowling,, CrH'n.Appropriate may still exist for electronics d '
and carried Mr*. Way home Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. McCol- was presented as a new mem- music wa rendered stocks and other speculative IA a .rw _
with them for a two weeks vis- him. children Mondana and by the Fort Meade High Issues which pay little or nothIng idis i
it before she returns to Nor- Wayne of Clewlston. ber.Mrs.. H. L. Johnson Mrs.' School band and the presenta- In the way of dividends.In ,, a i iI
folk to be there when her husband Curtis Stone Mrs. P. P. Speer lon of "colors": and the "sa the absence of unbridledpeculatlve '

returns from sea duty. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Freeman Mrs. Guyula Stalling, and lute" by the firing squad was fervor, demand for
returned home Monday Mr*. Walter Wheeler served given; by the American Legion these stocks has dried. up. I I 9N11
Mrs. Cordon Brown. M I'*. from a two week visit with punch cookie, and canapes Post No. 4. of Lakeland. Gen- TilE SAM IN IlKAL.CSTATK : .
Jane Whldden. M r.. Perrie their two sons. They visited luring the social hour. eral Sumter Lowery was the
Walker and Mrs.! Grace Smith Th. existence of divergent IIN ,
Mr. and Mr*. Rodney Freeman principle> speaker. The rend "r .
were business visitor in In Jacksonville; and then wentto Ion of "TAPS" concluded: the trend I I. not limited to the IIIAnrnl his II +'
Sarasota Friday. Gainesville to visit Mr. and her grandson. Mr. and Mrs. eremony., :- ----- --

Mrs. Watson Freeman chil- William Weiner and grand- Among those attending from I
Trooper and Mrs. Claude dren Bobby Bill and Kathy. laughter Pauline Elizabeth.
teSoto County and a greatrandson REAL ESTATE \
Baker. Jr. left Saturday for This was the fint time that of Alderman Carl.
Pompano Beach for a weekend Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pol. Mrs. Biill had met her great .
Ion, wa Uncle Harney Carlo '
visit with his uncle. Mr. and icy left Wednesday morning to granddaughter. She visited In I n. DeSoto Count,.'* grand Sea Us For CHECK YOUR NEEDS! .V vT
#, Mr! ,Bill Baker and family. return to their home In Timon- the David Browder home while old man. who. with Doyle E. Good Buys

They left there Monday for ium. Md.. following a three here. Triton, senior his first cousin .
Key West for Trooper Baker's months visit here with Mrs. HOMKS
were the senior Carlton
Brat assignment. Policy's sister Mr Howard Mrs. John English: of West present at the ceremony. and P27o Qu all"yo
Roberts and Mr. Robart Palm Beach left Sunday for -- BUILDING .ITK*
Mr. and Mrs. E. U Light her home following a visit OMOVKS ACRgAQKLEWIS t T9P V t\l.
of Roanoake. Va. were Sat Mrs. Vera Bassler and Miss here with Mrs. Joseph V. Mur- 69c Rubbing! Atcohol .2nO' aPMr.W.
urday guest of Mrs. George Betty BarnwelJ\ spent Sunday patsy and family. COLD SUFFERERSGee AMBLER .. a s... ... tS.S.p..N.n .._
-
Leltner. and Monday In Clearwater. 89c Lacto Bhmadlno 2190' ,
II ____ attended the 26th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. David Brawler Raalt far M Years sa.. ...-r..a. .................... ,
Misses Mary and Myrtle They Parade of Beauty Sr. went to Gainesvilleo Gee ralkl' from thai athe' .ll.fe A.....lat. o 69c lye Lotion 49e Aif :r'' eavetl Ldw1'' .} I
.lia due cnJUa. ...... ...___.. 2171-0/ ,
Brown Ittft'Monday for Mat presented by the Ace Beauty attend a wonderful Concert near.woee aae >g 10 HUGH M. MARTIN a.ON. 5ae hIw c o spas s.c.. r.a.N. ...N. I
Ueas-urg...\Va.. for a ten day Company at the Jack Tar Ho- Sunday night. Mrs. Browder "smesbuiatlrwof a edbniir D 89c Baby' Lotion !
visit with their niece. Mn.XeQleth' aid that the group hired five .peo.ee .lagreUieals' reducesrrer ,.. a .? .- .................?2l9Ote / D b9t pr. Tloctri ee Sfiavsfink I
Curry. Mr. Curry aDd tel.Mrs. treat soloist to fly down from sand briags comforting rcliaf. CO ewtfc Delete Avenue D ST.00 SleeCapsules I core Shave
fatally ._/ Sadie Brill of Miami few York to take the solo U.' e..a ftsrsle. for sore. riimac due soodds. !.".*. WA f.lMt ., aeM..e Is............!..........2/1./ 0 ML..Mwekn.a..rad Lotion, M..e..M 9A./d.

J _. left Tuesday for her home fol- parts. David Browder. Jr. sane Soap back with STANBACX. O ,69c, Mln.ral all 98c Brlargafo Shaw s I

I'>. ula Massie and Connie owing a week' visit here with In the choral group. tr.b. .... .....,. ..... ............>y/ 0 Ma w..a M.W..ye.e..et.NN..e 1
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Wen** spent the weekend In O $2.4 Anti.nslon Cap'2/2S1/ 0 Men's Celo.q.ne sMldo.

Sarasota as guests of Mr. and 5EWe.S.dd. .... -.... / 1 MM. s., eMN..n......... I i98c
Mri! L- B. Probasco. and MissSualin .
Chevroletflow
CHEVY: ; by Saccharin "/SI'/
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Probasco.Mrs. O IIM t'v. .......ta.......t.-' .

W.home E. Thursday Ounwoody.from returned to get away( from it i all including l the high cost of travel' a e.-/-J..MW.sac Waigreen M. is Aspirin's..w......,,2/54'/ [0 :SjU Cold Cream ......_. = I I

Miami following a visit therewith a 79c Olyt supposltorles! 2/80./ 0 79c Hliios Lotion 2 '
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Tram ate. .N'
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her sons Mr. and Mrs. A Ch H Station Wagon U the tray to ft the span tank. And now that i r a d .. _
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: Olid Cotonatti / RTKI.IIMM MI."AU
Alwood Ounwoody. and Mr. Time at Chevrolet dealer**.you'll.. And 0 Sl.OO 211l/ PI .ia* fl *
wAoZ family there and back. small vacation r f your Peed.se TaTei. a.M se ..vs +W..u... V :! .2JtJJ. I
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and; Mrs. sUUot Dunwoody.Mis budget,Ton* 76 cu ft.of cargo spans'-.lea. __ _._ a better time to buy a Chevy I r. There's a, wldrtkoayota'dpayfoemoetaada".Yengs1vs a 69c Swoetenlny Yflf..2/70/ iTaarR :rcrToTr ..... },' -
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of engine and transmlatiotM to t ad .. ::= .2n" ;
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Mary Pel ieC Manatee rywriac 1WE''w RMn ii. 1,A ......"
speaV U e weekend wtt.acuuain. hex+ eay-care features, too.And you'll go so. 1WE from. And whatever you pick. arou ran be uijyoull n !.1.J.,9. Ko.Urllnlm.nt. 2/P/ 0 ffc R'2!!l Deodorant' ? '
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Mrs. Glean Ebersole.Mr. far between tan atop yowl!) think n i built in_a always gt a plant run for your money' r.rt.r as. e.e .... ... .....t.
Anttb1otlt'Zinc OxId.2180'
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and Mrs. Walter Sch- Mw. e a. ro aA is. tt ew..w

lab<<1a and. Mr. and Mrs. BJcfe- n 70c.First.. Aid asM._Antiseptic: ,.!!..." 2/74'q/ cac Roll-on Deodorant .21H1
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ard. AJkma spent Sunday In 'KM. P. r.a. s.a.. N...._.

I ,urodale ere (ueta oX Mr... dl Baby Hoods [ "I aye Toilet' lon.Un /-51'
andj Mrs. Macs South.UV ta*> wau..w See.---------,.............. .

*. T. It"J.coW. and. Miss .0ws: r. p _.. 2/34'/ :

Salty from Gainesville Niaon.arrived. for a Tueadajr wee .'*( Ii! o ] 2" Waving' flul' 2/43/ : ,

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visit with their respectve slater ***' ** -* *++ r
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*'- Mrs. Jacoway: w\n vtsJt / 89 Shampoo with ... '1" ..
with Mrs. Bruce Davis and Mia '--"!t r.. .- ..,.i...............-...

Nixon with Mr, *. W.- B. MHler. 1 a ct 1111 *' t '' PI ... .e t.-- ....=!- y..r.0/ 98tor Loose .2//"6 rP..ws.
and.Mr. imr. to lass e. .r.'ee.1 .
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Mr. and Mrs.Charlie Jonee r. I,4 4g IIal /. aa4.q e.w.:eM. ...N.N..w.r..e.2IA4'r?

ten Tuesday morning far their o 79 W rrh4Mi Compound Jlttfit/ ta.e.na.a..L 0'51.69 Hair Spray .21P :
summer home In ML Vernon J I ih ,4 .i l .Mw. MM.N.| n It+a------_J..............,.
S. Dak. after spending the r # o A9c Throat Loz.n .sf1 2nmc t
winter bere. When they returnIn t t .,, :
the tars Mr and Mrs. Jaws Q 19 Ttaen estbn Taks2 4
will occupy their new. name est : fP i iW : !, ..!:: /ill 0 we AmUl$ W' I'.M 5

Sooth IliUaboro that they had 0 $1.19 Ant.h.. Syrup : '
built this aprta+i!5n4 swnuner.Miss ...In0 SU5 DUm y".10G"aIo /....

9lt A.rowl Vaporizer;: 21M'' 0 S3.2t u.ma UT1Nre 2/3.35 w.as.ee. ..
Linda Kay rtveesh e4Ft. err... kr..se ...., s..
Myer. spent the pest wsifcend .. '0 89c Artetrln D.tonflest. 2l'H'' 0 52.1' ATTl.L .T.IlfLI C1.-1/1M "'
with her parents, Mr. sad '
Mrs. J. L rhreaoh. Then essSunday. o l9:'Anflbl'. : Lozenges 21* D.H.1 t '10&ZTobl.ts /'" to

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spend. tne day with ...... --.-.-- ....> M, ...NNI_N.2,..- .. w......I.A. .II W. IOtya.2/LIS

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14I! 4-A: TIlE ARCADIAN Arcadia. Florida Thursday April 9, 1964





II .. ::'i.: Obituaries I Old thmer Mystery Picture News From Bro rnvile{ ': l'I ILAST



BERTIE S. HANCOCK OMER ROY FOLEY This week's mystery man was born October
.. .: Funeral held I ,
cervices were Omer It. Foley, born October -
1884 and has been a professional man all his life. WEEK'S NEWS Mrs. Fan-tie Whidden Jimmie stster-io law Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Glen Smith and Edwin
wrier Monday, April 6 for Bertie S. 26, 1884 near Marshall.
He MRS. W. W. PRITCHETT 1 Whidden and Susan and Ea Ur ftOMll were dinner and
to Arcadia Lynch of Smith
1. nincodc. who came in 1907 and took a Spencer sup
passed away Mo, and son of Leroy and Lil- job withan
Mr Edwin Smith of Milwau- guiles of
.. April In old classmate. Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde; Weatphal wetst .. Sarasota on ycr Spencer Srn'.ta.
Florida
Hollywood lie Lemon Foley, died at his
Mrs. Hancock born August .. kee. Wis is spending )ris 1 Long and three sons from a business trip Thui duy at- .:d Emily Westphal. Easter
was home In Warrensburg. Mo. on
He worked for his friend and classmate for Easter vacation, here with his i Sanford Air Base. ternoon and a pleasure trip to Sunday: Vernon Smith was al..
22
13, 1911 at Ft. Lauderdale., March 24, 19".. at the age of Mr. and Mrs. .
"loA parents Glenn to illness.
Mr. and Ft Myers on the sane oay.Albaoa sent due
before in- Mrs. Joe Welch of
79 4 months and 27 days. years going
Fla.She years Smith and his brother. Vernj of Lake Mr. R. E. Davis called
;; .. Is survived by her hus. While a semi-invalid for :3. to business for him- He j Melbourne were Sunday visitor Murphy on hu
ts: ( O. is i a high school teacher' in the Sam Ash ho_ Wales spent the wekenci .here aunt Mrs. L. L. Newberry and
band. Leffle, and children,, ;years, he was only ill two days. self. He was marriedin in Milwaukee. Mrs. G. II. Mercer of Arcadia visiting" his J'euauvd and Mr. Newberry' lost Sunday i
lie and the former Nettle
11a't'- A/2nd Class Ronald Hancock: 1912 to a lady from Mr and Mrs. B. B. Blount visited Mrs. Sam Ash on fr...... He wsa Sunoay sinner night.Mr..
Ft. Foster were married at Clinton w.
Walton Fla. James Han- y
a- ; or( Jacksonville were 1 Uie J-me TiTs- and Mrs.! Art St.
in
guest
supper Wednesday afternoon.Mr. John
cock.: Ft. Lauderdale; Mrs.Ann ,. Mo! onx December 25. Indiana and they
of the Donee's chiuiren were Easter
> s guests Monday; and Mrs. W. W. Prit- -4&W runic.Linda an. din-
Robinson San Jose, CaUf.;; 1909. and they celebrated their have two children, a night. Mrs. Blount is Mrs. Do- chett were Saturday evening Mercer visited Carla uer guea. of her parents Mr.
Mrs Golden Wedding Anniversary
Nancy Shot
.ush four PompanoBeach in December 1959. son and a daughter. .y MIT'S: sister. visitors' in the Norval Career TiS4 ale on Monday evening and Mrs. Norval Barger
grandchildren; one I
In the early of their Read the clues Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphyand 1 home. she WM also a visitor in the Mr. and Mrs. BIU Moore of
,brother Pau Stephens Palmetto ;years carefully
",c marriage they farmed near tt' Mr and Mrs. George Con- Mr. and Mrs.! Norval Barger Hitch lKI_. Englewood called on the Bar.
!
; sisters M r s. Tribue I and if
Thornton, Tampa; Mrs. M. E. Clinton. Mo., moving to La- you car orly went salt water fishing carried Mrs. Hey wood \'I.. u- Donna Coker spent Wednesday gets on Monday they also v*.

r.- WHltams. Jacksonville; M r a.II mar, Colo., and lived on a identify the mysteryman on Saturday, they had very son and a group of GA. girls night With beth TiaOaie.Air. ited Mrs L. L. Newberry

I Leon Williams, Orlando; and wheat ranch during the ;yearsof write his name good: luck. ((from North Ililisboro church) and ....n. L*. U.ew ..uui- A taster! Sunday dinner wai

: Mrcw W. W. Rowe Richmond, 1916 to 1923 when they returned and Mr and Mrs. Billy Pratherand E O;) to Clinton and farmed yours on a postal children of Fort Meade The group visited the Baptist w.is a.ar.w' ooW1UaJl': sinner Jones on Nocatee Road. Tur.

j'" .,.... ''y al services were held until the fall of 1936 when the card and mail to TIlE spent the weekend with his Mission Mrs. Pins and ...._... 'ii ..... "' 10"n.. key dinner and trimming was
II r ."ffOm Melrose Park Methodist family moved to Arcadia ARCADIAN. If your m ->ther Mrs! Stanford Murphy church group. They had a very a.unea 'n..llaw.Aoar. luilowcd by an egg hunt that

l; \. Church with the Rev Paul I* Fla. lie was a merchant In Arcadia name is drawn and! Mr. Murphy. I pleasant visit and Goon >rtaay .. dunes isdal has been attending were:
\: -. Hirtsfield. officiating. Inter Fla, until November you Sunday visitors of Mr. and services were held together confined in bed for several Mr. and Mrs. W, W. grit

!tment." ..,... in Oak Ridge Cent 1937 when he returned to Missouri will receive a three Mrs Sunny Ruth and childrenwere I by.. the two churches. days but is improving. chett and son Wilson Mr and
e illtery: because of /ill health and months subscription :Mr and Mrs. Hugh Long Raymond" and Jackie Gray Jimnue Finneawore and Milton Mrs. BUI Pritchett and four
to the 'of Largo visited with Calvin Finnemore Jr. attended a children of Ft.. Myers, MB
: Pallbearers were John Pe- to be near his two daughters. paper. --- and son Wesley of Cleveland.
'o try Bill Channel Barney Met Mr! and Mrs. Foley.. were the and Paula New berry Thurs- meeting and supper of the De- Bill alley and children and

1 Lain Gordon Johnson A. C.. parents of six children; foursons. FINAL CLUE day afternoon.Mr. Mo-Lay. in Ft. Myers. They Mrs. Betty McCall of Tampa,

t j. Polk.. Jr.. and Bill Fletcher. Vance Foley. Yuma. Ariz.. MHis friends in this Art and Mrs. Jack Newberry were guests of Mr. Ronnie Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pritcheu
are town
J Robarts-Grady Funeral Home L. L. Foley Phoenix Aria, many Group went to Sarasota Saturdayon Messier- and children and Mr.\ and Mrs
/ Gale Foley of Manchester And over the whole state too. business. Mrs. Marion Goff and Mrs. Vertis PritchetU
in of
.:.:st was charge arrangements.
Tenn. and Omer Foley. Jr. of lie has never let his fellowman down Displays PrintsThe Mrs. Viola Newberry; spent Chuck Martin called. on Mildred Lee Tlsdale celebrated her
: Valpariso Fla. Two daughters, And he's from Tuesday until Friday lisdaje Monday! ; alter- llth birthday Tuesday she
r \ always been honest and true"Weather
: MICHAEL EVANS Mrs R. II. (Margaret) Nor- Arcadia: Art Association i with her brother-in-law and noon. and friends enjoyed birthday;

1 II"i Mrs. C. E .Evans. Sr. 603 N. cross of Ccntervlew, Mo., was presented with three folder L.' L. Newberry. ]Mrs J L.. WiU.anu.I Mr and cake.

I ( Polk Avenue, was caUed toT and Mrs. E.: W. (Mabel) Bishop >> of reproductions of paintings -

I T Orlando Saturday to attend of Warronsburg. Mo. ty Renoir Picasso Van
a the funeral of her grandson lie Is survived by one bro- Gogh and scores of other News From Ft. OgdenLAST I

II i Airman Michael Evans of McCoy ther Ernest Foley of Dresden. SczE ivcET'onzcs world renowned artists this

1 < Air Force Base Orlando. Mo! three sisters: Mrs.! Zella weak by The Arcadian.The .

i II o Michael only 24 years old Pierre of Clinton. Mo., Mrs.! ', *' collection was gathered WEEK'S NEWS Albert Barnwell. Louise Al-> an automobile accident:

i ._ r. _was. returning from the base Ada Foster of Chula Vista In 1937 by a voluntary na- fart.. 'VU A c.ULLU'f; britton, Mary Pierce Mrs Mr and Mrs. Vernon ColLm
to his home Thursday afternoon Calif., and Mrs. Virginia Wilson t.onal committee for art appreciation Revival servicewill begin Owen Mercer and family. Mrs., were in Tampa and Clearwater!!

I. when he was killed In of ramona Calif. Two brothers under Mrs. Eleanor Monday April e, at the it. Fred Grady and FreJay of Ar a few days last week.

an automobile accident. preceeded him In death. Roosevelt and some 3.COO.OOO
Other survivors. Include his He leaves 16 grandchildren 9 prints were made, stored and 'v ces will start eac hnight at served to the auesv Mr. T. E. Pavey visited Dr.

-. wife, Gloria Evans of Orlando; great grandchildren nieces and forgotten until K Joseph Coss- 7:30: p.m. with the Rev. C. R, Mrs. Betty; Mailers'' l and children Charlie Martin of St. Peters
I '1 his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. nephews and a host of friends Control some think ported after an extensive survey man resucued: them and put Lylcs as the evangelist.Mr. of Fort Myers.- Mr and burg last week.

i 4 I n E. Evans of Punta Cords; his and relatives. will one day free us from hurricanes Chemetron Corporation, them up for sale.- J. L. McWilliams returned Mrs. Deckle DUller of Tampa Dr. and Mrs.! > George Comb

I' two brothers Mr. and Mrs. and blizzards and guarantee Chicago manufacturer of medical The three portfolios contained to Tampa Sunday after visited Mr. and Mrs Morton and children of Gainesville I

.r i ,s Bobby Evans of Charleston a balmy day for the office equipment which polled a 18th and 17th century; Renaissance ,pending two weeks with Mr. Livingston during the week- visited Mr. and Mrs. Eel,

I S. C.. and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie MRS. EVA YOUNG picnic. But there's a dark thousand U. S. hospitals, says and Baroque.. 17th and Mrs.\ J. O. Lanier. end. Walker during the weekend.
If Evans of Tex': and two sis Mrs. Eva lines Young 83. cloud on this bright horizon. there is a shortage nationallyof and I 18th Century Flemish English Mr. Gibson Airs. Vera Collins Is a patientIn Mrs. Etta Zanier- and her! .llr
Jane
Clyde Gibson
1_ ten, Mrs,Julia Grimes of Tam of Beaver Dam. died at 2:30: University of Michigan meteorologist OO.OOO nurses. Texas itta and French:- Rococo: and and Donnie Williams of- St. Joseph Hotpital in Tam- leAther Mr. J. L. McWillUm.

'11.- pa and Miss Marlene Evans pm. Wednesday, March 23. at E. Wendell! Ilewson canvass shows Is now short 18th and 19th century Class weekend pa. We wish for her a speedy w.re in Sarasota Tuesday V'oJ-{

:I of Punta Oorda.If. the Ohio County; Hospital following says tampering with weather some 3.800 Trading Stampsare clam Romanticism through Mr.Tampa and were Mrs.\ Orton guests Lanier.of recovery.Mr. lung Mr.. and Mrs. John LAnier
j -_-- ---'- a lingering Illness. She without complete knowledgecan going arty. One firm says Posvt-Impressloniam. j Leslie Collins and Wan- and children.
Others visiting In the Lanier
N was the wife of David Gordon be dangerous. If. for example it will offer original oils by. Copies of the prints will be da returned home Sunday after Rev. and Mrs.! Jesse Gil-
NiN Young, well-known Beaver weather scientists:. try painters such as Maurice Ut- on display at the Art Assocla-' home during the weekend were spending several days with breath were In Tampa and

: SINUSSufferers Dam businessman.Mrs. to modify; a hurricane by seeding rilio and Renaissance master lion building according to Robert and Mr. Marie and Mrs.of Jacksonville Wilson Barns Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins Lakeland Thursday., and Friday ,

N Young, a native of Ohio : clouds and the storm till Ercole Grand I da Ferrara in i (Bob) Pike. Associaton and children in Clearwater. of last week. .
and Mrs John Lanier and children
County was born at Dundeeon hits land law suits could' re- exchange' for books of stamps. prescient.TOCK of Larry Hudson of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Col.! .. ,
\.. Dec. 13. 1S8O. and was the sult. Ilewson' also raises the 1 Mrs. Robert Saroaota.Lanier Mr. and and Terry; Hudson of lies and children Miss Sylvia
and children -
daughter of the late Oscar T.end specter of coastal cities Inun- Tampa enjoyed the Easter holidays Lanier visited Mr. and Mrs
Mary Geraldine Mines. dated by melting polar lee ARCADIA LIVESLivestod. MARKET: j Mrs.' of Arcadia and Mr. and with their pann'Mr.. Hal Sullivan and children, Mm
Pete Noland of Cocoa
\ She was a member of the Beaver brought about by; eHtensIve Beach. and Mrs. Eugene: Hudson. Marie and Margie Lamer of

\ 1 Dam Methodist Church aput distribution of carbon black to Miss Diane Boggess Is stay St. Petersburg and Mrs. Vera

a. ...eN ..0.-:9 worthy; matron of Grace absorb the sun's rays; and k Report \ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ilix left ing with Mr and Mrs. Eugene Collins in Tampa on Easter ...'
..
a :: change the heat of Monday for Marlon. Ind. after
Chapter No. 37, Order of Eastern economy Hudson while recovering from Sunday.
: ="; :- 1 -::.:: Star, past president of the the. Artie and Antarctic. spending several months at

N iE 'i =r M., Deaver Dam Parent-Teachers, The. Nurse Shortage continue April 1. 19C4 their home here -
..
s ass to be a national problem.In Mrs. Geraldine Scbs:ter. of
Association a member of the
: .==.::r.=:":--l i' qN Beaver Dam Woman's Club one city alone Dallas. Tex_ 3&I head of cattle and calve. in the offering.' Slaughter ]Miami, recently visited her Pine Level NewsLAST I

and Fort Hartford Chapter there will be a shortage of ". mother Mrs. Lena Reid who
i :Arcadia' Drags, 6 H. DcSoto Daughters of the American Revolution nurses by 108S unless "))oeIUv. steers and heifers scarce cows steady bulls steady. has been ill. WEEK'S

t action" Is taken hospital consultant calves steady to .50 higher. :i iheifers Stocker steers to .50 higher Miss Ethel Marie Fort, of MRS. T. E. MIZELLEThe NEWS and Mrs. Frances Tucker were
1 Douglas. KIncaid ha re- Tampa the Easter holidays Easter dinner guests of Mr.
steady cows steady r to .60 higher and calves J spent Sunrise Service: at the
rM and and
with her Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Johnson
parents
steady. 90 percent of the .ale stocker 15 percent cows Pine Level Methodist Church
Mrs. Jeff Fort.
children. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
QUALITY
She was married to Mr. and 40 percent of the cowsSlaughter slaughtered. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fa- was well attended with visitors -
new ,from Miami Tampa Lakeland Hampton of One, visited her
:
PERFORMANCE Young on March 11. 1POI. )any and children of Arcadia Arcadia' Myakka City and mother Mrs. Tucker in the
t Steer Stocker Steers
afro Robbie Thornton and David -
Survivors besides her husband other communities. Services afternoon.Mrs. .
. FEATURES are three sons, Eldred: Can $13.75 Good $19.00 to $19.75Mccl Mrs. Falany. Mr. and Mn.AlbeI"t were conducted by; the Pastor Florence Wilson and

N Cordon Young. Conrad Thomas [ 17.00 to 18.75 Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. ,Mr. Gerald Taylor, Arcadia, father. Bill Messer. Mulberry
Slaughter Cows Terry Collins of Tort Ogden
EILTER-PLO. WASHER Young and James Walton .
and the Easter
message was came for the weekend with.
N .3 Dam Com 16.23 to 17. 0 1 Mrs Thcjna Harrison an'd
Young all of Beaver
,
; Uty $16.00 to $17.00 Claudia of Fort Myers. Mr.\ brought by the Baptist pas Mrs. Oralee Layton. They all
DIG 12.IB. FAMILY three grandchildren; th re egreat.grandchildren Cut tor' son. Rev. Earl Hendry.
iN WASH CAPACITY air 12.00 to 14.25 Stocker Helfeni and Mrs. Joe Huckleby and attended the Saturday night
; one J Tampa. Special hymns
w were singing at Myakka City and
Can 12.00 to 13.75Slaughter children of Cleveland all enjoyed -
.
tsr Mrs. Earl Almon. of San
.
N rendered by Pine Level
a Francisco, Calif., several nieces Good $18. 5 to 20.00 j Easter dinner and an School Class. Sunday all day Sunday at 5th Sunday

and nephews. Bulb Med 16.25 to 19.75 egg hunt at the home? of Mrs. Singing Convention, returningto
Coffee and doughnuts were Mulberry Monday morning.
Funeral services were heldat Uty '17.00 to 91725 Com 14.25 to 16.75 j Bernice: Huckleby of Cleve- served at the civic center. after Miss Virginia. Welch of Arcadia
the Dam
Beaver Methodist
Cut 14.00 to 16.00 land.Mrs.. ... service closed. .'
Church with the Rev. O. N.Uoakln Stocker Cows Alice Beasley and 7.1. was weekend guest
.' -. pastor, officiating. Can 1225 to 13.75 ,Ellen Beasley; and children are Mr. and 1\Ir..r. C. Daye ot Mrs. Edna Keen and they attended "
.
.vfi Ir.0 Interment will be In Sunny Med[ $18.00 to $21.&0 spending' a few day this weekat Lakeland were weekend guestsof Sunrise service After

side Cemetery Heaver Dam.Mrs. Slaughter Calve Com 14.00 to 17.25 Englewood Beach. Mrs. Dillie Underwood and dinner the ladle drove to
Young win- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Owing Miss Eva Rose llagan. Mr. and Tampa for e visit with Mrs.
ten In Arcadia spent, and many has many Good 922.00 to $23.00 Inf 12.75 to 13.75 I of Marion Ind. visited Mrs.. Chick Hagan of Carl- Keen's sister and husband Mr.

ert friends .here to mourn her Stdn 18.00 to :22,00: Mrs Iva Crouch and her nice, Strom Hospital were break- and Mrs. Leary Willis and

e death. Uty 17.73 to 18JSO Stocker DRILled Joy Benner Monday Others guests Sunday. After dinner attended night services at their

1 [ $15JM to $17.75 visiting Mrs. Crouch and Joy the Daye Mrs. Underwood church.
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during the put week were: and Eva Ross drove to Brighton Mr. and Mrs. Harold LU2y
Com 14.00 to 15.60 Mr.; and Mrs. Burl Benner of for a visit with Mr.' and and
Thursday, Friday Saturday Sunday (April 9-12)) three children of SarssoU.
Inf 13.00 I La Fountain Ind, Mr. and Mrs Ileston lagan. Mr. andfirs. were supper guests of her. par

etss biff* PINK (ML celebrate its 50* Anniversary! Mrs. James Weaver of Mar Days returned to Lakeland eats Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kersey .

r : Stocker Calve
rt j Strausberg of Marion. Ind. and Mrs, T. W. Putnam attended Richard Jones and children. eC
: Good 20.00 to$25.26 Mr. and Mr Roland Shaffer to business In
i Fort Myers; Myakka City; were their. Sunday
.ir Med 17.00 to 2O.5O i and Nancy rake Clf San Saud. Thursday. She drove by Sun- guests, and Mr. and )(rs.

''t w Com 16.00 to 17.00 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Crouch land School and picked up her Walter Summeralls. and rv'

.. and children Mrs. Ira Crouch brother. Sammie Harris and, children, of Palmdele. eaU..*

.. Stocker Calves 100-250 ;and Joy Benner were all In visited his family until Moo-> on the Xersey Saturday after-

i Sarasota Saturday. day. Door'
Good $25.00 to $28.00 Mr. and Mrs, J. H. McConnetl
r Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pollard.sons. Robert fiesta of Arcs-
Sled[ 23.00 to 28.75 and Mrs. Harriet Ford' John and Mike, of Miami hits for Saturday n *l

: Cum 19.00 to 23.00 '.t Englewood visited Mr. and hi* parents" Mr and Mrs. B. J. with her mother Mrs. Zula
Mrs. Albert Bornwell. Sunday. ...
were weekend and they att.eDd. swim
They will return to their home attests e4 M r.. ArrenaWutKrtch i Swit services. Mr*. Jobs
WA 604 In Michigan on Wednesday. and Mr. and Mrs. Yervtngton and John and Dick

Tommy Barnwell celebrated George 0aDftIn ass. Mr. and I .f Brodentan came and aped
tf i hie second birthday Sunday JaI.... 'W E. Thompson, Tampa Easter Day with Mrs. Will"*"*
EVERYTHING %
WASHABLE :? .-...: 3 afternoon. Enjoying tne occasion were their guests Saturday John went to Arcadia, for the,
I. with Tommy were"hie par and they had Easter dinner r night with his grandpareau.
f : t GETS THE RIGHT CARE! r mt- Mr and Mrs. Carl Bun- with Mrs trutnrtctk.Mr. and. MaryWe. who was was

t FIEE X-lb. box Bf AmlltiltD fl19t8UTt8; RIght This Way .Mirr. and Mrs. Dml. Dues : and Mrs Earl McLred I them. came .here for the aU**

x. and ..... Mr. and Mrs, and tw. children, of Taupe and. Monday with her grow-

ATw.W.. .eliTdtasytttiTar." .w..I.-. Cycles. with any purchase or 8 gallon or moth H To Dining Pleasure ..t ther.Mr. .

f .". t} i.. fore H.... AH '.fl rica wet.eiaa.euM stM- solo aewii +w.t t arw swie..l.I w I I and Mr*. c.-p Ma'-
pupl The a.N esreas... t. Se You're beaded. la the right Personal [tin OTTV cupper guests 5u ds1
ae .win r r' tae arts ruse Appearance Schedule
G-t ,ne..-,.. W.* r.sn.tine.-.r.silr e wr.W Tells., direction when yea strive. tsibere. I lac Mr. and Mrs L*..,...

t>V D.ms.Dry Soul t U. Sfte.a Cte*.. prw.4 M tat esigaie e.wr w swiss a* WV nye We're ksM w far ear BILLY JAMES HARGIS : Ttscfcer and csUUien. e< lrhsb.
Water Dlta. ..t.s > M a sow.rie.ti* sus bar ss> start( I vtU. ..
at t .e..ttt Maay Gar .. ae it ea basis. lhtisap hearty .*Uatyla dlshsa
Det..t ...t b..rs S.iatp4
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sad fr aervtce.STEAKS. Mrs. Flats: went **
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M..arw ss eaiee,Cer.e.a./ Bret "The Within with her ito uTi>tT. oaJfooaity
sew ai+Op asset, Enemy I and to .r liar.
It I' r a Getlled M a Tara I
S20995Musk Pseaa..e, SaN The Far Left" laeaa.Mrs.
-r tools roil ". Edna x-... Un.t Cksw'
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lire a*a<4ta fUC 1Ls.siitt.se ve W TM rue po.....". AstrH te., T3*> pus S..>....,. Vi..rase Arm r/ Ie lwsiMMN Arcadia.I S.rsu -.
.r .' Seery....... u.tM: pes.Cte.r..Mr !Nstt Gee.. Armen a
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; h ,: Furniture SltrtPOIK'S JOITS PURE &**\ HERMAN'S PINE POINTRESTAURANT Me.day. ...... 1JI, 7M ........T_.. ....... T_se ...... at* VVIaUCyMr. .

f Sea..eey. A.- ', $....y 14n4. Miami ............. I and Mr. Frank KaUM.TiaiDSj.

,:.1w. SERVICE IvWKl PURE OIL ....... CII eh 7s7 ...... Sae.retay. tl'se' ,. z ........ ... coene Bsnintsy Iff tkeUy
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: ..T.. Store Wh I t* 70. .... I ........ to ......._ Mr. K**
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BOWLING I Deer, Turkey Hunting Asked In This Area News From Ona II


p Lakeland -(Special) Public in public Interest in the prr- Late watertewl. *eo*** with t5O to 3 to request the Com- LAST WEEK'S NBW9! Mr. and Mrs. Fay Albrlttonj
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NEWS opinion for opening HlUsborough. regulations meetings 'atruwit, most iliuk possible! Yes 254.No iiiis
I Manatee Sarasota liar- noted. 0. 'tlalmge. dOe fields Brown oC Tampa \isiUU i her parent Mr*. Tim Mercer Mrs. Howard -
dee and DeSoto Counties to Opinion ran sharply against l 'it.hill' .ttVpl'CiSC U.J I I H.-ul : .tUI McCoy and
Linda visitedMr. .
Mr. and Mrs.
.. deer hunting opening Pine- establishing the Cltrue. Wildlife ell.**. Hardee and DeSoto Management. Are as an ,net'tirlh3 inelaete.i reyue.t.thus of the vota.s rovm said tha.tih over the weekend. for the weekend' in Tampa.
Counties to turkey hunting and exclusive bow huntlatg area t tlio ('unl1nl"I1"< "i vtnove tally to.ni.h..r with letton Henry Smith of Miami vls- Freddie
CENTRAL FLA. TRAVEL Meyer wa high for Whidden for the same dove season in all and against making aay deer the thrte-aheO shx) 'la"-i plug a.v.l petitions received frown lta>ri his parents Mr and Mr*. Malowskl a student
LEAGUEThe with 507. Buzz Eagle led Channel counties in the South Florida legal the last day of the *...- rtjsulii >In, when hunts c. nu- ,persons unable to attend tw, Harry Smith over the week- Donna Alderman and Al,
travel loop was back Inaction In*. to a 3-1 win over Ar- Region of the Game and FreshWater quail bag limit from 10 person live game only, and thit th- several M....*lnst) will be referred dials Boyd of Sarasota vi.*
: after being Idle for moat cadia Music Buzz had 534 Fish Commission ran Opposition to ralstatf. the commission oppose the an omllu. I to the' Commie***), end.Sanest Har\ ill'it mother. Mrs. ited Mr. and Mr. Frank Wal,
of March. Tom Anderson and and Geor*>e Ola 51 T. Ted El- high in six public pre regulations day to 12 per day narrowed to inn-gun legislation p.mlin_; in which meeta a In Tailahoe.eeApt.I Hattie" Harvill I III seriously III ker Monday.
George Palmer paced the local ler had 494 for Arcadia Music. meetings held last week. 180 to 177. Opposition to the CVr Mi';, "*. One meeting voted 24 to set the ltt 4-W in a Mulberry hospitatl. The wedtdng of Vera Jean
team from Bowl Land to a 3-1 The DeSoto National Bank according to J. O. Brown Regional exclusive bow hunting area hunting and fishing' rule' and Mr. and Mr. Carl Harley Albritton bo Danny Dunkin
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win over Ridge Lanes in Bar- team nipped Sunbeam Bread Manager.Out was 341 to 264: and fS to 1-egul.ttione. attended the will be held at the home of
graduation
tow. Tommy had a 568 series 31. Tommy flees topped the of a possible 694-vote. 11t 5 against an "any deer"! harvest Social I Security lie also saM. "I beMeve the at Tallahassee Friday exercise her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
and George a 551. Don Davis Bank with 494. and Bill MeAnly the Regional tally was: the last day of the season public will appreciate knowingthe when their In law Albritton at Wauchula Hill.
sun Ralph
was on top for Ridge with 8O4 for Sunbeam 513-214. counties: For the Yea new 47O' deer No.hunting 31. The widely discussed' early Visits Planned majority) opinion of ports- Hough graduated for a highway Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m.
All friend '
on games of 204178222. The hunting season south of State who attended theve meet- are Invited to attend
Team Standing Won Lost For the new turkey hunting men patrol officer Ralph will .
HosUirnts UttSotn
a( County
league will roll next week at Coca Cola 77 43: are**? Yes. 318. No. 2. Road 60, while definitely apposed II\KM to make their wishes be stationed in the Clewrwu r'G >
Lake Wales. do.tr.ng to file for social soiiuuy --
Smith X-Cel 75 45Midleton For the same dove seasonin by many ..portMaftPft.- known knowing" how the totaln. tor urea. !
with
meet social
Team Standings Won Lost Candy 6&Vj 511,4 oil First Region counties sent in the meetings met with riur;ty can representative' a from 0 .. may differ treat the elate We received three Inches olrwwt t
Bowl.Land 28 1Z Allen..'. Radio 62 V. 511 I,y Yes 249 No. 10. far yeas hostility than had a m. to 13 noon at the County" tak.n in a .usg.i meeting. and Friday and SoHtrday
Bartow Lanes 26 74PlanteF Acardia Music 61 5J:>> The six meetings in Dade been anticipated Brown aaid how the overall vote may, illfU. : COCO
Courtroom on the followingdates Mrs Willie Tatum ul My-
Lanes 26 14Jack's Channel Ins 60 60 City. Ilurtow. Tampa Sebring. The vote to open season statewide Item one's indivklual hire.a ..
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It was nanounosxl Here alike City visited Mrs. u">n-
Bar 25 1S DeSoio Nat. Bank 53 63 Fort Myers. and Sarasota on the same dale Including whit should be done."
toduy: aid Merrer and children!
Lela's Sunland n 23 The Wh:dden Co. 54 6(1Sunbe ( were attended by 696 sportsmen both north and south of April 14 and SB, May 12 tad A total of 20 (pr.ulaU.H\II duy i'hul'I I ,.
Ridge Lanes 16a un Bread 44 76 from 73 towns and cities SK 60. was 234. yet there were rust i ings were heM statewide,
:26. June o und S*.
Cypress Gardens 13 ::21 The Arcadian 42 73 in 12 counties, records show 323 votes gar earlier dates he said and the composite' vote Mr aM. Mrs Wrfcpy Mile "iffrf
WeiAver' "ti6"" 9:11 south of the road. The three- The representative' et o..oe *'- of all <2O meetnj will be r f ,m Cottondale. Mr. and Mr.
and total" of 768
including by a Commission persons<< phase vote was: For two weiksearlier. .l that considerable time OauMbi .... almered l toy. the Comittiasion in Louis Choncoy and.. ,......... ,
person saved if upplieanto br *aH>t and. M* sad Mrs Donald Mercer .
132; three weeks rUeI' tabllshlng the 1W4-64 rule'
nel. This : with 253 -
compares with them their soetal,
INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE 133; and four week rr-. aerwrtty und rvgulatiuiM.Passion and f1'hUctNn1' ," 1\.Ir.1\ ; .
in the 19O3
persons present c.M, evidence of .., record ,
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Woodrow Md.uctM' Raster :
' Tusday night action at Uowl- meetings and 432 present in Uer 56 for a total of 323
1 4 pti'>t year's earnings and a dinner
land featured a battle of strikes: votes. i I
19til.: indicating a sharp
upturn .
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peasant -
. between two giants. Mitrsaen The vote to open the general Play Mr." and Mra. Hob Albrltlnn.Mr I
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Wallis. for Palmers Spreader hunting season statewide on carnmgs.Prager and Mr.. A. Browning --- ------
service let fly with seven in IliS Softball Start November :21 wa favored ""w> Trcin CancelledThe and girts. M,. and Mrs. Oracky -----1 .
a row to zip him to a 247 game to 1. Other vote In the stx ("\1mb.. and children o4 Tampa i .
Al kxiwaras! was close behind meetings; Included the following Corns spri .itil Atlantic Omit Allen. Youman. Mr and I.F'I I' I-t1 ..a
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for Gulf Naval with six strikesIn Planned April 21 : I.lne train" st.heitutril: to carry Mr Ralph McCiwhion: of LL'm.lc *-
a row for :u tremendous No Test Planned pa a'mters. t tll the black Hills .. were dinner' attests of
The DeSoto Softball Assoc- season baS limit oil Uuik Pnm'on! Play tit Lake W 244 gameV.JlliiHeiits: 11".14.1. S '
evening was a irt wh.<.> L" -it,,>r< will open the season deere*. :280. No. 141. "tur .n. "April II 1 i b* the tit iiiiuy ha. be n rmirelcd.) a.'. '-- -- --- I .. 7:00: P. M. j
war has a 602. Palmer touk April 21 with five teams. Ken Open Citrus Area ertftwiyseason date of the! i>e'rt nat'oi. '! .wml l* cording' to Ted rtveash.? ACL' April' 10 18FRCCI :II
. .. ail lour Auams. association member October: 18?' Ye. oa""to. Ju. u Cnr|<'. Placement Teat, ...-nt. I MUSCULAR PRK8IOO :
gumts.Central .
"" staled Tuesday night after a No. 104. w 'to.une-d ,hS"rs had.p.: hose. who have. already; rrHtrvod I 1 CI..... Sunday 0
Transformer won meeting'at Central Transfer Extend turkey season to the It will he .aVala, 1 hM-iil.- fur seats hue the trip will i ACHES-PAINS -4
2t, from Peace Hiver Moving last .Gllar/ Seaae >
I that five weekend in Jam/ Yea thus In ftefluta County. who have their stony rorun Uu
;v( r sponsors were rk- l-M'Vo tshlttn.
I '" when .
, 'and Storage. Jcif l'uj.e ltu signed! up for the season. :213. No. 54. wish ta take lb. teat, at Main Mj,_* 8" r l>oih .qlal.J I ..' .uit iitii 11)| ni' u r> n'f'' hum ymiv a" T..day "
. ., ,. i the CTC Days with a luih Adams also announced that Spring gobbler settono In Poet Office' ftaracotn. at tt.aH; Tics annual play I I. preMit. ., ai-ii.r 'nit'ht < niul 1 iNtlit and 'hotljllMrx April 21 inNightly s
game of 21U und lit .,:-' ci.i-. a sheet was being circulated South '..Iura.... Relish Yes, a. ">. utn..IH> ..,tJ., sash. year in .Lake. Wale. by I'i M i.rifil: a.ir, cl.l.r>l with a:10MaU" :
jimmy Aibrlttun kept l-uc: + :. 4 ;n the community' for Interest: 9U.: No. 41. All appJifuot must:' bwAmi. ..,......r sat .u nnti w a dramatt- \rihrum, ii;h.urnNam. llurilt- ... ...
J River alive with w 13 game Close quail and 1 I I Luhb.go. ........k... h. and' *: P. M, r
*> Fu. i.. fi persons to sign tin for pro squirrel season .'ricnn cltU.ciMt at .let-t IIyei.m s, tlu.i/ of 'the lint' ..",..*. days ts .
'""I. and a 5dd series.. Ions on teams. Player must February 28? Yea. ISO / of owe aMct te upon to of lltriju's life 0.' rurlli. M.;!erhw wlnful- Muarular' ."'we. |law Wsrfnsadsrrldsy / n

1. Turner Realty took thr. be signed up no later than No. 33.Dove. ,..arricd tti.uplc who" have no .* played Use leading. rat> I'bode disNwtinrla" or' youi andslwrday N r

' from Tropical Exterminatorsteam. April k0. tomorrow and ..... season affording moat ct..ndton under et htcoayeuaui over MAO.The none b ek. At all ttrug rnuntff > I .
y? .. 8400 R. ...
Tom Anderson smasht'd weekends of shooting pe..tklstYe. I p vTtnslcy's
do so by phoning A,*ams. .1"'r A rv.i r> decree play ell be .presentedthrmirh
out a ::523 series for Turner aid Team and *. 4'14" No. 14. not I''UN"! I to iuuiiry April 19. "areadls Drugs '-- 4 .. O.Sot Oradenten Rtoad.

'. ; I Bub Houk had a 517 scriesfor are.sponsor Central Trui>.lur.r.managed manager III :.- ..-..-.,. -.... -- :_ .._ .. oJ

Tropical. by Billy Wlnlfrey.The :
Frank Naxarro had a493 Celia' G vcu.7fresPrcrn ?
; Corral. Calvin Waldron
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series that helped Johnson'sGrove Morlne. Auto. Ken Adams; Feed \ "M
". Service take all four : Kiahway DranUe,.'. Gulf Station Ro- ,\ow wi CA n U; Feed
points from Barfield's shop. bert Lanier and Johnson'. Store StoreDEAR'3

. 'Les Hatcher shot a 473 series Training School Grove Service managed by .
\Ifor the ", boy
hop"
: Junior Deea.Little .
Claude H. Laker. Jr son of SAVE"M

Mr and Mrs Claude If Baker $

" MERCHANTS LEAGUE Sr. Brownville. Road alt
Mar Wallis again shattered League 1 ,
Arcadia, graduated on Thurs
the maple to pace the Merchant day. March 26. from the State

i' X-Cel*to loop a 4-O and sweep lead over Smith-the Highway Training School In Plans Reported Summer Lawn '. 1

Arcadian team. Wall rolled Tallahassee.He Plans to get the Arcadia Little 3 Gallon Blue Grass
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.204-212-194 fa total 607 and wa .h rn In Lakeland: League baseball>> program j Special .. :, "" Jprlha| *|I* jk B PMiboMaa> I-
the --only ace to reach the -too" ,
Ga.. but moved with .his par- underway again this year have "" WaterCan'Coolersanalysis
-'mark. Bob Palmer had 617 for begun to generate' some Inter .
X-Cel also. Willie Pollock was ents to Arcadia sixteen yearsago. est throughout the area. With purchase of 1 100
high for the Arcadian wth 439 He attended local schools, This Saturday a work-day.
.. while Lee Barrett rolled the and graduated from the Do ha. been scheduled at the little pounds or more of any x galvanized I and plastic I

..? high game of 181 and a 439 Solo High School. Trooper Baker league field located on of fertilizer coated ,
series. Coca-Cola won 3.1 o' erAliene' / lining. a_
., then joined the Air Force, South Brevard Avenue at the we'll loan you our spread +
Radio and TV. Tom trailer park. Work that need i ..
.. free! .p
Anderson paced. Coco-Cola and served four year, two of er !
to be done Include putting up $
with 201-554, Ebby Dyal 209- which he spent lit Puerto Rico new bleacher Starting time r 7 80

211-544 and .Jerry Scott 514. Three day after graduating. ha been set at a ajn. Lawn Mower
.. Al Edwards had a 213 and Jr. Claude married Constance The Little League Ladles r'r .

,q.K Norris 508 for AI.ene's. Mid- Canaan of Arcadia, and aftera auxiliary ha a meeting scheduled .
1, dleton Candy Co. won 3-1 over week honeymoon trip around for 7:3O Thursday night Special 4 ? 5
spit! The Whidden Co.. Ray. Atkins Florida, has reported for April 18 at CTC. Mother ofaU 5 Gallon Size.

._. rolled 539 wth a 211 game and duty in Key West where they Little Leaguer and Minor 1 Gallon size Gasoline Can '
.r .{.t Roy Grecory 211-317. Gene will make the4r home. '-........ are areal to a.te.l. FERTILIZER
falSI! with rubber pouring spout

... r_ and air vent $9 70
: 69c 50 lb. bag 99 .

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: .. Goddafcw. Kindrthcy? Basanacarp. Ennysiztuem?

"' Cupplapounds. Hittinhard? Sordalito. Wahuoozi?


-fJ .k.';;,:. ;:t The important thing about bean ,/ Gobbawurms. Fishmonahboddom? Rydonnahoddom. Igoddage.


.1: popular is staving!!!! that way. Tubad. Sccyaround. Yatakidezy. Guluk.P. .

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S. Here's o conversation you'll hear around Tlmley's Feed Store Prices are the best In town

and there's a great selection of all f iihin tackle and supplies." i


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.:;" Ortho-gro Liquid Fishing

'010 Plant Food i" Bfgaest i As-iorlmiW.

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.".....,) GLOBEVeterinary ,

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...- -.- -- lS a 4 .JJ 2LL Dust .'--6, .., ., Reel Repairso

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everything .arc arc
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3rd biggest seRer Regular 79c: 59 C." ? IhJ' ngo RcfTXfd/ .- "'11"' Ranch and Farm Tools

tfeaa ever SEC OUR DISPLAY
fey men < -
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.- wi see.y0ttaf se teed .-,.... d.w" tor...*. c1.Meaair 3 Bags! Florida Peat $1.40 SeedsTINSLEY'S

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?A ughtrcy! Motor Company:7' ...- I FEED STORE
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Published Every Thursday DIAL WA 8-8501 TO PLACE 6ACLASSIFIED Ail ;
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Arcadia, Florida, Thursday April 9, 1964
SERVING THE HUB OP' SOUTH. CENTRAL. .FLORIDA -- -- .
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INCOME TAXRETURNS HUP WANTED C NOTICE -
LEGAL NOTICE'SIH
PHONES WA .8801 OR WA S-8S11
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HAVE OPENING .FOP two TMI COURT O* TNt COUNTY.luOGI.
Classified: 5 cents per wor Minimum charge $1.00. IM THE CI TNt ouoro COUNTY
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(2) men or women to .1.tOVc3T
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I .. Display; Advertising In classified aectlon $120 per iTuller Bruin customers: In De- .OIOA IN AND lOa olSoro Bit ISTATf OF
COUNTY 1L0R/OA. IH ettANCIIIY'UIT .< A. DAVIS" DKrMii .
column: Inch. Minimum size accepted: -one inch. II Soto County-, Florida. Dealersnow TO QUilT TITL. rO ALL CalDIToas AND PfKSOMS

TAX BETUBNSPB.IPABED making $OO and better c... H.. ...,J2S HAVING CLAIMS OH OfMANOSAAAINST I
AU classified, cash with 0I'da'lnleq Advertiser: Dfce 22 Pe. IO.JJSMUSSEL. SAID ISTATIl '
week. Ior
particulars .. EXPENSES
every HEAD. MM You KEEP
onu eoch of hereby
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\ has rstabllsned account' with The Arcadlan.Deaalirls : SI.OB .*. ... W.*tle* .... a... write P. O. Box 706. Sarasota Plointift./ ...>'If...... and requir.>
for Classified Ads Wednesday 9.00: a.mCIsW04..t WA .'J2I1. 0 _II.. eeet o* Statevt 1 ur Phone 9241422. THApcn.aADAMS, of ale. clomp ot and demand nova winch ooaint.you the orritttar IN TOY/
27-tfc nrot. of NOY5.m 1v .
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NOTICE OF SUIT .
In eight point type. Average 48 word .. rO. Ar. dM. ---- TO: "' M. ADAMS. M oliveond .it aid CountY. to tn* County Judo* '
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NOTICE ODES. th* unknown heir*. ., OeSoto County, Florida, at hi* r
per inch. office In the court ttou of Sod
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devi****, leoatee* grant*. os-
...... County ot Arcarha Florida within
creditor.
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Box number charge 23 cent extra. If replies to MISCELLANEOUSFOR NOTICE: I will not be reapunsiblo tee. or orhr claimant. or par- ... COIe' dar _the from trio time *f
for debts made tie Ctaimmo Interact by. throuoh. rti* lost publiceticn ol Ihw notice.
SO cents. any
be mailed SALE under or oanln** tho tout THAD- Ton snows of each claim or demund best
u. by anyone other than myself. DELIS P.. ADAMS m the land Shall b.n. _"-. and .r.all.. *..... When It comes to automobile insurance the L
Card of Thanks charged at classified rate Janie W. Calnes. hereinafter. described; She place' of ..__. orxJ post .,. to keep ..pen..in tow is with onEtna
your
FOR SALE Electric stove ADAMS unknown POUM of flea addrew of the claimant, andllhall way
i used and In good condition. 23-29-30-31-p Ur-III. ADAMS, .if h* bemarrrivd b* swam to by the. claimant.and Casualty Auto-Rite Policy. It provide lower rates
I I' olrve and If dead. 5.w OQ"nt. or ot'O.n.y and acc_ -
quarterly
drivers and convenient payment
Call WA 8-7101 Extension 15 '- --- the unknown heir. dvie. la.aatee p.nSed by a fling 'roe o' dollar I for sale a
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-' or Extension No. 6 during the *. gra.fe.., oaeione**, 0i-' Such claim or demand not *o plan. Chances are you can qualify. Call .us.RUPERT .
REAL ESTATE 0n creditor*, truttee or otherclairnont filed. rvall,. be void.. .
FOR RENTFOR day of person* claiming Irv Robert Edward Davis
FOR SALE'ion IKAIKOTCB -.*, by. through. under orogairwt .... '
28-p A* .utc>r of tho Last Will
the sad ; ADAMS -
.K. Par and Tettomerrt of
in | land ilnaf t rdmcrMMKl
SALE 2 bedroom Tampa RENT-.Furnished. apart ; A. C. WAGM'd. .. R. B, DAVIS oecamed SMITH AGENCY '"i
meat. 203 N. Manatee Ave. roil SALE Take soil away aliv, and I'I ood. tha. unknownrwir Oavkf C. Hollaman
area home. Will also con .. Attorney for Eaacutor .' "'
the Blue Lustre way from *. dwn. Mgot..s. O'on.taw 19 8. D.Soto Ave.
alder late model auto and cash Mrs. Clyde Carroll *. _._, li nav.. cr""d.* P.O' Boa 1029 .' .
carpets and upholstery. Rent tor*. trut_* or etrwr clamont.ar Arcadia FloridaMarch. WA 8.1311 WA 9-2341
Or trade for Arca- 23-28-27-28-p |M TM- CIP"I''T eQual 0 TM .
for equity. electrIc' shampooer $1.00. Arcadia TWELfTH JUDICIAL CIBCUrT OPtkO'lbA p*no.S clowningM..st. bv.rnrouon 2.. Apr" 2-9-16. I9o4 "
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dia home. Inquire at 15 South RENT UI Music Furniture Store., IN AND PUS WWAAGNER nr IInoIt.ladN.NnotN ....-nti
"FOR Duplex DtSOTO COUNT aid M. C. CIRCUIT COURT OF TNt COMPANY .,
Ilernando. Gloria Avenue. Arcadia. Re- 28-C IM CMANCiHT .-d; A. C. WAG- TW''TN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' o. ATM CAJBJUTt a SMETV '
28-p C.. M*. 1O.MOCLAUDC M*. tM* tpowM of rtoa sold' A. C.WACNER FLORIDA IN AND .0. OUOTO ro
decorated. $49 per month. NE A CAUL TON. if Olive and it ood.tria COUNTY IN CHAMCIBVActleo III 8AH988. CONNECTICUT ,: .. .
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY '9-3366 Punta Gorda or FlamIngo "FOR SALE Brand now SO Plaintiff. unknown "hirr, o>...>..*., I*. ter D* ero I '
on, < *. oxwanc**. llvn- Cae Me. IOJJ !
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Court Highway 17, Route calibre 15 shot Army style LUwf,v* BLACK at of.. A IZ S.I.D..n :1. are.-.r; :*, truto* or otnorclaimonl I HERBERT P, PFAfF.. '

u..... wW* U* I.....*r....,- No. 1. Box 810', Punta Gorda. automatic rifle 7777. Tine No iu *by.or tnrouqri.pawns unrlvr cloiminaIntonnt oroooirMt I Pkuntif" CLASSIFIED>> DISPLAYBurke's :
.......... 1 OP SUIT _
Wotertreat Nome **4 M 1'. RUTH ,
Florida. ley's Feed Store S. Orange at IN THI NAME OF THt STATE OP tn aid A. WAGNER I Pf"AFP."
Ct tCHABLOTTf ,
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In rn* land nMlnafnvr oerito: Defendant .J(
UlAN MAHNIM4A 27, 28. 29. 30-p W. Magnolia Street. WA 9- TO'LOIUDA LUCV BLACK (olnad by *" hue- HARRY BUSCH If all and il 1 MOTICI OP SUIT
*et* I 3201. 25tfc band, 'r t dod tn. unknown nlr*. o** STATS OP FLORIDA TO:
.. D. ELLIS J*. "FOR RENT Unfurnished. known w .. S.SILACKIOUs AA ..-*i, ......**, orant.m, omnon Ruth J. PtoffI .
--... KLOfPFER, a widow; WILLIAM *.*. 1 Signors, creditor truto I OS Kendol ..
I BreM* Offlee. r.O. air tl*, 4k. house Phone WA 9-1682. FOR SALE One flat head I 1.: MATTE* and. JENNIt R. MAT- or othr claimant, or porcon Walpole. Mauochuiiett Tree Service .i
PNIdIN..**, Pfc. NO SS74I.CLASSIFIED 26-tfc V-8 for Ford truck TIM, hi.* wife; MARCARETHtSCHLAMOW ctotmmo lntoro.t by. throua*. I You are rMfreby notified. that a
engine com and If married her under or ogairwt ttta aid HARRY .uit for divorce ..... been filad _.....

Furnished plete with clutch pressure spauia, and It th* aid defendant BUSCH, BUSCH "you m the obov styled. court andV'NI ., ,. .
DISPLAY FOR RENT- apart. or any ot them are dvod. tn* unknown .pan. of MARMY or* required to servo a copy of
ment, three rooms and bath. plate and four speed transmlsilon. ALL UNKNOWN pound' havingor BUSCH If he be _10Id. if your. written detnv If arty to the
Also 1 Heavy duty Boat claiming to hove any riant/ allv: and if d.od. M. unknown: lone upon Robert 1. Car attorney
Inquire 202 S. Illllsboro title, Interest. eitar*. lien. claimer Kclr*, d.vlw.Le. .. .laoatoo*, aran* sun plainliff v3\. \ Main '''''. Tree Removing Trimming and De-Mossing
JOHN PARKER 23tfc I Trailer equipped with electricbrakes demand by tnrouoh, under *, oMton**, Honor, creditor*. _'a. Ps..io.' and til.. tn.. .... Sof'I .
I
tandem axel four heavy or against Mom or any ef th m.a trut*.* ur ethor claimant orporon thereof m the office of ... clerk
REALTORHOMES hew*. devraee. orantee .leoate uand.r! > ... .intor..t by the obov-tylod. court on or before -Spraying to Remove Moss. Stumps Removed '
FOR RENT Apartments duty 10 ply nylon tires. **, ossionees/ |inorv, crodttor trwoogn.' or ooairot tn. the 24fH day of April l. I9o4. If you ,
and E. Will handle 20 foot or longer& trust.* or omr cl ,imanr*, and J aid BUSCH '''fa,1 to do *o, a decree pro confenomay .
electric equipped. ;
: gas
GROVES ALL UNKNOWN parfio hovm0. land* hertnoftor I'I I 0..nter.d ogairwf. you for the by Machinery. .i
T. Smith Hardware, W. Oak Inboard cruisers. Will sacrifice claiming or .....t.__ to law MAT MCCNA. r lief domanded In the Complaint.N 4 _
RANCHES for quick sale. Call WA 0-1041. any riant, title 'interest, oWlien. dead tha unknown twin. .. WITNESS WHCMEOP I 'have hereto' "
WA 88271.20tfc
Corner Street. Arcadia. claim or demand 'In and :; V.soot..S/ pens..*, Os- .*t my hand and official seal this
28-c tho property .hereinafter dcrio, none**, lanai, creditor tru- 24 day ef Mach, .96..
East Oak and North D.8ot. -- .-- !... or other claimant. or per.on (SEAL) All Work Guaranteed
You' ond each of hereby claiming lntrt by througH.
: you oro : IISLIE r. AVANT )
Arcadia Ph. WA ....11 FOR R.NT-Tw. unfurnished FOR SALE 23 foot travel notified that a suet, .in Chancery haa under or ooalncf/ tna aid THOMAS Clerk. of the Crrcult' Court W
houses near the Baptist trailer with easy lift hitch. bean instituted. by the above namdplaintiff MSCNA. .m tn. land hero-. By ALPHA ENTZMING1R r.1i 1 .li1
/ in the above entitled. Court InafrerMffNA d..rlbed; JI
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Church In Hoc.t: _. Please Aluminum Yellowstone. Re'riferator. agonist you. to establish.., ouiet and th* unknown ooueo. ol Robs .0.D.puty Clerk ,
phon. WA 8-1080. 24-tfc Range Lights Bath. ccnfirm, plaintiff lisle. In and to THOI the MIENA. If no be mar. Attorney for Plaint, 128 S. Brevard WA 8-4581 j
the following _.,bed land. m De- led, If alive and If dead tnaunknown I 70S I Main Street
Trailer Park Manager Arcadia Solo County Florida, to-wif: ...W., device*. leooteo*. Sew_'.. Florida/
Acreage-Homes FOR RENT Available Ap,11lat. Trailer Park. AH of Vettion 4. Township 3* aronteo, OMiane**, Iwnor*. crdltortru March 2o. April\ '2.91964'
A very nice :2 bedroom South, Rang 29 East, *av* and >tee* or other claimant .
Groves 28-p ..cept tho EH of the. sa'/. .. parrs cla-"e IMNMS. by. I NOTICI 0' INTrNTIOH TO NIGSTIS 1
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furnished. .
home. Completely
thereof.You through, under or ooaimt theSod FICTITIOUS NAME .
CALL WA .TODAY..UI AdulU only. No pets. Call WA and each of .roor: hereto., i MCENA .In She Nottoe. I. he.by V''hO'' the u d ...'"
FOR 8ALB Used Gas RangesIn notified and ,. ,... .. tile.. your rand .nerinafter oracribad; ant --d daeM to engage In ord con CLASSIFIED. DISPLAY
44 ACRE mature hearing' 8-7801. 23-tfc answer to tha plaintiff's, Bill of Com.plaint all other path.n having or claim _. a bua_ undr t..e fat/trout/ r4
Good Condition. DeSoto filed l ogams* you .m tha aoova right, tit' I* o II __ of
:MowersI:: = :
grove with a production that Oas Compnny. Phone WAlnut ntdledtawnIS.. Clerk. .' She (ana* hereinafterovtcribed AUTO PARTS COMPANY
will pay off the coot ,f the FOR RENT Now available. tho Circuit Court of De'"o.: Cour... under any of ouch por- In HI. County ef OSot and Stele and Insulation
8-4501. 2-tfo Florida. en the llrh of May ti*., and oil <*r pron orPortia of Florida, and Inland to registeraid Roofing
grove and Its maintenance Vacant', apartment Down- .194 and to serv* a copy .f your having :. claim mg to fictitiou* name with tho Cook
and give you returns ash, town. Summer rates. Air condi CLASSIFIED DISPLAY answer upon L..._ a. Loitnor. P. O. havo any right, title or Interestm o' the Circuit. Court *f DvSoto Courv.y. .
Boa J49. Arcodio. Florida plaintiffsattorney the .land .--._ /_ described Florida pursuant to th* coq.wn.mine
yoar. Has 1 Bedroom homo tioned. DeSoto Apartments. 202 *. In default ef which th* or any part ,ha.oI /. of tee Sal.0* Plrtrtdo SMtuta.SLal..IownMURRILL ."
and grovo equipment for W. Oak 24-tfc matter* alleged m sad complaintoro I It .M ....>. that you and each.. of :.. By Experienced
St.- 3;
TBACTOft TIMS .. .
bo taken a* confessed by you, you above named and aecrlbe' d0O0eea -
160.000.. W. .... a OLe Dtoeeonf fr.inreoelo a decree pro confess entered oaomsfyou and ..Ie and .ervo your ne- WRlla...irW' Ol <0nBArcadia. .
7 ACRES at $88.00 tractor lire orlce h* effect ond the pkwntiff allows*} to proceed war .* other written t fene to .... t T Workmen /
peraero. INCOME TAXRETURNS .. pattyWI1NtSS .do 't' .....
.... ... worn complaint filed. _..... you In "' .
Bet this. I my nand and official March 2*. \ .
h abova April 2-9-16. 194
.... couee endh.1 you to epear -
Bee seal of said Court thr oth day ofA .
100 ACME on paved ITANBASO .ril. .194, ot """ad.... Florida.iv I and file your answ.r other Bonded' >f
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OIL COMPANY' (Ky4PMIL >> A/l written ofenee with the Clerk of
>)>
r.**. '.123 Par _... ._- Dkitmwota* lESLH I. AVANT Circuit Court of She Twelfth Judicial p Bird
CLASIIPISO DISPLAY aD.N.. .. r.. Clerk. ot the Circuit Court Circuit of ......, In and for DeSotoCounty.

Jarrett Hamilton .-. By D.C.ALPHA INfZ"'INGI" : .In Arcadia. ,....Florida... of on the or Court: beforo Home the ::100 ol'a". 10CtOAilfu ":-. ::, Roofers ."'

Realtor R. H. WOOD CLASSiriSD DISPLAY .AprH 9.16.27.30, 194 2Otti' day of April, 194. and that ,
II ft. Silk Af. WA 0UTIIIAN ;you oh* eervo copy of your stun ,...
a-' INCOME. TAX IN TN' BOWO BETTY 40Hnf and ACCOUNTING RAVELY TB.ACTOBS TWIIPVN" C.e'lIA CIRCUIT. IN Harrleun a Joe-...... ptamtiff ottomoy > Specializing In Residential'and "

.II N. L.. Ave. Lawn Nurvory fiad.n PLOa1DA."AND' .O. DESCTO 1IN 1.COUNTY cNAN"' .Y /' .*Bonk.. oho *Building oddree, : Monohio Krw'lono. >rMaj. -- fly RUSSELL KAY Cominerclal Building',Inoulatlee. ... .

3O Mower-Botary CultivatorKetory C SI NO. This 1riSs. re .
Call I* *uit to qutet of
FOR RENT WA 98748For And .
Roofing.For
.. POBECLOSWBICOLONEL You have probably heard of ,,
flow. .0.f A S tho Plomtilf. to tha following d...r*>- a
Appointment WA.s\ *EkSt od land "S>lng and boina .In DeSoraCounty. organizations 'that make a.bus-
BOUNDS IQUIPMIMT CO. and ter wit. riorMa. aokcntoot. a* follow. .. .
FOR RENT On* bedroom I S't'e: bw."1PARCIL Incas ofaclnC missing! per Free Kstlmates Write OP Call Collect
Be* S4J 0-**, .... WAIT : pSNipr, end. thI .&
furnished house adjacent to CLASMfM. DI..LAYNOTICE 5.I rOHNSON. -"OI' eS FAUM A. SON! and private detectives who .
Kwlk Chek Store. Inquire 190 .. SUPPLY. M. .. COKHIGANItMAMCI The NIVi and tho NWVi of Ih* wll dig up Information for Bowen Roofing Co., Inc.o;jr'
COBPCMAtrON 1 end UV. and tha NVk of tho NWViof '
Nelson Street WA .-. JM. SERVICESSERVICES th* UNITED. STATES OP' ""UHt* : Section 30 Town. you at a price, but have you 10 Park St. P. O. Box tS7 '8ebrfng., "1.. '
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2f-p AM'CIA..vtmN hie) ... Rang. Iii toktj ever heard of an organization Collect EV B-03St

troll -. Tree trimmed HOTICI TO BfflMB O.. OPB O* andPAJICIL BV that maker a business of lice

ItKNT Private modern and removed also. firewood. PUSUCATIOM SUIT FOBFOBECLOSUSE n... part of tho SWVi ., t5.. lag BOOKS?

apartment, fully furnished Due to limited u... I Licensed NI. v. and .... toftV Y. of the UV. .- .
: and Insured. Call Ed TOl WALTER B 4OHNau4 and INF2 Flores I betterv Is the only. -
Section 2B. Townahio 3* Seuthvaanoo DISPLAI'
with new furniture. AU utilities can do only t.x m..... 1 wile. ana ROE. :: CLASSIFIED
Johnson WA 84243. :sucks NSOM rti* 2S awl lying Woal of state that can boast of such a '. .
Included in oat ActulU have bAodloci ie prevejeCllente 28cPAPEB AMI fAMM HSKEBV SUPPLYYOU NOTlFlIO thaCamptaird I U t.T HiohwoyTi.. : research organization. It Is .

No pets. Inquire 844 N.: UlUs- years. for ._...... N ........ wh..H s.Nf .... boon Inttituted ... Ih* known and .
Book Tracers Is
DISPLAY'LAND ..... I Circwl Court of th* Twelfth Judtalot as
=3U'.D = 5.M Mal f. ..mA .ISch
boru. may make appoint* i :__ gaga I.... oe 0.eo.I N taw now..po.w. Orcurt .f OoSot County: florMo. located at Chuluots. Florida.
:aa-p. m,nt bpr csOllnc WAiout. end y.w ae .vu-.4 IsPM led *hM vow wrft net emit .lettho Florida Is historic state Owner Leaving Town :
:? ... ... falls an .
4481 ., "--- rooltr led thing **t led
Yon RENT: Two bedroomApartment. HANOIrea p-- ,. .... ........ lOt ..... and thousands of books, stores
PAINT SeeS _..f Attvme' *. WILLIAM' H.GAlnANO. 55005 .....-... .." paa eBi.p.M and special articles hartbeen
Tartly furnished. Jam.E R. Mundwlt Fee pr-f .icnl *>*d* work. KM* SJ9 l Ions I Snvet Wt>. pans Nrovw o d.cnos pre I ",, '
Inquire ,'tit West Oak1't"t. 10 .. D..... Ave. droa **rd t* Mr. Haymond. K*. sred.M.Akwde.. and Ode. I5.. orioOt s nfa.e .n/oed agowyew.. I written about it since 1 Executive type mahogany desk. j!
son or Mr*. C. Ram Ml .I. wth"w.p -- ..I 'Arww.l M PMOOirO M 10 sHwe WITNESS ay hand and official, ..N. Ponce de Leon set foot on Flor- .
:2opHW I Ar.6dls. rierMCLASSIFIID Ida soil at SL Augustine ,
J-4I
tor rtorOc
on
and
'- I twin muroM
RENT furnished no tharoe tor -....... oa e. 55..b70/A day Ok AorM.1904If ( ) LESlIf AVANT. Realizing the need for a
I you fe.1 r* d* **. J.aIww, 1 G. E. Deluxe model electric
hwuae fur rent' Including aUutUItI. 25-tfe :Default wrtt M token aqaipiporry you := Clark. o* C* wit Court clearing house of Florida data.I range

.... Call WA 8-4)11 DISPLAY w. .la. d.mw.d.d WI c--- Des.*. County: fsxiilaBy nook Tracers set out to Esther 30"
or I "'-. ancnpf.w .. Nunpre.. A->ne> in/arwe._ Almost New. $100.00'I
WA 8-7971 after flvo. CLAMWIIO. DtSPtAV. -! oojHns tNy O.pu.y C.>*rkHARBISON all available Information. Over -
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21-e lncoiti Tax -- -- Beu n7.=et t*Q.. *.....th...*_rorthiat VV .< .Nert Ct'.. -' -- -4-KMIMVtONiDri ..." ........ the yean they" have traced" and 1 Caloric Gas range 36" 7' ,

1 1nwnta. 3 i .ct >ene n. .-.... secured countless Items about
FOR RENT-/u""..".. apart LIPPINCOTTELECTR'C :: a-ne. nao \'Tt:: At.._... for Plaintiff Florida. books many out ol Good Condition d $35.00'

Private bath. Couples __ ..... aI went tor e Ma-s.. I IO-2*. AorW 2-9. 1961
Pea/ IS.... wry.tw.r..M. print for years. newspapersand
only 2 blocks from downtown.All Service :. r.r 10.0 *4 It toe "t iiCi..T..T _. magazine" article:. 1 Coldspot 9 cubic foot electric: refrigerator. -
utilities West: Irlara run South 22u foesj 'tCT"tOVS MAMH4tar .
furnished.
fiO per ...* .*>M Be. WA y-441F thence run. test 64 I IB .**. NwOdTaIC Ea5IS bjvtr $... :'theto Do you' know what Antoniode Good Condition $40.00
month. Phono WA 8-4,7 S er aEA&oNAaLa PNICBaV WbWI .d I+..... then* run Nort :>>O foet 9.14a.tha' Iterrera wrote about Florida .
UirH NbeCMi IsGn' :::;
WA 92331. 34-tfe Ping All |fornatlei ..... ef .. r*.
.Firet. R..I4&a.t A C.mlperslalAey Cars .r Detato Ca-My rtoxda.. i.*. In the 'leth century 1 White porcelain cast Iron Sink with 'double -
ftaT" Trip i: ..1 l't oRRsa. n... ot RUbIAT SMITH When and where It was published
FOR Clean. modern -'.. Ja : ......tooC y. Rune N.ep orw the *nt. drain boards
furnished apartment Close in. f 8etlofetloei OeeranteedMitdrexl LlooliMOlt. EleetelelanP.f .:.*: Ms. MOO nr<..:; ::,, a0.00. I -- -. a. ? Hook Tracers will tell including fixtures.
I .... ...- oo opororvd under d La4..w
e* you and give the -""' .
ground floor.' Inquire eel North ST_ ._ 100 P..: scam ITtr p005.dMd awe *..-. sane a. N.. Good Condition $20.00

Monroe AYfta...... Phone WA I- MOI'SJan\\ Saa .eaa.. Sine ien .iMli'i, ..aka S it; .:,'':. ErN.sr.v.rn.-dd 5 ":; lie said:
oft. *h* l ArdlrkC And bettering that this Und
'Uf. tt8 3. priivae ,yo. OMC AND U4QIaJO 0. Ar....... 7. SurT1.Y .OSI Pf 1tQ t a 1 Circulating Oil Furnace complete. with
29.37.2s Dc II IIL OSrCwnty. Pansy the .Irth dove aaase ; .; IMCSN was an Island they named It
'fi',
.L WaIted Man/ 144.irUlt h La Florida. bcau It hoe a outside tank and rock.
Dew bwna/5d -- Ad..s= Ma1s.5
CLASSIFIED. B4SPVAV -1 .. r AVANT p11.wa.I. ..-. N 4N-a .. very beautiful view of may Good Condition. $20.00
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I WANTKO Good need Dlanee '
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r-1/Ft/ Will trade on new furniture D.Nw'.LCw ENTlMthfitftWILLIAM cfr.:4.?* :: y.1ITNesO..Gf and uniform; and boesue.moreover. .), FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

M.. CABLAr. eO IL pM115, they discovered 1'
or new piano. ARCADIA s.f...1 T"I ADAMS
all ..,... '- WaI
WATERFRONTLOTS "" ,In the time ef bee> *uo, moreover
MUSICrUHN.TURK STORE.
A/- =Mdh. I IQ: 30A'aa they dl.covred It In the Cell!! WA 9-1041
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WANTED Voman to wutk t I..... 7.6.1111 19)1. 1.e_ 194 ''a MnM-.- .. AwE }-'. r4Groyes tone of the Feast of Flowers.1', ---
aa..a AenI .
with Honey eAvl Uo Write _._ ::...:.: :_ ::: :._ ----- .
CLAsaWs eewu.y c A. ueMb DISMAY cLAWPII OPIAY a.u.---.e ) aSPLA- .
A. IVrkls In can ot The EYao- _

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23-25-304. --I.p and Ranches. JOHNSON'S TREE SERVICE

LARGE LOT 00" FaoT..DEEP. WIDE CANAL. OP WANTKO W. nei to do .

P08ITE BOCA GRANDe ON CHARLOTTE. HARBOR. ...... elo sii3r Write Dos 'fa' er-e' of young' Citrus frore. Z years. okC 30 a
NET( PHICK 8US4UKX. EXCELLENT I at 64X9OO with 1Jbetali\
ritHINO AND I 13, ArrexlU. rioriit.. Und reedy to Bet, priced

GATING. INI8HEO. YACHT CLUB SENIBLE1E.. 2a-pCtAS4I torma.to ..

THICXION8.' ONE TAX DI TRICT. .PLO"IDA8) DISPLAY I b ArutdU. and tbs e.
tTUV. acroe of Land all c*..red duos Trees Pemossedt Trees Trimmed
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highway. 82OO per arr. i iH >

FOR SALt acre of ........ cleared .......UM bmitasHo with abode. Removed

p ATE (.ARBOR SURMV1SION tree*. Priced to ...u. !' I Tree Surgery
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New and Used Mooll' H_ <
3 bed Iwo country homo locaWd 2 smttre been ArcadUoet

BURNT STORE ROAD STATE ana Now S eA4 8 t sifcreseae, y,.. .. aero lit land. Kfcre. shade aaa ttMlt ...... Prteed' air Feeding Cabeling

I ... u Iew a. $UN.... Top M..SM DO. 80 down and.. beUste ttko ......
SOUTH Of PUNTA OOMDA)
pekoe offered eai trowoine.TATCWIDC no Aoe.. v.K4. 10 .... ...... toe arms .f .alpew Firewood

LOOK FOR HIGHWAY SIGNS ON ROUTE I .'... B>tla.< to oott a* 178,000Rh %...... t ALL WORK GUARANTEED ..

I MOBILE MOMBJ8. INC.. .

41 OR GO NORTH FROM PINE ISLAND : JOHN PARKER RealtorMILLIE
Mwy. 17. Norm. W........ Route 1. Box 305 Sebring
Time P t Plan r
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*. Rood 12 Miles I ....... "ARBIEr-Ani.ls e Phone WA 8-4243 Arcadia

sARIILEY'S PR a.N'. WA 8e44f ...d WA 9.4371 I free Estimates Punta GordaLOCAL
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ARCADIAN Arcadia, Florida, Thufdav!' April !9. 19647A. ?
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I Myakka City News &l/o.at ( *-otntnrn/ctrit! # .w..nl Choi WorldSufi II IIBy Q




asCoiisnmersroble4r 5tltrig/'f: ; ; O Ot;l Jcl !1

LAST WEEK'S NEWS The Langford' and Engrain and Mr. and Mrs. Robert dassets & I
iXlZABETH HILL,
Cy reunion was held at H. R. Mid Vu ft s I
an dtheir two son's Tim ',* t s -'
Dr. Will Brewer of Sarasota ..*, T n* *- Instead we ::
1\.01\1.118
Allie Wrights at Punta Gerda and Rick and Mr. and Mrs... to'I'C ROBERT tat VIt.or'!'." *Hh ftll"Ct to gainst France.
Irt Utfr Houston. Tex. mercy were -
/sited( the James Mizells Sun- 1t1hg suopvct In 1961. Senator J.W. Kul- he Sc,.".., abut, th. iu.it .oun- would in all likelihood also
Sunday March 2. Th"'
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re was a Bill Daniel and their son little ... of
ay afternoon. Dr. Brewer large number attended. Mrs. Chronicle, Jim Clark says: rate .ci cvrtu.vu'e junstiict braht" cliaamtui 04 the Sony U"prA" ..ii1s. !....' "oU ci oat} reeotIJI' heat December orJanuary. '" .
B.'l.'I nil from f'lNlllla.' ". will be t .>... .
hither- there legislation : au vurcign Relations Committee -
>wn* property In Myakka City. Mvte, Jones of Plant tab and lu. tv.t.u. t.t..u..y caa.iut
Mr. Fox Worthy newcomer Mr. Bob Fortoer of Pl."t City Mr. and 1\1... Elena 'White which will correct the FIX' had no choice but rcleMkCvl the no\v-fMntoua "total v.ilc.y iiv r ...,d over I have been watching to see .. I

were visitors to the Dock. fid vneir two .... Mhce aied evil of the decision in UM ruibright Mvinoranduiu which, but his uipniiuu.' <' acct >"I.a. what the State Departmentsreaction
|to.Myakka City is seriously 111. to .itt.at.t iu rv.ulalv prwiuc- would be to de .
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other things urged
Hawkins house Friday.Mr Mark from B.aoe t in wet. .aooal mllitary ateatv uitir i.np.cirenU .
James rti.lUpe cue of i 1M. scorn ers .a" public utilities lists of 1 h eChinese '
Mrs. MizelTs sister muaxting of the U. S. military.It his words.However Gaulle's recognition
Dock Hawkins celebrated visitors with Mrs. Clysta White rwituraf we: .1 in bur six.'" anti. the coincides
Mrs. Jewel Jardlne visited his to be a problem facing years provalalo., to be the hariMU the State t Reds. and it : ,
birthday along with Dipartna -
alone with the Allan Bal- Sunday. gas consumers more than fct result was pretty cite to er of t h e dleannssttient. oitactly with what. I was told "
Mrs. nt ha aced In "
James Mizell. On Saturday \ in sad word
Mrs. hac.s. In !chit: the *lfC dvckireki .
ard' of the El Maxlnio Ranch. night they: served. fish aud Mr. und Clayton Kins- does the prouuen .*.*** to- aitur all tine 'rlnviita-' p..rOA we are new withisitit1. r4ruaWd for MS. "f)ors' will It would be.. I
irxp to Fulbrlght:
Dian. and Ann Keen and fits. "slaw potato. .anlarf.! Wee luw and family had Sunday dayhe (Te *s) XtlroiJGor lest .llKtt .'nNU'''. Of natural pet IIe!: a \Ictory of the Ul ilelth Now .listen of Communist r t
air brother Lamar spent the utener with his sister l.lra.ya'A Last. week we were tn ttxln elates! .- Avtt Union "French recognition "
sated hem hurt puppies.baked user orof
levitaKxi that although stretch uf(
>"mis ii n Maj loauot ay city' \ another k"ul ntemtefandum China may nonetheless f
>ntht
Itay Sunday with their father beans cutlet, punch \ hate. Cupltallsm over Communism "
Ct, \ Then in the af- U mot in lauuuti j be properlynj conatrutttivelongrang
Mr J. M. Keen at Duet. that e was an percent this lime In the form serve u
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| up end cake. There: was several .. but u( men iiml natiitns
hud ; t.utliuuivai ,
Utal. 11hey an aster increase in natural gas iuu Mk puuuc of u Seriate speech which we purpose by unfreezing -
IJawkins from
Dale Duet
families under the of
marching banner
attended the supper.Mr. Utlll.,.. :
came down Friday and spent and Mrs. Allen Ballard k.-lii g hunt at JVlts. White's house. production in October ul 1IMN t must' assume proceeded from the Uiiitetl Natiuus."' This Is .. a situation "And ';

|the weekend with his fatherk and children Mr. and Mrs. Roy atria was u. big t!.a ierfj over October ItfJS; there waharaly lot 01"\.' recently!' : FIX has *m- the State DcpurtmentUoiiiinals.t how' our aprtkvsuirii speak uf lh. French ..niU.U".I11"situatiuain y "
Hawkins. Willis and children. Mr. and hum out at the Louise bhcmiiioie barked on M new experiment stall of use Senate >or..ignKelatloiis victory" help generate II new r
In the :
Increase" a- Stolt... .
any Cutmnitlw. Tluaitvw which the Untied& ,
Mrs. Betty Altman and her Mrs. Lawrence Coleman Mr. homo kl1..wnUa. -; arcs. rate proceuui ,
Sunday. Dean Hvwtk has commended
mouu. ot going oulsMJo the raUorwha.11"11' wilt find. ,it possible to reevaluutv II
Forest from Old gas .. paper "
MyakkaI .
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son Milliard! Aibritton and daughter uttendenccMI < 'lot rv.u'r..s a vast a-
nacre: was a large : -
I visited with Mrs. Mable Ki inflow Nancy. Mrs. Morris Hill and ui* Atethaast .a::> u n U a yschool suite Twjo,_' u w n markets luou.n' o.. i..bul \-.4..a ants Uhf 01 our suture notaoie retreat Senator Kultr.ght. for hi.. : its "basic poTtrte n

on Thursday.Mrs. two children, also Mr. Haw- on t s.cr utoruaig.'there were, getting almost .6 per cent t44ii.h u: ur.va.. the ewes 01 pwrtictpunufc v< the intervening three years.Ine "thoughtful and thoughtprovoking the a'ar Kaut. .
Mable Kinslow and two kin's : lh. new memortimlum.. declares s|>e< mother Mrs. Elise Hawkins was 63 in Sunday sciiwoi.invii mwru gas In ItoKi than they MI plxn.evuui4Sis
I two of her daughters Carolyn 'thut "both siUea" haverrpuuLted from Identifying himself formally IncretuMtl trade with Com-
from Venice. Mrs. Hawkins uory has u tame iiumoer aunt, rve.uay ln 1835, out uut- pn.uiUtu many ol the fur
and Mrs. Gerry Daniels and alto spent the night with in churns un Sunuajr" morttnig. .....sw..ac4rertea lots. increascva mi....r prouuctrs. '1 n e rvl- the" pulley of "&u- with, the sprcvh. Ful- nianlat' countries. In this ho .

(her son Bill went to Bradenton the lUvtkiua family. ahoy has. a iiuw bunrisi *...rvica a. sure: U U* per ctHU. event hearing has been in piu- brlfcht. calls for tho acceptance. : was trailing becvetury of C m- ,
Saturday to the Hoot- mass tor utmost three vara.ih of a Soviet Cultas H Sllagrtewble .*-
jenanny. They also had lunch Dent Little visiu-ci Dale his Hawkins father from this auto.me Atyakka. City Civic As- Mr. Clark's article: tears tho ..: ti.i....crtp' .uitMsta of)mcue Two Reelected reality and annoy .mcrv.. Hotlgea,. by a few day '

I with another one of Mrs. KlasI apt lieautrtu "Feuerai weekend.Mr. SOklauOtl Will hula list.a' llUlar f
with
As GovernorsOf IncrvtMiecl, t trade
"Is than mistake He for
I low's daughters Mrs. Betty trol> this Consumers IVutI'loduiers. more a
Tharp. and Mrs. Cox and family m_ung on iiiutky 1...111 suits, MS the ItgUIK :Moreover. some of the FIX Is. M threat to the hemisphere." Communists; terming It "Uaita .
who lived In our community April .. Everyone: u uwitvw. uat "
Mrs. Betty Joe White of :. 'O<\lIIo.II.i u is the cotifcUmu staff ucti"rauous, contained in Florida Bar Hut the Secretary i>f State continues fur pwace.
have vend.
bought a
recently
| Bradenton has the measles. u> the iionpruuuiing static its n". "' t.-iii' uud in the eU ". to treut him as an unlinyaiife. Two days earlier Adlal Stevenson.
M r.. James Mizell spent home over in Somoset. They *-I'. and Mrs. Cecil Manning uno want ana lied gas who &.ID: .,. it admits that a wuu- TALLAHASSEE. (Special) hulbrlght breaks obviously implement --

I Tuesday with Mrs. Mae Ballard moved Saturday. who live 014 u.j luiua MHanch An being hat With massive tai wed< has nosy one thancela Julian U. Clarksoii. Ft. My through with wurtls where, laid our disarmament, policy,
There truck accidenton had diN .
I out in the EI Maxlnio was Road a vtsitois """eelelkl. !- bhwa' live rvasoit foe that is nu ioi being *u cwsiui. eta, and John C. Pinkerton heretofore: acccptunce ot Castro called. fur slvppcd-up prepurations -'
State 70 Friday
Ranch.Many. on that aas. sale haw bn restTKteu '1 hen It says that this has been iuraola. have been re-elected has been In deeds only for a permanent UN mllitnry ;,
about four miles out of My the 3th .
of our area residents Sunday Sing sure inure List more to an uue bur la years and so "For without opposition to the lard Several months ago I was & f''... for what ho culls. .
akka City this aide of the E. L. was 00.1. This tame there was "
were saddened by the death of & tnuasi&Ui bests, instead.<< wf C.* pruae $f InwVikiry, then of Governors of The Florida Informed that Bonn husk had "pe C't k"'1'1 nil.
Maxlnio Ranch.: The driverhit
the county commissioner Earl a large crowu ana they au moving il ci-o IIA the state HIM*. thai aspect of wilocaiung appears bar. They will represent the conveyed: to General Ue Gaulle Thus the headlong rush to- "'
a bad bump In the road stcmou< to enjoy the
Bibey who passed away Thurs sing. And the reason for that stateof fairly certain ana accountabitt lawyers of Lee Sarasota. Mun- that It the French Government ward rmivt" and broke the and Itev. Alex H brother
spring caused .
.ndry ,
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:' This la tantamountto Gladve. Culller tu Red China en.-.nlaa ctMitlnuea, but C>n">
day afternoon at 4:30: p.m. axle break off affairs !In turn. Is federal ate., llendry, were recognise
the to
run Jim llendry and woe visiievlwith
which is about saying that the high risk Charlotte and DvSutw Coun- the United States wuuld formally unilateral b*sta. >. Khrushchev
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Lane- regulatory policy -
of the road and hit Rev. Alex
a telephonepost and .,
ford Jr. will celebrate their and broke it off. The driver on Sunday. amity as coufuara: and unworkable factor because of Its consistency. ties on the liar's 3U man governing protest but take" no punitive keeps hts 1 locomotive of his ..

23th wedding anniversary withan was very fortunate he did Mr. Mine Webb "visited In in thU case as anyone canImagist duce not teally eau!. board.. ) .or restrictive. : action a- .tory__ ._running.. ____ n_
Thai is bitter fora -- --- ---
pill I -- -
open house at their homeat .. a pretty Also In the recent Bar election .1
not get any injury. the Hill home Friday nlthU
producer, who unfits nine. Robert M. Tallahassee
Krvln. -
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'Bethany on April 12. Mr. ..
Mrs. Jack Aibritton and f::.rally Mrs. Bill Daniels truest Ar-
A account la
chronologic
; was iu a row, to swallow.VI ) was, named president
and
Mrs. Langford live Kib ONLY
on
have been visiting in csau visited with Mrs. M. 11. revealing. The 1933 Natural
elect of the statewide organisation -
blers Ranch. All of their relatives the home of her aunt's homeon Hill on Sunday afternoon.Mr. Gas Act. touching MI the interstate hat will come of "It all re-
of and ,
Judges
and friends are invited to Mrs. Richard Duglows who and Mrs. Earley Earnett transportation of this mal.at. be> seen. Nothing lawyers ;..
call. "Time" all afternoon. lives on the Butler Ranch. from Oneoo won visitors In workable hat been. Piiikvrton a former mun- .
as
yet produced
fuel contains only one regulatory :
icipal )uUfc.e and a law graduate : :
Mrs. Dm pee and her son the It. J. Boyd: home on Sun- standard that Is. the cost to the disadvantage, ) of the University ot Florida Eqg ]

for those who were on their' way to workon day afternoon. OS rate base standard which mainly, of the nonproducing will begin his third two-I .

Thursday and were in an Mrs. Penny Carlton la still la traditional for public utili state What 1 I. awnted. In year. term un the Board otGovernors.

auto accident. She was hos visiting. her brother Arltn Ta- ties. And two years later the. Uie words of one authority U II. 1s also I
a member -
i PERSPIREHEAVILY pitalized. But we are glad to tum.Mrs. Carlton .U from Tain"pa Federal Power Commission* action by Congress to establish of the Sarasota County and I Is Quality Controlled -

report that she Is doing fine held that "It dkt not have Jurisdiction clear Intent and provide American Br Associatiuns.Clsrkaon ,
and was to return home on Mr. John Taylor was returned over sale for resaleIn _legislative. guideline and (tandards who to I
was named
. Sunday.Mr. to Arcadia General Hospital Interstate commerce' by a whereby producer, container the Hoard of Governors of Th. THIS MEANS ..

and Mrs. Horace Hill on Sunday morning. company engaged solely In the I and all concerned! will Florida liar In IIM3 will begin "PYRGyr )(" ls ..
An.. antiperspirant was a visitor In Mr. Hill's production and gathering of know where each stands. his first full term on the \

. 801vundenarmprob-that really works! brother's home on Sunday Mr. natural gas where the sales are. ttoerd. 111a a law graduateof Mstle from the finest pur ;;

1.m.orman Morris lUlL Also Mr. and Mrs.Ilorrace made as an Incident to and Im- the University. ot Florida of natural refinery'
In voting against having an -it part or ::
eleeuaired' of T.tfetiv.: Hill attended the big Check Identity mrdltely upon completion of" agency ol the United Stateguarantee and. formerly' served 01 the sit" It gas
taber-
sing at Myakka City and gathering.
production
ANTI.PKKs'p'lKANT the credit of the Board of Governors of the
keeps>> nacle. This seemed to clarify the mat. Soviet" Union In their purchase Junior liar Section< of The J Impurities remove l which : I

underarm of absolutely grateful dry forthoueanda Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Stand- Before Giving ter and worked. U the reasonable uf wheat. from the United Florida Bar He la a member f ",llhInt..r..... with your
user Icy and three daughters hadSunday satisfaction of all concerned. ot the L.,. County' and America
Positive action coupled with night with Mrs.Stanley's State. Congressman Walter sppltante complete R-entlenesa to normal supper Norblad of Oregon had this Bar Association
f
ekiivand by clothing new type.U of nude formula poaible I A. Boyd.parents Mr. and Mrs.C. Any InformationUnscrupulous Then came> 1034 and the to say "In my opinion, the Dried ttl remove molaturavuniformity. :ra: i

devised by a youne genius i in Mr. Willard Atbrttfon also : persons sometimes Phillips case In that case, theSupreme :Soviet: Union I I. getting enough Sweat To Seek Pressure cedeiidtaaiuri. t \" ..;'.*''t "

pharmacy and produc.d by a had supper with Mr. and try to obtain confidential Court held ". Ih.' of a break Irt. being" able to i ll { *
trustworthy 6O-y_ old "laboratory independent' producers _1I.n. purchase pur wheel subsidised r bt ::
A. Information advantage Post
Mrs. C. Boyd on Sunday by taking Party
90.d ay drug. .OO toe. night of the reputation and natural gas In Interstate com- by our Wsparera to the tune) Safety rheckeO to meet all M l
tas. At leading and of about IW cents a bushel lies Sweat, who served! as It
Mr. Gib Johnson was a .- prestige of the Social Security .- regulation
I.try counters. Gentle fluid ,.
without our jniarantrelng their sheriff of hovel. County and
formula with patented & atee Tax collector was a visitor Administration according t 0
nylon applicator. credit. Why w In effect who Is retired announcedthat talc. ) steel cylinders to be "
should .
n.n.mber-o't stops In the C. A. Boyd horn. George T. Banks Social Security now And finally put 'into rigidly
sceaaive perspiration on Sunday.Mr. District' Manager. Council TakesContinued to give a credit card to he la a candidate for the delivered right lo >our horn

many ueere keeps underarms and Mrs. Clayton Kins- Every social security field Russia to purrhaM our wheat ofrice' uf DrmorraUe National (
*M luUly dry.ARCADIA La\ absolutely- beyond me. Commit tremon from Florida ;
low had all of their C'hUd..nhome employee carries an Identification I RESULT: Th Most Dependable Bottled Cat
I.A "Starting with world War to the '
( from page 1 ) subject ensuing primary
DRUG STORES t on Sunday. Mr and Mrs.David card he continued: If .
from being depleted as the (I the ItuMlan Government has election. Service Obtainable! ( I
Deteto Av*. Tharp from BradentonI you have any doubts about his
----. -- dentify ask to see his card. population soars. hwtl a marry credit record and Ka-ftherJtt Sweat la well I
It is no better today . The known throughout rIor..... He
Vhcn tslt.ng: to people on the The Key to Florida's future. L'r.'i.wJ' State will rertalnlyiMinkrupt served as ti*...*..,y and then I For All Your Pyrofox Gas need Sea
phone we always state our
I supply of water I* the huge I Itself and it* cilUen PvevifJenl of the FlorkU fiherIffs -
wr'V211 name and business flanks said.
and sprawling so-called Green I If such looluh stunts mm this A M>elatkin< and served aChalitman PYROFAX GAS CO.
If you have reason to believeyour \
Swamp area north of Lakeland I.,. not called to a hall." of the Hoartl of I
caller Is prying. ask Kim
he said. More such torVtrittit e.. Uirerlar anH. also Oialmtan of Arcadian
to hang up so you can rail 5 Cat Oak St. WA 9.2271
irraalons I( ; as this In Washing' the L glslai, ve Coinmtltee foeseventeen
him right back. Look the The rain fall on Green I
up .
I LLTQJTJ1IILIUe .
ton I are ......... year, f
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number underground
for the Social Serur 8".mJ'ft"har.' the -
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tty" Administration In the supply of water and

fI I ,mona boo. You will find It tab fllla the river and lakes. "

under United/ State Govcm.THpnt. 'tIwNnMId.. I"

when the ...
operatof *-
wen, Social Security Admin- Ife warned however, that I
FOR: ] 1 BEDROOlMS.:]
I Ittrstor who called" ask you.for<< by U person nsm Green for Swamp private was eiiurprtee being' drained uses \

such farms to the .tent
a*
AU UiforvnaUon the
given tu

G E N E BAJt; 11&T Hf J So4..1 Is confkienUal Security and Adminisfra ta&wed or.tyto Just Use the people tt ,.,...of a Florida problem to for tackle all" Basebal)

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administer the) Social: Security -- .

laws We are prohibited --I IrWAlr

\\VWV\JSUA\ fi-om supplying Information to Ij II
CONDJTlOJj j
anyone fur the purpose. of to- 'AM PMMTKMtSE I in Color!

eating missing persona,, collect- ,
mg fettle, or prwMllMg *ita lmgllists. I, a n

1 Most people know the SOT 1 .0.

4 and are willing lo give us. .1
any and all Information We

seed la perform awr Job. e44" r 't i.... .
Ilrtp us keep personal hnfcrmUnn -
about your age kt-; Friday Thru Monday NEW COMPACT 1, t 'Call Glib or O. I'l lIJfl at WA S.

"IYUNm l rue i'teenpt. Dependable a
esme. end family" eaMldenttat' 1
le sure you are not giving A TOWN IN J% J' J>ey ar Night HrvUe iHt Any f

information you want kept V Ma err Model fUrtio, ftu.e or ..

/ r rsaIl. eoiUloeatAat ta aeons.wha DANGER ,r __ .J "i ? TV fUtf Mar Than W Ysar r
Ia I unwilling to identify turneU ..ee4 a pry :: 7: Service *| Year $ rvi..n Lflllf

and e Uy implied h-e worked i pA etidM

2112 for social security Donaldson Q .

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Sarah wife of Abraham lIved use a cave for a burial place. to pay for it, saying: the silver which he had silver in hand paid receiptof The old record further.reads: and appurtenances, thereunto a "..Jd and perfect titlel"

to be 137 yean of age. Abraham Ephron was asked to sell the "I.will give thee money for the named in the audience of the which is hereby acknowled "and in the field of Kphron and belonging." Instead of Isn't there something 'just a
Sons of Heth. 400 Shekels of ged" and our deeds are acknowledged the cove that war therein and saying "."Abraham wa made bit solemn In the thought that
sought a place for her fields with the cave thereonhe field; take it and. I will buryrap
silver of current money with before a notary all the trees that were in the sure we could say: "and the very first teal estate trans-
burial. A man named Ephron refused but offered' the dead therein." Then Ep the merchants. public as was this first record borders round about' were warrant the title to the same." feed reword conveyed a place
owned a field'the field contained filed to Abraham aa a gift. hron placed a value of 4OO shekels Our deed of today .
warranty, for we are told this was made sure unto Abraham for Nevertheless, to all Intents ef burtfcl-or what corresponds
a cave and in those Abraham would not accept of silver on the land. The would read: "In consideration dune "in the audience of the possession." Our deed would and purposes Kphron l! conveyed tw our' modern cemetery lot.

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f ; In the Spring of 1S&9 when the standardization of practices :

.I' DeSoto County wa two year in: order to better serve ( Abstract Co. OrganUvd -

t ': old and the Town of Arcadia the real estate buying pub- 3 City was a Hamlet

a year older a young man by lic. He assisted In organizinga Nothing but wooden buildings

the name of .John L. Jones professional' group which was in Town No Bank Courthouseor .

was serving as Deputy Clerk called the Florida Association Section B, THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia: Florida, April 9, 1961JOHN Jail "
: under B. G. Granger the first of Title Men. and today this '. : When the DeSuto AbstractCbmp.ny
Clerk of the newly created is known as the Florida Land was formed in J889AraaciI.a

-i t DcSoto County. Mr. Jones had Title Association with member- fttui "nnmiliktlnm- .' rtf3OO

lust completed' compiling a ship made up of all title companies ( compared to the T.23O .ln-+

f set of rtcorus. and indices to In the State who maintain habitants today and the popu

a the four books of county rec complete records and indices 'n .Ution. of the entire county of

ords. He had no precedent to on the counties in which ResolutionAdopted t.-: old Defioto wall considerablyless

follow. there were no known they conduct business, and ,;, than that of the county

abstract companies in the Stateat which are managed and oper- unanimously by the ... I. seat today At that time' the
this ProclamationWHEREAS r :" county offices were in .,.hIt'
Ume. This young) man ated by experienced personnel. Board of Directors of the De- .
resigned his position as Deputy Soon after this association second story of a frame butleVing -
Clerk to devote his time to his was' formed' the National Association Soto County Chamber of Commerce : : the baste success: occupied: on the ground],

newly formed business, the De Of Title Men came Februay 10. 1984 of Arcadia as a community and floor by Joshua Missile with>

Soto Abstract Company with into existence. This national WIIEREAS It ls a generally accepted city has been tIM result of a general; store and poet of-

an office in the second story association Is known today as u fact that long years of well-managed buain..**. operated I"-.. Arcadia: was a hamlet.muu .
I over the general store and postofricv the American Land Title As- continuous service' by a business up of wooden buildings"
of Joshua MUell. This sociation. The DeSoto Abstract firm I. (Indicative of by individuals of Integrity 'lisle was no bank:, courthouse;

store occupied the site where Company was also a charter sound business practice and and planned tu serve or j..iI. all were needed, espwe

the old Star Theatre building member of this national assocItion. WHEREAS sound business the Interests of the poople asa .lally the )ail.

was formerly located. and the Company today practice create community whole, arvlWHEREAS 1 h.rwu! neither Ice. pLsN)j..

The DeSoto Abstract Company continues to hold membership confidence in service' renderedand the people have elvciriftly nor telephone, AU.

opened for business on in both of these professionaltitle appreciated and ttnl the banking business wan done |ip'
April P. 1889. and the first associations. WHEREAS: The DeSoto Abstract suptxti of Tampa. The Arcadian' a mail,
tft
*i forts of uwnere ninny
customer was Mr. Robert E. With the end of the Boom Company has rendered CLAUDE C JONES git.Son businesses In Arcadia that havea CLAUDE C JONES JH, new!1..7*.aper by Thomas was. started.r, Peppar Oet..
Whldden", one of DeSoto Count7' of the 201 and the depressionof n JONES service' to DeSoto County Arcadia long record ot communityservice
most prominent pioneer Florida, and surrounding Where the present DeSoto -,
the' 30> land values dropped' as well t| as successful
tienal I Hank
citizen Some of the early '' area for seven and one- building now
and taxes 'and.
drastically remained AssumedManagership and profitable, operations
lands there waa a frame struerlure
clients requiring abstract service halt decades and Third Member
high so that land sales WIIE1IEAS. the DeSoto Ato.trad
which' housed the merchant '
were Mr. U. F. Baldwin WHEREAS Th DeSoto Abstract -
and transfers were at a standstill Abstract .fir.FeYlliled Company will completeseventyfive .
lie business at
Simmons
owner of the Arcadia House. Company will celebrateIts ,
'The Abstract of continuous
: Company
years Headed FirmIn and' Can ton. On what is now
Mr. A. W. GUchrUt a surveyor 75th Anniversary April of and
closed their offices in other service on April P. '
.. who later became Governor 1M4 now thereforeBE 'the Koth's Drug Store corner
counties and concentrated on By ; Is making! that date an ucc*"
,of the State Mr. T. J.Pepper. maintaining .the plant facilities IT RESOLVED that the Durinf 1929 don for celebration' now Jan. 1958 there and wars nortorloua which& ,bar
real rt>om resort wile.
Arcadia's first in DeSoto County-thclr, John L Jones entire membership of the De- THEREFORE:, I, Paul P. Spevr.Myur surrounded by an eight jisp|
estate broker. And Mr. Thomas the Illne of his fatherIn C'Uuua C Jones Jr became:
home office. 'However, through Soto .County Chamber of Upon ** .. by the authority' board fence
S
n
DeSoto Gaskins Chemical who founded Company the the years the Company continued John L. Jones founder of Commerce' by this, action of, 1929 Claude C Jone assumed vested III in*, hervby take plea.sun the wner and 1 manager ol the Along the north side of West

In this room the DeSoto Abstract to make abstracts on landsin the DeSoto Abstract Company and through Its Board of Directors managership of the De- .in congratulating' the said.DeSoto IKS4>tu Abstract: Company at Oak Street from. DeSoto Avar

Company continued in 'th... outlying counties established the bustnesr April offer congratulations to Solo Abstract Company lie Abstract C..npan upon the untimely. death of his' father nue to the present location, ef
from U. S. Government alienation 'Its suvr*,sful' operation far '
business until the County completed until-approximately 1930. 9. 1M9 while he wa*.chief deputy the DeSoto Abstract Company had served the business' as assistant three quarters of a centuryand 'In January 104s U. w.* t U EU., neat ,Estate Office -

the frame Court House few a mod clerk of the Circuit' Courtof on the occasion of the celebration manager slace 1933.II contribution to the, educated! Iti the local: school& there were a few wooden
.ru.t.a years ago .
of Its. 73th shacks small bualneise
Anniversaryand
and then Mr. Jones moved his DeSoto County, and the and during his. high svhoul housing
business earful and cultural
built the local ,
ern plant was on was educated In '
best wishes for>> McC; live and dime
office Into the new Courthouse company has been In continuou express years he captained: the tout- rorys
'
community aervtee.Signet
the books and early recorosof continued long of service rhools, attended ColumbiaCSUge the site\ of a
occupying! several.rooms 'Operation Cor .seventy years ball lean, He attended the su're occupies: .
th -Clerk'"'office. DeSote Abstract Company to our community' and at Lake City. Stetson t Un'.rN7' MJchmomtianrM assal,.. by a t. _,.
near five &
*
,
'In years I I grEEn.tifayar, uaetanwu11711
one.of,our neighboring counties.1 BE IT FUKTHCH: HKSOLV-, University. si DLmt and studied \ r I
Me > "
tfempletlAg fe r "
As"the business of abstracting w.-a of < }
I v i Mr. Jones a native ED that this resolution be mad law at Washington' and of Arcadia. ; "oradaResolution 'he returned to study .C.' cad/a Hardware Blur s
and compiling' record 1934 Levy C 0 un t y. Florida, and Lee University, II. was an outstanding
needed .John Lee.Jones died In meeting, anda son University al IML n4.grsduaUrtg where. there WM a large very
grew more.space was cam to Fort Ogden August 13. ,athlete. winning .11tr C.llrarc .
and Mr. Jones built two story' and his' son 'ClaudetC.[ Jones part of the minute of this from Stetson& with stable conducted by C
a Sr. who" had worked-,wtth1s 1883 as manager: of a mercantile In football, baseball track *. On thlml I where'
'the field of chemistry -
frame building on the south owned by BE IT FURTHER 'RESOLVED: a degree in
business II.
baakvtosIL
nJw
father since 1923 assumed the wrestling and Koch's Annex stands was
west corner of Brevard and duties of Manager of :DeSoto Judge Zib King. In 1M8 he that a copy ot this resolution be wa captain' of the varsity foot During World War II MrJones a frame building! which' WIN

Oak Street (Curtis 13rantky'aGulf Abstract Company. 1(.' IU> Morly came to Arcadia as chief deputy sent to Mr. Claude Jon*, Jr.. ball. tm at 8tton. end made IlCSOLUTtON' : ItV 11OAIIU active duly with &the the headquarters for Areadia'sunderwotlsI
Service Station I le now clerk under the first elected of the DeSoto Abstract Com at BUtaon. 'lie saw *
All Southern or !. .
who the itKALTOim
joined or ,
company
"" searse.s -
Navy oar Corp. serving
there and the '
located ) company
in. 1919 stayed on With the Clerk of the recently peD)'. helped roach' the first DeSoto U1MmCOUNTYw11EnrAS on the aircraft carriers' The old Arcadia. Hub. ** which
'occupied theM quarters Company until 1933 When business created County of DeSoto. Attest: W. A. Channel County, Hifh School: football was recently' rawtl was the
until October 1924, when It He waa successful: In the abstract PresidentJohn the Hoard of IUal.tors .. USS Waap and USS 1C..ne.r for
did not warrant two Sans the Korean first hotel, built Jn Arcadia.Fer .
modnriqu.4.n 4 Through
moved into new and and conducted II. Daniels strict and word "yean.
business under
abstracters. lie has since passed Mr Jon. served ovrssIn conflict ho served three years It was the large.
brick year
of fireproof North away but during his stay several other business enterprise Secretary World War I. Ice helped code of etrilcs\ baa had an Important in the Central intelligence& MMI most .eminent In'the al)'.
construction located on he made as welL Throughout his organic th*' Florid Department It was built and owned by.
in Arcadia numerous part Mi the develop' Agency .* an assistant. division'
DeSoto Avenue.At life he took an active part In of the. American' Legion.
friends in the community. (Continued wn page 9-U)
this time typewriterswere ment and prosperity ot the director He wag in .Use. active'
everything pertaining to civic well being charter'
a* a* a .
not available and all Through the 3O's Claude people of D.Sut. County aiulWIICflCAS Naval lleserve for twenty
betterment. He. was a newspaper member of the local.IK" post
drawn Jones Sr operated the company >..,*. retiring In I Ill) with the
legal 'instrument were
publisher and was a No II, and serving as .its first' II appreciates the
by hand, and abstract were as his father bad done. elec- rank of LI. Commander
prime mover In securing second' and third post .com rotttlnulng& success oC many Resolution
for his naval service
In the beginning taring following
produced by the pen. Clerks Ice' telephone .
trle lights, an plant.. mander. II. wa aIM a charts .
and scribe' were, hired for all abstracting himself. He street business. orgsniMtlons thai Mr. Jone. was a research and
paved member of the Veterane
their proficiency:. in penman- maintained the title plant by snaoe trees company and a high school of Forolgn' Wan Peace River have continued and pru.p4r..l1n consulting chemUt. L. ..Ur hews VYIIUIKAS./ DeHolo Abstract

ship. taking off and posting the for both the City and the Post No.' 1M serving. three Dettute County and aaiMjetMlefl. with the llf.>kOs CcMVipeny.. Abstract plant and
books and doing all the tasks WIIUlKAo the DeNote Abslract Company of Miami. ., a
In the beginning Mr. Jones County II.. actu a* Mayor terms as It* CommanUer. lie .business are UM fruition ef
required no help being able so necessary to keeping- title C4m l la7. tke okiest. Uieen's fuel Dealer. a* Vice
of the town of Arcadia and wa Editor of the Slat VFWnw abwut IS year of goatInouebusiness
to take care of all abstracting (Continues on page 3-D) continuing bmiaess. oeisnualion preid nt
then the City of Arcadia, for .peper for many year*. He without suit situ
increase .. in the. UtUJlt stool lorelebrsto N hen he returned la A'........
in but with the *a -
.
person sown consecutive years, he acted. a* the, local. service officer Mlir.HCAM. because of clef.
In population In all the Use Board of .Its **"...t.mh an he opened a real estate and insurance .
was president of of both tINt local K post lift methuri. and equipmentn
communiUe in old DeSoto Trade for many years, and and VFW assisting th* veterans nrver.uy. agenry Mr. Jones .heretofore available, the.
bua1JWCeNitat Mabel Johnston THKItK/OrUe. be It -an" helped. complete" the work that
County the volume of for seventeen years was chairman with eMir problems and dur. physical plant and erganUexlservice
by the tieard, of Healtors efDeAoto was .Interrupted. bjr hi. fath
a large staff and of the local Board of Incmart, of lus yr of service ol DCSOTU ASTitACT )*
at one time DeSoto Abstract Cuunty; in regular .*.. ..,'. ..*.th. lhal. fI' erganuirutIn
'''Serves Firm School Trusties For three he received' no rnwnration < COMPANY. l.pt
.
Company wa the largest abstract year he wa secretary" treasurer foe time. laeka. In later. alon.& that it publlefy. eiiieee' *. First FeUeiel .*vwi.* and abreast el Mew modem i limeeami
in Ute State es Its ppre UUun" for the finePWOM Lean AeaocUllort ef Defloto
company Board of City CommiaelonutooriMd'
of the y* r* th* County "is move dual.. and vlgorou
requiring the service of eight& For 20'Years. Bond Trust**. President. of small monthly payment ...__M. that. the. DeflaM (.".iwnty sic now serves ihUae4i tte.n ever, andWlirilCAM.
abtractm. some forty County Abetrvct Company hs tllort. as nlrevtor.
or more League.
the Florida Antl-SJooo for epne ., Delloto Abstract
typist, a secretary' and an assistant Twenty, years ago Mrs.. Ma and for many years b* If.. served. on. U. >* FlorUU Department always given, from ,.. incep Among" v.rinu. nvie MlrvUI ... Company Is the oldest busiiMsaearner

manager.When bel' M. Johnston began ber. was chairman .. the Democratic ZIBA KINO) Judge ZJo of Veteran Affair lion and .Und our heartyWUHLKY Mr. Jeo** ha. been a in* o- n .In cab<< Couaty" ; and

DeSoto County was tfutiea with ,the DeSoto. Abstract Executive Commit. King known the stale over. a* being pputnt4 to this. Com- t.ngrstuleUm titan their .bet ft the City Council and II U a business thai., with. .ItaPMMlern

divided Into five parts by Act Company in the ab- of DeSoto. County He was tn* -rattle king of South Flor ....... by testy Urtd Governor MIft_ warn .Instrument In prt>evr.ng appearance. methodi

of Legislature in April 1931 -etracting partmnt' and ha Chancellor of the Knights ., ida." cer.to Fort Ogden during of the otst from roller .''crwd the OirUtma. dernfsllwn' tot rat. t*.oruX and dependablo'

the DcSoto Abstract Company efficienUy and faithfully per' 1"7wIt.' donated land for tfco Clvtl war If. was well Warren i* Carey' Cotlin*. WIfIDIJUf In* City ef Ar....,*. lie we* ......i...... management woUfel
immediately, arranged to nave and .le *elo.tive War fUr.. >*>eiie. .t of be nerd P>e..Unl ... the. Af**.... Juivlor
formed .her dutiee from Uu the trailer court which for known In political During Wo/Id U ... a credit to any souse
branch office' in each of the Unto. Today she_ I* m....... many peen wa the homs of affair through out theSUt the National Guard entered Of IUIV>fS Of Chamber ef C..o>mr .( anywhere. ami '
new. County seat and by thismeans /Mils C.auhey ( :...--.*.a on .*... 3.117hs recognition"::eI-
ot'tnl department. The Company (Continued on pr 3.11) ore Feoel eervie Ke aped WIIKMrAa.: i in
the record book In the eontnleis. her. one of UIIedUd. dart military eompn
i nemeP office of the' Company 'meets of their .bustaee*. ......*... Fort ..,.., ..,....* nbtaet business,concern. In DCvunty *-

were kept up to date and the Mrs., Johnston. I. a native end. ArceJ) for to* FlorklsKtai ..>!*. rtorM. and the
Company" wa* able to furaiah Kentorkias. and wa educated Guero. servings a* liltalion serviceIt" r..s.n. whUBT :*.

accurate and reliable abstractsto in that slat, eaeniavg to Ft r- Caun.md5! wilts the essential to our seonomMrM

chants In aU .* the five Ida IM 1934. At on. tine" she rank of -...!. ih and well being. antt'on1iMt .,.

counUe until the depreononof wee employed by Ore RapertSmiOt (Coatiaxod.. on pegs. -.11>)> .c..ton e( the publUniag

the I93vs. Agency te AreaeU So.. vt so iMimorailve ........,*

About 1920 Mr. Jove tr.. I..3.s. an esperoaad. meet ., .*.r. best net>*pap,.ri,
; e4 of n new procs o4 t* reporter aotf toga aerrvtsry.So NOWTlirJttrVhES: tri A&--

rpreitu+ e> cuoisats and elher .- I* a charter .....sr ef Kothryn White HOI.VCD. toy UV undertfgMediawyer
: records echo the paoeo- the Florida lent* of Ort woo awe tnmbes-4; >f

stat ..--. He wn+ b ... tied Lend Title len.,thrs eeaetvtng Joined Firm tMloto County, Florida. .HerAAui

i M thew me bmee act iai.d3-. her plrgee. III ,..,. iion, mat we r.foi o
e+d rt at the Court Hoe gaud JIM ed her Mr6rmri. Mel'to Five Years Ago w Ja 1M akte<*4 Mat. ever yeulb. .
.r ..,. .... ...... repsedo.eli,...... .
fttt ana eq i v e u. brrioNM'lartarm *
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The JeliatoiM., a redrew1 citro Mr*. Kathryn" C Wn.. .. .. l .
: of an toe pr bbs reacda. in D.tiolaCasantyrldeld..
Abstract: C-....." was toe aetbsttty.. aVr* aa .Okon ete. lsswtretfi. May been awomatod with lbe faSus. ,1.--. TH I>rtuo Abstract C.*np**.y.f .
to the been --- aWy Afeetroet Ceaeipe" are TtC5< uioflleuey
deed Statette IW
t'_ .-.) < we preeUim
c pas a. .4kd. Aasrt.M Ao-
piste ps.e..tMae s.pMa of ell tAir" *ry : keeswe. U has. ea*..-
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*..*.**. toe over five yeas aA .
thewrdi.
the a rely regard. iii .u..u .LITM*! (la*.if through years
0 I M. pert fill hue 'army donepysd N '
e aoarhty Na haw bran .' ..f'a sad cwWUntly 'aI **-
a Mnw.4 tto any masers'. ere fry It..k.ttieac ewnry ree.eassrenwrid seed. :(',v.ng svrviee. .. Ho the puMM.
: Maniwet ss been IaWn..I eel Yew M the ass.esmse A.i
a 1M .weerd. thaw waw.eata R a&OLY158. Mat OneDesso i1.nw. bsrhm. M w e ... moves of DUIlr C.aaly.

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.wr 2-B "' TIlE ARCADIAN Arcadia, Florida Thursday, April 1964 if .





mPublic 1\ _. : History. Of Lands In Florida Begins! Witb Treaty By. Spain Ceding Areas j;

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The Treaty by which Spain Florida was organized underan on the North and South by for statehood Is on record at In 1881 he purchased 4.00O- Bradenton) and later changedto DeSoto County was split by the of title to DeSoto-County tanday,II

ceded the Floridias to ;the United Act of Congress" March 30. township lines, and on the East DeSoto Abstract Company. 000 acres of State-owned laad Pine Level. State Legislature and the lands prior to 1887 may be found la]i
State was signed on February 1822. (A photostatlc copy of and West by range lines. All A state census taken in the for 25 cents per acre With the DeSoto County was created divided to create Uaa-d_. Charlotte the Public Records of Manatee',
'
: 22w,1819. Since Spain delayed this act Is.on Record at DeSoto townships In Florida are measured summer of 1849 showed that million dollars received''frorn fruits.. part of Manatee'County Highlands a fid Glades County however, all such reeorda ,
ratifying it for almost Abstract Company.) Thereafter from a point of beginning Florida had a population of this sale the State paid off the 'onvMay 1887,.with)the,C9U Counties with a small part to pertaining to these land
,two years It was not proclaimed territorial,.affairs ,were.administered which Is at ,Tallahassee. 60,500. old railroad "debts ''then 'entered ly..seat at Pine Level for one Hendry' County Today DeSoto are a part of the records of the
until Feb. 22, 1821 No by.a governor and The big task of surveying Florida 'In 1850 the United States Into an arrangement with yesrrthen Arcadia from 1889! ,. Jounty.: has 718 square mia DeSo o Abstract Company anda
payment was involved in the secretary appointed by the Into townships and sections under Act of Congress passed the railroad companies U 'grant Vince DeSoto Cuiinty was or territory within Its boundaries complete history of'your land"
cession however the United President. :The Territory had !began in 1824 The first township March 3, 1845 granted to Florida land for building railroads'tn.. ffrst created It was the largest (A part of the records 1s contained inour abstracts).
States agreed to pay up to $5- an area. of 38,360 square miles surveyed was adjacent 500.OOO acres of land together to unsettled Florida. The: State county remaining in the State
000.00000.) to American citizens with M .white, population ..of ,to. Tallahassee and this was with all the swampland granted approximately .one- and within its boundaries-
who had claims against about 4300 persons The population gives to General LaFayette by or lands subject to overflow setlon of land for each mile of tamed approximately 3900 Abstract Firm FoundedContinued

Spain. Article II of the treaty of white people was Congress in 1824 in appreciation In the State for internal track laid. Soon tracks and square miles. On April 23, 1921 ( from page 1-B) instrumental In the Florida
recites. "his Catholic Majesty concentrated around St. ,Augustine of .his& services jn the Improvement purposes-. (Vol. trains were running in the ,,*f..
the Tin Can Tourist Conventions Baptist Children's Home 1i being
cedes to the United States in and Pensacola, mere American Revolution. 9, Statutes at Large p. 919. southern peninsular of the s. t
full property and sovereignty than 400 ..mile apart. The land Moat .of ,the original'' surveysin also Statutes of Florida, 1909 State Masse of people brought Son Assumed and he also contributed a established. in. Arcadia.
all territories which belong to between them was occupied this,area were made by Sec. 811S). This has been re- from North to Soutti Florida id substantial sum of money for And he was also instrumental:
him situated to the eastward by some '3000 Indians..,j::he Jackson f Child. Galbraith ferred to as the "Swamp Act". these trains purchased land "'ICbntlnS/d otv ""P pag* 6-B) the building of the flr>Ft CourtHouse in the construction: of the present
of the Mississippi./ known by first atteropli-to.settle& : Florida Gee Bunker and M. Irwin These lands are held in trust granted to the railroad' com' Ire was chairman of the With: all his! outside Baptist Church.
the name pf East!; and West came soon after its purchase from 1849-1880. (Copies of by the Governor of the State panics. The sale of these binds activities Mr. Jones managedhis "
State Department of the American Mr. Jones attended the East
Florida The adjacent islands from Spain. Farmers in Georgia these' surveys together with the Comptroller the State not only paid off the coat of business and contributed&
dependent on .. said provinces North and South Carolinawere corrected and .amended surveys Treasurer the Attorney General laying the tracks but opened I Legion's Education com- to the developments of the Florida Seminary which. .. Is
all public lots and squares, offered, each to a lam. are part Of the. recordsof and Ute Commissioner of a new era for{ the development mittee for ten years He servedon abstract field generally.Believing now', the, ,Unirer.ltyof Florida -
vacant-lands, public edifices Uy an issue of a musket from the DeSoto Abstract Company Agriculture: and their successors of the State the Committee of the Flor- ; .In improving and and. also the Kentucky:

fCt: cations, barracks and tnj Uovernment Armory and .) M.{.Irwin mentioned a- In off let.. The Commissioner In 1889.ashen: the railroad ida' Education!: Association and perfecting abstract services he State Colleee't1t' Lexington. "
otter buildings, 'which ore not .* supply 01 l powuer and ammunjuuii bove made the first govern of Agriculture: is the w.|* 4-.k.! .&..* as t.ir South as. the'Vtbrni'i 1 gdutuuon Advisory was one of thjoti'in.il; or- lie was: born in Levy County
piivaleproperLJT, archives: and wtui ,af promise to ment survey of this area In' custodian: of these lands 'Wrest is now Arcauta( the pui- iCpramtllee. He cooperated .anizers of thji FI'.ie'ta Association Florida ,November 8, 1866. a
documents wniih relate direct gia.U tand to any Witter" desiring ,"8411. .' IAleo by coal ressIonaf atf oflhlavat.'ctrialn w..u.oo'leln' icei'8.sd' the log"'eo" w .h> )tie'ylortua' t Legislature of Title filch now the HOn ,of 'William J. and, Susan tt.
ly to lhe property and sov."""- to mova, into fan01 said provinces, ate included & 'm..uac: of btori9a. ;JTeehnuaiiy deeper and deeper along the ,granted to the State1. sway ,Jarmk, ),. and towAs *.11I4I"'ca Ch40I' V*a*, and helped lobyYJutnterous .recovftition of h s activitct: married to Mourning: : Johnson
In this article. The said arant Brails ltadingjnw! | Florida as a These lands Included "Suction ttvituip t ,.grow. Arcadia'? educaton bills null Association bald one an Jones of Fort Ogden They hadwo
archives und documents shall but a cuntirmatumofhU1eydie( etesdUy.jntrqaging, migration Noi-ltt" fa 'cvjry Township, or ,Is an example ohM commLuut, attic), sa,.the Teather' Retirement meeting at Arcadia } sons the eldest ;Hurh G,
be left in possession of tbe wnnh the tewcral tttv.su.. .peopled the .vast1 frontier and ''other lands equivalent thereto springing up along' the rail Jill) and the School Par- l\tt. Jones cave time am Junes was born in Fort Ogdent

Unitou Suite, due authorized nurl aumituu the pawn," planted their crops They were for the use of the Inhabitantsof luuu. Ail ihjs was made possible ity BO1. effort to his church: Uu First August' 28. 1388 and U a prac-C] ;
to receive: them (VOl 7, t'ed hau earned by virtue of Die& drawn .by then challenge of su>:h Townahlp for: the{ support by the .opportunity/ for He was editor of the DcSold Captllt Churih in Areutl-r.: lie cine: attorney in Arcadia The
Stat .a..e. BIO (A pnotu.tauc settlement and development. subduing the wilderness, the' of such public schools. each settler to own Ian" and County News for five was Pres:dtnt of the Slate yuunver son Claude Curtis
copy of this treaty is In the before the territory could lure of a warm climate fur ..1;y Statute (Sees 601-2) the put into It the b breaking' years. This was a daily news- Coard of Ml ons of thj Horitla Jones was born in Arcadia;
office of the DcSoto Abstract be opened for settlement a land: cattle the year round. title is vested In the State toil iiectssary to bring raw paper wnich was later sold TtaptUt Convention and June 14. 1330. and ,followedIn
Company). treaty had to be made with Freedom to own land: ranks Doard of Education composed lund and a. wiUiernetts under and 'became The Arcadian. Mr. [also serve J several times as his father's footsteps as
General Andrew*Jackson: the Indians, and the land surveyed w ui other freeuoms in our 01 the Uoveriior Secretuty of culilvation.; Jones served on the local I[Vice ,',1'resluent i>( the Flork a Manager of the DeSoto A).,-.

the man who had done so muchto ,, .psnlih l and grants human rights and is a constant tat!:, AJtorpfy} General'. Sate( >:PJLOaUEDeSotcJ.CcNntJr School Board City Council;I Baptist Convention. lIe was slract Com,, any _
Insure the transfer of the dlalrn w T'reoognlx4.; i) *l>;ytb\! driving desire of all mankind :t..elMlu..t'.11 th5''bun bu- lW.iw+ ....Mayorr.9f_,eicc.a a.t -, -----. ----,-- --- '. ------ '- --
Florldas, was. appointed bothas United .5"'teL" .The'.Uoverrnantal being a basic strength pe.int4ndent+ of Public InatruAfter of has been successively 'W $ Preakieti t 'ar'th*'Stet- 1'---' ;' = :': ,
a part S-t Johps A&Sarnnf"AifsocpttrJn
Commissioner to receive l Surveying. tlf1C.Ifed, fin In of this Hepublic. sdh'tUnt'Prsty'i<< -
<<: : the formation '
{ tioolar \1" 'i; *"MU. ., .
tn untyin'1Js8 .
; : during Territorial
r + 'i-mt' W,
h"UHt 'rrtefil
,them from Spain and as the >Florida> wa s'systenV'Owvlsedby '! ." these ..came pre- '' a- I CONGRATULATIONSOn i
Oovernment. Mosquito ,
militatry governor until a permanent Thomas J.ffe.n..nd.adl. ) While the Seminole War .na"...... IIY'' the u.itttd''fitate.' .County whose name later )w' sti5 wftgnl't"StetMrnnttJillv4iy.Ilya : \
was
,
civil government could ted in 1T". by. .the. United were still going on the people Ot vtbrr lumls ow.Mxi by 'theo sI't4.denrdnrl'teacherihih'twT .' .
changed: td Orange < YOUR 75th ANNIVERSARYIL
be established Governor Jack. States This' ,system wall' rltot i of, >Florida> took the first .step l'edeial. -v.>.,.... w t> *f...- was organized1 the County most, !b p.bftIWCtltJ1.'iratFli.t4D4p.at ( I :
son set about the business of used by the original. IX colonles / toward entering the Union in .nnWtwn', 1 1."h,.. u' preferfvrif.ht southern as. ( l.'burllnt'. s county, with the 141'' t, organizing the government of but wasuaedltn'lts, new 1V39: the .delegates of the Territory &aaA >. given td thuee;,who county seat' *r NeW eVledTfeaWerit' t. WS03 : Abstract! Company
i the Florldas. lie divided FlorIda terrttorles.. 'hi. "Jf.tlJm/'di"l4ed),' ) of FjlorUia asked for twoj kI.U e"s auuut''IMp"jrveu 1834 Htnsborough Smyrna.In { 1 '. I .. ; ,I IJ
Into two counties, Ijicani- land' Into' townshiplitiwnAl, ** admission by Act of Congress. si tia au Yne lusiii.. .. IAMnaia, Countywas M(1 uoIJee' w41"eMe'. 'of'si troupof ... ,. J ,
# organized to the southwest ) '
bia and St Johns with the Su- squarrt.' **d;, taut ,township.., is Congress ignored the sppllca- enabling th to purchase* at IN.IMs'BbIM'b1.e'at, < ) \h"of .
mu of Mos< DAKOTA MICROFILM
(Orange) SEviillgu1.
'el grr1 dnd' IAlli1i..aaolo'N ;
waned HNer as the dividing In turn divided Into,,*eni4nspne1 UanvSlnceu.ll bad no intention brut iHitMmuni. tfsucuiuuieu. ., : I TA
pace + County, with .the. county! seat Ci *
U peSoto County
line mil.I square I'Jiluiehaseotton! of admitting. a slave state without : ,
-.nq to receive: a patent (B.OV- at Tampa. On Jan. ,
t '
1829. f"rfe, -W ag. 'tri E'v
After Jackson's: departure d.. ''a free state to balance it butted aprd'JWlessit3b2
I \ a inwo1vnt a...eu, U.. t.IO"H7, Manatee County was crested ,. > i SERVICED
Florida was fcuvtrned by thesecretaries ler .. :r\\ar. Florida had to wait until the ; hadt I two
J );J r4'Wrlel'' )\aJ'ttt'IN..I. these methoua ,fr\ore\ land was. ) from a part pf tflUsborouth '
., West desired.. Iowa also adopted cMldren. yirgina| now,the wife.
ot ;aat and ,; erritorypf tan. n Arum the ..u lle'lIum'an.Ura"aIlY > 363 N.. ,
County, 'the county seat 'was Orange Ave. Orando: V
IivXP Browder ef ,
bounded ai' March 3. Tampa
Florida until the Territory of All townships are ( ,: vnsutuu n. On dawned .
rtuiuuuon .
.' Congress passed an Act established In.. the .Vlllaje Florida,. and Qlaude C. Junes a. ..
?vitro. that nu..y s..tiers were un- of Manatee "'1 I''
(nowa. .
providing Jor the:admission of :, ..: ptr\,,jpt Jf, of Arcadia. I i j 1 )
willing to pay '1.2 3 per acre i ri ,
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both territories; Iowa refused > >K HHM I --
qr 11 s for raw land In these Urn...
,
i ..CONGRATU: .LQft: : 't to: accept,c.rtain'eonditions' In This culminated In paaaage wa.. .- a ....- -- "- ,. "
theAct.;ao Florida became thetwentyseventh
May UO,.lUoA:
a cjntury: ago, on I'N"':
: DeSoto' Abstract State. SectionS of the Homestead Act, which "
Company
Red
Seffinty-J've! Roses
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;of. this Act ,enacts that said : .
enabled! setu.*'s w avftuiro'lbo 1
iJ
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And Mr. Claude
flute pf Florid shall,",embrace acres of land at the, end ot .
On YOUR 75th ANNIVERSARYFrom I the territories of'Cast: and West five years, residence. Two '. I. I.
i Your s ** ** Florida' which( by treaty between years ago this Act: was commemorated JM! jtjJCongratuIationse ,
the United States and by .a stamp Issue :
Spain on Feb. 22. 1810 were of the Fuel Uiflce Department !
ceded to the United States. and the nation ceiebrau-U the / I'r
Section 7 of the same Act centennial o( the enactment of DeSoto Abstract
CompanyAM
., *y. enacts that both States are so this rawest departure... in the .. r
--a H .. .rw. t. R' pres.ntatlv. admitted Mon express condition method of lana acquisition. It ,

that. they. shall never Inte'ereytith. has provided a Impetusto l ,
Sales & Service Inc. major <
Repro : the primary disposal of- the Ueveloment of many. ; : : Jfe Jones Family i .
1544 1 1st Street Phone 995-2619' public lands lying within them,' thousands ut'acres ot Florida' > J ,.
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nor 'levy 'any..... on. same 1 f. ." \ a I' .... : .
Sarasota, Florida ', ** l land and lands >In other States, .. 1,1 .. .. .... "",,", ""' : A '
whilst remaining the propertyof there' la stilt some ftluvlda r. I< .'J J
Serving the lowerFlorida West Coast's PhotoCopy ; the United States. >
Needs i .. ,**, l lI Stat. at Large, p 743.). photo .rnm.nt open to homesteaders BUSINESSES'.r ". .. .

I static ropy of the original act but non in UcSoto County. like people, are affected In various ways,by age Some persons and some businesses

.. f lire old and decaying at thirty,years while others '
---- -...;,-. ---'------- --- --I .. are vigorous and strong at seventy-five.:. :'.
All of the 500.000 acres of -- u '

you lnQ1'.e'Do land granted to Florida for internal The DeSotoAbetret.Company: travels in the front ranks of the latter group. It '1 Is 75 yczrs: old .
& Improvement purposes today and eel br Unir 75-years- continuous
+!'* ; *J< that remained unsold, together ,. :.a' .' service DeSoto County. folk. .. '

to better' yr with all the Swamp Land. or First Federal Savings :and Loan Association of DeSo\o offers Its sincere and hearty congratulations ,

f. t.. ..: V* .-* .*:- w Lands subject to overflow: to the Jones family. 'I
granted by Congress Sept. 2M. .

.living. such IB50. as and had all been the proceeds sold were of I Established.: 75 yeetisgoby; John L. Jones. DeSoto Abstract Company has enjoyed uninterrupt-'

r'a set apart and declared a separate service, for three- uartera ota-: century-to become tho oldest business organization In DeSoto .a''

I and dUUnct fund, called County. .... ;"" ( ,
The Internal ImprovementFund"
: of the State. At the death of John L. Jones the abstract .
r Chapter company passed to the management of Claude Q. 5
61O .Act of ItaS. Section 3 >,Jalicl1? >Wt. >Qef fluently -and 'successfully carried on,.until his untimely death in 1958 at.which
01 this Act ', ....
(as amended) '
tl. Cla
{ a C, Jones. Jr becaraa the
head.
directing .
ed all such lands and the funds .t t ; ..urt c. ,r.i
from selling them Irrevocably Jr->l t tithe :c ltas'add'ed j .11
1 Claude.:Jr.. "
fire-protected addition the
to
In five Trustees, namely the building and vaults for the 'I .J'.
pe"'h&IQftl''fef-tfaluab)* records so important to an abstract and title insurance .
Governor. Comptroller Treasurer plant. lie has added 'j
Attorney Generaland .ml.=and lotostat' equipment of the most modren character to make the plant one of the bestI' < 4
.
Commissioner ol Agriculture i o County 4s.iortunate.in, having a..modern. plant of this, kind. It is of, tremendous 1
of the State. In trust lmportan' 'c to'- ; the, county. J
with power of sale and collection I i ant
iirrt and Investing of proceeds .
c: : The Trustee shalllx the i htik.rY wri I

I price drainage for such of lands arrangefor and i rt-' 'lK T JJKDS>( AU actually Was brought into being. by. efforts of the late Claude C. Jones,, Sr lie,. Y
swamp
overflowed lands encourage ;, 'rwrttaxVh"WB4Jy DeSoto ,County,needed the>*rvic*. of. a Federal Saving and Loan Association a C

actual Settlement and culUva- :t mrofewdfrapritycUi' t .county.was stifled because funds for home-building opt I

lion by permitting; preemptions ..awlWaNna ***y''nl11*'ountiea n1' pr .P rous financial associations d.Y oted to thrift and horn
net exceeding one section to *
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tihl,
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4
any one ...ttkor.T Y

,_1 h. Intel sat Improvement )fr. Jones rath rrd,t o th of "
.4 a saes s .e- fie e r -. roup public pirited and successful business men of the .
Fund .
Act has been amended county. )
t from time to Mine, and &beCotnml..4oner ,who .PPlMdtIPl'.nc1.... givensa charter.Lor! First Federal Savings and Loan Association of De- )

of Agricultureof I So\o.CbuatT..Ula1aat.pu.bI'le.. .ervic will be a conUnulng one.to His
,
memory. < I't
ii.r r tlorkla. with offices at the ,'
Capitol In Tallahassee, U the .
legal custodian of the '. t
patentsbMurd
.... .
: A. 1>>
by the United
L under the Act of Congress State of FIRST FEDERAL, is in no sense an old-timer, but. is a mighty frisky youngster with an ambition

pail 2S, ISM. (A transcript' to serve this area for least two or three hundred years. Original'directors who formed this asao-

: of such patents as relate to station are the same ones Jtbq are In charge today. r

ivith aflameless. r,, tbe lands office In DvSolo of the>County Dritoto U Abtrct In- "IijtAN44 t... t,wt, .MO.4 ttt..b Ma. ,' .le ..,,....... .. .

'
:
." : Company) Railroads built : .
.RANGES befur* the Civil War had run '
.. lUst and West In North Flor + ; t s 'I
A\ .........-.no..nee eMailaaIse 1 IIWJLA ida. Railroads running No 'U.- .

.k.hiDc. and. .-au.u... a jsy..siM au' ttm awe ea< and South were nemry If ... .&::III.UIIr.. .... I .. )
eKor K*.r* you' litrfMa. Bnaoy .. r atesske the swwtnern pert of Florida .
4'' ... ....... ...
__ Wall*, eailinn and fnfalifor. K wa W>> be developed, but =-
eU7 da.w ........ Ills viieke. and eA(t cwt be ItalUU wrte unwitting to bikkl sup t,weRi ,...........,..,. And .. 'JJ
__...MSotftdai a--. ..r-... ne'..... railroads "'toMYeCu..I .' ,. /a7a', 7P'9rs Loan'Association .+. ., .......
'+ .........,-,dut pibt Iich&. 0.&w ;tIc\rie Ittange gesl.i.r Wn ra* Uw State would rwtnUy help' & """ atiM/.ItepwoaN ._ _..

los a happy. tb.ag. ...Meteria ;il ..kt! ;. .. .t44r IMNa. :. 'I by>> giving UVMW large graata ofUna. ft 4steslry"' N.hW .... anew.w.; *ueseia4yusri4.4

rift de. "FlSebie kegs,..........,d.i1 yes.a.f//iisssd.stiesi, .Irnt" ,vtAe t4gM, sir The State auu ownedmUbons rq e., a". ,t"t e ''

..t note.f Ww1f+'+sthrrfrliasit+alt R.iVI'n'rrrti. s. ... of ocean of Mod Us be. ...'1st.. ",. : w Or DcSoto County w.ca.. '-u-----w.rsas. .

.................... ....fa .5e .F eeae.eNee Sl used far rsttmstils and drain- jtyv**- ..

: ENTER PlUStYly-S.! ........ .. ... : ages Grants It roe cwwM either...purpu. sake fcswever *ny.'. ::z:yam: R. FLORIDA ...r wvas-nacre'- ... ...:.:.:. .

: entry .bUnk. a irth ia\\l\ Jtdl./ 4 ilr'ainlh4J '. :: melt It paW the debts 4 *'Wtmeer ? ss.Trr.r..w.wa .

,..................... .. ................. tP ...............J of the hanantpt riarod ItlUaniltast I 1 ..,.... IIf:3: .rw_ -=-agLa.gt"f _...

t bed abe.diaed befoen 1M war ........ .. : ..,... ..
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ao. Otstwssmast w.. hky .. ... ._. _........
from- riUUdelpUa wanted .. ""-.. 1I ....+ :: I
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( fteceme
: -it ,t iim"p a : t i t- ..n'y to drain Iae>t* *roue i Lake :.. ,.. 'I' i
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I O.1M"Eta 1+e'+ rl for agrlentter t J:,.. --. ..
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THE ARCADIAN, Arcadia: Florida Thursday, \prlI9. 1964 ---'



Robed Whidden.; .. 4i.A.'r .. .. c+ -- "'> Kathryn White Best Wishes /S1

I (Continued from page 1-B)

The Double PioneerRobert 'A 'i < J the Sherwood Conservatory of DeSoto Abstract Company75th

.4 Music In Chicago Illinois,
and studied voice with Mr.

Early Whidden was dier, former sheriff state senator j Gurdon Tory, in St. Petersburg AnniversaryA
the lint customer of the De- rancher and statesman. Florida. She has been i
Soto Abstract Company: Abstract The latter moved his family j active in social: and welfare fcKAL BARGAIN 100 acres partly cleared oleo

number one which certificate from the Fort Green and Wau- \ : work serving as chairman of trlolty avallabe. Priced at $720. per acre. _, ..-.. ..__
was dated April 9. chula Area to Joshua Creek I, t Y .. various! organisations. She is
1SA9 Just .)., alas '" 20 ACRE beautiful' mature grove. Priced at only
seventy.fiv years in the middle of the 1870's. etigage'nt'7nvestment and
age was issued to Robert Early John Wesley Whidden onetime I, seeurlttesti activities and U a 20000.
hidden, a pioneer and son Captain of Company E I I registered ...representative the
9O ACRES en good grade road. $200. .acre.
per
of a pioneer, both of whom of the 7th Florida Infantry : | Florida Securities Commission.. .

were prominent member of the company better known as j Mrs. 'Whit. Is Trtarrled' to
the community;. The property -The' South Florida Bull Dogs- 1 : R I Amor" B. White. who Is with Jarrett Hamilton Realtor

covered by this tint abstract has been honored byhanna a tJte'8\lrmr: South. Packing Company 12 3. Polk Awe. WA 9-SS71
was on his home and grove chapter of the United Daughters i and Is Executive Director -
which at the time were locatedin of the Confederacy identified of the Public Housing Associates

downtown Arcadia The as the Captain John Wesley Authority of Arcadia. They JEAN DOWD BETTYAOWEWCongratulations '
home Is now called the Mur- Whidden Chapter of Tampa a, + 1fr r[ have two grown sons, and reside ..
fay Apartments which is adjacent Florida. 41SO4' North Monroe\
: to and next door to Street ----------- --- -- -- ------.--
the This Joshua Creek youth Arcadia. - ------- -

South Florida Motor Companyat Robert Early Whidden. better I She I* a member of St. Paul's "
223 W. Oak Street, and the known as Bob Whidden. whenit [ Catholic Church In Arcadia. :
grove was one of tangerines was decided that ha should Mrs.' Whit IS thoroughly fam-

the latter' a popular citrus attend college, did not pack War .with the 'abstract bus.in .

fruit Ot that day. his trunk or hang his suits in e! r/ 4 yp. ***. and' U considered expert
Robert Early Whidden was the back of his automobile like alone her lines.JSun .
n Mr. Claude Jones
the eldest son of John Wesley the modern youth. It was in )
Whidden pioneer patriot Indian .,wair++, I II IQ
the early 188O's when he left ;1 -
And The
fighter, confederate sol- for the Kentucky State Uni- w. w ,it ..
I It
I
versity. He packed his clothesIn : Gun ClubjeamVafc1":I

saddle bags and rode a cowpony Q t a I IIt : : DeSoto Abstract Co.On : '

Compare CityContinued : to Wildwood, where he It ii., .' PoP.ulQrSPort: .;
caught the train for his school.It I, ,
a
( from page 1-B) took him a week to make I r.h :. .! In' be Your
B. F. Baldwin in the 1880's and the trip through the wilderness FIRS: TRACT :OFFICES The first office building where John oho Co.

later purchased and managedby to Wildwood and before :' L Jones, had eSoto Abstract office. The company is celebrating The 't..hi. 'to t.wwand keep 75th ANNIVERSARY

.Mrs. Allred Arthur and actually he had to leaving sell his on the train first. ,I' its 75th an {versary. this week at the. new offices located on North firearms 1s an Inalienable and

Mr. Charlie Roe about the He completed his college pony workIn )polls"AvcnUe.. : The company Is the oldest of its kind in the state. eonstmitunal) '' right of 'fheAmerican
'year 1 OS. but
citizen that very
A narrow gauge railroad home 188J on and Joshua returned Creek.to his I right brings with ,it many responsibilities And In Just 72 More Years' We will'

named the Florida Southern according to Larry -
He moved to Arcadia and Lawrence Celebrate Our 75th Birthday Too!
hailruad Company had a little president& of the .
.
started a store near where the DeSoto Gun Club. ->
trams shack for a station.
W. K. Daniel was' the first mer- eastern end of the Chesterlield Company. Story: And' that Is one of the primary Arcadia Office Suppliers'
Smith
Bridge is now. His uncle '
chant to establish j> businessin purposes of the Gun Club,
what is now the Main business Boss: tlendry, had established (Continued from page 1-B) organUed& her In April, 1939 AI and Nell Bridges
but
an air
oUtrict of Arcadia lie open store Instructions .In how to handle
when Bob \vMidden's\ building records to date. Weeks and
was located where Motion's up all types of firearms safely 130 West Oak St. WA 9-284t i
Electric- Store formerly occupied was completed the Hendry months passed 1 between or* ranging' from grandpa's old

quarters on South DeSoto stuck of gooos was purchased. den and In August ot laU double-barrel to combat weapons. -

Avenue. John S. G. Kabrich built this the Company lost Its buildingand Is a part of the curriculum .. ----' -- -- --- ------ ------ -"---
new store building and It was
The Methodist Episcopal had to move to rented ot'the members of the dub.
the largest. one between Fort V
Church was the only churchin quarters In the old Rosin Arcade Mr. Lawrence' a certified.
Arcadia this Meade and Fort Ogden. After now known as Koch Ar expert In practically aU types
during period s Co.-'
two the store was sold Turner :
years
Realty
ot firearms ha.
helped to
and was located on South to J. W. Bailey cade. Mr. Jones .during the y?
Orange Avenue. Undo,? Saromy depression years made his living t graduate a class of boys In
Carson administered' the When the Whidden family and supported the company handling weapons and with the
first came to Joshua Creek help of other H. Turner
spiritual welfare of the congregation. from other sources of 'axperta plans Eugene
'''People who were residents area there were only twenty- Income which ,kept the. company many courses for members.. And AssociatesA. .

of Arcadia at this time two persons living in what la in existence through Th Bulb has 9S members W. ..,,,ar". Jr. Charles W.H., "..*-*
and'were of voting age and are now the corporate limits of these hard times.Gradually all Intensely Interested' In some N
the City of Arcadia. These aspect of gun and their car. T.", "'" Permentorlabel Per-aeftte i w
known to be Include
living today -
Mrs. John U. Jones, wife twenty-two persons composedfive conditions Improved Many. of them take advantageof Tens Lip .N.land Shipper 1 PMlfp'H., ( Turner- N
.
of the founder of the DeSoto famUi .. Before the establishment In.the nation..State and the club shooting range, lo*> Mrs, Kim .,._,,. Secretary aN
Abstract Company.. Mrs. Jones of the post. officeat County and having weatheredthe rated CIft'T\aek..Road. east of
Arcadia in the beginning storm Mr; Jones was able Moeate.' The(rang. of technicalities
will be M old this month.
Mrs. Charlie years Pearce who lives known as "Tater Hill Bluff" to keep pace with the progress 4 -of gun lore Is almost Extend T"'ir"' NN
the the t people had to obtain their .pf+the county and con. unlimited and to the tyro It i
M Owens
the section
was mall from the Joshua Creek tinned to ...,.> acrurat.;'ahd:,r tnir sounds meaningless, but to experts wN
lint child born In the Townof
Arcadia. settlement* liable protection-to.the, owners It U both sensible and Best Wishes wN
Besides being the first established of land In the 'county.CDs safe ',

The located public on school the: now buildingwas vacant merchant in Arcadia. I 1948'.r..tine: tog -, The club sponsors such Instruction MN

lots north and adjacent to the Bob Whidden had the distinction th er, with,:Mr. Auret.Rsln.,, as pistol combat for
officer i
present post office. The postfftce of being the first depot prominent' attorneypurchase -IF.z home ",1Mary.net firearm safety in the On The 75th Anniversary iit
agent of the Florida Southern development
..._ office-.building tJort'Polk '
was under the rooms
used as a Court House and Railway Company at Arcadia. ,Avenue., The, ,..Abetraoct-; r ot gunpowder gun i from and the first us* ot Of Tho
,
Phinls Parker was the telegraph w, .' many other*.
thai -4
Cbmpanjroovupledj.part.of I .
mowed" operator. About a IU ls on affiliate of tho National I T y
year
.werr
> building )and Me. .Rosin,.bad -**
.
master Arcadia now has many later. DeSoto County was created office J tn< 'the.1,state buildlna, 'JHSTORJAL MEMENTOS' Claude; draw Rifle<"' Association and : >' .... ''
from" a part of Manatee : Jon... JcJ '"lta *esnbrship from DeSoto AsfsfractDeSoto t.: t to'
At Mr.tosln's trntlsnalydeathh .
miles of hard surfaced: streets,
County and two years later Mr. inspects one of the old document on display in hwl, residents of Defloto County. Mr.
auttMnooMe accident,
but in- 189 there nothing &a .
was
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Abstract office lit I< wrs>i* Is tltor'praNd.nt& and
the DeSoto Abstract Company documents
but wagon trails. Today Arcadia Company. Jones purchased-? Resin' Intereat -., and.
has; a fine water plant was established. .inn, IMV Th ;building' items are in a dust-proof. case with a glass top. .1euacIeI' --- ---- --- -- -- --- -....- '-. ..--- -- -- .
and sewer system shallow wells When Bob Whidden was wwifcornpjeisly. ?.remodeled. ,l19M. Items include old gunstypewriters, pens, etc.
with band pumps and outhouses the first property owner to ..to tit.thej,needs ot the'AbClaud II
purchase an abstract of title ..._.et'Co .. i. I. v
were the order of the from the DeSoto Abstract ; r m;":r-"J': ; ;,,,. r by sfclUed and experienced per transaction la s matter of !

day.Oscar T. Stanford and ElaraB. Company It made him one of |. ,C.Jonea., &roOa, promlaeol -, *onn.L. An addition of local minutes
the first In ,business>> ) man isv jDeBotoOtxmty ,
property owners Chamberof
Carlton were the attorneysof Interest.' Is the mall museumla Ever aware of the County i
the state to own an abstract. spent-thirty four years respan
the early Arcadia days. Attorney the main lobby of the build.
He was a satisfied client of a, the Deftol4 Abstract: ,Convrparty. ability inherent In the conduct'
.John Treatrwell. Sr. the DeSoto Abstrat Companyfor Hie unUmetyl.deatI. 1st19fla .leg.: in whisk are displayed his. ot a reliable abstract and tula.

came .to Arcadia in 1893 andestablished a period of sixty-two years.OZZL. l brought this. aoa.-ClaudeCtJonesj ? .erto,,document.*,and relics pertaining' pUnt the DeSoto Abstract I
a law firm in the .J.. Into the Company. (o the history of Company cunUnue t.I add to

Treadjvell name. Mr. W. E. aa. riss..55f. gtau -Jusia*>-Jr. UM a..n". ** Its services. for' the benefit .of
Laltixfr came here in 1899 and in keeping with plans ., hIs all who seek IU assistance. CommerceCongratulates
Tb DeSoto Abstract Company
established the firm known -
when detail .
father 'completely rentodeledthe pertaining t*>.pro
JLeitner and Leitner la not only the oldest bus*
today"aa;
abstract budding. adding pert transfer must be reaolv-
and {here are three pioneer toes In the County but one of ed. The maaafement Invllea
a fire resistant vault aet"OMthe *
UM oldest of .Its kind In the
lawyers In the city today who
rear of the building to the public ta call and inspectthe
have !been practicing law for protect the valuable .land Slate. In I its seventy five years remodeled offices on North'

over fifty years namely: Mb L books the microfilm library of continuous business not one folk Avenue, where the) De
J:. D.- Trestdwell' 8r. -of the and other documents vital t* suit. ha ewer been brought *- Sato Abstract Company will .. .

firm af Treadwell and Tread- the abstract business. The Interior gslost the company nor has r>nUmte ufarv. ,ibe4 gwsylte **
well;i Mr Sumter Leitner of and anyone) ever lost one cent who with the confidence of tong
was brightened en '
tike firm of Leitner and Leitner relied upon the work of this
; and Mr Hugh O. Jones of Urged with the removal of _.......Uon. THIS IS A RECORD established ability',

the firm bearing his name. partitions.and equipment modern Installed.furniture A TO NONE 'l. The DeSoto AbrcOnTheir t C ;. .

TheW three gentlemen, true dark room' for developing microfilm SYSTEM or AND EFFICIENCY Mabel JohnstonContinued ,
: ORGANIZATION
:THE
pioncfers 0' this conwnunity record reprodurUoaQ.U .
,. boys when ( 'from page '-II)
we very young .- Iptnent.lotpoducing ml Each parcel of land acresg

ta* peSoto Abstract. Company' + crefOrn documents as well a*" subdivision I lot. In the I'" .have a small grove an* .and : ,

was established.Tb Ills o< ,the populace ....... eleetrte .typewriters replacing sees. used by' UM DeSoto Abstract her .husband are ir.*iaUr. atUM I
the mechanical one. Company baa recorded
wen ttendec11o by Dr. Smoot make the plant eoe .>t th.fta- .gasp**. M every transfer or Presbyterlsn. Chunk In l'
Johnston who had recentlylasTot Acadia aad she .Is hip sl
est In the 84atvla User tranaacUen of record,
to Arcadia horn Fort regarded. Its the Public Records r>-e ber of tae Veteran*, .,
Ogdetl. Dr. Jonaston opened W. MARTIN ,UM .vent. of. a major,eaiatrophe -- jfofcttf la any' way pertains tosaki A9tp Wars I.odle* AwsU 75th AnniversaryCKATULATION
f ftrst store In Arcadia OM revora. 'and latftos
the drug lee t ). land or lot whetherIt lacy and I* Secretary of War
'fte drug stare was os-- In1192.Irv Marh-r? ot the. aosnpaay ban ....'"","*, .
; be .
organisation. As
Ozi. W. regular transfer such as abstractor
** frame buUdiasj on >I cr 4Um.d and sr* Js sale .ori
: s .
S.MI I is .
deed sssond .
q Tap r -s.. i mortgage. WIt penden. so an FlorH -
Oak Street when Adams MenaStang age so MpirojMiU. could dg-wtMat. heirs, tax sat. .* *. -
.la now located. Dr. John With Abstract be hatfla. a' msuw of a ...., any. other N ena whereby oU .-- -
In Fort sad .....
Ogdea
Ottwon was or The Dago yAaattatt
nkl be
too+ affected.This .
D,. C. ft Smith, father ot Company' aa. andsarurad.. to I
Mr. rCneslerftekl. Smith was Firm Five Y--CS ors cover every 'awastbitttr .. J1* system of filing UttotefartMUet

pradUtngmedicine in NocaU t i & *> desist t. keep fecthtea 'sjs Mate ......* It pnsaial* SI
Tb* Sisal horse within what Oael Martin has barn with sad. UM pna4i .served. t* Identity and verify a speetfM.
la.now. the corporate+ limits of Owe DeSoto Abstract Campasir'
Arcaoia was a log cabin horns- for free years. performing his
assail of JoIartDe..Waw.- and .wt... vsia>*al>r a* faastar. and .
was ........ *,>ear, where therVtnsetts ...I'J'ssei n i* ..*.. Ta* a>lajr I :
.. Apartments now In trot of Uk* amew bedding And Best Wises

...... which b direrUy .,.... Is an* * the ".tree. from the Trinity' He. I* a srsshsat* .. J aVeirUiDivmm
MeUkodOst ''OMSTCSV. Iltcte& scna-4 at .a.r *.di.t. Mr. Claude Jones ;,

lad .*a. Arcadia bad Jew At prsiMMt be as .....gad aa acc
saads- trees,. sio .u--.... ao w.. at the O. Plerts Msstia I On The 75th Anniversary -
..... 'a but. walk. : M the .. >- < al Hasptfal 'at o eimr.ne. tI
rearsj Sift aevery ever ..... sad Tad. and he is mss .fA_I4 I "
the ""'......,. twit p stew by tne J"Ini&.s& aVs..lsi.. Of The DeSoto Abstract Company .
aYuraay Mgnt. lAfo was sad lean Ar.dolaa of De4

c*>*f> WTUd dear bear. soL lone. cbawty.O.l ; ., M
--'... reared. at win tn Dos Ie a waster. et6 the
...CMtstty sad fief and ,___ C iahrth ....... ca..ntIt: h, DeSoto National Bank

at ..., tfeacrtpttass wee Ms.. wtdda he is *ipeeItad..C.dan. .
oast.uy Swadsy. ........ n s w..tof f .

C....... tbb. pht.s with 0. tan.v aaod a no-5--r. etuy .
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tae. Irs.Ma sg......,. ... yaewiU Oaaed. eC Ttr.M.a:: a c I
farce fuRl ..3.v ddte pro ... Is Msrrtodt ft* Lad-if Martta ZIBA KINCTS STORE AND LAND OFFICE:--

pets a- haba. ease with the said the. are OM sjafieitsf Judge Ztba XHaafa store and land office was located I Of ARCADIA
sd..1bsdswt. fwdipea1 acre ae_ part Jr. a .s raise. .I i- "f
hi Fert 3sT eai WDmd tissyaimrt tealwbmi, Hr soil
ad' th larva too
asraM which o 11- 1.- Heb.r.. y .. __ _
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I 4-3 TILT: ARCADIAN Arcadia. Florida. Thursday, April 9. 196-1 ;

i .Exchange Column _: \
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JOEL; CORLEY when this gold mine will pan < :'

#UTcLEOPATRIC CUT out It may be soon the 5 The Bulldog's Bark : I P Pr"I

'I: For IN-'generation BEATLE have- taken BANGS good object!t prepositions beetles.We Orient abundance. has already of Japanese reportedan .


death are all guilty ,of using '''
; fpl better or worse, till .') ,r.
do them part. "To" "tor" "of"' IN and OUT with our other .

no prim object would mind every-day expressions but as .
everyone always says, "Teen- P
of there fine
marrying one have their fanguag.and ,: 4'I
upstanding fellows. agers own <::71 ,
But brother "in" Is definite. no one can come: close to 1>: JJJe/ .
..
ly out when it comes to ob translating it. f. ..
jects. Even though In and OUT riJltlufJf. I M
looked down on in this "
are
Instead of participating inthe ..
of article, It is all a part of our tqN '" t 4Y" Y
family business producing M
vocabulary.The 5a/ Uy SUE DOKINC + II
prepositional phrases. ..
',he's been running around with} article was printed in ttA Sk M1 ty ..
out.." another outcast. THE!: ROUGH 1UDEU. HOOSE- .. M
Everybody knows a fad ,is VELT HIGH SCHOOL, HON -
Tomorrow night: Is a big and don't touch It. faarth*? Jb "
the fourth necessity of 'life.You're OLULU. HAWAII.EXPRESSES nlht. for the .neniora. because *_,4 uitfrrie: '' bombs looft let
Just not with It if youdon't FOLK SINGING the curtain will go up for _.u r.... balls except, ueg ..,
have a Barbie doll or MANY MEANINGS INDIVIDUAL anus e.....ur p..1. p..Wwante .hey e\jfltxJ: and thTen tbeUf.mince .,
a Duncan Imperial yo-yo. Metes wishing the play' a' quite "plain! '
observed
Pretending to be big-time America has a resurrection -
operators, "In" and "out" bf folk singing in era lets of luck. .. The steady habit I ha." hit .11
.weettalk budding fads Into recent years. Some persons Sweets for the sweet! Dick thrvhi couples ttrhto seemed
signing a 'contract. Overnight may with to know a precise: Avant sends this little message thrilled! These thrilled" tones -.
these things become the thingsto definition of folk songs However to Jean DeLaney and Katie are Virginia Parrlih and'JJob
wear, eat or play with. folk songs are many ? : ry T t it t"k tb Bateman when he brings., them Southwell; SD na A Stalnbrook ....
However after they've served things to many allferent individuals. t I a lollipop' to school each day: and le t-f mbleex} and Karen M

their purpose "out" gets rid Connie Head .is always rushIng AmeS arKf___Mll e'tTBw. ey_. *
of them. Folk songs are called the wk 4 4I everyday after school to Sue" Bossier had "a regularcircus
Anybody remember the hula music of the common people n _ 1 get to the post office. I think la Anierfcan, hlstdry
hoop or the little Troll dolls and are stories of daily' living 4r Howdy Bateman's letter have class. last week. Dickie'X' '
with the long hair? "Out" had They tell us more about people a little something to do with the manager, merced-It.d cenU
''no trouble getting rid of these than history books. I'rac- i.lh for those who-t!wahted- see
j''V castoffs.Latest. tiCHlly every' experience that / ZI -. b .. .P. .. "' this.If anyone' would like to Sue put her hand In her mouth. ,
addition to the tad these people go through-wars, have their name analyzed and Nothing like'Makine. .history t.

family are the Liverpool Beat- famines, droughts failures and SENIOR PLAY CAST: The Senior Cla.:, play 'It Carol Sue Walters, Billy Nicholson. Colleen Wes put into verse Just contact interesting. ,lSf
les. Don't misunderstand triumphs comes out in their mack Latimer: Breedlove Cheryl Joel Corfey. You'll be surprised The Studenl : Nncif-,: members
Summer will be presented tomorrow :: George Gary ,
these fellows are really not music. They contain sponstunelty Happens Every Joe Waldron at what your name could who attended state t convention
black Insects.A naturalness, freshness and night In the auditorium. Members of the cast Flanders} Henry Hay Dickie Johnson. mean. last weekend .'s aid it
personal appearance by unconventionality. Include: Front row Sheila Coker, Jamie Buchan Beverly Roberts, Bob Whitlock, Robert Womack Pow! If Keith Markey offersyou was grand and .they bed aa
this group sends teen-age girls Folk songs belong to races Bev' Carroll Jo. Anno DeLan y. Marylynn Stone, \INot pictured Sue Boring' Mabel Mercer Joey a cute -little red ball -- interesting stay4: : < heat Joe ,n
through three stages of exis of people rather than to In Norma Jean Head Linda Stainbrook. Back row Coker Cherrell Jessup: take' Martha. Jo Hill's advice Waldron and 'George L.-U<'nei
tence. The initial beat of the dividuals. Many generations of certainly did.: .;:.j'
drum brings females to their singers may contribute to the; Ricky Dodd arid LalettaYarbrough .'
feet. "I wanna hold your hand" composition of one folk song dated ,last Saturday -
gives Incentive to their healthy Our muse written today can Seniors 'It Happe Every Summer'Presentation DeSoto Band Is night. Also having'a, i date, M
lungs and "Yeah yeah' yeah" be attributed to one composer, ns last Saturday nigM ,w .Chria .
Just ends It all. and the form of the songs Festival. Lovell and Roy? 'tamb.Gary .
Thus t.r. "In" and "out" are stays basically the same. However Whitney's favorite:. ay-
really cashing Is on the Beetle ,origins: of most folk Of States EventThe ing 1* 'rise and ,.hiAJ.... leybest!
sound and that "old 'English songs are unknown and many DeSoto High l School understands' Utte. ,phrase; 'l4't ,e
sheep dog" haircut. Who knows versions of the same folk song Friday In Auditorium Band, under the direction of morning jy{hen he knows (ie
can be found. Most were com Donald Dewey attended and must hurry. to' scbool ,Co seeMary
posed before reading or writIng 'performed in the Sunshine Moffet. \*,
ARCADIA DRIVE IN was widespread and have Festival of States Parade> In Joe Ueter.wa4very'Chappywhen t
been passed down from generation Climaxing a DHS "That by Colleen Womack Mary* ly interested in securing a, permanent ''regular staff; Cherrell Jessup St. Petersburg on Friday, Sherie CUUqfrom' Br..
THEATREU. to' generation their Was the week Was" will be lynn Stone, playing Lucy Job In New York; but 'f fiction editor, Gretchen: Dana. April 3. denton came over Here forjtfteweekend. ,
S. 17. NORTH continuity being preserved by .. Woodruff the editor-in-chief: of; she has a difficult decision to The band student. chaperdhed <( .-S SJL St.. a//i"
,6 Miles memory., ,Also if a singer,dow the senior play V"entatlon the fashion magazine, hau asher make at the end of the month Sheha: poker as Larael Dono- .' by" Mrs. Bill Kelly. Mrs. Men's "Canoe"/'cologne li T
r not like the words or tune of IT HAPPENS EVERY sU}.!. assistant sub-d..b editor because she mee.J Tod Colbert, .,hue. beauty editor, and Marge Lester Bennett and Donald quite popular.",:IUt..9. :!e'Jnilo.r}

Thursday and Saturday a song, he may change them. MElt tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Jennifer Truex played 'by Lin a photographer played. by Joe. Powell, art editor; played' by Dewey made the trip by a girls Helens'\ DreUpn.especiallylikes : .'
"Who's Been Sleep This Is not considered corrup in ,the high school: auditorium Stalnbrook Jennifer' True Wnldron, chartered Trailways bus made it and -w ini-
lion in the field of folk sign This' "furtny', funny, funny": .Is. the only sub deb editor ream Members of &the magazines* Dey Carroll. 'possible by a bake ..Ie. carwash Sharon Sot, ar>
'ing In My Bed"De.n ing.Collectors three-act comedy' revolves a- p and contributions; Hughes have, be en !
Martin of folk songs often It was reported that the De ,hula rly for \ .;
several who
round college girls *
"Blood & Roses" have difficulty putting the i'IrL Soto Band representing DeSoto weekends. 'r:'It..I,
M.I r.,.,.... folk songs on paper. It !is a huVe? wtta a contest and as High School and community That's It for ''U>ls
1 I difficult project to reduce the their prize be sub-deb. editors i1 put,on ,a good show, in lien you... at. thepfay\ '. p' :
songs to bars and time slgnst- for a month on a popular fash' of the fact that they' had stiff :" "
Sunday and Tiiecday \lures, as. folk singers improvise ion: magailna; In New York. r competition from out-of state
\ greatly. For Instate. If The regular halt of DEBUTANTE bands. & .
\ "Please, Not Now singer wishes to emphasize a ,' ', the ,f hloa magazine Ttoe parade was televised on Key-CI
Brldaettc.. Bardot certain part of a song, hot may' bes.>n;-1h. '.month with mlaed TV*; Channel 13 many Area- {
"Love & Desire" lengthen the meter and,.....wVd. ..iM.*..tU x4.;aVt :the sub-deb edt.tor. dAKebeing: able to view their,
'
.teve Ceehran, Merle ObI" re If ,the song accompanied' : by the month promises to be k \wnY own band. 'In Cage 'Clas
(Continued on page s-D) around uf parlies, men, and Members arrived home at
.- WMMMM-MMMW .J ta M WMMJMemory .. aULa/ with er Uty' wrk on the 7 ,.p.rn. tired but 'happy thatftMfe 'For'Jh. fine\ In.the' it
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aide, flub-Urb. editor Annabel! ,I trip had been a big suc- eight years the BUS 1. 1'Cfib'memoers
I Ames, played by Cheryl Flan I routed th. IS
cJJKNO tiers Is a breath- of the oldSogthf faculty 38-23 In. the" mi SI
) front Savannah. Even basketball game JnW last
5..0 Morgan's men were pikers along )'! ADUATJ: Marine Prljy '- nesday',' April 'J.vtA the''
aide Aimabeilo! as she I .t. Wilbur L. Little, sen ..i'Mr school gynfoasium. :
C'- practices her scortcd: earth end Mrs. K. H. Little ef Rt. Pr.C't1cal1Y'h.' ; .' entire H'' d-
policy: on the 'Yankee" men tn 1, Arcadia eempleted' feur dent body watched the' t ty
\\S) r New Yw;&k,!?Z Hrkary Dry nt, a ef Individual eembat players receive.,tb>ir. lit
dress designer|jliy tfby\ !"Hub !Eeke March 17 at the First feat In many W.... F ill
; Whltlock. Count Marcello dl ,'t : Training. Regiment fought welt btt'they cou) i,
OeovonUo by Wily Wooten. and 'Marine' Cera* Base, Cams* LeJemte. overcome) those 'Rlcfge 'Con r ,
Refreshers / / Kenyon McCllnum an advertising 1t. N. C. While with the regiment ence champions thsit thsJ ey
..', executive played b y I.- all new Marines are Club sent against. th
The first U. S. Congress meeting under the Federal '' Garry Brvedlovv. all contribute trained, ,In tactical, and eemkat The) hit of 'one sT r was,
'to tho theory' expressedby DISTRICT DELEGATES; D.llS, da Carlton. Vicki Shelter. Diane ,kills.needed far battle. Kmphasis : the cheering ".4 jad mui fed
Constitution convened In Ft'deralllaJl In New Genie the receptionist, Back Sam Der- the ue'wbd'' used il
delegates: ti the district ".11 meeting Montgomery row wae placed en the small unit by Key
,'-; York City in 1789.! After their week IonIC con- played by Ju Ann Delaney include Fr nt row Shirley Carl iso Bobby Joens. Barry Goldring. tact,Ice the feur-man fire recently 1Dd\Ktecl'membel1.. : At to

Ik ference in the Crimea. In 1045. President Roosevelt when she widely i-ounctls: the tun Karen Ames, Nancy Yams, Lin-. Mike Poorer, Bill Jones team and the tl.man seusd. the club. 1 .:; .5 9#."
other sub-deb editors by sayIng .
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\;i Prime Minister Churchill and Marshall.Stalin ; J
sJgn- '
Save Your Confoderate ;
DEPfIDBLEstJCCESS\ CARS OF 64
THE. !
:-:t "-. ed the Yalta asreementii. JeffersonDavlawae, money. glrU. The .
j sworn In as President of the Confederate States off South will rise again.. F.H.A. Chapter (. I

America in 1861 -.- The first recorded meeting ofIt '1'PPy' Wonder played by' ConventionAt --#
Sue Uvrlntf. ,.U a sub-deb editor
a President's Cabinet was with President George '
) who draws us her celebrity
l Washlnirton In 1703 when various department heads lo bt rv"It'fa.mou.: rock-n- Clearwater '- :: 1

'** met with him at his home. roll i t singer Pudge Roulette Today marks the beginningof }
i played by Pickle Johnson. M.
this thrrextay cjavention; is r
K. Roberta a beatnik ub-deb Clearwater. ..L.,... .. (or theO
editor I played; by Beverly Roberts ..&ou>> > County 1 lah i School I
DeSoto National Bank haa Come to New Yorkin chapter al the rtf.ure Hotne- vw .141E
the hopes uf finding a publisher makers 01 Antcric.Itrprecenling < 1 .::
for her novel. GUTS. UIIS! at this. ". :J
OF ARCADIA After sh.4 meets' tlarnard annual dale i con>1Ia'on w Mar. .,
1 Sands, a publisher played toy' ion Christ. ('arutyn .Kvitna: Ann
Hilly Nicholson ahe> spends Fetcher Karen Guard and
p J
must 01 her time trying to IIvrvwt .*- meat Dtsifwt. T** ..*.n purpose :
KMlit: Federal Reeerve. Aystem him in her novel 1 v of this. thre.- 4y conv.etiu1' latt ...
Federal D....." I new ranee C.p.,.....* Other ub-deb editors ere > Install l aU the new sate rtltlorr '..

Charity h+rne. played by Norma *. au t tu dtawo and to
,Jean Head, Andres MatUn- pruciMn lor UM wuro* a 'r
I played by Jamie Ilwhan Olin AA': r. ;* I
P STUDENTS' ; CUP THIS AD FOIl YOUR Stone .|>lay a by Carol S u eWaluirs Alt delegates. aUertdtn this
8CRA.It"t, .. 'Uitsy tttrUtn played the heal by thcnr.. Ca.>.>H>> &'ODoo We have 'lIeSiPst..t. yt. iA ear .ptwer. ,' :.:
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11' y if attending a. pP.eidmteleet eeig es toys M.ens. Teen aaerwal. lat*.tb 80Itp Pews' 9801 dooM fine a standard 311 M.k. .VI s*Is a(trwrtvensMt M ear. '.:

of UM J re 4-4.e. rtouul : r7i iK < "CIIM.lard press 1.5.4.. a car m.t's Jet ale,.EeW hi 1e.. eia1apiae. all..rR US a.k. Raestwjer VL Caarr.ariwl I .....Welereeed ar

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; 'J Golden Anniversary yew! ,gelden oppectaftity see The DependabtesI it .
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I 'LAaT WEEK'S NEWS .. ::' .. ,

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; r CXST'\9CKK'S NEWS Church of Arcadia.: All -three.i">T. L. jEeiglars. They silotln.t visit-., ..oh"M.rth'J'I'C.' .. LAST WEEK'S NEWS t children' of Tampa visited Mr.

> ypF JAY STROBLE young people did a veryi'. ed the Bus? Johnson.. .**"family Mr land: M.... 'Robert'?. Ne- By MRS. MABRY MURPHYA and' Mrs Bob Albrttton and
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loin. C. W Pearce and Mrs.. job and are to be congratulated .; before Smith' of JacksonVfUe were the Sunday School: class ,'egj t attended church service. Suet -
.,QF DeSmO.: COU N'"f.V Strbble (returning to their home guests of her parents, Mr. and hunt was held at!the borne TO)t day.!' f 4r
jJALES >>. ''J w-f- were representing! on their effortsJiRevj," .Ca-. Sunday ,.mor ln.. 'f' r' 'Mrs 'Tom* E. Capell;; over the Mrs Mabry Murphy Fftdaj at Mount Verde Academy ;vlsi -
b .: Nt. l !fStm Church at t h .( pell challenged: the adult '
to t Mrs. )Hubert/ Roberts send/ weekend. They were accotnpaniett :: afternoon. / Individual! cakea teed Limar'Ha1T'etalut'Monday.

; onto, daughter Gail 'of Lake-: .. Placid : home by Mrs. J.: D. and punch were served 'aftei Mr. and Mrs.! Ralph Hough

M River. Association held>, the task. spent Friday' afternoon 'berg liA! ): ormick. who Is visitingher the eggs were found to Tvs. and Stevle Visited: Mal and

.. II... ... r tn the < Brownville! Baptist Mrs. Roberta Johnson with iKefe. grandmother and daughter Mr. and ),!rL nits, Kathy Alice. Tommyand I Mrs. Dillon Murphy Suaday.
:Church Tuesday vt last! week )' was aunt Mrs. J,VOr Johnson and Wendell Bishop and son, Harm Timmy Kirkland and Milton,,, Guest of Mr and loin.rCad

Ade'rtisln. Farm EqummenfIMTMMATlOMA The sword'driU was held withtDcrs the guest of her 'friend )f3:. Mis Louise. On Sunday Mrs! Robert. Debbie, Linda,' Car Harley Sunday were her

--.III. ; 1 intermediates} \ participat. Katherine Gray Tuesday of.t Johnson .and Louis drove over old.Mr.. and Mrs: Durward Carl- olyn. Joy and Gene Murphy daughters and their families.i .
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ing. the winner being Ruby' last week. to Lake Placid for a visit and ton from Miami were the A. good time was bad In spite i I Mr and Mrs. Ralph Hough
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/ Jenklnk son of Rev. Jenkinspastbn 1 t...' ..'sboat- weekend of rain and Mr. and' Mrs. M.
N..q-. bwQM, .www.. .b.N U l M.r M.Cm.h Twr" q. The Woman Missionary tbWLak.JII'O* guests of air. and Stevie Y'
..N. wMN.r _' 'TIM .N..41.w. l-l.Nd0/5. 4., .-=;:.. r= of South Side Baptist their' mission' Mrs. H. TJ Carlton Mr. Carlfams Louis Tyson 'of Parr4sh visited -. J.' 'Albritton and.:""Marti and f
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WAI.w 207-2" .1.--.0.-aIO' ae.y.-1 MM tin**+ 4rw:- jg'm9t0' _= -- .. Society study I Mr, and Mrs. dine Scott parent, and Linda, his -Mabry Murphy and family .. Shed of Lake Placidfand "Mr.

L: ....r' '''I' Of... 221 ....,0.1& ....,.% at the church last Tuesday. and tbeii\childrea (ndt>' Mr1 and daughter last week.. and Mrs' J. W. Payne Jr. andwas
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.b. WA84'.'. A, PAID J;VPUTICAt_ >OVIHTIflMfHTDEDICATED meeting at 10 ajn. and enj "' '
.... '. \ dy Mri. Henrian McLssxient and Rev. Fred Cant of the Tee Mrs. Emmitt Simmons i Guy and Mickey*
Air .ConditioningLICTRIC ed'a covered: dish lunches: t baby of Arcadia were the llasnlei't3uadgdeit7otrtllkfrpara- and Green Estates of Punta a'' patient at the Palmetto. clinic The church: : egg hunt was t

.. -..........-......... Furniture Star. noon. Mrs. Janice Blewtaught "" Cord was visiting Rev. TomE. but Is home now. held at the home of Arnold

a1N1aAI ( a_ Air C.wNN.e _c the mission boo Inf a) rite M,. and Mrsi MelVjn Scott Capell Friday Those attending t0ca t 1 Murphy In the Oak Grove section :
551 .I.ed A.N4MM -- Mr. and Mrs. .r.*Taylor fotStuebenvllle Mrs Wilbur Grant arrivedon races: at BradentonFriday 'IIt.3:. -Sunday afternoon. -
.-..=:.. .:. 33 0.M COM.rt.fri N_ .wi>M>i.... .t very effective and Interesting; ,
.e Ohio and! Fort the 2 in night were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Those Mrs.
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.. !. *>..>..-..-- _*.., II. W_ way fnev : Myflfrs'canMt up'for .a'vUlt J and, Petersburg Tuesday from Ohio 'Murphy and family and Royce M. J. Albritton'and tires Marti
\I ., 0... ._. Pk-* WAJlMf_*-J BM.. David Berryhlli ahd Caster; dinner with their where'" she has been visitingher Albritton and Louis Cockern., and Sherri. Mr. and Mrs.. Mar-

eM NOM' .uaNIIHING., ---of.r IN wile of j-urrish tarn down' friends Mr.*'and Mrs. ifw' 0.. parents. Dinner guest-cf'' Mrs Lela Ion Walker and Kenny. Mrs.
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T ., '' N.4,00.05.. : Wednesday eve.ung to cdnutict: Converse and family Mrs O. R Dye's mother, Uarelson and Lamar Easter J W. Payne and boys. Guy
--- \w'Int!. .-_- WN : Nor..1uAM.p.i Of" the prayer service and' Bible Mr*. Jim. Brewer and sons Mrs. COil bon" from Clennville.OB Sunday were Mrt and Mrs., and JAckyp: George Murphy

rao.TICT-U .......... .a .......... o a"Kyn.i"'r.cord uiuy u> the ..D enc* of bur 'w.n"; S4N'fle L'to Tampal ,, la visiting. her this week. Wayne Shelfer and children: and George Cockern, Mrs..Mae, .d.

..,.-.....-5. w-.........-_ ........All.. pas u>r Revs Olliett wno It cnuucUng ,Friday wHere they spent the Mr. Dye was. In Sarasota on of Avon-fParkr- AlbriUonw ..Mr*-'Murtee Al-
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C.. C.O.: "'T..1 ca....... ,.., Prescriptions revival services: 4 t in4viui /. day wlh'heC; friend Mrs: business Monday Mrs. Grady Cumbee and brfttolS\'n.and"' "".yvonne..J.IMr.. .
D....l..... W..e o.k 3t.we.I .Ba and .
$ ,I. o ..see at the present time. ar'Mat11'7 new baby Members .orhe Tee and GranvllleWtlkins.'Nargie': and 1 1s..n
I I.MAM._ t \ ACCUSATItr--.._-__<.- ,..NrMN i >.. enjoyed' having the Ueiiyhiils .- daughter .."d\ family';return* Green; Baptist 'Mission in Punta Stella V'Ringer, Mrs. ..Donald

-1C'.J1.:._....., _-..4 I.III-......w._.s ......... wtin us rid also preach Ing., home late Friday night.. Gorda entertained at a toted to Tampa Sunday after- Murphy "and Donald '""Rev: <.

Bottled Gas M.A ..... .WAI..I edu1.rpJing .. vu her. Sunday and Will txt On Saturday Nthey .wtre- the reception In honor of their noon to visit Mrs. Louis Felton. and Mrs. H Hall and

t with us 'a.am next Weanesu supper guAts or Mt. Calvin pus JiAt> pile toted Atau Friends are glad to learn daughters Nancy and Edna

.. night. .and. both service Bogges and family at their. ...irs. A:red lint, on Sunday that Mr...Harr.eyf' Carlton is out and .Jrl a. Barwick. Mrs. Mabry

.all"...... _N.1.uiu -4 A*.>._. .........5 weerF 5.- ; aunduy April Sttf. f fMIM. horn in Ft. Ogdcn;' afternoon* from 3 to :5 at the ot the'hu plt.J.of MurpMjr and; Milton Debbie,

"' -.t1t.yI/.N y..dbar. Maurice: .ord tvUlted( Mrs. E. .B. :Converse! and mission. .Guests were! greeted Robe C.* Carolyn: fJnda;!'.107; :*r --I:
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;-_. e..m 5.'.. '..1. a AMlkv c:.":..2M::: THI ABCADIAMi ......_ ..1 It one of Mr. and ..n. Melvin ttcoit and daughters. "Joyi' 'and'* CAthy by1; .Mrs. ltonnie Parker and Week of April. 2 and Gene and Mr. and Mrs.

W... 0.- ...- ....... WA I. of.QNIs... .=:-4. 0555.4... .:'.:wbyt c/eoWoted7,'timeless+ service a'ug on S"turu"y oi itts. w4.kVin ana Mrs. J. U>Johnson XWM Mrs. ,Jerry Moore who Introduced Mrs Tom* : Capell and Mary Baldy' Albrittonr and Ronnie ___
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4$. L.Mu.erllaa" G. tu11t1ay.tier r ,Coniaiai,Dft>> .hw'trirsf.J Bap" iuieHv> anct.Mrl Tom E. Caw Friday on account ot Illness of phy and Emma JJe Murphy

Building Materials Reo'dy-Mixed: d:1': Concr.t.IIAOT.M1sto ORLANDO V....Us u..r .....(&vwa I'AIMu teat ,Church ,In Arcadia: SuntUiy ptiil thlrbuucexr\i large numttfi key. Warren Capell wife. Rev. Robert Wlngard and" BudaI''
SENTINEL -&. t :' night. 1r i .9on >t .u...* to Rev and Mrs\. Warren Cspell' l 19 the brother of Smiths The: '40 een<' prUeggWOTi'louridv :

CO"'PLlT' -LINT--.* -b.-IW4ii---. .-..t'1.1.-- -------- jIoU White and suiter. ... aond.7.pr.rasweek Gant.ln'guest book w4 kept Tom t:. Oapell: They" returned > by Guy I Payne, 2S''

I _.4 --f.-... '--'Y. CONCItTI. CMM A..- 1.11/5 Wow tla.t 'AWlutjyUeda Mrsr ;Janice".Brewer and Mrs" bMrt: s.zrar Taylorand Mr home Monday' cent egg by 'Edna' Hallj ':and'ls I
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I 'wA.I.3......!/.l-71II.M..q; 1'--. p_ C 10._ ,i>.1415 4 NMI$..t m..m MRoollng = .. ut thvir Uster Situ. tttoiMW *. 111..oan.* and, their c|>UVU Sn. '&Vm M/\w hotter_' 'The"' table Tuesday .11 r. and Mrs. 10. oenegg by Joy Murphy._ ,.&;

'. M..N A.... wAMw a 1. lu.r.all- .tr. (IMW save.wkvr members' of the beginner* wnere iucsrbook was kept McCalj: end "Mr. and Mrs. fete Mr and Mm.GranvltleWll. ( -

tiU'oUa Marsh 4 M'4 ,atIl..g ,. cUss oSuntiayVSch: otaJled; wJ ):vvert.U with a fine linen broom tendL' Peggy went' tw klris of Canal, Point" visited

1 I' DolomiteO t1INae ..>' U 411.4.aket. oun>-< on a41'.. J. rcfinigeai)
... .iiy. i* ii'"* JUJtfr. ...tirdy Atialson. takutg there. Were a ueep purple Airlfc.u RevivalMrsi fynS. r rI
-- --- .... them .aom. flowers and Violet 'hi' 7eeelMng''nng : Louis Felton returned"houle ,. ..J I
.aIOOIINa -'-- __ __ a.e.05 Cathy Convert ..AlMu. ...1\.. .
I I *. .MRTILIKS.4 4 Mrl.vtlMs- *.UM"._.. rfvlwnM Mew.*. c-..... ....... ........ Aua1M Lull LI ..J..nJoa. ,-. JlId11"tgh'y"bdokhrttl"ttla* mtt- wes hatred by purple' ,,glad. from the 'Ijmpa Genera/ .1'
j =.'. MMtOM SkM. rk..:TVfWDrugs : .001.1 I.,1 ':... 0. w. $051.5.lbw. .la ...... otter niwuibvr' Of I drn !had mad. Both families low wash white one In the Hospital >after being a patient. --f II
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.fwAl.w t ;' .\ e a\1.\ 0 I M.wN ssulo: ,T1itlb tkhOol 'Htursuayim appreciated: the visits from ,theV baClC&round.orhe: refreshment W.t4e.e"Wk .

''I i .rr'a . JJ. ... IIrYCIllu,,, '' a concert held( at,.i>U4t_ P.O" Hvtry ;much. t* t*..wa*>covered-with .a. whit .Betty McCall: Irora Tampa, f.

:TV Sales:. Service' : W W.. C. =. :-'two. L.M.LNNAI. tltfH. *:.'iucy BiauWer" 'ttVfV S" vid .bcrryhlll delivereu .linen cutwork' tf oth. A,".punchbowl wa*' homeyVisitinr tie* pare.... morebeats'(Continued to from page 4-B) .
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__.. 'oath th. ninth School ''heir to sermons : ;: i>avld Jones
". *. at V-N / ./>'-* ..... ( Sandaylr'H. mints and Its' fours'''cakes thtweekendj\ ... dance, the >meter ,may. be
f fI ..oiui in ih. *;utee-.SuntS.. sef-' was; accompanied pet : In over ,
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r..H./NM.:J ... '.T..Ll i ail >we/4thdlnhr guests CMfuflidMfsj punchbowl' wertf pastel .lad101 ;ha moved into vv step -.4
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wAI.w. 1-411. 505.5 MT*. C tti. Me,.... .... Mis' Eddie Garner on beds of fern. Mrs. Joe home. Interesting to :
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5._ _loP &11 't7 NT I ben from this \ \ the')Itttif ones enjoyed an. CasMr Swindle presided *t'the punch: Mrs.. Stephens have returned songs rapidb"dedinea
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tfxterminator* CA .-Ie.u.. ... ".M.. .. Mrs. .E.. B. .Converse Joined.. te""Ir1IUni. : Irr bowls. Music,.was provided by home from the Char- when' culture*, and4 sophist' t cation

-" ..... gfi ,..,..> v .II......AIf........ 'e1NM. ttM '... 4 Miss' Ella Rain county supeTJ *. 'anj MrsJim Brewer Mrs> Al> Raymond and. Mrs. lotte Community he>>pltaL', creep communicUUons' into '*n are,' *. Modern '
YTIO.ICAI t'd t.is taAa -nft.1 I StateSenator visor of DeSoto County ;schools sod sons Bob and Walt, spent James Browni 'Mrs. Fred Cant Mr. H.: T. Carlton'' was In the systems
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:= N..1 I.'rts s sr < *IM l l, .. r. .... in .,brief business:.ttlp' M Port'''. aUnday sulrM>on, With her ,and Mrs. Tom Capell wore bosp tail from Thursday till a shrinking' world do not
... AN.4lb1 ..:: n MM. Wk i t. ..., t f" 1"'. Charlotte *n n* Barents Ml1.: anoV Mrs. W. F. ;corsager of orchids. Those attending Sunday of last week. provide the ,most fertile
.4341. I ThundS''It'IOt '
ServiceTMURaDAY.Aa.rtlU
Transportation ,nc 'Y BogKs* and tanUljN,, 'Going from Nocatee were Mr. Mr. and MrsAlan Mott hadas grounds for the composing of

'" Mr. ahd .D4Yft;t. 's\robk\ I. do1ntt1n\.t1ft1:totenjoy, a;plcni ) and Mrs. Grover C. Holland. weekend guests her parents folk songs. The hills backwoods

Appliances' t"fVJ... ... ..d 0....z:; and mother ).fr..;Cure'Strobl,, *1unctf-ln:' *"woods'*after Mrs. John Kelsey, Mrs. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wit and United and rural areas .of the J

Electric .. .. .r spent rridsy.. morning IrtJPunt chtUtia'anat} Uitl. 'foUta held Felton. Tom Ed, James Carl.My ., her brother Winton Witt from States still perpetuate
:. %VV, U'". .'W' r< = ;; lbw > this'style of music but-these
A NL Gurd ton. batlness and*.-;.tan:: ,Batter*l hunt duping the Eltxabeth. 'and Rev. said: Bowljng Green.
..NtSAL000Tl' -"...11I4 M' ..... .. : i atttrnoonATtwr 'S un.lno. My' *sn __ However
there
Wsss 0eII t. I... the PUr|.. State *. On, lnr4HnMfof.itft6 c Union at butt, Gerald: Felton. Sr. Mr. from NoCuoUna will probably
"st city. Saturday; aftmcm Thursday '
-,..rc-'I ..., ,- r : ..rP'c. ftlglrt "' .". Sfrfr-f ,-. *-. Mr*.: Gal4 ,Fetton. always be collectors and fans ...
T Jr. end .
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: ;I 1....ts.- ,,' I a iwashlit. yin, th, p..ple. Mr*. Strobi.8r.actomp.nlMr. I, he had beenattending of folk
Y T s0 + !II..ur ..""" ..,,,el'. f i yeitrvst and Mr*.. Joe' Morton on *. MM. ahdt t Mr Ch/tlss-Woad' Ms. and Mrs.' MtchU} 'Jamison 'the funeral of his singing who will pnaervs.this

Olflc.....Su, Jp1I.rt, t. -aver *l an* e&I..*.... business trip 'to El! Jobean. .T.%*, and frlehdl'of. attended orOulfport. Mud, were viaU- grandmother who passed away' beautiful and .fascinating
: : & Morton were ',looklnc
troll AU YOU" M '........_ .f t Ifei/j4a/I I "!.*". t* S*. : property -. down ther*. anf},tin*'< * A...4h. 0..... s!=\Its WMT 1 :; a'res* myself t. t". ....d. *f They. returnedhorn*' In .h 1 I, ehSrew1'by"letter; coming from weekend. While her hey 'metered Albert Carlton's over th.weekend .
.... ., CUutfe{
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.- ., Jones Jr. I
W -H41. ., I p. ple In. sVry. ares of '''''. late :vnlngt of i UM KorthHttl. bt>rmign Church to Tampa Saturday to 'were his 'son. Mr. J
: 'n'f'! 'j :win( *.| up..n ...h ,lasw with" David .lIoUtn worih."M' ,i .Arcadia.+. see-Mrs. Louis Felton who Is Claude Carlton and Mrs. Carl- .
J iron
,fair' ,an. Impartial. Ju**.. Thursday nlAttt'| 'dhFr .S: :M*, ,End a'member of the DeSotoCoun&7
1 'rs.dtlealn. ; ; **"sltlv t.yWr'wl.Mai with his -*frleo4. ;Jimmy r ae ttrMr" 'VP %omPln. Island Generals Charles Vickers", Mr. Vickers: "

I sad will ..,?... Converse the' .home of '.his,' SuHaf. arltrHln' for 'a'tehortgUlt ,Mr. Louis Felton motored toPunta and Ctiarlen. all 'from Miami. Chamber of Commerce
the Veteran .
4- .. **4nioe. ..r ffH wh.r* ever Mr :w"hrhe*another 'MIL H. Gorda to attend:an Odd- The Nocatee Civic Club held ot YorelgslWars.and ,
parents and J ", ,& .B. ,
,! ; the Masonic AIn '"
I,find .It.1ILavin. Conve,.../last .wok.- r /. 0.. .J ..... 'rf' ",>. -,. fellow's 'meeting taw*. .H* its regular meeting at the connection: with Lodger .'

1 of Mr. Susie tUtr!'*'and, /ra. Everest* JohnsoKaid' y went, wltb.. ..141'. Ezra .Taylor Clvic"'Ctubr< Monday. March "his bus-i
... this spirit. that' I Brwr aceom- : IrMa Mr. Jones Is a member+ '
CQMJl)! EV 'W.".*. 'like t* serve you. t0pi.p.fnty panted Mlas' Ella I RjilU 4>t 'Ar*' : aTn y pnV (iSatur-' ;', Saturday night the' 'Peer.River 23. It'* main object of businesswas or.the' Florida Land: Tide Association
day,2 afternoon over at Lake Baptbt"AaaocI. on'held
: eadla to Orlando 'recently < plan for Irtish. fry to-be which
4Utrlt and'iTtA be
: where Oha* b obee .Na--.4 >a.a.ID.".tiler. a' 'yeuth night at urbd held the night of .the political served a* J
I state. ''* ssnat* *f rier-" theyatunded tbIda *rror* r' Vic President, and he.is. abo
aj afl 14.--- Council: Elementary .*d-< Monday. a' sn.rnber"ot' the '
AmerleaitrL
; t ..... u aUon .meeting, ;*" *:**+ .*....+: tin*: .Ond''gnodlutlt5fla111I* da... 'Those attending from here April 22. They reported a huge Association
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N..t.. ....M Mr. and -wld '..tsiwere .... were Rev* end Mrs Tom. JC., success at.the last-barbecue and Jeoe title Mr.
.";i;10 ILaJ.I. N....t.. .lkh i Mrg/jCharles ,J Scott ra.lnbetVof. the
DOYLE E. ; pen lit Batasota Saturday Capell. Toen Eu: .-James, Mltch- wish to{ thank
Pu"\e'\ Library'' H. > \ of North Hollywood and .theirdaughten everyone that First:
*, 1:1'1I: .p.".1Atab1M: Y.leJ LI..J'. .....1411,.. 1 r.of 4st. weak to belpMta. Thlgl.pfM hard: Rabble Keen and'Tommy helped make that f.ptLtthurehlotJArcr)
.s.w"vfl. tte.. O.-.t,...." ; CARLTON 'Donna !La.r *U_. success. dia. H* Is married,.and the"1father ::
Klwsa4 rt00rh.arlJ SI'.w/1v111. C.C.." 1 f JR. her., cousin celebrate. their Brewer. The new Vrotriotrs Mrs. W, C. Dykes; of Ruskln '
relative %
of
Clrbr.ItSO ...'.&I.t. t14Mawaet. '. a I btlefly. .*toir four children. He
TeurUt' Club, flay and* Sundays pmnal ,TJ ..i tyeMy nrth .Jweddlnc. alnalveDtra. the coming year were 'visited Mr. and! Mrs. Gus Kel and his, 1
** tTorn wife/Adetta .
71Oq".m.t 1 :
.W.: .mw. (nee Jtoxi
W W I V." &t.A 0.4. f pent the- time With hr oMiui, .."....It 1 .plt", Ed. CapelL. president' ly last Weekend. Mrs. Kelly la t>*rtn) ..reside. ,
41..IIOO : at :12O North
y M.f.rtMtl.f; ,N... q.s.,. .y. Th. .w.r ...a. -Mr.:>.h4 .< Donald ColB .- Ruby' Jenkins of -Southaid ,her aunv<* -
Odd Pell.w L....., 8:00 "... ,,,. ... fete JMaMf Tans Couttar whU Jter. <<>*|M Vohisia, Avenue., Attain..
In4. .,Te",1'fe f't' .. i" -, '. >. ritidrllttbsaori. : we,.. put toatfvavT'eimrch Baptist Church. Arcadia," vleepresUlent. / I ..
\ Ak."..-;A",,........ .. 0411410iY\ \ fn&a were In Ateadtatwltb'. tK e Paid
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': atu 4sxy"rndtheir; I ) t _./ P.11 leaf Adv.rIN..ntalA.arar
L t Ms-. w S.w Ung..,. (MeroMna.+ L......) L/1 rw1, L.Nt .. 'All.,, ,r ;i.r_ ,t. T.IdPNtt/.1gAtwrlha/ +I4ats ..........................0,. Mrs., Calvin Stephen underwent } y a
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ttre l M.1+ rwwltw'\t1'1MIt t""._ "..T+ .rI '.tno .II .d sureery" In Punta Gord. 4a 1 -
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o ..L.- Hospital 4ast Thursday.
t PrtlDAV.. APNIU.10.' JO N THt I ...... av; 'tb ttvt.ler I .Mr*. Doris Nichotoon. Is a r, J t

Pnblle. .. Llbrsry N......." 1 l5. -; li M .1Jr. ..I patient In Punt Gorda lens a
rr L 1 ."..II.1 j ,- .. ...... tJf 0
o.a... / $'net plt.aJ.1 too..t
H"It .11,2rtq ..*.. D..t. NIIt.S.ltb.l. '. at Mopeg. II. f
West I ...., .....1'. and Mrs.
Wettman are
RIis.ntary' JI. 4-H. 230 ....." w....II" s'''U17. $.A..l I. w aIa M'71K{ t.4w
t V..tlt A.tlvttl.ll. T1OOV..t., .. .Csnter' t t\ .1 : Mf laid MrLWi" goBg to Apopka for the Easter: a
.04 c: ./ weekend. .n. **" *(

Cw> ..Ilr= '.I'he""WiU be an Eaatet Sunrise : .1

< .eATU.. AV..A..IL". >1tt: _Service: at the ''_&aliI- .. -
l 'y. ........ _rotal." of grounds. at f a. m. 8dnoIh7IIIOI1UnC.

V..th. vbU. .... Llb/sry' -H.4t ,, ,13O I. L'o:: p.i' ''i. Llbnsy' Svlldln. 1 KELLY .JIdIIfIfe-! : tR and.. % ..Revw.. OTteU.Hughes' ....,.. ......rt.......... -
AWvN/.e; 7NS P.a1.11M.rM.CMI.e wUI, .rtnc""be", meX. '** .
T...Ht. CI4b, no0 S)....4 V...tk.Center =\ ::.1i .--)tr--.M. : Mrs. DeweyMof, .. .. ...IIt.-&.
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..\HC\DIAN+ Arcadia, Florida, Thursday April 9. 1964 7-B



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This Series Of Church Pages I Is Brwfht r f 'To You Each Week ']Through! The Cooperation Of These Public Spirited- Hess +.-.-...

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Nocotee Cities Service ..."...
Bank
,\ Citie*Service Products FORT OODEN CHURCH "ST. DeSoto National .-..........
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EDMUND'S
Meats, -. Groceries Ice Bait -9F GOO. ., 't .,SPISCOPAl'CHURCH' ",' of AVcadU: r
FUliing Tackle _
cat_., ria. WA 9.51911: SUNDAY The Rev JBM Maaale. VicarSUNDAY Serving. DeSuto County With
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Sunday School 10:00 a.m. !'n>,....tv. Hanking Sine ,10074
\ oriiiiiB Se v cc 11:00 a.m.
> 08 aim Chural" Eucharist
THURSDAY U .. .
In. Holy Communion .a
YJ'.t. 7:SO ..
p-m
; ''''''' .: ..1. t. \W4 :40>t .f p.A ) KwnaonjlWKDNESpAY ....,.
Gulf f Naval Stores CompanyNocatee. .
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1 FORT OGDEN MCTHOOIS1CHURCH Lcfcbvre Electric Service Co.imect -.
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. Florida ..4 Oft" AY' S ,aaa111 :90 fin SJ"'I'Ut41 Holy Ctommunlortp healing<< \ 1'j le SuppTlen" .- ''aatey ServiceMotor
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Mr ...aW e ---- Sun1tUo! =s: 10-00: ( a.ftA''I'p' .m. ..,..: t ,t Pump HepalnXft '
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Service J1OQ am. HlJACH o" fls.tUS CHRIST- 'W. Magnolia .i, f MWMHvWA 8-8281

aar../ -v w .......WEDt'ltsDA Y. LATTER OAV SAINTS. tH-
Prayer Service' : 736'p.m..
Sclu, :
.... .. ,, Sumlay l I I0OU a.. m ; f .....
; -w Arrailin Woinuni .. ;
Club ,
1fr .. R-#. r f' .
zntjty: s Guff ServiceService" <
\,' ', ...riendl}. ""* FORT'- OQON C.HURCH BAPTIST. k ItiMul. llruilcnlun ..- '

Imbrication ,- Tires Batteries l R.". J. ft. OJIbreath 4 Tayor's.SupereUo'IItWl ] .

N. arvvard ,. ,.- +.. ,.... WA 9-SSSL: t:, Sunday School 10 a.m.MorningWorship THE CHURCH Of CHRJSTVI. 4 ". .-
II ..m. :.r..r Hk k.,.. amid Whh...." W, lII"k.-r7' WA 5.5351Where ......
Training Unlo\.S:3\ : .p.m. ..1WA UJY ..; W. feature -SPECIAL"* Week /:...| -"
Evening Worship 7;3O p.m. 1 rhl.. **Im. I q..n '" *'-. lrkcea Sin, Day A Wee* .4-::':
WCDMLSUAY. .f.;..,*, '\ .ft*jpT". .iTu.. a m .
Pray vf Scrvlcv 7:30 p.m.8OUTHAIOI lev.'n'n.Yon'up 8::3U -
E. T. Srrttth Hardware Co. w.nZ'USIM"- .pm., 'P. ".. ...1_+.. "<1-' .ar'ft
Pittsburgh Sun Proof Paint Sale Price .:vf.'u"c lltble' Study ,:,30 pm.
',f' ; ... r.rU.
S3.98: per Gallon BAPTIST Weiinrtie YOU! Is.! worship

PittsburghO**J.S8'ii-Wall per' Gallon Paint: Sate Price( :4I ...*v<.,*... HURCH, -k r, Lt.)'. ,.. .1 \ .J .vilh. 4sFIRST, . . W. "DU HlUebereuon .
South Avenue >It
I Oak Street WA 8.5271v : -
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OI1... f K. S-MCI. R... 8-K248 ., Complete Roofing Servfre* :tnou' --

.. .- sr 4S SUNDAY ASSEMBLY OF_ OOO 3 lie* SOOA WA 9-2184
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Sunday School 9-4S: ajn. SUNDAY Warehouse N.ieatsesa.1.< .
Morning Worship 11OO: ..... oil t fcunday.Siihoai 049: ...... *
t. .. _: ..J_ ..... '.1. II .. Training Union e.lStJra.Xvenlng T Morning Worship llAO.aja., .
Roberts -.Grady Funeral Home : Worship 7JO p.m. ,SUNDAYEvent.llatie .. .
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.* WEDNESDAY Service 7JO p.... E1
J4 Hour Ambulance Service" Mid-Week Worship 7JO: lUlL TWO MNUTBtt WtDNESDAYPajrer ... J uwar4

. 1103 N.,Bravard Ave. WA 8-4101 !. ant 7;SO l rale Service First Federal Savings'cVtloan
lInN tHE ")lBtEa p.m.
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NOCATIE CHURCH OP 000 --- .. t'ac. .... ..M.-- Association of DcSotd' Cqu/ity

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e .oases ) 'CALVARV
. Sunday School IfrOO ajn. -- r. RAPT 1ST In Arcadia At 'The 8"'" of The Dig
T' !" "I CHURCH Clock With The .. '
Morning Worship 11:00: ..m. i CklanAj .

Bill Kelly Evening TUESDAY Worship 7:00: p.m. A Bible test was sprung recently on rate, the growing divorce rate, I increasing fly,Highway. Ordei. "70'...last Patter 11

:30 Y.ara'Experienc.In: : Livestock Prayer Service 7!30 p.m. five classes of college-bound llth and dUhoneitty at every level; ..fbusiness SUNDAY
v Dealer_ and Order Buyer THURSDAYYoung 12th graders in an American, public and social lira how can \' ttuivlay rKho.|, 1:4S a..",> C
People Service 7:3C: p.nx school. we expect anything but this condition M..riu 'g Worship 11:OQ am,;; ,
Box 1009. Arcadia WA 9-258 when the Bible Is taunted de4plscd Union 8JO p.m.
raining
Some thought Sodom and Gomorrah end Rolls' 'S ", lco Stat1on"'tStaadArd
This departure* from ;!:\.h. tv"; ,ui>< WurBhlrt 7 JO p.m- .-
were lovers; that the gospels .
t
Oil" IToducU All** TtfM
'. NOCATCK BAPTIST" written by.Matthew Mark. l.ut. \,, { \>f God Is bound ttt get ufdf neg WKUNKSDAYOETHkt. arm lUtlerlea ;;.:
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were: .. .. .. ..r $ ... !. -\. .
1rrn\1bJp.- .ir.. ervylsq 1,1OJ. .. ..
CHURCH her! and John; that Eve was*created ., l inC +tfttmSBTrliut I. ., Wa Rlslt .urYaalalg .r Dl. h tlai4
f' '.' SUNDAY from an apple; and that the stories whatever tho c ndltJ0pIp3rot? ''Oakland,.!, fleevnrd, n .,..WAS4l
Van Petten & Sari Sunday Rchool :45' ..m. which Jesus: told were called parodies. you* you,may have tho /joy aruTrOaev MISSIONARY
Morning Worship 11-OO ...... and light thai comes from that' I lft s BAPTIST' CHURCH .. .
Funeral Home Training Uolon 849: p.m. ed Hook The lllble tells u. frankly last Cypreea. SC eNrtH \ -.
2M X. Oak'Street WA 8-8881 Evening Worship 7.43, p.... Eighty to ninety per cent: of the itu' that "all have sinned" (Horn 3: 21)) nil Rf.re. Ave. :; ,..amw

dents could not complete the most that "the wa ; es of sin .Is death SUNDAY .. ....... .... ..
familiar quotations,, from Scripture: Ilom. +0.23): ) since' a jtut God 1U41t, Sunday Hchuol 04S: ...... Arcadia Hardware
FIRST BAPTIST' CHURCH The teacher, Thayer S. Warsaw deal with sin. Ah. but "Christ dll"tl Motnlng Worship' 11OO ajn.Evening .
Rave.......,...r7.. Understandably upset and right. for our sins' (1(I Cor 15:3)). and, ho I : WEUNKttUAYPrsyer WnrahH: 7Je ..... -, .** ,. Ptf.,
N. PelH A HUhery asked "Is the student to study Arcadia. FloridaHardcore
ly : believer haw with Sal
Calshley Farm Service, Inc. SUNDAY may "peace Service 7J9; lam.J .. -
and and not
mythology Shakespeare through our Lord JcwUs ChriitMfltom.
School t.45 .....
Yoar """PURINA" Dealer Morning Sunday Worsnlp IfOO: : ajn. 'the Bible Js"ilt.{ important or him to S:1): ). _

;I M S. Brevard Garden andArcediaSuppWA 8-5321 Training Union 8.49: p.m. leant what It means when a man .Is Head he Bible, especially the KpUtles = ." SAPTIT"

Taylor:.84. Punta Cords KE.2-9171 Evening: Worship. .a:.OO,p.... called an Adonis.. ,of. Romeo yet un- of Paul who was raised up tC<) CHURCH .
-, WE DNlaOAT( .. important for ,.him to be" able to tell proclaim 'he gruel>l lg(.Ni nc< Mid-Week Service 7 JT: ( pjnNOCAT a Jonah from fe Judas?" the grace of God (Acts 20:24)), You Sunday.School 10M a jn.Morning e r.. M/ Davis CoT"

This writers heart Is with that will never cease to thank God<< for Worship 1IOO .... i iTraining W t .
.. teacher and all vwho are awake having given your attention to 'that Union 8 JO pjn.EveniM j Jlardwsre Paints rtwnb&n4lilluppt.? .11.
,. '" .. METHODIST fM ugh io.,se*' that the Bible .Is dis' Wonderful Book. a WeeMtlp, 7:W. ...... MMam
Sunny South Packing Company CHURCH appearingmare> uad .more from .It shows to man his wand'rlng',; ways hsyer'h WEDNESDAY Bible: Study 7JO Hi W XMK.SC: : itA, WA 8-M71 .=

I SUNDAY American life: How can we expect And where his feet have trtxtl pea. I .
Mad1a Sunday School 10:00 ajn.Morning but Juvenile., Out brings to view the matchless gruc d -- 'C .
VlorkUFiissell's .anything dejinquency. '" -- b e. se rr ..... ....--tic%- w
,. ,. .. Worship 1IA9m.: ,the rapid general rise in the crime Of a forgiving, God. AHCAOIA' ''RKVIVAL i ....,
Yevtli Service 'T:30: pWEDN5DAY .... ." .
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Cboice Feed Lot Beef 1 K.et Maple Street tm Villa RIM> S2S Stertft HIH. .__..... A.*. Sunday Actteol Ie oct CUM.Moraine Morning Wership || OO a JR. &............. ServiceTRINITV 7H: pm. it 'f 14 ..rlaT
or Your Locker or Home Freeser .ret*SNDATeI.ee p. Am.dj.ll.elda, ,1 ,WoeAlp I LOOVmton : ..... NYJS.' .-*! pm jPr1eyoinf
a/4 ..7114 Hoed .WAS-4JJ1 CWe-ry BftoedwW nf .Services) Tr.'fWI SJO PJIVWor Evening. ftervtc *;ao pjn -
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.Worship. 10;.. ..... "'M udii SUIfDAY fkkMrf -=Oil sisal t, PVa>.r. U..un6 CHURCH .

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Youtn Meeting 8JO pjn.TCMPtJI Tmmuvf Union ... para.Wersblp ... SCI/NQZ WZDNYJDAYPrayer Ne,n.e.4 Hajres ron .
SmithxCet: "...vP }y2f! .... 710 ..... 34.dtat 7.34 p..M. SUNDAY I 1aT
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,Doty Henr/s J R $U8iDAYrc01 r.pitat UaMaI t. .... ...V..TH.DAYAOYU.T..T War****., It ssn.Evening W. 1". 'Wynn & Son Plumbing' Co.

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'Anvx ... Services 11 NS 0 a.a.t.ed.1 F...et S.nkY 790 'p.. Pal. i. Nlaa.ry ... Prayer M etM.. 1M p.... .vnlJAY. Sales. Service Parts \ ...
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Arcadia* received ''Itshismo was In' 1BO5 and it was "La nor De Areadaa". And they- was the,Jest of the year er was Mack: ; Herndon.

from Arcadia Albrltto'n" ac ;this.fire which: 'moved the people ware only.4:t cents too. and, she didn't give a boot The first Henry '
urvey was by
cording: to the oldtimert.0;'the'- farther" ,away from the It's a debatable question who about stock laws. Jf was-* lone -
area.. but- lone before that It 'banks of Peace'R1v";;, where.it. had-; the' flr!t: stoev;>oHve?."y:tithe 'before '{he anl 1ab. Incrudinc Washington and. Sam Held
was .known- Tater Hill Bluff had Its origin. :Bob Whi44en: -..-na'.Y'-a.Mr. pigs# -were forced from In l 13 t3. A re-survey wasfrun

because,; Harris Raulorson XV was. that sameyear that; Black :.'.Fred Margin; owned (the city streets.Florida's. by -Georg Bunker ha -1853 'and

bought potatoes for market. ref .the first RFD boxes were begun livery stable, "Acrejoot"Johnson lust cattle were platts of the surveys were apProved -
I ceivtng-. deliveries on the high and five year earlier Arcadia > carried the fnail" between brou'-'ht over b. DeSoto .and
by the State
( bank of the stream oiled tint had its first electric plant. Kurt Myers -and-Arcadia). bare:= in the -eary| days of Arcadia Surveyor. -

Pea Creek Pease Creek. and The. plant was-sold to the city foot and walking.'Boss'JHendry: they were selling Jot $4.00. GeneralJohn Westcott in 1853.

r. later Peace River In IB 12, the same )'ear-tbe-Iu.d'. .' ,hsd th.* first sawmill and} the head. Transportation was bY Theirsf brick'stare., was 'ryesowned ....
"j p i Orange were first Introdtw* hospital 'was erected. first idcwajk. ; 'all, of -.two horseoack or wagon. Ibere was by W. 1L Seward;.the *'; : .

ed In tile Bunker..,.. ove 143 1012 was an, eventful .year. :b1cCJui'w"'meda: ; -Wood. an' attempt 'to start a mule- first Ice box by'ZUpenlaub: Meat .
;year ago because a hardy.nio.. Th.Bee.nI'., of' Trade:'and the Two mute wagons could'eas* drawn, streetcar but nothing t'
,veer woman Aunt'Betsy.Batespanted ;;'-Chankbec of'Commerce were or..I', ur !mireo'bnOak, Street came"of'to. "Market the first car-was own. ..' -

' .. to :-bctag; a.OiiU( a.-Dig;tnrolBl with''Judge Vf;..p. Be \: ;v': ,;'theCity'Coeeic:'l was.. The lirsr. barber "shopwas ed by Dr. C; H. Smith, thV .
of home with her when h-:;4*-secretary The Booster Club bedeviled by citizens who lived run' by'a 'Mr. Puckett and the first .electricity.- telephone and 1

moved here from Marion Couna. .was'started.September 20.'aDd. hi the"downtown' .area for. first"blacksmith was fe.1, MOT. 1nd or."Jlwnblq"ed by ::'
tys .She brought the. .preciooa:,on-November.-. thorArcsdia.Information ..them.to ,t>s>r. *' stuc*' .law lor San' Oscar TK 'Stanfordr rDr.} ;:. .
seeds, as'' .countless' pioneer *, OffietV. 109. ')Cast the''dt)'.The bone of contention JElam"s. Carlton 'were... -.first- Edww. a.'I.::: ,
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"'corner -of her apron' for safe* Rir'W.taon.<.. tmans&erf'jT.r JtlJ whoroomed: tho. rtreet*.about wt.o.Ira. the Kist doctor .wa*> tbe-'firstctM: :...<.nd_ the <.:.- .... .. ... '

... Q : at *rsou.eJr. :' secretary; ;. ;af''lUcJrt.uwEn her sadness and, 'Son>* >ay ,SraooC Johnson and tint Meth ..'Arcadia'. 'tracio. 'ftrVinlrkv'hasot '' -Tberaii.wear..' a.,:clear:: factory.oecasiic att .aeartag', : .the- wit saifre'} ': eayi OnEdwU ,Greens: fat a log.e.biaa'tago mites'north: --- -
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fore *t re5 UJVWUU) wer* sub, ,,) U' \ ..1. '''tsr*. There was no 'disdpUno"-*OetepUyed. r .

)ect V'; ftoods. burrtcaJMM' and ..n'.... -. .r >lIt -7-.. -.: __ .-: '". ,, :...:.... ',.af.on.) .", '" .ji .,: .. ..1ti.... ,... .. .'" -, _- r.. and, ifter firing''*!'' I
lndia raids" *o they did the jt '
mart 'tMmr. and circled' thehus ."interested 'la and to bear' .MtWoc;wt'o' do with -.U.. They put under the misfortune be the Fort end the Fort returning '.

'sireav'in' )Forts'sOl butH I,enough" 'away from :'be Sec-; ,w,to. axtaid: ':that the man at .'pUt under the eomotand of then tare'It wan:seen'tba tJSL .

on higb. pro*sad' aM Well. .proK cession argument t that'wa* then Seine woukt inark more cattle Major William .footman.. Can nothing would bo .accomplish-.
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sit 1 ": the tew.. ;theft PMT. wa printed In. Arcadia la'.f.1 boa to to put a atop to rderI raids 'the cattle .drew anted'"

.un .1 s sane.:-ot';.the- 1MOL, wire a .vetefssi of .the ,SpeeJtloC' always of' himself en -c tUe In the n.'n. Ogden to where were. ',! '
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'a tamHy'bait' ho arcs.not ablea Yankee were.. holed homeward ..
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tattler. ; Alabama .tatiee tommaadgoifciss. -* .
.,bt'. support theaw'ar.d go to the, and frank. vantage pmt Tbers wa plenty of corn' .
The e4'''br'' 'a'art: .leaned front He'. bad" no' thought ofInto ,
Point aMt,......... libetka volion. other'. going ...' Federal' ;. they ,took over. $000 head efcarUo.for but net Used stuff* except. some .t. 'j

... .. 'e" 0l1t, fa+ .taepe.Ialns+oLe sa.ON. Vaolugattagveeh. Hthouh. .' strong' Union army man' the Union armi'. ,'for Cap his. MO company***** had***! 'aJfeff provided .

Harbor, .... at sew lime a' .. and entered the. com Therewas a blockade. put onla MaJ. Footman. Utpreporodfor salt that was Ma private property .", "' .'

thriving cosam HUty. and ac- business. ,Charlotte' Harbor Refugees the task of taking Ft. My. Mat Footman,
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cording to ...... ofcrUanera la When the Civil War broke
would make raid In boat .had '
*, go era only on* artillery mad at hint for not dlstrfbuu .
one o( the oldest town In the out Tlmeaa, was a Captain wtih. *
to o man* house In the piece '
nighttime crocked. com rind beef ins; the salt promiscuously.. The a"
State. the nortda Volunteers, a* ., arrest him and carry hint for toed, ...... only ODe small Calnoaahatche river wa* .:. '
Some .historian contend that, Uo.tigh. be d dn't .petiew.ha.the '.. the vessel .. tale the. oath. skiff' ka frrry his men across '
halt milo andonly
lUrnando Deaoto, uam. the separation. of the State ,floss If ,he took' the oath and .. thobroad Cateosanatctteeriver."The swtwustngJag: a .._...
natural facilities .* Charlotte the Union. Qu 4ioc. fronv Pita one email. boat to ferry
tsarsa.at and It -w*. found '
'' cut attack wa anything tMjnoa ....,.** .
Harbor landed and forte up awtobtosjroplijr tfwti.a 'says: ke .........* oa a spy. A party --- Mccesorul. Ktporung It : '"
CapC Bocs.es had .
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livestock of the early& Spanish rosaes t ....... They ail.td ...-.. eves'-;L nouso ooo nl'ht. to cap- -may. bad. this 'to says crOMrrg If Hasan m to-tl prevent the entire 4&9"de. .
explorers that the wild hoc* a roan gas time to prepare %,,
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lust left and -oe the night of their onUcp day to ,aet '....... .Tho whole '
a4 riorMo cattle ar*> nuppoa., to! move ,ht Awdl Ho, was they. anttaMl catching ....- .Wd'attack H "
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ed to have 4I... cn.t dU arrsstoj ,and carried. off at -Capt. Pi '
knew.deep ever the .
That the fen at FX Oisd.-n once He .Art no cHoico. ho .bad *ttember.of the Lextstatureond entire wua no read or aaythmta, -e' ... ..
country._They m*<* a eat but __-and .
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wee used against tttdtan rMs via rlcfcts. At the beginning a W bad ;;
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area that r. C M. Aesgeea were Joateuo of anyone remainla once to-n A Meedo. which. they, ant aDd captured DYe goes
taro In 134 berwu be < at .nesno *.. they were ...... Mal- .Footman. .. hit Msny doeenCeata af Captain
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With the founding of the DeSoto National Bank, a progressive banking system' wds started>'; : 'f

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."5000(! Acre! ,Slice Of ,Manatee County! I Is. 'Named DeSoto'

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'County: was Cart-L r .-Bottndadtip1i"th'e{ pst: we ; ealt 'Jj-ja.! 1C .Wi..'.declared no .compete, ready for use: %nt Ds_ .i. ekbr.g led at th *pn)1s.t) te .

from the' 9.0OO square miles ftf. Lake Okeechobee:; Fort Basiin- clct; ,erast.. boto County on a suitable foundation last elections.; ,. < }it| as

Manatee County. March 19, gee and Klssimmce River. September' ,Sr. 1883 the Board to be furnished by us The four ne.J"cougttes "were
1887. after a convention met at North, two miles beyond Bowling advised the people to meet In'a In Arcadia: : four cells and one Charlotte. Glades Highlands

Pine Level the county seat to Green; West Pine Level convention and nomlnatctwoplacet ,corridor, each cell to be 7 feet and Ha! _. and,.DeSotok:;was

vote a on meeting division of of the the county.At State. and Castalla; Southwest, Grove 'fuiable( for n permanent wilier ,Alx-feet-suc-wcnes. : deep>> reduced .to 651; "square it}lies

Legislature April 1887. action City and Placlda; and South, \ cotinty teat ""The;" upon and-0: feet nigh. The corridor instead'of tb* nearly- .OOO:previously
was taken by that body confirming the Caloosahatchee. River and an election will be called and:to .be S ':feet wide and 28 feet state:I* 'Comm'lsalonzrs
the division.. The new Ctlchrlst. the matter decided..* Voder the long and said cell and corridorto at; the time of the division
county was called DeSoto First ef existing circumstances no election -0 be construcU-il; as per specification
Meeting CountyCemmlMleners
were: J. L, Townsend G.
after the Spanlil* explorer cf could be called, a*,the t u- herctfnto attached. .14
vrhtch'is:: 'a, of this: oroer.'*..Johnson: Ira Thompson James
that name and Pine Level the First meeting of County pervisor of Registration could partj( ,
old county seat of Manatee not. call 'In the registration' : You..re to complete the Carlton sad: C. E. McRae\. ,who
. County wa retained as county Commissioner of DeSoto County books ,from the several preclbctOeonwqueatly -- above Jail work ready for use ,was cha lrmari. 'f fAtter
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seat for DeSoto. were at Pine.Level.July 18( no. poll list by, May> S. 1883 ice which,*r they lort James
!. At that same meeting of the 1887. Members present weret coctd Tbe*obtained,;. agree' to nay1'you.orr-your arder" ( CH,(UM>..and. J. knd..
Legislature there were five H. G. Carlton, Peter Brown October 188$,. the,:Boord re- the sum. of Four thousandVfeithUn -'who}\. d, tn one"-of-tKe nawly
'I. other county divisions: Osceola T. C. Parker and S. T. Lang- soIve Lto,; caH. election to locate *-+d! and eight-five dollars created oountie- resigned tandJfft
.".. from' Brevard; Lee from Monroe ford. The comm1ulonenap. therJontr'in-ai; raphT succcs' .::I"" ...:.1:&"" ; "W 'Gt: "Wolb" **and V.' E. ](lattrttvere
Lake from Sumter; Orange approved: the bonds of B .C. sign As the law would"'pernWi,' _..nI7." and Brown'were : sppolnted. ,'1o-'tak. weir
from Pasco and Citrus Granger tax assessor; F. B. until a place was elected. Election awarded the contract for set- place. -
from Hernando. Hagan treasurer and Bud was held November 6. ung up the jdtl and W. V.
Manatee County at the time Clark (no title given but other 1888 and" Arcadia received a .Clarkwas!: awarded the brick
'. of IU creation 1n.8. extended records -ahow that at that time majority of vetes cast. and. iron work. It cttn,:be noted
.i., from the Oulf of Mexico to he<'was county surveyor). November. 1838 commission.' that a different set+ of DeSoto. is C I h1'X-iu
; Lake Okeechobee and embraced In August 1887 the comralsiuiiers ers ordered that the clerk .w County_ .Commissioners had, .
I; tract 9O mile In width approved the bonds of circuit court and' county Judge beeo ejected and' signed'the rogics _
from north to south.'The small O. II. XMshong. sheriff and C. and supervisor of ..te.btr"Uon.remove : .bow"dOC'UlftenU: R: C. Hen t
village of Manatee was fixedas W Carlton clerk Dr'circuit the records and furniture dry.; ',J Jl. "Durrance. W;J,'Altmav -"
f' the county seat,> but it was court. They appointed the following of their offices Arcadia : IT. A. Furgeson and David ;
not until 1810 that'the courthouse recording officers:. S. (from'' Pine Level). Mr. C. C. D. Mabon.
was erected and at that J. Carlton. F. M. Durrance, Pearce who bid $22 was given I erpratlen "
time, according "Memoirs of Frank Knight Wright Carlton the contract to move the contents Arcadia' was Incorporated Those Glowing Reports made
I' Florida. by Francis P. Flem R. E. Whldden, John J. Altman of the courthouse In Pine December V'11 sea;r Fort Ogden. Jby"our*astronauts the beads
ing. Manatee, County had a and Andrew Green. (The origlnal Level to Arcadia. lie undertook July- :30. Ian: Punta. GonU. 01 M.ht whack seam to dingto
i total population of 8S4. }In. it* oath taken by theoe.officers' "this mo-re i by ox cart. lie. -0Ct0a er. 18. tan; Wauchala.June orbiting apace capsule: -
; ftOOO square mOes.Manatee. are in a file at the office of being unable to cross Peace : 9,..Iggg; Aveer Park January will t>e ...... in. a lust *>ro-
Village'continued' as Clerk of Court. At this time River with his*team avbtet.blr, 5. IIS 'f. and. Zoilo. "tram conducted by Untveikity
I the county seat until people in the commissioners sub-divided contract to Little Bryan who tot sober 10 IlNH. of Coloraoo and U.s. WavyVhysi
I Fort Green Fort Olden and the county Into Justice of the conveyed the, county recordsto In. a .brochure adrertixing the .<.>au. The experts: believe
i other places said I the county ':Peace District. voting. precincts a building DeSoto Avenue n.ount.Y. in 1IMM Uw following iur giuw" IoaUMa. when mtolecu -
E seat was too far away and call;. and County Commissioners Die. where the Star. Tb *tre Uteri plug was given Arcadlar .ca ..uU *KHU are excited
ed fur a more centrally located tricts. Jubilee Districts and voting stood. County aflicera were' Among tne town 'along the by f( baUt "of aolar. ultravwblet
site. A meeting was< called precinct were Identical bnumbcr established on the second floor nor railroad. may be found riWlat1un. cosmic sayn.andlso' -
it April 7. 1844 ;al Long Oeear and territory. These and so remained Math the county Arcadia with a population+ *of ,ir winds, They bop:-to.obtain
... to name a eoramitti-e to locate district were Fort Green, Mart* built, is courthouse On the ,2.000. Win, the county. teat and a piciur* of air 'tJeira STWC.trutn .-
'I. a site for the new county' stuf,Coker, Pine Lewi. Char site where the. present courthouse ie near the center af.tnereun-> by firing m rocket, above
to eat and Pine-Level was choe lotto Harbor Grove City, FortOsrten. .' now' stands (old court- ty north and' ...attn. It has the altitude whom Ilion ph' en'-
en. It remained, the county' ....' .. Arcadia; baeklaPop b..rN c! three banks, .a..tr..wt/cenpehyf/ "ohien occurs and photograph,
'., of Manatee until DeSoto County ..... Fish-eating Creek. 'and In December !..*Abe hoard electric lights ace factory, telephones 'a large jroasie ctiaii e"- It *-n
r'. was CP.: teremif--Mi. Fort BMliver'Jn. .. '. '.rontracted "for" vajtlt foe. the ta--l. ........., .sewage, .a very.melt. .absti" latoryj In
;.- he.'r. .... of )3e4 otq .w'' .$-ftpt I ,ene..year.At'thattime. iMuedan...order. *.'.r4P* roMtatek.OOQ( la- dd U eo. tiva_'vburchesw aarftiract",allllWr"atoAera'imvrardnenU -Apple PoIiaMtic wrart: drip -
t votlagprtcioctswerav Mabate-r County.* pep DoSmo.County 'tq t..OOO.. ....... btYask-. you Ittodcnts wlteedle-'goad >mMrkaOO. ... #
r Rough and;aeM7. JUxVgr< 'Relarttsar ..tl.c t its*-schar. batkes..Whiidessee.. Drmi: ... h.,juiaUt, expect te HndO' *. town'of ". 'ht a tesetesri, t.tI] be ,.'
t, Creek :W.I4ro-t, 'CooIr'w.a vat ,. .......r funds j"". peravttf*** .k-rta| a'court bous-a.. five thousaadJ* -arlldu..t.aha-tJpWer.. I'
kTast/Joshua'prrek..andV, *'.nxnt>, eftbecwo. : ,'.,-"---- of"",t,C. ',-*,.f..., .--...... 0... New. Court .Heeee->Cells .stir of "NI leblpaa.r; ff r:1, :ll.:. -'
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?f .pre-W".. ** -*.mtr"'N Joint ;";-.r$ R. Rsad1orr '.-t12-: prvttytrc -.eas get,
Dated. ',' Town-tend wavaward*. 'sows -'fktrf .. r'17se7.ider..l ,r, -> Thl J ogre*one at.':snada .aatt.n .. w IAT\leeathan..twenty ,>yea>rasOtaav tment irwm.Zth anew$;..
tf I ed tk. coAtracr' .(..betiOing. theroult ;.fluteta.e....::....w 1a-'e! .se-s->.l.tnthis. >>t mWU. ,seta .tbei ftsaV BpMci.Kauae..!MIC&..eAlno"senate,whM .s>*> .
It louse'afsPme Level. !'and,I Ales, too:o.c. : beep,.,et'Do.eaabse A.D..t189d.by glad'tf pe* >b-a-at..Arra l la .lead. sown,.Uve- years.aeYotsbadl Prpp-hriy- ', t
t I'r; the .peclf1 aUen-i. Mates. ; ;lM 'Mom .-Pat- ...as....,..,.08"j-1,...............,... a..a-. Col.. a t.. aucfc n rate, a. to make It used n will .e.cn-atu. ienl to' '
weed-w follows:: ,20-1.ert ,bel' i17afoeahdmet'.trk tar putT 01 tne first pert necessary far a sesanj building speoky Spanish fluently In| 'r -0'i log house; :'N""itertng 'tf.l-grams' +" and'Marion Cr CarlteM, B. ..r..r .. to be. eraetad. This time, the than no tears; the .
squaferjln thevteeveif.. 'l a tsotrrltiaAe: .. baptntr, '\" "'" ..,-,..'-: *IM.ba-aa,. P%.>. Brown.. a.,7. boarel dtdnt- ptocir. 'peoniea.Tney la broke down i into a soles
". sIne *wltn send > ) o--bi.I.... .'"'''', C ....__ .. ...... A. Park-**.. -L.: 1L and aSUott: and need Jog steps then aequencedt In v
per a\,.rauslr 'J W. and Parker,'centrsctors: 'and ordeeof difficulty S nta
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i R [ ID I .. budfosrpasowU' ttq'tboildIng'that"-hair.! .. the. acquire a *"Spamist"(( ear:- ani ,
: ..: w t0' t ......secoed ysr't.' :'AemAjty.To wry. ar-M-tr&l at to vocattae.teertXirifetM ; U-
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T-7; DeSad Zand muUrUh UAMt-
or' cypress boards and floored Parker, and s. T. Langford.D State,:of Fk*Ida.- *"'"!e&nikatsda.f0t.a'' ar -,thto' time terns end'buikf'arocttbuWy
With planks or hewed punch-" .- D. Granger. tam-..w...., Thaarusient was aign-Mf"Kj!/ ';-.4 '. Js" WMgatejeaeatr T L=W: *.: ..,.- > rt
'. eon ...... .One done 0<. ''W1. /c.1ro Wl"C 'W':'' ,*MACTiBtIA "''"c1f.oba: k-I nil
._ I aide and two windows in thefend F. DHe..... ...,_..; server" < Band, and< me eeiglnar J<:.''Jt:' .ad e.-itift 2 e.ea.. ''1ltafougii.bwrpais _-.w-o.-nd}'
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opposite the Jury ,'roam. oat Bud Clark; anertff. Ov H. pIaaa.et1'tIoIu'. for.taM .!3' .D1 V WOw CeeaMeHec + 'u.Ipm.of'wIMd'. :: ,"t stoVed
h All the does and window? ;ta DM>engr<*erHf-rr u*%. e.u.Er.. ...M,__ldte.' are an Ola., }if einicoBrtwrn cold by a floor .n.u..Cba' .par. .
+f .be cased and fared with shutter --C.' .W.' Carllon: .Juslic ., Ifc. *- the- ....> e-ffleev Records.show to list' yearJXJS'and tntocta that trmf ,.rep- eta ;Na- .
I. ,I ... The, house" to be furnish pence,J. B. Thomas and A. F.. that the building tom lttcWMsapt ".'',ISM.. ngitatie was oeguit byfW use+al Cylinder Gas Chlcigo.TD .
fed with saw table. tag to" U...'" 3.81antyu -> .4 'the'eowapleteds."Juse : eoufj 'residents. of butlytng aree-f < 'ofq.macIi NCO -steytl* r.
1.. foMa. .3. I8*..v SNaialso reio. for .. division ,of D.S 1e Couw i. .Irea-JC: ..... generally 12 ||et _
-. beseka.e, ; + I- .trastjy "at fir; .h4,.that '.*.f:1 Vi ."' -Ihid'selieraS'eoun. lung aarf as Wide a*. the orW .
If" t1s..ludt.. .,..,..,...., .. .eslstr.-. ,-tlTlron g-.a-.hac. and Uw_el>' ri ..- tks. DeSMMUUdl an acreage rida' -11'7.'Canvy) atr t'ihe-i
. ,.. -TtMsr. in September. 184, the. .hums and ree.rdinevol. ,ers i, betweigtag to D0.tOunt. '' ...( ...,.a.1M.. *>.., -..Ba<. over a shallow pan..-ata i1nC
cowr n us ra t cenovate-4. ..and.aiWtiieoia am;Matad htewlaasla.6..0w. that were at Pine L.wl.u. f h.oi Gar d >W-rarnula 'and A.-1hislofectant.easked sposkgs.TTirinnj .
imiBxTtee.. .. rouetb. ..se .. Aetta-MatAeT N_... assayed .e Arn *Ua< tnw,April Zeller 'were *'. *-. rUjvglto a "pult .. sham ratwi ttti in ,forte -
J t .."wise olac-Kt vn'" t-netee Inch-pine. .,. .... 18x9.Khlddew bet- ""Snt-T-'tne air sons. '.hwevywRn tt" germicidal solution threugn
._ 'biers*: a>hallesrwas bull t. .} July ;4. 1ss..... W. .De.e.t* c-: .*" :Jell CoxtraetI awusstions. bitterness antftlvklry. the cover redmUng the beset cal -
'CONMC" and mn additional renenconstrvcted WIt Parker. N. Parker. and I < Let ten count bO'.t least 7O per tint.
a.rortft.aivtrr.thedlmetMions W;' .aV .....*:-.*>*i>.. bowl ta,. ThebwlWUng. e4"a JU was. k 1fceWai cb ilsj Ad....... wader We" he_" ea-a. :
.f tn-r ',,eetgtaalH I nfnty.. ) c-anunlsstonem 'f.r> U e i fir-it. mnsHitrnt In IUa. PUasajr r X-anvar CooU iby. was force A TELESCOPE" : baa e Mn p i Mtf
building KMrm a, oV-uMe pen coin...l..n ef a court, hnusieto > t+ cafe Jyry two at, Ari1d1a, M .were nrvtte-tl,'far a last U>. her, primary eto* held Jt-ne 8, .* Pvaneylvanlai fe>.r* I so: anal< the gloats. aJM;Vk jjteisp cost not:sJ! ...; built ., bricks With'sseei" e-..Ba.:Iftttt theTevTwh' .lm!*.g nvajorIty new> lantiate-ry. e-A Mount
e>K<.d .wilhlocka. t arwties:( PROVIDED elected'aufflrient to contain X9' persona. -, .to faver e-t the c-MMUy dl- John .in Kew z....... Tb. ,l.-
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t alee werw ,Jshn Letter WfcidJatktH --etlered' *. acres .f' Istxl... pe->. +.. .......111\<<. fat sam. bu4diat.., N.....,.. April 2 rd. int.t ** Flower Observatory
,i glen. aher.> QUaietx fltrM 'WkIecI ,. .. tt8t"b.tW .. =: The recar-as silos; that tner the Board of Pirn mission ers te Upper Darby ... The'!bb.esrvatsry -
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f 14 Ant.R t tAt ;r. .... ,. ,..% : 'prerile'-s. JNottsie"1"' ...VtWnillerrtagr' H.U Marvin I IpanfX c.-. ,. ) eC DwSoto weIIaWIi war dogsled by e ........ a..s-
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It was the year 1014. War ford. Taking part in the pro-

drum were beginning to be gram were Miss. Percy Folks .,.

sounded In Germany. England Mrs. T. D. King RevV. D. iTurnl

and France were writing treaties y. J. W. Durton Mrs :.

and -tearing..them up in D. \Y. McSwain. C. II Chollar j 1"

quick succession. All over the Mr. J. N. HolUngiwurth and

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In America l men scanned the Club
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headlines for war new, won- year book and from the nice .

tdering what effect it might of the DeSoto County News a i v
have On business' rind '
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9 In DeSoto great, big. entertained,b7,JoIn. It. C. Cui.I I ,
.. :. r. FU= PASSENgER; TRAIN:- '(Old ,Many of tits men were. armeel ,with sprawling DoSoto.;Countjrt .was ton on Wednesday; Secretary 1

!-.' ... '. 'photo curtesy/'Peeplea of fuijta Cor !'pistols-:'and-rifles. Some' of 'the (.men trying: toW bold ;.Jta. own with.' of the club read 'a ."' very ,Interesting

VIP .;. da) '. Tlte' 'fftrst fulty exjvupped tram _10 whir had...J>een, drinking a' little too Punta Oorda ands: ,Wauehula ,letter Irvin 'Mrs Down*' :
a Which made from BaTtow hrough 4.. much kept most of the. ')n poliucal knife overt
trip : passengers holding the Ing, a former member. wh>. .
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reside in Mr
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-t of .1886T Note in. ''which their. firearms "\
Spting wood-burnlng. they discharged; : borders.
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Rhode .Island. 4..tO.engtnt!,.. narrcrysrguage' According to .some "
,....; .- and day-coaches with no vestibules. .thicks" the sights were great when In-Arcadia: oar"of the, rllys" \ Woman's on Club a meeting held at ot 'M the .

.''TTh.. first passenger train'that the fttgtne'would ,stop suddenly I and I 1 most _U-k Own' ladies'w., .r. Opera House last Saturday .

r-- came: to Arcadia consisted of flat.caste throw the ,women passengers back-_ trying to give the. city a Cultural pjn." 9.
The passengers sat on- wboderi boxes. wrrda oU their crude: seats.. \ atmosphere with a broader A
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. Mrs, Hugh Jones. \f". ,1. A.Oranbftr .
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I ; 'Pieneer Gives Umi For Chb" --. _r and Mrs. CL H. 'Mitchell. were Mrs. Carlton I aatlated by
=- : : .:: : ;, )p. : among the ladles, 'who-decided. Mrs. Fairbanks served 'delicious .
: ,,' -- a 'Literary Club wa*' needed' refreshments. The neat

.. -. The' late"ChaTrk: *-'W. Hagan. hit place' -. always] ,out ecpcciaQy and proceeded to organize one. meeting will be held with Mr*.
J. I E.! Oottld December X at
: ,". plo Nr resident.. wa*'the. marl, And to show. their-appreciation when there** --a barbecue cr There had been. a Literary a-a0 pm.
a tier 1Qd hef Pine; Le,'vel. Cjvlc) the .'adJe.MId shear hu- flan fry or some mooey-raltlng. Club organized in the early I ..
bands have hwht. )ua about arneme' fn progrea Everyone '00Os and knowir. the Fort- In celebrating their Both anniversary -
\Club back,when 1t was orfc;.n. every. .type'o-bon. />.icj....-...ajw y*. ...... a' good JIM and nightly. Uterary''Club, A clip the LJterary Club
.. -. iMd.t Along with his. neighbors., 'a1na n' in t fhe 'crub hotwe_an. Hub mcinbereere. > adding up."tHng- io:.' : .. MrJtMIagaai rtaHie **; Uae need .anH", ort..el fort to pay.terthetv ..*U e' pennies. for' *'l&r> final. dated aep..bftJ. V. l Omkote .<, : and ih-lr fall yearbook
ot a-cerBmorrtJommunltyV mneet'T. < >bult4Lng.o payoff.- .Mrs. Jesse B : ." JtItatdoosc to-.t 'public'.are" rtld>ndr tOI ....... A. D. W US" the club.
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in Arcadia dates backto trailer parks where' ever they
...',f, January 18. 1883 when the want to stop but many of .
F .. AM] Mason, then headquartered them still 'take advantage ot
In Pine Level received the Trailer Park facilities built
their charter. J. D. Hay- for them and their trade'bythe
good was named "Worshipful City of Arcadia. ., ->.
Matter and the rollcall of Back in March. 1912 the
.barter member included Enterprise carried a notice: :'
sore: of the oldest pioneer "To The Farmer's Union of
name- of the area. DeSoto County and under-thl '
Another oldie the. Lion' head was & note to remind,/
I. sprang( into being .In> the early members to "be, sure to send i
l :.O'* and their .cUvltle.cdur- your representatives to the
i ing these year embrace such: county meeting .In Wauchula.: ;
headline as "Lion Club Investigates Later In June 7. 1912, the

Flying Club"Llon:. County Fanner's Educational J
Club Survey Area Trade" ..... and Co-Op' Union was:organIced. -. t
end "Lien's Club Decorates Captain C. Orr of Browu-
>en .ChaulauquaV' They were vllje\ was named County.*Organizer 'l
( Fair-made. -D.ltutln, January 53' the fore-runners of, and had ;-C; S. Bushneir'wa
a hand in activating, the Wau- named president and A. D.
chula Lions Club. Members are Johnson appointed secretary
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Tae: prevent; eSoto County President Abner Ertckaon reported need the continued wholehearted still very active' in entertainingtheir treasurer.Out -
share of all civic bet of these many effort,
Fair Association began It's organizational that a first class carnl-- support of all the people terment activities. to organize the farmers of the

structure. back in val had been secured: for the 'In the county. Many who The Tourist Club comprisedof area came the DeSoto .County
: thefal! and winter of 1933.under Fair' and that everything wouldbe were against that first well-or and for winter visitors .Is Farm Bureau which was of-',
sponsorship of the Farm In readiness for' the grand ganized fair opening In Janu still very active: I entertaining Tidally chartered in '1949. :
opening on January ,11th. ary. J9M., 'remembered the the many annual visitors who In 1942 the 'Arcadia Jurdor-
Bureau and It was announced' lie however voiced an appeal many time such an organization com back"each: year-and call Woman's Club, was organized''
In the December 31. 1953 .Issue for 'more people to buy had 'been tried operateda Arcadia their "leCOndhome.. and Margaret Murphy was
of The Arcadian' which : while then failed for some The city and county has elected as the first president.
heady the 'Information: :sloes reason or other. gone all out to make these visitors In 194*....ta the All .Florida
KOs 'AND oHOUNDS ".Ir" was coined. Evidently Back In the file of the old"Enterprise" I welcome and their plans Saddle Club was formed to
DEINa.1U. !ADJI'.f'%>=J'Ot 'FAIR people of DeSoto County. responded Feb. 2. 1912. for the future call for further work along In conjunction: with,
OPENING 'H :RB JANUARY for in the treasurer's there la a story of a meeting extension of facilities to make the All-Florida Championship -
II.". with a subheadLocal: report by 'W. A. Channel In at the court house In January the tourtst welcome. Rodeo. These horsemen and
People Urged to Buy Share November 19. before the fair where a-group of civic-minded 'Perhaps the forerunner of horsewomen perform brilliantly *
In -Fair' had opened they had on hand men met. adopted a constitution the Club was the original Tin 'on horseback at the Rodeo
At an aatoelatlon meeting at ,1"ITJ.s. Estimated ''Income elected officers and arranged Can Tourist Club back when their speciality being their well
the Elk Club number of the from ''the fair was 910400. 'to:sell... capital stock In this was headquarters for the' known. Quadrille.' .
fair movement hear John In 1955 Auditor W> P. Rob- a Fair Oreanll. on. winter tourist who travelled, In all. Arcadia ,and ,DeSoto
Christ chairman of th. build erts. Jr.. showed receipts of The constitution provided for |'n cars, lived in tents and ate has seen many new club aDd:
Ing committee, report that the' .''', S7CO with disbursements the sate of 100 snares At $10 out of tin cans. In 1928 there organizations formed and kept
old city dumping: grounds on going out"at 13.3"0., leavinga per share and a fair was, were over 600 carloads: here atone alive by the activity: of civic
South tlrevard Street .hid been bank balance of $4,268.05 a* planned for the next winter. annual convention. minded men and women, but
cleared and four nw buildings of Feb., 1951.in Ed Scott. W. F. Martin and> Today. the tin can tourist each and everyone is .. .bitof.
i on the lots were nurlng. com lair today I It still a big T. J. Appieyard. Jr.* was ap. ride expandable three-bed local history to be filed vra
plctloo. event la DeSoto County and (Continued. page 14-A) J'OCIft.t..Ufl', have all the.mo-;, memory' archive .

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Inc.. begun In the early were practically orderedby seats from the high' J'sctldet' *:out'or hock to a; Cfeorgts the late Ed Welles and"ipon.sored .
.. part of 1952 by two Arcadia K Post to come up with a bleachers were? borrowed sheriff. Lovick Holttendorff. at by the local NAtJonal
V$... businessmen aa a non-profit money-making idea to help pay and finally the late Zeb Parker DeSoto National Dank put up Guard unit. It was spurkMtred,
corporation, and stock sold to for the new Legion Home. They offered to furnish and feed the cash. and the rodeo was next' by State Guard unit and
businessmen farmer and cat asked permission to stage a the stock. back in business. And what abuslnesal later It was personally ipon
\\t.. tlerneo of the area, is actually statewide rodeo, which was The "San Angelo" Jack The K Post cleared sored by. Welle until .he died
y an outgrowth of the early 1929rJorida granted but that,was all. There Hughes, formerly with Miller a handsome profit after all &In 1930.
A Championship Rodeo wasnt a dime in the kitty. they, Brothers 101 Ranch Shows and debts were paid and right then Thus again Irv 19S1 L. R.
Jt staged by the ,'\merlcan didnt know any professional Buffalo BUI Show was brought .and there decided that All. Morgan and C. C. Ada..... Ih*
Legion K Post and has been cowboys>> ,. they had no arena In aa arena director. It also Florida Rodeo was here to stay two Arcadia businessmen
c,: staged almost) continually since 'no stock no pens In fact. helped that he was a former The next year and In 1931: turned! their attention to rvlvlnn -
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;ltf since the K Post gave it up in, and of course At the last minute emergencies always bigger and better Out run annually and It .la hoped
2931. time. Lumber and naDa were; arose and money was needed the depression was on and the will continue' ) to run. In Ar-
That first rodeo was e dlUy.i. bought on credit labor was In a hurry to bail Hughes project was abandoned until cadla.1964qFJCJALS .,

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I He collected '.
LeveL
In offica at Pin
tends ,
(Mix .VarnaHalf money: .
interview with much of the tax <

this interesting In Spanish COld coin and carried 'I j
ed"nat.iYe pion-.
saddlebags.
highly in
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Is soon tocelebrate "!
who UaVeJl rith. cowboys .
it.'i' woroaA. Ue had VIL;
bar 96th arini.ersiegjOn colparteaurs and traveling .

April lAtb this year. Mrs'Dtcurning missionaries as protection
,' panthers,
iJohaaan Jones wid. against Indians

*John. "I-**" doses. -tba wolvesand bears.- ,
I owof seen
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;' opttit paiws'aifi. ..asti.a'tit : :: ) pate rtrss.''?celped and ,a man Was. Completed In 18$9 : .
tergd.-as .fa Courthouse
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tapiie.'atid Mn.ramxrkabljr "
.:. ..,jkall7t.r when an..Jndian Chiefs xjuaVtried r'Indians "

;t.Tbtte+a area keenmindedperson. will-. -to. scalp my: ,mother. High I Florida Freezes 'Nocatee 1

,. y preasryead.a aALl waterarov6- the Indians out Say ; :
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chang of the j
whether'thbngshave: "'
to and -U1ree.of them'
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,was a- girl
"e4,much sine she sol! when I.was about. 10 years: old. Are' Rare .. .. .' .
should say: I But .
she .:said.1 made starch>) out or a .

'When:}.waa,bora on Is now Pine'Arcadta is*. came Tha squaws to our house to-trade" Elacent axperienca. of Flor- Me ans WhatIs I It." i j (
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4 was 'no' Arcadia.The" ; ." starch for potaloeak 1"!"1 tartne -citrus mnan : ;. 't Jlid.ate.
there took .
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were. --hungry Bother ., U get of0slitath' .. -
railroad;:.su4. ,not .com*_ ahaneeded the'f.ct W itlf d h'"M the' .qsl rimy
'. starch .from two and.said; 'cold In OeSoto CoUnty -. 1}; ttobasds 814'holy' .. .t.t11N' 3
u 4dtstfat;Did twr. 'ott O&den I st'Iawake ..crippling tivJstd ''tda.ri :'he'' wW .. .
..: 'at' hat "' t6M=t;1n .tags ac.;....; 'J\lr?vac-elightingtztb. : .....,wel1 aa alsewhera in.theState ,tft ,atlh, # Folk re, ..! did iN1l\lorJ i that'b4 '

.. 4 tPbQ; abe, wpelaindKa But; clanctng,bad over ...Wdk-V.. % s ""t.rr'O t.Aar 04w ,b : :(awi .. ', 1 3. ';'. .,: 1 1.Atft'

t t1QattelA. --tht'tn npe's* acres.: recorded'tsarihi'pest .t *Wk bw ? -
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'.s b..:.,other..nawni'':were sq.. that though rom.grow" ."What la !:1" And he ..1tft'1bI I Ivy... Tit* p. .
/ : \!.. tIi'bJ. pti.seover..their- goodtreat* tact _., 'aa,. earning ttratn 1) about 191S.; .y
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'.. IIIIII: SaiEa Squaw) ..wfelUMaiber TloT'iUta growing I!uttt |M two and tha
:> TUtr\ length from ...n8e"u.e
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.. = ._ .. .i. may In the are .. i peasant liapUst '. -
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,.' : r -/0 vlwr .. .aannerous lo entuna- nroaand banin ... "bered t aja.: I otsittpteam. *' sweat building was Construct ,'
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na.DaSoto fiE..:at xBrewar_sister+ ) w' and she tan.dcr .\ea." ,A- A : 10--.1dee' TMilMinc
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..-":" Lever was ,the .attar Whidden. aD dihrwttttiht and many were IN built in Nocatea about J. ,
r/ county. ,WhM was .
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,try.'z .tidtLlts.l3] dlitt "'1h4I"1", dd.n."p 'all-tea'hWd" in'r.at 8DO,. 'storm that'ellte Md>vac .Jerry Carlum. two roe' the 11 t li. | t1TTpr.aeCed: thllton& Carl. ,

- f .' 1 seftt ectlaa.. Kt.latli.r! rii.r portions'4X thJ pee-, Daat K Carlton who bfhe: railroad. .
Wire.,.. tIM ) Itha? naor. ana "of brother of If. T.
s'Ztb. .t a'elder'
:_ rw.JoIurB..p'e..Ad; long after 1-'tkem, last In* o ;
's t prgtiatlh1i-jw.a Ui.. SeoAto'her 'ICC s synatritt pvtncd; "ana was aa'' waV:: wounded werethe r'arUod.\ ..oo/r'tfyin reaioents rWUade. \
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. T nt: dcriueee:"'bluff \ .. two a baavyfrost pioneer rice. corn, potatota er.ek. "' a' '
p'rosn&a aiM on April cattle kuajttad fame on the "
'' nd sn, oUMr r .- and ; O. Welles
Mc U veg.tatboe truck tauarne
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a Vtr.i : Noca. J
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of'town.
QUO .They. %H. raised ,Iar..rau: *' ''TAr'nrst.reettr+ars. were! set out around .i mill cm the east side twtoa l,
.. want burt>*J out '
-to tram a to1* eblldnq"an all.Hanel. .,DC elly fd; 4e.. I......ngjt'of Feb. _th ir npmes _b1chi..d"'.a4'WU pMw milt '. aet up ainisn :.
them JtteT
ask ma.te'nprwe 1OV the; avrrcury' htala"rownd.. and 'Ut.
daa.'i .r I .and Cat atl an that site .
.: aradoalla lyttesor. aMva .. .: he rmiUoedl white
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dropping I aranaaa
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I I An outgrowth of this 107I old ;proved.:' Plans were made to It war In December, 192 thata In First City. GrowthProof { _

?. Commercial Club Js 'the Ar* locate the club, on the Brown- croup of Arcadia business

cadla Gall and Country Club, yUle Road near the city limits.
........ women decided to organize
,;; and originator of the move- Permanent "officers electedfor into a Business and Professional
.,. i mint to give the city: 'such "a the group were A. C. Polk, Women's 'Club.; After lot- that real estate is one DeSoto County" Col. John
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't "club was Mr A. C. Polk. Sr. president; Dr. J. A. Simmons of the basic wealths can be Burton, and "What We, Have
of
preliminary work the
"In a meeting of the Commercial vice president; Amos Wa,.. secretary croup seen in tracing the brief history Done In Lee County" By J.
'" Club at the Gordon Hotel and T. H. Jones treas some .31 strong, met with Mrs. of that business In the D. Lynn.
Friday, October 8, 1920. Mt. Ada Rlpperberger director
I : of city's first years cf grov.-th.
., .. Polk was named president protern'of urer.How well.the new club was District T, In Sebrlng...and Mrs.' In The menu for the event was
.. .,. I'; the screamer headlines AprilS listed In humorous jargon and
",;.. new movement and'committee organized( and carried. out is at Edith VanderSchouW
'grt, : 8' to work with him tested to by the neat'clubhouseand" pres.Jden'ot the local paper announced: featured such: delicacies (?) as
'. was".named by Captain Rupert the 'well kept 9-hoIe olf''eoui. the'Sebrlnk Club, and proceeded "Big Banquet of DeSolo Real "Coon Prairie Razor hack PI-
;. .:' Smith a*' follow; J,..I*. Jones, .. at the site on ..berowrrYtll. 'with diet task-of organization Estate Exchange at DeSoto Ho-t quante ce lerre. Curbstone salad -
E.J"..'> rreadweu" B...F, WeHesv Road first:designate *. tel" and in a large sub-head Home-seekers Pie >BankRolls
T. W. Parson and Dr. J, A. ed. further states "Many" Good Booster Cake, Grapefruit'
Sinn mono.it. Miss' Ruth Stotesbury was selected Speakers Bring the District Oranges and Tampa Clear
Y At another meeting of the' as chairman pro-tern Dealers Closer Together and E. F. Wyatt. proprietor of the

,:; new group July 7..1IJ22, application and Miss Verna Holt a* secretary. Cause All to'Look forward to DeSoto Hotel was complimented -
tqr'charter was decided The meeting held Better Things" on his sense 01' humor as
was
'S. upon, and solicitations for the "The: greatest business-social: well as his excelent ,cuisine.
ale of stock In the project ap- on Tuesday, December 4th ....ent"of the year was the big Today 91 years laterthe
II. !, and was a dinner affair at the ''banquet for the members- DeSoto Real Estate Board is

;' >" lrf,Sunnlland Hotel. the DeSoto County Real Estate' 'still a lively vital'organization.Whortey .
Exchange held at the DeSoto Whidden IM president:
% Rupert, .Smith's,7i;' When the organization for, 'Hotel lost Triday night.
realities were completed a The program Included the

: croup of women were then following speakers: "Address Of
KFriide: \ elected to' head the new club. Welcome,* by T. J AppleyardV' Cattlemen
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They were President. Mary Jr.. president."The StrangerWithin
of.:Area Moye Gwynn vice president. Our Gates:* R. S.
Ruth McElya; recording secretary 'Klngf: "Pioneer Prairie Development Regroup And; '
) .; Alice Daniel: ,** E. A. Thomas; toastmaster ;
!:, .. 'i.Like a call to arms Is the an* corresponding -
nouncenaent carried in the De- jl "secretary: : Ruth Stotes- II. C. Burton: -"Heal .
,, Estate Etn'cs." EJ r. Childers SCCOTKC: 'vii"l.l
: Solo .News. November 7' 1010. bury and 'treasurer, Beetle ; *
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V" Sore. 'There 31 "Good Roads Ed Scott: -
and the 'sounds of buglesW are. were charter.
"' "apparent In the notice, it .Is members, "Board of Trade, Past. Presmt.suture At this insistence of Ed
pertinent to quote In its entire"Pursuant k .*".J. L. Jones( ; "Our' English Wet tnd Mocker Parker. theCattlemen's" ,
f .' sty: Recently the local 'club rele- Cou ln>." R. M. Locket Asrociationwvhichhad" '
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.., 'to the call of Rupert -' braUa"National Builness"Wom "Our Grspefrulf Industry.. been iwai:owed up during !
Smith O, T; Stoncbreak -4 &4 en's Week with many' radio' B Roberts; Ovr: Clvie Improvement the depression! years answered
.,. *cr. Sam S. DarrOft'.nd Ed DaVis t 'iwidki! tun broadcasts, speeches, luncheonsand Association." R. 'r.. trio rail to re-grouping slid on
the surviving 'members of programs and as a part of ClIne; "Du: :" of Business Men1 Friday. March list, 103.4 met
rye':: ,Company K will banquet at the National Business) and Pro- to Aid Real 'Estate Progress..* and elected jLhe. following otU
fesfonal Women's1, organization;. C. H. Mitchell; "Board of Trade eerti ...
evening saluted' business 'and professional City Council 'and Real Estate: President Ed Welles,. vice
perpetuate an organisation to women everywhere. Mrs. Exchange," Dr. D. G.; Barnett; president. Hooker Parker: sec
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":..:.. -y meet on this date every year Marilyn Boone Is president of "The Best Yield from the Best retary-treasurer. B F. .Welles.
the local club.- Acre In DeSoto County T. KYielder Jr. Th Board of Director
were
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Company survive Alt members ". ; "The Newspaper As a J. D. Crowley ),I. G. CaDUD....
of the Company 'are 'invited The BPWC. has a national B oa.er.T.. B. Hartig. editor; and George Stoaebreaker. J. D.K.1.7 .
: and expected to attend e,7 total oi 170.00O .memb n. The "Relation Between Real Estate waa named by the- group ;
"s '. .. Some of the name and addresses organization'' 'encourages business Men and Lawyers: J. H. to represent them at th<<>State !
have been lost and'.pie ]and professional women TreadwelT: "The Merchant As Cattlemen's Association > held I
f roster is Incomplete."Old r td'amp the challenge of continuing a Booster." C. Y. Crawford;"A later that year.
Company K Is the' I education to fill woman 'Good Word from the Merchant Today the Cattlemen's Association J

:.' pride of DeSoto County and -puwe"' need In ,teaching ," S. Rosin "The Press is a vital factor tn the
It. Is, fitting that some mean ARCADIA GOLF COURSE p.MoaJcal.clencH.. health* social -- As a Factor: In Real Estate" economy and business In De t
are taken that it's memory: may and community men.c.. 3. A. McBride;.-Rft )DM from Soto County. i

Ie perpe-tua'N anca IlaDdacl !
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.. '. That the call was heeded bConiimnjr / ,
K memuera ea H** i it
seen by reading tfie next Is*. :
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sue of the paper dated. Nov ,
14. 1919 'Under the heading of

American Legion Notes that.
lilt C. C. Jones as Post Commander '
R' and George Stoma

breaker. U. CommanderThe
group found U necessary
... to appoint a committee to area
new quarter Membership. approximately
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The.ttrst convention and reunion WWI*
was'!MId In Tampa, June 7
'. 1930. BJMT {attending from Ar.
;;,radii"were' Revel Platt. Jt4t1''

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George gtonebreaker. L. K.Morganv rr
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Treadwell. J. 11. Klnsey...Peter,
)Cheer, Rupert Smith. II. J.lIlalliMgswertN. .
ttnIlE.'Claudd; c.-.J: +
J. H. W) 4pw
-. SIWeiles. rd Davis and .
,, Mitchell. Claude C. Jones;
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'Posscltcs"' Arcadia Garden Club was organized area, into a small lovely parkin .>' e late Uncle Jim 1I011ln,.- Shoot 'YankeesFederal y

in 1937. but it was not Rio Vista Another was the worth. Aa a member of the .
troops stationed at :
An auxiliary to the Sheriff until 1939 that it was feder- sunken garden back of tea c.ty; council in 190O he con- I
Punta Raa and Ft. Myer? w
v je organization came into ated. The club was begun by a local Methodist Church. .-rived the idea of placing #
April 22. 1992. with ap- burins the Civil War raided 1
I e: :ig xtmately 22 charter mem- group of ladies interested in From an old clipping bearinga benches under the trees" as a the..entire DeSoto County ands!i.
horticulture and beautification city gathering: place. Peace River Valley area repeatedly -:; if"
., Since the organization a Feb. 5, 1938 dateline, local .
"I ;cite DrllJ! Team, composed of their homes and their city. citizens were Inf rm.t: "NEW Tba old tree Is still standing fr cattle, by then at'l ?C t
."t 2 t>rls on horseback, dress. Many of the women were members rowing and prosperous bus- ;
TREE OF KNOWLEDGE IS c<.LipUte with beaches "
.' vc-tern style has been ines The people ot Peace River 4. :
of the Woman's. Club PLANTED AT ARCADIA. and Is favorite.lace for ::
:r if and has already taken a Valley didnt like It *o 6'4.
p in a half dozen out-of. beautification committee who and thestory went on to say: oldtiners: in th a sum'..er. retaliated by organizing the ...!' I

.: '. perfonnanee. wanted even a wider scope ",rcadia'. new "tree of knowledge CATTLE GUARD WATTA-1,; I :
:arter members are: Betty for their talents for civic improvements ." a 1 10-year-old oak. Through >ha jejr tho Garden LaoN. consisting of nine companies ;
Club has bhed: Charles* :
!? Asian t secretary; Jessie ac o.n under Colonel J
1 ,,'t U1. Jerry Brannon Adele was planted today to replacethe much in DeSolo Cojiy ... Aiunnerlyn. to protect: their. 4 d'

l n, treas., Delores Brown, All of the names of the old tree which was cut They have eitablUhcJ A r..al- livestock\ :
Dell DeLoach. .Jackie down last week after :
= charter members unavailable braving
were i
side area with picnic tables: and;; This cavalry group wa composed -*
Di:ican, Jeanette Foley., pre-s; but from old records the the storms of half a century to barbecue facilities bstweea of residents of Southwest -' .:
B ic: y Crady. Lilly Hay .Caroliingston. of Mrs.\ Della Robertson. and stationed .,
names act as a gathering resting Florida' who were
Fort Ogden and Nocalee, whichis
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Shirley Kelley. Ora
Mrs. R. E. Watkins and near their home a* a .
place' and the political plat-
maintained the
now by .46
Dianne .
Lee Layton. Montgomery Mr Ed Wallace unit. They ....
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were repeatedly sort of home guard
,Linda Manafield. Sue'Mills,* form of the community. The recently State Road Department, et blifbed :
mentioned In news storiesof wore the CSA uniform. had a,
Carolyn Mon rief.. Mae Murray formed Garden Club a Newton Park across
the club's efforts at city license: to shout Yankee, and';
from Memorial School .beautified !
Odell :
Jeanne
I, Norton beautlf lea t tons branch of the Arcadia Wom yet got to be home several\
Saudi SuWv.n.Twl. Fair CrvunoXaoma of
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Stephen Delia
an's was-in.charge of the out ,of the. week.
.Club. night
... Gina Twin. Sandra One -of the".tint :.projects'of the colas plat norm palma ,still
I. \\ellei..vice] president,'and.UnCarlton. the club was to- change a planting. The new*.tree, donated standing: beauufteatiaa. of One'' encounter' of the Cat--
; da weed and palmetto infested by A., J.. Dunham, had ground around Arcadia 4 General tie(Guard tUattaliorr' e. 'made. >1 J
hovels. of dirt: placed aboutIt Hospital. '; aa.tooe"paUo.w.lks at Jrt.i4 *d*,.where' tb*,croup '
h and several oak* palma ,,
? holed .up'land. dUcouraged. t0A ,
A. Bennett !
byMrs.: SIftS ;
and plants on the west sid' with outlet*, a\Yankee>taid I"-" .* ..
dent of-the'We-maa'B Club, Mrs.R's of the nurses* qw.na.a'+,Gv UocUn .LO.m.k. a Battle,drrve*
!',E.. Wilkins. president of Pierce Wood Memorial..IfcMpi-":northwards
I the ht -rd.n ,Club Mayor Marshal tal: and with the ea.lp.of county. Tfc** .raider' however sate. .-
Yi FWhldden.& ,CJty Recorder official were instrumental. ->insetting ceeded .rlna.dawn'" fence,*, '
.,. .Paul.s.a-'and JMr>Dunham....**' Lake Kath /\ gLii
1s and also the b rdlerln4ikpavkc. ,. famUl i ,However.
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h, .. ,.. .... -. -. -_ .. .. -. "_ '. 'ceremonies, ,told tna< history A new Garden !'QubOeat.uIs 'were.onJi..two.'n.. : **: lost ''lac t ,
oethettree which1 was-tbetflrst one of the more reevnt a.-
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with. .I in } Ft. lOroewand *'
BO by aoceler- 'IIIS9"WaNb1Qth..cloMd,. Irktheir trre-plaated.on:thestfet' jot compUahmenta of ..Uti* hrd-i 'be"'ween' ":
.ting feev,and 'one.wa*.'succeed ranks. on.33'charier mem.Wlthoa Arcadian+ It:' was pl.+iatad.i .be. working civic-minded! ,\club, *X Myers durUwctha'Clvttl\
*another., ,v steeanaioj''Una,'1>erL, .. War can ib*' campilia<
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.1d.1.to,-celeDraU the btrt>i ,ofa andIt, took two'
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j old ewers ;lookit.;;;backward,*,'at ""' ,,barrack*',located. at ",son. in" R3 t K ,Waid4ea'land ,of concentrated effect' to:years.get disputed. "II ,the LIt__.. '.of' the

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r. Continued e fP.te from Sifair.page d-A) Eastern "' Star '

t Has Proud History
,) pointed''by the' acting officers" 41' {
as a committee to serve until *! 1 If'T" "w 1
: the next meeting which: "- ," 1 F '
I. set for March. Acting:,pro.terra: On' tife. i"-,01telL.t.b.e" meet both men and women Otherb"irter Members- I,

i ': were E. c::.TbornhltU isfkaJrman D3oto'j ? all ln niberahirp.' { In the U.s. there hi were Mrs. Julia Simmons. Mr*. ,
I and ,W. C. Hooker: ,"secretary* outlta td of three million Mourning Jones. Mrs. Rebecca j
be found ; 1 a prtte.would.o ;
, l Officers selected by the committee .. of. Ibis tot bous*"until ;4h \ "havingmera- Rosin, Mrs Maude. Stonebryak" I
,
<' were Jamea Crews; helped : vm.* of :-360 vna'pterj and er. ').In. .Mad"- Baker. Mrs.
president;,: W./C; .. Hooker, sec.' 'area. Order. oC 'the! .' There are Lila Smith. Mrs. Rhoda Parker ,I
retat71/ L..Skipper! treasurer:,, the, Peace is founded onthe i
all over the world. Mrs. Pleoman Hapgood.,
with a Board past 54 years Mrs. Letitia Deshong.: Mrs.
F. Martina Zd Scott.. E. CThornhill ganlzatlon moral and it'* been several State Willie Mor us. Mrs Freda I
.. .. .- C. S. BushneU. and I. begun benevolent. Each from the Peace River Hahn Mrs. Myra Reed.. Mr*.
( T. J. /Appieyard Jrr > group of .state is a part among which were: essie Kinaey, Mrs. Mary Armstrong

The old CH, and nail- 'ing the: Chapter of Simmons Grand :Mrs. A. C. Trederitce
'"' road'offered 'thet grounds and' an sponsor such 1909-10? Mrs. Mamie Mrs. Annie Ma. Thlgpen; Mrs.
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a .piela'train for the'fair.; Amass sonic 14t cause. as the Grand Warder 1910- Mamie Whidden. Mrs, XffieHoUingsworth.
meeting was' set for Dec. made for Religious ; Naomi Duke Grand Mrs. Mary
'f ; 6,,. 1912. to be held at Opera I chapter.W. Student"' Loan world"'T 1929-30; Mrs. Ethel Smith. Mrs. Susan Faulkner
: Y .Mr Home Irt: St. .riel''w Grand. Elect. 1949- Mrs. Fannie Hendry Mrs. Nan
House. elected ; and the Pusan Worthy Grand Matron. ale Haucton. Mrs. Nina Carl:
f But even previous to these,, 3, 1900V : taI in' Korea. .Mrs. Lflla, Belle Polk,, ton. Mr W. S. Davenport; 'Mr.
':" attempt to establish a permanent Lakeland hospital was Bleeta.I 1958-S7V J..S.; Carlton 'Mr. N. A Faulkner
1 annual DeSoto the' :.during the Korean ; ,. "
County : y-4fatrorsgas MrC W. M. 'PlatC; Mr. E.:
Fair a previous effort: was, stltuted! .lUstu"M&. N: The Simmons and seci ,AT; .Hoaston,'.Jllt'P:.. R->-'Reed:
'\. found, in -faded newspaper Art; Pusan. wa*. ao Mrs. Mamie Whidden: Mr..S.' J. Simmons Mr.. A. E.*
'dated'Artsdba,-Au.2'. .1905,*I During men'\ba' ho allowed ... Worthy .Matrons-HoUlngsworth, Mr. H. E.Carl-
7 4 which noted that a maN meef"- there, ; err old'-hotel foe Rebecca'
lba.in,;; Mrs: ton.Mr. J. A. Hendl')". Mr; I..
t Ins had been called by the, only a few wounded..ci71dren. ..., Mr*. Mourning A. Stroud, Mr. J. F. Stonebrak-
? Board of County Commissioners electric : found, inadequate Mrs. Missouri Carl- art '
j for>'a meeting on that day. except' necessary to open a : Worthy Patrons were Present member. Under
at the Courthouse 4 p.m.. ?tp, the .' *-''1IIICt. Henry Worthy Matron Ina Laid'". owe
establish a permanent county their worthwhile Carlton aerved: eleven acknowledge a debt of gratitude
Fair. It Was signed by Jns. kerosene to generously suds to those pioneer members
L. Jones and Walter Graham,, roamed and by the Charter Members ,who worked'long and, hard to
;r committee members often..bad. ..It la the largest Mourning Jones and build the'Peace River Chapterto
so thr organisation in the ; : :Mae, ,-Thirpen.. It* present eminence.
Despite the failure, of-these
early ventures. the farsightedness .- .
of these* pioneers must

'be left acknowledged up to their progenyand and 'It- was.,1 W. 'P NlHr ,W l l8n Ar -
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to the men that came' after ''''
them to put the DeSoto County

Fair on a permanent basis. from page 9-A) Johnson; of ;Ft. Ogden passed

In the first program bookletof ..... and I got married I sway. just a few years ago and
the 1094 Fair officials were It was'about sixteen chit I am 'the only remaining. My
,a* follows: Abner Ericksoo Aunt Florida and Uncle husband passed away years ,
president; Gerald Tlnsley.; vicepresident The-luck I produced: but my bus- age and my son Claude Sr. was
; W, I.. Woods secretary to have i and X produced1' only:,called about six years ago..My s
; William A. Channel catch her There* are Hugh' and-son Hugh. his :.rife. Claude's
treasurer, and directors I*. R.* *.:Now don't you think wife. four, '''surviving. crandI -
Morgan.' Jack I{Payne, ,George proposal 1 I had, better ex cue*nte-un-*..i.chHdren I ,,"" = 'and- .eJght great
1 M. Wallis William S. Fletcher. originated decide to write a book?"grandchiideh srep sllj.of1 my
John A. Christ Pat Hollocnan; ficial, ;; ..too ffuiroC; 'nvamorie*..of''ifMnediata-family: X. 'have-left."
Dr. C C. Carlton and C X.: tury when ,, days in South 'Florida* .Then;* wbet.J0Gft was
Adams. Charter members were by St.; ,I to,'tee aH 1 know today' asked what' Poe Joa, of honor
Erlckaon Channel. Christ' v.'Q ....s..G. 'Gra.y.r; ,,,..... and ivt >,aae bold she **.td: JONES
Adams Woods. Fletcher Mor, T The' 1 I ....... Chapman.at ..Tampa'i In'my-eartrlife women targaly MRSMOURNING
:i San Tlnaley, Payne R. D., other IDlr i I Amy :.Martin off Fort Og- cared for their .......... .and
Well**, Dana J: Jones,"GeorgeC. 1 lad'gave .lbaniect say ,eldest aIat....- famtUe.My-husband and sons
Scott Joseph Lefebvre. J.1 In the ., and he was the lint '.have' been exceedingly active
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L. Newton J. Maston Bates of the ClrcoH .
France and Court to touaiaMBBC ciiurtii.and: fnrternal --
Horace Hill Cart Fen ton, H..' DeSoto CouatrwU cr a- circles also In civic ntat-
'a N. Sorrella. Harvey" Simon If,'oh "a was JUT when DeSoto ,tar...So'X have i be...happy to'' A
D. Ryal. William L. Ries. Oer. ,. Italy )" was created. Fatmie. see them do worthwhile things. ; OPINIONGARNER.
t aid C. Taylor H. P. Browder.H. tion in the x,. a....... and Mr. Before I 'sjot' *o advanced in
A. Ridlger and W.. ,A. ly before and I then moved to the age I wa active In my church

14 Smith. America : around Tater Hill -Bluff and Eastern Star I am.the only: IOWA LEADER:
River that later be- surviving charter member-, Civil Rights. Bill: The bill
4 year had,. 1 -- Arcadia. So the answer the First. Baptist Church of
that 1* currently being considered -
mon law b r question I b: You are- Arcadia. I am Past Worthy
Vets books right our old wilderness Matron in Eastern Star and by our federal I legislators -
: OrganizedContinued lege "ye matured' into such a. mar-* I am the oldest member of the needs a great deal of
t ( from page 1I"A) love *. growth that It :almost Eastern Star in Arcadia. In study and corrective amend-
to; ye '
ty affairs as 'were those '11'chartet'inembets J fkw lther belief.; past year' I have served In ment. It would be really drastic
small office like those
who'answered .. a* to" them husband was deputy many mentioned. if it is passed in Its presenttors.
There is no question that
under Mr. and
the roU call in the list rally. Granger But X have taken pride in being -
A recen .la where he got the idea the measure would grantsweeping
,... Charter members were: Cur- that ',art abstract:.bus- a.wife a mother and a new' power* to the
tis E. Skates Alfred Mea, He pAde abstracts in the home-keeper., dont feel at 'President' and bla Attorney
3 cent of all -menial whet I tell you Central. This editor is of the
T. It. Waldron. J:. A. Masters, rt.h uee for several year
'1.Y. J. S. Duster., Preston Johnson More : in April Ig9 moved Into that In pioneer competition X opinion that if the bill is passed -
)" Charley Coker. Lanier B. Low clothes office naming tae bus have taken aO'aIr number of in its present form then
: ell. Victor L. Sapp. J. D de household ; the DeSoto Abstract blue ribbonswith my cakesand the people of this nation are
t anent Louis, Lop*?. Charles. Ing to ft ; X think that this I* plea. Every woman took In for some real regimenta
.. John Dirt.. Luther L.&trikeleatacr. month '. "' business of Its kind pride in her cooking In those tion. The bill Is built around
f.1 Charles. M. Simmons.John t ,. hour a State. dayo.r"K" the word., 'dbCri "natJoft.' The
lob II. Purse (now actingquartermaster ; month bill doe not define this word.
: ), &*H Lyon power-used late husband managed this but it doe define the word
Chance O. Arndt., WltHe Mes*. -cubic foot ... until his' death In 1934. dsefrgaU6n* at length -
,to. er. George 0. lurk James Phillip the nay son Claude, managed Post Pride an<.; the majority ef the lay
*. JCyrtWiN.WMta& .Meh"' Ue-okl. !. his death in 19M. My :* ** people feel this i* the only sub-
.: Johnston and X..6. tNI7.tIt's tor. 33 Ie.. Is now managing the '(Continued'from-.**e IOWO feet tht'bill deal with bat.
.. disposer Abstract Company 1931 I Is told In the story of this study It ever and find out lust
h" Ironer, !' by my late husband. Issue under the heading of AU. bow far aching: It really I*.**
matte ask how I feel today Florida Rodeo, Inc.. but It I*
; I ant not a* strong pertinent to say that withoutthe WASECA. MINX, JOURNAL
Nocetee Now would like to be, and a* promotion of this I affair by ; Thi I* your year. Mr.
.
I Continued see. I dont get around the 1C Post there wocdd not bar Taxpayer. You-are the forgot
: II' on ,page 1-AJ well but I, am thankful such aa organization today. tea man In the United State
fore Florida Power and Light Civil close mind and memory The Goatee of K Post today. except for one year la four
bought out the facilities. for whatever ''amount off which now include veteran of . Never la history bar
'; (ODe...... \ ever bad. tt to good World War Two .Dd'the.1tcIr- you been given 'a tax reduction
: Roadie In aU 'asses .core t..... aU... Xa spite of what. tea ..War I* far'to* long labore except in election years.
: mostly MoDel rut oats a clay A. Crane people say 'this 1* tae name but tae purpose of That baa been. true whether
t, pit sea discovered .la tae Uaa ether world I .have lived in, the It organiization., ....., i4aat the party fa power. .wa -
county. Roads were token clayed Robert*, w'" ...* I have laid paa* to. first. eat. -t." poses Mean puaHSra.) or It ..1..lllltic. That
n t< and H sea set until.. 1939 and that :' ta 'a bettor ... t am la. apaiaadon to "to" en this I.r one tafnaka which tae two
when DoSoto Boats a auatoaHsIUr Union ayw i I I&* this one pretty' day eery. year aa 'least; a-.. Parties agree -: JM aeatway
,. .bead, ...... and paved .....d ... ; rasher .".that Company _- to. buy vote la wttt pub"
laaay tt-f+a.t-e.nsp, ........ taeaetwerk tranenTi.. : ', w to ,....,.. ... be..oft... vttseaa*, base raHsssl far :stews, Treat a P-tJo standPei"
ot wbjtefc I* the ....... 'fltsed to !i Wools.'br.fees. 'pine.My tore_ fully ,taaa Uicee first It the cbsspeot way: ,
411641011116-.t.e..gew *ay. aac.Ia.ttn : ..bs mac WlMre 40t. smabare could have ......... ....

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11od.;-. Fnvn school repOrtU submitted kin- and Miss! Emma .Alder :

.. Superintendent man. Prof. Wilson was hired
State
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fat of Schools by T,. :f. for the following; term alone .

,:srt Sparkman. Cou\hty\ Superintendent with Prof. 11.*- I.. Swatts, MissJoaW 1 : ; .

the y. a*: .;.lWZ-84, i VTUderandk, Mrs: E. .M.. : t "

.-e.a.i. there were a (oUl'.of Jf2,yhite, 'Williamson'-'tesche \.it;.. ,- 1

i. schoo(*" to DeSot Ca+e+7.-+aru7, .A& Oi..,-rnd:;ot-th year 1OT.
ry''r. three Negro school"'That, of .there ,were 82 schools for i ": .

course, waa;'Before ,*&*-.cquntj ,wlsiteewiths.a toga( 04 3Oto pu- = ling O-rong To_ Arcadia. ,In 1913 r

Il Ir.l: was split tt >agoriveotfecpn.v! ''pU:.<,{In the y fir IW; u.;.;... ,", I .

1fr.. *. ; \'were.*3'l\oola.with'an ,,erode ., '.. ..

<:. The? 1'l IcaoQfar fr'wnMe{ .tnent. .7! .309: ; l pupils:. : 'Isere.'101' Yer.tai fit' :.. "
t r.: bad' *"'total!; fo1i+ cpt ,"81''+ 1;. .wee- tbaa+:two l"IYlesr." sbhoos,;

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toI' rtru on ..% bt t.p.u..c.t/t .;:: n.t ;.ran.the.l-I 'were'und"wer' .. I rS '"
there .. : : :,''' "ti bWJ4 Lodge. Club in Arcadia got uuder .
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tf I. Rotary
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boy Rro t L" .r !W "Ib&' 't,. ,, t..ta. .IOU <" > .,way in the early! months The late.N. Reece. ... :. .
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:: -;;- .. r ::., '. .' I. tba t.elef Qct. ;' 1MIJ'and'' .spsarlr..dedpy .Fleeted president and aervjrvjj' A .r..'< .'
U82 The on asa : ...11'... js3:..p-r... f...."".rf.ol\T': l'*" .- 27. IOW'". ariess ad a mon. 0 Lovtck: HolucruJorT was! aind' ,,with. him wore.. Zx>vlck I oluen& \ 4 4Sort
I mil""" .. D<&.to.._.Couotjr.wbRaArcadia was .... I t .is' .u.a-.s.j..Show.-pPorfed'1..7. Keith ..Robertson"Out "' ';..vice; ''presIrlent. ;. DIC'k.. '
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That )*ou :C. .in;there are;;'one In NocAt -' I--accent-: : Nate '. Reeck ''St',.bo.IGt..w1'IoIaW' .\. I IIQUa sod. ''secretarya, n'd. f .;:; .- s .. ; ,

'130. 4ctus c* ,;"" :., '' Va4Hrone rtOdn.'m\ $ J : been ltotaslasa'pior 'f rim Morqua treasurer. Tha" '
?3.873,6 FaCitt" 'scKool'ijs in_Arcadia.'" Rebekab their auxiliary. : included E.: : '.
and peraoAal, property boat Negro ; and *. ": ,tpi eatii 4iehipgin. ,Arcadia. .J Hoard of Directors

year' ; Against.t.; cit;' aebool.'eeepenes ,- 'From"":"f he: :hampfcri%'March ,entertatnett Lod *' s>pd. oy U1OO.* '' 700 'm'4>Grand mber, 'Outing the formaUv; period 1 D. Treadweil.' Jr.. iienry.DrowIer .
we/* -2. .Uoftl.U.- t '28. J807e tn- this school note:' '! and Louie Morgan. MeetIng -
from 'dver"th state-ware present wen recruited
the scttoolawe, a JMJtefttfr tr Beginning "''Monday. April 1. Arcadia Mouse seventeen men day ,were let for noon ,
dependent 4K s.C:, unty lax, i a Teacher' Training School; was,The selected to hold Opera UMJ Grand :Rand. applied, to,&&.r7 Interne- .Tuesdays at the Kentucky',Res : '
they got p Lodp< meetingthe_ .
tauranU.During
from' hour ouxxe 'l The Wauchula at of the Fort Uyem
'O. i Shaver of ;" Hall for the Rebekahs and .!be sponsorship
total poll Ux.. 'tfcat'yaar.'' waa- BrownviUe Florida for the 1XI.OJ" Hall for the' Grand Rotary' Club. It was learned on the years sine Its or-
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$748. y <*v f benefit of' 'DeSotq Thev value '0; school: ..buildJng .,* .and those preparing was elected Grand Master,. approved. At that time the -"many worthy civic cause
I tabiUatec1'n..i for' teacher in the coming The Joint program was open rperent organization. Rotary In. auch a* putting afreetmarker \
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,. Tpcrtrof' were not 7t".1U't' fiirnl-. school terns ed with the croup **.....In."America" ternational, was 41 years old. 'i In the city', sendingthe ,.
that : Charter members) of the new High School Band and Oleo >
Invocation
. ture waa to the tune of".S37,50. This! notice was signed byJoseph /' by' the Rev and W.c.an N rton ol ly' formed Club were C. C. Club to the State Meet all expenses -
for all the:chooU, Hi .Brown superintendent the first Methodist Chunh.: To Adams Henry Drowder. Ed paid working with local -
and he mentioned In passing Davis. Sr, Ueffie Hancock students and sponsoring
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T. J Sparkmaa was 'sup T- welcome the group Mayor'
could
Intendent that year and metn- that the teacher r. B. McClelland and io give Dick Holtaendorf. Lovtc floUxeadorff. young delegate to 1'Jo1t' Stale.
'get board .and room in nearby Henry Lanier. Scoots these and
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ben ot Lh*'school board>> Vr rM. the lodge: welcome Ox. J. 1L In
I r. 'GC'ddI-2ba' King and pleasant family home for $ .0per' Coffee. Rebekah were led In ..tatulIuCh Mattla.. JlraMorqua. hundred of other civic' 'good
J. "D. Southerland. month. their welcome by Mrs. There Louis Morgan Lewis
'J'\p'Y./. Plere.. Keith Rob- deed*.
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Peace River Lodge
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legislature a Rirut. te
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Arcadia IU&h School( ..Was' law in 1901 making it compulsory FAAJ4. was represented In .r-on.:" Kate .Raece, &1'.. Doug prganUer for Florida
established 1197. according for a. county 'to hav welcome .by the lion 'p. W. v
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at .least -on* .i
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11 gradefor the cfrst high school' school County' High ko "in School graduated the 13th annual session and the Additional, Copies Q.fThe...., ; r'' ::'

,.. (fully. accredited' ) graduating*" ". '. their first high school claw I local ladies were glad. to join 75c-each at' r .,
class was. la >,}aot' as.The with the following member their'sister* In Assembly In m Historical Edition

,f enrollment In 1N7 wm Hu4h Jones. valdlctorlan' ;; town they were. vastly proudof j
1$41 pupils the' term"was'eighlmonths. Austin Carlton Ed (Peck) mercHenla. city/' official I
-and Professor E. r,, Green, Charles Green. Ida 1 and citizens alike went all out .. .,.'
Wilson WM principal H* "wag I Green Laura Mitchell and I to make UM 70O visitors weld. .; ;; {'2jlr
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ALDERMAN CAHLTOH faster. Jchn Carlton. settledIn daughter. Sarah. age; 13 and

north Florida, Just below GeorgiaAna- a ce:. 13 years-
A Chronoiogyry
ihe Florida-Ceorgja line. made application tor a pension
: READ B. HARDINGA April 14. 181- A daughter. for the children: benefit.

year: by: year account: of Sarah born in l1l1lttwtuu.h 1867 Jui. 4. 1897. Nancy

1 th, activities: of Alderman oun t.y. Fla Ann Aitei_i_" Curiuw, moihtr
of Alderman, cued lJ M dW
Carlton In so far c* ofiicialaivu 8 1848. A
184G August ,
at the
son County Florida: ,
recoras are available. -
.eisonai ceet.opier. a..,i a Ann. born in
age of 92 years.
.......--0Au," .n VWUIllJT, *..a.lUe 1863 Feoruary; 26. 1868.

Alderman Carlton. because Alderman Carlton John Carlton, father of Al-

.i of his service and death in served a* a private in CaptiOn -lerman Carlton. died in Madison -

the Third Seminole Indian John Parker' Company. slide- County Fla. at the age

:,. w.r*'. t.-i reit* **y uecc a.e 01 ida State Troops. for a period ot 93 years.
mica tn> rt.s( to ns ana.y dlfl'o 1MB. This service wa
I uurtng 1913 May 1913. George
"....ends! inrouanoutFlorioa. bQu.h the Seminole annum
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..ar "aC.u: e." wuicn, o,..ui'.a.t Washington Hendry. referring
to those who were,killed in the
1803 January 4. 1803. Al- ... .a>4 WM yea. 1n. -c.i* Tllli skirmish atsted.M* shaft
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detman Carttw. wiaa 0..n ioX near Fort Meade. should be
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aaaint.soa tuun.y. .jac: 10 < erected to perpetrate the memory
.upuuv .County in UM yu.Jim a.eresib..r 144", a* wu a.I the of those brave men." He
part at NorthCarolina... tae ..........-&...._.- ... .al.4' 1_'" personally donated 83-CO: for

a WM tee third cnika a....**-ond un..unw.c t.oU' lUra"a. that purpose Apparently, nothing

Son 'of John Carlton (born 185O February 8. 1930. came of it.

April 2O 1779 in Dupiin Cwun- A fourth son Thorn C.. was
and his wife Nancy Ann' 1962 December 21. 1962.A .
ty> uatn en tjinsooroUfcft County,
Alderman (born November 17. 1a. This child dleo in fe.da7L movement was begun to
1779. ao in Duplin County: ). make, the burial -
..,,.,,1 Jtthn'nomaa.ami...Damon's. \ .; ?,j Dues, Ji:::Iiii I yt 1 The .hers;;killed' .CArltoa.andlthe-ot In the'TIBia ckirmXsh --

.:I'wa. -* ; ': n 404 ) ,pro. .1ui ec a .DaUonal! cemgtery'W :
kt*a 7 >? ir) > ,lr? 9'r I"'Y 1
1I" ftk ,,J.*.r. u'w'l =It.rt::"; ''': *** **> t*"V'"tfci t.w-r alp lip' a'l}i hsosir.' t ;*frprwprite marking
and'moDwneatL
,;,pe.H AfnM>1rainfASd-trtttni<1>\,*%.U ", 7., >la.. .&?* sued *
A'' : wriest but a f .nu>*of age. ,1IIfu. 'J i&l S? April .''J'Jof l4'lMi'Th.1F.em .
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.. ''I the.heros
!I..I. t Ao'immortalir*
B"11WWT \ : ,., .. l: ,t ". Indian 'War. 7
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ampoan
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there ilei, y in : meson It=ClUDt.I''. '1'1.' .c. 'V... t t seswic; ,tD f
In WOT wete, ;yH.3 } lr.wder.beret' { ..JI't, 1 : ,
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'/ Loan and {Trust Oorapes) *, Clones. Jr.. ,4 I U : ,, .
o.C..l'-O. \Carlton inuie Indian Wars,.'It la pev.:: '
aleck Wtort '
a capitalJ. secretary .andHaley" : j'taawnasai 1n Saasnpaa a j' Groups
J.(Heardwa* &:he.pNI e _nt.' UWaMU'er.j!Bryan,....,4eJt; wa*' t.ouaaty. <, C. } able that he wa elected to
and Mere;were two vice. prrl mad. executive. vie president alLoClfr .--* Alderman Carlton ,the,orface of second,.Ueutenant. :Although the Grange G'ODe

dents T. 'B. Kirk ,and W.'w. nand manager.Board moved ,."'11b1a family., grown ..strive: that was the method Of of 'the older organizations In
officer In the
Lantford. >C C. OotdaoUih. wa' obtaining
the general.. man.fr. 'Walter .f director include t'North Cafoltna. to Thomas volunteer force of that day America, It's history going
with the County lag South Ceorgta.eaUwtr >> ..
above officer
Graham Ed MM .. back to 1867. It Is.a- cornpar
secretary,
wa exception of Bryan',Maek. and early In Itkda or a short _19M ,June 14. 18M. Alderman -
Scott vwa* treasurer and A, M.. lively new organization in Arcadia
Smith wu the cashier. .also Frank w. Gun. 'J.'F.,HOIlingsworth. dine prior thereto. Canton, age M years having. been. begun In

C. O. Johnson.. L. 'July 1\V..l_. :A 'dausMer.JUrtha ., I.Was killed in action .In the June of this year.
The bank advertised a* JR. Moron. A. l.. Smith and '.Ia. 'born In Thorn ttaidtaryservice at the TUli
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.m.U loan for small bur ,!barn Stath)*. O .-.Iac.on. 'Meade. 'Dur Most people'think: of"Granges
IneM* and offered tr.e .depoattor County VW ,ciraunustion 'o< this t .** farm' fraternities and eenttaHy >

gaud return for hie money.: ,};ia1 '- April, .l0; r 431.:'Bomin .=. :skirmish with the .Indian -,, \ that was its original- purpoee. -

: ; hennas* County. Ga.. a *. ,Aluerman' first'"son, but through the year
Another was ,the State. of Arcadia II.m J. J. to. Infancy wounded In t...e right forearm, it baa become one of the few
Heard wa president l ;Ku<*n* rural-urban family fraternities.
Ilolutaiccr ,wa the. vie preeIdent r!" Vfcf* 1833 August 24. 1833.Born The body of Ueutenant 'It baa a program of romrnunjUy -

.and p. ll, Scott wa scashier. In Thoma* County.' aa.. a. Carlton, was returned to tort ,,service that' include ,each

The bank 'paid up cap. '43ln1': daughter Minerva who died .eaoe ana w se buried along member of the family, all
ital Mock of 930.000 ,and a In childhood. with the other killed in .the working together 'ID help the

tockholder' &liability of 930.- sane* salrnusa with the In area -In. which they live.
000. Depositor'& security wa In February. IBM. DtstrlgtDeputy 1835 September 19. 183S. vaied _east-< the present. Cityof
100000. Irwin of Lakeland .( Alderman Carlton' third *on. Fort Mead and a litue The Orange b "divided Into

th* Benevolent And ProtettiveOrder Isaac born In Thorn County more than half way to't'wtke.' three main group beginningwith
rirtt{ 'NUotv ,Bank of Ar.cadi O*. Hiver. the local Grange which Itc.u.d
met'with lo
of Biki 43 *
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'*' waa begun in 140i. chartrede taU Served a* private.to e a SubonIiaa",, the district -
'with a capital of 9MUM9Q sal people at the Odd Fellow 8 Aucuat. 18M In Captain Second Lieutenant *Crt- Grange called a Pomonaand

and at the end of the. *econ l. Hall and organized the local Tucker' Company and from ton'* pay voucher at the time the State, '"which i*'mad

year: had $30.100.Directors f Lodge Number I Nf. 37: August to 6. September. '01 bAa ueaih shows a.total ate.e..sJ up of all the Individual group
were 'T. 'B. Xln Officer elected wereykitasd; 19" Uv 'CaptAin 'Browttlntf"- was due him This tea.tiuded. :Grange hare :built ''bridge.

Albert Carltoet. R., a:. 'Whk"*"*n, ,Ruler John HTreadwell.. Jr.. Company, both of Georgia M l- .. in addition his pay. parks and. community center.
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J. II, Treadwell. J. C. .Kte(. 'Kacaasted Leading Knight La*. ;ill*, raised In Tnoma* County. 4lew.nceeh got a servant arm.. chcrctM,and meeting ball It
C. Carlton; Z. N. Parker.II. *uu .* and torage. His '
JH Ink ,' HetUenctarr; Esteemed during ..W\d-\ .t4.'eeed S- ; :: fathered! Rural Fre Delivery
L. 'KIng. and .C. C. ChoBar Ours* valued -at 8I9O.OO.
Loyal' Kal.ht 0< P. LeaJajwe*, tn l*) Indian War*' JaSV.1842.Aldermau of mall and Parcel Post, and
They b..sMt. completed a.. Esteemed Lecturing Knight 1.., took part. Ui the fTor- ana the horse equipment. .+... over the nearly hundred :year

929.000 bulkUn Deposits were92&4.00O. E. Eialw.secretary D. J. ThompTreasurer Ida-Georgia border patrol and September SO. 18S4. The it ha been in operation, has
In the Brushy Creek engage.mcdi helped. to write the history
--. Lownde* Treed- IM* acre bounty land,warrant.teruucat .
The fourth bank of that day well Esquire K. K. Bailey.: TilerJohn ; In Low.....* County. G*. No. 4JOS, wa a* of the nation.

till In existence today, wa JI. Blake. Chaplain Ray warded to Alderman Carlton
In It' meetsat
IRt November/ STS, 1337: Arcadia. Grange
IVSoto Nations Bank of Arcadia Seyferth Inner Gierd C. B.
wet nceUed due to his death.
the and "has 1*
with William Q. .W.I .* Bate and Trustee A.. C. wu. A oiihier, Prt4 f1lta"". born In Armory

.a .trek president John W. u...*, .,. Himon RoM and VT. L Thorn ,,*utr.: Ga. October ... 1138. Martha member Master or president
I J. Winard Wellman of Noc-
hidden a* vice president and IA lk. Mart Catlton. a* the widow *
nb I83'.
Nove 23.
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ateer Oierwor. Kotosrt Hisser::
II. r. Wells the first cash.Jet. W Lull..ant Carlton. made
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Other charter members were Awthr .'....bt.. Suaannah.born '" for Fort Ogden; Lecturer ..Atrs.Robert .
Pftkcadoa a bounty Lana
J It. Smather, C r Roe K. In Thesna C "cy; O*. Hilton sled Secretary
Wrmi in ken .4 warraAt. Ko
The bank chartered June ..
U. Wltoexin D. L Smith. ,
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Mr Ethel Weltmaa.Ve
I*n. has Weathered two ...r*, Clarence C., Well**. Edwin 1241 Peres +t tr I*. 1041.atlr.WAstt H1*% a Web had beenfur incuJoltfl ( ,_,

land oooni sad bust d pre, VT' y. C. D. Trcatfwvtl. ..1.I.. a lsot "... b". to bee buetasneX but s..ecealst. extend an open ta4ttUon *-

alums. and rceeon*, aDd to. )aaig. It Ilt>iuMitsrvCX. J* O*. .. ,.... I S3.I *- December l$. 134.MarU to the publM to hula with-
Lay continue* to* die sound .ain ..> C.tllnw. P.- E. FTftnet*. 1C. C.Wey. ....,.. lrarel. .a. Canteen. ate 9XAMewwao ass t..a elfls, awal-urban, 4166"An -

*** 'In tit* same plans they : Or C. C WI.... XU" New* ..Hi tbett a stsnc't u. ).rota. ** wtriew died ace remcowrJly ptijimtmr

opened.In baAteu Cbfoc,"", C. IXDoting. prier. dw.ur"",, or arty tat 144. .t yeSsw tt.tir.1t" said prc Krt*. and -we offer our
1NA. Them Federal Savln D. A. Wear IN. P Xt K..... AUemuut' tRMT.el with ..g US- ebaie bear1ot+ ea-wptrzt .. to
<- and. Loan cam Into befn SOT:: Ik C- :*IrG.ltf. .. A. K. try from. Ceere t.-. Hitisba.re Marc 7. 1933. tTn- Char clubs nd YrtemUIe W7 O
with the charter r 4veJ Poole W. J GOtUAM, Dr. C. mash C-uotjr. rlse'M.. dee the Ac** of Cow. rf are. sponsoring. wortiHrtiUa programs *
June 1g. IMS and the Grand It KUkpatrtck. A. T Darl. July 4. I8M February 3. aU ,* Presides WeSmsn

Owning on "' ''''na.r.: Au.ut .'\. It. VT.... J. B. llarrte. R. O. A'i2wean Carbon" I* rmCMlton *- and JUMP\ l'Y- Andes It- raid ABTOW evrested mar
b .'d.2eatalraa r... s to w 444 tiaeeq Han y+.El.ssIt isstat.r.w..nee..stnspratrw.rar at the. Hart gwaniMn' of Alderwhats -.r-t hiss at feu* hern inr
The liMUtutioa was begum Gibson and J. W l"wtac.. : : tn aeutlt.. Ti rids. ItssMENNEN 's two ""or orphan" JICoc......

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The .first,posto&lce In Area- David S. William. Nov. 19.

die WM established November 1M3; Thomas J. Herndon. Oct. t

19.-1MJ and David S. Willlama 24. 1.*4; Daniel T. Carlton.

was named postmaster.Thus July 3O..1181j; Charles' Y. Crawford DeSoto County Chamber Of Commerce:

was a Jaurth...* office"and July S. 18SJi ,CdwardCarney. .

there JVM no city or rural de- June 27. JIM; Daniel Chartered March 5
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Carlton.; April 12. 197; An- .

It WM not until October 1. drew Green .July 24, 1903; ,

.1915 :that. tit ,delivery,carriers.The WM. Wtyiaun. _M.flatt. Feb. XO.. 1914; By those progressive thinking' business mart aa the orifinal' subacrther. : 1
begun with two city
Clarence J. Carlton. Dee. 19.
poet' office became designated
as third ,daM :.July.JL90O. 1922; Claude D. Daring Oct. 1 I. W. A. HEAL J. .L. OISMOMO

.' second e...*' July 1913 '1M; Franklin r. Rhode, Sept. ... .L. HOLTZINDORjag D 4'' .KINS1rB. .
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and first d..*. :.June 3O, ,11,... :30. 1951 and, Clarence; J.:j:- -,

During Jh* War Two yearn, ton. Jan.'21. asa and' today'a, L. PAVIv. )
with aH the men stationed. at present poaUnaater. Cordon. K. .
the two fields. Abe postofflceWM Johnson CdIJ: ". Officer and Director. for the first year of the .Chamber"**.operation.
declared first claaa: and were a* follow: "
maintained that status. until
after. the evacuation or the ",....4.... W. A. Meal food V....avsis. ... 8. .L. Davis

fie Id*"at the en4 of the, war Scout lead First .to let Vtee-aveaW*,** ..J. L. PM. ..:* Treasurer M. L. MeHaeoderfHeater ".
when ft went back to second'
class 'status.There Williams wee tHe first earetary a* Ute, CMsmber seavMve waeeneratly
When the young boys of Arcadia -
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wanted
are now throe city Seoul ortaniaa.Uon .
carrier and three rural route. |>ero ,.back Jn the early
J. On tae rural route. Carrier 1 part of 1923 there were plentyof OTHIM PinCCTOMftl' 1 1f
dyJo-..... men reedy
total of 99j4 milesper
travels
a willing and able to help them. A. T. Shelter. W. H. ....e I
day; Carrier 2, 94.49 miles .
per day and Carrier 3 a total But not even the leaMicra en- N. K. R..... .>. r. .. Marhelt ,

*of ".0:. thuaiaam WM aa contciou'a T. K. faveyWalter J. H. Metltew. ..
that Of the boys. After UMtlrfirvt .
Brewer r". N. *..lMn.l* '
Some of the old location ., meeting' with C. C. Adams
the poatoffice were where the aa director a charter was applied
telephone company building; for. Joe O. Kla y. t
now stands .in Koch's A nc..
and on South DeSofo Avenue.. Thechattar didn't C'IIIIIIe' Thus. r moa. y.*4 .fcf s"thre yoar esrm bad v9nTlwe' saw the wool. '

The present location was built through for over" a month but for o ventral awes *ooe. natns} *swi. ** Illt, effortai toe growth sailgenreral

la 1937. that<< iklnt deter UM geouta.Alrrady sonxiaunHy ..... Thus wee burn the Urtioto. qty ChamberofComsaefviK. J
many of then pod taken A .
Receipts over the years second claaa.... and were ,
show the peep: atudjriB on the Tint Class. test I
1900. u..,at; 1910. S4.444; 192O. when the charter was rorefo; It *ww d taken .words. to IM Many ediilona. of Use Arr*
S1S.739; I... 120.174; 304% ed August 17, 1923. the a eea"'4iih" iiels W the Denoio County Qxajubar .. .... ..., to
'2ICU05. 1150 M.774; 19 <0,,
bed detail air work 'In susninettoei with eosnawMMty. proj...ia, are a prsaaotian.. .
been
$33,303 and in 193. 9 .. They already week
end cam ping. havttvc. cook eats "and. d.vsiepntse+r;. and to sane. UM fkuodredn.. I>rfkK o County cittern*
One Zanily name baa been and ail the totri uiA< affair ineslead .in this Chamber of GMMMWVS* wo kTKirtyhree
connected. with the poatofflee that a boy could have access
far a total of 44 year D. T- to to .Arcadia ctca 1912 .
+ > yrs later Imiloy there ore pr* 'r.**.... IWrwerdfeM .....
Carlton served 42 years; Andrew -
Green, :nine.t William One of the first brass 8 cent .-..* ........ tnrowcls. the DeVrte Caret Chamber ed Cis usree

PUtt. *i&bt,.and Clarence Cat t- bands Originated woos the kwml for the........ and f.twro of Arcadia and. Dafiale Cn4ir /.
ton Cnn tears. .. iu/atias 44 ,troupe of about 29 boy, lander, MUST ALWAYS all nO
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r"ft .tit.eq, wbo taw.40 v d uUrecton Were'. C. x... .. o..>rOM

over.the "eks* 'singe 'I3sefliee. Scout .chaplain.. ,ws tt e r >I>
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U3AF"RwHred. .or. Town.Onmcil .and !alit the .euay",streets: -of >tire city' 'inJ

To Identify Grandpa In, thtfiaaklns ,trimming. terrible condllkw-vrci: e .resur-
-. :',..htsi; ph'9R-h.ryras' ,"h. wnas When 'the, need.". ..a local ''a.cod.! ,WGasndpf' r -' .
,who MtUed .ln<*Seoth cemetery arose! th* .TVwn--e< :Caskirasr: :raided In
Florida and 1* now.: referred Arcadia purchased from AlbertW. hill home? until appix*tinntcly
:.0 by the present senior geoer.atlon Gllchrlst Feb. 7. 1993 the two year before his death at
of his decendents a* property south of what 1* now which time the property passed -
Grandpa Gaskins Oak Rldg Avenue which to his daughter Mr Sadie
The home with address aa forms the oldest section of the Maude Gaskins. Stonebraker.
above Is situated .In Daughtrey present cemetery. Grandpa During tnost of the year
.Addition. to the City of Arcadia Uaskins .name spears on ,the following the residence was
it the southwestcorner of the deed aa a witness to the transaction occupied by her son George
ntersectlon of North Manatee Stonebraker and his family
venue and Walnut Street. The Eight :year later in April On' February 28. IH8. the
,{ sot was purchased by Thomas 1901 it was authorized thata property was deeded to her
Jaskin August 13. 1889 for charter be drawn up and daughter Susie Stonebraker
fAOOO and the residence built Arcadia became a full fledged Harding by her mother. The
he filigree on the exterior City. Coincidently with the .interior of the building was remodeled -
jid Interior of the house 1* chartering of the city. It appears along more modern
Ua. handiwork. He had origin- that Arcadia began to line during the spring'of 1949.
illy arrived with his I family get Improvements. In 1801 Just prior to its occupancy by
rom Elizabeth City North, electric and city' street lights the Harding, family consistingof
;around and lived at Dr. A. were .turned on Grandpa was Ma and'-Pa. Harding.. .Read
.V. Johnson's residence Just elected assessor. 103 'was a ;Junior'; 'and Sherman II

north of the village until his big year. Two bank were es- The construction of an addition -

Thomas Gaskins Arcadia Home own home was completed. Isis tablished., a school house was to the old building wa
family at that time consisted of built water plant constructed begun June 29, 19SI.: It consisted -

Grandma Gaaklna. daughters some_sidcwslks were .widened of,a downstairs bedroomand
Susan, Brown lee and ,Sadie' and 'many* street .were bath, .&&or C" room, work
\ ._ Maude 'and.nms,.. ;Tom. ndJGeorge. :vd4for..tbe> 'tiist time. Fin-.,,,shogT: : and' 'cajxwt.,,grandpa!
i' ," .. .. ...None of.' this\sjenera--. .U.the W g tire occorg ur i;;, Car,,":\O 1t "eut1 cusp w A'sbLStaiXtwstd
: : : 1. l lj I! SMw' .i ttion.la, hOW<,allvex .. .' :'tng out.OM.entire-wooden; '; -4na.a tel."tduse tirld'' .,
"i .. The, property. -- va, part b f r In.*.' section../*' bleaain&'Akdisguise. neriaa4astasiof.. >j or *
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: been purchased Tfsncli:John'1io form. >atrcet .earervlee waslgrantee Tbave sr(.a:--tha.-d the. .
I WOMM'S ICfili. ..Active.:- .'Daukgtr ":' 'ifMln :M.Valdro ;' ; ''bu..tt-hevr' nater ,.orlglipal i, .
., .J; ..: ; ,i :<-S pten bery ,1833.:lallzed.:.Thia'4*'not to.bercon-'i I dtgmgs 1 'Tbea e
." wnw-'InVturn" bad received .it used with: .the"; -tomevvitli'r : j>o((.m.>dining1 remn c airs "a

... :.' ::Tram:- hflmeta' tiered -and. \,I"W1yMrs M:,L. Martin. :Mr... *.' Jrom th f JStkU -Flerlda. la trelly.n. .mule iiiaWn'.pre I tracks,;'-platformrockerj Grandma O ukAV.retrWinJk.worbr )-

l i t. yeljowed yage3of.chi: 7 u>toeVal*kp."Z, ..J.k8wM'MrU' { ''!. F iMr .Tebruary" '?the_ ,same year. operated roth :CoonYaarleH0 _. table, :ar '
,:. .... minutM'of* IhS" -trradlav.>Worn"an 'Mirkdti' ..Agra.' f ,:Z."'Btiiwat 'Ttu: *';latter sale was,by State > Peace 'River by-U>* corner.+/wt'WUI ;,rfn aid! S; by
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; Deed .inee-Flerkle. ; i
had H\fterit' Arcadia Street Car Cemparty;GrMKlpa Gasktpa.an) I4lhtd. -
.. ; ** Clod, gvaciottaly; 'toawed'byvleader'of : :. *.. R.I E-. .Wfciddetv .Mrs.Kn .. .lr .
!..1' 6oc.r [wont bmoa following its in law The' mast'linportanalraprovecicent ; .". roanttl clock,siil'fc dnctionaU -
the.elub .4rve e2aK t.i 'Poster.. ,;Mrs!.Suinate..Lei Wert, ,edrn.J Jon'to-the Union'In 1840. .danror-.I v7was- setneelasrwarfe..' a few

i_ !! daisyof; the 'organizational: ; Mrs,rL. L.::'Carlton,"Mrs.. ::A..B.. Spain'.had.'.aeded .,..Florida to the water\ 'carnage' ''aewerdg* piece& .of (Grandma lno1 1aobbM'aa.lt8J1..cJ .
meeting can be set lit.DecemberJWO -' WlUlford.Mr; *. Ed Well, the United State In lilt 1 the ystem.' and *Xh" .SatteaTi be< : na. and'!'a Std

| ., transaction being .completed:In gait :Jet 1 1-940. Iw*-popularity.: : .-toedfhls.Ipoitles.jug ef Hang
.. Sfrs.R.Turner Mrs:--Edith: 1911: On March 3. .Iau..a; tel'':, orandpa Gasklna. bunt m separate ley Pottery dated 184*. Most
However a news clipping, D. Scott. Mr*. N. E.: .Norwood.Mr filarial type ot governnvent. little house for his -new, of chase 'thing had ; been'

also>> yellowed and aged show *. C. A. Moor. Mr*. H. P. set up. A portion of this mooern bathroom lie woulant .brought down during: the"move

z";, that on November 1S. llt.Mr Devil& Mr*. Ball Mr*. E. B.Wllcoxin. Daugntrejp tract was subdivided have any of those plumbing from North Carolina
into Iota and blocks and contraptions ,put Insaue his Grandpa Gaskins home baa
Mrs. J. T King
vice ,
*. Elisabeth: Skinner, became ao addition to the village hone in .JVO. M city oronanve remained i the same family.
f president of the Florid FederUon Mr*. A. C. WIUI....- Mrs. F. B. of Arcadia on July' 1 9. 111$.' was passed prescribed' speed Including"deceimfent; for the

.. of Woman') Club. wa a Smith,, Mrs. Charles Pierce, and Arcadia at that time .was In limits cat the automobiles .past seventy-seven years.
visitor to Arcadia to address Mrs.. C. J. Crawford. All In all. Manatee County.be latter that day: 10 mile per hour "There'no. telling when a

of Interested, there were 53 charter member having been created In Octo- wu.bmh..' city limit ana f change.! .,will be .mad*. -
a Croup women OMIt J.....withthe. County Seat miles' per hour around the
who had expressed 'm .desire to In newly-organised. club. In the Village ManaUe. Due corner In I.,11.- two mile of

form such a club her*. The women discussed also to Inconvenient location of Moewalk were constructed She 'iH'Posse
gains of the project that they Manatee, however, the county tAe City Council got around
From the minute of that
would attempt naming music seat was removed to Pine Level to nqWl'e.publ1C sauna. pU ** Dependable. Men
first meeting It I is learned that ""
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and drawing In school a public to be screened.During
.... "A number the Y.WC.A.of ladle assembledat library- and civic betterment.In WhenDeSotaCounty ws the following years, .In:Any Crisis
room aa .
carved Manatee County Ice.
out of the city was really put on
guests of the Ladle Friday two years time the very on May 12. last the county in 114 the Imposing DeSoto TV and movie western
Musical to consider the organization active club had a Woman seat at Pine Level was Included County Court House waa.completed would ''tend. to show a posse
of a Woman's Club. Club Library going had taken within' Its border. Ina and in 121. the county aa a group of undefendable.

.. Subsequently the ladle were the little over a year the county was made a compact unit Irate men all riding "they
over Y.W.OA. building of
addressed by a J.lrs. MeCullum. four seat of the newly created De- when It was chopped up and went-tbataway" behind the
and
rooms a kitchenette.Installed
state president of Oalneville. ; Swto County was moved to Arcadia four additional counties created -, outlaw disagreeing and disor
the
library and
Mrs. ROM of Sarasota. and and rest room for the lounge The offices of the county : Charlotte, Glades' Highlands ganized. But In DeSoto.County
again. Mia Skinner, of Dunedin and had accumpUhed miracle public at first were located on and JlanS_. It waa at It Ian, that way at all.
the vice president. .In town clean-up and sanitation. ana second floor of a building about this time that the Sim The' DeSoto County Sheriff

wnutt<<: stood about where the mona Sanitarium wa Incorporated Posse under President Marion
Mr*. W. E. Leitner wa elected These women, had taken It old Star Theater was on SouthOvSoto aa the Arcadia General Mays are some .seventeen well
i Mr McSwaln' became upon themselves to se* that businessmen
president Avenue. Grandpa' Hospital and Grandpa organized, dependable
first vice president a school welfare project to feed name appear on DeSoto Coun- Gaskin. son-in-law. Jake Who have been sworn In
Mr*. R. E. Whldden became needy children was made (this tjr' first Jury list. Stonebraker was Its first treasurer. by County Sheriff Lloyd'1101.ton -
.'t second Vice president. Mrs. a long time before school lunchrooms Arcadia aa such came Into 'The people of DeSoto a* ""Special Deputies' .
j Plait was elected recording secretary were Installed) and were being In 1M3. Up to that time County have been fortunate in and It Is their Job to :back
Mrs. Jim Morqu was on to the school board to refurbish it had progressed from a settlement having a sound hospital *o up the law, enforcementotfl-,
named. corresponding secretary plumbing In the elementary to a village and was close at hand for over half a cer of the county and city i In

and Mrs. J. N. 110111.oeth ....- school.In generally' known aa Tater Hill century. In 123, a modern any crisis. .

became treasurer.A a report,. year 1923, the Bluff, obviously not a formal City Hall and fire a"Uoa.WU. Organized, May. 24..1M1, the
club had a total of 373 tourists name. The people having built following. In 1n8 by a group Is ready and able to.take
motion was made and carried to visit their lounge above the learned that Uncle Sam was modified Beet white way Uncle part in MUCaM. for lost bunterv -

to name all present aacharter old Boston Store. And a petition contemplating establishing a Sam In 137 built a stately ftonermen'>_. ..chlldftn. .to
and the following
members was made to the CityCouncil pot epics for the village. submitted Post Office and the city developed Join In the Chase for any criminal
names were 'In that to purchase. a 44-acre the name "Arcadia' a first claaa. ..w.ta'tt.** ,.or In time of disaster to
group: Mrs UUa Smith. Mr*. tract of land on Pease River the U. S. Post Office Department. During the latter part ot 1MO. aid IS* public in any way they
J. Mr. U J
Harvey Smith.
near the Hickory Street bridge This was during President the deployment of an artiflflcial are commanded. It la good "in
... Mrs.. Hugh Jones. Mrs..
aa a place for a future park. Cleveland' first administration lake, park and picnic surance" for law enforcement
It. L."CUW K. Arthur.Mrs. .
The council put the request and David S. William ground near. the water week officer, limited In number
W. Mrs. F. W
C Appllac.
under advisement ef the finance was a.*P 4nted Cke first postmaater. was begun. The lake ute wa due to 1 limited county fund,
Jone Mrs. W It. Steward Mrs..
*. committee. In the spring of !.*.. transformed from an eye sore to knew that behind their small
hires Mos...... Mrs. 3 J. Siam
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moss Mrs Delia Robertson \he. Ftorl&a' Sou&ero "Railway Into f beautiful lake park.Sponsored group they have on tap this reserve -

t Mr*. D. L. Clark Mrs. 0. H. In the history of the club Company, completed Its branch by the Arcadia G.LaU manpower.
.; \ Parker Mrs. George Whit.a.r .- over. the year there KM hardly from Bartow to tee Charlotte den Oub It wa named Officer ef the Sheriff Poss.

,<..... ,. hurst. Mr. W. F. MUeU.. Mrs.. been a W'OC'tbw.1M the Harbor area and established a Catherine la honor of Mrs. are President Moye. Secretaryand
W. M.. Platt Mr*. R. T. DOM women have nut Investigated or station at Arcadia GrandpaOaikhae Kate Welled who bad sc muchto :Treasurer Fred Grady and
at least taken pert ... In the and hi do with 'It. and who had
Mr*. Rupert Smith. Mr*. TurnJence *) family came Vice Prsakktrt Durwoed Smith.
Mr*. 1C U. King. Mr. Public Library' today you will to Arcadia by railroad ratherthan made It possible in the antpaac. Charter member te the group
J. L. Livingston. Mrs. W. IVLeitner find ao many of the book by the me.be .-. hers or ... > .. Include the above and Pat
Mrs. Netlto BrownCrabUI. till carry the stamp of the earl aa \ pioneers had den A new era k amusement occurred K;.By. Quitmen Drown CharlieUBi

. w Mr*. L* J. Rnbbu*.. Woman1 Chub and the before him. By this Ume U woe Party. to 1"1..r whoa a Lloyd HeMeav. Paul Mengasees7 -
Mr*. J. N. llolttagwwocih. Mrs.CstreBa plo s..I club house en that evident that Arcadia was growing ..-.. modern B ester replacedtea Bob ....... K. B. S epiieai -
V. SAcrrttU Mr*. Laura tract on Pence River a* preoC up and that a aMHOdp4 Cd Star. Theater. A very *. Walter. ......-r. Buck
C. Hates Mr. Sue MrGangt. of the club untirtnc effort far type ., ai+ < rnmasrt should. be keipertant l* p *viaint to the Sullivan J. 'K. Oomkry. Oak
Mr*.. dyd A. ...d.. Oars Jake .lie. own mprevmeait, .. well formed and ao on December .. city owmrted during Mayor rintisisnis. ITBteai lt.berts.Oehona .
..'crty and ......tr.; .*... Arcadia became an lay Cbestertimem Smith's ...........' ABnI and B ..,...
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mother of invention,it Is often. building. already ,erected and.,..,
the mother of -organisation.ArW except for the finishing& touches ....
:,that .to how the Nocatee, ,b.a building the entire community \ ... .
Clriflj CJub} cam, Into being.. may welt be proud jp f" m ,
BaVk: in 1MH the people of, Charles; .MeSmlth heeds fiIIi 't. "Ai .
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Ndeateer. .feH ,they need of; a ,
new organisation' prealdenfand
chMe renter and after the Par
.n .">ti ehee'a. .Association 'f.Htht : hefctncl,him are the C (
ter member W.. L" 'W .. t twe.
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To* ....- a* building- we*- too- "Pet.BI'OCftU..?Mr: fi+aMR .
much for them the men took
Mrs. Paul Montgomery and
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Proctor.
They secured a five-acre Grady No history of DeSoto County -: ed a commission from hla.f kato

tract. on U.S. IT donatedby The new' Civic Club build- would be complete withouta ship hla body "back "Irtme.li ..
\t\9 Welles family and ing la to the Noratee Club a
glimpse of aome of the "char -quandrybecausr the
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railing. campaign to get a community can do working together acter*" whoee name can. even parents had enclosed fifty dollars
building started. Today they. President NeSmith aaid. until today bring a 'twinkle as his 'commission and
to the eye and a smile to. the It was a Ions time until pay
llpa day. Bones his usual manner

One such character.. waa .argued .Wei matter over with
.boneeMUelle.. a hootin'. himself.. Nod\ ; >neaa by where
tcotln cowboy philosopher the boy was buried was a.*o
The Heart Of The who* middle name was tun berried an old Florida exacke.
and whose antic are remembered who always wanted to travel
when oUttime tales are and Just never cot around to

Peace River ValleyBy told.Everyone U familiar with It.Naturally Bones seat the

the "casket wttth- DorMs old Cracker on the journey
pulled in order to keep his. Instead of the boy, and so

.: READ It HARDING were the KU lmmee Fortlasstnger word to a lonely boy but torepeat somewhere, an old Florida
U .Is to keep It alive.' Cracker lies In a stately grave
A great deal of Irritation' and and Lake Okeecho- '
Seems Bone met a young fellow he never creamed of. and a nis- T u,
unrest In the western portion of :see. north on a line two miles who had run away from ILusJoned boy sleeps In the
manatee County arose among eyond Bowling Green; on the home and wbo repeatedly told leafiness: be wanted to> Cad.
the people In the ICM'a. They .*cl. Pine Level and Castalla; ttonea he never wanted to so Another tale they till of s. ,.,.. t.-... prayed
were Irked. The county site had touhwest. Grove City and Pla- back ataln. tlonea toil him h* Bones U the liMIt be attended fc wub: fervor. he was gulping
been In the Interior at line L- ..kIa. and on tke south the .. .t.. It tnmm "camp meeting after a
.rwMi. to. aeu '' ha.e cir.u<.h.. of the waterS
vet' for over and :alouhatcheo River. This. '
twenty years was nuns nod hones ref 9 vOorda want on the town. TUeM. hot.
during all that time,, to visit the jn area approximately' |he slMif 'tun over and thirst,. Bone Qx.tK1
place frog the west and many ) the State of Rood Island. jculunt: see aayj i*>g there -> treaty of the fates starlet -
Utn.s 'i WAS Imperative, the Pine Level was designatedthe a but the bi.. cool pitcher af arc the type that cas"t-: be
people had to trawl over poor county site of the newly ). Norate. Calvinla. water on lh..pulpit. It nearly ,printed but one other, that
toaatt endure Initiation en route. created County ot DeSoto until Grow City, Avon Park. Shell rove him atad With thirst >hcw the bmorUt clearly
and eometimca encounter Unmenre such time that a permanentone < So when the preacher tailed U the day the Judre fined
flooded area coat.uaity. .. ham: twenty dollars for walking -
conks be aciected. for those. 'who. wanted to be
During April of I 1M7. the people Indicative of a growing. area Manic of ..... ommunitte ,prayed for" to kneel at the into the courtroom with his.
of the several precinct of a. judged In the 1SW. there no longer exist and only three. altar, Bone was the f.nU And hat oo.
Manatee Couaty. among which was a shower of U S. post remain la which U. S. poet Bone calmly took two twenty
pa-IC"'C. were loath and Reaty. > office established throughout IIM** ate mauttalnedl U| prevent -- OH! of his pocket placed
Long: Creek. WaMron. Cook J e but Manatee* County, eoectalty day De&eto County. names easy reach af all parts of ha them on the table and ..w:
and Easy Jcahua Creek. Daniel ) in that section which 1.7. Arcadia Kocatee. and fort country "YTwXer take forty auh.Vause .
and S. a:. Green assembled andtoted 04 came UeSo County. Folowlng r .1la It was a peculiar aituaUoabetween I walked .in heap with
to "uv;do the county. This the older town of Pine a little more. than a year two cooperating: railroad with my bat .... and rm goana .
*P vJ the way for Manatee Level, Charlotte Harbor. Fort before the tint county dlvUtun. cvcnpaniee, wberety the walk out the anne way."
Cowntians to establish a new Chen: and Popish with et.- the moat Important event Florida Southern RailwayGempaay rcnes was not .....!c1IOa8o
....., ....n'7..toe la a mere Cttnvenl bttthe4 poet raises since the la the history o4 the peace bails their toe souUx nor wvear lie a ew...r. carried
q. nl art_ Th* legislative action litft'a th ,re wore ,pat attire River Valley during tae wine. from GataevGD to terminateat a gun when it was standardoclulpesent
.. div da5 Manxtee County,and tacilltiea placed bi oth.-r comMtuAltMs. tee lh sentry was the e.. Pe.abertaf'a Ferry CCrodna) eat the. pralrteu Hawae
creettni a new county tamed In the order na.-wecf. tension off the first railroad In Demands County sad by a big ...... laucbiaui snap.
DvSeUk was approved May. 13. b..tiaokwith; tenet Green tn from partew. through Arcadia agreement. the?' South Florida and ,Its[ saLt he '"l' net tickled
Jut ey KuwjuM A. Perry, thefowrttenth ISO,, then D.*Moa Liver: to Charlotte. liar...... At lUUraad Company tMh'.h'aiIo-' lofts M death.-
roverner of the peal Slepben, Ar a4Xl. CataUa. the Cane the raOread was there III Bartew. It was then Far a long time- his! body
State at<< Flat Me, This wa Owens.. Clevelaad.latr tnglsh., A tef1ca'. meat tframatte Ise.duatry. that 1M Florida Southern .- Hy. In an unmarked': wave an
o m rg 'thr early act under Flae < renamed W itw eta,. This rsaeead'.rootU vats took, ua the .... Srptn the prairie be ......... but later
I M." View C'aftdttatMe of 13tH. XI >I':". (Later tHutna d z.u.'I. alter U e face af De&ot County 1SS3, and bum Ute roaJ friends, remembenng. had n
: Tb* yrnera.1 boundrtea of ., rovm U: UM later" reearmed and things 8U. ahead tame: south from Bactow U-- H moved to the ....... Crook
':I JM new ""*Mtt4 on the east wUoi 0.....,> 'sattnmeeV.,. eestesbie area la Sane ttihwa ttaaila+r.d CIa paces: ) .C."...:*' and a storey evectwd.r .

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_By HUGH G. JONES be known as INTERMEDIATED b k 1 T 7fi 6 .
An attempt has been mad the seventh and 0.a ;
$ 01 W t 1f9Mfat ,+
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to erroneously cast doubt over ih-h: grades shall ba Vnowaa u ? t

the fact that the Class of AJD GRAM1 .\. .,GRADES, tbe,
1905 piss the first class to ninth and tenth' grades. shill
graduate from DeSoto County be known, as JUNIOR.

High School.' At first If was SCHOOL GJ HADES. and th w. y
done by the honest error of eleventh and' (w J.'th grades
.one who' did not know the shall be known as SENIOR
facts. When) corrected that one HIGH SCHOOL CRAD I.-

then graciously plead "I lgnorr That law of A.D. 1903 became
and ,h" and acceptedthe ,
anc 7OU 19Ot
effective "Mty 29,
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truth-; In' Jocular genteel tUbe
and specified ;the coarse
good spirit. taught in each'of said gradeor
But 'others got behind the classes of grade.

spokesman' and apparently When' that '1903 law went in.
turned, all his. gentility into a .t. safest': our school wast.iSoto ArAMft

beliC.unat.ezo.thoutht that County Junior Nisi
effected hi!* first graceful: submission '
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to tht truth.
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THE LAW
A. D. IBM
Chapter :3203 of the Acts of
'But (t" A. 1>. 10 official
the FlorUa Legislature. Se*>
dent had no choice. By Soveriega F
lion of A. D. 103., Section 1,
Ma26th.
edict of
Legislative; y
said:. ,
1993, It was neeessan
THE UNIFORM: SYSTEM OF to add the llth and 12th grade
PUBLIC SCHOOLS SHALL to our.theretofore. 10 graces: .

PROVIDE FOR TVVXLVSCONSECUTIVE And our officials compiled wIth| 1 to ba considerate: ; and they not know the dltftrenc be. man Ills Inference Is that ours

YEARS= Os' the law. .. .>-.>-.*-..v re'<<-ded the wren a Senior IUh School: was not a Senior High School
INSTRUCTION and then
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and 12th grades in IGOt aid I: an.* br repeating the fait
dergardens. normal, collies !aa one ,.\Uftnan suicestvJ Out that Inference drawn
: and the first clanV.duDte I'
1805 wn claim: hat the Cass of 13O
and universities and such other (Every citizen Is presumed t* from his experience S years
from DeSoto Hl hS I' was not the first put out by
schools at might be designed knew and those of. after graduation, dor ..M r**
;hoof on May 26. 1003. DeSoto County lush Sh4al., the Uw;,
the
or established by The most dlnltied o her way. fUials actually: knew. said law peal the law of 1903 n\r
their .L.n-j
Legislature. I know 10 prove that It wasD1WSOTO They, With error.upn because they mp'ievl with chance: the fact th* school of*
Section: 2 saidi- COUNTY ,HIGH 1 f..rosy and utt: table U. despite (ha fact that through .'._-.* complied with that .law
"Each school year of Instruction SCHOOL and the year that t I> opinions and conclusions the years and< up ta IPOJ the In tot and added grad a It
shall be designated as* first class was fr.duatrd'wa.<,1 Nc:ther their II'IIf1r.estar": sat ot tvx< was a H .7rade.: Junior amt IX aa required of them by
grade: and not ofrictal course' A.D. 1909 Is to give you at t i caJltl facts nor their (wa.hu1J: Hlh School). (3) One belov- that law and graduated our
of.study hall recornUe 'less this point a picture of my die. conclus'ons (1)) can repeal taU eu Aeatleman. whoa state nest first claaa In 1K>V Most: folk.
than a school year of e ,ht p'oma. Here It Is-: law of 1903 nor stance he in your paper admits b* does :9 years. after graduation would
months of instruction as constituting For several years t hv 1.1S"rrr t: facts T rson ry known to meror not remember the facts but find It difficult U take an en-

** the.ork of a : p.oplefet by with this I> r?> gustily their Inferencethat depends on tn-eences. 44 years trance examination' to water a
grade. error because certain olrt r Pro*, r. C. Hudson and after graduation, said: that he ea I I.{. or university .r to
And Section 3 said-:: ( th-m com from among m 7, Messrra D. T. Carlton. CHlr- did hot Ihf lc h. graduated begin: where they were when
""TIMnnt two graces shill rnod. life.Ion* friends. I did!" nan of the Board of S "xl from OfSotA County' :SiNIORIIiOH they graduated. Aealn. th e

be known aa PRIMARY not want to embarrass them,,, Trustees<< and T J I GRADES: 'the third fourth Put CTtstn of them ftav*. apparently Secret ry" to that Board ware tier g..a..u.. on, he had to opacity of th* Individual

'fifth .and-sixth grades shall mistaken my attempl t t l a ire' oft: noramuses. _.* was_ .: : tfurt enter co'I.;e, as a sut&frfsh.: (Continued on page 3O-n)

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dual letter re' y :
for Arcvaui. and toTspec
OSoto County. the Chamber rep* t '
Ific Inquiries received.
Introduced. tb* annual tour POttUiC IMPRXVa>U3TS: .
lit welcome party. Spearheaded Hew nxuiatrie*. roa'tbridfe*. ;-; "
the drive which secured parka pubUe and cwte I uUd.Ul&.I. -
Christmas ll&ht Adaecora* commctCJl bulLtlacs, new
done for Arcadia bU6Inaa section anchor rewnua I..j. 10.04>>: thru
.Ue U. ItcJpeu secure IhCJ lli&hwayt resurfaced "
new street tights fur bm.aex and or new: V. S. No. IT', ria.Nw. '.
cciion of Arcadia. Helped. SJl-0-72-S; -1761-x760. 'f"
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cute the \VtNrnAn' oua house G.tJCA-lttlSO. Many mites oCArcaoia ..
..r L aa a meeting place for UM Artaia *- sheets rcauifaced.brtufti ,''
Tourist cmo. Heaped secure *. new and/or contract, ,
and retain for the county a Cri "
ea tar; i *ncul Brias on
boor Demonstration' acrat. Fla. 10. Vt. U&oen **"* River .
Supported the merger of the Criuc on *U. SJ81 I tor** ,
A.- "'- Hailroad Wiui the Sta Cre: er laa'id irr oa ..La. 1.1. <

... board KailroaJ. Supporiext lure t.I: .....Mo&.e on TI'a 70..- '-...
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or October I 1hJ. Hlped. .*. PARKS: Lake Katherine
curciOkM state bus trarupor Park. Newton Park. Zlb! King
UUoa. by' TTkilwaya Bus, Did Memorial! Park, ru Ogden.
Marker Fe"SittOfFkrt: : :Courthouse Ute preUnUnary work which.rrsrhee Lettuce Lake Park. DvSotoCouoty
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first' patient arrived at meant to try for It. and Frank Morgan, lot hold of the Senator from year 147 was out the first
.. -, a::'Pierc'q' Wood'Memorial Hoa- It WM 'alao known that the Thlagroup of fo-* tter .a nearby district Informed .patient began to arrive.4

:, .::..I:..t; 1 .. i'pital.-in ,late '>W7, but It took State Senator: who rcpreaeat- took,off for TaUanawaw.' metwith bin of their effort, took him Now a thriving Institution ,
visit to both Cartetrom .valued over SIS with
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1-.;..._.- r.. i!;;r! 1e and a half of smart eel thiaai.a wanted Avon Park, the o.--ar.-.d' niacabfatMt of and Don Fields and tot his over 1$00.,patients at the two1
A"J .: .l 1vbbyis. on the part of to get'rthe' institution,. and hwa .. aad.lafr9rn.dtthaot; h'd.. for support In their. filed and a mllUon-and.a halt .r<<
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--. .I : t4 : here. inirtallatlona Hwwtbiit voirtd.b for new construction
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.. -* 1. quickly aiaii. .ilail_tomes ass O. Pierce Wood aa the city
'mssi. .' ..: ;; ...;'',At ,the"--close of-World War *. eSo4o Chamber of an Institution.7'a" }WIlt .the bill drawn up he'dge't' fathers foresaw furnishes employment

..... : 1_JM:Tw k't Wba% ( LaJz._fora tevtal""'"ConMnerc named m cotannlU ,. It'.introduced Speer and in Stonebrafcef'wera the 1M7.acaaion. and good paI

s. -1 ......' \.-:' aVCkrfttron'. And Doeyieds to gct'to' work 'andae,:'wbat lAeTepessrstl'qr.Bo&cJ !!. + elected to P to Tale hundred of DeSoto Countypeople. 'a .
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.. .,adds in favor of 1omtft- the'' to. 'MIl .u.o- ...Held assistant te the
. : :. '..-, -* Curh-av ihaoye 'would otceaarceDeSoto > tn MrUy. cot an help to balance 'the
J.;. :.....: -t Ccb it lI iD Conn4'taatttnnon at UN' .twi.fJeldaa-j!tae nee as a. Arras'd'. aeei '.Attorney Oamral office too County economy.Named H
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j v. \..' .- -. ooIIIf: Stat >Mental InrUtvtiona.uinail honor off a .l forth 11ori4. .It.
:.:.:.- .its v.\.ergotta their-beads- ether:-r...,..n: .r .tityrs+a.cs+der 'P'P.-........ -s> .baiy a1= .-.-. the bin-over to UMlor stateemaa,O. Pierce Wood wa*
.;;'li.-'l ; _. )no'wn'_ that the State wa .Speer.'Qecrg.V *leeebradoar. : : WJ"'bride Cal:1he: taana 41.w. Ntar. ....... who.had, agreed toM ,... many yean a resident .. I

' S ..i -4;*'_-. V *40etai.. tot_open Ti mental inatltu CncatarfifM+ Smith; al+TTTsloat. t.'With'the. ,gt in. this area. Th an.rnori4l.! In .
.n.WM passed by an over- his honor, is a fitting tribute .A
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Early In 1937 the DeSoto 330,000 head of cattle, and over 1 railroad: dlttsnc otT*-m::1.*. wa not until the years ua fee n built in 1834 and en-
Chamber. ,.. of Commerce began: 21,003 h.aet-of hogs. Th:a Chirlotre Harbor Divl-. 1892 to 1893 that the. original --,.,cu. .ici in>prtv.. Investigating, the possibilities In a brochure Ion pf.. th} Florida Southern narrow(' guase. ot-theCbsrao.e ...*..- -11| n>i4, In August
;. of sUNUhlnc a,Unatodl. mar preparedby Rtltway Company. It Vra' *<, ItlUb.- U.V.a.Qrl oi the SiosioaSouhsri ll, th,*.not ryj precincts-were
ket la Arcadia as a central the Cot C tha'trade: area wat cal.eJ: was completed March< : : Was .chlolf..e.I w _._......_ HUM .he supervisor
w ablppill.; ,point servicing: a ..v- designated as taking .In; parts of INS with ar, arrow guage tfanuard.Jhe .. r< >s..a..on. \\. C. Mayinan.
.., enty-live,,mile trade, area that, Collier and Polk Countiesand rack ,connecting,the numerous government of. DeSoto .,;. .A. ...-. 'w* -iom the
.ry was the heart of the cattle all of Manatee DeSoUv small;y .tlemeaU alone Its route County aa such began with the .J.h .u .ha 22nd &.)7: LyOciojet -
; IndustryHeidlnt.theBoard Sarasota,. Charlotte O 1 a d e svrlendry : from' Bartow through... Home meeting; of 1U county commissioner fae .....:a1 regxtr&tion.
tt 01'dJrec- Hardee and Okeecho- land. Fort"" Meade Bowling: at the lint session held Thep ecjnls' 3re! ;::Fort
7i+ tot on the Chamber of ,ComH bee eountlee Jr recommended Greeri'Vlauchula; .Zollo Springs. In 'the;; county court house at- :3n.cn,! Karlsuff renamed TCiv.Jlsh. : .
mere war. SumterLeltner as- that. the are was. Ideal foe-.Charge Apopka. Aroeuila, Noe- Pine Level on the-18th of July then Wsuchulal, ,' Coker
Z president and.Ai J; Dunham as stock raising and 'fer,poultry atee Fort Ogden Cleveland 17. six weeks. following the Ine Level. Charlotte Harbor.
vice president and on the and noted that many- cattlemen and finally Punta Gorda. The county's. creation. 'as an off Grove City Fort OfC iv'Arcadia .
board were earn ether go- ,since 'Uhe eradication published tleie-labl 'ef July> shoot of Manatee County.. ,. IxxdcUr, Popa::v T I a h- ;
getters.namely:' It, O. Bar*- fight. ; against ticks were beginning 1. 1884 ,showa. that the, trains Present at this'faceting were, ...sting Creek' and Fort Bufavjer. .
hill J. W. Brewer H.: U Bu- to Introduce Brahama, were scheduled to make the Marion O. Carlton who acted .
ton. J. O.' Carr L.: W. Keen. and' other heavy beef bulls to.., one-way trip from .Brtow to_ ... tftJUHl'N:7.: chairman.. .ter. The establishment of the
& C. J:. McCormlck. W. A. Neal. ,build up the Florida stock cattle Punta Gerda. In tour and three Brown.. Thomas O. Parker and railroad! proved'-u be the -
N. ItIL Beev*. A% I. n..' and and that Improved pastures! quarter hour S. T. Lanford.'It appearthat death kjnell of the'l6w'res.end
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J E. C. Welled chairman of In.. 'I..-. DeSoto, County .die railroad passenger' commissioner" since1 he Was present Valscy Wand from the 4 !j
pe the Invetigt4nc. | nrouet' .e.4l-!..tlut.'u .A.ahertsothenon. "ana!1 freigttt depot., constructed. at the next meeting' ,;inAuru raCroad. As. time went on, It ,. Ii
,mated thet,In. a )$-mO.) radius. and' the Slste: backed the In June ISM was rp acd la .t. we evt ent that Ptae ,Level
;. there would be ,approximately (Continued page.41-B 19 U tor the bride structure D.Soto County Inherited 1U (ConU:ue4 on rise 29-B) '"

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: Apartments, Florida Pow NEW SERVICE STATIONS:
: .l e'. Pure Oil, KJnney's West
Light Co.. Frank CUne
Oai Street Shell. King But
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Gene's Restaurant
Kail's Standard Service Shamrock
Naval StoreCompany,
Brothers Garage Bld(.. .
:' Koch's Polk Ave Build PUBLIC BUILDINGS: City-
KwJi-Chen, Coin Laund- County-State-National. Fir
.. Lewis Dental Building Station Public School additions
"'j' t M Motel Mattlson Motors, Highway Patrol Station.
Point Drive-In Sam G. Pierce Wood )Memorial 1-'
Seven Eleven Store pital additions" Plant Material"
Center : <;" --
Blub Company The Bull- ?
Tlnsleys J. 0. A. Store. PUBLIC FACILITIES new
Realty office WAPG and/or improved Arcadia Golf
Station 'Waters Motel. Course. Arcadia Airport. Arcadia
.Grocery Wynn-Brant- Street markers sidewalk
.. benches. Shuffle Board courts
!: : a n d/or.:ad. 'New Water Tank additional
*, Albritton Motors Area- sewer and ,water installations .' y
Building ArcadU' Omg: .Sewage .Treatment Plant.
." Arcadia: House .Apart.: CIVIC. SEIt VICE. SOCIAL
Baptist Church: .Center Recreational facilities: new
Co. K Building Supply! Com a n d/or ,remodeled. Arcadia:
DeSoto. Abstract ,Build- Garden Center.. Arcadia Wo-'
Canning Co.. De- man's Club House B.PO.; Elks
i > Chemical Co.. DeSoto Na- Building DeSoto County Fair: t
Bank. Evengeline Motor gruonds-and buildings. DeSoto of
So U 1 East Oak St. County Public. Library.. Feral'
,f$ I In County- Telephone fc ton* Rodeo Arena. Nocate
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.,.* are:. H. P. Brewe.r., Prank W. Cllne J. P.
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had become: inadequate for aide of the river attbat'taiat.Liverpool Arcadia: .was reported ,as -rM i Town Arcadia occured' right
*' oi! on the heels of the ofpond
,DeSoto County'* courthouse. and-Jlourees Landing :villagewith population tmiktlng..!
U the railroadwas the most not far from theNtll8Q"of :! .,,300 or more. The propostmaster I the .railroad ,along -t1..''' Peace
important event "In the nine- Peace River were also'shipping Arcadia's first ..> River 'Valley and following theh0
teenth century for the' Peace points. From the "Bluff' was David S. appointed,' w i creation of DeSoto County, attention -
River Valley as a 'whole then to Liverpool fend return took won officially post. was given during the
the election of Arcadia for .one full day for, Rauttrsonl'master of Arcadia Nov. 19,, next year to the selection of
steamboat. 1883. This is the most firm a permanent county site. It
the county site was the most w
important for Arcadia. When It became evident that date which can be found for was a foregone conclusion that
the settlement of Tater Hill the establishment of Arcadia's a settlement or a town along
Leading up to 1U selection Bluff growing' and post office and one year prior the railroad would be selected.:
was a post
the high bank on the east side division of Manatee County Zotfo made an offer to the
office was in order the more
of Peace River just south of formal and beautiful Arcadia had been a settlementof county commissioners for con
name,
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eastern
few hundred withno sideration site.
"Arcadia" suggested.In a people as a Eighty
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first concrete bridge at Arcadia
public facilities -or meansof acres of land were offered for
was used as a shipping September 1843. R. C. protection. On Monday night the site provided Drownvllle
point. This high bank, may be Hendry the postmaster at "Da Dec. 6. 1M, a meeting was was selected. A. W GllchrUt.
..rOWEN seen today. Harris Raulerson's vidson sponsored the establishment held by the registered voters who one day would become the
side-wheeled steamboat "The of a post office at of Manatee County residing twentieth governor of the
Peggie was used in the main Arcadia. The application signed within the limits proposed for State of Florida, offered $1.-
for shipping of potatoes and by him shows that the "of- the town to organize the 000.00 provided Nocatee was
.produce up and down the river fice" was situated in the north Town of Aicadla. Notice of selected. The most promisingoffer
from this bluff. Before the west quarter of Section 25, the selection of officers and Incorporation however as might have
railroads, the natural water- Township 37 south Range 24 proceedings of a been expected came from the
ways were the principle meansof east in the County of Manatee.It municipal type of governmentwas recently Incorporated town of
commercial travel. The. high was on the route from Davidson published in Fort Ogden's Arcadia. John W. WhMden.
r bluff was c.Uedrat... Hill to Fort Ogden the mail newspaper The Peninsula Gasette. Lewis II. Parker and W. E.
IL DISHONG Bluff. ,* which name stuck to being delivered once a week. the only 1 local newspaper Daniels gave bond of 93.0OO.OO
, the community which grad- The nearest railroad the South available at the time. to the county commissionersfor
Qualified voters selected the completion of a rourt
Captain John W. Whldden. J. house, provided Arcadia was
. D. Haygood and Thorns J. selected. Elections were held.
, Herndon as managers of elee and It took three trials; but

... ..1: tan Herndon was postmasterof finally on Nov. 6, U'. Arcadia ,
,t Arcadia at the time. D. F. received the necessary votes
t r Baldwin was elected the first Ut make It DeSotos county
mayor of the Town of Arcadia. site':

. Six aldermen were selected: There; was no time lost In'.
s J. -W. Bailey. F. M. Waldron. selecting temporary offices; for
j .W. IV Daniel E. C. Waldron. the operation of the county
W. II. lollingworth and C. O.Jonansen. overtime"".. 'and following
George II. AI tree the construction of a court*
was elected clerk and treasurer house. Arrangements were
; and 'C II. Benard. marshal made Immediately to transfer
and collector.It Use records equipment and
was some years later. that furniture from Pine Level to
.. the Florida State Legislature Arcadia and this by ox cart.
legalized the Incorporation of At first the second floor of
i the Town Arcadia, and de- a building on South DeSoto
v dared the Incorporation ordinance Avenue between West Oak
of the Town of Arcedla '- and Magnolia Streets, opposite
valid and In full force the west side of the railroad
i and affect May 11, I.". (Continued on page >0.n)
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: Arcadia Growth ( freight platform was used. On (Continued. page 23-Bf .mite the standing pf ,-tll4 class
.' '1954'Thru,1963 the' ground floor Joshua MI- "Early In 1888. the .Arcadia would be involved after 5 of .100?' 1# U (could, be ,proved
ti zell operated a general store Phosphate Company commenced years. out of school But nope that
it graduated ,from n Junior
and next to him Thomas J. of that repealed said law of
(Continued on page 28-B) Herndon. Arcadia' second mining pebble phosphatefrom 1903 or changed the fact we High Schol InosUad of af..lIfledl
Urn Temple. V r W Post postmaster, conducted the post the bank and bars of had a Senior High School In ,,llome.. Little League Ball diamond. office. Peace River.. The raw material ,1904 and 1905. ,and .required ;.In the
;' ,:. On Dec. 12. 1888. The boardof was loaded on barges and I cannot see why any other; law above quoted. J do not
: 'RESIDENTIAL: Agricultural county commissioners: ap- towed to Charlotte Harbor for graduating class or any member understand ,the unworthy" -spirit
if 1, industrial Development, propriated 3000.00 In addition shipment. Many mining companies thereof or anybody should and unholy purpose' pf any
and Subdivisions Ambra Kay to the 3000.00 privately became operative. T. J wish to detract from the prestige one who would Intentionally
.i Terrace Arcadia Groves, donated for the construction Moorland was the first operatorof of the Class of 1903. The attempt" to" impair the dignity
Camplln Farm It Grove, De of a courthouse It was a case a phosphate mine to make an fact that the Class of 1903 was" of the 'standing of the; Classof
.. Soto Grove. PeSoto Acres, of "matching: funds' so common o u t-of-state phosphate ship the first Senior High School'class 19OSj ,especially_ ,when it
Kller's Acre. Eller-Turner In the transaction 'of government ment. 'Ten carloads of pebble put out by. our school would not ,add to or,substract
Estate. Gene' Little Acres, business today.. phosphate were shipped In does- not decrease the prestige from the prestige or gtory of
.. 'Harlem Height. Lettuce- Lake An agreement was made with May 1888 to an Atlanta fertl- of any other graduating class' any other .person or'_class to
,- Estate, North Arcadia Heights Peyton! R. Read for the actual (Continued on page 31-BX) but It certainly would mini. d !': Orange Height; Peace River construction: of the courthouse
.; Acre, Peace River Industrial at a total cost of O.OOOOO.. on
":, . Park, Peace Valley Groves. the lot occupied by the present
Lt- /, Royal Howard Estates Royal courthouse. The courthouse
"".. Park Estates, Sunland Acres was accepted by the county
Sunny Breeze Harbor. Sun building committee: releasing
>. Valley Groves and Ranch..TownNCountry t the, contractor, on June ft, A t f
;' Estates, 1889.
:. Wellswood. /-cres. In only seven months from
SIGNS 0 r PROGRESS: the time Arcadia was selected(
: (County Wide) ,Auto Drivers as the county site, a 'sizeable
.. new courthouse) was in use
License: : 1993 4.3IS 1963 -
.r quit appreciate for that day.
C.., ?:B.832 plus. Automobile Truck.
I Trailer Tag: 1833: 3.727 It was at about this time that
a 903 B.038 an Important industry had its
start along the Peace River
UTILITIES: T.- Electricity, Valley, and today, Florida leadsthe
Telephone, City Water;: FlorJ nation in the output of the
e Power & Light Co. Users: phosphates.
.; 1933 2,439: 1943 3.873. Inter
Beginning in the southern
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part of the valley pebble phosphate
.. 1933 1,403; 1903 3,520. New was mined from the
City water Installed
meters
: river bed south of Arcadia at
since 1933 In Arcadia: 730 me. "
to__i. Hull between Nocatee and / J.<
:N Fort Ogden and progressed ad'v.r-i. s

; VARIOUS POPULATION northward. Mining was finally -
I. STATISTICS: Wood Memorial changed to surface minIng :
Hospital ,patients: 1931: of phosphate at the headOf ** |
sal:. 1W3, ., 1,873. ResldenUl Peace River Valley
...birth OeSoto County: 1931 Captain ,J. Farad Le aron.
., through 1903 -. ,,2.523. Besldentlal a U. 8. Army topographical engineer -
.. ,death DeSoto County surveying ,In this ,area
W, 1931 through .1903 -. 1407. discovered pebble phosphate '- ......;.Yr p'.7 s'"s.41/f.1.'''.' s. ... .. wwri, "" .. .. ,. .
; ,School Enrollment. DeSoto In Peace River. In 1881. This
t County 1933 1.010; 19C3 -. .la probably the earliest date When Arced istHad 'Horsecors ..
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ship: 19J3 137; ItU :223.
(Cont.naed from pa!::e 30-5) ness. tury. easily assessed in smaller Population DeSoto County:
liter works, us ttaorse \(. a.u.Imng the new courthouse.a : ',&ne exclamation "Thee Eel I counties the 'officers of the 1940 7.793: 1V&0 9442; 1'40
Scott Manu- during Company *v.tla was.it as simpleas Eel" by an inspecting French I, county: more accessible to the 11,033.; 1IM3 144SO est. Cityof
that. V auchula in the via official: selecting people, there would be greater
The pebbt: phosphate com- meantime military or Arcadia: 1940 ".I)"; 195O
public .Oscjntmueu river mining prase:n.d: petition callIng air fields during WorldWar representation in the legslature 4.74.
; 1900 9.88U; 1963 -
dta: : th_ more prouuc-: for an election to move I. made the present situation and the Interests and economyof 1,250 et- ...r
Live si. l"c.s mining up the val the courthouse site from Ar- possible This aviation the several areas differed
ley, lt-s:ng behind them. in the cadia to 4 ono Springs and of expert visualized the big from each other. The cattleman FINANCIALDeSoto Na-
river, sunken rolling frame course build the new court- prairie" as a natural landing ao-.ct.. ana pollutions tional bank Resource.1933..
of their useless barges. house there. field for the Draining planesof were "picked on" as opposing 94.I99.4U. 1903 $7,8 OJlU.:.'
When the Town of Arcadia Coals of bitterenss were add- that day. Ir was during 1917 division. Assets: IU8. 9712.77m IvtfJ; .
boasted of a population of COO ed to the flame of county: di- and early 191 a that CarUtrom With hard feelings expressed tat Federal DeSoto County:
J>*upU, ly '&_.. ..-_ ..' h'h- .,---0 waiut" owe aay was to and Dorr Fields were established .. among themselves.- It was 94.219471: Postal' Receipts:
oisirict compose.. o* n>+..> uap&iiujed. create five cuunUes out of one. and many military probably best that the dlvslon Aixaixa: 1920:! $30.13lJ.10.; HW3
woo ven. non aescirpt Ina elecuca was held: Nov. aviators were trained for service occurred.At' 94:),03403. Nocatee: ItfM .
buildings waxen .M w.u..4 14, toil era,-. Arcadia: won by during the war and for the session of the legislature 92.49tf.76. 19 U ......I..d. Ft.
and fr.uay su**.*. j le"..l..UWJ! .poj uUL ':Kriiy. Ihe newCcuslhdtfee the following pc. -Ume. ser of 1921.: county divisionwas Ogden 181 91.39441. 1903 *
was stiu&a& to aboi**** toe Wooa be built In vice. approved and the date of $2.311.24. County Total: 18'd.
Town ul fircactM: aa. w....uli-.. Arcaaia.1h Dorr Field was. situated east the creation of the new counties : $$9442841. 19 3 99S.78I47.
orl'.nu.Ii" r""...i..ate:. the contract: wag let Jan. 22. of Arcadia, eleven miles out on of Ilardee. Charlotte SALES
City of A7;....... 1014& and the cornet.'WIaKle Stats Road "0, and CarUtrom Glades and Highlands was TAX: Collections.
DeSoto County 1933) 3.2.8O
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William, S. Jennlags.. the;' t'riday. MAX tAs ITlh. There Field, nine miles southeast of April 23,' 1921. $.00 19 3 .
Arcadia out on State Road 31, Today, ,the people Ofh.. ; 6142,413.10.Dt1'ILDYNG
eighteenth,,*ov rix>r of ;t It e was quite a celebration and
State of 1"10rida. approved the the Masonic Order, Order of These fields were discontinued five counties which originally ,CONSTHUC.T1ON .
charter of the City of IAn .asteanStar, Knights of Pithas. and dismantled Jn 123. comprised that of DeSoto area peg stiits.: City of ArcadiaIn
dia. May %e, 1901. The first : Independent Order of Odd During World War II. again friendly lot >nd all bitter dollar. Dollar total for
mayor of the city was John Fellows, and the Woodmen of Carstrom and Dorr Fields were. ness, which may have formerly building permits Issued by the
Z.; Jones, ,whose, name frequently the World were. all Invited te activated for training 'of'Urifc- existed.. now forgotten along City of Arcadia from 194319 -
,appears in the minute, of participate. A year later on Job and American''.cadets. Out the Peace River Valley. 3: 96.43O.042 la that period

the.meetings of the. city couocU : May 0. IJU...uron report o( this time the buildings were of. 1939 had the largest total $1.-
.the Inspector.( F. H.' Wililares. 'a semi-permanent type ;some 48A493.OO The year I 1903 had
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As yhe. importance of DeSoto*'the''county: ::?aornnUastoaers .tt.'rtdaBy which: buildings are In ..s4lUday *LFV4stoek smallest total; "9 39.33 1. o. TAS
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County HcYeiuebV the "Wh1te.* ""acft! >hMt "Uae bwildlDg.as _: by the hospital no figures for construction out
frame ,' courthouse trimmed In ,completco according to the The two airfields were obtained aide the corporate limits of the
red. became less and leta ''Ade ''contract. by the state from the (Continued fl'Onll'IM'. 2$-B) City of Arcadia are available.

quate. By 1911. something; had The ,neW courthouse 'waa 'a Federal government and after' building '0: li e market 'north It would be safe to assume that
to 'bel{done about It.The pleasant surprise ,1 er all "who.saw a bit of -..nDOY.Uoa.be, 'first of town 'at a 'cost of 23000., the total ,dollar value ofatl'Uet1on'lft cog*.
board of county' comsnls-',.. .it 'for the./Jrst time. It Is group of 34 patients arrived J. D. Kelly wa named manager. the county outside
stoners composed or. 'Vf. UItotJtesC >*Uitelyt .. Charles W; Peareei .beauty and 'well te :: ..ends with an ,* ,JustUylag the belief for,.jlhe, sam period would
w. J< WID at.. U. W. White, keeping with the courthouses: ''event, which eccured: not tow of the 'tar-sigiv 'men whopushed total at least the same and In
hurst and E. B. Huohfby bedded of that -day. 2f aWl remains among long after 'World War I. and 'for buiUUng 'the mar- 'all probability would be much
at the: meeting of June -the 'most-bel.uUtul.I I which had been brewing since keX"Irt* that '))erfOcI' the'"Market7 t:18......

the Sib to replace the court The utilisation.. Improvement the. IVOO's. handled \AJXMJ head of cattle In the City of \Arcadia during
house with what was then .and development ,of for- There was much dUsatlsfac- and each.,aale) averaged about ,
I& the above quoted.
considered a modern type:buUd.... :mer military flying fields, inhe .tloa, among the people 'la' the '.,,00. !The City period Issued constructionpermits

tag to, cost something ever > vicinity of Arcadia by the several areas of DeSoto County Today, the markrt is mx>.. for over 100 single
98O.OOO.CO.: O. Pierce Wood Memorial and its division was earnestly aged by Pat Kelly who has'been ".dwelling units.
The rote was not ? -:: mous. pital one of F1 rtcI.'* finest sort excepting by the there since about 1931.
the member from Wauchula. sanatoria for the careof?mea*.,people of the Arcadia area. Annually; about 2K.OOO cattle Sources of Information for
I* W. Whiteht rat. casting- a*tally UV paaevu. was the greatest '!here were* ,many' reasons go through the rwarket'on an 1.ver. the above facts and figureswere
negative vote and E. B. Huc&e- legislative......and ..economic 'advanced In'favor ef 'division.among .". ',keeping the "Arcadia the city, county a td state
by of Cleveland was absent .event affecting DcSoto Ceunty which 'werethe' huge area lop rattle country for i efflosa.. and from personal observation -
from the meeting due to 111-'during the present mid-cen sue ,of' DeSoto property more South central Florida.; I i -Mid experience.

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